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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 24, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, Jtend This Column Carefully. -Strawberries have been pretty plentiful -Mr. }? L. Brady has had a I large Bicycle llnvea. The KiMt Coast Canal. F

I In town this week water tank and stand erected on his
nd Topics of General Interest. Advertisements on this (first)
place on Atlantic .avenue this week. The West Palm Beach correspondentof
The Indian River Cyclo Co. first an- I.
page are ten cents per line per week and -Ormond bridge will\ shortly undergo
are continued from week to week unless i repairs; and a new toll-house, It Is said, -Tho Rev. W. C. Barnes and wife of nual road race will take place Friday, the Times-Union says the dredge !ha ,I

.\\tj and General Oonulp In eonnertlon otherwise ordered. Reading notices on will\ be erected. + Melbourne, are entertaining Mrs. (>. O. 21st of June at three o'clock. There that portion of the East Coast canal.

with Indian River and. Lake Brief Worth mention seatlonsdurinlpastweek. offntcrmitlii any page but the first, are five cents per I Barnes and Miss Belle Raot, of Sanibel will be five races which will cause con- between the south end of Lake Worth ,'
line each insertion. -Contractor F. W. Beer has been .
from Vnrloan Parts siderable excitement among the boys of and New Rlvrr, a apace of thirty miles
Events
spending a day or two In town this week, bland.Mr.
back wlden-
of the World About People You Know TUB EAfiiK CIOTIIINO STORE, In the on his to Lake Worth. and Mrs Il. N. Brandt, of Huntington Indian River. have met and are working ,
end IVople You Don't Know Picked ADVOCATE: blnck, Tltnstille\ are the way who have been spending a few and cleaning out. The cut will\ be tIO 1
,p by Onr Society Editor. loading clothiers on the East Coast of I -Mr. N. C. Rldenour, of Clarcnda, feet wide with an average depth of 0
dayswithMr. and Mrs T. T. Wetmore The New Hotel.
ringler
Florida. Give them a trial. Iowa, stopped off here a day or so this feet of water. Navigation will begin In
returned home
week on his way to Palm Beach on Saturday. July. The dredges will\ then go to the
TNT p V :1? WliFKh to stop. See list of hotels on -Mrs. R. J. Simpson and Mrs. F.; S. Work on the new Flagler hotel on the space between Now River and BlscayneBuy.
Mr. O Howes of the Park Cottage
ED our 4th and 7th pages. Roper, of St. Louis, Mo., arrived In beach In the rear of the Royal Polnclanti The( distance Is only about half so II
West Palm Beach has been spending
has been commenced. About three hundred
OAT town Wednesday, and left yesterday for
Ihuia and much andwill
several in St Augustine this far In cutting, lighter, i
days
.\N* Coi.OH of stamping powder desired West Palm Beach, where they expect carpenters will\ tind steady" employment be completed sometime In the early '
at C'H.\FFIE & Co. Druggists week to spend a short while. until the first of December. An !

XSA Iwo Titusville, }'la. -Mr. E. L. Brady, who had been attending -Mr. John Henry, of Melbourne Beach, artists' studio, yacht club house, Im- fall. -

to business matters In Jackson provement to the Royal l'olnelan1111: I
who sold<<1 his pineapple plantation to A Hallroad to the It''M.
IN EOORNAISl DEED blanks Etc each; $1.00 per 100, at ville for several days, returned to townon Anderson other work will bo done. I
the ADVOCATE office. urns, of Melbourne, about -

---- Saturda last. twelve months or so ago, has re-purchased With a railroad constructed over the i
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Ylil' (. TUTII: carefully extracted by Dr. M. D. -Mrs. Dugbec, mother of Conductor the same. Exchange: I'ropertj. coral reefs to Florida keys, Cuba will\

L. Do ..."n. 50 cents per tooth. Office It. Bujzbee, of the Flagler Railway, died -Tho shipping) of pineapples) has become a very near neighbor. It will\ N r

on llutchinson avenue, Titusville. at Augustine Sunday night, at an advanced commenced from Key West to New Mr. Gus I' Anthony, on Monday, bo within ferry boat distance With the

w = it age. York; while" three schooners recently made an exchange of a house and lot In time of ocean passage reduced! to a few

FOil fustclass shoemaking and repairingcall ; -Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Shaw and family left Nassau loaded with the luscious Washington, Ga., for l.'O! acres of landat hours, many 11'11IIIake\ the trip. By

1, old stand on J.,A.Titusville Dttightrv, Fla.at Mr. Nolie's of Klssimmee, arrived In town on Monday fruit for iltimore.; Hardeevllle, about twelve miles south that means, friendly Intercourse will lio

and left next day for West Palm of Titnsvllle. Eight acres of the 1 hllllll41)Int.lln established between the people! of this
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report) a meeting: << on
WE MAX: YtRImv: Pirn'tn on Special Beach, where they expect to reside I'er.i i Monday, for the of organizing a : orange. trees, the balance being country and those on the Island of Cuba.
Mixtures for pineapples. We have a mauently. i purpose) pine and hammock land. Captain Close friendships and business relation
4th of July celebration received at
ri large! stock of Tobacco Dust, Kainlt, was R. A. Hardee, who exchanged! the land; will be the results of frequent intercourse -
Vaill'owner the floating
E. E. of
-Capt. this office last en'nlng-too late for Insertion
Cotton Seed Meal and Potashes, whichwe will, probably, use the Georgia house asa Trade of all kinds 11'11110\ In
hotel at West Palm Beach passed
must! reduce. Let us quote you. In this issue.
of resident In the creased. American Is neededto
enterprise
LITTLE Bno F & P. ('0., through here Tuesday, on his way to place summer.
Miss Jennie Altree of Port
Tampa the of the
great
14-4 Jacksonville, Fla. Lake Worth lie had been spending develop resources
City, arrived In town Tuesday on a visit Island mud of which Is unimproved.Commerce .
several days In St. Augustine! A Store Hunted Ih own on Indian ,
to her sister Mis.. J. E. Lanouette.
,
In modern times Hows
To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE ItUer.
A certain rich 4chant named Holler block, Titusville. Excellent lo- '-Mr. O. B. Weeks of the Darling Miss Jennie's many friends are always through the shortest channels because

Thought all advertlHing a fully cation, Possession may be had at Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville, was In towna pleased to see her In town. commodities can IK carried through
ft.i he took out his ads Robbing Grahamor An ADVOCATE correspondent Informs
U'clnrinc them fails, once. Apply to &: shot while Monday and Tuesday, on -1>1'. J. B. Screven has been having a them quicker, and w Ith less danger: Toa
: : C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, us that the stole building, near the
And iiKwclfly melancholy
grew Titusville. his way down Indian River. We acknowledge great many loads of sand hauled on his merchant more than to other people.the .
steamboat at
landing Gcorglana, occupied
a pleasant call from Mr. residence lot this week, for the purposeof old maxim, "lime Is money," ap
the Mr. F.
for many years by owner,
-y JOB PRINTING at this office. MOVEI We want money to loan on first Weeks raising the land above water level C, Allen, was burned down on Saturday plies. With a railroad to Florida\ keys,

real estate mortgages. Ten per cent -"The Spectre Knight" Is the title of during the rainy season, which has com- the bulk of the trade between this country -
night. For some time past the building
be had at
The ADVOCATE
iy may free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden an operetta that will be placed on the menced. and the West Indies will\ pass
Dr :screven's drug store and Mrs Emma & Sanders, Titusvllle and West Palm has been rented by Weythe Wagner,
Eaton news stand, 5c. per copy. Beach, Florida.\ board at the Titusville Opera house Aichdeacou B. F. Brown will" hold who dealt In general merchandise; and through Florida" and the people of that
this summer. There are six prominent state m receive the benefit of It. Most
divine service In St. Gabriel' church on
-The ADVOCATE don't cost three It Is said they had a stock valued at
you characters In It, besides chorus pages, next the 2itth hint. at 11 persons prefer to travel by land.-Florida
Sunday a. m.
cents per week, postage included, when "'E now have money to loan in sums to (3,000 In the building when It wan burned I
taken by the year. suit an approved real estate security. etc. and 7:30 p. m. Sermon In the morningon down, which had no Insurance Mr. Citizen.

Send In your applications Robbins & Gen'l. Pass. Agent Jos. Richardson the personality and work of the Holy Allen's building wa Insured for f'OO.Kiitt .
Mr' Julius Kline left here, Monday, Graham Co. expects to leave Jacksonville\ to-day for Ghost. The evening lecture will\ be on i'Ail.Ultl: OP Till] HANK: OKDAYTON'A.

m It short visit to Tampa. Renova, Pa., for 'the purpose of escortIng the Reformation In England. .
Coast Schooner Herlce.The 1 .
-<'ounty Surveyor R. B. Burchflel, of NAPHTHA LAVNCIIKH. A. T. Rose, Mel- his mother-in-law, Mrs. Jones, home. Joseph Richardson, general passenger -

iitorglana, spent from Monday until bourne, Indian River will build any Mr. Richardson's little daughter Catharine agent of the Jacksonville St. Augustine Much excitement was canned Daytona -
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kind of steam or naphtha launch, sail East Coast Line has put on a
Tuesda) in town. or row boat to order. Write him for will go north with her grandmother, and Indian |giver Railroad, returned schooner service from Matacumbu Key, on Monday owing the disappear- .

Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins left here estimates. to spend the summer.It It. the bank. '
B.
Sunday evening from Atlanta, where he south of Blscayne Bay and some ]point since of Mr. Wolscley, r, 'I I

Wednesday for Jacksonville\ to attend to takes a rich man to draw a check, went to attend the meeting of the executive i on Indian River-Stewart or Alicia-to the previous day, and I the closing of the) >

tome law matters.Mr. ,BiiioiiT COTTON SEED MEAL, (19.00 per a pretty gill to draw attention, a horse committee of the Southern States' connect with the railroad at that point. bank. It Is said that scarcely anyono

Fred S. Chaffee, after spending $ton 12.00 f. o. b.ton at f.Jacksonville o. b. Jacksonville.; Kainit, to draw a cart, a porous plaster to draw Passenger Association The business of these schooners will ba escaped the bank's; failure, an.lln some

several days in Jacksonville\ returned Special per prices on large orders. Write the skin, a toper to draw a cork, a free -No doubt most of our unmarried to transport the pineapple) ) crop from the III.tanl'esl'oor people lost their all. One

home the first week. in lunch to draw a crowd, ana an advertis- hard-working woman\, went there
of the us for quotations on everything fer lady readers will\ feel Interested In the keys and bay northward. The schooners very

-Mr. A. S. Baker, of the firm of tilizer line. ment In a newspaper to draw trade. wedding report In another column. We are the Indian River boats Queen, Capt. Tuesday and deposited all the money
LITTLE BHOH. F. & P. Co.
: world
Tribune.Mr. she possessed the *HOO.
Baker &: Holmes, Jacksonville, spentpart 144 Jacksonville, Fla.JrLll"ll Beaver Valley were Informed that about 200 attended McFadden; Olivette, Capt. Bralncrd, and

of Monday and Tuesday in town. George Altree, who has been the wedding. The bride and groom Privateer, Capt ]hall. Additional boats Telegrams were sent out to InterceptMr

-ra. R. F. Hall, after a pleasant KLINE Is selling everything In spending a few days In town with Mr. passed through Titusvllle, Tuesday, on will be put on as needed. These three Wolsuley who was found at bank DeLand.'
stated that he closed his Saturday
lIe ; -
visit of some weeks' duration at Georgi- his line out at cost price, better prospects and Mrs. Lanouctte, left for Sanford, their way north, looking as happy as two are now\ on Blscayne Bay, making readyfor

ana and Oceanus, returned to town on for a new stock being in view. Monday, en route to his home In Crescent turtle doves. We hope to chronicle another the Initial trip. Thin may be regarded night and. made an assignment for
Don't miss the chance of securing the benefit of his depositors to C. E.
Lanouette
Monday City. Mrs accompaniedher happy event ere long. a* the entering wedge of the
what want In genU' ladies' andchildren's
from the
you Smith excluding assignmentnot
father far Sanford where she the Citizen. ,
as
as ,
on bay.-
Flagler System
-West Palm Beach la to have the goods cheaply. Julius Many of our Tltusvlllo\ residents will\ even his homestead exemptions.Ho .

names of her streets painted on the cor- Kline, Washington avenue, Titusvllle, remained until Tuesday.Mr. regret to learn that the Rev. W. T. avers that there will\ be sufficient

''leD Why not do likewise In Titus- Fla.Will. A. J. Doyle left here, Saturday Veale will\ preach his last sermon at thePresbyterian The Suspended Major. funds when It III possible to realize Id.papas *
last for Sanford. To-morrow he expects -
,
nil church on Sunday next.
and
all In full
to depositor
to leave for Savannah to spend a A* We go to press no time has been pay
made host of fiends
He has a duringthe
McCormick and Joseph and
-The ADVOCATE has been having that hU arrest wRIIllnllecell.ary un-
few days. Mr. Doyle was one of the set by the council to hear and declduupon I
he baa been Indian River
time
several on for he hud Intention IfIIkl"I,1r11
palmetto palms planted on the Curry Cleared. called as no (
most popular boys In town and many of and his have generally being the charge against Mayor }:arman.
sermon
lIorth ale of its brick building this ( the country, and only came to
our residents would be pleased to see commented In the meantime the prosecuting witness -
wek They were planted under the di- C. C. Chillingworth who, with his favorably upon DuLaiid to bring his wife, who was stick
him again in business on Indian River. Mr.I Leon, has left the state. The
wtloD of Capt-E. II. Rice. Titusville law partner, Mr. Bobbins, -The graduating clan at Stetson city attorney, C. C. Chillingworth, however He thought It best to got her away from

went down to Cocoanut Grove to defend Bargain advertising has become so University this year will\ be larger than states that his absence will make the Melts of excitement.

1 YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED the above named of very serious charges thoroughly a part of the regular pro- ever before, there being fifteen members no material difference, All his depositioncan I Mr. Wolseley say that all deposits|

I to the name-and-date slip pasted returned Thursday morning. He states gramme of stores of the very highest a*follow*: In the Academic department be easily secured, and there U other made on Saturday were laid aside In envelopes -

::I'r weekly upon the ADVOCATE or that they were acquitted, and the two standing, it has passed out of the doubtful (classical and latin scientific course) Mr. evidence besides. The su*|>uded mayor I marked with the depositors'

has wrapper.expired,If please your subscription remit. boys, Chas. Curtis and Leonard New- policy stage and become a good Bert Fish and Misses Edith Harknes, first asked a continuance on accountof I names. The total deposit In the *u-

bold charged with sodomy and defended thing all around for newspapers, for Harriet Harknes, Mr. Lewi B. Rile the absence of Mr. Robbins, who he fended bank amounted to fW.OOO.)

-Mrs. Sweet left here, Monday, for by J. A. McCrory, were bound over storekeepers and for shoppers-a* long and Miss Edith Walker. General course said he hail engaged as his counsel, Mr.R. On Tuesday )[Wolseley returned to

Tillman to attend the marriage of Mr. to appear before the next circuit court. a* It I Is strictly honest Harlan K. Bolton, David Cull, Sara ., however, knew nothing of the ar. Daytona a"lls I now assisting In an examination

1 L, Hart to Miss Helen Louise Valentine -West Palm Beach Gazetteer. -According to the Grand Rapids papers Crosby, Alice W. Hogan, Grace Howard, rangement, and )Ir. Karnmn: now says of the books and papers of

a t Tillman. which took place attin which were sent us by Mr. Fred f. Ada F. Hughes Avis Paine, Ethan I). he will] have St. Clair Abrams here to the bank. An executive committee,
< -Lots of pineapple slips and sucker had bad Vullaume,'Harry C. Webb. In the mu- consisting of Dr. Oren, Mr. Frank T.
<" dock on Tuesday morning. Taylor, they must have pretty defend him.-West Palm Beach Gazer
for sale on page 4 and 3. sic department (piano)-Cordelia A.
-Mr weather In Michigan this month. Snow ear Peck and the Rev. Mr. Arnold, met
Jas. McFarlane who left Lake
Worth -Mr. W. N. Armington, a prominent fell to a depth of 11 Inches In some Paine.-DeLand Supplement.The -- ---- again yesterday, to>> decide In regardto
last
week
to to stateIs
en route England merchant from the Interior of the
get married, writes us from the turt- I In town to-day. place In that state. No doubt Mr. Tay Indian River hotel-which Is The! I- C. L. C. &: T. Co.;* Launch a stock company to continue the

tfant House New York to the effect lor would rather have been at lioekledge said to be run in much better shape than bank. Dr. Oren, a large depositor,
-The sermon on Sunday morning on Fire.A .
that be will travel considerably through next at the Baptist church will\ be on away from such severe weather.A It ba for a long time-U having screen offer capital. It I I. thought this plan '

England mission work. Everybody is cordially fixed to all the window and door. will be carried through. Mr. Wolseley
and Scotland before returning meeting of the rat clerk of the telegram to the Citizen on Tuesday
Invited to attend. The Rev. B. A. state that the assets will fully 00
Worth. will preach. Florida railroad line wa held oo Monday says the launch J. W'. Denny, longing
Geiger The hotel guest will now be able to per cent, and probably more. It Is to
-"' In the office of General Passenger the Coast Line Canal and Transportation
Ing to East
Monday being Emancipation to
train from Jacksonville ret In and smile at the festive tia hopes) thin will prove correct. for the
Day colored several Richardson, of tbeEat Count peace Co. and used In running between -
a large crowd of the to West Palm Beach was delayed Agent who cannot admittance. depositor cannot afford to lore any
People! of TitusvlUe celebrated the minutes by a drove of cattle that the Line. The object of the meeting wa to mowioKo gain West Palm Itoacb and the dredge thing. Th freeze of last winter and

0ecaaion. Several went on the excursion engine, had run on a trestle. There were fix excursion rate between various The dioing-ruum of the hotel I Ir also being now at work on the canal near New river their consequences In loss of crops and r

'ran- to Sanford; while another largeIMru about twe iy In the drove and It was Florida point for the summer eon, re-papered and its appearance generally caught tire on Tuesday, ami would failure to meet business obligations depreciated
difficulty that they were got
with some improved. Manager Voss I.I certainly much of the bank'ipaper and
: accompanied by a brass band, out of the treatle.' >me of them bating and to attend to other railroad rouChw thing neat and orderly have been consumed had It not have caused the assignmentMessrs.

had ic-nle 1 and fish fry at Salt Lake, fallen through. The train hands bad to work. keeping very been quick work on the part of Captain
Rr bard but they raised all of both inside aud outside the hotel,
utlersUnd Mr. J. W. Rogers was work pretty fastened. -Yr. Geo. M. Robbins, who kit her* do Bravo and his crew aboard the steamer K. B. handle and M. F.
the the animal that bad become and we treat he will continue to *o. -
I I'-"moter of the latter excursion. None of the cattle were killed.-Citizen.WE recently -for- Cocoanut- Grove, to defend --- Santa Lucia The fire originated from Crouch of North Adams, Mas., were la

Mr. Will McCormick against certain the cooking stove In the rear of the town on Tuesday.
**: Barony OTTOS SEED: MEAL, 919.00 per
? 'i' COTTOS SEED MEAL, 'ID.OO per Low PHICK Special charge with which h* wa accused, returned ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville: Kaiutt, boat. The cabin wa badly scorched. Wr MAKE: VICHY: Low Patens on Special

'- 'is o. b. at Jacksonville; Kalnit, MAKE TEST for Pineapple\ W oq. have a to Tltusvlll on Monday, having 12.0 per ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville. The mess wa cooking dinner at the Mlxlure for Pineapple We have a
v Mixture
per ton f. b. Jacksonville.
'a' al prices on o.large at order. Write large stork of Tobacco Dust kalnit.: com back by way of Key West and Special price on large order Writeus time that the fire occurred Capt Bravo large Cotton stock Seed of Meal Tobacco and Potashes Dust, ,Kalnit which,

'". :';;r quotations on everything In the Cotton Seed Meal and I'otaabea. which. Tampa. II* say the rekldent- BUtayne fur quotations line. on everything In thefertilizer gar orders for the hose to be connected we must reduce. Let us quote you.

''I'zerline.' we must reduce.Buo Let F us. "e. P. tt iou.LITTLX *.. Bay are a very bopitablt people, Lsrai.x Buo. F. A P. Cu., with the pipe, and the fire was extinguished LITTLE Bw*. K. 4: r, CW.
j.' LITTLE BKO F. A P. Co., FU. before much damage was done. 144 Ja Jacksonville Hi
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2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MAY 14, 1891.t .



e THE EXPRESSIVE HUMAN HAND. 1 LisC' Clyde Steamship Co '

trencth of the Ilntert It M lades *e
Mental Bal__

Much has been written about the

hand. Artists have depicted its perfection
physiognomists have interpreted r ll

Till a-W HEROINE. its shape and expression, cbirologists I fb
and the gypsy queens have tried to sC'
A Dram .* tft. r....., Made T.... t* prophesy from Its markings. But a

i t Life. study of its peculiarities by the inductive -

Edwin-And do yon really lore me? method takes one into entirely new

r Angelina-With all my heart and fields and shows that to interpret the -

soul, and letEdwlo -. significance of the hand one must starton

Yet what? Angelina, why quite new linen There is something

do you look so itrangely at met There perhaps in the fact that the artistio Charleston and Florida
is something on your mind, something hand has somewhat tapering fingers New York, Line''

yon hare not the courage to tell me. but beyond this one deals with uncertainties
Angelina-Edwin lean hide and I recollect
nothing sn idiot youth
from yon. Even though it should wreck whose extremities had the contour of a The magnificent Steamships of this Line are aj
Mrs a. A.
Boiimojroe; Lrj.bet't, 'I both our lives you have the right to genius or a Trilby.If pointed to sail as follows :
know the truth. one examines. the hands, of a large I ON THE OUTSIDE-
Edwin-My own darling what it in number of persons with a nervous en. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
Terrible 'that is the I heat place to keep the
Misery your heart? dowment, be will find curious defects in (,TAI'DAiiDTIllg.I l
old fashioned Just
Angelina-Can you bear to hoar It? the length and relative proportions of huge, pill. as From New York, From Jm k.oelll,I
Helpless With Rheumatism Don't look at me, or I shall not have the the fln erL The length of the finger I is : soon as you get it inside, it begins (I'ier 19, L. It.) STEAMER tharleptonj\e 1m

and Without AppetiteTired courage to say what mutt be aid. Edwin determined by that of the middle ono. I to trouble jou hat'l the use of Friday l Air 2f, at 3.m p mt ..... .IR04'lt"OTR.CF1ER"hl.E..Fnndar.Thnntila' ,), Ma) '
30 Suer m :: I ,
Feeling and Paint I have never lived a disreputable If the index and median are closed upon suffering with it, when you can Tue Frl.lay lay, May I 8: :: eta:: t m.. Alf.OMJI hnrwlajr; ,

Hood' Sarsaparllla.Dispelledby life. the palm the ring and little finger being Pleasant help from Dr. Pierce's U'rdnwday.IBT :: In B: :: 310).: : m m ; 1KIKJI;OIS I.E'.,..::.Tuearlav Thur*
"I wu In terrible mliery with rheumatism la Edwin (burying hit faoe in his hands) left extended, the middle finger Pellets ? Tuesday Fri l :: 1at 8.00: P m .... CHLIIOK I'iN.' Snndav, :: "
Great heaven and I believed in will reach close to the place where the These Frl lav, 17: jno: p m .fiFStINOLl: :,: Thunulay, ..
toy hlpt and lower llmbi I read 10 much you tiny, sugarcoated granulesdo Monday, .. 211, a' 3.on p m IL'INII'OIP.! Similar, .". '
about Jloodi BaruparlUa that I thought I so utterly. (Then rifting, with a deujxr- so called life line runs down betweenthe you pertnantnt good. They act Frlohy, 24. at 3.nil .p ni ALGeS1)I'IN. Thursday .
would try It and tea If It would relieve me. ate effort to control his emotion) Good ball of the thumb and that of the and naturally and there no T ie..lay, :: 2$, at 8.00 p m 'PFMIMI1E... Pun IBV, .tone. : I
I mildly Friday, ill, at 3:00 p m...... IIUXJIUJ9 Thursday, .
When commenced I could not lit up nor even by. little finger. It will touch the palm just reaction afterward. Constipation
turn over In bed without help On bottle of Angelinatalling on her knees and below the highest part of the ball of the I' Indi Attacks and

Hood' Relieved Me clinging to him)-Ah, no, you shall not thumb. The middle finger is taken as I derangements ,
to much that I was lOOn out of bed and could go. Think of it, Edwin-of the temptations the standard of length by which to all of the liver, stom Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville LineFor

walk. I bad also felt weak and tired all the to virtue that surrounded me, of gauge that of others. In a normal hand ach, and bowels are prevented,
time t could not deep and obtained to little rest the examples of simple girlhood that the forefinger reaches just to the root of relieved, and permanently cured. the present and until further notice,.Steamer "EMASStE" ,i men

1 at baa night no that appetite I felt to all eat worn anything out In the,but morning Hood!CHood's poisoned my youth. If I have lived a the middle finger, the ring finger is lon They're the smallest, the easiestto to sail from rklhdilpliH for Charleston Wednesdays, and from < hirlcst, <

life of upotlesa innocence, remember, at ger and should reach nearly to the mid. take, and the cheapest for Philadelphia, Sundays Close connection is made at Charleston tt! 1 .

Cures least, that I knew no better. What else die of the nail of the medins, while the they're guaranteed to gin satisfaction Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida )p .

could I dof-brought up from earliest little finger should reach to the last or your money is re Also Philadelphia and Interior points via Philadelphia.
Bartaparilla restored my appetite to that I infancy by a mother of unblemished rep- joint of the third finger. Now, in inebriates turned. You pay only for the
could tat without dliitreii and I hareutned
any utationf epileptics, neurotics and the good you get. Nothing else urged
ttrenfrth
I hare taken
fire
bottles l 1Plm.JI.! in and I am at well. Edwin (with a gesture of horror)- degenerative generally these proportionsare by the dealer, though they may be

at tTer" Mx..8.A.l.srenualtoumoyne,0. Your mother too? Angelina, our mar often not obierved. The most common better for him to sell, can bo justas St. Johns River Line.

Hood's Pills cure liver tilt, onttlpatlon, riage is ImpoHfllble. defect is shortness, especially of the good for to buy.
bllloutnett,Jaundice,tick headache,indigestion.N1CIF.TIEe Angelina-How hard you men are I I third and little fingers, though some you

------- ------------- Is your sex alone to have the monopoly times a disproportionate length occurs. __ n ____ __ _____ For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points c
of innocence? Must there always be Sometimes these finders are unnaturally I
ETC.
one law for women and another for dra- slender, or the little finger slightly : Valuable find la Capitol Rubblnh. the St. .Johns River.

Free and matlo authors? Oh, it is cruel cruel I bent The most common abnormality of : In the fileroom and document roomsit ,

Dut you will not leave me. Remember the thumb is excessive shortness, with a the capitol, secreted under piles of The Elegant Iron S1de-1Vheel Steamers

I am still young. It is never too late defective mobility. These peculiarities, Useless government publications and
Accepted Masons I I 'OITY OIF J. .OI5LSOJ:: >J "VI3:: : Ij33 "
to err. And is it because I am a woman well accentuated, from what we may the accumulated dust of years, lie many ,

that I am to be denied the chance of call the "decadent band"-the band precious papers and books whose existence CAPT. AV. A. SHAW,

retrieving the innocence of a misspent that writes our sensuous novels, the is forgotten, or at least is nn.
O the indiscretions drama Is pointed to tail from Jacksonville Sunday*,Tuetilays and Frhla). at 3:JO i I' .in it.
Indian Tltullvl110 youth by of a riper Hanptmaun paints symbolic pictures known. Not long ago one of the file )
River v Fla. womanhood? Besides, are there not and exploits pure atheism. Such I olerks of the house of representatives turning leave Sanford Mondays.. edneailayt and Saturday at 900: a. inI

Lodge, No. 00 oases, cases known to ns both, where a hands may be well formed to the ordinary I found eight autograph letters of Washington MilTlllloM
wife has lived down the terrible reproach eye and may be attached to slender i in the midst of a pile of old records fi01'THtul'NU.Rep.l IIeN'n.: 8CHEDIU.Ja .. I I I lift I rp.| ,

Holds Itt meeting the neeonil and fourth Frl of a blameless girlhood? Why even and graceful limbs but this kind of I which his superior officer thought Leave 330 I'. m. ........ ............. .... <. ...nvllle............. .... .... .... Arr ...+]r._

day of atlaerpm.JltlavueL:each,month. at the Court 8.houeeTitnryule II. RAT, nothing Mr. Jones'later latest than heroine that, could, and not there absolutely is as beautiful often among band and the children arm is found of alcoholics quite 'I he At"might another just time as well he get discovered rid of."in a :: 84A Star 4311SJO: : :: m m in: :::::::::::::::::::::::::St.: alatka Acton rranclsIterenford...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::: :::' Leave :ill I.3P I''".

rt..o. W MKMGIITS prove she bad gone wrong, and yet and among those highly cultivated I pigeonhole the original of the letter .. a. m. ........ .... ........... ................. ........... .. 12.1. a',
.
her husband took her back I IDa' you families which have become degeneratedby Martha Washington wrote in responseto Arrive" etcra.m SJOta a. : ::::::::::::::: ::::::::].nuea.ringe...BanfordKnten :::::::::::::::::::: :: ::: :: III SIC, ,:'

OF PYTHIAS are so proud, so relentless You have \'Icloe'Ioes and vioionns crossing. a resolution declaring it to be the .. a. m................ ............ .rlM... ............ ..! .. .... .311..
Hemlnole' Lodge, No.:HI. hnlili Its meeting at no pity In your heart Medical Record. tense of congress that the Father of His

Colts the Court of each house month the, at flrat 8 o'tl four. m.R even' Edwin-Believe me, it is not pride. Country should be buried in the crypt of General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonvll! :

1). GEIIIEK, W.H.IIAeate, For myself, I would gladly brave the PYGMIES. the capitol in which she gives her objections M. H.CL1"1I.,A.T M, F. M IHOKMO.NOER' ,JR., Fla. Psen. Apt
C. C. K. of R. A 8, censure of the world, and if in after to that plan. Last summer the Bowling Green, new TorkTBEO 88 We.t Hay St.Jack*ntllte.1
Some Information About Thee StrangeMites .O EGGER,T. )!., JNO L HOWARD,Fla Frt Agt.
years men thonld, say in !scorn "He mar assistant librarian of the senate discovered
of humanity t Howling Green,Yew York. Foot lingua Bt.JaokuMnillt I
INDIAN RIVER OtTAUDS ried her, though there was nothing on the top of a bookcase in a dark
The Greek word pygmy means a measure A. J COLE,General 1'annenper Agent J. A.LEM.IE, HnierlntenilenFoot !
Drill at the Armory, over Jail against her, I shou.ld still be happy, storeroom a dozen volumes of official
county every. from the elbow to the band. The re ft Bowling Green, New York. Kngao St...JaikMntillr t tI
TueiMlav evening in the A.T.tinnthateo'ehe I KATKH,Captain k. knowing I had your love. But my father pygmies were a fabulous race of dwarfs ports that could not be duplicated for ). D C. MINK, G. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,l'htladelphla.t,
that dear old man in his oniet about whom love or money and were supposed to be ;Wl\[. p. CLYDE & co., General Agents,
stories
--- -- country vicarage. Think of ill It Ii too have been told many According interesting to Homer I out of existence. There are doubtless I 19 So. Delaware A v.,Philadelphia. 8 Howling Green. New York
C1IUKCIIK8. horrible I IAngelina i other honks and manngcricts of eonal
(with bowod head)-Yon I they were so very small that they were value in the dust and dark that should

E.'IHCOl'AI. CHIRCHkr are right I had forgotten your father. attacked every year by the cranes 011 be carefully preserved It would be a
the coast of Oceanus and unable
>lce* the lit and 3rd Sunday. In each Edwin-How could 1' ever look into were to good thing for congress to employ some Southern.Railway
month,nt II a. In. and t gar p. in Kun..yach.,1. defend themselves i ---'
that sweet wrinkled face and meet those who knows --
about such )
very rtuniUr at 2:Jo p. in. Evening i rayer at Writers of a later date locate the man things to
I p. m, on Wed11eedaya. Litany eervlie every reverend eyes knowing that I was ask pygmies go through the files and select the chaff
Friday at 10 a. m. at the mouth of the Nile. We also
Rev. II. F. llnnwN Rector. ing him to receive as a daughter one read of northern pygmies inhabiting the from the wheat The rubbish can go to (}

who had never strayed from the pathsof region of Thule, and of others that the paper mill but the important records ) r--
virtue? should be for
I'RESI
YTERIACHIRCH. arranged preservation.
lived in subterranean
dwellings the
on
,at 11 a m andTs30p.m: Angelina see it all now. Goodby As it is now, every new clerk who
eastern tide of the It is
: It : Ganges said
8at.batha.9ne.eat0:30;
:
a. m tlirUtlan t mleavor Edwin-Goodby. comes in, and changes are made frequently ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE
that when
Hercules
at 13U meeting once visited the
meeting ; m
: p ? prayer l Angelina (as he is going)-Edwin, overhauls the files and makes
Weilnen lay at I jn' l'.m. All are cordially, Invited country inhabited by these little creatures
to attend Kiev W. T. \KALE, taitor come back. two whole pygmy armies attacked the room he needs by throwing out THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
Edwln-Ah, don't torture me. I can what he considers ulele .-Chicago
him
while he One
was asleep.
MhTllOUIST CIWRCILService. boar no more.AogelloaDu'. army Record.
COMPARTMENT
fell upon his right and the other CARS, DINING CARS
'fittuvllie what if I upon
at every first If'(1m,1 and were to
third eabbath at I I .rel. ud 7 p, tn, Puu iev5had tell that this his left, but the hero easily and quickly THOROUGHFARE
at to o'cl.wk :m,every Sunday. I:Epworth: : 1 yon confession so humiliating rolled them up in his lion's skin. lloth Wrong.A COACHES VESTIBULED TRAIN
League at II', u.. every Kunla71 I..er ...... to ns both, was but a ruse to test
7 o..k. every Tlmfl''y' nllCht. The polite.unlC. the strength of devotion? They were not, it seems at all afraidof writer in Mr Astor's Pall Mall 1
oor".all. invited tel attend our aervll"'.. your Hercules, for by the aid of a ladder Magazine sneers at the assertion in the
8. W. LAW U.K, IVlorHAITI8T within Edwin me-,Ah only, don't to plunge raise me a false again hope in they climbed up his drinking cup and Declaration of Independence of the QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

the abyss of denpairl helped themselves to Its contents American colonies that "all men areborn
CHURCH I Aristotle "The free and -
says: pygmies were equal"Probably
VrearhlnK test, second and fourth Hun Ang\lIno-Dut this is no false hope.
every probably diminutive in the North
some race Upper English snob sad
the Bt.
dayi IYrr MeetingS every Tu nl y eveningat Edwin (eagerly)-What do you mean? I or North and Wo.t.
T.; clock, Honv Horvli-e every t'rlilay evening: Egypt who rode very small horses and American truckler who wrote the article
at To'clock. Hun lav "fehonl Angelina (burying her head on his 100. ... .100. ... N
Sunday at 100.
every lived in cneL" He did not believe would have sneered just the ALL TRAINS DAILY .s.w IOf
same c a.I'M640pm
10 a. in All are corUUIIv Invlteil N,atu-n.l shoulder)-I mean that? have been no All TRAINS DAILY. :u..i."a' '
It. A. runes. lantorCATHOLIC better than I should be. that the stories told about them were if he had quoted the passage correctly 11.1.1. aril.- ,.. L.e.1! e'
altogether fabulous The declaration does 1*. JackwnTUl, F C.A V_. 7 00 am Lv n
not Jacksonville .
Edwin assert any. F.C.A P. ft .0 JIm ;
CHI'RCII. (embracing her-My own true It has often been declared that thereare thing of the kind. Savannah prtt. : :-' 140 to tmU a Upm Everett, Southern. (20pm::: Ls+
love. Nothing can part ns now. am 10 14 pm Ar Macon, : 1lara tW.
R.rvir.p l at 10- a. iii.every Pnnd.y. I 'III over pygmy races of human beings the It is speaking of the natural, not of Ar'. Columbia, oothtrn" :: 460 cm loam Atlanta, 4 12am 1111.
Curtain. Punch. CbarlotM _.
Indian River -
Iltat.hank l'hlldrea'st .chl.m heart of Africa. Indeed Da Challln the social condition of mankind It Huhlngton, _. a 30 pm 7 00 am ." Chattanooga., 9 12 anT
at 1
Ip.in. saysthat .J '
am 8 80 Cincinnati .. .......
pm C. 20
Q. JIm _
.'. Baltimore Penn.R.B _..
RET J U Hurt*. Rector some time ago discovered a pygmy race "all men are created free and (01 am 11 23 pm
Very Cure.Ben Philadelphia, ,, 11 Ar Birmingham Southern 11 el D'D
'
was a delicious dream of ever in the mountainous country on the east equal" and so they are, and as the 14 Hew: York .:: 30pm203pm /300 am20am 81 Lout., 'lro8b. LineAr 720.JI! :.

Y. 111. C. A. luting summer time. of the southern great branch of the declaration continuing says, "Endowedby AT. AihcTtllt, Southern,.., .. Memphis K. C M. A B lOUOpmUpm
.._
.. .. .
... 6 : ;
OgobaL They about 4 feet in nature with certain Wpm Kaiuu City, : 6 |
are inalienable
The regular Sun'lav afternoon i>ra'er meetingof > privileges _
"Willie
she said to the fellow
theM.t. A. will be held % Huu. young
e ry Uyfbotocraphy height and are called Orbongos. which life
"They among are ,
afternoon a' tact" p. m.. a' the l'nt."yterl..u holding her hand, "I love you better liberty For full
live in the midst of tribes of and the of Information apply to
pursuit happiness"When
church lutiJ further notice. than anything in the whole state of negro ordinary any Agent of this great Pallw-y
Michigan." size," says Dn Chailln "and Mr. Astor desires to play the System, or Its connections.
there is nothing remarkable about themexcept lick spittle to the English, he should be
He in
a Science. was raptures their diminutive size." Baltimore careful not to *. A. TURK
misrepresent matters. C. A. BENSCOTER HARDWICK,,
"Are lure? he asked in S. H.
joyous
The oontalut yon AmericanA Now let him set his writer r ..,..rat Pata. Agent '
Cosmopolitan Magazine n.""" to commenting Ant Gen. Ps.,.. Agent Au" fn', fut. Ag.nl
an article by James 1* Create on the "Sure," she reiterated "sure. Char on the English poet's declarationthat WASHINOTON.. KNOXVILLE."ENN. ATUNTA.6'W.
abject of the "Relation of Photography Unique Coal of Arma "Britons can never be slares."_
lie is in Chicago. Frank is in Indiana,
to Art" The author tajt. "Primarilyand There was one Philadelphia who not Green Bag.Bought D. ALLEN
and Jack and Harold left for Canada ,
.
in itself photography not an art only invented arms for himself bat new
but a science. There are no oironni yesterday Detroit Free Prow and republican arms, after discarding the Ship That Brought Dim.n Florida Passenger Agent,

stances in which a painter can paint the ancestral arms of his family This interesting anecdote is told of 212 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

well Without using artistic judgment, ODDS AND ENDS. was Peter Brown, at one time an eml the late Captain Theodore Julius Some April: Slat.WE 1Ff16
but there are many oiroumttauoea under nent citizen of Philadelphia time ago Captain Julius went over to a .

which a photographer may photographwell Out of every hundred lives Insured in In 1794' William Priest an English shipyard in Camden to take a look at

without using any but scientific England only five are women. musician became attached to the theater the old packettbip Tonawanda, which -

judgment This it one of the signs by Vernier the young French mathematical in Philadelphia in his professional was being converted into a coal barge.

which we may know that photographyis prodigy, is only 18 years of age.Aoaly.I. capacity. In 180J Mr. Priest printed in The captain took: a particular interest

primarily a science." that white has London a book entitled "Priest's TravelsIn in the old ship, because of his having ..... ..... .....
proves corn the United States" which is now served as mate aboard her in the early DELIVERA
Good Advtoe about 1 per cent more muscle forming exceedingly rare. The frontispiece to sixties! While he stood watching the old

element than yellow. this book I. a strange and curious do- vessel a tall stranger approached him Piano '

Land in New York city has been sold sign, entitled "Peter Brown's Arms" and asked, "Isn't your name Julius" or Orga'AT

at a price equal to 8,000,000 per acre, In explanation of this frontispiece Mr. The captain replied in the affirmative.'

the highest in London at$ .ooo.ooop. i Priest says' "Peter Brown, a black. "You were a mate on that ship in the YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION outfit, .ub).

S flL sore. smith of this city, having made his for. summer of 1863?" "Yes,"said the cap to approval after a trial ID your own house yo with required complete until coo '

la I OSS daring the great "tulip erase" tone; set up his coach, bat so far from tain. "You don't remember me" con thoroughly tatltfled. Our prices are as low as any money house ID the United Stat.Lour

in Holland a single bulb of the "8emP. wing ashamed of the means by which tinned the stranger, "but I remember terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument

Augustus" sold for a sum equal to be acquired his riches, he caused alariean,11 you very well I was a steerage passenger The Celebrated CONOVER.
,100. to be painted on each side of his on the Tonawanda at that time, be The Renowned FISCHER. ',

China exports 1490,000 worth of human carriage, with two pain of naked arms lug on my way to this country I've The Beautiful SCHUBERT. PIANOS.

hair every year. It comes mostly in the act of striking The motto, 'Dy been pretty prosperous, and I've just And KINGSBURY.
criminals this I got ye.' bought. the_old ship and _am going to
from the heads of panpers Vocation Aeollon Farrand CQTTACORGANS.
and dead people. make a coal barge or ner. strange, Isn'tit & Votey CHICAGO
--- A Pleasant It-..... I that I should come to own the ship .

"As you reface me pray tell me the The Russian name for the cast Is Nodd-My wife went shopping today that brought me practically penniless, Brass and small Instruments, Music and Books. Write us we will ..' '
;
sort of girl I ought to propose tor'"W.IJ. KoroU pronounced Karol. derived from and didn't spend a cent to this country?"-Philadelphia Record. money.

one who is rich and a phllan- Karl (Charlemagne)) The title czar is Todd-Well,wait till tomorrow,wbea

tbropist"Truth. used only in informal conversations. the has seen .what my .wife bought The u13.. Ouini>l>cll Co.,
Try tlatB USHT I.foe Dy.p I a.
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.; :. Sash, Doors and Blinds .;I I''I 1 I IAI1lare




prepare!} to meet all COIllIICtitioU of eithcr ,Tuc1ml1l\"ille or 'l'itlls\"ill!', "'rite liS 11I\(1 S'l' if WI' do uot sell pill tho.



iHididHrdrdi. Cheapest bill of IIardnu'c .on cycr hought. {d I.HHH.1fWe


which Is a snmclent guarantee that JOu will get done what JOu wnt done. Write us and see.
, hue now Mr. C. P. Ecott In charge of our Tin and Iron Work Department,


s. He. :EIA.PPER.SET: 9 (Su'ellll 'rtonRy.tURY,) TITUS'VILT E. FLORIDA.


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Bat.tJ' I. nl< DON'T TUB TOO MUCH. THE SNAKES AT THE ZOO.An .
Professional Cards.GIil Rnmley-We may uwell bemo1'in PLANT SYSTEM. ,

.....'_r Cb.rklJ' Adoan_ 'h. Idea That aTen' ball _rnd a' 'he.aoo.V.ry on to de Dex' tOWD, Oln18Y.Ouplnlt .
.. ,.. ... rank ,t... I
., Rolllln". W A.LT. 8.GUBA. n .. InJllrloCIIo"Bathln billb amon. lUar OInlCy-Wbal fodBaltgell

ROBDlSS &; GRAIIAM, and the ulle of loap,It laYIProfelOr '!'bartl'. a ""'II"ptlle)' ..".allowed"Idln. hi.'h..re blanket.'\II'hoAoclden .. RumlCy-1 IO by ele paper ---- :- :

Checkly, "II 40 per cent more da' de IDoome Cas collector i. due beretomorro. I tEerfect
EYSAT.LAOri'lCE \\" Bnt 'bat ."'ry .... now boooome old.AD" I doo', wan' to be an.
ATTOR. Injurioul to the human race than any another. .., and Service.
IUrpalllll'd by : :
f..t :
'haC
Ea.ssengor
: :
IIoURsFrom: 10 to U a. m., other form of ltimulation to which people '!'ban'. a .nak.atlll all".. .... are Cold.Wb" .....uln any embanualo qUeltionL- ,: I

and 2 to 4 p. m.TITl'SVILLIC are addicted. If 1 Ihould bathe a by accident .wallo'\ll'ed hi. brother. Ne.... York nerald. ':Ira.ins.: :
Double DOi1y
Brevard Co., Florlda. man In proportion aM much alhedrank, One '\II'ould 'hlnk .ucb all odd m"ntal fl.Of '
108.11"11I I'd kill him in oo .half the time. ThllII abMtrllCtlonx..U"" 'hll .un..tlon- I
,,0 Bull The Globe Gas Engine Co. Phnad lphlallIill 'I
practice ID ,,11 'b.couru-4ute and fed, oalled the aj8 of hurry and feverisbncltement Would be followed up after a 101'B I
critlcl complain that pooI"le )' a fl. of acute indl..tlon.And Unexcelled Pullman Equipment. idi:4
'::....,,31 faellltle. for examining and perfec&1011 -, ; ,
land title.. are unwilling to take time for any.I morro"rr, althougb one ,""'ndTo .
Mone, '0 LoaD, I thing. AI a matter of fact, hour. ofprecionl be fn... from In tern&! ...nllll'lon.. i
Stili a rupture I. apt Co attend
time are worle than wallted rela'ion.. .
of friendly
W. MORTO daily In the bathroom. If men wonldpreerv Such..trainln. Trains Jacksonyille to Charleston.
GEORGE find.'rboullh Dally
their health, there are three Bu' th"fe" no .ucb I'HU1tII'e ran :
PUDLIC 'he former baa.wallo..ed'be latter. 2 I.
NOTARY things they must do-ftrt, Il'ave lonp 2 ., to Montgomery, I I

"IIrlarwood," .' Canaveral, '. Florida.rlJDveyanclng alone; I.oond, get the Ikln 1008e from 110II'e 11II1 W. a triumph of mind '

carefully executcd.Dee" the ti suel of the body; third, get rid of Or at..nce of mind o..r m..tter. to ,TUton. i ;

the Iden that regularity In the matter ofIleep Should th"re stili a' 'h. soo be a ..n"b1'bo ;'
<, mortgagcs, Satisfaction, ctc., and meals II nooessary to pbYllcnl \ may wl"h 'haC 'h. rd be booaten.Be jl I
mUM' .wallow hlm..lf b)'_ml ta"ke Pullman Sleep- 1\\ .
blankl on hand.11.OI well heln g. And,,",tend no'to know...ha' be" "ateD0. These trains carry through
"What are the objectlonll to the use J, BodunlD tlpect.ator. \

8. JOSES, of loap?" asked a reporter to whom the I ers to New York, Washington Philadelphia, 1\\ '

professor'. original viewl were a reve. CLEVER AMERICAN MECHANICS. ; .

lation."Thcre. Baltimore Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati Ii \
,
ATTOltSEY.AT.LAW.TIT'TlIYlLl.E the ID Woodwork AttraetlnI' << .
waM Their lalt"nullY
are vital ObjectiOn ,."Itht 11\0.lh.., al'ace 1
marll."
I EV AHD CO., FLA r'ply, "The Ikin, it I. ackuowledged, Att..ntloD la Forel... CODDtrle.. hone-I""r.""'lulre.1 2211/11: It.!......". St. Louis, Mobile, New Orleans, Atlanta, and ,f .

bears a most Important rllation to the I I' The mighty advance In wood workln Jlbuufart"l'C'", ..f t..o. 1I.t l'rrfPC't. IhlI"hlean.1 "
("mnty Ju.lge of Drevard County. body, Flrht it. acts a :I machinery In tbe uil tt.d St.at y'evokel ..,,,"n"lt-aI1ll..t..r f..r 1."n.'III'.. a1 "adlttoin
the mark't, .""Y to a'art.rUII. ulltll at."I..1with Chattanooga.
nM utII! u.tlte lurpriae everywhfjro. 10 AWUr- bulllera 0'lalln"
agent, covering the lenSHlVe pry 11111" attplltlm ; aloo '
flesh. Second, It actl all the ajcntof loa the Mea iI to make everything of ",. cm""lete anti atatlnn"r)' mnt..r",
D L IUITLD.lf, J. T. SAlfDERII, the mind, conveying all lenlationlof wood without hand labor, automatical.Iy IIES.r, W. ,nnll: n:. i
Xotar)'. haa 1\.1" AI"Dt for IIl'C'ur.lall,1 :,: 'j.la: 'j
&; SA DEl heat, oold, friction and the like. where JIOII"lble. Thll desire eon .. ; : ,
G.\uLDES Third, it directly aids all the other or.gans 10 uccosefnl that It II a rare ex'eptlona ('''Ialnlt'''''' .n.II'rl... on .""III'atinn.

A TTOltXE S-A T.LA W, of thbody.. taking up the work of factory iI found employlnj; hnnliwork.Evcry -

:\ r\\' ::! b: I :.fs; (; :: State each In tarn whcn for any reason thllY. known description of woodwork.nlalo .
.r !' n become unable to pc1f orm their funo.tions. out of every kind of wood, Is en.tlrely W. L. DOUCLAS j
P 0 1I0x,235. TITI'WILU! :, FLA.Ilone Tho Ikln asslstl all the orgnnl oflecretlon of mncblnery. )lanyof these ma.chines ,

to L..u. ISJ. and excretion In the entire are verltnble won del'll, perform.ing .. $3 SHOE ISTHE'0" A lEST.rlT KINGNP.LLY -.

IYhtem, anll for that reason gred atten'tion their work with a rcadlnCfll and ao.curncy At:.
TOME nE OLDS, shonld be paid to k'epluK It in a thnl exoite the mOlt I"rofound at.tention. ; I 1

J. healthy oondition. Althoulh renllzing Some of the English expertlIny 4.3.0 FINE CAll&KANGAADI1 .' ,.

ATTOR EY.AT.L.\W. its Important fanction peopll', instead of thorn thnt they are the oosl ex.amplell .3.11J1 POllCE.3 SOLES.
thlll wouderful covering of ingennity ever produced, bulof R I
of proteoting : : E'ls.'
than the Eng.IIsh ., ;
meanl iu their lighter oonstrnction '
of theirs, try hy every a
Hutchinson Avenu
,
to dostroy It. Soap duel not make. Dut ontl must Lear in mind '2.$1.TJI BOys'SCHDotSHOEl t
power
Titusv\l1e\ Flo'lda.HOWELl. clcanse tho,kin, When the Ikln II dirty, thnt Amerlonn Iron, when casl into LADIlS' r

it it! unhealtlty. aud the _organ ,!Ithl form, II very much tongher_ nd.bClce. .3.'.2 .P'2fl.7 8u10'V1. NGOl .
never be cleaulna DY au doel not require 10 much of n to give
the body cnn
TITUS, the loaps In the worhl. The onlYltalnR, I their mI\Chlu 8 Itrenllth and 10Udity.Thil g t'tlAlP: a..I&OC I, ,
;
blots, eto., on the urfaoe of 'he Ikin II hardly true of English Iron, and .,On. Million.PlIOpl.KTOH.J"A8a.Oy. w.ar tb.W. II. ) !t.:

Practice A In TTORYEY.A State aRtI Federal T.LA courts.W. Land that removed people Ileod by loap.to get Some rid other"f oannotbe chem.loal in grcat consequence deal more their weigbl mnchlnel in Iron oontaina and L. Doug'as $3 & $4 Shoes The INN, lort rfaulpa, opcn all thc ).ear. "

title, a speclalt)'. Attorney for Board of ointment or fluid has to bo resorted oonllequontlylook more massive, but byexpcrienoe All our.hoes are equally "Ulfadory .

(;ount)' Commlsslonere. and Oount)' Solicitor.P. to to obliterate 'hem. AI far BI regardl it hal been proved conclu. :)' : :: :.': ::::::'. T.elTi.. --

FLA. the dust and dlrl whloh naturally ad. lively tbnt the latest Improved Ameri. Therr....arlne qualltl.. ar. un.u..d.Th. .
O. Box 84. TITCSVILLE 1101.
here to the body, dust and dirt, belnK can machine. are just alatrong and jnllal From. price... to ar.S J .unllonn..t.m..d.v.d o..r other mak.on.. The PI nt Steamship Line. j.i i
earthly and mnterlal, are mnoh better capable In durnbUity aa those mooeby lf your dealer cannot.uppl)')'ou WII can. old brGEO. j.l1'o.&t j.

R.FREEMA HALL, brushod ott than Wal-hed ott, and 10Up. the English makers.manufacturors- B. RUMPH ,

does not aid In the process.Philadel. Progressive English .
A TTOR EY.A T.LA W, phla Press. and there are, a few of them-are grndu. Titusville, Fiorlda. luxul.iou.... t ( nJu..hip ( .iuin

TITI'KVILLE, FLORIDA. ally waking up to the fact thai If they ---
"
for Fire and Accident Insur.ance MUTilATION OF DOGS. wanl to hold their own In the oommereeof EYF.RETT. Tn....J. O'tKIF.It, t ) U ()ut )UH-U ,Vnt ( .."", .
Agency world they will be compellud, FRAIIR ,
the
In the Lest and strongcst com. Tall Croppla<< and the OperatloDKDOWD
aad
paRies.DlqCATSE. Ear .. "Wormla<<.- through necessity, to employ the lator F. B. EVERETT & CO. Elegant ShIps every week between Port Tampa.
economical method. to prodnee -
which .n"_ _mnrA___ 2 -
to --
mutUntlonl
'I'hA fa.qhionablo To do Key West and Havana,
has been lubjected are three Innumberear their manufactureL FORT PIERCE FLORIDA. .
the dog Ameri.canll ,
the
DAY, DADE ComiT'oJ ; and the they will have to turn to and Mobile,
Port
and tall cropping week between Tampa
tbeir.Inclinations. Elegant Ship every
be agalnll
W. E\YAN, operation known a "worm'ing. much al it may Wholesale aOlI Itctall IJealerllln t
Itrange American furniture, made
U. s: CmUIISSIOSElt.1otary Thouph; the law prohlbitll the entirely with machinery, 11 DOW getting INDIAN RIVER U. w. WltESS, I'allllcnger Tram., Mallnj.tpr,
Public State at Large.LandI of the operatlonl wblch
performanoe England and attract. the lSavannah, Cia.
in
foothold
Selected; Conveyances made.correllpondence lend to tbese mutilations, yel ont al leasl- a admiration of English bnyerl noS only FISH. OYSTERS. TURTLE &
carried
lollclted. Addl'esl: two of tbem are ItUl lurreptltlonsly tor ita boJautlful dflslgnl and flnilh, bul .
Day View Hotel, Cl oanut Grove, and the third, "worming, constrnctlon, and lut1yit
I for the luperb GAME.
Office, Ewan' Landing. mayallo be practleed. AI. any rate ..moderate price.
have leen 11 doue In my yonDg days. 11 oan be obtained at domelticnhlclell & peninsular Railroad
wood for ,
and the tall croppllJg can boael of a Other artlole.agricultural of building UIeII, Hotels and Dealers Supplied The Florida central

ALLE venerable antiquity, and tbey allO haft dilad. hIm Beach Fla,.
GEORGE d'etre in a Inperltitioul be.lief eto., are fasl creeplnl in to the BRANCH HOUSE: West ,

ATTORXEY.AT.LAW, their In ralsoD thelr em .cy !n P! ':.e n.a ; vantage of the Engu.b maDufacurer.manufaoturer ..... .. ....... I'Ihort UIIO IwhU't'n J"'orltl"' RIICI nil Northt'rn I'oln"' .
u.. ........ u.Columella Indeed wherein the American -......- w-" w ..- --.. ..- -
10 all
nesl or rable. long throngh tbe uleof ColumbIa. Washington, Baltimore -
it i. only Ga.
Inocoedl ,
Florlda. agri. Savannah, Augusta,
.
Key We t, the Roman writer on therefore tbe Eng.lishman Everett,
and
Will practice in tbe United Statel culture, the mutilation and fa1'orite of the procedure.AI dog'. tall. machinery, In order, to protect hlmlleUtrom ; In PhiladelphIa, New York, Boston and the East.Joyerett .
popubr
wal a mUll adopl tbe
and State Courtl. Jun he tel1l UI in hll "De Re RUltloa" American enoroaohment.Idea by using American machinery )Iacon, Atlanta, C'hRltanoolCa, 'S,, hvllle, l.olllnllle, Cincinnati,
bfllIe1'8 that If, on
that tbe Ihepherdl faCI thai the an.l ChlcalCfI.Eycorett .
il i& noS a
for
fortieth day after the birth of a pup. "' )It'm.hht, J.lUltlltflck, Kanlla. City. 1St.l.oul. .
the behiDd tbe t1meein gel.tlng lIIrmlnlham, Iolly )'rlll"
B. L WI LS, bitten ott, Engll hman I. Poor '
tall
DR. of Ita were :
the lasl bone to date" wood worklDI machlnerr' ., Chlca n, lSioux Cily.
belleve\to be a worm)wonld "up S'ew Orl"anll, Tua., &Iulco, Callrornla
tbe Iinew( If thl. ItatemeDI I. noS oor.reet. lC\nr\ Junctlnn, PenK"""'''. I"bllt',
PilYSICIA."i .\ SURGEOY, follow tbe piece, after thl. the tall abow u. the fallacy of II. :Machin.ery anti the I'aeltlc Coallt. E.-rc.t.t. h'" A I'r, := ht. J HIJl'5.N. .

FLORIDA.OrrlczHutchlnlon would Dol grow and tbe dog could not time and labor, ooDlICquentlymoney.CinolDnati ..... ""rk U"II.ct a...' N.w '"or" ra.tM.III.
TITUSVILLE, beoome rabid.ThlllDperstitiou.. laYee Gaut Health ........ J..n.lIl. 7 .1 a. n'. anti 6...'
Avenue, near' .notion hu prenlled Commerolal I':. .ren.lIIO..anah.w.. oIall), ."h TI..llb C'"h'h.bia.l'ull..aa WaahlnjCtua.llalII Illeel"n .rt -

the Indian River hotel. for agel, and may ItUl Howenr be entertained tbi. maybe much more t11:1n"you '::: :. : ". :I :j n: ,:' I Ian.1

in certain quarters. of ...r48..D.hlp ,Aph... ''I'I< Ihe fa hlon of remo1'ing a pordon the Bay..ard imagine-serious and (;u..nuoen'('a.l..t..een IU. Auttu-tlne IIDt
Sir J amea Outr.m, known. ... .a,1 frUb& "..hlol'
ASPIV ALL, breeds of do l i. quite 1'1. \url<. Olal"lC ear. tAl
JOllY the tall of and many if It I. done with a vlewto of India, wa. a "m'gbty hunter"and fatal diseases result from "....
common, lW.rdlman. H. '
of madnell, It I. a' I an accomplllh.d ailments neglected.Don't .
the prevention the haurdon. tea' of trifling n"ly Un. Tbro..b lb. I'-.Uflll 1111I

REAL ESTATE d; ISSURAYCE. any rate oonlidered moll desirable blunt tall for, onoe killing perfonood a Ilger with hi. Iword and from I play with Nature's =:, ll:':,. dll;':lj 1i: ; : : :'

these animal. to ba1'8 a .hort. of hi. horae. General NIobol. ,..r 1..1<. t"lS'Jli.. ...., M..II..II. Montl..I....,
back
gift-health.
EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA.LA becauae I' improve. their appearance.tail left.I tbe IOn performed a Ilmilar teat.ne greatest T.II..h 110.. IIr._........Itlnr and ,JUnt1W'o.he ."u'''.''''n''. ...I..\\GO.. Mobil.t'aU.'lOrn" .,
.
.
Some dogs hue acaroely any rode round anel round the tlel' '' !-: : and U.. ....ino ',_ (arrl.. llleel"",
bite
hue Been groom. and dog fancien narrowlDJr tbe circle, I o.lId trnerail, ... Arrh"Jad..n'III.CIII: a. UI.

RUE rELY, off pupplea' tall. _u. a matter__.of. bu.I.U.L._'_" until a gal lop al,I.radually.. he wa. near en gb_to dtl" \ B rOWlIS., h.ha.ed... ...ery.JIP_'lt... 1_.'_ J"'IIo".III.:60, : &.hI. for.tarl. <..n....
nAsa; aDd .ome of tbese POOPl" 'be ODe ..d ",ork, -- r'' I..l -:
LIFE A lJACCIDEYT of Iinew attached IInr hi. blow. He had only CI. ;": ,, \: : : ,:; : :'r: :
IlUL FIRE.
ESTATE, .hown me a fragment the "wormID blow, and If be had failed to kill the I :=: ';.:' I ." '''i<.. I......""' ....... I..f. ('It)'. l'Iaa' lit"Ta.lI'a.
I SURAYCE.NoUfJ' to tbe amputated portion u be himself ....ould ba.... t-o .lalo. ".. ..,...."..1.. Arrh.J..IUYU"&Iff, : p. III.nn'lnnali .

hbllo for the 8tate a' Large. the taiL"II tiger elplanatlon of 'he tea' il that I I ron ..edICI.. .ir..."k". ". Jack.
Gonrnwen' and Sutenlla. noted, In lpeaklng of tbiltalhlon The 11'0.. IIi' aDd Flnrl'" IJwlud. 1 '
._.rullinforwation. &I W ahould be been the tiler dOOl DO' IpriDS upoo the hOl'M-I Ti..l: :':
)ULBOUL E, FLA. Ihat a mongrel dOl baa the circllnl prooeea, 1 1II" :{::1: .. & re" ltr.: ::: .
C11rtua, or croplalled man during ": ""' '
"cur" LatlD ::
termed a ( had \he tall be I. wa&chin, bl. OpportuDity. A. thl Bitters t i : ;" i.. J
J:
,) becaU18 It ulually aneten' for.ee' circle drlw clOller an4 clOller upon him '. ..4 ..... Arrh.J.k..nl... 11 a. UI.n .
to

John B, Stetson University.. Ihortened l.w.. a, and man aooordlDI who had DO rlgM obliged to the tocui .be....n.n."r.beoomel ao bewild.red unlike- that by of tbe any Itrangl\\ "icaaU' '" .... .." !' : '::ill:: :lj; la; .. IrtacuD :

of the cha.. WII -- .. UoU, I\l>rlnl..
prhilege beb 1';; encountered.Youth' ] It Cures ) A'Ian"' lilrllllnlllla.
'be plea
)) Land. }'Iorltta.A. tall of hi. dog, on "'
the
e
off 'all &0 ac' .. aruddfjr. CompaDIon. 4D "':: [: Jb=:":''Ir;;. :=:
ha. .J" :
that, if a dOl DO ) P.Ia. ICLtneyan4 UurNeuralp :: ': : ; :: ;.t j:: la ; i '

::,, bIIe'h; lc:= a::: l he caDDo' hun' lame.NIDet6enth Trouble.. ..........' I._II' a.! ". "= I':: I .Jt-= :: ia; ::'j I ...DI.t. .

)111...,. ,Aa InetltuU..a of lint ranI<. t'ult.f, Centnry. A MUapp..s"Only II Conltipatlon. a4 81004 :::. : :;::: : :J: .::..... A..IIIe, .......JIIf:I .1I1e dati, a' .; ... .... ..ISThr
exclaimed Feodenon, 11..UIfo.III..ruobur..
el.an'
"""'ben. tw'.D Iou1ldlW: thlDk, all menu "

:1'r:: C I:)'. DI :c.tet .:=:;eIt.d r.re,, '1'. '1'_ aaaa.Bat. & ....atel' 01'they "of thlt maDY U_ to whicb paper ia Malaria.Women'.Nervou.,omplalnu.Cd : ":::::''' ..t.o Tnl.. llall,rbll.1_.'....JatI...:,.<_...,,11Ie,...T:80... I. ,1M...,..,...............p..IA.... .l'\LIIolII.. a. ...

.'m..lwn. ...' 10' Yby.lcal m1V ha1'e 0 DOW putt""I ... ,,_ II.. _cI ,... "' :: : lIot.'r. : :
ltiartm. oat, 1::. ,, ;.
": i"I:: euily be Daaa. .1..u a' ......... '
.:::.1 :::.1 =. ""tb die. J trapped rat may know, l'fIlUe4 .. Un...on tll.w,. All othu. M fit rwr.... wS.
."'rlocUeale aa4 da\ij' pd .....1<1)' 1.It'l1eall..1. 111II'I'''' tamed by allowiD, no water but Iha' the theau.r 'he other Dight,. aDd t wu :ttict'.:r.Ti'.of ,:: ;.r=w.: Jr BeD" f'" )lee, IDcleu4 T..w. &ad A.
Th..JUCIIiy.. _.......IPlfIIfi 1'.1 b.llk1IalC ,.., W kI ..... offered in a IpooD. tor the creature IOOQlearna *
"\,. IId.Ia. ..Ida utt ra'" ..., _.sa1\11. ""I.........."ta."" to r4iClOloiM the haod which aupUel lubatantlll look1D1 .tructur. &00."- ::W"H't t" ::: "() yo.- T.amo )laDaiu. GMNitl A't.
.o-t ter.
"n in
elluse. fWl I"'orJOHS thil a1limpol'an' D BQ.tUII Tranacrlpt. __ __. -
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY S4, 1895.


JAaEI PKITCH.BD, t; W. B. B4B ETT, Vlce-I'ruldellt.
-f IIDIAH)[ BITER ADVOCATE 4- In their struggle against Spanish keys, These boats will use Santa IMtOTECT THE PELICANS.MERRITT reside DaowlfCul1ler.

tyranny. Lucia ilnlet, and will receive and liiff'

No lover of liberty can fail to deliver their freight at some pointon FLA., May SI, '95. RIVER STATE
INDIAN BANK
J w..ELTJODarALDRrOT1DTe oragsforR.IRDIAR...TR.AJD D.vaL sympathize with those who are still the railroad convenient to the editor* Advocate : II

LARK WOBTB IBCTtOM. struggling to secure that priceless mouth of the St. Lucie river, pre'sumably Last month, with a party of friends, I

boon, but we fear many of the mass at Alicia, Stuarts or I ,made a visit to the famous Pelican Island (Incorporated under the Law of the State of Florida)

meetings which are being held Jensen. I southeast of Sebastian. This was Authorized capital $100,

Editor................... WALnia Oa".".. throughout the United States, at i This is the initial step of Mr. the first time we stopped there, through Paid up capital,

A soolat-Edltor& )(an&<
1 Cuba is being heard, are not Inspired business of the bay country and our trips down river for years past. The .*a deposits. $300,00

by disinterested natives, but the Florida k ys. From now on, Island and Its Inhabitants form a unique ,

Office Washington Avenue, Titusville are fostered and promoted by spec more or less of the freight which and peculiar attraction. The thousandsof .M.. Transacts a General Baity

Indian River, FJ rlda. ulators and adventurers who hopeto for many years has gone to eastern pelicans, their eggs and nests and

see the "pearl of the Antilles" and western markets, via steamers young In all stages of development are Business

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. become one of the sovereign statesof from Key West, will be diverted up worth going a long way to see and study.

the great North ,American Re the.Jiast Coast and thence by rail. have seen In your columns from timeto Largest and Oldest! t Bank on the Eiji

public. This new schooner route will
the wanton
Chuck,etc, tiny be made parable to "Oraham time notes In regard to
wish Is for also DIRECTORS
A Walton," publishers and proprietors.BuWrlptJM. Personally our own becomj' popular for passengerswho killing of these birds by men ((1)) or boys. .
such a result, but after all, would desire to visit the bay country Most of JAs.ratTeaaRnW.B.ii s'. ''I.r.,; ,
For the boys there Is hope. of the National Bank of Ja<'k .file i
Florida be benefited by such an and under ordinary circumstanceswill and know better but DiTKKrR (Vlce-reniilcntai II' v 'v B, fur
Twelve month, '1.60 them will grow up : larkionrllle), W 8. ORAH' ,
i. v
outcome ? If Cuba Is admitted as prove a pleasant sail. r as1er1
maim these BROWI
'HI" 100 for the men who destroy or .
Three JW a state, or is cut up Into several Few people realize the vast quan creatures there should be punishment. t i! CORRESPONDS; i -

Single copy, .8 states and admitted to the union, titles of vegetables and pineappleswhich The law at present provides for a fine of :-"" .". \atloualHankofJackvurvll Seaboard National Hank ..IN) \ rk.r,

Strictly In advance. will not Florida suffer in consequence produced in the (
are bay
i' $20, but it Is not the business of anyone "I'rIJ VII I..E, I LA..
The above InHnrto the of ? country and on the Florida keJs.
ratei payment pont
What Is needed Is a
to enforce It.
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age by UK rn.I' crlption.. can commence anytime Can our own peninsula compare The pineapple crop of that region H
during the rear.DI.contlnnnee statute of a few words authorizing the
It. climate with that of an islanda will probably aggregate one hundred y

l nf a point a ballIT! living In immediate EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
at thin office or Irv writing' THE
south, separated, as it is, by the present season, and that I is some vlcliflty and whose compensation wouldbe ,

MEMBKKK OF Gulf stream from the continent, thing worth striving for by any one-half of the fines Imposed on
and its blizzards which transportation These Made (for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread
TUB FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, may sweep company. those he arrested for Indulging In the ,
down to Cape Sable, but can never schooners are only a temporary i.cY
AFFILIATED WITH TUE: 'sport" of killing or maiming those
cross the Straits of Florida: without makeshift. Steamers, and perhaps
Rational Editorial Attortation.Addreii Inoffensive creatures. This, and the
having its icy breath tern- the iron horse, are bound to .5 ICS'
raising of the penalty to $.10 In the dis '
pered ? Can our level pine lands, follow.A .
communications. to the Pruprle-. cretion of the nearest justice of the yin
hammocks and. prairies, our lakes,
to.. would I think the matter In
peace put the
rivers and
lagoons, comparein WnDDlNQ AT TILLMAX.
much better and for us
OUUtAMAWALTOV, shape preserve atter
of winter _
beauty scenery as a resort
one of the most curious attractions of
INDIAN:! RIVER ADVOCATE with the more tropical sky, About 100 Guests Present.'

the,hillside and mountains our river. bet
TmeviLLB, FLORIDA. valleys
The ADVOCATE special correspondent, On those of our people who have not tta
of Cuba. Can fruit
--- --- -- -- ---- our growers who was present at the nuptials- of Mr. yet visited this pelicans' home, I would
with the
more tropical
compete Hart and Miss Valentine, writes us as when offers. It
a visit{ opportunity
.SPEAKS WITH AUTHORITY. urge
clime fertile soil and let
more cheap ...
.
follows: is well worth It. ..,__'''1 -
labor of this tit'Cal
i er phenomenally productive
One of the prettiest weddings: which Yours truly, FOR SALE BY -
"Judging from their ,nature, we con. island ?
clude that there must ta has occurred on Indian River for some PETER J. NEv1Ns.: :
a penon or Will our cigar makers at Tampaand EDW.EIRD S-rc.XN'G: 'Is
persona here engaged exclusively In the years, was that of Mr. K. L. Hart, of st.
manufacture of hotel and railroad Key West be able to succeedin Paul, Minn, to Miss Edith Loul e Valentine The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. thha

will be railroad build. competition on equal terms with Plants For Sale.A .
There Pineapple
rumors. n GOGO.A. IndiLLn I31vor FLOn.XDA
daughter of Mrs. Amelia E. Valentine : : ,
log this 'ear.u-WeRt Palm Beach those of Havana and other citiesof tin
Gazetteer. on Tuesday morning. The ceremony __ _
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Cuba ? limited number of Smooth
Cayenne, I
wan performed by the Rev. )[r.
Brother Gardner "epeaki with These are questions which have Abakka, Golden Queens and Enville '
authority We are glad to know Butler, pastor of the Congregationalchurch City pineapple plants at reasonableratee. rt
two aides. The annexation of ASPHALT ROOF PAINTS

, that he has finally put the quietus Cuba would offer a fine field for the bride's, Melbourne mother-, at Bayonne the residence Plantation of, 10tf J. &: F.Fort M. TYLER Pierce,Pinery. I I Paso

this mooted Where
on question. speculative and adventurous spir
Tillman, Fla., in the of about to
those in Titusville who presence
are people its but the mass of those who have :
were ready to bet money, two to their, homes in Florida and who expect one hundred guests, many of whom hl Pineapple Slips and Suckers. Agents wanted tob
Red Brown and .
known the bride from early childhood. ac3LpureGrade;
one, that the railroad would be extended to end their days in this state Write for prices on s. I. Cayenne, J Write for Samples,

to Miami during the present we fear would not be benefited, and The spacious parlors and halls were Abbaka, Jamaica Ripley and Queen slips a
elaborately trimmed with of brier and suckers to Prlces-
? should either ropes :
They Black
year they should not be so enthusiasticand
E. C. B. TYNDAI.L
and bamboo vines, white jessamine, ,
pat up the cash or back down. vociferous in urging Uncle Waveland, Fla. Asphaltum. catalogue, Etc t
Easter lilies and at
roses. Promptly h
There are still some seven months Sam to take Cuba under his wing. I
Taft Brother Gardner be nine o'clock a. m. the strains of Mendel
and may I Ilrlck FOE PAINTINGTIN : :
Fur Kent a Store. 0s
ssohn' march
mistaken, after all, notwithstanding wedding -played by Mrs. -

his positive language. RAILROAD TO KEY WEST. E. M. Campbell, of Melbourne-signalled Do you need a good brick store, In an IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Rai t

--- the entrance of the bridal party. excellent position In town, and away c

MUs Helen Valentine, as maid of from wooden buildings? If so, call on
THE INCOME TAX LAW The Florida Citizen "Witha road Buildings Freight Cars Fences and I
says : honor preceded the bridal couple, who Bobbins &: Graham or C. H. Walton, Bridges, r
railroad ADVOCATE office Titusville Fla.
along the Florida keys ,
were followed. by the mother and sister
Has been declared invalid by the to Key West, the bulk of the trade of the bride. Places were taken at the Iron Work of every Kind }

United States Supreme -court, and between the United State, and the Lands for Sale Cheap
east end of the long parlors, and In a
the millionaire can now breathe West Indies will pass through few brief and Impressive words were Building Papers Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready

easier, and need not worry about Florida, and our people will re united the destinies of these two for 60 acres on Banana river; 40 on peninsula Roofing and all kinds of
ceive the benefit of it." at the Narrows 40 at Woodley
concealing his possessions, which ; on ""
<.
life. ./
has no doubt been quite,a ,problem Benefit of what ? Of seeing the ridge; 5 at Sebastian, river front; 40 IKoofiELg: Supplies, FROM
Congratulations were then received at Sebastian Benson
on railway. Henry ,
with him for the past few months, trains of passenger and freight after which the bride and groom pro Sebastian, 'Fla The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,
but after all it cars through our state ?
close pass Key
was a pretty ceeded to the dining-room, where the Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
call. The opinion of one judgewas West the terminal will, of course, '
bride cut the wedding cake. For Sale. ,
3200 to.asoo Wlll1aJU bt he.
be benefited but how rg Richmond Va.
all that stood between the bag are our peo. The bride wore a beautiful gown of -
of the millionaire and Uncle Sam. pie to be benefited by passenger or !'
white silk; veil, caught with orange 'A. pineapple plantation of twenty -------
There are nine judges ; five were freight tralfio "passing throughour blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet acres, on Indian River; dwelling and -

of the opinion that the law was invalid state ?" A few years ago when of white carnations. The maid of honor packinghouses: ; two acres under irrigation

the other four-if we are to the J., T. A K. W. U'y companyrun was daintily costumed In white mull, for, vegetables. .Enquire II HOWLAXD ofCIIAS. Merchant'sMetal

judge by their dissenting opinions its passenger, trains through trimmed with white satin ribbon, and Waveland, Fla.

-scout at the idea of the law not Titusville out to the end of the carried a bouquet of pink carnations and "Spanish"

being valid, and thus dies the dock, on the edge of the river fern.
famous rather channel, to connect with steam. sweet Fancy Plueaj>ple Slips and Suck-
Income
or infamous The bride' traveling gown was of, -* TILES. 1--
tax law, as it has been called. boats for Boekledge, we don't believe brown cloth with velvet trimmings ors For Sale.
golden -
The opinion of one man decided the people ,of our town received ,1Y.> have three dlntlnctSU
hat and of color. ..
gloves same Surfamvli
; for Straight
the question-five to four againstthe any special benefit by the "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas."
The wedding breakfast served In t .10,10d4., a Ita20Ai
was Apply to ){ADlOO"K & MATTHAMH
law. It was only a chance,that traffic passing through the town. the which Th Palm Beach well a>a special 4.radn ,
dining Pinery
; room, was beautifully ,
Last winter when .tbe trains t d TILE for lomcalSurfaces.
the decision was not the other way went decorated with Spanish moss and magnolias West I'alm Beach, Fla. .

-five to four in Its favor. down loaded with passengers and and also the wide
piazzas over-
freight for the }'olnolanaand
Where decisions close royal
are as as looking the river. Mrs. W. II. Gleason For Sl er Charter. r_ The most Ornamental
this where the Is West Palm Beach, we do not
court as equally
presided at the table, assisted by Misses Roof made, and tbor-
divided it be such recall any special benefit the [.
as can on an important peo. Gertrude Fee ") oughly! .torm-proo
Annie and Jessie
Goode, Sharpie yacht, lancy, 37 feet long,
question looks as if legal pie of Brevard county experienced and Susie Carter. 0 feet beam, cabin, 7xiO feet; water The "STAR" Ventilator

.decisions are very, very uncertain,' as a result of the traffic throughour The left Tillman closet, kitchen, gasoline stove for sale "ALASKA"
.and largely a matter of luck. This borders, and If a railroad is happy pair on the or charter by week or month at low Galvuliml Iron, We IUtIran-
lO-SO:: train, the same morning, on their rates. Copper or B..... tee all our high
built to West fail "
.may be a very unsatisfactory state Key we to see 16 2 P. J. NeTtus Merritt grade plate. to M ERCBUT'S
honeymoon trip, which will embrace Fla. Absolutely the IJeot Oroa.
.of affairs, and yet we consider it how our people will 'receive thebenefit" be m..le hr the
Jacksonville, Charleston, Washington, meats, Humble, Stormur 0'
.somewhat elf by the through passenger Palm Oil ROOFING.
an improvement on I '
and New York; thence up the hud.onriver Lotus to Oeeanus. Frucese.
or freight traJHc between the
ithe old when imbecile
an or a I Prevents
way, down draughts
to Niagara Fall, and from there to (laeorpormtfd)
United States and the Vest Indies
would sit throne with :
tyrant on a St. Paul Minn., where they. will be at On and after May 18th Ramsav Bros.
.absolute power, and still does i iome In If the travelers would stop off and home at The Premiers will run a boat from Lotus to Oceanusany MERCHANT & CO., 517 Arch St., Philadelphia Pa.

.. countries, and issue his de.cress board at our hotels aad buy and day wish to go. For L:
Mr. Hart Is connected with the Edison Information
according to his own sweet develop our\ lands, we can under further call or addressllAMSAT _
Electric Light Co. bt Paul and Is ---- -----
a ----
BK08. -----
stand where the benefit --
will his of life would come ---
depriving subjects
gentleman of excellent social and business 133t Lotus, Fla. E.tabUehed 1883. -
well in, but we are inclined to think
-as as property. JAS Y BOFILL & CO.
the officers that with a railroad to Key Wes standing. L. ,
Perhaps some of of Many valuable and beautiful presentswere For Sale. '. BARBOT & CO.
Fruit
and Produce
the numerous corporations in lire many of those who have stopped received ,
by the bride and groom.
ward county, such as the Eau Gal.! at St. Augustine or on the Halifax Abbaka General Commission

lie .Electric Light company, the or Indian Rivers, or at Lake Worth! Negro guavas pineapple and pedigree suckers Noonan yellow strawberry Catley .- Commission Merchants,

Jlockledge Beach Canal company, in the past, may go down to His Thieve*. plants. NV rite for price. to rAa P. O. Boa IO39. -

lJ.ar.and Key West in future JAS Morr, ..
the Boekledge Railway cayne ,
the White: City company etc., etc., or over to the Bahamas or to Cuba.. The sheriff of Dade county received a Orlando Nursery, gg.8.1: -3 REFERENCES Btnith Cor..:.-Hauelten.. & Co ('hl* Lug,111 St IMo ,',,1'

company With railroad telegram Tuesday from Key West to the Orlando, Fla. : ... :" .ens' Hank of LoulilanaT' N. (Tee-op" ""
a to Key We t the aosaXd Qa't 'V..
and others, did not know that they; .8 BanklnicAMB; ;John W, I.umleo, Sew rCity
jialfc to fine of thousand tide of travel will surge- further effect! that Darby XewbolJ and Joe h L+1 J. C. Smith & Co.. Be Louis Mo.. F FJ'eUTion
were ( a one

Sloop For Sale. Ft.: llainee. O.t R. M.t.lasler, Flees!
dollars, for failure to make return south, and we cannot see any special Munnlngs, colored, who, with Joshua te.Ha., fruit and J-roduce Trade GeneraCommercial .

benefit to the state at large. Xewbold, stole flirt In money, a guitar, NEW ORLEANS Agencies
under the income tax law, of For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl3ft; N.. N... Street,
All business transacted during the liv" the extension: of a railroad- tn Md a sailboat from one Charles John.sea tonnage, 18 :tf-100; In first-class condi LA. Now 339-331 Fojrdriw

Key West, the latter city and on April 23 last, had been released tion. New sails head-room In cabin. REFERENCE, I Metropolitan Brat Orleans 1.,1.
1891. relieved from possibly -
year They are Jacksonville might be bene. from custody, says the Citizen. Xo reason Best party or trade boat of her size on (CuiuiuercUl: A&..".... ty Liberal Advance made on Comlgnim- 'f'
this duty by tie recent Supreme the river Price, 1400.00. Apply to
court decision, which declares the iteJ, but the small towns and tot the release was given, but the E. C. B. Tyndall Waveland, or Capt. Co.

Jaw invalid, and, of course, are not farming sections would not, and as telegram stated that the sheriff of Muo- Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she G, G, McCLINTOCK Exposition Produce ,

for Tampa we fear it would rue county bad written particulars may be seen. *tf .
subject to the peaalty but if one get
of the Supreme court judges bad something of a black eje T XevtbuUI and Manning were capturedby Receiver of GP !! COIIISSIOI MERCHANTS.

the Key West authorities, and the Queen Sucker For Sale .
taken a different view, it might Fruits Wholesale Fruits, Vegetables, PoultnEggs
sheriff WM notified of the fact He and
Yegetables
have been a very serious matter. Fish, etc.
SCHOONER LINE FROM INDIAN was just preparing to sail on the yacht I have about tent-ftv. or thirty Ofltne and.8.rnr.s Rooms ; iI I
thousand nice Queen suckers for 415 North Front No 8L,Cor. Edgewood *"
Stoma Bird, for Key West, when he re very St.,
ANNEXATION OF CUBA. RIVER TO BISCAYNE BAY. ceived the menace Informing hint ol sale; all from young plant that have Atlanta Georgia j
never bourn an apple.111 be ready PhiladelphIa Pa Consignment
Solicited. Consigner!
heir release Th hart had
negroes for early delivery. !
furnished
Another public meeting has been The J.. St. A. & I. n, R'y corn warrants out for them ever since the For price and further particulars, Shipments sold on arrival Checks l Special with attention dally quotations.to consign 1

held In Jacksonville and resolutions has engaged fleet of schooa. address, and accounts of sales every .
pany heft was committed. The third negro sent out each day meat, Urge or small. !

hue been passed expressing en to ply between Indian River I. said to hate ea} kt| to Nassau, where \t.FBEf Cox bend for market report References Carload lots of Florida vegetables otD i
and and the Florida tIifiale upon appiteatkm frees all over the state fruits handled on Special commission, .
sympathy with the people of Cuba Bay Biicayne h. sow I I.. batten
.
m. H**** mean m lUi ww III ......... tT wra.1t.ns..heu.ee Is,NIM.lb'y..,srkOL,.M. ,

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RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY J4, 1895. G I
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Awarded the great ocean of life.
The trifle of our dally HTM, To Orange-Growers.
Ibest tt.nort-WorlcS' F.IpMKING 'The common thin C. K-arre worth recall, COCOA ICE WORKS
w hereof nn Tlnlble trace nurrlTm,
DR; Thee are the e
malnnprlng after all.
fl 'The largest crop and best grade of fruit can only be obtained ,
Every cottage on the beach Is rented

t_ for the summer, and the hotel folk are -y using fertilizers containing: Ooooci, F'1Or1d.ct.


getting rooms many letters of Inquiry .about Not Less than % Actual Potash. NOW I3ST OPTs3I 1TLTION.

:3,0 z z 5,0 [Remember the AHVOCATB, Tltun-, I
vine, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus This and other Manufacturer t
is of fruit
),00 CREAM a share of your work] equally true pine-apples tropical

ICE & DISTTTuT AVATKRABSOLUTELY
Our boob on PotAsh are sent free. They will cost you nothing to read, and will uef \

ntinJ Banyan.All fOIl dollar GERMAN KALI WORKS, w Na.... Street New York
___ h_. ___ ____ FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE i

sufficient evidence of the attractive left for the north on Wednesday morn-
our residents are enjoying! themselves jy: Refrigerators Ice (hcMs. Frcexcrs and Water Coolers.
eating green corn. qualities of the resort Ing, Miss Wood going to New York and

J Br! Mss Paine to lK>t.and, to the commencement
POQIII Mr. Walter and Mrs. and Miss Gilbert )Ir. W. It. Chambers, auditor of the exercises of Stetson University Lake Worth Ice Works

expect to go north In a few days1 time, East Coaitt Line, was In Eau Gallie ,
where her
Muter are at school. After
MOST PERFECT MADE.nAmmnAlumoranyoherdultent.. to spend the summer. Tuesday morning, leaving on the northbound
fox:,p commencement she and her sisters go to PALM HKACII ] Iu\
i Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret train for Jacksonville.. .,
Cure Mr. J. P.
Brown
\ I wait down here last Minneapolis\ Minn, where their home Is
wIrr week looking after his two acres of pines Mr. Geo. Gloason, Ex-Gov. Glenson located
& YEARS THE STANDARD. and collecting rents. and Mr. Layton returned last Thursday

from their cruise down the river only ;
mrFt
a Mr. John Carson, postmaster at Atlantic having gone as far south as Jensen. Fort Pierce. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS 'i

Coronado Beach. (just across Banana liver\ from an.t'MIIII Annie
Mrs. A. V.
Banyan), is building a house. Lansing Sheriff J. E.: Bowman wa in town a

- )Jr. John McAllister Lansing left on Tuesday's train forPortsmouth few days the first of the week. -- MANUFACTURED BY i
planting some
jfr lolin Sharp, the popular day Ohio, where they will
Jerk al the hotel and late sister Flo, are very fine cocoanut trees on this place at spend the summer, the guest of Mrs.Lansing's Miss Sadie Sounders loft for. Eden, I
r Tropic. They from the Bahamas Tuesday, on a visit to her aunt.
Ft Ft'g Cti'' ,'0" Ult to their brother, I'rof. came daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dodge. Chapman & Sudlow
; ,
Cashier Wm. !M. Brown, of the Indian Mr. ,
and Taylor was In town Tuesday, his
'hq,. ID DeLaml. The professor Their many friends wish them a pleasant I
Ij, .IIe ,,11return\ with them to the River State Bank, Titusville has a nice trip and an agreeable visit. many friends being glad to see him. South Jacksonville Florida. '
place here. His out ((
pines are throwing
each after the commencement exer- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tombes, who have We have born having some fine rains
some fine suckers. It would\ certainly
iset! al the university are over. spent the winter here with their son, lately, which were needed badly
p.iy Mr. Brown to have them worked. and
)Ir. and Mrs. Frary and family and Mr. W. K. Tombed, left for their home Mr. B. Meu-U ether left for Palm For Oranges Vegetables Pineapples.
,
Mr. Sam Childs hero last week
}IIII', (4'1\11, of Summltt, are fixtures In was at AMitabula, Ohio, last Wednesday. Beach on Monday.Capt. .

best of the Currle cottages for the fertilizing! his pines, which are lookingwell. Mr. Tombed was In very poor health (5eo Saunders Is busy makingan Formulas. '
the Mr. Childs has five --:) Special Attention Given to Private ( :-
InUre season. They will have their own bought acres when he came here last fall, and we me addltiou to his house.
and of land from Mr. A. W. Hardee, adJoin- to note that he leaves us much Dealers In all kinds of U.iw Material, such AI Snip. Potash, Kalnit, Cotton
In for a good time no glad very
tram. are ing his present land. He now owns ten Mrs. Tot ten and family have loft for heed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc. ,:
better place could be chosen to get Itthan acres of choice pineapple and vegetable Improved.The South Jacksonville on a few weeks' dune ground and steamed In the factory In three different grists.J'JT" j'

Coronado. land. :I exodous still continues. Mrs visit : Send for Pamphlets, and 1'.."* i' '

and her handsome daughter Kltchell has removed her family to
Dodge
lira Mr. T. J. O'Bilcn left for Jupiter and
[Send the AovooATfc an order for any Cocoa last Tuesday on the Ii
Fiancis wife and daughter leaving
r Louise job printing need.] Palm Bench Tuesday night.Capt rIll
01 the Rev. Mr. Dodge, of Paola, Fla., you house-boat Rochester. Mrs. A. A. )Ic-
.
while route Girt will remove to West Palm Beach Roy McFadden was In town on LANDS
came over for a night en MUCK :
Tuesday. *
tenbcie! ; and, like others who come totbe St. Lucie River. this week, where her husband: Is em- !

beach, were so charmed that they ployed on the East Coast Line. :Next Card of Tlnuik ,

have determined to remain for some We are having some delightful weather Miss Edith Valentine and Mr. Ed. L. t

IA just now. Hart were married last Tuesday morning -
timee I take this method of expressing
Hay rides on the beach are becoming Mr. A. R. Krueger Is adding quite a at Tillman, leaving Immediatelyafter most sincere thanks to the gentlemenwho my t.WII.1l1ll111. half aero tracts, )

and scarcely a week nice addition to his house, which will the ceremony for Niagara Falls and
very popular, so kindly and generously aided me
without or more. Very Improve its appearance very much. St. Paul, at which latter city they Canal.
passel now one In moving Into my new home two weeks Fronting on 1
(>> (>> 0 0 0>>
will make their home. When the train
will be hunting We pleased to Mr. W. Kitch-
I moon( the excitement were see ago "without money and wthoutprice."

turtle nests and getting a ride on thertle's fag among us on Sunday. lie left Monday stopped at Eau Gallie the happy pair I shall not soon, gentlemen, forget this, Apply to

back as she leaves the nest after morning, for up the Indian River. received the congratulations of many your little act of kindness; and I shall,
friends, who were assembled at the ALBERT W. ROBERT,
depositing her eggs. Frequently as It is rumored that two more families not forget you when I bow before the

many as 250; eggs are laid. will be added to Waveland's! populationere depot. the throne of mercy. God bless you. West Palm Beach, Fla. !

Miss Marie Jacot, of Atlanta, Is a long, and If so we ought to have a Respectfully, ____ ___ __ __ _u

tc; guest at the hotel, having come down first-class school there next winter. Daytona.Mr. B. A. GKIOKK, Pastor B. C. The Largest and Most Complete -

from Georgia to see what a Florida seacoast Some of the people at Potsdam are May 22, 1805.! Indian River Mattress and
G. E. Muriel was In town this Establishment South.
will do for her. Miss Jacot has trying to get the name of that place I

not been well for some time and was changed to South Stuarts, which will be week. ComutencemcnT Kxerelxen of the -* Brash Company *- GEO S HACKER & SON
advised to somewhere for a change. than the There Is great excitement In town ,
[I. go much more appropriate present Southern IChulergartemiAaso- I
surprised her many friends by coming name. this week over the bank failure.Mr. TitiiHVillo, Florida. '
elation of JnckNonvllle.
to Florida In summer but does not We are Informed that Mr. Bryce, of Will Wolsley left on Wednesday Our Mattresses are made from 8-oz.

l'y regret her move; and wonders why hundreds started to build for Atlanta, where he expects to go Into ticking, filled with dear palmetto fibre,
here instead of Jensen, has already a A notable event will take place In and fared with superfine fibre made from
do not come business.
more large fish boat, and has let the contractto Jacksonville on the evening of the ,10th the cabbage palm This fibre Is made

going to St. Simons and elsewhere, as Mr. D. II. Hanklns; also a naphtha Mr. Geo. Hawk and family left for of May, when a class: of ten young women by ircon's patented process, which

the thinks Coronado attractions far launch for towing the fish boats from their summer home In Cynthiana Ky., will graduate from a two years' make It tough, curly and elastic. It ,
f
superior to any she has yet seen. on Wednesday.It will nut break up, mat down nor get t'a
place to place. course In a kindergarten training school. dusty like mos or excelsior. The fibre
Mrs. Bidwell Blake, of Chicago, a We would like to see some of our will not be long before our summer This Is the first of Its kind in the state, will not draw dampness and get musty

guest{ of Capt. Blake, was suddenly many visitors to the Y. P. S. C. E. joinus visitors from the Interior begin to assemble and marks an educational era in the history nor mildew; this being an advantage Ina 4 4nlauufaclarerw
called home on Monday by the death of on the beach. of Florida.The damp anti warm climate-always remaining -
in our good work, although we are I sweet and clean. The work-
ber father. A few minutes before re- always glad to see them at our meetings. Mrs. J. K. Altkin left on Monday for kindergarten creates a desire for manshlp U guaranteed first-class In

dying the telegram announcing his Remember 7UJO p. m., Sundays, rain or an extended tour through Europe and knowledge and usefulness. At the same every respect.

death she sang, while making a call at shine, we are there. Egypt. She will be greatly missed In time It stimulates the physical powers Braided seams, double-stitched and ,
of
the hotel that sweet of PboabeCary's well tufTed top and bottom.
song
On Saturday last Park Bros capturedan Daytona society. Into healthy growth. IhHilile M ttn-.., wnlnht MNhe,4-ftto4,6, '.00(
-"One sweetly solemn thought" alligator, near Mr. W. Hogg's place, Mr. J. M. Jolley, editor of the Halifax With the Idea of building up an Institution Single Mllttr,,.'''.V,S, to a i,:& Doors Sash Blinds
At she the last stanza HJwcUl; rite! mule to orclor. ,
sang which fuininh not only tho
over 7 feet long and It was shipped on Journal, purchased a house on Beach may All kinds of Palmetto Ilruislu'd

strengthen Father iwrfert the my night trust of;my faith; Monday. They certainly know how to street of Mrs. Jessie Wilder last week, women of Florida, but her sister states made to order. Call on or address, Moulding and Building Material.

On Let the me rock feel u of I the would shore when of death 1 stand: handle alligators. It created considerable and had It removed to Palmetto avenue. the means of this prelaratlonhd I. K. MATTIIBSS A liuisu; Co., 9

Feel an I would when my feet amusement while being captured.The Mr. James Woodworth, of Jacksonville Southern Kindergarten Association wan Box 142. Titusville, Kla. Ofllce and WarcrooniN, King, Opposite
Are llilnt| | | over the brink; organized and this class Is the first '
For It may lie, I'm nearer home- Rev. Mr. Frlpp, of White City, one of Daytona's pioneer citizens, ; Cannon hlict't,
Nearer now than I think. held divine service here on Sunday, to a was In town last week. While here he fruits of their efforts. TITUS\'J.I: WIJATIIKU Jti:.
-she seemed intensely In earnest, her It Is hoped that teachers and alll'er. Charleston] S. C.
I small congregation the reason of sold his beautiful Rldgewpod lot to Mr. POUT. ,
clear contralo voice had so much feelingin very sons Interested In the educational

it that all who listened were imprest,*! which was that just about the time to fellas Coleman. advancement of our south land will try The following! Is a comparative Itateoment

and wonder now at her selection of that start to service a very heavy thunder- The concert given Friday night by the to. attend this first commencement of of temperature and rainfall for the Sash Weights Cord and
Mr. Frlpp also preachedat well and week ending Wednesday, May 23051804 : i
particular piece from the hundreds of storm came up. Bridges Bros was atteaded, the training school of the Southern
Potsdam In the evening, to a fair con- the large class formed seem much de- ) .- -1805.-
others at her command. Kindergarten Association Hardware
with the they have DATE MAX. HIV. MAX.: HIV.ID ,
gregation. lighted progress
Haven beautifully writes: Memory The transportation lines of the state 84 A4 W) (IO

seizes the passing moment; fixes It upon In the good ADVOCATE of the 10th made. have granted a special excursion rate for 11 83 07m 81 6.'i Window and Fancy ClassA

the canvas, and hangs the picture on the Inst., was published an article on the St. PAIMETTO Horse, Daytona. Rooms, the occasion. Tickets will be sold May 18 84 H5U 117J
IIH
will's Inner chamber for her to look Lucie River improvement, which has without board, during the summer 20th and 30th good to return until May 20 9 88 74 61 IIH 79 80( Yi: SPECIAI/TY.

upon when she will During the past made a good many 'of our citizens feel month Apply to Mrs. Davidson 31st. 2t 7U 40! 82 111'I2j - --

week Mrs C. L. Stamate and her that we,are not out of the world altogether proprietress. iI 00 71) M

daughter Edith, of Ottawa, III, spent and we sincerely hope they will The Jlrl lgen' Iliitertuliiinent. I Total rainfall for the week: 1.44 Inches. RUPTURE
l'r ahead with the work. It Is just Cocoa.Mr. Departures from normal rainfall for the
ti days at the hotel, and their visit go .
016 Inches.
need week : plus Departurefrom
wm indeed be a pleasant memory. Miss what this section The people of Titusville were treatedto normal rainfall since January hat;

Stamate has been rightly named Edith [Job work cheaply, neatly and expeditiously A. A. Taylor Is having a 4,000-gal. a public rehearsal! of Mr. Frank R. minus O.al Inches.J. Can be Cured

rich gift-for she Is the most gifted executed at the ADVOCATE office, cistern put down on his place. Bridges' vocal class of about 00 pupils E. LA NO i'KTTC,

little elocutionist that has yet visited Titusville.heads, letter Circulars heads,, envelopes hand bills, ,statements note Mr. C. J. Coggwin now owns the ,on Tuesday evening. The house wee Observer. With an much ease and certainty: as a

'oronado. Her modest graceful gestures tags, etc., etc.] steam launch Stella, and Capt. Mercier filled by a very appreciative audience, broken limb, If the right means are em-

with her Inimical reciting of the I the sailboat Omega, they having traded who were more than pleased at the rapid the Have Walton you Rapid seen It'Calking Seen Machine.what Why If ployed. If you are afflicted, and a permanent -

many beautiful pieces she so kindly Gallie.Mr. with each other recently. progress made by the class In about 15 you own a sail\ or row boat, don't fail to radical cure Is any object, write

(favored the guests with, was truly "a Eau The steamer Courtney of the Flagler hours under the able tuition of Mr. have one on hand. It Is a great labor for my book giving full particulars for

rich gift, the memory of which will long Line took the run In place of the Delia Bridges. He gave an exhibition of .aver, and Is Britain In the United Self Cure at home. Hook sent free to all

hang; on the "soul's Inner chamber" oftit J. D. II. Smith paid a visit to on the 15th. She has a new boiler and their training In voice culture, and States few of,the Great state right,will Canada be ,sold etc.at A a sufferers Address

who were fortunate enough to hear Cocoa last Thursday. has been overhauled In general for the reviewed the work done, which was very reasonable figure. Apply to J. 0. Walton Dr. W. S. n100, ,

the echo of her last piece-"The Echo Mrs. Sweet was present at the Valen- work. satisfactory to those who attended, as Titusvllltt, Ha.BabU 0 !:8MITI1VILLE Jeff. Co., N.: Y.

''If the Ferry." The clear ringing, resonant tine-Hart wedding at Tillman. Mr. S. Shear, wife and daughter well. those who took part. Some very -- ---- -- 17mylm

tones of the "Bells of Awtry" are good selections were rendered by the and ItebU.
Mr. W. II. II. Gleason went down to Lexla, are down on a cruise They takeIn
stilt! heard In Imagination by the crowd last Monday on business.Mr. St. Lucie, White City and Jupiter ere class, who were strongly advised I by Mr. "I remember very well when Charlie, SLIPS
Jupiter
who remain, and who regret her compulsory Mr. Shear will take some Bridges to form a Musical Union InTltulVllIe my oldest was a baby he was simply' PINEAPPLE .""
hasty departure. Her promised O. F. Paddlson paid a flying visit they return. --saying they had good material angel la I was sometimes tempted (o

'bad; stay another season will be antici- to Jupiter, the first of the week, In the negatives on the trip. In town, but needed practice. Mr. pinch him, just to sue if he could cry. == = = AND SUCKERS
business. of the colored people spent' boor after boor and always
pated with pleasure by many. Interest of his lumber Many Bridges, undoubtedly 1 a good teacher, lie slept
when held awoke wltb a smiling face and a cooing
What a wealth of sunshine there isiayas Mr. T. L. Scholt, of Orlando, having their Monday annual at Courtenay ple-nlo. ,Several boatloadswent they and our people will l*> glad to see him Toloa And I. silly young thing that 1 FOR SALE
visit to
ten days'
u -' the completed an agreeable In Titusville again. excellent ,
we look out over ocean all the was, plowed myself on what an -
wales, freighted and sparkling with our town, left last Monday for Titusville much.from here, enjoying day After the rehearsal of the class, Mrs. mother 1 was and felt a deep contempt Of the Following ---

crystal light, as they roll In with their and Sanford. very Bridges-who Is quite a help to her husband for all mothers of crying babies. =

majestic, graceful motion. The long Rev. J. A. Jordan, the Methodist Incumbent Revival services are being conducted -gave several very fine recitations, But I was doomed to bar a falL When Red Spanish,

line uf breakers scatter themselves In preached an Interesting sermon In the Methodist church here. The pastor which were loudly applauded; while the Willie came I don't think there wasTer Porto Rico,

'nr( and break gently on the smooth I last Sunday evening at the Baptist I Mr. Blackburn, Is assisted by the staging of Mr. Bridge brought down a more lensltlr bunch of nerves VARIETIES : Smooth Caytsw
Rev. Mr. Lawler, of Tltusvllle. The listed. He cried it seemed to me, coatinoslly -
'< U, the hou....
"> then, quietly gliding back again' church. I and woke from his fitful slumbers Golden Queen,
>Ixw: the Incoming troubled waters are The Melbourne and Eau Gallie gun meetings are Interesting.Mr. On Monday evening next there will be on the lightest pretext, and I was DIme Ciby,

part of the great whole once more Not clubs met last Thursday, the visitors Harry" C. Eyer has secured space a meeting at the Presbyterian church ready to run to the gate when I saw i
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'Itop is lost, or even a grain of sand beating the home club by a score of 18 at the International Cotton State Ex. for the object of forming a Musical l visitors coming to apologize for what I.. Orders BOW taken. All first;.

but what has Its place. We used to sing to 10, out of 50 !birds each. hiblt, for which be pays ta,< --hen M. Collier will also have curiosities of Interested In musk are strongly advisedto please to walk softly. I then learned
young: Mr. J. A. Bast Mrs. M. A. Murphy there babies and babies and to G. C. MATTHAMS,
at the that are
UUU drop of water, bU own manufacture exposition be present.
users inn* of ....... and family and other guests still continue Atlanta. physical condition bar eYerythlogJo Florida Pineapple Co..
Make Hi* nigbtl wean on at hotel da Kit" Semi, dwptte at do with a obikl'i temperament' Beach PIa.INDIAN
AM tin liiMJRnii land. fee"' .. West Palm .
1. of tile sexon, which is Misses UwU I'aioe and AuMfe Wood .Or CAIOUI s Teak : *
the lateness
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HER SILVER SPOONS MUSIC HATERS. NEAR & TAYLOF

on.Then Arc With. A....... U Hsoar's ... (SuoceMow to Join [
McAl'iitw:

THEY REMAINED HER PROPERTY, BUT No greater mistake I..ft can StrftlM.be mad thanto Artesian Well Contracftl

WERE VERY COSTLY. imagine that all royal personages are JOB EAU ,

necessarily musical True, there is a : CALLIE, FLA

After Bnylnc Them. Thre. Tlrno. She R.. large number of melomanlao among FonWINES '
them, one of the most conspicuous In. PERSONAL GOSSIP. *
ruMd to Rl.k Them. Any MOT*-A Llttl
U>T7 neartag n lh. QoMtloa of thWlr stances having been the late King Lout Miss Susan B. Anthony' next birth. andCIGKA.RR
of Bavaria SPIRaBBBItS
But, on the other hand,
.'i property Right. day will occur on Feb. 15, when she
there are not a few who are entirely devoid
will be 75 year of age.
The following story wail told in a paper of any ear for music and who eve :
dislike it. Mis Lizzie Darlington, a daughterof t;
read by Mrs. M. J. Coggeshall at a ,
meeting, of the Woman's Suffrage so- Thus Emperor Napoleon HI was es- ex-Congressman.Darltngton of Wes
iety of Den Moines and published in oeedingly averse to melody of every kind Chester, Pa., is about to become a law PRIN ET

The Saturday Review of that city: and character, while his uncle, the firs yer. OF THE FINEST QT'ALtTr

Today, when we women bare not out- emperor, complained that the sound of Privy Councilor Peter Gnbonin, who 60 TO '
grown the pretty fad of collecting ion music used to Jar on his nerve and to died a few
renlr spoons, tbe great variety and give him a heat\ache. of the wealthiest men in Russia. He Lesley & Hcnak

beauty of which were unknown to onr King Humbert of Italy is equally devoid was the son of a peasant and was a self TING Families Supplied

grandmothers, allow me to recall the of ear, simply loathe the sound 01 made man. "
tory of a great aunt of ours who also Instrumental music and ha so little According to a writer in The Cana- B30- Our Loclfflnjjs and Lun,
loved but notion of what is a false and what is I dian Louis Will be Ready by Oct I !Situated
spoons, whose plain cupboard a Magazine, Joseph Papineau, Right Arm Paralyzed!! side Washington ave.. between
drawer contained notett of dainty after true note that the most efficacious threat the leader of the Canadian insurrection K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block J

dinner coffees like those from which we that he can use when he wishes to Induce In 1837, was tbe greatest. man that Saved from St. Vitus Dance. ;; ,
love to sip as we sit In our olabs and his wife to stop playing on the piano French-Canada ever produced.

talk of culture. 1* the declaration that he will com Mrs. Johnson of Collinsville, Ills., "Our daughter, Blanche, DOW fifteen HODGES & GODFI
This aunt when a young woman was mence to sing being wealthy and without living relatives years of age, had been terribly -+ OF ALL KINDS +- [

a teacher in a country school until she The great Empress Catherine of Rnsia has permitted John W Emerson afflicted with nervousness, and bad

bad saved enough money to Indulge her used to say that, no matter how she of Ironton, Ma, to adopt her a* his sister lost the entire use of her right arm. Manufacturer ,of
great desire for a set of silver lpocnLtihe wished to appreciate music the fines! so he can inherit her estate We feared St. Vitua dance, and tried
harmony and the most celestial melodies I the hpst! physiclans! with- no benefitShe Yellow Pine
was married soon after to the Lumt
young founded her Omar V. Sage of Catsklll, N. Y., baa taken three bottles of Dr.:
of her choice. to ear as noise.
a buzzing
wan Biz Neatly
years passed by
who ha been appointed warden of Sing Miles' Nervine and has gained 31
of hard work and I have more than once discussed with
years for
economy Sing prison, is an ex-ansemblyman and'or pounds. Her nervousness ROUGH 4 DllEoiCo
both, happy years, though no children eminent anrists in Germany the cause entire
several yean has been chief clerk of toms of St. Vitus dance are Orange. Box Head,
had come to bless their union-when by of this absence of what I* known as the the gone, she attends school regularly
prison department at
a trodden Illness the husband Was taken ear for mnsla They attribute it to one Albany and has recovered complete use ofher Fruit A egetaWe. Cm,J

away. The day after tbe funeral the of two causes either to a cerebral de. The Duke of Argyll, whose engagement arm, her appetite is splendid." 1.0"111'1; delivered. at any ear .t tolls fon f J

grieved wife was surprised by the en- ficiency or to a defect in the drum of the to Miss Knox Little is announcedIn I MRS a. B. BULLOCK Brighton. N.:T. CheaplyAND lug throwgh building: : biil on of the lading.East Coael An\ ,m Ih t nnten don

trance to her home of the two brothers oar Strangely enough, one drum will London, is over 70 and ha been married Dr. Miles' Nervine write forrricee.. The Sawmill t, tlnatffl
of her husband, bringing with them the sometimes be thus affected and the other twice already. Hi son, the Marquis I J.,T. A; K. W. Ry..a lull,. .n ,n ealntd

village lawyer. They told her they bad not and they cited the well known of Lome, married Queen Victoria' Cures. Satsuma III ights! Putnam ceMx

come to set a value upon their brother's caw of a famous scientist to whom the daughter, Princes Louisa

property, in order that she might know sound of music was a source of neurotic Mr. and Mrs. Frank Selous are now Dr. Miles' Nervine' la cold on a positive -
uaranteetbaCsheflrstbottle will benefit.
what part of it was hers. trouble and even downright agony until making wedding tour in tents through All: druggists sell It..UI,S bottlua forts' /, 01' J. M. SANDERS
She held her peace as they sot down one day he happened to stop up one Asia Minor, attended by five servants. It will lie sent prepaid, on receipt of prlret ,
.
>7 the Ur. Mil Medical Co., Elkhart, Jnd. ,
the worth of each article of furniture in ear with cotton wool, when for the first The celebrated lion killer and discoverer

the little borne, until they finally came line music became to him a source of of Mashonaland is determined to shootas Dealer in

to the box of spoons. pleasure and even delight.A many ibexes as possible. ExpeditiouslyExecuted

Then she spoke and said: "These are king who objects to mnslo is King Miss Lucy Tonlmin Smith, the daughter Seed corn Intended for next season DRY GOODS NOTION!

mine. 1 bought them with my own George of Greece, whose pet aversion is of the hitttorian of English guilds should be thoroughly dried or It will not ,

money before I was married." the national hymn of the country over and well known herself for a life devot- answer If perfectly dry it will\ endure AND

"Yes, ma'am," said the lawyer, which he reigns. No matter where the ed to antiquarian research, has been appointed very severe cold, but If containing much
"but yon know, ma'am, that after a In- unfortunate man goes, either at home or to the new pout of librarian at Choice Groceries
water In its the
sly la married everything belongs in law broad, he is compelled to listen to the Manchester college, Oxford. composition extremely

to her husband." itralns of this melody, which is invariaily Sir Joseph Renal, the elected cold weather will Injure the germ. DryIt

So all the little property was divided, struck up in his honor, and I have lord mayor of London, Is newly a native of well, and hang it up In a dry place of Hay, Corn, Mapes' Fertilize

tbe brothers taking half, and she took been frequently amused by observing Nottingham. He is 51 years old and even temperature.

the spoons with the rest at the price bo look of positive anguish upon his conducts a largo business. He has boon FINE PATENT FLOUR.
that had boon sot upon them. But. it taco when the baud began Its work.- Merman and sheriff. Of all outdoor M.Iu' WINE! OF CIRDUI for ftmnl. dines. ... AT THE -

obliged her to give up the home, and Chicago liecor 1 ports ho is an ardent devotee. Ooooct floridCOMPOUND ;

she, with hur few effects, went into Ex-Senator Ingalls' oldest son, Ella- Walton's. Calking rachll\..,
rimed room and began life anew. Occasionally TAURUS IN A NEW ROLE. ;. 10.00( Rar"l each. In
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worth, though only 28, is a successful >.00 use .
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teaching a school and always by many of the principal boat-builders
Untoward RiwulU. of Substituting a null attorney in Atchison and local counsel OXYGERestores
sewing when possible, she supported For s Horao la "MMcppa." for two important railroads-the Union In the Nvi th. bee pamphlets and testimonial
herself for about. three *
comfortably
very Pacific and the Santa Fe. As a politician -
Jim Larkin was a noted character of
when
a lifelong friend of her
years
in the seventies Larkin ho is chairman of tho Republican ADVOCATEPrinting strength, quiets tin den
Iinwbnn I, an excellent man, offered her Cheyenne wan In preparing food for stock, such as
one of those harmless officious follows central committee of his county. and expels dlweaxe.
his baud In m. rriage. cooked vegetables, chopped feed, etc.,
and had his nose into everything. There Prince Hohenlobe, the now German Proof, the most convincing I if tE.
She liked him well, and her friends always season with salt. Every animal free to all who suffer. < all *m It'l
was never a dog fight but in chancellor, is just the that Prince
some
way age
told her it was the toed thing to do and !'raves, aud must have, a certain amountof or write for further infoimatlm II>
she with ho got bitten, never a fire but he got Bismarck was when he retired from that --(})-
thought pleasure of again being saline matter introduced into its sys- of 200 pages/ sent free.
mistress of a home. So they were turned, and never an accident but he high office. He is personally very popn- Home or office treatment i tao'
married. was there in time to get hurt. Larkinwas lar. He has always been very fond of tern to enable It to thrive. lion

something of a showman. During Paris and has made it an invariablerule fl'ee.Drs.
la
.a few years her husband's health I'alou
& ,
declined, and for many months she gave his residence in Cheyenne a colored tragedian to visit the French capital once a Catarrh Cannot be Cured *! 4rOffice. Stnrkey

Itunrnott tender and unceasing care. filled an engagement in that city, Yeal' 1329: Arch Street. Philadelphia t

she bad a few times spoken to him laying "Hamlet" and "Othello." With local applications, as they cannot
about making a will, but as it seemed Larkin saw in the colored man a great TURF TOPICS. reach the scat of tbe disease. Catarrh

an unpleasant subject she had ceased to opportunity to make money and induced is a blood or constitutional disease, JACKSONVILLE STEAM D
mention it Finally tbe end came. him to play "Mazeppa," using a wild Big purse do not make great hones. and In order to cure It you must take
bull instead of wild horse. The tragedian Groat horses like great men, seem to Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cures I
bad attend the funeral
There to
WORKS
come
fell into the idea, and rehearsalsfor be born, not made taken internally, and acts directly on -' } !
his nearest relative, a nephew tram New the blood and mucous surfacces. !Tall'.
.
the great event were had. The per. An even half hundred world's record
England whom she had never seen before -
,
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.It The above establishment to cadet n
In a day or two he brought two ormauoe was given in a large hall, were made in 1894. was prescribed by one of the bloat management We positive! jjuarai;

men to the cottage to appraise the prop. which was crowded to the doors. In Japan hone racing is an attraction iliyslclans In this country for years ands our woik equal to that of any aortb<
erty, and again was there a price set The play went off lovely until it was at church festival in May. a regular proscilption. It Is composed city.
time for the wild bull of Tartary to be I of the !bent tonics known combined with
well On the
the preserved
upon spoons. Portland, Me., will apply for a grand
brought on, and then there was a slight the best blood purifiers, acting directly
evening of that day as she was preparing iltch. The bull had suddenly become I circuit membership next year.A I I on the mucous surfaces. The perfect Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.

supper the nephew entered the reluctant about going on the stage. Manger colt by the deceased Maxim ia entered combination of the two ingredients Is Ladies Goods Cleaned or Dji
said "Aunt Liza I
kitchen ami : am
Larkin got behind him and gave for the English Derby of 1896. what produces such wonderful results
disposed to be very easy with you. The catarrh bend for ')( t
In testimonl-
curing Dying Silks and Cleaning goods
the animal's tail a twist. It had the de- "Tbe silent man of Maine" is Hiram
worth of all of uncle's property has all free.F. Do k
not delicate Specialty
most texture a
sired effect The bull rushed the Toiler, who work C. IL Nel on'l
been carefully estimated, and I will al. upon J. CHENEY & CO., Props, Toledo for price list
stage and tore out every foot of scenery, horses. 0.Soh1 .
low to include in your half of it
auy you article of furniture you may and then jumped off into tbe orchestra Black Jamie, who 1* being trotted by druggists, price 7:>c. MAINIIARD BROS, (PtOpt

choose." lauding on top of the elide trombone over the German tracks, Is suspected of Send yonrPRINTING No. 13 New nan St., Jacksonville F'|

And again she paid the price of her player. being a ringer.
The audience and lifter frost has pinched the
first darling purchase of silverware, but stampeded jumped In enumerating the great.trainen and grasses
through the windows and doors, and in they are no longer sufficient for cattle W H GLEASON & CO
there was not enough left after the half drivers of America it will not do to forget ,
a very few minnto the bull had every. that must be kept In good flesh, not for
was taken for her to keep the house and the name of Charles Marvin just yet away
lot, so they went into the hands of thing to himself.closed that The "Mazeppa" engagement Claudius, the promising pacing filly .cows giving milk. Add enough grain, ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASETITLES !

strangers., and with her cat Aunt Lire nlght.Anaoondatitanlard. by Nutwood, that brought 11,000 at and the gras will serve much better to
.
Again; went into oozy, but hired rooms. auction recently, ia a fall sister to Man maintain good condition But keep the TO SPANISH GRANT I

She was a pattern of thrift and tidiness, Did Not IlUrao the J...._ ager, 2:06'.. AMINED PERFECTED
.URn" WINE! OF COROUI for Weak N"v. AND
widower of the
an a smart neighborhood A pretty and talkative little girl, evidently Every fractional part of a second
was well aware, and in less than a year her mother's pet was riding in clipped from the record speed of the AND: r.
A ABSTRACTS FURNISHED
be made call tbe matron. Tired 'Weak, Nervous the
comely ,
upon Money) on
a Sixth avenue "L" train the other aft. horse benefits the whole human as wellas
lie wise to make his first
was enough SURVEYS OBTAINED
ernoon. Her mother accompanied her. the equine race.
visit short, but lingered a moment in Means Impure blood and overwork, or
The child often set tho laugh-
pagaengurs Pre-Emp
the door and that in the bear Caroline Agnes Beresford, dowager Defective Homestead anti
suggested too much strain on brain and body.
future they become better acquainted. lug at her droll and ingenuous remarks. duchess of Montrose, known in the rao- The only way to cure U to feed the East Coast Entries Corrected and Perfected :

She answered, "I am living here very "recently a remarkably fat Chinaman, lug world a* "Mr. Manton," and also nerves on pure blood. Thousands of Claims adjusted before the Oft

comfortably, and I think, Mr. Johnson, In full Chinese costume, entered and as the "Red Duchess," died recently. I |people certify that tbe best blood purifier lent at Washington.
lat the child. Correspondence solicited.
that it will not be worth while for you opposite Tom Potter, who a few yean ago the best nerve tonlo and strength
She looked at him in amazement By giving theADVOCATE
apparent builder Is Hood's Sarsaparilla What It
rode Filemaker the FLA.
to call and closing the door hastily over jumps, won EAU CALLIE,
and then turning to her mother, has done for others It will also do foryouHood'i
she turned to her cat and said: 1,000 by riding his horse into a saloon Cures.Nervousness .
with an air that showed she had "given
"No, Tommy, I have bought those It up" asked: and getting a drink over the bar recentr. loss of sleep, loss of and Lem I
three and I don't intendto .-Horseman. Pineapple, Orange
times
spoons "Mamma, what' that opposite" appetite and general debility all disappear
risk them any more. "$ht That' a Chinaman, my when Hood's Sarsaparilla is taken Land For Sale, Cheap.I .
THE FASHION PLATE.
persistently, and strung nerves, sweetsleep "( ;
dear answered the mother In low I '
A Hanu Locomotive. a strong body, sharp appetite, and have for sale j'acres of pmespj'
'one. Opalescent colon are again coming I in a word, health and happiness follow A share of land on St. Lucie river, a few roil<* l
George s. Bpriggs, a mechanic for the "The kind of Chinaman Into favor and of rtbea<
same papa garnitures opalescent the use of Hood's<< Sarsaparilla.The low Eden 40 of which being u"
Baltimore and Ohio railroad stationed says the Japanese are killing" wads are in the very height of fashion. strong point about Hood's Sarsaparlll quarter of northeast quarter "I el"
at Mount Clare, who his friends think dear. Don't talk loud. Is that be- 18 H' *
Yea my so Black and yellow are favorite cornnation. they are permanent township 38, south of rangy ;
U one of the strongest men in tbe world, The child meditated a moment and Fine, soft black net over lemon I cause they start from the solid foundation Your Job Work he other 40 is the northeast 'quart, '
last night gave such a demonstration of then said: colored silk is specially becoming to I of purified, vitalized and enriched of southeast quarter of .et"I1,1Il'

strength that his friends are probably "Well I don't blame 'em."-New a spirited brunette. blood. township 38, south of range 41 eSfi' .
not far wrong. Unaided he moved for York Herald. The above land can be bought fpf *
several feet up a slight incline of track Plain wool skirts and blazers with The single eyeglass,says a philosopher, i acre. It Is suitable for pilltJI'I'!'

a freight car which, with its contents, Jut the .... blouses[ of tartan silk, are fashionable, Is worn by the masher. The theory orange, lemon or lime growing.

weighed 63,000pounds. This is thought She stood at the window of the water and a new dress of black camel's hair that be can He more with, one eye than \j Will be sold In lots of 40 ... let t

to be the world's record, as the heaviest tu office, and the clerk to whom abe has yoke, cuffs and belt of victoria plaid. he can romprehend.-Trutb. cash This land will soon be wrth *

cur known to have been previously tad paid her money asked her what else Opera cloak with big sleeve are Lr 1111 Job per acre.

moved by single man power weighed, le could do for her. vexing problems to women. One of the The heat Itluod Purifier."I worn Apply to C n. Walton, AI" .\
with Its contents, 85.000 pounds. Thin "I want a recipe," she answered. new models U so voluminous that the office; or to Bobbins & Graham f+-
occurred In San Francisco several years "Madam," said the clerk, "this isnot owner is obliged to go sidewlne throughan artistioullygottenup villa tILS
Last night a little knot of interested ordinary door. have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla,
ago. a cooking school We give receipt, an.11t has done me good. I regard It as
person gathered at the Mount Dot recipe, here. \ White silk, satin and moire embroid- the best blood purifier that can be taken .
Clare shop. Spriggs' first attempt was "All right" she twittered. "I don't red in bead are fashionable garnitures, In the spring, or at any other tlrnn.

a freight car weighing, with contents, care what you call It. I know I had to 'and an entire costume in white brocade MARIE RAIXCK, Melrose, n...." "tlsfa.o"tlon: RU99ER
49,000 pound This be moved eight stew and boil to get the money to pay it 'outlined with opalescent bead is among .

fret, and it seemed easy Then he waited 8'loug. And she pocketed the paper the newest importations Hood's Pills cure sick headache, bilItalian" Gunrnn
short time to gather his strengthand )Pross. "teed. '
a and sailed off.-Detroit Free lou6lleu. I odit"ltl,1l. egos a
for huge car of the record
went a
The most elaborate experiments mat
breaking weight lie strained and tug. The carnival season is the most high J have so far been made in aerial propulsion Afrtoaba 000,000square miles Send us your
starting it and moving it ly esteemed holiday In most Italian i iI
finally
fed
show that the screw U the device or about equal to Alaska and CaHterala. orders
the required eight fe t-DaltimortAmerican. I cities In many respects it bean a .. which exert the greatest propulsive STEEL sy,,,, I I4rrwk
the Roman Saturnalia .1 'It
semblance to wdxi.
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to'I.1 tAT HOTEL MELBOURNE 'JlOltL. 'I',:;, A HOMELY AND FEROCIOUS HOG ON p), I

lOBa.ter. :f HIS NATIVE HEATH Jacksonville( Tampa & Key West Railway. ',

MELBOURNE Indian River .' -.. .
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Open all the year round Good Fiat,. :. JOSEPH II. DURKCn, Receiver.I .
OF TRADE. Brother of tb. Brrkthlr Rrd-HU K:< I I :
,trattjFLA. LANGUA1 In
( THE ?, Hunting and Yachting. Rates wcSi ) :
Do.D..erib.. f2.60 and upwards. .' '.Galstwl11th !.*.... Mart by the Rule of "Root,

sad phnww n..,1ha/Ar. ApplM To. Proprietress, MRS I. )t. OAHD I\: Ro*. or I>l."-llo Kllllnf Parties. I "..I'Tn I ThneTsblelnEffect: Apr, Li. 11.\.' :Iolltntt ,
.. fhlaa Curonado Mml. n I \o. '8.o.o', .r.w I i'
'?, cloth 1* that, Special I Features at :- There is a great difference In hog -. .. AaIpMIs.; f.". .'''('''!\O'\II'U'A'-r: ;M/am .Mipln ?. 1
heoaetomera placing erate rates, solid' comfort, no nntentv .... I I' '' I".Ul''t'n lone "I"lnll" ". sham" 4/11I1'111/ ......
' \be tailor to tlon, Joodlillhing. good cooking. Write The form, contour and face of the i 616a 'Mp telna.\ .. .. ''sla'ke . .. 6651.1 leap ,, leaps 45SYa
HOTEL
S of worsted diagonal side byttbst's *i CARLETON for tei HIM.HOTFOR. rounded, sleek lilted, short lopped ... : .. n N'p; : / i .. ::', '. .llnntt' ..n. .. : : :. : ao a trspm:: :,, h16pm7IMt5 ::
pieces .. ...
/ facia 11 eia ... 1'res'rntl'ItyJuwtlen SMpul\ 5apus
Berkshire and other bogs of high degreedo . .. Pasta U.'U/II.' : ', .. .. aaan. :lUIn.I"_ pin
\ the difference? asked the Jacksonville, Florida. i fllSCAYNElAYl 1 1TILE not much resemble the angular, rntor . ... alga 12Maa" 11111.1. .. ... ; .4 ... 2IMpus 11 Sits us
backed hog common throughout the ... In 41a Isla U III.' .. .... ... 14'.m IntaausIlnos
. ....
\\Sell ll" said the tailor "the other Ooposito south. The countenance of the well .:. .. I2.bstf I. I. .. .. .. Pertile..5: ::.: : 2apm 1lnpm: : : .
POp ioflico. .. .. .,. Isopntlpleao416a
GREAT OI1IECTIVE POINT well cared for Is chubby l40a Itll'I'.U
pert cotton. bred specie .. . .. .. IIA6ais.... ..
LI i mine' all wool?" asked the llomoseiker. When you get and contented looking, the ears small 4 NI a S51p i II? : ... ..: : :. .. :. :::: :.:: I n p ::1 IS M ss, :.::
there Stop at . . ... hlIartuuw' . ..1." ., .4ea a. .. .. ..
*k Under New --- inclined to turn rather III" i '
> Management. f* the snout up .. .. .. .. 'r. .' .. Punts IIn.I.. . .1." } :t,0111'1: .. .. ... .
rleU mostly wool replied the than down. Ills less fortunate cousin .. : a 11001'1'"." Tam ... . n' sLi ain .. ....
nak the customer with evtrorprise The Lemon Hotel has long narrow face, immense, flopping . .. 5nn a : 1 ", .. .. l 1'0.1 .. .. 1'1'1'I 'U 1 ;" 1 III .. ... ... .
; a ''
r, looking atth City 4"1' 'i'Ar' .. ., .. TI-! !lt.l.t: : .. .. .. 71naus .. ....
Innocence. Open all the Year. .... ears that bang disconsolately over M"", 511 Tura II::11I1' ." .. 'hTone A' t..". III 'ha. mm 'I"ft.' .
cant phrase "all wool and ai his eyes and an elongated, pointed TnwsndFri auinAr, . .. Kcp %ent. ..Lvlnapmlvrl.stN'ed. :
ue : : .. .. : .. .:: I.r U CI I: m 11 ed.: snd sat:
Lllbl wide, has come to mean half oot- Coolest and most pleasantly beaten At Lemon City the terminus of the snout that seems providentially formedto and Pat. 6Ii a m .1r Itsvsna

Dated l i and 27 Inches wide Some persons hotel for the summer months Thoroughly Hack Line, on lliscnyne Kiy Airy aid his earthy explorations. "Root, I 1Ii"la! I.vJa,; .kMnulle- ;; Ar ni'q. Is, I.r, scs"ns h. Ar a 1"J.iliiiii"i, :
sJ, /; refitted and furnished comfortable beds table 12MpArtntt'rprt.eI.: 916s :apis Palatka' Ar : ::11I1'1 I.\'
difference between elegantly: rooms, goixl in
din is saying
, 'fe that the hog or a common a A \ baleen Iv M 4t, 21p Ar Man Mseen: l.v IIII'I" s Ar tirang' t 1171.v! :tyt3nspAriatran '
'I
Elevator. All ::: : :
lock. modern terms reasonable. : :: : :
and fad Is to be attributed to Improvements. the country of which this hog is a native :: l.r: 11'4t III"IN4'1Ar: InnunuI In: 12Rp.trlek.. Iehmlr. +t
,8 woolens and but KATFS:-* ,
tariff on hough Special by the week and to Commercial t neighborhood. 51aatrlskumeheAnslstp' : I 'his: :\Trk.nIIeAr; seepsl6a1'rI I ,'ku'nik.trIlasopI. ;
all and always
discrepancies run situation. They have long legs I'elatka Ar IIR1dLv Panh.nl tr 5t124't.v
lrnl 4sup
''J Penfnl I ArIi Isis 'In v
FRlm of trade whether they are af- Men.Only hotel that the electric D. M fOXNOILY Pi'op. run with their unonts close to the :: : ytnnr ArIC/ s ii 1wa..tritawlhernely:: : ,:: Irsl.l.tr: I'anta i.v, Iella
,bee cars pwto 2AaqLlr Mt Inca I. 1\ .4154M'
I "
id by the tariff or not. Every real und from depot Lemon City Dade Co.. Fla. ground, convenient for unearthing anything tI';/ .Ar\' IIRl.h..1 Macon, .,111M'P** I\ 12'I'tllslurarillcl.v,4.1\/ Ar I5' ..1. I.\I, .' 1'\\ 1'1\1'1'\ Tenn'. 1.1311"
his come through modern Inge7 eatable which may oomoln their : I.\'I 1/IIIt"/ tr Ih..h"p; I.111M' 104.1',Ar Utl..I" Lv DataMM.Art.l'lcra'lugl.
: CRAPO I.\ 6M\
& LeVENE aatgi'ArIln.okvlalel.r.0Mk 11 1.'rhurg
__ .sq'1r
to have an admirable counterfeit way They diligently root up the prouiising .

'ring the real thing' name, and so Proprietors,, HOTEL x COQUINA *( morsel of food and gulp it down, .Ihttly. I Iially f irrt.t HnmlnyTralna .

lDiD less have names become In trade without stopping to enjo.lt. and run 21 mid ".o..rrr Ihronnh/: 1'Ilnsn' llnffpt SliHInfrnar. "* Iwtntun New York ami Tanipit. I
the retailer sells the counterfeit untie on apparently fiuttir than ever, grunting Trains 1,1 sod JS-1'hmiih|; Pullman Hum Him.|'In:: ..lInl..I".n I'Ini Innntl and Tamp .

[ name of the real with little or ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. ; as they (:0, in search of something W. 11 COrUN. U II. .IfhHll: .

'onicionsnessof untrnthfulness. Male 4 ORMOND.BY-THE.SEA { more-some favorite aoorn or juicy bit (ItMMTuI tllII"wn.I""t.| Ventral I..nllt" Agent; ;i','

'. tidh1 tomers usually fall to understand of grass or berry root, upon whoh they I i'I,

...f it and are outraged on discovering COLUMBIA HOTEL FLORIDA.SUMMER largely depend for subs istonos.

,t mtF6I,, I the thing does not correspond to its Naturally the vast amount of impor Jacksonville "

atM, iae; but women who are born shop Centrally Located on St. GeorgE< atlve exercise\ they take ranging through. ,

'ololt. long ago accepted the situation and HATES: $8.00, $0! .00 and the woods effootnallyprevents their taV 1
's Street.
roe, ,pted the false nomenclature. They 10.00 per week. ing on much superfluous flesh and the St. Augustine ;
resent as dishonest the conduct Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park hair on their narrow backs is a, rough
not that offers "fresh eggs" and a full view of the Ocean and SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are and coarse as that of the well bred hogIs

R IS jomnoh the grocer and "strictly fresh new laid rolling breakers from the piazzas. Specialties at Ormond. smooth and glossy The majority of 1( & Indian River }

white color,
of
dingy per.
3' it 1 SO per cent more. them are a
Every woman knows that the shope ty For Circulars, address haps spotted with black, and when a Railway.

IQ ,1 1 for silk material that has a cleverly W. M TEAHEN, Proprietor white coated one, scantily covered with f tri .fi
a
udewrfaoe of pure silken a back of SEISER & PINING Managers hair has pile eyes, bound around with Tin' ,. Tulip, In Effect: April! Mini, IHlil. '
ro not the pink, and very light eyelashes, protrudIng
ton. Women Judge by name Gas, Electric Bells and perfect systcn 1
I ittTthe price, the "feel" and other of Sanitary Sewerage ORMOND BY THE SE/\. beneath his drooping ears he is as All Rail Lino to Lake Worth, via St. Augustine, Ormond and 11

idications to which men are blind. It ugly a living object as can be I imagined. Rocklodge. .

______ __
4 discovered a few years ago that The little pigs are moderately pretty .

i's. $imported silks were made with O II VOSS. when young but not in the leant like South Bound_ North Bound

lyaamallperoentageof real silk along the plump, little, chubby faced baby XI ?n''' :" .1
I ;:
X"31 .
N..23. IXII.3I': TM.
have
2e
before
and they
long '
Berkshire, ii
[JjU th clay for weight and soap for luster I T=I.A T RIVER I OTEL arrived at the age when they are called i.r ..Iwk.nul'le.. Ito a T'LS I' ---:--.: : I.w W 1's.. Rear. ate' 1II ?. I. ...
bile American manufacturers were 101\: a 74i.1' .. . I.IIIWI.. '. .. . 111alii': ," ...
oat the real thing and finding "sbotes" they have become ungainlyand A''t.1."t.AlIlIn..U"A"II"IIII": ..lnil.: .. .. .. 1."W..I"IIt..r.. sna a Inl. ..... M
;minK The have :.. 10 M a I.11,1.... "' un.I. .. 6RI a ulI. ,. .. :.
looking.
common negroes I.lI..tlnl/: TI6a lid. .. .,. .. eArI'awtka.
despised. .
Palatka, II 12 a
the I.\ '::ant ..__.
to
of hog

t tatitntea There is in a regularly every department recognized of trade set of, W TITUSVILLE, great survive faith any in amount the ability of neglect and still Lv l'xltka.: : : : ...:; 1nNt II SSi s :.:: ,:. .. ::: !1.\.1: : ::::: :: :: AT HI:.:' : I:::::::

the druggists have substitutes s; Indian River. live to provide sausages and pork stew A' PNII \I..,,,,, . I : I I' . .. .. .ICsu/ 2 (101' ... .
i jt t as 6Mte .. ,1a\ :a.' .. .. ..
certain Matte
At 1.v Pan
seasons
AtII for the winter seasoa ...... .... :.. :
: ::: :
when > : - ..... ..
.at are made to serve some un.portan' Tla.O .. .. 1 .. .... ... I.1..11""lfn. .. n4aau.at6p
""E ingredient in a prescription when the "shotes" can do no damage ,0'11I"1.1.\'Onlltll..1 ....12asp.. .... I.\ Marl'0 .. III M. ", lVItI''.... .,.
to the maturing crops, it is noce*' l.v urnnet. Ju..o.. .. .. . .. ..... .. ... I.\ F.au: .11.111.. 111M a",, ay. ......
set at hand. The word porcelain has .. .. .. .. ..... 1.\'lh'le.lg. ... ..IIW. u, 14ei' .......
:tnallT lost its true significance, save II TOSS, sory to confine them until the fields are 1.\'I..yl..I Lvl'nrtl/range..sawp/: 41II' .. .. .. .. .. .I.vss.. ..... ..... ... ... 113'J.I" .IM'I' ,.., ..'

lel'\ claps in the fine arts, and cookingtensile MANAGER. bare once more and will admit of their I I.rlaki5111.:, New Pmvrue.. ::: 126 In.p I M 7Na N,. :.:: I.:: TI City:tu.rllls.i'nint.: : :::: ,: :. :. It lOerpus;ne a m 54'q M Isp:: : :::::: 5

ranging at will .. .. ......
are glibly sold as "porcelain t In the course of a walk once,, a small"negro I 1."Tltunlllll ... ... :lIII'" .10 11111I.M a .. Lv 1.\0..1111111.Nrw IImyn8. .....1249pusiil'4p.'I I6: I' III II M.. .... .,
a
)fit aed" that have merely an inner surM \ I.\' / Sty 1'.1" 11I1" .. . .. .....
;
Open All The fear and were found seated I.\ f.....,'" .. .. I lIT p III RI, a I." Ihrt orange. I 311 I' flu..
girl
of coarse glazed clay A Philadel- boy l.wltl'I.III a It 111M. I." Iaynms.' .. ., .. I" I" .. ... .
I' . .. ..
it'tn, on of the fence which surrounded a ... 14e6p "' 0.1. .. I61pm '
Ian invented a good man.yearl ago art top I.Fa1sISallle.: a4'lp. "'' .. .. ... .. ..
...... I. om".I.
flinging corn to two bogs within I.\ Psrnn 3 411 I 1212': p \.... ..I.I...e..
shades and pen .. I.0'.1 .Iuno.
of white glass for lamp : :; minutes'walk I.\ Mrn.onrne, S 11.1 12 ;It? I' .
LL few ..,.
usu' and s Only a the IncloHuro The rude feeding trough i.v Mt leu.le. . 65.1 4:11I": Ar goat; I'slaeka..I :26 p h, .
led it hot cast porcelain, now i "
any forms of white glass are sold as wn mer I w, + ? r and from Steamboat hallway land stations was as dry as if no liquid had ever in Inldnn Fnrt;::i I'Iree' . .. : : :1'1: .4..M. .,.p:. IManMarrn.Man Mlatw, :: : :: ::::I Tn fr.f.C::,:
hot
this summerafternoon. .
I it and on a

\ rI ircelain.use all the It world has ceased knows to that be the a lie term be- I. a m ttr{py .u, a a Ings.J On. the banks of the I dampened Inquiry as to when the pri. !:: \ ;, ::::: :: ::. HH :::: :: :: : 191ala.\ ,,::.',: :, _:::,:.), :i U 1.mI'I : :;; 1

; bad last had water given them .. .. :all ... 1Lv
oners .. .... p I I
.1 purely conventional. --' "Z far famed Indian KiverNTSXV elicited no response from the shy little I.e W.1I..1..1I""nol.Jupiter.,., 5251.IIMII' \. .... .. .. ArJsek.ouvtlle.l.. .. 4I6: p us........ .... '
....
I The phrase "antique oak" has grad. "sbote minders After some inquiry 1.11 ltlvirra. . .. 111111' . ( ) 4:11': p" ..,. ,...
D ally come to mean in the language of UNDER M .A.GEKENT. and explanation that the pigs would A' W I'alll1..11,11311., .. .. .. Ito 63111' III

the cheap furniture makers, stained ash _
--- consented to to Branch.
---- ----- n -- like water the boy go A. & W.
material and the im
i even poorer rug .
the house, some distance off, for a bucket
porters have contributed to trade the which the children "III'TU III/1N11.: \ Nonni iIH'NIs.\
after bringing
n verb "to antique", with its past participle went to the spring, in a little hollow in MTATIIIYM.- = No a INo.1; -No. No- STATIONS, :IS" 4 Nela ..
the form commonlyued. "
rartb m "antiqued, the woods. behind the pen, and procured New Mnyrns ''M'I" a 1IIa .. .. "0. City Jnne tr'I'! 6 :II", .
Mahogany" will soon mean in .. . I"o.'J. 4111Sp. .
It is 1I..lon 24'1: : '112>s Iirangr'Sty
for the thirsty creatnros. Lake .
thel language of the cheap furniture trade THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE water I.fI.(8 ('Ily s /w.1' I In II'I& .. ,..k. II@I.... I ;axe 31111P.". ..
UT Wood stained into distant imitation needless to say tbat they drank it with Ar I). ('11)' Ju"n. I"I'IiQua .. .... Ar NewMyrna' ?r 1NI1. .
avidity. This pen was in an opun field,
(hew mahogany Of course the latter Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada. with not a single bit of shade near. It Alltralna I ilall* IWtweenJ.ckaonvln.and; Ht Antr'i'llne: :: .
to turn is stained to imitate old mahogBT establishment Trains KMilh or Ht. Augiiiitin run dally I earept rlumUy

DrJt I and is sold as such. Celluloid has had belonged to an humble had Peaaengeraontrains. 23 and 71 h.\'. T.n Mlnutci fur lunch nt New "Kin' )run.Tl .
the Boat Builders in the United States. the house and barn of which
of Principal
become a counterfeit for almost any- in Use by some lm. III.tlmraal hlib train may I*ripmtixltnarrive I and I do' art from
of land, 11 Tliiie-Tal' > ::
t \ting and its protean devices are im- been moved to some other tract the set .r d atatlnni, but Olin arrival or il, -|:artnra at the 1 Ii,,,.. itatril: U not,5ranrce.f, .nir d"e.l
8t'I' and the owner of the hogs had utilizedthe the Co .uptnyiholil"' '' renponall! fur any May or any c<>it"r<|iirni'n arl.lulC IkrerlermJ '
measurable. It goes as often as not as FLORIDA just where it was, the distance. R. "IHOTT JO"'EI'IIIIU'IiAltI..UN.p. "' .
coq, and doubtless there are shopkeepn TITUSVILLE, from pen, his dwelling, which wa plentifully -w-l're.l ' that sell it such with of
as no sense supplied with well water rendering f
hand --
---- -
, f' it mont inconvenient to attend to -- -- -
The the hardware '
of
terminology of the animals.
the wants
fade Is in a chaotio state by reason of -- -- - --- -- -- The could easily have been moved, t {

\*. way in which counterfeits have obtained MlUlofwIiw. Eac'1. E .. pen It made of
" Skirt Dancing t Bom Tb / a* the fence around wa

..[ made of currency cheap iron. are"Bteel sold at hatchets 29 cents, It Is sheer nonsense to pretend that Another story illustrative oi>the daily movable rail placed zigzag be changed fashion from on Send the "Advocate" some of your Job .

wd the for steel the modern girl learns skirt dancing life of a Chicago millionaire may helpto purpose that it might
substitution of iron I
mug all The out of devotion to the art. All she explain why some people have more place to place, but evidently the comfort
the trade. merchant
l through is notoriety and to possess thai money than others. of the .hotea" wa not regarded a*
wants
be! gauges his customer and the offers attraction in the eyes of men which she This millionaire invited a visitor of much importance. Later a small, Printing orders and you will be satisfied.
counterfeit the real as case
or imagines the ballet girl possesses. In from another city to meet him at a certain slim figure, in a scant homespun dress, ,

eemi to demand, without any sense of almost every case she dances so badly. hour and accompany him to the faded and torn,, suddenly emerged from

r. bronze jtahonesty. Electro plated Iron goes for that there is no excuse: for her from the stockyards, where he has large interests. a narrow path which opened upon the

tan and cast iron goes for wrought. artistio point of view and if skirt dancing The millionaire rode up in a sidebar road, and a childish voice said timidly,

, The fraud is so transparent to anyone is not artistic it is vulgar or ridiculous buggy somewhat the worse for mod and "Do yon want some headache blossom,
buying with his eyey open that IIurcely & ,, fashion shaggy but active little black hand holdingout
tia or both. In either case it is a wear drawn by a ma amT a
, ; The seems worth quarreling about I which adds nothing to the dignity borsa lie explained that before startingfor a bunch of delicate pink flowers,

the merchant acknowledges the natureof and of a gentlewoman or to her charm and the yards he would have to go to one with perfume more powerful than sweet FLORIDA BOAT *! WORKS
counterfeit when
takea pressed is, as a rule, an exposure both of bad of the large banks down town a* be I The acceptance of this offering lOOmed
no shame In the acknowledgment
board which regulated loans, her reserve and the little
taste and a bad figure. Beautiful women was on the to thaw oat
Perhaps thing and some of them never sea the real do not need such expedients for attracting and bo bad to pass on an applicationfor girl volunteered the information that Melbourne, Indian River, Florida.
innocent of even construe- Yankee her brother "aimedto
UTe attention.-London Graphic. a loan of 1600,000.Tbe.topped ho and ,
fraud. in front of the bank, dan water to de bog ebery ebenln. .i # 7.

10 When it comes to leather goods, the "Curl What b CorT: and the rich man hurried in and remained In the day of the old regime the rd 'fiwb

I&a* "yitem of counterfeiting prevails. At a banquet last summer at Archangel several minute De came out crop were all fenced in, and the hogs, =

Tw may get what is technically called when the health of the emperor on a run, and they started rattledy bang and cattle. well, were allowed to roam xQ

'!. U alligator skin" traveling bag al was given we English rose, and, in accordance for the stockyards and Packlngtown. at will through the fastnee of the -
Illy price you wish to pay, but no man with our custom repeated the When they arrived and went entering swamp and timbered tract Often = t = I
'3 with
;, an eye in hit head Is ever deoeiTedb7 name, exclaiming: "The our I" :My' the packing house, they saw an old man time the animals were not seen for eefc wTJ > >

I> the transparent device, and the deal neighbor on my left, the commander of I sorting out into barrel a heap of bone month When the time drew near for

1, era deem it an innocent trick to pleas a Russian line of battle ship then in and fatty remnants. The bone were bog killing, parties were made up to =- rl rlz

bty.-New(fions in search of what they cannot the port turned to me and said in I trimmed and put into one barrel and "drivo" the swamp and capture the c 'd $:

York SanYfLoata.g.1.e..d. French: "The czar. What 1* that you the flesh and fat into another barreL half wild creature, a* It wa desired to CQ

fI mean by 'the ozarf It seemed to me The millionaire owner of the place fatten them in pens before killing. It >> > z: ::

I Ph..........p... that he had never beard the title applied I walked over to the workman and began wa DOt infrequently the can that the :: b
"
Professor to hi* emperor.-Kote* and asking question Then he drew off hi swine became quite ferocious, having .-. c, C"ad
t,. a. v. Boys say. that to take coat rolled back hi shirt sleeve to the boon left so long at large, and the hunter 1.4 ==
hotogr.phs of a bullet. 1& Is being Queries W ... Gb
_
in the midst of a
Projected boulder and began rummaging among found themselves tzjc :::
Weed. =
*<*ibl. through the air at maximum 'Hard decision the bone n*found several which had "wild boar" bunt in earnest, which :.:> tr CI:2
speed it 1s necessary to have re- According to a recent legal not been properly stripped and the they hugely enjoyed. Most of the farmer ; 0 e.;
horse to hard wood
in"Wy
1I a method of illumination The Tlmbennan
I reported in workman received a scolding which b* *of the southern state now leave their ccr:
dltlnguisbed -
.1 mor rapid than given by an .is "any tree that bus"leaf a* will remember all his life. crop unfenced, and the stock ba to be a .
#
Tnosp t For this a steel needle. A man contracted
off purpose from a wood The stripping of those bone wa just pastured or looked after which practice

"""nous, so mounted as to revolve at the to deli ver to delivered a railroad a bard poplar in a* important as the loaning $500,000.> ha put an end to such pursuit*.-New floats hauled out anti Repaired at tho lowontH I
time -
speed of 1,000 per aeois and he .
eordwood
Record.It York Tribnn order .
Chicago
ad> Tb attention given to
used This mirror U not larger fulfillment of m-oH. Prompt

ham a silver S3 cent piece, and the part railroad rejected thl Mot lid wood ha been computed that the deans In the Melbourne stake* Knenalf. 6, KHtimatoH given on all kinds of boat..

armi of light given off from it pass and sued, but the contractor won the rate of the glob U 08 per minute, 97,. by Grand Flaneur dam Olga, won with Agents for the Celebrated

IcnIIa the screen at inch an unthinkableaG casa on the decision of the court,, a* reported 190 per day or 85,717,790 payee,. his foil brother. Patron 4, second Boe- Florida.

of speed that It enable the photog above. Women will now have a The birth rate 1* TO per minute, loo,Bog toll wa then made favorite for the WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of ,

sphere to take picture el the bullet distinct and lawful standard to gang per day, or $6.817,300 per year, reckon Melbourne cup, which was, however I
011
CXa cures of only one-ttillionth of a their bard wood furniture descriptions. lag the year to be 100H day in length. I won by Patron.Horseman. A.. T. HOSE.T .


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8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 14, 1895. .- .- ,.._---



DOINGS OP TIIK LnOISLA- the Insolvent road the bidding should be highest of ill b Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gor't ReportBaking THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM

TUIU;. ol'cn0 all buyers, and the best price t

possible should be realized no matter

The I'n'. teuton of the LrgiiilnturcU whether the property goes to the owner
Capital 25000.00
Paid Up
rapidly thawing to close; only a few of other railroad property or not. This

lays remain before the nctmlon of 181)5): last section of the law Is probably un- LOANS REAL

will be a thing of the pant. We may expect constitutional. We do not believe any LAW, ESTATE.
U PowderABSOLUTELY
to we more Important biiMnen legislature can prevent any man from I

tranftActed during the l lAd week of the buying a railroad or any other property, 3 We have for sale a large list of caret

session, than during all those which have If he I Is willing to pay the price asked at PURE selected Indian River Properties

already expired. private' sale or make the highest bid at a ,

The quefttlun of creating a railroad public sale -------- -- --- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida C'oast 1

commission U ntlll unsettled. It teem The Western Union Telegraph company CHANGES IN KAILKOADCIItCLKS. A good agency for a keeping the air of Canal and Transportation Co.

very likely that a bill of Dome kind will was very much stirred up during the cellar sweet and wholesome I I. whitewash CANAL LA1VDS_

be pMied but even that much I II not the past week at the prospect of the made of good white time and water Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa: Key Went Railwa> r.J

certain. One thing, however, may be Legislature passing A bill reducing their Captain W. M. Davidson has resigned only. Lime In whitewash greatly promotes Land Disiton Company' Indian River Loan and Investment Co. I

relied upon, If a bill creating a railroad charges throughout the. state, and wired his position as general passenger agent I the complete oxidation of effluvi and other Low Priced Land. '

com ml union In enacted and becomes a Its operators In many of the towns to of the Plant System, and has been appointed in the cellar air.Genuine Money to Loan V.1w zvys on nnn

law it will be a very conservative measure call upon the most prominent businessmen superintendent of the Terminal A' Ten per cent, in suns to tutt.

and one which will be Jut to the and have them wire their senators company In this city. It Is expected that Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Prcvntin.Titusvllle. ,
railroads well the and to kill the bill alleging llargalna in Heal
as as people. The representative Captain Davidson will enter upon the Florida.
Senate by its action of the past week In that Its passage would make It discharge of his duties June 1. ] lItate.Xo. .

refusing to even consider the house bill Impossible for the company maintain'Itl Another change in railroad circles that 1. Twelve acre of hammock .

creating a railroad commission, known office at point where the revenue Issmall. I II rumored I II that James Menzles, gen- land at Sharpes postofflce aboolSOO feet

at Major Healey' bill, Is sufficient evidence The operator at Titusville received eral freight agent of the J., T. A K. W. front on Indian River, and run back to Fred S. Chaffee & Co. *

to show that the upper house will his orders to see our prominent R'y, will resign that office to accept the county road; ha upon It a house of six ,

be conservative In Its treatment of the business men and get them to wire our position of general freight agent of the rooms, almost new; cost of house$1,000;
barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a
railroads. It is rather rare for an upper senator and representative kill the Plant System for Florida. trees fa fine
: grove of 600 large bearing ,
house to refuse to consider an Important bill -and he did hustle around town, I condition before the freeze, and will\ loon -fr TIlE CORNER DRUG STOP

measure which has already passed the but we f.o! not know with what success. SAVANNAH, Qa., May 10.-On or about recover and bear good; crop. Remainder

lower one by a large majority and yet He certainly got no encouragement from June 1, there will probably be a thorough of land cleared farm., and This Is of best quality was held fovegetable
property
such was the actual fate of the railroad the ADVOCATE. We told him plainly overhauling of the freight department of firm at $0,000 one year ; will sell today TITUSVILLE, FLORIDWe

commission bill prepared and Introduced telegraph rates were too high In Florida, the Plant System. Traffic Manager for $3,800; $1,000 cash and $2,20may <

by Major Healey, of Volusla, and carried and we thought the measure pending In Owens Is then expected to retire and a remain on mortgage.; This Is a
for home good try to keep full stock of
desirable a ,
most place
through the house by a large majority.The the Legislature a good one. We say number of other changes of subordinate school
location, close to postoffics, Pure Fresh Drugs of Best Qua
Senate committee recommendedthat further, that while our law makers are officers is looked for. VicePresidentUalnell
and In nice neighborhood.
church etc. a
,
Purity, Freshness arxl Quality in Drugs Is a very important matter
the Sedate Ignore; the house bill, at work on the subject they should provide located In New York, will also The bare land alone Is almost worth the

and reported a substitute which Is much penalties for neglect to deliver I leave the Plant System's service at that price asked. Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper Etc.E

more moderate In Its terms and In unmistakable messages promptly. Anybody who does time, It Is said, and rumor has It that No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house ,

language; disclaims any Intention much business over the wires In Florida there will be a change in the legal of eight; rooms, artesian well, large We run our Easiness In "Up-to-Date" Methods.

of injuring the railroad corpora- must have experienced Intense annoyance officers. I at lion Sarno cleared, near, etc.;Ean adjoins Gallic.hotel The' 'IlOr-1 1r Special attention- mall order We will try and fill your want bj

tions or confiscating their property. at the failure to receive a telegram The story U that the revolution In the alone Is worth more than price we just as well as if you called in person. All orders for goods IB stock ahippa

ectlon 0 of the Senate bill Is certainly until. In some cases, fully twenty-four management was determined on by 4U.2.V; The owner refused $;,000 a day they are received. We'want your trade.Read' .

Intended for the protection of the railroad hours after Its receipt. Everybody who President Plant two years ago, and his I ago. He must sell without delay, and
ball authorized to take $2,250! $1,2.!>0
companies. The closing paragraph travels about the state, and sends a plans have since been gradually workedup I us ; '
cash, balance may remain on mortgage. Read! Read !
being as follows : telegram a distant point announcing to a point where numerous changes

"That no rate of freight; or passenger; his coming, must know the chances are could be made within a short time. No. 3. Two hundred and has eighteen
acres of land at New River; a quarterof -
tariff fixed: by the commissioners as applying ( about even that he will arrive ahead of II IIGroeerlM. I ; a mile front on New River Sound WRITE TO THE
to any railroad in this state shall his telegram. The fact Is, there are few and half mile front on the canal. Des-
be deemed or held to be a reasonable who will have sympathy for cription af follows : Lots: 4 and 8 of
and just rate under the provUlons of people any For the next ten section 13, and lot 3 and northeast -
days quarter
we quote :
you L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER
this\ act, which, taken In connection with the Western Union, no matter what kind California Lemon Cling peaches, 25cts of northwest quarter of section 25! C
the whole schedule of tariff created by of shaking It get at the handsof I
a up may ; per can, or $2.23 per dozen; California in township 50, south range 42 east
the commissioners to be applied to such the legislature. The charges for telegrams Yellow peaches, 2"!>cts per can, or $2.25 Price $15 per acre. We believe a purchaser
l'o\11; not sufficient to pay the operating this land at $30 Jnokson l1o Florida
could sell
are exorbitant and the service per dozen. Large size cans. per ,
. ;
: expenses, Including/ maintenance of An extra fine mixed tea for 35ct I acre and double his money as soon ai
The whole business per If are in need of Fertilizers Fertilizer Material and obtain
all the property and terminal facilities extremely Inferior. you any or i
the canal
pound; :3 pounds for $1.00. steamers begin to run through
of such road, and also, and In addition far In South I Special Low Prices for cash with order.
as as experience: goes Fancy mixed, Gherkins, or Chow-Chow next December. W* own this land our
thereto, a reasonable remuneration of Florida, la a burlesque, and conductedIn pickles, English style, at lOcta per bottle selves, but need money to develop other Don't Miss -
not less than four per cent upon all the a way that would not be tolerated by for pints. enterprises hence offer it at a price This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to
capital Invested In the same; that Is to Fancy hand-picked Virginia peanuts which will\ insure early sale, $15 per Manufacturer.
by and reasonable but a long-suffering and patient
nay a just rate It Is any Sets par quart. acre.
meant, designed! and Intended that the public, many of whom have never known Best rolled and steamed oat flakes, No. 4. The north three-fourths of Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.
whole schedule of rites, freight and passenger anything better. Then think of bow tots per pound.We southeast quarter of section 7, and of Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Mitt
as applied, to the whole business road! long Tltusville suffered before it got an handle only fltIIt- lallll goods. lot 4 of section 8, In township .38, south Laura Streets.:! Jjr Send for Pocket Memoranda Book
and of given 1
,
file l passenger: : e any said I road to office separate from the railroad depot' Everything above sold proportionately as cheap of range 41 east, containing 150! acres.
as quotations. Tills! tract has a large frontage on the
cam its operating expenses, Including Who wants to transact private business Remember, we give silverware premiums St. Luclo River, two miles from the railroad -
maintenance of its property aforesaid, In a railroad office It leaks too badly. to our cash customers. For particulars crossing Price $15 per acre. E.Groceries L. :se.A.D:
find In addition '
thereto
a reasonable Interest
Palm Beach the call on or write us. If you care
the office at West
of not less than four per cent. Take to receive cash monthly list No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township
our price ,
upon all the calltallovellted In said rail receipts of which are much heavier at let us hear from you. I 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize
road and Its terminal facilities." present than those of Titusvllle, and yet TilE ATF.KA GHOCEKT Co., acres. This tract has a quarter of a ,

This I I" not confiscation of property. any of the people of that town who Leading Grocers.Do I mile front on the St. Lucie River at I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Stuart Station. Price f3;; acre.
K the rates prescribed by the commlHioners *- I I want tq send a message must wait till per Staple Sc I iiney Gri ocoiiow, 1"1'11

are not to be considered just and the railroad operator got ready to give You Need n Cigar Factoryon No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, And
fronting; on Biscayne Bay at Ewanton Food ProductsOf
reasonable, unless they are sufficient him attention and, there Is no privacy Indian Itlter Heights, one mllo south of Cocoanut All Kinds. Also My Stock of
enable the roads to earn operating expenses whatever. No-Legislature may jump Grove. Price $" ,000. This price may
and provide for maintenance, and on the Western Union with both feet if I have at my disposal $150,000 from seem high, but if you will try to buy any Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed :Mca

pay not less than four per cent per an- It feel so Inclined, and the ADVOCATE prominent Philadelphian, who wishes to land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good Ground Food and Wheat

num Interest or piollt on all capital Invented. will feel prompted to say "Well done!" establish a cigar factory somewhere in location you will get your eyes opened I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: in the above Un
Florida, provided he can get up a rorpor- as to prices Asked In that section. This
How many roads In the state, The House bill, allowing the state wit- ated company who will furnish $150,000. tract is the only desirable parcel we Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and It

under existing rates, with no railroad nesses mileage In the case of the State There are to be COO machines for the have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. your patronage. Very truly

commission to limit their charges, are of Florida vs. M. C. Hardoe, has passed. manufacture of cigars. The price asked, $!iOOO, will yield us a :33. L. BRAD
There Is ten dollars saved on each fair' profit, and we are satisfied that
all and not less than Sanders introduced bill to be
paying expenses Mr. a machine from hand labor, which will be nothing similar can be bad at a much
four per cent interest on all capital In- entitled "an act requiring all companiesand ,OOO per day extra from the regular higher price. This tract will no doubtbe &
vexted The railroad commission bill persons making abstracts of title to profits made from cigar by hand labor. sold within a few weeks. FEASTER IpITWISCH, '(S\

reported by the Senate, which has been give bonds to protect their customers" This manufacture will employ, about 700 No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres
hands What Tltusville do for
pointed! and of which we have been We presume this Is Intended to protect this f can close to the depot and post office at Mal- Successors to L A. Coleman,

furnished a copy by Senator Morrow, Is, the public against certain Irresponsible \WILII R. YoU (), abar.veranda Large house with upper and lower Wholesale u1 1 all
costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms In
on the vihole, very fair' and! just In its and Incompetent firms In Jacksonville 432 West Beaver St., fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn; and Retail FLORIDA MEATS kind.
piovUIons. It grants full power to pre and elsewhere In the state from furnish \6'i Jacksonville, Fla. etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 Dealers toII

vent discriminations and yet It does not ing worthless or Incorrect abstracts of large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples. ,
give power to destroy or confiscate rail- title. It will not be difficult for responsible -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, This will make a nice home for anybody. Orange and Vegetable GrowersLa
Good Price :
neighborhood only $1250.00.
road properties* throughout! state, firms engaged In this business to No. one, $3; No. two, $10; No. three, $19 -- Grange, Fi

and we believe! If meted It will be far give a bond, providing the amount of Titusville, Fla. NOTE-The above descriptions will
enabl< customers to locate the several
more effective In preventing discilmlua- the bond 1 is not too large, or Its provisions properties very closely by examiningone

Lion than a more drastic, unreasonable, unreasonable; but wo understand! of the J., St. A. & I. R. ICy com-
or unconstitutional law, which would this .bill has been unfavorably l reportedby RREENLEAFJsCROSBY pany' railroad maps, but we will be DUREN & FEASTE:
pleased to send special
on
a large
Dot stand the fire of the courts. The the committee to which it was re- map
scale, on application, to parties who
closing section of the act Is, we fear, feired. JEWELERS mean business and intend to buy, if they

unconstitutional. provisions are as Mr. bewail's bill for organizing a can find such a bargain a* they want.
follow : county court In Dude county, has passed JACKSONVILLE"TAiUHEO FLA.V ROD BINS A GRAHAM Co., GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS >*k Francis H Leggett & C

"That hereafter It shall be unlawfulfor the house It I la reported that under Tltusville\ Fla.L .

parallel or competing lines of railroad the protlsious of the bill James T, --------- Fine
or any other lines .'f railroads Groceries.,
ivhollv or within this state, to Sanders, Esq., of West Palm Beach, will t:. Ml'NN ........ 8. O. VANLAMHNGHAM, Bee Treaa.
consolidate nt heir franchises, lines be prosecuting attorney of the new
of road, or management thereof within court until the next general election. It PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO., Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats ol all kin

this state without flint obtaining the will be remembered that Mr. Sanderswas
permission for such consolidation from TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
of the CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE.Sy .
: the first prosecuting attorney -
the railroad commissioners hereby cre larorporated Ootabr 189t-8un to R. Baa.... A Co.
ated and such shall not be county court of Brevard county Judge : Agent for William
permission I A Clark Fertilizer Co. Your order olkited
all
Lath Shingles and Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
granted except by and upon the unanimous Allen E. Ileyser will be the judge of the
consent of said railroad commissioners new county court, by virtue of his present Kept constantly on hand. Also special! bill of Ceiling Flooring and unmatched Very Truly, ZDvUTOXl. <;43 Feastor
and all other consolidations or lumber dressed to order. Barrel head and cover and cypress tank of all sizes
attempted consolidations without such office as County Judge of Dade.A made a* called for. All Kinds Of MOQldlOgS, Turned and ScroD Work a
and
bill tax collector
permission obtained as aforesaid by the prohibiting
unanimous consent of such commissioners other municipal officer from refusing to Specialty. One of our firm I I. a contractor and builder of many year' experience, RICHARD. GOON: JAMES T. HOGG.

shall be ultra aims, and It shall be receive town warrants In payment of ,,110 that we are prepared to make estimate and take contract for the construction Notary Fubft A (mura""
unlawful for any person or persons own- I and building of.li kind of private and public edifice on reasonable term and In
. Ing or controlling or operating any line taxes and other debt w** also passed. the mot satisfactory manner. Call and see u* before purchasing elsewhere Florida
of railroad In this state to purchase or This Is a good provision but It should Real Estate Exchanfry
,
Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.
secure a controlling Interest In any other not have been necessary. Why should
railroad In this ---- --- ----
of state
line
refuse to its
town
any accept own warrant -
If a railroad Is sold under a decree of In payment of taxes or other debts : Write us. 14 descriptive price list

foreclosure of mortgage should go to due the town And yet we believe POSTOFFICE
BOX tOO. -
the highest bidder, and In order to get some town and cities have refused to do Indian River
the best bid possible the state should so. We think Titusvllle took that posi ( MELBOURNE. Brevard Co.. FLA.

not attempt to step In between the prospective tion. ;-:-

bidders, and be guilty of discrimination. Senate bill No 256 authorizing the

It would not be right to county of Monroe to bond itself In the #1 Souvenir Spoons

prevent Messrs. Flagler, Plant or Duval sum of $ tlOooo, for the purpose of constructing Lumber and ..
House
from buying a small road which they public highways, trestlelng Building Materials *

might be able to use as a feeder, and op- etc., between Key West and Key Largo, r& 75c $$1 t $$1.50 $$1.75. eAXTHOXY ,
erate with satisfaction to Its patron ha passed. ** Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Nails a I IBuilders'
Take the case of the J., T. 4 K. W. R', ; ,
BROS.
If that road should be sold ,
company,
McElree'e Wine of Carduland Hardware
under a foreclosure of laortgage, and THE JEWELERS TITUSVILLE FLA.
Mr. Plant stood ready to THEOFORO'S BLACK-DRAUGHT art
Mr. Flagler or Sized
bid for the property, there should be no for sale! by the following merchant UTltutvllle Witch, Clock ud Jewelry Repairing. 0 Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Special

law preventing them from doing so. In : Fred S. Chaffee A: Co. C. F. PADDISON, -

the Interests of the various creditor of J. It. Screven. r
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