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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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

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1O. No. 11. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, A.PI1IL 19, 1895. Price, 5c

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LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully -The -Mr. John Green of Sarno, was In : charge of the affairs of the Indian
Ponce de Lev* hotel, St Angns- Editor Wilson, of Cocoa, gave our

Lnd Topics of General Interest. S3f- Advertisements ( I. is closed.Mr. town yesterday.C office a short call yesterday: afternoon, River Steamboat Co. One of our local 0

page are ten cents per John I,. Jensen, of Jensen, was pt. and Mrs. T. E. Richards, of and Informed that the Public Spirit merchants, who WAS a creditor of, the

are continued from week town on Monday. Eden were it town Wednesday.Col. had suspended operations for the present company to the amount of several hundred
let1 and Oeneral Gossip In eonnertlonI otherwise ordered. dollars I Instructed his
tolirgln
attorneys
I Indian River and Luke Worth .H. any page but the first -Read what B. Irby ins to say upon n. L. Oitnldcn was In Eau: Oallte
suit for him and endeavor to collect
I tlonn during past week. Brief mention of ,i line each 1 inseition. Grass Crop," on our %nllage. on FiM.iy and Saturday List.Mr. : The Neutrality of the ltahama' ; -
| Intercotlng Events from Varlnns Parts his claim at onro. In this. ease, suit

at the World About People You Know TUB EAOI.E CIOTIIINO -C pt T. E. Richards, fIf Eden, was l. E. I. Brady's fine residence on Governor Sir W. Haynrs Smith, of the was Instituted a little before 10 a. m.
You Don't Know Picked a few hours last the river bank, in rapidly nearing! com
and People ADVOCATE block, on Saturtfay llaham.t= Islands, bas Issnod H neutrality\ on Monday. In lens than halfanhourafter

I np by Our Society Editor. leading; clothiers -Mr. A. S. Haiiih; : Is said to have pur- pletion. proclamation, warning the residents tho clerk of the county court wentto

Florida. Give them a an island near the Great Bahama= -Tlie local horse race on Saturday af- against Interference with Cuban! affairs.CareTaker the postollire\ for his null, and recolv-
ternoon will bo of considerable Interest i
WIIFRK to See t'l! a rl'tllltl'l'I'IIIHln't'1! containing an order

our 4th and stop.7th pages. -Mr. F. W. Lyman, who spends his to our hoys.Dr. Wanted. from Judge: J. I). llroomc npH| >lnt-

I G1A (' at Oeorglana, has left for Kan W. S. Graham expects to Irate lug Mr. R. It. Cable as receiver of the

1 TRILIIY stick pin at City, Mo. lIf-re. Monday or Tuesday next, on a Wanted for an orange grove and an mlhti River !Stramttoat\ ('.

--------- two weeks' trip to Uisrnyno B.iy.: eight acre sugar cane lii-M, on Indian Tho 1 exact tlmo when tho receiver may
ATI -The Canaveral club's steamer
IR L Q N BARGAIN* In summer re- -Miss Alrne Egger, who line been liver, a man and wife, with two or lit,'''<' ho considered as having assumed charge
Eagle Clothing Stole.DKU lunll'lllp on Xlelson's ways has adult sons arrnstompd to the above kind
and taken the of
----- housed in until next winter. spending several weeks with relatives at of work Send full particulars: to ('. II, I possession property

B Catu eRY > blanks lOc. each : La Grange, returned to town<< on Tues Walton, AI'VUl.'ATIo office, Tltiis\ille\ the Insolvent company Is an open ques
; esllrs. R. F. Hall and J. Tome Rey
the ADVOCATE day. r'l.i.; I tion. The order reikls that It shall take
R\DL office. ,(, have moved their law offices to effect at once, and that the receiver shall
Archdracon B. F. Brown will hold
WATCH, clock and north side of Hiitchinson avenue. 31 rs. McPatMcn N I'reo.News 'I fro deemed to IH In possession of said
divine norfee on Sunday next the 21st
Anthony Itros. -Mr. A. Btady, writing; us from .At property from the time of the entry of
R Inst., at Cocoa, at lOb a. m. ; and atMenltt ,
-Mf8 OCR prices are made :., Ga., says the peach, apple and at ;3Jtlp., m. to hand from Atlanta, says that .his ordor.Perhaps.

l ''I ijidiifa times. The Eagle trees are all covered with bloom In Mrs. M. E. McKadden I formerly of Mel It will l>o held that the entry

,,1 I I II section. Conductor Hey singer, who hail to louritv, who was, a few months ago of too order took place: when It WHSilgncd

I I 'prIt STOP at the City -Mrs. Canova, of Palatka, arrived In go to Philadelphia: owing to the deatli convicted on a charge: of forging cln> 'ks, by Judge llrooine, In DeLnnil ; ort
barbers. Razors of his mother Is now in his old place III free. :She released may bo helil that R. H. ('ahltlallllulIlI'll
was on Monday,
"" Saturday last, on a visit toher
receiver from the moment tho
I I H" charge as
the .
again on Flagler Railway.The
fJK Misses Stella and Hattle Hale, owing to the fact that the Supiriiw Older was received by the TEETH carefully Titusville. luilian River Steamboat Co.'s court reversed the sentence of the lower vlllu. The order further providestiat
L. Dodson. 50
cents steamer St. Augustine has been taken I ('011 ft. The primmer wall known as Mrs. the receiver shall take oath to perform
lice Hutcliiiiou
on -Mrs. Jones and little son, who have shall
his duties and
faithfully give a
off the ,
rim from Jnnn to Palm Bench, token.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Teahen, ?>t. bond of $10Ira(
BUY a pair of Sciieven's Lake Worth. She will be hid up at It would seem that the receiver could
returned home to Cocoa on
THE value of continuous advertisinglies (elastic seamed) at Tltusvillo.Mr. nut be 1 piopeily qualltled until he had
00 evening last. Alteration at tho Indian River
Only cents.
( la the fact that people get to believe ( co. M. Bobbins, who has been taken oath and given the J'l'lluln"llHnJ.|
L. Bar bot & Co. commission Hotel. to this there Is
; mer t'p wilting nothing on
I In the merits of an article whose name Is WE are offering good 1> I to DeLnnd anti Jacksonville a few days
tile In thecleik's office In Tltnsvlllo, tit
of New Orleans have beenell
I familiar even if they forget what its shoes. One trial is all this week, upon] matters connected with show that Mr. Cable bud taken oath and .
I Eagle Clothing Store. ,::- snap beans from Tropic, this week, Mr. Fred F. Taylor, of Rocklodgo, has
merits I land
really the
are. : Flagler Railway, returned to town given
$0 per crate. been in town this. week overlooking the
: yesterday. The appointment of the receiver was
FOR first class : ; -Mr. T. Howard Knight, of Mel- alterations now being made to his hott.I'1 made upon; the petition( of Timothy
rr The ADVOCATE may be had at call on J. A. is now studying medicine In the -Editor E. I). Oslln, of the Melbourne Ho will\ enlarge the office, make a new Murphy, Goo. E.: Chase and Arthur U.ehaII .

Dr. feereven's drug store and Mrs. EmmaEaton'l old stand, Titusville, } of /the of I Times, who has been on a trip to lavatory, do away with two rooms near \ paitneis under the firm name ofh.u.

| news stand, 5c. per copy. department University Atlanta, passed through here, Wednesday the kitchen and add the to the (> E: Chase A Co.' of Jacksonville
To LET, a fine brick South, Sewannee. Tenn. I spore the Moil'Ill-Stevens Engineering: / I '0.,
afternoon his home. He
-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three CATE block -Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Danaga, of on way dining-room; cut away the chimneys and nil the other ('creditors thou Indian
[ cents per week, postage Included, when cation, Possession reports Atlanta as being on the bloom and build them outside; remove the tlver StoitmboHt Co: Of course the

[ taken by the year. once. Apply to Pa., spent part of Tuesday and Messrs. J. O. and C. H. Walton have windmill and cistern, and place them attorneys who brought suit for the other
C. H. Walton in town. They were on rieillUns do not of the'I'ltullvilio
or represent any
sold one of their Eau: Gallle building lots, north of the hotel the hall the
-Mr. W. II. Hartley, one of Cocoa's Titusville.WE way to the home of Senator M. S. ; carry on meiclmnts. Die bill In the

wholesale fish merchants, was in town at St. Lucie. 60x100 ft., to Mr. Andrew St. Clalr, who second floor right through to the north case states that the steamboat company

Monday. are headquarters III building/ house upon It. The pur- end of the building; add more rooms I. Indebted to Timothy Murphy' for

ing! goods and -Mr. J. W. Sheffield, of Americus, chasing price was $200. and build a good I buth-room on that "::11<<1.11:1< : to Chase &; Co. for fi.Ml.07: : anti
-Mr. George Branning, of West Palm house on Indian ., who owns considerable land on the the; Moirill-Stevens Engineering, Co. for
Beach of in town -Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, of floor; put a supply of water and I bells that Its Indubtednessexeeeds
spent a couple days specialty of this line. Coast of Florida, was In town a day *1NJH.04;
the first of the week. Store. Ankona, having accompanied their two through the hotel; build lioat-house! $MO,, and that Its creditors are vorynuineious.
so thin week, on his way down the The bill further states that
for launch and rowboats ,
sons as far as Jacksonville, on their way a and make
-Mr, G. Marx, one of Jacksonville's unloss the of the petitioners! Is
We want other needed Inside and, prayer
MONET. to Vinton, Iowa, where they will enter Improvements
well-known fruit merchants spent from real estate -Mr. II. J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, ac The the KrllIt.lnUllltlrOUII suits will bo lnnne
returned home out. rooms In south mid north
college, on Wednesday: lately Instituted, and, that If the property'
Saturday until Tuesday in town. &free Sanders of all ,expenses Titusville to his nephew, H. T. Perrault, night. wings of the hotel will be fitted up for III sold under forced sale It will not

Miss Grace and Miss Abbie Wet- Beach, Florida.A RefonnaUoll"I. far as St. Augustine, Tuesday, en -Attention Is drawn to the advt. ofMadluck.t IuelltlMr.. Taylor-who has consider- bring! neatly enough to satisfy the
more, of Boston, were pleasant callerson to his home In Montreal, Can. Mr. Mattliams, West Palm Beach/'able energy and self-pride over his. pfUl"ertwill of that the tho various property rrelll torll.of the The steamboat bill prays

the ADVOCATE on Monday afternoon.Mr. NICE line of hair pin, Y. G. Bedford was also one of the party. Fla., on our 8th page. They have lots so Improve this hotel that, company' bu sold under decree of court,

John Carey, of Eau Gallic, hav buckles Bros., silver -Anthony Bros., the well known jew of fancy varieties of pineapple slips and after a time, It will hardly be recognized ands| |that the money lie distributed
thony the amongst Its creditors, according to tint
of Titusville, always have one of suckers for sale. as same building.
log accompanied some friends as far as priority and dignity; of their claims
neatest and most attractive show
Atlanta, returned home on Monday last. THE largest -In the horse race at New Market, -------- A notice of lion, as required by law,
ever brought to in town. As you pass the store tho 10th inst Mr. RichardCroker's letter: NuiMlaj In Tltuxtllle. was flied with County Clerk Stewart on
England, on ,
-Mr, Allie Martin, of Indianola, was Clothing Store. look at the way In which, everything Tuesday evening. This order, to take
horse Eau Gallic We
in town on Monday. He is now the sole arranged.Miss won. etToct, must be recorded.
proprietor of the Indianola bottling WE now have money to have not heard of any of Mr. Dwyer's Sunday was a delightfully warm and Kobhlns. A: Graham had begun suit for
works. suit an approved real Stella Hale, who has been on a horses being successful so far. charming day on Indian River, and nine Titusville throne on Monday and

Send in your of several months duration to her large congregations were present at the Tuesday. A notice of lien In all of
the election of officers held
-At
-We acknowledge, with many thanks, Graham Co. Mrs. E. J. Triay Jacksonville; andlrL by churches. As far as we can learn, only hose; cases was filed and recorded before
the Indian River Guard. in their armoryon the notice of the Jacksonville case. Incase
from Miss Lucy Bent Noel, of Kansas Canova, Palatka, returned home: two Tuesday night, Mr. John C. Jones It Is. held that the receiver cannot
City, Mo., "Reveries of a Bachelor; or a Wall Pal Saturday night last, after having was elected to the office of first lieutenant the Episcopal" and Roman Catholic St. jo duly iinalllleil' until he has given

Book of the Heart." a very enjoyable time while away. Gabriel's; Episcopal church was. well bdnd, thou TltUHVlllo cases will be held as
rice Mr. J. T. /Sanders, resigned.
Major ahd Lady Gwendolen Little, We have a large stock Quite a number of people assembled The office of second lieutenant will be picked with worshipers In the morning; creation having boon of the Instituted receivership.prior to These the

who have been and Lady wall paper on hand, ml the ladles, wearing their new, ornamental
visiting Capt. of which will be the north end of Titusville on Sunday filled by Mr. P. S. Titus. Mr. Elbert claims are for supplies, such groceries. ,

How, at Riviera,have left for their home dressing last, for the purpose of wit- Froscher was appointed orderly ser and .lllcturtll< in Raster bonnets and bats and drosses .rust local dealers who ('allII\ afford -
England.The CUAFFEE & Co. / nessing the baptism of a young lady by light our ,
geant. out In force. The altar chancel to lose any money In these hard
Ormond restaurant at the Rev. B. A. Geiger. The weather were ,
times will be successful" having their
-Mr. F. W. Been, contractor In con other'varta ,
the
lectern of church
Flagler station, was closed for the season lovely, and the water warm and and claims paid.
after dinner on Monday. Mr. and The New Process! (} nection with the Flagler Railway, spent were beautifully decorated with roses, If the Indian River Steamboat.

Mrs. a short while at Hotel Coquina this lilies and other choice flowers; also Ivy, cannot pay expenses during the winter
Tomlinson and Miss Alicia to
were and
Abbie Grace Wet-
-The Misses
week. It his first visit to Ormond. It would to to
was folly attempt
with season, seem
baker palms muss, etc., arranged good
leave A good ,
for the north this week.
who have been
of Boston, spend run the steamers during the ensuing
A record He told us that he was more than
taste by )[rl. II. F. Brown and Mr. and
-Miss Susie Brown, who has been A home maker ing several weeks In town with their pleased with the hotel and surrounding summer. It Is likely, therefore that
Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, to whom great thou which was In such
corporation,
teaching school at Mimi during the past 'Tls such a uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wet- country, and he now fully believes what credit Is due. /Several ladles In town flourishing condition some throe or four

inter, returned to City Point on Monday For The sale"New right ; left here Tuesday noon for St. be had read about the hotels and Or very kindly sent bouquets of flowers, rears ago, Is about to pass out of eatstence.

last Her many friends, no doubt, By Ray & Day Augustine, en route home. While here mond In the ADVOCATE. Mr. Beers while Mrs. Lund presented the church .
were glad to see her home again.Mr. Titusville, they made quite a number of friends, thinks the beach Is grand. R. B. Cable bas appointed all the oM
with two neat and artistic crosses to add officers to the same positions they held
it will be glad to see them In Titus
Buy
Jno. P. McCall resigned the management It, -Mrs. Walter R. Watson, daughter of to the decorations. under him as general manager of the
Try ,
of the Indian River hotel Mon And you wont again. Col. C. Hale, of North Titusville, was Archdeacon Brown gave a very excellent company. The appointments are s*

day and Mr. Voss, of the Lund house, -We frequently get letters from In- taken suddenly and seriously ill with sermon, appropriate to the day; and follows Menzles, J.general K. SUrke freight, auditor agent; James(i. U.

*u installed In hit place. Mr. John tending settlers and from down-river puerperal convulsions, early Saturday on the whole, the services were said to Ackerly, general passenger agent; W.

n Ppersett still holds the position ofcaahler Teachers' people, asking us to forward them the morning last, which necessitated the attendance be very Impressive and fine. A full D. Barnett, cashier, all of Jacksonville\ ;

and book-keeper much to the of our most prominent business of Drs. B. L. Wills\ B. R. Wilson choir was present, and the singing of A. W. Bule, superintendent Titusville.\

Pleasure of hit many friends. The examination of in town; but all we can do Is to ad. and Geo. W. Holmes. She was so the ladles-Mrs. It. W. Rhodes and Miss

-Mr. and Mr*. J. O. Walton and Ion tificates will be No.held In .. them to read the advertising col 111 at|one time that the doctors bad Alblna Egger-was extremely good especially I.ATKU. '\
Schoolhouse ( 2)),
Claude, who have been on a 18 days'Pleaiure o'clock May of the ADVOCATE, where they will some doubt as to her recovery. We are In the offertory anthem, "Christ A transcript of a lodgment from Duval

trip to various places along the 8:30 L m., file the advts. of our live and progressive however, pleased to note she has taken the Lord Is Risen to-day." Mrs. M. E. county for t4.274.00 and 1427.00 attorneys -

fast Coast, as far as Lake Worth, returned Applicants must who are bidding for the cus a turn for the better. Gruber, as usual, presided at the organ, foes was received last night In the'
superintendent a of the general public by advertising ease of time National Bank of Jackson.Ville
home on Monday. They report hav- of good moral have for sale.A -The Charleston News and Courier, and It Is said she quite excelled herself vs. the Indian River Steamboat

tag had a very enjoyable time while away, amination fee of one they of the 13th, says: "Mr. Pierre Ltiril- In playing so much difficult music on company.

and says Claude I* much Improved In with frightful fever rages on BIscayne lard's floating palace, the Caiman, Easter Sunday. This judgment was mad In Jacksonville

hearth! by the trip. Come provided Bay, seemingly contagious. Very few which Is on her way north from Jacksonville on the ltth Inst, and It looks as If
paper, and be the suit had been brought and Judgment
The results have
have
escaped. not
-Uarry Tuttle and J. E. Ingraham full days. Fla., became unmanageable) yesterday TUB INDIAN ItlVKIt 8TKAM.J10AT obtained In a few hoars. It seems that

al.'vd the former's launch, Fort Dallas, Jso. II. SAMS been serious, so far, but fears are enter- at St. Helena Sound, her rudder baring the steamboat company confessed judgment

Iet Miami last for West Co. tained. "A grave and learned doctor," been broken. Word was Immediately C03IPANYHa In this particular case.
Saturday Key
*r, Ingraham visiting on the bay, after a careful sent to the city, and Capt. Arthur -- Now If It could confess judgment oa
to confer with cern Its receiver
goes the 15th or 10th, what was
( +n diagnosis, pronounces It "'IM.. htiteliut Adair of the tug Douglass steamed Gone Into the Hands of ,
transportation authorities there, It Archdeacon B. F. << a doing to allow such a proceeding If lie

h itated, la response to an Invitation ex- delivering a series of .ulroatLbuiqve. At last accounts It was down to where this unique piece of naval Receiver was raoelvar at that time; If not, the*

tended by them to Mr. Flagler which he history during the spreading rapidly, finding new victims architecture was lying, and towed her to why should ba, as general manager, confess

'"'u.II; \ not discourses have proven daU,. The only preventive seems to be to city In the afternoon. As soon as bei Last Saturday night Information ww. Judgment in favor of a bank soil
accept personally. Mr. Ingra- leave the butcher, the baker,' the leer
ham to keep a cool head, and to little attention received la TUusvilU certain .
represents him. What Is the Inniwtt The last lecture of the pay rudder shall have been repaired the I by parties man, the grocer, the lumberman or bard
to what other people lal.-Trop- will her north, Interested, to the effect that a receive! Mr. Csbl
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other part of the mainland In the Bis- ten bushels of corn, and If the ('ra -gral\l

capne Bay country equally free from growing In the middle had been cut for Clyde Steamship Co

frost Is to be presumed, but I peak of hay, It would have been worth just twiceas

what I know only. much as the corn. Crabgrass la onlyone

,sr The moat disastrous freezes In the of the many grasses that can grow

f history of Florida, J894-05, grew lighter cheaply here In the south. Most any of

as they traveled south. Their track the cultivated grasses will do well here '

were finable on the leaves of the bananas except on the light sandy land ,...

paw-paws, sugar apple sweet potatoes Now, the question is, why should we .,(j ,

1 benne, cucumber, and other of the keep our lands In the clean cultured

lA r moat tender plants as far south a* the crops year after year, when we are so ...
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north part of BUcayne. They also Injured badly I In need of pasture and meadow .-.-. .- ." -:_!; 1

part of the fruit on tomato vine Then these lands need to be rested and .
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In some places, so it cannot be denied renovated, and this Is best done by a

that frost was felt over all the mainland system of rotation. Now, my doctrine A "RUX-DOWN New York, Charleston and Florida tin s.

and that the lower keys only are entirely! Is, while your land Is resting, let It be and "nued-np"' feeling is the fire .

exempt. Hut at Biscayne the tamarind growing some other crop of a different I I warning that your liver in't doing The magnificent Steamships of this Line

1 are now ripe, (April 1, 1805.) We have nature. The old English style of following its work. And, with a torpid liver are appointed

aaw. J. ISaker continued to ship tomatoes and eggplants made a large crop the second I I and the impure blood that follows to sail as follows :

North Pembroke. Mail. all the v.Inter Our pineapple year, but the rent of land and the labor it, you're an easy prey to all sorts Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.

are In bloom and we have the beat crop; of plowing the off year, amounted to of ailments. (ilTAIIDARD TIMS.I

After the GripRelief ever grown here. We have plants to something, to say nothing of the leachIng That is the time to take Doctor From(Fler2sE.it.New i Turk) STEAMER: trmrlestn From .Ta ,I..n"'rn" ,... to': J

inept all the farms north of us where of elements from the soil while the Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery] Wednesday, Mar.Apr.. 27, at S.nil p m..r11EROKEE.Tuesday: : Apr
Friday, .. 29 at 3.(Hi p in A l.uol.I/IIX: .. Thursday, i
from Hood's Sarcaparllla killed. The guavas, mangoes, sapodil land Is bare. As an appetizing, restorative tonic, Tuesday, 2: at 3 im p in .NhMIVHE". Sunday' "
Wonderful and Permanent."C. Friday 5 at 3:on : IROtfi'sdS] .: Thursday, .
Ion, paw-paws, limes, lemons, orangesand The question simply! resolves itself to repel disease and build p ni
L Hood & Co., Lowell, MUM.: Or.the Monday, r. at 3.00 p m..rJlUOKE.: Sunday, "H
all fruit trees are now In full bloom, Into this: If lie( land Is In cleanly cultivated needed flesh and strength eilnesday, :: at 3.00 p mat ".. AIltOMjl 1\ Tuesday, "
"I had kidney trouble and genre palm la it. It Friday:: l : 3:in p mat ..HkMIMlIK.IKIHJI .::: Thursday, r;
lay back which war brought ahcilt by a cold and also many trees carry ripe fruit crops for several years, the me- nothing to equal rouse Tuesday I : 10 3 oo p in 'OH HundayCIIKKOKLK / :: .1 i ".
ootractcd while In camp at Llnnfleld ID 1862.I The bananas are beating and not a chanical condition of the soil Is Injuredby every organ into healthful action, Friday, : L'y: at 9iei: p m3ft .. ..(IIKKUHrK ...::Thursday,

time bar and been have troubled been more unable or to lens do any since heavy that cocoanut leaf was killed by cold. Now Its exposure to the sun for so large apart purifies and enriches the blood, Monday 11'ednesday, :: 24,, at at son 3'Oil p p m.ni .....AI.MMIMU.K.<+uNtfl'IN..... Sunilav Tuesday,, ::

lemtmraryrellef work much Inn from any lifting.meillclnri.I received Lent iprlni only' this Is the truth and Is good enough. of the time. Then again, the los braces up health the and whole system! and Tuesday Friday, : 30 W,, at at 3.00 350pm..IRiMfl'GIMThursday: p: m : ...:.Sunday: Slay"

I had an attack of the grip, which left me wfifi There Is no place on the mainland of from leaching so great and that from restores vigor. New York Direct.

A Bad Cough, Very Weak Florida, north of Biscayne! Bay, that this washing on hilly lands, Is simply enormouft. For every disease caused by a I
disordered blood i it
phyilcally. fact my ajrrtera WM completely can he said of. So now we must con The cotton crop, for example I II is the 'guarantee uro ,If Philadelphia and Jacksonville Lines
run down. I tried a bottle of Tlood'i SamapvHlla elude that the future will\ be as safe as In Itself not so very exhausting, but beIng only remedy. ,

and It made me feel KO much better that I the pattt, and that the gardener or fruit clean cultured the organic matter 1 II it doesn't benefit or cure, in every Weekly service between Jarknonvlllft" ant Philadelphia calling at Mini-lent.. < r.
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taking It. have taken all: buttlei. case have .back. fact relent SteaniKhlps "Onel It has done wonders for me ai 1 hare not been grower who goes far enough south and burned out by the sun, and the fertilizIng you your money
to free from my old palm and troubles pines the FROM PHILADELPHIA. STEAMMI11' FROM JA' K"I, )
selects his situation with judgment, can elements rendered soluble are leachedout Saturday, March 30th .. . ONEIUA. . . . Frldav '\1', ,:a
Can be counted Catarn
Hood's5 1" Cureswar. look forward to freezes, not with\ appre- and the soil in many cases Is washed on to cure Saturday, Aplll Oth . . .WINYAH. . . . Friday: Apili :.
lienxlon, but with the certain knowledgethat away bodily. The land will\ lose more -Dr. Sage's! Catarrh Remedy. It' Saturday, April 13th..ONEIUA . . ... Friday. A>in <"I.

I consider Hood'i ftariaparllla a Ood-teut if frost visits Florida though his from the latter than from what the cot- nothing new. For 25 years it has Saturday, Aplll 20th. . . WIX\ All. . . . Frlda>. \pri !v.i
lngtotheiuflerlng.n." WILUAX J. BAKEH, a been doing that very thing. It :Saturday, April 27th . . . ONEIDA .. .. . . Fridiv Mm: '.1
be back he will takes In ten
set get ton
snap-beans
North Pembroke Mas may crop lip years. gives prompt and complete relief.
double for his tomatoes and hardier pro- Xow, with glass crop just the opposite -
The offer f500 for
Hood' Pill cure Constipation byrestor proprietors an
tog the perl>taltl actloo of the alimentary canaL ducts, and that lie will hive no competl. Is true. The land Is shaded and incurable case of Catarrh. St. Johns River Line.

tor In seasons of front anywhere north; the roots and stubble keep It from leach-

do to draw and -- ----- -----
SOCIETIES.,; ETC. of Biscayne. I not want Ing washing away. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
Invidious comparisons and shall say The farmer who grows simply cotton

Free and nothing as to the effects of frost in and corn would save money if he would ON RONCADOR ISLAND. the St. Johns River.The .

places north of us, but will\ quote from even adopt the simple method of plowIng .
What WM Found by a Party la Search of Elegant Iron Mde-Wlieel Steamers
Masons the official record of the Weather one-third of his land broadcast each
Accepted Marooned Sailor.
March and then in .'OJ"rY: oiT .A.OnSONVJLLE: ; : "
Bureau. year in April or May In 1803 the gunboat Partridge was ,

? The department divide our state into freshen up with the spring-tooth harrow sent by the commodore to ascertain the CAPT IV. A. SHAW,

several districts and an epitome to and run over with the plank Irag. This truth otherwise of
Indian % Tltullvme gives or a statement that II appointed to sail from Jacksonville Sundays,Tuesdays and Friday at 3.30 p. m sad a
the of which Is In leaves the land And little some men marooned
damage agriculture pulverized a were on Roncador
River ; leave Sanford and
Lodge, No. strict accordance with facts, but after packed, a condition which will Insure a/mall coral island] (BOO by 200 feet) or

00I I setting forth the truth as to destruction the Immediate germination ol the crabgrass cay in the Caribbean sea. On arrivingat S01'ReadTH Itol'dl). SCIIEDfLE. I rMimTBofND,

Hold lu meetlnir the wend and fonrth }.M. In the northern and central districts, seeds, which are usually in the sol Roncador it was found occupied b1; [Jive .30 down. .Jacksonville Eesdep

day ,of at earn MINI p,iniinth m. at tile Court hnura, TltuiTllle which has cost us all so much, and' few In great abundance. This Insures a grass sea moos birds number., especially Some huts boobies were, in also enor ob -,.. 3 a:no 43 p.a.pm m m.. :::::::::::: :::: :::::::.: ,.Astor ...::::::::::::::::::::: :::: Leave ArruePalatka lEi, a

MEKIIKI-, .u.R" i more than myself, the last district mentioned crop, and one or two good cutting maybe ; served. On and .. 4.30 a. m. .......... .... ............Pt. Francis....................... .. .. 1.11<, a
Hoc. 1V. k landing entering the< .. B.so a. m. ............ ... ....... Hereford.................. ........ 12.111I is,
i1 Is the "southern. "The freezeof expected.: This labor will certainly; largest but the following picture met 600 a. m. .Illne
II' Ms.a
KXir.HTS -----1 December 20 '04 killed\ tropical trees be covered by three dollars per acre, and the of the explorers Half Arrive. 830 a. m. ::::::::::::::: :::::::: Rprlnga.8anord ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ist.a' :
gaze : .
sitting 9:10'1: a. m.......... .. .... ............Enterprise ... ............ .... .. .... '1..1..a
Seminole Ixxlce, No. :.HI. hiilila Its meeting at and plants, but of the citrus family only from two to three tons per acre may be half reclining on a high trestle bed, and

the Court..f each IMIIIM month, the at flrnt a o'clock four,Thursday..m. evenIngs limes were badly damaged; lemon and expected on good land. The land Is, Ina partially supported by a makeshift General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.M. .
crutch, was something rigid and angular H.CLVDI, A.T. M., F. M. IROKMOJ.-OFR, JR., Pan
renovated Fla. Agt
B. 1). UKKir.R C. L. HoBua, pomelo trees shed their leaves. The sense, resting; being by a
within a moldy cotton shirt and canvas 8 Bowling Green hew Tork. R8 West Bay St..J ckson\lite.fliTHEO.
C.C. Lot It.tM. temperature fell to 24 deg. at Jupiter on change, and the roots and stubble will
.
O. EOGEII, ,
T.III.
--- trousers. Two rusty pannikins were Jso. L. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt.,
INDIAN RIVER il'ARIM. December 20th, the lowest on record; prevent washing. This Is true of one of close at baud and fragments of skeletonon I Bowling Green,Xew York. Foot Hogan St.Jacksonvill.Tj..
the vegetables were all killed In that our native grasses, and the same can be I the floor. These consisted of skull A. J COLE General Passenger Agent J.A. LFSLIE guperlntenilent
I>rlll at the Armory, over county Jail every a ,
Tuemlay evenlnif In the mnnthateo'cla.k. suction on February Oth, when the tem said of orchard grass, tall meadow oat vertebra and some long boiies. On the Howling Green New York. Foot Hogan St.,.rac"'DlIIf.1'IaI "
). D. C. MIMC G. F. A., 12 South ,
A.T. ritBCaptaln; I>Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
perature fell to 27 deg. Great Injurywas grass, rye grass, etc., plowed In the fall. bod were the bones of a hand and a WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Oeneral Agents,

done to pineapples; cocoanut palmswere These, however would not grow so well number of land crabs scuttled about The II So. Delaware Ay.,Philadelphia. aHowlingGreenNewTort.,
CII v ItCIUS. also! damaged" without fertilizers. Preceded by a crop floor was covered with sea birds' eggs,

This Is true of all the region across of pea to furnish nitrogen and be sure and many more were found packed and
salted in wooden boxes. Some
E.'ISCOI'AL Cllt'KCH.krvlce the whole peninsula In the latitude of of plenty of humus the soil, a good erupt
cruet bottles were fonnd near the
the lot and 3rd Sundays In each Lake Worth and Fort Myers and.above crop may be expected with the additionof and box eggs SoutherncTh
month,at 11 a. m. and T:.n> p. i.. Sunday>chiM>l a containing papers which b
very SuniUvatluM: p. m. .service:) at and below for half a degree of latitude, phosphorus and potash. By this showed him to be a Dutchman. He had

I Friday p. m.at on 10 werinemlay a. "". Litany every but. as It I II not true of the region from method the light soils can be made to served in the militia

KIT B. F. HM WM, Rector. New River south I wrote to the Observer yield good crops, as the potash absorbs The medical officer was able to determine

:, and Ike courteously replied as follows: and hold moisture. B. IKBT. from an examination of the .Railway.
PRESBYTERIAN CHfUCIL.ffervlre skeleton that it
belonged to lad under
"I' beg to say that the statements in a
every Sabbath II a in. and 7S p.in.Bauuathirhii A dollar 30 years of age. In another hut was ABSOLUTELY
Delays are dangerous. pent THE SHORTEST
Christian baaed the AND QUICKEST
ROUTE.
found the of
For body old The
an
nor meeting at eao p. m., prayer nieetliiK IInn.I'lIl'arHaparllla now may prevent nsgro.
Wednesday at 7 J-i| .m. All are roriUullv: Invitedto : 1 from our voluntary observers and correspondents llnesg, which Is expensive: and hard to story ill clear enough. The well built
attend. Kiev. W. T. N KALE, t'antor. In Manatee DeSoto and Le, bear.t Now Is the time to take Hood's I but showed that the men had come pre THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
-- -- ---- counties and the northern part of Dade. Sarsaparilla pared to stay awhile. The empty boxes

METIIOOI8T CHl'KCH. The ,territory lying south of the south showed that food had been at one time COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS,
Services at Tltunvllle second and
third Malibath at II a. m.every and 7 Brit p. m.; HnmUvwhool ern boundaries of IlilUboro and Folkand Hood's Pills\ cure all liver ills\ relieve abundant Then provisions ran short THOROUGHFARE COACHES TRAINS.
at 10 o'cliM'k a.in.every Hunitay i Kpwwtn portions of Oaceola and Brevard constipation and assist digestion :25c.; The men subsisted for a time on sea VESTIBULED
League at 3 p. in. every Sunday 1'rmvor" meeting I birds' and water
T oYlork every Thursday night The tmblte are 'counties to the Atlantic Ocean, I II In the eggs, was apparently
cordially Invited to attend our aervieea.B. Xo less than 1,820: entries have been plentiful Men cannot !live long on eggs WITHOUT CHANGE
W. LAWLER, Putor.BA1TIST so-called soutltern. We have no correspondents and brackish TO ALL POINTS NAMED
made for the Chicago, Futurity, Harlem'sgreat water. Scurvy must occur. 1 1North
I south of Hypoluxo on the east event for 1807. This is the secret of the crotch In the

CHURCH.Treaohlng I and Fort Myers on the west The BI.- cabin. Disease had crippled before it _DocS. EJ1.
North .
.. every flnt second and fourth BunUv eayae Bay country I* not represented MAY DAY PICNIC. killed this young man. This explanation And Wes.N
< Prayer Meetmin Tuesday l evening
at 7 o'rliK'k: Kiniir:: Service every every Krliluv evening either in our state weather service or rest entirely on circumstantial AU TIIAINS DAILY kws.O. 11.:- ..ra.:;. ALL TRAINS DAILY. "::u:iIWle.a :ia ,!'
atlo'rkx'k. Hunilay Hchmil every Sunday attVft.ni. crop bulletin, and the statement made Come one, Come all! Grand Mayday evidence, but evidence so complete and ."'.. .ma .... .......
All ...
are cordially Invited to atu-ml. tlc-nio to be held at Oleander Point, convincing the L]. Jaeksonrnle. ...... .u 2 ;; ;
[ reasoning so sound F.C.4. OO.m
11. A. UMUEH, I'aiitor. yet Lv.
were not Intended to apply to It In any .... JUUoDy1I\e. F.C. 4 P.. I 20 pm $51
Cocoa May 1st, 181)5.\ All are cordially apparently so simple! as to make one re.: t : pm : :: pmA" Everett. 8oathena.. 142 pm 10 515A"t
CATIIOIJC CHURCH.Rarvloei way. Invited to attend the largest.day's sports exclaim on reading It, Surely this is the Charltte Colombls.,: Soelbera.::: 620 pm pm 1 eozam: r.r. flacon lnante, :: : g::m Imp: =
Mgn ' at in In hall ever on of I pm 111 am
a m.every Sunday over way Zadig -London News.Dr. Washington :::: : :: Chattanooga. 9 12 am .
Udlau River HUte Hauk. Children catechIsm It la very unfottuaate that the grand! prizes given In all race Plcnlo to com : Saitlmore.. eaa. 4R... II 9 00 am am If =: pm::: Clnclnnat Q. A C........ 7 20 pm ..... ...-
at( p. m. mence at 11 a. m., lasting all day, and Philadelphl M .... 1 4r. .
REV.J. F. O"'YLII.1lel'Wr.: aggregation of asses, who browse at the ending with a grand ball at the Plaza Newman Smyth Discovery New York, a .... (4s.16 pm pm .1 00 21.am... BlrmlDlbam.8L Lou .. Cairo South Sb Lla."". J2 7 015"21 mAt. .........-

pubfleenpensein AVashlngton, and are liotol. Muslo by Barrata' string or Several year ago the happy thought A.heville. Southern....., .. "; '.r. Memphh, 4 B. l0
Y. M. C. A.Tbert1ularSmutayafternoon. trying to All their podtet and bankruptour chests occurred to me that a newspaper reporter ............. 'ii m.; Ysosa.C1tR; Ci.l4. : e :=:pm pm

prayer tuning was a human being who like
other
eI the V M.C A. will be held every Sunday nation, have not yet discovered that PROGRAMME: For full Information
afteranvn, at 4imp. in., at the tn..bytrlaebunh .. there I I. aa extensive and exceedingly 11 :o(> a. m..Potato race human beings, wa under the necessityof apply to any Agent of this great Railway
until further notice.BAY 11.10: . .Climbing greaeed pole making his living by diligent work System or its connection
aouth..f the "southern ,
Important region 12:00'" .. . Speaking and that he wa therefore not to botreated
district4 so-called, where more dollar 12::tO p. m. ... . Grand basket pic-nic a* an enemy of mankind. Since W. A. TURK. C. A. BENSCOTER
UISOAYM: CLIMATIC worth of crop I II ruined than on all the 1:15 . Soda-cracker contest [ made that discovery I have found no Geoo.... p.... A..?.. Aat-tOen-fPas*, A 8. H. HARDWICK... A'prtt.
coast from Hypoluxo to Georgia, and 1310 .. .. . . .Tub race class of men more quick to respond or W*.HaTON.O.C. gent At Oen'l Pa )
NNoxvlllTNN!
2 XX) . . Clay shoot ATLANtAILWe
pigeon
willing to careful
In four winter preceding the great where front ha never damaged anything. pay regard to the
3.1)0) M . . .100-yd. foot race courtesies and the D. ALLEN
freezes bf 94-03 I have men no alga of I The history of our great disaster mukt .. .. . . .Sack confidence of gentlemanly .
froat on the high land south of the lie preserved aud we must not allow . .. . "Wheelbarrow intercourse And whenever 1 Florida Passenger
have Agent
:Miami river la township 64, range 41, error to go too long without correction.The . Three-legged .". and myself met newspaper men fairly 212
frankly have known West
Running backward BOyds. never one of Bay Street
Florida Not the tenderest leaf of the report I la correct when the "south- JACKSONVILLE, FLAB
them
4:AX 3 mile (local riders) bicycle" intentionally misrepresent or to Mftft1h 17th. IHfta.
tendereat plant waa Injured on my placenor ern district" doe not Include the mostsoutherly .2 mile handicap abuse such confidence. My experience

or any of the high rocky pine land In part, Biscayne and the key. ItO-yds.( slow leads me to conclude that if citizen generally

that township that came to my notice. June A. M.u'DG".u.D., .". . 1 mile ladle 'would help newspaper men in all
"
5 mile free for all
I I have heard of mats having done ( ) legitimate inquiries the public would iT
I alight damage a few allies north of ua Boat and back can be hired running han less reason to complain either of WE DELIVER :
from Cocoa to the Plaza hotel.
llaCK-OIAUCMf tarsus inaoonrate .
C.aartpatlos or
W Improper Hartford .
news.
.
1 twice In that time, and I have aeen the Ku STILIIU ) Committee Courant ",. ". ';"0,,
{effect of frost twice lu four yean on H. (I. SLoan S of

tomatoes and egg plants couth of ut a Tin BRASS CHOP L. T. DAVICU ) Arrangement Robert Barm

jfew miles, but there place are In either II is amusing to learn that Burns, A Piano or Organ

low, flat land or hammock, where Editor ..tdl'OCGtnIf Faux B. Evcarrr. Taoe.J.O'Ranx.F.B. when just emerging from obscurity

treat* always itrlke If at all. Each year there Is one thing that Is repugns jocularly anticipated that his birthday AT 1"OrR NEAREST

|cry satisfactory crop of tomatoes and to the average southern farmer, It 1* EVERETT & CO. would come to be noted among other remarkable I to afters trial In your R.\lLRO\D own bouae.STATION, with complete outfit sut1&approval art
Xo
then tender vegetables were produced grass. lie has been fighting grass all of event In al"ttertohis early Ihoroujbl1 ntia8ed. Our prices are as low u money required until Stated yon c;)
house
In + + FORT PIERCE FLORIDA. + + patron Gavin Hamilton In 1760 he our terml are 10 reasonable any to the United
all of
anyone
part our Biscayne Bay country Ills life, and he ha considered It his can purchase and pay for an instrument

Ind only In few exposed place wa any worst enemy, rather than one of his beet Wholesale and Retail Dealer In says lair' : 'way"For of my becoming own affair a* eminent I am la a. The The Celebrated CONOVER I

et-back suffered from cold while we Friend. Now, I will not lay myself liable Thomas a Kempis or John Banyan and The Renowned Beautiful) SCHUBERT FISCHER? 'it*' PIANOS.

hipped tomatoes each winter from to criticism by saying that grass InAt INDIAN RIVER FOil may henceforth expect to see my And KINGSBURY. "

Lhrlitma* until Easter and longer. The cotton or com field I* his beet friend birthday inscribed among the wonderful

ame-place* were exempt during each but I will venture the assertion that the FISH, OYSTERS, TURTLE & event in the Poor Robin and Aberdeen JRGANS.Vocallon. Ae"0n, Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO COTTAGE

koarfrott, and It I* safe to say that a crop of crabgrass often seen la some of Almanack along with the Black

gardener who wishes to secure the greatkt our fI.ld.lra September I* worth more GAME. -- Bridge.Monday"aud the battle of Bothwell aloaey Braes, and small Instruments Music and Book. Write Ulj; we w\1ll&fr''"

safety can plant on the high land ofUie .ban the cotton or corn crop which It Hotels and Dealers Supplied. Philadelphia Ledger.Try

township mentioned aDd not take has smothered oat. I have seen field r-.rhe UV -13'

|)out wto cookideraUonu Tb t there are thus footfy (uljjrt d yield front five to RAICH HOUSE: West Film Bearh, Fli SHC -eMUMT tests'Dyspepsia,' Cruuphell CO.,

JACKSONVILLE FLORIP.1 \.



INDIAN Rn'FoR AD\'OCATE, Al'R1.I. 1 1895. 3e

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gave st :eece1ved ---- -- -- --
0. Ca.r: Loo.d of : == - I




-:! Sash, } Doors and Blinds, .;! I .




tul arc ll'Clarcl to JHect nIl COlllpetitiOll of either .T acksouyillc or rit Hsyille. ..ritc U and l'l" ifl' do not cU )'ou thc I'



HHdiHHih'; Cheapcst )ill of IInrhn\rc .(}u eycr hought. HHHHH : .

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We hU8 nOI Ir. C. P. Eacott In charge of ou Tin and Iron Wort Department, whIch Is a snmclent guarantee that JOu 111I get done what JOu wnt done. Write us and see. !



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Professional Car s. mmendou. force and TollIDJ8'tbat" up"t !Ia..... Tim..
MYSTEUIOUS TIDES. : the ferryboat on the Menominee.rhe ..Are 7011 doing anythinll '01" that PLANT SYSTEM.

., RoIIIIIR.. W.u.lIa8.: GJUBAM.OIJDIXS recurrent OICiIlaaion of theM oold'" &liked Raynor.
1(11
'
.I: GRAIIAf, THOSE OF THE LAKES THAT THE I IW&lbe are Ulua11y of decreuln ..iMIWd And Sb111e handl d him a eard In'acrlbed ..
SKIPPERS CALL SWASHES.I I force,but thl. one ClOthe Menominee AI f lIow'l "I'm taking. the - ---

ATTORYErS-AT.LAW, wun't that kind. Tb& ebb of thi. tide advlee of eVliI'J' blamed fool that oomM {] Throu.gh Trn:1n.s: Dn:11v: {].
was just AI .ndden aa 1&6 flow. but In arew along with alt1medy. What"1ounr'Chicago -
FII''' tIouRs-From 4 10 to. 12 a. m., 'neT alee 8add.alT From C.lm W.ter .... minutel 1&WILl followed by another Tribuna.rhe Jacksonyille and Sanford to Tampa and the West Coast,
and 2 to m.TITI'IVJLU
p. DUplaT ld.aT 8traac. C.prtA. 01.Lak. wave much larger than the flnt ODe.tld .
Drevar Co., Florida.n swash -- YIA. --
Erl. 8klpper T.lk. lD..tJacl'oa the ebb of the seoond WAI

IIns. IllS. the 8abJ..e.. followed by a wave .tilllarger than the TXTUSVXLLE.
In all the co.rttate and fed. I
111 practice Globe
Gas Co.
nd."That. Engine Philadelphia,
:....Ial faelllUel. for extM11lnlng and l11rfectlam' "Tidal wave. on tbe great"lakes are aeemed to latlsfy the mood of.he The Three Great West Coast Hotels, owned and operated by tha Plant System
title. )fone,to'Loan"lmE not of uncolllmon occurrence, said an lake at Menominee that day. and,
: old Lake Erie eklpper. "a'Jd altbough with the receding of the third wave.calmnelll .

W. MORTON, meteorological expert. bave for more even unwonted prevailed 08
tban 100 years tried to etndy out their its boIIom. The time between the com.Ing .

NOT.\RY I'UDJ.lC, canse we don't know any more about 1& of the first wave and the receding ofCle
lell than 20 mlnntoll."The .
woIod." .' Canaveral, '. FlorlthI'yanclng \. now thAu thE'Y did at the Um!! the great thirWM about the e lake
curlou. tblng
wave roso euddenly on Lak., ErIEl. off
carefully executcd.I" that are entirely 10Dal -
\ Rockport, and destroyed Colonel Drad, tid l wavel is they
A swash. even
mortgage Satlsbctlon, etc., etreet's fieet, In Octooor, 176-1, That In th\lr Influence.
of the greate t force and height, may
blanks on lumd.I' was tbe fir8t tidal wave on tbe lake.
than a mile of lakefront
Dot affect more
that have record of."I .
we any
the water at either end of them ,
bave I'en many of tbe8., Iwa8hes,
Wlt S. JONES 1K> that dlstanca.
being undl8turbed yond
a. we cl\l1 tbem on tbe lakes, tbe last
They alway. come in from the open wa.
one about ten years ago, wben myIcbooner
A TTOr. EY.A T.LA W. was swept high and dry at ter.New York Sun.No' I

ITIILf.E, DREVARD CO., FJ.AI Port Stanley by a wave that leemed to 81x h P.IH'W"', ",.rln.. .....Ilht! 1 lha al'AM' Ii i \
rise on the lake like some monster ma.rine lllarh DI 'el't'n"What' -. "'llul"'II ::!x2M h..h.....

I '"IIDty Judge of Drevard Connty.I animal coming from tbe depth. to thi8?" demanded tho RUOllt. )Ian.r..11'.r..r th.. tI..t I"'rr..t. 1I.'lIah''..
all.1 .:'",,,,,,"II'al )I..r fllr 1.a".I.... .,"1 \.,'ht.. '
the surface. We could see It rushing toward pointing to one of tho lIide diltbos the In th" .,ark..t. ....., t.. .."..t. r"na ."111 ..'....1..1 t
J. T. 8AXDERJI, us a mile away. It came with a waiter had bronght."Sansages. ..Ith ,pr) 11111.. al""II,,"; .1.... 1111110........ ..r !
I "'LDB!! ,
... .. ..,...... .
'..,.ory. boiling front ten feet high. hl881ng like IIlr." an wered the waiter."I "no.h. C"'I'''''' allli 'all""IIry t. !
1':11.:: '. W. .U'R"'U:. j
"
.. UfLDEY &: SA DEItS, loud escaping Iteam a. 1& swept toward didn't order any. 1\.111 AI1Pllt for II....'ar.I all.I '
us. That Is a peculiar thing about the "I thouRht )'ou did. eir. 1 :.: :'t:1.1:
.
A TTORYErS-A T-LA W, lake tidal waves. They do not come "I ordered sauce. Can't rOI1 tell the (.atal.. ".. alllll'rh..n 101'1,11"10111111. 1\ '

I State with a roar. like the ocean surf. bnt difference between IIAuce an.! au8a es'"
t' .llItl', :: : r'.r8 I1: with a loud, hissing lound. and there Is "Yes, IIlr." laid the walter. Rather.IDg : !
I' lIux.2J TITl'S\'lLLE, FLA.Jllone dish with unruffiedUgn1tr THE J. S JOHNSON CO.
only one Instance on record wbere thE'Yaro up the r'jected ,
,to Loan. 18J. either IIccompanled or followed by.trong : "BetweeD lauce IInd lIansage.

wind.. )here t merely a difference of ageL Manufacturers -

ToIE nEY OLDS, "That one Instance wa. at Toledo, InDecember. Wish coffee. sir'-Chlcago Tribune.Th. .
J. 1856. when the wind. which KETTNG, FISHING TACKLE, Twines, Etc,

A TTOR EY-A T.LA W.Hutchln80n had been blowing Itiff offshore, snddtin.ly ET". I
KIXI'4 (:
whirled Into a howling nor'easter, Fatigue to the brain. too much oon'Elr ): A.I.I. -

Avenue, and 118 quick a8 the change In tho wind atlon, overuse. exposure to dust and Nets and Seines Made to Order
that wave leaped ont of tbe lake and &:lare are causos of weakn08ll to the 8Ye. ,
I'lain ,ulIl };m 'JIlIK'llIe. Florida.HIIWEU. came burllng upon the shore. a wild and Drain workl'rI are apt to exercl ethonght '
angry mass. eight feet high. In "very with grE'at' activity In the early f..r .1"1'111" Tr.\.le.

TITUS other recorded occurrence of theRe my.... morning on first waking. This In tt elf Depot for Flshermen's Supplies j

terlous freaks of the lake waters the lur. [ is Injurious not only to the eyes, but to 121 l' nllth l' trl'<,t,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. face of the lake has been perfectly calm the general health. ILl tbe dlge8t1ve organ8 -
and tbe all'' Icarcely perceptible."Such are In dlsuMo, and cOIJ8equeDtly vprtJJ.J..II;, Bal t im 01'0. 1d_
I',., .
. I .peplalty. Attorlley fur lIoard of big wave attacked us at Port Stanlpy. the intellectual .traln. A small quantity -
'1' c'umml88lunen,and Solicitor.I' .
VOllnty swamping my scbooner and drowning of nonrl8hmcnt-a cnp of cocoa or w. L. DOUCLASS3

lIox l4.' TITtS VILLEoLA.. one of my mtin. The wave receded alfa8t some biscuit and milk-will often save 'STHE BEST_
as Ie bad rU8hed In. and tb!! lake, the st'nM6 of opprclRlon over the eyeba1laof SHOE 'IT '011It,KINGJ. ,

Fr.EEMA HALL, In less than ten minutes, was as smooth which some people conlplain.If : CORDOVAN.fRtNC8..INAMtUID .
R.. ILl a mirror. the weakneKI arl8es from lun glare CALI'.
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, "Within tbe next hour tbere were or dU8t. it Is a good JJlan to koop a bot.tle 4.3.D fINCALI&KANGARO
I le81 zinc and r08ewater on the .3, POllCE.3 SOLES.
'/, I I FWJUDA.J.cnev four more IWMhes, each oue of of weak
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\'ULE. force and volume. until the last was wa8hstand ready for applil'l\tion at regu'lar .' u I : [ j's
\ :: for Fire and Accident Insur.11I. .carcely more than a ripple."Almost interval.. The word re ular 1. u od T _

111'the be8t and 8trongest com1'8" tbe first thing 1 remember, with de lgn. ILl thl.. ramfjdy ill a pre.ventive '2.'J.7lS. BaVS'SCHOOlSHaEs. ,

for 1 was but tbree years old at tbetime. rather than a curativo one. hIs. LADICS.t3
.9'Z7
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WIl8 one of tbf\8e tidal wavelL It however, very soothing. For puffy .'2 IIn1P N Ol .

H,.. \\ SI' BAY, DADE COt: TY.J appeared early off Otter In tbe Creek.spring There on the was Can'ada apiece l t o e : :l e : t :10: I IC88CS V1. 8' TAlf: .

W. E\VA shore. ItROC KTOH.J'AJIa.O..r and Doatlng In the World.1'lolUlant .
J CmmISSIONER.X"tary of woods there then, with a long where small styes appear brewen'yeMt On. MUlIoa Peopl.....r the The Finest Fishing
U. S. Itretch of beach between it and the takeu Internally, is found emcaciOUIL W. L. Doug'as $3 & $4 Shoes l'Artiu IHlolt, l'rjtanl7.l',1 t'\'l'ry .I'IY, LunJ( or ahort tril'''' };I..trle,
I'ubUc State at and overworked be lca..ml frum huh.1 IItlUlRJeltlent. The 'fbrlHlUrellt
arge.l.aD118 lake. My fathet had a 8 ton chooner For weary eYM Sal'hthla'lll "teun 1.IUlncht'lI <'lIn
Selected made. off tbe IIhore balf a mile or more. there i nothing better thau lylDg cocaIionally I All our.hoes are equally aaU.fadoryt Hotl'l.. are unIt'r tht! l't'r.u'IIII IIIAlUtjtt'lI1t'nt of Mr. J. II. KlnJ(. Corre..
<< ,.rrc8pondence soUclted.; Conveyances Addres8: The lying water was a dead calm. when. in a dark roolO blindfolded bya :) :: :. ': :::':: ::r. r.':: "''i.Th.rr Iundcnl'e Invltt'd from all "hn III.ck Ilt'allh, \ and <,omfu"t.J .
W. \ HY.SS, I'allwnjter, 1'ra l Manager.
If time .erlnlr qu.IIU. .r. un.urr..d.Th.
lIay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, I without warning of any kind, a wave cloth wet with rOllOwater. price. .r. unllortn.t.onped on 001.,
Office, Ewan's Landing. lifted StseIt from the bosom of the lake, cannot be sparod for this remedy. the I Frotn" 10 '.1 ..".d .".r other ...k... -
probably 1 mUe8 out. and .wept IIhorewarjl Denes round the eyelid. may be much If yourdealoorcannut lupply yo"w.can. tooldbJGED.

W. ALLE with Its mighty hl88. 101y motber IItrengthened bYllyrlnglng them with B. RUMPH &
GEORGE and 1 were with father on his chooner.A. cold water morning and evening. The The Florida Central peninsular Railroad

that .wa8h came ru hlng upon u. It temple. on a level with the comen of Titusville, Florida.

A TTORYEY-A T.LA W, med to me as if the leaping foam of the eYe8 may be habitually bathed with --.

Its white crelit wa. higher than the laIt water with great aclvantage.Kan- .. .. .. 1.1114' hehu'en 1.'lorllll' Rllll I'll Northern I'olllt-
Ke) West, lorlda.WII ..... ..... .. .. HI..rt
chooner'. malts, but 1 know now that ,1\1 City Times..
\ practice In the United. States It WILl not more than 11 feet high. Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Daltlmore -

dD11 "late Courts. 9Jun9DH. The wave was blgh enough and IItrongenough. 8clentJfto DaIt'J'lnC ID the EM" In PhiladelphIa, New York, Doston and the East.Evert'tt. .
to the choonerILIhore The milk .upply In India I'notoriou.
though. .weep
ILl. if 1& had been a cockle8hell. ly bad, ILl thOle wbo do not encourage Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nl\llhv lIIe, I..oulnlllo, Cincinnati.allll .

B. L. WILLS, stretch of beach Into the their servantl to keep cow. know to ChlcalCo.EVl'rett. .
and acrOlll where that it was left among th., their COlt. Calcutta re ldentl, being ofneoo 1I1rminICham, 1I0lly Sl'rlnjtll, )f"mphl.,. Uttle Hock, anlll\ll City, St.Louill. .
woods,
nlUve Poor ChlnJ{", hioUB City.lUt'er .
rUYSICIAY .I: SURGEOY, trees. a hopeleu wreck."In 81ty more dependent on JuncUnn. 1'"n..ola, MoLlie, S'ew Orleanll, TeIM, Mexico, CaliforDlaan.1
ten mlnute the lake wa. .. calm cow keepers, are particularl1 badl1 off, the I'acll\c\ Couto 1'rrl'4'th: e lUnr h 17, I HU.5.N. .
ITITSVILLE FLORIDA.'JI"'lczI1utchlnlon Invest1jlatlon. have thrown a
.Imllar and recent
as ever. but an hour later a ..... "ork (Jnlt.." .... iii.... "ork r..,
Avenue near wave appeared at Kettle t."reek. 20 mile little light upon native acientUlo dairying. M.III...."'. J"'h..nU., II IO a. DI. .nd ..IItI'
.It, : Creek and tumbled a11 ..ortaof Some of the prevalent notion. are Health D'......11)'. .lth ThnJl.lltb. l'UII..n. 1I1..n. f..rt.r.U.
Otter .
Indiall RIver botel. trom 1I..nnah. ....... .. W..hlnlC\f.n. &
Interesting. Thflre II, It appears a generally -
lake craft the ashore."I greatelt. tidal wave eTeraeen aooeptod theory that oow. fatten :: 1 ::::' II : I; :j i:: : ": ':.::

w. LICIITr OD gueu any of the lake. wu the one b1 belllg packed closely together 10 that means so much more than .nll 1''IIIJ..rtDI.nt f::00 p. m, f'an bltt.een lit. 4ultU..tlne and

\1 Dr. FOiter and hi. party of 'foyagen.aw the1 cannot move about treel1. To In.ure imagine-serious and I N.... 'or''" l'lah'. ..,. tu .1101 fruit' WubID-

on Lake Superior, between Copper thi. the oow. ar. crowded together you I tu..,
In from which a11 light and air fatal diseases result from
rher. That WAI iD .had. ,
I'IlYSICIAY SURGEON and Eagle
A m harbor 0.1) Lln. Throullh the I..tlful 1111It

August, 18U, Tbil .wuh wu a11 of more Itakind. are carefull1 who know.exoludfld.the native and which character DO trifling ailments ne lected, =:, ::7.I:'I dl .!.lj .:; ": :' "' :..

r"rt Pierce, Florida.r thaD 20 feet high, and. like one in Don't play with Nature'sgreatest r..r I k. Llty. lJ.. M..dl....., Monlh..I1...
I'Uddenly trom the lake at will be .urpriled to learD are dlth1 Tall.Kh"r JUliet ..... ."n.la. MoI"I.,
eprung of a mile the extreme.A gift-health. N.... Ur.......and the .....tb...'. MOllo.... I'allf..rnta -
dead oalm. It WAI a quarter anll the 1..11\.. C',_I. Carri.. 1I1..n..Arr" .
"IIX diltant from Dr, FOiter'. boat, wblch, more dJrec' l11ethed of aecurtDll !- :eB .J..a.lll.. 1:00: a. ... .
ASI'IYW ALL :
directly large yield. of mUk not known to dalr1.
when the disturbance began. wu ..d D..II, ..' ...
II ...
In the path of the wave. It wu creIIted men In Europe, aneS which would. w, .....I.d. ..no.' I.ee J..II..Ul..6IIa. for lllarll..1Ia.
and curled over like a hope, be objected to OD the aoore ofCI1'1Ielty lionm.s' av. .0 .ppet'l.' :-or:"' i.:. :rt ::t; =:n-ll :":
with foam.
"j \L ESTATE.I: INSURAXCE.r mighty ocean .urge. Defore reaching fa a prooeu known AI phooka. ::::1.<::::':::; It Tu.pa." .Arr"........."'J".U.1_.. I..f... 1:311 tllY.p. .1'I.ltt.. 2u,.

the boat. however, the wave turned 10 The object I. dnt to Kin the cow a 1:'.:: :::: .

\1 (.ALLIE, FLORIDA.l' that Ita nearellC extremity .wept put itat thin'Ita tongue I. therefore drawn .. I ... r.. <1I n"'lnn.tland nor"' IJmlta
a dlltance of 60 feet, the water between ou, and well rubbed with salt. W, oanImag ,.". 1 'on &era.Brow.A.'. .r.... .alt..... :{j::: .o ;:&'':;:;'::Io:. : :W aM :::
ntremlty and the boat belllgacaroel1 le the operatioo AI conducted b1a llee c.re-'I .At..ta. Cbattatl4...".. 4.-.. f..r NulIlIlttI
\, RUE P ELY, that IIIfluence of the nathe. Then the animal I. enoourAlI'ed c_ fro. III ...... "' .. C.ltl'agtl .n.I all ......Ia aorUa ;l
ru1ed b1 the r'B. 6 .I ...1. .Arri..J"",, .UItt '::6a.. ...
ltters
drink AI much water AI pouible.and. I
to
i:) raahin tida."The =: ? -
\1.
A.'WACCIDEYT II
ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE for dlleltiou : / "
allowed
I/f''
wave wu only half a mUe from time betnll ItIt I 11..11)' tlprl.j/tI Rutt.. lit.LnG.... KaaIU CIt

... INSURAYCE.. ahore, but notwlthltandinll Ita mat the paiDitaklnl dairymaa prooeedl to plcuaDi ICJ bill. \\\,' : .4t = t; == I"Bi: I,
otarJ "abUo for u. Btate at lMC. reachtcS there. blow air Into the udder, preIIumabl1
It lIever '
.; "funnatJoa u &0 Goyeram.a' aDd BtaWIdELBOt'1L'iE. I The ILze and.ame 1'61001&1 my.teriOUl caprice that cauaedit with bl. mouth. The relult i. .tatod of thlD.i tobe Cures :'..:::: : : ::;::.t: la .P'I:: ::":'a Jb41aeeli: : ;;. :

ru.t change ita ooune and plLll harm.188Ily a IOmewbat Increued yiel4 Klcfllcyall4 Uver ItNeuraly J.\I.. .. ,Jt4 Do RI.
to b1 the veuel aeemed to .eLze itODce i blulab d uid procurable AI "milk" in the OJpep.iI,, Troubles, :: : :; ::';;! bl=-rni :. I r-ut' ::. ; i';' :::' =,tr.. ; a.......

more. and it aank rapldl1 the from abort luIlfUt I bazaarL-Land and Water. <::OnlUpatloll, BacI BIoocI ::i.r: ':.:. : yf!:.. =:.::: .t..e;; :: ::::IJ .. :r.. : ':.:J r;: p.
: aU the 014'b it approached witt'Tlun"IItIlIIlI..ra.
ca1eDdan reb. height AI have been Nervou. aUmenuWomen' ror II..n..UIe. BI..II"" aod .4.IMtl1Itt. lea,.J..Il1., al .JIV p. III.
of .andala Malaria,
"leap da7"wumarbeS AI aa '"unIUCk7 aneS .truck the beach with 110 more force 11&111 pain rt'oovered ,. .. .., aad." ... J'QDIDII.puaoanft.n .
PompelL The lO1e art f&j.aentcS mpla1n", .Atlanta.two Tnl... ".lIy. I... Jac..U. ::31 a. p.
da7" or "arhloa1 pert or riM of water thaa mlgbt have oom. at ror JoI AUII.Ia. IC..u, IIprl .....'..n It... ......1.1. tb.lr llenb. lUlU" ""' '' "

8 eeza Vlcbia'. footmen wear wlaa from the wub of a plLlllllr 'feue1."I Lak.I1ch1gan with Dalla.Cl..l&Dd .: t: r ..n ... .. :! to,II: ".'...In\tlte I.: :. =,l:: ::rD't: ItF'I'Z.eeli': Jac..we. aDI <1T
... notable nub OD Iwo x. et.ntpo w. .
a Ott 'ece .
... :h hn'e1ah' lOW.of CI1IJ'1I. whereal remember mouth of the1enoml.II' wu Damed after OeoqKOI8I It etit.tee.will ...cI of a04 ....Iif.1 w.... r ....d .ur ...., ladu'" To..hlp )1.1'"C flurlda wN.
.01.of &.h, Pr1noe of Walil allowtcS ) at the t:: O. )l4.cDOYELL,
"' 11I1 row.. an4 thoM of &w art laid ma70f Tbat ooe appeared In April. 1868, Clenland, wbo' '1In'7tcS &.he "' It : :; : C -CtTI..OIII.. ..0. ts. J>E. INGTOY, A. (ieneral ru.eDser tt..
d the rt1'U w'h.I'U. I I1QD, .- Tramo Manlier.
Londoa art allond .1. wIT, and ru bed Into _' -:: a .. -..- -.











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RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 19, 1895.


JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. B. BARNXTT. Viee-Prettent:
-+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE 4- the fertile soil and truly tropical word, Mr. Flagler was at Elliot's Cay TilE PEAK SISTERS. W. M, Daowlf, Cashier ;
climate of Cuba and its cheep last week, and that Is not a very great

labor Of course, the speculator distance from Key Largo. The Peak Sisters, as announced In a RIVER STATE I

A WBVKLV JOURWAI DEVOTED TO TUB D.yaL would like to nee Cuba annexed Let us examine this logic. The< preloullllllue of the ADVOCATE, came INDIAN BANKTnrnrnnratoil
O..IIT 0'Tai IRDIAR RTTaa AJlD truth of the whole matter Is, E. R. .
house Monday evening
What a grand field for his opera off at the Opera on
Luna WO.1'I.CTIO"I. tlons ; what an unbounded opportunity Chapman owned the bulk of the before a fairly crowded house, and! /-corpora t e theStateof: Florid"n.\, '

for Jobbery ; but would It stock in a railroad which rum it II safe to lay that the performers left Authorized capital, $ '
the St. Johns oo.OOfl
Elltor ... ... ......(...... WALTZ S. OBAIIAI be a good thing for the mass of the from river,New known myrna as the to A. & W. road a pleasing impression The upon entertainment the audience cThcAI Paid up capital, $25,000
people Would Cuba not become on that occasion.
LA.oclaw-Edltord2 M&-sager, Cue, H.Witro the great winter resort of America, This road received as a grant from took welt, and those who attended con.sidered Averag deposits. $300,00fl

and would Florida not suffer inconsequence the state a good many thousand they were amply repaid with the

Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvlll ? These are questions acres of worthless mangrove swamp] evening's amusements for the small admission Transacts a General

Indian liver! Florida. I of vital Importance to Flora land, on certain keys between the fee charged the fallowing Banto(

idians. We think the enthusiastic north end of Key Largo and Key; ladles represented and took part In the I Business,
West. As Mr. Chapman had advanced .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY mass meeting held in Jacksonville Peak Sisters: I

last week was a rather hastily considered a good deal of money tithe Kezlah . . ..Mrs. Wm. M. Drown Largest and Odest! Bank on the Bus
affair. ( ur views on this A. & W. road, the deed was issued Uethla . . ..Mrs. T. A. JSacket''

Ch ck.eto.,may he male payable to "Orahai be but in his name. When the A. d J Dorothy . . Mrs. E. B. Wager DIRECTOn9JAs.PRITcnARfWii.nail.!
. Walton publisher and proprietor subject may unpopular, we W. road was sold to Mr. Flaglerthe Hetsy . . . .Mrs. K. W. Rhodes '
express ourselves as the spirit land did with it. TriM-illa . . .Mrs. M. E. Gruber I or the National Hank of.la,'k ,ppr;,
Reberrlptlon.Twelve moves uS.WHAT. grant not go I Sophia . .)Irs. J. Tome Reynolds DracaRiVIce-Prenident'at' ? j;
month, ,loM This is all the foundation thereIs Maria. . . . Mrs. H. T. TItus Hckdonville), W. 8. GRAnI' ,nc Vf

Rl* 1.00( for the statement made by the Mr. Arthur Doyle was also on hand ai JlKDWH. CORnKKPOSDFNSpRoosril : '
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Three" M THE LEGISLATURE Key West Advertiser. We do not the Infantlna.Mm. Sallonaillank ."| ,D ,
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Single copy, .5 SHOULD DO.A say that a railroad will not be extended Brown took the leading part, L.-o.;' National Rank of jacknorvllUTHE arl
Strictly advance
to Key West at some future< which she carried out to perfection; Irr -vII.Ll;, .
The ahov rates Im-lmla the payment of potIt- while the other ladies of the troupe .
deal has been said in the time. In case of a war with Spain, -- ---- -- -- --
by n ftalmrrlptlttii* can commence any great : were not far behind In their songs, hits
time during the year.DI.enntlnnano editorial columns of the press Uncle Sam might: begin work on and witticism. They hit some of tinboys

throughout the state as to what the the railroad to Key West in great In town rather hard In their songs
of advt. mint lie mule
..",all l ) at this nttlf nr by writing.MEMaERn per. legislature should do. In our haste ; or, if the people of the but they all took it good naturedly.The EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

Island City offer Mr. Flagler suffici songs, recitations, etc., were well ,
opinion Florida is not in need of!
OF I..nt i inducements he extend rendered, and the audience did not fail Made (for Sandy Soil Hating 3 inch Tread.STIDLTTSTG
so very many new laws, but if the may i to applaud them; while Mr. Doyle's .
THE FLORIDA 1'KESS ASSOCIATION legislature could pass a statute his line, but we do not believe he Parisian skirt dance very much tickled

AFFIMATH WITH TIIR which would be effective in compelling has seriously considered the matter i the ladies of the audience-It. wan sc

Rational Editorial At'orintion.A1dr the various Ulcers through. as yet. Rumors are being persistently I unique. _
circulated to the effect Mis. R. Coleman acted as a very efficient ,
out the state to enforce the laws : f
m all communications to the IToprli already on the books, the result that the railroad will be extended I pianist. t

to.i, to Miami shortly. The ADVOCATE The costumes were quite picturesque,
which is wished for would be secured. very and It must have been quite awoiktcget
ORAHAM &: WALTON, is not in position to pro- them up. Following the Peak SIsters -

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Every legislature is urged to nounce whether these rumors have which caused so much amusement,

TiTrrvraAit, FLORIDA. make changes In the revenue law, any foundation or not came the "Living Pictures," as follows:

and they usually do something In America. . . . Mrs. E. B. Wager
this line, which its successor PLANT UUA VAS. The Heavenly Twins Messrs. Doyle
and Budge
JAPAN'S CONQUEST OF THE promptly repeals ; the result is, The Three Graces ..Mesdames Wager, TTH,
that clerks of the court, tax collectors Now Is the time to cultivate\ guavat Rhodes and Reynolds
FUTURE. or lawyers throughout the 'This fruit, which grows so luxuriantly! A Puritan Wooing .. .Mrs. Gruber FOR SALE BY -

state unable to tell what I II not prized as highly as It deserves to and II. C. Budge. ED"w.i ..rw :: : -,
are just
be. A gentleman, who sold his orange Trilby.. . . Mrs. K. W. Rhodes
It seems that China and Japan the law is in regard to tax collec. grove recently, told the writer that if be Caught in the Act Mrs. Gruber aDd The Lumber Hardware and Paint Denier.

Lave arranged for a settlement of tion. The present revenue law, sc had a guava grove Instead of one of Little Miss Louise Brown COCOA, Xn.dla.xi.: : 3R.ivor, FLORIDA
their quarrel. China has agreedto far as it prescribes the duties of orange trees he would not have sold hiproperty. Muslo Hath Charms Mesdames Rhodes.
Of course thin statement wa Gruber Wager, Reynolds -
pay a heavy money Indemnityand ; the county assessor! the county tax made before the freeze. He said he had and, Mr. Budge.

to surrender a large slice of collector and of the county com. received *18 from the sale of guavas las Clinging: to the Cross Mrs. Wager;

her territory, including the Islam missioners, is good enough, and summer from one clump of bushes, The Baby Show Mesdames Reynolds, HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN Florida +
of Formosa, which has been coveted any change is liable to make mat. which all sprang from a single root. Gruber, Rhodes; Louise Brown, % ,
soil. do ,
Guavas grow on poor They < and Mr. Doyle. '
by Japan for a long time: but ters worse; but we do feel that i It! better of course on rich land, but they; Good Night. .Little Miss Louise Brow MISS KEMPE PROPRIETRESS YI.cTORU
S.
there is one clause in the treaty of a state board of equalization' was do not require an rich land as oranges or Proprietress.ALSO Albury Park, J
which created it would be a benefit to vegetables to do well and come Into bear These tableaux were all exceetllnglywell
peace may appear insignifl Ing much quicker. It U true they are gotten up, and were generally ap IIARLAN HOTEL, Lake Helen, Vohisia county, Florida; 120 miles noutb ol
cent but which is likely to proveof the people. There is no doubt more sensitive to frost but after a freeze preciated and applauded by the audience. Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; pine loreal

greater value and importance to South Florida counties have been like those of last year, although killedto At the termination of the entertain- and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences table and i?

Japan than all the other concessions paying more than their proper burden the ground, the vitality of their root ment, the boys and girls took possessior potntments excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On Jacksonville
combined. We refer to the of taxes to the state. The rate is remarkable and In less than two year of the hall for a dance which they St. Augustine &: Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jacksonville

provision granting Japan the right of assessment in Brevard county they will be Leering good crops again enjoyed for an hour or so. Tampa & Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City Junction.
knows they make delicious with the
Everybody
Mrs. J. Tome Reynolds-
factories and other has been, and will be, on an aver- .
to cotton
does Dot
but ----- --
open and everybody worked like --- ---- ---- ---
syrup assistance of the ladies- a ------------
industries in Cbi... When the age of about two per cent. To the jelly they make excellent marmaladeand Trojan to Insure the success of the

war is over Japan means to avail prospector who thinks of making wine; and most people who have entertainment; and that she succeeded r- .. ,
itself of this right. Her energetic his home with UI, this rate seems tried canned guavas pronounce them Is a well known fact. Considering the
superior to peaches. They do not ship] entertainments we have had of!
will China with their! rather high, but in reality tau many
people enter well as a fruit; but why should we ship late, the takings were very fair, amounting
machinery and skilled workmen, are low. A rate of two per cent. if the fruit ? It is far better work them to $24.05.

and another conquest will begin not high, when it is remembered up Into Jelly, wine and marmalade or
a.
ul'eace hath its victories well that property is only assessed or can them. In that shape they will carry;
as al
around the world and bring good prices Another ]tumor.It .
When has the at about one-quartei
war. Japan firmly ea average wherever they go.

tablished her industries in China Its value Besides the work manufacturing, 111 erect
is said that Mr. Flagler
She will gradually. get control of Mortgages are personal property this important fruit will give employment -
last hotel at Miami
best and ;
Guava his biggest, ;
to people. growing
and to taxation. many
the to the exclusion of are really subject
commerce will pay well on Indian River and Lake that the site has been selected, surveyed,
European nations, and the annual The usury law prevents a higherrate Worth, in fact almost anywhere In South the plans for the building drawn, and

profits from her three hundred of Interest than 10 per cent. Florida; but will, DO doubt, pay better: that work will be begun before very
millions of "pig taiP customer If mortgages were taxed two per In the New river and Biscay Day
region and on the keys than elsewhere, long, says the Tropical Sun. The
will be than the cent it would only leave the lender
greater indemnity; because In these last named localities structure, It Is said, will be of coraline
she demands. eight per cent., and rather than
now even the tender guava Is seldom Injured rock, found at Miami In abundance and
take that rate he would prefer to
Japan has not only demonstrate! by frostt.Plant the
has
its ability to fight, but bas given loan his money where it would he guava, and they will bring you that before another year passed
the hotel and canal will be completed, and
evidence that its government know under his eyes, in the north, at illx In an Income long before orange
grove fully recovers from the effect of! the final act that is necessary for open.
when it is time to stop fighting, or seven per cent. If all property the winter of 1S04O.XFur to the
the Bay country THE
ing Biscayne HOTEL
at its full cash value ORMOXD,
was assessed
and how to drive a good bargain In ,,
world will be consummated. Whether .
the of a tEe rate could be fixed as low at ORMONDONTHEIlAUFAlAccommodation
Keep way peace on treaty.Japan she i e five mills, or half of one per cent. Kent, n Brick Store. there Is truth or not In this, we cannot for 300 gneits. Rates, $5 per day and upwards Special rates 1 pa
your eye ; week in April. Open until April 23th.
destined to prove an important figure The holders of mortgages would Do you need a good brick store, In ar say. No place In the South offers suck attractions for a Winter Home as Oiroond.
on the checker board of the not make a fight against an assess In town, aud away Cottage Lots at all prices.

world in future. The United State, ment of one-half of one per cent.. from women buildings If HO, call on An Elaborate Deed.A Do Not Miss the Hammock Drive at Ormond.
and If all were assessed! Robbins &: Graham or C. II. Walton,
will do well to cultivate her friend. mortgages ,,
hip. the valuation of personal property ADVOCATE office, Tltusville, Fla.TITUSVILL13 deed was recorded In the clerk'soffice ANDERSON & PBICE, ManagersV

in Brerard county would be increased Friday morning, by which the

by several hundred thousand WKATHKU UKPOUT. East Coast Land and Produce company

DO WE WANT CUBA? dollars, and throughout the conveys to the Hon. Francis Jeffrey

state the total would be many mil The following Is a comparative state Sloncrleff and J. Hope Finlay, all of it*

That we do seems to be the popular lions. Mortgages as a rule, are ment of temperature and rainfall for the lands In St. Johns county In consideration ,

idea in Florida, but it will no not assessed throughout Florida. weekending Wednesday, April 17, 'US: of ten dollars In lawful money of

.do for Uncle Sam to be unfair lj tn If Brevard county attempts to assess -1804.- -1805.- the United States. The deed was drawnup V

this matter, and to act the part of.a I mortgages the money lender DATE MAX. MIN. MAX. )HIV In London very elaborately, coveringnine

highway robber, no true Amerl would confine himself to other 11 111 58 71 58 pages of parchment, and signed
12 70 64 74 tU: ,
can would want such a fact to g
down in history. We presume i t taxes, but if uniform taxation pre". 14 74 U: 8J= 58 director and chairman; Jos. Walton,

would not be difficult to kick u]p I vails throughout the state, all 1 15 77 67 80 110) director; Wm. Hope, secretary. It is t 1 ?

some kind of a row with Spainand .I mortgages could be taxed, and one ItS 80 04 8d 57 acknowledged before Patrick A. Collins, e
17 80 04 8=J ft4
when we get ready to adjust, county would not have the advantage United States Consul General at London.St. .
Total rainfall for the week: 0.24 Inchei.
our differences, accept the Islam over another. Departure from normal rainfall for the Augustine Press.Typewriter.

of Cuba as a balm to our wounded week : minus 0.2.1 Inchei. Departure

feelings, but it would not be right from normal rainfall since January let;; Wanted.
If Spain does not respect our A RAILROAD TO KEY WEST. miner 2.91 Inches.

flag << our citizens, who are su p. __ J. E. LANOCKTTC Observer., Wanted, a Remington, Tost, Smith-

posed to be protected beneath Its West Advertiser thinks Premier or Caligraph typewriter. Must
The Key
tars and I be In thorough order SLate particular
demand
stripes, we can I
that Mr. Flagler is figuring on extending and lowest price for cash.
satisfaction but it would be Indian River Mattress and
; out his railroad to Key West. C. II. WALTON,
of all keeping with the dignity o. ADVOCATE office,
It says, editorially in spite of the .
the United States to pick a quarre l I fact that Mr. Ingraham has emphatically -t Brush Company +.h Titusville, Fla. .
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for purposes of gain.It denied that lIr.o'latler y.' -

is bf no means certain thai has idea of building to Key ritusvillo. Florida.Our I -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine'No. THE CORDOVA, ST. AUGUSTINE
the any one, $3; No. two, $10; No. three, $13 Accommodation for 400. Rates
acquisition of Cuba would be a W per day and
I West, that It bas reasons for believing Mattresses are made from 8-ox. ritusvllle Fla. upwards; per week, special
benefit to the United States. Whaiwill t that the railroad will be extended licking, tilled witJs clear palmetto fibre, C. B. KKOTT, Mana i
; mil faced with superfine fibre made from
become of the planter I -
of Louisiana and Florida sugar if Cuba to the Island City very the cabbage pains. This fibre is made Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck- '- --- ----- '- ---- _

shortly. It say : by Greens patented process which
.
For Sale.
h annexed would have U era
They "We have no reason to doubt Mr. In- makes It tough early and elastic. U
compete on equal terms with thai, raham'l word, but we do know of our will not break up" mat down nor get
<< lusty, like moss exceUlor. The fibre "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas."
or
fertile and tropical island where own knowledge that a certain Mr. E. It. I
known to be New till not draw dampness and get musty Apply to MADPOCK <& MATTUAM,
the much lower Chapman, who Is a
work for
people I
York broker for Mr. Flagler, ha .purchased nor mildew, this being an advantage IDa The Palm Beach Pinery, TITUSYILLE TO DAYTONA /
wages I than obtain in this country. 46 Iota whole and fractional lot damp and warm climate- lw js reuainlng Went Palm Beach, Fla. ,
What would become of our cigar on the keys between here and Key sweet and clean.! The work.

Industries in Key West and Tamps Largo, last February amounting to nanship U guaranteed first-class In Notice Via Hlllsboro and Halifax Rlvel.

if Havana cigars were admittedfree 1XU4,04 acre, for which the consideration evi17a1 T''ma
was seo,mo. Some of the lou In. double-stitched and L..A.cr OS: czoz.TEwm
in competition-and we presume eluded a whole eay. Th greatest lot ID well tuffed top and bottom. On account of the May Day plcnle at
they would be if Cuba be- 1 01, covered 691,27 Double Matte...,weighs a.4b./lU4.5. S4MlttoMutru.t.a. Cocoa, and the Sunday schools of Titus111 rise. Tlt.urn. E"OF7 aatarday, sad 110.... yngrmay1e
section -
towuhtp la ........... ... SJft Poise,at ow 1I'dutk p... *, For DaJtot and
came a part of the United State 1 acres, aDd the smallest was lot 1, section Special sties .!*>!.to artter.All not desiring to go on that date wshave
What effect would the annexation 1, township 69, 2,50 acre. Key Largo kinds of Palmetto llrukhes decided to postpone oar excursion ueua.:::;TMtt.:::::with i.::..:r.tt wdpq; T I"- rrld.y' at oRe.-a** p. w
II> situated la township H> to 61, and until later on. Due notice will be given s4.' 1. IU..r,
of Cuba have the Florida or- made to order. Call on or address, For farther
"'urmatloa.
address
upon this property U the only route on whicha when It will occur J. P. mLMJt, TltuaTilkINDtAN ,"lunda.II .
ange, pineapple and vegetable railroad could be built from the KaatCoast. L R. MATTBKA DanK Co., W. T. AVKBA

growers V Can we compete with Actions speak louder than Box 1U Titusvllle Ha. A. 8.: TU M"IIOr.: J.r' amp. neat Termw aloe fee bard as El I1ora, $LM bytbsae.p.,day; leas rte.. per a .aa.1'.rf bathing as ill to bt4








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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 19, 1895. 5
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Awarded sojourn In the City of Churches :

[rot Honors-World'* Fair. Everyone In this section, who has any Complete Fertilizersfor j. w. Y. Stelfox:,

beans, Is shipping this week.

DR J. T. Hood has finished the kitchen potatoes!, (fruits and vegetables require (to secure the largest

part of his new house, and moved In yield and best quality) HARDWARE ks-

last Saturday. He will begin the main ,

part very soon At Least IO% Actual Potash.Results .

The Misses Estelle and Viola Horton Eau G-cilllG, IF'loxid.ci.' :

have returned to their home here after of experiments prove this conclusively: How and
Cook Stoves Oil and Wood Heaters, Farming Tools Poultry Netting! Ammunition .
CREATE spending the winter in Melbourne, attending why, is told in our pamphlets. I Tin and Tinware. Ualvanlzrd Sheet, lll\Oclanti] Round Iron; Galvanized

school They srq sent free. It will cost you nothing to reed them and they will\ case yon Boat Material, Ropes and all\ boat goods and cast nets, Paints, linseed Oils, Hard

Capt. Wm. Reed says If they improvethe dollar, GERMAN KALI V,ORKS,.j NUMI Street New fork O.I;\ Finish, rtc. Galvanize) Knapsack Sprayers, H m.

' IDAKINI Inlets to the south of us very much ,---- --- -- ----- Always pleased to quote prices" and correspondence solicited.

more, we shall have no water in Banana Sunday, April 28th, on. which Sabbathhe Mr. ItiKraham Arrhw at Key
river at all during the "northers." will\ preach at the Baptist church at Wert.Mr .

I PODlli10ST When Mr. Woolen was here he exam 11 Rev.o'clock S. F.a.Hove m. preached last Sunday Branch House
HOLMES\
BAKER &
ined the orange groves In the neighborhood morning to a small congregation,: but at J. K.: Ingraham, superintendent ol ,
PERFECT MADE. of the postoflice, to see how much the Easter: ceUbmtlon In the earning a of Mr. Flicler's East: Coast Line, arrived ,

Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free damage had been done by the freeze, l large audience tilled the' church to overflowing this morning from Blscayne Bay In the

r mmonia. Alum or.ny other adulterant and expressed himself as much surprised many: not finding teat*. The steim; launch Kathleen. He was met at ARTHUR J. DOYLE Manager.
floral decorations were profuse and tasty, ,
4,0 YEARS THE STANDARD. as the damage was much greater than the fresh cut flowers tilling the air with the wharf by a number of our prominent

f ,, he had supposed. fragrance The recitations and singingof ritizensand also by committee from the

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, of the Sunday and; school greatly sehol enjoyed"irs were; an wellrendered address Key West Inl.ro't'nwntalllll'latl"n.! himself 1m Warehouse Room on J., T, & K. W. and J., St. A. & I I. R Railways
Beach. Mr. Ingraham expressd as Ing
Coronado Briarwood, are expecting their little by the pastor, Mr. love, concluding -
daughter to return with Mrs. Scluijlcr, the service. a very enjoyable trip from Miami here -- n TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

on ire nine cottages at present ocLl she having been ordered to a milder climate Mr. Oeo. D. Forsyth, formerly district lie wale taken In charge by a committeeof :

,JO the beach. for twelve months, on account of attorney at Rochester, X. Y., who has the Improvement Association and DK\IHtS: : IN:/ -

ball and throat trouble She has been at been guest of Captain and Mrs John drUen over the 'lty.-Kl'Y West Heiald.!
family will give a a pupil
e sharp celebrate their annl- the Carry the past month, left last week for Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits
uei' in May beach to content of The Sacred Heart in New Atlanta, whore ho will neck medical Hay
and welcome
to ,
,
ir\ or the York City. treatment for distressing malady: from Till! IMMUPl'Li: INDUSTUY ,
the Coronado under their
r friends, to. We had an unusual number of visitors I which he suffers, and for which there OX L.tK1:1V 111tTil.Mr. .
ownership.E Seed Meal Fertilizers and Crate Material.
seems to be no cure .\11"ho have: had Cotton
here last ,
week.
On A. It. Car-
the contract Tuesday .th
secured For
E \ has the pleasure of meeting Mr. *
rr\ the mail to New Smyrna and re- ter brought up a party from Georgiana, sympathize with him, and admire the Gen C. Matthams, manager: ol Zff": Terms ('ash"IIh order Ask for our prime' list We denl exclusively In
and must consequently, con tern- consisting of Messrs, Lymanewell, patient manner In which he bears his the Florid: Pineapple Co., West Palm( the above line of good's' ; keep them In stock at nil times In Tltimvllli, and will give
r. doing' a milk business on the beach Peck and Warner; Miss Mary Newell sufferings, and their best wishes l go with Bench, In a Utter to ADVOC\TK yes prompt and careful attention to all\ oiders entrusted to "". !lIlIl'Itlnlt! veer pntion-
jn dining the summer. and him. Captain Carey accompanied hint ago, we Iwg to remain, Very respectfully I1.1KERa11UL1iK.: :
Master Newell
visited hate
Dudley They as far as Atlanta. today, says that their pineapples
flule nearly twenty of the winteri the lighthouse and started back on I escaped) well through the late freezes;;;
i till linger; on at the Coronado, [What lo you need In the way of job
Wednesday afternoon. On Wednesday and they hope to ship as many, or mow
forIS When want
(summer tourists are enquiring printing ? you any printing
ISI the hotel. Enquiries were redd evening Capt. Canova brought a party done, give the ADVOCATE a share, and pineapples this season than they did
in two days from fifteen persons. from Kocklodge and Georgiana. Mrs. keep the money on the East Coast, last. All their plants: are sending up COCOA ICE WORKS

ire nothing succeeds like success." Flag, Mrs. Kingman, Miss Fish, of where it will do you some good this numerous suckers, and are growing ,

rs E. C, Stearns, of Syracuse N. Y. Georgian; >and Mr. J. F. Wooten, of summer.] splendidly.The .
nt only a very graceful; and raptl1st Cocoa, Mere of the party. They went to above firm have now, In additionto Oooo v, 1or1.da.
but Is more than ordinarily sue-
I ful at fishing. While resting awhile the lighthouse, spent Thursday on the Fort Pierce.The Red Spanish pines, seven acres under NOW XN OPEX1..A.TXON.

he bridge over the Hillsboro, on Sat- beach, and Friday on the river side of l'over-all fine varieties; and that part C! G. 11'llt.lli <. nn
.
iy, die caught nearly 20 pounds of the peninsula, leaving here on Saturday fishermen are doing a very fair which was under cover efoio the fieezcIs : "
i
in about an hour. morning. It was their Intention to getaway i business here admitted to be the finest lot of pines -- Manufacturer -
'
learn the new Currier cottage has on Friday, but the "norther" low In the state. In one bed or 4.0 Abbakan
I n rented to a family from May tilliber ered the water so much that It was Impossible Capt. A. J. Lewis returned the yesterday all but five are fruiting; and upwards of ICE & DTH'T'TI..I.DV. :I'Enr:
visit down river.
The tenants propose bringingir from a few days'
to get the launch off. Thurs- eighty per cent of Egyptian Queens are
; carriage with them, and are going to hear that Mrs ,
We are pleased FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
very ABSOLUTELY
i III' a good time. Certainly no place day, Supt. J. II. Same and three sons now also fl'lIltlnjt-all fine, large apples
Is well the road to
I Id give them better opportunities for came over from their place at Courtenay.The F. Tyler on recovery. The Porto Ricos ass the same Refrigerators, Ice Chests, FI'"o'\'lIan,1 Water Coolers.
lyment than Coronado. boys went to the lighthouse/ and Mr. Don't forget the big dance at White jy

jSotwltliRtandlng the stiff breeze that Sams visited the school. City next Wednesday night. All arc BISMARCK AND CRISPI. Worth Ice Works
Lake
vv on Friday, there were eighteenhers cordially Invited.
Remember the ADVOCATE Titus the TwMB ,
In the surf at one time, andat [ The rrt... .blp Ed.tlnlll..t..II.
fun they had, too. Old Neptune vllle, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus The schooner Queen arrived here yesterday of Iron.

s pretty rough; and the ungallant way a share of your work.] from the keys with a cargo of The close friendship between Crisptand PALM BEACH, FLA.,

which he tossed some of the ladles vegetables.Capt. Bismarck, which is of 20 year.'
'nut, was amusing. They did not com- standing, is one of the most remarkable
Titusville
left for
Saunders
L. Barbot & Co. Geo.
in however; In fact they seemed to relations I know and is sufficient proofof
;oy being thrown about like shuttleks on Wednesday In the Mattie II., whichhe Crispi's value. Crispi is accused, but

: with the big waves, as they swept We are pleased to call the attention of is going to haul out on the ways to only by people who do not know him, HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
on the beach. our readers to ad. of above firm as It effect some repairs. of aping Bismarck, but a glance at any
In another column. This firm
he pithy, sparkling items in the appears will show that nature
comes well recommended and has han- The whist club met at the residence of of his portraits
'VOCATE on advertising, are always similitude before either
the
.\'d!. and evidently the business men ofe dled many shipments from Indian River Mr. Evens last Monday evening, quite a had provided MANUFACTURED BY -
state realize the advantage of an ad. pineapple growers, always giving satis- number attending. A most enjoyable knew the other.
results. They number amongst The type of character is the same.
factory
,the such pink a showing.paper; no Perhaps other local the polite-paper their shippers Thos. E. Richards, Eden; time was spent. The strongly marked jaw, the spacious Chapman & Sudlow

's of the publishers has something to Jno. Sorensen and W. I. Allen, Jensen, The truck farmers in this vicinity are brain, the eye that looks yon through ,
) with It. Some one has compared and many others. If you have anythingfor still busy shipping beans. At first good like a lance and yet is full of affectionate
,lireness to an air cushion-there mayt New Orleans they ace a good firm to prices were realized, but the last returns welcome at need, and the expressionof South Jacksonville, Florida.

,t be anything in it, but it eases our try. not inflexibility in pursuit, are common
are very large.
Its wonderfully to both, as is also the high appreciation

With Mrs. E. C. Sterns, of Syracuse, Eau Gallie. of authority and discipline, but beyond For Oranges, Vegetables and Pineapples,

i cicerone, a party of eight left the Arrival mid JlartureofTrRlus. this there is little resemblance, and their -
ironado hotel recently to visit the "re- political ideas differ entirely.
'rte' on the Halifax river. First they The fishing fleet will have another The arrival and departure of trains at Crispi has been accused of being dictatorial __:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-

'ok a !hack to the bridge, a mile away; boat race next Saturday. Titusville Is timed as follows: J., St. In his official relations he is Dealers In all kinds of Raw Material, such ni Nulp. Potash, Kalnlt, otton
ere they found the launch Gleam, Capt. Charlie Watson was In town a 12.41: peremptory and exacting, and his ideas seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda\ etc., etc.
hich they had chartered, ready for couple of days last week, on business. A. &: I. R. Ry.: northbound, : ; of government are Imperative, bnt no l Bone wound and steamed In the factory In three different grists.y .
em A sail past the lighthouse in a southbound, 4:20: p. m. J., T. & K. W.RaU..ay has done so much
minister ever and I Trices.
madea Malian Send for I'amplilcts
Gaulden of Titusville
Col. D. L. ,
>'uple of hours took them to Daytona, for Jacksonvilleand
here dined the Palmetto house short visit to lau Gallie last Friday, : northbound, to pat power out of the hands of the ,. .. '-
at ----
they ; -- ----
id re-embarking, continued the ride on legal business. Intermediate points, 7:10: a. m.; arriving ministry as he, or has shown BO scrupulous -- -- --

p the river to Ormond, returning by The bean shipments from Tropic and in Titusville at 4:05: p. m. an adherence to the letter of the
loonlight The party reached their Banyan are very heavy this week-244 constitutional law. He is a democrat of F.
tarting place about nine o'clock, much crates were expressed one morning. the strongest dye, but the king has never -. c.E. F. CLARK
flighted with the day's outing. Indian River Steamboat Co. had a minister absolutely deferential E. ,
Captain Mercler, the busy insuranceman
to him as head of the state, rarelyone
Job work cheaply, neatly and expedl- was here last Monday, with his Is running between respectful to him as
:ouhly executed at the ADVOCATE office, launch, on his way down the river. The St. Lucie now so profoundly of J. Jacksonville.:
of law and the scat au
Pitusville, Circulars, hand bills, notePads i Titusville and Jupiter; she leaves Titus the symbol
Rev. J. A. Jordan, the method minister -
letter heads, envelopes, state ville on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays thority.
hold service at the
will Baptist dissension between

pients, tags, eta, etc.] church, next Sunday evening, at 630.: at 4:20: p. m.; due at Rockledge, The him conception and the of crown a is impossible

A special train of two passenger 7:10: p. m.; and at Sewall's Point, 10 to anyone who knows him, and this his FURNITURE and CARPETS. -

coaches and a baggage car went south s. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur majesty recognize Crispi has the fidel
St. Luqie River. at 3 a. m. Monday, returning north the days. Due at Jupiter at 130 Saturdays ity and the individuality belonging to

same evening. only. his Bkipetar blood, and alt its wild Independence Wholesale and lletnil. -- ---

1G. are having some delightful weath- The Indian River Steamboat companY'1 Returning, will leave Jupiter at 1:41 ; Bismarck, the overweening
J'r down here now, and we sincerely hope agency at this place has been discontinued. Sewall's Point at masterliness his Prussian stock. Theyare
l will p. m. on Saturdays; effort this Fall to have a Stock of Goods suitable for the
11 continue. All freight must come prepaidin 11:41: a. m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, alike in their patriotism but as unlike We have made special

The fishermen that lined our shores future. Saturdays. Due at as possible in their way of under. East Count lIuycrM.
and 5:33 m. on
>o thick have all left us, with the exception Mr. W. H. Hartley ran down from : p. standing it, a* in their relation to their
of one or two, who will remain Cocoa Monday, to see how the fish business Titusville at 6.15: a. m. Wednesdays and sovereign.-Century.Lebanon OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.
while longer. was progressing at Eau Gallie, and Fridays, and 11 a. m. on Sundays.

It IS rumored here that the Indian take notes ::y Write us what you want, and we will quote prices by return mail.

Rivet steamboat Co. will make three Tax Collector Smith has posted a delinquent i Store To Let.
trips a week as far as this point Weare list at the postofflce, and If your Coaatj Ea. .... Our Number is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.

certainly glad to hear it. name is written there you had better BRICK store to rent In the ADVOCATE "The most beautiful girl I ever saw,

Then U a carload of machinery at3tuan settle up. block. Fine location. Apply at the either in face or form. said the bach,

now, addressed to parties at The house-boat Rochester went over ADVocATE! office, Titusvilie. elor doctor, "was over in the good old
\Whir! ( (ity, among which Is a boiler and to the Banana river Tuesday morning, to Pennsylvania Dutch county of Lobauou.
tin saps! nor the new saw mill, in place oft be used as a floating hotel during the I met her at a party and fell in low Lots in West Palm Beach !
"11. burnt down some time' ago. bean-picking season. Land for Sale Cineap.5o With her even before I knew that she

\, .U hundred crates of vegetables Capt. John B. Smith has completed was worth 100,000 in her own right -- --
I-- ''wen shipped from down this way the fine boat Martha, which be built for acres on Banana river; 40 on peninsula and before I had been introduced to her. Lands in Dade County of \_>
fast! week, and a great number Judge J. S. Cochrane, the new proprietor at the Narrows; 40 at WooUley on The moment I saw her I resolved to try Agent for the
111:1':I> I.> shipped the next two old Dummitt the ridge 5 at Sebastian, river front; 40
during of the famous grove. ; to win bur. I was dead gone. couldn't Co.
rks Prices, so far, have been extra at Sebastian on rail way. Henry Benson, introduced Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation
I rim,,; Mr. J. R. Bast, who Is still stopping al Sebastian, Fla. rest until I was
Sarno, drives out daily with his tine "An embarrassing Hence followedthe & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
rh 'i P. S. of C. E., at Waveland, Is Morgan-bred stepper. lIe has been to introduction. I had expected a frltu,1a'the Boston
(mIlle along very nicely, and always Lake Washington and other convenient To lie Gh'enW8)'. party and hadn't seen him. I River Land Trust.
New
"u'th aa \ ,',.od attendance. They added two points of InterestMr. broke the embarrassing silence by ak Lake Worth Land Trust #

and ".wet membership to have roll on the the We 7th are, of Point, visitedDr. "Information for Homeiteekers on the lug my enslaver if she bad noticed DProportloo.: *
more soon. Lee Faber, City Illustrated\ A flash deep Lo.ko Worth: :
vw 55 East Coast of Florida; partly whether be was present.
> slid to have visitors come out last week, bidding
Lansing's family of useful Information. "The cheeks. Her beautiful A Globe I......e.. Co.
and '" what we are doing. Remember friends adieu previous to his departure and full ened her eyesgrew Lak Worth A(..l for the Liverpool A London

the I ''lr, 7:30 o'clock prompt his for Chicago, where be and his Illustrations.Land of the Sky Free and at Beyond the ADVOCATE," with brighter.between Teeth her of red matchless Up as white she Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach, Fla.
business.
In
5 will gleamed
tnubt of the ADVOCATE: father go Titusville Fla.
some office, them to reply. And this was
read' will\ be glad to read the follow- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Mantel Send two-cent stamp to pay postage. opened said
What she :
1(' 'ten from the Florida Citizen: Claude, who have been visiting at Eau 'I haven't law him yit I guess bebam'
imittee on commerce and navin the week, left Monday morning House Materials 4Ai -
: ported favorably on concurrent Gallie for their past home at Titusville, greatly B..A..R.G-.A..3N'S: coma already'"That Lumber and 'Building ,
'n '.:5, asking congress to makeL with their trip. was good Lebanon county English
: ... I i fur the deepening of pleased but somehow I didn't try to wtQ&he Lime Nails andBuilders'
an'-' I uc Inlet Mr. C. J. Hector, of Melbourne, was I am offering bargains :- girl"-New York Ban. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Cement
week with a petition, ask
,
last
*.*-I.04Ta I ti ono fall kind done at the. Ing In town for his appointment s* county commissioner Furniture, '. Matting, '. Window A Lrge D..a, Hardware

to which office Capt. John of Shade, Mirror, Etc. Smith-The real estate most always.
the endorsement
Houston received be active I should &blAt.DrowDWbYlOr Lumber Specialty.
Kiln-dried a
committee. devoted Sized Framing and
the Democratic County I also have a department << to
Canaveral. Coffins and Caskets. Mail orders will recelv -
The TIth birthday of the Rev. II. M.Prince prompt attention. Satisfaction Smith-There are so many fellowstaowadays C. F. PADDISON, -
In this vicinity! earth.-N.w
so well known who want
hi I C. Schuyler, of Bittersweet, U where he has lived a number of year asa guaranteed. York Bon. TITUbVlLLE, FLA., and :EAU GALLIE FLA.
( \ will occur on E WIN haLNaN. Mtlbourno, ru.
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preacher
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J Notice. ALEX REAR ( ;3atr
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HELEN'S TIMID LOVER. I
NEAR & TAYLOR|
I 1 L?. ennremnl take notice that >lx months (
And How the !f... ef II.
r Knrmiil /Y. after date hrmif 111I111.my Gnat m-cmin (!Successors it
Was llrakrn to him an ailmlnlKtratrlx of the entkte of Howard t: '_

She had a belief in her charms which (W mintr Maine.Inllte..r, with the Reid Honorable l county, and Minor prey ft.for Jones m!, Artesian WellEAU Contr ttl

never wavered. but sometimes she prat flnnlilimharge) from the sdnilnlKtra.rlx of laid JOB lo'

tied too much for her own good. She mute CAi.'IE
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NOT THAT KIND. CEAUA B. MAI\E, : FLA,
pounced upon a friend in the
dressing r This Oct 1ft', 1894. Anlnilnlitratrlx.octl .
room at a reception
Colonel Olldvr Wun't Particular Enough *4m TITUSYILLE BAKER!
!. HU Direction "How awfully nice yon are looking I" I

she said. "Do you know, I just dread togo C. F. FISCHER .
Colonel W. IL Oildcr in his ,
sparemoments proper
down mtairs""I John B Stetson
University
indulges in a homestead in don't sea why. Those sleeves. Cakes Pies st
quaint old Bordentown, N. J., and rev enough to make a bride envious.. are Confectionery I S Spy]
DeLand Florida.
el.lln "hip" roof. large,open fireplaces "Yes All orders In
but do you know If Harry OUI1'
and antique mantel In charge of the Sweeting is here PHI attendeeFOIt prornrJ,
old plaoe are" a Mrs Watson and her tonlgbU""YeL re'tb'h: ; ': CollegeNormal Reboot '
Why do you aU" A : ami Connervatory olMiulc. ;

husband. "Why, see, 1 Curtis Anlniitltutldnof fin'nnk. Faculty -
you accepted
to.
Watson ia a skilled mechanic, but hasa twenty teacher Seven elegant building,
day. heated by team, lighted tijr etertrlelty. Hot
disposition which divorced. him from "But what has that do"- and oold water bath*. Thoroughly equlppeigvmnulum. '
to WINES
work yean ago He also hu a thorough "Oh Department of 1'tyilcal Culture and> S SPIRTh! >'c
NTING
dear
I Everything. I am afraid with Military Drill far young nien. Library ol!
.Tcneyman'lI thirst for liquor that he will feel just awfully, and I'm we ..,. wnwr. (nio volume*. Rmdingroom, with aU leadingpeNodicale
"I went down to the old and dally and weekly)
place several paper
.
Dean Ulsease (eBEEItSICIGARS
Colonel so tender hearted chat""Did 60 Yrsi! Thoroughly equipped chemical and |>hylcalalmratorle .
days ago, says Gilder, "Just to yon see this morning's ?" *. Berate building for Music and
look around and hare. a good chicken paper Art School, with artlM of mtahlfched reputation
"Ma Were a lot of bargains advertised Short Breath /
dinner. I took friend PalpitationMr. In charm. Second term open December KTr(
a along, enticing ? You see, I had a note from Cnrtii 27IRII4. Send for catalogue, giving full information -
him by my description of Mrs W.tllOD'. ,to OF THE FINEST qt
AUTT.
by the first maiL lie said he would call .O. W. McKlnser, postmaster of JOllY F. FORBES, Itecldent.

cooking. in the afternoon, and I was so busy get Kokomo Ind., and a brave ex-oldler 00 TO

"Now, I have those old fireplaces, ting ready that I never. thought of the says: "I had been severely troubledwith -tOF ALL KINDS 4- Lesley & Pvcnakt
I
and concluded to get some wood for paper. But about Harry lie has been heart disease ever since leaving Notice.

winter use. coming down our street twice a day for the army at the close of the late'war. Families Supplied

'How much wood will I need,' I the last IlK months At first he would I was troubled with palpitation and In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuitof Our Lodging
jy
I and
askedVatoo.. shortness of breath. I could Lm
just pass on the other side of the not Florida, Brevard County, 18U.VKethet : Will be
street I Ready by Oct
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,
I 'Iituated t |,
sleep left side
'Well on and had
that my pain
replied ,
worthy, 'you pretending not even to glance at ourboom" J. Stewart, Neatly side Washington ave.. ht't\lll't'b i
around heart. I became | t
can get a $1 load or a (3 load. I reckona my so ill l"sn. ,
K. W. and Am
1111I for Relief depot > '
that I ,.tc. lfO
much alarmed t
a load will about was and fortunately A. ClUlmln and W. A. ,
through.
carry you
"Oh
ho
was"- my attention was called to Ki-ott. J
'Well, here's $2. Oo and get a $3 "Timid That was it I felt really anitearlnff by the statements In the

load, I answered, and he disappeared.In touched by such silont devotion and Dr. Miles'Heart CureI tT bill of complaint r.rnl:: the alxive raune HODGES & GODFR
I that the reKK>ndent, H. A. Cannilre, reMilenat
doing this broke a practice of never after that Kane,,.
would often tap on the win. City, kaniuu,anil that the renldenreof
Hiving this man a rent dow and call him over, but he would be decided to try It The first bottle re.| niilenc W A. Scott, In unknown to cnniplHlnant Manufactn .,.
,and that respondents are lath over the CheaplyAND
"About two hoof later I looked made decided
a
Improvement in
out so nervous and ill at ease all the time. my age" of 21 years. Now, therefore, It Is ordered
t>t the window, and there beheld Wat- Why he would condition, and five bottles have completely that yon, the natd B. A. Canmlre, and that von
with maudlin not even look at mo, cured me." the Mid W. A. Scott, do I lie and appear lwf con,
gravity trying to
but keep glancing down the rrreet all the our aid (imrt on or liefore Monday the 3rd day
navigate his way through the gate into time. Dy the be must have O. W.McKINSET,P.M,Kokomo, fed of June 1WIA,the name being Rule Day: ,to plead. : ,
way pnsHed
the grounds I>r. Mlliw Heart Cure Icsold on a pmltlveuarantne snnwerordetmtrtocomplainant'a blfl of complaint KOVOH om- ? ..
your house; did you ever see him?" thatthe first bottle will benefit. ,or a decree pro confeano. will Iw enteredagnlnat -
"I bad neglected to tell him what "No. He nt..erpallsed. He" AlldroKKlBUBellUatU, t bottle* for 16,or you and e..h of you,and said raune will Orange cox Head,
kind of a $3 load wanted him to get"Life' I It the: Leaent, prepaid, on receipt of price Iw:: allowed to pmreed ex parte. It I* further onlered -
"Must have stopped in at his uncle's by Dr. MUo Medical tto, Elkbart. Ind. that thl* notice be publiiihed In the Fruit &: YegNshi.fe.
Calendar. in the middle of the block. liiuAN Kivm ArmxATF, at Titusvllle. .'Ia.w
once a week for eight week Lumber delivered at any pan o i India Hon
--- "Bnt, Helen, a man who"- throuch bill of lading Atom> tan
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\ the Honorable J. DBroome
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fib. the East Count
Found Inn building oniW
a Wa y. "Yes, as! you say, a man who is really 1&" ".'''. OF CARDUI, mTonl The wife of a gentleman living on In love is always shy. Poor fellow, I [SEAt] of the March seal of, A 1> 18U5.lartMw court. ,this UStli day I J.,T. & K. W. Ry..a mile eolith >< r,UkSutsiiinn

the west side has recently opened a I hope he will not feel that I have. trifled A. A. STEWART, Illffhts, l'utiiainfoFJ

bank account much to her delight Her I with bis affections." BISMARCK CONSENTED. Clerk Circuit Court

husband has been in the habit of indorsing "Oh, no. IfV'- '

over to her small checks that he received "Oh, ho never would really blame, De Was the Final Arbiter of an Eofllab

in hie business and which in tHb me, I know, but the doglike, speechless Love Match In Howard county Mo., a learned x J. M. SANDER

course of a few days would accumulateinto I affection is really very touching. Apropos of the marriage of the third fudge decided that certain hogs, which ,

a fair deposit The bank where the I "Oh, Helen, I'm so lIorrI ,."- son of the Duke of Argyll it is related were permitted to run wild were trio Dealer in

aocount is kept is some distance from I "Yes, I'm sorry for him too. I really that when his affections became attached natures and any one had a right to kill
the house, so, at the husband's suggestion can'toll him of to an untitled woman he felt boundto
my engagement 'em like rabbits.McElr .
DRY t
GOODS NOTIO
t ask the old gentleman's consent. The
the wife has been in the habit of Couldn't you manage to toll him gently AT THE -
mailing the check. The other day, for me?" duke answered that personally: he bad ,

however, her husband gave. her (50 in "Why, certainly I'll tell him right no objection to the match, but in view ..'. WINE"' OF CARD!)! for female di......*. AND

small bills, and after expressing her away. of the fact that his eldest son had es-

surprise and gratification she exclaimed pouted a daughter of the queen bethought ---f--)<- Choice Groceries I
: "Do, if you cue him. Are you going i An Indian on the Umatllla reservationn ,
"Dear me, I almost wish had it right to inquire her majoltY'1pleasure
down
you now? An revoir, then. ,
i has of
given it to me in checks I can't send "Oh, Helen," called another girl "I on tho subject before eiprons- Oregon won a judgment $200 Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilize]
because Indian officer
all this money by mall. suppose Fanny was telling :you of her lug his formal approvalHer I damages an sentenced ,

Her preoccupied better half thought engagement, wasn't she? When ia the majesty, thus appealed to, observed him to have his hair cut as a pen ADVOCATEPrinting '

no more about the matter until the next wedding to be?" that since the death of the prince alty for drunkenness FINE PATENT FLOUR

day, when it occurred to him to ask his "Is Fanny engaged" consort she had been lu the habit of consulting
F1.orldaCOMPOUND
wife if she had found time to go to the "Yes, the morning paper announcedIt. Family affairs the Duke of Saxe-Coburg on all STATE OF Ouio, CITY OF TOLEDO, )I ---f'-)-- Goooei.

bank and leave the money. She's taken Harry Sweeting at last, LUCAS! COCSTV J 88

"Oh, dear, no," she replied smiling and I'm glad of it. I'm tired of seeing The matter was therefore referred to Frank J. Chenney makes oath that he

ly "I found a better way than that I blm pass every day on his way to her Duke Ernest who replied that since the III the senior partner of the Dim of d. J. OXYGEN

Just sent them a check for the amount" house. Aren't you going down now? I unification of Germany he had made it Chenney & Co., doing business In the

-Now York Sun. should think you would want to show a rule to ask the emperor's opinion on city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid *! 4Om.eel-

that lovely) gown. all important questions. The case now and that this Him will pay tho sum Restores strength, quiet> tin lertj

Tin, Mach Occupied.YFltherby But Helen only wanted to came before the kaiser, who decided of Ono Hundred Dollars for each and and expels dicni
go away
-Did you sow tho buttons Into the desert and hide.-Chicago Trib t that, as a constitutional sovereign, he every case of Catarib that cannot be Proof, the most convincing a i 'Ear
on those shirts I laid out this morning une. was bound to ascertain the views of his cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. free to all who suffer. Call mil .* L
prime minister. Fit AN K J. C'UfcNXEV. or write for further informal Ik
Airs. I'm
Witherby- to Icllc1n't.
sorry say Sworn to before me and subscribed In of 200 sent free.
Happily for the now anxious pair of pages
Her M J...ty-t Scotch Hall. lovers, the "Iron Chancellor," who my presence, this Gth day of December, -- } Home or olhce treatment. i ,>aril'I
Witherby-And I don't suppose Glasgow ban gained the distinction of A. D. 1880. n tlon
was then in office, had no wish to consult
bad time to those trousers free.Drs.
you've crease having sent to Now York the smallest --- ) A. W. .GLEAOX,
anybody and decided that the mar Starkcy V IMlen.
spoke about? Public
Ulan brought hero liner. SEAL. > Notary ,
ever by a large
Mrs. Witherby-No, dear. The truthis Early in November lost a fast mall riage might take place.-Kate Field'sWashington. l S 1329 Arch Street, Fhilail. 11'1.' +
I Hall's Catarrh Cute Is taken Inernally
steamer which touches at Glasgow tc
Wlthorby-How about those socks of and acts directly on the blood and
her mails
pick up majoHty' was lying: RAILROAD TIES. mucous surfaces of the system. Send
mine that needed darning Haven't yon at her dock awaiting the arrival of the for testimonials free.F. JACKSONVILLE STEAM D

touched them postal officer. The official finally arrived Light narrow gauge railroads are J. CIIEJJSEY & Co., Toledo, O'

!Irll. Withorby-No.' IWitherbyExactly. with the usual bulky mail bag in a again being tried in England and Sold by rugigtst, 73c.; WORKS

And I don'trappoae cart The bag was locked, wound around Franco

hole that:you've is in given the lining a thought of to dross that with twine bearing the official sealing The Kongo railroad baa cost $63,000 A Chicago firm recently shipped from Do not The above establishment i i. under
my and all done in the '
wax ,
coat stamp regulation per mile to construct, which is just Baltimore to Havre 125 horses They management We positively ituaiM
way. Attached to it was the usual our work equal to that of am nortwl
Mrs. Witherby-Oh, yes, I did. Bnt tag telling the number of letters and double the estimate.In experienced such a stormy passage that city. '

I've. been so busy. papers in the mail When the steamboat Russia all regular officers and emplo.ees 27 died. Send Jour

Witherby-Busy I What on earth consulted the on state railroads must retire on
people tag, they wore Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed
have you boon doing completely prostrated. Here is how it reaching their fifty-fifth year. Have you seen it ? Seen what Why
Dpi
Ladies Goods Cleaned or
Mr. Wlthorb-I've been down town read: the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If

getting fitted for pair of bicycle bloom Her Majeety's Malta hideous Animal la Death Valley. you own a sail or row boat, don't fail to PRINTINGaway ut j
Silks
Dying and goods
ers.-New York World. GlMgow to New York. have one on hand. It Is a great labor Cleaning .
Number of letter..........................One Many, many years ago Montesquieu, saver, and is patented In the United most delicate texture a 1S1'eclll"t
Number of newipapen..........,.........NoneWith the great Frenchphilosopher,emphasizedthe States Great Britain Canada etc. A for price list
There'. a Difference la Dollar influence of climate human ,
great solemnity the local post- upon few of the state rights will be sold at a But keep the MAINHAKD BHO.s: !Prot"[
Claude N. Bennett says he went to office representative tendered the steam nature. The effect of nature itself upon reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Wal-

the mint in the City of Mexico and asked er people the sum of a halfpenny animal life has been most strikingly revealed ton, Titusvllle, Fla. No. 13 Xewnan St., Jackson 'II*!
to have United States silver. dollar IL B. Martinof
a by Special Agent
freight and demanded a receipt for the
weighed and compared with a Mexican the United States land office, who Money on the
same. Then the big liner, bearing her W H GLEASON & CO
standard dollar. The Mexican dollar majesty's malls, or mail, steamed out has just returned from a perilous trip Rev. C. M. Jones, Oneonta, N. Y., ,
went down in the balance, and the through the "Death valley" in Nevada. owns one of the first horsashoes ever
of the harbor, and the dignified postal ATTORNEYS CASE
United States went up, showing the official mounted his cart and drove back His report pictures this weird, unfinished made by machinery. It weighs 2} East Coast IX LAND:

Mexican coin to contain mor.e: silver.. A to the po &omco.-Ne,,. York Sun. spot of creation u a region of horrors. pounds and was made at Troy In 1858.
little later Bennett went into a restaurant Even the fauna are uncanny and TITLES TO SPANISH GIU; TkAMIXED E

The dinner cost f 1. Ho paid with TURF TOPICS. In almost diabolical accord with, the Inferno AXD PERFEl I f-L:

a United States silver. dollar. The restaurant nature of this vast. realm of sand In the Spring By giiing theADVOCATE

cashier took his United States locond and salt
Marcus Daly has secured call ABSTRACTS FURXISIIED Ain r.
coin and handed him back a Mexican on Fred Taral for the coming season. That hideous and loathsome reptile, Nearly everybody: needs a good media

dollar. Although the Mexican dollar the Olla monster, flourishes in Win fit cine. The impurities which have accumulated SURVEYS OBTAINED
A mule committed suicide at Wilkcs-
was heavier than that from the United retreat Lizards, rattlesnakes, huge In the blood during the cold i
barre, Pa., Nov. 18. Ill name was Defective Homestead and Pr. Kmpti
States: it was worth only half a* much. scorpions and tarantulas and toad., all months must be expelled, or when the Entries
Corrected and Perfected
In Texas at the Colonel IngorsolL writhe and mild days come, and the effect of bracing
railway eating house a abnormally venomous, hop Claims before tbi' :Iepa
There 13 mile tracks and air is lost, the body is liable to be adjusted
meal cotta 60 omits Cross the border are any across the heated waste, but they are ment at Washington.
number of half mile track In Indiana overcome by debility: or some serious A share of
into Mexico and you are charged $1 nothing in comparison to kangaroohke disease. The remarkable success Correspondence solicited.

for the same kind of meal though if over which harness race take place. rat and mice that feed on scorpions achieved by Hood' Sarsaparilla, and the ,

yon tender a United States dollar In The famous Cape Colony millionaire, One of the** curious mice is known as many word of praise it has received, EAU GALL1E, FLA

payment yon will get beck a Mexican Darnato ha entered turf circles under the grasshopper mouse, from his curious make it worthy :your confidence. We Your Job Work

dollar. The price is just the same p ran the guidance of Lord Marcus Berosford. leaping and Iris chief delicacy II a ask you to give this medicine a trial. Pineapple, Orange and 1.t'IUO

tically. It does look as if the able financiers Marcus Daly, in the list of nominations wriggling oentiped. The women might We are sure it will do you good. Head Land For Sale, Cheap-

of the civilized nations had muddled to the Futurity the Coney Island be excused for jumping upon chain if the testimonials published in behalf ofHood's

things somehow snob kind of mice infested the households Sarsaparilla, all from reliable, I have :l'
when of two coins Jockey club for 1807, is credited for sale 80 acres of i '
made of the same metal the heavier one With 01 entries of the land.-Philadelphia Rec grateful people. They: tell the story -Hhf land on St. Lucie river, a few 1\ o-

is worth only half as much u the lighter The new National Steeplechase association ord. low Eden, 40 of which being u .r.e, -SI'
quarter of northeast "'
one. Mercantile and Financial quarter
hope to be able to form a circuit Doble believes that if "St
Times. The IMffhrcaee >Uht. Budd Xancy IS, township 38, south of rang -
including New York. Washington "What' thli" demanded the guest Hanks had been used with juditioul care 'IIr .4.1.1. Job '"CVork the other 40 I. the northeast ..!fI'

Frigid D.n.... FuhJonable.The Philadelphia and Newport pointing to one of the aide dishes the In her 2-year-old: form she would have of southeast quarter of se

order has gone forth that the The date for the blue ribbon trotting waiter had brought been the first two minute trotter.-Horme- sirtietion.llpgottonup. township The 38, south of range 41 ea!;.' f

manners and custom of the Russian and pacing meeting of the Delroltl'Mr "Sausages, air," answered the waiter. above land can be bough I
mau. per acre. It Is suitable for '' '?
court are to be remodeled on the Eng Ing club for 1893 are claimed as follows' "I didn't order any" pis

lish system. The said manner and custom July 13, 93, U, 15, SO and 97. "I thought you did, sir." Leon Llllenfeld, a young chemist in orange' Will,be lemon sold or in lime lots growing of 40 '.1- '"' I f.cash. :

have always had more of barbarlo The pacing mar Bell Todd owned "I ordered duos Can't yon tell the Berlin ha produced artificial white ofMcElree's SAtisliAotionC This land will soon be wpr'"

splendor than of western refinement In Rockford. Ale, with a record of 1:98, difference between sauce and sausages" egg. per acre.

about them; but, although life under Is reported to have paced a quarter In "Yes, sir," said the waiter gatherIng Apply to C. H. Walton, Ai" ':

the new regime will be much more tea 83 1.. seconds, which Is a 3:07 gait up the rejected dish with unruffleddignity. -u.Ltrrltood. office; or to Robbing A Grabs"'rU

pectable., it will not be half so amusing Richard Croker ha entered four "Between sauce and sausage Wine of Carduland llle.

and it will be interesting to so* horses, Including Montauk for the Ash there is merely a difference of age THEOFORO'S BUCK-DRAUGHT art Send IAS your

bow St Petersburg society will take to ley plato and other races at Newmarketand I Wish coffee sirr"-Chicago Tribune. for sale by the following merchant iaTitusvllle Walton's Rapid Calking M";';f

the change. A* an example of frigid Ascot, England. For the gold oup orders. tt.00, IttOO, and $15.00 each, 1",. ;.
dullness English court life would be ho ha entered Dobbins : Fred S. Chaffee Caw by: many of the principal bat-b.",!

hard to hkt*. .Landau Standard. /.rtsrr'S Wish 0' euoUl for Weak N.r.... J.D.Sereno. In the North See pamphlets and "*
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...... Beer Deeerl* th. Proceee _IIOTIfZLS.:- DECADENT-DIALOGUE- The Trunk Line.

I. Llttle .....d........" Bow !X>pl. Talk In On.of William Sharp1 Tropical

'yule Scandinavia,' which In- HOTEL MELBOURNE OoI 'tDo'JIoiIL' f'l: limma*. i

of the counties in Mr. William: Sharp the disciple in

(two Wisconain or three, where the Swedes, MELBOURNE .. III tnz, W" England of Maetcrliuck, has written a I Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway. t
Indian .
rn and Dane hare settled In Rier, FLORIDA. .:;..........' .' ... volume of dramatlo interludes which
lane One Heege, the Open all the year round Good FIsh. -j" ':" .. :.: I I be rails "VUti*." It may Interest some I JOSEPH II. DrilKin, HOIi\'l'

.nombere of Yon lAyl Yonon and the 'Inlf, Hunting and Yachting Rates, f \\1( Sir o "'$ c..M ;; I readers "who are not well acquainted TilE FI.Omn.\; SOUTHtuvii. n ('0. .PITFUM: >>> MX: UOICTII it'\'"
nator tl; 50 and upwards "'f
!
Tt with the decedent of dialogue to
tor of Swedish dialect comedy rroprietreas Mm 99aik4y tale 'C\ pecies) 1MHVN>> : M\Hl: !o VMHOVT ('0. : Mkr: WOltTII nH1'I.: : : .
I. V OARD lee the following scrap taken from the
[ week each
"butchering '--- ---- -- --
stage, Special| Features at ('ol'\'nl\lo-II.. of Lilith which by some la -amenT11 'IIIITIIhl. =
Tanning ... _
the busiest and merriest .. TlmrTnhlelnl'ffcct .1.". '''. 'I'll. -- =. .. ..._
[ of prAte solid L. .. \... .... V .1.i.1,9A! ... .
one rates comfort no ontrnti regarded M the most typical of the \ U- j __ ___ 1_ .04. '''! I ": '.e.
I of the whole year. The entire HOTEL Lion goal! itching good iwklng Write I tin" .11001' 'aMr """\a ""M.f.,. ? .. hl.I\\\\If.lj.! : :. A' imam" alapui {e'pteaaip
t_mother, father and children CARLETON for terms. 111\1' 145. .... tlrsnge I..k. . CSIa to I41pa.'' .. ..

i band in the work, and they are Ulnel come'LillthI-Lilith, heart of beauty wilt I: I4p I4.1 I: 119.a Rasa SavA Aasa ':':::.tirenSaveapringa alegnuhaPpru.gs': I : ::'::: S4'acm 5Naa.:' 1 '.a:1: ::: 513pus5a3p Sa.pns

assisted by the nearest neigh. Jacksonville, Florida.; thou InIII': ramp 1:1:11'11': : dolma.. .. .. .... ...Palatka . .. 44tiso, 121upinl: 4t' pee 1InMp
,Btly perish yonder rasp .Inr4a .. .. Mat.un5. .. 4.men 11445I,, .
rbo sometimes come three or four Ulnel-Thou caust not die. Thou art :Itlnp I: 5lmp: lease: .. .Ibn..a : : . ... xMaw::1 II e' am ':' ::::
[ the hills OonoHito palmetto House :! 11:111': 11111' 12110I1' Ii'4s.. .. .. .. .." . a.\ 111.,1141" ....
across Po tofllco.x \ Immortal l1.il' 144'1' .... .. ....,5rtIlk.. . . . alasoInF4arn: a.na
tcbering with the Scandinavian.the Lilith-I dreamed that I should die UOi311'1' : .. .... ... .1'Irre..n. . .. ... a ,,$5mtea5n.l: : ? ....
saving and utilization of ev- 1:121.: .l'il' IIJI'I1II1"I" ... lk'larn 1.tr'II. . .. .r:'ssm eICalnI(0a / .. .. .

| t of the beef or hog of the smallest Under New Management DAYTON, PLOIUDA. dally and a thousand acorneth dt'athl.VlnelLo'.tI fear.. . 424)l: :;;; : :I: ;''. .. .. 11t."r.I... ,. .:. .I Is. .au. .,. I 5a.su.l Chi ato r46pcm4Cp 5ygpue
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Even the blood is preserved, and . aMp la.. .. 11.1.,. " .1..1..1. .I'j. . . "' : SNlpm,
winter when the Thoroughly -f 4 COMFORTABLE and HOME.LIKE. Lilith-Four warut.thlove. 11:1": .M"" :lIlli' Ii 151' .... .o..C.II.II1I"'II". .I :9o65m1 Sluama'' tatpm
in the renovated
are later new plumbing, Ulnel-Come. Ie'a: 444p 2:1"1': Iran: .t"IP'I"I"J".t": ; INJ./ '"I .::11I. ", traps.Ir : .
omelet is down below zero ands new furniture, new decoration Situated on the Nest Bank of the +r1a Slop aCp IimpAr Psnlnrd .. ..J., Ia'.e, S.msndicm.a.
in the form of blood gi, Halifax River! In a beautiful grove of Lilith-Show me the portals of thy area slap. : ts.p: I: laap:: winlrr i'ark : :. Uh. 5nl,! : Rion:: U4.pm
are short, electric light, steam heat .. .. .. .... .
elevator oval palmetto tree mile I from the Atmtlc golden houso. ama a emap 111'\1' trop rando) IIMpa. t..1'" 1:13111": m41ma
cake both of which ; one .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Lg or blood are : would! sop ealp: 1t"'I' hleslunnCS. 11110'11' ''' 11".1''" Ii: elm n.
annunciator hot and and within duel troubled) What
cold bath dUtanceof -
elegantly walking (
cv ulna are. 4M. AC., IOrt..w .. the.u I'i.
honrishing as well as toothsome furnished orchestra. the churches and places: of amimementV thou i L1 a .Lip: : :: : : slap. 1e :: .. .. ::. ..I .. .. :.: 1:1:: amu pn: :: i 147amCS

i The preparation of these com t parlor, good livery stable I la attached to the Lilith-Tlioo.Ulnel s .1":11I1': ':'..: "1' ,. .:, :, 'I'1._ ., .ibj.h,,:::_ ._ sueat.e1JMp
Strictly first-chss ---
every reupcct .. .. .: ,
the work of the worn 'i.evnl.r. J.xrksuu.ill.i uilspaiuIai.
9 is entirely house from which guests can order -I must go hence AlrealyIf : .: :::: IaIoal.v.: ::: .... tMI.Ik.: .. : .. :: :: :: :: :: Irwnmi 1 4mepue:
((1 the smaller children. As soon as RATES:-*2.50 to teams at a moment notice this dialogue has a tendency to bo- aep: .. .. .Ilalali'.tra, nl4nep
*400
,' are ready to begin the work ofIf per day. It\tes-: USOtoMpcrdtr: : ; .t2 to .1\: :::: :: :: ... :: :It 2a5 : .... hl Ilsxthnrnr.: ".". ., .. ': .:: :: 1n41an::': ato f n. e4alp
n out with her Special by the week, and to Commeiclal per week M Ho\o wilder tho untutored and uupxycholog .... ... .. 12.su.: .... ...., .. H.II.. .. I.. .., IIItn.: ,: IIIIP'"

all, mother of pans comes and pails, and the Men. leal mind, what will be the effect of this .::: :::. 5m1p: : :: .. II IJIUpIAt'Ja: 'iv ) .. .. . ,.G.lursillle.i.e..Caro'::: ::: :: ::'I aosp 9aa'am4ImP : ne

CRAPO brief quotation from "The Whisptrtrf"The ... .. 1"1' 1:1"1\1.: II""I'V Ir.. ... .. SC'aIn I5epn.aemp .
bnd girls follow with little wisps & LeVENE Man-Who spoke ... 1:11': ; ...... .. .. .. ..lIr..I...).. .. ... .... ... 1.eau,1 I5apne
one or twigs bound up in neat x HOTEL < COQUINA x .. 1111111' .. .. laq' .. .. .. .. .1.'.ts . . .. .... .. .... a4Sa1', Iem' I' Itl11I1'
I.
> animal ist Proprietors. The Whinptrer U .. .. \ .. ,. .., alnp: .. ... 'utll..II'It.k.. .. .... .. .. .. Truro 11rl.wmiNip
l's. The blood of the The Man-\\ ho art thou .. .... .... erpAc.J.rrdn.rg.: .... .. J.,... .. .. ..,.1111. ", it ieaem
[ in the pans, and the children are .. ., ea ana
it with the The Wbisln'rer-I am of those who . .. : .. .. .:...5511* emIiMSOaIv.
at work stirring twigs ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. .4 ORMOND BY TIIE-SEA watch. f ,:. > Et: ., :1iiE1.f! N'spur
jikr to keep the fibrin from collect. + The Man-For whom? (Silence.) ea : : 19q.,LV.: .. .. .: I Uptor2.'p
.. . .
clots.! Many a little arm grows Lv 1' .. + a,
i the blood FLORIDA. The Man-For what? hilcnoo.( ) .... .. flame .... .. ," ......,,1.,....., .. .. lI.rt....... .. .. .. .,. Ar 4h..m.; CM stra.Ina
r befoae the mother says COLUMBIA HOTEL The Man-Art thou there? .. S1..p. .. Kurt Mradr anon'
sufficiently stirred, and the lure, : ::: ale.: ::.. ea. ,:: :: ..., Ilowllnltlirmn :::. U. Ir: :: : : : ::: 5ICSne.
en The Vhlllpt'rl'r-I sum .. ., 11 M. .... .. 71npAt, .. .. ... . .\.......1111 . . 11 .. .. .. .. ... 7raam4ap
are borne into the house.ere Tlw Man-I BOO thee not Where art ... .. .. ... slapAt. .. .. .1'1111111 u".t. .. iv t0em 5uiI .. ... ttl 05m12Mp :
a quantity of ryemeal is add.Id Centrally Located on St. George OPEN DEC. f 1st thou III45a ..... Lv-.---:---.larks.u..tile : Ar -- IIji ui ""'Temp.

the stirring is resumed untilass Street. the of .. ... .MI' t tan: 1' .. ... ..I.,..... Mntrr1'riee: '" dunrtle 111.\" to S ma I' '''
The Whisperer am rhythm .. .. .. I- ...
a t2: p :ramp . t.III"I.'I. .. I. S.".5 m .11I1.
is thoroughly mixed and of the the whirling wheels and the falling r4Tp ...... ... tatw', .. . Mmes. iMpn' t
,tency of dough. Salt, pepper and Overlooking and OlilFoit Marlon and Park, hoofs, in the noise of iiinninerous fut . :: :: nJ//: h4Cp I: .. IA17mnrr : : : : .. .. CMeu.Iaitspneaiap : I: !
full view of '
a the Ocean and SURF BATHING
(are sprinkled over the combination, AND DRIVING Are and tho of myriad brt'at hi, The : ahmp ::' .TI'I'1's1ILI.1....:.:..:.. = :_. : ,:_ IiSC40aa,5t2Mr.w_ _: .
murmur
breakers
rolling from the piazzas! Temp A' JIlt Mora Tr .. -7n2stu .
|t is sot aside to freeze. In cooking Specialties at Ormond sparrows flicker the light of my footfall 1III': A' Tv...rrs I.,. :. .:..1!14-;" ,;::;
is sliced and fried on a '
3 cake up and the high sunlight is in my
griddle with ham or pork. In taste CP- For Circulars, nddre, 1v. Jacksonville", (lIull:1D It. Exp)11043: ') 1tv.' H"1I11'.II"IIIIIII(1'1I1111( t"'II"\I.IO) ) (nil aLv. ,

nblea sausage, but the flavor is W M, TEAHEN, Proprietor eyes.This conversation, be it noted is taking Sanford . 11\\: l' i.v 1I..1t.1.l\k" U'orrhi.W.I.I:.) 1fI: mmirTitnsvillewharf

finer Sometimes pieces of scrap. SEISER & MINING Managers crowded niodtrn London ( ) 1N) II';' 1.#. lIolt'l Ith lore (leisure) 104:\ me
i '
place on a I.v. TltuMvll1e (dally n. I"lInoll" : ) 4 U l' Hill' ..1I1n.vllI.nk.( .. W..h I'lr.) II hS: aIhue t
mixed In with the blood, and Ga Electric Bells and ,
t are perfect system street Moot people would { refer evin 1I0tl'lln.lIl1n H.. hockirdgn, 70111' i.v..1ann (\1., .1., & I.. W. ley) 11 I',II alhlrJnpiter
combination !s then called blood of Sanitary Sewerage ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. Oscar Wilde as a steady diut-BontonTraveller . .
('foiluw ingday') 12tfl: : .\r. .'"pller (.11111) ) 12131'Lv : :\

age. When enough meal has been ------- --- ---- --- JupiterIAily( ) 1l4.i: I'I.V. Jmipltor ((01.11). ex. I"IIIIII.II" ) I IM'I"r. -
1, the pudding can be dried until itnes .\ 'ul'ltt'r' (via .1. & I.. W. ley) 1211p: [ ArA lintel Indlan H., 1I:1'kl..II: ) .7IM( ) aI

as hard as stone, and in that O II VOSS. INDIGNANT OUIDA. .,. .1 11 nil (via: Lake W."th SIt) I:10p:\ iv, 1I0t'IIIIII:1II It, (\\'kl..I/I"/ ) to (1M) a

i it will keep !n good condition for nile lintel lilviera (Hlvl'u) :l (In I' lhte Tlhmvllle (dally n. I'lIn.la.II. 4.i.
moat unlimited time. Sh. ProU.U Afalnil Any rebus. LlbnryC.nwr.hlp IIuelIntel tasksSYeltilIl..iV'.f.g I ) :l:1.: t' I.vTituselllewharf). 1220p: : i

Blood cake and blood sausage may INDIAN RIVER HOTELI, of hooks.There IueItoyal 1'"lnt'iallll (Palm 11.) :asp( Ar J.I..kMllllvlllt'III.I\II"Hlver( \ J: ) ells ,I'"
Is another matter lu which, to .
at almost Swedish meat -
-
K lot tight and its consumption any has in.ed 0 my view, great libraries are as much at a Dally I H..llrnf|"tWun,IHY.. j l>Hlly exer'pt| Vrnulur I

fault as when they desire to dictate the AIUltn".1( 1nd1n limvrr srrvles. by. mtc.nrrr al'I"I"I..1 to l.v. Tltnal 111" 1 em .. m.. 'n".IRv"
I to such an extent that some of TITUSVILLE price of books. It is when they at. We.Inr.dsvuand:: | KtIIana! fat Km-kit: 'I'ire, Mrllmiirne end I WHY Ixndlugi, rtnrnlnK I .leave Mrl' l I.
:; ::
packing houses make it as a staple Iwunmat 100 a. m,, Tu.adss, Thndduy. and riNturliv slue lltu*. IIUiap. s1.
tie. "-New York Times. Indian Rivor.f tempt to constitute themselves the cun IIMAN (.AH. SUMIfKl: Trsmnin. \parlor llnlTpt mr WlKcen .1..k..III. Tampa
sore of opinion the judges of what the .ndl'uetaier+la; ( Imlr tan. I alitika to linn,kiivllle. TnlimRi.TI liullnn Hl\er! >. |"rel I'arlorHnlTetrar
Fin.JNO should should not road. It isan .Im'kon"vlll,, to TIIII.VH| Train :No. ;t/\/ IIl1n I.'I'h'Il"flf| :\irktolirlTania.> .
FALSE DIALECT. public or 'rralnNo-IA, lluirrt' Par I Im Innml ant I Ja< k*ml.lli.In Te.pa.) Train No 7H' arlor Ito?.
.l ilu"I:: ;: : Ia:
X monstrous for a librarian or a com IH car. rwtwwii llmta ; la, Tmuaaml .1* knonvllle: I'arinr I Hull,11,, ar* Tltn.tllln t I .larkimn.
mittee of librarians to exclude a work mimic: ( h. .can 1I..nkovlll.; ." lHlutka. Train N.i. M: nuiTet.le'pR.g l | | tan ',rt 'lull |'a toW her!
Negro Stories Arc Declared to Be All P MtCALLMANAGER. York and I Tampa| to ('Im'liiimtlV .

Wrong. / which Is caked for from their bookshelves '. H OHM'S, ', II, IXNKAMRii K II AIUKrn ,
flood of talk that has dis = on the score of it.lmmoralltYIit \ 'lien "upt| J:. T. AK, W. It'y. |'. H rl.lH< iitlirrn II K fliit,.I In. ;I I""KltrrHllt. On.A .
e negro u. 1) AKHLJeneral I'sanenger it'M I. J i kw 'nlll.., MH .
would bo for to refuse to sell
a
red our recent literature is not a dia- grocer
It consists chiefly of the vulgarism, Open All The Year a customer tea because he thought it bad

mispronunciation and misuse of p u r@Gi + my ,ai'' hr 1 for the nerves. The purveyor has no Jacksonville
business to dictate tbe tastes of his ,
ds that come of a lack of education ( sup

polite association. Hardly any of it uw I'' n + I u' 1T n 1 el ,n5 a n l I Only a few minutes' porters. The public is the sole judge of .
en provincialism and still less is I M I'r walk from Hallway stvtions what it wishes to road. If the wickedtiNt iii St. Augustine
w'l and Steamboat lindIngs e
book in the world be in demand, the
survival of old forms and usages. + 1 ,,.
li it due in any appreciable degree circulating libraries, which are merely

'wality. In fact, it arises from con ..q ? On the banks of the the go between, uniting the publUhtr & Indian R.iverRailway.
'a far-famed Indiin Kivcr and the reader are bound to supply it
,n almost wholly and is merely the :

:o of our lowest classes with small I II mr N> w :MA.N AG-EJKENT. It. character is no affair of theirs. Theyare

motion on account of race and color not popes or police officers, nor is ; G .
- -- the child or ward in chanceryOuida .
public a
t is kitchen talk, as distinguished! tnt5 u Tim Tl>l. In Fffrrt April IIli, 1 Mill.
m that of the parlor, and, although it in North Anuricau Rnl6w.SJ'1Db01l..1 .'-

occasionally offer us a word or Jewelry All Rail Line to Lake Worth via. St. Augustine, Ormond and

ase having some philological or his. Rockledge. -
cal interest, it does not approach the The Japaiuwo ladies, by the several --=- '-- -

:city of a dialect. The bad grammar THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE ways of dressing the hair, denote whether .. South Bound Nortt.u .

Illiterate ignorance, without rule or they are maid wife or mother Other No. I'\u' \to.! f I ::1>0. s
it nations and tribes attach a similar all. 3I e.7 __ I INo.PJ S.:114: 71. :
even lacks the consistency! in er- ....
Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada. "
i Lrtwkwmrllla.Inanel'1MI. _.. Ir-i
significance to the wearing of certain I' 'Tirl' I.v IV I'.hll I..h I f3 ..
with which some of our writers seek Ar lit. A"Jrllllllll" 1111II. r". I' 1111 I' ? I.v silvlrra .. .. .. ., } 124. III .
'avert it, for it recognizes no articles of jewelry, as the Algerian women 1..lIt.AII..tllle 1'J.N11'. .. I..W.JII"'I." ., II i!I 11111.III. .. .-
of the Boat Builders in the United States.
preoe- in Use by some Principal who, upon the birth of the first I.,. 1I..lh'lI", .. 1:1.: .. I' .. I.. 1I."e lI..u"d. .. I I.r"I are a ..
t and follows no analogy. .. . .. : .
l.vK.etl'alatka. UMp: I. Ahrt o' :1.II': .
'>nd ;yet the real lingo is not half so child assume a round silver brooch, encircled ", I'lIlelka.'I': : :: : :. :.=. :. :- ,.lItUIII't.. ...... .. .. 1.t .311.11I. ...

as it is by small coral rows and finely i Ism 1'alstka. . .11:111": .. .. ... ... .. I..J..II."". . I 1411. III ... ....
in where
... .
represented print, \.
FionioBEWARE .
TITUSVILIE, : -.L. -- 1. .. Ip" .. .. INI. '" .. ..
s sought to set it before us phonetIT wrought knobs of metal If the child in A, Nan Mo... .. .. ...I.v..rtl....'.... rL1";; S, :II' m .. ..
; a girl, this ornament is worn on the LrNan Matto .. 21"I'j. .:....:...: I.,. lit lan'I.. . amtam. ..
It is obvious that the ordinary breast If it is placed on the forehead -o.ulII".I. ... .. miss: p .... .-... I.,. Melluurne. R"L. 11111 a a.I. .. . .

'old*ch look of any of our white communities Tb we a boy women, young and old. are Lv I:, On.oud: LII"O, :: .5 a :. p p .: : : :. ::::....... ..... .Lr I.v Nanur e.as: O.Ilie.' .. r.d'i. e. l:l W l : n m: : :. :::

very much like a jargon if --- ------- -- fond of trinkets and wear a multiplicityof I I.v I.t..".. .. 161 I' ........ ...... .v iies'klydge.. .. : \I stl a III. .....
ejected to the same phonet process. Lv furl Orange. tm p .. .. 1.v t':. .a ...ro 12Ie4 m .
our common conversation few ''i# + '1tg..N4.....JtJlJl.1 >..f.I.1..1r1. brad and coral necklaces, as well as l.v hew Wnvrea:'. = IC p .. ::: :: : :::: Lv t'/ty ...I";' :: : .t".::= Ir lap I: m : .:.
very .. ..... ....
those made of spices and a sweet smell l.vlilt11111. 3.1' .... .. ... .. 1. TllU..III. ; IA: enpma.
m are purists, and a precision is LvTllusnilis. 1.5tak11111. IICpu .
4irp.
gen. .
.I'7 regarded ing paste, said to be composed of pro lMJtl I., they l'omit.: : :: 4Cy : : ::.:: :::: .. I.vhew: 4u.e rna. ..h.. :I4'Ipn I: ::: : :::,
as affected and preten. rose leaves. Bracelet and necklaces of Lv C.,..."... .. 4 11' . .. .. I.v fort 0'111. .. s rap a, ,
-William Insist on trade mark the latter kind are found on sale in large I.v I: K.au (mai1ii.\ : ::. a4S p : ., .. Aror ound. ..:. : : : :.I.a := r. :. :.::
bazaar. and are desirable not only as 1..II.rn.. a 4$ .. ........ .. .... tv IMrenet 221) I' n. ....
and labeU. 1.aMeitserne. .. 11/14/ 1,1 .... .... .. ... I.tOrmoneiJune! rlopa.p .
Tli. Life of a Shoe, I curiosities, but on account of their pleas 1. ......... A..tl.l..l .. a':. 4mepu" ..


"a According'ant member to an of the intelligent trade, the and nero ob- I I AltfAHP HAWK SODA ant Advertiser and lasting perfume.-New York 'IH:. lIt.'e..1'3,1'; :::: ; :: I.i . ...;.;.;;. .;.:.:: 1.v A'I-I.k.ArNanclatw Nan Mate...:...:. .. _. ......1.? ogfl 9-8 'r.o..i.P.' pmt"; :. .::.


purchaser of footwear counts the ......1_ I.,. ..?.... .. Lrl': .Ie _:_:. _..:: k II !.44' I> III :: ...;.
o of a shoe by the number of times it I I.lnim M..und. lilliI' ....... Lv H..thlll.. .. .. .. ..Ir ;; Ca: 1 p m'I. ..
sires resoling and If shoe "Fear." said the Russian General I.,. W. J"pltIf' Sew I' 1 ,.... .... AlIt. AUICII.Une. .. .. ""It p t.', --...
heeling. a Bkobeleff to a subordinate officer, "must LvRiviera. .. .. ..I camp leee.i.Angunline. 1Il\1Ot, .I C am..lial' .. -"..
"wled and heeled twice, the wearer I in of Ar W Palm I..b. set r . .. .... Ar Jae'k.nrlll.. .1.... e C I" I' m ...
wheu reaches the grade
Db packages cease a man
tt la a better shoe than the one -- --- --
.icb, though giving longer wear, will captain. Every officer under him was Connections via A. & W. Branch
I
the occasion to -
I(1IJ( bear expected when came,
resoling and heeling more Costs than inferior soda to bU MlII.TII JlUCX1J. NOIITII '"II'NII. .
'.III once. The same retailer claims no more package lay down his life as an example

;at tome manufacturers take advantage never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni. men."I STATIUNS. No I-I INo.5 No. No. STATIONS. So S I No Ne 4

\hI. knowledge and put inferior leath versally acknowledged purest in the world. Turks must aim,show" be my said men while how standing badly the asa I.v-New:. Saks'I Relan n.yrna I I C im rani: : Eiop 4 hip,::: ':. :: :: ry- :/:nmee C be. it 91L a+ :::: .
">
the
aolea and heels and thus attains Lm Orange ('It, 5 .IYJa1'1': 1I.1."d.. I Ca 12: alp .. ....
target on a rampart of a trench at the .. ..... .
O.1'ItyJano saw .3IJI' WlllteI" 111III1:14.1':
apparently impossible feat of in Hade only by CHURCH tt CO., Hew Tork.
siege of Plevna. 'C ....I.a"d 10.5. Ma"f" 959* ICpAt
:"MB. the reputation of their goods by toU /y gnttn rrtrrwktrt.Wrll MII"fo.d 1Mp ..... .. .. ." lirlau.I .. ... 1/11'1'/ '
** Ulterior R.elgs-RIL "I know how to cure him of exposing .. Ciuterlhrrk 16111' ... II. ('it, Juno I9/1p: .4/11 .41"1'
material '
It is certain a.
*fat turn and Hammer Beak S1 valaabl .. .. .
'ever. himself, said soldier in the trenches. t ett.n b S lop I lralllC" City $2 pp 4 tIItl' 4 t Cm.C. ,
that reputable manufacturers the K 1..llIIu 2 4.p 11I'1' . l.ak. helm. 1:13'1': a lap S lap
he
"The
'son first time jumps on rampartlet ..
, adopt this questionable policy.- Tamps slap 54sp A' \.IIIII"na 1 *'1' 5411p Sip
oe ns all jump after him.
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M Leather Reporter. -- --- -- W
did and Bkobeleff, who could
They so,
A Hard Qaeitlon. Plal1phlea1. All train dally between Jarkaonvllle and : AnioiHIneTrain ( .
not bear needletuily to expose his men, WMith of Ht Auicutlne ran dally "t.1 :
as S'alo.b4rL tr.m..ew Modern Maid-I wish some ..,!'floe. Sir William Hamilton who was ap Jumped down.-Youth'. Companion. Train 31. S7. and 11II make n.< sr.gm itween 3..t..* and M AnicnMlne .
Italian paper says that the violon- Old Lady-Certainly, my dear. What pointed astronomer royal for Ireland at Train' ai and 7* retry Hnffet Parlor tars hetween Jarkaonvllla and Wel nun rvarnTrln ..
do 8ft tarries Ilillman Buffet Hleejilnv ears route from New York to HI AuKii tftie
. **upon which Signor Pratt plays is is it? the age of 23 and who discovered qua IlM the Mix Lop. Train: a? I I. computed *.rlml ely of fullman cars, en-ei ting ua Mondaya, alms. train lav

".00a It is a Ruggueri In- Modern Maid-Shall I marry a mail ternlons, kept a headstrong bone, coo The little creature which bears the qulprM with regular w be
Train f earrle* Ilillman I j.IDI"4 Bleeping can en rout Bt Anpullno to New York via r.
"Ien& According to this same au- whose tastes are the opposite of mine on one occasion mounted him in Dublin distinction owning more legs and feet I c. A f, eml I Houtlwrn Hallway
all the prominent fiddlers have and quarrel with him, or shall I marrya just as a mathematical problem bad known being Train I aw. en,IUIMMM. eirlulvely I'ullman Hlee|,ln( and IHnlnc ran. Ht Augustine to New-
than
Jortunes any other organized Cork via Atlaatlfl ( .ast IJne, eieeptlnir on rKiniUji when train I*equlIgavel| with rrirular onarbea
invested in their violins whose tastes are the same as mine suggested itself to him. The hors JarkaouvllU I Pullman ,
man U the milleped, which literally mean. Train 7S rarrlee Huffet |arhet ear VVeM Palm !truck to also Hleeylag
af511a1 4 a Owawnlnl wortb U-SOa and get tired of him?-New York Week I took a mean advantage of the rider. abstraction "thousand footed. There are several I tans route Ht. "C"Jj'In New York 1.t''Ia'.f-: ::: Line. .
.Jean "When found fniln I 74 earrlee I car W..t Ht Au rotlnefMeenyer
... Oerardy plays upon a Onar- lye I and ran away. species of these curious worms, all possessing ,on train at and 7S have Twenty Minute* for Dinner nl Ornumd JenrtUat.Tl .
Valued at $4.000. Dr Joachim it impossible to atop him, the philompberaaid > 'a Tlme-Tablo ehowah. lime al shirk train nay I* etpwted to arrlte and depart front
rr 5 large collection "I him bis bead and returned the characteristic of having a he eel er 0 *tatt n*, but that arrival or de| artura at Ib* time* slimed I* nut f u.ranlo il, nor due
u: The of valuable rio- gave many segmented body each segment the Co iftaj bold Itaelf reipoualbki. for any delay ur any cotuequenre arl.lu( taerefonar .
Stradivarius that belonged to to the problem. lie ran for four provided with pair of legs. Unlike the B. t AnnoTT. JOUKHI KICIIAK) UN.
*". ud said to be worth $10,000, has !. tbs pain, miles and stood still at my gate-jam centipeds- "hundred footed" they _J'r ald..t. 0..'! ........... apes

into the poasoagtoo of Lady Halle. u the problem was solved "-Han Fran ..
i Country Boy-Where do you lire* are perfectly harmless.-St Louis Re :- .- -- --
I lire In a tenement eiaoo Argonaut
QI1o floor; laW m&la small pieces Street Gamin- public. ____ ___

1 colored stones eel U regular boose."What sort of a house U that?" Am o.u.w. Send .the "Advocate" some of your Job
"
Were known to the Egyptians k folk "My husband. said }(ra. Sharp "ll
'
:00 1L Co "Well ii'. a house where pone The carnival season U the moat high.
ltd In DabJJoa fLtTbey this keep the dishes that they expects to }tee ly esteemed holiday io moat Italian ooe of the most cheerful of optlmlsu"


4: in from the 1100 Athenian a and Roman wen Good If they Newt eyer bare anything to oook."- semblance title la to many the respects Roman Saturnalia.It bean a re- Judgment""Oh,-yes"I",Cleveland be never doubts Plain Dealer.his own Printing orders sJ, and you will be satisfied.




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nl c.\ Xl't HAY. DOINGS Of Tim LHGI.SLATUllH. Highest Or all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

THE ROBBINS & GRAHAll
.iJrange (lrmln<* and I mIlJuUo e<<, (

A large number of bills have been ad
Mt\\lK filtoWIMI. Baking
vanced to second reading, after favor DnVAI j Paid Up Capital $25,000.00
The question I III often asked, "Ii Biso.sjno -. able recommendation by appropriate

too far south for oranges ?" Ab- committees. LAW LOANS REAL
ESTATE
-m\ as It seems to those who kn'w, I It.amt The bill of Senator Morrow, makingan PowderABSOLUTELY ,

bo answcied. appropriation to relieve the several

oranges grow; to perfection In Jamaica, counties of the state In the matter of We have for sale a large list of carefi

fttta And In the Hahama Island \If the payment of costs of criminal prosecutions PURE selected Indian River Properties

Iwlter varieties Are planted. The land has ,
been signed by the ----- -- !
governor. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida.
at Biscayne Is pieclsely the same as In The senate committee on privileges\ Revival Meetings In TltiiMllle. Coast I
U* Bahamas; the latitude is the same, and elections has reported In favor of An officer of the Hanoverian dragoons Canal and Transportation Co.'
recently rode 194 miles in 48 hours. Abe .
-am the temperature almost Identical. John E. Hartridge, In the contest between A CANAL LANDS
series of revival meetings have beenIn weighed 173 pounds, it is rather
We lave good; oranges growing at Bis- Messrs. Hartridge and Fletcher progress In the Methodist church hard to believe the statement that hU Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Rulh"". rQLaude. ,

'caymrfrom the teed of Cuba fruit: -not from Duval county. This practically since the Oth lost., conducted by Rev. horse was in excellent .hape at tho end DIsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment "
and other Low Priced Lands.
ail quite as good; as our finest Florida settles the matter. S.V.. Lawler and assisted during the of the trip.-Horseman. .

uvccdllngs, but there can be no doubt Senator Morrow has Introduced senate I pact week by Rev, C. F. Blackburn, of Monoy: to Loan 111WLt3'H on nnn

Oat from Florida seedlings as fine fruit bill No. 153, which Is of Importance to Cocoa. Much Interest Is being manifested !. At Tin per cent, in 'U71II1o ,ut,.

wit be produced here as elsewhere In the lower part of Dade county; being an and great good being accomplished, Genuine Bargains in Heal Write for Descriptive Trice List of Carefully Selected Properties

tW state. The orange; lemon and lime act to appropriate money to carry out a both as regards its membership and Estate.No. Titusville. Florida.
.am at home here, at the many wild joint resolution setting apart land/for
,the Indians In South Florida A others who have attended these services. 1. Twelve acres of hammock ----0:
grove prove beyond question. Senator Morrow, as chairman or the Rev. Lawler Is an earnest and forcible land at Sharper postofflce: about 300 feet

We have enough high; rocky pine land committee on militia, has reported that speaker, and those who have not attended front on Indian River, and runs back to
.Srt all the orange; groves of Florida said committee has carefully considered these meetings are cordially Invited county road; has upon It a house of six Fred S. Chaffee & Co4 !,4

gwi pine land And soil, and the purestwater senate bill 119, being an act to reorgan; do rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000;
\Ire to so, as they will at least continue ,
encourage and Increase the efficiency barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a
: from 10 to 20 feet from the
surface of the Florida volunteer militia. until next Sunday. grove of 500 large bearing trees, in fine .
; no cold 1 to check the growth; of any A Introduced by Senator McLIn, Is condition before the freeze, and will soon

,tn of the citrous tribe or Injure the likely to provoke opposition. It pro- Hector Ilecomea Lord. recover and bear good crop. RemainderOf THE CORNER DRUG STOR

fruit. The trees grow all the year, and rides that two years time be allowed for a land cleared, and Is of best quality for -
the redemption of all real estate sold for held
vegetable farm. This property was
IB lime the entire orange Industry of debt under execution..or foreclosure_ ofmoitgage Rev. E. V. Evans- who- _ha__ nffl__."_t._*>t was Florida will centre here. For grapefruit, allow anv bona-flde the l",000 cash and $2,201)
I i ::dee' rector of Trinity Protestant Episcopal l for $3,800; ,
Inoons and limes creditor to such real
lilsciyne Day will haven estate so church here may remain on mortgage. This is a
will, with his wife
rival for do sold from the purchaser. The rules most desirable place for a home, good'
they not succeed well on
were waved and this bill was read for leave en route for England on next Saturdtty location, close to postofflce, school, I We try to keep a full stock of

tiwkcys, where the IIUIOllolllllllalt! ; and the first time by Its title. Few people to make his future home there as church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood.The Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Qua]

.fi. 100 miles north of New River themtxAe will care to buy antland at sheriffs or Lord Carbery. lIe Is undecided 'about bare land alone Is almost worth the Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs is a very important matter
region: Is white sand and hard masters sale If creditor or asked.
TOO, or antes of flat woods, wholly the former owner can come In at any continuing In the ministry, as he must price Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper Etc I
unfit time within two years and redeem the devote much of his time to caring for No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with lions ,
for oranges; except Infinltlsmal spots. of eight rooms, artesian well, largo: -
property. No one would care to make the extensive estates to which he has portion
Tbtre Is enough; positive proof before us valuable Improvements on any property fallen heir stated cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat We run our Business In "Up-to-Date" Methods. ===== -
as
,
.!.. show that there Is no spot on earth so acquired If It was liable to be redeemed exclusively In the Sarno, near Eau Oallle. The land 5T" Special attention to mail orders. We will try and fill your wants br]
Times-Union
wbfro the conditions favorable at any moment, and he could last January, by the death alone Is worth more than price we quote, just as well as if you called in person. All orders for goods in stock abiprclay <<
are more
not sell the property by warranty deed of his uncle, Lord Carbery. Rev. Mr. $2,250. The owner refused $. ,OOO a year I they are received. We want your trade.
fur the cultivation of all the citrous lIe must sell without delay, and
without selling subject to the right; of Evans resignation has been In the hands ago.
traits than on high, rocky lands at Uis- ledemptlon. In our opinion, It is far of Rt. Rev. Bishop Weed for has authorized us to take $2,2r: ; $1,250
who too difficult, even at present, for creditors some cash, balance may remain on mortgage.Xo. .
have
cajne; so we devoted a great !
months but not acted Read Read Read!
was
"part of our lives to growing oranges; and to collect their just claims by sales on, by request 3. Two hundred and eighteen
under judgments decree of until after the Lenten
or foreclosures season had
tot been frozen acres of land at New River; has a quarter
out, can go to lilscayne ; but if two years Is allowed aft A passed. It Is not known who becomes of a mile front on New River Sound

sad realize our dream of leaving fine period of redemption after sale, the matter his successor.-St. Augustine cor. Times- and half mile front on the canal. Description WRITE TO THE

.orange grove to our descendants. will be much more complicated. Union. as follows : Lots 3, 4 and 8 of
Very Often the nronertv-- whnn- sold I. section 13, and lot 3 and northeast quarter
MOSQUITO not worth the amount of the; judgment; of northwest quarter of section 25, L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CJaollcfsonvi11o t
1 was frightened; away from the sea cr decree, but the creditor Is compelled A Carious Ctutom. I In township 60, south range 42 east.
mart of Florida to take it for what It Is worth; the Price We believe a
by mosquitoes, and I There is found in Cheshire $15 per acre. purrchaser
former owner has all the chances in his England
could sell this land at $30
cast confess my fears were founded more a curious survival of the per Florida
favor ancient
; If the property becomes less valuable Satur acre and double his money as soon as ,
.a the stories told by romancers than on or almost worthless from a freeze, nabs During Christmas week the servants steamers begin; to run through; the canal If you are in need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain
experience. I would have been living at gale, flood, fire or other cause, he can all flock to.the towns, having received next December"' We own this land ourselves Special Low Prices for cash with order.

JUscavne, since my first visit, nearly thirsty let his creditor keep it, but if owing to their year's wages, and for seven but need money to develop other
but for the some favorable circumstances such as days they refuse to work. Engagements enterprises, hence offer It at a price Don't l\Iiss-
years apo; mosquito scare. railroad building or rapid settlement of are made for the ensuing year at this which will insure early sale, $15 per This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about coitnj
,
How I love the
enjoyed privileges of the the neighborhood, the property enhances season but the engagement does acre. Manufacturer.
be-
not
grand old sear Us fresh air, Us ozone, Its In i In and value take and It the former from owner his can step gin until New Year's day, the week beIng Xo. 4. The north three-fourths of Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla..
'lathing, Its fishing, sailing and the IndefcrIUe away unfortunate spent in southeast of section 7, and of
creditor, although; he may have considered Jollity.Pineapple quarter Hear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Man J
charms of salt water for four ) himself a lucky man to get: rid lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south Laura Streets. y Send for Pocket Memoranda Book.Groceries .

ycatsy and there are not mosquitoes of It a year ago. This law is, therefore, of range 41 east, containing; 150 acres.
Slips and Suckers. This tract has a largo frontage; on the
unjust to creditors but
If
In considerable
enoBgh America to drive me a
away St. Lucie River, two miles from the rail-

'fjvm It. I will dispose of this subject byasjfng number happen of the to members be of the debtor of the class legislature : If- Write for price on s. 1. Cayenne, road crossing. Price $15: per acre. EJ. :seC: Y.,

that w'e have mosquitoes, as every. their property Is likely to be sold under Abbaka, Jamaica Ripley and Queen slips No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township

**ifc re In new settlements on the sea j judgments or decrees, then they will favor and suckers to ,137, south range 41 east, containing 77 Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize

'eoait.Ve have no sandflles on the main. its passage. This is an Important E. C. B. TVNDALL, I acres. This tract has a quartet. of a ,
measure, and we will keep our readers.Ivlan.l Waveland, Fla. mile front on the Sr. Lucie Rifhc; at
tUuKf. \ )
iWe Noise
flies
save for three or .. of Its final dUnnnltlnn. Stuart Station. Price $35; per acre: "w I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
-
UMTT weeks In thelprlng. We have mospdteea Another unjust; bill i Is one- Introduced ;
Staple .Sc FUllcy GrOCcriCM Fru
[PINEAPPLE SLIPS No. 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, ,
In the rainy season In summer by Mr. Brady, of Polk county, providing ...., at Ewanton
for the publication of all ad lumen fronting on Biscayne Bay, And Food Products
legal
vert
There are none for eight or ten ; mile south of Cocoanut
ts in a single In each Heights; one Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
; paper county,
arnthsef the year. Theyare small but which shall be designated the AND SUCKERS Grove. Price $\OOl.( This price may

iodiutrous. Ou the shore of the bay, commissioners. This Is very by objectionable county land seem high, but If you will try to in buy any Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
fronting on Biscayne Bay, good
the continuous trade winds of summer and Impolitic. The county commissioners .
location, will get opened Ground Food and Wheat.
FOR SALE you your eyes
blow them away. In the woods they all the printing have a perfect for right the to give as to prices asked in that section. This I am the only house on'Indian River dealing exclusively the above to''

are bad at night and early morning.* We to one favored journal paid if by county fit tract is the only desirable parcel we Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and t
they see Of the Following
lute nets on our doors and windows and : but why should private parties have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. your patronage. Very truly ,
or corporations
..e de)not think much about them. It Is who happen to have to publish Red Spanish The price asked, $. ,OJO( will yield us a 33. X. BE-AD
fair and satisfied that
profit, we are
enough too that we have about legal; notices, be compelled to give
say one Porto Rico, nothing similar can be had at a much
all their to
,thousand people here who have patronage one newspaper ? higher price. This tract will no doubtbe
seen as
They pay their money and ate entitledto VARIETIES :: Smooth Cayenne
(_eels, of the good things of this world as take their choice, as the Florida Golden sold within a few weeks. FEASTER & IpITWISCH, r'Succe.son

tbo.e who think of coming, people of as Citizen says, in regard to this bill: Queen, No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres

Woe blood and thin skin, anllf we can.bolt "The measure would be unjust from Enville Ciby. close to the depot and post office at Mal
the standpoint of American freedom. It I abar. Large house with upper and lower to L. A. Coleman,
.
the mosquitoes for the short time would take from the man who is footing j.- Orders now taken. All first veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; In R'holeeale of sb

.. have them, we cannot be expected to the bill the right: of designating the paper class plants, and early delivery. Applyto fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, ail FLORIDA MEATS kinds
weep for those who ate too elegant and he preferred, or even expressing; a etc. Most all the land is cleared: 100 Dealers In
delicate to live where we are glad to choice as to whom he would rather give G. C. MATTHAMS, large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples I

dwell, and I have very little patience the patronage. It would effectually Florida Pineapple Co., This will make a nice home for anYbodY'j Orange and Vegetable Growers.
muzzle the press of small counties anowns d Good neighborhood. Price only
with a person who would take a delight. t where a share of the legal patronage West Palm Beach Fla. ---------- La Grange, FI
NOTK The above
:- descriptions will\
.f.l home, but is afraid a mosquito is absolutely necessary to existence ----------- -
enable customers to locate the several
fight t bite him now and then. The raoi. and make the editors of such papers
closely
properties by examiningone
very
lickspittles for the (board of
fIIvic.- are no drawback, except to the county of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com-
conimlnsioueis
older to favor
field, and such people would be no with said board, or drive them curry out of pany's railroad maps, but we will be DUREN & FEASTS
pleased to send special on a large
grant acquisition. We want people who the business entirely. Every man should maps
scale to who
on application, parties
will help clear and build have the right to spend his money when
us
beautlf
up a mean business and Intend to buy, If they --
and with whom he
.l tropical village, and get rid of this Insert pleases, even though can find such a bargain as they want.
It be In a case where the is
expenditure
and other drawbacks Incident to pi. made compulsory." ROUDIXS & GRAIIAM Co., GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Francis H, Leggett & C

meeting, and not the pamby class Many bills will be read for the third Titusville, Fla.
Jon.x A. McDoJCALD. time during the next few days, and put '
____ FiRe
u Grroceries.
upon their passage, provoking lively discussion

and the proceedings will be U E. MUNN, .......t. B. O. VANLANDINOHAM 8.e. TreuPIICENIX .

For Sale. much lion.more H. E.Interesting Sewall, of In Dude future.county, Is MILLS LUMBER CO. Fruits and Yegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all Mi

,
beginning to be heard from. He has

A pineapple plantation of twenty i introduced the following bills: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. _
.metes, on Indian River; dwelling and Hill No. 172, to encourage immigrationby Incorporated October ISM-BuMWMOrs to It. 1t...... A Co.
:packing houses; two acres under irrlgv constructing good roads in various tyAgents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Tour orders solicited.
ittom for vegetables. Enquire of counties of Florida, and providing for Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber

CHAS. UowLXsn, the assessment and collection of revenue Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling\ Flooring and unmatched Very Truly, Duran CJ Foastor
Waveland, Fla. for the purpose. lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all 'sizes

provisions Hill No. 173 of ,an to amend act to and encourage enlarge and the made as called for All Kinds Of I uldtngs, Turned and Scroll Work a RICHARD'W. GOODE. HOGG.

Sloop For Sale. promote Immigration In various counties Specialty One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experience, JAMES T.

For sale of Florida, ete. so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction Notary Public A: lD.unDtf
t sloop Irene, 40ftsl5ft; A bill has been Introduced to changethe : and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and In
18 27-100
mtge, ; in tint-class condl-
........ New sails: head-room in cabin. circuits boundaries of the stste of ,the which several provides judicial that the most satisfactory manner. tall and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Florida Real Estate Exchangty

Bart patty or trade boat of her alia on the seventh circuit-which at present Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.
u.. river 'Price, MOO.OO. Apply to embraces Volusla, Brevard Orange .
L c.. B. Tyndall. Waveland. or Capt. Dado, Osceola and Lake countlIhali : Write us for descriptive pric list.
Prtcr Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she be extended to Include Sumter county.
-I be seen. 'wit W* do not believe this ls a good plan. POSTOFFICE BOX I8O. _

Judge liroome has a large circuit as the
I E.Ublt.hd 1MM.i. boundaries stand at present, and finds it Souvenir Spoons Z MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.
no easy task to hold his court In the
various counties on the dates fixed' by
BARBOT
& CO. law. The addition of Sumter county -
,, would make his task more difficult. It < < <

General Commission. work a circuit judge too LUMBER
hardWhen he Is pressed for time and !
N compelled to hurry away from one county ARE A NICE THING at all times.A V
:I to reach another In time, the business .
s: rJ if j 8 1! R. of the court is hurriedly disposed of or
a
.:1 if A.o ':f :I left unfinished until the next term and beautiful line atANTIIONY > We are Lmnltf
- co .:::s .. A.o J the ends of Justice sometimes suffer In making special prices on
5'J
oAe consequence. We think the better plan
C'I.NEW would be for the legislator to take IWOS., The Jewelers, Lath and Shingles in car lots ball points Sooth on'IJ t tI.
,
steps to treat anew circuit, to be ,

ORtE'ANS.LA, j(known udgeahlp.a* the The eighth continued, and treat development another TitusvWe Fla. ,J I., St. A. &: I. R. R'y. For full particulars, AddressBUILDERS'

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THM Baak.I
3iFERENCEt f MtrwlltM. Ba.... 4 ot the stat and increase In population "W'n.toh T 3ELoi3cil2rl.ra.ar .
,(CwotmweUl A..*a.*... I render this course necearv. SUPPLY co.
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