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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: June 7, 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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ol. 10. No. 18. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., :FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1895. Price, 5c.




LOCAL NEWS, Head This Column Carefully. -Read the article upon "Ramie Cnltl- The 1.If..Sa\'lnJr Crew. A LITTTKU FROM: J. It. rAn- SAM OP Tl i l.t., T. *. K. w.UAIIAVAY. .

ration," In this Issue. HOTT, : .
It I Topic of General Interest. (CF: Advertisements on this (first)
The Jupiter Life-Saving Crew kas dls-
page are ten cents per line per week, and -Did you hear anything about that Vice-president of the J. St. A. Jk I.

are continued from week to week unless' wedding-to-be at Cocoa banded for about two months, and all It. R'y company, will be found on our It* lurrha try use C'l: > el*,".

tend Omeral Gossip In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices have to their respective homes until this will "
on Issue which
gone 4th of no
page ,
hn rumored the
Lake Worth -Mr. and Mrs. Jas. P. Vinlng, of Or- It been on streets
L ih, Indian River and see- any page but the first, are five cents per again called upon for duty by Uncle doubt prove of Interest to many of our during the past few day that Wni. I' t tl'lyde
during put week. Brief mention ofIf"tlne line each Insertion. mond have been on a trip to Ocala and Sam. readers It Is very seldom Me.: Pnrrott and I Sons, ownew el tho Clyde

Events from Various part other places this week. win be Induced to express: hU views In have purchased
]the World| About People Yon Know THE EACH: CIOTIIIXG STORE, In the the[ columns of a and the Steamship (coipnny or
-Mr. Blake Walker, of Jacksonville, nowepapee are about to purchase the J., T. k; K. W.
PickedTbjOur right Hundred( and Thirteen.The .
Uon't Know ADVOCATE block
\\t Yon Titusville the
Popl are fact that he has done so In the prellt'ntInstan.'e
Ity. Co. mainline and the Indian Liver {
Editor. leading clothiers the East has been spending a few days In town
society on Coast of Is stiong evidence t>( his dosiio I Ito biaiich. Whllther 14 not there I Is. any

Florida. Give them a trial. this week. above represents the number of retain the good will of our people In I truth In the report/ we are at a lugs to>

-Mr. J. E. Ingraham, of the Flagler Inhabitants within the corporate limitsof behalf of his company.Our say. One thing is certain, however. U
WIIFHF. to stop Stfe list of hotels on remarks on the siiHpt'iiolon (If the the rumor 1'OvelX..rt.l.t.. I It will bo ait
Hallway: passed through here yesterday West Palm Beach; as per the census Indian River Steamboat have
our 7th company excellent thing fir Titusville, for 1\ wilt j
page. afternoon, on his way to Biscayne Bay. taken; by Marshal Tothert last week A evidently given him much concern 11'emarks I never y lay anyone to operate thu Indian

BATHING Suits at Kline's Titusville. -The ADVOCATE acknowledges, with house to house canvas was made, and all have no apology/' / to make for tho re Klvct branch of the J., T. K. W. Ky.L'O. .
,
which called foith his letter, except to
0 : taken the tuTltusvlllo without also running a
thanks of fine bouquets possible pains : to get at exact
receipt some very say that we have no good reason to believe
ine of steamers on Indian Ulvor to. pick
its Axv Colon of stamping powder desiredat of flowers from ladies In town this week.Mr. figures.-West Palm Beach Gazetteer. our people will Dot got fair and literal up. freight and connect at TltusvlU

CHAFFLE & Co., Druggists, treatment at the hand of his com knows time of
Geo. W. Morton, of Canaveral, Everybody suspension
Titusville, Fla. A lUg Excursion: pany. This much we frankly admit, and) the Indian River Steamboat company ,
was In town Monday and Tuesday attending -
S e did not make any positive prediction has been a loss to TitiisvlIU'\ and every
to business matters. that Its policy wivuld bo ot1\1'rwllle.
DEED blanks lOc. each; $1.00 per 100, at The biggtxt excursion train that has did well wisher of the place tauat sincerely
We were moved to write, 11I1' ,
the ADVOCATE office. Bishop Gray will preach at St.Oabl'lel'lI hope that somclioily will tako hold of
ever panned through Titusville was that general principles' from a sense of the Ionia and operate' them again. It
Episcopal church, Titusville, uneasiness In our lx>nes, at the realization
of Wednesday from Jacksonville St.
tit
PI\E.VPPLE CRATER now In stock. ,,11be\ a difficult tatik for anybody
eVUL 182 O. F. PADDIWX, Eau Gallic. on Sunday next-morning and evening. Augustine and Palatka to West Palm of the fact that Indian Hlvt'f11\ make a line of stenmeu pay; but If anyIxidy .
In the hands of
"Mrs. W. It!. Teahen, of St. August. Beach There were seventeen passengercars once more practically can do so It U the Clyde company,
and all were fairly well parked: and at tho mercy of, one transportation providing they acquire the J., T. K,
} ine, has J been spending a couple of daysat
FOR first class and
a shoemaking repairing with excursionists. Titusville added 85 company. iV. Ry. Co. the Clyde's: are the only
call on J. A. Daughtrv/ at Ml. :Nolie'sold Cocoa this week,visiting her daughter. to the number on the train. Such Is not a desirable situation. It people who can make ItC'amh"ntlllay on

stand, Tltus\llle, Fla. Judge M. S. Jones was down at Sar- matters not how generously Inclined the the St. Johns river Their object, of
and officials of the East
present owners
line lu r'loildi
I course, In aCIlllrlnany\
no the end of last week, attending to
Excursion Matta Coast line may bo In dealing with our
I I III to use It an a feeder to their steamship
WE now have to loan In sums to
money some law business for Mr. Chas T. Ver people) officials, owners and policies line between Jacksonville and New Not k.
suit an approved real estate security.
sometimes change, an.11l l other I'harohs
Send In your applications. Robbins & beke. One day excursion. rates are now !is., reign, who knows what severities may IN We call readily nee how the Clyde'loss can

Graham Co. -Mr. B. B. Pope, one of Jackson sued, on the Klagler Railway, to Titus Imposed upon JoH<'j>U and his brethren t afford to run and stcambonU harp at height a on
Indian River to very
wholesale merchants ville, Cocoa, Eau Gallie and Mrlliourne, would breathe
ville's prominent Certainly our people Indian (liver but by-
low not only on ,
Shots at Kline's. Inspect them. from points south of Titusville. The easier awl) foul more confidence In tho ,
was In town on Wednesday and Thurs- rail from here tu Jacksonville, If theycan
rates are made on a basis of 2} cents
day per future Vf we had competition In the idiatio divert It tu their ship at Jackson

NAPIITIIA LAVNCHFS. A. T. Rose, Mel- mile. of tra outlet at Canaveral, or a line of villa and get the long 'haul from thenco

bourne, Indian River, will build any -Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White and niece, sivamers running In connection! with the to New 1.oik. \\liat If they lose live

The man who It never coveted behindIn kind of steam or naphtha launch, sail of Rockledge, left, Tuesday morning, Freemasonry!' at New Snijrna. J., T. A: K. W System. unit a box In hauling oiangvs, pins.apples .
the for the prizes
b he of the race wide-awake clad.P or row boat to order. Wilts him for for Frankfort, Michigan, where they will Since writing the above we have heard or vegetables/ from Indian River
bo steadily advertises. estimates. a rumor that the Clyde have purchased, from Sanford Del.aml or l'al
until Oct.. 1st.Mrs. On Monday night, the lied Inst, there points or ,
stay or are about purchase, the J., T..It
Jacksonville If they even lose
was quite a Masonic gathering at New alka to or
Geo. F. after K. W. System and the boats of the In. In It to Jacksonville
a pleas box
Ensey
MONEY. We want to loan on first Smyrna, when four candidates were ten cent a gelling
|:y JOB PRINTING at this office. real estate mortgages.money Ten percent t; ant visit of a week or so with her mother, given the third degree In New Smyrna dian River that Steamboat In company.another col Naiticloun .0 If It goes over their steamers tu

:T The ADVOCATE be had atrlCreven's free of all expenses to lender.\ Molder I Mrs M. E. Titus, returned home toTropic Lodge U I). Indian River Lodge No.IX own Our people subject have certainly reotlvexl New York ? At present rates, they can
may ) was represented by 8. II. Ray W. M. lose live or ten cent a box In bringing
drug store and Mrs. Emma & Sanders, Titus\illo and West Palm I afternoon last. ; than fair and liberal treatment
on Friday B. R. Wilson, S. W. F. A. Losley J. p. more stuff to their ships which they otherwlso
.It too o news stand, 5c. per copy. Beach, Florida. } ; at the hands of the J., St A. & I. the haul from Jack'
for
-A circular to the ADVOCATE says C. T. McCarty and R. Freeman Hall, would nut get,
-The ADVOCATE don't cost three has been who report an exceedingly pleasant time It. ICy company and we have no reason sonville\ to New York means forty cent
you Mr. J. D. Rahner appointed
to believe will fall to got similar
WUE\ you visit Jacksonville, stop al t they ever box and the transportation cost l
included when and cannot speak too highly of the kindness per
Un all per by the week, postage e the Carleton hotel, Bay street. The; assistant to Gen'l. Pass. Agent Richardson and hospitality of the New Smyrna- service, but as Shakespeare said : 'inuctlcally nothing outside of the handling

year. electric car from the railway statior I with offices at !St. Augustine brethren. "You all know security In mortals for the ship* have to run anyway ;
will land at the Carleton door i IE I chlefest enemy." An outlet at Canaveral : and meichandls '
has you to
-Mr G S. Hardee of Rockledge carry 1."lIlIelllolrll:
.
-F. W. Craven dentist of Sanford
business
about six minutes.Td would not Injure the Flagler
hether Vl'1t.'tahll'aancl
w they get any oranges
cu In town a day or so this week has opened a dental pallor at the residence A JilcjclNt Injured. and It would certainly give this pineapple or not 'Inking/ thl*

Sheriff J. E. Bowman has been LET fine brick store in the ADVOCATE of Mrs. Decker, :North Titusville. section of the East Coast a big boom of view, there may bo something\ the
a
,
;coding a day or two In Jacksonville block, Titusville. Excellent location See his card on first page of this Issue. Mr. A. S. Thompson, who was takinga a permanent character. rumor Iffencd' to. Then nguln, them
rapid spin on his new bicycle Monday not be. The Clyde' mtalply need
I a week Possession be had al t may
to Robbins may & Grahanor : -The bathing season Is now full on, afternoon at ftttO: along Washington Electric Lights for tho Royal A feeder to l'I'ln1't'lJCht\ to their ducks

-Mr John A. McDonald of Jackson- once. Apply avenue, fell off when about J '{'. K. W,
C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office,, and many are enjoying a delightful dip opposite I'olnclana. at Jac'ksonvlllo! and the ,
lie passed through here Saturday last, Titusville. from the private bath-bonse In front of Capt. Fischer's bakery stunning himself Iy"tt'lIwouM be a good oue. A* Uwrailroad
and cutting several gashes in his face of Floild.t; stand) at
a hu way to West Palm Beach. the Indian River hotel. The ladies haven which bled profusely lie was carriedto Electrician A. T. Best, head electrical i the system protle.ltyOUT .
Clyde's are
tingle year of judicious advertisingoften LOOK out for Illppard's bread been In the majority this week. the rear of Duren & Feaster's store, engineer at the Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine / present, IN TIU ('t'\lLI
door week with accompanied by Mr. I). Endow: ,
at your next you r while medical aid arrived. Drs. James
equal to lifetime of hard work Mr. Plant, of course sends everything
a Mr. Wm. of tho Dolgevllle ,
fresh bread, rollx, buns, coffee, cake Dolge, and Wills attended to the sufferer, who panned through Tltuavlllo the first of the
he to Savannah. The F. C. .& 1*
the building of a business. doughnuts, etc.Georgiiuut. Herald, N. Y., who is on a trip throughthe Is now getting along as well as can be week, en route to Palm Doa'h, for the. send can all It can via the Southern Railway .,

-Capt John Carey, of Eau Gallie, state on his bicycle, gave us a pleas e1lpectel1 after so severe and sudden a purpose the of placing I'olnclana electric hotel.Sir. wires. throughout system or via Mallory line from

cot Tuesday in town. He expects to to Oceanus ant call yesterday. He Is writing up fall, which Is said to have been caused Royal Fenundlna, while the J., .St. A. Jk 1. R.
by the handle bars of the wheel not
turn to Rochester N. Y., shortly. various places throughout the state. Co. probably favor its rail connection ;,
,
In a comfortable, large sloop. Fiftj being sufficiently tightened on the steer I.. 1*. lily I Killed at Cocoa In prefereme to the Clydu'i. For thvsurcacon

-Mr Eugene Rumph left here Monij cents the round trip. Will go any da y -Mr. Benj. Hogg, of Waveland, was Ing rod. The result was that the rider we say there may Iw some truthIn

(for West Palm Beach, to take charge with two or more passengers.A. In town Wednesday. He came up for could not keep control of the machine Mr. K I' Ely, of Mrlbouine, who left the rumors referred to. Then again,

'the itore his father has opened at that B. CARTER, Georgiana, Fla. the purpose of selling his naphtha launch and was thrown oil that place on the accommodation train at thin time the J., T. A K. W. can; no

for Cocoa, Tuesday evening, In attempting doubt, be bought very cheap, and the
ce.Mr p W. CRAVEN: Blue Wing, to Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, of The Shell ICond l>Ucu<* Ioii. to step from the coach to the ralxxmoml Indian River Staitiiibimt company'

H. A. Hodges, of the Satsuma this place. used his step and fell beneath the cars, steamers can IK had for a song. 1'ioln

,!nber, mills, has been In town a day or DENTIST -Miss Ethel Rumph, who has beenattending An article by T. V. Moore, of Jensen, which 11I'lIl1l.'d over his light leg and left ably the Clyde's can get the whole outfit
arm. quickly picked plaeixlon lot at cent the dollar
up job fifty on
a* a
fin seek his West Palm school at the Southwest Vir published In the Citizen Is In hen,
on way to TrrcsviLLE, FLOBIDA. error a special car and taken to tho hospital on cost price-probably less, and Wm.P. .
\ ginia Institute, Bristol, Va., I Is expected It states that the ADVOCATE has retired]\ where
'IebXi. at.St. Augustine, every possible Clydn and llieo. Egger; bill traffic
At at Mrs. Decker's from the tight. A few weeks the,
.. Susie Gladwin, who has been present boarding home on this afternoon's train. Mils discussion arrived where ago attention wa given the sufferer. I III' manager, know a bargain when they we
at
:Bollm house. Ethel's friends will be glad to welcome a point we W. L. Hughlett accompanied Mr. Ely: one. These two men have the reputation
many it would be best ,
College Winter Pat'z for sevil though to
preserve Upon their arrival at St.' Augustine Dr. of 1 being two of the very shrewdest
months, returned home her home.Archdeacon. silence for a time. We had assurance ordered
Saturday Mr removal the
on Worley Ely's to business wren In New York. Everybody

l -Mrs. Geo. P. Sewell, of Sanford,' B. F. Brown will hold from both our senator and representativethat hospital, where his right foot and left know" that N r. Clyde I III one of the hardest -
they would Introduce and push! the
week with hei forearm were amputated; but, unfortunately men to beat at clos figuring on
-11r and Mrs. L. A. Brady bave.o'ed after spending a or so service, Sunday next, June 9, at Jupiter, bill authorizing bonds, and nothing further he died shortly after the OHTB-| transportation matters. That I III hU r
from parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Brown, returned and Hobe Sound could be done until the bill was I
Main street to the house morning evening; at on tlon hail been performed Deceasedleaves I deserved and admitted reputation r

lib' 'acated by the Rev. A. D. Cohen, home Tuesday morning. Monday afternoon, Eden on Tuesday passed.deemed Under these circumstance we a wife and nix children to mount EVEN!: AMOXIi lilt IUV AI....
It best to the
aldington avenue. -Several items and articles werE, afternoon, and Fort Pierce on Wednesday of our columns, especially keep as subject the controversy out his sad loss, and the .\UVII"ATY.lIh There may be something In the rumor
host of friends Indian River condole
a on and I It be wind-curlmtoiiegosnlt :
crowded out of this Issue, owing to th had drifted Into may pure
but t
afternoon. personalities,
with the relative In their seal btreavement.
; | --but If the Clyde's do buy the J.,
i fOUR lengthy articles on "Hog Raising" and our pen was not Idle; frequent letters I
ATTENTION: IS CALLED Mr. Geo. F. Paddison who had beenon T. A K. W. Ply Co. and the Indian River
this office
went from
(o the name-and-date slip pasted "Ramie Cultivation." to our legislators, The operation on Mr. Ely: was successfully steamer It will be a good thing for
T weekly upon the ADVOCATE or a couple of weeks' trip to Tennessee, reminding them of the road question performed Jill' after hi* a"1 val'llY 'lltusvllle and Indian River! generally;
w -Lawyer Geo. M. Robbins, of the I passed through Titusville Monday We are pleased to say the bill hai' Dr lluichlett and Milne.
rapper. If your subscription on Worley and we will have competition which will
has Robbins Graham firm, of Titusville,, passed. The time has arrived when we lie rallied about but died l at
nUdulglit
expired, please remit. his way to Eau Gallie George said some not be entirely one-sided. Who knows
write about
roads
was In town last week on special bud can good again to even a. m. next day. but what It may ultimately lead to an
of the St. Augustine people were giving some and shall do Kn.ADVOCATE. .
purpose, we so (
l kpresentatlve extension of the J., T A K. W. to Can.
Robt. Morrow, of ness. Mr. Robbins Is a pleasant gentleman him the .
congratulations strengthof ]
upon
'tuivile and Wants the Child.. averal and a Clyde dock and Clyde ship,
W. R. Sanders, of Courte- and up In his profession.-Key what they read In the ADVOCATE. It Bach and that coming seaport. We repeat

UT. Mrived home on Saturday last, hay West Equator Democrat. Death of Mr. John Green.
wa very wrong of them to surmise The Jacksonville Metropolis of Tuesday there may be something In the rumor

P completed their labors at Tallahaa- for said he had to This Sheriff Bowman and there but this article will
I suppose you have not heard that i things, we only gone say: morning mar.not

gentleman at Eau Gallic I Tennessee on Important business.On EAU GALLIC:, June 3, 1893.Edittrrs of Brevard county, came to the at least for thought and
popular
-lCill young city from Titusville with it warrant Issued peculation, and even that I la somethinguoprovhle

,iV Jennie Altree, of Port Tampa has bought a fine lot on Eau Gallie river, Monday the Chester, one of the AdeurtttrDear : by M. H. Jonea,court commissioner our readers with these hot

after a Pleasant visit of a week orWith and will shortly commence to build oldest dredges In the service of the East Sirs:-In your Usue of May 31st for Marie Rice, a pretty little girl of day and dull times.1I1111rovementli .

"Xr and Mrs. Lanouette, left for That looks rather suspicious.Vicepresident Coast Canal Company passed down the In the article. of "Death of Mr. John. seven years, alleged to be held by Mrs.

.itinb .)"> Saturday last where she ex- Green," your correspondent says: ".\ Lizzie. r. Rice. The warrant wa Issued i at the Indian
,
'** to J. R. Parrott and Lake. The Chester will go to the foot Jury was summoned and an Inquest heldon t J upon the petition of K. H. Rice, fatherof s
tay a short time home. ?
en route wife and Supt. R. T. Goff passed through of the canal and assist In the cutting toward the body, Dr. Hughlett, of Cocoa, the child. River Hotel.

-'Ipt and Lady Cecilia Rose, of here, Tuesday, on their way to West, Biscayne Bay. This old dredge being resent. The verdict brought k, Deputy-Sheriff Thames and Sheriff

J'ienL aDd Mr. Albert W. Robert, of Palm Beach. Representative II. E. ha been employed on the East Coast under Dr. Ilughlvtt'a" orders wa that o!. Bowman went out to execute the war. Manager O. II. Vo* ha had the large
elm died of apoplexy rant and found the little girl at 412 Vest
,- Beach, who have been oa a tip to'II'b Sewall and wife, of hewall'a Point, were, canal work all\ along the Indian River. This so far a* the verdict U concernedIs Duval, street with her mother, and the cistern at the Indian River hotel thor

Mr' Robert's yacht Siren have also on board Mr. Parrott's private car. On her way down she lay for several dayson entirely erroneous and an Injustice Ui, child and mother both came to the Sheriff's oughly cleaned out and divided by two

eturne.1' l home after a very enjoyable -Do not fail to read the article "About the flats at Lake Worth Inlet, awaiting the jury, as you well know that a coro office, where Mrs Rice had a consultation wajl of brick with charcoal laid between.

'lI1ag. ner's jury can only bring In a verdict 1 In I with her attorney K. W. Poi>e, AU rain water will now have to go
...... Raising Hogs and Other Things In Florida favorable tide water to bring her on accordance with the testimony and not t Esq., and It was decided to make DO resistance

ip. a. P. PaddlEOIl hM been down by Dr. Fish, of Georgians! on out her way,-Tropical Sun. by anybody's orders. The verdict WM I to the child's departure but to through two brick wall and four Inchesof

"" ''nine during the past two weeks, 2nd of this issue It Is of Interest "Came to his death by natural causes;" await the final action of the ease now charcoal before It I Is placed on the 1

J( 'Ibe .titer the lumber business of his page of farmers and others, but The Opera and IMay. and Dr. Hughlett la his testimony to the, pending la the Circuit court In this city. hotel table for the guests to drink.
to most our
Mi. bra jury gave It a* his opinion that death From what could be learned the troubleo Drinking water ha never been so carefully
s F. Paddison, who ha been rather lengthy for our columns.Mrs. was caused by ap oplexy. la justice t arise from the fact that the husband filtered at this hotel before. In addition

" tnc to Tennessee. Minn Annie fclnsabaugh, of Brooklyn N. The attention of our readers Is drawn the jury I trust you will rectify thli and wife have separated, and naturally to this he has done away with all

I'T1-the of Tltusville's bright Y., who has been visiting her mother, to the fact that the above entertainment error, as according to your published] both want the little girl. Mr. and Mr. canned milk, and supplies all his guest

h't1p' *'-has been In charge of the Mrs. McLellan for several months past, will shortly take place *t the Opera account they have not rendered a verdictIn t Rice are said to be good people, though! with a plentiful supply of fresh milk

u eetr''' left here, Tuesday for Jacksonville en house, TltusvlHe. There will be new ae*rdanee with! the law. they could not agree a* husband and] from his cow. So many Improvement
'a.1 er "h>*"* In Titusville during her route north. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Rob- costumes and scenery, and lots of fun. I remain yours respectfully wife. The child will leave here tomorrow are taking place at this hotel, that t.-

.11 '-Mteoce. The captain returned Uns aoompanied her as far as Jacksonville Those w bo attend will have fail value W... K. IfekM.it, and the mother be]** only for a lilts will be glad to stop at the IaJtaa

'h .'t_ on Tuesday. returning to Tltusvflle yesterday. for their money. Justice oIF ac.. short time River hotel real winter.



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2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNE 7, 1895.
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with hogs ? Nothing; but before I can Grower has from one to several articles', THE WAT troubles SITE LOOKS the woman Clyde Steamship Co

get down to figures, fact and fact, I saying that you must do this, or not do e' who is deli

mast be funny; It Is my nature. I am a that, without the semblance of a reason, cate, run-down, or

republican. I want every man In Flor. but that It possibly happened so once or overworked.' She's

da protected to hia beat Interests I twice. I was told, for Instance that I 1 hollow cheeked,

want gold, silver, wheat, rice, oranges, must not put artesian water on rose dull eyed, thin,

cotton, corn or wax beans fora standard; bushes. Being a good republican and and pale, and it I

not a combine, but common sense. Ignorant, I belluM It, till I learned that worries her.

I was to write of hogs but let me tell with an abundance of artesian water and Now, the wayto

you a story first. It Is a true story I manure from my pig pens, I could grow look well is to

knew personally this metropolitan. Asa roses or anything else But about the be well. And the

very small boy he had been taught by hogs-I believe I'm started straight this i' way to be well, if

his mama to lift bis hat to the little time My first, I got from the lighthouse you're any such

maids. As these maids grew older, tllll ; they were called "Indian Kirk. woman, is to faithfully use Dr. New York Charleston and Florida Lb

lad abo grew older I da not quite un hire," and were one year old; I fed Pierce' Favorite Prescription ,

demand how it came about, but In time them two hundred and eighty-one days, That is the only medicine that'

Met George w. TulyItonjaraln this friend of mine learned that, if occasion principally corn. I did not do It for guaranteed to build up woma '. The magnificent Steamships of this Line area

Missouri required, his arm could also enclose profit, but for good, healthy meat; tIle strength and to cure woman's ail

ribs of steel, whalebone and other : heavies one netted 137 pound The ments. In every "female complaint pointed to sail as follows :

Good Advice things. This young man was a senslb! I hogs got away with"" an immoderate ," irregularity, or weakness, Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways
of
young man, and yet he got fooled. lie '. quantity of high-priced corn. Had I and in every exhausted condition (STAXDABDTIMK.)|
Follower 'I. known what I do I could have the female sj'ltem-if it ever failsto s0,,, Jsck.onilk'
Quickly did not like to compress steel or whale- only now, From Yew York, STEAMER ( harie.lon

bone with I his good, right arm. He WAIl done better. My pork coat me dear; butI benefit or cure, you have your (Pier,, 29, E.A"r.R.) 211, at 3.00 JlIII.... IIE() iihYF1 Thllnla), Md' a,Aph II'Tllesfay
back. Friday ... ,
sick! ht he sold some of my Ignorance at a goal money .. an. lit 3.IMII'1II ( y I
was disgusted; was disgusted T6urolay. ,
Cured of Rheumatism byHood' overworked "worn out AIAeONSl'IN "i .
For a, .1 3.1MI JI In.
May
two or time times, when it became price Friday .. 8, at 800.. In Ht.HII"'I ... Tieemlav d .
,
Sarsaparllla."C. "run-down, debilitated teachers, W..II.slay at 3.00 In11'.110"..E ......Thul'8.I"y.. ? 'I.Tlles.ay .
10
I then sent to a man by the name of Friday I' .
etc. etc. ,
IN. Sunda' ,
necessary, : .... AI HI'lt II I itU
In
at
dressmakers seamstresses U 8.00"
.L Hood ft Co. Lowell,lULl milliners ,
Thursday
Silver at Cleveland Ohio for of .SEMINOLE. I""
lie went to the country for the sum a pair Friday, 11. .t 3.110 I' III 5M.nceay
"I WM ago.taken J".dowa. lick with for rheumatism ever ill months OT ryew I mer; he engaged board with a farmer; Ohio Improved Chester White Prize Tigs., mothers" shop-girls and," house-keepers feeble women, nursing generally Friday; :: 2e 24: : 3.151 8.151:: : :: ns uI Ai.GO IIOHtl'OIS.;4)l'IN.. S.mnav Thursday, :: ,,
SnnJav, hue
Often I would here such palus that I eoull this farmer bad a daughter; she was AO eight weeks old. That name caught me. Dr., Pierce's Favorite Prescription Tue.da!' :: 2s H: :g::: r. iii m...... 'SF:111\OLE IROQUOIS.: ... Thursday. n ,,;
hardly endure them A friend cane to me aodvltvd < Friday
I would lie bu
different from the metropolitan girl wall sure they very fine, boon
me to try Hood Hariaparllla. I took is the greatest earthly ,
: -.a taken Mi word eight and bottles cot a ol hotUeof It. It, and iloot that wore whalebone; she seemed so Innocent my heart sank when I saw them, forbad I being unequaled as an appetizing

It Has Cured Me so very Innocent, that my friend paid .4.> for the pair, and $...;>0 express cordial and restorative tome.'rr Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Lr,

lost his beart. For a year or more after nearly fifty dollars. I thought
WhflB the doetori could do me BO food whsrer.
After being benefited 10 much from this he first knew this girl, he was beet there must be some mistake, that the For the present and until further notice, Steamer "\ EMASfcr r i It I Her

medicine I describe Hood Rftriaparllla. aa a pleased when he was telling me of her hired man had selected the pigs, and Mr. If you're suffer- to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from < hailcstn
wonderful mitillctne I aim .lvle every one Sliver had them. I wrote "ing from Catarrh, Is made at Chailcston with
connection (
innocent I remember never seen Sundays. Clone
be spec
who Is troubled with rheumatism not to with.Hood'sCures- very ways. of Philadelphia!
tally of his speaking of the first time be him the sow was a very good pig, but I the Dr. proprietors Catarrh! Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida\ p..

learned she did not wear cOI'Betl-MI was sure would not take a prize at any, Sage'ask to Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.
fair In Ohio that the boar looked Remedy you
trot Bond a Ramaparllla. 1 am a farmer and arm was on the back of the chair; the county ; their medicine.
tha medicine has Driven me much energy and dog barked, and, without thinking, hili very much like a fiat-Iron with a tail at try
can'tbe
work" CHORUS W.lULIT,1lenpamin Then if
etrenirth to perform my you
; Missouri. arm fell about her waUt. Fred wa the small end. I offered to send the cured, they'l St. Johns River Line.For .
but the wasn't. It sworn statement of three neighbors to !
frightened girl ( wa
,
Hood's Pill are hand m""e.4 perfect I $500 in cash.
you
pay
fat prooarUan and ajuwauuc .J o. a boa I (ten years after, Fred told me these facts.) the effect that the pig was not even first

My friend said: "Now, doctor, when abe class. He wrote most fatherly, laying I Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points

leaned to me 'like a sick kitten to a be was sure he would come out rIght
HUCIETIt; ETC. up the winter months; and two years hundred the St. Johns River.The .
after the few weeks but If be
hot brick, I Imagined 'twas because she journey a dollar; besides raising me a calf
was so Innocent. In fact, everj did not, he would send another pig.
Free and very that I have even butchered when a year Elegant Iron fclde-Wheel Steamers
thing Jane did was different from the Some six months did not change him
old, or within a few days of It; none
Accepted Masons way the girls with whalebone did. I attributed much for the better. When I wrote weighing less than two hundred and 'OJTY: : OF J11CI SONVJLLE: : ,"

it to Innocence." He has a divorce again they sent me some very flattering
fifty, and this year's calf 297 pounds CAPT. AV. A. SHAW
testimonials and wanted to sell me some
for ,
now. He Ignorance
mjstook This I had to sell a part for lOcts ;e IJO
year frumJacksanvilleSiendavTueadaye and Frlilaji at ; (I' m v
wonderful medium Is to) sail
innocence hog powder; a most pointed)
Indian % T.ItUIIW1110 per pound, balance 121 and 1:jets. Sanford )lon<1a '.,ednesdaji and Saturday at 5 leave
)
This I. a true story, and while not $1 for about half a pint; and also en- turning
I all the where
River i Ala save manure my cow
Large, NQ. 00 :, true of formers daughters generally, It closed a circular requesting me to lend and calf are tethered to feed. At night eW'THIi"l'ND.: SIIEDl'LE.: I WarNlNii kraal ;'
Is true of the large majority of the men them the name of any old lady In the Read down,
I bed with muck and sea-moss; with ...... ............. Jaek.onoleic. .. ..... ... Arreec .5
lloliU It* tneetlui. tie we.n4and fourth Fr who seek to make a living out of the neighborhood that was not feeling wel of muck will not Leave' p. ...... .......... ..rseatka...::::::... ,.,. ... ILeat1 1n
of rwh' month, at la* CuotboO.eT1Liarape Is mistaken for I judged they had another medium for I plenty your manure 19 p.s. m. .<......:.............Astor... .. .... ...:...:: : I IrA
at a:mi p. wJ soil. Their Ignorance i ]heat. Muck and sea-moss are good for ., a. ., .. .............St, Francis. ,.','.'........ .. :. 15
) .. r.. JI.JUT. Innocence. Not but what there may be the old 1'ulies. The end of the matterwas ., a. m. .......... .. ...... ( ............ .. ... 1215:
Hoe. W, M. I another something without composting, but I a, m.............. .. .........lilies ,, .. .:............ ... .. \ : Ii v
qualifications among them for mak never got pig, thong ii : I&'fli&! ;;; .... ,,...., : .5:
wish I had back all that, In my Ignorance Arrive ...... .... ....:.. .........
KMUHT ur rVTIIIAft Ing clever doctors, lawyers, congressmen, they did finally offer to send another If I I have wasted by putting around a, ni. ... ............ .. .. 15

Seminole I>K|"., No Ail: kinds ll. meetings,at. I carpenters, etc., but Ignorant of the best would pay them half price, or as I learn trees, etc, before' my hogs had a chanceat General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonv
the Court hose, the firm tour Tlmmlay wi ed after parting with some more of
successful of the and the my;
tugs of each month,at. ''''IoJt'k |>.M.B I ways now It In their pens. The amount of unalloyed M H.CMDE.A.T M, F. M IRONMONGERJR.. Fla rau Age
D (i flora: \r. H. HAJUUH, successful farmer. If any man risks his Ignorance at a price much more than Ignorance I have displayed In U1 II KowllnKJreen. Sew York. 88-WestKayBt..JarUmBk
C. C. _K. of It A ft. all on one crop, he Is sure to loose A most any Ohio farmer would have been THEO O EGO EH,T. M, J>o. L. HowAKn, Fla. Frt Agtt .,.
Florida "would fill a book and still I
'gold or silver standard, or both, will not pleased to furnish just as good a pig for. ; Bowling Green Kew York Foot Slogan Bt..J eljnnTlll l.
INDIAN RIVER niMHIM. am quite sure I have yet more that will .7\COLE, 'J. A. LEeLIE\1I1'erilltendent|
As I the I from this A Oeneralirassenger Agent
; of with expected pigs got
but ,
him
nave ; a diversity crops, .uD\1I!i iCB <
l>rlll at the Armory, over county jail. every bore narrow-hamed and weak! make Itself manifest\ as I grow older- plL:::::: fc.B boiling Green, New York. loot Hogan St. sash
TuemUy eveulnn la the month at Su'c"M'k. a practical sensible knowledge of howU prize were about the time I know It all I'll die. I D. D. C.|Mi\K, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue.l'hU.lel"hla.1|
A. T. Y.A.rr.l'aptatn.cHURc11EM.: | t to grow them, will even give him -all died but two out of the ten. One have got a few things pat, however, and n ;\"M. P. CLYDE ft CO., General Agents
something to eat and In time a bottle of of the two I gave away, the other my 1180. Delaware AT.,Phlladvlphlaw 5 Bowling Green Tee T"
am going slower
!butt or two, for his Itomac 'l sake wife petted and pampered, and It finally;
It Is about time I was cutting this ar
Powiibly I should add that in this section made some of my good meat, but It cost,
E/ISCOIML ClIl'UCIi.Juvlce. tlcle short off, but I would like to tell
of Florida, at leant, that artesian well because It took too long to do It.
the lot and 3rd Sunday In each Mr. XeJd and a few others, who are discouraging -
month, at II a. in ami 7::nip. MI. HumUy M'him' me all essential to start with-and If lie All of these leaps and mishaps I tel immigration to Florida by Southern--'
rery Sundae at JJU; p. in Evening I.ra) r aIp U a good republican, so much the better you, that you may not be as Ignorant as -t1) -
w. on 11'ednesdays. LlUny service every what they have to say through the
the will to shine bin I was. 1
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Friday at a. m. sun stem on
REv. II F HUOWN, Hector more kindly. I got another boar, and did better. press, that I can grow, with my hogs,
cow muck and manure, more good things aoe1Urc
Is there single this My sow gave me fourteen pigs for a Railwa
1'llKSJlYTKRIAS CHI:RCH.rtervlctevervBalibath one man on peninsular to eat on less ground, more months In 1-o-----
of Florida that has not IgnorantlyIn ) starter; one died one she overlaid and
,atlla m and I."Kip: in: the year than they can In any state northof
'hrl.tlsn
Sabbath irhiHil at 9M/; a. m ( Endeavor his efforts to beans and one I gave away. I have butchered one
.M) in., ineetliiKWedne grow oranges, here. We are all for Mr.
meeting p graver very sorry ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
lay at T.1el n. All are]onllullv Invite.to .1 micli, parted with ""'lalllu". ttijficmt" of hog that dressed nearly 400 pounds, and Neeld and the hundreds of others that
attend KKV: W. T. \ CALK: I'a..r.
sold the at 15cts:
ash to tide him over this cold winter larger portion per
have been hard
hit but where In this
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MfcTIIODISTClllKCHRervlre : beautifully, If he now had this money In pound; and why not, when I had to pay; United States can they go with an assurance THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
his ? Even; my butcher at Cocoa 2tScts and lets: per
pocket republicans are Ig.
at Tltuivllle every trot, second *nourillally < positive that they can do better? COMPARTMENT CARS
DINING CARS
,
tlalr.1 'hhalh" st II a. m. and T I'. m.; llIn.lay norant at times I'm a republican. I'm pound for pork steak Another hog,
..M'h.s.I' III o..M.k. a.m..nry Sunday; RpwnrtiiItsgue Hot winds and cyclones that destroy not
'ka 8 p, u.. every Sunday; The I raice pubRo:u.Mting:: are not as Ignorant as I used to be, but over 4)0; pounds, this spring; but little only crops, but homes and dear ones, THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAM
7 o'r every'rhnrwlay night.
sold for 15cts as neighbors were
,
demonstrate
Invited to attend our aervuwiBAPTIST doubtless the next few years will my blizzards that sweep thousands of hen
S. W. LAWLER Pasta that I still have a good supply; frozen out and felt poor-possibly you
of stock to their death,drouth and flood
CIIl"RCIi.1're..11I1Z on hand of the genuine article. Ignorance may have heard about it. mUlL be considered when a change of, QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

pure and simple, Is the cause of decided base Is contemplated. As also, no matter
second and fourth Sunday
every Unit I North wad :m..._ Wes
wad
ninety cent of failures over this North
lra er Mnetmic Tuesday evening per way where
) every you go, you will find the ever
at T o'<'I so a
To'elm Hiinilay Hi'liuul every Hunday at present complaint of low prices, high AU TRAINS DAILY i.
:: meat I it will to rw ALL TRAIN DAILY.
10a. ui. I areomlallvinvited to attrmlII the other ten. money or am sure pay of and urw'IWL.
rates commission
A. uriuKR: la..tor. freight
shoat the
You can just tell your friends that keep a 200-pound through The day before the first freeze we Lj.JaakaoBTUl. FCAT._. T 00 aa40am 14o pm Lv. JaeksoavUle, >.C,a P.. .:to r

CATHOLIC CHI'KCH. right here on Meirltts Island that any tumnier. If you have pasture with,, a picked our first ripe strawberries-December !snuff aDMh, .. ::: U MMar SUpalOMpm At" Kretett kaooo? SoulBora." % II

lien I<'e* at 10 a, ui.every Sunday, In hall over man who will profit by the experience of little feed, by Christmas they should 2iUh. Plants full of CpluBbla. Southern. poe SKam A.aji., ..r a/
Indian Klver Htate Hauk. Cbllilreu*catecbliui gain! from one hundred to one hundred were green tr". Charlotia, .. .-. 120 pm 7 main to CHaKaaoon, 7 u p ,
at I p. nt. those gone before, can raise more hogs, fruit and bloom. Fruit and bloom were M MhlnfMn iI.DD .... S IamIMara SOpm CUtaUtpatf Q. .. c........
RKV J. F O'H<'\t*. Rector and fifty pounds. I have butchered ode Baltimore, fuss. 11 W pwSOU m a-
more cattle, more feed, more IrUh or all killed, but made a most remarkable 1-hllad.lphla, ;' ::: 10 WarnUMpm am620am !LLteeth.roIioabere., .1 '
or two at about 150 pounds and others 14 New York, .... 8b tine 10
sweet potatoes, more cabbage more recovery, so that the day before the second poi
Ar K. C M. .* L i
Y. M. ( A. nlons, more peas of all varieties, more at :.!OIl pounds. freeze, in February, we picked ripeerrles JUb.vllle, Sooth.m....?. ............... SOpm Kansas Memphis City, :I W "
The regular Sunday afternoon prater meeting Three went to the boar
of the V M. C. A, will be held e ery Hiiuday, melons, more strawberries, and many, young sows by > again, and had prospects equally
atternnua church .1l1tll a'further 4HsIp.notice.m.. a' ties 1......")",rlall many other things than he can in any mistake at six months; the three gave a. flattering. Again they were frozen, For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Rsllwsy

other state In the union, and at much me fifteen pigs; two met with accidents but again recovered even more quickly System, or IU connections.

loss coitt I was raised In Illinois, and 1 I and died six I sold for $.'7, and two for .0 that about March 1st we started the

ABOUT RAISING HOGS know bat khe can do, when she does fS; the I have left. The largest of these third time. Up to date, we have picked W. A. TURK, C. A. BEN COTER, S. H. HAROWItt,
General .lWA5HINOTON
her beat. I know also that a man should till weigh nearly sixty pounds, the and sold to our neighbors near one liun- Pasa. Apse Asst Oe". P.... A,e"t. AlS't Osn'l P.nuT" *

i make no statement aa this for publics. smallest, a"runt," about twenty pounds. dred quarts, at filets<> per quart. We have D. c. KNOXVILLI. TINN.

And Other Things In Florida. tlon unions sure of the f uts. If I was a betting man, and sometimes I lad berries on our table also, for a family W. D. ALLEN,

UI.OKUIANA FLA. There Is not a month In the year but am, my best judgment would call for of five part of the time as we wanted

what something "will" grow for you and twenty-five fine pigs from these three them, almost every day for three monthsUvealso Florida PuMncer Agent,
June J, 18'tt.i ows"" this fall. Does It pay me to raise 212 Wot JACKSONVILLE FLA.
your hogs and cattle, If you are not so canned some, and "will" have Bay Street,
Kditur .{ 'of nit.: Ignorant you cannot learn how to do it, hogs ? I think It does. Do you grow them on the table to-morrow, as well as ify oath inna.

I received your request for an article and jour land grow better every year anything for your hogs? I never have, some days yet to come. If It had notbeen

upon "Growing M tine stuck: of hogs In If you want me to tell you about hogs, but> Intend to; plnders, I think. for the unusual cold, I sue satisfied

FloilJa.' I ulao received a letter fium you must wait on me till I feed them 1 feed to pigs rice meal, soaked from we would l bate had five months of straw-

Dr. O. W. Holmes The doctor knows Since I fed those bogs" day or two baa one meal to the other; I feed lightly berry season, from some six hundred WE DELIVER --

i how Indolent I am by nature. To stimulate I'alloloed. Let me auggent to you just here, three times a day I feed dry meal to plants I had to part with some of my #: ,,

my pen, be laid "You write beau. Mr. Editor, that this would be a good l bogs; they digest It better; but if I Ignorance to accomplish these results.

tifully. iou bave a wluaome way of plate to cut my article In piece, and noted to feed to fatten quickly, double Can you do anything like this In any Or

telling things tbat is catching, etc." I continue It In next "week's" Issue or ('utIt ration, 1 would soak it. V fence of other state but Florida? I never saw In A Piano orT

may not bave quoted the doc fortr t entirely and throw It In the lUte heavy chicken wire, two and a half feet llinols, Kansas, or anywhere else a finer

batlM, but all of us "old time..." on In- 1\I.keto I am well aware that It might high, la all that Is required 1 for the I largest ; prospect for all that is generally grown YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with complete .""" ':

dian River know the doctor' big republican be boiled down very considerably and of these hogs; at the bottom a atran In a kitchen garden than I baUII' \

beart could not rent In Its bed without tell just us much, but If I am to write of irbod wire, to keep them from rootig tint freeze came. The next day I went horouKhly satisfied Our prices are as low .. any house In the Unite ''' 1

thinking to see some ghost or spirit this story, I must do it in my own way, ;; poats twenty feet or more apart, to planting again only to be cut down our' terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an IUlltI"iI''

to awake blm each night If he did not or pot at alL stiffen the wire by driving down, every the second time. Even young onions The Celebrated CONOVER. .

delight and make smoother the paths Some one ban said: "When kissing tbree or four feet, any strips) the size of were frozen; jet, last week I pulled from The The Renowned FISCHER.VI 1} PIANOS.

and lives of bis neighbors. I ana republican your wife, to get the very essence, draw a broom handle split out of light or fat flee rows, exactly fifty feet long and ten Beautiful And SCHUBERT.KINGSBURY. 1

also; and consequently have a It; out long, go slow; If some other man's wood.I Inches apart, six bushels and four COQ, '

large beart. often wonder why some wife, let circumstances govern you." keep a cow. I did not sell milk wt pound.i of onions, some larger than com- ORGANS Vocation. Aeol'o"' Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO

, democrats that are quit respectable This' Is uiy story, and IU my privilege to Inter; but this old cow-she is not avery lOon saucers. Can you do better In any ..s'

wen, so to speak, cannot exert theut- draw It lung I would avoid having any good cow, either, though ahe coat '[other: state P I did not plant many JHConlinttfd > mou?'.*-* and small IntrulnenU. Music and Books. Write us; av'a

selves and step up on the rostrum with of[ your readers think I ban been hasty i3 seven years ago-has more than paidfor OH Jed ftay

Jr. Holmes and me. In i arriving at my conclusions EveryIssue herself every winter I never have I 'Lite A. 13. Oiiiupl>oll CO.. ,

)that bas all this prelude got to do of the Agriculturist or the Fruit sold leas than (M) worth of milk during Try itlCK-OMU'MT tea,....O".pepeia. JACKSONVILLE. rL. .nl

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNK: 1. 1895. ,
3.
TROll.01.O'BIU.1f.
.,III.IU.KT1' TIII KAI8IXO OF 1IOOS! J TC.Cnf1lln"d ODDS AND ENDS.

EVERETT & CO. /rOl" tnit THE ARCHITECT. Ftoisons SYSTEM.I I
paqr.tatoes are sometimes developed In I PLANT
Oh famntu and fine l.. the ran architect
PIERCE FLORIDA. + Who rake not of labor or fait the "v ten.s of sick people.
FORT +
+ but have enough to answer my Who- building. with jewel and silver andocked Nankln Is the largest walled city

Wholesale f and Retail Dealers In needs this summer, or till they come Whet never. a beauty I* lout In the world. It is at least 8COO years __ II

again. If I should run short, I have In silence works he through the day and the old.It I

INDIAN RIVER three varieties of winter hard-shell Blunt Is claimed that sheets
or Nor sound waterproof Perfect: :
of a hammer I*heard Jo.ssen.ger: Sox-vie:
TURTLE squashes Hubbard, Pikes-Peak and Pairwlas and minors, gleamlnf with light, of paper, gummed and hydraulically! 1

I S8;!, OYSTERS, & Essex-In abundance to help me out. Arise at his bock or his word! compressed, make a material... durable 3DO-U.T01 1
3Ddil3r Trains.
leather for :
shoe soles.
It as
would take up too much space to In country or town on the meadow or bill '
GAME, enumerate the Be chiKWK and nun a nit*. Moses, the great lawgiver and autbor
every vegetable I grow No law doth he but the law of hi. I'
own will
and Dealers Supplied. successfully, to nothing of my roses, And none may dare question hi. I'llhVllw..arl. \. of the first five book of the old Bible, Unexcelled Pullman Equipment4w :
otels etc., and pineapples as well. .... by time and undaunted by foe, Is said to have died on the anniversaryof
Several
of Untrammeled by fear or command. his birth,being exactly 180 years old. > .
|!MICR HOUSE: West Palm Beach Fla. my neighbors have told me I have the Be builds for all people, the high and the low. i t
best With and hand. There are credible records of over
patient provident
looking
pines In the
neighborhood. 7,000 earthquakes between 1606 B. C. I
K ]

Professional Cards. muck My principal fertilizer Is my manure and The Nor castle meanest and of eottaire things alike doth he'll dl.dala.adorn, and 1894 A. D., while the unrecorded I Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. f) j

compost one are believed to be still 2
The peasant sleep sweetly and finds I. the more no 11 "I "
I will butcher a 200() pound pig In a few mornA merous. j to Montgomery, /

saga Ito )to...... WALTU 8.OURA.. weeks; sell what I and palace on his window pane. j \
can. dry-salt the It is said that Somerset House, London II II
GRAHAM Oh famous and fine Is this architect rare, 11 1
OBBIN9 4 rest I have no trouble In saving my Who reeks not of labor or cost is 'very unhealthy because of the to Tifton

pork In warm weather. One of the hams Who builds gorgeous mansions and yet has to. great number of wills kept In it Manyof

A TTORYEY8-A T-LA W, Mrs. Fish will boil, not less than six The king of all builder. Jack FroettZltella these wills were drawn up by people These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers -

nci HOUBS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., hours, then she will stick some cloves In Cocke In Youth's Companion. suffering from contagions disease .
aDd 2 to 4 p. m. The hay barges Swiss lakes rowed to New York '
It, and spot It all! over with splashes of on : Washington Philadelphia
TitrsviLLB, Brevard Co., Florida. black PLAYED WITH THE BULL'S HEAD. by women standing, and the small sailboats .
pepper then when It Is cold
; I'll
1 Be practice In all the courttate and fed cut off great lumps of fat and lean as bigas Th. Penalties Attached to a hand In Poker standingvery Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
Held Against Five King. high to catch fickle winds, are
11 facilities for examining and your two thumbs-then I'll eat 'emDon't the most picturesque of craft St. Louis Mobile
,
# perfect- Some varieties of cards have the plo among New Orleans, Atlanta and
and Utica yon vtlsh you was me I i
tore of a bull's head the
Money to Loan. upon fifty-third 1
Despatch to St. Louts Globe-Democrat card, which is known as the "joker RAILROAD TIES. Chattanooga. er
Feb. 10th: "Irondale, Mo.-Five, all of
EORGE W. MORTON, one family, were found frozen to death and largely affected by progressive It would take 1,500 days for one man

this morning. Death seemingly camo as euchre players when they are working to build a locomotive of the standard R

NOTARY PUBLIC, they slept In their 11t-<18." assiduously for plated watch charms gauge variety '
i and cotton lace collars. It is seldom
Another from Xew York about the I Two hundred and fifty trains are _
nrworol: .' Canaveral, '. Florida used in a game of poker but in some
name time tells of many fioren Still I daily received and dispatched at theErie' :
sections it Is left In the deck upon such k+
nruennclng carefully executed. later, from other sections, of orehardsruined : I occasions, and when a man holds it he big train shed at Jersey City.

,A* mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., by hail storms and crops and is at liberty to give it the same value The New York Central has some

blanks on hand. prospects blighted by front as any other card in his hand. The oth smoking cars equipped with corduroy

You pay your money and! take what Is er night a party of jovial spirits sat covered seats and green cambric curtains .
to the windows.
S. JONES, left-not your choice down to while away a few hours at the

IiN011 Du. FISH. seductive pastime, and when some one _
asked what kind of poker hould 'bt' :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
played another suggested that "every

:I'lVILLE, BREV AIm co., FLA To School Children. thing should go. In the parlance of I The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia, 'r

poker this means a great deal. A player
ounty Judge of Brevard Coivnty.HLDEX can cheat to his heart's content providedhe
Dr. Fish, of Georgiana, writes the
it not discovered and as all the

L. ,. J. T. SANDEKS ADVOCATE as follows: Say to all your players were equally well 'equipped

"tary school children under 15 years, that I with tricks the proposition was acceded .

AfLDEV A SANDERS, will make a bow and arrow for the boyor to..

J girl that will\ first send to him a cor- During the game one of the players

TTORSEYS.A-LAW, rect statement (unaassUted) of the number excused himself for a moment on some The INN, Port'Ialnlrtl. open all the year.. l
n nrauire I In all the Courts' of the State apparently proper plea and left the
rl..and the United State Court of bushels or pounds of onions an
room. While he was absent he secured
e( Box.235. TITfSVlLLE, FLA. acre would produce at the rate I have
a new deck of cards and arranged them
Money to Loan. 18 stated for five rows, allowing a path of
so that the person who dealt them would

18 inches between every five, 10 inches receive four aces, while the man to his The Plant Steamship Line.

TOME REYNOLDS, apart; as also an 18 Inch path on the out left would get four kings. In his hurry

er two edges of the acre. This path Is he failed to remove the bull's head. Returning I

ATTORNEY AT LAW. to the room, he took his neat,
most Important. I use the soil from Ito
make soil beds. I and winking to the man next to him i\ EOS4t. luxiirioiiM Xf eu.u..hip Woivi<< (!on
a deeper on
my Six I homfl-power. marine weight TW-lln: sincetequirol |
hutchinson Avenue whose deal it happened to be, he deftly(
use it also as watering. The paths are :Ax.M Ini hmManufacturers .
slipped him the "cold deck." The dealer in Hie Moudiont 'Vnf eI'M. ,
small canals that I turn water Into where of the iiinut Perfect 1I..1I"lemd ,
isville, .
Florida. having confidence In his friend took Iu,....n"Io'.1, Motor for launches and \.Iot. '
Indicated. the pack and dealt out the hands. Of t In the market Easy: t" .start runs until .tii|>|K with little attention also builders of
FOWELL TITUS, Yours etc., course he got the four aces. The bettingwas I launches very complete. and stationary; '., Key West and Havana. t'

DR. Finn. confined to him and the man to his HJNJ: W. JtROMF,

ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V. left and at last, when each had hs{ Hole Agent for Xrevard and orange SI Little
Delays are dangerous. A dollar spent cash and all his worldly possessions in Catalogue and |>rl<.es on ai>|>'Hi'atlou. .... ,
tics In State and Federal court Land for Hood's Sarsaparilla now may prevent the way of jewelry and wearing apparel
Ii. W. RENN
4, specialty Attorney for Board of illness which will\ be expensive\ and haul staked on the result, the hands were -- ---- Passenger Trafllc Manager,

t ty omiulsuloners, and Oounty Solicitor. to bear. Now Is the time to take Hood's called. (Savannah, Ja.

B.XM. arsaparilla.> \ W. L. DOUGLAS
TITCSVILLE FLA. The dealer gladly announced the proprIetorship ,
-- ---- -- -- -- -
of four aces and reached out
$3 I'
Hoods's Pills cure all liver Ills\ relieve for the plunder. The other man stop SHOEEITrosAliN6.

FREEMAN HALL, constipation and assist digestion. 25c. ped him Instanter. "Why you can't 0. CORDOVAN;
&
FRENCH J.tNANCU(0 CMS. The florida (Central peninsular -Railroad
ATTORN EY-AT-LA1V, beat four aces! 'ejaculated" the dealer. fINtCA1IlICAHGAROQ.
Steamer Mistletoe "Ob yes, I can, said his opponent II pIt
MLIK':, .3.119 POLlCE.3 SOLts. '
FLORIDA. "I've got four kings and the bull's o

;eDc\ for Fire and Accident Insur- Carrying a crew of six men, drawing bead, and that makes five. That means !rcTwilARnSiiMENS I Short Lino IKcon )"lorl"lallel nil Northern INtlntw.
m the best and that I take the pot and all the rest of
strongest coram -
four feet of water, 22 tons net register, '2..1.7.11 BOYS'SCHOBtSHDetLADir
ea your clothes, and that every time I Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore
owned by John Sevarran, (the fish kingof meet you on the street in the next six 5't3.s29a2LL

Tampa) arrived Thursday morningafter months you'll have to give me a $5 kE310 lNGO L1. Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

BAY, DADE COUXTV. a pleasant passage from Tampa. bill. "
EWAN llf TALE Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Naxhvlllo, JxinUvllle, Cincinnati,
Capt. Jos. Thompson says it Is the intention Then the game broke up.-Washing .w.oCKTOIU'\AIA. and Chicago
U. S. COMMISSIONER. of her to her between ton Post. Ors One Mullen People wise the
owner run
Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Hock, Kansas City, St.
futary Public W. L. $3 & $4 ShoesAll
State at Large. here and Biscayne ((160 miles) twice a A Wonder of Coloring In Flower Douglas Louis, Chicago, !SIoux City.

""ill Selected; Conveyance4 made. week, carrying freight at same rate as The editor of "Notes For the Curi our shoes are equally satisfactoryThey River Junction, I'enniirnla' Mobile, New Orleans Texan, Mexico, Californiaand
Tapondence solicited. .Address in the trade. five the best value for the mane*. the Pacific Coast Effective Apr. :U I nt J N11Ti.
: ,
Bay schooner now employed ous" recently read a wonderful (1)) ao- They equal custom shoes In style and At.
View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, cabin bunch of in New Their..... qualities seeun.urp.ss.d.The .
She can carry twenty passengers count of a roses kept a
.. Now York Imltml and New lurk fnat
unlorm- etampe4 cole. u.ear
Office prices are en
Ewan'a Landing. and has a license to carry 75 people. York herbarium, which still retain their From Si to $3 saved ever other make. L.L ..,, eeoaa' Mall 'Ala"... JIM.kfxumlln J:(11) a. in. and ft.4M
notwithstanding the fact If your dealer cannot lupplr you*.can- bold by .Nees Everett.Savu.nal: :: ThroiiKh I Ilillnmn Wrs| for
The rate of passage will be $4 each way. original color '0 a I,, I oliunlila, anhlnKtuu, llaltlmore -
that they were out from the parent stalk I l'hlla.lnlphia. ) New York, 11<..1.." and all ;
EORGE W ALLEN, Agent In Lemon City, Louis I?. Pierce; three and one month before the GEO. B. RUMPH ,,,,, Ka>i.rn points Arrive)Jacksonville+ 10llla.ui.
and In this city, R. W. Southwick. It 1 Is years and 9-.IIII" III.e .
signing of our Declaration of Independence. ntusvllle, Florida. "uJ"'rtlllen''an between Ht AtiKu.tlna and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, calculated that she '11'11be\ able to make The editor of the paper in which '" e 5NN. ; tun N"w.r". liming can to and true Wasblii(. ,

Feat\ the run between here and Biscayne in the notice appeared, he no doubt considering I ,
.
Florida. eighteen hours, and will\ we hope, reeive it the "eighth wonder of the : I dh.ly 1.1... Through the Itsastlful. Hln

11 Practice In the United States that support from our merchants world," asked if any reader could give iiTPoor; // e w.I2..' i.wawIila: Hu Mltidl.I .riorum. kaonvllle, Psn.ariasnd K.nu a. n.

Hate Courts 9jun95 and the truck farmers on the say, Information concerning a case in which w. 4 q p for lake CIty, Live link, Maillaon. Muntliello,
other flowers had retained their ?0 TallaiuoseadirerJunctionPsn.a.vda, Mobile. .
tai
which the owner hopes to secure, as well roses or Now 11.1....".,anil the southwent Maslro, all-
natural colors for so long a time ."" 4
rye f"n.laantithel'arlan mut. Carrie: Sleepers
1 as the patronage of the traveling public. .....A- 6r
B L. WILLS P We would state that we have seen .. Arrlu.J..kaonvlll.OOa..n.
The route will be made In smooth water, .. e r -
well preserved wreaths and garlands of d .

Inside the cays, and ought to become lotus, red and yellow poppies, and other ny-,(l .- I ,"-. thorne leave.Jwka.urlllelbnLro.furatah.lfaw.l HllverHiirliiK. : ,IMaht, liaiiuMvllle, Polar
pHTSIC'IAN & bURGEON, very popular.-Key West Advertiser.The unclassified) flowers which were found '... v, '"" ? Ky, HIMwiHxl!, (.ittMliuric, Tavaree, AMiiika|
,\.\ + ', Orlamlii, lanu.hw, IMwIe I''Ity, I1ant t Ity.
VtLLE, FLORIDA. on Egyptian mummies known to have y'e' Tampa ArrlreJacksouvilletaup.m.
Walton Rapid Calking Machine, been dead over 8,000 years. The red Healthmeans e I I' i "

rAdian'net'-River Hutchinson Avenue, near No. one, W; No. two, $10; No. three, $15 poppies were but a shade lighter than x g i 0 0 f t a \ fliw'Innatl. tli anil>. iu.Horlda.Slid.vntlbuieTrtln.Mmlteil, leave Jark.aiiiivllleft Time.

hotel Tltusvllle\ Fla. those dried and pressed but a month or r r" r'a little over M hours tu < Im limall, via Macon
and in the of the yellow Atta"lI.('baltalll''ja. 'u..n""l. her Nashville,
a before, case than
much
year so more //1/ 1 1.'lawll.. l'hlraga. and all 'Nlsts 1I..b au"
The Steel strike In variety there was no distinguish 7.a q w W..I. Arrive Jackeunv ills IO:30'a. m. eiaalaKWa
. 3JSPIYWALL, able difference between those from the you imagine-serious and WZOaB"-ona. h. :_

Chicago Is practically over.McElrcc' ancient tombs and specimens which had fatal diseases result from _....._ ll lfI ti Holly 1'1'11'11'1..1.' Ht I...uls, Kansaa City.hiiaifi .
_. _. <' >. lams Jatksunville S'*" p. m. 'via.Maum .
It.\L been dried but a week. If the editor wbo ailments Atlanta .
ESTATE trifling neglected.Don't HlnulliKnalu, Holly Spring.
INSURANCE. Wine of Carduland refers to the colonial roses as wonders Mnnphli, Springerld. Nausea 4 Ity Ht l'hhngo, Hloui Cley. without
with Nature'sgreatest : J"lli: KJ"'dI-L::
THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are will visit the Egyptian museum at play change: to kanwa lily anti Ml Luis, one change to ArriveJa.'kwusili.

'f'\LLIE, FLORIDA. for sale by the following merchants ia Cairo, be will find dried colored flowers gift-health.Brownfs dune K M.sswl. lu tO s.'ii for. Tallahauee and Intermediate imlnta. Arrive Jacksonville 4 M p mait
I-.. of sufficient antiquity to excite his won.J : *. M. .YorTa.upaandnntsruetliateulnt.: fullniaii sleeper*. Arrive Jwksonf illeeJOa. .m.
Titusville: Fred S. Chaffee Co. der.-St Louis Republic.The oal If ye.of sort v ,assts rot 1I".nvlll.' ". "I"rla..hllrl and Asheville. leave Jacksonville. dally al ':*J f. at., withThro.th
A
irE P ELY, 't J. B. Screven. and generally. e*- >>r MaranT: AilaataIwoTrains l lly. Leave JackiuivUI TM a m.and Ito: p. m. PnllmaatHuwnifire
Th. 11... Tiara. kaaMed, arras, to 4tllonla.lI.ln" the Holly H.rlnKS sleeiwr, eau remain In their berth' tlDIII.W: a. ..
4 have no appetite IMIIiuan sleeper.... all Night Train.
ESTATE FIRE LIFE AND Notice.In return of the tiara teems to de. sad cut work,
of Is begin alonceiak |I r Ilea" fur Heit Inileied Township Map of Florida tu
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. note that the style halrdressing lag Ike Most rsisa.bls .
/ >Pnblio again in the ascendant This ought tobe strengtheningnedklne.wkick N. S. J'ENNINOTON, A. O. MAcDONELL,
for the Stay at Large. Circuit Court, In and for Brevard Iron Is
'ura.a11011 as to Government and But Florida : good newt to all except the divinely Brown Iron. kit.Id Traffic Manager. a General Passenger Ag'U
, County, tall woman, to whom the low of an *. A few bot.

XELBOURXE:, FLA. John vs.Heath 1 1. ChaacefJ' Inch or two by a coiffure dressed low in cone lie ear.be.eflrsq front Ike ._ __ _ r- 4
( Frank M. V>elle*and Julia f the neck was immaterial To the average Bitters are* due-at
c. Welee (his wife). jTT the Madonna style of headdress (tens ffr
by the affiiUvll of the Aptnt and woman AMA. *ad ll'e
n appearinK '
B. Stetson University that lhe de- was certainly a handicap. It suggested pleasant ta take.
fVndMt.UFrank "jTVeltae. pad Julia C.W.Ikr .
a revival of the archaic scarcely
..
.. : the **of yi year and reside" I
He Land. Florida without. are lbe over State of 'I..l1da. to-.lt: In the City: :]more in keeping with the ordinary British It Cures

and Slits of hew York. aad I :i irk profile than the professed appreciation .

VJ ***es College Normal School F Now'M therefore. WeUva'and is taora.rrf I Julia; C. W that elk*you do the.|.,_ I of Botticelli is with the ordinary Dyspepsia Kidney and UvcrNcuraljla

li \,* ;'r0 1 *"* Conservatoryr(4 to the bill of' ...,.wnt flle.1 In this. -cause*al* the I British character.-Pal1 Mall Budget Trouble, THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

H.rs, "ut'OIBrl sere. firJ.Ie :::: ; the.Rule In i.TJI"awll\e.July U lost, iwisIf the mint Constipation, Bad Blood I
t"am btelectIwy.. Hots day ; a:month.otherwise the said Wit aOl Its T......."....' freak. Malaria Nervou allmenuWomen'
"a "r ..: I eoufeseed. Patented In tU United States Great Britain and Canada.
Thoroughly ,uipped taken" .. "I will be out again to ,
,. :Iktartanej' "f 'b".I..1 Collars It M turther ordered that this Sara Mob suppose you compUlnU.Cd .
"' l' .!u f.a., young fns. lJbnp o>f stalk:: sss:: J &tt&z; ; night." remarked BporUogton's: wife only the genetae ha*crowed red Builders In the United States. ..
: I.oadingrouu. wth ail lading I with little severely. Unea oe> the wrapper. AU others are.kbetMatea. in Use bj some ot the Principal Boat

:'. '. : ,.I I'i'I
  • iiy l rhcnili-al anil weekly sad |>paper*' *l.rat.Iw.MIWt I four Woes eoaueutlve and onkred J'w('lerk'.,,1ft.. at TI Us- "I will" he replied with feeling will eend. Do.(leceuit oT .of BeenlHitl two K stamps World we

    "' '. f'-r Malta and I tUIe. .'iorlda. this lbe*'lh day of May. A 1J 1M. "unless I manage to bold better: baud Fair View and book-lree.. + ,
    \ atu.t.of MtalilUhwl rrputam A. A. sTEWART PALT1MO5EMO. TITUS VI U.K, FLORIDA
    i ..., .1 '' Iban I got last night Washington BROWN CHIMOU
    term oeii* 1..I.r' Clerk tlrwit Court ,
    I ..161........ glviay fun: infor Rubbiii* Graham. Star.
    i 801. for<:.......1.1. I lie&! I ..
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    L INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNE 7, 1895.

    : wellas JAMES PRITCHABD, reside t;W. D.shier NETT. Vlce-1'reaideDt
    -+ liD< 111 RITER MYOCATE. 1-- we believe It was because hit con. the absolute necessities of life. to do an Injury to our business IS I DROWl'f' C :
    the shippers
    stltuents did him Can residentand place a hardship upon '
    not keep fully any unprejudiced
    advised of their wishes. voter, after carefully consider am expressing my conclusions very INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
    N
    ' A WI1ILY' JOCK1AL DEVOTIDTO' TIB DBVCLor ing the situation and rememberingthat briefly.
    *tn or THE IXDIA KITE AD of Very truly yours,
    fourths
    three of the cost
    LA KB woes IBCMO1II.Bditar THE BANANA RIVER SECTIONThe J. K. PABKOTT, (Incorporated nnder the Laws of the State of Florida
    will
    the road come out of corpor
    ations and nonresidents, oppose Vlce-pres. """ Authorized capital, $100]

    ................"... WALTZ OBABAMAte ADVOCATE has received several an l issue of bonds ? We trust not. Coast Paid up capital $25'
    letters the residents East
    from on We confident small minority Freight Rates on the '
    are only a
    lat Editor Manager, CBAS H.WALTOK Average
    the Banana River, thanking us for will. Line.ST. deposits.( $300
    the article contained in last week's

    A4 to.*, hood. It is always a pleasure to OUR KIHTOllIALS OIUKCT- Ban

    GRAHAM &: WALTON: know that one efforts are appreciated I:() TO. Editor Adcoente : i1111 Business
    and it is particularly pleas. Dear Sirs:-Having heard a rumor to I ,

    e INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, ant when we are thanked for do. Letter from Mr. J. It. Parrott, the effect that freight rates have been Increased Largest and O'dest'! Bank on tli I
    Trrrsviu.it, FLORIDA.THE the East Coast Line since the !
    ing that which it is only our dutyto Vlee-1'rcslilcnt of the J., on
    do. discontinuance of the Indian River steam'
    St. A. & I. lt: H)'. l.1)Rf1onll
    There is no doubt that the Ban ers, south of Titusville, I beg to auk that '+ JAS,PniTCHAnn,W 1II.. xi."'1'1
    Peacock Inn, at Cocoanut ana River section has a great future ST. AtorsTiiE, May 23, 'I 0):>. you state to the public upon my author = of DeeattVice the National: ( -TreMilenM Hunk "i i la,k" .i 11.,
    j
    (}rove, on Biscayne Bay, will\ have in store. To put It very briefly, Editor AdeofateGentlemen : ity that In no Instance has any increase r ? BROWKBeabnanl r ck onvllle. ), W 8 C.HAH; 'ad

    forty rooms added during the sura. that part of Brevard county lying) -I* enclose you herewithtwo been' made on any class of shipments F' '- ('onnF. roxnr'IT':
    mer. They are getting ready for between Banana River and Indian clipping which have been made whatsoever, and further, that It .\ ,-- y National] Hank ve, R II'
    National Dank of Jack, .
    the rush down there. River and the Atlantic ocean, or, from the INDIAN KIVKK ADVOCATE, andI shall not be our purpose to in- ,111.
    I in other words, the peninsular would auk you If It la fair for you to crease freight rates, but on the contrarywe rJ."IrrU"rIr..LE: FL.A.THE .

    WE call attention to a very able stretching from Cape Canaveral anticipate by reason of our past relations expect, as the volume of business

    and interesting article on "Ramie southward, has a great future in to the people that the future holds grows larger, to reduce them.

    Cultivation for South Florida," byMr. store. The locality is a particularly anything In store which U unjust or un Tours truly,
    C. W. Parsons, which appears healthy one, it is remarkably fair.The W. J. JARVIS, G. F. A. EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

    on our 5th page. Don't fail to : exempt from frost, and there is i a clippings referred to are as
    read It. variety of soil. The savannas, follows."During: Hates on the Steamer CourtenuST. )-. i Made (for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread.
    ________
    which with the the
    run parallel coast, pineapple shipping season
    Ir all the people in Hrevarc are easily drained, and make splen last summer the growers had excellent AreisTitE, JUlie S, ISI}:>.

    county who favor l issuing bonds did gardens ; the high land is good service they, all have the as result good of next competition.Will year?' If. Editor Adtoratf:

    for building good roads, would for vegetables, if properly irrigated the railroad company U bound to get all Dear Sir-For the Information of your
    manifest their wishes as vigorouslyas and is as good pineapple the crop anyway, will they go out ol readers I to advise that Capt. MOo
    those in the Jensen and Wave land as exists anywhere in the their way to get It M they did last sum beg
    mer; will they stop at every plantationto Intyre, master of the steamer Courtenay,
    land neighborhoods, there wouldbe county ; and those parcels of ham
    pick up a few crates, or will they has been instructed to sell round-trip
    no trouble about having an election mock lands, where a wind break i illl make the growers haul their productions tickets between landings which that
    called, and work begun on the practicable, are not surpassed for a mile or more to the station at Fort
    be sold
    road in the very near future. : the culture of citrus fruits. Pierce, Ankona, Eden or Jensen, as the steamer makes. These tickets to M
    case may be f' If so, then every pine at rate of one fare for the round trip,
    is
    All that needed to start a wave
    apple grower will want the shell road, limited I good for day of sale only.In .
    THE proper moment has arrived, i of immigration to the Banana and If he can't get It on account ol reply to the criticism of your Eau
    River section is proper transportation being so guilty of short-sightedness to.
    in our opinion, to take up thb road criticism MBY
    which\
    how old Gallic correspondent, FOR SALE -
    he will for his
    and the' facilities, and we trust and day, mourn
    question again, agitate friend-the Indian River Steamboat appeared the ADVOCATE of last week,
    believe that will be ED"'QV.A.B.D
    want soon STXLXNG
    The
    matter vigorously. ADVOCATE i company. What vain remorse he will I beg to advise that there has not been
    cannot secure satisfactory results supplied. feel for not having heeded the repeated In the steamer rates. The The Lumber. Hardware and Paint Dealer
    any charge
    advice of the ADVOCATE, and given it a
    .
    its efforts alone. We
    by are confident share of his support before it paused out pursers of our boats were all .furnished OOOO, Indian.: : :Et.1.'Vcr, FLORID:
    the majority of the voters in GOOD ROADS GOOD ROADS!II! of existence" with copies of the Indian River Steam.
    lirevard county want the road, and boat company's tariff and Instructed'tobe
    in favor of but it is SHALL WE BOND ?
    are bonding, "People are beginning to bewail the governed thereby In collection of
    necessary that they should organize fate of the Indian River Steamboat company fares, therefore I do not understand why ASPHALT ROOF I PAIN
    s and present, the matter properly; The bill authorizing Brevard Sympathy Is cheap, and a certain the Eau Gallie correspondent should
    before the board of county com county to issue bonds, through its place Is said to be paved with good Intentions
    state that the present rates are double
    ; but what Is the remedy if this
    rnissioners. Let us do so. county commissioners, for the pur Ground In Pure ,
    section Is threatened with a monopoly as those that formerly obtained. Agents Wanted
    pose building} good roads, has bad, If not worse, than the one which Yours truly, Red Brown an d
    become a law. It now remains for ruled us before railroad building began highest Write, for Samp |
    WE have sent to the JoStPII RlCUARDOON
    Secretaryof ,
    the people to whether they will south of Daytona ?' An ocean outlet is and
    State for a certified copy of the bond not. say the thing. Navigation on the high seas Gen'l. Pass Agent. Grade Black PrlcesAsphaitum. ,
    bill authorizing Brevard county to or Is the cheapest kind of transportation ()
    'issue bonds for building good No one can deny that times are and a highway which all the combined Remember the ADvocATE, Titus catalogue. !
    dull, that money l is very light- wealth of Wall street cannot control. vile, does all kinds of job printing. Give
    We however it will\ .
    roads. fear
    tighter(; than ever known before in Work for a harbor at Santa Lucia Inletor us a share of your work.] FOE PAINTING:: : ::
    not arrive in time for this issue. :
    Canaveral, and we will have competition -
    this section. It will be before .
    We are anxious to learn the exact years which will Insure proper rates by I
    provisions of the bill, and whasteps our production of oranges i is' rail and satisfactory service. As long ae To the People of Banana River TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS, Factory, Farm and I R
    as large as it was before the great our rlverway remains bottled up all
    are necessary to be taken to freezes of last winter ; it will be a other remedies will be unsatisfactory. Sectiou. road Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
    have election called and will\ -
    an full before "An outlet at Santa Lucia Inlet, ofbetter ,
    take the subject up in our next year our pineapple men still I at Cape Canaveral Is what Come and get our prices for groceries
    issue. begin to ship in any considerable we must have beforethesteaml.oat business before purchasing elsewhere. We can Iron Work of every Kind
    quantity again. We will have to can be made to pay on Indian River save you five per cent.
    wait until next January or February again." 17'2 E. J. BURNS & Co. Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Re

    READ the excellent article by Dr. before returns, amounting to Roofing, and all kinds of
    Fish, of Georgiana, on raising] anything, come in from shipment Since our line has been open to the Pineapple Plants For Sale.A .
    hogs, etc. It is full of sound sense of veg tables. river have we not, under every circumstance Roofing Supplies, FROM

    The doctor says his trouble in the What are the people going to do given the people as low rates as limited number of Smooth Cayenne, The Armitage Manuf'g Co.
    past has been to get rid of a part in the meantime ? They have got we could possibly afford, and that, too, Abakka, Golden Queens and Enville

    oj his ignorance. Lucky man-to to have something to eat, but our with a loss to ourselves, hoping that the City pineapple. J. plants& F. M.at TYLER reasonable, rates. Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,

    get rid of even a part of it. The merchants have already extended future development ,would justify the 18-tf Fort Pierce Pinery. 3200 to 3300 Williamsburg A\c., Richmond, Va
    trouble with many farmers in FlorIda aa much credit as they can ; from losses which we were willing at the time .

    as well as in other states, Is henceforth it will take the bard< to make ? Have you In mind an Instance Pineapple Slips and Suckers.
    that they are like Hill Nye's valet. cash to buy provisions. Where i Is where the presence of the steamboat .
    They have been accumulating Ig the money to come from ? True, line on the river has forced us to Write for prices on s. 1. Cayenne, Merchant'sMetal
    Dorance for lot I these many years, some few who have not already en- make any greater reduction of rates than and Abbaka suckers, Jamaica to RIpley and Queen slips

    until it sticks out all over their cumbered their homes, may be ableto we otherwise would have done Have E. C. B. T\NDALL, x ""Spanisli
    anatomy, and shows itself in the get a few hundred dollars by; you in mind a refusal on our part to Waveland, Fla.

    management of their farms. making a mortgage at a high rate handle the pines aud vegetables tor our TILES. *
    __________ of interest; but something has got shippers In the manner which we have Fancy Pineapple Slips antI Suck *
    THE: bill authorizing the boardof to be done to instill some activity done In the past t' It Is true that we ers For Sale. viT" have three < ."",

    county commissioners of lire into business during the remainder did put on the lower river last season a Bides for 710,1014 Straight, Surf'riff a HI

    lard county to issue bonds, has of this }'ear. steamboat for the handling of pines in Egyptian Queen" and ".\bbakl\l." r Al: well a*a 1111.1 Gro-
    become a law. It now remains for At Lake Worth the projects of that territory, but the boat was put Apply to MADDOCK: MATTHAMS, 1 j i Dated TILE for rOlli'''
    the people to say whether we shall Mr. Flagter which have already; there because we had nothing else for The Palm Beach Pinery, Surface
    build the shell road. Certainly the been officially announced, and oth her to do and with a mind only to help West Palm Beach, Fla.
    which stay be made the people of that The n The most Ornament
    putting in circulation of one hundred era public territory. For Sale. v? -- u Roof made and tot
    and fifty thousand dollars later, will give employment to amount of business which we got for __i "'1u oughly storm-proot

    during the next nine months, would many of the people of Dade county her, however, did in no sense justify the Abbaka pineapple dickers, yellow Cat.
    furnish employment to many worthy as well as some who have already I expense to which we were put. I have ley guava, and pedigree Noonan straw. The"STAR" Ventilator "ALASKA'ROOFI
    people, and give them funds to left Indian River to seek employ I no Idea as to the future transportation berry plants. Write for prices to Galvanised Iron, M. guaran-
    buy provisions and other necen ment at Palm Beach, but every- facilities on the Indian river beyond JA8. MOTT, Copper or Bra**. tee all our high 4'MERCIIAT'

    caries of life, and to wipe out at body cannot ge to Palm Beach It what they now have, and I have no serious Orlando Nursery Orlando, FU. \9 "'b.oIUIeI ly tha beiit Omab..;: aeCt:: "
    I least a portion of their Indebted. is not every one who can pick up objection to such competition as mental 1'001. Durable Storm. rtlm oi| C:

    negs. due the many generous merchants and leave his home and go away you call for, except this: That compe- Sloop For Sale. Prevent. Froce. ratd.,
    ,. up and down the rher, who one or two hundred miles to find a tition means the support of two lines down draught (Incorpo

    i have extended more credit than job. Something must be done to and higher rates for both; that one line For sale, sloop Irene, iOftxllft: ; MERCHANT & CO., 517 Arch St. PhiladelphIa, Pa.
    prudence warranted. set the wheels of business In motion with all the business can afford to tonnage, 1827.100; In first-class condi ,
    tion. New sails: headroom In cabin.
    on Indian River again, and ii handle it at ultimately a less rate than seat party or trade boat of her size on
    should be done at once. In timesof two lines dividing the business. This the river. Price, 40000. Apply to
    THE LEGISLATURE great depression it is not only a has been the history of all strong lines E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. Eitabllched 1883. JAS Y BOFILL & CO,,
    wise course, but live duty of the In the United States, and your business Peter Nelson, Titusvllle, Fla., where she L.
    maybe seen. *tf BARBOT & CO.
    .WJsich adjourned last Friday government of state and cities to judgment, I have no doubt, will teach Fruit and Produce

    left behind. it a very fair record. undertake public works.A you this. Indian River Land for Sale. General Commission Merchant
    We da not mean to say that it has good road is needed from one The building up of Canaveral or St. Commission

    left to It' credit any legislation ofa end of the county to the other. We Lucie may be all well enough If men can 80 acres on the Banana river, near P O. Box 1090.REFERENCESHaneisea. -
    special brilliant character, but it can borrow the money to build it. be found with the means who are willing Canaveral P. 0.; 40 acres near Narrows *** *" f> m *! one fj I",
    made very few, if any, bad laws, The great bulk of the cost will fall to undertake It; but until these men P. 0.; 40 acres at Sebastian, on the ridge S3I f Iii : iaNEW Mo.' ftiulth, Corde& Co' t hli-aip('* t and few good one. the railroads and other found and near the railway part cleared; 40 ten* Bank of. LouUlana;; > "
    repealed very upon corporations are showing the disposition whichwe ''S i n W LunnUenUty 1r' ;
    Au John
    the ridge at the rail Ranking! a;
    acres on Woodley, oaMy
    No one wibo has observed the proceedings and non-reeLlents. Of always have to treat our patrons fair way passing through It; 5 acres at Sebastian 1:1o.o =- ww J. C., F.GainesOs.R.M.GIu Smith Co. lit Ix nls' M't x.I'etersoR :

    of the lion. HoLl'rtIor- the amount required to pay principal ly and justly, and more liberally oft river front hammock land, near tee,t la., Fruit and Produce TraiM '',"
    row and the lion W 11. Sanders, and interest on the bond, times than our abilities would warrant, SebaaUan railroad and depot, splendid ORLEANS, Commercial Agencle 8"*".
    .can deny that these gentlemen hate only an insignificant amount will I am satUfied that you are of liberal building site. LA.REFERENCE New No*. a99-S31 Foydra 1-
    IIENdY IlEXSOX, (r...al Bank New Orleans, _.
    .acquitted themselves well. be taken from our home people.We mind enough to see the injustice of such ltf Sebastian, Fla. : !Mttropolttiut Bask tLlberal: Advance mad on CoM'K""
    We have not had the pleasure of will be most benefited by the prophecies as you have given voice to, Commercial Acvnclm,
    .o extended conversation with Mr. road. and of the want Of wisdom In agitating Co

    :gaader since his return from Tallahassee Spend a hundred and fifty ortwo people into a state of mind which i I. not New x Smyrna x Liyery G, G, McCLINTOCK Exposition Produce
    but we know that he ren- hundred thousand dollar. in warranted by our short history or by the I T-

    ,dered excellent services, from the road building and the great tulk :business situation itself.I I Stable Receiver of GENERAL GOMMissiOHJERCHAn
    proceedings of toke Legislature as ,of the money will be disbursed am not writing you for publication -f": Y-4- Wholesale Vegetables I' !

    they appeared in the daily press. among our home people. Ouuide but I am simply calling your attentionto 1 Fruits and Vegetables Fruits Eggs,, Fish etc
    As for Mr.llorraw; we believe he I of the cost of procuring' and tran.. I a few facts with which you are C. I. DOIINProln'ietor. O .. I
    bas the rnarkabl record of having porting the shell, almost all the .iar. I believe you know me 415 North Front St., Ro ."M WSt..Cor.E: ;'

    succeeded in getting every bill money will be paid out for labor to iwople well enough to believe that famll.I' Hacks Meet All Trains. Philadelphia. Pat Atlanta Georgia t"" --,
    which he introduced acted upon I worthy people who need money to we any to you that we want the Consignments Solicited
    and that ho did not fail 1 buy food to interest mortgages t I' Passengers and baggage transferred to I furnished with daily quotation ,'"
    favorably, pay on to >e our partner la every sense of the Shipments! sold on arrival Checks Special attention to even
    to give a death blow to every law I which will take away their wend, that we mean what we say; and I j all leach.! parts Call of the city before, and Coronado and accounts of sales sent out each day. ment, large or small. "
    ..which he deemed bad one. If be I homes if the interest i is not paid, ,when I ny to you that your efforts as i urangements. on me perfecting Mod for market report Reference I Carload lots of Florida .ecl7

    irejlecttd any Decenary legislation, I:0: pay their taxes, and to secure utlbtJ la your editorials are calculated I' XEW SYRX.FLOlUD_\. upon I.....,.pplto.tUw uwutlou Chi from all, over tine state fruits.handled ForSt.selkTact on Special!' "come"Writ.
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    .t: AwardedHjrhest ceases for producing the fibre In a fin-

    Honors-World'* Fair Ished condition ready for the spinner At To Orange-Growers.

    DR; a minimum cost Decortlcation with COCOA ICE WORKS I ICoooa

    ramie means the separation of tile The largest crop and best grade of fruit can only be obtained ,

    bark, In which the fibre lies, from the
    woody portion of the stalks. The decorticated rJ using fertilizers containing P1.orl.da.NO'VV : .

    ramie In this state Is termed XN OI'InIL11TION.: :
    "ribbons," which Not Less than i z% Actual Potash.
    'liSBAIONfi must undergo Another 25, I"rocele-that known u degumming G. cs. ]< ] IING'] "'l.

    D0'hl before the fibre Is ready for conversionInto This is equally true of pine-apples and other troplcat fruits Manufacturer i
    textiles More than one hundred

    ramie decortlcator have been Invented Our books on Potash are tent free. They will cost you nothing to read and will >** ICE & DISTILLED WATER

    during the pant twenty years. White eon dollar. GERMAN KALI WORKS. OJ N...*.. Strttt. New Vwk.
    ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE. i
    have -- -- -- -- ---
    many shown merit, and progress ----- ----- -----

    has been noted each towards the hut the English, French and Austrian; '
    year Coronado Beach ty Refrigerators, Ice (Chests l iecrers and Water Coolers. .
    solution of the problem, It Is only within factories are unable to [get; it as require.

    I II POOlft the pant twelve months that & complete With Mr.Alllnson's machine In general
    Like Lake Worth Ice
    most other places; the country Works
    and successful process, both mechanicaland use, the Chinese cannot compete In ,
    the failure the
    of bank of Daytona; was
    MOST PERFECT MADE. of degumming[; has been perfected. mount, quality or price. The best
    M an absorbing topic for some time. Only
    I A cure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret This has been done by Capt. Samuel 1 n.I I ramie known grows In the Southern Indirectly, however, did any one suffer PALM MUCH FLA.,
    d torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulteri Allinson, of New York-a gentleman Gull I[ states" loss here.

    40 YEARS THE STANDARD. who has given this question his almost Trials of ramie machines were givenat <
    The IM>IA" KIVKB .\nVOc.'ATF.kn.'nby '
    constant study for a long series of years the Loustani experiment, near New

    -and he now claims, and has already! I Orleans[ in October and December 1J"\ most people from Jacksonville to Key HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS!
    Went' m "The pink of the F.iCoast" :allt
    paper
    the
    RADII CULTIVATIONFor demonstrated in numerous public trial, Two machines were represented, l I .
    being ready to prove It again to the Allison and another of English invention -meets with a ready silo every

    0'U satisfaction of the most skeptical that and manufacture. At these trial the week at the Coronado hotel. --- MANUFACTURED BY -

    South Florlcln. he can produce ramie fibre In a perfect, U. S. Department of Agriculture was The fact that three carpenters have

    [BY c W. PABSONS] finished condition, at a less cost than represented by the Hon. Chas. Rlcha been kept busy repairing the cottages & Sudlow

    SANFORD, FLA., May 27, 1805; sea-Island cotton can be produced for. Dodge, chief of the HIMCAU of "ibl'e albng the sidewalk south of the hotel Chapman ,
    From time immemorial ramie has been Investigation, who was also one of a for over a month now, Is an evhll'nl"etbat

    Ed.',i idioeatf: cultivated in China, the fibre being produced committee of three to decide and report most of the owners are going I to South Jacksonville, Florida.

    Dear Mr-Enclosed please find an i articir by hand labor.. The largest on the experiment The work perform have everything In good shape this

    I have prepared on ramie for the amount of fibre a Chinese laborer can was reported as being! highly lIatl"tac- enson For and

    !DVM'ATE. From the large number of produce Is three pounds a .by.l The tory.: In a letter to the "'rlterlIuhse- Our Kcnlil friend Cnpt. Denmro, Oranges, Vegetables Pineapples

    unifies I have received from all parts natives of that country and Japan have quent to these trials, Mr. Dodge say: from the government lighthouse at this

    io consequence of communications I have sent out Jnto the world many beautiful .'I strongly urge the farmers of FlOl'ltta Inlet, visited the hotel on Sunday, where -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (,-

    formerly sent you on Industrial topics, textiles, such as Japanese* and Chinese to commence the cultivation of ramie, he ls always a welcome visitor Wit
    Dealers III all kind\ of Raw; Material such UK Snip. 1'otash, Kiilnit ('otton
    J judge as much-and perhaps more- silks, handkerchiefs, etc., also the delicate not wholly for profit at first, but i to all his modesty It Is easy to nee the Seed Meal, Nitftte of Soda| etc., rtc

    good will\ result from the appearance of fabric known as Chinese grass cloth. make themselves familiar with the cultivation captain U a student His talks are instructive Hone ground: and steamed In the factory In limo different .Krlst. .

    thll In the ADVOCATE as In any Florida< These are all manufactured from ramie of the plant and to secure roots and enteitaining. JTjf Send for Pamphlets and Trices.

    )lurnal. fibre. In France, England, Austria and for more extended operations" Last season a great many son nettles
    A great portion of the East Coast With all these facts beforo us, It would!
    Germany are now many factories mam -July fifth-or as known by botantMtsmedim -
    country from the Matanzas to Biscay facturlng goods from ramie fibre, the com that there would be no further -were tossed up on the shore by

    Bay i*admirably suited to the cultivation supply being obtained from China in alemldecorticatCiI delay in taking up the cultivation of this the waves They are uncanny looking, :**

    of ramie, and there is now no reason state. Foreign governments plant. The time was certainly nevermore and we are glad to have old ocean keep MHCKjjLANDS .

    shy our people should not commence opportune than the present. In ,
    r. corporations and private Ind them off our shoie. The trophies he
    the production of this beautiful fibre. vlduals have connection with the great variety of throws of
    D in recent years, offered up are usually things beauty: '!
    Yours truly, large prizes for the Invention of successful crops our soil and climate are capable of and we appreciate his gifts, especially

    C. \V. PARSONS processes for producing this wonderful producing, the cultivation of ramie! the paper nautilus shells In two and a half acre tracts,

    fibre. The French government hall should make the South Florida farmer The order has been given for a big l"tof

    1 13d offered a prize of $100,000 and Ute he happiest and most Independent vf i
    Canal.
    fiiewoiks for the 4th of July, and the :Fronting on
    The want of paying cash crops and a Indian government $125,01)0; ) for the all the lords of creation; and with 1!O hotel will be brilliantly Illuminate Q a a 0 0

    greater diversification of Industries of Florida!In solution of the problem. This limply, acres of ramie he never need have any There 1\'llIalsC) be a dance at night, and Apply to e1
    districts
    the orange-growing "
    fears of the "wolf at the door, no matter -
    to show the esteem in which
    goes great It Is expected that many will be here
    was never more apparent than at the how often the icy blasts of winter ALBERT W. ROBERT
    the; fibre Is now held throughout the from surrounding towns, as the low
    present time, and these questions are down from the
    ip DOW receiving grave consideration and world. come swooping upon us rates given will enable all to enjoy visitto West Palm Beach Fla. p

    The fibre from Ramie is beautiful, frigid north. the seaside this summer. Excursion: '
    _____ _
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    discussion, suggested by the disastrous I
    Sanford 28th 180.;
    long, silky and strong, closely reseml May rates will be given on the East CoastLine
    experiences of the past winter. ling silk In lustre and strength. It can and on the A. A W. W. Railway t
    There is probably no crop that can be Were Discharged. 3 H. HAPPERSETT
    be used as an adulterant or be entirely; They after June 1stLowell
    produced In Florida soil that can be ,
    substituted for it In the manufacture of
    made more remunerative and with less wrote, "What so rare as a day;
    Wit reference to an Item copied from
    tine textiles. Goods like worsteds are In June." Enjoying the delightful, cool, (successor to Kay A Day.)
    R cost of labor and anxiety than ramie. the West Palm Beach Gazetteer, to
    made from it, and It forms an excellent '
    In point of labor, It Is the most Inezpei- have received refreshing breeze this morning, I wondered
    which we credit, we
    adjunct to wool In the manufacture of gave what month was the most charm. Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints
    live of all crops to produce, one planting the following letter from Biscayne Bay
    tine casslmeres and woolens Improving
    ,
    Ing here. Just now the odor from the ,
    lasting for a long series of years, and there the ADVOCATE has a large number -
    and of these
    the
    with proper cultivation and would suitable be returns -: goods.; strength Tablecloths appearance, napkins, etc., are of subscribers: dowers eptible in even the the hammock saw palmettoes Is clearly pet are Oils Barb Wire Poultry Netting c.l
    made to the soil It practically -
    :e inexhaustible. The climate of made from It that excel In lustre the BCESA VISTA, FLA., putting on style, and wearing colon ,
    best of Irish linen also delicate laces, May 28, 18U6.
    ; By-the-bye, the berries will follow the
    South Florida is pre-eminently suited to III
    velvets, damasks and brocaded of brilliancy },[fitri. Graham Walton: bloom. It Is not generally known that
    cultivation of this plant, the require- Hardware
    and finish unsurpassed by any; that hundreds of tons of her- I
    In Issue of May 24,you state saw palmetto
    menu being a warm, humid climate to your m mICE
    insure the most satisfactory results. other material-except It be silk. In Charles' Curtis and Leonard Newbold ties are now used for medicinal pui- m ,
    fact, there is no end apparently of the bound over
    charged with sodomy, were poses.
    Kamie will In a great variety of
    Milt, from our grow high pine to hammock, uses to which this fibre can be put. It to appear at the next term of Circuit Mr. John Sharp comes back from I)eLand CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, GASOLINE

    lash and in rich alluvial and muck has three times the strength of Russian Court.' I wish to correct this error I In much better than when he went

    land that are susceptible, saw-grass of thorough flax and double that of Holland, Belgianor behalf of the little boys, as their attorney away. Ills examination and treatment STOVES, and REFRIGERATORS -:;- ?- :,--?- -- --- -

    drainage.The > Irish. that they were not bound over by by> Dr. Ilicrecks has evidently convinced)

    propagation of the plant can he There are Imported annually Into this the justice before whom they had their him tint there Is no reason why he may; TITVSVIL:" : FL ORII: A.
    country JO,000,000 worth of fibres, andIt but went Scott frets health In this state ,
    his
    i easily accomplished. This Is done by preliminary hearing, not fully regain .
    is now estimated $ OOOOOOO, worth of there --------- 15
    that should,as wa and wife returned --- ------ -
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    seed by cuttings, by layering and by a is right they Prof. W. A. Sharp --- -- -------
    division of the roots, the most practical: worsteds and much more of wool and not a scintilla of evidence to hold them with him, and there Is now a pretty; I hers, life Is but an empty drl'am"-anll, The Largest and Most Complete -

    method being by a division of the rootsof woolen goods, as well as $19,000,001 : I think it Is due the boys that this statement good orchestra at the hotel-a violin notwithstanding the fact that huma Establishment South.
    .
    old mature plants. worth of silk, are the yearly Importations should be published In the AtivoATE. lutes, trombone, banjo, a magnifiten nature sometimes shrink at the pro j

    into the United States. Ramie Yours truly, of lems to be solved the true man and< & SON !
    The cultivation of ramie Is simple and piano, etc.; and with the advent i a GEO. S, HACKER
    fibre, that can be grown in this country, J. A. MtCnoKT quartet of fine singers, looked for wan, woman fully realizes the importance| of ,
    easy after the measures of
    o"o"I o"u planting are accomplished preliminary occasional can take the place of most of this, and we anticipate some unusual treats fur earnestness In life, for "the grave I II not

    largely, with our products of wool and Its goal." On returning to the merry
    months. Lovers of good
    plowing, as with corn and cotton, being LOWER FJtKIUlIT: nATI S. the next few
    o"d aU silk, equal or excel much of It In durability music should certainly visit Coronado. Iartyln the Urge offlco I thought how
    that is necessary thereafter.The and finish. much there I Is In life that I II bright and<
    average yield of the entire plant, Recent quotations show that It now SuggeKtion to halfway Ce.s. Only a stretch of smooth, white sandy : cheery, and retired happier for having

    eaves, stalks, etc., has been found to New UKOKOIANA, FLA., beach, fringed on the one tide with i a'' heard the old song under such favorable
    costa to lay down Russian flax In .
    circumstances.TITUHVILLH
    "erage about fourteen tons to the acre June 3, 189. ridge overgrown with long grass and Ilea
    I.'I' York $2.35 per ton, while the Holland
    per year, the leaves amounting to about worth Editor AJuifatf: att-the latter swaying to and fro In
    Belgian and Irish varieties are WHATJIim Ki:.
    & the wind-and on the other side with
    > per cent In Loniliana-opposite
    more than double that amount In Liver- Dear Sir-The shell road bobs up]
    Few Orleans-48,000 pounds per acre pool. They would cost in this country again. To the devil with the bell road. the surfVf the great Atlantic-the rum 1'OIIT.

    au been obtained In a year. In Call.; duties paid, close to 30 cents per What we want is a reasonable freight ble> of the waves coming up, as usual, The following I Is a comparative statement -
    very
    ornia baa his morning. What I* the excitement of temperature and rainfall for the
    as much pounds sunny
    as 00,000 will at leaft let us U.e.Nearly .
    that
    The U. S. consular report for rate-one !
    pound directed northward week ending Wednesday, June 5, \Ii189" :
    been all
    that are
    produced 11
    I in an experimental way down the railroads eye :
    flax In Is crying -
    1804 mentions as selling everyone .
    July, -ISO'S.Total -
    in one year. It Is plain that such enormous little and calling for a railroad commit at this hour. The crowd at the Manufacturers of
    Holland at tloo per ton, or a more MAX. I'N.
    yields of any crop, without BOrne than 23 cents per pound. The same report lion. Cannot we combine and settle hotel are looking for the mail carrier, : 30 DATE MAY 85 MIN.67 101:1: 73 Doors Sash lilimls

    substantial aid to the soil, must prove also places the actual cost of pro this matter ourselves. Suppose we request and WI he merge from the hammock I 31 8d fill 84 'jU ;, ,
    fery exhaustive. A very small percent. companies tocharge road to the broad esplanade, which old 1 82: \Ii t"t 711d
    the world the transportation
    uclng flax of all grades, over,,
    age of the crop Is fibre, and after this I J.I to average 15 cents per pound. 25 per cent of the gross proceed ocean keeps In such excellent condition'Ithout 3: 4:1 tI6: M 70 $8 84 'j0'jtJ Moulding and Building Material. rl
    road commissioners
    extracted the entire amount of offal, suggestion from
    for carrying our vegetables to market. I 4 tltl 6Ii tj7 71S and Wareroom
    Ramie fibre U far superior to flax In him Ofllce King, OppositeCannon
    leaves call out "I ,
    see
    stalk, etc., can be returned to We high rates sometimes whenwe Some tI6 115 88 77
    may pay
    and U capable of being Street '
    the loll and, if understanding prepared every respect, that get high prices; but when bean are and all eye watch his coming. Strange rainfall for the week: O.ll1lncbel.
    1.rt would furnish nearly or quite the converted Into all classes of goods 6Octs. crate In the northern markets that In all places alike-hamlet or city- Departure from normal rainfall for the
    a f
    Charleston S. C.
    are new made from flax. It Is the opinIon watched with minus 1'jO Incite. Urparturi '
    .
    ce .ary fertilization required. will be of SOcts. after paying the arrival of letter are week : !
    sure I
    ita rt Ramie of those who are qualified to expresi we iterest We do not know whether his from normal rainfall since January let;
    when fully grown, attains i alIellbt this eight and commission; and that will minus 1.77 Inches.
    : of four to six feet. The fibre i Is themselves understandingly on arrival may plunge the community Into Cord and
    : for picking and crates. How manyof ; Sash Weights r;
    iti that when ramie fibre can be I pay J. E. LANOI-KTTC, ,
    found ID the bark surrounding the stalk, question it will our truckers did that this year f Tin mourning; or whether he may have ilackedged Observer. (

    hich has a pithy centre. The plan produced in sufficient quantities transportation companies will make Jut envelope addressed to one '

    i (rows rapidly and produces several crop entirely supplant flax and need stop be Its i u i much or more, for the thousand of or the other of u* or not. All are anxlus Hardware. I

    J, 5 year, the number depending upon tin cultivation. There never with any crate of vegetable that usually rot Inthe and daily, at a few minute before PINEAPPLE SLIPS...... f

    h somata When cultivated In South lean In the way of over-production fruits and fields will all go to market They; eight o'clock, we watch for Uncle Sam'i Window and Fancy Glass 1 ,

    Honda below the 29th degree of latlude ramie, as with perishable will then be more careful of perishable messenger a* he come to the pottollki
    AND SUCKERS!
    --
    '<* other commodities. >= A SPECIAIrY.RUPTURE. +
    L three crops a year could always be I many stuff, and watch the market to see that In the hotel. __
    X rested'' upon; and In some years with A gentleman who recently visited th.) 'commission men do not beat the One> summer's eve with jx>n.U. thought '

    'optionally mild winters, four and New Orleans in the Interest of northern truckers out of their hard-earned dollars I wantierotlMn the loa-btat shore, FOR SALE 'I
    :
    ,
    ' '1'CII >live could be obtained. It 1 s I capital l. to investigate Capt. Allinson'i Where oft In hetxllens infant sportI
    crops III i opinion this U the only way out
    my shell In before
    day
    ;
    0T 0 't iam that Is not seriously affected bi y inventions, expressed himself regarding of the difficulty which will benefit the Tlie' gathered flashing wave like music fell Of the Following =--=-- -

    T 0r .oil'' 'Iht: standing prolonged dry *eala the question over-production In the farmers without Injuring the railroads Ite.pon.ive to my fancy will, Ii,; Red Spanish Call "be Cured i:
    "As
    > : Orleans Picayune u follows: A o'er me like a spell,
    ai better than many of the staple I New Under this present system they make dream came
    Porto Rico
    : r *i '"f the south-cotton for Instance to the market for ramie fibre, you may barely enough to pay expends, and they I thought I wan again a child. I With as much ease and certainty .1 a
    a'"' entire cotton acreage Into Clear and tweet came the tone of tin VARIETIES : Smooth Cayenne broken limb If the right IJ8JI are em. )
    'vas
    U known has destrue tu\'D your the
    ramie no ruin the formers amp are killing winter i a '
    window of the
    the
    t;'' to it such u, ramie and yet fail to supply the $300, singer through open Golden Queen, ployed. If you are afHMed and a pea I
    n enemy prey upon travel with high rate u compared hotel a* your scribe was walking on the li I '
    .DrrBi, worth that foreign and Americana tin maoent radical cure U any objeet, write
    parasite and Insect life. 000,000 with California rates; while they might each one night recently. Naturally i Enillle CIby.LO' .
    Vl' 'b has been said and written r manufacturers will use u soon as they build the state bar all they coulddo words of the old 1 song found an echo In for my book giving full partleuUi far j
    ( ai"V' a regular supply. up theriter'l heart and u the taut linen Orders now taken. All first Self Cure at home Book sent free to. ally t,
    depend upon
    ; ramie and the fact Is genentl1II Call make by
    i, and more money giving shells ,
    about this The were sung to chorus-"We gather claw and early delivery. Appljto
    work plant,
    sufferer Address
    : mderstood that the chief Impede There Is no guest& lower freight and passenger rates. from age. to age, and then we leave them I:
    such
    'that hw been In the way of th e I I English government ba stated that A. II. CARTE like a child"- slight melancholy mood G. C. MATTHAMS :Ix' "wr. s. anioo: : ,

    zt", hire cultivation of this plant for, aD i amount In value will be re<}lIlred. crept over me, only to be swept away" byties Florida Pineapple Co., SMITIIVILLE. Jeff. Ca, y. Y. i
    that China bs recollection of Longfellow' 1'.1.1of
    'r tie- uUIde wut of of China decorticatort and Japan and-pro hai, I hitherto You must supplied remember the world practically, Jitrf..a or CAIOUI s Te.1e for TT:_.. I Llf.'Tell u* not In mournful memo! West Palm Beach Fla. I1m11mL




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    THE srAKS OF LIFE. tttane 01 enemlea."Tae fclras ot prey are AUCX HEAR.
    slow breeders. Their THE RETIRED BURGLAR. i Elatsy:
    active flight makes its

    DIFFERENCES OF DURATION IN MEN I it impossible that the females should OB of the Mast-nemaekabls IMld.a s I. NEAR & TAYLOR

    AND ANIMALS. carry with them A harden of developingeggs nit Yarl.(at'" .....,. s (Successors 10 Joho

    i and in their long lives they leave "After I had gathered in what I MC4J1iIt4r| I

    behind them DO more progeny than could find In the Artesian Well ConfrJ
    dining
    no. of the BhffrtMt room"said the
    .e, thai of the HaPly quicker !
    t breeding shorter lived
    creatures retired burglar telling his JOB ,
    i and On. of the Lotiffmt the EI: ... Saturday Review. In a house in western MaMacbunetts experience : EAU CA LIE. FIR
    ptuuift-Ataottf lancet the Period
    .1 I "I started for the parlor. This parlor
    |
    Adult Life VftHo. O..tJF. THE PLAINS IN WINTER.A was just in front of the dining room ron _
    I

    An essay of Weismann charming I Jomn r ACTOM the Contla..t !. March I and there were heavy curtains between. i WINES and

    and profound and written before tbobMiiion went In carefully, so as not to mar the
    of a logical theory had oar The journey across the continent from furniture

    tied him into arid metaphysics die west to east in midwinter is very much by kicking It feeling along ##I rBEBI1Si
    for the table which I knew mast, be in ,t
    ensued the duration of (its in men and like a voyage. When one lands at 8t the center. I came to It presently and
    animals. To Paul from the overland train, it is withal CIGARS '
    PRIN
    many perhaps to most ) the sensations of found it very solid feeling with a sort ET

    living thing., death comes unexpected making port after of molding or carving ,along the edge. OF THE FINEST
    having passed tie QUALITY
    ]
    ly, with over Icebound sea of I had struck
    an Ironical indifference to the the plains. it on a side apparently eo to '

    period of the animal' life or to its bus The and so I felt toward the dining room
    uniform dazzle
    loess of of miles of monotonous until I 1 Ti ? Lesley &
    the moment The man may be snow broken came to a corner of the table, i Renakel
    only where it (
    preparing to be and then I felt
    along the
    the
    merry; bird may be sinks to Indigo shadow end for the TING Families
    swells Supplied.
    or
    a-bnlldlng, the butterfly not yet dry crests of intolerable to next corner to get the dimensions of it -
    1 from the chrysalis, when light, has for days I struck the other corner VT Our Lodgings and
    they are fallen given to the world so quick that It ]LUneli
    upon by blind mischance, by enemies sentiment of immensity outside the pane a made my hair raise right up. I knew Chronic NervousnessCould side Will be Ready by Oct 1. &jtu lM,,

    intent only on dinner or by unthinking by the moving sea. rarely matched there was only one thing they build of K. W.Washington depot and ate., between i, 11'
    microbes. Confronted such shape, and that's ADVOCATE block,
    coffin.
    by snob extrinsic There is majesty in the limitless a Not Sleep, Nervous
    accidents, men cry out after their kind of level earth "I turned my light on Jt, and it was
    sweep Headaches.
    the poet attuning an ineffectual so slightly overarched a big oak casket, one of the kind
    lam they
    j entation, the by the level sky, but majesty make now'day, OF ALL KINDS HODGES & GODFRE
    moralist preaching the that becomes desolation when square and solid and Gentlemen:-I have been taking -f
    pagan urging to the day of pleasure intimate relation seen in it had three silver bandies on each side. your Restorative Nervine for the past
    to human
    but the naturalist most be dumb. Ills A furry life. I didn't dare look in, but I felt .as three months and I cannot tar Manufacturers of
    team of
    opportunity comes with the animals horses struggling though I ought to have them handles. enough In its praise. It has

    that avoid or escape colliding fates, and sledge across load the of plains firewood, drawing a meager The head was toward the front of the Saved fly Life, Yellow Pine Lumtf

    that yet after a fixed period run down trail in the along a narrow house and the foot toward the dining for I had almost given up hope of Neatly

    like a clock. The seeds of deaths apparently L. .. snow. to some. unseen farm. room.- --- -I -.At-. .m.- .lamn-.-.. .1 u._..... AUU R_" !_lua_. wr__ ever being,: well again. I was a ,
    flours niDernaiing inrougn the IlOfOH DREMED
    have boon lying inert in the body long screwdriver oat of my bag and beganon chronic sufferer from> nervousness and

    and come to fatal maturity after a lapse Few winter fierce months for the resurrection of a one of the handing nearest the foot I could not sleep. I was also troubled Orange Box Mend,
    weeks of
    of time that varies little individuals summer sunshine; a I suppose I must hare felt little easier with nervous headache and had tried Fruit & rgrUhlc Crt ..
    among little
    sohoolhonse of enplaned doctors in vain until I used
    of the same species, but that is boards after I'd gut that one off aud into the I Nervine. your Lumber delivered at any part nt InilUn ti,J
    perched on a swell of the vast silent MRS. M. WOOD Binjwood. IlL
    on through bill of lalhllAo
    bag. I know I : ooe
    widely different went around
    different kind. the end and Cheaply I''ot'1
    among landscape; a farmhouse backed barn ing building on the East Coat,nonlil' do
    of animals. by then the other side I Dr. \ : xtl
    and up pretty prompt, Miles' Nervine wrtefor 'rrces. The Sawmill 1.iiltnattd
    corral with a tiny yard in front J.,T..t K. W. .
    R
    Threescore and ten is the natural encircled getting 'era off smooth as could be, and : ,a miles outb of 1'aUtkT

    period of man's life. The elephant will paling by a showing tawdry frill of whitewashed around tho head and started down the I Cures.Dr. Satsuma Ilights, l'utnam co.FlJU
    live 900 yellow above other side where I'd
    the borne begun. I
    but the
    years
    half a cen the snow-all these, with miles of snow got Ml leu' Nerrine la sold on a ponltlre
    tury. Singing birds and fowls and pheasants between handle off by the head on that side, and a that the flnt bottle will benefit. AND -
    pierce with
    will live for nearly 20 one a keener sense then I went at the last handle, the one All driiRKlHU It at f 1. bottle form,or
    years, but of loneliness than could any personal In the middle. It will: be sent, prepaid, on receipt of pries M. SANDERS
    parrots eagles falcons and swans are experience. In turning the last If the l>r. Mile1 Medic Co., Ukbtrt, lod.

    known.to survive their century. Some The human element {. BA 4nf1a/v".fa screw out of the handle I dropped my ,

    11 TO luruugu uaariy two ceninries. that one passes these soattr d evidencesof screwdriver. Dealer In -
    ExDeditiouslvExecuted
    Queen ants and working ants live "It soemcd to me as though it made
    for years. Sir John Lubbock may a struggle for life as in a sound ship I more noise than an iron telegraph pole
    The "sound DRY
    kept a one might pass a frail craft at sea. big money" convention .a. U GOODS NOTION
    queen ant alive for 18 years, dnrirtg all There are eagle minds which : dropping inside of an empty iron oil opened Memphis Tenn ,
    which period she continued to lay fer this solemn upon tank. I just lay down and waited. 1

    tile eggs, but the males live only a few nature acts hostility of unconquered didn't dare run. I expected a million The Southern Presbyterian assembly AND

    days. Queen bees live two or three In the voice as and a challenge; one sees this people would come pouring down the meets next In Memphis. Choice
    and
    step of Groceries
    yours; workers and drones a few months, who have built Dakota and eye Montana men stairs and from all around, and I just ,
    Although indeed waited, lying on the floor but
    in there
    one sense the death owus. Sturdy and unawed, they have didn't McIIree'e WINE OF elADUI for female di.Walton' ......

    of the drive latter them is unnatural away from, as the the stores workers of. fought' their way and wrested for themselves fact' was anybody that dropping come. that Yon screwdriver know, the Hay, Corn, Napes' Fertilizers,

    foothold
    a on the
    food so that they perish of starvation. plains. great inhospitable ladn't made noise enough to wake up a Rapid Calking Machine, FINE PATENT FLOUR

    Among insects generally the period of The level iridescent blaze of cloudless mouse but it seemed to me like the $&.OO. 10.00, and 'I .OO each In usv AT THE -

    adult life varies greatly. Many, like winter day., the; treeless greatest racket you ever heard, and it by many of the principal boatbuildersIn Ooooa. F1or1daCOMPOUND

    the May flips. dance in the sun only for aflame with color materialized prairies In scared me most to death. But when nobody the North. See pamphlets and testimonials
    a few hours the a came I picked up the screwdriverand *
    ; sexes meet, the thousand
    eggs wild flowers, the swells ..
    dreary set it in the notch of the -{: }-
    are deposited and the screw again
    creatures die be 01 autumn brown lifted
    fore nightfall Many butterflies and Into sharp buttes of threatening here and stone there and I'd just got that handle off when I To make superior hams and bacon, OXYGEN

    moths are unprovided with feeding heard somebody say: says Colman' Rural corn should be
    organs -each in its own way impresses the "
    und live only a few hours, others Imagination, but repels the in- 'Don't you think you're crowdin us mixed with oats or barley, or perhapsrye ADVOCATEPrinting
    nestling here a little friend Restores the
    for my carrying strength, quiets serveand
    many da1LLeaYlng away
    the of
    tinct of home seeking man.-Atlantic them handles It might answer at rate onehalfto expels disease.
    was the dead
    out of man
    count certain minor Monthly.Mr. a third of one of the latter to the the
    factors like the time sitting up and looking down at me. I Proof most convincing, Is offers*
    required for grow. he'd been former, and ground thus together. Such free to all who suffer. Call and! see m
    ing to a larger size and the slower Y'se. Did D no..WIth n.,. suppose in an epileptic trance write for .
    -{;}- or further Information. Bool
    or of feed Increases the proportion of tender
    growth of animals that must waste time The story often told that the late something that sort, and dropping of 200 pages sent free.
    and energy in Ion. Richard Vanx that screwdriver bad made just shock juicy loan streaking the fat, which is Home
    capturing living food, it had danced with I or office treatment Consult(
    is certain that there is an intimate connection Queen Victoria has been denied enough to start him into life again. essential to produce a fine quality of tlon free.

    all through the animal ._____...._ _.___ LL _.. quite "I wall mn soared I rif>nnru>*1 thA-- ha,. _I".m.__ _An.1__. }_,"._.nn__._
    kingdom U"'IU"U"r ,0CU 111110 Qea V n, DUI a. a die, but I grabbed my. ;; :: m n Drs. Starkey & Palon,
    between the duration of life and the matter of fact he did dance with the bag I suppose *! {+-
    instinct made me do that and 1520\ Arch Street j'a
    started
    Philadelphia.:
    reproductive habits. ,
    He
    Animals, in one queen. was not her partner, it is out Catarrh Cannot be Cured
    sense, are like the bright and fragrant true, but danced in what was known as through the dining room again and
    flowers of plants since when the cotillon down cellar and out by the window I
    ; their queen's at the ball given
    Junction is In her honor lame in by. I didn't wait to see if any With local applications, as they can JACKSONVILLE STEAM DIE
    in 1837
    accomplished, when seeds when he was secretary body was coming this time. not reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh .
    are formed, they wither and of the United
    States
    perish. legation.
    Is a blood or constitutional disease,
    "I
    The business of the animal seems to be, Jr. Vanx: was selected by the queen herself lOOmed got fIn for those five handles. It and In order to cure It you must take 4 .!> Office. WORKS.

    not to live its own life, but to reproduceits as one of the seven persons to join a pity to lose the other one, butt internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure

    own kind and the term of life at its with her in the dance, a very great was always a great satisfaction to me Is taken Internally and acts directly on
    to think The above establishment i III uncle rev
    that "
    I'd
    woke
    disposal is adjusted aocurately to the honor. In the course of the evolutions the man up.- the blood and mucous surfacees. Hall's
    New York Sun. Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.It management. We positively guaranty
    special difficulties of this purpose. In the cotillon be danced with the Our work equal to that of any northern
    was prescribed by of the best
    YVeismann and Alfred Russel Wallace queen. This statement was made by She Wilted one city.

    suggest that death comes as soon as pos Mr. Vanx: to a well known Penn yh.. him physicians In this country for years andIs @)
    There is one patron of the North a regular prescription. It Is composedof
    sible after the due number of successors nian who served with him in the Gents'
    Fifty Pennsylvania street line who has the the best tonics known combined with Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
    has been produced, I iy order that each first congress.-Philadelphia Record.
    reputation of being most dreadfully dim the best blood purifiers acting directly Ladles Goods Cleaned or m
    species may always be represented by a igreeable. The conductors on the mucous surfaces. The" perfect
    full tale of young and vigorous indiviitnaU Held to the lUblt. say he is a combination of the two ingredient Is
    kicker: and neighbors he has Dying Silks and Cleaning goods of the<
    Nttfnrml unlantlnn "loan', lei eon hlloYA say the what such
    apt. lika a con any mnnA" produces wonderful results Do not
    ---" most delicate Send
    dyspepsia. texture
    a Specialty
    Anyway he
    tractor who has undertaken to keep a that's flat." said the new woman. generally createsa in curing catarrh bend for testimonials for price list.

    window box gay with fresh blossoms; "Why" asked the husband tears scene wherever he goes, but since a.. free.F. .
    recent experience he is a little particu- J. CHENEY & CO. MAIXIIARD BROS., Prods
    each plant must be removed almost before gathering in his limpid blue eyes. lar Props., Toledo
    about his conduct on a street O. Send ,
    car. -
    its flowers fade. "Because confessed the breadwinner He Sold yonrPRINTING No. 13 Newnan St. Jacksonville. FU
    boarded
    ,
    a crowded car at-well, by druggists, price 75c.
    But shamefacedly "there is
    our present concern is with the a bargainsale some street between Ohio
    and Seventh
    fact rather than with explanation of the down at Cuttem's, and they are The

    fact Taking the needs of reproductionas selling the loveliest spring trousers ever Ing on aisle to the was straps.filled with He stood persons for a hold. A new luxury In the vegetable line Is W H GLEASON & CO,

    a master key, we find it unlocking sven for 11.08. I thought I had got over in the doorway and second now on the market. It I Is called the away,

    the secrets of inequalities of Ufa The the bargain counter habit, but this is I hose within. The conductor glowered his at Spanish odorless onion; Is imported from ATTORNEYS IN L VND CASES
    placed
    May flies live only a few hours but something I cannot resist "-Indianapolis .
    land on the shoulder of the bad tern- Spain; varies In size from six to twelve

    their eggs are produced abundantly Journal I pared man and said: Inches and In looks closely resembles But keep the TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED .
    have only to be dropped into from
    pools
    Meiiofiuitri Memory. "Pass on, please, and don't stand in the ordinary onion. Tbey are sweet AND PERFECTED.
    which their
    parents, leaving their chrysalis
    sprang into the air. The Cardinal Mezzofanti bad a memory the doorway' and can be eaten as apples at any time
    sunny
    abort lived moths and butterflies similarly little short of miraculous Dr. Russell, bit The disagreeable man turned his heada with little fear of an offensive breath.eUI'S Money ,on the ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND KZ
    its and snapped in
    biographer says that the cardinal return:
    untroubled y-.r-
    are
    by family cares. spoke with the "Po,,'& get gay. Stop SURVEYS OBTAINED.
    greatest ease SO languages your pushing,
    When the eggs have to be deposited on I'll WINE OF enDUI for Weak ti.rvea
    common and abundant food plants the ; that he spoke fairly well 9; or report"The Defective Homestead and PreEmptionEDtriel

    females need and possess few hours in hut be used occasionally, but not unfortunate man, while making East Coast Corrected and Perfected.

    which to accomplish their task. with any fluency 11 more; that bespoke his speech to the conductor, did not ob- Tired Weak, Nervous Claims adjusted before the Department -
    easy
    imperfectly 8, and that be serve that a woman was attempting to at Washington.
    The males, on the other hand, have to
    fly about seeking and sometimes fighting could read 11 more. Taking, in addition pass.L. h out_ Like. many. .others. ,A he_ thought_ Meane ,..,norllnn--r and nv..r..nrlr' -' 0" By the Correspondence solicited.

    for possession of the females, and the number of dialects he used sue car can iiuppeu for mm atone. pus too.nluch-- n--on brain and body.: giving EAU GALLIE FLA.

    to them a longer life is tJlotted. Butterflies some so diverse from the mother tongue his crabbed remarks were cut short by The only way to cure Is to feed the

    and moths that live ts to constitute>> a different language an energetic shove from the lady passen- nerves on pure blood. Thousands of

    than a few days are those whose for caterpillars more Dr.! Russell ssys that the cardinal was aer. She thought his cutting remarks people certify that the best blood purl- ADVOCATEA Pineapple, Orange and Lemon

    master of no less than 111 different Ian. wire aimed at her, and in a high pitched tier, the best nerve tonic and strength
    require a rarer food plant a nages[ and dialects. His German voice she replied: builder Is Hood's Sarsaparilla. What It Land For Sale, Cheap.I .
    more carefully chosen nursery and feeding wan ha done for others It will also do for
    "You
    ground. The femtles 10 excellent that he was taken for a na are insulting, sir and very nn- have pineapple
    have to fly you-Hood's Cures.Nervousness for sale 80 acres of
    about seeking convenient spots for their the of Germany while his French and gentlemanly. I must get out and if yon loss of sleep loss of share of land on St Lucie river, a few miles below -

    offspring and the eggs, instead ripening I English were equally pure. Dr. Tholnck are Dot enough of a gentleman to allowme appetite and general debility all disap Eden 40 of which being nortn**

    and being deposited simultaneously heard him convene in German, Arabia to pass I shall do some reporting. pear when Hood's bareaparilU Is taken quarter of northeast quarter of _don

    are laid from day to day until the Rnani h., Fleml h. Eturliah. Latin. ThA had tnniriArpH' man tried. tn- Avnlain persistently, and strong nerves, sweet 18, township S8, south of range 41 cut,

    full tale be la Greek, Swedish and Portuguese at one and apologize, but the woman br-'h-j;; sleep, strong body sharp appetite and Your Job Work the other 40 is the northeast quarter
    accomplished. .
    ,
    tribes of bees the male their many of the pope's receptions, and afterward past him. All the passengers heard thetmarks in a word, health and happiness follow of southeast quarter of section

    but and play part liexaofauti gave him an original poem I and witnessed the incident, and the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla.The township S3, south of range 41 east
    once, that the
    during nuptial in Persian the disagreeable strong point about Hood's Sarsaparilla The above for fIt 1
    of the and left him to take a lesson man looked truly land can be bought
    flight queen. Immediately afterward in Cornish. Be knew ashamed.-Indianapolis Journal I Is that they are permanent, beau per acre. It is suitable for pineapPle'
    several of the
    they die or shortly after are killed : e they start from the solid foun )..-< orange lemon lime
    American or growing.
    by the workers. The secluded in Indian languages and nearly station of purified vitalized and enriched
    queens
    all the dialects of India. HU Viral VI.IU"It blood. Will be sold In lots of 40 acres for;
    the middle of the hive
    produce crops seems very swampy along here," ash. This land will soon be worth "W'

    of workers year after year and so their Tb c:....*.| Trak observed the.New Yorkerlooking lan When taken r.A11 per acre.
    lire a Into the stable, Job '"
    are prolonged. "Do yon know the count actually ad. nidly out of the car window. "How VorlE..
    tired and he Apply to C. H. Walton ADTOCAI
    Among the birds and beasts muddy sweaty ought to
    parental dresses her in .
    public as his treasure much farther I le it to CblcagoP""Yoo'Te office
    have brought stand to hay at first be gently bathed In ; or to Robbins A Graham. TJtn
    cares length of days with "Treasurer Ills English Is a little been in Chicago half an artistioullpgottenup. vlReaUBBEN

    them. The small singing birds are rapid off. lie means luTt.tmena.indian.. hoar" said the conductor majestically. i warm water and then rubbed with cloths

    breeders, sometimes producing five or apolis JournaL "Good gracious I I don't see any resi- till thoroughly dry. .
    sex: nestlings twice a but their "
    year dl/nee.
    Pore rich blood
    is essential to good
    enemies are equally numerous, and despite Caffarelli thongbt much of his "You must be nearsighted, sir. I can health because the blood Is the vital SAtlsf: notion

    the constant attention of the male voice that once when challenged to see the dwelling of one of the oldest fluid which supplies all the organs with t .'

    and female play such havoc with the fight a duel he refused on .the ground families in Chicago not half a mile life. Hood's harsaparllla Is the great a

    young that hardly SO years will a that he had no right to expose to any away. blood purifier. LlLtrLLlltoocL

    pair rear up young enough to maintainthe risk the life of so great a linger.Th. "I-I can't see it at all What's their eAnsy .

    species. Birds like pheasants and Send UEI
    ?
    name Hood's PiUs are purely vegetable, Your
    slashes
    fowls are still more prolific, but old or openings in an outer "Mn krat" turnileits, effective, do not pain or gripe.
    garment to show the one beneath rders.:: I
    aud young like are preyed upon by a mol> were 1ia. my HuU"-Cb1caao Tribune. STfEE ,
    formerly called panes. S.y
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    tt r tAlLOR DREAMS ARE I nOTELS.! II I "INDUCEMENTS" TO RETAILERS
    CHAT -- -I
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    --
    ( --- The Trunk Line.
    Good: and Valuable ArtlrlM 01... Fa I Tropical
    the Prlre of tha anode.
    \l1ilt4r. LOCATION OF VISIONS THAT ARE HOTEL MELBOURNE '
    Oowntto Horn.W j"I',: "Something will\ hire: to bft done to
    IN SLEEP. ...
    ate n BEHELD .r tr discourage 'inducement to reUil ,
    I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.
    : MELBOURNE, Indian River nOR IDA. .... ".,.. ;... declared a wholesale] ] grocer. "A good ,
    . FUuated 11..4 Boothpn V..tt.tMt rJ .......... ... .-: pure food It\v: could do some good
    Open all the year round. Gou FUliIng .- '- JOSEPH II. DUlllvm lloeulvur.suThi .
    -. Attempted Z.pl..ttoa-.80m. Thwe Imlnrrmpnts move the cnpldit; I

    .110.1.0,. |.terpr.Urtfc.s GIn. by tha Baplonf (2.50, and Hunting upwards.and lachtlng. Kates I wcSi >f. tl t$. of the rotaikr and the consumer suffer

    A.... Proprietress, Mm I. M. GAUD.YAILL'S by having Impound upon him Infer to -" -- -- -- -- :o./I"TII -
    T'' T"M* '" *:rr..t A1T U. ,t.-
    "
    adulterated] >
    Special. Feature at (Coronvlo1<)(t. or poods So > 1_ .I3: :" .... :JW. :.
    that dreams --
    Scientist etplaln are "What do wean by Induce .. .. -n r [ '
    you
    of our waking thought erate rates Mill\ comfort no oiilenUtlon 7"Tho :::. .an' mMWp y. ci kl ,. : : : :' i: : :I 4 M p m4Mpm, .. .. ... .
    reflections! FLOATING HOTEL !good llshlnj;, good rooking. Write mcnta . .
    111111" 10''maII .. . .I"I.th .. .. 411 aUnpm
    !j action! We who dream know I'll 1 for tci'm*. prooer Inndcd: ta the Inquirer i a ... .. 11M" Mp liiflTaUOt ... .. .11".11"11100" . 31\1111n a imp' nil 111pnM '
    We know that deep brings viiL At the Railroad Wharf nt -- -' handsomely Illnatratud card ou whicl f 01\ a II 01 aI .. (''''0''''''' C'II .1",".tI..n .. a 4' ... p m'' I m p m24.1pm
    HI
    of places] and things and people TFOFBISCAYNE : : .: :: : : J2Vat ; .. : ;; ;. :: :::: : n : : : U ipm
    not West Palm Beach. HO I BAY i were the words-: : : 1.1 to a It siia : : : .I.I. rlK, 21* p in 11 Hi amI .
    .. . . .
    wen, but of strange, weird im 1t141. 1u111 1.' 1""r..r.1 "" tt pin ID lit an*
    of
    ,e bare that mortal Free from Fleas! and MOII< lIltoee. Sea "Free with 600 pieces Jolloppy'that's 11'.' ,. .. I nn P m2i ..
    i happenings our ) : =: t:1 .I..I.an.I..I\ : : : :
    in< Food a ( not the name) chewing gum the .. : | inI : ::
    'ei saw and meditations nevenjectored. bpcclalty OnEVT OBJECTIVE POINT .. J4ti4I1 1"'I'IAr ""br"rol. .. .. . .1." I 'II. '" "I'mtll|i) .n,, '
    never E. E. VAILI THE Honienceker bandiomu full gilt clock here picture .. .... t .. .lrl..I.. .. .. 4. III'' USA m .... .. .
    Prop \\henjouget at a cost to tha retailer of (J-that 1-l .. .. . 4""AH SI'I ... . ... kl....."".... .. .. .. ... "' ''' 10 M ni' .. ....
    Tbe Bible tells of the interpreting counftf --- theie Stop at you get (5: worth of gum at retail and .. .. .... .. .. 1110 aft IK)I .. IlItrloo.. .. .. 1..1.11 00 I' ''' .
    and ancient experts divine PALMETTO HOUSE a |3 clock all Tor *3. . ::: :::: :::: 1 : m' : '
    'cording to principles believed] now in dreams unknown aretellers x The Lemon City Hotel, "If the manufacturer stopped achewinft : } : !dL :. ; { i ::::JYiEir:1H: m: m m :: .

    DJ M!!8 wise jeers Daytonn Florida. ---------... !gum, the demoralization to :Mon. KID! 1 him If HI pin fTIKK. : . I"rt T.I'. .. Arlt": : p IK 1 Inlirn' aniiflnn.I '
    of future events, of good and the trade would be slight, but this R't anil r rl S (in p in Ar .. ...., \\.", . .I.y I in"no pin \\ ...1.111111 r--
    'lock the dreamer, whose sleepin, At Lemon City, the terminus of the is stimnlit] \\_t"l. ami H" t mill am Ar .. .. n I U J pill VVril.. ill'!Oitr.
    to Uloit
    I something for nothing :: _.:.:..___
    JUrI wore filled with visions of delight, Rooms without boird, during the Hack Line on ltlscaiio Biy Airy ed n'l along the lino. It is bad enougl Ilia 1. .lit'ko."yn.= Arl: tI'.'1' "I.... I. .h,."...",I''. Ar 1 .I..lit'ko"ItI. \rtIUAI 11111'1'
    with phantoms of horror. summer months. Apply] to rooms, comfoi'table boil*, good tvbli-, 1 .:"t.rl'rl..I.., KllaI IIJ1.I.; l I'.hllk. ,\rI4:11'I.1, : | : ." ur. 11, .Ir.\r! 11'1.
    mayhap MKS. DAVIDSOV term rCB8onabo.I ] In various linos of tobacco, but lu tin 1I/l1'\'r\ Minn I ; 4.iaI II g: : Xnn >: tro I ;:<\: i g'I: \ : : :if
    :
    Proprietress. : : : :
    his :
    Tbe sage: Abracadabra, in immoi Hue of ground spices and coffee it Ie : I Ijiirailed I: 7 1 "a p V inn nnl IT: : : :
    on the signification ofrfaml. I r Good tailing and hunting In theneljthool'hOt"I. 'IIII.Ar, TltiiM III* I.. 17 IliaN 31111.\r| lm> .>im I.v 1'1'1.1' 1/1'1': ., t"'"
    treatise host of wise and absolutely pernicious. It's a ]lucky ron 1.' tjaikiMim lie.\r : K IV: I Iin 1.\.1"t i k...",\ lit!A r, I '''I' i 1M : .-IIfI..,'

    Itty conclusions!, say among: "It a is fortunate to HOTEL CARLETON I). M. < OVVOLLY, Piop spites snnier now that or Rita any any goods genuine that may grouiu txcheapinedbv tutoplv l.4'plT: : MonnKi Hnnfitnl A A 1 111'1'1 I. i't::: i iII I1il I"tka"..t:1: 4 nip:: t 111 I liipll:|:I \r'f'"r"al.\t I i \ :::

    : 1 : Inktomi I I.., UI/II.Atli.t"f''nl./ ... 1".1 jvp: \ I ..
    but unfortunate to Lemon City, Dade Co.. Flu.t ] l.pr )
    Im f ream of little pigs, mixing Mustard 1IIIIIxII.Iwith 4MpAr Mai-nn I .', ;/ 14.1)1) .V ,.'.111 ." U4JiII | A''I"Ar T.*.r>-. l.v"'I...
    ream of big bullocks. It may occur Jacksonville, Florida. RT\\dust and made hot lu tin : 'i Ar"I..h..f.I.1! 9.\I\ Arllr.'ko'lIf..I.. KM'It I M4'>pAr| rliloraihi.... lTr 1.,1 ...
    ,..
    .
    for Inll 1' II II' *'* II ;"'I' .. .IJ"'" ..
    ) the feeble] intellect groping cans mouth by the addition of cayeuue pip

    ,nd effect that this can be explained] by; Ouno.tite Poftoflice. t HOTEL COQUINA x por Bo it is with othnr things 1"11)'. I 11..11)' U""I't 1I".I"y. ,

    . he K,If evident fact that "little pigs' "Here's a catalogue] of a nianufactnr .ln. ilnnil JKrnrrr tlirnnich I'lillnmn Hiiffit fUrrplnsTurn\ ; lH'l...ri>n \rwork and TJIII|>....
    rrat. re harmless] but "big bullocks" anK er who nnbluHhingly ]labels his bool Trl''lnn It anil .' -ThroiiKh I ulliimn HiiiTei IU" phi.: un Iwtwtvn "hll'l"hRlla,," Tampa.

    liana,, opposite.'If Under New Management, 'abRoute] ],. pure spicis. There are about W. ii. (irMV n. n .vhn.iIpnorml : .\.
    iintnr
    .
    I dove you dream yon have lost a tooth H-ORMOND.BY.THE-SEA- 150 different articles named' in it all ( ""I"'r..It1"t.| drnrrnl llvwiiKtr Aifrnt.

    it lmalaiki
    rophetio. Indeed the logs of a molar] or Open all the Year. -- FLORIDA. in grnattr or lens quantity Among the

    CO.F]; D Incisor is to be deplored, and perart inducements are musical boxos: firearms Jacksonville

    euture tho first premonitory twinge of Coolest and most plensintly] ; located furniture of all kinds, stoves ,

    .III exposed nerve has caused the dream hotel for the summer months, Thoroughly bUMMEU RATES: ts.OO.1.00 and sewing uiiuhiiion store fixtures sliov

    S Bat bow explain: : ] "If yon dream yon: Elevator] refitted All modern and elegantly Improvements.RATES' \ furnished.. *10.00 per week. cases clocks cyclopudius] bicyclus, blb1; St. Augustine

    house is ou fire, you will soon have new carriages lawn mow erR, mackintoshes.
    :-*2.50 to $)10:; per tliy.
    from a far country," and "to dream of Special by the week, and to Commercial] SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are crockery, rugsilvnrwaro, watches am, & Indian

    clear water is a sign of grief?" Men. Specialties at Ormond. clocks gold hondod canes umbrella R.iver

    Perhaps the modem system of interpretation Duly hotel that the electric] care pass and so ou up to delivery wagons and

    'ONes may be summed up in the to and from depot. By For Circulars] address two seated carriages. Here's the indnceuient Railway.llnir

    terse aphorism that "dreams go by con CRAPO & LeVENE lu the lust naruod: !J wfc.WZ&. .
    ,
    trariea." So if yon dream of receiving SEISER & YINING Managers With 750 pounds ground Iplcell,ab. \ T..l>lr In rffrrt AI'rIlIlVnoi. 181(8.
    money you will likely] lose it; If you Proprietors.ST. solntely] pure, any atmortraent of allspice .

    dream of kisses, fond and sweet, you ORMOND BY THE SEA. muhtard gingor pepper, cinnamon All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustlno, Ormond and

    bare blows in store. "If you dream of: AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. cloves, etc., at 25 cents pound, Rockledge. -

    the dead yon will hear from the Hv we give one of these carriages free. In
    liu ing." other words 750 pounds" of spices au. South Bound. North Bound.2:1. .
    MRS B M ANDERSON
    It It more conducive to comfort of: COLUMBIA HOTEL the carriage all for $187.60.' :\" x ::0.... I N I Ii.

    mlud on the Whole, to return to the "The drug trade is afflicted with thi -- : 7 Ix..3:1: "; 7A. --
    i.. .11I'ko"i\ii ..:: 0 ''M' //lII': : I. W 1'.1"1 I"'h l :
    indent sages. Abracadabra may again Centrally Located on St. George Private Boarding House same sort of tiling and perhaps to a. Ar tit. A"IC""lIn". In I -14'1' .. I.. Ith"'r. .. .. .... 11111 hI'' . .
    daEN be quoted as declaring that the "mos I great an extent as the grocery trade ::: .. I : :tI": : r..i : : : .
    Street. I:: rl' :: : : : : :: ::::::.
    fortunate of all dreams is to dream thai I There ought to be some way of headiui I..t: 1'.lalk.. IIti. 1..AIo.I... .. .. .. .. 71.fi .\ ." . ... ...
    yon are up to your neck in mud and Ovei']looking Old Fort Marion and Paik, it off. "Indianapolis News.

    mire.itand"naked But, in again the,streets"to dream is a sure tbat sign you and rolling a full breakers view of from the the Ocean piazzas.and i Everything Modern and Strictly First- LEGAL INSANITY. ::,: : ::-7. :. ... -<:. tg i :L L : g i : 'M'I: ; ?:

    I,!. ..... M..I.... ., 9"' .: __ I.. tI, 1.111... . 911 a... 2 I .. .. .. .
    of trouble] distress and perplexity. Class. --- Ar I1rlll..1 ... .. 13311 I' .. .. .. .. 1..1\.11"011,,,". ... III." a hi II ''''I' .... .
    fros Not to be wondered at 'sure, even in a Should "Incontrollable IinpulM" lieu I.. I In,....." .. .... I.. "'lOtn.. III M. na ::1111' . ..
    Beautiful Location; One block from Criminal Conviction 1..l1rlll..IJuno.. .. .. .. .. .. .. I.. .:.."U.III.. .. 111M a ,,, 1111" ...
    dreamt I W M, TEAHEN Proprietor I.. lI.yl.."" .. I "I I' .. .. .. .. I.v U..kl..II{. ... .. .. .. .. \I ", I hi T 4/11' ... ....
    Here, Let us go back still further and con Bathing Pavilion. The New York Law Journal reoentl]; I.. I'.r' IIr."II" 11 r.. I' .. .. .. .. I.. c........ ..... .. .. .. .. 113'1 hi 11'1' ... ...
    e 01 than contained an editorial article] iavoriui I." S.. tlIIIH".... 1:1.: I' e.., a .. .. I.. C'Uy 1'01"'. .. II :IIt hi A I".' .. .
    nit a much older authority Abraeadabra Gas Electric Bells and Webb Avenue, C.... Itcach, 1..lIltk 11111. .. . I/WII'/ 7:11': a. I..TII".I\I.\ .. .. .... .. 13"T I' 01 '4 1' .. ....
    BooLiulta -the wise and learned Tyroacophornns. perfect system a modification of the test of Insanity I.VTlt".tII" .. .. 2:11I1': "'1/1 a l.vlI..k 11111. .. .. .. .. .. 1 4 I' In II...." ... ....
    list of of Sanitary Sewerage. Ocean Grove, New Jersey. criminal cases. The ability to distingulsh I.. 1'\1\ 1 ,lnt .. alMll' 111'1/\/ 1.:0.: .. tllllym... .. .. .. 1111 I' hilt 111'1' .......
    He gives a long significations aDd in ret I.y ('.M.... .. .. a liT I' '" :., I.. I'.re Ilra"K.. .. .. .. 111'1' JII .... .. .
    embracing almost every known -- between right wrong 1..R.M'kl...,II" .. 3111' "' 311 a 1..II..n.. .. .. .. .. .. 14.1'01 .. .
    and flowers and erence to the act committed and to I.. .:au 1.1\1.: \ .. .. IH I' 1 'IIII' .. .. Arllrlll.'I.. .... .. III ... ...
    tree
    plant, vegetable, o. II. voss. is stamlnn] Iy tI.rn" II'" I' '::112 I' .. .. 1..lIrn..1 .. . ... .. .. .. .
    it
    fraitg. To dream of a leafless tree is ilign know that was wrong a I.. 1\1..I\MOIIrn.\ .. a II:! l' I :10'1' .. 1..lIr..I.Io,,"!.. ,.. .. .. . ...
    I'aJYE of great sorrow; of a tree without of mental capacity required in New I.. tit I."." . 1121; I' :/lII' Ar .:a..II'.I.tka.. .. .. a ::11I1' '" ..

    branches, despair and suicide; the yew York to render a person him.responsible for I:: :i II.: ::: : :: I .I t.::::::: :::: :::: ::::::ITru: : : : ;:-

    and the elder mean sickness to the crimes The Law committed Journal by in favor of I:: :::::' :::: ::: : I: :: :: :. :' A-I-I.'k.: ....... .. =:., p----I -

    young and death to the old. argues I.. All.... .. ... .... .. I..I. .:..:.:.-:.: aIM :.:
    'For maiden to dream of stripping grading punishment according lu tin I.y 11001... tI."n.... .. .. .. J: }I..lh.II... .... ... .. "Til I' ''' .
    a TITUSVILLE, mental condition of offenders who 1111\1; I.y W. .'U..II". ...7'1'1: .. .. .. AI' III. AIIII""tI".. .. .. .. I' '" .. ...r..
    the bark from any tree is a sign of losi I.. 1I1"'l'r.' .. .. I.. tit. A"II""lIn.. T'MI, ::10 I"" .
    of character declares the hoary ok Indian Rivor.Fla. be "partially insane. Mauy alicuUts, Ar W )'..111I ",,' .. .... ArJ..k..n"III.... R I""'" 113111' nl .. .. ...
    Dr Allan McLane Hamilton
    including .
    age for a married woman it means bereavement -
    "
    new Indeed Tyroscophornns di do not recognize "partial insanity A. & W. Branch.
    is either or -----
    nteelern saying that a person sane
    Tides his significations according to the Iml'TIi IIOIISII. NOII'fll IIOI'SII.Il'fAT .
    wbiib the mini
    insane. The state in
    KI and condition of the dreamers. Tbm O. II. VObS, ---
    ] to its judgment, bu ';: ; II'rATIOS".
    acts correctly as
    to a man the stripping of the bark portends !
    MAXA;;WII -- -:.:. '"--c.lijiii: iJ 2S-tvr': :
    an increase of fortune. The lime .. C-IXK9s'rX".11 .. l'\f"
    which the mind cauuot master, is not I..k. .. Orllnll" C'lt, '

    :e the tree elder means tree a voyage Is auspicious across and the the ocean fir,, Open All The Year. recognized in many criminal courts,. C: (r.c.; = ::: :Z : :: .. 'r ; ;:: : ::

    becauie it has been fouud that the excnse
    tbe'Dd tree more so; to dream of the oak per of irresistible] Impulse] led to too All train' ilallv tw>Hn JIM kwinvllln ami Ht Anirn tln".
    : ::
    ::
    tends long life and prosperity-fitting IralniwHithui AUKimtln* run dally I tionpt HuniliijrV

    it this, decidedly] -and the aah tree foretella Only a few minutes' great a number of acquittals] in cast ..*.eng"n on tralni 23 anil. Ts hi" Ten 1Hlnul.. for lunth at NrwTt M."ru.. .
    walk from Kali way stations where defendants! were really guilty of;
    a long journey. and Steamboat landing :t l U> h<> the tlinf it hlih tralin may l' ml tnirrlt I ml ilnlitrt r'
    Only limited by the number of known serious ufleimea. III. r T.I.T. : ,in lint' tholr arrival 1 fir ilrpurtiirti at tha: tlmM itatnl: In nut ii.: ni .
    *. deal with xiiinllj.. |. fur .. .nulnn tli".mliirinJ. .
    ihrnbs their Tc In civil cases it is easier to the t" 4pan'IIt..lo1lt..lf re | any ilvlvy or *uy comiriiicni
    la are significations. On tbe binks of the whose mluds are so affectw II. IIUITT, JOHLril III!'IIAKIIMON! ,
    dream of dock leaves means a present 01 far-famed Indian Hlver. persons VI <*.I're.lot.l ,>&. U.n'l l'a.M-HB Agrnt.
    that they cannot come to correct con
    possibly] only a visit from your country .
    Natives. Of artichokes we are told thai UJ.\TDEB. NE'VV .A.G-EJ.\2ENT.: elusions a* to certain subjects. The in.
    at stake frequently less important
    sues are
    they signify favor from an unexpected
    and it is to learn whethtti
    possible
    ,
    ouroe. Sorrel means the approach oi .
    S.I. calamity which will require all you and prosperity To dream of fruit ol ThMkrrmj on Job Paul "OD_ a particular act was done under the Inflneuce

    wnrage to face. Of the sunflower, the any kind out of' season means anger "Traitor if yon will was M. Johi of the delusion or mental weak

    loved of the aesthetic, a deep wound tc without reason, which is a rhyme at all Paul Jones, afterward knight of hii new which affects the person concerned Send jhe "Advocate" some of your Job I

    Tour pride.If events.Emma L MoLagan in St Lonii most Christian rnajt*.!?'s Order of Wer .
    fialate t Oar FlaIn
    Flr.t Forelca *
    a fair maiden dreams of daffodils, Post Dispatch. 4t, but a braver tractor never wore isword.
    the must, alas, mistrust her lover t He juiberon bay there was a great orders and will be satisfied
    till bear watching. A sad fate with Tb* Other Kind. Such were almost] the last wordi French fleet under the command of Admiral Printing you ,

    hich to burden the innocent po y. Not long ago a well dressed woman traced by the baud of Thackeray, and La Motte-Picqnet, and from bin

    DI Heart's ease means heartache. Lilies, entered the savings bank in a western they show the astonUbiug misconception Paul Joues obtained what be claimed to

    Jy, to dream of roses brings happy love towu and told the clerk] that she wished of Paul Jones w bich prevailed ii be the first foreign salute] ever givei

    not unmixed with sorrow. The fragrant, to deposit some money to the credit oi the mind of one of tbot justest men thai the Amercan flag It is true that tbi

    modest violet, whose perfumed petal George Sampson.Recognizing ever lived. Washington was a hero even g01'8rDorof cue of the Dutch West India

    live sweet odor without stint, it seen her as the wife of a man to bis enemies, yet Washington bad aotnally Islands bad got in trouble the year before -

    and< carried in dreams, bring* sorrow of that name, who already had an ao- held] a communion in the British for saluting the American flag bni BOAT WORKS

    ud evil to the unwedded, but the op- count open, the clerk rightly guessed army, while Paul Jones could saj La Motte-Picqnet's was undoubted); FLORIDA *

    Mite, joy and good to the married. that the money in question was to start to the American cong-eas at the close of the first direct and unqualified salute] .. ,

    I "iter lilies appropriately portend danVn an account for one of her children. the war: "I have never borne arms under It was not obtained without some address

    from the sea. Yellow flowers betoken "Is be a minor he inquired. any but the American flag, nor have 1 I as well as boldness] on Paul Jones Melbourne, Indian River, Florida.

    lealousy Of fruits, pomegranate is the "Well, I guess not!" responded ths ever borne or acted under any oommission part, as the alliance between Franc

    **t To dream of this rosy fruit denotes depositor indignantly. "That's something but that of the congress of Amer aDd the United states was not then

    lappj, marriage to the single and peace we've never had in oar family ica. This singular] distinction againsi signed, but when the French admiral e;
    quarrelsome couples. Green yet I And if Georgia shows any lean In Paul Jones extended to the whole of the, agreed to salute] be did it courteously] ,, PQ

    'Between mean embarrassment, but dry ones toward it when he gets old enough-heain't feeble naval force of the colonies. Soldiers paying the compliment of having hii .-o-4......

    aeau money to the and mirth to but 10 now-I reckon his pa can were treated from the beglnnlnf guns already manned when Paul Jonei .-_ C) -3g

    Che wealthy Quinces poor indicate pleasant] tell him yarns about mines ezplodin: as prisoners of war while until Pan sailed through the fleet-Molly Elliot c::> ( =,

    XHBpany, and lemons tell of separation.To and shafts fallin on top of folks" that'llsettle Jones forced an exchange of prisoner!I Seawell's] "Paul Jones" in Century >'

    dream of aloe in bloom betokeuijee him qnicker'n a wink( -Youth's upon equal terms American sailors wen :::

    > cy. Without a blossom, long life. Companion. formally declared to tw "traitors, pirate Tbe rampadaar Kali. cd =
    TIll broom flower means an Increase oi"oily and felons. "-"Paul Jones," bj A minor comes from Paris that parted s:
    OIB(* Tree in hair is not to be the fashion much Ion
    Beawell
    Elliot Century.
    ,
    and the delicate anemone is aI1gn Molly s en > c::::
    full bearing is ttif) the
    An orange grove in ger, that even, more trying ""='
    that will soon fall in love or pa:
    be made love you to. To dream of asparagus one of the most delightful sights the 1>1aIDODd C1ItU... pomptdour surrounding the face ii .9 '

    III bunches it from the eye can witness. Tbe trees are a beautiful Not only is diamond cutting not .I to U the tbiug If this be so, Ultln for co"

    lDarke, stalls, as, is one a sign buys of tears, but 11 shape if left as nature made them. specially high paid occupation, but iis I a return of the rats, those curloui U3S3 2S =
    III it Tbe limbs come nearly to the groundso one Involving a most bnmiliatinf: abominations of our mothers' time ovei 13 c:":) tr.Ic :
    your dream It growing .
    c' :ana good fortune.yon Cauliflower see is bet- close that an orange picker goes no system of espionage to tho worker. Each I which tliti hair is brushed, will ouot ;.,;) cr.t::

    tet to der the tree flat on bis back and often man is held strictly to account for th eat than oi It signifies I
    fben to dream that all cuts 100 oranges from the tree before becomes stone be receives on going to work lathe I back in this fashion it is to be arranged 0< c:::;;:
    it in dreams
    you see your I picked, aDd the oouut has to U, 8 blgU al .
    'w friends will for no worss out Oranges) are never morning, in the shape cf a figure quite
    drop you but are cut off with shears having a carefully taken when the unfinished I the back of the bead, and the Psyche
    Mon There than poverty. spring between the handeL] An orange work is turned in at night to be locked I knot, which has been with us long BOnt.... hauled out and Repaired at tho lowestOH.

    are more disagreeable signifitions _- that has no stem on it is considered op in a safe against the return of UM, enough to become modified I into quits Prompt iUtentioii nlven to onlern.KntimutOH .

    To dream to of dreams vermin than a pleasant sign of on sick- "cull" and is not packed bra flnt clans workmen the next day. The poMlblUUeIof I a graceful: arrangement, will have to go. tjivou on nil kindn. of bontn..

    Ponioua (Cl.) ProgreM. theft are great, though a dishooesl j
    the'CelebrattdWOLVERINE]
    IIW& I packer for
    have found this true in my own Agents ,
    ipetleoea To dream of serpents, falss"tad. carnival season Is the most highy workman knows that an attempt would to brio dispose Kepler firmly believed the moon to the Coast of Florida. t
    ,,, abont A falling rain The la most Italian of an nnfiuUbed stone j: be Inhabited. lie always spoke of tin ENGINE for( East
    you. esteemed holiday him wherever the "
    attempt
    | suspicion upon supposed people of that orb as 'he
    'Wells tears and broken a qnarH it bears resemblance
    eggs
    cities. la many re-ipectt was made. New York Alwrory. "
    .
    Relenites. ROSE.
    A. T.
    Eggs unbroken denote cood luck to the Romaa Saturnalia. .









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    8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JUNE 7, 1895. _


    OP Tim no A it i) 01 B. It. Wilson, J. Wills, autopsy 20 00
    COCNTCOlJ.IISSIOXrnS.: L. C. Oliver, lumber 13 43 Highest of All in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gor't ReportBaking THE GRAHAM i

    P. J. Hall, work on court house fi''00 ROBBINSi&

    W. II. Sharpe road work. / 158-\
    County Commissioner convened this R. I). Hoke, It. 13 O'Z
    the 3rd clay of June, 18'r:>. Present. W. F. T. budge, M It o oo $25,000.00.
    It, !Sharpe, chairman; J. Mendel, J. J. Carey, road money Eau Oallie 24 :U

    Houston, U. D. Hoke and F. T. Judge. E. J. Burns, road work.. . . 2 (0< gooyal LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.
    On motion, It was ordered that J. Mary Futch, pauper. . . 600 ,
    Mendel be temporary chairman of the Chris. Padgett, . 1000 Powder
    hoard. Wm Anderson, , 6 Of
    On motion, \Vm. K. Sharpe wan elect. E. Sparkman, . . 5 00 We have for sale a large list of carefully

    ed permanent chairman of the board. 8. Bean, . . 800 ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties.
    On motion, It wa ordered that the Lhaa. Jacobson, . . 800
    tax assessor be Instructed to notify every Mack Haydon, 400E. --- ------- --_. -- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
    tax payer of the county by postal can'the L. Brady for Rabaguy, pauper 8 00 Lint
    amount of his assessments, and that L. Eufala, pauper, . . <400 Lotus. In Mcniorliim.. To John Hetlicr- Canal and Transportation Co.
    the Hoard of County Commlsuloners will B. Thompson daughter, paupers 20 00( Ington.Low CANAL LANDS
    not hear any complaints of over-assess .
    ments after their meeting In October, Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Mra. Green Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A; Key West Railway Comp, ,
    18OT. Eau Gallie. will leave for the north some time soon Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co '
    the lamp of lift was burning and other Low Priced Land "
    In the matter of the petition of Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ramsey visited Flickering swept bj adverse winds,
    Williamson, et. at., for the location of a the beach 'Till life's steam to ashes. taming Money 'to Loan AL.l\xra-y& on :
    for Hand.
    on the
    in
    Saturday
    new voting district, It WM ordered that Mr. O. F. Paddlson returned last Mon a dip Led st last to blackest crime.
    surf. At Ten per cent, in 'um to tuft.
    from his
    day to Tenneaalone.Dr. .
    the territory embraced In the north trip Oh, how great WM the awful blackness,
    boundary of laid precinct be on section Brown, Editor Oslln and Judge )Ir, and Mrs. N. B. Osteen left here trim and gaunt the despair) Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

    line dividing sections 24 and 25, town. Ely, of Melbourne, were in town las last week, for Palatka, where they will The Down night looked wind*the hoanely pitying whispered start. Titusville. Florida.
    ,ship 20, south range.33 east, beginning week. reside permanently.
    at the Atlantic Full many a life that's lived Is wasted j
    ocean, thence running Notwithstanding the hard times the Many: without hop have lived and died; -- --=
    welt along said line to the line Rev. S. F. Oove will preach next Sun ...
    dividing |Is
    36 and 87, thence south along said range day morning and evening at the Baptist people here seem to still have plenty of freely But God the help"-Tcup the suicide.tasted

    line to the Sebastian river, thence along church. money to come and go. Atiri BILL, Fort Pierce. Fred. S. Chaffee & Co. ;

    i said river to Its mouth, continuing east Capt. R. P. Paddison, having spent Mrs. Calvin Thlgpen and children, and H
    across Indian River on the section line, the past ten days very pleasantly at Ean her brother, Mr. Sam Osteen, left here ,
    dividing section 20 and 20, In township lathe, returned to Titusville last Mon for Palatka, where they expect to spend
    30 south, range 31) cast, to the Atlantic day evening. the summer Genuine Bargain in Heal
    ocean, thence north along the Atlantic 4 TIlE CORNER DRUG STORE
    IMate.No. .
    Capt. Bennett left Wednesday Mr. C. D. Provost Is having quite an
    ocean to the point of beginning; the morning -
    on the house-boat Rochester for extensive addition made to his store,
    same la hereby located a district
    voting
    which adds to Its 1. Twelve acres of hammock
    Titusville where he will haul the boat greatly appearance.
    to be known as district No. 19 that sailboundary '
    ; about 300 feet
    land
    There are more Improvements at harpes postofflce -
    line shall be the out and paint her going on TITUSVILLE FLORIDAWe
    line and
    boundary back to
    In Lotus this summer' than ever before. front on Indian River, runs
    of said district; and further, that the Mr. At Ford'a cowsrfed caught fire county road; haa apon It a house of six
    present Mlcco postofllce! shall be the vot from a smudge last Thursday morning. Mr. G. Ronald, who has been on a trip rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000;
    ing place of said dlstilct. It was further The cow had a narrow escape from down the river, returned last week. Mr. barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a try to keep a fuO stock of
    ordered that the clerk record the above roasting.The Ronald visited a number of places while grove of 600; large bearing trees, In fine -- Pure. Fresh Drugs of Best QualityPurdy

    boundaries and make publication of the Melbourne I Eau Gallie away, and says pineapple shipping will condition before the freeze, and will soon Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very Important matter
    creation, as the law requires.The r.nt gun commence in a week or two. He has a recover and bear good crop. Remainderof
    bond of.J. M. Sanders, for Justice clubs shot a Melbourne I low fine place here, which ho Is putting in land cleared, and Is of best quality for Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper EtcEc(
    of the peace, having been examined and !Saturday, resulting In a most disastrous good shape. vegetable farm. This property was held ,
    defeat of the Eau Gallie team.
    found sufficient
    by the board, wall approved and accepted Judge Minor S. Jones, of Titusville, Died, at child Brantley of Mr., June and 4th Mrs., the Rufusttuait twoearold firm for at $9,000$3,800! one; $1,000 year cash: will and sell J,200 today We run our Business in "Up-to-Date" Methods.t'r -

    The bond of Charles L. Nichols, for came down to Sarno last Friday, to attend with convulsions or colic. Its may remain on mortgage. This Is a Special attention to mail orders. We will, try and fill your wanta by mai
    ,
    justice of the peace, having been examined to legal matters concerning the death was caused,.we are Informed, from most desirable place for a home good just as wjcll as If you called In person. All orders for goods In stock shipped MS
    and found correct Wall acceptedand estate of the late John Green. location, close to postoftice school, clay they are received. We want your trade.
    eating some raw, green corn. The family
    approved the
    by board.
    The report of the County Judge for Dr. Lansing took a trip to West Palm hAve the heartfelt sympathy* of the com church bare, etc.land, and alone in a Is nice almost neighborhood.The worth: the. -----

    licenses having been Issued examined during the and month found of May correct work Beach on last his Wednesday new store,to which hurry is up being the munity.Mr. E. R. Provost left here last week, price asked Read! Read! React! "! !

    was approved and accepted by the made ready for him at the town. I for Atlanta, where he goes to have his No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house

    board Mrs. Wm. II. McIntyre, of Cocoa, and I yes treated, which have been quite bad of eight rooms, artesian well, large por
    The pay roll for the May term of the Misses Brady, of Titusville, were in I for some time; he will then spend the tion cleared, etc.; adjoins hotelpropeityat WRITE TO THE
    county court for |:JO, to be paid out of town Wednesday of last week with their I remainder of the summer In North Sarno, near Eau Gallie. The land
    the flue and forfeiture fund, having been I here In the fall In alone la worth more than price we quote
    wheels. Guess they are In favor of bettor Georgia, returning
    examined and found correct, was ap- roads at some [, aces. !time_ _to start his gardens._ His brother, I $2,250.: The owner refused! $.)1,000 a year L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO
    proved and accepted by the board. The Mr. Ed Provost, also left here for North ago. Jle must sell without delay, andhas
    eel tll1catel, as by the above report, havIng Mr. D. R. Snell and Miss Kate Alice Carolina. We do not expect to nee him authorized us to take 2250.1250. ,
    been turned over by the treasurer Poppell were married last Sunday, the return. cash, balance may remain on mortgage.

    were burned by a committee appolnte,11.y ceremony being performed by Justice No. 8. One hundred and thirty-six Jnob.scn:1.v1.11e: F10r1.d.n,
    the board for that purpose, the com Wm. It, Roesch. The wedding Will very and 85-100 of land at New River.
    acres If you are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain then
    but Bob'a lends
    for
    mittee private, are laying
    conslstl.ig of F. T. Budge and J. Fort
    Pierce.We Tbl'ee-quarterl of a mile water fionU Special Low Prices for cash with order. '
    him when he to town. We extend
    Houston; the committee having comes
    report Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and
    ed done ao, were discharged. congratulations. 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Don't Miss -
    On hearing the petition of C. K. Mad Dr. llughlett, of Cocoa, came down are enjoying beautiful weather at range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to tht
    dux, It Is now ordered that the order of last Tuesday to attend Mr. C. T. Ver. resent. whole tract, or less than $7.50 per acre; Manufacturer.
    this board hitherto made, to-wit: On beke, of Sarno, who has been 111 ever or we will take $10 per acre in forty ,
    the :5th day of June, 1804, establishing a since I the sad death of Mr. John Green, The Rev. Mr. Jordan held service acre tracts. We believe a purchaser Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,
    public road from the railroad crossing the sad event having proven quite a here, Tuesday night, to u large congreatlon. can sell this l.tnd and double his Hear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main and
    at Haideeville to land of W. 1'. Moon, shock to' Mr. Verbeke, resulting In an ; money as soon as steamers beginto Laura Streets. ZJf Send for Pocket Memoranda Book
    bo rescinded as to the land of Bald C. K of and the canal next
    attack through
    nervous prostration general Quito a number of our citizens left onthe run ------------
    Maddox, and that portion of said road debilitation. It is hoped the patientwill excursion for Palm Beach, Wednesday December. We own this land ourselves -
    which runs across the land of said C, K. be' around In a few more days. night. but need money to develop other
    Maddox be the lame is hereby dises enterprises, hence offer it at a price E.Groceries L. :se... ...:cY.,
    tablished. [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Capt. Roy McFadden returned on which will Insure early sale. Buy this

    On rehearing the claim of W. R. Job printing you need.] Wednesday from Melbourne. He expects laud and double your money. Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer.
    Hay
    Sanders, which was rejected on May 7. the Queen In any time with a large
    18'M, and the complainant having shown cargo of pi lies. No. 4. The north three-fourths of ,
    by the opinions of the comptroller and southeast quarter of section 7, and of I call the Attention of the People of Indian :River to my Stock of
    attoiney-general tiled with the board St. Lucie River.Capt. There was a very quiet wedding at the lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south
    this day, that he I U entitled to receive residence of Mis. Depew, Wednesday of range 41 east, containing 150:> acres. Staple Ac F'jinoy Grrocericw, Frail

    5 the sum of 70.80' the amount claimedby evening, the Rev. Mr. Jordan officiating. This tract line a large frontage on the And Food ProductsOf
    him, It Is now ordered that said former B. Hogg Will up at Tltusvillo Her daughter Ruth and Mr. C. Smith, ofthis St. Lucie River, two miles from the rail- I All Kinds. Also My Stock of
    older btt rescinded, and that laid sum last week, attending to court matters. place' were the contracting parties. road crossing. Price $13 per acre.

    of .>70.80 be now allowed and paid him. Messrs. Kitching & /rink report doing No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
    On motion, It wall ordered that L. 37, south range 41 east, containing 77
    Eufala be put on the pauper lint, at #4 a very good business, notwithstanding For Kent, a Itrlck Store. acres, This tract has a quarter of a Ground Food and Wheat.I .
    per' month. these hard times. mile front on the St. Lucie River at am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: : the above line 0<
    On motion, It was ordered that Mra. Dame Rumor says there will be a Do you need a good brick store, in an Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre. I Goods.[ I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and sold;
    Betsy Thompson and daughter be placedon excellent position In town, and away your patronage. Very truly
    the pauper lint, at #10 per month, wedding in Waveland ere long. Who lethe from wooden buildings If so, call on No. 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, 33. I,. rnt11DY.
    each.It young lady t Robbins & Graham or C. If. Walton, fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton

    appealing that II. Eyer made application Mr. Walter Kltchlng, with his trade- ADVOCATE office, Titustillo, Fla.Do Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut ---- --
    Grove. Price This
    the buaid for $3,000. price may
    to a permit to
    boat Merchant, has been In thin vicinity but If will to &
    kill or capture a manatee, or lea-cowl seem high, you try buy any FEASTER IPITWISCH rSuccessor
    for board several days lIe reports doing a good You Need n Clear Factory land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good ,
    being satlsfiedthattheinterest science msincsa. location, you will get your eyes opened
    on Indian Kitcr ? as to prices asked in that section. This
    will lw subserved by granting laid permit to L. A. Coleman
    ordered We understand that Mr. W. J. Dyer tract is the only desirable parcel we
    therefore it that the
    kild; II. hyer; be, granted was a special permit bal made two shipments of pineapples I have at my disposal $150,000 from a have left fronting on Biscayne Bay I Wholesale of III
    prominent' Philadelphian, who wishes to The asked will\ and Retail a FLORIDA MEATS kinds
    price fo.OOO, yield us a
    under 4J08 Nation 1 and
    2 3
    Chapter already, and they were no small lots, establish a cigar factory somewhere In fair profit, and we are satisfied that Dealers In
    Florida kill
    Laws of to
    or capture one
    Ither. Florida, provided be can get up a corpor- nothing similar can be bad at a much
    manatee, or sea-cow, in llievaul county, I ated who \ Orange and Vegetable Growers,
    : will furnish $150,000.:
    company higher price. This tract will\ no doubtbe
    but this permit shall only extend to the A Fourth of July plc-nlo Is talked of
    There are to be :500 machines for the sold within few weeks.
    killing or capturing of cue such animal. for this community. It will\ probably manufacture of cigars.: a La Grange, Fla.

    Jl'MS!: 5TH, 1W:5. take place at the House of Refuge, on There la ten dollars saved on each No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres
    Board machine from hand labor which will be close to the depot and post office at Mal !
    the Honorable of Commissioners --
    To -
    County the ocean beach. It Is an excellent -------------
    3,000 day extra from the abar. Large house with upper and lower
    lirevard CountyI : per regular:
    late.The.
    made from cigars by hand labor. veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; in
    "lI1l11ake a complete Met of lIectionlIubdh.tttlou This fair beautiful river front lawn 1 DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
    and Waveband Sunday school had avery manufacture will employ about 700 repair, ,
    In form
    maps manner etc. Most all the land la cleared; 100 I .
    ands. What can Titusville do for
    board pleasant lurl.rlaon Sunday last
    like the set shown to the by one large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.
    his ?
    Wilson, of Yolusljt county, and a blue by having a nice library presented to Itby WILIIH R. Vou\o This w'lit make a nice home for anybody.
    print, lithographic copy theiefioiu, and Mrs. Cha H Howland. We Good nelguboihood. Price only t12:>O.QO.
    appreciate 43J: West Beaver St.,
    bind them In substantial book form to'
    OF ALL KINDS. & Co's
    be completed on or before the 31st day her gift very much, with many 1G ,2 Jacksonville, Fla. NOTE::-The above description will Francis H, Leggett
    lauks. Waveband can now boast of enable customers to locate the several
    of December, 1803, for f3.O.OO; platting --- ------ -- -------
    every section where there has been more having a good little library. properties very closely by examiningone Fine
    than two sub-division In any 40-acre lot of the J., bt. A. & I. R. li'y com Grroceries.
    or smaller sub-divisions, up to the first We are Informed that Mr. J. Cleveland pany's railroad maps, but lII'e11\ be I

    day of June, 18U3, Including all pUtt bas sold some fine land Just west of his pleased to send special maps on a large Fruits and
    towns. K. B. UiHCiiricu: home, to two gentlemen from Washing- scale, on application, to parties who Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all kind

    According to Chapter 4113, Section 21, ton They Intend clearing up some of mean business and Intend to buy, If they
    tlud such
    Laws of Florida, which orders the County their land this summer and planting It tSTAtMSHED rf can a bargain as they want. CROCKERY GLASS AND 'lISW ARE. -
    Commissioners of each county to procure JACKSONVILLE FLA ROODIXS GRAIL.us Co.,
    two lithographic maps of the coon In pineapples. One of the gentlemen Is Titusville Fla. :7Agents for Williams A Clark fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.

    ty; therefore, It was ordered that the a doctor, and will\ practice his profession ,
    Very
    above offer of Mr. liurchtlel be acceptedand in this section. --------- Truly, :DtUOli C5 I1oiwtor.

    he authorized to make two such L. a:. MVNN Prmt. 8. O. VANLANDINGHAM. &M, Trmu.PHCENIX .
    maps.A The death of Mrs. O. O. PoppUton, of

    permit was granted to W. J. Dana rotadam. occurred on Saturday last. MILLS LUMBER CO., :RICHARD W. GOODE JAMES T. HO60.

    to carry a Marlin repeating rifle. She had been sick only a few days On Iniunao if
    The consideration of the Kockledge TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Notary rublio&
    road is deferred to July meeting.On Friday evening Mr. Poppleton telegraphd Incorporated October, I8W-8uocHor to K. Kantoa A Co
    motion, the following bills were to Palm Beach for a physician, who Florida
    Real
    ordered to be paid: arrived Saturday morning, and at once Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estate Exchange

    Houston, County Com .$ 1300 decided it was a hopeless case. Several Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched ,
    W. II. Sharpe, . 9 00 of f lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and cover and cypress tank of all sizes _
    Mrs friends
    It. D. Hoke . 2660 Poppleton'ii were sent :jy:: Write us for
    made a* called for. All Kinds Of MOUldi S Turned Hid Scroll! Wort descriptive prWe llat.
    a
    F. T. Budge , 6 00 for, but before they arrived she breathedher ,
    J. Mendell . 6 40 last, about 1:30 p. m. Saturday. She Specialty One of our firm I* a contractor and builder of many year*' experience, POSTomCE BOX 1OO. -

    J. Inquest, Daugherty 3 00 was burled on Sunday morning, at 10.30, so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construction MELBOURNE Brevard FLA.
    A. A.. Stewart, accountant. . 13 00 Rev. Mr. Jordan officiating at the funeral and building of all kinds of private and public edifice on reasonable terms and In Co.,
    .1. >< clerk of board 8J: 00 the mont Call and
    ervlcea. There satisfactory manner see u* before purchasing elsewhere. -
    was large attendance. .
    a
    J. E. Bowman, sheriff 7900 -- ------ -- -- ------ ---
    Deceased was a loving wife and a good Correspondence and Patronage Solicited
    II. Titus, conviction foes . 73 00
    christian worker In this
    A T. Feaster, county treasurer 400 00 community.
    Her loss will be
    felt.
    1th, R. Sanders, com. u assessor 70 80 greatly Lumber
    A FULL LINE OF and House Materials +-
    H. Titus, prosecuting attorney 00 Od -- Building
    Electric Light Co 9 00 A Few Wools from Michigan. ,

    A Duren, T, Feaster Feaster, county, merchandise treasurer. 5 4 00 40 Chaa. A. Killer, writing u* from St. OPTICAL GOODS at : t* Sash, Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Nails and 1 1i

    U. I). Snell, deputy sheriff 900 Louis, Mich., says: "Pleaae find $1.50: ,
    W. It. Roesch, inquest, J. Green 3 00 tq renew subscription to the newsy i Builders' Hardware
    A. ClevelandJ regla. officer 1041 DVOCATE. 1 am always glad to see .1..N'TIIo.-r' 131;05
    U. eputl sheriff 8 45 come to hand. I have ,
    ,Robbins Graham, att'ys fees 10 00 purchased 20 acre of land at St. Lucie; THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE FLA I Sized Framing and Kiln-dried. Lumber a SpecialtyG. -
    W 1... llughlett, nied. paupers 8 M) and an I want to know what Is going on I .

    N. Oliver, dying grate, pauper 300 In the Indian River country, 1 cannot do Watch Clock and I F. PADDISON, -
    ADVOCATE: printing 27 00 better than take the ADVOCATE." Jewelry Repairing. I \,
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