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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 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
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00128
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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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ol. 1O. No. IS. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1S95. Price, 5c.



FOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully -Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and family Purser E. W. Dtckson\ Is on the sick I -Take note of the new time tables on Shi it Ashore.
,
,of Courtenay, were In town Tuesday list today.Mr. i 7th page.
t A Topic of General Interest.ty n.1r- Advertisements on this ( ) The British ship Walter W Walled,
M E. Iruhcr left here for Jacksonville
end Judge John D. Broome and Mates -Mr. C. J. Octrlnger has been spending
page are ten c'ntsl'u line per week, In command of Capt. Price, ran ashoreon
J. D. arrived In town { on a short visit yesterday morn- In Cocoa this week..
are continued from week to week unless Attorney Beggs, a day or so the southwest reef at Tort last
and General Ooutp In connection otherwise ordered. Reading; notices to attend Circuit Court Ing. upas
on Monday
leavefor
-Miss Hattie Hale expects<< to
week. She WAS loaded with lumlier
and L k Worth ,
h Indian River a.e. any page/ but the first are the! cents
,
per Judge J. I). Broome will leave
1 n. during pat week. Brief mention of line each insertion. -Capt A. Bennett's house-boat Roc!.-- on Palntka today or tomorrow.We and on her way from Mobile to Belfast

from Varlont Part Gallie has been this afternoon's steamer, bt. Lucle\ en
mtlnff: Event ester, of Eau lying; near are pleased to note that Mrs.

the World! About People Ion KnowPeople Tax KAOIE: CIOTIIIMI STORE, In the the city wharf a day or so this week. route to Juno to hold court. Walter R. Watson Is now convalescent. The Shipping of IleaiiH.

You Don't KnowI'Icked ADVOCATE block, Tilusville, are the t
d -:Mr. A. I'. Gardner has been confinedto
Hotel Ormond has closed after
Society Editor. loading clothiers the Kant Coast of a i Mate's Attorney J. 1) lleggs was
Our / on
by house So heavy has been the shipment\ of
the owing to \Illness, this week.
Florida. Give them a tiial.WIIEKE very successful season. Hotel Coquina, called home yesterday, owing to Illnessin
beans from Indian River of late
Onriond Beach, still remains oll'n. We are pleased' to note that he Is now his family.Mr. snap
Improving.An that over 301) crates bad to bo left on the
our 4th to and stop.7th See list of hotels on -The Misses Nina and Edith bollee, J. E. Arnout, of Orlando, passed Cocoa platform of the Fl.igler Railway
pages./ eminent Italian physician recommends -
oC. of Jacksonville, have been visiting their through here yesterday afternoon, on on Tuesday, three loaded express cars
p plcrate of ammonium as an In-
TRILIIY stick pins at Anthony Bros.Dxrn cousin, MUs Annie Sums, New bmynu, fallable cure for Intermittent fever or his way to Fort Pierce.Messrs. were attatcliptl to the nurth-bound train

this week. chills and fever. Crabb and O'Brien.have just the same moinlng.

blanks lOc each; $:.5.00 per 100, at -The name of the Bay View house, purchased a new Monarch bicycle from i
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Welch 'of Boston .
1' the ADVOCATE office. Cocoanut Grove, has been changed to Mr. A. 8. Thompson.Do Off for Illsoajiie llti)'.
I who spend each winter at their
the Peacock Inn. Visitors to BUcayneBay
WATCH, clock and jewelry repairing. will please remember! this. place on Ilinana: river, returned home not forget that a game of Living Dr. Walter S. (Gialuim editor of the

Anthony Bros. wards on Wednesday.' Euchre will be played at the Opera ADVOCATE; Mr. Wm. M. Brown, cashier

D -The Western Union Telegraph Co.'soffice -Mrs. S. H. and left holme on Wednesday, May 8th. of the Indian River Mate hank: ; and
a STOP at the City{ Barber Shoji-white will be removed from the Indian Happcrsctt family

barbers. Razors honed. here last Saturday: on a visit to M rll. Capt. T. W. Lund and Mrs. R. II.McMillan Supt. S, F. Gray, of the Tltumllle Eleo-
River hotel to the :bcrlmgeonr/ building
tomorrow.Mr. J. P. Turner, KlDora-by-the-bea.: Theyare of Jacksonville, have been trio Light ('0., left here Tuesday: afternoon
Washington avenue,
TEETII carefully extracted by Dr. M. D. on expected home to-morrow. visiting their parents In town this week. on a trip to lliscnvne hay They

L. Dodson. f)0 cents per tooth. Office C. C. Chlllingworth/ a prominent will return lit; two weeks' tune It I Is
-The big advertisers! who kept Archdeacon II. F. Brown will hold
on Hutchlnson avenue, Titusville. follower of Blackstone, has had the UI'th'lr
will to West
probablo they on Key ,
the hard times service next the 28th go
removed advertising through divine on Sunday' ,
wife
remains of his deceased and return home by of Putt Tampa.The .
IL n (TRAIN, Hour, meal, pits, cotton seed i from Juno to West Palm Beach. all made money; and why don't our Inst., at 11 a. m. and 7.M:: )'. in., III bt. way

meal and blood, bone and potash at i Indian River tradesmen! do likewise:? Gabriel's Episcopal: church.
Baker & Holmes' Branch House, -Would It not be well for the St. Steamer St. JIIKII tll1".
Titusville, Fla. I Augustine Daily Piess to study the -We acknowledge receipt of the "Re -Miss Ida It. Bates' private school

before port of the Commissioner of Agricultureof / will close to-day (.Friday). Miss Bates '
I Japan-China treaty a little more The Indian River Steamboat Co. *

FOR first class shoemaking and repairing writing such nonsense as the editorialIn the State of Florida, for the period! expects to stop In town a few days: steamer bt. Augustine, left Lake Worth

call on J. A. Daughtrv at Mr. Nolle'a beginning Jan. 1, 1811,1; and ending Dec. before leaving for Xashvllle, Tenn.
Monday's Issue ? for Tltusvllle last week, but owing to

THK merchant who crumbles and ftlgha, old stand, Titusville, Fla. Messrs.: George, Arthur and J. L. 31, 1804." -We acknowledge receipt of a "Re the heavy weather at sea she failed get

And turn up the white of hltelgliiIn with the the Condensation of Atmospheric
otes on Experiments port on bar Not wishing( to
the run
KIITOW and pique GREAT reduction on bread at Fischer's Colee are down in D.ulo county, doing over any
tarauM trade,very wlqne.U I bakery. Usual size loaves selling/ for considerable surveying for the Florida Pineapple," Is an eight page pamphlet Moisture," from Prof. Mark W. Harrington risk, the captain returned the steamer to
the who won't advertlgnt
man 'Lithange.3T Sets and 4cts. Lower river orders Coast Line Canal and Transportation just to hand from Prof. O.
promptly attended to. Agricultural Experiment Station, Lake bureau
Company.The more propitious weather, The St. Augustine

City, Fla. -Dr. M. I). L. Dodxon leaves here on made another attempt to go out
JOB PRIXTIXG at this office. steamer bweeney has
Flagler
; the stock of fine cloth- -
HAVE you seen -Mayor Goo. B. Swift, of Chicago, Monday morning next for Tampa, to early Monday moinlng. She succeeded,
top children's shoes at Julius Kline', been hauled up on the ways at Cabbage
:?' The ADVOCATE tore may and Mrs.be had Emma atscreven's Titusville. He Is selling them at the Inland, south of Palm Beach, for some who was rccenly elected by majority) of attend the meeting of the State' Dental and although It Is said she had rather a
drug
r : low price of $1.25.: 50,000 votes, has been spending several association He will probably lie there rough outside l passage the St. Augustine
Jtoo' news stand, 5c. per copy. days post, and Contractor Beers Is doing
days at his place on Lake Woith. He the hole of the week arrived safely In Tltusvllle early on Tuesday
deal of work her.
a good upon\
-The ADVOCATE don't cost you threettper To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE returned! north the end of last week. -Mr. John Elntg: one of Jacksonville's : morning. Copt Jones was In com
,' week, postage included, when block, Titusville. Excellent location -On Tuesday May 7th, at Sfi0o'clock : I mand.
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has been
,ken by the year. Possession may be had at a. m., an examination of applicants Brother editors will oblige by giving \ well known Inventois,

once. Apply to Hotbins A Grahamor for certificates w ill be held before credit to the "Titusville Aimx-ATE" : spending a couple of day In town as the I I
Honor and shame from no condition rise, C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, taken from guest of Sheriff E. Bowman. Yesterday The laud! of The Indian HUer
well and advertise! J. H. bams, at the Titusville when clippings are our paper -
'c your part- widely Titusville. bupt :
"Advocates" lather I afternoon he left for Fort Plorce and Steamboat Co.
school-house. The examination fee will as are plentiful
:apt and Mrs. J. B. Smith, of White City. '
MONEY. We want money to loan on first be throughout the country.Mr. .
Tropic, were In town on Saturday last. the old The Indian River Steamboat co
Is ipanyesteamer
Ten cent fl.If -Mr. Fred F. Taylor having
real estate
mortgages. per don't advertise goods to Henry W. Merrill, manager! of
--The Lucie brought lender. Gaulden you your I hotel bt. Lucle, will make her last
steamer St. upIboUI free of all expenses to Potnclana hotel I'alm Beach house north of the Indian River

isoi, crates of beans on Sunday & Sanders, Titusville and West Palm i let people know what you have to sell, the Royal his, demolished, as he did not like Its appearance. trip to Jupiter this (Friday) afternoon
Beach, Florida.A nobody else will do it for you. A storekeeper passed through here, Tuesday, on
here
Sunday morning. Manyof
late He has also hart the brick returning
be
He will found at the
north.
would-be
cannot expect a purchaser way
-Mr. John Henry, of Melbourne NICE line of hair pins, side combs belt to tramp over the town to find Crawford House, White Mountains X.II. chimneys rebuilt, and placed outside the our river people will\ regret the taking

!leach, his been enjoying himself in town buckles, silver novelties, cheap at Anthony the merchant who sells a certain article. ., this summer. hotel on the north side off of these steameis, for they have certainly

his week. Bros., Titusville, Fla. -Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dicksou and done some good service. There I
-Miss Bertha Barelle, who has been -Dr. M. W Llchty, of Fort Pierce, will, probably, soon bo an opportunityfor
-Mr, Gus P. Anthony paid a visit to Chas. K. Ken- will act as surgeon, for the J., bt. A. A: Edwlnawlll probably leave here sometime
WE!: now have money to loan In sums to visiting her sister Mrs. our residents and others Interested
bl. Georgiana place on Friday last, reining suit an approved real estate security. yon, for several weeks past, returned I. It. railway Co., at West Palm Heath, next week, on a visit to relatives Jn on Indian River to purchase a steamer

next day. Send in applications. Robbins tit'' the absence of Dr /btltes who Georgia From there they will go to
your home to Boston on Saturday t. Mr. during cheaply; and then, If they deem it necessary
the home of Mrs, nlxon'lparenti.
-Miss Rose E. Cleveland, sister of Graham Co. Kenyon accompanied her as far an Jacksonville will spend the summer with his family Alabama, to the purchasers can resume operations
We hope to see them back
resident Cleveland, was a guest of CAR of best octagon bean crates just returning Monday. In Pennsylvania.Mr. here next winter. on a smaller and more economical

Rottl uqulna, Ormond, last week. arrived at Baker A Holmes. This lethe -Miss Kate Pritchard, who has been F. W. Lyman, who spends his anala.

--Mr. Ed. btillng, Cocoa's prominent last car we will have. Order spending several months with her uncle winters at Georgiana, came up to town -
(350 100 crates cash
quickly; per ; "Sheriff Kurtz Kllle.l. '
hardware merchant, was a pleasant with order. Include freight to pay and aunt in Xew York, returned home Friday last, and left, next day, for Volusia The. Homo Itncc,

caller at the ADVOCATE office on Monday stations. on Saturday last, much to the pleasureof county, to examine his orange I
last;
AKTIIUH J. DOYLE Titusville, Manager; Fla., her many friends Miss Kate Is looking grove He will then leave for Kansas Sheriff News Jeff.arrived Kurtz here, of Volusla night county that Which took place on Saturday afternoon -

-Mr II J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, re remarkably well after her northern City, Mo._ ,. who went to arrest a negro near Ormondyeeterday last at Coleman's. La Grange, wa

turned home on Monday, after spending visit. -! L. ullr. H. Illngham, the popular, afternoon, "U eiiiet m the attended by quite a number our townspeople

everal who front clerk at Hotel Ormond, has lift for attempt. Kurtz Is a brother of the man l ,who drove out In their bugglo
lays at the Cordova, St. Augustine CareTakerf'artted., -Mr. and Mrs. II. C. cStokes, who killed\ Tom Smith some time ago.
I have been spending about a year In Peru Hartford, Conn. lie will occupy a similar The day was perfect In all respects and

with Anderson & the ground wa In good condition.
Messrs.
Tlicre was a change of schedule on Wanted for an orange grove and an i and other parts of South America, position : Another Wedding

"w Flagler Railway on Monday, when eight/ acre sugar cane field, on Indian I passed through here, Saturday last, on Price, at Mount Pleasant House, White The principal race wa between Budl-

River, a man and wife, with two or three at Hobe Sound. Mountains, thiliummer.Archdeacon not Prltchard'. Iron-gray, Satan, who
northbound train left here at 12:07: adult sons accustomed to the above kind their way to their home Miss Battle 1.. Jarvls was married to ridden by Dixie bummerlln, of O.

net the southbound at 2::28 p. m. of work Send full particulars to C. II. I They said they had seen some lively B. F. Brown gave the Mr. Edwin L. Kalgleron Wednesday afternoon wa

Dame( to Walton, ADVOCATE office, Titusville, times when In South America especially last of Interesting lectures on Wednesday at the residence of the bride' teen, and Alex. Carlisle' Jim Raccoon
Rumor tells the ADVOCATE
I The bride lethe unknown ridden Bert Masterlyof
Fla. revolutionists.Mr. "The Reformation." The parents, In St. Augustine. (the ) by
the night-
look out for two more marriage down among daughter of General Freight Agent St Augustine; distance 200 yard

the river shortly. One of the ladle I* i I Henry J. Anthony came up attendance was much better \than on W. J. Jarvls, of the Flaglor/ railway, and the winner going the distant
Wall Satan was
,
'ell known in Tltusvllle; but we do not Pai er. from his place at Georgiana last Saturday the previous occasion, and the lecture I II known by many In Tltusvllle\ a* she side this
In 11| second. $150 a were
and Annie
I was listened to with much attention.Mrs. visited the busses Jeanette
few In
Cart to publish the name yet. We have a large stock of all kinds of and after spending a days I'addlson several days last July stake, Jim Raccoon being backed by

-W hand samples and pricesof town started for White Sulphur Springs Fred Munson, who has been After the wedding the happy pair left
acknowledge, with thanks, receipt wall paper on Messrs. J. W. Roger and H. T. Titus.
Of a "Register of Vanderbilt which will be forwarded upon addressing yesterday. He has been suffering rather spending about a year at Georgians for for Macon, Ga., where they will reside. I It II I said a good deal of money changed

severely from rheumatism, and will try the benefit of her health, came up to They have the best wishes of the
'BiTersity, for 189.and; Announcement CHAFFEE A Co., Druggists, ADVOCATE for a prosperous, long, and hands over this raee.l"rogreMJI .
for 1805-96." The above university Titusville, Flit the water ofhe springs for a time to town on Wednesday to spend a few days happy life

located in see If he cannot derive some benefit with her relatives-Mr. and Mrs. R. F. of the Canal.
Xashvllle, Tenn.
Hall before for her home In
therefrom.S. leaving
-Mr, F G. Jungblut, one of Chicago' The New Process Gasoline Stove Graham of Graham' hotel Wisconsin, for where she expect to To Inspect the Work of the Th lower dredge of the East Coast

inter visitor to Indian River'and Lake F. C. L. C. Jt. T. Co.
Worth Palatka, mentioned elsewhere as goingto start to-morrow. Canal company I Is now In the creek cons
died last week and buried
wa A good baker Bay bought two lot from -Judge A. K. Heyser, of Juno, ha monly known a* Lake Whiner The two
on Biscayne ,
Enter Sunday. A gentleman writing A record breaker, The Times-Union correspondent at
? ADVOCATB from : A home maker, Mr. Brickell, of Miami, on the bay been In town a day or so this week, and St. Augustine says that Senator Robert dredge are less than three mile apart

\\4\le JL \ Chicago lays TIs such a "taker," front, and but a few hundred feet from gave our office a pleasant call He say Morrow and Representative Zlm and and, when cam the other day by Capt.

formed south the late Mr. Jungblut The "Xew Process** the mouth of the Mlama river It Is his Juno U rather dull at present, with only Chapman, comprising the legislative I Geer, one of them dug her length seven

haYt many acquaintance; and, a* you For sale right away, intention to get some kind of a hotel one train a week, and no telegraph or committee to Inspect the progress made ty-six feet la an hour. At this rate, U Is
met him, you know that he wu ama By Ray 4 Day, by the East Coast Canal company In be In !. .
8I&IOu.-Weat PalmBeach office Judge Heyser who thought they will\ together *
Fla. for the coming telephone
i sterling worth all the Titusville, ready opening a waterway from St. Augustineto
best trait possessing Buy It, Gazetteer.D. was much pleased with the ADVOCATE' the lower coast, arrived here Wednesday than a month, says' the Tropical Sun
to be found In any one. He It and left Immediately after the two dredge meet th*
Try new offices, returned home on yesterday morning A. soon M
11&1 Blscayne
of Lemon
temperate, kind, good and charitable And you wont d.n1lL M. Conolly, City, afternoon' train. In a launch with Mr. George F. Miles, Mantanza will go down to the Bay and

and hone t In bnslne*." Bay; has built a kiln and burned manager of the company Mr. Bailey northward while the wig w

the coraline rock, and with which he has -Mr. Chas. it SerjeanUon, writing us also Interested, and Captain Marwtte.UTC" work Blscayne
telegram from Washington, D.C., -Mr. S. Barton, of Sew York, was In ask the. ADVOCATE work on toward the south from New
shys tb. made more than ninety barrels of pure from Shrewsbury, Eng.,
fourth assistant still lower of the rout .
postmaster town Monday. River The portion *
This that the letter publishedIn
nit:to white lime of excellent quality. to state

*bcr>,4ctlon in the New Smyrna cue, -Judge J. B. Galnes,of Leesburg, paid lime, when mixed with muck soil, will Mr. J. X. logrsham's book:, "inior. Senator Robt Morrow, of Tltusvllle that between New River and Biscay.

*:& the postmistress wu charged Titusvill a visit on Tuesday. make a first-class fertilizer eonsequett- nation to Homeseekers," under which J. L. Chapman, of Plymouth, Fla; and Day, will not offer any serious obstacle to

refusing to accept certain new*. Louis W. Zlm, of Orange Dale, Fla., who rapid advancement. There are numerous -
K. Foster of Sanford, wu Is valuable his was really written by
,
tap.. which -Judge E. ly )lr. t'onolly's experiment name) appears, by the Senate to exam-
made appointed I
an attack upon ale were stream which can be utilised. *.
& relatlv attending court on Wednesday.Mr. not only to himself, but to this entire Mr. Machattle, of hobo Sound. Mr. Ins the work done by the F. C. L. C.
This hu been pend It I II known that daring thu
*, for case Arthur Odlin, one of Orlando' section.: The Urn U first-class for bergeantson' name got there by mistake, .t T. Co., arrived In town this (Friday) fact, now ,
month, and It I* known that the Mr. II. Galllard, of St. Aujrustln rainy season, .t high tide large boat
rot,-,Sk well known attorney ha been attending whitewashing, u It I* unusually hard owing to the fact that be sent the articleto morning.
inspector: who visited the He wishes U to accompany them. Mr. Geo. F. can make the trip Inside from the Bay to
.fE, thll1l'eek. and durable. Other tests of the usefulness Mr. Ingrabam.
e recommended that she be di*- court i Mite, manager of the company, will ar- New River. So It .U probable ah* near
Slag, of the Southern of corallne rock will be made, and be distinctly understood that Mr. Mac- rive on this afternoon' train, when all
Wagstaff '
Xo W. S.
-EdItor Canal
action ha
been taken, how future will.. the East Coast open
tTh, ud It Tourist Jacksonville, ha been hi some startling result are expected to battle was the author of the article: on will wnUnue their journey down Indian .
now seems probable that Blver. ,to traffic.
Hob Sound
IOIit wW be takee town a day or V thli week. follow.







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THE EAST COAST CANAL. spread over an area of twenty-three feet Clyde Steamship. Co7

and bear tomatoes weighing an average

( Transportation to Blscayne Bay via of hay a pound, a volunteer vine, In uncultivated -

the East Coast Canal In the near future land, and I am confident It

y4M2 Is now assured, says the Lantana correspondent carried a bushel of tomatoes la different

I of the Citizen. The two stages of growth at one time

dredges now at work on the canal are "Blscayne pine land \II the best place

rapidly approaching each other, leas for gardening In the United States, andIt

than three miles separating them. At will soon be appreciated and the winter

the rate at which the work has been gardener must go there, or be left
raVOLDIfES
progressing recently, this distance will 'out. My space will not permit me to go

be covered In less than a month. The Into other crops, but what I have said

canal will then be complete to New for tomatoes apply equally to all garden

River The Mantanzas will then pro crops, others needing different treatmentand and
New York Charleston Florida Lined
gd ms.Hood's ceed to the bay and work northward, more skill and experience."The ,

while the Biscayne will keep on digging Renfro Brothers, who own landat

her way southaid. That portion of Blacayne, dug up a bed In the shore- I The magnificent Steamships of this Line area
is Good enough to plant four cabbage COULD BE WRITTEN
the route between New River and the prairie large '
filled with the testimony of women pointed to sail as follows :
fertilize/ them ,,'ell. and
plants,
has several which be
Pure bay streams can who have been made well and Calllng'at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways
Makes BloodScrofula utilized. The opening of the canal will they have Informed me that without any
strong by Dr. Pierce' Favorite (BTAIIDARD TIME.I
the four heads
fill long felt. want thousands of further cultivation ,
a as Prescription.It's From New York, From '''rlunft,1I101ol'lerlll.
Thoroughly Eradicated. crates of vegetables wilt be raised and weighed eighty-two pounds. I saw the a medicine that's made ( E. R.) STEAMER ('h".I.'h'' yrsionWenneeday

"C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, MM I.. shipped, whereas heretofore but a few plants when half grown, know the gentlemen pecially to build women's en Friday, Jr." 27 ru. :: 3.00 8.00: f u m..r1IER"KER.: ALtttt\t1'IN ::" Tneadav Thursday: Apr" va

"It ll with pleasure that I give yon the details hundred crates would the annual named, and believe this to be up Tuesday, Apr I: at 3.00 I' m .KlMI\OLE; : ""n,lAY,
cover and,
strength to women's ail- .. .. !
Th mralay
euro ,
e. at 3.1M m. "I1..I"I. 1
of our little Ma'lllcknen and her return to and 'ridav, fI ; .. !
Onions strawberries
output. There has been a rumor cur- strictly true. merits-an invigorating restorative Monday; 5, at Rib p m.. (IIt,100Kt. .. I'"nlla. 14 ,
health by the use of Ilood'i Sariaparllla She ,
Tueedev
war taken down with rent that a railroad would be built from all the garden crops have been tried and tonic, soothing cordial, and bracing Frtdav ttedneeday":: :: l : : a.lo a.eo: t m m.::" AL/I"\t1.KEMi\OI..Thursday. IN.:::: : ;, .. I' .,eTuesday I

Fever and Bad Cough. Xew River the but all sorts of hate all succeeded. Irish potatoes equalto nervine 10 8.00 m Iiitm' l'tIR Kundav, : 'I I r ,
a ; to bay, ; purely vegetable, non- Friday, :: 10: :: 3..a:. t: ail. .('HEROKE:...:..Thursday, : a ai
FollowIng this a sore came on ber right side between rumors Lave been floating In the air those of Bermuda, are to be seen nowIn alcoholic, and perfectly harmless.For Monday :n. at 8.0. fI m .A':"0' t'IN..' Kunday ,
the two lower rlbi. In short time office land. Wednesday" 24, at 800 m...... SEMINOI.L.... Tue.da "
a another on prairie fI
last visited the my grown all the functional "
since the .
Flagler party derange- Friday 211, at 3.00 fI m..... 1RNl'OIS.. ....m i j. MaTlte..y.
..
broke the left tide. She would
spells of lore on mouth and when we had succeedd take. buy country. None of them are authentic Sweet potatoes can be planted from ments, painful disorders, and chronic 30. .t 8.00 I' m. CIILROKLE: : .,..8unday, ,

< In overromliiK! this she would suffer with attacks I though, as Mr. Flagler refused to vines at all seasons of the year weaknesses that afflict womankind, e New York Hired.
of high fryer and eipel MiKxIjr looking "Of the tropical fruits and annuals the "Favorite --
corruption llrr head was affected and! matter talk for publication of his future Inten- many Prescription" is the

ooxea from her ears. After each attack the be- I tions. It Is known, however, that the that we grow my space will admitno only! guaranteed remedy.It's Philadelphia and Jacksonville Lines,

: canal will be cut through to Biscayne mention, except that they are soon a legitimate medicine that
Hood's5 Cures Weekly s rrl* between .larkwmIlle and I'hlla<1pl| li1a, calling at rhsrlem I ( >c
Bay, and this fact causes the correspondent to be cultivated for market, as we can corrects and cures. If it doesn't fast freight SUsaiblhlp* "OnelUa":; andMu: :! >all" are apiimntetl; to sail a* fullc.n-

came worse and all treatment failed to frtr her, to doubt the probability of any ship by rail next winter and pat man- benefit or cure, you have your FROM PHILADELPHIA. bTEAMMIIP.: FBOM .IA< XM.xntSaturday
relief until we began to 110 IhHHI'.lIauMI..rllla..A'aer
. she had taken one-half bottle we could ire extension of the East Coast Line south goes, sappodillos, alligator pears, paw money back.It March 30th. . . OXE1UA... Ape< itl\
that she was better. We continued until she ward this the of paws, or strawberries in Chicago In fifty mutt have been the medicinefor Saturday, April Oth . . . .WI YAI1. . . . }'rlda). Apr!' a I
bad taken three bottle Now the looks Ilk. summer, or building widen most women, or it couldn't be Saturday, April 13th ... . .ONEl'JA. . . .. Frida). Apn L|nj
hours. .The as we
The Bloom of Healthand any new road to that country within the possibilities sold on such terms.Isn't Saturday, April 20th . . . W1NYAII.. . : . Fridaypnnl!. l
ll fat ai a pig. We feel grateful; ,and cannot next year unfold the subject, and we have offered any Saturday, April 27th. . . O E1DA. . .. . . FricU). Majjr|
'ay too much In favor of Hood's HarsHparllla" attractions for the Industrious it likely to be the medicinefor
Ma.A. M.ADAMS. Inman, Tell ee.ee. enough your
man who wishes to better his condition,
Hood's Pill act easily, yet promptly and IIISCAYNK UA Y. Sold by druggists everywhere. St. Johns Hirer Linc.
who wishes to Increase
effloleuUjr,on the liver and bowel 2So.KOCIKTIK8 or the man of means -
his store or enjoy the delights of
----- -- -- -- -- --- ---- How Can n Mnu Get n Living on
the only slat| of tropical country' coveredby -- ------ For Sanford, ,Enterprise and Intermediate Points or|
ETC.
,
Ulscayne Bay ? best land In
our glorious flag. The
TENNYSON'S FLOWERS.The the St. Johns River.The .
Free and Is the Important question which Col. M, 41 can be bought at ten dollars per
a direct from the settlers. There Is Poet Makes Many References to Bean
John A. McDonald treats in the follow acre
cloth Blossom In ills Work. Elegant Iron tide-Wheel Steamers
free land for one hundred thousand If
Accepted Masons log article : I Tennyson speaks of "a skin as clean .CITY OF J11CIiSON'PILL ,"
will back few miles or settleon
a
"Mr. Gaunt, from New Jersey, came they go and white as privet when it flowers," SHAW

here, a young man. lIe took a grub hoe the uneurveyed prairies. Bay frontsare and truly the privet, with its prim CAl'T. W. A. ,

IndIan TltnllVllle and 'grub stake,' as we say in the far our rockiest lands, and are only leaves and small, white flowers, looks I* appointed to sail from Jacksonville Sundays,Tuesday* and Friday at 3 JO: p. m tots|

River Fla. west. lie grubbed two acres of land on calculated for residence property. Theyare like a very Puritan for neatness and turning leave Sanford Mondajs,Wednesday and Saturday at 11:00.. ui

Lodge, '' No. 00 another man's homestead, got credit for selling at all the 'way from *250 to simplicity. Referenoes to the flowers of
They are for the rich, our gardens, of course, abound, and 80 HOCND. SCHEDULED I WKTfiIkOlt.
$2,000 acre.
two tons of fertilizer, and with his own per Read Gown, Kr"1 r,

I!}olds.of at earh lie tin meettnir p.month m. ,the at the IMCnnranll Court; house fourth,Titusvilla Friday hands work and made all a his crop expenses that paid, and him next for season his and here we; but need those such prlc people l'do to bring not stand money In many reader.will than occur The rose at once and to the the lily Tennyson play III Leave"" ::E f: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::.Jacksonville....Palatka.Astor. ...::::::::::::::::::::: :::: Arne Leave. '110 ISIt!mat!,:

J.Mmnr.L: 8. II. JtAT, the of'people of small means, as the more a commonplace part .. 130 a. m. .............. ...........St Franel...................... .... .. J''a.i:
Sec. W. M.KXIGHT9 the ground was better, with no way "Maud," where indeed all the flower 11.30 a. m. ........ .... ........... Hereoford....,.................. .... 12Mto

grubbing to do, and to mate a tomato land they want Is cheap and plentiful. are interested spectators of the drama Arrive" earn 530 :: :: :::::::::::::::.::::::::.Hine.Sanford.S'' rings.:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: I Il.eat yell

OF PYTHIAS. crop on land that is ready, la a light "The recent freezes have compelled so Passages such asA .. 1124 a. m. .... ......................Enterprise... ........ .......... .... .. ''I..1IIo.
Seminole Ixxlice,No.' :JR, hold Its moetlni! at task. many to seek some means other than walk of rasa ran from door to door,
the Court house, the first four Thursday evenInin culture to make a living until A walk of llllee crossed It to the bower, General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville!! |
of each month,at I o'clock p.m. "One thousand men can come here. orange from the "Idylls: ," might have boon M. H.CLYDE, A.T. M., F. M. IRONMONGER,JR.,Fla,Pass Act. ]
8. D, O Bio en, C. L. Hoses, They need buy no land. They can get the trees are restored that there Is great written by many others, and bell flow 5 Bowling Green sew Tork.THEO. 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,.f.|

C.C. K.ofR.&S. all the land they want to use If they will danger of glutting the market with era, though we may be grateful to Tennyson O. EOOER,T. M., JKO.L.HOWARD,Fla.Fr't Agt.,

GUARDS. clear It, and have It till they are well spring und summer products. At Biscayne I for preserving the old fashioned 6 Bowling; Green,New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jaiksonvlllr!|
INDIAN RIVER a girdener has the winter market, A.J COLE,General Passenger Agent: J. A. LESLIE,Superintendent
their labor. If bells
for cannot
they
paid name "Canterbury are easily
Drill at the county jail! every 6 Bowling Oreen,New York Foot Hogan St,MtksuntUb.Fil
Tuesday rli'rlhl"i n at( o'clm'k. make enough to buy land In a year or which Is the best, and no place north of paralleled from many pcets. Perhapsthe D. D. C. MIMI, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia

A. T. FaasrsKCapteln, two, they don't need land, for It would Biscayne can attempt to compete with beautiful line, "Love, like an Alpine WM. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents,

- not be profitable. There Is land here him."I harebell, hung with tears, deserves an 1. So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphia. a Bowling Green New Toro

CHUKCHI. that the owner will permit gardeners to have the names now of over five especial mention. He has written a 1
poem to the snowdrop,'which is styled
Florida who desire
hundred in
several and persons
clear and use for years, pay "February Fair Maid," and it forms a
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. for the clearing when they need the to go to the Biscayne region, and of a fitting part of his picture of "St. Agnes Southern

ttrvlce the lot and 3rd Sunday In each land, unless the gardener has had It long great number outside the state. Eve," which, as W. E. Henley has b
.
mouth, at II a in. and T;3I) p m. Hunday school
every Humlav at t,.JO p. .anu o service) at enough to pay him. "A newspaper office has been purchased pointed out, is so dazzlingly pure In its
I p. m. on Wednesday* everyFriday "I experimented with tomatoes and and will soon be there. Two whiteness and a contrast to Keats' brilliantly .
at 10 a.
in.REV. II. F. BROWM Rector. produced at the rate of five hundred' saw mills, a wood-working factory and colored poem on the same subject -aw rRailway. ]

bushels to the acre. I have gathered other business and Industries are pre- .
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Of the early spring, with its violets,
be wise for
paring to and It will
bushel of excellent tomatoes go
Sabtmthatita.mn and T:30p.m. nearly a primrose and: crocuses, our poet 1* never ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST
every AND
B.'t'br:: school at a:51; a. m Christian I Ender. from one vine In eight months, beginningIn those who wish to go, to secure what tired and has avowed: his especial love QUICKEST ROUTE
vor meeting at SJO p. m., prayer meeting: they want before the great rush next
Wednesday at Tkm p.n. All are rorillallv Invited November. I have gathered fourteen for April, being an Elizabethan in thin, THROUGH
to attend. REv. W. T. VBALK, Tailor. beautiful medium-sized tomatoes from a fall."II. a* in many other things, so that it i in PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

young vine at one picking, and Kirk M. Flagler, Florida's greatest surprising to find comparatively little COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS
METHODIST CHURCH Munro, the world-wide celebrity as a benefactor, has been on the bay, and will mention of the daffodil It is hardly to ,
Service. at Tltusvllle every first second and before long our conntry to the be found anywhere, except in "Maud"and THOROUGHFARE I
third Hal.Vath at II a. m. and T p. m.\; Hundav poet, author and a man who has eaten open COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAIN
school at 10 octal a.mevery Sunday; Epworth In of world world. I will send parties of four or the "Sonnet to the Nineteenth Century .
good parts our ,
3 p. m. every Sunday) Prayer meetingT things many "Here in this roaming of
\: moon
tk'\
from Jacksonville the and
to
every Thursday night. The public are lives here. He ate some of my tomatoes more bay "
cordially Invited to attend our service daffodil and croon Perchance Tennyson WITHOUT CHANGE TO
return for $10 each Including all ALL POINTS NAMED.\
and I believe he will certify that way
8. W. JJlWLER, Pastor. felt that it had been so fully celebrated
they were the best he ever ate anywhere expenses, by ship. The Flagler systemIs elsewhere as to beoome hackneyed

BAPTIST CHURCH. It Is a matter of public notoriety that offering cheap rates. in spite of all its beauty.-Good Words North: woad: FIw4.t. North: wnd: Ve.t.

Preaching every first second and fourth Sunday tomatoes grown on the limestone pine "As Interested or frivolous persons are
*. Prayer Meetings every Tuesday eveningM1 Beat of IneandMocn .*.....*. AU TiAINt -,51t. ': ,!'
: now Industriously misrepresenting illscayne DAILY .. ::. :::
: ,
o'cla-k. fling Service every Friday evening lands of Biscayne are the finest In the ......... ALL TRAIIII DAILY. .
It ha been shown that cotton wool .tlL" ..... .._'
at o'clock.\ Hnnilay rVhool every Sunday at world and sold for the I will be glad to give names of .aml.
whole highest
10 a, m. All are cordial I Invited to attend. are cotton cloth and black silk would be set 1iJacksoavfle, FC6!.... 11 00 am a 20 Lv JacksntWe F.C.a P.. .-;;;;; 5'e
who have visited
responsible anrst ....
H. A. OiiOEa, factor. obtained and have been sellIng persons pm "
143
)se
prices ever on tint in two to six minutes if satnrat. 5 &ywnah I :p ltnNlt, Soutbern.. I 4t pm 10 f'
all the past winter and are now sellIng Blscayne since the freeze, and who will Cclumble: souther.:. pm 30 6. pm l r. Yea,, ;; 17sN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.Service ed with India rubber and packed aroundan A Charlotte, .... 671pm imam .. Atlapte : U :::: I ON
from $4 to $0 basket carrier verify my statements; and to any repu- .. 1106 pm I IT am -
at per electric of 83 candle Cha&taooop.. e 11 am
glow lamp m
hall 1I
at 10 a m.every Sunday, in over pow i b ...
..
Balumo am s 36 ..
Indian River State Hank. Children'catechismat holding 21 ]>ecks, and our freight to New table person who will call on me before er, but would not take fire if not saturated : rs, .,aRR..1100am.. : : il2spm pm "Cincinnati, Q. 4 C..?_. _!11! m -

ap.m, Rtv.J. F. O'BOTLC,Rector. York is lower than from any other placeIn he goes, I will guarantee his expenses to with India rubber. Captain Exler 0Phiiaielpkia:;.. York. ..??.. t 1111 fa pm pm S33 I OOm am Az" 8L Birmingham Louie Cairo South Sb. Line_,,. 12'to.mAI. 01 a'o ==-

the state. Biscayne and return, If he does not find has now found that a 10 candle lamp lor. It. C.M. 10 B. l -
Alh.ame. Iou&bern...... ....-...... -j-:0 .. Mmu ,' ; + pm ... .
(11,. 00
Y. M. C. A. "I am satisfied that I can go to Bls my statements correct. sunk In paraffin, reaches a maximum
The regular Sunday afternoon prayer meetingof JOIn A. MACDOXALD." temperature of 94 degree CL, and a 25
with enough to For
full
the V. M. C. A. will be held every Sunday cayne now Just money candle lamp 101 degree CL (S18 degreesF. Information apply to any Agent of this treat Railway
afternoon at 4'OOp. in., at the Presbyterian buy my food with, an axe and a hoe, .
church until further notice. .). A layer of gunpowder ecrasite or System, or Its connections
and If some good merchant will advanceme t.""y SLACK-OS AUCHT tea cures Coi.sup.tloa. pulverulent pyroxylin was not set on
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the fertilizer I can begin to sell tomatoes fire, but when spread on wood or other C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,

1IHKVAUD ANI TUB BOA!> before next December, and make What Com. Alter Deevtau material opaque to heat rays the ecrasite O.nersl Paaa. Agent, AM" 0..1 P.... Agent, Last Oen'l Pas*. A'.....

QUI STIOX. enough money the first year to buy the A good thing is told In connection melted, the gunpowder lost its sulphur, WMNsOTOr.O.C. KNOlvILLe.TIN". TWKTa.61.

best ten acre of farming land In 54, 41, with the lectures oa theosophy la this and its niter melted, the pryoxylln: darkened W.
D.
The last issue of the Tropical Sunaye the most valuable township In Florida, city. The lecturer In the midst of a and the wood charred. With two ALLEN.
learned discourse asked In stentorian lamps in a cavity of wood the temperature -
and that I can make all the money I Florida Passenger Arent.
tone: rose to 116 degree C.. still with.
"The two TltusvlUe paper, the Star shall ever need on ten acres, and do very "What cornel after death' No one out igniting the explosive, however 212 Wet Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

and the ADVOCATE, have for several little of the hard work myself after the answered and after waiting a moment The breaking of a lamp did not explodeprroxylin March 17th 11AA6 .

week been filled to the brim and run- second year, he repeated with vehemence, "Again or gunpowder, but fired an

ning over with article on the buildingof "A man without much money can build I say, what come after death explosive gaseous mixture.-St Louis -

a shell road from north and south In his house of palmetto leaves In a week, Just at that. moment the door opened Post-Dispatch.

If he Is not particular. One and In walked one of the leading undertakers
lirevard county. The subject ha been or In a day ****. WE

well and exhaustively handled dollar a week will feed him. lIe must of the city and went demurely to When choosing eggs, apply the tongueto DELIVER .
!
"At a recent meeting of certain cltlj have a ton of fertilizer to each acre, and a seat The coincidence was too much the larger end of the egg and if it ... ....

cent of Brevard, It wa stated that the two acre Is all he needs the first season. for the audience.Bangor CommerciaL feels warm it may be relied on a* being

When his fruit appears, he haa credit jreeh. Another mode of ascertaining the
proposed road would coat $1,500 per A Piano
and he Is safe lIe ha no freshness of an egg 1* to hold it to the or OrganAT
mile for a atretch of 123 miles; or, with for crate., looks
and if the clear it
light will
egg
bridges, an estimated expenditure of frost to dread and he know that If he ri4.. B.EvBETT.: TMoJ.OHuw.
U good; if thick, it is stale and if
$187,600 for the entire distance make It pay, the whole country won'tbe there 1s a black spot attached to the YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with subfit
"The Brevard people are very much in tomato the next year, for It F. B. EVERETT & CO. shell it U worthies*. to approval after a trial 10 your own house.. No money uredSnUl you an;
labor to the land and the thoroughly satisfied. Our prices are as low .. any housi IntSe United Stit*.Uriour
in favor of such a road and are talking take prepare
FORT PIERCE FLORIDA terms are so reasonable
cannot be glutted In mid-winter 4 + + + anyone can purchase and pay for an instrumentThe
up the question in the right kind of market

etyle. Meetings are frequently held, and or early spring for even the so-called Wholesale and Retail Dealers In The Celebrated Renowned CONOVER. ,
A marble statue, life abe, cost during FISCHER. 'i. PIANOS.
by close figuring a conservative estimate 'frost proof place north of us seldom INDIAN RIVER the reign of Commodus about 11,600; The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I

of the cost seems to place the enterprise get to market before AprIL in the time of Charlemagne, nearly fj. And KINGSBURY.

within the reach of the county's purse."Brevard "Here the gardener has three seasons, ooa Aeollon COTTAGEORGANS
FISH OYSTERS TURTLE &: y110"' Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO
believe rightly that scarcely the fall the winter, and the spring In ,

kind of an advertisement equals which he can ship tomato at a profit, The Imperial museum of Paris con
any GAME. talus over 10,000 stone implement collected Brass and "M Instruments, Music and Books. Write will save',.O'
that of reputation for fine roads. Good while la other place be has but one, andI money us; we
in various parts of Francs
luck to the progressive citizens of our have gathered tomatoes during the Hotels and Dealers Supplied
whole from the same vine. I have The _i\._. 33. CU.JUIbcll Co.
neighbor I
county May they sooo realize year ,
BR1XCH HOUSE: West Film Beach Fla. Try HCK-OMUSMT tea for 1opepaa.
their hopes. seen a Tine growing near a pulp heap JACKSONVILLE e .. FLORIDtNDIAN *'












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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 26. 1895. 3 :

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(3 gave rust Received: ex Oar: Load: of -_ --- __-' --- -- -- __ I




,1Sash: Doors *! and ;! Blinds:1, : :- i'




Id(t arc prepared to meet all Competition of either Jacksonville or 'fitu yill{'. Write us and sec if we do not sell yon the I



_HjdHHidiHf, Cheapest bill of Hardware yon ever bought # 1H.HHHHtt ;


We have now Mr C. P. Eacott in charge of our Tin and Iron Work Department, which is a sufficient guarantee that you will get dons what yon want done. Write ns and see. I


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9 TITTJSTIZXIL.II-E:, FLORIDA.: I It

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t professional Cards. WHY THE ARMY BECAME QUIET. STREET RAILWAYS IN ENGLAND.
It WM Either Marry or Work. PLANT SYSTEM.

rrx ROBBIE' WALTla: B.OLA.AN. Borne laid they did but play at war. Bow Birmingham Look Closely After Ute "Mr. Hardnp must have used a great
Bow that may be, ah. who can tent I.tereste oIlier Cltlieaa.
BINS A: GRAHAM, I know the gallant deal of flattery to win the heiress." .
army corpeUpon
-- -- --
their fleeing foemen fell. George Francis Train' famous at "No. He simply told her the truth. "
t. ATTORYE 8-AT-LAW, And sacked their camp and took their tempts to introduce tramways In the "Indeed?" O Through Trains: iD/xlly o.
town British towns In 1860 did not neglect
K: Horus:From 10 to 12 a. m., And won both victory and renown. "Yes. Ho said he couldn't live with-
< and :2 to 4 p. m. Birmingham says Dr. Albert Shaw in out her. "-New York Press Jacksonville and Sanford to Tampa and the West Coast,
Now home returning wild" with wing bit "Municipal Government In Great
[m SVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. They conns the colon tying free, Mr. Train was granted an experimental \'IA.TITU'SVILLE.. -
lli>I. 10/*. But a* within the door they throng
concession which he failed
I ,.ractlc.'u' all the conrt*-*tat* and fed Why doe the army suddenly : : .
u tliuh the Here din and aileno* keep to utilize, and in 1881 the corporationitself The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia! ,

., L 1111 lal'title facilities for examining and perfect Why,the little S*'rvlaii brother, Robert la aukxp.From Underwood. Johnson obtained parliamentary authority The Three Great West Coast Hotels, owned and operated by the Plant System
II Money to Loan. to build tramways. But nothing was
It in Century.
I IJOW.E
done until after the general tramwaysact

1: W. MORTON, THE FATE OF A STORY. of 1870 was punned.
At length, in 1873, the council laid
NOTARY PUBLIC, tli. Anthor Tlionght It a Good! On If No the first lino at a cost of $75,000 and J I+

.' Canaveral '. Floridavancing 0... KlM Did. leased it for seven :years toau operating
I''t'mi ,
An author's o'n'aluatlon of his
company. From time to time other lines
'. Of .. carefully executed work is something singularly peculiarat have been built and leased, but the cor

I. mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., times. A cnso In point was told me poration's limits included only 8,400
! blanks on hand. the other day by nn author whose work acres until Nov. 9, 18)1 when they
receives the bent consideration wherever were increased to 12,305 acre by the O

be chooses to offer it, writes Edward annexation of suburbs then containing

:kl l [(r\ol: S. JOXES, W Bok. tome 60,000 people. Thus when the ,

r "I wrote a story, he said, "some corporation street railway system was ,

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. five :years ago which I felt was my ui.is- under construction the avrrago distance
terpieco. I finished it and put it away from the center to the circumfer q4
\\iVlLLE' BREVARD CO., FLA for a month. Then 1 read it and was de. ence of Birmingham was only two miles, Six honw-powrr marine weight. TWIn.: ., upaiervqulrwl
A'xat: : I in hen
"aunt Judge of Brevard County. lighted. I took it to Mr Alden. Ha and 22 miles of tram lines are the total 1 r
thanked me and said he would read it extent of the municipal uemhip.. Outside Mnnnfar KioiiHiiiliul: tun'r*Motor of the for whet launrhrs.nth IVrfwt.. Krllal.leanil \*..hu

J at once. In a day or two he sent it back of the city's jurisdiction the operating In the inarkrt Kiwv: to mart,run until Momii'd, ( p
.. J. T. 8AVDEH4, with little mti-ntlon also ImlliU-r ofImmUira
>EV of I read the very ; w
with word
a polite regret. companies have extended the lines ciniipli-te and stationary nmtoriiItrVI .
1 "oury' story again and was better pleased withit by a still greater mileage. In the future \V .IFKilMK,
.VI LDEX & SANDERS, than ever. I took it to Mr. Gilder of undoubtedly these extensions will be acquired Rule Ajent for Hrevard and I trance I' :' :.
la.
M ntle I
ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW, The Century lIe promised to give it by the Birmingham corporationat ('atahne.; a.II.r..'.e.onlh'.tI., ..".
attention. In less than a week it was a fair valuation in accordance with
iiraotioe In all the Courts of the 8uti
:tiila nd the United States Court. returned with another polite note of re the methods prescribed in tho general

, \"' f B.II Oi TITf \ 1LLE, LA. gret. This time I was angry, 10 I took tramways act. The present municipallines THE J. S. JOHNSON CO. ,

Money to Loan. 18 it aC once to Mr Burlingame, the editor are operated in part by homo power aI

of Scribuer's, saying 'Here is some and in part by steam, with cable and Manufacturers
thing you may want. Mr. Bnrlingame electricity also introduced on certain -
J TOME REYNOLDS
in his own polished and dignified way routes. NETTNG FISHING TACKLE Twines Etc.
. expressed his obligation at being permitted The terms of rental are worthy of I ai

. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. to read what he felt sure must be an mention: 1. The leaning companiesagree -I): AIL KIMW (:- I i
1
J
1 excellent thing. But when he had readIt to pay 4 per cent on the full municipal 4
. Hutchinson Avenue, he evidently did not fuel so sure, for investment for the first 14 :yearsof Nets and Seines Made to Order ,

. lI.'II1C, Florid. he sent it back also. Now, those three the lease and 6 per cent for the remaining Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle especially lD t te
, rejections ought to have convinced me seven years.: 2. The companies for Florida Trade.

, that the story was not so good, and I also pay an annual sum which at compound 0 i. IqI
1 I"> ELL TITUS, will say that I was disheartened. So I interest will accumulate a fund Depot for Fishermen's Supplies l ti -a. '

put It aside. A :year later 1 took it up equal to the whole capital outlay at the 121 South Street, I
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW.
and reread it. It seemed to me wonderfully end of the 21 ,eare' leane. It is calculated epr( >4.(>.-> Baltimore. Md. 1
1 'J' m !Bute and Federal court Land clever in nlot and construction, I and agreed that 4 per cent for 14 s
--- ,
i ieclalty| Attorney for Hoard of and the manner and workmanship- years and S per cent for the retraining c

1 n,. < iiiiiiiiuloners,and County Solicitor. ed well nigh perfect. So I sent it to an- seven :years will itufllce to raise the full W. L. DOUGLAS j
where I known only amount of Meanwhile also the
"I II''" +>. TITC8VILLE, FLA.. other magazine was capital.
by reputation. Here it staid several companies pay all current charges for S3 SHOE OTHC BEST.
months before it was in my hands with repairs and maintenance of the lines FIT FOR A KINO.CORDOVAN .

) FUEEMAX: HALL, I another note of polite regret. Then I upon receiving bills certified by the city 0.' tNANtLLtD CALI.;

r ATTORNEY-AT.LAW I sent it to another and another magazine surveyor. It should be remembered that 4.3.O fINECALf&KANGAROI1 t ,
till I had exhausted the whole field. Birmingham is able to borrow at very .3.1tO POLICE,33olcs. r-r T .
I ''if:, FLOKID. None of the editors would have it. low rates, and it is clear that these : I r
$2. r
"""U, \ tor Fire and Accident Incur Meantime I had read it myself at least a terms are profitable to the municipality.At $2 ::.AR.R.irSiiMEN3.

the/ best and strongest com- dozen times, and each time I was more the end of the 21 years the earning '2. l.7BOYSSCHOOlSHOEiLADIES }
fully convinced of its excellence When value of the franchises will have increased Y t

, there were no editors left to read it, 1 and new leases can be executedon tj9e2/1.CON60 1" '
.
Lave it to my wifa She read it and terms still more advantageous to tho t hs1P 11.

n\ Bvi, DADS COUSTV.V seemed embarrassed when I asked her city. But while Birmingham has thus w.y} 8'2> T 't.G .

E\VAX, opinion. When she realized that I really protected the ratepayers to handsomelyit KOCKTOH.J"\Aaa. The Finest Fishing and Boating In the World.
U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary wished her to speak, she told me has accomplished even more in the Over On. Million People wr the '

Public State at Large. frankly that she thought the story was guarding of the interests of the travel. W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes Pleasant slut|Meam>artle'' 1I\II'lt'ht.IM-IIIR! organl/fil can bo every leaned. day.from hotel Long management.or abort trii''.The Electric Three,

filly and stupid. This was a blow. 1 ing public. Every detail as to rates of All our shoes are equally NtI.factory Naphtha
Lands Selected Conveyances made. Great hotels are under the |>('rllon,1 management of Mr. J. II. King. C'orroiImiulume -
;
jrrespondence solicited. Address: then asked one of the editors, who was fare and character of service is describedIn They.qu.l glve the custom best shoes value In for style the maneY.Ther and fit.Thelrws .. invited I from all who neck health, pleasure, and comfort

Ba> View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, also an intimate friend about the story. the bylaws and regulations that the .rln.qu.IIU.. .,. un.ur..d. II. W UltKNN, 1'assenger'I'rafiio Manager.
Office Ewan's Landing. He said that he had thought when he companies have to accept. The minute Th. price. .r. .nllo't.m..d so ...Ie.
,
saved other ...k....
Prom tr to 'J over
read it that I had not offered it seriously ness of the requirements touching duties 11 Jour dealertanrwt supply you w.can. sold byCEO.
but was playing some kind of a practical and conduct of drivers and conductors,
'EOUUE W. ALLEN, joke on him. Then I went home furnishing and lighting of oars and soon B. RUMPH &
Railroad.
r Central peninsular
florida
and burned the manuscript. It had mademe would amaze an American commu Tltusvllle, Florida. The
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, unhappy for five years and I was nity.
relieved when it was gone But I shall I

q' West, Florida. probably die in the belief that the best Fortified ParU. -.. w w --or -.. -.. -- w -1 Short Mne bottom Florida and nil Northern 1'olntn.
Today Paris, regarded at a fortified
before it
Will practice In the United States thing"I ever created died was center it an intrenched camp upon the Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore

M Mate Courts. Ojun03 born. margin of which are numerous new permanent In Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East

ELEVEN YEARS.A forts. The circle formed by the t
H: B. L. WILLS ASLEEP line of these new forts, which are far I Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Naalivllle. Loulivllle, Cincinnati,
Into Slumber From it about 86 anti Chicago.
Girl Frightened outside the forts of 1870
Which fch. Ha Never Awakened. miles in circumference, and it contains Everett: lilrmliiKhani, Holly J Springs, Memphis, Little Hock, Kansas City, bt.
Poor Louis, Chicago, Moux: City.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, There 1s a girl named Marguerite about 680 square miles, not more than hive' Junction, 1'tnnuooU, Mobile) ) New Orluann, Texan, Mexico, California

.ITt >PILL FLORIDA. Bonyenval at Thenelles in the northof one-seventh of that area being built and the I'acilic Coa t. irftlt Marrli 17, IHOrt.Now .
,
France near St. Quentin who is over. It is a region nearly at large at

I I'FVIi'I.-Uutchln80n> : Avenue, near reported to have been asleep for the past Monmouthshiire, with a population of 0,, mevoas M.III...a York>e* J"'bun.tli.liiiltxl. and ties New a. m.York and fait t'JUii
[i l. Indian River hotel. 11 years. A good deal of doubt has been 8000000. The smallest possible circuitto Health m,deny, with Through I'uUnian Kliwivr for
slumbering W euww V,veratt.Havannab,/'oluiulila.I n aldington,Baltimore
thrown on this phenomenal be formed around it by an investing Itillailoliihla. New Vwk lartun aiul all
case, not only in Paris, but also in army It 100 miles, so that at least 600- r ?s,, 1 Yasternp.dnte.:: ArrlvesJ.ekwurllleltiela.m.

M J I. W. LICHTY, Thenelles and its vicinity where there 000 men actually upon the spot would I means so much more than ears. I and<' T Ml". in.omiiartnient. Car between Bt. Augniitln and

are two camps one of the believers and be required to undertake any serious imagine-serious and a. 0 .... New IIoing l Cate to and: frum waahingrsl
the other of those who maintain that operation for the reduction by liege of you fatal result from d "....
PIIYSII'UY AXD SURGEON, the to called sleeping beauty rises at the French capital f diseases :
J
.
h Ih. INstlf11111
Lire Throe
night and has a good supper. The matter In practice no fewer than 1,000,000 trifling ailments :: ; we. ('..unty.I 11I10101. 1<'Inrlds. P.n.reud
? Parisian Nature'sgreatest ....rrmblr Mr I..... J"'buD.UIe .JIll a. tu.
by a Paris
Investigated fortified
And
'
utrWe' Florida. bat been would be necessary. r Don't play with 4 lu.ak.lU'J.J.: '' M..II...... .M..wllu
who has teen the girl and found her as although to much more extensive than S I 0 Tall"111..s,Juoctlw 1 ".D_ .la. Mnbll..
lean at a skeleton and at stiff at a it was In 1870 can nevertheless be defensively f gift-health. c N.. 1)188....and. U.. ...utb..... Mwico. fallaM .
..
... lurltl.an. tb. .lIla C.t. Curies sleeper'
J"H\' AhPINWALL, corpse, but still living. Her mother injects I held at present by 960,000 lives Sr./milsr. ". A' ? ArrlrmJeckeoseill.5Ant..to..
milk peptone and sometime wine men while If ?0O,00.< or even more, .ad ol generallykaasted tort.weeY ea'

through a broken tooth in the girl's were called for they could without detriment 1 BrownsIron ,nervous, 4' e : r l\ Leave'HllverHiirlng.llutU!Jacksonville:M a.,m.UaineavllU.for Stark*,Cedar Hawthiiriw -

Kt: VL ESTATE 4 INSURANCE. mouth. Marguerite Bouyraval made to the field armlet be providedout Rase caat ao appetiteaad work, i' ; Kev. iYlld.a.l| |, lumbar. n:8."i1aal": | ,,>ka,
.w.ywltb a baby 11 years ago and the of the 8,700,000 trained soldiers begin aimic*lak.Ing u orfandu, Laouorbee, lasts C/ly,
Ul gendarmes were tent to her house. The whom France now hat at her disposal I the ace fHabl < c 7 r Tal"".. Arrlv.Jscksavlllet.30y.m..

I'.VLUE, FLORIDA. girl was to frightened at their approachthat -National Review. Mreagtbealagmediclac.wklck& 1'' ;' Dm.lanatl and FlorIda Umltad, !**.. Jack-
had attack of hysteria, which ----- br.w* Iro* Bit. MX 1 0 0 a sunrllbe0e whours. Bolid Vwilbul*Train. Tim
she an
... hot. iS via Macon,
ten. A. r a llttl over to f Inolnnatl
.
J L'.tl'EPELY! lasted several hours, and at the end of Telegraphing I. ladlmm MouUlM. ties car -b B at ipUaaaat Atlanta. t battauuotfa. (onnec-u fur NubvllU
sw
which he fell into a trance. The doubts One of the most elevated telegraph N "' 1! Bitters ant duNore'i -U Arrtv Jacksonville I IM a. m.
?err web
**U. ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE AND thrown on the continuation of the trance lines in the world it reported from India sear. o1 urT.LL +;j. n, -
CIDENT INSURANCE. have evidently been Caused by the fact On the Qit line two passes have to IeNA, ..d to 1.L. Italia W I #.J 5 It Holly Spring Runt Bt. Lois I Kana City r.

'*rv Public for the But L that the mother of the sleeping girl has be crossed ODe 11,600 feet high and the J ":.,,"; :'Nr'O s u ,,,,, ChUano I.MV JukMiovill t'ft p. .. vUMaooo
at ,
.arc' Atlanta Ulnuingnau. Holly Spring
r .' made good deal of money by exhibiting other 18,GOo. The snow often lies at a
"" a
teli "Ion a*to Government and 8tateMELBOL'IL'fE her. A local doctor who has observed depth of from 10 to 18 feet anA the It Cures rhauK Memphis W>, Kanu Biirlnxfleld City: Kansas and Ml.City Luula,HI. J"'li Chicago on clangs, Cities lu 8 .cJ1'c-r:::: ; *. without Arrive

FLA. the case during the 11 years, informed pole used are 80 feet long. The pole Dy.pepU.. Kidney and Liver Ja.k.llla pHl a. n.4L3O .
the investigator from Paris that are planted close together. Offices of MeuralfU, Trouble- P.F. M M.;.:-I ror.M.Tamp!I tot*Tallahassee aad InunuwllaM and InUrniadUu: pointullui I nolnt a**lnMir Amv*. Jarka..vtll.'op Arrive J n. ... Oall7. Marguerite Bonyenval had really been observation are close by. in each of Bad Blood four Train Imllv for Mavaanan. laces Jakrwrlll.aeaua) in, II:HO a. m..l.fio.m..f jttpju.Two .
Constipation Lsave Jukxinvlll*I OB. u.and II a.w.a
Occasionally via Kverett
Tht time. Trala dmlly for Hruuawkk.
rca galley In tropical tea it very asleep during the whole which two European.are.tatloned.lead. Malaria Nervou ailment rot Hn4iirMiavUI* Bparlaaburg and Aancvlll,leave Jatluoavllla dally at C JO p. m, with
age-. had hysterical ales, but did life in comparison with which .. .
:MtoUthera she lag a Throuicb ," ,.r*
One of these
crea- ... .. Pullman
.. w.
S Other doctors Women' complaint r".Jf.At..ta.t.oTral..IIaJI'. *. J ck oavllU ::211. .d.:2IIp.:
tautened not awake after them. that spent at nbmartoecablutatlon.1Iriotou. .... l bertha ..t" C:w a. wPul1Ms.'Iartersca
.
to the &I. tuelr
body canse a pain ... nt ] Atlanta .ID(the' Holly H|>rlutf ilMiMr*ra.
creawd
.I lB-H ha amt
Get Mir the f ,
the genuineness g Jacksonville
,5 :1Ie that rwlmmen have been have tWo agreed as to and crowded. Many months the Ua lit All others. *i*esb- all Silicht Trmln.. ArioMan on day train between
**M *wnppcr. ..
Ih ten faint the of the phenomenon and the sleeping patset are cut off from mankind by the .Ut.... Ua tttfyt of ewe*t......... OsI Taws. Uur BortlMra and VMWTB train cutuiect with all fmnt IB
reach
iW 2 ere they could remains human mystery.Paris Francisco Exam will sad sat of TM B........ WrU a |r" Bead fur Cwt Udeied Township Map of Itorkla to eN
U/ The pain bee been compared to girl of Thenellet Tele- I mow blockade.--Baa Pair Vl.* sad book-lr_ A. O. MAtDONELL,
London b. rENNINQTOX,
to I
Letter laer. r Ca BALTIHOHf.. Ma 1
feryhTW7 acute attack f laflmm !_ MOWN CMEMICAI. General Patacoger Ag't,
Traffic Manager
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 26, 189f .
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-- JAME5 r TCHAnn, l 'i MS""' Vh I'n ;dent

I that the Indian River Steamboat Unttc A Western railroad, not Its tods. ,
INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. 4- RAILROAD EXTENSIONSeems
tbecutUng
Mr. Flagltr Is urging along
company is insolvent, and that its ref l the East Coax(canal from Lake Worth

'; to be the absorbing topic creditors are very numerous, and | to Biscayne Bay, for he Is convinced.that INDIAN RIVER STATE I BA N
A WBCRIY JOCRXAL DBVOTBD TO tat altar Its indebtedness exceeds $40,000. water transportation south of the canal
oratstort.sls0Attlvyt van along the East Coast. Some people will meet all demands. The canal will\

LIKE woe,. MOTIONS.IItor seem to think that Mr. Flaglerwill obtained A copy of by thejudgment the atlonal which bank was of J be open from Lake Worth ldto New River (Incorporated under the Laws of the State'of Florid S SAuthorized

build his road as fast as possible hi June and with the of the sew I
Jacksonville against the Indian dredge being built, the canal will be capita. $))000c'
all the to West.
Key I

.... ................ WALTER 8. flaA''''.. This,belief Is shared way by but few, 16th River Steamboat inst., i I. also company on file.on The the I opened way be envied Into Uiscayne and opened next at fall.Xe w hotels.River, L-c\c'-: Paid up capital $25' ,'

.oclate-Edlwr.t Mftaager, ttM WALTON but there are many who think the recites that the defendant and, possibly Miami, and suitable pnvenger ; Average. deposit:, $300'IOC
railroad will be extended from judgment and' freight boat will" ply the _
(that is the Indian River Steam canal In time for next winter's tourist
Palm Beach
West
to some pointon '
Office: Washington Avenue, Tltu vllle boat company) admitted the claiai rr<>ps. Steamers will meet the demtui'ls Transacts a General BaDll
ne in the near "
Indian River, Floilda.PUBMSIIKI Biscay Bay, very of the National bank of Jacksonville between and Key West.
future. ( ne prominent gentlemanIn
Business
; an admission of the claim in
Titusville said, a few days ago
) EVERT FRIDAY that if he was a betting man, he this ease, so as to allow a judgment Queen Sucker For Sale. i Largest and Ode! Bank
to he taken at once, amounts on thl III!
would stake two to one that railroad !.
I to the confession of judgment, and I hive: about twenty-five or thirty
he mule to "Hrtluin building south of Lake Worth suckers for tri 1)\nrTI: ,
Check etc. may payable Is intended togive the creditor who thousand very nice Queen r ;
a Walton," pulillnheri and tir<>|>rletnr.. would begin within sixty days. obtains such sale: ; all from young plants that have i JAII.l'RITrRARo.W.J\i "'" '.
judgment a preferance of the Salt..nalllRnk ni i iIHRKEE '
The ADVOCATE is not in a bourne an apple. Will be readyfor "
position never
Nnl .crlil Inn. over all other creditors It ,. (Mie-lretlilrnlackunnvllle Qo aAtl
to positive opinion early delivery.For b v w ) W 8 OK ,
Twelve month., |I.W express any may be true, that Mr. Cable himself prices and further particular, w'S' : JlKUWlf.'n> t.,
Bhi 1.00 on the subject. It is our belief _
.. of the In. address, CDRRF.PrONiLi I''
Three M however that )lr. FUgler has general manager ALFRED Cox, off ftoatmard National pant ,
dian River Steamboat : : _:__ National Bank nlnrt
Single copy, .I not yet decided upon railroad ex company Clifdale Plantation oJ.eka. .

Strictly advance. tension. We think that good steam. did not enter the court in p'rInand Eden, i'la.; i '1'I'1'h 1'ILLL, LA

The alcove.IM Include the payment of ponta boat transportation through the confess the judgment referredto ., ____h_ __
IK. Hiilnrrlpthm can comBH-nc anytime it have been and .
ce lijf
probably
,
canals will he sulOcient for the ; may Hotel and An -
during the year. A L'.i0-ltotnu


tonally Di l.rnntlmianm at thin office" of or wlvt by writing.MCMIIEH flint.tie niftil.. 1,,,r. needs Worth of for the some country time south to of come.Lake the Steamboat attorney was', admitted com of puny the or but Indian confessed if so River, thelaw'r by Elegant Club House. I THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART!]I IMade

Aside from this, we do not believe -'
-- --- All fear of a dull Hummer may be now
have had his author-
: OP that any prudent man, with uflic- ity to do must so from the Indian River xmUHed. For some time rumors have for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread

THE FLORIDA I'RESSASSOCiATION, lent money to build a railroad, Steamboat company or its generalmanager. l hewn rlfo that Mr. Flagler Intended

Arru.iATr.n WITH TUB would make a contract or decideto building another large hotel on the

\atlonal LJtlorinl .lIoo.illti/ln.l proceed with the work until the
If anybody still doubts the facts !beach opposite the Royal Polnclana, or
legislature, which is now in session that the Royal Poinciana was itself to be
last week and
as published as reIterated -
Alilreit all oommuilratloni to the 1'mvrle- has "shown its hand. If a doubled. Then came the positive announcement

,....*, I railroad commission is created, in this article, we beg to that these enterprises had
that the file in -
are on
say papers
(HUIIAMA WALTON, any sensible railroad builder would the clerk's office at Titusville, and been given up. In their stead ,came ri
want to wait until he knew thePOWfI
other from Mr. Flag-
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Mr. Stewart will no doubt consentto rumors emlnatlng
of such a commission, the examination of them ler's visit to Biscayne Bay, that a large
TITI'iviui.it, PLOBIOA. an by any
in which its members
manner are
hotel be built at Miami the railroad -
who takes an interest in the was to ;
party
to be selected, and we think if we matter.A was to be extended and many other

READ the IHscayno Hay article, were railroad builders ourselves. printed notice has been circulated things to be done. These were likewise
we would want to wait until the denied.

by Col.! John McDonald, which commission were appointed or selected notifying whom it may For several days Mr. Flagler and his FOR SALE BY -

concern, that R. B. Cable has been have been In consultation, and
appears on 2nd page: so as to know as near as we managers ED .A.R.D: SrXLXNG.The
appointed receiver of the Indian Wednesday the good news was announcedthat ,
-------- could whether they were sound,
River Steamboat company. This It had been decided to build a two Lumber, Hardware: and Paint Dealer.
conservative, level-headed businessmen and hotel and an ele
hundred
MR. GILCHRIST. or whether they were of the printed circular is dated at Jacksonville gant club house.fifty room In addition to thin, OOCO-A., Indian DR-ivor: FLOZt.IDA:

populist or semi-anarchist type. April 13th, and from its that a large area of the low land in the

A resolution came up in the contents, it appears that Mr. Cable rear of the Royal Poinciana would be
We do not believe it is
as yet claims have been filled in, the contract to be let at once.
lower house of the legislature at to acting as receiver -
settled that the railroad will be extended
Aside from this no plans or particularsin
Tallahassee the other on or from the 13th inst., on been learned but It Is HARLAN HOTEL LAKE Florida +
day, pro. beyond West Palm Beach any respect have ,
which date he J. E. _
appointed that the work will
reasonable to ruppose ,
Tiding for the mailing of a of but we are not-sufficiently endowed HHELEN
copy Stark James Menzies G. D. Ack- be commenced -
as soon
necessary preparations
the of the with the power of prophecy to say made. The Is good MISS S. KEMPE ALSO PROPRIETRESS YIC'TOPJ.I f
printed journal proceed. what may happen within the next erly, W. I). Barnett and A. W. enough can as be It Is, however.-news West Palm Proprietress.HARLAX HOTEL, A buryl'ark, X. J
ings of the legislature to Buie to assist him in his receiver
every few months Mr. Flagler may, according Beach Gazetteer. HOTEL, Lake Helen, Volusia county, Florida; 120 miles wutkf
newspaper in the state. There are to circumstances, decideto ship. We learn that the line will Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; pine lorn'

plenty of printed copies of the build and then decide not to cease operations after Sunday.The and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table and if
above gentlemen would seem to For Kent, a Brick Store. pointments excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On Jacksonrili
journal we presume, and If ,not, It build, and again.change his mind have soft berth for the St. Augustine & Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyina; also Jacksuntifc
a summer.
would cost but very little to in- within sixty days. This Do you need a good brick store, in an Tampa & Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City Junction.
interest
is of
matter general
Everybody who .has important In town, and away
crease the edition by one or two business enterprises under consideration to the people, and we have deemed; from wooden, buildings If BO, call on

hundred copies, and the expense it our duty to present the fact .; Robblns &' Graham or C. H. Walton,
is liable to consider
very ADVOCATE office, Titusville, }'Ia.TITUSVII.LE .
for postage would be an insignificant conclude, and reconsider within The further disposition of the case,

sum. This was an appropriate the short space of a month. is a matter for the courts, and we I -A :1
WEATHER HEPOUT.
----- shall not refer to it again, exceptto __ LA a&
resolution ; the people expect note such proceedings as may .

to be kept posted as to the proceedings THE INCOME TAX'LAW.The take place from time to time.CANAVKUAL.. The following Is a comparative statement a.

of the legislature! and if ------ of temperature and rainfall for the'
recent decision of the Su week ending Wednesday, April 2'O;}:
each furnished with CONCERNING
was .
paper a
preme court, in regard to the income -1894.- -1893.: -

ropy of the proceedings the editors tax bill, has created almost DATE MAX. Slit. MAX. MIV.

could keep the run of the various universal disappointment among We understand a correspondent in the 18 79 70 02 68

Times-Union takes exception to the ar 19 79 70 07 55
the of the The .
bills
under discussion ; but for mass people. action
brio which appeared in the ADVOCATE i 21) 81 62 71 69

some reason or other the lion Mr, of the Supreme court has defeated recently, In regard' to the action of 21 87 02 7(1( 52

Gilchrist opposed the measure. the very object for which 22 84 68 78 60

Our brethren of the should' this law was enacted.! It was apopulistdemocratic Major Hamibury, in making an adverse 23 81 1 57 82 57
press the Canaveral harbor
repoitupon pro 24 83 02 80 01
remember his conduct in this measure aimedat
small
the millionaires and other wealthy ject. It la claimed that "Major Hand- Total rainfall for the week: O.10Inchel.
matter, if the gentleman referredto bury faithfully performed his duty." I Departures from normal rainfall for the
who derive their income
should need their aid later men,
on. A recent act of congress directed thata week : minus 0.49 Inches. Departurefrom

Thanks to Senator Morrow, the mainly from rents and government, aurvey be made at Canaveral, and estimates normal rainfall since January hat;

ADVOCATE is supplied with a copy state and municipal bonds ; and furnished showing the approximate minus 3.40 Inches.

of the journal of the legislature, jet, under the ruling d the Su. cost of building: a breakwater and J. E. LANOUETTE, THE HOTEL ORMOXD,

court this class are harbor of refuge. This has not been Observer. HALIF AX.
hence we lose nothing by the con. preme exempt. O RM oxD-0N-T ie -
dune.
duct of Mr. Gilchrist. We simply The drones, who neither toil or and Major looked Haudbury at the visited ocean In Canaveral that Accommodation for 300 guests Rates, $3 per day and upwards Special. rateip

mention the fact to show how lack.'' spin, but simply receive rents from vicinity, and prepared a report baKed Shipping Vegetables By the week in April. Open until April:>th.

Ing in courtesy this gentleman working tenants ; the man whose upon the United States coast- survey, Carload.The No place In the South offers such attractions for a Winter Home as Ormoni

could be in such a small matter most difficult labor I is to clip interest which was made many years ago. Cottage Lots at all prices.
We understand that the Hon. C. M. Do Not Miss the Hammock
Drive at Ormond.
from bonds of Florida
where the involved .coupons are exempt shipment vegetableshas
expense was Cooper, congressman from this district
%practically nothing. from payment of income tax, will continue to press the Canaveral commenced In earnest, and they are ANDERSON 4 PRICE, Manage

but the man who is wearing bis life project' and endeavor to have a proper now going forward to the northern mar -- -

breakneck survey and close estimate mad Of kets the loads.
out at speed in active by car The Jacksonville

DADE'S COUNTY SEAT.We business pursuits, who succeeds in course, If the engineer who has charge Citizen of Friday contained the follow
of such matters in this district has made ASPHALT ROOF PAINT
learn from the making over four thousand dollars up Ills mind that the Canaveral harbor ing: ,

West Palm a year, after paying a heavy rent IN not worthy of Improvement, our pea The first carload of the new crop of i

Beach papers-the Tropical Sun. and ,being taxed to pay the interest ple have before them a very difficult vegetables raised In Florida passed
and Gazetteer-that a movement is task in convincing the government as to Ground In Pure PRICE
the bonds of the the :
on and through
city city Wednesday afternoon.
151"
the practicability and necessity of the Barrel. 30 to
being made looking to the removal state in which he lives is It loaded III' Red Brown and
not ex work. A gentleman In Massachusetts, was at Cocoa, and consignedto 1.00 pe IPA'
of the seat from Juno
county to empt. who U a politician of national prominence New York. The car contained 509 and highest ) Paekates5te2AE"

West Palm Deach. We do not The idle bondholder and tena- and who has all along taken a crates of beans, and was sent through Grade .IOS..P.
know what will be interest In the Canaveral Black
plan deep
adopted to projectand Paekac..IIOIIPI..p
ment house owner is exempt, but under refiigeration. This method of .
,carry this move into effect. The repeatedly pledged himself to do all Asphaltum.,
,constitution the business man who works eighteen in his power when the matter came up shipping vegetables Is a great improvement
does .
, not permit special hours out of twenty-four is for discussion in congress, writes the on the plan of shipping without FOE PAINTING
legislature in the removal of This ADVOCATE, under date of April 10th,
not exempt. was not the in- a* refrigeration, as from practical experi-

county seats, but it is believed thata tention of the law. follows : "The official report on Canaveral ence It has been found' that Iced vegetables TIN IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS and Bail-
bill may be passed of a general harbor Is disappointing. Inasmuch Factory Farm
The decision of the ,
character Supremecourt an congress entered a merry made, and of this net the grower from 40 to ,

providing that upon in our opinion, is so distasteful guide an appropriation to defray the expense 70 cents per crate more In the market. road Buildings Freight Cars Fences and
titlon

voters of any county hayIng has miscarried eo badly, it is almost Florida will not rest satisfied with an be made Is Iced about ten hours before Iron Work of
less than 2,000 registered voters off-hand estimate, as was substituted for every Kind
.the certain to be repealed by the the actual survey and careful estimate the load i I. put in, in order to thoroughlycool
seat be
every county five years.may This would changed fit next congress. provided for." the car. It la Iced again just before Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply! Asphalt ReadY I

-- the car Is started, and again the Roofing
the case of Dade and many other I on Journey and all kinds of
THE INDIAN RIVER STEAM- as often as mav be necessary. Veg.
counties throughout the state. We THE "AHVOCATir WAS COIN RoofZ: :
.g Supplies <.
etables shipped In ibis arrive at the /
way FROM
.cannot see how any one who is un- BOAT CO. RECEIVERSHIP.We iticr.
end of a lone journey. in u good a rendition
prejudiced in the --- The Armita Co.
matter, and who H_ ___ Mannfe
as when they started. This ""
stave no personal interest to warp understand that the article On two or three occasions the ADVOCATE car Manufacturer of Asphaltnm, Coal Tar Oils
Iced etc
was at Cocoa twice ,
again at Jacksonville
their Judgment can that the bar explained how Mr. Flagler be
deny which appeared in our newt 3200 to 3300
the of the In and will be re-iced \VilllanubureAte. V*
removal of the came owner keys liiscayne again at Richmond
seat from
county column last week giving the facti
liar, but still
Savannah
Columbia
many newspapers persisted and Alexandria
Juno Beach
to West Palm
would in regard to the appointment of In circulating false The --. -
a rumors. St. The schedule -- -
time from
this
Le tor the benefit of the people of receiver to take charge of the affairs Augustine correspondent of the Times- city to New
York will be
Dade county. Under present transportation of the Indian River Steamboat Union-although a little late In the field about sixty-five hour It
facilities Juno is -now coincides with the ADVOCATE, a* was forwarded over the F. C. A P. and
not company, has aroused some follows: "Henry M. Flagler and J. E. the Southern Railway.
easily reached, neither does it possess adverse criticism It it claimed Ingnham returned Friday night from

satisfactory accommodations that we simply gave what we had Palm Beach, and deny the statement recently The second car from the state left TITUSYILLE TO DAYTONA
.7
in the :way of hotels or boarding learned from street gossip and published that 'E. K. Chapman, Jacksonville yesterday afternoon, and

houses_ for the people who are compelled hearsay We wish as agent for Henry M. Flagler, had secured was loaded at the same place and refrigerated ,
to
reports. ear many of the Florida keys for that in the Via Rivers.
to attend same way. The destlna- Hlllsboro and Halifax
court, such as in this connection that the article gentleman,' who, the dispatches also
Lion
jurors, witne s.fl or clients West referred to contained only facts, aid, 'secured the keys for the proposed crates was Chicago. It contained 494 L -CCa :EJ
: ozoN
Palm Beach is easy of access by and it was simply an abstract from I railway extension from Palm Beach to of beans, and was routed over the
rail it is Key West. The keys In question, be. Florida Central .t Peninsula railroad win rTltu.lUo scams''
more eentrllly located the Every Saturday and
and ) .d.
To
file
papers on in the court long to the land grant of the Atlantic and the Southern the f'oilltl,at one 0'<:10<:h p.is : ,, Daywna
and it Railway, Cincinnati
possesses ample hotel accommodations. house at Titusville. The.bill ..
of Western Leave
between
operated
railway Orange Daytoas fop Tltuvmo a
We trust the Southern, and the Monon Route The erenag at TttunUIo au.d.. ,. TaNda and Friday. at ODe e'cl 0"ei
peo- Timothy Murphy and others, wbopr.'et' City and New Smyrna. Mr. Chap with atarmen for aU ....llIti CIa lndiaa tuver
pie of Dade county will succeed in for the appointment of a man's Key West mission was to record time to Chicago will be about three days For. further I focm tto0, address J. f.
TfH.\ER. TUusTlll.
the measure referred to. the deeds for the trustees of the railroad and a half, and the car will be re-iced at rtond
receiver, i is sworn to, and it states lands )fro rr atop -.-
Flagler probated the At- Macon at n n.-.b-tbo--8ea. .
Chattanooga and Louisville. 011 ti Coa.4 W&. board FIDO ..bIDjr tad mud bathing a' '
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Awarded of Ice In the refrigerator Is

Lhest honors-Worid'a Fair. the Increased demand. can causing To orange .Growers. J. W. Y. Stelfox a

There Is one thing noticeable here. :
-DR; There Is I ,
scarcely, nor has there been
Illness this past winter nor the present any The largest crop and best grade of fruit can only be obtained

spring. -y using fertilizers containing HARDWARE

Rev C. V. Blackburn spent most of *

last week In Titusvllle, assisting I Rev Not Less ,
than Actual
Potash.
Mr. Lawler In his series of meetings. 12o/0 ,
He returned Saturday, and conducted Eau '
services In his G-allio, F1or1: tO,.
own
charge on the Sab-
CREAM bath. This is equally true of pineapples and other tropical fruit. ('lltIktVl' Oil and Wood Heaters, farming Tools! Poultry Vetting, Ammunition t

On Tuesday" the train had to leave Tin and Tinware Galvanized Sheet, Band and Hound Iron; Galvanized ,
the platform over three hundred crates on I Our books on Potash aN sent free. They will COM! you nothing to reid and will .rfou Hoat Material Ropes and all!I boat goods and cast nets Taint, Linseed (file. Hard:

A iI GPoWDLR 01 beans. The train. was carrying three dollars. GERMAN KALI. WORKS!,01 Na...u Street. New'ork 0:1: Finish, etc UalvAnlml Kimpsiu: 'k Sprayers, M.00.
loaded -- -- --------- --- -- ---- -- -
express cars. The heavy ship- --- -- --- --- Always pleased to quote prices, and coricupondcnce solicited. !
ments of beans by express Is the cause were pleasant visitors in town Thursday.
of much delay and late trains Atlanta KxiMxtltloii.
Vegetables are still being shipped

Four or more" refrigerator cars, loaded from here; largo quantities going forward -

with week." beans On were sent from Cocoa last ever day. In entitling! Soina's Band to the list of BAKER & HOLMES Branch House
MADE. Saturday night two were
PERFECT ,
MOST the
taken great miiHlo.il attraction, to he given
one to Boston and one to Chic- The whist dub met at the residenceof
are Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret ago. Several hundred crates were sent Miss Hill last Monday. A very pleasant during the h'rlllof the Cotton States and ,

Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant by express to different point The International: Expo ltlon, Atlanta, the
all who
AO YEARS THE STANDARD. movement of vegetables stimulating, attended.We evening. was spent by management lena" secured for the charm ARTHUR J. DOYLE, Manager.
and encourages our people to look for-
of the visitor, what Is problby the
ward to better things. understand that lilies Alice Bell --- -- --
finest musical organization of Its kind

Coronado Beach. printing[What f do When you need you In want the any way printing of job the another author book of, "Tangerines the name of,"which IK writing Is not on earth. ginning with the 18lh of Warehouse Room on J., T. & K. W. and J., St. A, & i I. R Railways,

done, give the ADNOCATK a share, and November, '''Isa'i Band will furnish
yet divulged. We are looking forwardto I
rind( Mr*. Baker, of Lake Helen, keep the money on the East Coast, the music for the vast auditorium of the --- --------- ------ -- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
III'st of Mrs. Samuel Currier. where It will do you some good this the first edit ion. exposition, until the clone of the great i
summer] Dt:.U.MIS: IN !
There dance -
White
was a at City on
re Frank Sharp has gone to Orange exposition, on the :Mist day of December.During i
,m it visit to Mrs. Morse, for a few Wednesday night quite a number of our this time millions of people will

Lotus. citizens attending. Dancing: was kept listen to thU famous organization/ and Hay Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits t tI

IK "ullages are rapidly filling up on up until nearly daylight, and all report It will materially play Us parts among I
|beach: and the number of bathers bating spent a most jolly time.
)
\ me'leasing. Beans are being shipped north at a the pleasure giving features of the ex- Cotton Seed Meal Fertilizers and Crate Material. :
lively rate The Fort Pierce Gun club gave one of hibition. ,
It <, D. Bryan will build a barn onheach their
dames last the
this spring. Ills carriages at- The weather during this month has popular Thursday: :r Terms Cash with order! Ask for our pilie IUt We deal exilushdy In i

1 ever} train, direct from the hotel. been delightful.Mrs. Smith Bros, of Melbouino, being engaged Will Improve 3Ir. PluJh'r'lI the above lino of good; keep them In stuck at all times In TIIIIM\I1K, and will give; I
Carpenter has recovered from her to play for the evening. Dancing: prompt and cartful attention to all orders entrusted to UN. :Soliciting tour luition- ,

liree pied of this the week Lake Helen by Capt." cottages Blake were and illness, we are glad to note. was kept up until the ""'00 sma" hours. llons<>. age, we beg to remain, Very rl'sl'l..tfully, VKHt: A: ))1Or. no.:: ,;

dr, Mrs Hopkins and party, and C. The ADVOCATE Is always We trust It will not be long before the .- ,
!flton and family. visitor to Lotus, where It III anxiously club give another dance. A force of carpenters| will begin work I
looked for week. immediately in building im addition to
r Iman Beecher was once asked every [Job work cheaply, neatly and expedltlously -
i. h< didn't reply to the squibs of a Mrs. Allen Booth, of. Biantley, has executed at the Awix'ATLntlire, the Flagler cottage, at Palm Bench. COCOA ICE WORKS
tint a liner," and be told a story of been seiiously ill\ for some time pant, but Tltusvlllo. Circulars, hand bills, note When finished It will bl used for Mi.

boyhood
..tit to school I had to walk somes that she Is on the road to recovery.Mr. tags, etc., etc.] secretary and assistants will occupy the Coooa, F10r.1.d.a. I INOW
+' In the country, to the school
-I' One day, on the way, I saw Chas. II. Williams has some fine building, says the Citizen. A studio of
,t 11 I supposed to be a big black cat, oranges still hanging on the trees, which the bungalow style will also IK elected XN OPErt.ATXON.G. .

chased It to the brush, and threw Who were can not beat Injured that by for the April two?freezes.There St. Lucie River.Mr. on the ground this summer, the site for <... KlM r.1 N< .11 I r"
books
bag of at It. Whew 1 it turned
will be a good ready for which has not yet been decided upon.
to be a skunk. Ever since I have many oranges .
M. R. Jones" has been making quite Manufacturer -
them alone." shipment on Meriltts Island next year. The main body of this IHiI t.tl lilt, which

ne night last week, when Robert I Messrs. D. A. and M. M. Ramsey, Laving a lately.lot of improvements around his place, Is to be a fine structure, will 1.ehlt.ty TOE & DT8T1 :LI-JED WATER

ip was out horseback riding with a I bought the sailboat Carry from Mr. foot square, the second story of which

ng lady on the beach, he came across Grotjan Ronald, they will fit her out The Rev. Mr. Jordan will hold divine will be used for the picture gallery. ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
w Ith a new set of sails, and will\ cruise
which he succeeded service Potsdam both
opossum, in at on Sunday,
ling, held] off by the tail, and I up and down the river-probably run- morning and evening.The ty- Refrigerators, Ice (.'(texts, Frrexers and Water ('oolcl' .
her the beach.
ning to
'Tight, it back to the hotel; holding it
at arms length, horseback, for over I The steamer Della went up the riveron truck farmers In this section are Fancy nt'applo Slips and Suckers '

ile The 'possum and 'tators" were I Friday with about seven hundred rapidly pushing their crops, and will For Sale. Lake Worth Ice Works

sly enjoyed at dinner next day, and crates of beans. She was too small to soon be through shipping. ,
lossum hunt" is on the programmeone carryall the beans, so towed a large fish
those nights when half a dozen boat behind, well loaded. Even then Mr. George Parks killed an alligatorlast "Egyptian; Queen" and ".\bbak""" ." PALM BEACH FLA, '
i e saddle-horses can be obtained. they could not take all the beans. The week over twelve feet long. There Apply to MAMMX & MATTu Leis,

fter a second sojourn of some weeks Della goes off loaded every day.A was some little excitement while he was The Palm Beach finery,

he Coronado, the lion. Mr. Menzel, petition has been put in circula- being killed. West Palm Beach, Fin. e

Imnesota, with his three daughters, tion this for the purpose of retaining/
I We notice there Is a new flag station
Levering, Miss Emma and Miss genial Captain W. II. Sharpe as County HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
othea, left the hotel for home on Commissioner. Also a petition to abolish established on the railroad, south of For Salo.
iday It Is not surprising that the the county court Considering: the Potsdam, by the name of Btlflora, which
>.ta were all sorry to see them go. It I number of names on the petitions, It looks very neat. I
lid a good deed is never lost; he who looked as If both were meeting with A pineapple plantation of twenty MANUFACTURED BY -
courtesy reaps friendship, and he success. The Rev. Mr. Fripp, of White City, acres, on Indian River; dwelling and
i plants kindness gathers love. The I held divine service at Waveland on Sun- packing houses; two acres under Irriga- '
[Remember, the ADVOCATE, Titus- & Sudlow
will scatters kindness on all they ville, does all kinds of job printing. Give day, at 3 p. m.; also at Potsdam at 7(0:: tion for vegetables Enquire of Chapman
>Ie in contact with. Mr. Menzel's sue- Cuts H. How i.AND, ,
< In life as an Inventor and manufoc- us a share of your work.] p. m., to good congregations.Mrs. WaveUnd, Fret: '

ir has made him famous, and his fin- S. bitching, of Sebastian, who South Jacksonville, Florida.

standing enables him to enjoy the has been down at Potsdam on a visit for
pries of life. He and his family have Eau Gallie. MAY DAY IMO'IC.
some time, left on Wednesday morning'strain
eled extensively In this country and For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
for her home at Sebastian. J
oad! and have enjoyed many advan- Come one, Come all! Grand May day ,
Miss O. F. Linn of Tropic, visited
,
'"S yet they are free from
absolutely We are pleased to see Miss Emily plo-nlo to be held at Oleander 1'oint,
town last Saturday.
'ntation They seem to have a re- I bitching here among us again, on a Cocoa, May tat, 181ft. All are cordially --:) Special Attention Given tq Private Formulas (:-
<">n ut kindness, and kindness)ias con- Mr Robert Mathers has removed his invited to attend the largest day's sports
ed more sinners than either zeal, family from Eau Gallie to Tropic visit She was down last summer, and ever held on Indian Klver. Liberal Dealers In all kinds. of Haw Material, suth iu Snip. I'otahh, Kiilnit( CottonSeed !

bend or learning. They will be spent a very enjoyable time among her prizes given in all races. Picnic to com Meal, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc. ,
will at the
M. Prince preach
'owed to Coronado another season. Rev. H. many friends. mence at 11 a. m., hutting all day, and Bone ground and steamed In the factory In three different grists.CJT .
y call to mind those lines of TODnyWe'er Baptist church next Sunday at 11 a. m. We understand that Mr. ending with a grand boll at the Plaza : bend for Pamphlets and Prices.
Owing to a failure to put up a suitable Calynhoun, hotel Music by It.nrata's string or-
,> It be, It seems to me, prize, the boat race did not come off last who has been turtling up the Indian chestra.

1'n only noble to be good, Saturday as announced.Mr. River the past winter, has commenced PIIOIIJUWXIC:

id hearts are more than coronets, crack colt Eau Gallie his work In this river, and expects to
ud simple faith than Norman blood." Croker's 1 1 :KX a. m. . . Potato race F.E. .
rich stake in England last turtle here alliummer. F. CLARK
I race
won a c.E.
11 :::10 . .Climbing greI\l4OtII.olt!
ould anything have been more perfect week, beating a field. of fine racers .
In Gallo -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine' 12:()O. . Speaking ,
our Easter weather on the beach. Hurrah for Eau
a cloud was in the sky and just No. one, $;); No. two, *10; No. three, *15 12:30 p. m. .. . Grand basket plo-nio
I' Mr. Jim Mitchell Is running on the Titusville Fla. IU . . .Sotlscrackercontest
ugh breeze from the ocean to make Della In the interest of the RefrigeratorCar 1:.'10 .. .. . . Tub race J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE : .
[ perfect day. The first thought that company, and his great popularity 2-00: , Clay pigeon shoot
Ie, I to should many of us on arrising, was "0 gets him lots of business.Mr. MIt. FLAGLJ U'S NKW 1IOTKL 3:00 . .100( ().yd. foot race
like to be at home today . . .SackVheelbarruw "
f I ear the Easter music and to see theM J. C. Chandler, of Sumter, S. C., .. .. . \ and CARPETS.
>'t new spring color that will be has taken the position of section fore A Report That lie Will JulIEt Three-legged
fo We did not know of the treat man on the J., St. A. &: I K Ry., vacated backward "
One of Corullne Rock at Kunnlng 60yds.
[tote for us in the afternoon. Some by Mr. J. S. Sunday. "
4:-00 3 mile (local riders) bicycle
f>r DI be guests: had arranged a special prom The Eau Game shooting club met last Miami. 2 mile handicap Wholesale and llctnil. =-- :-:: _

connection with our five o'clockr Saturday afternoon, thU being their1 at lllO-yds. slow "
service, and it was Indeed an en- for long time. Mr. }'IoydLeighton circulated t. .1 mile ladies' "
first meeting a MIAMI, April 17.-A rumor is -
Me
'wards occasion.heard One of the guests" was won the match and carried off here to the effect that Mr. Flagler .. 5 mile (free for all) t' We have made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of Goods suitable for the
to remark "There are
largt churches anywhere; whose conations the honors. The Individual scores werepoor. will erect the finest hotel on the East Boats and hacks can be hired running llattt Count Iliiyer
Coast at this point The site the rumor
have from Cocoa to the Plaza hotel.
listened to sweeter music
II w, enjoyed today at Coronado." The sloop Belle, Capt. Harry Hodgson has will It, Is be already selected In the and the of build- El>. STIIINO ) Committee OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW
Ing begun course only a
"rvice opened with that approprl- has returned from a trip to Lake H, (J. hutAX { of

Easlel hymn, "Christ arose," sung as Worth, where she has been cruising the coraline few months.rock, which The building Is to be found will be hereIn of L. T. DAMIKLH ) Arrangements. ..pWrite us what you want, and we will quote price by return mall.
act t b) Mrs. Gilbert and Mr. John past fortnight with a merry party consisting -
rp with the whole corny of Mrs. and Miss Gilbert and great abundance. Mr. Flagler, his Our Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
financial his architects and his
agent ,
: been followed the responsive Messrs. Gilbert, of Banyan. The party
builders were all here recently, and spent To Let.
ling, led by Mr. Sharp, after which enjoyed the trip immensely.Mr. Store
filbert several days The plans for the new
sang solo with flute ablihich Herbert Johnson, of Boston, building have been drawn, It Is said, and BRICK store to rent In the ADVOCATE:
was played by Mr. KobertT Mass., who spent part of the winter herea the workmen will be down just as soon
It is seldom, if ever, we have Hotel Granada and who baa I the canal Is finished and lumber and block. Fine locationApply at the
,
r",, ''o sweeter music than the rich, guest at a AIJVOVATK office, Titusvllle. Lots in West Palm Beach !
r I., h of Mrs. Gilbert's contralto been visiting at Mlcco the past six other material can be easily shipped.
nip- weeks, returned to Eau Gallie last Satur- Whether the rumor Is true it cannot be
sued
r' 'I' ""lid) pieceshwe eflute.reeder'edSeveral eby day, where he will remain a short while found out, but the recent visit of Mr. ---- -- -
difl' previous to his going north. Mr. Johnson Flagler and the others of the party give ""
'v'" nded"nt guests, and when the ser- appears to be well pleased with the the people here strong hones of havingthe Indian River Mattress and Agent for the Lands in Dade County of o
we were loath to leave
,It. ,Od around the piano for an East Coast. Citizen.much-talked-of building.- -Florida Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co

I re, singing over Easter hymns. Mr. Otto Van Elck, of Philadelphia -* Brush Company +* 'j
tt I rllwd' at Hotel du Nil, Sarno. ,
from the cottages came Is stopping Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
'J ou+ service In addition to the hotel Master Eugene Murphy entertained the To Be Given AWRY. .
TitUHvillo Florida.Our
.
t pr Juestlla.at and piano selections Sunday evening, accompanied with violin by "Information for Homeseekers Mattresses, are made from 8-oL I Lake Worth Land Trust. New River Land Trust
the
\01 "g of all kinds done at the Mr. John Nicholson on the banjo. Mr. on ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre,
F. office. e Wm. Munn's song was loudly applauded.If and East full Coast of of useful Florida information.; partly Illustrated"The and faced with superfine fibre made from LOke Worth Pro: p ertioc. t
we had known of the dormant talent the cabbage palm. This fibre I I. made
concealed behind the quiet exterior of Land of the Sky and Beyond, with by Green s patented process, which La" Worth Ape far the Liverpool Londo Olob luuriuu* Co.

Cocoa. Mr. Will Dixon, the genial hotel clerk, office Illustrations., Titusville Free, Fla.at the AUVOCATE: 'I make it tough, curly and elastic. It Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach Fla.
we should have called upon him to assist will not break up, mat down nor
at one of our entertainments the Send two-cent stamp to pay postage dusty, like mot or excelsior. The fIbre - -. --
'he' '! being laid on Church street put winter. He Is ventriloquist of will not draw dampness and get musty
"fi !'"llanKlver no mean ability, and we hope to havetbe nor mildew this being an advantage in
*: t i avenue. pleasure of hearing him at the :B.A..R.GS a damp anal warm climate-always remaining Lumber and House Building Materials 4<-
[
our colored
'u, citizen are BOW Casino next season. sweet and clean. The work- ,
the crop in the bean fields uanshlp Is guaranteed first-elms in

'* O, Wade I am offering bargains In :- every respect # < Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Nails andBuilders' ;
k' the left for the north last Fort Pierce. Furniture .. Matting .. WindowShade Braided seams, double-stitched and ,
,
w, rl summer, after a pleasant, well tnffed top and bottom.DoubU .

sojourn on the river *, Mirror, Etc.I Mattress, .M-Ibc. ,alt lo i,a, | 00BJnicte Hardware.
*' t Brown conducted services W. need rain badly here; the product MtttraM.t,S.'e'a. Tae
lI rks also have a department devoted to M|>*eUJ UM -d. to order.
am' ""hllt'dl.last Merritt Sunday in morning the after-, and are dryiig up. Coffins and Caskets Mall orders will receive All kinds of Palmetto Brushes Sized Framing' and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty. .

The trade-boat Merchant, Capt Klteb- prompt attention. Satisfaction! mad to order. Call on or address,

", Ing In command, arrived hero yesterday. guaranteed.KDWIX I. K. )MATTKISS Bacsii Co., G. F. PADDISON, -

", t ,i I'fa.etory with It it* running business extra The tint use )[r. and Mrs. llotsg, Dt Waveland, )t UtOy. ,..u-r_, rU. Box 14J TUuivlIle, Fla. TITUSVILLE, FLA., and KAU UALLIE FIX
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ALEX NEAR. Elmill: :
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THE BELLS OF LIFE. I Notice NEAR &
ELI PERKINS RIDE. TAYLOR
the birth belle art ringing a Joyce chime I In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuitof (SltoeeAllon to John IitAl) 'te'I
Tor a white coal l.ld In the lap of log t lM\>r.

tu A bloom Kplrtt for flower a dal from on th.the.Gelds.......*sbovo of lima.rii .I HOW AND WHEN HE LOST HIS REP llcthelJ Florida. Stewart, Urevaid, )County\ > Artesian Well Contractors

UTATION FOR VERACITY.A *. for itel lief,etc.I ,
\ Mil JOB
wedding belli .wtng to their fladdw B.A.Canmlr. and Vt. A. J EAU GALL1E. FLA
!<'<..t.
Proclslm og the rood that the fall yearsbrlnf Tbrllllng Experience': en One of the Cold. anpearlnu! h' the sworn itatenient In the i
IT, of rmnplalnt: flle.1 In the shove cannethai TITUSYILLE BAKERY
la the circling band of th. marriage ring eat Night of a Cold Winter In Iowa-ATelegram the re4.Hmlent, B. A. tanuilre rwlde.t ,
of their ianl throat Kane KanMM,and that the re l from tb braaan depth ( Thai Was Inspired by the Ambltlon City
of rejmnmlent ti'.A.$OOtt, In unknown t-i complainant C. FISCHER,. -. I
In tba belfry of tint tha oVatb brtls loll of a Candidate For Coa.,.... ,and that reopomlent.art lath over the Proprietor
.
The entrant to bearm tba end of earth aienrsi ... Now, therefor. It If ordered Pies A !
that ,the said B. A. ta mlre, and that TOO Cakes Confectionery a
::. death that U only a grander birth I have traveled over the Alps when the mid von W. A. Scott, do be and appear before Specify,
A Hf e I bondage fall, from the panning nnL started wheels in before and day All orders In
we on Italy, were put our said Omit on or R 1:1he: : our line !
Birth Della, marriage tolls, death bell. roe on runners at the monasteries of St Bernard ,I of annwer June or,team demur. the to Dam.nf complainant bill to of pleadI coro-. attended to. promptly
hare rung and the nest day came tumbling plaint,or a decree pro I'Onl..1II he entered I PRIN
The story of life more the world wee .. of you.and said can*, orb
down into the wbeatfields of Switzerland -
HUM Uartwlck Thorpe la Detroit Free Prey ills all wed tonpItoreed e* pane. It I* farther FORWINES -
and the Rhone. Then I have Jinrikishad Hired that Mils notice be pnlillnhed I In the
and wheel bar. I>DIAI R.v" AnrooATit:, at TltniTllle. Fla,
through Japan
BAD MAN IN TEXAS. .
MET A once a week for eight weeks.VtltneM and SPIRIT
rowed in China. But the most exciting the Honorable J. D '
.&. Army 011I...,*. Etperlene. Which '.- trip of my life was taken In our own I : and TING '
the.ealofaa1drourtthis .
eluded a Drink of Poor Whlik?. country, out in Iowa. It was one of the (SEA L.1 26th day ,'Hit BEERS'x
of March,A I) IWift.martMw *
occasion in life bare coldest of cold
"On1100 one 107 night a winter. lectured A. A. STEWART,
I felt the need of a weapon," said an for the college at Usage City, northeast Chronic NervousnessCould Clerk Circuit Court CIGARS: ETC I
officer of the United States arm"I from Cedar Rapids, one night, and the .

, bare never carried a gun, but it ban. next night I was to be at Orinnell college Not Nervous OF THE FINEST QT AI (TT,
Sleep
eomotlmos occurred to me that no man near Dos Moines I had to ride There are two ways to avoid drown 00 TO

ought ever to be without one. One down through the central part of Iowa, Headaches. Ing In a sea of metaphysics be ableto

cannot be tare bat that some time the on the old Iowa Central road. To do Gentlemen have been taking swim or so big you touch bottom; to H. OF ALL KINDS 4- Lesley & Rcnakcr

weapon would save otie'i Ufa For in this I was compelled to drive 80 miles your Restorative Nervine for the past bo either very good or very clever Families Supplied.
stance,I will recite to yon a little experieuce across the prairie, from Osage City to three months and I cannot say
of tor own. It was In a wild Mason City, in order to strike a ( o'clock enough In Its praise. It has ".rl'..'. WINE Of C ROUI for female diKii... Our Lodging and Lonelle,
Rill be Ready by Oct. 1. i ,,
mountain region of Texas 1 was riding morning train for QrinnelL Saved fly Life - Nt atw Itest
side Washington; ave., betw'eo i I
|
along a lonely path, mounted on a government Thirty miles over the prairie in a for I had almost given up hope of Nothing pleases the average unman Neatly K. W. depot and ADo<'A rt I. .t I.
mule. Not a thing did I have northwest storm, with the thermometer ever being well again. I was a icing better than to get hold of a convincing

on my person which could have boon re- 15 degrees below zero, was a test of chronic sufferer from nervousness. and I argument for disregarding a

girded: by the moot Impoverished citiZen strength, nerve and bodily calorio. But could not sleep. I was also troubled distasteful morsel of moral law. HODGES & GODFREI
as of value. Whistling as I went, 1 we made the trip. Oii'-o ocr sleigh tip with nervous headache,and had tried I
approached a large rock, about which pod over, and our blankets and robes doctors in vain, until 1 used your ,
the path ran to avoid a sharp ascent blew away. It was a hurricane, and Nervine. MRS. M. WOOD. Einjwood. IlL I Scrofula, salt rheum, and all diseasesof Cheaply Manufacturer of

Just as 1 reached it a fierce lookingman even our hot soapetouetook to the wind. Dr. Miles' Nervine the blood!, dyspepsia, headache, kid
rose out of the bushes and cried JHOO we got to circling around on that ney and liver complaints and catarrh the, Yellow Pine Lumber
cured by Hood's SarsapArilla, rt
are
Halt!I' 80) mile prairie, and the driver threw up Cures. blood purilier.llood'lI .
"What could I do? I'crhaplYou will its frozen hands and screamed: great Boron .t REI\SF.II,
Ir Mile' Nervine la Hold on a pooltlT* AND -
Bay that I ought to have charged upon "We'slostl"!
cuaranu that the first bottle will Vnnflt. biliousness Orange Hot heads,
him with my government mule, overpowered But the stars came out, and we AlldruKglHtaiiollUatfl, ( lx>ttlifor K,or Tills cure jaundice, I'
him,taken away his arms and whirled around toward the north star It will twacnt. prepaid, on receipt of price sick headache, constipation, and all liver I Fruit *: egetalile Cnt.,
by the Lir. Ullua' Uwilcal Co., Llkhart, Indfey ills. ,
demanded why be should thus obstruct and struggled on. Lnmlier delivered at any part >t inillai Rive I
on throw h bill of lading intern
what was. the best substitute availablefor In the gray of the morning with what Ini building on time taut Coast::i ill neuti 5.

a public highway I did nothing of joy| we saw the straggling lights of the -t..... OF CARDUI, a Tonic for W ...a. Skepticism Is often the cloak in which ExpeditiouslyExecuted J.write,T.&for: K.price W.*Ry. The, 9 miles Sawmilll.Ituate south .if CaUik' ,n..
the kind. The only reason I can allegeis little station of Mason City, now a place Ignorance manqueiades.

that t was afraid. Such a method of of 8,000 people 1 I remember well how TOLD OF PRESIDENT FAURE. The prompt man has a right to be Satsuma Illghts Putnam co.,Fla.

dealing with highwaymen does well rolled out of the sleigh and tottered up slow when there Is no hurry.
enough in story books, but in real life it to the station door. It was all dark The Head of the French Republic In the
is dangerous Accordingly obeyed the within I know the morning train hadn't l>uj,.of the Commune.M. .
TOLEDO 1 J. M. SANDERS
!STATE or 01110, CITY OF till I .
suggestion of the bold bandit and halt. gone. Wo bad won, but, oh, with what Faure, the president of the French It.CAS' Coi NTV I I ,

ed. For a moment my heart jumped into I COSt! republic, is well known by a prominent "ronk.J. Lhenney makes oath that he
my throat as I saw him thrust a hand i Knocking on the door, then pounding Freni American resident of New Orleans M I the senior partner of the firm of /. J. Dealer in -

into his hip pocket lie drew from it louder, the agent finally opened it who was with M. Fanre daring Chenney & Co., doing business the
something and pointed it at me point "lias tho 6 o'clock train gone south the French commune lie describes the city of Toledo, County and State afore- DRY GOODS NOW
blank. perceived that the something to Grlnnell?" I asked, with tremulous new president ns a man of personal magnetism said, and that this firm will pay the sum AT THE- ,

was not a pistol; it was a bottle-a large voice ,of splendid executive ability and of One Hundred Dollars for each and
block bottle. Said the highwayman "What" unquestioned bravery and firmness. every case of Catarrh that cannot be AND

'Drlnkl'"I I "Has tho train gone south" Fanre began business as a small commission cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Choice Groceries

held out my band and grasped the He looked at me in amazement and merchant In hides, wool, etc., FRANK subscribed J. CHFN-NEY.in --(1.- ,
bottle with more than ordinary eager mid: at Havre years ago. From that, by en Sworn to before me
this Otli day of December,
uess. I drank. It was the worst whisky "Gone, man I Gone? Why, she went ergy, economy and thrift, he prospered, A.my D.presence 1880. Hay, Corn, Mapes' Fertilizers,

1 ever taHtod.ond that is saying a good lust September. She is a summer train and his business increased until he was ( __-. ) A. W. Gl.FAOV, ADVOCATEPrinting
deal, fur I bad lived in the wilds of the lint," and ho looked kindly at me, she one of the most extensive commission JotAi,. > Notary Public, FINE PATENT FLOUR,
west for a number of years lint to me will go again In Jane If you must goon merchants in that city. He became also t ellal
it was a grateful draft 1 banded the her, you can sit around bore in the one of the most prominent men of the Catarrh Cure is taken Inernally Oooo JT'loridn.COMPOUND .

bottle back to the highwayman, and as depot and wait" city politically, and just before the and acts directly on the blood and --(. ..-
he wont his way with a benevolent smile What did I do? Franco-German war he was mode first mucous surfaces of the system. Send
his countenance I resumedwith hotel "adjoint" to the of the city and for testimonials fiee.
upon a Why I went right over to a log mayor OXYGENRestores
Toledo O'
F. J. CiiEfNEV & Co., ,
thankful heart smothered was a staff officer of the army, although
my journey upon my nd went to bed, and sleep Sold 75c.
uglgtst
his duties did not require bill by tIt
government mule. 1 had meant to offer my sorrows. presenceon
liini that mule, but would hardly bare Sleep! Sleep! the battlefield. He took an active interest tOffice.
matters little of what material the strength, quiets tin 'ienei
had the nerve perhaps, for he might At 10 o'clock I crawled over to the of course, in the war, and it wall
and disease.
have regarded the proffer of such au obviously depot and opened the wires on Presi owing to his efforts that the commissary lattice Is made on which the vine climbs Proof expels the most convincing, i. ."fftred
,
valueless gift as an insult "- dent J. B. Grinnell of the Iowa Central department of the French soldiery was npnaid. If the vine can find the sun, free to all who suffer. Call .mil w. ft

Washington Star This, by the way, was the original wan kept well supplied. lie was also a close the rose will bloom. or write for further information IJwi
---- whom Groeley told to "go west" Grin. adviser of the officials of Havre and in of 200 pages:; sent free.

Hearing and $..ing I'lanU Grow nell went west, and it was he who every manner demonstrated great executive I Have you seen it ? Seen what t Why } *! Home or office treatment i 'msaiu-

There are several ways of rendering founded the city of Griuuell, where Iwas talent and a born leadership. I the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If I, I Lion fiee.

the growth of plants both audible and to lecture. lIe built the college It was in 1871, during the French own a sail or row boat, don't fall to lrs. Starkey &: Palm,

visible, but the modus operand in the there. The railroad, the town, the col- commune, however, that his personal have one on hand It is a great labor p',
"latest improved" experiments Is as loge and the lecture course were all his bravery and ability to confront desperate saver and is patented in the United 1529; Arch Street, PhiUdt lpl> ;

follows In order to make the growth And I threw myself into his arms with emergencies were tested. While actingin States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A
of a very vigorous plant visible, a fine thlll telegram: the capacity of "adjoint," or adviser few of the state rights will be sold at a
platinum wire should be carefully at. "Please give me an engine. Get me of the mayor at Havre, a request was reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton e JACKSONVILLE STEAM DIE

inched to the growing part The other to Grinnell tonight!I" made of him from the mayor of Paris Titusville, Fla.

end of this wire should be attached to a "Any engines needing repairs at Ma. for firemen and engines. The city of WORKS

pencil pressing gently against a drum on City? If so, send Perkins down," Paris was in flames from one end to the If we taxed wisdom, and! let each one

which is being driven by clock work. If came over the wire from Grinnell other, and aid was being asked every- I assess himself, what a big revenue the Do not The above establishment is untie new
the growth be uniform a straight line "No. 6 wants a new firebox," went where in engines and firemen. Faure 'state would have I II management We positively ituiranto

is marked on the paper, but the very the answer. at once called for volunteers and urged I our work equal to that of an) northen
lightest increase is shown by inclined "0. K. Send 6 with Perkins Get upon them the necessity of respondingto city
tracing him bore or kill him," replied Grinnell the call He thus raised a companyof In the Spring Send yourPRINTING

A slight modification of this arrangement In 80 minutes we were off. We went firemen to go to Paris and fight the Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed,
renders the growth audible. In bounding over the old iron rails between fires that were raging everywhere. Nearly everybody needs a good medi Dye!
this experiment the drum must be covered .okloy and Marthalltown, and bow we Faure showed his courage and won the cine. The impurities which have accumulated Ladies Goods Cleaned or

with platinum foils of a certain flew I Villages became splotches of ma- hearts of the firemen and people by go In the blood! during the cold away Dying Silks and Cleaning good ,}> *
width and ing with the volunteers as their leader. months must be expelled, or when the s11
separated from each other by tuna paint Telegraph poles blurred like most delicate texture a Specialty
mild days come, and the effect of bracing 1
spaces of about one-eighth of an inch. wagon spokes in the sun. With all the engines the city could spare air is lost, the body Is liable to be for price list

Those strips of platinum should be We blew the whistle, but the train they hastened to Paris, and for three overcome by debility or some serious But keep the MAIXIIARD BROS. I'rop
made to complete the circuit of a gal beat the sound into Marshalltown, and days, without rest or scarcely anythingto disease The remarkable success

Tanio battery, to which au electric bell the agent came out and looked the eat, fought the flames. achieved by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the No. 13 Newnan St., Jacksonville fl*
attached. In this case the bell is wrong way We had passed the town, Fanre did the duties of a fireman, and many words of praise it has received,
kept continually ringing while the and the whistle was still behind. on one occasion when one of the men make it worthy your confidence. We Money on the CO.
plant is growing the height of the widthof Well, we got to Qrinnell and struck was asleep from fatigue, rather than ask you to give this medicine a trial. W H, GLEASON & ,

the strips used and is silent while the the audience on the stroke of 8. President awaken him took his place and did his We are sure it published good. teal LAxnCASts.t
is work. He was in a dozen perilous positions the testimonials in behalf ofIloai'e ATTORNEYS IN
pointer passing over the spaces between I' Grlnnell hadn't told them about
the during that three days' fight with Sarsaparilla, all from reliable, East Coast -
of
strips metal The growingof the ride. The audience thought I came tell the
grateful people. They story
t
corn may be heard direct by means on a regular train or drove over from fire, in company of his companions, and TITLES TO SPANISH GRANT* &

of the microphone, and there are those I r the next station. When I tried to tell never flinched In every instance he AMINED AND PERFEl TEll
who declare that they have beard it ;fl them about my trip, they only laughed. proved himself to be a man of determination Teachers Certificates By giving theADVOCATE -

without any artificial assistance what. I They didn't believe me. Alas! that was and courage. He was first in I &
AND
ever.-St Louis Republic the day, that was the night, that I lost every danger, and at the most critical The examination of applicants for certificates ABSTRACTS FURNISHED : ;
for veracity and all these times be never lost his self possession SURVEYS OBTAINED
i my reputation will be held In TltusviUe, at the
Tw Savory Supper Dbh_ it back. I and will power, and with his volunteer
to
1 bar
struggled
years get Schoolhouse No. at pre-EIDPtlOi :
( 2), commencing Defective Homestead and
Cheese puffs are made firemen be did service in trying
by taking an i now and a member of yeoman I
am a vestryman '
8:30 o'clock. m., May 1, 1895. Entries Corrected and Perfected.
equal quantity of grated cheese and the Young lien's Christian association, to save Paris from the embrace of the Claims before the DP art- ;
bread crumbs, writes Elisabeth Robin fire fiend Applicants must file with the county adjusted .
but nothing will get back toy lost reracity I ment at Washington.Correspondence .
on Scovil The Ladies' Horns Journal except perhaps this open confession The people of Havre never forgot M. superintendent a written endorsementof A share ol solicited

Soak the bread crumbs in as much milk now for the first time made. Faure's valiant service on that occasion, good moral character and pay an examination .

as they will absorb. To each pint of I I When I asked the venerable President and afterward, u a Republican, he was fee of one dollar. EAU GALL1E, FLA c
crumbs allow 3 eggs. Season with salt elected to the chamber of deputies. He 1
Qrinnell ;years afterward bow be came Come provided with pens Ink and Your Job 1t
and not pepper. Place alternate layers' to telegraph "Get Perkins to Grlnnell served with several ministers as I"rlvateaoore&ary paper, and be prepared to stay two Work Pineapple Orange and L'IUOI
of cheese and bread crumbs a baking I' or kill him" he said: and of late years has had more full Land
dish add the eggs and bake about 15 "Well my son ;you see I was running important connection with that branch days. I For Sale CheaP'c

minutes. Son as soon U the dish is for congress then, and I didn't of the government service. He has prospered J>o. H. SAMe, I have for sale ()acres of pmetrp* l

taken from the oven bave any record to run on All I bad in business as well as in political Co. Supt Pub. Ins. )- (. and on St. Lucie river, a few Rille> \ 1

Cut thin slices of bread about three done was to condemn land for right of affairs and is said to be one of the low Eden, 40 of which being n.-rta JIll., t
inches square, heap them with grated way and Immigrants on our trains. most popular as well as one of the ablest Vat ...4.......... quarter of northeast quarter "' *-

cheese, taking care not to spread it withla I was dying for a record to run on-one statesmen of the French republic.-New One-I presume you are one of the 18, township 38, south of rang >,. an eighth of an inch of the edges of that would bring me the sympathy of Orleans Tlm..- mocra" "advanced" women. a-1L11: Job worlL the other 40 I Is the nortbea.i liUW l

the square. Place them in a pan and the people, and it oocurred-mind me," Tother-Well, no really, I can't say of southeast quarter of Ie'I t
put them in quick oven. be said It slowly, "it simply occurredto All Saints' day NOT. I, is said to that I am. You see, I'm married and artistioallyButtonups township The 38, south of range 41 ";a..1-o- I
bought ,
have been began by Pope Boniface IV have four children. Detroit tree above land can be t
me as a business man-I beg pardon Preas. per acre. It Is suitable for pm'3l: >*
Bed Topped UooU.
about 607 and was established by Gregory t
for saying it, and the tears came to orange lemon lime growing
"When I was a boy," said middle bit eyes-"but It occurred to me if yon; IV about 830.Demosthenes The first watches at Nurembergand Will,be sold or In lots of 40 t' rw '.1 al, ;
.:
aged man, "everybody, men could be killed on our train then, and called "Nuremberg eggs," commanded cash. This land will soon be a, r'L .
too used to wear boots. Who anefbo""j the people should find it out. why, I paid I chalchi-that is, 'I Dearly tllOOMcElrcc'a Satisfaction.: per acre.

remember the pride and joy of would be nominated and unanimously less than 1 cent-for two waxen tabletsto Apply to C. II. Walton, AI '"
boy over his first pair of boots with red elected." make a memorandum.It C-ilarLL1.tool. office; or to Robbins A Grahari.. 'r "
tops What delight of early Is Wine of Carduland *" I
youth Title
Then be added, with a long sigh
there now to equal it? The first pair of "Your coming and the lector you delivered is said that ales fed on corn that THEDFORD'S BLACK-ORAUGHT are Sons us your __ tWalton' 1
suspenders is all very Well, but what is has the smut will lose their hoofs. J' t
with the Calking
settled me peopl.Iwu for sale by the following merchants laTitusville Rapid Mj
there like the first pair of red top boots?" d..t..dl.-Ell Perkins la ox-dors. 13.00, $1000, and 113.00 each, :tit i I

-New fork Sun. Magazine of Travel __ : Fred S. Chaffee Co, by many of the principal boatbIn I
_dun.. Will' or eUDut for Wall N...... J,B. Screven, the North bee pamphlets IIIi. I
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" INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 26 1895. 7

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I XXOTmL HE HAD NERVE Ii

AHOND POLISHING.TTINfl ___ _
[ Most Drummer Stave, but TbU On Could The Tropical Trunk Line.

HOTEL ] 01.. Them folnU.There .
AND PUTTING A LUSTERON MELBOURNE OM\\DO Hom. .t'r.:,:} I is one kind of motohant drtmt

THE FIERY STONE. wirq_m.canjutrq s ablo to the traveling man, and that In '
I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.
i MELBOURNE, Indian Rler, FLORIDA ,; ..... the individual who knows it all and or

lodMtry Not Know I. Thta CoaotryFtlrTer Open all the :year round Good Fish. o._"':.lJ... .' L; '.;.,;r--. den his roods direct from the house JOSEPH II. DUHKEE, Receiver.
ing Hunting and I instead of allowing the traveler to take
Ago- Oar Cvttcr El. tJ: .60 and upwards Yachting Rates \i\1( SltW.' '. Dt4AN" ; ; ... his order. There is such a man in a INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT CO. Jt'HTr: AM I..\KE OUT1I R'rPally
Earope&D COOBtW /'\ '
Most Every II&
r. ,I Tbo ot Proprietress MRS I. M CARD town not nll\IIY11111t'1 from Indianapolis! -
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.."] Diamond Mad of Chip Special Feature at (.'otvnado--Jitni" He has no coo for traveling men, and If .--S----'O--: IIllfTII T'III.' T.bl..ln 1.1 Apr, lot. '91'1.'; : 'IIIIT" -
N
bTo,2v I .. ::
I .
I" N! n. 711. .
1' who fortunate erate rate, solid (comfort no ontpntntlon I ono of them happens to drop into his ;rnII <
are ,
people -
few eAnp: M -1A'KNII\mLF: ,
; Ar 'lIIam iilrn.- i
ay to be able to wear diamond. HOTEL y: CARLETON grant l tiaUiiK, HHHJ tonkin*.. \\'iltt' tore the old grocery keeper either igLores . --I r.'I' 1I1 . ..I"'n.\.III.rll.II." .. eosin 4l1ftru' .. .... I

,ugh what amount of labor baa been for It i IIIHpalmetto. him altogether! or gives him a tl'r.rible. .... / i
w .tonllue lanbiug The old fellow .,.,, ,
them from the time theyre .o.a ,
Jacksonville
upon
ndcd
Florida. caught however and those .. .. .. : : ,'
was once ,
mined until finally they appear In .. .. .. /
showcases of the Jewelers ready for {House{ who have been unfortunate enough to .. .. 104lla IEl a 1 12las.' .... ...... ..1..11',1'' .. . 1311.11I 4."hi HIU.'n

Fewer still are aware of the fact Opposite Postofllco 1\ i run up against him are wondering how 11nta s1As ::: .. 11Mts1.r, .... .. ..... ... .. .. .. : ::: : : I Itsnpm: .clam
''t labor of the cutter and polisher Lf ....... lit was done. The man who sold him a ... liMa 9105 I1gpAr' ... Nsnfonl..1.v I SMFtn lonlm'10.lIl tlosam
I the bill of goods heard before he reached the .. ... .... 4lea 1 ::11..1. .. IIrl..ln .. .. .. ..I..i llaaain./ ... .
lilt (leapt $10 a carat to the value of Under New Management DAYTONA, FLORIDA.COMFORTABLE .. .. 4/11I./ 8"7..1.. .. .. ., ...,?\0,1..111I111.... .. .. .. .. 1011.1.11I ... .
town what a tough old customer he .. .. .... .. ..
diamond. These would squirm S10a 1I'.J.Ar.. .. .. .. llarl" . .t.\ htapm rle.m. ..... ..
uncut idea of taking evens seemingly + + and HOME-LIKE. 1 was, and he made up his mind to sell .. .. .... .. .. .... 11101.,Ar. .. .. .. .. .Htntalenia.' . .las : :sopot I I.... .,...

,. shed the and polished piece brilliant, doubling and the split exlicncy :. new Thoroughly furniture renovated, new decorations new plumbing, gas,, Halifax Situated on In the West Bank of the I him He had a bill bwu of goods told or how die in every the attempt scheme :::: ''' : :::. ..sham/Ma. 4oapAr.Tl'ri'Nt11.f.e!:, :::::::: : I_ :: :. Iv: .: 710au; ,'.::::, ::::
two beautiful
a it into electric light steam heat elevator oval River a grove of failed, and ho resolved to try a now III.". an.111..'..... Yin; p hi i 11..r. .. ... r..rt Talll"" .. Ar-Tiii'ji: minn i .,"T ; t
of the act on common Bonne palmetto trl'elli; tone mile from the .\t I ursan-IFri S001po, Ar ...... Nest. ... I.. la00tpm NMIan.INst
ands The loss in weight from cut annunciator, hot and cold bathe, elegantly tntlc and within! easy walking! distanceof game-that uf making him meL He :I Wbd.and0at. .. .. eon ano I A,.... "I Ite..n. ::. hr: ha) ,:: m 17ol.sodna4::: :: :

but furnished the churches and pi-ire of amu eml'nt. wont into the store bright and early, ",.. .. -- _
la over one-half, it BO adds to parlor, orchestra. \Jcks.mvlleAr I \I '.' a1M: .r nrssuirlleAr elal,7lseks'rostlellr: ass
t of the diamond that a stone Strictly first-class In A good livery stable In attached to the whistling a merry tune. The proprietorwas t2mi: .\ .;""' alai: 1I 30II'II., ".Ia'ka AI"" az l.vlu.ItIv.Ar\ Saw
mine every respect. house from which guests cm. onler back at bill desk and tho drummer"braood" 22pAr' ( .'1"1'1114I1"1 B 4:1&:; "an I.I." '.r 43011'1"Jl30'I' Or (1rsn5M'Itll.v IlIta
one carat, costing in the rough per. teams a0spArTallran' '" 1 :101'1"1'' "'n".1 Iv., 22hp: 12..Arlskshelrul.r: ales:/
at moment
would sell for $110 when cut RATES:-$2.50 to *4 00 per day. a notice the clerk. 4e.o! Ar Tltu.,tn..I.\'lttl''''' ii Isltrna I.. r'qp! l i :fly/ \1':0.1'.1.': 1 700aa
pi f40 Kate*:-(2: .50 to *.{ day *12 to *I5 'I .
it the per : "Where in it? he askod. 1M I..J'.n\II..A' aonp, Ilasrv/ncks.nolleAr/ A00nsI.t, : ... \ A I'' 'iiii'1'
and the refuse leav Special by week and
iI t ,I polished, or to CommercialMen. per week. M llo\o "What, where, how'" exclaimed the 112' q9.: I., eanfnrd I At 11 00M 2.ks I.e I ahtka I Ar 4 R'p ,I t i I v N.nfnnl 1 Ar a MM124p1v
: : : :: 1I:
.t from the cutting might bring a alnona. Ar1044a II 4"AtIIaathnrnel.v 941.1. ia'o Ar hula Inv anaa
besides The value, however clerk bait scared to death. 11311'; AI'' OsklanA I I.v "'''Sins I'I :I/II'/ Arll.i"III'I.1"1'; OO"l.Ar/ Mt l..ra Lv 04ca
.1 nm CRAPO & LeVENE, "The chief muck 4a-i Arla.rs. hce 1v 0.04E 149. Ar la sla ht ic4ti. I At Tsrare, to t asht:
mogul, the high -a : :I ::: : r :
i not depend alone upon the weightthe x HOTEL s alp: ArTr nprlnIt"Iv: S Ml: Ar I.rsslurg I.e: 11 Ors, 't. : Ar EIdnrado I t Lv: S us.:
stone, but it i Is affected also by Proprietors. COQUINA muck" his royal nibs, his jaglota, the 1e.06pIAr$6Petrn'I'gl.v_ 02"'Arltns.kavtllcl.r'$41ss 11 :." .IAr la'eshuq( t., IIIIn"
boss, answered the traveling man.
inishes and impurity of color. It is 1 "Oh, you menu Mr. 8-. There ho t Dally .xrr|.t lIun.I,,).

I etone with blemish, which is someie ST. is, bAck thtra" Train 2.1.n.11 ..carry through Pullman Knees 1I".I"Il..ar| l...t..wn New Turk sail Tampa 1
left in it in the hope that the AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. 4 ORMOND-BY-THE.SEA Tho traveling man walked back to Trains IA and XI: -Through fullman llulTiit Birr).In:: r.r In'town ( IIl1'ln"alla,1.. Tamps) f fI

oront and inexperienced purchaser tho desk ami tossed his card to the N 1IJ.\S KM fit STEAM ion 1 T COMPANY. '-"(teamcr' "Bt. t.nrlr, I. a)').nlnlml( tn IMT I
discover it, which to the over TltiiHTille 4: t> m Moiutavaeilnin.l.\s e.,1 I F rl'h'1 ,H klpili. 7 :in p m'.; Brwall*
not goes FLORIDA. :: ;; ; : : : :i"it; : ::1. : '
11 t
COLUMBIA grocery keeptr "Is this Mr. 8--, Petut,10" a. Ttealay.. Thiinnlntaaml r4iturdnys; ilnr | ;to ,. m B. tiin1ainlrt, rrtiirnlnir >
t tnoiirt. cutter a second time, that the HOTEL bo asked. I..".. Jupiter| I :4lji. m. BnturliM; recall's Punts. II :4.1 a. m. TniHnliva ami( Tin ,..\.,..,
nolnsenr think needs cutting and AlAp, m Saturdays; the TltiiKville e:1a a. m. MrilnmUjianil. F'rtdsya. II a. m. Bun days. .

'wsarily! !! reducing to take the blemish Centrally Located The grocery keeper kept on writingand M. II. Olrrl\. 11.11. ('.\lII.F., (I. I' An.'III.\; l
t of. and thus increased its brilliancy on St. George OPEN DEC. f 1st, paid! no attention to tho traveling Ut-n. ""I't.| J., T K. \V.Ii'y. 11'.1'' hu'. 1U..r IItht ('It. (irurrsll'ussrngerAgent (
thai if he
Street. man were a post. .
- -- -
d I value. "Say, you bildhoaded old guy, if you
Less; than 10 years ago two diamond Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Park, i
deaf don't
mid dumb bang
why
are
and a full view of the Ocean and SURF BATHING AND DRIVING yon
here cut and finished all the rough Are back will Jacksonville
rolling breakers from the piazzas. a sign on jour so people ,
which to this market
amends came Specialties at Ormond. know it?"
fart there was not a sufficiency of fl
The last remark brought: the old fellow
irk even for these two workmen, fore Q7' For Circulars address, to time, and he opened out in great INS St. Augustine
W M TEAHEN
brilliant were nearly all imported Proprietor shape.

a finished state, ready for setting in SEISER & PINING Managers "Young man, he said, "I don't & Indian River

'T shape for the wearers. Out the dn Gas, Electric Bills and perfect system want anything to do with yon, and, r

.9 upon these became an Important of Sanitary Sewerage. ORMOND BY THE SEA. moreover, I do not propose to be insulted .

atter, as there was nothing to pay up. in my own house. If you are not out Railway.

the rough stone, at least nothing to of here in oue minute, I will cither '


gh because of the demands of Uncle and have arrested. "
you All Rail Line to Lake Worth via. St. Augustine Ormond
m. He argued that people who could "The you will replied tho and

ord to wear diamonds should be will. INRI. T RIVER HOTELS, drummer. "I don't know about that I Rockledge. -

g to pay high for the privilege. This represent the well known firm of Seize
South Bound.
atter of duty paid to the customs offln c i all & Holdom of Indianapolis and 1 North Bound.
became incentive to the dia- Ne, ho, Nn, An2e.
an TITUSVILLE came here to sell yon a bill of goods. 3 T be, Il'\n.3'/S 7e.. OeM

ond cutting profession, and the numr You have the reputation of killing a LvdsrMsmsUle.. Se., a 82.I'i _: .. J.\ ti'' 1',111I H..b awaaAr -III--: :. .
of workmen was Increased and the 9 .- Indian River. traveling man every day, simply because N6 Augnstlne. 1011\ a 1"1 J' .... .. I.\ 1I1.-1're.. ilIA. III. .......
Amerl- I.r Nt. Augustine III'JI' a .. I.\'W""I'II..r.. eisl'' a .. .......
ventive genius of our bright he is trying to earn an honest liv I.. 1I..UnlC" .. 10 M a .. I.IIlIh... 11..",,<1. 113:1.: III '. .. ..
,a Inventors set at work to make labor =z+= Fla. ing. Everybody in Indianapolis told me Inv East: 1',18Ik. III a I.Ah'I" .. . 1 t.\ a n'o... .. ..

ring machines for cutting and polish. -_ J M' that it was impossible to sell you anything }l'alutka alatka. >.. .... II .. .:: :. : TO iST a a'I.I. ........
= : F i g i FLL: :
g diamonds. e JNO. P. McCALL. They said your currants were N.n : .. : --- : : -::': :; .. :

Another fact that increased the incen- MANAGER. half flies, your cheese moldy and that In Nan Matnl 114'Ia' :.:.: : : 1.\'IIII.u..'" Steam 91'alll l F 9N9 lap
re to encouraging American diamond yon were a back number. I told them Ar\lr""n,1 .. 1 311I' ... .... i I.\ M..II..ur" .. 1104M a III Asap .."..".". .
I.\\lrlllnu l .. .... . 1.,11... II .....
m .
here was that the work on the bril- 'ifJ4 Open All The Year, they lied, and now, to prove that they 1.\lr"'IIIIJuuc ... ..... '". .. .... ...... ?.. I.\ lam (:.110.. .. 'OM a III 1130'1''JIll' ......
ants was too frequently done in a care p+ 'if tl do not know what they are talking I., bsytona. .I. "II' . .,. ... l.e Ileckl.dge.. /: .. ... .lIlPa'. : 14111. ? .....
si manner in Europe, particularly out. rr _' about, I want to send in your order 1.lIr'lIr.nK. ..00Mp.I / . ...... ,.\ ( ...... .. .II 3.1am a009.Lv 1' ... ...
New Nnrrna 1220 e 41t'a l.v ('Icy I'Mnt. II aS A
de of the Dutch city of Amsterdam, I 1 faa1,1 The traveling man opened up his I.lk'k1111111..IMO: ::: :: : Ta'a: : .:: I.aTltu.v111e.: : : :: :. .. ... ,12thpn; a ::: 54M1p Isp:: :::::::

d that American workmen could u.. Atrthlmm unnl''t u, Only a few minutes' sample case and sold a good order. His I.Tlt..III.. ,. 22s I' .S'q a I.\ \I"k 11111. .. .. .. "icti I' III 141' .......
c ?.tr.v- V f walk from Railway sta. Inv joy hunt 8 '11I1' III 01\ a iv h'ew No.yrna. .. .. I' I' m 1\\ auk\ .. .. ..
nch better satisfy the critical taste of ',a nerve did Indianapolis Sentinel .. .loan. 1'urt ( .I" ,
Orange./ n
ur people who deal In and wear pro- r lions and Steamboat land.I IH: :::klndge.; : :: : :f: r. : : :IC i 300: : t: bayt.oa. : .: : :: ::: : : p p:: in : : :::::,::
I. Esu Ilallle. .... 112. Ii nep Ar0hnunuI. .. .. ISr u .
out stones, for the trade takes in all I On the b k .i tt THE MAID OF THE MIST.A I.:: Nxrno 147 :p: : : :: 12 I' :: :::: L. urnn'ml:::: : "" .: I'. : :: : :::::::

ecioua stones as well as diamonds. At ? '" an e 1 e 1.\'M..lhn"rn. .. ., IMp 14hp: .. ... InvIlnnnndJnue.. .. . .... .......
far-famed Indian River. ,.. .. .. .... .
StLuv/a. SZtp .4e.p ArEastPalatka.: I3210pm . .
at time the difference between a dia- Perllon Trip That the SUacih LlttU :1. ; .:.:.:.;.:,.;.


tones ere and wall imported finished so marked and here one that was out the greatly and demand finished in.for TJJNJJL J3H. NEV'V' ME1N-----. ICEM-- --- ----NTe- falls Everybody has Craft heard BUcccMrullr who of the has Maid I-crfurtucd.visited of the Niagara:Mist i.... Eden? ., J71<. eta esr T IA; if :':: :..(Ti:.iHr: : : {g.7,;_..;. ;;; ;:I nMj. 1 p ; = 2.. .


I Her is IntcreetinR She was I.v bile. S,mnd ". A to p ... .. f.YII.\h'K. .. .. 411. InI. .. .. ..
eased, and within five years some six history ., W. Jnpttrr.. .. eta J' I .. .. .. .. Ar NL Aug.stlne .. .. 4 IA p III .. .... ....,.
ore diamond cutters had established built in 1854 for navigation between the Ir 1IIvl.re.. .. S IA I' . I.lit.. "Ku.lln... 1 Mir" 4:0 p III. .. i
emselves in New York, and all had I American and Canadian shores of the ArW l'al" Brach 9311 I' .. .... ArJ.ck..nrllls. 1 Ilia 11M., to.. ...... .. .,

ore work than it was possible for them I Niagara just below Niagara falls. She

da The eight diamond cutters dressedd THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE I was 72 feet long, with 17 feet breadthof A. & W. Branch.

polished at least one twentieth of beam and 8 feet depth of hold, lIulTII: JIOUXII. NOIIUI 11Ut'Nb.

11 the diamonds sold in the city of New and she carried an engine of 100 horse
STATIONS: So I NoI Nn So KTATIOS8. No 2 No 4 Net
'
'>rk, and the excellence of Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada.in power. After seven year. service her
superior "
desired to sell her. He received t r.yN..llmyrn"200"" Imx-: : ::::. a () 'ItY .nun 12111' sA'p .

heir 1'1 i and work became was recognized the envy of by the all older deal. Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States owner an offer of little more than half her I.Ors.'gelily" lake Iirlen 9470,10214 20q.1okb::: : *. ..:...... : (take OranK'Icy 11.1.,, ii ii :i: 4009'Saap: :: : ...I

orkers in Holland, who had heretoforead cost If he would deliver her at Niagara, Ar' II. ell, ,luna. 8 IM'I'' 11 Oil" .. . A' New Smyrna' 11 211& :.e'I' .

almost a complete monopoly of therade. opposite the fort, and after consultingwith BAN IIIATJoO IIRANCI/ I'AI.ATKA BRANCH.ho4M1 .

This showed that some things as TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA her captain and pilot, Joel R. Robinson "". -KTATlflS' :--\ el No e.7 No M Nn 17
Ml u others might be done on this he decided to accept the offer. .041, N"4'1 _NTATIR1d ::a_ +'juN GJ.:"ot 1'.Iatkana4.17at '.. l1 is.... 91np: ; -190p:
.
{ ,
:.IJ' / II. LEI'"I..A' 1' .
AI' 1..11.
,ode of the water better than the work. Robinson consented to act as pilot for :III' "'''' ArKwIM.I..UI S41gt9a/j/dN. : I suNoa111am I IOe' laopNTATDNS.

pen of Europe could da the fearful voyage, Jones, the engineer, '! SON! M hu 61 No Ml:1'alalka

I Diamond ar81 imported, as a rule, ---- -- -- -- -- agreed to accompany him, and a machinist .. .. ..1041riIes.Teoj./p I ,, )
A' Pass rak'tka. 11.n
From South Africa where as large and named Molntyre volunteered to 1200m1 12op 45p

M fine stones are found as in all of theEast N.w England' Lonely Cabin. share the risk with them.
BfUcbUvooa Mm. Mallbru.No On June IS, 1861, in the of All tralna daily Ixtwiwn Ja<'kunnvMI and Si. Angiintln.
Indies and Brazil, although many One house bigger, barer and uglier presence of Bt .
donna was ever more delightfully Train' KHilh Augustine run dally.xrnut Humlay
c' the prima a large crowd, the little vessel left the
African diamonds are off color. capricious, more full of mischief than the others, was the voluntary prison above the t'a..enger.ontrain. 23 and TS ha" Ten Mlnul for lunch at N.w Hinyrna.Tl .
which
dock was just
They come to this in the rough who for five suspension
old
country than the famous Mme. Malibran. of an woman, yean the eddy short distance '. Tlnw-Tal l shows Hi. Minors at whli b train may >*rinortml to and depart from
in bridge ran .II fJl
,
all up i: :
sorts of shapes and almost always of "Romeo and Ju.liet" had not allowed a human being to cross th* MM .rd.totkuu, but thrlr. arrival I or depsrture| at the '** utatcil. U iruaranlrmf nor does
rehearsals
wwven in shape. These lack entirely At the the threshold. Nobody thought her con cleared the smooth water and shot the Co pAn h"hlllHl' re.IH'.lbl.| fur any delay or any con.4iieni r* arlnlng thmform.J .
that luster she could never make up her mind like an arrow into the rapid under the H. P IIIOTT, JOHri'll KirilAKIiHON,
which i* the beauty of the It duct odd or remarkable. I saw her once -I_ (i. 'I l'WMin .
brilliant where she was to "die" at night was bridge. When a third tlf the way down, i-Mldvnt. n ,e" Agent
and attaches to the name so all at the gate, and she poured out a flood
know but
important for Romeo to she struck of water which
was by a jet
cloMly. for it is the and Insi babble the
brilliancy "don't of meaningless in delight at -- --
could was "not sure, keeled
he get carried her smokestack and
which away
make the diamond vain Her words
most listener were
possession a
will be
know "can'ttell"or "it just her over But she speedily righted, and
able added, of course, to the fact of its inarticulate, just as sour beer runs,
hardness .. it happens, according to my humor; after receiving another drenching from
and consequent ability to take choking itself, escaping from an uncorked
and sometimes in one place, sometimes in the waves daubed on without further accident
keep a very high polish. By the cask. the "Advocate" of Job
process of another. On one occasion she choseto to the quiet bosom of the river Send some your
"cleaving" the irregularities "I've seen passln before. There's
the footlights, her companion yon
rough stones are chipped off and of course, being compelled to"die" nobody ever passes but Len Moles goln .
lilt general form of the diamond is secared. to his lobster pots twlcet a week. 1
thus when the
the, bat without its possession of any curtain beside fell a her couple, and of footmen, had to locked my doors six year ago come July A Wond.rf" l MMihln*. Printing orders and you will be satisfied.

circles which the face. The folks tramped on kitchen floor, ,
separate
my
the .
Theee the pair off, one at a time, to A conception of the ingenuity involved
color chipped off pieces if of suitable carry intense amusement of the audience. and I can't scrub it but onoe a day The In the construction of some of

and without flaw., are used forlIIaklng John Templeton, the fine old Scottish year afore that 1 spent at my merried the finer tools now employed in various
what are denominated "rose"dillDondL da'ater's theoape. She didn't charge
tenor, was probably never so miserableas manufactures may be obtained from the
What are called, in the par. when he cast to sing with Mali nothin for my keep. To be sure, II following fact .
was -
lance -- ---- -
< of the trade, "fasces" of the dia- bran. Very often she was displeasedwith I chored round an knitted reg'lar. But I A machine for turning out watch

at road< are cut by the rubbing together his performance, and one evening I took it kind in 'Liza, not chargin noth screws was recently exhibited at the Institution .
mo stones, and when this i* in. No board aU winter. "
process she whispered to him "You are not of Mechanical Engineers in 1
**>Pleted and the stones have been uf- "Do children here usually charge 1tD
better that H\
acting properly; make love to me I London which was so complicated
4c1entl1 f robbed down they resemble two their mothers for board' I asked.
to which, so it is said Templeton several skilled engineers present confessed
the Irregular glass pebbles, but ground on innocently, replied, "Don't yon know I I, "No" with scared look:; "they send that they were unable to follow

fasces so that there is no sign nor am a married man?" Evidently the them to the house. the train of mechanism even when it PUR I
'lUggest1on even of brilliancy In "Yon must be lonely
fact lady did not think there was anything was explained by the aid of working
they are entirely without luster or serious in circumstance, for not long "Mef No. I've got my cleanin to daAn drawings I

-uly, and to the Inexperienced eye afterward, when in "Bomnambola" Len Moles goes by reg'lar Yet this machine, when a win Is fed 1

'wtWeM pieces of glass. But when the she was on her knees to Templeton as In the old days solitude, fasting and to it, goes on doing its work turning BBWASJt is the whole stay
<>g of these dull looking stone Is for the1ean no doubt brought
Baked Elmo she succeeded In making the praying out perfect screws and M long as the 1 4 iBlutu* tnte
there and the process concluded, tenor scream with suppressed laughter many hermit very near to God or the win lasts it requires no Interference by amraa ... Ma.e., about

Inca U a vast difference In the appear- when he should have been singing by devil but a solitude of five yean of IU human alteDdanta.-Y'oath'l Companion. -
of the diamonds.-Philadelphia scrubbing and watching for Len Molest
the I
moot tickling him rigorously under anDLCornhUl .

Magazine. Century_ Tb CM!***, II l'\fR SODA

: ZUctrietty and Ltthr. An old and good remedy for nervous How much truck, for instance, most AWAHPCortSM

le&ther ctrlcity 1* now used for coloring headache, which Is felt at the base of bonsesi contain of relics of trips, shabby I
more quickly and The is brt4 and which has to betaken ;;;;;:
bide table the brain. Is camphor. It most effective >a-brac. so on '
Macon of in
eoyered stretched on a metallic and The name of Nathaniel when applied to the part and rubbed care of and is of no use to any pucka' es.tbv-advenafyactaaw1cdgedpucat1Atewasil.

P with the coloring liquid. A North Carolina was bestowed on Maoon for a few minutes human being, and daily life I. as full

btnrtcb tsscre of a few yolU is then applied Ga. a* our house of things M useless and JIdc 0GJ1 by CBt1UJI co..lc1r Tart. S.U *y rrocen sarvywlat.wm. .

Pent the liquid and the table, which The Swiss lake dwellers mad more Omaha. named from tribe of Indiana less) easily thrown out-Mr. Taloott tot Inn u4 II- .... eI ft'.u. r..,...'..-0&

theNeewnYorkLedger.' use of spelt than of wheat Williams In Book News -








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: INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE APRIL 26, 1895.



iwixjs or TIM.: 1.I:011'H.TUUI : ..\. CIRCUIT COUJIT. Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report : THE ROBBINjrKRAHAM Q


Circuit court for the 7th Judicial tlr-

Work In the senate and hotwe hu cult of Florida, convened at the courthouse BaidnPowder Capital $25,000.00.
Paid Up
'n steadily going on, unit among/ the Tltusville on Tuesday morning oVal .

Mil of Importance brought forward at 10 o'clock, Judge John D. liroom LOANS HEAL
ESTATE
,' the LAW
w ro following: ,
presiding, and States Attorney J. D. ,
The vetoed Mil appropriating tfOOOfrom
l
I'rKK In attendance. /Sheriff Jas. E.
In tot'national Improvement fund,
netting Apart lands for In.llanllnSollth/ Bowmen and Deputy-sheriff John Wa ,' We have for sale a large list of careful!

Florid, wan re-.4 I, and the veto of the ler were also present. ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties.
sustained by unanimous
governor wee The following are the grand and petty
vote. Mr. Morrow, who Introduced the .. the Florida
---- Sale Lands of Cuaat
---- of
Paddiso -
Grand P. for
lll.laitt Reunion, explained that the Jurors: jurors: II. -- -- -- -- Agents lip

foreman II. Roberts O. F. Laney Tho. A P.ealiar. PearL Canal and Transportation Co.
'appropriation wa an amendment of tlUotiae. ; Return of Mr. Ingrnliani. I '
: which: : killed the bill. E. Crook N. N. Penny, J. E. Bennett, J. W. Jones of Robertson Ky., ha I' CANAL LAN"DS.Florida .

The vetoed bill, providing for dill- (;eo. jlngras, W. U. Jones, E. R. Provost Mr. J. E. Ingraham! who has returned found a pearl on which ia the perfect Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key Went Ran ,

charge and relief of bondmnen of county J. J. Joyncr, David Bryant, J. I. to St. Augustine from his trip to Biscayne outline of a man's hand. Seen througha Lands DIsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investm i j.?oa Pit
officer, read and the veto of the Iti "
was microscope even the veins appear.
II. J. S. and other Low Priced Lands.
governor waa sustained by unanimous Turnage O. F. Davis, Brown Bay and Key West, reports all rained at $150.
vote. J. Norton, J. P. McCall. growths of fruits and vegetables In ex by expert IVIorxoy to; Loan Ll-ve-o-ys on nallc1

House bill No. 12'i: to protect aegr Petty jurors: John Myers, Frank cellent condition, and the people of the At Ten per cent in sums to luit.

teachers, and prohibit white and negro I Duren, J. Watson, R. S. Smith, Henry bay prosperous and happy. He speaks Genuine Bargains in neal Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties,
youths from being taught In the lame Iteneke J. T. Price, Chas. Case M. E.
schools, wall panned and ordered engroaned. very highly of the coming vegetable I Ktate.Xo. Titusville. Florida.Fred.SJdiaffeo .
Gruber Frank Carlile, Aron .Bennett, crops, and says that nearly every resident .

louse bill No. !">, amending chapter S. D. Geiger, C. Bauknlght In Dade Is enthusiastic over the 1. Twelve acres of hammockland -+

4040, Laws of Florida, relating to prener There were very few cases for trial at prospects of an exhibit at Atlanta, and at Sharpes postofflce about 300 feet

vatlou of wild deer, birds and other this term of court, and we believe the already great advancement has been front on Indian River, runs back to & Co. *
game, made special order for April 23; following were the moat. Important on made toward exhibits Now what Is county road; has upon It a house of six +
,
and 4(10( copies ordered printed. rooms almost new; cost of house $1,000; ,
On Monday the governor approved the docket: Brevard going to do In the matter of an barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a
the act to postpone the collection or TUESDAY. exhibit at 1Typewriter grove of 600 large bearing trees, In fine -
taxes until October. State of Florida vs. Wm. Brownflel condition before the freeze and will soon -4- THE CORNER DRUG STORE
Remainderof
The report of the trustees of the Inter. (alias) Wm. Brown-forgery. Prisoner recover and bear good crop. for -
Wanted. land cleared, and Is of best quality
Improvement fund submitted, 811 pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to farm. This property was held i

provided: allowed;: for that by Mr.the; Healy'a Kant Coast resolutionand Canal 1 six months hard labor In the statcnitcntlaiy Wanted, a Remington, Yost, hmith- firm vegetable at f .,0)0( one year agoj cash; will and sell$2,20(1 today ( TITUSVILLE. FLORIDAWe
> Premier for $], 00; $1,000
company wall granted sufficient lands to or Caligraph typewriter. Must This I Is a
cover original giant of 3,840 acres per Chas. Marks, receiver, vs. S. Snlger be In thorough order. /State particulars May remain on mortgage I
mile. and lowest price for cash. most desirable place for a home good try to keep a full stock of
Referred to lIon. M. S. Jones
replevin. school
C. II. WAI.TOI. location, close to postofflce, I Pure Fresh Drugs of Best Quaht,
The consideration of senate resolution to determine said action.John church, etc., and In a nice neighborhood.The .
No. 22, by /Senator Itroome, for the elec. P. Galoway as administrator of ADVOCATE Titusville office, bare land alone is almost worth the Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very Important matter
Fla.
tlon of an assistant clerk, bring In order, ,
Senator liroome nominated F. I,. Robin the estate of Wm. Lee Apthorp, decd. price asked. Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper EtcEtc
lon, of Ilernando, who wall elected b1 vs. Lavinia Froscher and Andrew Fros- No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house ,
Lands for Sale
acclamation. cher-ejectment. Verdict for plaintiff. Cheap. of eight cleared rooms etc.artesian; adjoins well hotel, large propertyat portion We run our Business In iiUp-taDate" Methods. ==.

Into Senator the senile Adam providing introduced for a resolution the clue /State of Florida. John Young-bur. 80 acres on Banana river; 40 on penin- Sarno, near Eau Gallic. The land 53f- Special attention to mall orders. We will try and fill your want hm

tlon of an additional page/, and that all glary Prisoner was found guilty and sula at the Narrows; 40 at Woodley alone Is worth more than price we quote, just as well as If you called In person. All orders for goods In stock shipped\ i
who voted for the resolution should bicompelled sentenced to six months hard labor In he ridge; 5 at Sebastian, river front; 40 2250.: The owner refused $3,000ayear day they are received. We want your trade.Read".
Sebastian, on railway. Henry Benson ago. He must sell without delay, and
to make tip the page's pay of he state penitentiary.
take $2,230; ; $1,230;
Sebastian Fla.Pineapple. hall authorized us to ;
between them. This
*:: per day wa I
laid<< on the table \VEI1 EMDA Y. cash, balance may remain on mortgage. Read Real! !

House bill No 107, providing for teach Court convened as usual, and the Slips and Sucker No. 3. Two bundled and eighteenacres
era In summer schools, wall passed and grand jury made their\ general present- I of land at New River; has a quarter

certified to the senate. ment, which was ordered by the court tobe Write for pricen e. 1. Cayenne, of a mile mile front front on New the River canal.Sound Dcscilption WRITE TO THE
and half on
House bill No. 217, by Mr. Ilrady, pro- filed. Abbaka, Jamaica Ripley and Queen slips
follows Lots: 4 and 8 of
meeting honest merchants the state. and Buckets to as :
section 13, and lot 3 and northeast quar
House bill No. 213, U for the purpose E. C. B.Waveland TTSDAI.L,Fla ter of northwest quarter of section 23, L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER COIf
.of protecting/ cei'tain fish and oysters In TilE ClItANK JUItr rilMKSTMENT.: I In township 60. south range 42 east.
.. .
waters of the state. We, the Grand Jury for the Spring Price $15 per acre. We believe a purchaser
House bill No. 130, defining usurious could sell this land at $:)0 per Qnvi11o: F1.orl.d.a: ,
Term of Circuit Court for Brevard Co. F.tablUhml 111M:! -
contracts, and defining/ penalties and the I acre and double his money as soon as
forfeiture of the same, was passed and] 1 8!)."), respectfully make this, our genera steamers begin to run through the canal If you are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain the
collided to the senate. presentment: L. BARBOT & CO. next December. We own this land our Special Low Prices for cash with order.

Senate bill No. 100, taxing dogs, was On examination of the county jail wend selves, but need money to develop other Don't Miss -

ordered engrossed and 100 copies ordered It In a good clean, healthy condition.We General Commission. enterprises, hence offer sale It at a price This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost fI t''!<
l/tlnt d. which will insure early $15 per
would respectfully recommend that Manufacturer.
Senate bill No. (M referring to the eny
the Commissioners take :3 d acre.No. of Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,
=State hank of Florida, was laid on the County some on en 4. The north three-fourths
table, and ordered printed. steps to provide better facilities for furnishing ; 00 i -s I-2 southeast quarter of section 7, and of Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main &L.

Senate bill No. 70, Incorporating the a good supply of fresh water for ; ; :3 .... w lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south Laura Streets. ar' Send for Pocket Memoranda BookGroceries ,
.9a slyp o. of range 41 east, containing 150:: acres.
'Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge of the use of same ; w the
This tract has a Urge frontage on
,Masons, was" ordered engrossed for a Under the present system the white St. Lucle River, two miles from the railroad .

third reading. and colored prisoners have to bo conduct NEW ORLEANS. crossing. Price $15 per acre. EI BRA:c Y,
The Joint committee appointed to visit
and Inspect the Coast Canal and Transpoitallon together, and we respectfully recommend LA.Cnnnl No.6. Lot 4 of section 32, township
Company's work on the East: that the County Commissioners REFERENCE I( Metropolitan ItHnk Itmik.CotunicrclHl :37, south range 41 east, containing 77 Grain Hay Garden Seed FertiM
Coast, consisting of Senator Morrow onUlie make provisions by which they can be ( Agrnt'len. acres. This tract has a quarter of a ,

part of the senate and Messrs. /Am kept separate by adding additional cel >. mile front on the St. Lucie River at I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Stuart /Station. Price $35 acre.
and Chapman: on the part of the house, per
was to leave Tallahassee on Tuesday for We find the house occupied by the PINEAPPLE SLIPS. No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, Staple ...1 U'lincy Groceries"" 1.-1'111
in condition which needs imniediate .....
the East Coast. jailer a at Ewantou
fronting on Biscayne Bay, And Food ProductsOf
Senate bill No. 10(1( to raise a fund to repairs In order to preserve the Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut All Kinds. Also My Stock of
have the resources of the state properly property, and we respectfully urge the >= AND SUCKERS Grove. Price $;,000. This price may
exhibited at the Cotton State and Inter County Commissioner to give It their seem high, but If you will try to buy any Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal,
,
national Exhibition at Atlanta: received land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good
attention The committee's substitute attention at once. FOR SALE location, you will get your eyes opened Ground Food and Wheat.I .
was read as follows "That any county We have examined the various offices as to prices asked in that section. This am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: the above line
In this state may by a majority veto of and books of the county officers, and tract is the only desirable parcel we Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and sole

Its County Commissioners appropriate a find the former well kept; and, In our or f the Following have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. your patronage. Very truly
sum not to exceed 2} mills, based upon Red The price asked $;:>.Ot)(), will yield us a 33. L. :SR11DY.::
limited time the latter
assessed valuation appear to be correctly Spanish, and satisfied
the of 18115\); for the fair profit, we are that
purpose of providing an exhibit for advertising kept. Porto Rico, nothing similar can be had at a much
/ the resouuesof their countyat We would respectfully recommend VARIETIES Smooth higher price. This tract will no doubtbe
the Atlanta Exposition." After debate that the County Commlshloners: furnish : Cayenne sold within a few weeks. FEASTER & BREITWISCH, r'
the substitute was adopted, and Golden Queen
No. 7. An Improved of 7
the bill ordered a plat book for the use of the County place acres
engrossed.
Clerk to the various Enville Ciby, close to the depot and post office at Mal- ,
The following resolution by Mr. Healcy keep plats of the abar. Large house with upper and lower Successor to L A. Coleman

was adopted Ice"I: )1 that acommittee county in proper condition. As now kept fjf Orders now taken. All firstc1a veranda costing! $1,000.00. 7 rooms; in c Wholesale of ,11:

of one member from they are In danger of being damaged and s plants, and early delivery. Applyto fair repair beautiful river front, lawn, and Retail FLORIDA MEATS kinds
the senate and two from the house, to estroyed. etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100() Dealers In
sit In Tallahassee, with power to send We the G. C. MATTHAMS, large seedling trees 7,000 pineapples.
for persons and papers be appointed to congratulate County Superintendent Florida Co. This will make a nice homo for anybody. Orange and Vegetable Growers
Investigate the land grants of the East of Public .Schools, and the Pineapple Good neighborhood. Price only U50.00.:

Coast Canal company as already deeded County Cummllllllune'I" for the able manner West Palm Beach, Fla. ===== La Grange, Fla
and In reserve for said and to NOTE-The above descriptions will
company,
in which
they have conducted their
perform such legislation as shall protect enable customers to locate the, several -
the interest of the state" tikes financially.We properties very closely by examining
find our school teachers are paid one of the J., /St. A. & I. R. iVy cont.pany's .
The following bill Introduced
was UiMJEUJELE I
DUREN & FEASTERGROCERIES
railroad but will bepleased
read by title, and referred:' House bill the face value of their warrants. That maps, we
send
to special
maps on a large
No. 2'JO, by Mr. Sanders preventing the the county warrants are paid full value scale on application, to parties who
extermination of food fish In the state. S i
of lame; and In future all county war- mean business and Intend to buy, If they
Mthough the bill for the relief of the ants will bo can find such bargain as they want.
paid at value.
Supreme court was killed In the house, per ESTMUSHEQ 0 OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. & Co'
It Is generally acknowledged that that We deplore the carelessness of the JACKSONVILLE FLA, KOUBISS & GRAHAM Co., Leggett

tribunal cannot do Justice to the people road supervisors, and In future ask them Titusville, Fla.

unless It receives some kind of assist to be more careful about the bridges and Fine Groceries.
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ance. Senator Palmer, of the Four.teenth i guard them from fire.
has in the senate a bill upon Hi' L. E. NUNX, ...... 8. O. VANLA DI GUAM, Sec. *: TI M.PHCENIX '
second reading, for the relief of litigants We feel highly gratified at the healthy
Frnits kin
la the Supreme court, which, while It moral condition of our county and thereat ; MILLS LUMBER CO. I and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all

reverses the recipient of relief, and Is decrease of crime.In ,
more properly named, makes provisionof closing duties TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE. -
our
we return thanks
of a similar uature Incorporated October 1119-1-IIIOC'eeMn to H. Itaiuon e'I: Co.
the early days of the session a billor to his honor, Judge J. D. Broome, for jy- Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Tour orders solicited
Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
two was Introduced in the senate pro his able charge and kind consideration!
hibiting prize fighting, and also more to UI. Also to Solicitor J. D. Beggs, Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched Very Truly 3DVU-OH. CJ FOj Stor.
than one measure punishing the setting and during h'U absence, Solicitor M. S. lumber dressed to order. Barrel head and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes -- --- .. -

up or drawing of lotteries. Their pro.visions Jones, for their kind attention and ad- made u called for. All Kinds of Mouldings Turned and Scroll Work a RICHARD W. GOODE.
have not yet been beard In the JAMES T, nOGG.A
chamber as they were read first by title vice to us; and now we respectfully ask Specialty, One of our firm U a contractor and builder of many years' experience, Notttf Public A l51 .
only and now occupy positions on second to be discharged 10 that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction
reading about the middle of the calen R. P. Paddison and building of all kind of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and Inthe
dar, an unfavorable location, judging O. F. Laney.O. foreman. most satisfactory manner. <'all and see u* before purchasing elsewhere Florida Real Estate Exchange

from the manner in which the senate has F. Davis. -__ Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.
been skipping! around through the dally) T. R. Crook.
order, a by the which
practice way, E. R. Provost.
Senator Williamson strongly condemns Harry Roberts. :f Write us for descriptive price list

J. I. Turnage. POSTOFFICE BOX IOO. ,

lance To-: IJrht. W.. E.N.Bennett Jones.J. A Beautifnl Line of MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.

D. S. Bryan
:A dance will be given In the
opera Geo. Ingres,
"house by the Indian River Guards this 11. J. Brown Card Cases Purses

(Friday) evening Admission: Gentlemen N. X. Penny. ,
60cU ladles free. J. J. Joyner. LUMBER
; "" !
S. J. Norton
The proceeds of this dance will be do. JnO P. McCall clerk. Hair Pins O V

voted to the purchase of a new flag for

the company, which It Is In need of to Sloop For Sale.

take to the encampment at Tallahassee, For sale, And Latest Novelties atAXTHOXY We are l making special prices on Lumber
sloop Irene 40ftxlMt
on May 7th We trust that those of our : BROS.

people who "trip the light fantastic" tlon.tonnage New IS :27-100 sails; head-room In nrtt-cbus In cabin.condl THE JEWELERS TITUSVILLE, ,FLA. Lath and Shingles, in car lots toall points South on tt

,
will muster In force this evening, and Best party or trade boat of her size on

help Tallahassee.the boys to make a good showingat E.the C.river B. Tyndall price, Waveland flOO.00. Apply or Capt.to Witch Clock ui Jeielry Repairing < < Jt, St. A. & I. R. R'y. For full particulars iddressBUILDERS

Dancing to commenceat '
9 o'clock. etor>elson, TUustiUe Fla., where she SUPPLY CO,
maybe
seen. elf Drawer 13. P:
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