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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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
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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.Rr0l. I )

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::10. No. 14. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, MAY 1O, 1895. Price, 5c.


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LOCAL NEWS, Heart Tills Column Carefully -Read the new advt of the Floilda Judge M S. Jones has gone on a Heavy Shipment of Tomatoes. INTIKTAINMINT: ':NT LAST

Boat Works, on our 7th' page. trip to Tallahassee WII: )NIHI>AY IOllT
knd ToplcH Of General Interest. Advertisements this first
on
( ) Mr. A. (' Gardner has recovered have been 1 from
Ii. Tomatoes shipped Key
page are ten cents per line per week, and I -Mr. A. Hodges, lumber dealer, hones
are continued from week to week unless! 'of Satsuma Heights, was In town jester- his health sufficiently to be out of bed West during the past few weeks at the At the Opera proved to be avery

...I.ty'.4 General Golp In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on day. this week. ate of 6,000 crates per week. They novel and enjoyable affair.' Tho tat
with Indian River and Lake Worth a.... any page but the first are five cents absence of a part of the ADVOCATE force I
per \ and
, lions during put week. Brief mention of line each Inset'tIon. -Mr. J. D. Holmes, of the firm of Those who attended I the fish fry at como principally from Biscayne Bay the state encampment, prevents tm I

t InttmllnR Event from Vmrloon Parts Baker A Holmes, Jacksonville, was In Salt Lake this week, report a large catchof the keys from doing justice! by giving full and

of{ the World About People Ton Know TUB EAOLE CIOTIUVO: STOKE, In the town Tuesday.Miss fish and a very enjoyable time. detailed report of the lengthy pror i

sod People Ton Don't Know Picked, ADVOCATE block, Titusville, are the : -Mr. Goo. F. Paddlson, EAU: Oallle's A Steamer I'tircliaiied. ; am mo.
op by Our Ekylet jr Kdltor. leading clothiers on the East Coast of Louise POMP, of Rockledge, I well known lumber merchant, was In We will simply say that the affair re-
Florida. Give them a trial. was a pleasant visitor to town on Wed- lire tell great ciudit upon those who man-
town a day or so this week.' The steamer Hlttle, of St Augustine, god It-Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, Mrs J. C ,

Some merchants care little enough WIIFHE to stop.' See list of hotels on nesday. -Mr. Fred 1 F. Taylor came up fromtockledge hall been purchased by Mr.[ Flagler to O. Walton and Mrs. J. E.: Lanouetto
For an ad. "r a newspaper pough -Mr. and Mrs. John W. Merrill, ofTrolc The first part of the programme was
(l'ule8111t Is free- our 4th and 7th pages. on Tuesday to see how timework run between West Palm Beach and New an Instrumental duct on the violin and

Then how quickly we see expects to leave for Kansas City, on his hotel was progressing River. We have been told that the above piano by Mrs. It. W. Rhodes and Mr. E.B. .

Theft objection Is merely a blough.II Ti"f>ric paper flower supplies, at Chaffee Mo., next week. -The attention our many: readers steamer draws about five feet of water Wager, which' was received 1 with np-

A Co'e.Drrn -Mr. Oeo. M. Robbins left here Tues- predation, which Is always the case
throughout Florida and the north Is Wall It wise to buy a IItt'amer'I'ltb' such a when these two Next 4

I day afternoon for Cocoanut Grove, Bis- drawn to the ad. of Merchant A. (' draught to run on the new canal euclu, which '
In
,(I vou want to do business you : blanks. lOco( each ; f:1.oo: per 100, at new 0.Phlllldl'il'hla came a ruhlicr of living e,
name everlastingly before the ADVOCATE othce. cayno Bay, where he was suddenly called on 4th page. They ale twenty ladles and /gentlemen each as-

r mast, the keep your I to; attend to some law matters well known and reliable manufacturers Horse Kaelntr! In Knglniul.: umed the character of card making: all
public.
STor at the City Baiber Shop-white -Mr. Percy Walton, one of the ADVOCATE of tiles, roofing, etc. Read their ad. f ollows<'hro :pack, which was constituted as

barbers. Razors honed. staff left here Monday for Tallahassee The London Star the backers ofthe
Jacksonville Weather-Crop BulletinIn says Joker, A. J. Doylo; Ace of Spades,
;y JOB PRINTING at this office.r to go Into camp with the Indian front American horses In Friday's races Miss Aline Brady; King of Smiles, E.:

I 1 The ADVOCATE be had atDr rtTii carefully extracted by 1>r. M. IX River Guards for ten or twelve days. Its report Jupiter, sajsPlant: at Newmarket, Messrs. Crokrr and I? Brady; Jack of .spades' C. II. Walton ; i 4,
may L. Dodson. feofetery has shot foilh 1
: 60 cents per tooth. Office description Ten of Spades, Miss Kate Piltchaid l ;
) cre\en's drug stoic and Mrs. Emma on Hutchinson avenue, Titusville. -Are you going to Lemon City, Biscayne his week as results beneficial rains. 1 Dwyer, lost .10,000.: They twice !laid i Ace of Hearts, Miss Annie Paddison:

Eton's news stand, 5c. per copy. Bay ? If you are, do not fail to A feeling of contentment reigns.! Vegc- 10,000 against *A,000() > on Moutauk and 1 King of Hearts, II. C. Budge; Queen of '

-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three TOMATO Carriers, Cabbage, Pineappleand stop at the Lemon City hotel, under the tables of neatly every variety plentiful afterwards made several bets at even lIel\rttt[ Miss Louise Jones; Jack of 1" 1
Square Tomato Crates at Climbs C. Sul/ner Ace of Diamonds
cents week, postage Included, when of Mr. 1). M. loney. ; ,
proprietorship Connolly.Mrs.
per 14-lt G. F. PADDISON Titusvtlle. J. W. Cronk.
the (1 eo. F. Paddison; Ace of Clubs, Miss\ bFlorence
taken by
" year S. A. Bravo ho has been Norwood of Clubs Johnfappeisett t
stop -Mr. Arthur J. Doyle, one of our pop ; King ,

What do you need ? Read those Felt first clans shocmiking'and repairingcall ping at St. Augustine fin some time ular wholesale' dvalcts In orange and ringler Hallway Olllcorn.", ; King of Diamonds, Montomeiy 1
of Clulm Miss Lena :Nor-
on J. A. Daughtiv at Mr. Nolio's left for West Palm Beach Satur- ; Queen ,
special ads. on-4th page. past, on pineapple boxes, hay, grain etc., has "mid; Queen of Spades, Miss MildredI'ootlward
-Mr La Rue P. Ely, of Melbourne, old stand, Titusvillc Fla. day last to join her husband Capt Bravo. old out to Capt R. P. Paddison. Many The officers! connected' with the above l; Jack of Hearts, Budlnotrltchard

I Pa'nott of residents have railway during the ensuing year are an ; Ten of Clubs, Miss Jeannette
Titusville a short visit Monday. Vlce-Pieitidcnt J. R. of the our are sorry to Mr.
paid> WK
MAKE VERY Low
TRILLS! on Special
ltIlsolI Ten of Hearts Miss AlinoCgger.
follows: Henry M Flagler, president; l'a< ; ,
Mrs. D. L. Gaulden and family spent Mixtures for pineapples. We have a Flagler railway, expects to occupy a suit Doyle leave (here, but hope' to see him return .

large stock of Tobacco Dust, Kainlt, of offices In the Huling building, Just at a future day. Capt. Paddlsou J. R, Parrott, vice-president; J. C. Salter The opening of the foregoing with a
the end of last
I a day or two at Daytona Cotton Seed Meal and Potashes whichwe secretary; and S. W. Cilchlow, troasrer. -
west of the present offices of the com- will carry on the business town. grand: march and various Intricate evulll-
reek must reduce. Let us quote you. II. M. Flagler, Harry Haikness'lagler ions was much admired by the audience.
pany. -The lion. D. W. Tuttle of New
LITTLE Bito! F. & p. Co. ,
Solicitor Howell Titus has Andrew Anderson J. E.
-County Dr. The players were Mrs. J. O. Walton !
144 Jacksonville, Fla. Biscayne Bay, last Thursday, was lavcn, Conn., arrived town on Saturday -
In Tallahassee
I been spending some days ngraham and J. It. Parrott, directors and Mr J. E. Lanouetto as partners, In e t
this week attending to law matters. said to have been visited by one of the last He had just boon Into the Interior opposition to Mrs. S. It. llappersett andUr.

-Service and To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE heaviest thunderstorms that has occuricd of the state, examining his prop- W. S. Graham. The two latter were
on Sunday-morning block TitusNille. Excellent location A TIMistlllo! Menagerie..
uccossful In all three It
winning
games. gis
for Itall which considerable damage
tening-at St. Gabriel's Episcopal years. accompaniedby } erty to was
Possession may be had at that had It
but just to state, however, I
Imrch Archdeacon B. F. Brown will once. Apply to Robblns & Grahamor vivid lightning, hail and rain. done conusion -
officiate> Capt. Friend has quite a collection of not been for a misundeistandlng or
C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, a pleasant: call from Mr. In the
Messrs. Ticutler and Carey, of Eau wild animals fish shells eta at his as to what was trump second -
,
-The ADVOCATE returns thanks to Titusville. Tuttle while in town game, the score would have stood m+
fir S, II. Peck for a fine photograph of G:illle came up to town on Monday and tore on Main street, near the City wharf, Duly two to one In favor of the wlnnem. 1.1( ij

thi Plala hotel, Rocklodge. It may be UO\EY. We want money to loan on first, stopped/ over until Tuesday. They were -Mr. W. G. Bedford, who has Wn in slam a walking stick made of 21 different The game of living euchre was thoioughV ;

teen m this office. real estate mortgages. Ten per cent up on matters connected with the road barge of Mr. II. J. Tiffin's place at kinds of Florida wood. Anong the live enjoyed by the audience, In which a

We acknowledge receipt of copy of free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden between Eau Gallie and Melbourne, and Courtcnay, during the past three or four nlmals, the captain has a fierce wild cat, Irs. (loo, M Bobbins ably acted I ni dlectress -

an illustrated family entitled & Sanders, itusville and West Palm other business years, left here Monday, for New York, with ,
newspaper ones
an raccoon ,
Beach, Florida.Jtms opossum, young The next part was a song, entitled
'bristian' Work" for April and May. Archdeacon B. F. Brown, who had en route to England. After .spending two rattlesnakes, squirrel, etc. He will 'Hearts are Trumps," by Mrs S. IIliippersrtt 4
it l Contains several, cuts of scenes In Flor- the summer In England, he will leave for '
been services at the various the north If wantto which was excellently ten-
tia KLI>F, Titusville, has just received holding South Africa, hero ho will reside per loon leave for so you received with -
twelve cases of ladies' andchlldren'a places along Indian River last week, returned manently.The see his collection, you had better call med, and hearty applause ,
Mi II. J. Tiffin, who has been Oxfords. Call and '
pending! the winter at his Courtenay them. see to TituHvllle on Monday, and left excursion to St. Augustine Monday early. Mr. A. J. Doyle then gave. : an exhibit-

r ihcti i ime up to town on Monday, en next day for Orlando, to examine a candidate from Jacksonville to St. Augustine, on of swinging/ clubs, which wax. also

route to his home In Montreal, Canada for the ministry. over the Jacksonville St Augustine alld l Die School IVacherN Illumination. : well received. Then followed a beautiful -
He I will WE now have money to loan In sums to railroads tableau nn orientalcene '
probably visit England and other Indian River was a very very representing
part ,ni Europe this summer. suit an approved real estate security. -Did>you hear anything of a weddingto large one. Twenty-three coaches made composed 1 of seven of Titusville's 4

Send In your applications. Robblns & take place at Indlanola, Cocoa, Eau up the train, which ran as a spocltl. harming young ladies, Next came' a N

1 YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED Graham Co. Gallie and Tillman at an early date f Nearly a thousand l excursionists, took, advantage County Supt. J. II. Same has been intea scarf drill, rendered 1 by seven youngadies

Four to become Benedicts so a of the opportunity to visit the this week for the of as follows :
i more examining -
to the name-and-date slip' pasted FAMILIES who wish fine soda water Ancient City. n purpose Missus oulso Jones, Jeannette PaddiMOII -
:F >X weekly upon the ADVOCATE or furnished them at their homes, suchas young lady caller Informs us. Who do applicants for certificates. Among Lena Norwood, AlbiiiM Kirg: 'r, Mil- )

wrapper. If your subscription cream soda, birch, champagne elder, you think the ladies are f -Mr. J. K. Parrott, vice-president of hose who attended the examination mired I 1 Woodwind, Annie Puddlnon and
j has expired, please icmit. ginger ale, etc., can leave their orders the Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian Florence Norwood.
Miss G. F. Linn, who has been teaching were the following:
left Jacksonville
River Railway '
at C. F. Fischer's bakery, Titusville. company, This was a beautiful dance, Anti certainly -
Judge J. S. Cochran of the school at Tropic this past winter, Is on Saturday fur New York to White-Prof. W. T. Kennedy, Misses delighted\ the audience. t

Mirnmit was, owner In town on now doing likewise at La Grange for confer; with Mr. Flagler on Important Annie PamldisemnLethleWigtleld, VonltlaMlms Then followed a burlesque scarf dilll, +1
-atnrdiy orange and grove NAPHTHA LAl.NCIUS.: A. T. Rose, Mel- who has to usinoss. This will, no doubt, prove Stella Morton, Mrs. Bertha Hale by seven of the homeliest young men In
Sunday last, attending to bourne, Indian River, will build any Mrs. Clary, her sister, gone sufficient to set loose another batch of costumed In
style.luttheli
the
making of his will and other busl- kind of steam or n.iphtha: launch, sail Tallahassee. Miss Linn's lady-like depot rumors In regard to hotel building and a and Clara Sogard he town.' ungainly They were figures and 1 awkwln.1mov..lllulila

oarpie-yacht bets matters., lIe recently came down built In by his Capt.new or row boat to order. Write him fr { 'tment and happy and genial characteristics railroad terminus on Biscayne Bay. Colored-W. O. Field, Nancy Gaulden were a !great contrast to the

J B Smith, Tropic. estimates. makes her very popular where- -Mr. A. T. HOMe, Mellmurne's well and Janle Seawell. seven beautiful. creatures who had proceeded

she known launch builder, was In town on thorn upon the programme; but
-Th, schooner E. C. Lawrence left BRIGHT COTTON SEED MEAL, $10.00 per ever goes. i i1 Tuesday, and gave the ADVOCATE a HI one can dispute that the burlesqueMiuf t 1
here last Sunday morning for New York, ton f. o, b. at Jacksonville; Kainit, >r. W. S. Graham, who left hereabout pleasant call. He is a firm believer/ In Hotel Cotinlna, Ormoml.Messrs. dilll was the feature of the even- I

when ft is probable she will remain 1J.)0 per ton f. o. b. Jacksonville. two weeks ago fur Biscayne( Bay, advertising, and says that the best way ng. and many of the audience 1 laughod/ !
about
tour' months. Capt. John Simon- Special prices on Urge orders. Write retul ned to Titusville earlier than expected to do biiHHiess a successful manner isto Selsor A Vlning, Oinioud, Inform at the grotesque performance until tlleywOl'e
+101 MM' Mr Henry Dreyer, her owners, in fer- lompvlUxl to desist front liaiu. It ,
us for quotations on everything ; bid for the public's patronage throughthe I v
Wert on Saturday last. Messrs. Wm. that have decided re-
us they
in Charge of the schooner. tilizer line. columns of the local papers-no matter Is said, that KOIIIU actually bad to leave
UU Louise Jones, after a protract- LITTLE BROS. F. & P. Co., M. Brown and S. F. Gray continued the whether the times are dull. Brad 1 duce the summer rates to $d no, t'tJNII the hall and go Into the street! whole c m


Mrs Wm M. Brown, expects to leave Port Tampa. They arrived home on Mr. Horace 1>. Mann, manager and! and will put summer rates Into effect: on Itl their of Hide-splitting could\ trickle IAmsglmterwhore down their
'for rears joy ,
net i
bout home In New Hartford, Conn., Wall l'aper. Monday afternoon, and report having associate editor of the Bay Biscayne Wednesday next, the 13th limt. Time warning countenance unseen.Kffivkhnieiits .

ttf IM the' end of this month. Some of had a very enjoyable trip. Herald, published at Cocoanut: Grove, bin proprietors want to give the fiont-bllten In the shape of Ice
around town will miss Miss
Jones' genial countenance this summer. We have a large stock of all kinds of -Dr. M. D. L. Dodson, who has been Wllllston town. Mr.and Mann has now formerly thrown resided lit his lot In florldlans a chance for a cheap vacation roam, cake and lemonade, were thun S
,
-Mi wall paper on hand, samples and pricesof attending the State Dental Association, wonderful of the East: at the seaside, wheie they can bathe, s rved.
S. F. Shaffstall, of Jacksonville\ which will be forwarded upon addressing with that new part Time verdict of everybody piesent was
Pent part of Tuesday and Wednesday In at Tampa, returned to Titusville last Coast country, which promises puns] ride, drive and inhale the hrsllh-glvlng that this entertainment WM one of the

town Since resigning) as conductor on CIIAFFEK A Co., Druggists, week, well pleased with his trip and extra rapid development with the completionof ozone thrown off from Grand Old (Kean most enjoyable affairs rendered In Titus m

the J", T A K. W. railway, he has been Titusville, Fla. hints !In dentistry be obtained at the transportation facilities from the to their heart's content vllle for a long time, and the unanimous
appointed by the Standard Oil company north. The Herald has reached its fifteenth opinion wa that the admission should
to attend to their agencies In various meeting He Is now at home at his of- Issue, and has a bright and 1 prosperous -- -- have been at least twenty-live cents In- i

jwu "of the state. -The trade boat Merchant has beenon lice on Hutchlnson avenue, better pre appearance.- Florida Citizen Drowned at Di'jtonu Ileat-h. stead of a dime.

-w the at Titusville this week, pared than ever to attend to those who [[We vlslt Cocoanut Grove last week, Mrs Geo. M Robblns, wbo bail entire
acknowledge: with thanks, re.ccmp ways and there certainly wan no newspaper| Mr. 11. R. Dean Jr., of Macon( Ga., charge of the living euchre and who s.-
'tf a very neatly gotten-up pro- undergoing thorough overhaul Capt. want some scientific work done to their outfit In the place at that time; but )Ir. who was' stopping' at the Indian Riverliotel slated generally In other parts of theprogramme
glammt'
b1 of a graduating recital, )given Walter Kitching Is In charge. teeth. Mann was expected dally with his pUrit, deserves great credit, which
) YIIEthel Titusville, on Saturday, ailment
Ilan Rumph, of Tltunille, and and 1 Miss C. A. Fallln of Indiana who via schooner from Jacksonville.-Kn. ihould also IH fully shared by Mrs. J. K.l.nnouette :.
pebble May Datson, at the South- -Mrs. II. P. Dye daughter, -Mrs. ADVOCATE ] Sunday at Daytona. lie and his wits who created the tableau,

1I"ear Virginia\ Institute, Bristol, VL, Ruby, have left the Lake Worth hotel, has been spending the winter at Oceanus, and Mr. Spence, on Sunday afternoon, scarf drill, and burlesque by the seven
11"1h; will take place this (Friday) night. 0. where office call for BKIOIIT COTTOI SEED MKAI, *H.00 per ''
A'I\ Lake Worth, for 'Delaware, gave our a pleasant Monday went to Daytona Bearh for the purposeof young men, which wade such .a bit with j
musician, Miss Rumph Is making ton f. o. b. at Jarkunuvllle; Kaiiiit,
expect to spend the summer. the purpose of adding her name to our Dean It Is said the audience. i
rapid strides they surf bathing. ventured
and her many friends on 12.0 1 per ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville: flattered. for
bat"Miar" River will be pleased to learn of -The party of representatives of a list of subscribers. Mrs. Fallln recently Special prices on large or
cess In that art. large Michigan colony, which went down purchased an acre of land north of Georgians us for quotations on everything la the and before he could receive any; the entertainment a success, and for

T*, successful house Is one with a the coast with Mr. Ingraham a few days I upon which she will bate a nice fertilizer line. (' I' assistance, was drowned. Mr. Spence the fine quality of the refieshments,
Bun. F. P.
LITTLE ,
stew,r ahd established trade. Keep be- well pleased little cottage erected. She says It is a also bad while Mr. J. O. Walton lent valuable assistance -
fore ago, are reported as being 134 Jacksonville! Fla. and Mrs. Dean a narrow escape| t
=tHepubllo with seasonable bargain and In la the refreshment department
Teel. with the country.Dr. II nice piece of property, oysters of meeting with a watery grave, we are
} a clean store and have the window A. J. oyle was also an Important aid l In
In the river la
Pare f III di particularly attractive. M. W. Llchty, of Fort Pierce, abundance are growing: A nay at the Sea-olde. Informed. A later report from Daytona making the affair a III<
rice signs on all window goods, and stopped over at Titusville Wednesday' front of her land. to the ADVOCATE says deceased was as joker, and Indian club manipulator. i

aL tha' have a few articles there cheaper on his way to St Augustine and Jacksonville I -Mr. L. S. Andrews, of Cocoa, spent There Is some talk of having) a Sunday seized with cramp while In the water- added to the general success uf the
her stores. We don't mean by this I He a pleasant call school picnic the end of this month. affair.
t'r :tlaii: 'Sunday at LaGrange.( We undersUm hence his drowning The body which
iuut-rate store, but we do consider<< while l la town, be had declined Most of our people would prefer to go to The net proceed of the entertainment'
II 'I 1 (policy to select some particular to take the position of surgeon to the be was there for the purpose of emjulr, Ormond'n tine beach: If reasonable term was discovered about six hours after the amounted to 118.21, whirls go** toward

sat that are every-day tellers and Flagler Railway at West Palm Reach, tog Into the damage don to the orange can be made with the Flagler Railway accident, has been sent to Macon for In- the general fund of St. Gabriel' Episcopal jl

sax: ? 'them at a close profit. during 1>r. Stites' absence In Millers- tree In the recent frrtie. Mr. Arthur for a special train which would! probaM, terment. church. I
town, Pa. start from Rockledga about eight o'eloc At the lose of the entertainment the
also expects to visit\ La Grange on
Doyle
,
b": I a. m., and take up passengers at Cocoa, young men of burlesque' tame cleared
'r, Corrox SEED !If E.'.. f 19.00 per VesT Low PRICES on Special Sunday next, to discuss' the matter 01 Titusville, East Mimi, Oak Hill, N,wSmyrna WK: MAKE VKHT Low PUKES nnSpecia the hall for a dance which wit much enjoyed

o. b. at Jacksonville; Kainlt, WE MAKE: for Pineapples. We have a shipping beans during the present glutted and Daytona, returning home Mixtures! for Pineapples.. have a by the participant Mrs. U"sull F
Mixtures
'Pr ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville This would be fine large stock of Tobacco Dust, Kalul, l at the plans it
a Coleman
al prices Write large stock of Tobacco Dust, Kainlt, state of the market, we .era Inform- the same evening. ably presided
onlei.
on Urge Ootton Seed Meal and Potashes, w blcw
which chance for bicyclists to enjoy spin oOrmond's
Potashes
'I quotations on everything In the Cotton Seed Meal and ed. This can hardly I* so, becausa )h. excellent b ,ach. Young aDd must reduce. Let ns quota you.
I' ,ner line. we must reduce. Let us quote 70U. ha Intended .. Several artMe: came to j late for Insertion
told San
us visiting BROS. A I' Co.
Doyle IJTTI.IC ,
BBO F. 4. I>. Cu.. old will have a glorious Urn at the seaside
LITTLE:
i u. I Lmt BBOS.Jacksonville F. 4 P. Co.,,Fla. 14-4 Jacksonville, Fla. ford and Jacksonville this week. should this picnic take place, 144 JacksooriUv, Fla. In thin Issue.



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RIVER ADVOCATE. MAY 10, 1895. ,
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JLBQ7S EVZRTTBINfJ F;e1, I
I
silo" February, 'IIO1 A. D., Is toted way yon suggest, but I must Inform Dr Pierce'i Golden Clyde Steamship Co

la tbe annals of marvelous phenomena your lordship tbat the difference in value I Medical Discovery I

as a month in which here were several between the two sets would not be a purifies the blood. .

days that "the son appeared dead and penny The present jewels are counterfeit I By this means, it

black, like a great circular cinder float I purchased the originals from Lady reaches builds
ing In the sky." 0. more than two years ago and made up,

"On tbe last day of February, 1906," her these Imitations, which are such excellent and invigorates every

says Cortevca, an old Spanish writer on ones that I am not at all surprised part of the IIYI- I

astronomy, astrology and kindred subjects at their deceiving such an excel tern. For every

"the sun appeared to suddenly go lent judge of jewels as your lordship. blood-taint and disorder .

out, causing darkness over the country There was no more to be said, and his and for every

for about sii hours" In 1341 the European lordship withdrew disease that

countries experienced' another siege comes from an inactive .;1
of supernatural darkness, which the' landing a Mao With ItaM Tackle liver or impure ;.r':

f1f1i/1' / superstitions writers of that time attributed Some time ago I read an account blood it is the

to God's displeasure tbe result somewhere of an angler who undertook only remedy, so sure New York] Charleston and Florida Lines s.

of the great battle of Liegnitx.-St I to land an expert: swimmer In the poolof that it
and effective
Louis Republic one of the athletio clubs-in New

-l York I think-but who failed to land can be guaranteed. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed .

Carrie: Orene Ring BOTH FOOD AND POISON. : his man though he used a heavy striped If the "Discov

I bass rod, or a salmon fly rod, I forget em)' fails to benefit to sail as follows :

Save the Children The Wonderful Plant Qualities of HraxlL.of the Cassava i which. At all events, the swimmer or cure, in every. Calling at Charleston, S, C. Both Ways.
seemed to have it all his own way and have money back .
Among the plants which supply food case, you your (ATA1IDAP.D TOlE.),
Tholr Dlood eventually smashed the tackle after a diseases are They're From Ja.., .,.,
Dy Purifying These many. York, .,..
for man a foremost place must be givento I From New ,
long struggle. Having often performed different in form, but they're like m (I'ler 19, L. R) RTF4MERimxjt ChitrleMrThnnwlaj Aes ten
Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes Pure the cassava or manioc plant, from this feat successfully heretofore, 1 again FrllavTiiemfav AIrIII" 8.no 1'11I ., 'nis. JIIa) 11 1
i Blood Cures Scrofula, Eto. which Rio tapioca is prepared, being al essayed it at an entertainment of aquatic treatment. House up the torpid Xl: at 8"IN) p in ritMtohttAKtOMJt: : ..,.Hnnilay, :,' ,I'
liver into healthful action thoroughly play 3, it 8 IK) p ni. IN Tliumilay: ,
native of Rio de Janeiro and the warm Friday :
"My experience with Hood Harsaparllla has sports at the natatorium in this city, an blood \\eilnemlayFrlilat:: 0, at 3IX: p inin HUM tl'tdS Tuesday' ,
enrich the
been wry elective My little girl, live jtpar provinces of Santa Cathorina, Brazil account of which, from the Tampa Dally purify and :: :a no p in 'CIIEI1OKIE, :: lliunula:: : "
... < i'IY.
The'Discovery" 14 no mI AI ( < t Hiiniluy
South America where employ improved and there's. cure TiiecilavVrllnv p
old,had for tour year a bad ikln disease Her I they Times, I inclose. a l'ol4itive ?: at 3.'no p in2ii .rUMIVH: : Thursday, II i ,
an 1 limbs woul entree, illscharKlnji yellow Klie w I it worth 18 cents pound in the WednesdayFrllav. Zi at 8.no |' inX4 lIt.HOK: "h; Tuesday ,
Indipextion
rratLh the eriiptfms M though It gave relief, per rod similar to my Little Giant rod, a else can Dyppi'imia{ at 3.no p inH ALO"Ngl'iX.: Thursday. ,1,
and tear open the sores. latter province. : Julius vom Hofe light striped bass reel Biliousness! ; all Bronchial, Throat, Tuesday. ', at 3.no p m ..fII"Or.t: lIoo.lavJone
The height to which the cassava plant ; 31, at 300 p m .... Thursday. 1
form Friday
Two Bottles of Hood'sBamparllla and a Natchang: braided silk line The and Lung Affections ; every
attains varies from 4 to 6 feet It Hues
heal and : tied muslin band around
caused the eruption to line was to a of Scrofula, even Consumption (or
nd the scabs pealed nit, after which the skinLecame by a slender, woody, knotted stalk, fur. I II the neck of Captain la Pcnotiere, who, Lung scrofula) in its earlier stages ;
soft and smooth, As a family medicineHOOYS niahod with alternate palmated leaves, Charleston & Jacksonville Line
the is excellent and Philadelphia ,
by way, an expert and tho most stubborn Skin and ,
and springs from a tough branched swimmer and has charge of the natatorium cured
I woody root the tender collateral fibersof After giving him line to the full Scalp Diseases, are completely For the present ami until further notice, steamer "YEMASSEE' I' nten(>,

which swell into farinaceous parsnip- extent of the pool I had no difficulty in by it. to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston) Wednesdays and from i Im, tO i ",,, 't.

SarsaparillaCURES like tubers, brown externally and of bringing the captain within reach of the ALWAYS oPEN-the': offer mane Philadelphia, Sundays Close connection )is made at Charleston s'III ,vjFloriiVi

great size, sometimes weighing 80 landing net in ten minutes, though ho bv the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all llomu ]pOInt

pounds. exerted himself! in every manner to breakaway Catarrh: It's reward of via Philadelphia
a andlntI'lor
The rind being removed the tubersare and imitating Remedy. Also Philadelphia points
by swimming diving
|500 cash for incurable case of
an
reduced to a pulp by rasping or by
the motions of a hooked fish, to the
..believe Hood Rarsaparllla bas no equal and holding them against a wheel or grind great delight of the large audience as Catarrh, The only question is-are

1 recommend IL" W L. Krna,111W! Dale.TeiHood's stone. The pulp is washed with water sembled. In a private trial the day before you willing to try it, if i the makersare St. Johns Hirer Line.

PHI are the best family cathartic, pressed and baked upon iron plates and I landed him in seven minutes. I willing to take the risk ?

Anne and effective Try a boi 25 cent now becomes Rio tapioca, while the invited any expert swimmer in the audi

starch floats off in the water, in which enoe to follow the captain, but no one For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points or
form it is imported under tbe name of
offered. The pool is 40 by 80 feet and
SOCIrTIrS ETC. Brazilian arrowroot from 8 to 12 feet deep. In open water I French Easier Than German. the St. Johns River.

and Life and death are strangely blendedin should use a Uenshall eight ounce rod, French is much easier to read than

Free the cassava root The juice is a rap. Kentucky reel and No. 4 silk line-in German for it is clear and precise, and The Elegant Iron Side-'W heel Steamers

y idly destroying poison the meal a tiutritions other words, ordinary black bass tackle. the structure of the sentence is very sim "
J1ICKSON'VIIIaE: :
Masons i'OITY:: : OF ,
Accepted and agreeable food. The poison
Forest and Stream.A pie, writes Professor Fortier in The La
owe juice of the tubers is removed by dies' Home JournaL The student of CAl'T. AV. A. SHAW,
heat or washing, but if the recently extracted '
Compliment to Milton French has a great advantage over the Is pointed to tall from Jacksonville Sundays,Tuesdays and Fridays at 3:JO p n Ih"" n

Indian i Tlt""vllle juice be drunk by cattle they Foreman-This poem that fellow triedto student of German, inasmuch as he is turning leave Sanford Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9:00 a. in
die in convulsions. If it is boiled
River 4( i Fla soon palm off on as is from Milton's "Par. able to begin reading earlier and to read
Lodge, No 00 with meat and seasoned it forms a adise Lo t. ItEdltorI more works in a given time. While the IO JcROI'downNU.\ PCHtDLLE: I"V6l:TH 111 (M
wholesome and nutritious In head q
very soup in German must devote considerable
know it We'll write the beginner

day Hold of each Its meeting month,the at the second Court and house fourth,Titusyule Krl"- Jamaica meat,they game make, poultry use of, etc.It to, that preservethe are Whole marked thing up of and the then paper.-Atlanta send Milton a time sentence in trying,the beginner to unravel in French a complicated Leave 330:45) p a p: inSi" m inB : :::::::::::::::::::::::::,.Jai...l'Astor alatka knonvllle,,, ..::::::::::::::::::::: :-:: Arnr leave" ;:fi :

at DHMii). m left after meals in what is known as the copy .. ..30 a. in. .. .... .... .... .... ..... ..St. Francis... ............. .... .. I 1
J. tltll/.,,.. 8. II' KAY, Constitution. bas already read a whole page or more. ? 530 a. m. .... .... .... ......... .. HerefordIllue ...., .,. .... ..... .. .... .... 12.1. 'I o
Hoe W, MKMGHTS pepper pot one family having kept spot Both languages, however, have an admirable ? 600 a m Srings. 11.1 t
in use for this purpose for over 20years.Epicure. After the Concert. literature and tbe chief aim of Arrive f.W a: in: :::::::: ::::::: ::::::::...Sanford ..:::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :(0 r
.. ...... .... .
92.1 a. in. .Enterprise... ........ .JI' I n
m'I'YTJIIAII. He-I envy that man who Bang the the student, both of French and German

Seminole I-odin, No :wi.; holds ItA meetings at. tenor solo. should be to acquire an accurate General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
Baked Mans and Brown Bread.
the Court hose. the first four Thursday evenIngs
of each month at t o'cl'K'k p, in. She-Why, I thought he bad. very knowledge of the works of the great M H.CUBE A.T. M, F. M.IRONMONGER,JR., )"la.'a..., AJ'
In number of New towns
8. I). (1EKIKK: C. L. IIODIIA.C. a England poor voice. masters, and this can only be done by 6 Bowling Green fcew York. 88 West Bay 8t.Jack* m ill* r
the local baker bakes beans for half the TBBO O. EOOER T. M, Jvo L. Fla. Fr't Agt..
C. K. of K &: H He-So did L But just think of his careful and extensive reading. Speaking HOWARD
town. Saturday nights the pots are (Howling Green J.ework. Foot Hogsn St.Jacknon'>ll. F
nerve.-Life.McElrse a modern language is, of course, desirable
INDIAN RIVER GIARDB taken to the bakeshop where the baker and important, but we should never A. J COLE General Passenger Agent, J. A. LESLIE Kuperlntemlcn
marks each one with the initials of the ; t Bowling Green New York. toot Hogan Rt.Jacks,, m de f
Drill at the Jail the of literature
Armory over county every neglect study for tbe
Tuesday evening In the lII..ntb. at 8 o CIM.k. owner and places them in his big oven : 1) 1) C. Slave, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue.I'bl1adel"bla
sake of learning a few words to be used
A.T. t'InC"Italn.: : Next morning the owners call for their I .s WINE OF CKDUI for female ditcausMcElree's ;5M.. P. CL1DE & CO, General Agents,
in conversation. When with
studying a 1* So. Delaware AT., New tork.
beans and the charge of 10 cents I Philadelphia 8 1\owllnlfGre.n.
pay Wine of Carduland good teacher, and in a place where thereis
and invest 10 in brown bread. It
ClllltfllKg.E. more
opportunity to practice speaking, the
BLACK DRAUGHT
TrjEDFORDS are
is an amusing sight on a Sunday morn'
language studied should be used as soon
CIIURCII. ing to see a line of citizens going from for sale by the following merchants In .
as possible as a means to learn the grammar
and 3rd In each the bakeshop to their homos each with : Southern.Railway'
Services the lot Sundays
and the of the literature of
Titusvllle: Fred. Chaffee & Co history b -
month at 11 a in and 7..Ml)II.| m. Kllnllaya"b,1 a bean pot on one arm and a loaf of :
very Sunday at 2.JO p. m K veil Ing i rayer at J. B fecreven.Restaurant the people._
t p m, on Wednesdays' Litany service every brown broad on the other I
Friday at 10 a. in Good old fashioned brown bread Is Laacaac..U.U..... (JJ
REV II. F. Rector
: BROWN the proper accompaniment for baked HabiU Are Dangerous.An Almost one-third of all humanity, or r-- .

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. beans. Here is a famous recipe for Bos about 400,000,000 people, speak the
brown bread of the kind One anecdote which occurred while Chinese The llindoo
tOil proper : language. languageand
'Service every Ralihath,at 11 a m and 7.10p.m.Sahbath.chsat5p I General Cavaignao was chief of the ex ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
; a. in, Christian I ndea- cup of rye or graham flour a cup of Its various dialects are spoken by
nor meeting at V JO p. m, prayer meeting: white flour, 2 cups of Indian meal a I ecutive power under the second republic perhaps 135,000,000 the third place being
Wednesday at Tft p,m. All are roruMallv Invited 1 : One day he invited to dinner, among THROUGH
to attend Kiev \\'. r. VCALK: iastor cup of molasses (scant), 2 teaspoonfuls accorded the English language, PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
soda, one-half teaspoonful suit, a cup of I other persona Commandant x., an old which is now used by not lass than 112,-
milk I comrade The commandant was not in The COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS
MrTllODISTCIILUCIIRurvlces sour and 1Iy or 3){ cups wat'r.I 000,000 people. Russian language ,
at Titusvllle every first second and Steam for three hours and then dry in I the habit of going into society and took comes fourth 89,000,000 persons daily

third Halilwth at:I II a. m and T p m, Sunday: the oven for half an hour. The brown : his meals at the restaurant, where it is using it to the exclusion of all others THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS
si hool I at 111 o'ilix I k a, Sunday, r.pworthleague
nt.evrry the custom of the French to wipe their
bread should be eaten and whatis I The German language Is the audible
at 3p, m every Sunday; 1 roe! meeting warm expression
I o'c1rk" every Thursday i night The public;:; are left over can either be steamed againor 1 knives and forks and their glosses, a of 57,000,000 human beings,
e..rlllall'lnvit.." to attend our services. toasted Exchange. thiiig which nobody dares to do in pri and the Spanish of about 48000000. QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
B W. LAWLKIl, IaHt rBAITlSTCHtRCII .
vate. The guests were no sooner at ta Among European languages French now

For Bicycles. ble than the commandant began to wipe takes fifth place,and when the languages.

An ingenious device is for looking the his "convert" The general had his eyes of the world are considered it is the North wild :XD tat. poet.lie. .
l're'hhllC every Unit second and fourth Sun North wild
him and beckoned to servant to
ds\s ITajcr Mwtni.s every Tuesday evening steering gear for bicycles. By a turn of on a seventh in the category.-St. Louis Re
at T o:oliM k Song Ht>rvli-e every Friday eveningtToiliKk give another knife and fork. Again the .. sekwtUi. .. NO asri .!'
: : Hun: I.iv H.IIXI: every bun I lay at f the key it is stated the front wheel of them public. __ All TRAINS DAILY ,..;:;, ALL TRAINS DAILY.M ". 'u, ,
III a. III All are L..r.I..lv. luvlLe" to at..I. the machine can be looked in any post commandant proceeded to wipe ........" ."'." a .. .iiJAr ." .'0-

II. A. GErora. l'utor. tion. If the bicycle is left standing at and again the servant took them away. No ProTUIon For Csars WIdow Lv." Jacksonville F.ca!?. TOO am 40pm Lv. Jacksonville, r.C. A P.. 6 40 pm820pm I 7 00 lID
the side of the pavement with the steer This little comedy was repeated seven There U no provision made for the earannah Ererett, ?. / 40 amU 8 15 pm ETerett, Southern. 611
.., :::
CATIIOI.IC CHIUCH times. At length the commandant be. widows of the czar and the grand dukes Columbia Southern. SOam 10 14 pmI rN.csn, 127mtop.:
...
locked and thief to !
lug gear a jumps on Mpm Mam Atlanta UsUam a30Pr
Menl., .. at 10 a. in.every Sunday la hall over came suspicions, and tired of wiping of Russia and in consequence all the Ar Charlotte, : .. ( 10 pm 700am80pm :: : : 4 9
,
In linn River State Hank (hlldren catechism ride off with it, he will soon find him Washington '
at a p. u self in difficulties. The locking appa his "convert," exclaimed: "What the widow of members of the imperial f am. 44 Baltimore, Peon:R.R ::: (742amOlam 11< ::: Cincinnati.Q A C....... 'f 20 pm _

REV: J. F.BOYLE.:,Rector is small It adds but few devil does all this meant Have you invited ily are completely at the mercy of the Philadelphia "., U 30pm SOOsmMam 25pm ... Birmingham Sontbern 12 elan
rates a "
very New York "
.... 2 03 6 ilL Louis. Cairo lib. lineAr 'f 2O.m
ounces to tbe weight of the machine, me here to polish up ail your plate i reigning emperor, who can do as littleor pm At W

Y. M. I'. A. and unless one looked for it specially it I and crockery?" The general did intend I as much for them as he pleases. The Ar. AiheriUe, Southern....?. ............... 4 10 pm Kaiuas Memphis City, K,. C:. : b Wpm:::,

ofT regular Sunday afterr.hehf,.rover meeting would quite escape notice. The con to punish him but the witty outburst present widowed czarina is entirely dependent

theY .at.at.e 4iN A'I'will. m beartcrniK.il at this-\ery rrv.lijurlaii humluy struction is said to be simple and cannot of tae commandant quite disarmed him, on her son. I heard that on one For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Railway

church intll further o..tlell.I get out of order, and it can be made and be laughed like the rest of the company occasion she told her father the king of
System Its
London Globe. Denmark that she knew or connection.
and applied at a small cost-Invention.Forestalled. if ever she was
left a widow that he would allow her to W. A. TURK
QUEER FREAKS OF NATURE. the room she had used in her C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,
occupy t jneral Pa...
A .
( "" / ,,..O.B. AgentWA."INOTON
I Have you aeenit ? Seen what I' Why girlhood and that that should be her Pai. Agent An t Oen'l Pats
Ovculons When the gun IU .n>. a Ulaek A London jeweler, quoted by Henry the alton Kaptd Calking Machine If dower reeideuoe.-Philadelphia Times D. C. KNOXVILLC. TENN. ATLANTA
and Ilvadened>> Orb. Vizetelly in his "Glances Back Through I you own a sail or row boat, don't fail to
Tbo have one on hand It ls a great labor W. D. ALLEN
ancient historians mention MT- Seventy Years," ""1 that LordGL came Elr A..tap. ,
I saver and I Is patented in the United
val Instances the ,
can "going out"or into the shop one afternoon accompanied Small Boy-Papa, what is a self made Florida
States, Great Britain, Canada, etc \ Passenger Agent,
failing to shine and gin forth its who bore small
by a footman a case I ?
man
the be
few of state rights will sold at a
viaal amount of heat aud light for period of baize. Lord O announced that 212 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
green reasonable figure. Apply to J. O Walton Papa-A sell made man, my boy, is
of time varying in length from be wished to have.a few words with the Titusvllle, Fla. one who is always described as having April 21st. IRON

three hours to several months. AccordIng jeweler in private and was conducted I commenced life M a bootblack or an of-

to Plutarch the year 41 H c. WILl np stairs. He carried with him the green floe boy, while the rest of ordinary
uue in which the aun WILl "weak and case. Notice.In .
mortals began this world. howling In.
pale" for a period approximating: H "This case" said his lordship when fanta.-London Tit.Bits. WE

mouths. tbe two men were together "contains Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit DELIVER.' .". ".
The Portuguese historiaua record the jewels worn by Lady C. on blgbda.1 of Florida, Urevard County 18t 5. tot .....bell... .h .i ,,

"nevtral mouth of diminished nu- and holidays. At present her ladyship ''''tbe'J. ftte..ait, Colonel Well. sail I remember a
I light1" in the year 931 A. D., and, ao- Is in the country where she is likely } that
for
H A.Ceseainr.and \\'. A } Bill Relief.etc ease happened once when my A
cording to this Piano
Hnruboldt several months until
uncanny peI to remain for Koolt. brother TomListener or OrgaiYU

I riod ended with 'strange and startling the next season begins. Now, what I gwarhng bv the sworn stateiuents In the (a Hampton university graduate .
I sky phenomena, such as loud atmoa' want you to do U to make me an Imitation IT LIl of eoui|>lalni elect In the alNive raiue ) Was that in antebellum
that the ,*.!. \. Casmire. residueal days,
rmpondent
phone eiploniou, rifts in the vaulted set precisely similar to the original., Kansas Croy Kaiuas,and thai. the mldenreof colonel? AT NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit su\ ':

I canopy of Line above and in divers other only, of course with false stone. Lady re.}M>ndent. W. A. ......n. I. uuknow n to nmvplalnsnt Colonel-No. sah. It was befo' the to approval after a trlallu your own honw. No money required until r'thoroughly '.

I rare and unaccountable freaks In the O. is no judge of snob things and will am of SI.and ream that.. Now n.|,ionilenu therefore are, It both Is over ordered the Wah.-Vogue. terms satisfied Our prices are u low as any house in the United Stat .

(year 1091 on Sept 19 (see lIumboldt'l"COIwoa" never discover the difference that you,the said H A. tasuilre, and thai vim our are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument
I ), the sun turned suddenlyblack "You retain the originals and tbs said W'. A Volt, do be and appear lie t.ire The Celebrated
can our sal .CurS on or before SI, .m.U the V'l davuf (...U..bl. Disclaimers. CONOVER. ,
I and remained so for three hours dispose of them among your customers; June. ISO the sauw Iwlnic Rule l_v.M|'.leadanswer .. "I Bllggins and Blaggins are The Renowned FISCHER. PIANOS.
guess
I and did not regaina normal condition allowing me the difference in value between or demur tu complainant. bill lie uf entered corn.&glaintoraderrwpnronfwnwill going to fight la a minute," exclaimed The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I

I for several days. According to the noted tbe two seta. Bat I mast ask you rauM will the) man who U easily excited. And KINGSBURY.

Helmuth'. "Solar Energy, the days of to let me have the larger part now, as I owed lie allowed that to this: notice ex parte.be publtshe It Is further
I seeming inactivity on the part of the have a pressing necessity for money." mesas Rvea ADvoraTK, at TtlusvUle. Fla, "They are both tolling each other that ORGANS.
I sun, the days following the sudden The peer took out a key unlocked the once a week for algal weeks don't want to bv trouble -
[blackening of the great orb were noted box and produced the jewel The jeweler Witness, the Honorable J. It they any Brass and small Instruments, Music and Books Write es'. we will *av. "9
of said omit, and with each other Washington Star. money
for .a peculiar greenish tinge and are looked al them and answered (REAL.) r'::seal of said court,this SMh day *

arked In old Spanish, French and lul- "My lord, it is the simplest thing in uf Marrk A 1> two. The .A. IB. Ci tins)hell Co.,

Ian records M "il>' days of the green the world to match these jewels In the aitr26w 4.4. sTEWART Try latM-PSsmMT teafet Dyspepsia,
Clerk Circuit Court JACKSONVILLE, .. .. .. .. FLORIINDIAN !' \











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tHl( arc prepared to meet all Competition of either Jacksonville
Titusville.
or Write us :and see if we do not sell you the

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HHHHiHH.'t Cheapest bill of Hardware
you ever bought. HUHlhih'H.We .


have now Mr. C. P. Eacott In charge of our Tin and Iron Wort Department which Is a sufficient that I
guarantee yon will get done what yon want done. Write ns and see.
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Professional Cards.
OEMS OF THOUGHT.

A stylish combination is a stock collar PLANT SYSTEM.
; WALTEB: 8. GRAHAM Kindness of heart .
. a/ ROBBIHS. rt'sultllargW, from of pale blue silk, with plaited raffle

pOBBINS 4 GKAHAM, thinking refined thought of blue embroidered chiffon over black

b One great secret of happiness Is never lace. Fancy pin of fine jet are used to

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, v to allow your energies stagnate. fasten the collar and to draw a few' of O Through Tr ins: 2D Tvlly: O.

erica tlocRs:-From 12 a. ra., Good health depends more upon peaceof the plaits down to a point at the front

and 2 to 4 p10mto PERSONAL GOSSIP. mind'than upon powder and pill of the wajst' -New York Ledger. Jacksonville and Sanford to Tampa and the West Coast,

Tlrre(ILLg, Brevard Co., Florida Don't wait until your friends die be-

.0.1401.15. Walter fore you discover their good qualities.A VIA. -
Gay, the American artist, hu
Till practice in all the court*-state and fed.
been created a chevalier of the Legion man's own good breeding i* the The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia, TXTUSVXLLE.The.Three .
plerfal hcilltlei for examining and perfect- of Honor. bent security against other people' ill
und title I Great West Coast Hotels owned and the Plant
by
r Money to Loan. I Edward Gray, a Maine man, com' manners. operated System

mitted suicide recently because his wife Success is reached by well directed

GEORGE W. MORTON, scolded him for eating too much apple blows! of tho hammer, industry, upon

Banco.Embansador. the anvil, perseverance.. AUd
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Dayard has now an enviable Even poverty is better than avarice,

'Brin,w."I.! .' Canaveral, '. Flm'ida! reputation in England as a for while poverty wants many things

r'oni.vancing carefully executed. speechmaker of the eloquent and graceful avarice wants everything.

variety Pleasure shortens life. Happiness prolongs
moi'tgagcs, Satisfaction, etc.
Deeds ,
President Faure has already accumulated It. Take care of your living, and ter.
blanks hand. r
on from socialist papers a valuable your dying will take care of itself.

collection of nicknames.! He is The He that thinks himself the happiestman 1 ,

nvoli' i S. JONES!' Manikin The Under Study The Jump really is no, but he that thinks + i i ianc

ing Jack, Poor Felix: and The Tramp himself the wisest is generally the greatest r

ATTORNEY.A T-LA W. Sir Richard Temple has given 1,000 fool e

for a statue of the queen to be placedin According to Addison, the woman
TIT! - the principal square of Rangoon, who does not make her family comfortable Six! bOl'O<'-llOwpr. marine,,weight Tll... H>'aoeManufacturer
rt"I"lrl..12! :!>t h'hp.
i runty Judge of Brevard County. whero his son-now chief commissioner will herself never be happy at
of the moat l'W'rr..t. ItellaMe'
of the Andaman islands-was resident home and she who is not happy at home and I.vuondral I..t"r for 1""nrhPR all,1 yacht

last year. will never be happy anywhere. In the innrkt't KIWY, to mart rnnn mil II .t..1. .
I, I .i.vrtDK J. T. SAXOEIM with airy little attpiitlnn; sic! Imlldcniiiini IIr l.1 r rP
Rotary.GAI'LDEN. J D Luttreel of Spokane, Wash, 'hiit r<>iiiiU>te soul stationary niotom 1

& SANDERS, has fallen heir to a quarter of an $8- RAILROAD TIES. 1IKN.I.: W .IIHOMK: ,
Bole Arrnt| fur ]trv>anlaml<>riiiiire t'o'o.
In Ireland left
000,000 estate by his : :
la
On Nov. 1 the Vnndalia began to HI .iicle I
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, uncle John LnttreeL He is workingat pay (atalopiei and \ coal to and firemen
premiums lAgiuoers
\"III \era" .tire In all the Courts of the State his trade as a cigar maker and is in i s
where saving of coal is effected 6s.. 1 1Il1
a
.
eI 1'10.13 I ami the United States: Court* moderate circumstances.!
4. ," llox Oi TlTt'SVILLE FLA. With its and
present prospective connections
Marshal Lannes, the great soldier, W. L. DOUGLAS
Money to Loan. 13 the Ohio Southern will have
was a carpenter's apprentice, but bad a
actual or practical terminals in Cincinnati S3 19 THE Bf ST.iTroR .
strong taste for military life. lIe said SHOE
.
Chicago, Toledo and Detroit A KINO.CORDOVAN
TOME REYNOLDS, himself that when work was not press- sD.
J. ing in the shop he was always whittlingout The vestibule trains are certainly safe. rRCNCN*INAMCUCO CALF; F /

ATTORXEYATLAW.Hutchlnson models of swords Mid guns. In a recent head end collision betweena 43.*P fiNE CAUiKANOABOl

The Earl and Countess of Devon recently freight and passenger train a dozen '3.1U1 POLICES s0Lts.r t{ y' y ; l
freight cars utterly demolished -
were '
Avenue : $2. WOR I 1
celebrated their diamond wedding $ZW' CNGMf E'ls.sz. r Nt
but the cars and their .
passenger occupants tXTKA sere.
The earl is a Courtenay and can
'I HII"> die. Florid. trace his descent from the courts of'' escaped uninjured.The .;I79BOYS'SCHOOLSHOE1L.
:
Edessa and Latin emperors of Constantinople St. Paul and Duluth Railroad .A.DIES. l
"
"WELL TITUS, of the time of the crusades. company declines to pay for baggage '

H Colonel Samuel Jones has just com destroyed by fire at Skunk Lake Minn., s3'N 0'ESfc0oN0pLqy .

.\TTOR EY.\ -L AW.It pletod his thirtieth year in service with on Sept 1, on the ground the fire was a 'w,.,. .socgvoHnua L DeOUGLCeA, $. t
great calamity, for which it was not to
'If? in State and Federal court Land the Louisville and Nashville railroad. Over One MIllion People wear the n

,. I ,,"'clalt). Attorney for Hoard of lIe for several rears has representedboth blame, and could not have prevented W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 ShoesAll rr r

.imiuURloners" .,and County S..Ul'itor. the freight and passenger departments our hoes are equally satisfactoryThey

I "" tun <*. TITfSVILLE FLA. of the company in New York. five the best value for the money
The Cost of Powder PufTn. They equal customhoes In style and M.
Paul Sorg, who represents the Third Thirwearing queittiessreuneurpaased.The .
Ohio district, is the richest man in con An English journal warns the London prices are uniform,_.st mp d en sole. r
FUEEMAX: HALL From II to Ij saved over ether mlk.
R. gress. He is said to be worth f I ,OOO- ladies that their powdur puffs, those If your dealer cannot supply you we can.Suidby'

A TTORSEY-A T-LA W, 000 and to have an income of more than airy necessities of the toilet, are heavy

$1.000tOOO all of which he has made with the blood of slaughtered innocents.It GEO. B. RUMPH ,

HI MI.i.i.:, FLORIDA. himself in the manufacture of plug to- is stated that as many as 20,000 Titusville Florida. t 10,

lgcncy for Fire and Accident Insur- bacco. young swans cygnets, as they are MT1'

m e in the best and strongest com- Alexandra: Dumas is no greenhorn in called-are killed every year to supply ,
,. ...
I' of innumerable FRANK n.Evmrrr: TII. J. O'llKirx
business matters. When his publisher this dainty fluff, to say nothing

for "L'Affaire Clem- young birds of the elder duck
him
offered $100
F B EVERETT & CO.
The bulk of .
I didn't make He and wild goose variety.
Biv .u NE; BAY, DADE COUSTV.: enooan, he a scene. 0.w to -
these are imported, the swan and geese -
imply salted the novel down and wait
W E\VAJT, Baltic and from + + FORT PIERCE FLORIDA. + +
last from the islands of the ,
J ed for better times. They came at ,
U. S. COMMISSIONER. and Sweden, and the elders The Finest Fishing and Boating In the World.
Norway
and he got $ ,OOO for his work. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Notary Public State at Large. from the northern and more ice bound I'lcanant parties being organized every d.iy Lung or ulioit. liljm. KltTtrlr,
N. Y.
Nicholas Hallock of Queens, Naphtha and Meant Launches can lie tanned front hutch iiiiinimrinciit. The Three

Lands Selected; Conveyances made. engraved bis name on a silver quarterin seas.One cygnet will make nearly a dozen INDIAN RIVER Great Hotels are under the |personal management of Mr J" II. King. C'orifitHmdence -
orrcsjHjndence solicited. Address: 1844. It continued in circulation until which show [ Invited from all who neck health, pleasure, and comfort
nayIew Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, a few days ago, when it was takenin average sized "puffs, FISH OYSTERS TURTLE & II. W. \\JtK.\N': I'luwiiKcrl'mfllc: Manager.
Office, Ewan's Landing. how many women must be, to a greateror ,
the railroad agent at
change by
less extent: addicted to the use of
Queens. As the name was still decipherable powder.The GAME,

GEoRGE W. ALLEN, after the ootn'i turned 60 it years of to wan Mr. puff trade is highly profitable, as Hotels and Dealers Supplied. &
the over
dering, agent
may be judged from the fact that the The Florida Central peninsular Railroad

ATTORSE .AT-LAW, flallock. down of a cygnet coats little more than BRANCH HOUSE: West Palm Beach, Fla.

25 cents, the creature often being
poor
Ke> rest Florida. ODDS AND ENDS. ---
,
plucked alive so that it may bear an Short Line licturcn I'lorldn 1\(1111111 Northern ..oln'".

Will practice in the United States The Hindoos have no word for friend. other crop, while the puffs are sold at

and Mate Courts. OjunOSD To them every friend is simply brother. from 75 cents upward, nicely mountedin Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia Washington, Bal

It is stated by the attendants the bone and blue or pink satin, which adjuncts In
\ .
zoological gardens that no ape will amount to comparatively nothing.The timore Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East. '

,K. B. L. WILLS, ladies of Paris and Vienna are the :
sleep often does.flat on bis back, as adult man largest consumers of puffs, owing chiefly : and Everett Macon, Atlanta h"lIano"loI'a: "Nitithvllle nUvllle, Cincinnati,
Chicago.
to their fastidiousness in coating aside
PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON, The Turks believe amber to been in. puffs as soon as they lose their pristine Poor Everett lilrmlngharn, (Holly SpiiiiBX" :Men>|>hU, Little Hock, Kansas ('ltYI'it./ .

TITl'WILLE, FLORIDA. fallible guard against the injurious effects delicacy. Louis, Chicago Sioux City. .
of nicotine; hence Its extensive River Junction l'en..I: :M"MV, New Orleans, Texas: Mexico, California

rnrE:-Hutchinson Avenue, near use for the mouthpieces of pipe A Bore on Him.Broncho and lhel'acilloCosst. Kf: ft U< A|>r. !i I*t, H1I.1..

the Indian River hotel. "milk Healthmeans .
In China the "Ju-ming, or -

name," in changed upon the child starting d6"Iluu.rs,1'x.l.lphla :
to school and again upon marriageor l: : : : : |

II W. LICHTV, in the event of selecting a trade or so much more than 1 r New York, l : iKilnts, ArrlreSJatl..arllLteJUa.m.:
occupation. imagine-serious and r a..I'IIII': in.
you era Cars Iwtwren "&. AiiK .tln that the air /'umparnnenl
PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, The general supposition fatal diseases result from "' W ew- s.w \ork. IHiiliiK cars t.. ...d from N ublagw.r .
is most transparent under the cloudless + ton

skies of the desert is not correct The trifling ailments neglected.

fort Pierce, Florida.10BN air of the polar regions when clear is Don't play with Nature's ... ll Inely.In.. Through. I ha lUautlful II IIIruuntry
of 1. I.I 1'.nuvdasnd
a.
far more transparent gift-health. rarambli I n. : I.I Jw kw>n>lll' rJW .. m.
there Is distillery greatest w 4 q for I j>ke < Icy, 1Jw Ibis, Maillxm, Monllirllo.TallahajwM .
ASPL W ALL Bishop Taylor says a i ,,, e Itlrer| .JUIH'lion. |>n.ai..ila, Molnle
In Liberia which the native call I If foe are -weal w New (frl...".,and the soutbwenl, M.iico, I'. .
0.1 of aorta 1
/ Ar' fornlraudlMllrlao C'._,. arrlee Hliw .
closely generally n. |>ers.Arrives
and >
the "Good Jews factory, so r I ea +' / n. ""'k..ur111e.Agam.r .
their minds Is the liquor traffic associated BrownsIron, heeded serroea, +
REAL ESTATE & IXSURAXCE.U have .0 SppetuSasd s 1-'" .
with Christianity. cant work, I, leaves Jai .briorllb.JAi.atforaurY.Ffaw.
begin at core uk- % + r,. \ thurue, "II v., r i rinK liraU. ilaineiinlle, f.e.lar
False teeth for bones which were I Ing the awet fellable / Key, WllilwwiJ. l* | ,
GALLIE, FLORIDA. suggested by the president of a French Bill (who 1* np) What wa etrengtkealng: 1 '+' r i lirlandit, Ijuinichmi, IxuU m.ri1al"li ;,
this for-the best three throw out of mediclne.wkKk la A 7 4 i Taul'|a. ArdwJackrwvllkiuuy.m.. .
i humane society a few years ago have Drown iron bit. '
and coming fiver A few bot. 0 r I \W .. .
actually been invented are I Clm-lnnatl Florida I.liultMl. Ia Jack.Sfinrllle
LA RUE P ELY, Lasso Luke (who is down)-Yep ties beuetteornee .
; cvre Y i Z J e 0 e t.*fi | ni eMllmle Train. Tim
I
Into general use in Europe. that's what) from sheri r r it;.' allttl m.r J; hi>;.: Ineiunail, via Name,
KAL ESTATE FIRE LIFE AND Frost bells are tolled in some district Dill Well then this 1 I Bitters 1 very Aral .due.. ittttlt ;. Athiate'bstl.naga'uns.t ts for Na.h lll-
Broncho a 1 al. flfpleaaaat 'i' law .>irlll I i'fan ago and all ixitnla aunt aaJrlesTSytUTaaL
ACCIDENT IXSURAXCE. of France when frost is threatened. bone on you.-New York Herald. sari ry 1 w..,. Ardr.Jach.uMsilaleJua.w..

Vary Publle for the State at Large. Immediately the inhabitants place la take ,
tau J information and State quantities of tar between the rows of Tw of tb. CkcmploywL nnsa u.arrrsr. ( '''I ; Holly Hiirlnics' It.".,.. Hi. '''''''., Ka..... ('IIT.
::jH: aa to Government
Tines. The tar II lighted, and volumes The Tramp-Won't you gimme a tit I It Cures wr.e wr. 1 \P s mar ,,,,, fhtvaicu, Atlanta lave.. IlIrhllnIl J""< kw.nTille.'", f lloily er p.Horlngs.,. ,,IaMauun ,

MELBOl-BXE, FLA. of dense smoke arise thus protecting tie awiitauce, sir I've been oat of em Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Meniuhla, Rpdage.Id. K.nw.Clay ill IvMils.' I'bliaini, Abet 1ty.. wilhimtrhaiiKeto
.JIICI'-r
I : :::; ;
the Tine ploymeut for eight weeks. kanua I Ity and Hi. Louis, and uuly une .hanve lu { Arrive
The Gilded Youth-That's nothing. Neuralgia, Trouble. Jai.....mrhl.10.0.. m.
Uval for Tallahaaaee' and IntornMHllai Hdnta. Amre J" onrllle filep. ilulluui
P M
All (b.., THE FASHION" PLATE. I've been out of employment; for eight Constipation, B4 Blood :: f. .-- Taiuua! sad luteruMHllate I..Is1.| >.lw|>en. Arrive J ekwuiirlrle:JOa.....
City! Sport-Any objections to my yean.-Chicago Record. Malaria, Nervous ailments < Fax. HeniHirsuaiirille. (t|rtaiil>iir( and A>bv Ille, leave Jai.kanuvIN* dully at ..*, ... ui+ with

bnnttng on your farms U is said that the coming costumefor I Women' compUlnU. \ Tor-Ma:m7: Atlanta.tw.Trains 'lall,. Ia v.J....axnvllto t:en a. m.a".II:*l p. ... rvllnuutiiaiMcniwn
Fanner-Nuckl Not now. spring will be black erepon over ..... o.U Get.eltheee..l.Kbaeefoe..4UJUse. to AtUnU, lulac Its Holly NprluS.slee. .I..r.| ran remain In their lnhs until l-uo a. ra.rufluiaa .
All other aukatitvtca. I Steepen us all Xl ht Trains.ff .
-
the are
Sport-An game on the place black silk Wantorno-Let me sea Bow' long on. U*wrapper.fet.iyt of two..,......... we ,
tuatet_Not now City feller The round waist is quite the order of were ,.OIIID Paris? I will seed act of Tea Beavtlful World I 8.ad fur Beet Indexed Township Map of IflorliU tw

< h hyer last week 'n killed the last the day although there are many pointed Wood B. Bored-Same a* her*-9 Fair Vie** and book-free. N. S. I'KNNINOTOX, A. O. MAIoNELL,

l-..-CleyelAnd- Leader. [ walsU wore ---. feet I a-Brooklyn Life. I aa01YNCHYICALCO. 5ALTIYORSYD. Traffic Manager, General rUMPler
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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAT 10, 1895. ________


JAIIEI PBITCB.AJlD, PrewslBROW.; D. DAR.Err, Ylce.Premideet.
-+ IIDIAH RIYER ADVOCATE 4- progress which was being made det't'tHhat a hearing of all parties concerned TITUSVILLE METEOROLOGICAL Cuhl r. .

from time to time, and we ran say, will be given tt the June meeting SUMMARY FOR if

without hesitancy, that It has been of the board.It APItIL, 1803. INDIAN RIVER STATE
A WIt. 'l017aIUL .TOT BTO Till DEVIL pushed as fast at money could da was ordered that a permit be granted BANK

orMnrrorTHStftDUB arras .IID it. Only last WHit we were In the to P. A. McMillan to plant oysters on was

LASS WOETE SICTtoaI.eutor neighborhood of the dredges, and his riparian right of lot 6, of sub-division I The mean temperature for April less (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.,,
08.0, which Is one and a half degrees
from a careful examination of of lot 1, section 28, and part of lot 1, than the average, and nearly two degrees Authorized capita. $ ))00ry
what remains to be done section 20 and of lot 1 and 2, town r
.... .... .... ........ WALTxa..OaA.I1.AIoolat.Ednora we can part lower than the same month last C Paid up capital,
CRAB. H.WaLTOII say, barring unlocked! for accidents ship 26, section 26, 37 east, according to ,, ,,. $2SOC
Manager
: ;
the two dredges will meet a plat of book 2, page 744. year.Highest temperature, 86 on the 16th Average deposits, $300Oc

during the present week. They In the matter of road running from I
and 30th lowest, 47 on the 5th. Highest -
Office: Washington Avenue, TltusvllU were less than a mile apart last section 27 west to the St. Lucle river, In and ;lowest temperature previously -- Transacts a General Bub

Indian River, Florida. Friday, and the Intervening space 6th district It was ordered that It be
recorded 69 In 1893 and 34 In 1801.
Is mostly made up of a creek, in laid over for 30 days, and report to The was 70 and Business
temperature
FRIDAY. which very little cutting will have R. D. Hoke. mean I
PUBLISHED EVERT above on 1$ days, and the maximum
to be done. The bond of R. O. Hardee for notary Largest and Odest! Bank
was 80 and above on 12 on the BIiy
temperature
Those who have made the run public having been examined and found

Check,eto, may lie made payable to "Graham over the back line to New River, correct, was accepted and approved by days Mean temperature for this month l' DlRFCTon!
A Walton," pnbllnheri and proprietors for eight years, 69.0. rniTCHAitn.'u ,
will know the exact location of the the board. lt.lt. 'I I ,
| 1
Total rainfall was 4.50 Inches, which of the National Hank nf Ja. ;
Snow rlpt Inn. dredges, when we say that the Blscajne It was ordered that / T. Budge and DURKKB (\'Ice-Pre.'ent'' 'i it i
l.M Is two and one-thlid Inches above the F Jacksonville w. 8. ?' Kit
| ) GUI ,
Twelve month, which is working northward, Mendel be appointed a committee to n< av m
and about four and one-fourth Known
1.00
Ills" was almost exactly abreast of the have a galvanized taqk, with the necessary average, CORmtEsroalm I ,
.SO Inches than fell during the same
Three Indian mound about fifteen erected In the court house more Seaboard National Hank '
Single copy, large : pipe, month last National Bank of i'1''n ,
Strictly In adnnce. miles south of Lantana. The yard, for the purpose getting sufficient year. r
There eleven days with rainfall, T1'FLT-TELL I TJt1.
Matanzan.. which is cutting south, water for the jail; also that the same were ,
The abovs rat.Include the payment nf pottare with amounts exceeding one Inch on the ._ _ .
bv it*, ftulwrlptlons can commence anytime was a little less than a mile northof committee have the jail repaired and -- -- u n.
: 2nd and 8th. The rainfall wan well distributed
dunngtherear.; tDliwontlnnanrw the mound. They are both In a put In proper older.It .

of advtn. nut,' lie made |*raonally creek, and there Is no solid cuttingto was ordered that F. T. Budge be during the month; the Inter T
vals the showers not exceedingfive THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA e
.
at bbl.oflUe or by writingMEMIIFRH be done in the space betweenthe appointed a committee to procure a pairof during CART?

After the blood hounds for the of the days during any period. ,
two dredges. dredges use 0t
OFTHE Greatest and leant rainfall for this Made for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread 0T
meet, it will take about a week to county.It ,
FLORIDA PRESS:: ASSOCIATION, month since station was established, 4.50
cut away and dredge out the two was ordered that J. Mendel be appointed
WITH TUB Inches this and 0.17 Inches last
AFFIIIATKI dams in the canals, and after thatit a committee to get up the proper year,
1'Jitonnl A <'lotion. rainfall for this monthfor
National ito is proposed to take a week for form in which the officers of the county year. Average

repairs, and to give the machinerya shall make out their bills against the eight years, 2.16 Inches; average e
Aldresi all communications to the 1'roprle- number of rainy days for same period, n
Section 8 of act
thorough overhauling. county, according tu an

to., In all probability work will be entitled an act to create a fine and forfeiture seven. f

GRAHAM: WALTON, begun between New River and Biscayne fund, and. have 1,000. copies There were 15 clear days, 11 partly
clondy, and four cloudy days. Average 0I
INDIAN:! roVER ADVOCATE Bay before the first of June. printed. I
cloudiness on a scale of 0 to 10, 3.5.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. The distance is about eighteen The following bills were audited and I

miles, but the greater part of this ordered to be paid : Total wind movement 10114 miles, or

is made up of navigable lakes and F. T. Budge, county com .. .$ 12 00 an average velocity of 14 miles per hour, 1s- I

creeks. There is less than five J. Mendel, county com. . . 6 40 which Is two miles an hour above the di } t
Iii@CATNE HAT is not dependenton . 20 60 direction r9I
miles R. D. Hoke, county com average for this month. Prevailing
of solid cutting between New
a railroad terminus' for its W II. Sharpe, county com . U 00 southeast, or 17 per cent of the FOR SALE BY t
future. It will shortly have a eat River and Biscayne Bay. It is almost C. J. Hector, county com. . 14 00 1
velocity -
total directions observed. Highest ED"VV.A.R.D STXLJN"G: :
outlet through the canalto certain that the work between J. Mendel, copying minutes, ,. 5 (X) ,
isfactory . 15 00 40 miles, from the north, on the
accountant,
A. Stewart/
West Palm Beach and it can New River and Biscaynn Bay will The Lumber Hardware and Paint Denier
J. Mendel, financial statement 2) 00 19th. There were five thunder storms
be before the end of the
have outside water transportation completed J. E. Bowman, sheriff,. . 3U 75 I during the month.J. OOOOA, Jn.d.1.an.: : :Rivor, FLORXD i
as soon as its population is suffic present year. There is no dangerof B. L. Villa, med. attntn to paupr 4 00
-
LANOI
E. FTTE: !:
,
-
striking rock or other unforeseen Cleveland officer. 10 61 -
lent. The proper thing for the any A. registration ,
obstacle along the line of O. L. Alexander, med. for prlsnrs 85 Observer.
line from Jack.
bay is a steamship C. E. ChaOee Co., med. pauprs 6 60
the the canal, because Mr. Spencer, ASPHALT ROOF PAINTS
sonville Nassau touching at *
to I J. E. Bowman, feeding prisoners 50 60 The East Coast Canal.
bay, and a steamship line to New the chief engineer, has gone over J. E. Bowman, sheriff. . . 35.00 7

Orleans touching at Key Weet. the route carefully, and made janitor,. . .. 600
. 12 SO There will soon be direct water com-
is soundings anti borings every 200 John Waller, deputy-sheriff, Ground in Pure :
The Biscayne Hay country not will bailiff for jury,. 2 60 munication between Lake Worth and Agents Wanted.and 0
feet. The Matanzas
dependent upon railroad extension begin to J. T. Bell, Inquest,.. . . . 3 00 New River, the Citizen. In one M. Brown and :
for its future. cut from New River south, and the Electlio Light Co.,. . ... . U 00 says h,3u, : Write for Samples 0
Biscayne will be taken outside and O. B. Hall, criminal fund,. . 8 OJ I week the dredge Biscayne cut 4,340 feet,

into Biscayne Bay, at Bear Cut, J. Mendel, road work . . 88 00 while the dredge Matanzas succeeded In Grade Black. Prices

BRXVARD and Dade counties may and begin to cut to the north, from F. II. Boye '. .' . .. 4 00 cutting 2,100 feet. Both dredges are Asphaltum. catalogue, Etc
. . 4 00
Budge
the F. T. other and t
well feel some pride at digging toward each are ex-
meagre the head of the ( f
bay. course, I. .. . . 200
amount of criminal business with pected to meet in the course of three FOE
there is a possibility of the dredge Hall A: Wright, Insur. on c'ort.ho 37 60 PAINTING
which the circuit court had to dealat being lost, or badly shattered dur F. T. Budge work on court house 150 weeks or thereabouts.

its recent sittings. Notwithstanding ing the trip outside, but if calm II. &: W. D. brew, blank books. 12 25: The rapidity with which the dredges TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Railroad I

the rapid growth of population Walker, Evans &: Cogswell blnks 83 are working now on the canal between I
weather is selected she should be
Vance Co., . . . 17 05
Printing
incident to railroad build. able to go around in about 20 Mary Futch, pauper,. . . 600 Lantana and New River Is due to the fact Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
,
ing during the past few years, hours, and will probably make the Charity Padget, .. . 10 00 that the ground Is considerably softer .

Brevard county had the shortest trip without trouble. W. Anderson, . .. . 6 00 than at Lantana end. The land along the Iron Work of Kind.
: . . 6 00 every
term for many years, and two or We understand that Mr. Ev. Sparkman, canal, being muck, will be splendid for
Flaglerhas /Sarah Bean . . 8 00
three days was all the time Judge purchased the steamer Illttle, Chris Jacobson, . . 8 00 vegetable growing. Already tracts of Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Read',

Broome found it necessary to remain which will be brought down from Mark Hayden, .. .. . 4 00 two or more acres have been purchased, Roofing, and all kinds of !

at the very inconvenient and St. Augustine in a few days, and E. L. Brady, Brabaguy, pauper,. 8 00 and as soon as better transportation Is Hoofing V'

unattractive county seat of Dade. will run from West Palm Beach, The Board adjourned until the 1st afforded, all of It will be settled The Supplies, FKoM

through the canal, to New River, Monday In June, 1805. land will bring better prices then, so it Is The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

WE do not understand why Rue connecting with a daily hack line. best for those who Intend to purchase to Manufacturers of
Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
will shorten the time to Biscayne do so now. !Several parties are talking of
sia should interfere in the Japan- This ST. LUCIIMUVmi IMPROVE 3200 to
China war at this stage. The Jape Bay by about four days in raising strawberries on a very extensive AVillIanSburgAe., Richmond, Va.

have done the fighting; they have making the round-trip, or two days MENT. scale by. next season. This is looked -

each The of the upon as a good move, and it Is a wonderthe -
done it well, and to the victors belongs way. people bay
Morrow's Memorial Is
will then have what Senator opportunity had not been embraced
the spoil, and the Russian country they
bear should seek territory else have long hoped for-a daily mail. Fntornlily Reported In before this, as the ground Is specially Merchant'sMetal
well adapted to the growth of this berry.
where. If he is spoiling for a the Hou ie.
"
fight, why not pay his attentions to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. >i k "Spanish"TILES.
the murderous Turk, who is far TALLAHASSEE, May 2.-The following Bretard School Board

more of a savage than the conquerors memorial to Congress, Introduced by -* 4-
of China. The Jape may County commlsHloners met on Monday, /Senator Morrow, has passed the senate, The usual monthly meeting of Brevard 4

be compelled, from force of circumstances pursuant to order, with the following and has been favorably reported in the County School Board was held In Titus W. have three Surfaces dlntlnet

just at this time, to members present : Wm. II. Sharpe, house: vllle on Monday on Tuesday, the follow. via Slies: for 7x10,10x14 Straight 1UWA )

yield to the demands of Russia, chairman; C. J. Hector, J. Mendel, R. Whereas, Great necessity exists for ing members of the Board being present: well M a Special Grad.

but before many years elapse they 1>. Jloke and F. T. Budge.J. the Improvement of !Santa Lucia or A. L. Hatch, chairman; John Henry and noted Surfaces.TILE fur t'mul

may get themselves in shape to A. Carlile, cattle Inspector for district i Prospect Inlet, east coast of Florida, Geo. B. Rumph; with County Supt. Jno. ,, c

give Russia a surprise party, simi No. 1, having made his monthly report which Is the regular outlet of the St. II. Same, secretary. The most Ornamental
the examined and Lucia river and to that extent that the business before the Boardwas
lar to that which China received. same was approved Among Roof made, and thor-
by the board.It vessels drawing ten feet of water may the payment of teachers' bills. The ; oughly storm-proof

appearing that J. C. Blevln and Dr. pass over the bar; and most important work of the session was

A FEW days ago the Supremecourt Denton having made application to the Whereas, The commercial prosperityof that relating to the salaries of teachers The"STAR"Yentilator'ALASKA!
of Florida handed down five
board for a permit to kill or capture a this part of Florida Is greatly Impededfor and length of term for 1895-0. The pros ... Iron
decisions, in cases which had been tee all our high
manatee or sea-cow for scientific purposes want of proper bar Improvements at pect Is that the schools will be openedfor Copper esBrass "M rnnni HT'CAb.ryth.roma.
appealed from the circuit courts of .: : :
and this board being satisfied that the entrance of this Inlet to utilize the at least six months, Slight changes KSST the
the state In three out of the five m' ""
the Interest of science will be subservedby value of navigation on the St. Lucia only are contemplated In the salaries of Pteuf. 8tormI'alm ROOFING
cases the judgments reversed I .
were Process
and granting said permit; therefore, It Is river; thereforeBe teachers. A reduction In expenses will I Prevents down. draughts
only two atflrroed. It would (Ineorpor.fd I
ordered that the said J. C. Blevln and It resolved by the senate and house be made by cutting off the building and

therefore, seem, that,. the chances Dr. Denton be granted a special permit, of representatives of the State of Florida supply appointments, and only such MERCHANT & co., 517 Arch St. Philadelphia Pa.
are against 01 tting in ,
the /K just ee I under Chapter 4208, Section 1, 2 and 3, that our representatives and senators building and repairs will be made as are :::::t
circuit courts, for three out of
the Lawa of Florida, to kill or capture a In Congress are hereby requested to absolutely necessary
five cases referred to
were reversed -
manatee or sea-cow. take proper step toward securing the

the or CO per cent. If this is It Is ordered that Christine Jacobson, passage of a bill providing for a sufficient -It Is reported that Captain II. P. For Rent, a Brick Store.Do For Sale.A .

average, then sixty people out a pauper, be raised from five to eight appropriation by Congress to deepenthe Dye has received the returns for his last need
a brick
of every hundred who are unableto you good store, In an
dollars per month. bar of the St. Lucia river outlet, so shipment of tomatoes. They netted him excellent position In town, and away pineapple plantation of twenty

carry a case to the Supremecourt It was ordered, that according to Sec that vessels drawing from ten to sixteen 13 per prate. His entire crop of about from wooden buildings? If so, call on acres, on Indian River; dwelling and
are likely to suffer injustice. feet of said river In Robbins A Graham or C. H. Walton packing bouses; two acres under :rn.pi: '
tion D, of an act establishing a fine and ; water may enter 0001 rates will average t5 per crate.Flowering' ,
Such a state of affairs ought to be ADVOCATE office, Titusvllle, Fla. tlon for vegetables. Enquire of
forfeiture fund, the treasurer of Brevard safety; and be It further .
CUAB. II. IIOWLAM'
sufficient to make the
think average man county hereby Instructed to open and Resolved that the secretary of state Is and Foliage Plants Waveland Fu

litigation.twice before embarking in keep a separate account, called the ac. hereby requested to furnish each of the for Bedding.I Pineapple Slips and Suckers.

and It la senators and In Congressfrom
count of feeding prisoners; representatives
Write
for prices on I. Cayenne, Sloop For Sale.
further ordered that the treasurer place this state with a of this
copy can furnish a very nice collection of Abbaka Jamaica Ripley and Queen slips
PROGRESS OF THE CANALS.We the sum of $700 to the credit of said memorlal.-C'ltll plants such M coleus, geraniums salvias, and suckers to For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftx!',it;

fund out of the money In his hands at fuchsias ageratuma and many other E. C. B. TTXDALL. tonnage. 18 -27-inn. ill lI..t..I.- ..s ,-..mrition. '
'
understand that the legislative present, placed there by the comptroller kinds, at from $1 to $3 per dozen varieties Waveland, Fla. New sails head-room&; cat n.
; also some handsome palms and Best party or trade; boat of her slit "D
committee which \isited the general to the credit of Brevard county 1101 I FOR BISCAYNE BAY other evergreens, roses, etc., etc., at low Horses For Sale-Cheap. the river. Price $40000. April '"
canal between Lake Worth and as a fine and forfeiture fund. price. E.\C. JK Tyndall, Waveland, or Cii'

Biscayne Bay recently, were not On motion It was ordered that the A. L. HATCH, Peter Nelson, Titusvllle, Fla., where the
but GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT 13M City Point, Fla. Apply to A. L. HATCH, may be seen vat
only pleased, surprised, at the road matter between Chas. K. Maddox THE Mayfi
Uomeseekers. When you get t, 1895. City Point, Fla.
great amount of work which has and others, be now taken up for consideration. there Stop at ---. _

been done during the past two Lands for Sale Cheap. Fancy Pineapple Slip and Sucken -

years, and the excellent manner in On motion It was ordered that the The Lemon City Hotel Queen Suckers For Sale For Sale.

which it has been done. road matter between Chas K. Maddox 80acres on Banana river; 40 on peninsula

We were well before the for 80 at the Narrows; 40 at Woodley on I have
aware, and others, be laid over days about twenty-Are or thirty .
visit of the committee, that they Permit granted to J. B. Smith to carry At Lemon City, the terminus of the at the Sebastian ridge; 3,at Sebastian, river front Benson; 40 thousand very nice Queen suckers for "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbaka

could not be otherwise than satisfied a Colt's repeating rifle, for one year. Hack Line, on Biscayne Bay. Airy Sebastian FU.on railway. Henry sale; all from young plants that have Apply to MAKUOTK" MATTHAM
room., comfortable. beds, good table, never bourne an apple. Will be ready The Palm Beach Pinery,
with the work of the canal In the matter of the application for a terms reasonable. for early delivery. I West Palm Beach FU.

company. public road from Barton avenue south !::r Good fishing and hunting In the [Job work cheaply, neatly and expeditiously For price and further particulars

The ADVOCATE: his had an eye to the lands of J. Q. Stewart, deceased, neighborhood. executed at the ADVOCATE office, address,
Tttuiville Circulars, hand bills, note -The Walton Rapid CalkIDgMachln.0.
upon this work for the two the been laid for further D. M. CONNOLLY ALFRED: Cox, I
past same having over Prop. had
letter heads
envelopes, state Clrfdale Plantation one, |5; No. two, .lO;No. three t'1"
3ears. We have investigated the consideration; on motion, it was or Lemon City, Dado Co., Fla. menu, tags, etc., etc.] 1ekn, l'ia Tltasvttle, Fla.














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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 10, 1895., 5 b 16


Awarded people who have favored the Coronado 1

best Honor*- orld'a Fair. with their presence, left this week. That To Orange-Growers.

I I sweet singer, Mrs. Gilbert and
OR; the cul- COCOA ICE WORKS
tured Mrs. Stearns
Alba, of Syracuse, and N. 1were her sister, Miss The largest crop and best grade of fruit can only be obtained ,
among
them. The refined, easy manners of "1 y using fertilizers containing Coooa, r1OrlQL..

these ladles betoken their social Itand-

tlCliCREMi ing in their homes. The others ho left Not Less than ia/0 Actual Potash. NOW XN OPEX1.ATXON.G. i
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are certainly /going to create quite a G tS l. ] l.lNGEl.
blank In the circle
genial Mrs. Bently and at Coronado her charming-the This is equally true of pineapples and other tropical fruit Manufacturer -


daughter O. Mrs., Mrs. Stewart, of Youngstown, Our books on Potash are sent free. They will cost you nothing to read, and will ua IOE & DTSTT'LTJSiD: WATER

Stewart may well feel proud of sun doI1an. GERMAN KALI WORKS.M Nassau Street' Hew York

BAWNfiPOOIIl her two boys, "Jamie" and "Hob." i, ------- ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE. t

Hotel managers are usually a little chary der Dr. Holmes' usual successful treat- Drown, which was delicious. About 3

about welcoming "boys" to their houses, ment, he Is now convalescent.Miss o'clock, the plc-nlo broke tip with the Refrigerators, Ice ('heats FrocKcrs and Water Coolers

but for over two months these bright, Mary Crawford who has been old familiar hymn, "Owl taw Ith You

bonny, happy fellows have been daily passing: the winter at the Indianola 'till we meet again" Wo trust ere long Lake Worth Ice Works

MOST PERFECT MADE. about the hotel, and not a disparaging house, ,'IIIlbl.1It'nefited by her stay, still we shall spend) another such pleasant ,

yore Cur Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret remark has been made of them. Truly, lingers: seemingly loath to leave the day. PALM IJEAClf FLA.
Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant there is a great difference In and it ,
m boys, balmy air of our beautiful slyer The Whist club held their usual meetIng -
YEARS THE STANDARD. Is mainly '
attributable
40
to their
training. Mrs. Gilbert, of Banyan her two sons at the residence of Mr. Ilankins" ,

The Stewart and Sharp boys became and daughter, are visiting Mrs. Schuyler, Monday nl :ht. Two prizes were offered,

friends Immediately on their meeting. at the Indianola house, and enjoyed a one for the lady getting the most tnaik, HIGH GRADE
Beach. and ever since they have been FERTILIZERS ;
Coronado Insepar
able. musical evening last Thursday, ending and one for the one getting the least.
They have felt
a common Inters with an Impromptu dance, with which The game was stopped at 11 10. The i
In the hotel
That' !rood old soul, Mrs. Austin, elf ponies, and many are all seemed pleased. score WAS as follows: :Miss Lilly Hell -- MANUFACTURED BY -- .

II York state, who has for so many expeditions will be "red they have engaged I I Captain Hildreth hall left for his and Mr. T. .1. O'lIl"1l'n, 18; Miss Alice
her home at Coronado letter" days In th Hell "n,111': \\. T. Ilorton
aters made northern home but his 17: and Miss
place Is pleasantly
& Sudlow
They will be ,
ory. welcor
this week. r Summer Hawkins Chapman
t foi UK north they return, by the Sharp Jod filled by Mr. Moss and family, who In,1Ir.: lleiham, 10. d 1
The booby fell to Mrs. Andrews.It .
prize
The straw ride, which was enjoyed by bless the ." will remain through the summer. A
boysPrinting was a very nice Noah's aik. Miss South Jacksonville Florida. ;
out a dozen young people on Tuesdayht welcome and desirable addition to our

was an exciting one. It was hard, of all kinds done at the society. Lilly Bell's pil/ewas a beautiful celluloid

:"ever, to find out who had really capped ADVOCATE office. Our little place has not figured very plush Psit'rbox.Cocoa. For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples. S

meanwhile the credit
the possum; largely among your Items the pant! winter ,
to "Jack," the hotel dog. and of the 1
given Banyan. we are just closing one .
--:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas.
)ne of the most welcome local visitors busiest seasons our little settlement has (:-

the Coronado Is the handsome and Mr. and Mrs. J'. L. Casper visited known. No artificial boom, but a steady, David Johnson Is quite Ill, at hU Dealers all kinds! of Haw M.itriiat\ such ai Snip. Potash, hili nit, (otton' ::1

'petit postmistress at New Smyrna, friends in Banyan last week. solid growth has marked our career, and home. Seed Meal, Nitrate of Sole, etc., etc. '
l Bone ground and stonmed in thin In throe different .
each factory giist h.'
IS Fin Gryan, who, by her courteous, Ragan Bros are clearing some of their succeeding year adds to the number Captain Bell was In Tltustllle on Tues for
::eSend Pamphlets and Prices. u
of visitors who seek and find health tl
ly-like bearing, makes many friends. rich hammock, for truck next winter.P. day last, mi business. .

more efficient person for the position A. McMillan made a small ship and. comfort here. The I.a.liesitl Society held a meeting

wild be hard to find. Mrs. (Dr.) Oberly and Miss Wagner, last week at the residence of Mrs. O. K.
,
ment of cucumbers last week to Chicago. I

,Miss me to Mary Coronado Mason from, of Cincinnati Melbourne, who ten Charles Magruder Is now shipping of Mrs.Columbus Reed the Ohio past, winter guests, of started)Ir. and for Wood.Kev. C. F. Blackburn Is in attendanceat Lots in West Palm Beach !I : ; 1 j

tomatoes. lIe has three acres, which',
the north
Saturday morning. Mr. Reed,
\'Cki still lingers on here. Miss -
ago fine. the District Conference, at Titusvllle, '
lIOn Is a jolly, happy young lady. are very after his long and painful \Illness, we ate tills week. Agent for the Lands i in Dade County of .> : ,,1 "
'e, thinks Coronado a good place toIck A good many sweet potatoes are being glad to see, is able to be out again. It

to, and the hotel people think she planted, and no doubt there will be a Is difficult for one so active to be \111 Bathing In the liver Is the order of tho Florida Coast Line. Canal & Transportation Co. tl '

large crop this season. gracefully.The day, now. The water Is warm, and
about perfect. Her health has greatly
Oleander Point Is a great place for theresort Boston & Florida Atlantic
Coast Land Co
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proved since she came here. Quite a good many changes: of residence "terrible freeze" which has made ;
of bathing parties.
Talk about fish stories I On Thursdayere lately. Robert Mathes has re our country look so desolate, does not I
Lake Worth Land
Trust. New River Land Trust
#
Rev. Ward of Palm Beach In
were millions in the river. They turned to Tropic, from Eau Gallic; C. seem to have materially Injured the was "

odd bite at for bait and Harper has left Tropic to reside at'' pineapples this Immediate neighbor- Cocoa Tuesday, a guest of Kev. E. F. :ZAaho Worth
rags were Properties.' I
fast as drew their Courtenay; C. L. Stewart moved to Ban'i hood. Mr. Bergman has not lost a plant. Blackburn, and conducted the prayer : i
awn a8 they
lip up meeting at the Methodist church. I.Hktint\\\ Agent for the Ivrrpool A l.mi.l.m ,fllnti Inmiriuiro Co.
and J. T. Nell has to his He has
es. The surf fishing, too, Is excellent. yan, gone plan evidently faith In the orange
I 'to large ones were left at the hotel- tation, at Bovine, for the summer. future, If we may judge from the care- Last Sunday night, at the Methodist Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach, Fla. : t I '

ful way he is Improving his church, Rev. Blackburn preached a most ----
I ,e by Mr. C. II. Pelton and one by Dr. Remember the ADVOCATE, Tltus grove. .
I ker, on the same day. rule, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus The newly Instituted gun club has excellent sermon. The singing was bridge! on the more frequently traveled e'

Among the recent arrivals at the hotel a share of your work.] good reason to feel proud of its maiden good, and the congregation/ was large. road Is totally unfit for use, and It The Largest and Most Com-

effort, as one of Its members, Mr. J. M. Every one who ran secure a piece of would take a search warrant to discover plete Establishment South. ; '
'e the Misses Barker,of Fairmount, Ill., the location of the new bridge, the
In M. T. Russell, of Toledo, 0., and Store To J.et. Field, was awarded the first prize at the ground; for vegetables has done so. Each county road at this point being no coin- 1

Ira McCreery, of New Smyrna. The May day pic-nic, and also the championship family sees the necessity of raiding a (II etely overgrown as t BRICK store to rent in the ADVOCATE of the river. The boat race, by- supply of vegetables for home use. finding, especially with vehicle.. According ,
titer the of of theo '
lady was owner one block. Fine location. Apply at the to the statement ,published In
handsome residences which faced ADVOCATE office, Titusville. the-by, at the aforesaid plc-nlo was a Fishing seems to be about the only the ADVOCATE: of May 3rd, the commissioner .

river, near the bridge, In that city, source of considerable bad feeling, as the live and paying business, these times. from this dintilot paid out #171.01)

which were burned last fall. Her entered boats could see no reason why, Our fishermen are the only ones who are for mail work, and H05 2/1 Daytona.Mr. after they were started and well their Into the speiiflod. We don't know just how
!me ha, however, been replaced by a on bringing any money community much of this was spent around
way, they should be ordered back by now. One of the four firms doing business money
ore beautiful structure than the one / Eau Uallie, but we do know that whatever f
,elost-one of the most Imposing ine Will Parsons, of DeLand, spent one of the judges simply because squall here, did a business of t>l,$<))0 last was spent was wasted, as far as results

place.A Tuesday In town. was coming up, and suggest that in the month. We understand parties, who show. The county commissionersare 9

future it might not be unwise to have want a law passed prohibiting fishing, requested to look Into this matter. ,
prominent citizen and a former The Palmetto house closed for the .
I judges not Interested in the performance were around with a petition to the legislature -
utmaster of New Smyrna, was recently summer last Saturday, the 4th of May. y'Lsa OF CAROUI, a Tonic loW- .aa.
I of the entered crafts, either as \ to secure this end, but did not
aid to say that "the INDIAN RIVER Mr. Abram Brower, Of Cincinnati, 0.,
builders or otherwise. get a signer among our business men. :
''
D\'OC'ATE was the best his '' John B Stetson University
weekly paper Is in Daytona looking after orange They would certainly not sign it, when R1'rv
Wished in the 'I'
> state. More copies oft
grove. Its object was to cut otf a source of ready
t were sold In Coronado than all others St. Lucie River.We DeLand riorldu.
Mrs. Lawrence Thompson and Miss I cash to the community. ,Manufacture of
together. Northern visitors like It,
Lilian Mr. Herbert
Thompson
are visiting Fur lath Sense. ('iillKif, Normal Hrhnol.Anuloinjr t
beD we find In its columns advertlse- : : of Doors Sash ]Hlinds
in Sacksonville. have had some very refreshing Art Hthnol mini Coniwrviitnrr ,
ants of the Eau Gallie. Mu.lc. Aoliilltutl Ponce de Leon, Alcazar,
Daytona Is by no means dull even with showers of late-just what the truckerawant. twenty tcarhrni Hxvun elegant| liulMlnen,
'dova, the Royal Poinciana, The Or- beateil::, t>jr team. llichteil: by *lr< tnrltjr.: lint
oDd so many winter visitors gone. Card The Eau Gallie school closed. last sod cull water l) tln. Thoroughly ciiiili| |> il Moulding and Building Material.
all
; of the Plant hotels and
System parties and picnics are being given every We regret to see Mrs. Young leave week. j: ::: ; : : Physical Culturrwithatllltary1)rillfcryoung i 1
anymore of the large hotels of the uu-n. library e.asst Office and Warerooms, Kin!:, Opposite
: week, and our young folks are having a here for the summer, although she expectl Mr. Geo. M. Robblns, of Tltusville, vnlumm. Kraillng room, with all ImnllnicVcrlcHllraU '
ate, it may be assumed that It is a and ilally sod weekly | Cannon Street, ,
pleasunt time. to return here next winter. visited our town last Monday.The .eil rhcinlral' anil plydcslIastt.rsturlsa. \ .
erlpal'er' up to the times. The mana- .
8iarat| liiiililliiK fur Mimlu anil
'enof such places know how to spend The Halifax liifles( left for the en- The Y. P. S. of C. E. must thank one house-boat Rochester, Captain Art tot'Stalls, with artists MUi>ll h" Ion In charge HM-OIK! term oni IkHrmlwra
(coney wisely and judiciously. campment in Tallahassee on Monday. of their members for cleaning the lamps, Bennett, left Wednesday morning for : in*. Htind for catalogue, Jlvlnl full Information i
The Daytona brass band escorted themto as clean lamps are much desired, and Titusville.Mr. toJOHN
musicale at the hotel always brings r. ronnta, J'relll'"nt.,' 1 (
Sash Cord
where several adds to the neatness of Weights and
station
the they played a place.A
crowd together, and a pleasant time Al. Ford has quit the fish business ,

tie+ to be in store for those who atlead inspiring selections, and were heartily great many people are sorry to learnof and gone to join the army-oh, at the Indian River Mattress and '
encored the
Mr. John Sharp Is getting to be11III1e1f by boys. the sad fate of the Indian River State capitol Hardware. ;

\ again, and the way he sings "the Miss Evelyn Mickleln, one of Day Steamboat Co. This company certainly Captain Kesbitt brought 200 crates of -t Brush Company 4"*

r j-ffle Alabama coon" Is Inimitable. tone's charming winter visitors, was did lots of good while here. beans up from the Narrows, on the Spartan Window and Fancy Glass
KanY'lcellent married last week, at the reek nce of .
I singers have been guests I Mr. and Mrs. Brand have left here for last Monday. TitiiHvillo, Florida.
lIthe Mr. W. W. Foltz, to Dr. Ross, of Chica A SPECIAI/TY.
hotel -
I and, although two of the their summer home, but they expect to Messrs. Carey and Treutler went to>> Our Mattresses are made from H-oz. it

j T bent> left this week, another good go. The happy pair immediately started be with us very early next fall. Mr. the county seat Monday, returning onTuesday's ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre, I
ban for the north, carrying with them the best and fared with superfine fibre made from
Dace >
I come. Of course, the Sharp Brand bought a very fine piece of land train. To Ho Olsen rtttay. 1
sally wishes and hearty congratulations of the cabbage palm. This fibre Is suds l
|*d the are always ready to contribute, this! community.A this winter from Dr. Haney, upon which Uncle Tom had the misfortune of losing by Green's patented process, which "Information for Honiesvekers the

, audience rarely misses an op.oituuity he expects to have a residence erected., : his good mare, Nancy Hanks, last makes It tough, curly and I elastic It East Coast of Florida;" partly Illustratedand
to hear Miss Nell or Miss Flo very sad accident occurred Sunday will not break up, mat down nor et full of useful Information. "The
""i 8:. "Ken Bolt" being still popular, afternoon. Mr. H. R. Dean, of Macon, Some of the pineapple growers are beginning week-a misguided colic taking her to dusty, like moss or excelsior. The fibre Land of the hky and Beyond," with t
* to fully realize the '..> t that all her everlasting rest will not draw dampness and get numty'
1Ja Flo frequently has special requests Ga., while bathing In the surf, was taken Illustrations. Free at the. Ai>voc.iTK
* that old, old revived. with and lost his life before any the pines that huemed dead some time Mr. Geo. Uleason, Mr. Langton and ex- nor mlldewJ. this being an advantage In office, Titusvllle, Khi. 4
song, newly cramps a warm climate-always remaining -
Mend to .
fe haven't "Little Blllee" or the one could reach him. The body was ago were not killed, and they are now Governor Gleason left Wednesday on the sweet anti clean. The work two-centstamp pay pOlltaae.What t

'Wrd" or the handsome "Taffy" to found six hours afterward at low tide, putting out rattoons and suckers. Even' launch Eau Gallie for a trip to Lake manship Is guaranteed first-claaa In id

IICore, but there are appreciative and was removed to his home for Inter some of the common ones are puttingout Worth and Blscayne Bay. every respect ( do you need In the way of job
very as as four or five to the mother Braided seams, double-stitthcd and printing f When want f
Bering here, nevertheless ment. many Miss Della Mitchell left last Saturdayfor well tuned top arid bottom. you any printing -
done the ADVOCATE share and
give a ,
A Wad, flat beach plant. This proves we were not so very Sea Breeze, Fla., where she will com IMMiM Mattress,weight MMha,Sit to 4, t, 14 onBlnicl keep the. on the East: Coast
blue blueJthe money
a sea a
, damaged after all; and the above out- plete her studies, to Mattrsu.'J.s. to I 1,2111l11aI.1
previous standing
sea and sky scarcely dilltln1Ilthed Indianola.Dr. | mad. to onlnr. where It will do you some good this
' look for our pineapples Is a matter for
an examination for school teacher. summer.]
apart as they blend together at All kinds of l* linott<> HriiMlicN

"borij.n. The day has been a moody congratulation. Rev Father O'Boyle, of Titusville, made to order. Call on or address,

*. threatening rain; but only one good Hill and family leave for the north came up from Fort Tierce on Monday'strain I. R. MATTRESS k BKCSII Co., I :

bower has this morning. They will\ be much and said mass Tuesday morning to Box 1U. Tltusvllte, Fla.TITl'HVILLi PINEAPPLE SLIPS.
fallen here. That which missed. Fort Pierce.Mrs. I ____n_ __ __n _uu...... I >trr;
lIIo"ed-a glorious rainbow_ called a small but devout congregation, at the 11

* b mud l, admiration half hour The numerous friends and wellwishersof le- Bartley residence. The good father has : WIMTIIKK UKPOUT. .
an ago for Jacksonville AND SUCKERS
Depew on
*J ww the air Is cool and a peaceful Mrs. Madison Thompson, of Merrltf, I a large territory to cover, and It Is only >----

*"lDI Pervades everything; even the are happy In having her once more Monday. I at long Intervals that his flock can have The following Is a comparative statement

brted, ''tlie waves come up somewhat among them. Miss Sadie Sanders left on a visit to the benefit of his ministrations.\ of temperature and rainfall for the FOR SALE I

* <>"ed.nd dance at the clubhouse Eden on Monday. week ending Wednesday, Max 8, '03:
subdued, as though na- The Friday evening Another family has left town. Mrs.
Us. Jutt attended usual and Capt. A. J. Lewis returned from a -1894.MAX..- -1803.MIST. .- Of the FollowInj _
at sunset waa preparing for was well M Bartley, who has resided the past yearor <

advent of the Sabbath -morrow rendered very enjoyable by Mrs. Hill business trip to Tltusville Tuesday.The so In the Asplnwall house, on Eau DATE MAX. MIX. Red Spanish '
2 7tt W 83 67 ,
T- What a blessing these Sab7 adding to the music at the close of the Re,. Mr. Jordan held services Gallic creek removed to Titusville last S 78 81 67Hr Porto Rico r

, are. even In a state of Innocence entertainment. here twice list Sunday la his church Wednesday, where she will\ take up her 4 81 60M HO )

tu aU was perfection. God set apart Mrs. Grether entertained a party of to Urge congregations. residence. The many friends of herself 5 79 tu 80 60 VARIETIES : Smooth Cayenne, .

*wy in seven as a day of rest Oliver friends at her house, Saturday evening There was a plc-nlo' for the Sunday and her charming daughters regret 7 0 84M 01 01 Ili 83) 71 72 Golden Queen,

**deU Uolmes call "th Sabbath the, That all enjoyed themselves was evidenced School children, held at the residence of their departure very much. 8 84 08 83 60 EnTille Cibj.
lee
of the whole world, whose light' by the early hour of their return Mr. Merriwether. It was a gathering The attention of the county commissioners Total rainfall for the week: 0.04 Inches. LE Order now taken. All first-

.1It "Hcom. alike Into the closet of home. of both young and old. At 13 o'clock Is caUed to the unsafe conditionof Dcpa/ture from normal rainfall for the

rod w lil.lIto.'"pher, |Into the garret of toll Mr. Gilbert has been quite III during dinner.. called, Mr. Jordan asking the the bridge (so-called) across Yarn urn's week normal: minus rainfall 0 87 Inches sine, January Departurefrom 1st; to class plants C., and C. MATTHAMS early dellnr.ply

* the prison cells, and everywhere his ,visit and his friends thus deprivedof blessing. The table groaned under Its branch, which consists merely of small minus 3.J: Inches,
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u the dignity of spiritual being." the pleasure of his society: and his load of good things. After Wooer: lee pines covered with gnu and dirt and J. E. LASOIETTE: Florida Pineapple Co., .

fiber bath of the many delightful lovely and highly to cultivated rolco. Un- cream was made by Mrs. Pefew and Mrs. also the bridge across Horse creek. The Observer. West Palm Beach Fla rI.






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FAMOUS-NICKNAMES. That Vlmtu s n.t. NEAR & TAYLOR

A "Excuse me" laid the seedy man, ,
Daniel O'Connell was called the laaeon! to .
Big Johll M a::, .
b
s idling up to the well dressed citizen, t
0, Great O, Irish Agitator and Liberator. "if I don't mistake you are going into Artesian Well ]
.
Contractor
the saloon to drink 4
-;, buy a or a cigar or
George IV was the First Gentlemanof something" I JOB EAU GALLIE.

Europe, from his ceremonious polite "I am going to buy myself a drink," FLA

THEY MET AND TALKED. ness. answered the citizen, with an accent on TITUSYILLE

Burns was the Ayrshire Plowman, the pronoun. BAKER
So Did the Other PurtU Whom Thj from his place of residence and bit TO- "Oh, I didn't want to brace yon for
DlMBMML C. F. FISCHER .
cation. no ball What I want yon to do U to PrOPrlet

It was at a little dance. Sbe was git- Mlrabean was the Demosthenes of take this here nickel and ask me to havea Cakes Pies &
ting just onteide the conservatory door, and the beer with yon." Confectionery a Speck<< :
France Hurricane from his elo
and she started M he greeted her. "I-I don't quite catch on." All orders ia our line
"Why, Ned, U It you? I didn't hearycacome quence. 4o prempth
"I'll
tel11ou. If I in and drink
go attended
up. I've been baring inch fan Pietro Aretino was the Voltaire of PRIN to
with a fine well fixed man, like yourself
flirtv his century because of his satirical
watching the most pronounced
I kin afterward stand there and FORWINES
lion!I" abilities. stow away all the hunch I want to. If I
'Indeed? But I haven't had an op. James Boswell was nicknamed the -
go in lookln as I do, with my little old and
portunity yet to congratulate yon on Dear Leader, from hi* association with one nickel I'd get tbrowed out before I SPIRIT

,engagement to Jack Bittersweet""And Johnson. had a chance to take more than four or TING

yours to Miss Marigold was Pericles was dubbed Onion Dead by 'five forkfuls of the beans and a sand ## nEE 11 S
Is she here **
announced the other day? ,
bis personal enemies on account of the wich or two." Tired Weak Nervous

tonight. I peculiar shape of his skull The deal was made. Cincinnati CIGARS ET !
'Ye but.lbewon't let me stay with Tribune. <
her much; says it baa such a premature I Alphonso II of Portugal, a really able Could Not Sleep. OF THE FINEST QV AL1TI,
king, was nicknamed the Fat on account -
"
Darby and Joan look. "Throng-h thick: and Thin.
oo TO
"That'i Just what Jack says. He I of his prodigious size Prof. L. D. Edwards, of Preston

won't make me conspicuous by his at. Ronsard was the Poet of the Future Idaho, says: "I was all run down, -f OF ALL KINDS 4- Lesley & Kcnaki{

tentioni in public lie never look at i from the fact that he appealed to pos weak, nervous and Irritable through
overwork I suffered from brain fatIgue Families Supplied
'another girl, though." terity in behalf of his verses.

"And Ethel does not flirt at all William Pitt, earl of Chatham, was mental depression and etc.that I became I rr Our dllnA'8 and Land
weak
though she ii BO beautiful""Yes. called JEolns Pitt, from a Jest made could so not sleep I would nervous arise tired, Will be Ready by Oct. I. Situated,

Oh, I'm having great font I IDon't about him by Lord Chesterfield. discouraged andblue. began taking Neatly side K. W.Washington and ave.ADVOCAT. between 4.. 7
depot lock
.R'
look, but there is a couple par.tially Swift was the Rabelais of Good Society ,
screened by that palm. I can only because of the character of his Dr.iles' Nervineand

see the back of her head and one of his writings, then considered refined. now everything Is changed. I HODGES & GODFRE
shoulders. What a flirtation they are
I feel active
Thomas Jefferson was dabbed Long sleep soundly, bright,
having!1""how and ambitious. I can do more in one
absurd I It is such bad form to Tom, from his height, and the Sage of day now than I used to do in a week. CheaplyAND Manufacturer-
flirt in Montioello, from his place of residence. -Lifo. 1 Dr. Miles'Restorative
public too. }'or this great good give

"Awfully! Do tell me what Miss Shakespeare is called Bard of Avon, A Satisfactory A n.wer Wanted.A Nervine the sole credit. Yellow Pine In*

Marigold is wearing tonight She has in allusion to the stream that flows by member of congress well known for Cures."

such exquisite taste in fires" Stratford. lie has also been called the his knowledge on all financial questions, It ROUGH DBE...>:"

"I-why, really don't know- ome Divine, English Terence, Fancy's Child, and also his knowledge of that knowledge .Pa Miles' Nervine Is sold leO'.ltt: pmiltlT* -
Heir of Fame the Matchless Swan of ranu-e that the Unit t'neSL Orange Boa Heads,
,
kind of drew ,
a-a light evening Ail
you i was sitting in his hotel recently OruzKlsUiell It at tl.t bottle for IS, or
know. The sleeves are large, I know, Avon, Upstart Crow and score of other when he was approached by one of those U will Iw sent, prrpnld, on receipt of priceby Fruit & rgrtiihlc Cut
for she told me to bo careful not crush I nicknames. reputable appearing men one sees about the Dr, Mile* Medical Co., Elkbsrt, Ind. Lumber delivered at any part .1 ,,flat I

'em. I Samuel Adams was dubbed the Amer. the capital of the nation, whose true on log through building:: bill on of the tailing.Fast Coast Anjimi, i"nmrn'V e,

"Really, Ned, you will rival Worth lean Cato because of his vigor of speech character doesn't always show in their ExpeditiouslyExecuted write for price.. The htwnillllt .Ifmtwt., ,
of those J.,T.& K. W. Ry.,II miles south Islet
one days! in debate. He was called the Cromwell attire or manner.
miles lacks
"'Yea, and she's wearing La Franco of New England, the Father of America \Excuse me," said the intruder, "but Iceland, f.0,000 square only Satsuma Hights, IMittianico.,1

rones. I never thought sending them, the Loot of the Puritans and the are you not Mr. Blank?" 1,000 of being as largo as Kentucky.

yon know, but she happened to say, Man of the Re"olutlon.-St. Louis "I am," replied the member affably, India has 1,800,000 square miles, or

never thinking, of course, that she Globo-Democrat. but with dignity commensurate with his nearly two-tlihds the size of the United J. M. SANDERS

hoped I wouldn't send her red ones, asher exalted pocitlon. StUcn.: ,

gown needed pink ones. Lucky, STAGE GLINTS. "I believe you are thoroughly postedon
wasn't IU""Very. all financial questions?" Catarrh Cannot bo Cured Dealer in -

Don't look-a man can never Nordica has boon singing Elsa in "Lo- "My friends and the press, I believe,

see anything without looking directlyat lengrin" in Berlin with much success. bave accorded so much to me, smiled DRY GOODS NOTION
With local applications, as they can
It-but the man behind the palm is Jones the the TIIE-
Frank recently Fanny statesman. not reach the Heat of the disease.) Ca- -AT ,
kissing her bond, and, oh, what a blazeof I Rice company, has returned to his old "You have given the subject a vast tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, AND
Jewels it is!I" I part in "Yon Yonson." amount of study, have you not?" and In order to cure it you must take

"What a Joke I They think they are I Mrs. LanRtry's tour in this country "More than to anything else. Internal remedies Hall's) Catarrh Cure Choice Groceries
uno\>>!ervNL Ethel's only fault is her does not appear to have aroused the enthusiasm "And no doubt feel quite capable of Is taken internally, and acts directly on --{ -}- ,
fondness for diamond rings. It costs a giving a perfectly satisfactory answer to the hlood and mucous snrfacccs. hall'sCatarrh ))
that was expootecLI
fellow a lot of money. I any question that might be asked?" Cure is not a quack medicine. Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilize
Barrens U said to be the best
Mary It was prescribed by one of the best ,
"I Now Jack
suppose so. says my The member at once jumped to the
Mercedes who has yet appeared: in In this for and ADVOCATEPrinting
physicians country years
hand is too well shaped to be loaded conclusion that he was being interviewed
"Monte Christo" in Boston. Is a regular prescription. It is composedof FINE PATENT FLOUR.
with Loverliko isn't it? i :
jewels. and got himself ready to give an the beat tonics known, combined withthe
"Very. There is your Aunt Jennie. Rose Coghlan's piece de resistance for answer that would be a feature in print"I best blood purifiers, acting directlyon Oooort JTMox'iciCOMPOUND :
She seems to be looking for some one. the rest of the season will be Mrs. Rom think I could, if any man could," the mucous surfaces. The perfect
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"For In O. She has boon for half an naldo Paohvcho's "To Nemesia"Galveston's he replied, with pride. combination of the two ingredients; Is

hour. She brought me tonight I suppose new theater will be opened "Well, I have a question on finance what produces such wonderful resultsin OXYGE
she is slm'py. I've had such fun about New Year's. Paulino Hall will that I should be greatly pleased if you curing catarrh Send for testimonials

watching that pair that I've hidden probably be the inaugural attraction. would answer to my entire satisfaction." free.
from her. Their\ heads close is F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Tol- !
are very Tamagno's pyrotechnic voice has not "Very good. What it? II 4 tilt tel
edo O.
Restores strength, quiets
now "Will lend me f 1 for a day or
served to displace Jean de Reszke in you Sold druggists, price 73c. disease.
by and
"What a pair of idiotsl' Just engaged, two? I'm broke. expels .
the favor of New York'lovers of grand I Proof, the most convincing i 18 w
no doubt' opera. "By George," said the member when free to all who suffer. Call and see
"Wry likely. But Jack and I would When Boorbchm Treo comes to this 10 told the story, "he could have caughtme Costa Rica and West Virginia are or write for further Information I
not make such an exhibition for for $5 just as ea"ylf he had come at about the same size, 24,1)00) square miles..IeELREE' of 200 sent free.
country, Mrs. Tree, and not Mrs. Pat- pages
worlds. me for so much. "-Detroit Free Press. .. Office. Home or office treatment I "is
rick Campbell, will be his leading for Weak. Ncr.... .4
"Nur Ethel and I. She would be horrified. WINE OF C*RDUI tlon
woman. Hubby's New CI...... free.Drs.
& Palen,
"Why. Aunt Jennie, I. that you? I Garland Gaden' play, "The Young She got out of her carriage and walked The Orange Free State has 41,000 Starkey .

was just coming to the cardroom to look American," will! take the road about into the cigar store, at the same time square miles: and is exactly the size of 1329 Arch Street, rhiladflpli"
for you. Christmas, the season opening at Sterling unfastening her sealskin coat
Ohio.If .
"I thought you would want to go Ills.Walker "I want a box of cigars for my husband <

home, my poor child, so"- Whlteside recently deliveredan please. Let me see all kinds." you are weak and worn out or have JACKSONVILLE STEAM D

"Oh, I was in no hurry, Aunt Jen address on Shakespearean plays boo "Now, here are some Key West goodswe that tired feeling Hood's Sarsaparilla Is
nie. I've hiid great fun watching" Fore the Indiana state normal school at can sell for >f 8, and here are domestics just the medicine to restore your strength WORKS

"I'm glad to hear it It shows your Terre Haute. from that down to $2./f10," said the and give you a good appetite. Hood's

good sense. Many a girl in your place "Jacinta," the new comic opera in i obliging clerk. makes pure blood. Do not The above establishment i Is under

would be wild with jealousy after the which Louise Beandet is starring, is She looked at them carefully. management. We positively Iuar! :<

way Jack has been flirting all evening said to be a very meritorious work, es "You may wrap np that box at For a dinner and general family cathartic our work equal to that of an> tort
behind that palm with that horrid pecially with reference to the music. fU.60," said she, with dignity. "I like we confidently recommend Hood's city.
Ethel the shade better. It will about match Tills. Send *
Marigold! If you are quite ready Yntte Guilbert, the well known Parisian yourPRINTING

now She, we will go and get our wraps." music hall singer, may come to his Sentinel smoking jacket Indianapolis There are five states of the German Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.

was ready.-Chicago Tribune America in January. Edmund Gerson, empire each smaller than Rhode LiUnd. Ladies Goods Cleaned or I

A the transoceanic theatrical agent, has Will Appear In Ills Hook.
Lucky Nam..r.Tbore made a contract with her to appear in "One of the American characteristics! Hawaii has 6,000 square miles, the away, Dying Silks and Cleaning good 01'

was to be a foot race at the New York for a few week that have impressed me most forcibly, combined size of Connecticut and Dela most delicate texture a !bpecUlt>
Blackburg fair, and Sambo, who was to for price list.
be one of the contestants, felt that he you know," sold the Englishman who' ware.
must have a pair of running shoes. So A fireproof IaloUThe had just landed, "is the sordid, mercenary The Persian empire, In its palmiest But keep the MAIXIIARD BROS Pro;
Interior of buildings might be
went he began into to store.look around and finally made much less inflammable by coatingthe everything.view your It shows people even seem in to your take na of days comprised about 1,700,000 squaremiles. No. 13 Xewnan St, Jacksonville

a .
"Has rnnnin shoes here woodwork with fireproof paint F. tional hymns. Only an American, yon

boss?" he you atikod.got any El.London George makes regarding these statement this subject in a: know, could ever have written: |fcp BLACK-DRAUGHT ,..cu,.t ComtipoUon. Money on the W H, GLEASON & CO,

of paper 1x4 Independence b. four boast
"Plenty them. What number?
"I find that painting woodwork of any Ever mindful what It_.. tA
;
And the clerk threw out a lot on the Weak Nervous ATTORNEYS IN LAND
solution of Tired ,
counter. kind with several coats of "Still," pursued the visitor, willing East Coast
silicate of soda and finishing with a
"I
"This WM to Samba for the to make every possible allowance T 1 1AMINED >
a poser GRA"
shoes he had been had boon mixture of this solution and sufficient expect to find your country quite Inter. Means impure blood and overwork, or TITLES TO SPANISH
wearing common whiting to make it about as esting. "Chicago Tribune. too much strain on brain and body. AND PERFE" i I'M:
secondhand" *, without number. thick as ordinary paint is an excellent The only way to cure is to feed the By giving theADVOCATE
'DtMxl, boss,." he replied as he rub- blood. Thousands of
protection against fire. Wood treatedIn An Amended 5p.lUng."Look nerves on pure >T>
bed his woolly head and grinned, "I this way will not take fire from here. This isn't right," said a people certify that the best blood purifier I ABSTRACTS FURNISHED A
duuua But I'M gwlnler run In dls the best nerve tonic and strength SURVEYS OBTAINED
it !
mere contact with flame- require teacher in the high school-now, was it
builder is Hood's Sarsaparilla. What it
yer foot race at de fai', an es I wants
ter win I spec' you better gimme nntn- to be heated till destructive distillation the high school or the academytheother has done for others It will also do for Defective Homestead and Pr-Em;

Lab fo' lebben fawty-fo. "-Detroit begins. Then of course gas are given day. "How do yon suppose you you-Hood's Cures.Nervousness I Entries Corrected and Perfected
Free Press. out which ignite and the Wood is have spelled income?" loss of sleep, loss of I Claims adjusted before tht V*'

gradually converted into charcoal, but Student-I don't bow.Ttol&cberInoum. appetite and all disap A share of meat at Washington.
Two till destructive distillation take placethe pear when Hood's Sarsaparilla is taken Correspondence solicited.

Only coated wood will not support com Student-That's funny; don't see howI persistently, and strong nerves, sweet
The boat bad pullud away from shore bustion. A few years I since I had some left off that "b. "Albany Journal sleep, strong body, sharp appetite, and EAU CALL1E, FLA.
some 15 or 18 feet when Ole Oleeon I made like ordinary doors, someprepared In a word, health and happiness follow
reached the bank in screens the of HCMM'S| rllAplrllla. Your Job Work and I.el
gnat anxiety tu get as I have described and some Ifad Attended t. It. use : Pineapple, Orange
aboard. His friend The point ahout Hood's Sarsa-
Nell Nelson stood strong
on the deck and waved his arms frantic, I not They were then placed over a fire Father(to small son with a black eye) parOLe is that they are permanent, because Land For Sale Cheap
of shavings whioh was kept constantly What's the matter, Dick? they start from the solid foundation .
ally howling in the meantime, "Ynmp renewed. In ten minutes the unprepared Small Bon-Johnny Higgins hit me of puiirled I. vitalized and enriched I have for sale 80 acres of i>"'*<',
Ole yump aye thank can mak' set Ina land few iv
ye screens were biasing away and so nearby this afternoon. blood. H-- on St. Lucle river, a

couple of 11Impel"-Cla1 Center consumed that they bad to be supported Father-Well, he's a boy of your size low Eden, 40 of which being 0)1 u.rt.r'

(Kan. ) Times. I' by an iron bar. The flame con- I hope you bit him back. The Marquesas Islands are about the quarter 18, township of northeast 3d, south quarter of rang "

A skirt of plain satin, with a waist tinned to lick the prepared screens for Small Son-Oh. I bit him yesterday.New area of M Louis county, KO miles. L'" .A.1.J. Job "Vork the other 40 is the northeast :
80 minute before the distillation com York Sun. of southeast of *e<- "
made of velvet and embroidery, has elbow Guatemala and Louisiana have nearlythe quarter
the coated ,0"
minute
menced. After 45 41
township S8, south of range(
sleeves which are merely a succession screens were still intact and able to A Berlons Der..t.F'ather.tolleI same area, 48,000) square miles. nr"t:1s"t:1oallygo"t"tonup.: : The above land can be bought .

of very full and not very wide support themselves. They held together don't exactly like thatscreen Great Brltal has mOU)square miles, per acre. It I Is suitable for c'" 3

puffs for an hour, although pierced in many you put in my fireplace being a little larger than Arlxoaa. orange, Wntoi or lime growing ,
Some of the prettiest evening bodices place with hole, and when the fire Mrs. SlImdlt't(tbelandlad1)--What's Islands Will be sold In lots \>f 40. *I'
Verde have
are made of lace or chiffon over a fitted was removed they did not continue to the matter with it? The Cape a combined S.ratis: :=a.otionQ'LlArA21to0cl. cash. This land will soon be.
lining of satin or silk. The lace Is almost area about equal to that of Rhode per acre.
burn. This was a splendid success, andI Featberstoue- It ought to have a '
covered with ribbon that is drawn still have the remains of the screen magnifying glass in the center.-New Island. Apply to C. II. Walton Ai > 1

over and around it In all directions. The experiment were made at my suggestion York World. New Zealand has 104,000 square miles, .. office vlllo ; or to Robbins A Grahan

Side plaited ruffles of point d'esprit for the manager of the. Liverpool or about the area of Missouri and In

falling over the shoulders and headedby Philharmonic society, and the An evening waist, with velvet yoke diana. Sond us your Walton's Calkiag Mtt.00 '"
folds of soft silk, make a pretty woodwork of their splendid hall at Liverpool and chiffon body to accordion plaits, Rapid each.I'I
.OO
miles ordors. 10.00, and .1
waist garniture. The front U in a surplice was treated in this manner." has sleeves of brocade with cuffs of em Greece has 23,000 square being by of th principal boat, ,
many *
suggestion and bows and loop of broidery. almost exactly twice the size of Mary In the Not th. bee pamphlets I

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UR facts I nOTEL '. i STAGE GLINTS.

Palmer Collins has been engaged for The Tropical Trunk Line.

HOTEL MELBOURNE COWWDO HOTEL Kate Cl as ton'. company

Sarah Dernhardt Trill produce "Ols-

u.I monda" in London on May 17 at Daly's Jacksonville & West
MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA.Open theater! J Tampa Key Railway.

all the year round Good Fl h- Daring his Denver season of Its performances JOSEPH II. DUHKI2K llocoivur.

Prie MAKING A GREAT FAIR. 12 LnA'A.50 and Hunting and Yachting. Rates, I c.11 tie Harry Corson Clarke appear ,
upwards r 1155 'OA ed in 45 distinct roles. INDIAN RIVER STEVMIKMT CO. JUHTEU AND LAKE" ttOKTII R'YNltPTlt
S E( r.T"" *l Ear-ltI- WWeh Will n.Hel" Proprietress MR I. M OARD
I. r.**. I. *>. tvitiir, Louis James is to star next season in
Special s nt Cor >n do:-Moil -- -- ---- -- ---
rPtil commissioner general the Uni- crate rates, solid tVmfoit, no ostentation a new play under the management of N... -... :o....-1.:2, I Tlm. T.bl..ln I.U..t AI''', 18, "9,1. iliaH 7 lr.I
&
exposition that is to be held in HOTEL CARLETON good tUhlnK, good l cooking, U rite Wagenhals Kemper. :':---I N''i, I''.shLr.: .. .. ..I"C'kIlOS"1 .:.. .. ....M -calm Napml-j : --;-:-:
close of the nineteenth cen- for term. Dettina Gerard Ii now singing in .. .. .11.11) ..Itrecne.Nprlnel."' .. .. 1III.hI: .... ..
u it the of the "The Twentieth Century: Girl" the part .. all.: 1I0l'1' '' 111".1' .. ., ... .1..1.'... .. .. ... .. 11:11I.: ,, 411II1.1. r arlll
of the presidents connj .... .
Nita '
,
i It one Jacksonville ilnntlat..n 15aam em'
of France. At this early Florida. originated by Helen Dauvray 7155. n a :11910. :. (:'rr.ernt'Ilvdnnetlon: ':: : ,: .3 1: :ll.I. : :
$t state different officers of .. .... 11.10. 1251a 1229.: .. .. . . ..1'1"1\1.\ .... .. .. .. .. "' '" 24.5pmI MalpB '
otL although the palmetto House W. IL Rudolph, manager of "The "' .. ... 91aa IA 1ItI. 11:11I. .. ... ..I..1..n. Sir1ge.., .... "' 2eaI'a .ii 14aii,
RuTH ..iposition have not yet been apledI Omiosito Po tofTico.; # Kid" company, and Mabel Kettleman .... 1n45a Ir.a: 1915a . . .11..r"r" . .. .4 811. I45pm'101eap''

nor any bureau of information Ll ...... of Detroit were married recently urn's 94.5. ... ? : : tI. ?.I..I..n.I. . .I Ir.:.2: : : : : .::'I': L la.pm t.n:' 111eatd'sis
amount of work baa .. It tea 241a .. .. '
a vast la would Istop''A' 'nr"I'' .1.1' <' "'
.Dished accomplished the general Under New Management DAYTONA, ri.OHIDA. Wankon be an nnsympathftlo .. ... .. .. 4IAa :I :III' . SSrlando. . ... .. 11II lit 1 II5m Isa'pntI10am1: III .... ..
tAt been but appropriate town for the 4Mta a9Tp..a hissln.nuM . ... II lb as.w ....
T boon prepared, the Bite has + + COMFORTABLE and HOME-LIKE.I of : : : : .. .. .... eta. 6MeAr I: : :: Ilartw .. iv'Mlatpm': 5ipn: : :: :': 9M1aa.: ...
':ine has 650 architects stranding a traveling oompany.Cisey .. .. .... .... .... II Ia1. '. .. .. lI"r.11:111. .\. ... ,. ., : ". : .. .... ::. ..
jcbosen. and for the disc Open all the Year. ----..... Situated on the Nest hank of the Fitzgerald says she will stay .. .... .... : stoAr 1'1'.. ... 1.I'i'1"'I' ,' 111.1.11I' . .....
cork preparing plans night and day Halifax litter In a beautiful grove of permanently in America. She will ap : :: : .M. I50Ar 4na1.Ar; .. :..+I i' irfL..J:11I0: : pITa's. .. I Tins :!: : :: :::'
struggling
.lk building! Coolest and most pleasantly located I iialmetto trees: one nllalt : the: At pear in a burlesque part in "The Foundling ;\\"n. am him Ya1pm: .r. ... .. l'nt&T"'I'' .:. Ar 1II'1'1II1'hll".II--- TFn;
( the "arions premiums, amounting hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly hntic and within I dUtinceof ItKate 1n,4Iri. e911pn1 A' . her \I I'., ., 1.1' In set pIn The I. sodstI .
ill to fl 0.000, which government refitted and elegantly fuintshed the churches and places of nimisementV ard I. and !IA,.... II_OIl a lit A' 1I..nA 1.1' 12011: I' hi 1trd_ I. and' Nat. _
consented to distribute among the Elevator. All modern Improvements good livery stable U attached to the Claxton has dropped "LadyReckless" =;'':1."". LrJArkMn,111e: : -Af NINi1" .1...EJii; ."", ".AI' "Ir,. ..1INiMn,111NA:, r-I"'P::
earl inccessfnl competitors In 1889 RATFSs:-M: .50 to $150 per day. house from whlcl guests can miler from her repertory for the 12105 Ar lntrrprlae l.rl x155 1 112Nql.a: \ ,, Paltitka "r''' 4at.l: : "r.t'II .,....\r''' Pees
ted sI. ''1100"* architects entered the lists. Special by the week, and to Commercial teams at n moment notice. present"and returned to "The Two Or- a 22pAr step::\ I Seer';:I. i.51'I.v: 71.t. 92Np..r; !1et..lra::::I: unarmI INtenln Iv, 2s.: I I 125I'tvlrann-IILvi I2a.lr1st.IIrI.l.rl; I : I :: : =:
I. competition has Just begun, and Men. Mtesf.O: to f.! |per day fUto$15 phans. 4s 1., A' Tilnwttle t.vlt71ei 2 MIIAI' Ieatone' I.I'I"'I 'I' I I :" .\ "\."$"',}fIol"i' i1Mast11.tlajaeka.ntii.Ar
k The will have four months at Only hotel that the electric cars piss per week M HOAU Aubrey Boncicanlt of the Camllle \ eat al.41i.la-ksnmllcAr I -alatp. -Nllal.vJs.IsniU' rAr t512apl.r

TE ir architects disposal to draw up plans of their to and from depot. D'Arville Opera company will have his 19e.I.e Mnnrne Wlntnnl: Arllnta Ar 10401: 'SO it 4 LtI.s a.lrliawhrn.l I lnlstks Ar r 241Wt 41tp titnp'I.v::'IAr i N.nfnt ItSN I I t.: 555a

the buildings the gardens CRAPO & LeVENE, new oomio opera! "Electro! producedin 23'I'\r; O"kl.1 i.r 91aga 1 :I.\'l'lj..II.\II..I.I'' 1"1' 2/11'I'IAr/ Mt Ices I.' eB455th.
REI1 E 18 how HOTEL x COQUINA London this / Ar < ""'hl'4l.I"d4.'I& I eT; '1.Ir 1N'ala' '' I.e 124:1' a it Ar TarenM Lr L 19NN.
I the general! .ornamentation of .the Proprietors summer S.21q.+ArTs Sins. .01..n 11M.1'. I..hllrjt. 11"11' ac 104.1' Ar EIdnralo 1.,1 1B
liosition. should DO.rney are ai IID- Clara Morris, who has not boon seen I0,51,1Armt.l'r/rraNI. t seg.Arllnak.rlll. I.r'5415 11010Ar' law.burg_ slala

,to pall down any or all of the exist. In public this season, will begin a star 1.lIy.. lastly U r<>|"{ Nundar. ,
I. buildings, even to demolish theM ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. ring tour early in September at the
4 ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA Tralm :I:1.ntl1a" ttirmiRh nlliunn IliilTrt Hhpiliiiran| | l Is9sren. Nrwork' mud Tanpa I
n 1 tower which is over 1,000 feet Fourteenth Street theater, New York. Train 1.'I.n.1' :3J-Thn.ugh I'nlliiian Monet 1I1."ln: rare 1..I..III.II..IIIII"II.n,1 TA"'I')

;b, if they consider It necessary for Jacques Kruger hits signed with Rich M II ('IPFIN R II. ( .Mil.Kliorclvir ::, n HfHHiI \ .
,,embellishment of their plans and as COLUMBIA HOTEL FLORIDA. & Harris for next: season to play a part Ilton. Rapt| : J:. T, k \\ Ujr 1ml L hirer 1111>1. <'o (.rnrrul u-.wnj.fr, Aaeht''

[consequence for the general beauty of specially written for him in John J.MoNaUr' .

a fair." says Commissioner General Centrally Located St. new play, "The Widow
('ratnl on George
Picard, "so that, notwithstanding OPEN DEC. 1 1st, Jones. Jacksonville

IteAttkt, ;that has been said to the contrary Street. ,

I, a the day it was decided upon to Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Talk, DO YOU SUPPOSE- '

{Id the exposition on the same site asS and a full view of the Ocean and SURF BATHING AND DRIYING Are That this world was made for your St. Augustine
last the fairs of 1889 and 1900 rolling breakers from the piazzas
'n.,ISI II 1 be entirely different from an archiitnral Specialties at Ormond special benefit
[ point of view. Finally we do That your baby boy {Is really the & Indian River
abide the best and Ey For Circulars, address, brightest child ever born?
t Intend to by plan W M TEAHEN Proprietor I
SI SIizf gement sent in. That one will ob That you would be really happy if

1II the highest premium, but we SEISER & PINING, Managers, you had everything yon want .G Railway.Tin .

LdgM will study all the plans, and we of Gas, Electric Dells and perfect system That an education of mind and heart ,f ,. TI'.I.. In t.rfret April 7inl, IWCl.
Military Sewerage. ORMOND- THE SEA.
fterre to ourselves the right to take any makes a woman any loss the good housekeeper .- -- --- --.
N1 N1IS i of any plan, so that the final ar.gement ? All Rail Line to Lake Worth via. St. AUgustlno, Ormond and
) adopted will be no more nora
That men really believe one-half of Rockledge. -
N1I
| than the essence of the highest ex- O II VOSS. the "smart" things they write about -- ---=
I ssionof French modern architectural women? South Bound North found

i'mina JNDJAN :RIVER: HOT:: =.. That two mothers will ever have \-s; ,,. \:sn'i-
We do not intend to start the work any xl.: 37 roan vn,32! 1$. ne
t the exposition until 8 the same ideas about the bringing up .rIurkeomFle-. -.:-:- p fl. I-:1fI1' --- ----::-:. Iv w 1'1I1", I".i. :-: -a1u.Ar$0.AuOItte .l :: :: 1--; :::"
building
){ /
of children? I inlaa INp .... .. Irltletrra.' .. .. SlaamI. / ..
m before the opening day. We will Nt. An0thte Intl . I.e IV. JII Cset an I.
1 TITUSVILLE That it really is so much harder to'' 1:: Ihutlnaa.:: I IO:: N : Iv: II.:;,Sr tenmd.: :. N a3 : ,a : : : :' : .:
during begin-
e occupied % years the than the disa- 1.1' s:, .i Palatka..._ 1I1 a . 1.1' Alarms.'' .. .. .. .. 1 U a a,.. .. I 1.. ,,.
jig In 1896, examining the plans and =- 3. a7si say pleasant thing Arlelalk.. .:--:1.-3II.-: : --- 1..l'IlU..r'. ...... ., M I. emLr19inksm ... ...
= c,2- Indian Riyor.Tla. ? . ., .. ...
rejects and drawing our final plans greoable one O. ,, .. I..n. T67. .1. .
up 4.
_. ...'
: :: .
designs of all the gardens and build- ; That we can give money to the Lord ArNnnMwtso.; ; :. : 12 31p;" -- --::: : 1ld.n.I.vF"rtI'trn'e: :::: ;; : :::: a1w.910a: w., 01';' : : ::::
We have not at acceptably while our legal debts re t., Win list.. .. 9 N1 a __ 1.I'lIt 1.11<'1... . 11'1. i, V 1..1.i . .
our disposal anUDoet
Artlnnnnd .,.. .. 1235 i' .... .. .. I.y llrlla.urne. .., 1114Xel55pi .. ., ., .
unlimited stretch.of land, as was o II. voss main unpaid 1.I'Ot".I. ... .. .. Iemar.. ,' 'IOlaaa, 1I .....
:1E ie case in Chicago. Now that it is de- i_ That the man will know i., ISr.imd"June.. . . .... .. . ... I 1.1' p:"", Clalll.. .... ICI liT a m II :. .. .. ..
E dad to hold the fair in the interior of MAAOEU.: what to do with average himself when the mil I.:: I'a1'tt.: :. :,.. .e: :: 1240: :p: .. :::: :: :: :: Lv Ivse's: kX kirdge.. ::::: :::: :.II39aat: II9ta a m :;:'I'j.::.: :: ::::

Psris, and in central locality I.I'I..II""r":. .. 12111' N4aa .. I.vStylnlt' .... IIM1al: Nlsp' ...
so a as lennium ?
comes I.I'o..k. 11111. .. ... 1/1111' 1:11': a . I.I'Tltu..tII".. .. . .. .. 12011'I"' ....
the Champ de Mars, must do all in in$3r$ Open All The Year. That a taste for neatness, tidiness 1.I"'ltll..lIl" ., 9251: 11.10.. IrnahIllll. . .... ..1241I'u1IIHp., .. ....
el TIT power not to interfere with the I.I'\I'I..ln& ... aisp In155a I.r\rwt IIIII\'r"".. .. . IISp.,11111I'1'' .. .
ui i i Taw. and general snugness lessens one's taste in ('IMnY 11N1 ir 1Urt l annkro. .. .. : m
oonnoas traffio of the city, nor-and 1 for things intellectual? I.e: ihs kied 1 'e: : : : a n p: :11135: : i:v I'aatl.n.: .: :: 1 : :p: eI : j::. : '
0Y Mi latter item is almost as importantwith N F a Only a few minutes' 1.1' Kan:" sdal le. al'J I' m"I ''I' . Ar'nnul ... . lilT 1'11I .. .
0t That the world would be as wickedas 1.1' .Wrnn. 1I1 1919 I' .. .. 1.1' Ot"'II'' ... .
'fI the habits and customs of .theVisions r walk from Hallway stations I.. h.II"Hll'ne. .. .. 3113 12 :1.. .. 1.1' I'tlll..II.1 Jlln,'.. ,. '". .. .
I' '"
I The blockading of any imitant Nom"t' t a 'mow and Steamboat land. it is if f atan was as indolent in doing I.r Nt 1.nrI., .. .. .. a :s.5 42/11'/ Ar .:..& lhla1.. ....... .... 326Jn, .. I.
thoroughfaro would be t Ings.ji evil as many Christians are in doing I.. Furt I.t"ree.. 11:11\: 1'1 440, I' MII..n. Slstw, = 1'----:: : :",
s a very . ., .., -'j'l1iii ,

pert dons to affair contend, and with we have many in difficulties this re- "' = t 6 0'-..> far On famed the Indian banks River.of the That good the? time will ever come when I i..g l f.. ;.. ,..,, ,.,, ,.: Hi . ..;..: :::: tr; I ;....:.:.'.. .... l-... ..lJMip, ';:: "::':I It- i

hat were unknown in Chicago. ao editor does not receive every day on 1.1' 1I11''II' <,"n... .. M < .... . ml..U". "... .... .... .. a41 1'11I !..
As t mi rt: NSw :M.A.NAGEMENT.: : : an average three important letters re 1.1' W. .'....It.r... WII'I .... . Ar met. AIIIIII.Un. .../ 41111'11I. .. ... .
to the amount of space covered I., Itlvl..r. .. .. .. .., . IvNt.Annu.tlne. Ila.4Lotpm' .1. .
by r the Universal exposition, it will be ----- ----- ----- -- -- quiring an answer, but without a signature ArWl'sn) peach . .. ArJsckwnvllle. .. sta. 63111"11 ....1. _
boat 40 hectares (gg acrea) this being ?-Womankind: --- =
knot 83 acresm-o than-the pe oovled A. & W. Branch.
RAILROAD TIES.
In (1889, but not so large by far as 145SI''TII Itigr\la. NOIITIIIIOl'XI'.
!vas the World's fair. So far the
expo- Japanese railroads are organized upon -- -- -- -- I
'tuba will include the de Mars NTATIONao: a JSt-1;; : \n a'rATIONKn 9 \ 40 I
Champ the English plan-with first, second and
the Invalided, the Trocadero, the Palais THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE third class compartments. I.vNew Nnlyru* 2aq" aaw -- .- :::. "--1.11, .l rnu-I :II,. ml.Nq. :::7.i.O --

r I fcl Industrie, the Cours-la.Reine, part The director of the Austrian railroads : IAke.. (!rl1l; 24.m'102sa 20115.10::' eta !" :" : :: I1ra iake? e'Ity islen I ii42aIINIp.:II 555a1ny,:, :: ::::..'

t of the Seine which will be covered dur- Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.in had A locomotive constructed\ which A'o:_0.ItyJua:.._ aalpIISee. . A' N.w$0lyrna IIBa :M'I' "
tog the period of the and
exposition,
makes a run of 74 miles an hour. All train* ten part of the Champs Elysees. A Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States. The staff of the English railroads is AiiKUiitlna run dally **r |,t HuuilayVftawingen : .
;point that fail
cannot Amer.
to interest on train ::1:1..11' hav Ten Mlnut.* tar lunch at New """r"..
mostly made of men who entered the
up
Sang for it
D was a question over which service lads and worked their i TI 'i Thne>Tall shown the tlln. at ..bh.h train. may li", e..|wrteil to arrive' and ilriart. from
*u* ink.; wap spijt la why to flo with TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA as way the tfn\l itatlona. lint tlmlr arrival departure at the tlinea atria U not (iiurantreir nor (1 *.
.f !w buildings at the close of the exposition up. These boys came largely from the I the Cu.spanyiholdilaelfreap.uatLleforanydeisyoranycoruwquenr.a. irlnhiK t"en-r..rlll.

When the play is over the scenery farms. J. K. 'IIIOTT.1 >*-renldent., .JOlttI'UICU'UAIIII"'UN.(Urn'I I.....- ..".'. Agent
ant disappear. And the commi8sioo.Ir E. E. Davis, who has recently become

general has resolved that no archi superintendent of motive power on the I -
t Set, however beautiful his designs may ------ --- .. Reading railroad, was for many years

64 shall be allowed to construct any HYMNS AND HYMN WRITERS. Concerning Thumb. in a similar position on the Boston and

W extremely light buildings, so that The palmist was discussing thumbsat Maine.
Glories of the Lamb"was
the
'hen all is over nobody will be tempted "Behold the moment, holding a big man's
1 "clamor for the preservation of allot the first hymn Isaao Watts ever hand in his."There The Toothaeh*. Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

Illy of the buildings. wrote. are he said, "various type He had the toothache and he bad it

The general classification of the ob- "When Marshaled on the Nightly of thumbs. We have the spatulated, indicating bad, and when a man has the toothachethat

Jecta" exhibited: ," continued M. Picard, Plain" was the work of Henry Kirk energy and business, the comical way he is hardly responsible for Printing orders and you will be satisfied. .

w In all previous expositions present. White. indicating love of the refinements, his actions. He got on a street oar, and ,
M most serious the Saviour of Mankind" about two minutes later an acquaintance
anomalies. To give you "Behold music and poetry, the artistic indicating -
bat -ova instance the departments of was written by Samuel Wesley, the father fondness for art and ability in that came in and sat down.

health and War-that is to say, life and of the founders of Methodism. line; the philosophic indicating a.ach "Hello he exclaimed, noticing his

ill moat cruel adversary-were in one "God Moves In a Mysterious Way" thoughtfulness and invention, the feminine woebegone appearance. "What's the -
and the same group. In 1900 it is our was written by Cowper in J778, Just indicating those traits which belong matter?"
intention to insure better assorted alii- before his second attack: of insanity. to the gentler, tweeter natures "Toothache," he replied, thinkingthat

hoes and to place together; products "Ilark, the Herald Angels Sing" is ""- was enough to say and leave the Florida Boat Works
*
bearing dose affinities We mean to the only hymn by Charles Wesley that "Hem, Interrupted the big man uneasily rest to the imagination. *
'flnll.keep pace with Industrial evolution It included in the Episcopal Book of "did it ever happen that you "That so?" persisted the acquaintance.The ,
instead of separating the ma- got under one of them kind in your ex.perienoe man nodded.
s'1"*. tae P1'OOellland\ the objects man5tnrt Common Prayer. ?" and the palmist solemnly "It's too bad, ain't It?" continued the

d. it is our intention to place "Awaked by Sinai's Awful Bound"Is raised his eyes to a picture on the wall sympathizer Melbourne, Indian Idler Florida.
Fn> a the the only hymn known to have been nodded. ,
the
same group and if possi- of a man sawing wood.-New York Again man
hie III> the same class written by an American Indian. It war Commercial Advertiser Had it long?" was the next question.

W,., you have a bureau of publicity the work of Samson Oocnm, an Indian "Three or four days. '
and Promotion preacher of great ability A Pair of Sptukklnf BUek. "By Jove that's rough! I don't

"{ cannot say :yet but I do not think "Near the Cross Was Mary Weeping"is think there's anything worse than the LAUNCHES Row and Sail Boats L "
I am fully aware that sucji a bureau a translation of the "Stabat Mater"by toothache, do yon?" .
wed for the first time In Chicago, but Jaooponi, the Franciscan monk. Nextto The man took his band down from ,
Prb does not require the same publicff the "Die Irae" of Thomas of Celano his Jaw a minute.'

hk Ii new, or relatively new city It is the most noted of the Latin hymns "Yes Ida, be said "It's the person Of all Kinds Built toJrder.
&t.l who insists on talking to you about
loago. Onr expositions have ad- "Rock of Ages" was written by Top-
'entiaeo themselves and although I lady. It was originally entitled "A it". And he grabbed his jaw again -

bI1y comprehend the sagacity of such alIt Living and Dying Prayer For the HoUest and the other party slid over to the far
Sop the United States I am of the Believer In the World. It has end of the car.-Detroit Free Press.Thought I.

I I 3"Ploten.n<<* hat We it Is almost unnecessary in been translated into many European II. a__. Naphtha Launches a Specialty. M
shall probably in the early languages, and everywhere has been
? the of next :year make overture to One day recently in a Dundee school
"!..went governments, and there U popular. -eo we read in a local journal!-the -
-
J tea-oa why exhibitors should not rprbd Him. teacher was examining the clue in history .
antI at the lowontHKHVOH.
Doubt hauled out Hopuirod
ck and asked one of the boys, "How
Paris in as great number as Walter Dunlop, the well known humorous
r* we done hitherto or even in clergyman of Dumfries was one did Charles I die?" The boy paused for Prompt uttontion Kivon to ortlorr.

*M I numbers."-parii Cor. Chicago day talking to a brother of the cloth, a moment, and one of the other lads, EMtimuton given on all kiudM of bout.
who ins.facetious manner said "Well, by way of prompting him, put his arm

Walter I belies alter all has been Mid .Brooklyn Life.a ap to his collar to signify: decapitation. Agents for the Celebrated
c_ 1w AA/.LLp of Boy No. 1 at onoe grasped,as he thought
bold two
B.-lhCoa & I'm that"Man my,,bead" replied ooold Walter with a pw- WM B....... bis friend's meaning and exclaimed, to MONITOR VAPOR ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.

W.t ought be.wealthy.verybody auntie "I never tnocht Worejthal He-They say kissing is unhealthy. the great amusement of the class,
Lae WiU make you a good *( .- ky ned.as sae eempty.'.. She-Every thing ha iu rUka- "Please sir he died of the cholera."

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8 INDIAN .RIVER ADVOCATE MAY 10. 1895.DOINOS .'


OF Till LKOI8LATUJII I Senate bill "0. 282,' by Mr. Morrow
relating to the salaries. of certain administrative Highest of all In Leavening Power.-Latest V.S.. Gov't Report
:. THE
ROBBINS1GRAHAM jj jjPaid
(
(>flkcr*. CO

Of coui e the most Important bill bo- The committee: on City and County

fore the legislature, l I. Mr. Hcaley'n rail Organization reported favorably on house l'Bakins Up Capital $25,000.00.
road commission 1111. It should be re bills Xos. 273 and 270, and adversely on koya1
membered that house bill No 28$.
two
yearn ago Major LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE. .
Ilealey wa one of the leading member We are In the dark as to the provisions I ,

of the lobby at Tallahassee, or the 3rd of bills 2711: 280 and 288.

house all It was respectfully called at We have for sale a large list of carefuii

that time. We do not know Just what Dnde Circuit Court. ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties.

caused the change of heart of which Mr

Ilealey gives ample evidence, but his bill, The above court, which had rather a season, the Mount Pleasant will\ -be- the Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coat li

upon careful reading will appear to be protracted sitting, terminated the proceedings finest hotel 'in the White Mountains A Pleasant Prwpeet.Nodd Canal and Transportation Jo.
drastic and In the railroad on Thursday, and Circuit Judge -My wife went shopping today
very our opinion, both archltectuarally and In the comfort CANAL LAN'DS.Florida .
and didn't spend a centTodd
companies of the state and their Juo D. liroome and States Attorney J. and luxury of its appointment" -Well,wait till tomorrow,when Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West. Hail I I
could D. Begg came up to Tltusvllle on Fri. Indian River Loan and imp
representatives not do better than the baa seen what my wife bought Lands Disiton Company' Investment to
day stopping at the Indian and other Low Priced Laxfe ''
over
River
to encourage the legislature to pass the The Indian Itlver Guard New York WorldGenuine
bill referred to. It Is so unconstitutional hotel until the next day 3VIon.oy to Loan -A.ltKr ,ys orx :nl\n: :

In Its provisions that It would be avery Judge Broome-who gave the ADVOCATE The above detachment of state troops At Ten per cent, in rums to init.

easy matter for any railroad company a short, friendly call-Informed us In command of Cspt. A. T. Feaster, left, Bargains In neal Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

to run a freight train through It. that there had been 14 case on the here at noon, Monday, for Jacksonville, Estate.No. Titusville. Florida.
One of the sections adjudges the railroad docket, seven of which either pleaded en route to Tallahassee where
they
companies guilty until they ,guilty: or were convicted. Into go 1. Twelve acre of hammock
prove camp for ten or twelve
One of the principal before the days. They land at Sharpe.pOI&office' about 300 feet
themselves Innocent; that Is, whenever a case were well decorated with bouquet by Indian River anti back to
front run
on ,
charge of discrimination Is made It shall judge wa that of Lettie Dixon, a colored Fred S. Chaffee & Co.
their lady friends, and quite a number of county road; has upon It a house of six
Dot. be necessary for the party makingthe woman, whe wa charged with the people were at the train to bid the rooms, almost new; cost. of house 1,600; ,
murder of Josephine Johnson another barn stable outbuildings, etc. Ha a
charge to prove It, but the burdenof guard adieu. ,
proof I I.* thrown the railroad woman of the same color, at West Palm ,grove: of GOO large bearing trees, In fine
upon Quartermaster-Sergeant W. R. Knox, condition before the freeze, and will soon
company. Under the law, the railroad Beach, last December. in charge of the advance guard; Sergnt. recover and bear good crop. Remainderof -4THR CORNER DRUG STO

company Is presumed to be guilty untilIt Dixon was Indicted by the grand jury. T. N. Decker, and privates L. E. Brun- land cleared, and Is of best quality for
She pleaded<< guilty to manslaughter and farm. This was held
vegetable property
Itself ,
Innocent. The rule of
proves son, G. T. Hail, G. W. Sherhouse and !
firm flOUO will 11.1ta\
was sentenced to one)Imprisonment at $ one year ; TITUSVILLE FLORID
law from time Immemorial has
always In the jail. John Wilson\ left. here, Saturday, for day for 13,800; $1,000 cash and $2,200 ,
been to presume the accused as Innocent county Tallahassee to set up camp In readiness may remain on mortgage. This Is a
until he Is proven guilty.It It appeared that the prisoner was Intoxicated for the remainder of the guards who most desirable place for a home, ,good:
We full stock of
to
keep a
provides for the election of commissioners at the time of the homicide, left location, close to postofiice school, try
who shall know and that the two wenches were fighting on Monday. church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood.The Pure Fresh Drugs of Best QualitJ
nothing what Monday' noon train, on the Flngler bare land alone Is almost worth the
and about equally to blame. ; Purity, Freshness and Quality in Drugs is a very Important matter.
ever about rnilioad This commission Railway, carried off the following price asked.

will have power to ruin seventeen million IN Tim AVIIITi: MOUNTAINS. COMMISSIONED OFFICE KB. :No.2. Thirty acre tract with houseof Toilet Articles, Stationery Cigars, Wall Paper, Ltc.EtcWe ( ,
of dollars] worth of
property. eight rooms, artesian well, large portion
A. T. Feaster, captain.J. .
Another section of the law provides C. Jones, let lieutenant. cleared, etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat run our Business In '"Up-to-Date" Methods. ===== -

that; no witnesses who may be summoned The Boston Home Journal, of which 1'. S. Titus, 2nd do Sarno, near Eau Gallic. The land jy Special attention to mail orders. We will try and fill your wants by mj

before the railroad commission shall be the ADVOCATE has just received a copy, N03f-COMMI9H02fED OFFICER alone 2,250.; Is worth The owner more refused than price$3,000 we quote a year, just as well as If you called in person. All cyders for goods In stock sLipped

excused from testifying, even though says: R. F.. Hall, 1st sergeant.B. ago. He must sell\ without delay, and day they are received. We want your trade
their testimony might criminate them- "Messrs. Anderson A Price, of Hotel A. :Norwood, 2nd do has authorized us to take $2,2*>0; $1,250:
Nilves. If they decline to answer It is Ormond, in Florid, will be found for J. T. Knox 3rd do cosh, balance may remain on mortgage.No. .
!
t.i be presumed that they are guilty. This 'the summer of 18M In management of E. A. FroRcher, 4th do 3. Two hundred and eighteen Read Read Read !!

U contrary to the splilt of the just laws. the new Mount Pleasant House In the W.B. G.A. Goldsmith Circle, acres of land at :New River; has a quarter
:New River bound
of mile front
a on
Another;! section of the bill providesthat White Mountains. This will be a centreof L. C VanUndinghamR. } corpri and half mile front on the canal. Des- WRITE TO THE

when lallroiid cases are appealed to White Mountain travel, as the throughcars R. Pyles, ciiptlon as follows : Lots, 4 and 8 of

the Supreme court, they shall have pie4uiIenie on the Maine Central Railroad from PRIVATES. section 13, and lot 3 and northeast quar

over all otheis. Our Supreme Portland via the famous Crawford P. E. Puckett, Percy Walton, O. Carey I[ In ter township of northwest 50, quarter south of section 42 east.25, L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO

court Is already four years behind, and Notch, also from Montreal and Quebec, Elwes, John Carlile C. B. Case, L. R. Price $13 per acre. We range believe a purchaser
under the and on the Boston & Maine from Boston Cole, E. G. Cuthbert, J. M. Fisher, W. I
law proposed by Mr. could sell this land at $30
Healey per
Hill, F. Louisiana, N. T. Minis J. C. 3ao3.Bonvi11o H7M.oiricl.fv
theme, will, no doubt, be a deluge of appeals via North Conway, (Hen Station and Morrow J. Pomar, (I. I,. Sapp II. N. acre and double his money as soon as ,
to the bupienie court from the f u.aw_ __'.(nr.l'___ -*_. nf.nn n-r _At.n MIA,..- r.--nit/n.n....*. ._ ./0_.. Winn. B. Watson.. W.. L. \{'ext. and steamers begin to run through the canal i If you" are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material and obtain th,I
others. next December. We own this land ourselves Special Low Prices for cash with older
various counties of the state, sufficient steps behind the house at the western but need money to develop other
tu take all the time of the Supreme court entrance to the Notch and three and a enterprises, hence offer it at a price I Don't Miss -"-
for some years to come. Thus patient half miles from the summit of the pass. Off to England to Get Married. which will insure early sale, 13. per This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to t

litigants who who have waited several The through cars from Boston over the acre Manufacturer.

years for justice will have their hopes Concord A Montreal via WI ere, Plymouth Mr. Jas. McFarlane of Lake Worth, southeast:No. 4. The north of section three-fourths 7, and of of Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,
and Bethlehem and from passed l through here Tuesday on his quarter Rear of 26 West Bay Street on River Front midway between Main a
deferred for a few years longer, uutll the New way lot 4 of section/ 8, In township Stf, south ,
railroad gets justice or Injustice as the York on the Connecticut River Line via England. Dame Rumor says he Is goIng of range 41 east, containing,: 150 acres. Laura Streets. j cr: Send for Pocket Memoranda BookGroceries .

case may be. Tilde a very good provision New Haven, Hartford and Springfield!, to' Glamorganshire, In Wales, to take Tills tract has a large frontage on the
for the man who has been convicted stop at the little station one hundred unto himself a wife, and will retain to St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad -
to his Lake Worth home next winter.Mr. crossing Price $13 per acre. :EI: BRARY: :
of capital punishment It will only be yaids from .the house. From this station .,
for him the open care for the base of Mount McFarlane has just had a fine residence No. 6. Lot 4 of section 32, township

the Dc'-esmirv Supreme court to to appeal get his five case year's to Washington, to connect with the cogwheel erected, and everything Is In rc.ull- 37 acres., south This range tract; 41 has east,a containing quarter of 77 a Grain Hay Garden Seed FertilizerI r

tense of his life, although he Is under road up the mountain, leave each ness to receive the bride, Miss Ethel mile front on the St. Lucie River at ,
sentence to l lit hanged for his case cannot morning and afternoon, and the little Elizabeth James, who resides (tho society Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre. call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

be considered while there are any rail. Brownie train of the Mount Washington editor of the ADVOCATE has been In- No. 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, Smple Sc X 'tiiiey OroeerieK, 1"1"11'

road: cases; on docket. We do not believe Hallway, can be seen with the naked eye formed) at Gath House near Cardiff.Mr. fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton And Food ProductsOf
from the veranda of the Mount Pleasant McFarlane has been a prominent Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut
the bill of Mr. Ilealey will pass the Grove. Price $3,000. This price may All Kinds. Also My Stock of ,
senate, but it U difficult to tell what the House as it climbs tho shoulders of the resident on Lake Worth for many years, seem high, but If you will try to buy any Grain
Meal
mountain and in clear and his numerous friends wish him un Hay Bran Cotton Seed
legislature! may da.ben.ttor great. ,. weather land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good ,
providing for Tourists' coming to the White Mountainsto to prices asked in.that section. This I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above HnGoods.
submitting an tract is the only desirable parcel we I close
buy and will sell close. I invite correspondence and 10
aiianilintnt t>f the constitution at the make the ascent of Mount Washing on the South. have left fronting on Biscayne Day. your patronage. Very truly your

election in October, 180(1. This amendment ton will find the Mount Pleasant House Florida UalhwCol. ,,-. The price asked $;.0110, will\ yield us afair 13. L. DB..A.DY
provides for exemption from taxes one of the beat halting grounds upon profit, and we are satisfied that
similar be had
at much
nothing can a
for the I"'rlol"f ten )ears from the date which tu await a favorable day forthe D. R. Swoope, superintendent higher price. This tract will\ no doubtbe

of the adoption of the amendment, of all trip, as It Is the nearest hotel to the and M. II. Bowler, master of transportation sold within a few weeks. FEASTER & IpITWISCH

property, real and personal, necessary base, and from their own window theycan for the South Florida railroad, No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres "-.
for the operation of all cotton silk, wol- see In the morning If the summit Is have tendered their resignations. These close to the depot and post office at Mal
Un and furniture manufactories, steelfotnars clear, and can decide whether or not to have been the abar. Large house with upper and lower 8l1celf gentlemen employed by
dress I for the ascent. veranda, costing ltJOO.00. 7 rooms; In 'Vhol18ale
shoe factories, glass woik andcnuII'rl"II. road ever since It was first organized fair repair beautiful river front, lawn kmdls
"With the extensive additions this allol Retail FLORIDA MEATS
which shall he hereafter and the new of their resignation U received etc. Most all the land Is cleared l; 100 Dealers In
t\i ,ttd and established vilthiu the limits with surprise. They were considered large seedling trees 7,000 pineapples.This .
ol i.lio state We consider will\ make a nice home for anybody Orange
this amendment as among the most able railroadmen e, and Vegetable Growers.
Exposition Produce Co Good neighborhood. Price only$1.150.00.
to the constitution an excellent In the state
one. Many of tho towns have already NOTE:.-The above descriptions will -T- La Grange, Fl
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enable customer to locate the several
I
granted special exemptions of mamif.ic- I GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. properties very closely by examining

tniin,;' enterprises, but If such cams, Wholesale } one of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com-
Fruits Vegetables, I'oultry,
weie tested in the courts It would l>e Eggs/ Fish, etc. pany's railroad maps but we will\ be DUREN & FEASTS
pleased to send special on a large
found that no city has the power to exempt llfflre and Mor ir a Runs maps
.... scale, on application, to parties who
in l.'l: A. IX:: Duller 8t Tor. Kdgewuod Are
any special case. With the constitutional Atlanta, Georgia. mean business and Intend to buy, If they
amendment which Senator can find such a bargain as they want.

ChlpVjr has Intioduced, they will have furnished Consignments with dally Solicited.uotatlons.Consignees:: JACKSONVILLE FLA* RODDI.TS! A GRAHAM Co., GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS Francis H. Leggett & C

the power but we think his amendment Special attention to efery consignment Tltusvllle, Fla.
..honllllnchllle Ire factories saw mills, large or smill.
electric light plants and numerous other Carload lots of Florida vegetables and -p- -- --- ---- Fine Groceries. .

enterprises, which are just as desirable fruit tufts handled for HKMirlln on,Tars Special,rtr commission L. E. Ml'>N, l'r..t. 8. O. VANLANDINOHAM, are Tno_

and beneficial to the nelghboihoods |(r* lUiik rvfrrviite> turu...."... Fruits and
where they may be located as those lIIU NIX MILLS LUMBER CO., I. Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all Mi

branches of K.UblUh Ml 1885. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
manufacture which -
are CROCKERY
4 I GLASS AND TINW: ARE. _
named his amendment. Ineornoratwl October, 1804-SucwMors to K. Kaiuoa Co.

Another 1 Mil, which has recently been L. BARBOT & CO., Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber :i'- Agent for William A Clark Fertilizer Co. Your order aolicited.

Introduced!, provides for the preventionof Kept constantly on hand. Also special; bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched Very Truly, Huron *;5 oeistor
carry Ing of fire-arms orother weapons General Commission. lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and cover and cypress tanks of all size

upon the person unconcealed or con made a* called for. All KiO
cealed. There Is grave doubt whether i:3.:>. N y J- N_ S3 uo-d special( One of our firm Is a contractor aDd builder of many year*' experience RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. noG0.
the legislature has power to pass any Q, c a ::J .o that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construction Notary Public: In u., ct,
.uch law. The constitution of the 00 o cacti and building of all kinds of private and public edifice tn reasonable term ant in
?q the most manner. fall and be tore elsewhere
satisfactory see us purchasing
tilted States and of the State of Florida a h w Florida Real Estate
Exchangty
give to our citizens the right to bear Correspondence and Patronage Solicited

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aims, and it Is a light which few of our NEW ORLEANS, -- -

people will want to have abridged. LA. : Write u. for descriptive price listPOSTOFFICE -
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(Canal Hank.
Among the bills Interest to our read. REFERENCE I M.tropolltM Haak.toiumr .
ITS wind bate been introduced since I( ..liU AgonclM.G A Beautiful Line of __ e MELBOURNE- BOX I6O. -

our ut Issue, are the following : Brevard Co., FLA.

No. :&, by Mr. Morrow, allowingm G. McCLlNTOCK--. rr- Card Cases Purses
lleage to state's itnessen In the case
of the State vs. Ilardee.No Receiver of ,


liievard. .'

purpose No. 261 of, by constructing Mr. Morrow/ county memorial roads. to 416 North Philadelphia Front St., Pa. And Latest Novelties at M Sash Doors and Blinds Lime, Cement Nails i

congress asking for an appropriation off AXTUOXY BROS.
Bnilders'
13,000 for the Hardware.
Improvement of
DhscayneBay
sold arrivaL Check
Shipments on THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE. FLA.
harbor based .
on report of government and account of sales sent out each day. Sized
eoglneeii. bend for market report Reference Watch, Clock tad Jewelry Repairing. Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Special 1

House bill No. DW by I\r. gander, upon application from all over the state G. F. PADDISON, -

providing for a stay Of execution. Please BivaUoa this papa U wriUn,.
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