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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 17, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
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fol. 1O. No. 15. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1895. P1"'ice,5c. r



LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully. -Mr. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, wan -Mr. P. G. Walton, who has been of! i -Mr. and Mrs. BenJ. N. Brandt, of Till IMHANltlVint (IUA111)SReturned I f 1

In town on Wednesday.Mr. to Tallahassee with the Indian River Huntington, Fla., are visiting Mr. and I. "
of General Interest. I, Mrs. T. T. Wetmore. Mr. Brandt
Id gave
r Topics THE EAGLE CLOTHIXO STORE In the and Mrs. Robt. Motlow have Guards, returned home on Wednesday. us a pleasant call while In town. to town Wednesday afternoon

ADVOCATE block, Titusville, are the gone to Tennessee on a visit to relatives. -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold I by the East Coast" Line, under ,
leading clothiers on the East Coast of -On Thursday next, the 2ttrd: Inst.,
General Gossip In connection command of Capt. A. T. Feaster after '
47 and Florida. Give them a trial. -Miss Nell Wilkinson, of Eldora, was divine service on Sunday next, the 10th there will be divine service In St. Ga t

r |tk I Indian River we and k. Lake Brief Worth mention sea"durina of In town a short while on Tuesday and Inst., at Cocoa, at 10.30: a. m.; and at briel's church at 7:'10 p. m. Sermon by an absence of ten days, one week ot
pant Archdeacon Brown the Ascension which was spent In tho state r
.....lIn. Events from: Various Partstht WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on Wednesday.Mr. Merritt at Sf10 p. m. e on encampment I "
World i About People You Know our 4th and 7th pages -Read "A to -Mr. E. W. Dickson, who has been In at Tallahassee.
trip Biscayne Bay,
.
Geo. F. Miles, manager of the
Don't Know Picked Camp Henderson which was located ,
,
People Ton the employ of the Indian River Steamboat -
il which 2nd This
canal has been several appear on our page
by Our Society Editor. Tust-E paper flower supplies, at Chaffee company, spending as for several on a pretty knoll about a mile from !
,
company purser
In article was crowded out of our last
& Co's. days Washington, D. C.
Tallahassee broke 0 o'clock Tuesday
at on
Issue. years, left here this morning for Jacksonville
-Mr. Chas. W. Connolly, brother of en route to FacetIllo, Ga., morning, tho dllTeicnt companies of a
lit Dun blanks lOc each; 1.00: per 100, at Mr. D. M. Connolly, of Lemon City, diedat -Mrs. Carl C. Cuitlss and little son, the state leaving for their respective
the ADVOCATE office. whore Mrs. Dickson Is now stopping.Mr. i
1TilINb.E Punta Gorda last week. of La Grange, have been spending a Dlckson ha a host of friends on Indian homes the same day. The Indian River ,

-Dr. M. W. Lichty, of Fort Pierce, couple of days In town this week-the River, who are sorry to see him Guards (other companies being on burl i
SEE' that nobby line of straw hats at the leave section.
first Titusville In this
visit to two months.
,
well left tho F. C. A I' train tor
Eagle Clothing Store, Titusville. All has returned to Washington, D. C., where as ) on

tcm the latest styles. he Is now stopping with his parents. -Rend the new ad. of Albert W. Robert Jacksonville\ at 12: 'I) p. m., arriving ,

-After June 20th, the address of Mr. on our 4th page, who has large llrc\ard and Dade County Com- there the same day at 7:40, whero they

I TFETH carefully extracted by Dr. M. D. and Mrs. J. D. Price, of Hotel Ormond, quantities of muck lands for sale along .ul""lcmerlC. stopped) over night at the Carleton: hotel,
o L. Dodson. 60 cents per tooth. Office the front of tho new canal. taking tho nine o'clock train for Titus
on Hutchinson avenue Titusville.GFTZIVOEB Ormond, will be Mount Pleasant House, at Tallahassee ban
The Senate, : con
i, ,yVOfAT + White Mountains, N. H. -Did you see Porson Paddison takean firmed the appointment ot the following ville the next morning Tho majorityof

& FISCHER impromptu bath In Indian River as County Commissioners for Ilrovard: tho men in the different battalions '
are certainly -The Hon. D. W. Tuttle, after a I y
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putting up fine soda, which Is a credit yesterday They say ho went In Joseph Mendell, Frank T. Budge, \\ It- were well pleased with the ramping' t i
his
to the Indian River conntry. Send thorough Inspection of property beautifully-clothes and all. Hum H. Sharp, John Houston, R. D. grounds, and It Is hoped that Talla }2 ,

your order in. Prices are the loweston throughout the state, left here Fridaylast Iloke. hassee will bo fortunate enough to I
record. for his home In New Haven, Conn., -Mr. Goo. Altree, of Crescent City, For Dade county-Samuel T. Garrow, t
the state
1 giving the ADVOCATE a pleasant call ere who has been on a trip to Palm Beach, N.; W. Pitts, Geo. W. Lainhart, W. J. secure encampment again, I Iwill

., first class and stopped off hero yesterday, on a short Stone although St. Augustine, we understood, "
FOR leaving.Mrs.
shoemaking
Qr / repairingcall / bid
make a for It. As thousands of a
0 0a I on J. A. Daughtry at Mr. Nolle' visit to ),[r. and Mrs. J. E. Lanouette.A I
old stand, Titusville, Fla. B. M. Anderson Daytona, Died While Away front Homo. dollars: are spent by tho boys at those 1
will manage: a first-class boarding houseat patent was issued a few day ago state encampments, tho larger towns tu

THE Eagle Clothing Store Is headquatersfor Ocean Grove, N. J., this summer. It to Charles Green, assignor to himself W. L. Palmer received a telegram on Florida will, no doubt, vlo with each

everything In gents' clothing. Callor is In an excellent position, close to the and E. C. Dearborn, of Jacksonville, for the 7th Inst., from his business partner, other In trying to !got the next one.

Advertising now and then, write. Mail ciders promptly at- Pavilion. Our northern readers should a machine for preparing fibre from Hon. J. D. Beggs, from Tallahassee, announcing Our boys were !glad to get home again
tended to. the death of the little l.V
Of course, Is beneficial; make note of this plants
a
months-old daughter of; Judge and Mrs wo were told, although some would like Ito
all the time
Cut Bespeaks advertising a mind Judicial.The WE MAKE VERY Low PRICES on Special -Mrs. A. V. Wlnanll and Mr. and Mrs.A. -Fifteen passenger cars full of excursionists lieggs. Mrs. B >ggs was vlMttlng friendsIn have stayed longer, as all managed to y

Mixtures for pineapples. We have a V. A. Winans have left St. Augustine : passed through here Wednesday the capitol city, and the little one was have a pretty good time, and occasionally

truest, surest, quickest way large stock of Tobacco Dust, Kainit, for Ashevllle, N. C., where they will,, on their way from St. Augustineand taken sick theie. The Judge/ went over succeeded In enlivening the dullness
To make a grand success Cotton Seed Meal and Potashes, which : Palatka to Vest Palm Beach. The In response to a telegrams/ notifying him
the Mr. Win of mllltaiy routine by a little Improvised
probably spend Bummer. t
,
a Ii br advertising every day, must reduce. Let qiloto I of the III'rlou.linen\ of the little glrl.-
we us
The public do the rest. LITTLE BROS. F. &: P. Co.you., ans has a fine residence and pineapple train did not stop at Titusville. Florida Citizen.A fun. Quite number turned their spare ..

--- ------- 144 Jacksonville, Fla. plantation at Eden. -Mr.C.Sulzner'l long-expectod Eagle time to account by listening to the discourse 4r

arrived here It Good Advertising Medium. of the senators and repicsenta
:r JOB PRINTING at this office. -The Tampa Times Is authority for bicycle on Tuesday !
To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE the report that a hotel man of Pleasure Is one of the high bicycles with the fives In the rapltol on various bills. The A

f The ADVOCATE may be had at block, Titusville. Excellent location Beach L. I., will build a large tourist small wheel In front. Mr., Sulzner Is We frequently print several hundred churches In Tallahassee were well attended '
sueven'g drug store and Mrs. Emma Possession may be had at of the ADVOCATE for live 1 a
extra copies the last there
hotel and bring down becoming quito an expert rider already. by boys Sunday, k
fowl news stand, 6c. per copy. once. Apply to Robbins &: Grahamor at Biscayne Bay advertisers. Another advertiser on the
C. H. Walton ADVOCATE office I be- Canova and Mr. being no drill that day. ,
his 2,000-passenger steamer to ply -Capt. A. Sidney East Coast, writing us on Monday says:
The ADVOCATE don't cost you three Titusville. tween the Bay and Key West. Williams, of Rockledgc, came up to I end me 100 copies of the ADVOCATE We learn from the officers of the company .
super week, postage Included, when anova'il this week. I never miss an opportunityto that the discipline( \ of the boys was
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town on Wednesday Captain
,en by the Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Peck and family -
year. MONEY. We want money to loan on first talk ADVOCATE, lUll am sincere In my excellent, and that "taps," as a rule ,
their to At-
real estate mortgages. Ten percent of the Plaza hotel, Rockledge, left launch. They were on way belief that you have an unusually good found In his tent. 14
What do you need Read those free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden Monday for Jacksonville, where they lantic City and other places north, to sheet, no Issue of which Is carelessly usually every man
cial ads on 4th and West Palm Such deserves More gratifying still are the commendations ..
Sanders Titusville
page.Mr / & expected to spend a few days on their spend the summer. gotten out. enterprise
Florida. will win. F. S. Coronado." passed by Major Conoley of the
Beach and ,
fhas.; K. Kenyon will\ shortly and who has been 1
way to Grand Rapids Petoskey, -Mr. A. J. Doyle, on a
Increase business
want to
If you your Fifth Battalion, who was hoard to state
ate for Boston, to spend the summer. IF you need summer clothingsomething Mich., where Mr. Peck, as usual, will trip to Savannah, expects to leave here advertise in the ADVOCATE. that company "(.'," consisted of a good f

d Those of our readers who are interred good! and stylish-call at the manage that fine hotel, The Arlington. to-morrow for Sanford and Tampa. He set of men, well drilled\ and well behaved. ., 4"

in Biscayne l Bay, should read the Eagle Clothing Store, here there is a -Mr. A. Brady has returned to At- will probably enter Into business at the Concert at the PresbyterianChurch. The major expressed himself all I

ode on our 2nd page. fine and large"stock now on hand. lanta, where he will enter Into profes- latter place. His many friends In town well pleased with the company, and paid
Prices to suit the times.
-capt. A. Bennett, of Eau Gallic, sional business. soon as possible. Ills regret his departure.We Captain; Feaster a high compliment by

also NEGLIOKE shirts of the latest Indian River wish to draw the attention of our ),[elilln. Vernon C. Bridge) and Frank saying that he bad Implicit confidence In
ought up Mrs. Bartley and family; pattern numerous friends on bog and their wives Mesdames him to manage It to the best advantage.The .
R. Bridge ,
air furniture the end of last week, In just ville.\ received at Julius Kline's Titus- him every success In his new venture. reader to the ad. of Jas. Bofill & Co., Frank R. and Vernon C Bridges/ representing captain, officers and guard have

e yacht Rochester. He owned a fine orange grove at Mims fruit and produce commission mer- the Chicago Music Co., gave avery our hearty congratulations on so satisfactory .

People' will read the about before the freeze; but It will, no doubt, chants, New Orleans, and bespeak for excellent concert at the above church a record, and the ADVOCATE bids
news your have to loan In to them a hearty welcome home.
WE now sums The church
money was
night.
be In In a or two. them a share of the patronage of the on Monday t
001 anti store just as readily\ as the suit an approved real estate security. again bearing year crowded and everyone appeared to enjoy Among the Indian River Guard In

C ftl about anything else, if you make It Send in your applications. Robbins -Mr. Kenyon, of Brooklyn, N. V., vegetable and fruit growers on Indian both the vocal and Instrumental music camp were the full'iwlng: Commissioned +

*: crisp and Interesting. Graham Co. who has been spending the winter with River Their ad. will be found on our At the close of the entertalment a class ( officers: A. T. Feaster, captain;

I left 8th page of this issue of about 4.} was formed for the J. C. Jones, hat lieutenant; P. S. Titus,
-Mr( J. W Sackett, of St. Augustine, NAPIITIIA LAUNCHES. A. T. Rose, Mel- his nephew, Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon, of training them In voice culture. These 2nd lieutenant. Ntm-commlssloned officers .

rifed i tn town on Saturday last for the bourne, Indian River, will build any ; for home on Monday looking as hale new and old beginners started their first : R. F. Hall, 1st sergeant; B. A. Nor

I !V**of examining his orange grove kind of steam or naphtha launch, sail and hearty as ever. He expected to First Shipment of Pineapple lesson on Tuesday, when there was quitean wood, 2nd sergeant; J. T Knox, 3rd

bath He returned home or row boat to order. Write him for stop off a day or so at Palatka, Jacksonville Increase In the number of scholars, sergeant; E. A. Krosclmr, 4th sergeant; '
Monday.The estimates. Mr. Frank W. R, Knox, quartermaster-sergeant; I). r
I' \ and other places en route. The first pineapple shipment from the who are being ably taught by
name of Miss Albino Egger, who Biscayne Bay region has been made this R. Bridges, assisted by his wife. EvenIf B. Palmer, color-sergeant. Corporals] : d

presented Queen of Diamonds, In Live SHOFS, in all the latest patterns and -Mrs. Sweet, after spending a few week from Elliott' Key, by Edgar Hygs some of those who attend do not gain \V. (1. Goldsmith<< L. C. VanlandlnRham t ;
.
Euchre' was Inadvertently omlttted styles, just received at the Eagle I I days In Titusville with her mother, returned and others, on the schooner Biscayne to a groat Insight Into the musical art, they and J 1C 1C. Halton Privates: P. E. Puckett
Clothing Store. It will be to your Eau Gallie on Monday. Mrs. Jacksonville. ),Jr, Ilygs' crop will will certainly have their money' worth, I'. (h. G. Carey-Elwes, John
101 the list of names In our last Issue. advantage to see these goods before to amount to about 8,000 dozen pines. The for Mr. Bridge I III certainly very entertaining CarlHe C. B. Case, L. R. Cole, E. U.

-W acknowledge receipt of the pro- buying elsewhere as, the times being Sweet Is a lady of considerable talent; vegetable season will last about three and cause considerable amuse f'uthlwrt, J. M. Fischer, A. A. Ford, W. S

t anne ''If the 12th Annual Commence- hard, they are selling very low. she has fallen very much In love with weeks longer, and by that time the pines ment by his droll and witty sayings He hale, W. Hill, F. Louisiana, N.T. Minis,
J I .1.1Q Eau Gallie ((1)), and If she makes that will be In, the season to last till about Is, undoubtedly, a teacher of considerable J. C. Morrow, J. Pomar (J. L. HapPL H.
Exercises at the Stetson University, August 1.-Citizen. ability, and If those who attend hi* N. 'Inn, li. Watson, W. I.. E.
she will be
:viand which will take place May 24th BRIGHT COTTON SEED MEAL, 10.00 per town her future home, an class do not get a good Insight Into the Brunson, G. T. Hall, (I. W. Sherhouso
2Mth ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville; Kaloit, undoubted acquisition to Its society rudiments of music, It Is not the fault 14< and John Wilson. Scrgt T. N. Decker

$12.00 per ton I, o. b. Jacksonville. -Mr. S. H. Uappersett has bought The Murder In South Jackson- Mr. Bridges. There are sixty-four In was also on hand.
Special prices on large orders. Write' )) the class Mr. and Mrs. Bridges leave
Q I 1 foul R ATTENTION CALLED us for quotations on everything In fertilizer out the business of Ray &: Day, hard; yule. here on the noon train today for Daytona -
? The Tallahassttean correspondent referring -
.. to the name-and-date slip pasted line. ware dealers, of Titusville. Mr, Hap The case of Robert and Joseph Hub- to assist Mr., and I Mrs. Vernon C. to the above, says: "A mong/ the
I f weekly upon the ADVOCATE or LITTLE BROS.Jacksonville F. & P.\Co.,Fla. persett has been employed In the store bard, who are charged with the murderof llJ'ldlCwho preceded them-to form a companies here which deserve especial t

wrapper. U your subscriptionhas 144 of Mr. F. T. Budge for nearly four years, a young Englishman named W. Percy class this evening.& credit not only for their organization, )

expired, please remit. and we bespeak for him a share of the Line, at South Jacksonville, last Decem- ---- proficiency and( presence at this encamp-

Wall Paper.We He will be glad to ber, will be tried In the Duval Circuit The Kant Coast Canal. ment, are the De.Soto Guards Bradford
-Mf A C. Gardner who has been ill publlo patronage. Court next Monday. The plea will be County Guards, Starke; Franklin Rifles,

"Vthe put three weeks left Moo have a large stock of all kinds of! have all his down-river friends give him one of self-defense,because the murderedman The Augustine correspondent of Apalachlcola; Indian River Guards
,
r 1 for Rochester wall)) paper on hand, samples and price a call when In town. had a walking stick In his possession the Times-Union of Wednesday says: Titusville; Halifax Rifles, Daytona; anjthe
N. Y., where be willamain while the Uubbard had revolvers F. Miles of the East Rifles Live Oak. The
addressing George
> of which will be forwarded upon -One of the unique exhibit that will "Manager Suwannee ,
until Anp: t We hope be will and knives. The attorneys for the Hub- Const Canal company, received word men In these companle* live out In the
k recover his hlth and strength CHAFFEE & Co., Druggists, be made at the Cotton States and Inter- bard's think they will be able to get yesterday that the steamer Denny made. country mile apart and have not the

-1r Titnsville\ Fla. national Exposition will be a model jaiL their client acquitted. What say the the Initial trip from Lake Worth to New opportunity of /getting together a* men
and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, after It will show all the latest Improvements attorneys for the murdered man to this 1 River on Sunday, via the canal. Mr. In companies of cities. Taken all In all,
uanuy" 1 spending the winter at Rock- Miles and his chief engineer, J. Trevor they present a fine appearance sod their
construction and will
'dfe! have returned to their home In Notice In prison presentfor Spencer, are proud that the two mile esprit dQ corps ought to be sustantlally 1
r'\M Rapids Inspection a Jail complete In sanitary Cold Weather North of barrier have been removed by their recognized."
Mich. Mr. Taylor says On and after May 18th Ramsay Brof.' equipment and absolutely safe. A pris- dredge much quicker than they hoped -14Mr

IlIIdslIIUnr! climate. Is the finest In will run a boat from Lotus to Ocean Incarcerated within It* Iron While the resident of Indian River\ for. The legislative Investigating committee of
cages
e touted state. any day parties may wish to go. For oner have been enjoying some beautiful found the barriers, and will be II. II. Rockledge,
', further Information, call on or address will be be absolutely protected from weather this week, special from various surprised to learn that such a great was In town on Wednesday
W. Ballantlne and her charm"ieater RAMSAT BBOS., without and will find It Impossible to I part of the northern states toll us that amount of work ha been accomplished
K and Mrs. F. T. Budge are reJolclog -
: Mis Helen, after spend- 13lt Lotus, Fla' escape even If allowed to work for'liberty they have been unexpectedly treated to since their visit less than two week -Mr. the arrival of a fine baby
r* eral a dose of frost, snow and Ice, killing over
months Indian left
on River, with the mos Improved {all-breaking In New ago. daughter, who arrived yesterday morn
fruit bud and early vegetable
arpte have removed J,300,0<)
'IJa "The dredge<<
Monday morning, for their WE MAKE VEST Low PKICES on Special ing.
tools. the most frosty
York Monday ws
Ibt have city, cubic yard of rock and earth from the
111 Pineapples. We a #
a II v>mervllle, N. J. They are Mixtures stock for of Tobacco Dust, Kalnlt -In our last Issue, we referred to a May day In H years. Ire a quarter ot twenty-eight mile of canal Just openedto -Two Seminole Indians-Johnnie
*k +come visitors River large an Inch thick formed In Virginia, while and Jlmmle Tu..k..ao-ga-wbu
to Indian
and Potashes which navigation, besides the great amount Jumper
to
r t Seed Meal wedding that was shortly expected
Cotton
"' ''II to agree with them. Mr. reduce. Let us quote you. In Titusville the weather I I. so pleasant of work done In disposing of trees, rocks, have been enjoying themselves In Jacksonville
a': we must take place at Tillman. This week we publish that resident are going lore Wednesday
\t.returned home few weeks BBOS. F. 4. I>. Co., a great many damming creek, and making possible passed through ,
LITTLE
t Idttll a Jacksonville Fla. Invitation to same, as follows; "Mrs. around with their coat and vest off, to out through the bank, many p4ac on their way home to Lake Okeechokes.
rtall', to attend to matters of 1m- }44 Amelia E. Valentine requests your pre and bathing In Indian River I la In order thirteen feet hll:'. At no point In the Mr. W. J. Tucker, o( Fort

ence at the marriage of her daughter, distance have the dredge eut lee than Pierce, had them In charge.
-Tbe canal Is completed to New fonr feet under the surface of the water.
BKIOHT Corrox SEED MEAL $19.00 per
It I .'rrox SEKD AC Edith Louise, to Mr. Edward L. Hart, MAKE VEST Low Fences Special
My ;; $19.00 per River. ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville; Kalnlt The width of the canal and depth called WE :
I 'b. at Jacksonville; Kalnlt, Tuesday morning May 21, ItfOS, at nine U.O ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville.: \ for by the charter are respectively 60 Mixture for Pineapples. .We have a
ti"u'l[ ton I. o. b. at Jacksonville. -Miss R. E. Kennedy, of Melbourne, o'clock. Bayonne Plantation, Tillman 8pee4all'rlce.oll per large order. Write and 6 feet. The cutting measure 00 large stock of Tobacco Dust, Kalnlt.
; 1 l rices Write stopped over a day or so In Titnsville, Cotton Seed Meal and Potashes, which
r' on large orders. home (Indian River), Fla." We wish the us far quotation on everything In the and 0 feet respectively.
her near
r1llr/l i ::aotu on everything In the this week, on her way to Joy and prosperity fertilizer line "Both dredge are digging, away In we must reduce. Let us quote you.
she will\ make happy couple every
*ay UBO F. 4 P.
several stop. to Ohio, and In advance. Who next* Fast Gallie or LITTLE BHO. F. A P. Co., hope of getting through to IHscayne: UTTUS ,
pr" LTTTIJE BBOS. F. A P. Co., on the way time next month. ''indianoUr 134 Jacksonville, Fla Bay by September next; 114 Jacksonville: "
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Palm Beach for Lantana, and from that water close to the shore, which cannet DOT LISTED I
f\6 Boils at Once to the dealer who Clyde Steamship
I point to proceed over land. The hack be said of some of the other settlements It bent on bigger.

Mood' sarsSpallta Purifies the schedule at present Is tri-weekly, leaving on the bay. profits. The

Blood and Restores Health. Lantana, south-bowmd, Mondays, Wednesdays At Lemon CJty we noted Important f thing tint he-

and Fridays; aad leaving Lemon Improveraente: our last visit. The s wants you to

City north-bound, .a the same days.It principal being a large canning factory, when
you
,
takes two days U make the trip by which has been erected by a Mr. Higgs, for Doctor J

hack, one night being spent at the New who formerly resided on Elliott's Key : \bUY '* Favorite

River camp. for a number of years. He expects to ,

It Is only just to mention that the can a great many pineapples. At the tW "juat as

camp at New River-which Is managed by Lemon City; hotel we found our friend good." Proof of

Mr. Frank Stranahan a very acceptable and genial host D. M. Connolly, who this U easy. The

stopping place. The steeping apartments runs a comfortable, home-like establish g: only guaranteed

are airy, and the beds clean and ment, and his rates are reasonable. (l I remedy for the

comfortable; his table is the best we Those whe have stayed with him for a ailments of womanhood New York] Charleston and Florida Lin

found during the entire trip, and everybody number of weeks speak highly of his in the Favorite Prescription. -

speaks In a complimentary way of character as a host. ." If it ever fails to benefit or

the camp at New River. We found everything on the bay In a cure, in making weak women strong The magnificent Steamships of this Line are

The fare over the hack line between state of expectancy. The people spend or suffering women well, you have pointed to sail as follows :

Lake Worth and Biscayne Bay Is $8.00 a good dial of their time_ In discussing your money back.
Charleston S. C. Both
for one way; 15.00 for the round trip. and trying to fathom the plans of Mr.Flagler Anything jllllt as good," or as Calling at WaysFrom .

The sail bolts plying between Lake Almost everybody believes thata sure to bring help could be and (RTAXDABD TIME.)| From .

Worth and the bay charge the same rate large hotel will be built-at Miami In would be, sold in just that way. (Pier New 39,K Tnrfc R.> STEAMER Charlt-Mi/acks..nvlli..i* V,1
Mr. P. W. BtU
I A is made by the This guaranteed'medicine ill an FridayTiiemlav. Apr 2ft, at 3 00 p m .. '. iROQUOS.' Thundaj, Ma) .
WUmot, 8. Dak. very Interesting trip goIng very near future As to the railroad 30:,, t 3:(10 p in: :: CllERKEE ::::.Hnmlay: : n!: 'II\
from Titusvllle to Palm Beach and extension, the general impression invigorating, restorative tonic, es- Friday, May 8, at 300 p m.... AMtONQLINIK : .. Thum lay, .. I' .Lt:
"0. I. Hood A Co.,Low.n.)fa8s.1 thence to the bay returning by way of Is that transportation by steamboat pecially adapted to woman's needs \\\ediiemlay, to.. 0. at too p m. .. CHIt (IIS '". Tuesday H I'' .,
About four wife troubled IIJ.at3.Opm.'II..ROKEE..Thurada') It
wa Friday
year ago my and harmless in .. .t N 3
with fait rheum. Although we tried nearly Key West and Tampa. Large, safe through the canals will meet the wants perfectly of her any condition Tuesday Frlilav, :: 17 l3; :: ::o no< p p ui m.::.:.ALlu\tll'IN..SFMINOi.E.::. Thursday Sunday W :: 4n..

everything It got won Instead of better and schooners leave the bay almost dally for of the country for some years to come. system. Monday, u 201. at 3.fIU p ni. .IN.HII!!!.. Rnndar. .. ; It i.tr
spread over both of her hand* to that she could It builds strengthens u .AI.OOXQlI. .
West and although the distance Is Prices for up, regulates Frid.y. 2{ at 3,00 p moo Thursday t ,
them. she commenced to Key ; bay front are almost -
hardly UM Finally property
2N inoo .SEMIN11l.E Sunday, June .
Due two Komi bottle Barftapnrllla her hand. were and w entirely hen she I healed had' taken and over 150 miles, the charge for passage Is "out of sight," but good lands can For, and periodical cures. Tees Friday lay, : 31: :: :: p p m.....: IROl1UOIS..:. Thursday;! :: Ii;

ahe ha not since been troubled I n December only $...00, which Includes meals and be had from one to two miles back from pains,bearing-down -
UM,taj neck wa covered with boll 01 a sensations, ulceration, inflammation I
sleeping accommodation. From Key the bay, well adapted for agricultural
Scrofulous Nature. that's known
-everything as a
Charleston & Jacksonville
There were ilitoea of them atone cad a* soon West a steamer leaves for Tampa every purposes, at very reasonable figures- "female complaint," it's a remedytbat' Philadelphia, Lir
M other would break out. My Saturday night: making the run In less say from |10 to $25: per acre. We returned safe
h'jn.1 and
neck TaI became covered with ridge andHood'ss and certain, proved. For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMASSEF"to mute
than a day. It Is almost as quick, by way of hack, getting off at
to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from
liarlestoD
:>Cures cost very little more to return from the the dredges; we went up the canal to i
pa Clone connection Is made at Charleston
bay via Key West and Tampa, and the Lake Worth, a distance of about 15 Everything catarrhs in its nature, Philadelphia, Sundays. with (
car*. I then commenced taking Hood 8ar..- comfortable.On Catarrh Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida p.
route Is much more miles, through the courtesy of G. T. itself and all the troubles
parllla, and after taking four bottle the boll Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.
had all healed and the scars have disappeared reaching the bay we made headquarters Spencer chief engineer of the canal company that come from Catarrh, are per

I recommended Hood $Hariaiiarllla to*all uttering at Cocoanut Grove, securing upon the steamer Denny. The effect fectly and permanently cured by
from any disorder of the blood. F. W.
8TOWELL, Wllmot, Booth Dakota. accommodations with Charles Peacock, of the canal upon the prairie, whichIt Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. No

Hoodf Pills,- act easily, yet proirptly and at his Inn. Ills establishment has a deserved runs through, is startling. The water matter how bad your case or of how St. Johns River Line.

.Oclcdy,on UM liver and bewal Ski reputation for clean and com level in the canal Is on an average of long standing, you can be cured.

fortable sleeping accommodations and four feet below the level of the prairie.
-- -- Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate
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his table is as good as any one could expect The soil of this prairie Is a very rich --.-.- ,
ttOCIKTI 8, ETC.
to find In a section where the country muck, mixed with fine shell, and has Living Under Snow. the St. Johns River.
.
Free and Is as little developed as Biscayne been pronounced by a Mr. Sutton, an 'J lived under snow for two months,"

I Bay. We found that many Improvements attache of the U. S. Agricultural de- said Tom Allen. "It was in 1848, in The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers
what were then the wilds of Minnesota
Accepted Masons had been made at Cocoanut Grove partment, as being one of the richest near Albert Lea. Four of us had built .'OITY: : OJ7 T.A.O .SONVILLE: : ,"
and vicinity since our trip of a year ago. bodies of land he has ever examined. It a hut in order to hold a homestead

The most Important Improvements were Is well adapted for the culture of all claim, and fortunately had laid in a CAPT. W. A. SHAW,

Indian O Titusville those which had been made by R. R. kinds of vegetables, and would no doubt supply of provisions sufficient to last I* appointed to tall from Jacksonville Sunday,Tuesdays and Friday at 3:JO p. m u 1

HI ver Fla. McCormick formerly of Lake Worth, grow sugar cane and corn to perfection.This two or three months during the winter. turning leave Sanford Mondays,Wednesdays and Saturday at 9:-00 a.m.SOUTHadd ,

Lodge, DTo. 00 who has a tract of 15: acre at Ewanton prairie, which the canal will drainso One night it commenced to snow, and

Heights, less than a mile south of the effectually will no doubt become, In large flakes fell constantly for two days ; IiI) :IJ. 8CHEIJlLE. I M/1iTH Head Rt n;


dev Hoi of,at In each am Its meeting p.month m. ,the at tie second Court and bovine fourth,Tituvllle Fri.*- hotel at has Cocoanut already spent Grove.several Mr. McCormick thous- den a few In years the state., the greatest It Is 00 miles vegetable from gar the next and blow nights., the snow Then continuing the wind, began and the to Leave.". i...{5 f: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::.Jackeonvllle...Palatka..*,tor....::::::::::::::::::::: :::: .Leave(,.rome i]

J. MKDIL, a. H.RAT and dollars In out his grounds foot of Lake Worth to the head of Biscayne morning we could not open the II {.30 a. m. .. .......................8t. FranI....................... ... .. 1.31II
neo W ifKMCIHTS laying door. The windows were oomoletelv I /1.30 a. m.............. ........... Bereofor........... ....... .... ... .. /23''
by clearing, cutting ditches, making Bay and the canal goes throughthe blockaded, .and we could not tell that Arrivet0" 5t3 :: :: :::::::::::::::.::::::::.Rltte. ': .rln!.s::::::..::::::::::::::: :::' :: 111,;:

OF PYTHIAS roads, etc. lie has also built a tenant centre of the prairie, which will average it was daytime except by our watches. .. elm a. m. .......... ................Ent..fJ'rlae... ............ .......... .. 45
Seminole Ln.lice, No 3s.. hnliU ltd meetlnir at house upon the place, and has plantedan one mile In width and It extends We built a big fire and staid in the

Inm the (of court each house month, the,at lint s o'clock four p.Thursday... even endless variety of trees and shrubbery. the entire length of the canal. This house, supposing that it would pass off Genera Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., JacksonM.

8. D. OEIUKB. W. H. KARRI, Everything Is laid out with the best of prairie Is not only very rich and thor in a few hours, but the weather turned .H.CLYDE A.T. 141., F.M.lBo..OIIGER.JR., Fla.I'am Apt

C. C K of R. <&: 8. care and taste, and everything seems to oughly drained, but its situation is such intensely cold. On the third day. we B Bowling:Green,hew York. 88 west Bay gt.Jackxmlll
THEO G EOOEB
tunneled out through the window but ,T.M., JKO: L. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt..
INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. be growing vigorously. In a few years as to make It'very valuable. The canal found it impossible to remove the drift, 6 Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan St.JackwntllA
the property of Mr. McCormick will 'undoubtedly runs parallel with the beach, at an average which .J COLE General Passenger Agent, J. A. LESLIE Buicrlnumlem
Drill at the Armory, over county jail every completely covered the hut The
Tuesday evening In the month at I o'clix'k. become known as one of the' distance of only a half-mile there- cold weather continued without break bowling(Green, Hew York. Foot Hogan St.jsckmvil
A.T. fKASTKK Cal'taln D. D. C. MINK G F A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia,
most beautiful places on the bay.A from. The settler can have his home on for two months. The top of the snow became ;1VlP.. CLYDE CO., General Agents,

short distance south of the McCormick the beach ridge and his vegetable gardenIn hard enough to bear our weight, 1* So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphia. a Bowling Green Ism T?

CHtJItCHKS.KmcorAL property Mr. F. S. Moore, formerlyof the rear, extending back to the canal, and we would go out by the window,

Minnesota, has purchased a 20 acre which will give him shipping facilities returning at night, but it was two

CHtKCltItrvloei tract of bay front from Robbins; GrIP Notwithstanding the richness of this months before the snow thawed sufficient .
the lit and 3rd SuniUy In each to uncover the hut.St.. Louis
month, at 11 a. 19 andTninp. m. Huudiy chool ham, of Tltuavllle. He has some 15 or land, no malaria can exist, on account Post.Dispatch.Tk h Southern

I every p. m Bun, on Ural Wednenday JJU p. .in Litany o service every e at 7.0 men at work on his property, and, al of It being situated so very close to the

Friday at 10 a. ui though he has owned but a few weeks, ocean, and being constantly swept by TMto For Putrid OMB.
Rtv II. F. Baowx, Rector
be has made wonderful progress la clear- easterly winds laden with ozone. The reason for what might otherwise Qrr

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Ing It up, and has already started the It will pay any one who thinks of engaging be condemned.a depraved taste among -- Railwa:

'Service every Sabbath,at II am. ::Kip.m. construction of neat home Mr. Moore In agriculture to look at the English epicures is that in the last century
Babbatb nchiHil at e:3u a. m, ( ; i'nf KnileaTor land the nobility and the squirarcby ABSOLUTELY THE
will plant a great variety of tropical along the canal before locating SHORTEST ROUTE.
meeting at 6 JO p. m., prater mmtteiK. were often greatly
puzzled to know
We.IIIM,l y at 1 JO 1'.m All are cordially In.ILedto fruit trees and shrubbery elsewhere. It was reported at Lake
atteud. It&v. W. T. KALE, l'aetor what to do with the game they shot. THROUGH
Captain A. R. Simmons, who owns a Worth, by some actual settlers who had They oould not eat pheasants, partridges PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

METHODIST CHURCH very choice tract of land a short distance tried to obtain land on the canal, that and hare every day Had they done so. COMPARTMENT CARS

Rervlre at Tltunvllle every fret iwcond and south of Mr. Moore, has not wasted his all the canal front had been reserved, and satiety or perhaps blood poisoning would DINING CARS,

third school Sabbath at in o.cl I at M.k II a a,.m m,every and T Sunday p, in 11 j ;HuniUy\ worth time for the past year or so, but has they were very much disappointed in not have resulted. Even fat haunch of ven THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED THAI

Leairueatap. in every Sunday' ( Prayer :meeting: made manylmp.-ovementa. among whichwe being able to buy what they wanted. ison and venison pasty cloy after awhile.
T o'ckk. every Thursday night The public
are They make
cordially invited to attend our tervice note a neat stone bars or stable Ills This report can hardly be true. for as might presents to their

8. W. LAWLER, I-a UirBAPTISV trees and plants are doing splendidly, the canal is 00 miles long and the landson principally neighbors,. noblemen but their and neie-hhnr squires i want;.tih QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

and will convince the most skepticalthat both sides front on the cut, there
CHURCH ample preserves. So the game was
the soil In that vicinity, with proper will be practically 120 miles of canal smuggled to London and
up "swapped"for
Preaching every fret second and fourth Bun
day.' PrayerMeetngs every Tuesday. evening preparation, can be made to grow any., front. We cannot believe that the canal fish, and the fishmongers In the North And :IDt. I North AI1d: Wow
at 7 o cl'M''k. Song IIonh'every t rldiiy evening thing. Captain Simmons Is particularly has reserved the entire front. course of business sold it to rich .
company
at f O'OhH'k. Him lav F.'hoed every Sunday at merchants ALL TRAINS .MO. .* s.0
to a. w. All are cordially Invited to attend proud of his grape vines, and be may If the report is true, It will have a mark and professional families with DAILY e.:... t 5.5..*.t, ;t ALL TRAINS DAILY ."NO.:..-.eu'arm. .

II A. UEIOEH J'aetor. well beThe ed tendency In retarding the purchase no preserves of their own. But during L".JaeUoctYUle, r.c.ltl'_. T 00am40am 64 ; us.e.. :-

CATHOLIC CHI'RC1I. lion. J. W. Ewan, who adjoins and development of this valuable bodyof ; its sojourn in the squire's larder its "N Bavaanah Everea, "N -. e S Upm O Lv." i .":e"w.'S:. S P.:: : :gC::: 7

Services at 10 a. in every Sunday, In hall over Captain Simmons on the south, has also land. abode in the lumbering wagon which Columbia, Southern= U 4 Mpm 30am 10 3 14 Warn pm 4r... )Mason 1 2'I.m .
Indian River HUM Hank Chlldreu'.oat.ecbl.w brought it to the metropolis and its residence "r. Charlotte. _. 5 :20 Atlanta, l2am s
at been adding to his and Space will not permit us to give u pm TOO am = Chattan N 11 am
Ip ui Improvements, any : '
Riv J. r.HOVLE.Rector. in the fishmonger's cellar it had Baltlmogpe. ilenn.a.a:: SOI 7 clam 880pm Ctnetnnatf, d C.......: : 20 pm ..
his In further details In to am 11
place has Improved very much ap- regard our trip. In usually become exceedingly "high," : : 11 SUpmt 25pmSOO.m A,. BtrmintSum Southern. 12 01 n'aSt. .
pearance during the past year. the past the ADVOCATE has based all Italattel'lng and the gourmet clause in time became New York. ::: 03pm (20 amA Louis, Cairo' eh.. Line 7 20 am

V M. C. A We visited Miami and called upon Mr. predictions In regard to BI. u fond of high game as George I was AihevlUe, Southern_ "_... Ar." Memphis. L: C.Mdt B. 10 00 pmt .
30pm
Yausas: !
00
6
The City pm
of the regular V M.C Him A.lay will afternoon.be he I1 praver every meeting Sunday Brickie, one of the oldtst settlers and cayne Bay on the one word, eltmatr. We of bad o.ten.-AI1 the Year Round.

afternoon. at 4t III p. m. at the rrt.uyterlan. ', also a heavy; land owner. lie showed us have to add, from our recent Impression, For full Information
church antll further noilie Trimming a BUck Silk. apply to any Agent of this great ySy.tem.
I bis maps and plans for laying out a city the word, commerce We believe that
Rich jet decorations, having mingled or Its connections.
slur near the mouth of the Miami river. ere long a large, town will spring Into existence ,, with them gold or steel are liked

A TRIP TO BISCAYNE BAY Ill* price for bay front lots Is '1,500 somewhere on Biscayne Bey, and black silk although it must be confessed upon W.(A.n.ral TURK p.,.. C. A. BENSCOTER S. H. HARDWICK,

each-each lot containing from one to that the very large trade from Elliott's that, while the jet looks richer with Ag.ot' Aalt.a.". P.... Agent Ala"*Oa1 P"'. Alnt'

two acres, having 100 feet front and running Key and Key Largo, which Is at present the contrasting glitter still one is less WAeHINQTON, D. C. KNOrtVILL TINN. ATLANTA

THE southern portion of Dade county back to an avenue. Mr. Brickie going to Key West, will be diverted to likely to tire of the plain jet. Bands imitating W. D. ALLEN

embrace the New River told us he was not In a position to sell some commercial centre on Biscayne colored stones are set Into coarse ,

and lliicayne section, U at prenent attracting anything at present, having given an Bay. We believe that the completion of Dollars white or lace and used for vests, cuffs Florida Passenger Agent
capes. They come out most ef
a great deal of attention on account option on all property owned by him In the canal will flood the southern portionof festively against the black background. 212 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of the many rumor which have Dade county until the 15th: .at the present Dade county with actual settlers Velvet, black or of a bright color, is April 2yac. yRns.
found their mooch looking for lands from which to make a liked
way Into print regarding Mr. upon black silk and its use, as
Hauler's future plan Comparatively On the opposite shore of the river I I. living, and with business men of capital should the use of every decoration, depends

few of the ADVOCATE readers have ever situated the charming place of Mrs. looking for openings In commercial lines. upon the style of the woman who

tlslted the section referred to, and we Julia D. Tuttle, known as Fort Dalits. We believe that steamers will be run is to wear the frock. The old idea thai WE

Wine that the Impressions received during She has remodeled the old fort and converted and trade established with Nassau and an elderly woman's gown must be severe .! .
!
that before there and I am tempted to say ngly, is .. '.. .....
a recent trip to the territory men It Into a beautiful and substantial many years will be no longer held. Youth and bunt An DELIVERA

tioned wlU be read with interest. home. Her grounds are as well kept found on the shores of Biscayne Bay a not require rich gowns and magnificent .

Many people would have visited Bls- as ever, and It would be difficult to find town larger than anything on the East trimmings to bring out their perfection Piano or Org$

eayne Bay, but have been deterred from a more beauUfull'Nldenc. and grounds Coast south of St Augustine, We pre- *, but when middle age has come

doing ao on account of the unatlafact anywhere In the State of Florida.At dict such results without regard to then there is a right to claim all of the

ory transportation facilities. In orderto Buena Vista postofflce three miles whether a hotel palace Is built at Miami, beautiful stuffs and all of the beautiful to AT TOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with corn lets outfit .u'
or whether the railroad Is extended decorations, so that any imperfection of approval after a trial la your Own hou... No required until Yon
get to the bay It Is for north of Miami, we found Judge, Jas. A. to thoroughly Mtisfled. Our oney
necessary one figure or face be hidden prices are as low as house In United SUM
to of Brevard the bay or not. Of course If these two may entirely, terms any the
go by rail) to West I'alm Beach and McCrory formerly county. our are so reasonable anyone can
or at least so nearly entirely that it 1sunnoticed. purchase and pay for an instrument'
from theme to make the trip by sail He has built himself w nice home and Is latter enterprises are carried forward by .-Emma it Hooper in La- The Celebrated CONOVER. ,

boat outside In ordinary weather the engaged, In the practice of law Mr Flaglrr, they will add to the rapidity dles' Home JournaL The Renowned FISCHER. Y PIANOS.

outside run can be made in one day E. C. Harrington formerly of Lemon with which a town will grow up and Increase The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I

but adverse winds may prolong It twice City, has also located at Buena Vista has Its size.nJ wily any one who Sample cards of spring goods show. And KINGSBURY.
the time to make the among other attractive
or even three times that length of time, and established a lumber business and trip, to visit the Biscayne Bay country. suitings. that in materials appearance"Ptreiaa yallon' AeoIIon. Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO. COTTORGANL

and It Is attended, perhaps with some he has also built a large aad pretentious similar to the high priced checked cher-are

little danger; and those who are subjectto dwelling. Buena Vista Is one of the Walton's I Rapid Calking Uachlv., its and silk and wool novelty fabrics Brass and small Instruments, Music and Books. Write us; we will dvt
sea-sickness establishment f3.00. $10.00, and $15.00 each. In use from money
may well look upon Itwith best location for a bus'neas foreign looms.
by many of the principal boatbuildersIn
dread. It U better for that class on the bay-at least under existing the North. See pamphlets and testimonials The .A.. 13. Ouiwi>l>ell Oo.,

pf people to take the malt boat from circumstances. It has good navigable! e Try It.r aUCWT U*tot Dytptpua.
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;hiHHdHHit Cheapest bill of Hardware you ever bought. ,'{ HHH *<


We han not Ir. C. P. Eacott In charge or our Tin and Iron Work Department, rtlch Is a sitDcleot guarantee that in till get don ihat you want done. Write us and see. 1 1d



H. I- A.PPERSETT9 (Successor to Ray&Day.) TITUS"VILLE. FLORIDA.


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[professional Cards Too tho Whole Da*. Every!: one who doe anything wron

The other day a well known plumberof theee day claim to have been hyena- PLANT SYSTEM.

w iiRoBBiv*. WAiTC.as.GaA BAHloBBIXS this city was called over the telephone tized. Was any one ever hypnotized to

A GRAHAM, t' to come-in haste to a certain residence do anything good

1.-r on Peaohtree street When be arrived A woman with a new dress that i ii

I 11, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, there, be was confronted by the becoming isn't satisfied until the ma
, From 12 lady of the house, a well known leader i she like best and the woman she like
LiciIIoLBn:- a. m.,
y ( and 3 to 4 plmto In the social set, who told him that least have seen it-Atchlson Globe. Jerfeot: : UPassengror Searvico.

. Brevard Co. Florida. PERSONAL GOSSIP. there was a freeze up in the water pipes I
,
: TITCSVILU Sul,Ice. The Rer Hngh Price Hnghesof England somewhere which soe wanted him to 3Do-a."bl wily Trair.Q: :
,. :,, In all the court*--etat* and fed. undo for her so that abe could get at '
14 old
practice was only years when he addressed The Globe Gas Engine Co. PhlladalphlA
the The went to work ,
water. plumber
; K UIfacllltlei for examining and perfect a pnblio meeting from the pulpit Unexcelled
Tj1 a. title and investigated the house from top to Pullman Equipment. *i {-
: Money to Loan. I bottom, spending the entire day in the
, Dr. Conan Doyle managed to pick up of the
--- search for the frosen part pipe.He
. FORGE w MORTON, $19,000 in his nine weeks' experience finally came down and told the lady
of this country And this is one reason that the I
of the
that he was opinion
r NOTARY PUBLIC, why he likes it so much. pipes were all right and that there was Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. Q

.' Canaveral '. Florida. Sir Julian Paanccfote has been madea no freeze out anywhere. 2
narlfood ,
/
member of the council he "and ll' "' to
queen's privy "Pardon me, madam, said Montgomery,
1 Coo eyaDclng carefully executed. and will be entitled to precede his name don't think me impertinent, bnt did
Satisfaction with the words, "Right Honorable. first of the II II II to Tifton
I ale mortgages, etc., you pay your water bill the 1

blank on hand. Lady Colin Campbell who for some month"
years was on the staff of the London The lady of the house was thunder ;
-- World, is about to start a paper, The struck. She remembered that she had These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers :

f I.VOB S. JONES, Realm, on her own account and will be not paid the water bill; that it had gone i
to New York Washington Philadelphia
its publisher and editor. over by mistake or forgetfnlness. ,

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. Hassan Alt the Egyptian giant now "Well," said the plumber, "therein Baltimore
Nashville Louisville Cincinnati
fcrC&VILLE, B RE YARD CO., FLA on exhibition in Berlin and exciting lies the freeze out. Your water supply" Six home-power, marine weight TM-llw., apace! ,
.
has been cut off by the water man. renired :tttxM Im he*.
the interest of Professor Virchow and
County Judge of Brevard County. other anthropologists, is only 16 years Of course the plumber's bill ran the Mnnnrartnrrninf the moot IVrfect, H.-IUM. St. Louis, Mobile, New Orleans, Atlanta, and
thermometer down a few degrees far and kcaiiiiinU l Motor for l.aunehes and \'at'hi,.
f---- old, but is already almost 7 feet 0 Inches In the market r.uov: to mart, run nntll .,nl'J",1 Chattanooga. .
ther, and the "freeze out" was com- with little attention aim builder uf
,
I .L iAFLDtl J. T. SAJCDEKS, In height very ;
plete.-Atlanta Constitution. lannrhe complete end nutlmmrjr motor.
Yatary Ruskin, a correspondent who recently JIKNJ. .1FROMK,
H.\tLDEX &; SANDERS, saw him at Orantwood says, is not the Bow a Fish Comes to the 8nmA -. Bole Agent; for Hrevard. end I Image.4'<>'":
.
, J Ht I.in le, r iiCatalogue
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, feeble old man he hits been represented curious physiological discovery has *and prices on application
in recent report He walks briskly and Bohr of
Professor Copenhagen
been made
by ---- --- -
nlll rauli I 'e In all the Court of the Stat
rbe: !:U,and the United State Court shows little evidence of feeling his in regard to the mode of storage

|P.0.Bu*.235. TITUS V1LLE, LA. weight of 75 years. by which a fish accumulates so much W. L. I DOUGLAS

Alone, to Loan. IS General Count von fleecier of the oxygen in the air that distends the swim I t .

German army is a stem old soldier anda ming or air bladder. I $3 Sn0EriTroaAK! .*. tr. stem .
strict disciplinarian. He has been The air contained therein has a percentage tlt5aw
TOME REYNOLDS, sD. CORDOVAN; P
known to stop a subordinate in the street of oxygen that may rise to as mNCHtCNAMfLUD 051.7.4$3S9 .

TTORXEY-AT-LAW. and make him remove his boots and much as 85/, an amount much in excess fiNE CAM&K NCAaoaf "

stockings to see If his feet were clean. of the percentage in atmoHpherio air. f 13,49pOlICESSOUS.T .

Mrs. Oscar Wilde, when Browning Professor Bohr tapped the air bladdersof I
Ilutchinson
Avenue was calling on her at one of her Sunday codfish and drew off the gas by mean j .2 f : : EN's. ,

ftwMlle, Florida. afternoons asked him to write something 1 of a trocar and airtight syringe. The 12.4119 BDys'SCHDOlSHDES n .err
I-- in her autograph album wherein gas had 63 per cent of oxygen. In a few 'LAD I E't'

many famous people had written. hours the air bladder was refilled ap s3t23s2.tLoQNtOLbarti
HOWELl TITUS, "With pleasure, said Browning and parently by a process of secretion of gas .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. wrote, "From a poet to a poem. from the blood in the capillaries on the .?} 'Alp"G cutila.asocxrorLrvass .
wall of the bladder. In one experimentthe .
Captain Hornfrey, a retired officer of Over One Million People wear the
I tactic In State and Federal court*. Land thus secreted had 80 per cent of
JJn: pecialty. Attorney for Board of the Eleventh hussars in the, who British, after stir, oxygen.gas Vhen the nerves connected W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 ShoesAll The INN, Port Tampa, open) all tale year
ring experiences army
aotf Commissioner,and Solicitor. hoes
County with the organ were severed the secretion our are equally satisfactory
Fought in the war of the rebellion and the beat value for the e
They give -
ceased and the not refill
fUB was
<> M. TITCSVILLE, FLA. organ fit.Thalrwearingqualitiesaviensurpanal.t.
under Garibaldi being wounded in bat They equal cultom shoes In ctyle and .

tie six: times met an inglorious death in ed.It thus that when a flub descends The price are "nl'orm..tampe on (ol..
ID FREEMAN HALL, London the other day, being run over bya appears From 1 1 to *i saved. over other mikei.
butcher's cart to a great depth, and his body is If lour dealer cannot supply you...an. boldby] The Plant Steamship Line.
of
increased
reduced in size by pressure
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW
Few people know perhaps that Mrs the water about him be is able to attain' GEO. B. RUMPH ,

dflst7LLx, FLORIDA. Thomas A. Edison can with truth and his former size and rise secreting the Florida
Tltusvllle, -
Agency for Fire and Accident Insure propriety be addressed as "countess. gas he needs and not by absorbing it 1\.o..t 111111i'lellh': St enu..hip cH..ic.c

in the best and strongest com- At any rate, her husband had the title from the water. Support is thus givento
bwiei i of count conferred upon him by appreciative the theory that the gaseous exchange FRA1fK S.EvrRItTl' Tu....J. O'IIRIF.1f.F. in (lio oittltet'rt 'Vllt . 4.n I

French friends-a title for that occur in the lungs of animal are .
which by the way, he says he has little not purely physical-Baltimore Son. B. EVERETT & CO.. Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa,
ISCUU BAY, DADE COUNTY. use, although duly grateful for the
Key West and Havana.
J f W E\VAN, honor. The King; of Belt-lain. + FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. + +

!. U. S. COMMISSIONER. A tall slim rigid faced man of austere
week between Port Tampa and Mobile.!
rotary Public State at Large. HYMNS AND HYMN WRITERS. man-Der is the king of Belgium. Hit !I Wholesale and Retail Dealers la 1 Elegant Ship every _

forehead is broad, his feature keen his
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. "Awake, my soul to joyful lays" beard full and heavily streaked with INDIAN RIVER U. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, '

Correspondence solicited. Address: was written by Samuel Medley in 1787. gray. King Leopold is 70 years old anda I& Savannah, in.
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, mind" FISH OYSTERS TURTLE
"Let ns with a gladsome was simple lived, quiet potentate, who dl. "
Office Ewan's
Landing.
John Milton when only 16 -- --- -
written by vides his spare time between studying --- .
years old. scientific problem and outwalking his GAME

GEORGE W. ALLEN, "Of him who did salvation bring" courtiers. He eats or drinks sparingly &
Boehm from Hotels and Dealers Supplied Florida (Central peninsular Railroad
was translated by A. W. sleep on a camp bed, rise abnormally The

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the Latin of St Bernard."O early loves England and bates any. BRANCH{ HOUSE: West Palm Beach, Fla

Jesus, light of all below," was form of entertainment, especially theaters. -- -
Ie1 West, Florida. translated by Edward Caswell from St He is, however a ravenous reader Short Lino ct\tceit. Tlorhlii and nil Northern I'olnt.

WW Bernard's hymn, "Jesu Dulcis Memo- and is posted up to date, not only on
practice In the United States rta" matters of political importance, but Everett Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore .
and State Courts. OjunOSR. with the court gossip of the day. Per- In
"Joy to the world" was by Isaac being sonally he cannot be said to be popular Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
Watts. It has been popularized by

D B. L. WiLLS, set to a fragment of melody fromDandel'l with his subjects,and but be zealous is not adversary a bad. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, LouUvllle, Cincinnati,
"Messiah." sort, as kings go, a
anti

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, "Brightest and best of the ions of he declared of capital before punishment his accession"Never,, "shall" Poor Everett Chicago, Birmingham Holly hpilnK, MemtiliU, Little Rock, Kansas City, St.

written by Reginald Louis, Chicago, hloux City.
the morning" was "
of blood flow during reign
my
TITt-S\1LLE, FLORIDA. Heber and first published In The Christian a drop York Advertiser. hirer Junction, lYnmroU Mobile, New Orleans Texan, Mexico, California
-New
OFFII'I-IIutchinlon Avenue, near Observer In 1811. and the Pacific Coant. J:rrt..thalr.. ii I M, 1 }HOfi.N .

the hdian River hotel "Hark, the glad sound," Is regarded For cupped Hand Healthmeans ..w York Ilmllml cud Now York Fsatt..w. .
Melileava Ja'ku.nvllls. 1:(Ml a. m. and a.4Uii. ,
as the masterpiece of Philip Doddridge. "The nicest thing for chapped hands a.erett.Mavcnnah.l'ulublc,dally, with ItiriMigh Ilillman rUeriwn for
It was written by him to be sung at the that I have yet struck," said an observing r.ee. >;' : Wanhlnicum. Italtlmiire -

11I J I. W. LICHTY, close of a Christmas service In 1780. woman, "i* a preparation of glycerin so much more than 1 Kjuiern, Thilaileljilila.point: :*. Arrive! New*Jacksonville lork, llonton IOJUa.ni.ami all

"If human kindness meets return" U rosewater and benzoin. Any imagine-serious and ? sow and a-J(>|>. in.
you .. Tan between St. A uini'tlne anilNow
+ 'oIllJ..rtwen' !
1 PHYSICIAN by Gerard T. Noel It originally appeared druggist will mix it for yon. The proportions fatal diseases result from w ) Lurk lulng car to and from Washing
AND SURGEON, the follows: To an ounce of
in a volume of travels by are as 's av.w ton.
author entitled, ."Sketches Italy and glycerin and an ounce of rosewater add trifling ailments neglected. '-I.-r '

Fart Pierce, Florida. Switzerland" published 18IS. 30 drop of benzoin. It should be put Don't play with Nature's '" .: ( / Country(rely U..o' Mlddl.Through Sk.rldc'ho,Po..UI,1 e'en.ars.laani 1111I

share" upon the hand after washing them but V : leasJarka.rtvlll. sou: e. re..
"O love divine that stooped to before they are wiped. The benzoin greatest gift-health.Browns S.'. 4 t 4 far 1.\.1.1). ". (-IIi ..adl..,,.. .."ntl..lo.T.IIb : .
Oliver Wendell Holmes and _. I1her "bearnla. 1Ih.. .
J'Jon ASPINWALL, was by In one of the series of papers seems to have an antiseptic quality that If yes srs testis y, a N..Urloa....and tho ,,",1m.tb.... ....,..... ('allf"rala -
first appeared i* particularly grateful to too susceptible out of eon weE r.. p. 1 and the Lilac (teal l'arrl.. 81..ra... I
entitled "The Professor at the *ad In..II, *a- ."' / Arrives J..n. ,111.1tJU: a. ...
In The At- kin. kaealed nervov*, ,
Table published '
Breakfast ,
KEVL ESTATE INSURANCE. kav no appetitend % I.erasJsckwavlil.5:51;....fur atarke,Ilawtlkirm '
November I860. cant work, .
lantio Monthly for The IMfir..esYoung uk. 1 o 14 Hllver Hiirlnirlicala, taiuMville, <....ar
"Jesus, accept the praise" ia by Ardoppe-Is it right to ..a1"deem" begin laltll.r.U.at once J/ t N Key, Wllilwoxl, Ijnutliurt, Tavaree AM>i>ka,
lA t all bin itrnitkcnlnc Ifruuwlo, UuHMichM, iHule llty, I'Unl City,
liLLlE, FLORIDA. Charles Wesley. It Is often used by or "oofuider, Mite ArrensfMi Iron nedlclne.wkkk k* j Taw"a. Arrive jM.k: avilktt xrup.wI .
--- branches of Methodists at the close of ** Arres -Oh, both are allowable. Browse Iron killer 1''
annual conferences. Two other Far instance, I deem you a very nice .. A few bo.. I rim'Innall and fl-rMa Muilttd. nave Jack-
J L A RUE P ELY, the tlee care benestcome Y a r 9 0 0 .,__ a.uvlllaa.e/p. m. Solid.%* tll>ulo Train. Tint
hymns are also used on this occasion young man but I cannot consider you from the I. r p a little ovrr%hour to C Iw::lunall, ,la Macon.
I\L "Blest be the dear uniting love," and at all-Indianapolis Journal Bitters very (ret doee-itI ? Atlanta ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE AND eras' ittu rwrA lti 1..lnll..>. ('bl<'alCO and all point* north anilweel.
Lonis
"And let our bodies part -*B& end It'spleaaant a. Arrive Jacksonville. :Jo a. m. .
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. to lake. netrmczmea A _

rutx'tarn, Public for the State at Larje.W. GlobeDemocratTHE PITH ADon't POINT. errrr Holly Springs Route, gt.IvMil I*,.Kanau via: ,
..'filiation' a* Government and State FASHION PLATE. It Cures _._'. a Chkaico.' l' av. Jw kuwville a 40 p. a'.
love them. Show m .
tell peoplyoll r Maoun, Atlanta, rUnulufnam, Holly P|>rlng .

_. MELHOnLU. .1.4. feature of gowns foe It Dyspepsia, Kidney end Liver Melopklaa .rl.gasldNanaaally *l. I> U, Chlcairo, 8loas flty. Thronch ftleoiwn' withoutrhanifo
The principal make to Kansa lily: and St. U ui!., and only owe luange to Chicago and Sioux Lily ArriveJaikxinvlll
Velvet i day wear is the soft fur trimmings with It often happen that people Neuralgia' Trouble, .. 10 JU a. m.
ribbon is enormous quantitiee&lid embellished. mistake on purpose. .O F. M. Kocal for Taliahawes anil Intenuedlat nulnte. Arrive Ju !boevillsS105.mFor
Bad Blood .
which they am Constipation, : .: Amv.Ja
Ina variety of coloring and rich .3 P. M. for fauipa and InieruMdlaM point I I'ulluuin elsrler.
will work harder to get kxxivllle t.*. ..., with"rorMaconTTtlanU.
effects wiU be mid for decorating spring Very pretty use U now made of perforated Some men Malaria, Nervous ailment elea.Nraerllkr.lurtaabwgandA.ha. leave Jw dally at p.

*'**** for both day and evening wear. broadcloth. It i* utilized in the even than to get money. Women's complaint n .two Train iMtlly. Leave Jivkwnvlllo IM a. n. and 1'40 p. m. Pullman
Soft asset buckskin collars and creation of capes, both short and log All people like to be called bad in a Cwt ooly the,...I *-H ka croHed red paMcnifer to Atlsata. oils* (be Hvlly aprlad.. ile |..r*can mauls U tbtlr .berth until*ell a. m.ruflinan .
vests on all Night I Tesina.Fr'
muff., embroidered and fur edged and I The new dress skirt U rounded in a laughing kind of a way. Mnote Beaus*.the On wrapper.raceys t of Anlsaasare.sb-two.,.damp .. sent Blxcuer for Ilea la....... Townblu Map of FlorW lo
VaIn en alte. with cloth and velvet manner so as to fall in long straight Older people get mad about the same will seed Mt of T.n BonnUfnl World
i Fnlr and book-Ire* A. a MAtDOXKLL,
VUw
fullness on the N. S. FENNLNGTON,
no people giggling-
Iff6art among the fancies of the folds, with little or thing that seta young BROWN CHEMICAL CO. IAl.TIYOIII"o. '

....af' teason. I' hips. nothing. .__y r Trsffio Manager General Passenger Ag'L.stir '
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MAY 17, 1895.

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-+ IIDUI RIPER 'ADVOCATE. .4- GENERAL Improvement in bust atton from the government the MAMMOTH VEGETABLES I JA.H Parrc-HASD, Prelldent; W, Cashier B. BAltl&TT Vice.i'resideah. -

ness is reported from all commercial Clydes may want the trade of this
centres. There is no doubt section very badly and they may Produced by the Soil About RIVER STATE
INDIAN
a W..L1' IOO.IIAL ato1'ao TO TIa D.r.LOP..IITOW :
I BA
'..IIIMAII..U Arro the country is entering upon a run a small steamer between Jacksonville White City. Njncorporated

LA KB WMUTH tBOTIOIII. permanent period .prosperity.. and Santa Lucia inlet con.net.tlng Mr. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, business '
Florida may be slower than other with their ships at Jacksonville manager of the canal company, recently ( under the of the State of Orl'lr.l.'I'.I. .

states to feel the improvement ; and if so, they will run a brought over a party consisting of Authorized capital

into w.Lrta 8. GASAMAssociate that is to be expected, for we were line on the river between Tltusville Mr. Clarence Fairbanks, of Carrolton Paid $iooc

.Editor: Manager, CH.AI tLWAtTO* the last to feel the effect of hard I and Jupiter, to pick up and deliver Bluff I ; Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Eldred, Mrs.C. up capital, $25,(

times, but it will not be many freight.An T. McCarty and Muter Bryant Mc Average deposits, $300
months before the of business outlet at Santa Lucia inlet,
wave Carty, of Ankoua, on a visit to some of
Office: Washington Avenue, Titusvllle improvement will be felt in Florida or better still, at Cape Canaveral, the truck farmers of the colony. The Transacts a General :

Indian River, Florida. and the freeze and its night is what we must have before the following are among the things they Bait

marA will be forgotten. steamboat business can be made to saw : Onions, S Inches In diameter; eel I' Business,

PUBLISHED XTEBT FRIDAY. pay on Indian River again. ery, 18 Inches high; cucumbers, 0 Inches

(C. 31. GARDNER editor of the long; parsnips, 21 Inches In diameter; i tT Largest and Oldest/! Back on the t
West Palm Beach Gazetteer and HCPltKMtt COURT.Hend In diameter strawberries k -
Inches
Check etc., may he made payable to "Graham tomatoes, 4 ; % -
A Walton," pnlilinhw and proprietor Sheriff Dodge, of bade county, hada 1 Inch In diameter; turnips, 4 s = Its nisic7om;

Rufcxrlptlon.Twelve war of words on the streets at Note to Supreme Court Inches In diameter; cabbage; 10 Inches of J.UI'1tI'J''RAIIOW.JI the National Hank ">f,H.14\I,,,,". T,,,,,.,,
Dionth, 11.80 West Palm Ileacb, last Saturday.It })Dctlftlon January Term In diameter; buckwheat, 30 Inches high; IHRKEK: (\lcelreMdrm ."nil III w,
81:11: 1.00 seems Brother Gardner had pub. 1 SU.). sweet corn, 00 Inches high; oats, 60 Jacksonville. ), W. 8. CRAM ,? son! "
Tbree" jw lashed an article reflecting severelyon 20 Inches
Inches high; red clover, high; COnRElI'ONtHO'
Single copy, .5 the in which the sheriff Seaboard National Hank I gyp.
Btrlrtly In advance. manner George Zapf, Plaintiff In Error, vs. The watermelons, measured the longest way National Dank of Jacks "I'', "art
has been performing his official State of Florida, Defendant In Error. 15 Inches in circumference; cauliflower, '. usrILLE 11"'L.i'-a
The above rate Inrlndfl the payment of pont duties. The sheriff ,
on meetingthe
Irish
age bv n*. HnliM-rlpllen* can commence anytime -Dade county. 6 Inches In diameter; potatoes, ,
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during the year.DlMvintlnnannt editor, pronounced the article Lennox, J.) weighing 9 ounces each; growth of grapevines --

referred to as'a "d-d lieand 1. A record which only shows that a since February, 48 Inches; canto-
of a Ivtii. must be made |" rtonally -
at thin offlc-e or tiy writing threatened the editor with bodily "jury was Impaneled to try this cause," loupes nearly ripe. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
if,he referred him
injury to
ever
-T is fatally defective In not showing that Among the places visited was a two-
MrMBFR: OF again in a similar manner. Brother the field to Mr. Geo. F. '
jury was sworn. acre belonging
Made for Soil 3 inch
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, i Gardner exhibited some "sand," 2. The fact of the jury being sworn Miles, of St. Aujtu tlne. Last fall this Sandy Having Tread,
AFrlLIATFOlVITII TUB: and said his articles in future should dense of saw-palmetto and
appear of record, and a recital was a growth
Xnttonal frhtonnl Atfoctation.A4drr would be a little stronger than be that they were sworn In the bill of exceptions small pines Grubbed In the usual man
fore. No blows were struck but the 5th ot February It was
does not cure the defect. ner, on day
all communication to the 1'roprle- it is more than likely the editor 3. There Is no Inference that the jury planted in Irish potatoes, fertilized with

to*, will be called upon to defend himself was sworn from the use of the word 750; pounds of blood and bone per acre,

GIUimiA 0 WALTON, from personal violence upon "Impaneled." Impaneling has nothing was cultivated once, shovel-plowed once

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE the appearance of his next issue, to do with the drawing, selecting and and hood once.
unless he shows the white feather.
FLORIDA. swearing jurors but simply means make Just 80 days from planting, they com
TrriwviiLK
!
We in position
are not a to expressan ing the list of those who have been se menced to dig for market. Some of the
-- opinion on the merits of the
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White
lected. largest weighed 0 ounces each.
TUB United States government case, but the sheriff is sworn to Judgment reversed. City, less than eighteen months old, lies

said the Spanish warship Infanta maintain the peace and dignity of Bobbins, Graham &0 Chlllingworth for In the midst of thousands of acres just

Isabella must not be delayed by the state, and under no circumstances Plaintiff In Error; William B. Lamar, as good, waiting to be developed.TimesUnion. .- FOR SALE BY -
the regulations but the is he warranted in committing .
quarantine ,
Attorney-General, for the State. EDWARD STXLXN"G
Florida State Hoard of Health held a breach of the peace. If i ,

the Spanish craft just the same. Brother Gardner has been guiltyof FLORIDA'S PROSPECTS. COW PEAS. The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer.- -

Great is the Florida State Boardof libel, the sheriff has his remedy OOOO.A., :In.c1.i.an.Et.i.:: : 'Vcr, FLORID
this of in the courts. lIe must not take
Health. In matter quarantine Advertise the State. Editor Adl'oral/:
it is Just as big as Uncle the law in his own hands ; no one
Much has been said and written on
has to do that CHICAGO, May 14, 1805.ATetlrt. .
Sam. any right ; certainlynot the value of cow as a restorer of i
an officer of the court, whose Graham A. Walton: peas ASPHALT I ROOF I PAINTGround
worn out lands. This plant is undoubtedly
THE United States court has hit duty it is to preserve the peace no Dear Sirs-I wish to give voice to a of the greatest value to maintain a
lawa matter whether the objectionablearticle sentiment which I so often hear expressed -
the South Carolina dispensary mechanical condition of soil favorable to
is true or Ifalse. i In Chicago, but of which I believe Ground In Pure :
hard blow. It decides that no vegetable growth, and also to accumulate Agents Wanted.
state has the power to forbid or Florida Is Ignorant, and It will do her so nitrogen from the atmosphere. It oil, Red Brown an d

prevent its citizens importing al. THE: SUSPENSION OF THE INDIAN much good to know It through the columns belongs to that family of plants having and highest J Write for Sample

coholio liquors for their privateuse RIVER STEAMBOAT of the ADVOCATE.It the property of assimilating air nitrogen, Black Prices,
from another state, because Is only this: That It Is a great mistake and thus enriches, In its element, the :
:
such a law would be a discrimination COMPANYIs to think that the prospect of northern soil in which It is grown without requiring Asphaltum. catalogue, E.

against the products of an. emigration to Florida has been ma- a manurial equivalent in kind as does

uther state, and contrary to the a matter which every one who terially hurt by the misfortunes which wheat corn and most other staple crops. FOE J.A..JN'J'JNGTIN

inter-state commerce law. has the welfare of Indian River at last winter's frosts undeniably were to The claim made for cow peas are frequently IRON and
SHINGLE
Florida. I almost inclined ROOFS Factory Farm and Ra
heart must look upon with great am to say very extravagant. The plantcan ,

A BIRMINGHAM (Ala.,) Htm has regret Those who live along the on the contrary for Florida, because accumulate nitrogen only, from road
Buildings Freight Cars and
received an order for one hundred line of the railroad may not feel much talked about, and that is always sources other than soil. There Is no Bridges, Fences

tons of pig iron from a firm in the suspension of steamboat trans. desirable when you have anything to ad atmospheric potash or phosphoric acid. Iron Work of
Liverpool, England. This looks as portation nearly as much as those vertise. I think I am in a position to These substances can be supplied for every Kind.

if the iron industry Is no longer InDeed whose farms, plantations, kroves judge better than most people, for I have cow pea culture, just as they are for corn Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Rea
of protection and that Amer. and homes are situated on Merritts frequent calls from countrymen, enquiring or cotton.

ica can compete with the world.It Island or the east side of the river, about Florida, and hear their reas Cow peas require the mineral element Roofing, and all kinds of

is especially gratifying to note on the Waveland peninsula and oning. Only yesterday a man called on of fertilizers to enable them to stole up oofin.g: : Supplies, FROM
that it is the south which furnishesthis along the St. Lucie river ; but me for information; he told me that If nitrogen. Without a goodly supply

effective object lesson. those who have no regard for the he decided to go, quite a number would potash they cannot thrive. Notwithstanding The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

interests of their fellow citizens come after Mm. Referring to the frost, : its high content of nitrogen It Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,

THE obscure little station of who are situated less fortunatelythan he said it had scared nobody. "If"any must contain quite two-thirds as much 3200 to 3300 WIlllanuburgAie., Richmond, Va.

Victoria in (range county, locatedon themselves, cannot plead not thing like that should frighten us, he potash, and about one-fourth as much
guilty to the charge of selfishness said, "we could, of course, not go farming acid. The of ----
the F C. & 1' Il'y has been ; phosphoric analysis the --- -
the shipping point for about five and, besides, it is not certain that any place on earth. I think Florida whole plant is as follow:

thousand barrels of Irish potatoes those whose lands are traversed by people were altogether too much discouraged : Nitrogen . . .3.6 per cent Merchant'sMetal
the railroad will not suffer more or offer the freeze, and they made Potash.. . . . . ..3.0" I
during the past few weeks. These less as a result of the suspensionof northern visitors undoistand that they Phosphoric acid. . .f.. ...1.0" "'
tubers
dollars probably barrel.bring about five; the Indian River Steamboat; were 10."We. This means that to store one ton of "Spanish"

per Twenty-five- edm pang. I know now the worst that could nitrogen the plant must be fed with

small thousand community dollars flowing within into a few a During the pineapple shipping happen to Florida, and I am very sure 1,000 pound of potash and 555: pounds ..* TILES. *-

last that has learned something of phosporto acid. These materials cannot
season the everybody
.: summer,
weeks, from the sale of one agricultural growers \Ve have three dlrtlndSliei
product, is not so bad.;: had excellent service as the resultof from it. Some will take better precautions be obtained through the intervention for Straight Surf,..".
others will raise different thingson of bacteria; they must be present It Hi.
The state has not to the competition. Will they have as ; vU: : 7x10.: iOniC.
"deranition bow. yet "gone despite the good next year ? If the railroad their land." in the soil In an available form, or be sl A* well TILE M a Special tat ComulBurfacet Graduated

freezes of the wows.winter. company is bound to get all the As I- said, I hear the above Ideas expressed supplied In the shape of mineral fertili .

past crop anyway, will they eo out of so often that I thought I oughtto zers. The soils of the south have already

their way to get it as they did-last tell the Indian River and Florida been almost scraped clean of pot C The most Ornamental
Wi have received a copy of the summer ; will they stop at people In general. But I do think It a ash by the exportation of cotton and Roof made, and thor
report of W. N. hheats, superintendent every is done cotton products. In a oughly storm-proof,
plantation to pick up a few crates, great pity that no advertising In measure, phosphoric
of public instruction, or will they make the growers haul this line. People actually do not know acid has been replaced from timeto The"STAR" Ventilator.

showing the apportionment of tile their productions a mile or more where to go for Florida Information. time In shape of acid phosphate, but Ws gnaraD. "ALASKA"

Me mill school tax. The apportUament to the station at Fort Pierce, An. Meanwhile, people booming California the deficiency of potash has never been Galvanlied Copper or Iron.Bnua.tee high
u made on the basis of kona Eden and havIng adequately made A luxuriant I ..alp ate.ire "MERCHANTSROOFIHG'
the or Jensen as the ease have been busy this winter, are up. yieldof Absolutely the best ores-
average attendance scholars may be P If so, then every pineapple three or four excursions monthly. i cow peas i* sure to follow a reasonable meotal, DUBble Storm. made by the "
in the various counties ot the of and l'ahD on
application potash, cannot be hfouf
to look at for
grower will want the shell It Is most discouraging !'rooe...
obtained without it.
eUie pupil!, in the rate being 1,40 for each road, and it he can't get it on ae- one whoso sympathy U with Florida, S. PEACOCK I Prevent down draught (Incorporated)
attendance nineteen of
;
count of being so guilty of shortsightedness and who knows that only a little Chicago
MERCHANT
the & Co.
Bounties show decrease in
5ij
a Arch St. Philadelphia Pa.
to-daj, how he will grit Is needed to make the stream flow i ,
average\ attendance of scholars as mourn for his old friend, the In. easily towards Florida. John B, Stetson University
eompusod with last and ,
year I'
diaji River steamboat MK. Loris Pio. ---- -- -
twenty-tix counties show an Inerease What. vain company. DcLaml, Florida.For .
remorse he will feel for For Kent
,
Sirevard county among the not Having hooded the a Brick Store. For Sale.A .
latter !Ot $921.20 this repeated advice The Weather and Crops. both Bne College, Normal School
gets year, .of the ADVOCATE, and given it Academy, Art School: and Conservatory of Do.you need a good brick store In an '
us compared with |658> .00 for the a share of hU Mu.lo An Institution of Ural rank acuity of excellent position la town, and away pineapple plantation of tees
year enilm June 30, 1894. support before it The Jacksonville Weather-Crop Bulletin twenty teaciwn Seven decant buildlnn. from wooden buildings If so, call on acres, on Indian River; dwelling aL
pal&611.eut- of a existent this week says: "A most excellent and heated cold by waterpIratte.. Thoroughly by electnctty: a. ulppedwithMilita. Hot Robbins A Graham or C. II. Walton, packinghouses; two acres under uri;
Steamboat transportation on Indian week. The refreshing and copious of l'b.ICat Culture, ADVOCATE: office, Titusvllle Fla. Lion for vegetables. Enquire of
IJ1:61'1.1'Al'e: bewail <*op l rIU for men. : ">
beginning to River 'U ) CUAS. II. UOWLAMWaveland
something of room
the the rains have given Increased vitalityto S.OUO volume*. Reading wltb all leading Fn
fate of the Indian River Steam. task[ It it waste of time to theorize I periodical and daily and weekly paper.
Pineapple
Slips and
all vegetation and staple product chemical and Suckers.
boat physical
is Thoroughly
company Sympathy cheap as to what might !have been, or conditions t..rat.building for Munio and
and a certain pace is said to be the cause of failure of the Indian Partial cloudiness and warm An Schools, with artists of established reputation Write for prices on .. 1. Cayenne Sloop For Sale.
paved with good intentions but River Steamboat The followed by frequent rains characterizedthe n. 1KD4 In charge Bend for Second catalogue term, giving open full December information Abbaka, Jamaica Ripley and Queen slips -
what is the renMfy, if this section cosipany greater portion of the state, weather ,to and suckers to For sale iloon Irene. 4Ott.x1jf
same
Is threatened with Johns thing happened on the St. becoming lear, with reduced tempera- JOHN F FORBES, President. a:. C. B. TTXDALL tonnage, 18 27-100;* In-firtclation. fowl
a monopoly as river wbea
that stream was 13th. To fully aveland, Fla. New sails head-room In .AbiI
and ;
bad, if not srgrae, than the one paralleled by the J, T A K W. tore oo the 12th for I Best party or trade boat of her size <,
which appreciate :ate bright crop prospect HO I FOR BISCAYNE BAY tE.
ruled u. Ixfore railroad R'y a few years ago. is I the river. Price 40000. Apply
building began tout* of Daytona fAn only repeating itelf. Of History the first decade of May, It 1* only necessary Queen Suckers For Sale. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Cap*
course, with the i Peter Nelson where s
outlet is Nay. the to male a comparison condition Titusvllle. Fla.,
ocean fade thing. freeze and destruction GREAT OBJECTIVE rom *
of the be t>
THE I hare about may Been.
of 18W
the same period twenty-fire or thirty
igation during Homesetkera. When
on the high seas is the orange and pineapple you get thousand
crops hastened deficiency In there ._ very nice Queen suckers for
when there.. general Stop at
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cheapest kind of transportation the suspension which would sale; all from young plants that have Sutk

and a highway which ail the com- have had to come sooner or. im*.. rainfalL ___L_ uu'_' never bourne an apple. Will be ready Fancy Pineapple Slips and
-q -''' .t1enta m.uo ealJCJClal I The Lemon Hotel for early delivery.For .
lined wealth of Wall street cannot anyway. "Several Oorreapi! City ers For Sale.
reference to this.w llent outlook for a prices and further particulars,
control Work for a harbor at What of the future Well addreu,
an and lowlands
Santa Lucia inlet or Canaveral, the St. Johns river the Cljdes,* a tier large corn crop. Da aoth high I At Lemon City the terminus of the ALFRED Cox "Egyptian Queeu" and "AbbakM-'
moat gratifying.
and we will have competition wblch a time put on a line of steam the outlook U : Hack Line on Biscayne Bay. Airy CliMate Plantation Apply to HADDOCK A MATTHAM-
will incurs proper rates by rail ers to connect with their ships 10 many Instance the t *-eUng period rooms, comfortable beds, good table, Eden, Fla. The Palm Beach Pinery
and at his been reached but It dark greeD terms reasonable ur_.*. D..I.._.. n: _A li F1a.
satisfactory service. As longas Jacksonville. Perhaps eo- & &1"I ---' -
our riverway remains bottledup I obtain similar results eolor still obtains, Indicative *' vigor' and 5y'- Good fishing and hunting la the I (Job work cheaply, neatly and expeditiously I
may on Indian River neighborhood. executed at the ADVOCATE office
all other wawJies will be unsatisfactory -j in the future. If Santa Lucia in- 'I. uberant growth." I). M. COVXOLLV: I'rop. Tltuiville... Circulars, hand bills, note, -The Walton Rapid Calking Mastic<
Jt sbi/uJd receive proper coailder. Wc.r.a. Lemon heads, letter bead, envelopes, state I Ko one, W; Jfo. two, 110; No. three >*:
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Awarded Capt. Blake, of LaVe Helen, are staying

Honors-World'* Fair. with their parent at their handsome .Complete Fertilizersfor

, 1 Highest -DR; cottage on the beach. The captain COCOA ICE WORKS

thlnkslCoronado Just right, and Coron- potatoes, fruits, and all vegetables acquire (to secure'the largest ,

ado people think highly of the captainand and best
his family. yield quality) Ooooci, F1or1.da. i


Mr. Klngsbery, at present a resident of At Least IO'/ Actual Potash. NOW XN OI'nI: .bTION. '

,"JiBAKINfi Orlando, was one of the first to find out
the advantages of Coronado, and built a Results of experiments prove this conclusively How and
cottage here He
has not been on the Manufacturer -
beach, till this week, since the present why, is told in our pamphlets a. b

proprietor took the hotel, and was surprised They are tent free. It will cot you nothing to read them and they wilt\ sere yon IOE & DIsrrILLEDV'. A"J EJt

at the changes he found.In dollarv __ GERMAN_KALI *'ORK8.M Na.... Street New Vota. 1
ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
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front of the village, and for miles

north and south, the smooth, level from which he shipped 00 crates, leavinga Daytona. Refrigerators; Ice Chests, Freexers and Water Coolers.
beach will number of crates still on the vines. lIe
POQIR I average over a thousand feet )rr. IInlIrll.. Jas. Cooke left for the
raised these beans without using one
wide.
At Coronado there are no slews, north on Thursday. Lake Worth Ice Works
and pound of fertilizer. Who can beat it? ,
MADE. I absolutely no undertow, so that as )Villannie, our popular je'llel4'r.has ,
MOST PERFECT the tide Dr. J. J. Finn left here short time
come In even children a
been ill for
I may
quite a fortnight. PALM BEACH FLA.
11 pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free bathe with perfect safety.Mr. ago for his home at Flndley's Lake, New ,
I lorn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant York He has had calls Mr. C. E. Sppnre<< proprietor of Hotel
Susset, the genial editor of the many urgent Spenoo, lift on the north-bound train on
1
YEARS THE STANDARD. -- -- ------
40 from former patients to back there,
go
Monday.
Orange City Times, with his young Ife, '
spent few days at the Coronado recently and practice medicine again, and finally Captain O. S. Porter, we of our moot P

and the guests and hotel folks yielded. His departure was very much progressive citizens, has gone north fora HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
Lotus. generally who regretted by all the permanent resident! few weeks.
nrp always pleased to
find a musician of merit them of this place; but MO hope to have him There are four more new residences

D A. Ramsay paid Cocoa a visit among back among us next w inter. being elected on Kidgewood. The town MANUFACTURED BY -
jlr were delighted to discover In Mr. Susset Is building improving In
last week a excellent and The May Day festival, held in the or- up steadily
very pianist a composer spite of hard times.

Delightful weather, with refreshing of no mean order. An evening of music ange grove of Mr. (5co. Quarterman\ Mr. Urower has rented Ills homo on Chapman & Sudlow
almost daily. and on made May 4th, was a grand success from start ,
showers I song Saturday was more the coiner of liUlgewood: and Hollywood
Vegetable shipping has about ceased interesting by Mr. fcusset's contiibutlons. to finish. The good people of Canaveral: avenues to Mr. L. Morton Murray, editor South Jacksonville Florida.
i were out In force, dressed In gala attireto of the Et Coast Gazette. ,

from title community. I do honor to Queen May. The entire Dr. and Mrs IM Mr. Carowcll
glns,
Bros will If there Is any spot In the fair land of
After May 13th Ramsay run party took sailboat at the postof ice and and Mrs Uruwu left on Monday's train For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
beach See their ad. in Florida more delightful than Coronado,
i boat to Cocoa sailed up under full sail, :\Ir.Qual'terman's for their northern home Daytona: will ,
this Issue of the ADVOCATE. It must be perfection itself. For weeks soon be emptied of her w inter residents.
about ten o'clock a. m., in
Mr Silas Smith, one of Talatka's past there hasn't been a day when suit good health, good spirits and good cheer, The Pastime Euchre] Club met at the --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
bathing couldn't be Indulged In by the residence of Mrs. LawrenceThontpson,
merchants, paid Lotus a business call most sensitive or delicate of Invalids. all bent on having a good time. After Friday night last, and In spite of the Dealers all kinds of Raw :Material such a.* Snip. 1'oUsh, Kainlt, CottonSeed
last week. Ills many friends were gladto some excellent music, the day's spoil propitious appearance of the Meal, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
The air has been warm enough to be elemrnt"l Done and steamed l In the In three different .
ground factory grists.jy
tee him again. Mr. Smith Is a former was begun by the Ladies' Rifle Club there was a large number
resident of this place.A I comfortable and wind enough to keep target shooting. The club was composed guests: as well as members of the clubto Send for Pamphlets and Trices.
away sand-flies and mosquitoes. At enjoy Mrs. Thompson's hospitality.
the Misses Gertrude and Florence
party consisting of Mr and Mrs jnf
I' night a cool, ozone-laden breeze enables ---
(' II. Williams, Mr and Mrs. Ronald, Wilson, Luba DeUogory and Louise
nervous sufferers from Insomnia to sleep, HUltUICAXi: WARNINGS.
Ronald and Master Willie i Myers; also Mrs Gussie Franklin The
>M>* Grotjen ,
and a common remark from visitors is
MUCK LANDS
made a visit to Oceanus last week, to first prize a beautiful badge, was won *
"I never slept so well In my life an I do The following circular letter was received
by Miss Gertrude Wilson second
take a dip In the salt water. Also another here." ; prize, by the ADVOCATE recently, Its ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ramsay Miss Florence Wilson All the ladies
party, contents and our reply are matters of
A. C, Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. On the first Sabbath In May an Episcopal i are good shots, and did some fine shoot- public Interest to many of our subscribers -
service was held In the corridors of those In the Bls-
particularly
Bay
Ramsay visited the beach this week. I
first mentioned found It so the Coronado hotel, under the auspicesof 1 Ing.The honors of the gentleman's club cayne neighborhood, hence we present In two and a half acre tracts,
The party
both the letter and reply In full :
the Rev. Stuart Martin of Holly Hill.I
pleasant they expect to return for a went to Eugean S. Knight.
Mr. Martin, who has charge of the mission The boat race was also won by Miss STATION CIKCILAU No. 2. Fronting on Canal.
week'iltay. U. S. DEPARTMENT: OK AUlllt'\LTl'ItE, o o 0 a o
work of this district, Is a very able Gertrude Wilson in 43 minutes; but her
Printing of all kinds done at the speaker and of and handsome WEATHER BI'HRAU
dignified
did
ADVOCATE office. a opponent, Miss Luba DeBogory, OFFICE or THE' OBSERVER: Apply to
presence. While it is, perhaps, an unusual some good sailing. With no more prac JACKSONVILLE, FLA., May 3, 1805.

sight to see a clergyman In his tice than she has had, and considering Sirs:-It Is the wish of the Chief of ALBERT W. ROBERT,

White City. surplice In a hotel, It was none the less a the size of the boat, she showed herself the Weather Bureau to give as extended West Palm Beach, Fla.
notice as possible regarding the movements
pleasant one to all present. On the first possessed of bravery of no mean older. of hurricanes.To .
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Sabbath In every month, hereafter, a It being noon, all adjourned to the vacant tills end It desired to ascertain
The drainage system of three miles, is similar service will be he.ld, Mr. Sharp house of Mr. O. Quarterman, near what localities (Inlands or coast districts) Have you seen it t Soon what Why The Largest and Most Complete -

Dealing completion. having cheerfully granted the permission by, where a most bountiful collation was possessing Important interests are ex the Walton Rapid Calking Machine If Establishment South.
posed and beyond the reach of telegraphic own a sail or low bout, don'I fall to
The beans reached you
shipment nearly asked for. Mrs. M. T. Russell, of Toledo spread by the ladies, which all did full
facilities.It hand. It Is
have one on agicatlabursaver :
100 crates before being being cut off by Ohio, a guest of the hotel, made justice to. I Is the Intention of the Bureau to and Is patented In the United GEO S. HACKER & SON, I

low prices. We have 500 crates more the service more enjoyable by singing a The afternoon was passed In games, employ tugs, pilot boats, or other vessels States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A /

than could be utilized. solo for the audience, and It Is the Inten songs, music and in many other ways too In executing the above plan. few of the state rights will bo sold l at a
In connection with the matter, will reasonable figure Apply\ to J. O. Walton
Taking In the entire situation, this tion to prepare some special treats In numerous to mention until five o'clockp. you kindly Inform this office! If thereare Titusville, Fla.

colony has done some solid work In this music for each service. The cottagers m., when the entire party again: ad- any outlying localities having Impor- thla

off teanon. The people are cheerful and will be welcomed, and It Is expected they journed to the scene of their sumptuous tant interests and beyond telegraphic

contented, and are advising their friendsto will be largely attended.A noon-day feast, to again regale the Inner connection In your vicinity, and if so Notice.In ,
what means are available to disseminate
come down and join them. young lady from Atlanta, Miss Otty man with oysters, served in many differ warnings!? If you have tugs, pilot boats, Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit r t

Mr W J. Kirby and Miss Ida Henner Roddy, writes to Mr. Sharp, May 2nd: ent ways, and which all enjoyed in hue or other mediums of communication, of Florida, Bievard County, ISU.V\
"Coronado Is associated with Bohemian stple. what will be the cost per day or f"r the
entertained Messrs. O. P. Havens, Chan. very pleas llethel.T' Stewart,

Hunt, R. S. Head and Mr. and Mis. C. ant memories to me. I feel that my The shades of night were now creepIng trip Will you also submit your views regarding II, A, Cnnmlre\14: anti W A. } Hill fur Relief"to.

T Mc('arty at dinner last week. As complete restoration to health Is due to on, so all wended their way to the the use of bomb rockets on vessels ",'on. .

how and hostess, they acquitted them- Its charming climate and the kindness school-house, a short distance away, at night In giving warning throughout I T nmmirlnir miiiifaliit hr tin worn lUtcnumU, : In the t
lilll of algid In the alHiva raiiM
aloes royally. shown me from every member of your where, to the inspiring strains of W. II. Islands anllow sections of the country that the rn>|Minilent. II. A. annilre, rwddea. .

Mr Chas Hunt, of Ankona, was an In- family, for which I and every member of Peterson's violin, all tripped "the light Primarily. I wish'to know If there are at of Kansas reniwmdnnt I City W.Kansas A, Hi,,utt sad, U that unknown'the rraliUiiica tu IHMII.plulnunt Manufacturers of
fantastic too" until the clock warned us ,anil that rmHinilenM| are Kith( over the
family feel grateful. I am getting Isolated localities that would be benefited
terested visitor to this place last week. my any apt of ill ye r Now, then-font: It I Is ordered
Mr Hunt is of strawberries really 8et up;' every one is so enthuslastic the Sabbath would soon be here; and, In their efforts to save life and I lust )'uul.h.said.. II. A, ('...", Ire, and that Youth Doors Sash Blinds
a grower loth to leave so pleasant company property, and If so, what are the means .aul.tt, do. I* anti aiwar lfor 1 ,
large experience, and Is confident that over how well I am looking. I although of communication and probable cost of I our said Court on or Iwfore: Munilay, flu Aril ilajr

White City colony has a great future In would like not to gain any more flesh, as we had to part. It was a grand same t I shall thank you for early at- of answer June, twin ilnniur, the to OOIllII.r.ant'I .its'Gt hill of|plea.l..,m.|, Moulding and Building Material.

this line. I am growing too stout I never havean day, and will long be remembered an a tention. Envelope enclosed |ilalnt, or a dniMve. pro i-nnfewui will Iw etterelag.lust

lathe ache or pain, and haven't felt as wen whlte-stono In memory to all present. A. J. MITCHELL, allowed you to and proo eat xd l of ex you iiarte.,and. It Mill In further raiiM willIe ordered Ofllce and Warerooms, King, OpponlUy
line of Irish :
potatoes, cabbage, In years. Your winter climate for sufferers Each and every one expressed themselves Observer, Weather Bureau that thU nutlit: I he pulill.hf.1 j In the Cannon Street,
tomatoes, cucumbers, onjong! cauliflower INDIAN UIVKH AIIVIMIATK' at Tltuavllla. ria.,
from neuralgia Is perfect My; as having spent a very enjoyableday. once a week for eight weeks.

etc.ward. ,over and hundreds 500 packages more have to follow.gone for A sister will come and spend a month with Among! those present were: Mr. A. J. MITUIFII., U. 8. SIGNAL OrncK, Witness,Judueof, the Ihmorahla uld court. J., and DllriMiine Charleston, S. C.

you, and a party of young lady schoolteachers and M/s, Geo. Quarterman, Mr and Mrs. 'Jacksonville, Florida : [SEAL) the said of said mart, this%ll> day
canning factory, to use the surplus, is Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank. near Sir Replying to circular of March,A 11 IBM.mar2 .
are Investigating the matter o If F. J. Thompson, : your
being talked awaitedmy .w A. A. STE WART, Sash Cord and
of. Weights
No. 2 dated the 3rd Inst. which
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railroad rates, with the Intention of lin, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Benham, Misses Clerk; circuit Court ,
return from Biscayne Bay, I beg to
Mr. O. P. Havens, photographer, of spending vacation with you. I will Gertrude, Agnes and Florence Wilson, say that there Is an Important portion of

Jacksonville, was In town last week for write as soon as they make their plans. Fannie and Rose Penny, Louise and Bessie the state having heavy shipping and agricultural Indian River Mattress and Hardware, v

the purpose of getting some views of our Their intention Is to go the middle of Myers, Luba DeBogory and Bernice interests which are beyondthe
products, farms and vegetable growths. Masters Benham reach of telegraphic facilities. I refer
"
June. Quarterman; Harry : Window and Fancy Glass
the southeastern of the
to portion
These pictures are to be used to Illustrate Floyd Quarterman, Geo. Quarterman, state, lying between Lake Worth, the -* Brush Company, *-

a new pamphlet to be Issued by Store To Let. Mesdames W. E. Chandler, W. rrotori- present terminal of the railroad and telegraph A SPECIALTY.RUPTURE.

the East Coast Line. He secured some our, W. F. Hitchcock, E. J. Pmtorloui, system on the East Coast, and TitiiHvillo, Florida.Our ---
toe BRICK store to rent In the ADVOCATE Key West the telegraph or cable terminal Mattresses made from ft-oz.
pictures, among them a view of a N. 0. Penny, and Eugene Knight are
Sue block. Fine location. Apply at the on the West Coast ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre,
vegetable exhibit that had been spe- ADVOCATE office, Titusville. [Remember, the ADVocATE, Titusvllle The Biscayne Bay country and the and faced with superfine fibre made from
dally' prepared for this occasion by Mr. does all kinds of job printing. Giveus Florida keys produce very large quantities the cabbage palm. This fibre Is male

T, McCarty,the agricultural manager. a share of your work.], of vegetables and pineapples. by Green's patented process, which !
'In the pavillion he also got a fine negative Canaveral These products! are shipped by schooners makes It tough, curly and elastic. It Can be Cured
of Lands, for Sale Cheap. from Biscayne Bay and the Florida will not break up, mat down nor get
a of settlers
group 100 -men, we.Inca
keys to Key West, a distance of from dusty, like moss or excelsior. The fibre
and children. It was a general picnic Mr. Chas. Horton and family are with fifty to one hundred and fifty miles. Incase will not draw dampness and get mustynor 1 With an much ease and cettaloty as a

and gala day In town.Coronado his parents for a few days. 80 acres on Banana river; Woody of a hurricane coming, without mildew: this being advantage\ In 'broken limb, If the right means are em-
sula at the Narrows; 40 at on warning many of these schooners and a damp and warm climate-always remaining
Masters Fred and George Scobie, of the ridge; /5 at Sebastian, river front; 40 other small sailing craft, plying between sweet and clean. The workmanship ployed. If you are afflicted, and a per

Beach. Titusville, are visiting Robbie Burns this at Sebastian on railway Henry Benson, Biscayne Bay and Key >V .,st, are likely Is guaranteed first-class in manent, radical cure Is any object, write
week. Sebastian, Fla to be destroyed.It 1 every respect. for my book giving full particulars for
seems to me the Importance of the Braided seams, double-stitched and Self Cure at home. Book aunt<< fr.i to all
"There, is in each life some time a spot, Capt Wilson has about thirty hills of region referred to Is such as to warrant well tuffed top and bottom

That some hour or moment of night or day, cucumbers, from which he shipping Banyan. the government In constructing a United fie...".. Mattreu,weight MMbe' ,t-ft to 4,I, 14 00Hlnicle sufferers. Address,
never grows dim and Is never forgot, week. States signal telegraph line from Lake .Mattrme.I,s, to S 3,95rl Dr. XV. S. XLloof: :
Like in unladed leaf of dead bouquet. six crates a Worth to Miami or Cocoanut Grove on |>e<.11 shire lisle to order.
tome Our sea hens (turtles) have commencedto Mr. P. A. McMillan has bought a fine Biscayne Bay. Possibly the section referred All kinds of 1'iiliiietto ItruxlieH 8MITIIVILLK, Jeff. Co., K. Y.

ThaI nire< stands season forever, however and brief the, same, lay. W. E. Chandler found the firs Jersey cow from Mr. Heath, of Mel to might be looked after by the made to order. Call on or address, Hmylni

_11'*>'' bright picture bas-relief aye nest near the pier, last week. bourne. officer In charge at Key West. A tug I. It. MATTUICS A: BULMU Co., a _

Uan.mg: before ns In memory's frame" started with Turtle eggs are now becoming plentiful from that city could make the run Box \U.: Titusville, Fla. PINEAPPLE SLIPS
Geo. W. Mackenzie has around the coast to Biscayne Bay In ""
Am", schooner Atlantic Beach Is a good place to about fifteen hours making Its signals ---J- ----
nj{ the Lake Helen people now ono Capt. John Simonson on the ,
find them. to the various settlements along the TITUHVILLI:ATIII:U Jti-:
t*., 'b, scribe baa noticed the to New York and will
your E. C. I., on a trip referred to has >- = AND SUCKERS
route. The territory
T811- of the Blake., Hopkins', Cur- spend the summer there and in New Capt. Walter Kltchlng( with his trade already a comparatively large populationof I'OJtT.

"er Peltons, Weaver and Dr. Baker Jersey with relatives.Mr. boat Merchant, WM anchored over Sunday producers, and its shipping Is very The following Is a comparative statement .

sad * loaner there being some half dozen schooner week ending Wednesday, May 13/ 'Ml I
on Marble Head Point, Ohio (on John Carter met with a very painful the sod Key West.
plying between bay -18M.- -1805.- Of the Following _
ftai, \\'. A. Sharp, son of the proprietor Lake Erie), spent a few days with Mr. accident a few days ago. Ills finger was There are also several which run regularly DATE 114][. Ml.. MAX. Mix I *

of the Coronado hotel, will eon- E. J. Burns, last week. He says his so badly mashed that It was at first between the bay and Jacksonville.I ; tf 8461) 84 '1'0'' Red Spanish, I

m charge of the art department of lighthouse is a dwarf compared with thought he would loose It; but Dr. careful believe consideration the section Is at well the worthy hands ol of 10 83 7? 811 M Porto Rico,

'the* stetson University next season. He the one at Cape Canaveral.Our Hughlett thinks he can save It. your department A glance at the coast 11 W 81 71 78 84 M 06 mU VARIETIES : Smooth Cayenne,

Pf >> to spend his summer on the farmers have ceased shipping There was a very enjoyable dance at survey charts and map of the state 13 M 71 7U Golden Queen

each, the empty crates are worth the Banyan house last Wednesday even- which you, no doubt, have handy for 14 81 It 8i) 68 ,
beans, M reference will show that my remarks Enrille Cibj.
Tin new bam for the hotel livery U more than the full ones. Mr. Jean Ing. A good many were present, as are, well founded.you CoL John A. 15 81 W 75 01
law nUhed the most s* six couple being on the floor will doubt Total rainfall for the week: 8.08 Inches. La" Order now taken. All first
and Mr. Bryan U pleased Buehler shipped :2DO crate, many McDonald, of your city, no !
normal rainfall for the
fatty toe patronage he has received so that any one man ha* raised here, and all the time, from o'clock until 12 p.m. be pleased to give you any In further In- Departures week t plus from 2.65 Inches Departurefrom class plants, and early delivery Apply
desire regard to
br. formation
and 11'111..1&. understood that lie I.slxi'm left 100 more crates on the vines, on account Excellent music was furnished by Messrs the section: you referred rosy toYours normal rainfall since January lst|; to C. C. MATTHAMS,

here, but thinks be may es. of low prke4. Oar worthy post Chas. Msgruder, Robert Smith and P. truly, minus 0.08 Inches. Florida Pineapple Co.'

w>l1.'. .' branch livery at Smyrna. master, Captain Wilson, bad the best A. McMillan. Tropic, Eau Galll and W. 1$. GRAHAM, J, E. LAXOVKTTIC ,

Tl two uiai Makes, daughters of quarter-acre of bean la this section, Grant ware well represented Editor Ismx IUVCK ADVOCATE. Observer West Palm Beach Fla.






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AUX HEAB.: tarter'

. A BAG OF MYSTERY. bis coat pocket, the lire PUpil he aorta! NEAR & TAYLOR"SncCMion
out according to rise or perhaps by peculiarities

which distinguished their ( t.John )leAU: ttr.
IT UPSET THE EQUILIBRIUM OF A CAR- character.It .

LOAD OF BROOKLYNITCS. seemed a curious business but yetis ( Artesian Well Contractors

wasn't quite so odd a* the comical JOB

tb. ....... of Meal Which the lUtldrat ., perplexity which It kept about a soon EAU GALL1E. FLA
tf Brooklytilte*.-Kew York Sun. SHE REMINDED HIM.
Brooklyn FmU on With His I..a,

Cloth. 0....'" DtaUrtwd bf th. Strap HYMNS AND HYMN WRITERS."Jesus A.d the Rest of tb. Da", of Course, n. -

TM( ....'. Aetl_.. Thoacht of H... i

Lover of My Soul" was "Ooodby, dearie," said Mrs. Janine I
There odd little '
WM in
in
episode s written by Charles Wesley just afteran a* she bung about her husband' neck
Brooklyn trolley oar of the Flatbnih line escape from a mob. I and bothered him In putting on his #fBEEItS, #*

on a recent Sunday afternoon, which "Ye Wretched, Hungry, Starving overcoat "I shall be busy here at home

gave rise to an amusing comedy of conflict Poor" is one of the best hymn. writtenby all day with the affair of the house, PRIN OIGARSI1TC,

between the natural cariosity of women. The writer of this was and I am sure that with you busy at the OF THE FINEST QUALITY

human nature and the civilized obligation Anne Steels office we shall be a very busy couple. eo TO ,
You won't forget will to call in .
,
to restrain it you
"O Sacred Head, Now Wounded Is
The Flatbnsh and Flatlandi line mm translation of a translation. The origInal a at Price A Babgaue'. and get me two Losley & Rcnaker

away ont Into the region of cornflolds, hymn was the "Salve Caput by pools of silk to match the sample I put Families
Supplied
track farms and forests, lately gatheredinto I 8t Bernard. in your pocket Have you got it in your HEART DISEASE! TING
Brooklyn. municipal area. When pocket? Yea, here it is. Well, go to the ty Our Lodgings and LnncLn
the oar itarted from the end of the routeit "There Is a Fountain Filled WltbDJood" ilk counter and the young girl that Will be Ready by Oct. I, Situated sal
bad aboard one pleasant is the most popular of Cowper'shymn. wear glasses Anyway, I know she is Flbtteriir. No Appetite, Could Not side Washington/: ave., betwees j? T, 4

faced young man passenger who carried a large It is considered one of the classic nearsighted, for I law a young man Sleep, Wind oa Stomach. K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block

lyric of the English language. bow to her on the street, and she didn't -
leather handbag He was well dressed, "For a long time I bad a terrible -
bat hi. clothe. were covered with dust "Nearer, My God, to Thee" was the I return it, and show her this sample pain at my heart, which fluttered almost
and his shoes with mud, suggesting that work of Sarah Flower Adam and first I and tell her who it is for, she will Incessantly. I had no appetite OF'ALL KINDS +- HODGES & GODFRE

he had been roaming across lots in the appeared in a volume of hymn and an- know just what you want, and now I' ceded sit usleep. I would be H. ,
rural wards A.the car approached and theme published in 1840 by Rev. W. J. do hope you will be careful and not from to and belch gas Manufacturers of

passed Prospect park it filled up with slip, for the sidewalk are just awful, my stomach until I thought
Fox."And and think of it if should fall and that every minute would be my last
Sunday strollers. Are We Yet Alive' is by yon Yellow Pine Into
There was a feelllng of oppression
The young man sat beside the stove, Charles Wesley. It is the opening hymn break your leg, and yon know your accident about my heart and I was afraid to Neatly r,

with his bag on his kneeL After awhilehe used by Methodist' conferences the world policy )has run out and I do draw a full breath. I could not sweep BOU6R A DRESSED:
opened the bag a trifle, shook it over and has been so employed for 100 hope you will not have a bard day at a room without resting. My husband
gently and peered attentively inside. ,rear the office. Now, for pity sake, pat on Induced me to try orange Box Head,

Then he put his hand in and scorned to "All Hail the Power of Jesns Name"was your glove before you start out, and if Fruit III TegvUM Ct.t",.

be gently stirring up It. content Thepassengers written by Edward Perronet in you see the grocery man tell him to Dr. Miles1 Heart Cureand Lumber delivered at any part or niliai Rirr

sitting directly opposite to 1779 and published anonymously The change my order to chops but not the am happy to say it has curedme. Cheaply on lug through building: bill on of the lading.East Cost Anyone,MnuIn,. I'de inttmiiut,calif J t

him became interested in his doings, Gospel Magazine in the following year. long stringy kind that be brought last I now have a splendid appetiteand write for price. The Sawmill to'Iniatec.anJ. I -
but he didn't look up. After shaking 'I All else from the pen of this writer has time, which I had to give to the cat, sleep well Its effect was truly .,T.& K. W.Rr.,. miles Bouthif VaUtka

the bag from side to side for a little been forgotten. For somehow we've got to keep oar marvelous." Satsnma Illghts, Putnam ('0.,Fla,

while he bunt over and became Interest- : market bill. down this year, or else MRS. HARRY E. STARR, TottsvUla, Pa..
t4 in some mysterious business which "My Soul, Repeat His Praise, is by what will become of us, and you know Dr.Miles Heart Cora Is sold on a positive AND -
[snao Wntts. It is one-half of a hymn guarantee that the fint bottle will benefit. -
the bothers So if
tor the rest of the trip absorbed bis en which he entitled "Mercy In the Midst gas as terribly. you AlldraKKlRMMllltatll' a bottle for IS, or J. M. SANDERS
tire attention and also that of hi. fellow see the man don't forgot to speak to It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of prlrs >
of Judgment" The other half is the him, will yon? Well, there, goodby, by the lit. Miles Medical Co, Elkbart, Ie
passengers.lIe : well known hymn beginning "The darling. I shall be thinking of yon all Dealer In -
reached
down into the bug with "
his hand pity of the Lord. the minutes of the day while I am about
right lifted out something ExpeditiouslyExecuted
carefully the hollow of hi. palm, "0 Might My Lot Be Cast' With my work. Not for an instant will you DRY GOODS NOTIONS

weighed it carefully, held it to hi. ear, These" i. part of a hymn by Charles be ont of my thoughts. Kiss me, dearie With a good many women love is simply J

shook it, held It to his ear again and Wesley on the primitive church. It and tell your little wife that you will a matter of habit-Truth.
then had originally verses Many of Wes- be thinking of her all day too." AND
reached around and
decisively put older the afraid
The
a man gets more
it into his ey's hymns were very long, some havIng And he told her so.
overcoat pocket. Then ho
he Is to get rnairied.-Atchison Globe. Choice Groceries
reached into the bng again and went 40 or 60 stanzas "Clack clack-clack -clack-clack! ,

through the untilo motions, except that "Come 0 Than All Victorious Lord," went the typewriter just behind Mr.

this! time he placed tho something care II by Charles Wesley. It was writtenfor Jon Ius' desk. Mrtlr.*'. WINE I' CARDUI I for female due_ Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizers,,
clack clack-clack clack- ,
"Clack
fully in oncorner of thobag. First one the quarrymen of Portland and contained -

and then another of the passengers/: be. several all onions to their bnsl- clack!I" it wont all day. A great deal of light is frequently east FINE PATENT FLOUR.
interested In the and loss, which were readily recognized and Not for a moment was Mrs.! Janine
come young man on a man's character by having him AT THE -
his performance until very soon every heartily appreciated.. Louis Globe- out of his thoughts.-Rocklaud (Me.) sh"dowed. Ooooct. Florida

one was peering closely, some almost Democrat Tribune

painfully, over at him and his bag. But Tho KlllTtlU runner.
THE FASHION PLATE. Catarrh Cannot be Cured --(. )-
he looked and the
never up. By by con Our literary society meets tomorrow COMPOUND OXYGENRestores

doctor came in and walked nervouslythe English walking glove for spring are evening at 8 o'clock sharp Subject,
length of the oar several times peering of finely dressed dogxkin or Swedish kid, 'Which Is the Greatest-Tennyson or With local applications, as they can
into the young man's bag as he not reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
to wear with promenade costumes Possum ADVOCATEPrilltillg strength, quiets the new
But the is a Mood or constitutionaltlmeaao,
ptHHod.: bag was open only a
The women will hold a suffrage convention anal disease.
Pale tinted, inexpensive, but fine take expels
trifle, and be could see nothing of It. and In order to cure it you must ,
I
offere
Methodist church next is
at the Proof, the most convincing
quality satins are very greatly favoredfor internal remedies. Hull's Catarrh Cure
contents lie went outside and discussed Wednesday. As the blizzard snapped all free to all who suffer Call and set 11'
fitted blouse waists for evening wear. II taken internally, and acts directly on
the matter with a man who stood on off short, the will or write for further Information. Boo
the town trees men the blood and mucous surfarces. Hall'lCatarrh ---l--
the platform.The The fashionable dress muff, shaped of 200 sent free.
take; to the woods. Cure Is not a quack medicine. pages
man, intensely absorbed like an hourglass, frilled on each end, Home or office treatment Consults
young The Billville Literary Magazine is 1&[ was prescribed by one of the beRtI'bYlllcinM
In his performances and seemingly affords, very little protection to the upon our exchange table. The editor has In this country for years, andIs tlon free

together/ oblivious of the intense interest wrist and hands. killed his man and was twice lynched a regular, presciiptlon. It \La composed Drs. Starkey & Paloii,

< of tho other passengers in him, kept Some of the smartest skating oos- unsuccessfully and has therefore a great of the best tonics known, combined with .+- Pa.
1529 Arch Street Philadelphia
steadily on, lifting ont invisible some tames worn this winter are made of name in literature. the best blood purifiers, acting directlyon ,
weighing them, listening to shot velvet trimmed with the mucous sm'faces. The perfect
things, ilaided or Our wife has entered the race for the is
of two
them, shaking them and sorting them lands of seal or Alaska sable. sheriff. We always said, openly and otherwise combination what produces such wonderful ingredients results JACKSONVILLE STEAM DY

o\tr. Once in awhile he lifted out bits The beautiful rose tints in evening that woman suffrage was right In curing catarrh Send for testimonials

of twigs and leave. and threw them on dress materials this winter are given We are now keeping all our vote in free.

the floor. The passengers eyed them all the superlative adjective by ad- our family. F. J. CHENEY *: C over attentively, but could make nothing mirers of this particular color. We give due notice now that we will edo, O.

out of thwin. Soon they began whispering Rose colored chiffon, cream colored embark In the ice business next sum Sold by druggists, price 75c.: The above establishment Is under w

one to another about the mysterious Venetian lace and black velvet ribbon mer. Our office roof leaked, and the management We positively (ju.iranuour

doings of the young man, and the a symphony of color and a whole building is now stored with ice work equal to that of any uoithti
moved nervously around, and compose Woman knows that a man is In love
women mixture of fabric that go to make up ready for summer delivery.-Washing- city.
looked as though they with her before the victim Is aware of
one or two rueu he fashionable Queen Anne bertha of ton Star. (
were determined to ask the young man the moment the fact himself. Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
if he looked But Scene la tI,. Booth."What's .
for an eiplanatlon up. '
in awhile Plain or beaded black tulle ruches Many a man complains that he cannot Ladies Goods Cleaned or W
Once a
he didn't look op. that place over yanderi""That's
passenger got out and tried hard to peer make an effective and very fashionable I, whar Bill Brown froze to get along because he has no "pull," but Dying Silks and Cleaning goods of tI, ;
he It but useless- trimming for dinner toilets of crepon the reason Is beans he has no push.- Sea>
into the bag as passed death. Do not most delicate texture a Specialty. >
.
and was and of light satin or moire. These rnohe Truth
ly. The situation was painful "An that other place for price
also intensely comical to one passengerwho I have the softenfng effect of feather "That's whar the Jinkins gals fell in I list.MAINIIARD .
propsNo
was almost as much interested in lands, but are much less expensive.The the Ice. HeCLRCE'S WINE OF COROUI for Weak N rv .. BROS.,

watching the ill concealed curiosity and lighter shades of Irish poplin "An that ere place to the left I Send yourPRINTING 13 Newnan St, Jacksonville\ n

strained nervousness of the passengers ain make most desirable smart bodices. One "That's whar the preacher froze when When a man does not want to do a .

trying to fathom the mystery of the of rose pink and silver shot poplin is be wna a-preaohln of Bill Brown' fu Mug he says "I cannot;" when be can
Probably if made with shower of long and shorter W H GLEASON & CO.
young man' performance. a neral. -Atlanta Constitution.No not do a thing he say "I don't want to." ,
it had been any other day than Sunday loops of black velvet ribbon falling -Fllegende Dl tter, away
some one would have plucked up courage from the shoulders, with belt trimmings Trooper. ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASE4TITLES

to ask a simple although maybe impertinent to oorrllspolld.-New York Post Eva-I'm awfully disappointed Bicycle Teacher-"Now all you needs

question and so relieve the those New York soldier confidence, don't you see?" The But the TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED
keep
general strain. But the restraint im- TURF TOPICS. Nance-Why Student of the wheel "Oh, yes; I tunable AND PERFECTED.

posed by Sunday: clothes held every one I Eva-Here we've been talking to "Philadelphia Record.
back. Shaner, the jockey, died of gallopIng some of the members of Troop A for an

Finally when the car was entering consumption. boar, and not one of them bas sworn Money on the ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND K

Fulton street, the young man suddenly Byron McClelland will not follow once. I don't believe they are real troopers Tired Weak Nervous, SURVEYS OBTAINED.

looked out of the window, closed the Croker and Dwyer to England. at all-Brooklyn Eagle.A EmPth
with a and hurried ont of the Means Impure blood and overwork, or Defective Homestead and Pre-
bag nap Ed Oeer will have his pacing mare
Entries Corrected and Perfected.
8tr CM. too much strain brain and East Coast
the n on body.
There was a movement on part (
oar. Bowie Hal bred to Direct, 3:051: ,. Claims adjusted before the Depar
of the other passengers, partly of alarmat "What a peculiar woman Mrs. Penny The only way to cure is to feed the
Meade there 80 ment at Washington.Correspondence .
with At Belle are year- nerves on pure blood. Thousands of
isl""What
of the man
the
escape young lings, some 20 of which areby Iroquois. people certify that the best blood purl- solicited.
unsolved and partly perhaps males think so?
the mystery yon
theyADYOCATE
tier the best tonic and By giving
nerve strength
of relief at the end of the suspense. One Mrs Davis, widow of the former "I was there today when she received builder, (Hood's Sarsaparilla. What It EAU GALLIE, FLA.
after the owner of Alcantara, has leased the old invitation to reception, and she
man made quick jump mysterious an a has done for others It will also do for
young man and caught him fora homestead at Qighlawn for a summer never once mentioned that she had rou-Hood's CuresNervousness Leiuo

few seconds as he was about to leave resort nothing to wear. Chicago Inter loss of sleep, loss of Pineapple, Orange and

the.oar. Bangui, Mas, will not accept any Ocean. appetite and general debility all disappear Laud For Sale, Cheap.
"What've y' gott Whatcher doing" entries which have not the pedigree -- when Hood's Sarsaparilla Is taken '
be asked, regardless of all proprieties.The attached, and the horse most be fully Coaldat Do 00...... el'lliiteatly, and strong nerves, sweet I have for sale ()acres of pineapj
man looked surprised and Identified. Gaest-That still life study a won. sleep, strong body, sharp appetite, and A share of land on St Lucie river, a few relic
young der. Nothing could be finer than that In a word health and happiness follow low Eden, 40 of which being nortn1
then smiled and said The American bred Watchmaker "'
ter
pony oi
the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. quarter of northeast
"Oh, cocoons, chrysalides, moths, you Patchen. IS.8 hands high recently table the book, the pipe and the purse. The about Hood's SarsaparllU 18 quarter 41 ea'
strong point township 38, south of range
bank bill III I Jove
know. I've been gathering them out in trotted five mile and 00 yard in 14:63 How perfect the By Is that they are permanent, because to Job Work the other 40 Is the northeast 'iuartoraage
the country, and I sell them to the net. at Newcastle-apon-Tyne. I believe It is a real bill pasted on. they start from the solid foundation ot southeast Quarter of seetl"ll

uralists." Then he Jumped off the car. The Australian horse Drain Temple- OIIt-lmpOllslblel! I bought it of an of put Itiwl, vitalized and enriched township 88, south of range 41 ease

The impulsive inquisitive man returned stowe and Tarooola are coming to Amer. artist-New York Weekly. blood. The above land call be bought "I f

to his seat and the remaining ica. Bruin II a good sprinter and Tar Court.... to u.. L.*<. per acre. It II suitable for plnt.tt'V
passengers were eagerly waiting for winner. Plant trees for wind breaks If you liveli --H lemon or lime growing.Will .
ooola a Melbourne cup found this
"Poor Turks be morning
was f
him. He explained that the young man a thinly wooded district. They will be sold In lots of 40 ac'e''
naturalist's collector. M. E. McHenry baa formed a trot dangling from the limb of a tree in word), t
cash. be
was a naturalist or serve as useful protectors of crops and This land will soon
association Freeport Ills, which Central
ting park""IIe
lie evidently made a business of going per acre.
will meeting at Taylor's showed his breeding even stock 1r.A.11.
around the country bunting over the give a race good Job worll< AP*'" \
park July S3 to J.with $50.000: In in the manner of hi* death by boaghing Apply to C. H. Walton. ,
"
and bushes for the chrysalides, or "' '
fences office Graham
the world." last' SLACK-OMIMNT Uc.m CDQ J"1I-.. ; or to Bobbins A
Some purse himself as It were ont of I *"
pup, of moths and butterflies. ArtilatioAlly'gottollup.: :: .iu .
of these are attached to fence pickets George M. Steams of Massachusetts, -New York Herald. I

but perhaps the greater number are who died recently, by his will directed An authority says sight elevations are
: :
found on leave or ""IiTbey look like that 11,600 should be appropriated for We are afraid to speak to some wornin. safer places for the grape than bottomlands ,, 1NUBBER
t
balls of silk usually but often are covered he keeping of his favorite road mare We are afraid they will talk longer on accounted early and Ute frosts. ttN
with dust, dead leave and such mat Hand L and that she should never again than we can afford to listen. SAti62AOtio11G1ruArantood.: : '

ter. Tb,t ollector limply gathered everything wear a harnesa.- onemlD. "Silk warp Trilby" Is the name of a After the grip, diptberla, pneumonia, ? nanA55

Into bit bag and then sorted very pretty material to be used for next scarlet fever, typhoid fever, etc !loud', : 3 '
them out later. Some of the ooooons are which season street and traveling costumes. iaruparilU Is of wonderful benefit In
Lansdowne.
empty, and these be could tell sometimes The "Bengaline market next It is In Jacquard effects, and in evening Imparting the strength and vigor so desired. Send us your
be the season -
their light weight, bat more will placed upon
by colors the tint are M delicate and hand- .
certainly by shaking them. The pupais reeemble the all ilk bengaline so come M silks costing nearly double the ord.ors. S T E f l ,,,,,
that the cord in the S
rattle inside thecocoon. long popular, except _
u.aallyloo e and price.-New York Post Hood' Pills for the liver and bowel., A l
shells be put into new m.te.1s not to pronounced. .arm M
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 17. 1895.



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There i Boston oelebrltie The Trunk
among a Tropical Line

HOTEL certain small bodied, sensitiveoompo* r ,

ion I MELBOURNE of ninsio who I* gifted with a very

witty wife. Her latest bonmot was the \ i

MELBOURNE, Indian Rifer, FLORIDA. result of a recent afternoon tea. Certain I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway..

Open all the round Tory giddy !girls were clustered about
year Good
LECT. 'DIr, """ting and Yachting Rates Fish. the oompomr exclaiming: ecstatically on JOSEPH II. DUllKEK, Ilocoivor.Jacksonville. i
f,2.60 and upwards. the quality of hft maaio. "I don't **, I

"* r...11' W-, aaded 10 Gnat Hta ,Life.tn KOW.W. Tint Proprietress, MRS I. M CARD Mr -," said Mill Gushington, Iloi',,, "' ''IITII j I
.
B -
Special Feature at Coronado Moil "how yon managed to write all those Zto Jl.n. JI.. 1 Tim. T.bl.ln .:rr... Apr, III1.1..I ..-;- ,
there are nine liar u. o. 1& '" o.tt: .' .... '" 01'. O.II.: ..
ten beggars erate rate*, solid comfort, no nntentvtlon lovely passionate things without being :::::- ,; 30 I' [ ----JAt'K:: : IIJI..\ 11.I "i a 1M i I I
ThUi. not a Persian proverb; It ii some- HOTEL p o i tiahlng, ginxi evoking. Wltle worried all the time. Dear me, I should I .. .. .MI' I tll .UI't'D c..... "I'fln..... . .. a"'ah' 41111'hI.. .... ..
I know to be true, declare a :: CARLETON for teims. bo witch I" . .. a'8. lItll'p . .. .. ..I'al"lka. . .... ... 411II. hi 4""Phll ,11II1' _
as nervous as a .... ...
ell-l. 11 lid I' 10111. .. .. .lIl1nlln".n."" .. .. 111II. hi I fIIIl'hl I1Ap _
Loiter In Kate Field' Wa hlngton. MyJIOlY1f "Certainly :you would be, my dear," "" I III. 11111. .. ('I't'.I1'' '''' Jlln'tlon .. ItII.m !>II.m IlIIIp.
a record of actual fact can be Jacksonville, Florida. said Mrs. with of ... .... II lllla a iU ::111.1.. .. .. .... .l4t'vl 1. . .... ... a nl 14.1' an p..
-, a suggestion .... ... Itll. 1:1: lid. '11311. . .IIt'I..n I'1'fh'lt' . .. .. 4J.hI "IIII'hI II "I. .
called a story-is about the tenth beg- acerbity, born of the proximity of so .... 11141. tala 1 11I., .. ... ..IIeI't'IIC..r.I. . ... .' : _

Oouosito Postoflico.' palmetto goose, :! many youthful face, "bnt John only :. ." :.. ::: t.:1: .. .. ..I..I..nI..I : : : : :: :: :: ::: : : ..::

'i met Mm one rainy afternoon as Itt 1\ compose music. I compose John."*- ... . 4IIa .l\8nror'I. .. . .. ..I.v 1211. m I ""I' hi f.llIlI.
hurrying along near Washington I ... ... .... '11. II I' .lItlllnI.. . .. . ..... .... .
he asked Under New Boston Budget . .... 4 lid. 11111' . .. .K 1 ..lmm... .. ... . II ,..", hi Ifl II n, ....
nun, New York nrM Management DAYTONA, FLORIDA. I .... .. .. . 110. 1l001'Ar. llan... ... Iv 0fI1"1' III IHU.III.... .. ..
!\ aomething, and of course I refused. Mar* l\Iadlalr. ... .... .. .. .... II .I'"nl" Uorl... . .I.v :III I'm .. .....
""elf l half a block to the office I + + COMFORTABLE and HOME-LIKE. .... ..... ... ::11I. 1II11Ar .. .. T.'I'.. .. .. l.v"tIIl'm 1118.nl,I.... .....
i on .. .
wtT went In searbh of, found no one in andtnrDed Open all the Year _. Situated on the Nest Hink of the I ::: : II : ;::: : : :. ': +l m'.n :. : :' 1:: 11011. ni :: :::I :::. :: :::.

fU back. The man was (till itandon Halifax Hhcr, In a Ixautiful grove of :\1,,". .11,1 Thlll"l II an p 'I.v .. ... 1'ri t"'l'i : Ar II alll'lII Th",.. .n,' linn.

In, the corner Several persons hotel Coolest for and most pleasantly located palmetto and trees within, one mile from the Atlantic :.i: : ;: L. ... ::: : .. '" KI v n": ":" t: : : :: ::: : :: : :I :::
he did not offer to the summer months Thoroughly eisy walking distance -
passed him, but speak refitted and of the churches and places of amusement .1. ..V.III..k.'nvl'M'I'' -i :.;i. .."' '' '' 'lIa 1.iiM ."lnlltlAr II''P ''I
10 them. I fancied he had the air of one Elevator All nxxlcrn elegantly! furnished A good livery stable Is attached to the I I ; .. .... .llIa I ": :" .\ "I''k.' Ar 4:11'1': I II '. ." ... '11I>..

new to his trade and not yet past feel' RATES:-*2.50 to Improvements*3.50 per day.. I, lioune, from which guests can onlir : ::::\ I :: 1:: n: \ : ::I "C"I ,;:. ,'.rl 1:1:: : ::: I : I: :; I:: :

lug ashamed of it. He was a man about Special by the week, and to Commercial teams at a moment notice. 4 MI' Ar 1'1,1\. \: I.v 11111" IHII.1"r 1')1''''' I.v : 1:11'1'r""I.: .. t T ,_

,15, of medium height and slightly Men \tes-t.50:! to $.) per div; >12 to *13 i,iii. I..n\. iliA rl11I'1' 'lla .........,,\ .":1:11"1'1'. I ......... r .i
week tII: ;tI" I.v IIIInr..1 Ar II ..... \/IItII.y: I..th,. Ar 411':" t 11'1' ,.v IIIInr.,1 Ar II.....
I itooped. He had an abstracted look, as Only hotel tint the electric cars piss per M HOAO 4 I' I.v M.."...... Ar '0."" II..IIArll..I..I.' ..... I'r 1'11..1.. I.v 0...
$ an absentminded person, but the ex- to unu from depot. ::1:." .\r C"'kla".1 "'" 'I "''I' :I roo." Ar M& I I'. I.Y a.....
his face not unpleasantFinally MI' A' M..n. I.v '" ar... 14.11' Ar t 'al. I.v 1:14: :,. 31'1'r T.va",.. I.v t ::11..
of was
jrejolon he wore glasses, and I think CRAPO. & LeVENE, HOTEL COfiDfflAORMONDBYTHESEA : :: t.'F.I: ; :: = :: : -k ':'. f. ::: : :: I I: .. : t: :;::

I Proprietors.ST. .
&ii. was the real reason stopped and
110111)'. 110111)' UCt>I't IIlIn.III)'.

poke to him. sir for speaking to Tn'n.' 2.1 ancl1' ".IT, thr""lth I'.n, Ihl"'" I\h"'I.hlll ...,. I".n X... 1>'11 .ncl Tam..'..
Excuse me, you, AUGUSTINE FLORIDA 1'r.I". III.n.I 3l-Tb""lIh: I'u\h".n\ lI"I'tI 111.1". :: ur. 1",1"I"n U"'I""aU .n.1 Taml'.' ,
he, laid in reply to my question, speak +.. i
W. II. ('U..DI. O. II. AC'K.III.Y: ,
Ing with a strong German accent, "but tI",1, 1'1:'' .\I.nt. I'I'U..n..ralll"l"rlntIont.

J have no money; I can get no work. COLUMBIA HOTEL FLORIDA. ,

What was your work?" I

"I am a teacher of Latin, French, ,

German.5 : Centrally Located on St. George OPEN DEC f 1st II I

Are you a graduate Str et. "The best thing to seal a proposal is I'

He drew himself up with some pride. a kiss, is it not?" St.
'Ach, I am doctor of philosophy Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Park, "No, dear, a witness." Augustine
yes. of Jena and a full view of the Ocean and SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are -----

of the University doctor he rolling breakers from the plazzisW Th. Given 8t.*w M.n....... fIIOlrlrMtlo.. &
Doctor or no was getting Specialties at Ormond. Indian RjverRailway.
wet, and so was L I walked him over In his yonngor days Eugene Jepson 'I

to a little restaurant, and there he told cr: For Circulars, address, and hla brother managed a company and

I hit Itof1. M, TEAHEN, Proprietor started on a tour through Ohio. They '

Ee bad been a teacher In the gymna SEISER & Y1NING Managers were booked to appear at a little oonu
town which boasted of an "operay line, Tablo In r:ffprt April Jn.l. Irntl.:
dam at Potsdam, be said; and hearing Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system try
the large salaries paid in America of banltary Sewerage ORMOND- house" and arrived in the settlement I
of -THE SEA. All Rail Lino to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine Ormond and
came here in November He applied at early id the morning
Rockledge. -
Colombia and the University of the City The opera house was built over a little -

of New York and wrote some letters, O U VOSS grocery store, and the lanky 1I0..ellr. South Bound. North Bound.x .

but of course at that time of year there old son of the grooer acted as stage I
l\o. x
were DO vacancies. He bad tried to secure manager After breakfast one of Mr ::1:1.: 81 :II"' .I i_

I private pupils, but without success. Jepson's employees went to inspect the l.vJ."vlltl. OIMI.1- I' -- I.v W 1'.1", 11..11"11, 10 : .. . ....
and having theater There he found plenty of seen Ar 11&. AIlIt"oU"o. '" Ill. ..II' .. ,.V IlIvl..'. .. .. .. .. I 11111 11I1.. .. .. ... ...

friends Becoming to discouraged turn to, he simply drifted no ery, but no ornltnre. I.v 11&II..UIlIt.. AIII'lIotl". ..... 10114 11111.I.v : .. I:: :r.I; :::' ti::: : : : : ::: : : : :: :::::::

The deficiency was explained to thegrooor'l I.v .AI 1'\al\ k... II I I.v A 1",1... .. .. .. .. 1:1: hi .. . ......
about the city week after week till his TITUSVILLE Ar I'R1 k II M-- -- l.vMtll.rt.......... .., .11I... .. ......
money was gone. "Tempera mutantnr," son, and he was told to borrow I.v I'al...,k.. . 101 4(1. ... . I.v J.'n..n. .. .. ... 111 hi ... ..._u
the necessary "props" from the tieigh l.v.II..o.: .. .. .. .. .t..I. ", . ......
ha laid. "I did not like to beg, but Indian River.Tla. ;MI"1.1.: ..., .: Ifi j ... ..
"Then '" I.v I.. "' ..... 11111I. '" '''''I' .. .....
bors in exchange for passes. Lvan I..t.e. <. ,. U 4(1 .
what could I do? .
the east "we -- ::: :,.I' ,In : :::: : ::: : :: ::: :
studied German continued the man from .. II: I c I : :
told him I had t.f :
When I :: : ::: : < P. : :::: I.v It..r"... Ifl NI. hi a ;jO'I'' .....
he fairly glowed. want some snow '.vu"lI"o.. .. .. .. . ... I.v ...lIllallie. .... 1t11l1 III II ;till' .. ...
have read Heine Schiller. O II VOSS, "Snow!I" was the despairing answer"Can't I.v l .ylnn.. . .. I ..I I' . I.vll'.kl".jt.. .... .. ....1111II. '" 74..1' ......
So yon without it?" I.v 1'.rI ."It., 1:1: foil I' .. I.v C"IC". .. .. .... ...... II 3'1 '" \I ''''1' ......
Are they not wonderful?" MANAGER. yon get along I.v S... It""rn.... 12.' I' ... I.v c.lt)' 1..lIt.. .... II ::11hi "".1. ...
For months I he had heard "No," was the response. "It's absolutely l.vUlk 11111. . .. 114'1' \II.! . I.v Tllllnlll".. .. .. ... .. tlll'l: I' hi I ...,. ....
suppose, ." I.v 1'lt"avlll" .. .. '\II! I' tI 110 l.vOlk 1111I. .. .... .... .. 1l4'J: 1'11,4,. .......
nothing but the slang of the streets. To All The Year. necessary l.vC'II) 1'.llIt. . 3 IN, !' 111111I. l.v ..II"'yrn... .. .... "" ." .....
Open .
The raw manager thought awhile and I.v ......., .. 3111 10 :MI : r .
meet a person who knew his favorite then moved off down the street, where ,.v II'M'kl.I '"" . 3 II I'I' '"M I:: : tl :,: :: :::: :: : : r. ::: : : : ::::::

authors was a rare pleasure, and he sputtered ,.v tO/ll: H.llle. .... I 4 I' . 1:1: nil I' .... A r (Inn.l...'.' .. .. 111 .. '11 . .. ....
about them in his broken he found Mr Jepson, to whom he at I.v lIarnn 1411 .. ':lJI: I' .. .... '.vOtlll..n.I. ... .. . ....
away Only a few minutes' once put the ,"Do we Deed Inow?" I.vI..11.'n... .. I 11.1 I' 1 :It. . I.Y (lrlll,1 Jllnn.. . ..I. .... ..
English for some time. Finally he told walk from stations query '.vlt..I" . ::' 4 I' Ar t:... I..IR..... . 21 2111' '" ... A
Hallway "Yes, was the answer t'n'. I."oe.. .. 11:11I: 4
.V <'
that his Hoevel and that t. I' 1'I.v
ma name was and Steamboat landings I can't a bit of snow at t.n.; . . .. :lfI I' ... .. : I .1
t ha was unmarried. this"Why season, of the year get," said the rautlo l.y.I"n ... .. 1131 I' . .. .. ff.: : :, ::: : : :: :: :: : ::: : :: :::: ,

When he had finished his meal, he On tlie ,banks of the 1:: w. r: :: ; r :: ::: :: : I.v I'.'. '"
man, but then, as if struck by an idea, : : : :::. : .:.:.::.:.: I' :.:.:.; '
ud! in Latin, "Let us go. ar-famed Indian River I.v JI"I... Mnun.l. .. .tMI I' ..... .. r.Y".UIlj[... .... ... .41 pili. .I........
"I have work to do this afternoon," he continued, "Won't ice do jnut a* I.v W. ."II.I""r. .., 11211"" .... .. Arlit. A"I'.Un.. .. ..' 4111 III .. .... ....... I
well?"-Philadelphia Call I.v IlIv".r. .. 9 I" I' I.vlt.. AIlIt".lIn.. .. T.NI.. 'III' '" . ....... .
I laid, "and I cannot stay any longer 'UNDEB.: NE ..A.GE1KENT.THE Ar W I'allll 1I"'h '3111' . .. .... ArJ.'ktOnllvlll.. .. a 1110I 13111' hi .... .......
____ _
Where I ? Where do ---- -- --- -a
can see yon yon She'd IlMB n..... .
UTe?" A. & W. Branch.
lie stood the of Woodward
on cornur
I live anywhere. I have no home.
venue and Woodbridge street with an 1401'1'11 IIOUNI lWIITII IIU'XI'8TAT .
But where do sleep?
"In a big place.you It is SO cents anight" nnlighted cigar in his hand waiting for ) .-- .; I-1 ';:- ;;- 8TATIOSIt. O .;' ;--

a smoker to come along By and by a ---- -- -- -- -..---- -
I.v N... lI"'yrn. '001' "" . o. nty Jllno ''J 7111' II "I' ...
There WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE little old woman, with a bundle under .. IAk. JlIII.... II 4.11' '0 2Ma .. .. .. (lr..nll'"I'lt)' I II 4 4INII. .... .
I where can stay ..
are places yon her arm, who had evidently crossed the r.v "....llCe ('Ity II MI' 1011'1. .. '.ak.. 1I.n' :'.''t I :till' .. .. ..
for 15. I realized the heartlessness of Ar U.Clt'Juoo. 10011'1100& .. .. ..... Ar l\ewllrnyrn. 112..., 1M'I' .
furry, came ajong and observed tbo sitnaon -
this as soon as I said it
Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada.in and queried: Alltralna' dally' IwtwMin JM kannvlll* an I Ht. AiiKimtltiaTrain .
"Yes, but they are you call it bum. "Waitin for light?" wmtb: of Ht run dally I tic..|,t SunUayr : :

meet I deliberated me at this a corner moment at 5 o'clock"Can yon tomorrow Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States "Yes'm," was the reply ''*Mnera on tralna 23anil 78bav* Trn Mlnutm for lunrh at N.w Hniyrim.Tl .

"Well, I guoss I can accommodate ii Tlna-Tal. >hn..* the tlnm at .hlih trains may t>. ripntiHl toarrlvi ami ili'part hnrvth.
? I don't know that I can do nn ar U itatli ni. I nt thitlr arrival or id' '|'art lire at the tlinri mated. la m t liimrnntwd.. nut tkia*
anything but 1'11168. And If I'm not ye. th. Co jpanyiholU Itiwlf rn)>oiiillil. for any Unlay or any "..._qu.n..n arlnlnu tl.rirfc"flll.
here tomorrow the next day at the TITUSVILIE, FLOniDA. She put down her bundle, drew a rag J. K. '1KOTT. JOHKI 111*'IIAKIIHON.vli .
PQjae. from her pocket and unwrapped it to .| r.il ame time. I'll be there one day or the "
other" display a dozen "blue heads, and selecting

one she lifted up a foot, scratched
Be promised to come, and we parted. ._ it on the sole and held the light out,
--- -----
That ---
night I told the story to a crowd
with the remark:
rf fellows at the house.
yonng boarding The Matab.l.. "There, go ahead! I'man old smoker

the They upshot seemed of interested it was that In we the decided man, and to There has always been a doubt since Th B tlo of BlM to J>rI_ myself and know bow it feel when yon Send the "Advocate11 some of your Job

form a German conversation class and the last hostile operations of the English "Von don't want that $35 hat, want to puff and can't.DotroiC Free

>. engage my doctor of philosophy as lead In South Africa as to what ha become Mary," said Mr Muggins, who was Preu.

er. of that once powerful and prosperous with his wife in the milliner's store.
0 nadat AaTtbln- 87.
*
As I half expected, business made it tribe known as the Matabele, which for "It's too big anyhow Now, if the milliner A small New York girl, who is only Printing orders and you will be satisOed.
so long held the British invader in take off four five ,
impossible for could only or
me.to keep my appointment T years old, one day last week gave tit
the next day But the day after I check. That they have disappeared from feathers it would to all right for tat in a very neat way. She was
the scene and that Africa is rid of their 'That's interposed the milliner
M at the appointed place ten minutes easy trudging to school, carrying her lunch
ahead of time. I waited and loitered presence ha repeatedly been stated officially sweetly, suiting the action to the word. eon in a little covered basket, when a

ttxrat that corner till the policeman grew both in and out of parliament It "I take them off so-see? And there schoolmate, a boy of 0, overtook her - -
itupicious. Till half 5 I staid was reserved for Mr Bhoades. the an have a love of a little bonnet"And
past you He must have been in rather a bad ha
there, but the man did not coma I oev tocrat of the southern portion of the then, as Mr Muggins felt for mor, for hi* very first remark was* BOAT !

er IIw him again. dark continent, to enlighten the world his pocketbook smilingly, thinking of "Say, I wouldn't carry my lunch ina FLORIDA *! WORKS

AD this happened nearly a year ago. a* to the ultimate fate of the unfortunate the economy ho had effected, she added, fish basket anyway "

The other day I picked up a recent copy natives. In a speech delivered in "Now if* only $50 "Chicago Trib- The little mis turned and looked at
of The London the other day, with a* little regard Melbourne Indian River Florida.
Evening Post and read this item: une. him. lie had his sandwiche and cake ,

Ernil Hoevel. a German teacher of for grammar a* for the aversion Fall' Wajrmlm in a tin box under hi* arm. .
cannibalism. *
lelt civilised nation to
languages, committed suicide on the by "Well," she laid quickly, "I would
tie deliberately confessed in speaking of "I wish to warn yon. Mis Jane
feps of the Yorkville police court In in baitbox." And the
not mine a
"' carry ,.:
**>t he: Matabele,"We've incorporated them "Warn me, Mr. Smith?
Fifty-seventh street, this city, by to York .
bad nothing lIy.-New
New York TribnnaA "If that flower In but boy ==
put
tabbing himself in the heart The man, into onrselve I yon my Time
it U said, had received university eduttaon tonhole, I shall bo unable to resist the = -3
temptation of kissing-there I I told ( ===
in Germany Despondency over Fatal Banter.Malbonia STUB ENDS OF THOUGHT. c:>
oil poor success in securing pupils and -" :yon ==-
"Sirl How dare ? New York
-
bia poverty were the causes of the act. yon Pleasure become monotonous, but oc '

Then I wished I had kept my appoint- Recorder. _______ happiness never cd= == ,

II1ent on the first day.B."N. H* HI* Tmmli.Mr Born men have more elbow room CQ > !

*. Newrich-Suzanne, tell Robert than they have bead room. ==- c:::: I
... .. cT3
b..Uk J. the butler, that if ho must smoke la the Cupid 1* a brave little footpad who ca :
Jew refer to the religion which the.e1l' kitchen to use better tobacco to "bold -- '
op" only
never attempt one -
...
.
prottl l. Hebrew refer* to a Iantuage Busanno I did tell him. bnt be *e* victim. en ==

baa which they no longer speak and they're the best cigar master ha*.- Two women who would exactly please P3HoatH== C't:2
cd
the
consequently no meaning prealilt Boston Budget each other wouldn't probably pleas* c.,:) cr.a; ::
time.
Israelite refer to a nation :z- Q:) !
Mch they at one time formed, and it Jlrat !. OrtUr.. anybody else. c:> == I

** at present no signification except Now thai Kansa* City has an andl.torinm. Cupid make no resolution at the

*n n reference is made to the ancient it will probably begin bustling new year The old one answer hi purposw .

JMtioo. The Jew are a religion com- for a spectatorinm an ambnlatorinm apopalortum. admirably hauled out ant! Repaired at tho lowest

bulty, and that is all that separate a natatorium and an oratocium. Th world would to a most disagre oidorn.EntimateM .
attention given to
8tII or rather distinguish them front .-Nw York Tribune. able place to UTe in if it were alolat #fltfureH. Prompt
their feiu w dtUan Th Jw do not ly void of dtweit Kivori on all kinds of boatn.
sweet
"&4 themselves Hebrew. few wJao do Come.(la Its an agitated na, whl oo*".- 0.1, .A..u... If w* thought of ourselves a* other Agents for the Clbratod

110&know any better may call thmelve* and I'll bo gone ."Blnk baa got ODe of tboso talking think of would sit night
to us, wo up
earth are wo going of Florida.
Coast
w> but they are wrong Those who per) How on Wo haven't rehearsed in machine. wondering what wo were born for.-* WOLVERINE ENGINE for tbe East
bow thia?
what is right call themselves Jews. manage "A phonograph Detroit Free Press.

**.* that i* the on/) correct name.- heso collars. "No, a wife. "-Life. A.. T. ROSE.














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8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 17, 1895. >w -. "' .-- -



T1IK FISH QUI .tiTY who' want'something that would amountto U.S. Gov't Report
confiscation of the seventeen million Highest of all In Leayening Powers-Latest i THE f ROBBINS & GRAHAM CQ(

THOPIC, FLA., May VS, 180j; dollars' worth of railroad. property In

Florida, or even deter capital from mak-
Ertttori Advocate r ing further Investments, are In a small g Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
It was" with pleasure and relief that, I R
minority, and are, on the whole, the men RoY PdB30UJTEI.Y
noted the article that hare
appearedfrom LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE
Mr. Ni.bet and correspondent at who base their ambitions and hopes of ,
political success on their hatred of rail-
Sharpen, upon the destructive and annoy-
road corporations have not met with
Ing manner In which the fish business the We have for sale a large list of carefully
success or popularity they expected.
conducted along our river. Its dcs- PURE selected Indian River Properties.
Take the case of Major St. Clalr-Abrams
tructlvencss ie I not matter of
a question -a man of undoubted ability and of almost Sale of Lands of the Florida Count
--------- for
----- Agents
or doubt to citizens who, like myself, LilLt
were here before the fishermen came. matchless energy. lie came out A Newspaper at Cocoanut Grote -Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weaver, well Canal and Transportation Co.
squarely and vigorously against the railroads connectedwith
I known In Titusville being
Prior to their advent, the river swarmed CANAL LA1VDS.Flortda
and yet his eloquence I I. not heard church here for .
We are In receipt of a copy of the Bay the Presbyterian
with fish and there
was never a year Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa; Key West Railwa\ <
In the Leglslature'cbaiubers at Tallahas Biscayne Herald, published at Cocoanut Jacksonville : j'Qmpll1
some time, are now stopping 1
Indian River Loan and
when difference
In Inveatmem .
any appreciable their Lands. Disston Company's. < .
Grove Dade of
his which Col. JohnA. 0
see constituent decided be had county, arrived there "
for a few days, having and other Low Priced Lands.
number could be noted. I McDonald
can speak better of Jacksonville, Fla., Is
stay at home while they elected
for at least the six yean, during which, editor I and Horace D. Mann, of Cocoa- from Savannah this week. They con- 3Von.oy: to Loan \.lxvoys on IIAnd.
and preceding which, no mullet were Major Marks, of Orlando-a man who Is nut Grove, Is associate-editor and man template paying Titusville a visit soon. At Ten per cent, in turn to tuit.
not the equal of Major Abrams ability, ager. The number we have received
caught for shipment; and to tell the Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
but who ha never sworn eternal hate contains some very readable articles, Genuine Bargains in Iteal
truth, It would be almost impossible to against corporations. telling of the special advantage of the Titusville. Florida.

exaggerate In describing their numbers, bay country, and this new Florida Estate.No. .
and difficult to do justice to the actual South Dade and Monroe counties are journal will no doubt do much to Increase --i
anxiously waiting for railroad extension. the attention which that charm- 1. Twelve acre of hammock
facts. They know the benefit which flow from ing section is already receiving from land at postoffice: about 300 feet

It will suffice to Ray, there was no day the giant horse with muscles of steel homeieekers. front on Indian River, anG runs back of six to Fred. S. Chaffee & Co.r'"-
house
road has It a
I
In the year when a mess of fish, for hundreds county ; upon
and breath of steam; and they realize rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000;
could not easily and quickly be that a railroad commission bill a* harsh The Pineapple Digester. barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a .
caught, while at certain seasons vast of 500 large bearing trees, In fine i
as that proposed by Major Henley grove !
shoals of mullet and other fish were or The pineapple dlgestor: -first Introduced condition before the freeze, and will soon -4- THE CORNER DRUG STORE ;
what Senator Darby would like to see by Captain T. E. Richards of Eden recover and bear good: crop. Remainderof ,
dilly seen swarming upon their way passed, would dash their hopes to the Is winning golden opinions In medicalcirclet land cleared, and Is of best quality for .

north or south, the water boiling and ground,. and that they would have to under Its new name "Plnapln." vegetable farm. This property was held I
surging as It was churned by their Innumerable wait two year until another Legislature Henry C. Bloom, M. D., and Frank Spar- film at $0,000 one year ago; will sell to- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
M. D., both medical of the
bodies. To escape from the sons, men day for $3,800; $1,000 cash and .2,200
could undo the harm the one now In highest reputation, have both written This Is a
remain
on mortgage.
press, each moment saw thousands of session might be guilty of doing, If they articles the medical magazines, laudIng may most desirable! place for ahome, good We try to keep a full stock of
finny forms appear, like a silver gleam, to heed the the virtues of Plnapln. Any of the to school,
were voice of Messrs. Healev location, close postomce Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quality,

Ing and then Tortes disappear below. again These Into schools the sure-or:- and Darby. Is it not a little odd that ADVOCATE the subject readers, can,obtain who feel copies an of InterestIn these church bare, etc.land, and alone in a Is nice almost neighborhood.The worth the. Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very Important matter. I

both these gentlemen were what might articles by writing to Shull, Tuttle A;
ffhoals, were from a quarter of a mile to be called railroad men a couple of years Co., Philadelphia, the well known drug price asked. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Wall Paper, EtcEtt,
sometimes more than a mile In length, and that firm, which has secured the sole agency No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof
and several hundred feet wide; and the ago, today they are Inveterate I eight rooms, artesian well, large por- We run our Business In ''iUp-to-Date" Methods. --
enemies of
their old friends t tion cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat
noise they made upon their passage wasa A few days ago Senator Darby said It Fort Pierce.The Sarno, near Eau Gallie. The land 1S3T Special attention to mall orders. We will try and fill your wants by mail I

continuous roar, noticeable and to be did not appear that any work bad been alone is worth more than price we quote, Just as well as If you called in person All orders for good In stock shipped on | I

distinctly beard at quite a distance, done by the East Coast Canal farmers are busy now getting 220.; The owner refused $,.000 a year day they are received. We want your trade. ;
while from this ame perspective the company ready to plant sweet potatoes.Mr. ago. He must sell without delay, and
during the past.few years, and spoke of has authorized us to take $2,2V; ; fl,2)0;
constant leap of thousands Into the air, the canal ditch cloven miles Rehan left here Saturday In his remain !
as a only I cash, balance may on mortgage.No. Read Read Read! !!
I tot the river.
to be constantly renewed by other thousands yawl, a trip up
long. 3. Two hundred and eighteen ,
lent the appearance of a flock of Any one who Is familiar with the We are enjoying splendid weather at acres of land at New River; has a quar-

white birds.I work done by the canal company, be- present; no mosquitoes to both*. I ter of a mile front on New River Sound WRITE TO THE
give this and half mile front on the canal. Description
pen-picture, which but Miss Madge Bell left for Jacksonville,
tween Lake Worth and New River during
feebly and partially portrays the actual the few Thursday, on a visit to her grandparent. as follows : Lots 3, 4 and 8 of
past years, can swear that
section 13, and lot 3 and northeast quarter -
facts, for the benefit of some who, bo- everything money and energy could do Miss Sadie 11111 left for St. Augustine of noith west quarter of section 25; L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO

cause there are probably a great many during that time has been done; that and other places on Thursday's train. I I In township 50, south range 42 east.
two Immense dredges with double
more fish here yet than where they happen )Ir. and Mrs. Reynolds left for At- Price $15 per acre. We believe a purchaser -
crews' have been working continuously could sell this land at $30 noksonv:11.1.o: F1.or:1d.n: ,
per
to have lived before lanta on Tuesday. Mr. Reynolds has r
are ready to beUe night and day, for the past two years;
"e the foolish assertion that the shipment that the result is a' navigable cut forty been operator here for quite a while. I steamers acre and double begin to his run money through as the soon canal as If you are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain their

from the river of millions, and the miles long, from Lake Worth to New The whist club held their meeting next December. We own this land ourselves Special Low Prices for cash with order.
River; a work of such magnitude that It the residence of Mr. Everett Monday
other
waste of many more, each year, for the but need money to develop Don't l\Iiss-
must surprise anybody who will go over evening, quite a number being In attend
offer it at a price
enterprises, hence This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to the
,past eight has
or so not diminished
years the and
route make
examination of

an ance The prize was won by Miss Sadie which will Insure early sale, $15; per Manufacturer.
the supply of fish. the work done. Hill, and the booby prize fell to Mrs.

There are a number of fish boat laid The canal company, under Its old management Everett. acre.No.. 4. The north three-fourths of Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,

up during late spring and summer, and was allowed to fool along for southeast quarter of section 7, and of Hear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main and
at this time the fishing Is ten yean and accomplish nothing, without lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, southof Laura Streets. gy Send for Pocket Memoranda Book -
comparatively JAS Y BOFILL & CO
any special prodding by the Legis range 41 east, containing 150 acres. ---
light. It has become so now, that this lature. Now that the work, Is being This tract has a large frontage on the

Is the ator Darby and others, who are blinded} 33- 3Li- :se: :c--x.
tftn:) Lave any reasonable certainty of road crossing Price $15 per acre. ,
with dissatisfied.
prejudice, are
getting a mess of fish, and towards fall A bill thousand Commission Merchants No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township

we find ourselves enjoying them whenever dollars for appropriating an addition twenty to the State Insane 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
-
P. O. Box 1030. ---- acres. This tract has a quarter of a ,
feel almost like
we disposed- In the Asylum, has been passed. This
Ht. mile front on the S>f. Lucie River at I call the Attention of the
RE.'ERE"'EKlIallelRen Loris of
"old times." Dut I The was a great necessity. There are at : tang People Indian River to my Stock of
presto; change Mo i Hinlth, Conies to, Chicago I III.) ('Ititenei Stuart fetation. Price f3) per acre.
fish boat are at It again, with redoubled present thirty-seven insane persons in Bank of Louisiana, N.: U. Cooperative; Staple Ac Fancy Crroceriew, Fruit
jails or private custody In the state, who Ranking AM'n; John W. Lmnsien l New \ork No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres,
energy, and In yearly Increasing numbers cannot be admitted to the asylum for City; J. C. Smith ('0., 8t. l-ouln. Mo.; K. L1'etvrnon fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton And Food Products
*1.(tames, (is.I K. M.Ulailttr, Manatee
and In forty-eight hours, after lack of room. ,Flat Fruit ant nxluce Truce Generally, Heights, one mllo south of Cocoanut Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of

they get down to business again, It bo- Senate bill 141, for relief of litigants Commercial Agencies.New Grove. Price $5,000.: This price may Grain
comes very difficult to secure a mess offish In the Supreme court, has been passed. No.. 39-331 I'oydrM Street seem high, but if you will try to buy any Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

and our heretofore unfailing cast- Mr Sander, of Brevard, baa Introduced Now Orleans, La. land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good Ground Food and Wheat.I .

net are relegated Into Innocuous desuetude House bill No. 3.W, for the protection fV"Liberal Advances mail on Consignments. as location to prices, you asked will get in that your section.eyes opened This am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line olGoods.
and preservation of plumed I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite and solicit
bo much for the destructive and birds. tract Is the only desirable parcel we your correspondence
Produce Co. have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. your patronage. Very truly
annihilating featuie-for the fish will be Also No. 333 Mr. Sanders Incorporating Exposition .
by The price asked,,$5,0: annihilated shortly If not the Titusville Canaveral A
protected. ; fair profit, ana we are satisfied that
The manner of taking them amounts Peninsular railroad. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Wholesale nothing similar can be had at a much

to a public nuisance, and as such, can be Senate bill No. 203; providing{ for the higher price. This tract will no doubtbe ER &
payment of the states witnesses In a Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, sold within a few weeks. BREITWISCH,
corrected for rest at night and the
peace _
certain case In Brevard county, was Eggs, Fish, etc.
and quietness of the Sabbath are broken passed to third reading.. Office anil Storage Roomsbot. : Xo. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres
into and destroyed by the outrageous bill Ill & IU Butler 8t,.Cor. Eilgewood Are. close to the depot and post office at Mal- Successors to L. A. Coleman,
Senate No. 211, making January abar Large house with upper and lower
devils tattoo resorted to, to stampede lth() the birthday of Gen. Kobt. E. Lee, Atlanta, Georgia. veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; In Wbolelale' of
the finli'into the tender embrace of the a legal Holiday, was passed. Consignments Solicited. Consignees fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, and Retail FLORIDA MEATS na".

mesh. Section 47, act of 1832, and chap Mr. Sewall Introduced bill No. 337 In furnished with daily quotations. etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 Dealers 1ni
the house, providing for the creation ofa Special attention to every consign large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This .
ter 10-17: act of 1808, provides a sufficient county court In Dade county. ment, large or small will make a nice home for anybody. Orange and Vegetable Growers.

penalty for "all nuisances which tend to No. 300, by Mr. Sanders, requiring Carload lots of Florida vegetables and Good neighborhood. Price only $1250: .00.
fruits handled commission. Fla.
on Special La
annoy a community," etc., etc. persons making abstracts of title to Write for Htenrils.Tapi,etc. NOTE:-The above descriptions will Grange
There should be a law passed by the furnish bonds. rr &nk references furulnbed. enable customers to locate the several -- -
legislature, now in sesMou, prohibiting, N... 370 by Mr. Sewall, relative to properties very closely by examining --------

the taking of Huh during the spawning compensation of members of School one of the J., bt. A. & 'I. R. R'y com
Boards. pany's railroad maps, but we will be DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
season borne of the most Intelligent
House bill No. 30tl amending the act pleased to send special maps on a large .
fishermen on the river (and there are providing for establishing and working scale, on application, to parties who,

many who are a* genial, blight and Intellectual the public road and bridges, was indefinitely mean business and intend to buy, If they
as any citizen we" have) agree postponed. tan find such a bargain as they want. I
OF ALL KINDS Co's
Francis H &
that this I I. urgently necessary. For the HoUDll'IIJ' &; GRAHAM CO., Leggett :
McElree's Wine of Cardul JACKS
noise, which Is entirely In excess of ONVILLE Titusville, Fla.

what Is necessary, they must modify it a and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT arc Fine Groceries.

good deal, and also conduct that part of for sale by the following merchants in L F.. MINN. I>re.t. .. O. VANLANDINOHAM gee ft Trwu
their business where the Inhabitant of Titusville: Fred S. Chaffee A; Co.
the shores of the river are few or none, J. B. Screven. PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO., Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all kinds

and the Inhabitant of the water are .. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
t: 1884. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TIYW.AXE. _
just a* plentiful. Incorporated October 189--8.__rs to R. Banaon t Co.

G. F. EssEy. L. BARBOT & CO, Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber =:r- AgenU for Williams A Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited

Kept constantly on hand. Also special bill of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched Very Truly, Huron C*> Fonstor.
DOINGS OF .Till: LKGISLATUKI General Commission. lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and cover and cypress tanks of all sizes -.

:. made. called for. All Kinds of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Wort a

rJ "" d SpCClllty. One of our firm I is a contractor and builder of many years' experience, RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. noG0.IfeUry .

Major O. I*. Ilealey of Voluslacounty, i I so that we are prepared to make estimates: and take contracts for the constructionand Public&Ii Ininnnc Art
S building of all kinds of private and public edifice on reasonable terra and In
in the and Senator in the
House; Darby ..9 :; r;:... ::! the most satisfactory manner. 'all and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Florida
Senate, are certainly getting after the c/a WNEW Real Estate Exchange
railroad companies and other corporations Correspondence and Patronage Solicited. ,

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"with a harp stick. We gave ORLEANS.LA.

the ADVOCATE readers, In our last luue, Cy: Write us for descriptive price list

some Idea how draatio and unjust were ErERENCEI IMarewlltas B k.Coiuiuvrcli POSTOFFICE _

the provisions of the bill Introduced by ( Apa.'' A Beautiful Line of __ MELBOURNE BOX I6O.

Major Ilealey for the purpose of creatinga Brevard Co., FLA.

railroad commission The Senate will C G McCLINTOCK
r-r-
In all probability, reject the measure of Card Cases Purses

Major Ilealey for a bad law. One which Receiver of ,


face I II unconstitutional I* worse than and no law unjust at all.on its It Fruits and Vegetables Hair Pins o- "" Lumber and House Building Materials 4-

would be Inoperative, and only delugethe ,

Supreme Court with litigation to the 415 North Front St.. e And Latest Novelties atAXTHOXY ** Sash, Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Jails and

great detriment of those patient litigantswho Philadelphia, Pa. ,

have waited no suany year for a BROS., Builders' Hardware.

hearing. Shipment sold on arrivaL Checks THE JEWELERS. TITUSVILLE, FLA
That something I* wanted In the way and account of sale sent out each day. Sized

of legislation to prevent unjust discrimination $end for market report. References Witch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing.! > : Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty-

by railroad companies almost upon application from all over the state. :1 G. F. PADDISON, -

everybody will admit; but that class PIMM OMUtloB Skis p'|*r IB mUD,. ,
TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU: OALLIE fE'!










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