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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00135
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'TIS NOT IN MORTALS TO COMMAND SUCCESS BUT WE'LL DO MORE-DESERVE IT. "'

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" 1. 1O. No. 19. :i -- TITTJSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY' JUNE 14, 1895. Price, 5c.




OCAL NEWS, Head This!' Column Carefully. I -Mr. M. E. Gruber now occupies a : -Capt. Herman Fischer has left for Capt. Mercler, of Cocoa, Is In town today A nlntn'p (.ioIP.

position at Fort Pierce. Tampa attending to Insurance business
,
General Interest. "
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of SF Advertisements
Topic! on thin (first)
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page are ten cents per line per week, and' -The Rev W. T. Veale has been In -Dr. W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa, gave -A Cocoa correspondent has something In the divorce suit of Rowrna M.

are continued from week to week unless Jacksonville during the past week. us a pleasant call cstcrday.) to say about bachelors anti our Truitt vs. James G. Trnltt, the Master

Lund General Oonslp In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on girls on 8th page recommends $:.100 AS counsel fees for
L Indian Blur and Lake Worth sea. any page but the first, are five cents I -Mr. C. J. Hector of Melbourne, hasbeen I -The Right Rev. John Moore, bishopof
I,mine put week.. Brief. mention. of line each Insertion. per In town a day or two this week. : St. Augustine, was In town on Tues- -Mrs. Julius Feaster and) son and the plaintlITs attorney, and the Court

e Lr, lln* Events. from Varlona Fart I Mr. Ronald of Lotus tins day. laughter, of La Grange left here yesterday reduced It to f 100. Truitt Is a general
Urotjan: ,
M World| About People Tou Know THE EAOLK Ciorimo STORK, In the I on a visit to friends at Indlanola. merchant at Buena Vista, Biscayne Bay
people You Don't Know Picked. ADVOCATE block, Titns\ille, are the I been spending a few days In town tills -MM. Q. Stewart, of Coquina: has The suit for divorce was brought by the
Lour Editor. week. been In with Mrs. A. A. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
clothiers town
leading stopping
Society on the East Coast of I defendant In Jacksonville\ where she III
Florida. Give divine service on Sunday: next, the 10th
them a trial. Stewart this week.
-Mr. S. II. Happersett has been on a now sojourning.
I IWIIF.RE I Inst., At (" 11'1at 10.30:: a. in., and at
couple of d.ijs'lslt to Jacsonvllle this Good roads Perhaps by a little
to etop. See list of hotels on week. I close scrutiny yon will find something Meultt ntll:::JO p. m.

our 7th page. I II -We acknowledge a pleasant call from I about this subject In our columns this There was a Fourth of July meeting Information Wanted About

I week. held yesterday, but up to the hour of Oranpo (Urnte, '
Bishop Wm. Crane of Orlando
-Fo Gray ,
VERJNDIAH TWENTY cent discount all cash
per on going to WI hall received no report -
afternoon last. I Mr. T. E.: Burns of } Gallic press
Friday was
purchases. All goods marked In plain .UI '
of the procwdlngs.Miss CIIICAOO, li.i., June 10, (1 ir:>,
figures. Compare our prices. The There was a dance at the Opera ntownadiyor so this week, making

ORCUUllOHotoc Eagle Clothing Store.A I house last Saturday night, but we understand : arrangements for the schooner\ Manatee Amino Eggvr,. left bore yesterday Edihw Aili
the attendance was rather slim. to; carry the goods of Dr. Lansing to afternoon, on a few days visit to I h \\o an rndU'HS numltcr of questions

FULL line of Munyou's Homccpathlc I West Palm Beach, where he will open a friends nt ('01'0.Rn,1 ]{o<-kh Remedies atClIAFFEE -Mr. and Mrs. John Carey, who spent coming season, and It has struck me that
drug store. i to return In time for the o wr-
expects
could IlIfol'l1mo
IVER & Co., Druggists, several months at their Eau Gallie home, l lossibly you through

VOTE Titusville, Fla. I have returned to Rochester, N. Y., for I -Mrs. L. C. Sthujler and Mr. and etta and play, which takes i pUce h 1111Tueslay the columns of your worthy paper how of
were spnrod. My ,
many groves grove
i OM I ff the summer. I Mrs Geo. Do G. Sihujler, of Canaveral, evening next. allot 400 trees seems to be tho only ono

I iota In the latest styles, at Kline's. -Col. II. J. Tiffin, who spends his : were In town a few days this week -Mr. and) Mrs. John Gonde and their that my friends and I ran find .which

1 Mrs Schujler Is having n new residence throe grandchildren, of Melliounio, will\ lit'sr this season A letter from Mr.

a I it S '? I t7 DKFI blanks IOc. each ; $1.00: per 100, at winters at his place at Courtenay, is !built, and Is anxious to get Into It as passed through Titusvillc, Tuesday en A. K.: Itogue my manager at .:Krcildonne
lr Nor!_ R.Y the ADVOCATE office. now stopping at ills summer home in I says that the trees beginning( to show
route toMewnnnre Tcnn. where Mr. T.
s fi Montreal, Canada. soon as she can. a June bloom. I bog to suggest that

PIVEAPPI. CRATES now In stock. -Mr. E, W. .Amsdcn Ormond's well II. Knight father of the children! Is you Insert a few hints, ntqiipstlng thoso I

182; G. F. l'ADIIJ"OX, Eau Gallie. -Miss Ethel Humph, after spending known faucy poultry raiser, was In town studying mod UI no. Mr. and Mrs. Goodo who have groves that will\ boar, to glvo
?PARENT TO ALLEY several mouths at the Southwest Vir- \ Soul their names and ImMtlons.Business .
to North Carolina
I Wednesday and Thursday. He gave usa 1I'1ll.III'II'I\\oly, go on
Virginia Institute, Bristol, Va returned here In all line Is pronounced
Foil first class shoemaking and repairingcall : pleasant call while In town, and) said from :Suwaiiooe.Jtatiiitt. dull.

| THOUGHT THEY KNEW IT ALL. on J. A. Daughtrv at Mr. Nolle's home on Saturday last. he Intended purchasing all the palmetto Very sincerely yours,

old stand, Titusville, Fla. -Our correspondents must try to reduce Cultltutlon. LAWUI.NCK: C. MUOIIE.Tim .
11..,, we never advertised, we thqught we berries he could get on the East: Const
their communications to at least
new it all, -
this for north.
bin i am took a sudden lump an' pushed COAT and vests In Pongee, silk, surahs, half.a-column, as long articles frequently season, shipment The aliove article caused quite a run snxrriti: : KMOIIT

I row'to we're the wall knocking'round; the world., our percales, duck, etc., at a reduction of crowd out matter from other places -Col. D. L. Gaulden had the misfortune on the ADVOCATE of last week, and we
mtunnallMil, 20 per cent discount, at the Eagle to severely sprain his left arm on ANTI> "ALONIVOn :
lierauM: we knew to much-we never ad- Clothing Store. along the East Coast. sold out every copy. We have had I
last little before o'clock I
ItrtlMO.Mural. Friday a one
numerous applications for more copies,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master
evening next Juno 18th
Tuesday
advertise In the ADVOCATE lie was attempting to gain the rear IItl'pof ,
the of the latest
following being one :
WE!: now have money to loan In sums to Claude have been spending several days Capt. Rice's two-horse hack whichwas at the Opera house, Tltusvlllo, will bo

suit an approved real estate security. In Jacksonville this week. They left on going up Julia street on Its way to "pKKsKvriiAME: 'IIIIII'' Co., LTD. ,roditcod "'fhe Sl'l'Ctre Knight," an opl'r- t

,.' JOB PRIMING at this office. Send Graham in your Co. applications. Robbing & the early train Tuesday morning, and the East: Coast Station at a rapid pace, "Nkw OIILEAIM, June 10, 'Wt. etta of one net, lu which largo numberof t

The ADVOCATE be had at are expected home about Monday.Mr. but there being another person on the ll"'M" (Graham: ll'ofrun: now and fancy; continues will bo woin.

reven'a drug store may and Mrs. Emma NAPHTHA LAITNCHFR. A. T. Rose, Mel A. L. Bruner, writing us from step at the time, the colonel missed his "Dear Sirs-Please forward ono hundred The chaiartcis in the olnettlare use I

n', news stand, 5c. per copy. bourne, Indian River, will build any Hlwassoe College, Tenn., says : "I do footing, causing his arm to be jerked copies of the INDIAN RIVKII; ADvoCATE follows:

kind of steam or naphtha launch, sail not want to miss a single copy of the suddenly with the above result! of Juno 7th, IS'1.1, and send bill for Ttu Uraml.Imk. . /'. II. Walton
[The ADVOCATE don't cost three very . .
you or row boat to order. Write him for lit IxinU' lutmlttirlalii W.11. (InihmiiV
"pet week, postage included, when estimates. smiling face of the newsy pink paper, so He managed to keep hold of the hack, sumo to this office .Inlit. tint. (mini Inikc'a .lIlIht..r. ..MM.

the please change the address as above." however until it stopped otherwise "Yours truly, 11. : 'Il"'I'M'U
.n bj year. was very (lli..",the H|1..r;. : : I. ..... A. Morgan
-Do not fall to attend the he have met with more selous In- "S. U. AI.IHOX." Inhosieitherl7nuADukeIlex j
-The dredge boats Matanzas and Bite MOXEY.e want money to loan on first operettaand might Urn.,..'. lot Ijwljr In waiting ... .. ..Mr.
north real estate mortgages. Ten per cent tragedy on Tuesday night, at the jury. The colonel has been around ever M. t:. (lrnlr
said be
both
| to working
are of all to lender. Gaulden We trust III Tltustilh'. do do "II..I)' III .IIIUIlI. .. ., ..AllanADitne
free expenses Opera house One of the best entertain- since with his arm in a sling. ltlshop Gray eegerIi. :

fit new canal. & Sanders, Titusville and West Palm ments that has been witnessed it Titus- that the Injured member, which Is much ., do nalde. h In WIK.I( AIn.O. Al, R.dibin.
[The tirst yacht to sail through the Beach, Florida. Allen AI. Irteelwsntr5gm
ville for a long time. discolored by the wrench, will soon bo all The Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray n. ..H. H. & J. llu|>|>i>nwttolm
canal to New River Is said to have
I -The letter on "Freight Rates," froma right again.A D., bishop of the missionary jurisdiction -
lithe Oliver, of Lantana.The W'mxOU visit Jacksonville, stop at
the Carleton hotel, Bay street. The Banana river correspondent, we cannot of Southern Florida, preached at 8t.Galorle'1 .
The will bo followed by n
Tltimlllr.\ operetta
[ majority of our townspeople electric car from the railway station : decipher. Will our correspondents liras Hand for Episcopal church, Tltusvllle,
JOined- the excursionists on the trip will land at the Carleton door In pathetic tragedy threo acts, entitled"Alone
you please write legibly, and on one side of on Sunday Ust-morning and evening. "
I.\Vest Palm Beach, report having had about six minutes. All those who are Interested In seeing crowded with the following cast of.
the paper only; by so doing, It will save The church was fairly upon
I Titusville have a brass band are requested characters:

enjoyable time. 20 cent discount the compositors considerable time. to meet at the Indian River both occasions, more especially In the (' ,,. ('haul... .., .. ...... M. llr.iwn
-TI turn his gold ornaments Into WE WILL give per on and hotel this (Friday) evening at 8:10.::!< when evening, when there was hardly sitting/ Htratton Htrawlmaturtle . \\ .11. Ilr.hlllll
Prudence
all cash purchases for the next 15 -The Misses Georgette ('swer.n. . . .. K.. Morgan
I1 1 dollars the wise jeweler follows the days, excepting the line of following- Brittaln, of Jacksonville, still remain In the; matter will l>o fully discussed and room. The congregation was well I" Mlfklewalthilauil . J. A. llar.'ttMr. |

1 len role of ten thousand successful named staples: Brotherhood overalls, In town; although Tltusvllle Is a small members enrolled.! pleased with the bishop's sermons, and Mn.!\ 'rhurntnn..tutu.* Trevor . ?.llldred'seelwardMeld. H. II. Mil) |",iniptt

advertise judiciously and con- Screvan goods, and gold and silver Intoned to them with groat attention. . . ... >lr.. M. E.llrnlMT'
place, they are having a very enjoyable
shirts. Eagle Clothing Store. Tile ..uckwoOlll\1l1rller Casa
This was not the bishop's usually
JtllThat Is Anthony Dros. motto. time. They attended the dance at the alIIMJlnte.l The entertainment will b he an excellentone
visit, he having merely romu
I\'t\ acknowledge, with thanks, a very To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE Opera house last Saturday night: This celebrated murder case, In which over from Orlando to hold service In an.llit given for the benefit of the +
IJj gotten and Invlta- Tltusvlllo while Archdeacon H. F. Brown rpiscopal: church. There will be lots of
up programme block, Titusville. Excellent location -At a session of the school on last W. A. McRae, Irving Jenkins and Marion
J w attend the exercises of commence- Possession may be had at Sabbath, It was resolved that the thanks Clinton convicted, was reversed by was doing likewise at Jupiter. fun, new scenery, diesses and) costumes,
to Bobbins & Grahamor were those who attend will have fulli
Jt week in connection with the Flor- once. Apply and
C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, of the Presbyterian Sabbath School be the Supreme Court on Monday, Chief M. Dwjcr'M Race llorses. value fur their
Agricultural College, Lake City. Titusville. tendered to Capt. Pritchard for the use Justice Mabry delivering the opinion. money.
tickets aalat .
Jc.tlerve.llIlat: are now on \)
of his place down the river for the picnic The ADVOCATE readers will, no doubt, Mr. M. F. Dwyer, owner of hotel Indian -
: the Eiglo Clothing store, at AOcts..
fOUR ATTENTION IS CALLEDto TIME ARE leARn and you cannot affordto and that this resolution be published remember that the above horiible mur- Rivt-r, Hocklvdgc, does 1 not st-vni to

the name-and-dateslip pasted lose everything. Insure against in the town papers as an acknowledgment ders took place at the Packwood's home, 110 having much success with his horses nac-li. (leueraladmi5shrnicts.Murtelu .
weekly upon the ADVOCATE or and accident with HALL In the first-class races In England. On
fire, cyclones of gratitude to the captain. C. A.
miles south of New
about Smyrna,
wrapper. If subscription Titusville Fla. eight June 7th Mr. Dwyer entered his horse
your WKIOUT, of representing g a JUg HWlllllit| XeurrHt.
has expired, please remit. the Liverpool .t London A i Gardner, Supt. Iin December, 1801) and the case has liamiuet! 11 for the Manchester cup She '

Globe, the Old Hartford and other -The people of Atlanta are certainly wearily dragged Itself along up to this was backed heavily by Americans, but KeluiMtalii.
tf have succeeded In the Prince of Wales' horse }'llIrlzlllI.
companies. hustlers They get
leading !
-Jin. J. B. Smith of left date. The case was brought up on a
Tropic, .
President Cleveland and his cabinetto won the race and 2MX sovereigns A
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Circuit
ting writ of error from Lake County County Surveyor J. O. Files, Deputy
Tuesday, for Savannah, en route to attend the exposition next the large number of horsos were In the raru
promise time after
at a Circuit Court. Some A. Robinson Arthur T. Cult
STRAW hats of the latest styles, Surveyor S. ,
fcntoa fixed President'sDay The Prince of Wales was not l.rllINlt,
to spend the summer months. fall, the date being! as murder McCrae worked In Tltusvllle,
I husband remains behind to look sacrifice In prices, at Kline's.Judge October 23rd. Perhaps the distin and of our townspeople looked up- but the victory )<'lorl1.111. wa"creeled and Chan. E. Rlnahll, of Orlando,, who
many ..
then guished party might be induced to takeIn on him with suspicion, although there with cheering and tJiitliiiHlaiin.. 1 lie distance have been surveying land In the D&llali.
place the Banana river.
on M. S. Jones was In Eau Gal- Florida as a side trip, and spend a dayat was no actual proof that he was one of was one mile and llireu-ijuartem. Mil'hood of Sebastaln and St Lacto)! lilv.
and Mrs Lawrence C. Moore St. Augustine and run down to the the of the terrible crime.A The big race was t.MIIt.d I by fully
law busi perpetrators the six laTituvlllo
weeks! lure ?
and during
lie, Monday Tuesday on thou ws.plu. The ImlosuHtu, ers, past
't Mt their fine winter home at the Royal Poinciana. few remarks made by the ADVOCATE eighty grant |
around the) stuiid, as well its the recently having coma up on the
ness. of
Jilth of the Sebastian River and rend -Monroe County will vote on the at that time brought down the wrath
and
I -Mr. Arthur J. Doyle, after spendIng Ills father, Dr. McCrae, of Sanford, who infield, were packed to suffocation, freight train. These big saw grass ponds
to their summer home on Wabash question of bonding for a good county the spectators had barely room to move.
(5)0 which owned
In town returnedto threatened us with an action for $:G0 and other land, Is by the
!roue several days the first Tuesday In August. arrested --- .---
Chicago.The road on for libeling his son, who was on United States Printing company em-
Sanford on Wednesday Is Brevard going to do In this line} afterwards. : .
What suspicion shortly An Knjojahlo Party.At
house-boat Rochester of Eau braces about lI ,OOO acres, 00,000 of
-Read article on good roads la roll Is that of --
din baa our Our assessment as great as -
been on the ways at Tltusvllle which are muck. A portion of the remainder
Issue so may be able to con and the latter Meeting of Surgeon Invitation of Mrs. (ieo. M.
-*week, having a new rudder fixed Inr this you Monroe county, proposes the Is covered with plus timber, A
alder the question intelligently to bond for three hundred and fifty Bobbins quite a large party of those who
"apt. Bennett, her owner,brought til Euchre few weeks aka: four miles long by two miles wide
took, Living a
Line Asscx-Utlon of
The East Coast part
be
of this Issue will thousand dollars. It seems to us the
'Rochester up to Tltusvllle, and Capt. -On our 7th page Surgeons held a meeting In the parlorsof ago and others gathered at her residence was found In the midst of the broad
smith has work. found the new advt of the Elborden people of Brevard should feel able to last Saturday night to Indulge IDa
been
doing the the Indian River Hotel, Tltusville, on prairie. A line of level run from the
-Th house, Seabreeze, Fla. This Is said to bond for half that amount, and that will Wednesday evening, which was well at- game of duplicate whist and otherwise tract to the St Sebastian River, a die
remains of the late Mr. LaRue be first-class house, and Is situate on be sufficient. tended. The following members of the enjoy themselves. The grounds were
a of between four and five miles
fly of Melbourne, who died at St. Mr. : medical fraternity were present: 8. (I. lighted up with Chinese lanterns which, tanee ,
Putin last week embalmed the ocean beach, opposite Daytona. Designs for the Grand Fountain, In Worley, St Augustine, president; W. I,. with the pale moonlight, gave the place shows that there U nearly, or quite

.4&hIpped were Ualgh has made reduced rates this summer the middle of the central plaza, at the Hughlett, Cocoa secretary and treasurer; quite a fairy-like appearance> While twenty feet fall, ample to enable the entire y
to Rochester N. Y. for Inment. -
'! for the purpose of giving the resi- Cotton States and International Expos.ition U. W. Holmes, Faustina; E. C. Atwood, some of the party whiled away the time tract to be drained at comparatively

After the accident and oper-I' dente of Florida a chance to get to the are about complete. It la proposed Daytona; F. H. Caldwelt, Sanford; BK. inside the house with duplicate whist, little cost
a every effort was made to save deed all trains on Wilson TlluavilleU.; T. Fox, New others amused themselves about the
'+ >' life, but without avail aea- lde. Carriages meet to have a grand basin, from the centerof Smyrna, and II. 1>. Brown, Melbourne grounds. Play was kept up until about Mr. Fries Is now at work upon his
at which of water, one hun- when refreshments of lee- field notes, and will correct
arrival Daytona.We a great jet A paper on malarial fevers was presented 11:30: p. m., prepare a

-The man who buyeth and selleth are told by a citizen of Ankona dred feet high, will be thrown. Into by Dr. H. 1>. Brown, of Melbourne cream, cake, lemonade, nuts, etc., were map of the tract. As sooo as this Is
and discussed most ably by plentifully supplied. Twelve o'clock done, Mr. Russell a son of one of the
|UertlQ settlement with all sides will be was
liberally In the newspaper, that this, from poured
t that everybody those A discussion wu then brought the party to a close all being owners, will advertise. tot bids for cut.
hi* ihv people findeth him out and the exception of three voters-with two streams of water of smaller size This held on present the care of the wounded of the well pleased with the evening's amusement ting necessary canals text rain the lands,

a,5 what ha has for sale; and the'lUthc.der out of that number wavering- In favor fountain will be particularly beautiful at East Coast Line and no other business and will proceed with the work of drainage -

I who taketh the paper and of good roads. To read the communications night, when Illumined by electric lights being on hand, the meeting adjourneduntil Among those present were: Mr. and as rapidly as possible, lie hopes to
"!""J payeth shall from Ankona and by the great search-light from the the first week In September, to beheld Mrs. Geo M. Bobbins, Mr. and Mrs. J. have the entire tract reclaimed and
"*P" therefor, the same In the county papers dome of the government building, which In St Augustine At the next O. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Rhodes ready. for cultivation by the end of 1004.

he shall know when his taxes one might get the Idea that the whole will play on It from time to time It meeting It Is expected that a paper on Miss Jennette Paddlson. Miss Lena Nor- The above &rtylett Orlando on Tuesday

i 'lit due and also when his land Is neighborhood was opposed to the good will be second In beauty only to the the auti-septlo treatment of wounds, by wood, Miss Mildred Woodward, Miss April i3rd, for the purpose of surveying

her.' IItQ. The man who advertlsethtteth scheme. AI. matter of fact the magnificent electric: fountain which will Dr. W. It Nyrus, of Palatka. will bread Annie paddlaon. Miss Florence Norwood; the Immense saw-grass ponds at
road Messrs. W. K' Graham, E. U Brady, 11. the head of the St. Sebastian and M,
>* the what ha overwhelmingly shoot stet a hundred feet In the air, also a paper on the diagnosis treat.meat I
&I' f people know people of Ankona are will vote for an from the centre of the grand basin, In of fraiture, by Dr. W. L.11ugh" C. Budge C. H. Walton, (h. I' Anthony, Lucia rivers, and they were all pretty f t'
It;_ 'r sale la generally a man of pros- favor of Hood roads and front of the Machinery Hall lett, of asses, U butzner, P. U. Wal oa. gl 4 to get home again; Into eltlll\ >t ny ;
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DOCirTItS ETC. LINCOLN'S APPARITION.Be I A FULL STOMACH I Iif. Clyde Steamship Co oJ

ought to cause you ,
Free and .Bow o Ghostly lanaco of BloMotf a no discomfort what I I

LooklBf Gloat, ever. If it doe,
Mr. Noah Brook, In his personal reminiscences though-if there' .
Accepted Masons of Lincoln In The Century, trouble after

tell the following strange story any Dr.Tierce's SI
take
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0 On the day mentioned Lincoln Dar. eating Pleasant I

indiAn Titurv111eItlver A REMARKABLE WOMAN. rated an Incident the particular of
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Fla which I wrote out and printed directlyafter 1)e 11 e t I. They'reL

Lodge, No. 00 Bat Mot When She Had Had So Mo hPrevlou These are his own word, as L perfect and con- 51
Experience nearly all they could then be recalled: Lenient vest-pocket

Hold" It* meeting the nornnd and fourth Fri. "Oh what& a perfectly adorable diamond "It wa Junt after my election in remedy. One of
day of men month, at the Court horse,Tltua- pin I"cried the young woman with 1860 when the new had been comingIn : these tiny, sugarcoated -

Till J.1dr.DFL ate'01p.in. S.H.RAY the violet bonnet. thick and fast all day and there had I f anti bilious t

ioo. kKXIOIITS "Yen, and my husband gave it to me been a great 'hurrah boy,' *o that I 1 I granules at ft dose New York Charleston and Florida 141f
of his own accord" replied the young wa well tired out and went home to 1I and core ,

or MTIHASBemlnnle woman with the black silk gown. rest! throwing myself down on a lounge !I regulates entire
I the
txxlK", No Ml hoi.In Its meeting at "Y 00 mean he thought be did." in my chamber. Opposite where I lay rects { ys-
the Court hose, the not four Thursday. evenIng "I mean nothing of the kind. I'll die was a bureau with a swinging glass tem. Sick or Bilious The magnificent Steamships of this Line area
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of each month, at 8 o'clock p m Headaches
If I don't toll somebody, and it might it" (and here he got and placed ,
8. D. OKIOFR: W. II MAURI, upon up Indigestion pointed to sail as follows :
C. C. K. of R. &: B. Just as well be yon us anybody else, furniture to illustrate the position), Constipation,
but don't tell your husband" "and looking in that glass I saw myself Bilious Attacks Calling at Charleston, S. C Both Ways

INDIAN: RIVER GUARDS I "I won't. I'll let him think your bus reflected nearly at full length but my and all derangements (TAIfDARD TIMK.)!

Drill at the Armory, over county Jail, every I band gave it to yon out of pure gener face, I noticed, had two separate and of the From New York STEAMER From J..lllnfttllltrler
Tuesday evening In the month, at I o'chM'k. I deity He bate to have anybody get distinct images, the tip of the nose of and bowels are pre'vented ( u,1!:. R.) Charlestnnaaen,
stomach ... ;
A. T. FJAnEK: ,Captain, liver, Apr. Bat3o0pm. .IROQI'iS..Thurada", Ala..) \.
ahead of him one being about three inches from the I and cured.They're Friday CHEROKEE ".Sandal, r
relieved 3. m '
"I know. Well, my new gown came tip of the other. I was little bothered, smallest easiest to Tuesday Friday I May I 3: :gt:: m. ALOONQI'IN .:: Thnri' ay, :. .i:

ClltltCIIEft.EISCOrALCIIlRCH. home a ruin an absolute wreck, and perhaps startled and got up and looked I the and be lit., They're Wednesday:: :: 1n e: :: 500 8.00: r. in m.: :.CIIE1dOKF.F ItdQi'Oig;'...:',.Tue.dev,Thursday, ;. ,. :: :: I'A
to tell the truth, I took most of my in the glass, but the illusion vanished take, cheapest Friday 11, 8.101 p '''. AI.Oli\ti'IN. Simdaq:: tlVriday'
rage out on Antonins because I wasn't On lying. down again, I Haw it a second I guaranteed to give satisfaction, or : :: 11, :: 3.00:: p ::: ..,SIOIiWLE.IRIHiI'Ole.:: Sunday Thursday, r' ,I: : ,

krvlce the lit and 3rd Sunday In each afraid of him and I was of her A dayor time, plainer if possible than before, money is returned. Monday; :: 21 20: :: 8.10 5.00:: r. m m. AIAi(. ( : 'i :: :' Thursday, :; :I: ,aF'ridsv" i iTeala
month, at 11 *. m. and 7 'IO p. m. Sundaynciioolvery later his suit home 2M. .t a.OII p m .SEMINOLE ...AIID.lav, June .. It I :, l
two
new came and then I noticed that one of the faces y'
at ..... ROQUUIS..Thumday. "
Sundry at X JO p in Evening i Prayer 81. at 5.00 p m. ) 11 :".1,
Ip. m, \Vedneaday*. Litany en Ice every from the tailor. It was a perfect fit except was a little paler-say five shades Which is the best to try, Friday,

Friday at 10 a. m.REV.. B. F BBOWJC, Rector. that the coat sleeve were half an than the other. I got up and the thing

inch or so too long. I told him that it melted away, and I went off and in the if you have Catarrh-a medicine Charleston & Jacksonville L.J

RKSIIYTtlUAV; CI11RCH.BervloeeverySaliliath.atlla didn't really matter much for they excitement of the hour forgot all about that claims to have cured Philadelphia,

and I.np.m.: could easily be shortened. lie replied it-nearly, but not quite, for the thing
S.hbatharhoolata.1;; a. m Christian Ender that he wasn't afraid of his tailor if I would once in awhile come up and give others or a medicine that is For the present and until further notice, Steamer EIASbEE"II nten
Tor meeting at 6?JO p. in prayer meeting Charleston, Wednesdays, and from t'Iiartestw,
wedneeday:: at 7 JOrm. Allan: cordially invite.1to : 1 was of my dressmaker me a little pang as if something uncomfortable / to sail from Philadelphia
attend. RKV: W. T, VCALK tauter "Humph I He would be if hi* tailor had happened backed by money to cure you Philadelphia! Sundays. Clone connection Is made at Charleston with 11

was a woman." "When I went home that night, I The proprietors of Dr. Sage's Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida (P'Jl;

METHODIST CHLRCHHerIce "M'bm lIe said he would go right told my wife about it, and a few days Also Philadelphia and Interior points via Philadelphia.
at Titu.rllle every flmt,aecnnd and down and give him a piece of his mind afterward made the experiment again, Catarrh Remedy agree to cure

third Sabbath at in o.elm it.k II a a..m in.every. and I Sunday 7 p. m.|J KpworthIxtairue BiindavMihnol -that he'd tell him he wasn't fit to when" (with a laugh) "sure enough the Catarrh, perfectly and permanently -

at 3 p. m every Sunday) Prayer meeting: make a pair of bicycle bloomers. Indeed thing came again, but I never succeeded your ,
1 n'clu k every Thuradav night The put.Ho are or they'll pay you Line.
cordially Invited to attend our service he used inch awful language that in bringing the ghost back after St. Johns Hirer

B. W LAW LEU, 1'aiitor I was really alarmed. That made him that, though I once tried 1'erylndu.' $500 in cash.
more ferocious yet, and I trembled for triouiily to show it to my wife, who

BAITI9T CHURCH the consequence*. wa somewhat worried about it. She For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points i

Preaching:every flint, second and fourth Bun "Oh, well you know it take nine thought it was a 'sign that I wa to be SEALING IN LABRADOR.
River.The
Johns
day. Prayer :'t8'I:': every Tnmday eveningat : tailor to make a man." elected to a second term of office, and the St. .
7 To o'clock.'dork. Sun.lay School every every Friday Sunday eveningat at "So Antonia remarked. I tried to that the paleness of one of the faces was Field. Many Mllot !Square Fairly Teeming
10 a. m. All are cordlallv Invited to attend calm him by reminding him that the an omen that I should not see life With Seala. Elegant Iron felde-W heel Steamers
II. A. UrioKB: fantor Late in February the Newfoundland
poor man was probably a weak nervous through the last term. "
sealing steamers break through the ice i'OITY: : OJ7 J.A.OX .SONVILLE: : ,
creature with a large family dependingupon This is a very remarkable story-a

, Services. at CATHOLIC 10 a, m.every CHURCH.Sunday, In hall over him but he refused to listen and coincidence, we may say-to which in St. John's harbor and make their CAPT. tV. A. SHAW,
Indian River State Hank, Chiidren'uat rushed off down town. some significance wa given by the cruel way to some northern outposts, lying
3 p. m. "Then he sent a winger! with the death of the president soon after the beginning there until March 10, the earliest dateon I.I(;ai'iwlnted toiailfrcm| | Jacksonville Sundays,Tuesdajs and Fridays at *:ja v a >ul |
Rector.
RET: J. F.ItotLE, coat and a polite note saying the sleeves of bis second term I told Mrs. which the law allow them to "goto turning leave Sanford Monda>.,Wednesdays and Saturday at 8-00 a. m

were too long." Lincoln the story and asked her If she the toe. They stand out to sea until OITR t)
Y.M.C.A. meet the immense fields of ice so I'TR 1N)CND. 8CHEDtLE. I
"Nothing of the kind. Became back remembered its detail She expressed they Read down. kead op

The regular Sunday afternoon prayer meetingof In a cab an hour or so later with hi*. surprise that Mr. Lincoln wa willingto from the Arctic ocean. These fields are Leave 3.30 m. ........... ......... ....JackstmvOle ........ ... ... Acme 'LHRe.5
the I V. M. C A. will I* he),I every Sunday of about ic he had often many square miles in extent and p p. n.. ........... .... ...... ......l'alatka...:::::........ ... ... leave F.FM I''
afternoon at 4 church until further notice his cheek, and, oh such an eyel" to that time refrained from mentioning fairly teem with seals. A great seal 1.311 a. m. ........ ...... .......St. Francis.. .'.... : 13tt
"How cross he must have been." the incident anybody, and a* she was hunter told me that the sea seemed .. 11.30 .. m. ........ .... ... .... .. lIereafnro .:.. ................... ... /2 t m I
li.
"Oh, not a* much so a* you might firm in her belief that the optical illn suddenly converted into an ocean of Arrive" em e.30 a.a. m m.. :::::::::::::::.:::::::: Sanford: ; ;,.:::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :.:. Flea,; l

Her Rejoinder. imagine I didn't lose my presence of sion (which it certainly I was) waa a seals and ice. The steamer breaks into .. 923 .. m. .......... .... .... .... ....}:nt..rIMe... ........ .... ... .. 1.311&
The following incident occurred lately mind. I Just cried out: warning I never again referred to the the Jam and float with it or skirts
along the edge the crew, 200 or 800 in General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonvil |
on a crowded elevator in this city: A II 'Antonins Bittersweet I hope yon subject to either the president or his
M'll' F. IBOHMOKOER,JR., Fla, I'ant, AgtSB ..
young woman arose upon the entranceof didnt quite kill that poor tailor wife.Subsequently. number taking to the floating ice and CtlDI.A: T. M, .
,
'. 88 west Bay Bt Jacl oiville l lTRco. |
a S (ireen, Aew' York.
Howling: ?
living there for day and nights.The >
an elderly one, and with a wave of "And he got yon the pin the first Lincoln' version of the .
Jno L. HOWARD, Fla. Frt Agt.
O Enema.T. M., I
the hand toward the scat, which the day his eye was fit for him to go out? story wa confirmed by Private Secretary young seals fatten so rapidly that Howling Green,New York. Foot Hogan fit.Jack*nvffle,>|
seemed reluctant to Well I'm remarkable John Hay, who, however, was of sealers say yon can actually see them
newcomer accept sure you are a A. J COLE, General Passenger Agent, -J A.lxn.lt,Superintendent
aid: woman." the opinion that the illusion had been grow while yon are looking at them B Bowling Green, New York. Foot Hogan Bt,jack omill' 1

"Age before beauty I "Oh well, not a* remarkable as you seen on the day of Lincoln' first nomination The poor creatures are easily killed, a IT- D. D. C. MINK, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,I'blladelj,hiaSK .
"Thank yon" was the reply as the : might think," modestly replied the and not, a* I have said, on the blow with the butt end of a gaff flniih MM P. CLYDE & CO., General Agent,
newcomer dropped into the seat, "but young woman with the black silk' day of his first election.HE ing them. The hunter then "sculps," 11 go. Delaware Av., Philadelphia. B Bowling Green,New fork|

one would need glasses to see the beauty gown. "You must remember that Antouins or skins them, Inserting a sharp knife
is my second husband. "Chicago ARRIVED LATER. under the fat, and with marvelous dex
Tribune. terity taking off the "pelt"-skin and
"Perhaps, was rejoined quietly,
__
"but none would bo required to see the Colonel Job .. Who Did Not Meet Genera fat together-in about a minute and a
age. "Qraud Rapids Democrat. More Than B* Bargained For ? Sherman In Brash half A party of men will "pan" their Southern'

-- -- Some years ago a regiment of volunteers Everybody know that Colonel Wise pelts-pile them op to the number of Jl
Something Quearlon. was encamped on the outskirts of fought a* a mere boy in the southern about 1,000 and thrust a gaff with theship'

Weymouth, Dorsetshire. Among those army, became a Republican after the flag into the pan. When there

whoso curiosity led them to the encampment war and ran an unsuccessful race for are pan enough, the steamer breaks into Railway
I were three hardy Portlander governor of Virginia He ha been on the ice and haul them aboard with ,

urI As these; three were strolling round the field! of honor more than once but a donkey winch or the men drag them

the camp they came across a large tent no longer believe in the duello a* he to the vessel' tide.' ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
I r { over which was written the following did In his younger. day While a Vir The Newfoundland seal hunter always

ni notice: "Dinner*-a* much a* you like giuiau to the core still he is not a nativeof speak of seals a* "swile," and

i for a shilling Being hungry, the the Old Dominion. At that famous for our word carry they say "spe i. A THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, ,

..7 throe went in to dine. They began their Astor House dinner a few years ago schoolmaster who had been listening to
meal and after five other parties had made memorable by the eulogy Mr De- a seal hunter' story said sneeringly: COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS

-Life. come in, dined and left again they were pew passed on President Cleveland, "Swilesl How do you spell swiles?" THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAIN
till busy eating. General W. T Sherman in the course "We don't spell 'em," replied the ,

Nero and III Flddlo. Presently a young man. evidentlyone of a very interesting speech, alluded toa hunter; "we most generally hauls
The Emperor Nero bad a good many of the attendants, came up and trip made by him to California in 'eml"-Qnstav Kobbe in St. Nicholas.
faults among them being that of Tan tapping one of them lightly on the 1846, via the cape. He stopped off at QUICK TIMB TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

ity lIe has gained the reputation of shoulder said in a low voice "Here, Rio Janeiro on Christmas eve to pay --
.
cruelty largely on account of the fact yon chaps the governor sent me to say. his respect to lIon. Henry A. Wise, at -- North woad :ID___. 1'Tor.h wand 'vu'r.sA

that ha Insisted upon appearing in pnb- that if yon would like to go now be that time United States minister to Concession r.
lie as an amateur actor. won't charge yon. anything for what yon Brazil and was) hospitably entertained. "Colonel what would yon do if a ALL TRAINS DAILY. 4iZ eY.La ALL TRAIN DAILY. 1 Ha also had desire to be ad. man called yon a liar I mean a friend au
a great have already eaten. -W e.moutb(England "What time did yon leave the minis
mired for his play of the violin, and ) News. ter's house?" queried Colonel John S. "Well sub. if he were a real near Lv... feoknavUle, '.C.,,!:.: T( maw 140 poUUnn Lv", Evaratt JaskionTUIe,1ou.m.f <3 car,.. Y.sO/mAt '

after rioting in the street at night Wise who wa one of the guests, inter and dear friend I would show him the N Bavanuh Z. U Waai keooa? 1w

with some of the golden youth of the rnptiug General Sherman. respect of attending his funeral after it At" Colombia Charlotte,, hrathem.. .__. .. pea "? 1Fbapcsu t c
HIS SMILE WENT WITH THE POSE. 110 pm 00 am ; y
day and leading them into variousscrape. "At 0 o'clock, Christmas eYe," reo all were over, sun. -Indianapolis JournaL "" Waahlnfton. 'a (41 am 180pm end s a C. ...,. I 10 em
in the habit of 1sltimoreMena.LR.:::: 1 Warn 11 aftpmIOOMD 'S
he was taking Th Model IB the Life Claw BmlUd Simply speeded old Teonmseh fhlladelphU.' 10 UtanUUpm Ar Birmingham, Soothto 1f
them home to supper and then giving For the Bake of Art. "If yon had just waited two hours No Doubt e New York' ..:,: 1 20amA : Loots, Cairo 8h LineAr T St su

them some more scrapes. An amusing Incident occurred not longer, general, I'd have been glad to Oculist (presenting bill)-I think >.Aahevtil.onthera...... ...-....... ttOpm I MemphU. C, C"M. BKanuaClty 1Impo.. .
Hi ambition, however, was to play long ago In a well known New York make your acquaintance," said Wise. your sight has been improved.
the fiddle rxfoie a large popular audi Two hours later the Wise made
art school. The girl student were drawing young Patient
(looking at bill)-I could For full Information
ence. but for a time no suitable opportunity from life a study of the "Dancing hi* first appear.nce on this terrestrial have seen a thing as big u that before apply to any Agent of this great RaiiwsySystem

arose. Faun. A good looking Italian boy globe.-Washington Post I ever saw yon.-Philadelphia Inquirer or Its connections.
At last, in the tenth year of bU reign wa the model and u he assumed the
Rome wu almctt entirely destroyed by requisite pose bis face became wreathed Bomber ChrUtlanlty. Da-Iaat.ed. W. A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,

fire, and the whole population was out in smiles. He was gazing directly at the The Auld Lioht kirk when Dr Chal. Briggs-I've Just stopping smoking General Wa.SMIN.TON.Pew Apt. *.?.Qe" Put. Af B(> AsstOsnIPw ATLANTA*. *, *,*<

la the street class, and each girl Imagined the smile mere visited it wa a terribly bare little and now every friend I meet offers mea KNOXVILK TCNN.
"At last," said be, "my chance ha wa directed at her. building. The elder were a grim set cigar
W. D. ALLEN
come. "How very embarrassing," said a They kept their bonnets on their bead Origgs-Have they found it out so ,
And be tallied forth with his fiddle Long Island girL "I wish to goodnesshe till the minister entered, and they had soon?-Brooklyn Life. Florida Passenger Agent,
.
In one band and an original. com pot i wouldn't grin at me. each a large stick in his band, which
tion in the other In spite of the indignant glance cakt they used for "uhappln" their noses Frigid. 313 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Having seated himself on the top of at him the son of Italy continued to through all the service. The minister She-Tell me when yon were to the J r0/Jeh._ inns.

A pile of smoldering ruins, he struck up smile at the blushing girl wore no gown or band He gave a army were yon cool In the hour of dan. ___
a nocturne in 17 sharp and five flat* Presently a stolid Herman girl lookedup very long sermon full of sound divinity, germ
Dot the people did not seem to be and noticed the smile which she but without the smallest practical application -Cool? I actually shivered.-Boston -- ---- -

pleased. imagined wa. aimed directly at her and without a vestige of feeling Transcript WE .
"Don't look vexed he called out "Youschtopdotschmiliug We don't At length Dr. Chalmers got out DELIVER ,.
"I am not unfeeling but I have always ItT D .dr : : ;C
schmile The
want you to at us. boy' the dismal worship being ended, and
understood that when there baa been figure instantly straightened up and I' his word was, "If these people ever get Wit can't tell you Constant Reader.

a fire the best thing that can be done is he stood before the clan the very. iuipersonation to heaven, they will live on the north what days are considered unlucky to be
to play on the ruin"-Judy.COMPARATIVE of offended dignity a* he side of It.San Francisco Argonaut.A married on. Authorities differ. Some A Piano or Orga

aid: I say 383.Philadelphia Reoord.
I
AREAS. "Ladies, I no smile at any one. 1 Great ".mory. I
OBO WaTt VT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with complete outfit, out ;
pose to yon a* ce Dancing Faun. Ze ,
Tunis and Ohio are nearly the lame smile goo wU *e pose "-New York I, The Journal of Speculative Philosophy "Johnny are yon teaching that parrot to approval after a trial in your own LouBe No money required until :v'"' 1
remarkable Instance of
lie. World gives a to use bad languagel""No'rn. thoroughly satisfied Our prices are as low as any house In the United SUW"our
farmer in Indiana who could remember I'm just telling it what It terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrumen'
Sumatra U nearly u large u Callfornia.
It I* a curious coincidence that the what be bad done on every day for 20years. mustn't say "-Tit-Bit The Celebrated CONOVER.
,
.
color of the Duke of Portland white lie wa repeatedly tested by ref. The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.

Portuguese Guinea i* a little larger and black are the same u those of Mr. I ereure to the notes made on previous A DU._ The Beautiful SCHUBERT.I I

than New nampl hir8. Wallace of Melbourne, who sold Carbine examinations, and never failed both to Friend-Have completed! And KINGSBURY.
yon
your
ha than to him. I name the day of the week and to tell COTTAC I
Brazil one province larger novel Vocation.
Aeollon Farrand & CHICAGO
what occurred to him on that day The Votey
any three of our state I Edith Van Bur en, who own a choice Author-Not yet, I am sorry to say ORGANS.
word used In his narrative often .
Tasmania ha 30,000 square mile, a stable of driving horse at Teaneck I have made six couples happy for life ,*-,
varied but he had the Brass will *
events
little smaller than Maine. Ridge, Englewood. N. J., won the coveted always ube but I have still got an old general and and small Instruments, Music and Books. Write us; we
bad mentioned them before.henry money .
France ha 104.000 square miles, a prize for carriage decoration at the a shoemaker' widow on my bands, and

little smaller than Colorado and Idaho recent flower parade at Nice.-Horse- VIII paid the equivalent of somehow they won't match.-Flieg nde rjli' 1\... 33. Orimpl>cll CO..

i main Ill in our money for a dog. Blatter. .
combined. ID.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNE 14. 1895. Sr..ir.aert
= .

"If TBue.J.O'BalaJil.

SIGNS AND OMENS. Tb Cort.hlB *f Mil* RtMdUh.' T
& CO PLANT
EVERETT OM AntrtaM RtatMinM Wh DOM !Mo Encouraged by the hearty welcome I SYSTEM.

Dell*. !. Them. given to these two American poems, :
FLORIDA. ,
f FORT PIERCE, + + Do pnblio men believe in ilftoi and Longfellow, lu 18.1S, published a third.
w !I .. __ _
"The Courtship of Mile Staudlsh. "
? This Is 1r
and Retail Dealers In omens a question which Is -----
tfholesal often dlsctiMed, hot conclusive -- -- --- In this he told no pathetic tale of parted I I
an - -
INDIAN RIVERSH ewer can be, or at leapt has been, given PERSONAL GOSSIP. lover, uordid b41 draw on the qualut '. nporfoct: UPaccorigfor: Sorvico.3Dou."folo .
lore of the red men. He took. his tory

| OYSTERS TURTLE & except Individual that which may be drawn from The Duke of Marlborough hid a vote from the auuals of his own anew torn, I. ""Jro.lns.
On Daily :
cases. the occasion of the sturdy founders of New England'
that, it WM said, could be beurd above
his last visit to Washington exSenatorRansom the of A* it happruvd, he himself (like his tell.
roar artillery.The
r --- GAME. of North Carolina discoursed low poet, Bryant) wa a direct descendant
home which lives Howells the Unexcelled Pullman
Dealers Supplied. most entertainingly upon it in the presence in of John Alden and Priscilla, the Equipment ihY-4-
tell and famous novelist, I. a handsome flat
of a few friend. gathered in his Puritan luaideu, whose wooing he nar
Central in New York
West Palm Beach Fla. old overlooking park, rated. "The Courtship of Mile Stan.di.h" .
committee
lin(1 0 HOUSE: room at the capitol and
( .
bed light city.Sir Isouly leas popular than its predeoessors
tome the The I
conversation came upon about abject by his statement William Haroourt, the English "Evaugeline" and "Iliawa- Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston.
chancellor of the exchequer has gone tha." All three have been taken to Q
that be
areS a professional Cards. new post of duty Intended aa minister to start to Mexico for his back to the use of manuscript when delivering heart by the American people, all were 2 11. "I to Montgomery / 1 1fi
his
on a Friday. speeches. composed daring the brightest year. of

'Roe B. RoBBiKt. WALTIB 8.0 BAB AM.. 'Oh, aren't yon afraid," exclaimed Right Rev. Michael Howley was recently the poet' life, when his family were II to Hiton

OBBINS; GRAHAM, one of the party, "to begin such an important installed a* Roman Catholic growing op about him, when be wa In

and extended trip on that day?" bishop St. John's, being the first Newfoundlander the full' possession of his powers and had

'as..nfttlllt'.I ATTORKETS-AT-LAW, "No" the new minister answered to attain that dignity. already achieved fame. Professor These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers -

IIarr I.II riCa HOURS:From 12 a. m., "I do not reoogniM any difference between Hiram 8. Maxim, the Inventor, says Brander Matthew In St. Nicholas

, I' \ and 2 to 4 p10mto Friday and the other days of the that New Englanders are the bent mechanics to New York, Washington Philadelphia,

11'1"t 'I TirrsvitLB, Brevard Co., Florida. week. I don't believe that it can have in the world, and that the LablMh Vole

I". 0(,box iOLA'Oipractice the slightest possible influence'\ In determining French are the beat mechanic in En- Lablache had the most magnificent Baltimore Nashville, Louisville Cincinnati,

It itu ''. { In Bit the courts-tat* and fed the issue of an enterprise pro- bass voice ever known to the lyric.tage.Ii
II J. that rope.Lieutenant Alfredo Campellenl'\ of the had of two octavos from St. Louis Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and
It ., 'I.rlal: l faclllttei for examining and perfect- jected or begun on day. In fact, a compass ,
'. quad! titles. he continued in a contemplative mood, Italian army has arrived in Baltimore, E flat below to E flat above the bass staff.
Loan. j
111f'I, Money to "I think I am not given to guiding my where he will stay until June, when He was a man of prodigious size and Chattanooga.

actions by any sign or omen. Only today his marriage to Miss Nancy Hurst will strength, and his voice was proportionedto

FORGE W. MORTON, coming down to the capitol my take place. his physical dimensions. Nothing

Lin companions saw a funeral procession The young king of Spain is a rather was able to overcome or drown It, and

NOTARY PUBLIC, coming up the avenue, evidently bound handsome boy, with quite an active through the tone of the largest chores

, IUlfD iBriarwood," .' Canaveral, '. Florida. for Oak Hill cemetery, Georgetown.Said mind. He is a fair Latin and Greek It boomed out ai lustily as though alone. .. ,
lC8toD he: 'Senator, let's turn off heroso scholar and has made some progress in More than once he broke a window pane s

ith 0. Conveyancing carefully executed. as to avoid meeting it. Yon know modern langnngos. by the strength/ of vibrations caused '

la pg,: 'cedi, mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., it's dangerous.' I said to him 'Look The Boston poet, Thomas Bailey Aldrich I by his monstrous voice. 1.

blanks on halld.rSOIt up the avenue. There are at least a paid a visit to Canton recently n iYstem "

thousand people in eight, many of with his wife. He writes back to friendsIn Lord Clive was thin and keen faced. pt. t,
I S. JONES, whom must unavoidably meet the pro this country saying that the inhos- He had the appearance of a man always

M cession. Before it reaches Georgetown pitablo Celestials toned him in the worn down by lack of food and rest..
it will have met hundreds of people.Do street rt
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW. believe that all of them to
are
yon Cannon, the English jockey, is not
Globe
The Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia
be afflicted with sudden death becauseof ,
TITl'hVILLE, BUEVAUD CO. FI.Af'unty the
only rich enough to own a villa on
itsNull the presence of this funeral procession Thames, but he has the moans and desires -
i Judge of Brevard County. in their way? I don't, and we of a sporty gentleman of leisure.
won't change our route. And we didn't.
Ills income might arouse the envy of a
"
"There are some old sawn, the ex-
I o I I. OAM.DEX, J. T. SANDER, nobleman. Y
senator went on to say, "that have a
'fiutary.GACLDEN i basis of sound reason or had for their General ArraenkofT, constructor of the
A SANDERS
!J baa
Asian
Russian Central railway,
existence which not be generally
may been appointed one of the vice presidents 'Cli INN all the .ear.
( Port'I'arlila:
'It is
ATTORYE S-AT-LAW, known. That one which goes, unfortunate of the international congress of open )
Will practice I In all the Courts of the State to meet a lady when starting
1 .UIII of Florlila 1 : and the United States CourtsP on a journey,' is based on a very good geography which will be held in London ---- I

.0 Box.2311. TITUS VILLK, FLA. reason. Ladies are so attractive that the in July.

Money to Loan. 18 would be traveler is likely to be beguiled The highest salaried employee In the

into a conversation with the one United States Is supposed to be the The Plant Steamship Line.

uUa TOME REYNOLDS, he may meet on his way to the station, president of the Equitable Life Assurance
:1Ift p1a .' J which will prevent him from reaching society, Henry B. Hyde. He receives r
V.J I
J Lihat' ATTORNEY.AT there in time to take his train or boat, annually 100000. John A. Mo- el..h
LAW.
Nf 'ZI1utl'411 "
i 'ON" luxurious ( i1)
12'' DII Call aa president of the
. and he is thereby delayed, probably to gets 178.000 Six b..roe-I'owpr. marlh" wpltht! 1M-II,,. .. spaced .
I.tLl his embarrassment or lose Therefore it New York Life. I'lX211 Iuchra.Mannfaetun .
.pdrrd :
' Hutchinson Avenue, in tlio Nout IM I'II 'uC ( I'f'.4.Q ..
may be unfortunate to meet a lady in Miss Odette Tyler' favorite jewel i* 'r* of the Burnt I'rrfert Reliable
Titustllle those circumstances. the sapphire. When Howard Gould and hnnutnilial Motor for Ijumchm and' \m<'lit.
null! Florida. In the marki-t. Easy to mart, run until *toiml| \ Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa,
"There is another that has a historic was so devoted to her some months with very little attention; al.o builders of
moIlle and philosophio basis-'to put one' since, he gave her a magnificent ring, launch,,compute, .stationary motor.. !I Key West and Havana. --

HOWELL TITUS, sock on wrong side out i* a sign of good with a solitaire of this stone set in it, IllNJ: JHtOMK: ,

,)' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. lock That had It. origin in the olden and she wears it "day and night," as Sole Agent! for Ilrevartl sod iranee. IAu.Vo's.Nt. le, l 11CataliiKiiet .Ie. 1 Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

I times before the modern conveniencesof she told a friend soul |>rlrea on application --

Illel Practice State and Federal courts. Land gas and electric lighting were addedto John A. Bingham, who was one of --- H. W. WUENX, Panm-fiRer TraHlo Manager,
title a specialty. Attorney for Board of the appliances of home and hotel of President Johnson
the prosecutor Savannah, ()a.
County Coinmlaslonera,and County Solicitor. life. Therefore the man who rose earlyin and afterward Grant'. minister to Japan W. L. DOUGLAS

lock T 0 Box M. TITUSVILLE, FLA. the morning before daylight and is living at Cadiz, 0., at the age

dressed himself, not stopping to discover of 80 In his prime he was one of the $3 SNOErdtPOCAKINneD.

whether or not his hose was strictlyin most eloquent speakers in the Republic

n FREEMAN HALL, order because of the diligence implied an party. He served 20 years in con ;.ENCM CORDOVAN jLtNAMCLUO CALF.; The Florida (Central & peninsular Railroad

I in that action, was often enabledto 4. JbOfINCAlffilGNeAROa$3.VPOLICE,350LEa.:
s.
gre ,
A TTORYEY-A -LA1V, score a triumph over a business rival ____ us. .

TmsviLLE until he could determine THE FASHION PLATE.
FLORIDA. who waited I
that article was in order. Hence ., iMENS./ Short Lute between 1.'lorllllnlltt all Northern Points.
IXTHA +
Agency for Fire and Accident Insurance every
Beaded galloon is used to edge the
In the best and strongest companies the proverb, which simply means that a of velvet waists. *2.l7'BOYSSCHOOlSHOiLADIES'I Savannah Augusta Ga. Columbia Washington, Baltimore
y hustler, as we would term him in these revere and collar Everett ,
is bound to succeed. Skirt cot on the bias-that is, so ''' I
-
days t3. Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
peGOtt,
"The same is true of the saying that that the tripe will run in diagonal 2slcpsRT D .

BISCAYNE BAT, DADE COU iTT. 'it is unlucky for a rabbit to cross your fashion-are among the novelties. ,. w. DflOtJ1G' C. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati
T W EWAN, path. This has the respectability of The fancy for colored underwear continues _0 BHOCKTOHMJLia.Over and Chicago.

1. U. S. COMMISSIONER. age as a warrant for its circulation, but and exquisite sets are made of One Million People&wear the ShoesAll Everett, HlrnilnRliani, lIolly81'rlngA, Memphis, Little'Hock, Kaunas City, ht

Notary Public State at Large. it has long lost its force or should have batiste and nainsook in very light tint*. W. L. Douglas $3 $4 Louis, Chicago, /Moux City.

done so. Rabbits haunt their warrens Embroidered hosiery 1* popular, the our hoea are equally satisfactory River Junction, IViiNarola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, Californiaand

orrexpondence' Lands Selected solicited.; Conveyances Address made.: generally until dusk, and then they be- instep and ankle showing extremely They They equal glv*the custom bt Shoe value* for In 1'-d'lt.: the I'aclllo CouMt. Brrt'dh'cllr.. mist, 1HD5.tlni .

\IN Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, gin running about in search of food. pretty design, all very small and donein Their wearing qualities_are unturpaiMd.Th New York iJullyd and New "ork r.., It'' 1
tampd ol
nlform en *
r
Office, Ewan's Landing. In olden times traveling was dangerouseven silk. Prom* price Ji to*$j*eared over other ......... .,,.. awl Stall leave. Jerkwnuvill. 1:IM' a. 11e. sod 6..1.
in broad daylight, and to have a Valenciennes lace is coming again into If your dealer cannot supply you we can. hold bJ no.,0. i,:.vrrett m.,dally: ;sell' :h Thrs.ngh,l 4'luu.hla I I'ulhnan 55a.hington Sleeper': : lial-for I

rabbit cross one's path meant that he and blouse waist made waa likely to be caught after dark, and popularity, GEO. B. RUMPH ,,,nue Lantern |Hiinu. +ukumrllulusla.m: .
w. ALLEN, white ilk under. .,,
of it are worn over ,111:11I1.11I.::
GEORGE bad lock, either in the shape of injury Titusville, Florida ..... a" toim,mrtiiirnt('*r. Iwtwron Ht AnirnMlnAancI
from robbers or damages or delay bodies. u.... New '..rk. IHnliiKtan to anil fnuu ttwIiliiKton .
1.Y ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, through bad roads was almost certainto Black satin and moire skirts will be M.w r ,
with velvet waists. One of the '
worn
Key West Florida. befall the traveler. a-.e. :. Only Line Throulh the Itoo.nUtul 1111I
"But that simple signs or omen. in favorite waists ia of black velvet with 4' .5 5 ''Ie (,y/. ('uuutry of Middl.<< I Innis, l'rnaam.l. '

Will practice In the United States these days of practical things can affect satin sleeves. u .17 l.sra,1i.flay, leav.Je'kaorlll.abl. ) :.. uT.
.
: 51 j l.akol'Uy| UT* dish' Mmllxm. Montliflki.TnllitliiuiM
In U
and State Courts. OjunOS one' interests, either for good or bad An importer of velvet ribbon states L ,%. )*, Hirer. Junction, )',,"_ il I., Molilln. ..,
Sew' tlrlomiii,and the ..wiutbwviit Nletlrn, tail.fiirnU
the senator.Washington velvet ribbon tbi .
concluded of
t I don't believe, that sale year _. << '4' ,dl cinl the I'K'Iflft (',_t. turtle ttleciwn., .
Poet have been far ahead of those of the first ..-- f e ArrlraJeckaonvilleslhIa.m. :
'I: e
"
DR. B. L. WILLS, Red Southern Hoeafc. month of 189-&. : Poor : .4; w d1 d' ,_, Leaves .'*.......n..lII.-IAII.-: -. III. forHUrke,Il w.thiwn .
A
of small tucks made fi '' ,
'alaIla.neerllleCedar l
A quantity very 1 o r Y : *, Hllvcr ningIk
Though maize is poorer than entire hand be seen among the novel 'w. '"" hry, \MI<|WIMM|, lersburrTames' Ap..k..
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, in flesh former. It is be- by may \ I'" Orhtnilo, l riMHLM, loins < Itjr, I'Uut CHy,
wheat flour ties. Fine moll organdie and linen -- Jail Taiiipa, AFrInJ.ekamrlll./alup.m.:
"TUSVILLE. FLORIDA. yond comparison better than the almost lawn waist made up with these little r. 11 I M
starch wheat floor found in sooth- be : Health e I v' ('liw'Innatl anil y...:;/. ; linltnl, Lean JxlciHinvlll .
pure to worn.A
tacks
OFFICE::-Hutchlnson Avenue, near of fat are a Y I 0 0 e .6.#1 l.. ui Hoi\mtlhiU*Train TlnM
the Indian River hotel. era market Its large percentage dress with low corsage ha a nich r. r. a little over 40huursto (Inrlnnmtl, via MMHIII,
is well balanced by the favorite accompaniment ? .r Atlanta('hatUiiiMiKa. Cunnwufor Nanhvllle.IxHiUvlllit i
leave.
ing of chrysanthemum at the upper '' q, 1I"'all" and all iMilnl north and I IPLAaTAytsartI
,
variety ,
and
great
buttermilk a
of edge. These petal are taken from means so much more than Tor I I I// v wmt Arrlv J"uvili." 10:Ju a. m.
of vegetables and fruits. The simplest and sewed to and 1:11:1: -
artificial flower on a
the
ASPINWALL imagine-serious
JOHN forms of cooking It are in the you rtau.ua (: "..lIrlll'rlnlfO RIMII. Ht. fAtul..1 Kanau City.
and
favor, and a hoecake mad band. They make a very pretty becoming fatal diseases result from O.rrrl_.__to P u "' a IAla. Jai..kwinvill 5 *> p. m. wi.o U
greateet a Maven
New York
trimming.- Ledger. Atlanta, Illrinlnichaui, Holly Springs,
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. from meal ground in the old time we.See trifling ailments neglected. MHHiihl,Hl-rluitrruM, KMIMU Tty Ht tau(., Cblraitn, Hkiui C Ity Through Sleepers wltbrmtChans
mill is both good and wholesome TURF TOPICS. Don't with Nature's to Kaniuu(':Ity soul Ht t IniuU: ,and only on* clungto: Chicago and Sloan Llty. Arrive
To make it mix meal with cold water ; play J'ko..ovili. III:M a. in,
EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA. until it will drop to a soft batter The Suburban this year will have greatest gilt-health.Browns :It) H.P.: MKor M. -|jNalforTallahii Tampa! :: sod I Inuiriiiixllau*MannlnU.alMtpcr Amv Jxkannvlll Arrlv.Jackwnvlnee.aea.m.Yor 4M n.m l

from a spoon. Add salt to taste and let 15.000 added If are lull.t) Henlrramv/II., Hrunlmrg. and A.lwvlll. lave Jackwmvlll dally at .:*u p. m., with

it stand for a few mlnotes for the meal The doctor report that It will be 1m.JIOIIible em yo.ol sap we.k. Through Hl'ri"' nirurMaiwn il..ta.two Traln Imlly. IMV.Jackumvlll Teo.. m.and !:40 p.m. Pullman

F.W.. CRAVEN, to iwell Meanwhile rub a hot calledin bake for John Goldsmith to ride a sadenet.llye hassled, .et.oka ...., '' .: :'HI Atlanta rMn on, liens all: Night the Molly Train: :rlnICs deepen can remain In their. bertha 8n"I'IIII" rblullwas
griddle with a pleoe of fat pork sulky again.Jacob *. .o.appctii
DENTIST, the cracker dialect "meatakln. Danbenspeck an old time .beriaialeiiMlaklnlh.d c.. Coat. .. If- Scud for Beat lmliil Townahlp Map of Florida to

Tnu.VILLI FLORIDA. Pour on Jour batter until about one- breeder of light harness horse, died recently .mere tell,- N. 8. TENNIXOTOX, A. O. MAcDONELL: ,

:, half inch thick and bake It gently until at Maosy, lad., aged 98. Iron I bl......dree..,which.I. Traffic Manager. General Passenger Ag't,

At present at Mrs. Decker's boarding well browned on both sides. In modern Crescendo on the Pacific and Th. row.'a lees fchtere. >.
house. time it is usually set Into the oven, A low bo<
the Atlantic coast rival -
Hartford on are ties cere-bcae a -- -
--
but a genuine hoecake U cooked over old thoroughbred honor ton** from the ,
for I -
-
:
year ,
I hot embers on the hearth. Don't mind Bitters ry fret doe* ttM
about "chicken An effort I* being made to bring 'I WT. f r
remark \
scurrilous Utlk, aadpteaaaal e
John B, Stetson University food any but eat it lowly, with care to about a special race between the pacer la Uk. .
thoroughly and its whjol Bidmont, 8 year old, :10X, and Hal ,
masticate
DeLand Florida. some sweetness will be a grateful sur Dillard. I:04J$. It Cures :
P. F. Collier ha presented the well '

For both flex**. Collage Normal School priae.-Exohaage. known jumper Loogatrlda to Count DytpepaU, Kidney and Liver THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
ArvUioy, Art School and Conaervatory: of "One white foot, inspect him" says I Castellan The horse will be sent to Neuralgia, Troubles ,

Kuala iw.at. Aa teacher liutltutlon of drat elegant rank. Faculty buildinc of. the old rhyme. Doubtle that baa been France next month. I Constipation Bad Blood I

bested by .team, Ire::. by teetncltjr Hot done many a time in regard Carbine, Malaria, Nervous allmenUWomen' Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada:
a4 cold water bath*. Thoroughly *iidlppdKTmuulum. Damed.McElrce' Wha tb* BOUM M.a ......
Cultur Double in the respect complaint ,
iwnartment of fby.tial who I. *
wit' Military UriU for yang men Library of "Believe me, dear, I love yon more Get e'f the (nil**-It has cromd redlines in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States
.0uo volume*. Readme room, with. all leaillngLrtodicala Wine of Carduland than life. I swear by the honor of my om lb.wT ppr. All mitten at*ash. I.

.labonetoriw. aendudally chemical and furuMask'aannd THEDFORO'S BLACK-DRAUGHT an ancestors by my hope of happiness, ...will,erad... stet o f lH**>of Be.tdd.mpe WrU w.** '

s..rate budding la by the sacred cod"- Fair "..",. lid book-lit* TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I
An, ,School with artist of .tauW.heil reputa- for sale by the following merchant Harold I Now Indeed I believe BROWN CHEMICAL C, ULTIMO" MO. .
!;> u> chant Second SenD .......* IMeCeTUlwraeud "Ah II
;;- iH., to for catalogue glvioj fail inforition Titnsville: Fred S. Cbaffee Co. yout"! -New York Recorder. _. ...... ...... I

JOHN r.rosBE8 rmia.nf M J.B. Screven. .

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4 INDIAN RIVER AbvOCATE, JUNE 14, 1895. .- -- -- -

President W. B. BARRKTT. Vice
;
JAMES PBITCHABD, -Preddent-
-+ IHDIAH RIVER ADYOCATE. +- ADVOCATE, expressing their view*. any county shall deem it expedient building a road (or rather a bridge) some Vft M.BROWN,i/asuier.

This is not a difficult task to to Issue bonds for any purpose hundred miles long.

perform ; simply say "I favor authorized by law, they shall de. The bill was only signed by the governor INDIAN RIVER STATE B AN H

A WIIRLTJ00RRAL. D..OT.D' 1'0...Tae D..Lo..aIl1'OP..lIrDU".I. bonding for a county road;i" or "I termlne by resolution to be en. on May 27th, and on the Oth Boardof day;

AIID do not favor bonding for a county tered in their records, what amountof of June, ten days afterwards, the I
LAKE WOITR.WTIOR. the Laws of the State of '
under Florida
Commissioners of Monroe Incorporated )
road, and sign your name, givingname bonds are required for such County (

of your postofflce. purpose, the rate of Interest to be county ordered an election to be held to Authorized capital, IOOooo

Blltor................... WALTCB .. GRAHAM It will only take a moment of paid thereon, and the time for pay] decide whether they would hundred bond and the i Paid up capital, $25,000
Assoelate-KdltorA: MaansgerCRU.H.WALroiOffice your time, and cost but one cent, merit of principal and interest. 1 If county for the sum of three ,,., Average deposits
but if everybody responds to our the board frames and passes such fifty thousand: dollars to build a good $300,000

request we will have your sentiments a resolution, they shall publish the county road-(or bridge).

: Washington! Avenue, Tltusvlll in writing and be able to same in the several newspapers We trust our own county commissioners Transacts a General Mm

Indian River, Florida. judge how an election would go, printed the county, for five insertions will not defer action later than their

and stiffen up the backs of the giving notice of an elec. meeting first Monday In July. There I II Business

PCBLISHrD EVERY FRIDAY. county commissioners, if they are tion to decide the question. The no good reason why they should not act I t

Inclined to procrastinate the callIng ballots shall read for bonds, or at once. The following notice Is now Largest and Oldest! Bank on the 1%

of an election on the bond against bonds, and an election running In the Key West papers :
Check etfl.,may he made payable to"Oraham question. shall be held in the several place NOTICR OF FLFCTIOX. DIRECTORS
.
Walton, publishers and proprietors.Snbucrlptloti. .
PRtTCHAliD.V .
Won't in each district the where the the undersigned county commissioners JAS ]| It"RlJOT'tiJ'to.ld.D\:
We \
some one throughout county q of the 7nal Hank of JarkoMill.
Flor tg
who is alive to the great benefit to last general election was held, and In and for Monroe county, DI-KKFE (Vi.x-President Sstiasl] i,
Twelve month, 11.80 Ida, do hereby !give notice that there lacksonrllle), 1V. B. GRAHAM mil \Ji il
Br* 100 be derived from building a county the county commissioners shall appoint will be an election held In the County of ( UROWK
Three .60 road, see to it that we get a big inspectors of election for Monroe, In the State of florid, by the r CORRE5poNDRNT'
Single copy, .. .8 batch of postals from their neigh. each precinct. The returns of the registered voters of slid county on the ."' ... =y .J! National ReahoardNatlnnal Bank of Jacknorville Hank if I S.. y,rI a"I'
a
Strictly In kdranee. borhood ? election shall be made to the chair. first Tuesday In August, the said Tuesday "
"US\rILLE. I LA.
being the (nth day of August! A. V18D" ri
The above ratealn..Io"le the payment of poo man and clerk of the county commissioners ;;, to vote for or against the Issuing
ape by ne. Snbecriptlone I can commence anytime instead of to the of ;AV! .OUO (three
during the year.Dlncnntlniianm GOOD ROADS! AND HOW TO supervisor of bonds in the sum *
thousand dollars), said
of registration and county hundred and fifty

of a.hta. mint tie made ffonally GETTHEMINBREVARDCO.During judge, and the county commissioners notice being In accordance with a bill STILING'FLORIDA
at this office or hy writing. canvass the returns and derlare Legislature THE EDWARD CART,

MEMBER! OF the last few months the the result, and record same the County of Monroe to bond Itself I In Having 3 inch Tread
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, question of building a shell road In their minutes. The majority of the sum of five hundred thousand dol Made for Sandy Soil,

AFFILIATED WITH TUB from the north end of lirevan the votes cast decides the question. lara, for the purpose of constructing! a
and tiesslmj
National Editorial Aitoriation. county to its southern boundary at Ride for purchasers of the bonds and public drawbridges highway to connect necessary the island of

the St. Lucie River, has been agitated shall be advertised for, and the Key West with Key Largo, Florida,"

and discussed, with the re. county commissioners may reject said bill being approved by the governor
Address all communication to the ProprletOlt suit that a bill was introduced and all bids and advertise a second on the 27th day of May, A. D. lsir! ;
notice shall be published at
the last time. No bonds shall" be sold for The above
passed by legislature, au least Thirty days in two or more newspapers -
GRAHAM A WALTON, thorizing Brevard county to issue less than ninety-five cents on the published In said County of Mon

bonds the dollar. The from sale of
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE for purpose of constructing proceeds roe.In
roads. This bonds to the testimony whereof we have here-
good county was are paid over county
TITCIVILLB, FLORIDA unto set our hands at Key West, Florida, H
the first step necessary for our trustees, and to be disbursed by the Cth day of June A. D. 15113.! ;

-- people to secure good roads, as 1 It them for the purpose for which Sd. Joni WILLIAM, Chm'n;

THE Supreme court has reversedthe would be impossible for us to build they were issued, and for no other. Sd. JOHV F NAVARHO,

judgment of the Circuit courtin good roads, within a reasonabletime The county commissioners are required Sd. JAS. It. CURRY Ja, FOR SALE BY -

the Packwood murder anda without making an issue of to levy an annual tax sufficIent Attest:
case, GEO. W. REYNOLDS! EDWARD SrrXLXN'G
new trial has been granted. A bonds. Now that we are empowered to pay the interest on the Cleik. ,

general impression has prevailedthat by law to bond the county for bonds, and to create a sinking fundto The Lumber. Hardware and Paint Denier.

this would be the outcome. building good roads, the intelligent meet the principal. They are Plants For Sale.A COCOA, In.cl.lttn.: : B.1.vor: FLORZDA

The evidence was circumstantial, voter will want to know the also to appoint, by resolution, a Pineapple

and according to the published reports provisions of the law, so that he financial committee of three per.
limited number of Smooth Cayenne,
was not considered sufflc may decide whether the plan for sons, who are to be trustees of the Abakka, Golden Queens and Em ill

iently strong to warrant a conviction bonding will have his vote or not. bonds. The tax collector is required City pineapple plants at reasonable: rates. ASPHALT I ROOF I PAINTS

and it is by no means certain The ADVOCATE had a hand I In to pay over to such trustee J. & F. M. TILER,

another Jury will render a similar framing the bill, and we took the all taxes collected for the purpose 10-tf Fort Pierce Pinery.

verdict. position that the shorter and more of meeting the principal and interest Ground In Pure : Agents Wanted.

concise the law, the more easily of the bonds, and the trustees Pineapple Slips and Suckers. Oil I Red Brown and

understood by the people and the are to invest the moneys received ; Write for Samples,
THE Corbett-Fitzsimmons prizefight Write for prices on s. 1. Cayenne, and highest
which first booked for more favorably it would be con from the tax collector, by Abbaka, Jamaica Rlpley and Queen slips Grade Prices,
was sidered, hence it is very short. We redeeming the bonds of the countyor and suckers to Black.
Jacksonville, Fla., was knock E. C. B. TINDALL, Asphaltum. Catalogue, Etc.
have procured a certified copy from by investment in bonds and
out by our legislature, as far al Waveland, Fla.
the Secretary of State, and present stocks of the United States.
Florida was concerned, and it was FOE PAINTING: : :
it. It reads as follows : The trustees are ;required to
{ decided to "pull off' the affair in Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers -
annual all disbursements
make of
Texas; but steps are being takento AN ItKKVAUD ACT TO AUTHORIZE TO ISHUK BONDS TUB COUNTY FOR TUB or and reports moneys receivei For Sale. TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS, Factory, Farm and Railroad -
its there.
prevent occurrence I'UKPOBK or CONSTRUCTING! GOOD
be removed for
They cause
The attorney-general has been COUNTY ROADS : and in may case of removal or reslgna., "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas.1 Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and

called upon for an opinion, and i If lie It enacted by the Legislature of the tion the commissioners Oil Apply to MAUDOCK & MATTHAMU, ,
the laws are inadequate to prevent State of Florida:5 county The Palm Beach Pinery, Iron Work of Kind
the The receive
trustees
the proposed exhibition of brutal. Sec 1. That the county commission vacancy. West Palm Beach, Fla. every
en of Ilievard county are hereby em as compensation the same com-
ity, the governor will be asked to Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready
powered to issue the bonds of the county mission as that allowed the county For Sale.
call a special session of the legis for the of constructing good and
purpose treasurer for the safe keeping Roofing and all kinds of
lature. The "manly art of self. county roads In the same manner as I Is
defence" seems to be having a hard now provided by the law for the Issuingof disbursement of moneys. Abbaka pineapple suckers, yellow Cat. Eoofic..g: Supplies, FRonThe
bond for the purpose of erecting a The above is a brief abstract of ley guavas, and pedigree Noonan straw
e time of it.tiS'E court house or jail as contained In the general law providing for the burry plants. Write for prices to Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

Article 2, Chapter 11, of Title 0 of the of bonds and it applies to JAS. MOTT,
: are informed that L. C. Revised Statutes of the State of Florida.Sec. issuing Orlando Nursery, Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
the act above.
special printed
Orlando Fla.
2. The road to be built out 01 3200 to 3300 Va.
wiiiiaiusburgA\e., Richmond
Oliver of Titusville has volunteered ,
,
proceeds of said bonds, shall be constructed Section :2 of the special act
to furnish a launch, with! under the provisions of Chapter printed above, provides that the Sloop For Sale.

motor, to any duly authorized or 4014, of the Laws of Florida, and the roads to be built out of the proceeds -
appointed committee to make funds rained by the sale of bonds aha For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft: ;
a of the issue of bonds to
I be expended under the direction of the are tonnage, IS 27-100; In first-class condi: Merchant'sMetal
to the various
trip neighborhood county commissioners solely and exclusively be constructed under the provision tion. New sails; head-room in cabin.
along the river to canvass the road for the purpose of constructing of Chapter 4014, which is the gen. Best party or trade boat of her size on

question, or to procure data as to maintaining, working, repairing and eral road law now in force. The the river. Price, $40000. Apply to >* "Spanish"TILES.
coat of building the road, etc. keeping In !good condition the roads and commissioners E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland or Capt.
the county BO built, and 01 county superintend Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she
I This offer is substantial evidenceof purchasing suitable tools, Implements, the construction of the road and may be seen *tf + 4We -
how at least one citizen of Titus. I and materials for that purpose. establish grades, bridges and route.

vllle feels in regard to building a Sea. 3. The trustees of the county; The roads are to be on section Indian River Lands for Sale. have three 8urfacevU distinct 1
bonds shall be the custodians of said. j Sixes for Straight
road. We believe theJ.
good county lines section sub-division lines
funds and disburse the same solely for or i 7"0, 10"4, t; 1W
.. St. A. A I. R. U'y company the purpose for which such bonds were or as near the same as practicable. 80 acres on the Banana river, near i As well as a Speetot Graduated -
would also furnish free transportation sold on warrants drawn by the board of Each county commissioner super- Canaveral P. 0.; 40 acres near Narrows t Surfaces.TILE for Conical.--
for a committee to canvas county commissioners on the said tru.. intends the roads in his own district 1'. 0.; 40 acres at Sebastian, on the ridge
tees. and near the railway part cleared; 40 v.
the road What will
project. you Sea 4. This act shall take effect on and divides same into sub acres on the ridge at Woodley, the railway ... .,. ar .. The most Ornamental
do ? The owners pf bicycles Its approval by the governor. divisions and appoints a road over passing through It; 5 acres at Sebastian tips. Roof made, and thor

should organize themselves into a Approved May 81, 1801. seer for each division. The road river front hammock land, near oughly storm-proof

"good road league." There are STATE OF FLORIDA, 1 c overseer is paid $2 per day for his Sebastian building site.railroad and depot splendid The"STAR" Yentilator

enough of them to make themselvesfelt Office Secretary of :State. J o S. services. Any county com missioner HENHY BENSON, "ITI KA"
AVe piaranALflOtta
and to them in particular a I, J.hn L. Crawford, Secretary of who fails to perform his IStf Sebastian, Fla. Oalvanlaed Iron tee all our high'
good shell road would be a thingof State of the State! of Florida, do hereby duty may be deemed guilty of misfeasance Copper 01' IIr':... grade plates to MERCHANT l

beauty and a Joy forever. certify that the foregoing i. a correct of office and a severe .. Absolutely tbe beat Orna- ,, DUI e b_the
copy of an Act to authorize the county; mental, Durable Storm-
of Urevard to Issue bonds for the pun penalty is provided, and it is made New % Smyrna Livery Palm Vroctu.Prevents ol,. ROOFlNG.'roo.

UNDER the provisions of our pose of constructing good county roads, the imperative duty of the grand down draughts (Incorporated
approved by the governor and filed In to investigate all road ac.
Issue.of jury
special act, empowering an
bonds for a good county road, this office, according Given to law.under my hand counts and to present any county -*# Stable, *4- MERCHANT & CO., 517 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.

.the county commissioners may, and the Great Seal of commissioner guilty of misfeas

-"whenever tbey deem expedient," Seal ) the State of Florida, at ance. The law provides for the C. L. DOHN, Proprietor. --- -- --

call an election to decide whether State of } Tallahassee,the Capitol, erection of sign boards and mile EitablUhed 1883. -

they shall make an issue of bonds. Florida. } June this ,the A. D.Oth lO.J4MN W.day 01 poets, and each county commissioner Hacks Meet All Trains JAS Y, BOFILL & CO,

Nothing now remains to be done I. CRAWt'oRD.Secretary is required to report at L. BARBOT & CO. Fruit and Produce

but for the board to pass a resolution stated intervals to the board. Passenger and baggage- transferred to ,

.... provided bylaw,. and call of States Our special act, therefore, leaves all parts of the city, and Coronado General Commission. Commission Merchants
It will be noticed that the county teach. Call on me before perfecting
the construction and entire ,
an election to decide whether we superintendence arrangements.NEW .
hall (build the road or not. The commissioners are empowered of the road in the handsof SMYRXA FLORIDA. s? !3 P. O. Box 1030. -"

people can then vote on the question 10 issue bonds; no special amounts the board of county commissioners o a .,. o .,. .da.ou REFERENCESHanelun* IMS f "u,"":)jaen.
'
mentioned. The size of the Q : !M a. Smith,ronteedc Co., Chicago HI .
and that
and decide the matter once body being composedof .1 .... Hank of Louisiana N. O t'O-<> *'?"!
issue will :
l for all The ADVOCATE will certainly depend upon the estimate men residing each in a different .na" -Q-o d Banking AM'D. John \V. 'Lumtdeo, New E YorY 1
of cost of building the road PINEAPPLE SLIPS w City; J. C.Smith& Co.. Bt IxwU Mo '
,imt rest until the matter is neighborhood of the county, can "" Peterson,Ft(tainee, M.Olaiier, Maratee
or road, as the case may be. It ascertain the sentiment of the ,r-la., Fruit and Luce Trad O n"rau'
submitted to the people. We are peo- .
NEW Commercial Agencies.New
ill be noticed that our is ORLEANS
satisfied majority are in favor of county pie and so manage matters as to = AND SUCKERS No. 3W-331 Poydrastreet.
authorized to bond for LA.
bonding for a good road, and they building employ only residents, tax payers, ( New Orleans La.
oads the is
plural u.ed-In the Metropolitan
have a right to be allowed to vote voters and other worthy people, REFERENCE i Bank. IrlJberai: A< vances made on CODAlpw"DtI
FOR SALE (tuuiniorr .
is Ageaeie.
lame manner as now providedby
.on the question. The county com. i whenever they can find sufficient .
law for erecting a court house
anissioners cannot say they do not laborers among that class of or f the Following Exposition Produce Co
and jail, as contained in Article 2, people. G, G McCLINTOCK ,
it to call election ,
""deem expedient an
r-
Chapter t. of Title 9 of the Re- Red
Spanish
," for a majority of the voters }( MERCHANTS
ised Statute The question then II Receiver of GENERAL COMMISSION !
In each district, save one, have already rises, what docs Article 2 referredto lOXKOi: COUXTTO IIOX1 Porto Rico,
presented petitions favoringthe VARIETIES : Smooth Cayenne Fruits Wholesale Fruits, Vegetables, Poultn
provide Most of our reader FOIl ItOADS. and
road project. Vegetables Eggs, Fish, etc.
may! conveniently consult a copy of II Golden Queen, OWi and Rtonee Rooms

the Revised Statutes and will find Th people of Vooroe county do not Enrille Ciby, 41 5 North Front St., Nu..m A US Buitof 81,'or.Edgewood Are

\ SEND JUS! A POSTAL. Article 2, Chapter 2. of Title 9 on propose to waste any time In availingheotaeUes 1.... Orders now taken. AH first Philadelphia Pal Consignments Atlanta. Solicited.- Georgia.Consignee
, palCe'275. VT. would advise those of the authority conferred

1 W wish those ai our reader who can eonveafently do to, to read upon th.m by a special act, passed by laas plants and early delivery Apply Shipments sold on srrlTal Check Furnished with attention dally quotations.Special to every consignment

who feel sufficient j#(,,,,.t in the this article carefully. the Legislature, authorizing them to to G. C. MATTHAMS and accounts 01 sales! sent out each day. large or small.

l road question, out way or the other, It provide tbat whenever the Issue bonds for three hundred and fifty Florida Pineapple Co., bend for market report References Carload lots of Florida regetables aadfnlta .
upon sppUcatlon
would jrard to the board of count/ commissioners of thousand dollars tie of from all over the sUteT handled on Special commission.Writ
fend 4 poets for purpose West Palm Beach Fla. flaw ai auoa tbls U *for Stencil.Tag.ete.t .
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[ I I from and the half sight to Complete :Fertilizersfor e

I participator: COCOA ICE WORKS

:( rather unique potatoes, fruits, and vegetables require (to secure the largest ,

J The soup from yield and best quality) Cooocv F1.or1.da.
i ,
by all to be

whose recommend digest At Least IO% Actual Potash.Results -OTX3XT: OPErt.A'r:1:0N.:

, G. cz. isi.*] <,iivo-iiii:: ,
of experiments prove this conclusively. ]How and
, says: "There Manufacturer -
why, is told in our pamphlets. *

This on I I.out par.of They are lent free. Il will cost you nothing to rend them and they win save yon ICE & DISTILLED WATER

in but who dollar GERMAN KALI WORKS.cj Nuun Street, New York.'
can ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
.\ the nov- - ----
Mr. Ed. Wilkinson, also Miss May T.OO- should receive the attention of our City
the rocky Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freei-ers and Water Coolers.
that mil to Mr. Ely Grant llelme, of Klikvlllo Fathers, and measures taken to suppress -
; grand-
Me. MK! Thompson and Mcssr[ U.
McDonald, thus Lake Worth Ice Works
of the ocean: Wilkinson and llelme are three well Mr. Carpenter, auditor of the London, ,

: known young people In Dayton.i We Liverpool and Globe Insurance companywas

<< and very heard young It. wish both couples a great deal of happi In tow n Tuesday examining the business PALM MUCH }'L,.,

ness.A. of the agents! of his company.

] within the farewell beach patty was given bat Messrs. McAlllitter, Boynton and Barton -

week In honor of Mis. Caroline Ilabing- are shipping carloads of luscious

and the tongue.dark ton Lockwooil, who left, on Tuesday, watermelons. A specimen muskmelon HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS :

for New York, where she will join her raised on their place proves conclusivelythat

: h a great wave aunt, Mrs. Francis P. I Ishervtood of Tol- the taut-named fruit can be successfully -

I'v.: may never edo, O.; and Mrs. Wesbey Slmr.ul, ofNew I i grown In our vicinity. MANUFACTURED BY --
) York city. The three ladles will
I lion. Minor\ h, Jones of TltuioUlp, wasa
when I sail on Saturday for England. Mm.
guest at Betel lu Nil, Sarno, the Hint Chapman & Sudlow
i Lockwood expects to remain In Europetwo <
t and felt arise lof the wetk. He came down on legal ,
to perfect herself In vocal
years business connected with the of
estate
&-an awful
music South Jacksonville Florida.
I' the late Mr. John ireen. Mei> rs. D. S. ; j
hands and [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Bryan and William Tieutler having been
.
''i an Immortal job printing you need.] appointed nppiaUors of the personal For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.

property of the deceased, an Inventorywas ,

to_ this Cocoa. taken and an appraisal of $010 *
made. -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:- ;
through the
Mr. Chan. T. Veibeke, of !barno, on Dealers all kinds of Haw Material, such ah .'iulll'olallh, Kalult, CottonSeed
[Remember the ADVOCATE, Titus- lifting! from the dinner table Tuesday, Meal, Nitrate of SIHIa l; fie., etc.
described a ville, does all kinds of job printing. Give Hone ground and steamed/ in tho factory In three different piltff .
was attacked with vertigo, falling full
I !
recent us a share of your work.] bend for Pamphlets' and' Pi '".
length on the floor and cutting and

young peo The ground I Is very dry and rain is bruising his face severely He received I
I none were '
to Ponce needed very much for grove and garden. I prompt attention and, at last accounts, ;

when visiting The beautiful moonlight evenings aio was resting quietly. Mr. Veibeke has !

come to the delightful for a ride on the avenue to been Indisposed since the death of his MUCK LANDS I"

to meet us at liockledge and return. partner, Mr. Green. ,

us across. Melons are plentiful the market, to 1Il"'f...a OF CAROUI, t Tonic for W.,-... yw
we found the the delight of the small ,boy, and of some I

Jones older boys and girls, too. \
waiting CANAVERAL: '"S. I11SC.tYNHIIAY. Ill two 11I11111 half aero tracts,

1 we were In- Would It not be a good idea to have 1

across, more shade trees growing on our streets, '

) to enter and more yards beautified with (lowers Fronting on C ana. 0 o 0 0 0
The people of Canaveral neighborhoodsay
\ captain had a and shrubbery ? I
they are glut: to note the ADVOCATE Apply to
up, and with Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Illndle, on little lens about
Is saying a Biscayne Hay,
: rope and Miss Sunday night, a fine glil. Mother and and that wo have found time to say a ALBERT W. ROBERT
craft swept child are doing nicely. The father I III as N
word about Canavcial. So, so. Have West Palm Beach, Fla.
of life and .'
,
happy as clam at high tide. they forgotten that during the past few
at once In- ------------ "
The iron picket and rail fence frontingthe years we have written enough about \

who gave us property of Messrs. Stlling, Holmes Canaveral to fill a good sized book; and HAPPERSETT
; were soon at S. H.
every one of and Travis, on the avenue, is a very attractive how much support has the Canaveral f

addition to the property im neighborhood given the AnvocATK for
the ,
( con- I
provement Cocoa. all Its labor ? Very little. Do they not
I. .
,) to find (Successor to Kay & )' )
Is informed that know that for column we have
Your correspondent every ;
ringing In eighteen thousand crates such a charming little reh'eatj; every-
nions from Bermuda. We are told thing in the best possible order-and another building will go up on a lot In written about liixcayne Hay we have Stoves Tinware: Doors Sash; Blinds Paints t r
the same block to Mr. Jones in the near written four columns about Canaveral? ,
the cost of transportation I* twenty this in bachelor' quarters, too. I assure ,
future. We are glad to know of such Are our best efforts so soon forgotten ? "
'< a crate, thus making for the you we felt quite small. Then, I
We to section In which Oils Barb Wire
give
nshlp company $3,600 for about two when we found such a lot of nice, dainty Improvements. expect every Poultry Netting o.' \
the ADVOCATE circulates and gets ,
y and sister Miss Kate left support
Mr.
,
Eyer ,
carrying If we could have our things provided for our dinner, In ad-
carried out of the bight at a pro- dition to what we had brought, it was a for the mountains of Carolina last week, such prominence as its Importance III ..j {

ionate rate, Brevard county could royal feast and one which all took equal to spend the summer. They will repair warrants. Hardware (

pete with Bermuda. The farmers Interest in, and instead of being obligedto from there to the exposition at Atlanta During the past year DiKcayne Bay has @ 1 .

''Ie Banana river section alone would eat while fighting mosquitoes and this fall, where Mr. II. Eypr will have an attracted a great dual of attention. Few III I l
people have visited that exceptionally l
"' next year, their thousand bushels avoiding red-bugs, we had a cosy, neat exhibit.Mr. ,..
fine portion of the state, and while our
ions dining room, with all the acquisitions! of S. S. Jones, one of Cocoa's successful Canaveral readers may not care to learn ICE CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, GASOLINE ,;

18th century refinement provided. We merchants, is laying the foun-
about Its beauties, they should! remember -
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girls, of course, left the place In as good dation for a brick building. This U STOVES and REFRIGERATORS. i- -j;
Coronado Beach. that our descriptive articles shout :
order as we found it, only with fewer another sure evidence of Cocoa's prosperity -
Biscayne ]Hay are highly appreciated by
provisions, for our appetites were good. Mr. Jones Is a good businessman j
'J'J'J"t7SVJLLE.: : FLOEJDA.::
our subscribe in state in the ,
every .
'r,Sperry. of Orlando has purchased We then climbed the stairs of the light- and needs a building of his own for
Union who are anxious to learn all they
.
and its business. -- -- a
Kingsbury cottage, away up the house Inspected many Interesting an increasing '
h* It is bought for the joint use of things, but the view from the top was Some mischievous boys, two whose can about the New River and Biscayne christened, and consequently as yet It Is The Largest and Most Complete i

families of Messrs. worth the climb, which Is saying a good Hay sections. the no-name organization, but as soon
Smith Sperry name are known, last week cut to pieces as Congressman Lin ton returns home a Establishment South. I

Johnson. deal, Then, as we_dcacended, we seated and tore down the temporary place The Preacher Get a Pounding. meeting will be called, officers elected, a

:song the arrivals at Coroaado this ourselves In one of the windows, and on where the ladies and children repaired name chosen, and everything necessary; GEO. S, HACKER & SON,
the stairs half-way down-and had along to pushing the work for which the com i
here robes for
: Mr. Arthur Young, Orlando i to exchange their bathing bestslnce I
; Yes, I have been trying my pany will be organized completed. All
,Bafsnlder, Illinois; Rev. Mr. Dodge, : service. It would be impossible to suits. It was done in mischievous wan- have been here to behave myself, but In the arrangements have been made, and .

Mi J. p. Mace, Lake Helen; describe the wonderful effects of our toness. They should be ashamed of spite of my best efforts, on List Friday all that !Is necessary now 1 II the election ..

.J 0. Mitchell, Florida; D. L. Stern- ''I singing as it echoed and re-echoed within themselves. night I was surprised, by the )brethren of o lcerl."

:er, Savannah; Major St. Clair Abra- those high walls It was something Would It not be a good Idea to form a and friends from La Grange and Mini a* The scheme has gotton beyond the
4 wd that will not be forgotten soon by any of talking part and I II really a settled thing.Arrang"lIlenll .
family and Mrs. Wm. Strother- Village Improvement Association ? /Such will as from Titusvllle, In my home;
::1.. The latter are domiciled In a the party." an association i I. needed to look after and, well such a pounding as I received have been completed by

age for the season. [Job work cheaply, neatly and expeditiously the care of some of our street and side demonstrated more forcibly than wordscan which 300,0(10( acre of land on the East
I executed at the Alt VocATk. omce, Coast of this state, and lying between
:oftiBOr' Sharp, of DeLand, put In an walks. Cocoa has made good progress express what the people think of me
Titusvllle. Circulars, hand bills note Fort Pierce and Biscayne Hay have .
"day fishing this week, when he I heads statements In Improvements In several lines, and if and mine. Yes, they pounded hard and i
letter envelopes
head, changed hands, the contract being aignedand .........
.
three brother and Captain Demaree tags, etc., etc.] the streets were kept clear of some noxious heavy-grits, rice, meats, milk potatoes,
hand of the
In the Saginaw mem
,ht fully a hundred fish, of various weeds, It would be another decided onions, squash corn, flour, sugar, meal
bore of the The deal Involvesa
One specimen, a remarkable improvement. and even a tiny stream of silver, to the company. II
cash transfer of over $3,000X)0.:
""gone, with a head widening out Daytona. tune of one hundred and fifty cents. Manufacturers of

**b aides, with eyes on the ends; I Eau Gallie. How did we feel? Well, just put yout- The gentlemen Interested In the company .
Doors Sash Blinds
Paring the queer-looking creature I self in the place of a poor preacher, are the Hon. W. S. Linton, David ., ,

description of hammer-head' Miss Annie Saws, of New Smyrna, has when the larder I I. just about empty, Swlnton and C. E. Linton, of Saginaw; .'

d It i is supposed to a be one of that been visiting Miss Ester Maley. Dr. Lansing I II busily preparing for and his purse entirely so, and then draw D. D. Altken, of Flint; D. P. Mai key, Moulding and Building Materl t
and Hugh White removal to West Palm Beach. X. S. and Thos. Watson ,
IM Messrs. K. 11. Purdy your conclusion. Glad ? Yes and Major Boynton ,
!IoIIIager I have room at the Palmetto House. Mr. F. Yerkes, representing the Flor- thankful to the Lord for kind and of Port Huron; J. N. Morse, the residentsuperintendent Office and Warerooms, King, Opposite
I
Sharp, of the Coronado hotel, ida Hardware was In town of the company at the Cannon Street,
and will remainIn company Brethren and sister
lecell't" of the following letter from Major Abbott family thoughtful friends. lands In Florida; and II. Oalllarl. the

ph Richardson, general passenger I I their Daytona home until August 1st. Tuesday last. God will not forget you, for He hath cashier of the National Hank In tills I Charleston S. C.
Dr. Geo. W. Holmes, of City Point said have done It unto Fla. Citizen. ,
11QI the J., St. A. .k: I. R. R'y : Tarpon fishing ha begun, and our "Inasmuch a* ye city.-
I artist of the rod and reel are wild with was in town Monday, in attendance on one of the least of these my brethren, ye

u, Frank Sharp June Coronado 6th, 1805.!: ]Dear delight Mr*. Geo. Houston. have done It unto me." Yes, you may I Good roads 1 Oo d roads"" I Read Sash Weights, Cord and

:-Is l reply r favor of the 4th The weather is delightful, with night Mr. Floyd! the popular representative come again, and God bless you all, I I. 1 I our article on this subject, and how

: beg to advise that the regular red cool. We think our northern : the earnest prayer of your humble i to get them. Hardware
deliciously
rates
turnl to the seaside' resort have Savannah pastor, U. A. OLIOICK.Titusvllle : ,
if!??dpI n, and will be published I friends would do well to spend their fry ItAU-DUIIO"' tfur Djtjwptls.TITUSviLU .
"' ::ll. train on the South summers a* well a* winter in Florida. Mr. and Mr*. Gu bnell left, Tuesday Fla., June 11, 00. Window and Fancy Glass

v:' probably. A: K. W. will permit onea Mr. Mook, of Jacksonville\\ wa In morning, for a short visit to Live Oak, COLONISTS FI103I MICHIGAN. : WIATIHU inPOUT. :- ;

'*, W, *.change to enable our people schedule from town this week; also Mr. G. E. Muriel, Fla., the home of Mrs. !bnell' parents.Mr. I A SPJCIAI/rY.

u''a' and adjacent traveling man. They J. W. Davis, of the Jacksonville -- -
country to make a our well known The following U a comparative statement ---
) ICUl'1llon trip to New Smyrna." had cool, delightful room at the Pal Beer and Wine company wan In town of temperature and rainfall for the

:1'')} the professors from the De- metto. Wednesday of last week, calling on old Three Hundred Thousand Acre week ending WDduuiwlay, June 12, 'U5: RUPTURE

i' Taken on the Lust Count. -lltda.- -ltlbb.DATE .-
ersity, stopping on the beach Tuesday night a dinner-dance wa acquaintance I

C 'from three to four surf bath given to the Hon Cha Dougherty and Mayor John Carey left on )londa)'* ST. AC'O"'IITI Jo:, June.-The Colonl- MAX. MIS. MAX. MIX. Can be Cured.

"'lied 7 17IIi 84 77
: *the day, he take great pleasure prominent among whom were Mr*. Chan by his wife and Master John Carey. Michigan, an account of which wa ; 8 1tf tllf M 7tl With M much caw and certainty II a

othert11: periwinkle A* the larger Bingham and Mr. Cha Smith. They expect to return about Sept 1st. given In the columns of the Citizen: some U fti IW M It broken limb, If the right mean are fin-

w"cede, alter moistening the and, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marx, of Jacksonville Mr. J. a Mill i. now Installed a* week ago, I I. of greater proportion 10 tkt It; 87 VI ployed. If you are afflicted: and a per

ifci tle IheU fish spring' UP thickly \- are making a short visit In Daytona. agent of the J., bt. A. 4: I. R. It',, taking than wa then realized\ The Saginaw 11 U tU W 71 73 VI M M W manent, radical cure U any object, write
*ute Evening News thus peak of It:
or so, then a* quickly dl* In for book giving full particular for
.tar. Mr*. Marx (nee Woodworth) wa born the place: of Mr. Watts, while the Total rainfall for the week: trace my
colonization .
/ Ham, and perhaps a few hundred to much-needed "One of the largest companies Self Cure at home. Book sent free to all
aqy Daytona and her friend are glad Utter gee away on a va- In existence, aad one with a* I Departure from normal rainfall for the
,alf' Another cluster springs up, welcome her back and wish the young cation. food chance and bright prospect a* week < miss 1,77 Inches. Departure sufferers. Address, I I1r.
: J the gatherer speed like so ever blossomed la the Ute, bu just front norms! rainfall sine January 1st; "W.' S. nioo,
'**. couple much happiness. The nocturnal aUuben of our citizens I minus 3.3 inches.
eteaderafterclaim. ban formed In Michigan, and Baginawpeople
f"* "P laud and fish and then They la- Announcement card have arrived U i are ftlfbUy disturbed by the running are the prime mover la IL J. 1:. LAXOV>TT>, 8MITHVILLE Jeff. (he.. X. Y.ITnoylm ..

let** water to sift, out the go sand. Dayton of )lid Florence Thompson and about of several hone Thi nuisance I "TJ company ha not jet beea Observer.








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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNE 14, 1895.

I
ALEX REAL
m: t T
er. 80 yon see tbere'i two of M happy, THE GARDEN.Chokmi Ttn

WAS A PHILOSOPHER. and If there warn more of It the world weeds NEAR & TAYLOR

with 111 ranln lar a-djl" '
would be happier. Thanks, boss. mjr ((8uoceuo.. to John
Bard was the ground; no bud had heart to MCAUlter!]|
Then the philosopher went In to din '

A BEGGAR STUDENT OF HUMAN NA- ner.-New York Herald.SAYREVILLE' yes shone blow four smile there, with roof soft Artesian Well Contractor

TURE WHO HAD A SYSTEM. breath ntghlnf, r
AMAZING HUES. "Have patience for come day the Bower JOB EAU GALL1E.
I will trow." ==_ FLA
Mendicant/"Carried: Out fpnaLlnM rraetk.t A Jersey Blasphemy In Yellow Ret 1m a =--=--
Borne wmdi! yon killed: you made a plot and FOR
-Wfcr n.Avoided the Rich-Mood Symphony of BUe. tilled It

OaUld RMtaanuit bat Never Begged Probably the most remarkable bit of "My plot," von said "rich harvert yet hall fPalpitation WINES and

From a Hungry Looking Han. color to be found within a radius of 100 give," I SPIRIT:
With ran warm".de of hope your dear
f
mile from this is the little
city hamletof hands filled It,
He WM a wretched looking chap to Bayreville, N. J. From an artist'i With rain con tears of pity bade them live dt nEE 11 S
thinly clad that he WM really an objectof point of view Sayreville is *,
impression' So, weak ,mOD, the weed that had withstood
pity. He bad fought a secluded oor- ratio In the nightmare sense of the word. yon.One CIGARS:

ner at the entrance of a cheap rlllltauran' Its surrounding are beautiful, for It little pore white flower grew by and by, ET(

near Herald square, and for awhile it stands on a little bluff overlooking a Ton eould not pluck my flower. Ala, bow \ OF THE FINEST QUALITY,
seemed as if he had chosen the spot honld you? eo
marsh TO
the of
spreading through center
Ton set the sued but let the blossom die.
merely to escape the chilling blast of which a sparkling river runs to lose Mail Budget.

the cutting wind. Many men paned Itself in a rift of the faraway hills. The Lesley & Rcnakt{

Into the place, but be spoke to none. marsh is a dull, grayish blue, the river FAME WON BY ACCIDENT. Families Supplied.

Finally one who had Just completed give a steel blue effect, and far away \
meal Battle not Bneeeeefnl Picture of the Heart SI-: Our Lodgings and
oame forth. The man started for the distance of the hills blends in soft Lepaffe't Will be wtnatS0''
was an Ad..rt".ea"The Ready by Oct 1.
ward, hesitated a moment and then re
gradations into the hue of the In
iky.
Shortness of Breath, Swellingof side Washington ave., between }
French Dastien T
earned hit former position. Soon another great painter,
the midst of this gem of a landscape K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block.
man, apparently in a great hurry, oame stands Bayreville, yellow in every sense Lepage, was pursued by unmerciful disaster Legs and'Feet."For .

from the restaurant, buttoning his coat through hii youth In hit efforts to
of the word. It ii a blasphemy in yel about four years I was troubled
M he walked. In a moment the poor low study art Hli mother worked in the heart
set in blue. of the
a symphony with palpitation HODGES &
fellow itood in the way and barely bad I In the neighboring villages there Ii a fields to keep that sickly boy at school shortness of breath and swelling ofthe -+ OF ALL KINDS 4- GODFRtlManufacturerl

a he uttered his request for help when be legend as to bow Bayreville became yellow At IS he went to Paris alone, starvedfor legs and feet. At times I would I

f was rewarded with a dime.A I They say that when the town was seven year, painted without success, faint I was treated by the best physicians II of
later but still He had finished In Savannah Oa.. with no re I
moment a group of young first built there wasn't a painted house painted. just ,

men in very high ipiriti pained into the In it and that one day an enterprisingpeddler a picture to send to the salon when Paris lief. I then tried various Springs Yellow Pine L11111bE

restaurant To an ordinary student they on his notion telling ronnds was besieged, and he rushed with his without benefit Finally, I tried Neatly t taot'GH

would have been Just the right men to comrades to the trenches.On .
saw in this an opportunity for moneymaking Dr. Miles'Heart Curealso A DRESSED
approach for alma, but the beggar law lie the first day a shell fell Into his
procured a large quantityof II IIO..ange
them not It was only to certain men studio and destroyed his picture, and his Nerve and Liver Pills After Box 1..ftIR,
damaged paint at a nearby city, all
returning to the street that be made of the in another shell fell at his feet wounding beginning to take them 1 felt better I Fruit A: ratable tnt,
paint being various hues of
bimself known. It wan bat the work ofa him. lie was carried home and lay ill continued taking them and 1 am now Lumber delivered at any part nf Indtu 1
moment to with yellow, from bright orange down to the and idle for two yeaK Then he re I in better health than for many years. on through: bill of lading Anyone .rots
pick an acquaintance dallost buff This paint he carted to Since my recovery I have gained fifty CheaplyAND Ing building' on the haft Coant,woiiM;;do,,
the fellow, and when he found I wan turned to Paris, and, reduced to absolute write for prices. The Hawtnlll In.1"lOIM,,
Sayreville and sold at low prices, and pounds in weight. I hope this statement -
I J., T. & K. W. Ry., V uillet south! Islet
interested he talked freely of his plan. still with large profit to himself. Then want painted cheap fang for a liv may be of value to some poor

"I had to do a good deal of thinking the town sot about painting elf yel ing. One day a manufacturer of some sufferer" SatsuniallightsPutnamco,lx

about it when I first started he medicine ordered from E. Ga.I1swilesTTeartCurosssoldonapositive.
In, low. Some of the people pooled their patent a picture B.SUTTON Way Station

aid. "I can't get work now and when Interests and their and him to illustrate its virtues. Lepage, -
ornamented
points
.
I have work I can only keep at it for a their houses with the combination. who was sincere, gave his best work to a uaranwethatthear.tbottle, a bottles will tor benefit.AlldruKglRtasellitattl. 15,0" J. M. SANDER

little while on account of rhenmatlnm. the advertisement He painted a landscape It will be Mint, prepaid on receipt of price *
Others ran to stripes, and having used ilkiart
by the Dr. Mile Medical Co., lad. ,
When I saw I had to beg, I thought I up one tint filled in with the rent One in the April sunlight; The leavesof

might as well do It right or not at all tried tender green quivered in the breeze; Dealer in -
man polka dots in chrome on a
If know about men'. faces of beautiful girls gathered
you anything of a group ExpeditiouslyExecuted
background greenish buff, with brilliant -
and clothes don't have around fountain from which the elixirof
you to do any effect. When the work was done, a DRY GOODS NOTION
guesswork at all. I can tell long beforeI the peddler came back with a big consignment youth sprang in a bubbling stream. The fruit crop In Colorada will be ,

get near a man what my chances are of staring green, which the Lepage believed there: was real merit in practically uninjured by the cold snap.
with him and if I don't think it AND
that it'i townspeople bought, and with which The much-talked-of railroad from
ten to one I will got something I don't "Let me offer It at the salon, he
they painted their blinds. The result Dutte to Reno, via Boise, Idaho, will Choice Groccrie
him for there's in asked his
try no good wearing was pleasing to the' Sayrevillers, but patron.
be built
out and Some The manufacturer soon
yourself getting common. was delighted.
startling to such few outsiders as
fellows go along the street and try to chanced to journey to that town. "Bnt first paint a rainbow arching over MetlrM't WINE OFORDUI for female dl........ Hay Corn Mapes' Fertil

touch every well dressed man they meetThey In the course of time two householders the fountain," he said, "with the name ,

couldn't do anything worse, for found courage to break away from of my medicine upon it" Lepage refused A mad dog got in a flock of sheep at FINE PATENT FLOUR.
everybody sees what they're doing and "Then I will not pay you a ion
the prevailing yellowness. One repaint. Ohio and the killed the AT THE-
knows they are professional and steers ed his house in robin's blue the for the picture'I" The price of this pio Tiffin, owner Cfoooae h1aridCOMPOUND
egg ,
clear of them. The only time to go up other tinted his a deep magenta, and lure meant bread for months, and the 150; he left alive; also two cows.

against well dressed men as a straight now these two buildings stand out con painter bad long needed bread. The Ex-Gov. St. John denies that be Is to

thing, without regard to their faces, ii spicuously and give just enough color chance of admission to the salon was drop prohibition and advocate free sil -o- OXYfi

when they are full and feeling happy tone to the village to accentuate its small. He hesitated Then he silenced ver.

over it"The his hunger and carried the canvas to
effects in
amazing yellow.-New York
average well dressed man or the salon. It was admitted. Its great

woman is the hardest kind of a person Sun success insured Lepage a place in public Walton's Rapid Calking Machine, ADVOCATEPrinting Restores strength quiets the Of
.OO tlO.OO and 15.00: each. In us.
$ disease.
1 to hit They do lots for charity, but it'i OLD BELLS IN NEW YORK. recognition and his later work a place of the principal boat-builders and expels
by many Proof, the most convincing, ii of
in a diflerent waY-locletlea, schools among the greatest of living artists. and testimonials
In the Noith. See pamphlets free to all who suffer. Call and K-
Two Metal Whoee Tone Hate
Meuencer
for kids Current Literature.Some e
kindergarten. and missions Information.of .
write for further
Bounded to Generation. or
IIlaay -{})-
and they think they are doing edongh. 200 pages sent free.

If any one hits them on the street, they Whether it be due to patriotic or Railway Mapmaklng- of sent Home or office treatment Coo
Lieut. Gov. Milnes, Michigan,
put them down for a professional You poetic instincts it is nevertheless true "This won't do," said the general tlon free.

have got to judge the well dressed people that a famous old bell always arouses a passenger agent in annoyed tones to the his resignation to Gov. Rich. Milnes
reminiscent feeling Its has succeeded Julius Cresar Burrows as l>rs. Starkey & Pale",
by their faces and general manner very presence map maker. "I want Chicago moved
{{ -
t and let their clothes count for nothing. suggests a story-the glad cry of liberty down here half an inch, so* as to come congressman.By 1329 Arch Street Philadelphia,

"Whenever I have to do any street the joyous peals of wedding festivities on our direct route to New York. Then a vote of 7 to fl the Tiffin, 0.,

work, I always select the people of the the somber tone of funeral proces take Buffalo and put it a little farther Ladles' Cycling club decided against

lower middle classes, who don't put on done Weather stained and hoary, an from the lake. JACKSONVILLE STEAM I

any front-women especially I mean old bell seems like a messenger of fate. "You've got Detroit and New Yorkon bloomers.

( people who live comfortably, but haven't Hence it ii not to be wondered at that different latitudes, and the impresSion Benjamin Yard of Avorna-by-the-Sea WORKS.The

got any too much money to spare. Say, the bell In the yard of the Collegiate that that ii correct won't help our was elected president of the Hotel Men's 4 ;!t- Office. .
church, at Fifth avenue and Twenty-
yon may think I'm stringing yon, but I road. Benefit association.
ninth street, daily attracts a throng of "And take those two lines that above establishment is urn'
man,
would rather have one nickel from one
Louis Schmidt of Laporte Iml. has K ua
We poitltitelt
faces management.
Inquiring closely pressed againstthe with and make 'em twice
ns as
of them than a quarter from a fellow compete any nor
Iron the found his brother Carl, from whom he our work equal to that of
grounding
high railing
who oould stand it and had it to burn. crooked as that Why you've got one
church. of 'em almost straight had not heard In forty-two yoara.lIeURU'S city.
Funny, but I feel just as sentimental
about that sometimes ai if I was earn From the quaint Latin inscription on "Yank Boston over a little to the __ Dyed.
Cleaned
the bull one learns that it was sent in WINE OF OROUI for Weak N.rv.i.Miners Gents' Clothing or
and little the
west New York to
ing it and I would earn it if I had the put a
chance. 1793 by the people of Amsterdam as a west 10 as to show passengers that our Ladies Goods Cleaned or

gift offering to the North church in Now Buffalo division is the shortest route to
"Now, yon take this stand of mine at Laurelton and Dillonvale, goods
York, then at Fulton and William Dying Silks and Cleaning
here today. There's three men who gave Boston In Ohio, near the river are stopping Specialty
delicate texture a
streets, where it had been erected in "When yon've done all these things Do not. most
me something-two nickels and dime. trains suspected of carrying coal. for price list.
I have been here half an hour and I've 1628.Hanging I've said, you may print 10,003 copies
only struck five men. I missed two. high above the city, at -but say, how long have you been iu Over 41K( men at the blast furnace of MAIMIARD BROS.. Ft

Well, three out of five don't look like Forty-eighth street and Fifth avenue, Is the railroad business, anywayNewYork the Ballalre (Ohio) Nail works, have accepted Send No. 13 Newnan St., Jackson*'ill.
another link that binds to the yonrPRINTING
us past
Herald advance of 15 cent In
bad guesswork, if you want to call it an per
This bell bears this Dutch inscription
10 does It? This is the cheapest restaurant great wages and will resume work.
: How nice Walk on Window Panee. GLEASON I& CO
in the neighborhood. There'sthe W H
Imperial Marlborough and all the "Een leegat aan de Neederdentsche The microscope reveals the neat contrivance file Kequlrenienta.Papa .

other big hotel restaurants I could Klrke, N lew York 1731. which enables a fly to walk upa -So George ia going to leave away, ATTORNEYS IN LA>'I>C-

have taken, but I'll bet I wouldn't have It appear from the old will of Colonel window pane or defy the laws of that place? What Ii the trouble this

Abraham de Peyster that he ordereda gravity by gliding along back downward '
got a thing from the people who came time? GRANT
bell be made in Holland for the TITLES TO SPANISH
to on the ceiling. The magnifier But the
from any of them. The men who go inhere Mamma He complains that the keep
don't pay over S3 or 80 cents for Middle church, then occupying the site shows the foot to be made up of two hours are too long. AMINED AND PERFErTE'ADSTRACTS

of the old fort at the Battery The people pads covered with fine, short hair, each
what they eat and I'm willing to take Papa H'm! I guess George would
my chances with them'right along. I of Holland were so pleased at being pad having a hook above it Behind like to work from 18 till I, with an FURNISHED AS

"I alwayi wait till a man come out i thus remembered by one of their number each pad is a bag filled with a sticky hour off for luncheon.-Llte. Money on the OBTAINED

Some people think it ought to be the I in America that a great number of liquid which oozes out whenever the fly SURVEYS

other way, for the reason that a man coins were thrown into the smeltingpot put his foot down. The amount which Bow It I* Done. Defective Homestead and Pre-E
which contained the metal for the ii pressed out of each foot is very small Entries Corrected and Perfected
who was hungry would be more apt to "Don't yon find it rather difficult to East Coast I
give out of sympathy for the man who Veil as an evidence of their appreciation. Indeed, but taken all together it ii amply get rid of them" was asked of the man Claims adjusted before the

wan hitting him for money for something During the Revolution the Middle sufficient to bold the insect in any who is making a specialty of Trilby ment at Washington.

to eat Out I didn't figure it out church was put to strange uses. Removing position he chooses.-St Louis Repnblio. tableaus, with society women In the title Correspondence solicited

the pulpit gallery, pews and By giYing theADVOCATE FLA.
that way. You see, these are pretty role. EAU GALL1E
converted
bard times, and there's more people In flooring, the British dragoons Nero's Appearance I "Oh, not Whenever a woman doesn't

bard luck than there ever wan before. it Into a riding academy I suit 1 tell her that her feet are too
Ootbout In his youth Nero was remarkably L
John was granted permission and
Now, It.. bad enough to be in hard mall"-Hartford Courant Pineapple, Orange
from Commander in Chief Lord Howeto handsome, but early in manhood his ,
luck, but it', worse yet to be hungry, Cheap'
Land For Sale,
remove the De Pwystor bell to a place habit. of dissipation made him exceedingly I
and when a man is up against both -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine
of safety Accordingly, In the moat unobtrusive corpulent To judge from bill < ph'
game little things will bother him that manner possible, the bell wai medal and the descriptions left of him No. one, $3; No. two, $10; No. three, $13 I have for sale (80 acres few o m,
wouldn't affect him at all if he bad his A share ot land on St. Lucie river, a
.
lent to Chambersbnrg, Pa. be must have weighed over 300 pound Titusville, Fla. which being I'
stomach full I reason that pretty nearly low Eden, 40 of
When peace was restored the bell Hi feature were regular, but his eye of northeast quartet 0'
man who comes In hero is either quarter
every was bung in the steeple of the Middle were *o protuberant ai to be almost a Notice 18 township 38, south of rang 1
in bard luck or elite be is a miser ,
church, afterward leased to the federal deformity, and be was nearsighted, so the other 40 is the nortbesw '
who don't want to spend any wore than Your Job Work
and much that he could not recognize his
so
government for postoffloe purposes, of southeast quarter oUea
is actually necessary. If it wasn't so, In Circuit Court, In and for Brevard
which many remember as the old Post acquaintance across the street Florida township 88, south of
yon know they would all go to the big County, : boughlper
office building. A little more journey The above land can be
John Heath
the hotels for knowas 1
restaurants
you P"
rerll of the Future. for
bell reached luprelllD' vas I la suitable
and the D It
ing e Peyiter acre.
well as I do that the right kind of a haven. Passenger (in chair car-Where are rrank M. Wellve. and Julia f III Chaacerr.C. >--< orange, lemon or lime growing'Will
and nice Welles this wtfsl.IT ). J
man likes good things to eat 40 *
dear Don't leave alone of
going we lots
The carefully yon be sold in
Collegiate consistory
clean service if be can afford It appearing! by the affidavit or the Agent and be e>
preserve the relics of their several here among stranger. Attorney of the complainant, that the do.fendanu cash. This land will.ooa
"Well, I am onto the misers, and I His Wife-Nonsense, James! Nothing Frank M. Wellee. and Julia C.
the acre.
church A
leave thm alone. When the decent pewter plate bearing Welle*, ai over the age of 21 yean and mldewithout t*" per
date 1789 and giving a history of the will hurl you. I am going into the the Plata of Florida,tu-wlt: la the City All Job orknr1:1s11cn11y Apply to C. II. Walton A*
man comes out, he fuels better for having of New York.
and State
had his dinner. He is ready for old North church I* stowed away with smoking oar a little while. Read stash- Now tb"...'..... It I*ordered thai you the said office; or to Bobbins A Grab-'
a charter granted In 1890 by William ion magazine or something till I come Frank M. "'.11>>and Julia C. Welle do appearto ;: ;; rilleE
business,and life Is a great deal brighter back.Chicago Tribune. i the bill of complaint alai la this cause at the
them to
to him than It wai half an boor be III empowering Incorporate clerk's office ID Tltmrllle, Florida, on or before
themselves In New York. Here, too, the Rule Hay July,A 11 ixua, being the Ant ; ;
fore. I ask him to help me. He says to is tealoQily guarded the old will of Henry Clay had a voice of medium day of the eoufeued.It month,other. Ute the said bill will betaken Botton.--u.x3. rw 1 aRl'9b
himself 'Well I feel good. This aa
; pretty
John Harpending, now yellow with age, strength, but of singular purity lie le further ordered that this notice ... published '
fellow ii in worse luck than I am. I satisiaotionGi"uarantood.;; : ;; R
bequeathing, in 1783 moon of his land spoke with a strong southern accent and I lathe I.IDIAM Rivna Ai ruraTKof Thud
know what it Ii to feel hungry. I won't Ttue, Florida with* little delay a* may be for
I to the Collegiate corporation.-New in a pleasant sympathetic tone that four eoneeotlTe week I ,
mill the nickel very much and then I I York Herald. carried the audience with him from the Itone and ordered at tbe Clerk'i ; .
get It When he hand It to me, be feels start Tllle, Florida,this the anh day of MTI.t. asAA.'f

better for it. and be look It too, and if I, A. A. ITEW ART. ,';:

be baa been doing thing that are not Beaootufield'i face wai a puzzle even Calvin' face wa too strongly marked Bobbins irahant. Clerk Circuit Court Sonca. us your

I : quite up to the limit he console himself to his Intimates It was impossible by to be called handsome. Impressive Sol., for Cwuirl't.. I I CirwH Seal Utwrt | orderse

with the fact that be ain't inch.a watching it to gain any Insight Into and item axe the word that best describe auyal-fat It S1EEl ,e.San?

i l I bad feitow after all And be alu't eith his feeling or emotion his feature. ,.f IllCa-OIAUtHT gausses C.a"ipSloa, I sense. was. w sstCA.easr.

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e.auaa sad Chotwtlcka, I :COTELS.I: I
PERSONAL GOSSIP.
frightened by the tremendous u _____ _.__
't;trthat the book talk about In The ex.F.roprf* Enewil I Ii now nettled The Tropical Trunk Line.

f III hour, if you are gay yourself.oMtrtlnl HOTEL MELBOURNE at her villa au Cap Martin until
disappears and Jollier the end of May

Pj-nlonicould no' be found. Thai MELBODRFE Indian River Attorney Nye of Minneapolis, who Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.
politeness that FLORIDA I
U. that genuine convicted' Harry Hayward a brother

constraint Full of tact, they Open all the year round I Good Fish. of Dill Nye, but he is not so much of a JOSEPH II. DUHKin lloeoivor.no .
f.10& press yon with attentions or oh- lag hunting and Yachting Rates, joker.In ,
D. slightest sign your mis- .2.50 and upwards.Proprietress.
the .
b1 language or etiquette unless AIR! I. M. CARD ISSO Lord Deaconsfleld said to a 1Itt ..

i kel mistake in !. so obrioui as to make Special Features at (Coronvlo: : Mtxl-( friend, ""I give n-y'"elf two more years 8, .--I it. ".1Di. Table In ffrrt: I..I% '9\-: ."u. ...... It. -ice:: .

In Lotaervanoe foroed. VAILL'S crate, 1(0tlI rates, solid comfort, no ostentation Write- of the life.queen He he gave died 20 April more 10.yearn.1881 To -. I ''i p 6an1.al3"Cr.JAtKgt W ||> ,; a led : :..:(:Crown I:ov*tu"TI.Tt MI rlnic I\; : :: :: ... 1:: o I nr 456: p :: ==:,

h remember onoe I was endeavoring FLOATING HOTEL flailing gad couklnc. ialae IIWi .. .... ... .. r.Utkllnntlniitiin.. . .. .. 4Msm eaapne IMp ,"
1 I bold of a sea slug away in the for teimn. Sir Joseph Oarnby could! play the organ .. .. ebla tlMI' 10\Oa\\ .. .... . ... /IIIla",, a ""I' '''! Iiapm114e
At the Railroad / 19o5e .. ('t''tClI'.II'"t.lI..n . ''am
Wharf when 31'41nl Impa.saia
[,/dle of the table. When I did grip at at public services he was onlya .. .. .. $ nllall'llt'a: : .. .. .. .f'otll". .. .. .. .. '. a2ll.m 4.1p"'II'lIIpm
chopsticks, I cat it in half West Palm Beach boy of 12. Fortunately he was not ... .. 'II a eeea..IMt.roneprIers.' ... .. IU.hl atMpm.II10sin
I with, the HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY I ITdE one of those youthful prodigies whom it .. 1041a luaiuIII.1: ... .... .. ..Iwmr..'... .. '. 1 11; a 14.\1'11I salaam
minute-no notion I got one and Free from Fleas and Mosquitoes. urns ....
Sea '
e kill :h :: :: I..I"'I..n".I\ :lMje: '
remark Food! a is wise to 1"1' r
half way-no except Specialty '
pped> it .. sane IMII'"r; .. fUnforilIturlnw' .. .. .. ..i.t Im p mlaWam4laa ;
continuation the conversation M. De Giers made no money out of .. .
E. E. VAILI GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT 2581. urleudn .i44aaII5Aem... .
I rely I was fond of them My Prop. Ilomcseckers. Russian statesmanship, and being hon. : :: : : : I0s 3071:. .. : .:: Kiruun.'a.. :::. ::''' ::: IiIS'pm: : inMsm :: :...
vied again. When you get .. .. .. alga 6IM.I.Ar.| . .. .. .1.. ."IM"1n\ .... .
Mer chopstick slipped, and I flipped l there Stop at --_-_.... eat left his family in poor circumstances.The . .. .. .. .. II IAIAr.,1lcnicOo"ia.i .. .1.'IIIIII.m: : .a0oansl I. ....
and half a slug across the ta PALMETTO czar however, has granted a liberal .. .. .. .. .. name: no.,." .. .. .. T.nia.. .. .. .. I I.rtr4\p"l| elaanel.. ., .....
l soap % HOUSE .. .. VMa a :eel. ... .. TI ain., .
The Lemon City Hotel pension to Mmo. De Giers and her fans 4M1Ar.; :: : .: .::: TITIS\II.l.l.1./: : :: : :' lI"llIlIl.f IDnni1 I ::: :: ::::

"Allow\ me, said my host; "that' Daytona ny. M.at. an. her. a M |> in I.r .. loot T aml.a| .. Ar t :tI'I..p in. Thnrn. *n
slippery customer, but far "too good Florida. Mrs. Eva T. Cook of Gloucester, the TueaandPrl N'nlandCat..: .. ._!:: t m In Ar Ar. ," '' KPTrnt lUvan*. ::: . I I.vln:v Upin mi :p: \\niaoINat.S'.eI.sl: Cat..
L leI| go for want of a net, and he At Lemon City, the terminus of the newly elected department president of -
Rooms without board! the Slla vlaiknoiiTllii Ar, "imp"i N dt.I..u.'lIe.'r II III'.t ,TrTxnntl: "' rti IIfW11.l'lIV .
laded me over one in a spoon "I am summer months. during Hack Line, on Dlscayno liny Airy the Woman's Relief corps of Massachusetts > .i Ar .:"1"1"1".1'1."'", 1 :01.I,. 1'.111,11. Ar4e: \ I. tI'l/ll..II."r..tn'.Ar: | "M'
Iitremely fond of them myself, but I Apply to rooms, comfortable bcd, good table, is a very popular monitor of the 121<1' Ar oi'..,,, I.. S 4.U 2II1i.lrCanMatr.slv. / 1/1"1'/ 19AI.lArCreneeIsl.v Para
MKS. DAy IDHO\, Proprietress. terms reasonable. 3 /IWp\Ar lAilramrit I I.v| Inca Jjxp .Vr Ornioml I'. 220pI Eli'.Arl.skrlelrel.v| papa.
Lter attempt the chopsticks I like to order and has long been devoted to the 4 W. Ar Tltimtino IT,tT Ilia I lisipt Itojtona 1.1'111"1'I' | \ :jI1A''I"W"n', | : l.. "*
111 good mouthful, so I use my spoon ZffJood fishing and hunting In the work for the veterans. ai: Lyjacks.nillelr'eiAq.I" I ala5T.ee.leck.moileAgeia.pl: | -eiA.flaka.o.a: : ; ear illMi",
If he had never done BO in his nclghboihooil.; of UH: >l> lr Xnnfonl" Ar 11 lap, .10 Ole I.. lnlHtkar' 4 n1))! t Iliip Iv Nonfonlr .a ...
ooune the the
f Matsnl
HOTEL new secretary 1'141. Mimw Ar,I04N* 1 I II44Arlliwthorurl.v 8 ..|. 11\1'| Ar flute I.v ptM
lfa, Of course be commenced eating CARLETON D. OVVOLLY, Prop. Japanese legation at Washington, is KKpAr: HHkUml Iv Bata *UIlllI'\rc..I".lIIf'1.. : I\I".Ar Vtlurs IT seta
hem himself-with spoon Fortunate. Lemon City Dade Co, FixORMOHDBYTHESEA only about 37 old. He is a graduate 4Mp Ar Aleran, J.. tee ate I 141':' .\' O.la hr 1.1 Map Ar Tavern Iv t 5550.a :
yours I ,
:jIII"IA'T.r "".rt.i'a! l.e a N4.r\ IArMrg t I.r 11I""I'IAr Mormut; I" ft :mIjrnlnirg "
I recollected a pun on spoons and po- Jacksonville, Florida. of the Imperial university at Tokyo. inset Arat.Ptcre'glr_ 1IlI: <\. Arllr.mKmllU'lT'i IIM'I'' Lv soma
fteneM and brought it out, full of Mr. Matsnl succeeds Mr. Miyaokl who Y
tones and Wadified conceit The transferred Dcrlin. dally 4 IntllyfiirptHitmliiyTrain .
mug was recently to
Lat hearty good mirth followed. The Ooponito Po tofl ('o. x HOTEL x COQUINA x of Missourihas 2:1.11.11'1.: ..", through l-nllnmn ItnlTpt 1II''I.tlllt ram iMtvmMi Nework and Tampa.
Representative Tarsney Teal,.. 11I..I3l-Th."th I'nllniHii limit Hlrrpin;: ears lwactn.l: Int'tniiHtl and T.mla.
and
I was as heartily enjoyable He
hoer conundrum.
propounded a W II. ('(\n'n U. II AChrll\',
ail of real fun and laughter as if we Under New> Management. x wishes to know why Abbott, in his "Lifeof H..r.III"I."t..nt.. dtnrral lam>iiK>r Agent.
lid been old chums reunited.-Temple i Napoleon, always uses the word

4 telegram for dispatch when as he sup-

Railroad Pane Open all the Year poses, the work was written before the Jacksonville

curious instance of the lack of uniirmity FLORIDA. telegraph was invented. .
A Coolest
and most \
located
in the practice of different pleasantly John Wesley, the pioneer Methodist,
[ hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly -
ads in all sorts of matters large and refitted and was for a time a member of GovernorOgiethorpo'l 'ks) St. Augustine
elegantly furniHlicd. SUMMER RATES: $3.00, *D.00 and (
:Sell Is furnished by the variety of Elevator. All modern Improvements. Georgia colony of adventurers
leu among presidents and general KATES*2.:00; to $330; per day. $10.00 per week. lie left his studies at Oxford to i'

wagerS as to how annual passes Special by the week. and to Commercial SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are join the expedition and his love for & Indian River

ionld be signed. A secretary to a gen- Sophia CauHton, one of the colonists,
eel manager of a prominent road sends Men.Only hotel that the electric cars pass Specialties at Ormond. formed the tragedy of his early Ufa
and Railway.
to from
lie the following statement, which is depot. C3T" For Circulars address William Kuyjathof Logansportlnd.,

i canvass of the different methods tak- CRAPO & LeVENE, deeply grieved over the death of his Tare Table In ffrrt AI"II"nl. HUH..

>n from annual exchanges for the year Proprietors. SEISER & VINING wife and additionally lamenting the
1895: Managers, absence of a photograph called a photographer All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine, Ormond and

\amber of reeds whose pane are rigned to his house, and a picturewas Rocklodgo. -
personally by chief officer In Ink......... 118 ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. taken of his dead wife in an up.
!,umber of roada whose pamea bar name ST, AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. right position with himself standing by South Bound. North Bound.
at chief offloor printed and copnterelgoedbysecmtaryerehtefclerk
................. T2 her side. su21 S"1 No, I h.I'JI. ho. I o
: rite I : IA. 2,5r.'kllleV
'amberof officer road8wh.ban and not counter name COLUMBIA HOTEL THE James Kemp, who has just died in .-. i IIIMI. .a'LSjt: -: :;:... I.r\v Palm. 1I.c'li :- AsnanArPit. '" .

tigned of chief .. ......printed..................... ....... 84 Boston, is said to have been the first A"II".II"t 1111.' a 1"1'. ..... .. .. I.r ltivlrn..in. .I aUla n"' .. ...
somber of road whose paaac are itamped man converted by the Salvation Army I: SL II.sting.Angu.tioe.:: .. IoM Iola:: : .. ln: .;I::." :, .i.I: : 55 hn a: : inI.e mIn :::::::
with red Ink tamp.......,...............,.1 Centrally Located on St George in the United States. A member of the Es.t l 1',1.,11.., 1I1 a I.v Al'is . . I' a .

Total. .................... ...........:......116" Street. LAYASSAR army picked him out of an ash barrel Arl-''-el ,...-,. : --.: -. -.:... :- .. .... .1 TAl TNeam a m ., .. :

This is not an altogether oommendaie Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park joined while he the was drunk.and soon The next rose to day be he a Art-an I.v E.. <, : :::;, -:: :_ ; tg : L'i, : : a. Cat a m 1.2Mq.-" ..,::

record-especially as regards those and a full view of the Ocean and army 1.x Nan..Main. aMta __ 1.'tl..II'Io.' .. aslant 1111(........
35 companies in the last two categories.The rolling breakers from the piazzas 16 Webb Ave., Ocean Grove, M. J4' captain, an office which he held until Ar O'mcmI, .. .. I2 311 I' .. .. .. .. I.. h'II"'rlU' .. III'" a m 1 lilli' .... .
his death. On"'ltl. . .. .. .. I.. tarn.. IoMato 1 :It'\'\' .. .
signing of annual passes is a bur. 1..0n"IJllno .. .. .. .... ... I.. .:.."II.llle. . IC Illam s4p'" ......
One Block from the Ocean h- Ibsen writes slowly and carefully Lv . U .. I.r ckledge 11 t
den, of course, but it ought to be done takes very real Every I.e: fort Imytona.(Range; :' life Nip:: ..?::: :::::: : ::1:. :: :: : :: 11: l : m m e.at."v'.:::::::
and vacation.
net the same and done by hand by W M TEAHEN Proprietor never a Iv NewSnttrna.. 1245. ..411 a. .. .. I.. f'1I1 1".1"1. .. 11:110 aus spp. ... ....
wmebody-not printed stamped with OPEN Jane 1 1895. < day be devotes five hours to literary I.r "at hIIII. .. I 11'001' I\Ila .. .. 1..Tlt"'lIle. ... .. l4 1J11'hl .ii ..... ... ...
Le Ti tam ills. .. .. 225p: Stela i.rMkIIIII. .. .. ...Ii49pmllrip ...
robber stamp.-Railway Age. work-from 8 a. m. till 1. It takes I.. f'U., l'ul"l .... a ''MI ". .III nil a ., J.. New "...y", .. .. .. 1111 I' n. IIIM'I' .. ....N..
Gas, Electric Bells and perfect systemof him about five months to'write a drama. I.. f....... . ... m I' 10:11I. I.. Port O'"le. .. .. 1:1.11..11.: .. ..
The Trotting Limit. Sanitary Sewerage.The MRS. B M ANDERSON. After completing one be devotes lib or JtlN'III".I'e.! .. a 11 I' luau a It II.yl" .. .. 14111"" .. ...
; LtF.nhaul: .. ... .4'11' .. ..I.J..llp ..A ArO'"c\\ .... .. I5TpmIv .. .....
"I do not believe that the trotter or seven months to mental preparation for I.. "'.,n.. 1415. I.Iip .. .. .. 1..II'hm",1 .
the He rewrites each play three 1II,1I."rne. .. /111'/ .iee.v: ,. .. LronuondJuuo. ,. .. ?.
is his limit a new one.
paoer at yet by a good Central of Peru I.eCtl.icIe. .... aaap.: ..... 42111' ArEast: l'alatea.. .... .. 22aprnL. ..
deal" said Budd Doble the turfman. railway crosses times it is said.HORSES Yurt l'jerL", ... 1\:1.1: I' 4041' Ar"11 M.tw.; :. =. mm -
the Andes at a place 15,635 feet above : 'xn. $411p .. .I I I.1,11 '
The two minute mark may not be ELBORDEN HOUSE hr: Irn.rn, ::: : :::: eel p . : .. :::: : :: w by S.n Alstr.e : .LL n' ""
retched this year or next, but I expect I sea level, an elevation equal to that of AND HORSEMCN. 1.'I..rl.' .... .. 9MJp/ . ,... .. ,. Arlhelat: a 'I"1 804 1'1" .1.I ...
to it reached. I what the summit of Mount DIana.i 1..Allrl. .. .... .. Ilfll'1 . "" ''' '' I.e I sIetta. : .II m I' m .
lee cannot Bay i 1..11..1... M..oncl..OO .... .. \ /1 p aIn . ...
bone will reach it I might guess, but Captain Wiggin, an English expert, On the Beach, Carbine was called Old Jack in his W. Jnpitrr...., .21\1'I' .. "" "' m..t\o/' ;I. tIll I" m .. .... .. .. ...
conjecture is not valuable. As betweenthe declares that the Transsiberian railway stable In Australia. 1..111"1..'. . ... II'H I' . .. ,.. ., 4:1111'1": .,.. ...
.
Ar W 1'.111I each .3111' .. ... tai I" u. .. .. ".. ...
pacers John R. Gentry and RobertJ between St. Petersburg and Vladivostok Opposite Daytona George H. Ketcham is. a candidate

if I were to become a partisan, I 7,000 miles long, will be the for mayor of Toledo. & W. Branch.

ihoold itand by the little gelding. Gen most marvelous railway system in the is NO\V OPEN. Jockey Kinney was killed by a fall _

67 la a well gaited game horse, but, world. in the first race at Ban Francisco recently HOl'TII IKICMl. nrn'Alb'
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tlthongh differently, none the lees well Existing decisions seem to favor the First-class table; comfortable airy NTATIONS. No i-IS Nn. Nt "TATIOS V" 2 No 4 heLv

piled, Robert J seems to have the idea that any town can insist on all rooms and pure drinking water. Reduced Miller & Sibley Franklin Pa.. have : New ,y-. 2 spa I' -- .. ::. n;-('Iq "o-I 12 I Zap, I Swt., I-::-
peed without the effort As to trotters, trains stopping at its depotto Rates for Summer: $7 50, $8.00 Lake 21t1CO2$ . ... .. :: Shan, eCity IIE'la 4ieq. I
Alii passenger and for sold the bay mare Allibel, 2:11IJ.: (, by j., Orange ( fQ: 2Mit::'Ii 10... : ..: fake lieken :II :.M. a a'1.::.,::::::
ii the breaker. off. Should $0 00. Apply rooms at to
moat probable record let passengers on and once bt Bell, for shipment to England.The Ar o..ltyJII" aatg.llwps,, .. .... Ar hrwCutyrna 1IIIIa: 91iep; ,
Nancy Hanks 7 old when she enforced generally it
was years this finally )e SIDNEY HAIGII Buffalo driving park is endeavoring
trotted In 3:04. Alix was 6 when she will put an end to the running of any All trains dally Iwtwwn Jacksonville anil Ht AiiitnptlncIralni :: '
Sea Breeze P.O., Floiid-t. to arrange a match between Hal viutll of Ht AiiKUttln run daily I exeapt); Humlajr
trotted in 3:0J': AUx is 7 this thin like the nresent fast trains.
u>4 she is in excellent shape, so far year as Dillard, 3:04 J4', and Robert J, 3:01X. t'eaaengersontrain. 23 anil 7i ha... Tars Mlnulca for lunch at N.... MUItn.

I have heard. It does seem to that --------- -- ---- Starting machine inventors are numerous Tl is Time-Tali.ahowathetiter.atahhhtrains may1.eant"I| : to errs.. and il'iart frn.a
me. less than 35 machines hav the a.1 .rd\ utliinn, lint their I arrival nr ilriirtnra I | at thallium I tlatvil l I. nit K".rantM-il, nor d'.
!to onghj not to be at the limit of her O. II. VOSS. no the Co .p.nhul" Itself. rciiinii.lulii fur any delay or any cu.u''I".u.| ... .,I"lnl tlierfform,
ing been patented in the Australian colonies.
Peed. Direotum is an uncertain quantity J. K. "IIUITT, JOMKril IIAHIIMON.
Whether ie-1'mMrnt.. (l.n'l r....ng\ .r Agent,
he has entirely recovered

from his bad condition of last season or I3ST3DI-A.3ST RIVER HOTEL, The Morgan may be considered the -.

H I do not know, and his chances all side partner of the trotter in America,

upend on recovery. Indianapolis as the hackney is of the thoroughbredin

Newt TITUSVILLE, England.A .

-a Transvaal Boer has two racing ostriohes. -

What is the Solid use of Oa making. such a \+ :: Indian Rivor. One of them has developed a Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

!ins Fla. speed of 83 miles an hour and has a
over a ordinance ? If
gas anyway
stride of U feet
uricei from Cleveland are reliable, no T

sot lIDe will care very much about the presKM t O II. VOsS! STAGE GLINTS. Printing orders and you will be satisfied.

companies next year, and it will MAfAOEIt. ,
u>ka no difference whether want M f
they
r4 Henrik Ibsen was 68 years old on
charge 11.60 a thousand or 60 cents March 90.It
Open All The Year.
Cleveland has a new sort of gas which e
is said that somebody writing an
canto made to order at a cost of less trwyli '
"W 3 N opera about Trilby. -
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cents per thousand feet and J -
which throws Only a few minutes Denry Arthur Jones' new play is called .

IM into the shade.ordinary The new illuminating gas will "' 4' ;, 'i walk and from Steamboat Railway landIngs stations "The Triumph of -he Philistines. FLORIDA BOAT
WORKS
he Mid to consumers in a solid form in .ik i tr =spew. "My Official Wife, by Archibald

cu* It consists of a combination of ( k r v On the banks of the flouter is to have a London production.

COIl dost and lime dust fused byeleoIrIctl. 0 far-famed Indian Illver.jvr Sadie Martinet and her company re Melbourne Indian River Florida.
A small quantity of this solid turned to New York recently, having ,

IOJloeraed in water liberates a gas TJJVJ _l' l llrt-. 1'I.1J'VV yv TVTA -irrrVi i.inTT-. closed' eVf rt ax I

Which beats anything now on the market Lawrence Hanley has been engagedto e
Let us hope this is something more ...: ;
in of W. A. CQDoatM
Brady's"Trilby"
Wrtantial { .... lbe Urcah play Svengali one
than a special correspond- NOVELTIES. '
en'. Peter the Great of Russia had the companies.Little =
nightmare.
the
If it is the truth,
**y inventor of the new gas can call There are indications that seals are to typical face of a Russian peasant A Irene Franklin has been special = o a 3t
the with thick with large nostrils ly engaged for the run of "The Fire i =
world his own after 0 o'clock at be more worn. The flat oval seal short nose, ct:
tight.-Chicago Dispatch.Th design in intaglio, is conspicuous.A heavy brows, full, sensual lips, wide Patrol" at the Bjwdoio Square theater, ==- .
and cheek bones Baton "If -
beautiful hair ornament seen was month high were among I = =
amber comb on which was applied his most prominent features. His head Al Lipman is still in the Mercy hospital Cdct C7 +
Trilby WalaU an almost round and showed by its from bro s:
of gold with diamond flowers, was Pittsborg, recovering a ..
'A Dew' wrinkle in designs is the and spray on the stem sat a gold squirrel width at the ears that combativeness of ken leg lie expects to be out iu a en ==- dg
"mlb' waist, which is trimmed with disposition that was one of the leading month or so. := -
done bonds, laid over the fullness of a munching a out points in his character. .-
It is announced that George Alexander
J'lled is exceedingly I I I C'a
? gathered her. The crown as a pendant
bodice. Trilby
and his St James theater ::
elf moment We have company : ==
two of these decorations, prominent at this There are two things requisite in a 26
'b1 bnaeod in front and this adher- crowns of all sorts of dynasties, wroughtout race horse, the one as essential M the will begin an American tour ire Sep. = Cd c:':) tx:2c
and pearls. Color is lonelier, 18! ft :.::>> -. cI;;; :)
to the model 'II absolute, other in diamonds other, and they are to have the foot w
inns of trimming filling deficien- rarely seen in crown pendants level as well as the head. This is subtle British humor from the ; E..

r oa wrt making the crossed up bands appeat An excellent thing for ddaus The legs support the body and may London Figaro: "Funny people are calling -< ry q i

like decoration-'New York Ad- those of a forgetful tendency is be "put on wrong which consequently Mr. Puwro's"play 'Tbe Notorious .

'ert1ier silver chain, which, attached to the unbalances the feet, yet" the latter are Mrs. Eggwblsk. i
anti tho lowentfigure
Imulml out Itejmirotl at
the wrist secures Miss Florence Wickes has on
and slipped over treated as if the defects indicated resided gone
purse
IQhSUOtJ1 was 10 called because it was the wearer against loss of that useful therein solely the stage. Miss Wickes is the daughter *. Prompt attention given to ortlern.

halt bthe Saxons, who took their receptacle for money Bob Stewart of Kansas City has communicated of the vice president of the Pullman IlntiinatoH yivoii on all kinds or boatn.

from the sea ax, a small battleax with (1 W. Williams of Palaoe Car company. Agents for the CelebratedINDIAN

+J.kriifs which they bore in their gir- The carnival season 1s the most highly Ualesburg. signifying his willingnessto Robert Downing will produce among
..
in most Italian of Florida.
WOLVERINE ENGINE for tbe East Coast
esteemed holiday bean trot Ityland T. 3:07,., against Alix.t other new pieces! next season oue called
it a reo
1a t I'CS the cities. In many rwpects I, :03", at th. meet there la August "The Narrsgansetts." in which be will
of water Saturnalia
III" *n Illuminant complete was success made apparent semblance to the Roman I horseman play the part of an Indian. A.. T. ROSE.r .

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"wiii'1 CAX WORK ON Tin ranged for, from foot raring to cllmbln; Highest of all b Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gor't Report THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM C CQ

lWAIJ nnoix ? the greasy. pole, Including, music and Ot OtPaid

dancing. An energetic financial committee

If the county commissioners decide toeall Insures prizes sufficiently temptIng D BakinsI'v.l Up Capital $25,000.00.
to Induce every one to compete, I VAI
an election, to decide whether wewIil
from the small boy in the sack race to
bond REAL
for building a good county LAW LOANS ESTATE.We
the fat man In the three legged contest ,
raid at their meeting first week In July, Powder
Ample provision will be made to convey -
the advertisement will have to be pub-
Robed for thirty day before the election from the depot at Eden to the beachall have for sale; a large list of carefully

River and other points below. ,
10th. If the vote for
August people
bonds, then the commissioners are required All are Invited and a big day antici- ----- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lint'

to advertise for bids for the pated. the defendants, t.be8mlth Brothers. The> Fort Pierce.We Canal and Transportation Co.

bonds, and they cannot consider the bid case was then appealed to the Supreme C.JJ.N'AI:... LAN'DS.Florida .
court of the United States liisbee,
TO OUR OIKLS.
.ttU a date not less than thirty days and after hanging for over four years on need rain very badly In this lIe y Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Railwa, ,',mp&
11
.after the first Insertion of the notice ol i the docket of that tribunal has just tlon at present Lands Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment r0? '

.advertisement for bids. That will takes Why Are There 80 Many Dad been decided finally favor of the Smith Mr. T. Bevlll left for Palm Beach Tuesday and other Low Priced Lands.

Ii' until, say, the middle of September.It elors 7Editor boys, who were represented In the Su- night. Money to; XtOAXi -A.lTOra.ys on aAnrl.
court of the United
will then require, say at least, ten George preme M. Robbins Esq. The States many by The sloop Yankee Doodle stopped here ..i< IVn jr cent, in sums to lutt.

day t8 have the bonds properly executed Advoratfi friends of the Smith boys will be pleased last Wednesday '' Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties

and their legality passed upon by Dear Sir-A few words on this subject to learn of this decision. Archdeacon Brown held services here Titusville. Florida.

some competent attorney representing may not be out of place at the present Wednesday afternoon to a small congregation -

.tb ,purchasers.It time, and I know It will be widely read The Defunct Hank of Ocala. as many were not able to attend. --=

Is hardly possible, therefore, to If published In the popular ADVOCATE. Miss Lilly Bell had the misfortune to

:have any money in hand from the ,aletal One of the first great causes why many Developments In connection with the lose a beautiful new hat on the return Fred S. Chaffee & Co. :.H
bunted National Bank of Ocala look very trip of the excursion last week, somewhere -
the bonds before October let next, men don't marry-according to a belief) bad. E. W. Agnew, who was president near the St. Lucie bridge. ,

and not by that date If there Is any current among young ladles-Is an early of the defunct institution, has been arrested -

special hitch or delay. It will be neces- disappointment In love. This Is a plaus- and bound over to appear before Genuine Hnrgalm In Heal

r ..arr'or the board of county commissioners ible sentimental explanation; but perhaps the United States court at Jacksonville! l lItote.o. -"} THE CORNER DRUG STOKE
few men, or women either-outside next week. How are the mighty fallen I ,
I to hold several special meetings 101 story books-are found remaining Two years ago E. W. Agnew was considered hammock
In order to proceed with even as much single for ever through taking to heart one of the soundest men, finan- 1. Twelve acres of
feet
despatch as we have outlined. For Instance any such mishap. It Is better reason to cially, In the state. It was at first an- land at Sharpes postofflce and: about back 300 to TITUSVILLE FLORID
Indian River, runs
nounced that the front on
that a man I Is terrified at the depositors of the
Immediately after the election say expense house of six
road has It a
wrecked Ocala bank would be In county ; upon
paid
I of keeping some wives, who are, In a
they should hold a meeting to canvass full. It Is doubtful now whether rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000;
rrcat nothing more than a very We try to keep a full stock of
the returns and, If bonds are voted, they loadstone nrocuadllih l husband's: necks.It they will get as much as twenty per barn, stable of 500,large outbuildings bearing ,trees etc., in Has fine a Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quality, |
,should at once begin to advertise them Is also a matter for deep consideration cent. grove
and will\
condition before the freeze, soon Purity Freshness and Quality in Drugs Is a very Important matter
for sale. If they do not hold a special that a certain amount of money I Is essential and bear good crop. Remainder

I meeting to canvass the returns of the to marriage; and the opinion that A Novel Parson of recover land cleared, and is of best quality for Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper EtcEtc
two can live as cheaply as one is a most vegetable farm. This property was held ,
election but wait until their regular
ridiculous fallacy, and will not bear being
meeting In September to do so, then reduced to practice In these days of The Rev. George Sheldrake, D. D., firm at $0,000 one year)00 ago cash; will and\ sell 2,200 today We run our Business In "Dp-to-Date" Methods. ===-
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$1,
for
3,800
having been charged" I with the crime of ;
several weeks of valuable time will be grace and hard times, when wives want adultery by the Pittsburg nay remain on mortgage.,: This Is a jy Special attention to mall ordeis. We will try and fill your wants bj mm I

lost. 10 much and bachelor give so little estimates In return.the waived trial and sent a letter Presbytery explaining, most desirable place for a home, good just as well as If you called In person. All orders for goods In stock shipped ot
Many a ex : location, close to postofflce, .school, day they are received. We want your trade.
his which
position for unadulterated
If we are going to Issue bonds and penile of married life, shudders, asks church etc. and In a nice neighborhood.
cheek and assurance, just a little ,
himself what talents have besides goes
girls ,
'build the road should do It at some almost worth the
we once. ahead of The bare land alone Is
and and remains In anything we have ever beard of
dancing riding
,
The money Is needed, and everybody single blessedness He sometimes makes btfore. I price asked. Read! Read! Read !"! !

who wants work should be hard at a condition with himself that, if ever he lie admitted that he had committed No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house

It by the first of 'October If pos marries, his wife must be a neat, clean adultery with his housekeeper, but said of eight rooms, artesian well, large portion -,
sible. There should be several hun- and good housekeeper, or must have that he had entered Into a contract to I cleared, etc.; adjoins! hotel property I WRITE TO THE
enough money to keep her in her many marry her as soon as he could get a : at Sarno, near Eau Oallle. The land ,
tired men put to work as soon as pos Lhonghtless little extravagances. divorce from his wife, who is now work. alone la worth more than price we quote,

sible. The whole thing can bo completedIn After a while he raises the terms, and Ing on a Chicago: Paper He thought $2,2";>0. The owner refused $:>,000 a year i
a few months It Is managed as It decides that she must have not only that that under the circumstances his wrongs ago lie must sell without delay, and L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER COJ

should be. The commissioners but something over. It U a resolution not should be excused. The Presbytery has authorized us to take f2,2.)0; fl,2,0
county to; be applauded by our Indian River however, took this as a confession, anddepolled cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. .
AS a board, are responsible to the whole him from the and
boys. To a certain extent, I agree withan ministry, excluded Jaokson'Vi.11e, F1ori.d.n,
,county in the matter. They are expected English,: writer of note who said, him from the communion of the 3. One hundred and thirty-six
church. and 85-100 acres of land at New River. If are in need of Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain their ]
.. |If the question of issuing bonds that "Of all the marriages he had wit- you any
of mile water front.
a
needed the In the end Three-quarters Special Low Prices for cash with order.
la decided in the affirmative, to make happiest are Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and
those In which the bride to the SOUTHERN RAILWAY
; brought COM- =
i t'ie: "dirt fly" and get full value for all altar what she stood In and 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Don't Miss -
nothingmore
j money disbursed; and each commissioner ;" while another up says "It Is betterto PANY. range,: 42 east. Price $1,000)( for the This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to the |
whole tract less than $7.50 acre Manufacturer
or per ;
is expected to see that matters go forward have a fortune In a wife than a for-
will take $10 acre in forty
with all possible despatch and tune: with one" A New Pamphlet and Summer acre or we tracts. We believe per a purchaser Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,

in his own district. Often men do not marry because theyare Rates can sell this land and double his Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main and
economy too busy. They want to make the as soon as steamers beginto Laura Streets ruSend:: for Pocket Memoranda Book
most of life, and marriage does not seem We have received a copr.of a new pam. money run through the canal next
T1TU8VILLK MirrKOltOLOG1CAL to them essential to that result. Most' phlet "Summer Homes containing a December. We own this land our-
of them are workers who have fallen In complete list of hotels and boardinghouses -

HUMMA1CY VOlt love with their woik. They are not cut with Prides charged at the Mountain selves enterprises, but,need hence money offer to develop It at a other price EGroceries L. BRAY:: :: .,

MAY, Him. out for the married state, and no one resorts along the line of the Southern which will Insure early sale. Buy this
can imagine,: them partaking of domestic Railway. A copy of this will be
double
land and
without of mailed your money. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
joys a fueling Incongruity. to anyone applying to under-
The mean temperature in TItiisvllle Jut perhaps the unmarried man is only igned. No. 4. The north three-fourths of ,

74.6 which Is half .degree so because he has never come across one Summer excursion rates have been put southeast quarter of section 7, and of I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
for May was who, in his opinion, would make a good on by the Southern Railway to all resorts lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south
higher than the average for the past 8 wife. This often happens, and especially In the south. Through sleeping car from of range 41 east, containing 150 acres. !Staple U'liney Grroceric, Fruit

years This was due principally to the with people of sense. The unthinkIng Jacksonville to Asheville, N. C., daily. This tract has a large frontage on the And Food ProductsOf

liigh minimum temperature, which was plunge into love at first sight. The For information address W. D. Allen, St. Lucie River, two miles from the rail- All Kinds. Also My Stock of
experienced man, however, says, "I Fla. Pass. Agent, 212 West Bay St., Jack- road crossing. Price $15 per acre.
above the and which .
J degrees average, would be fool become attached to onville.
to
a Meal
Grain
Bran
Cotton Seed
No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township Hay
mare than offset the mean maximum, that girl before I knew more about ,
37, south 41 east, containing 77
which was a little below the average. her," and when he does know more he range Ground Food and Wheat.
-Read the advt. of Mrs M. B. Ander !acres. This tract has a quarter of a
often decides to let well alone. In a few I am the house Indian River the above line ofGoods.
00 on the 20th only on dealing exclusively: In
Highest temperature, ; mile front on the St Lucie River at
cases bachelors remain single because son, The La Vassar House, 10 Webb avenue I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
lowest 58 the 14th. Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre.
on
they; have a low opinion of women. Ignoring Ocean Grove, X. J., on our seventh your patronage. Very truly
Highest and lowest temperature previously their tenderness and their deep- page of this Issue. Mrs. Anderson halls No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, US. L. :I3R.11DY.
recorded, 0., in 1880, and 49 in rooted, self-sacrificing affection, they fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton
and
from she
will be
J804. exaggerate> what an old writer callI their Daytona, glad to Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut
'vai'table humors and unsearchable de- see her many friends along the East Grove. Price $:>,ooO. This price may
The mean temperature' was 73 and celts." These are the people who encourage Coast should they visit that beautiful seem high, but if you will try to buy any = FEASTER & IplTWISCH. rrt'

aboveos 18 days, and the maximum : the belief that there are just seaside resort-Ocean Grove, N. J.-this land fronting on Biscayne Bay, in good ..
temperature was 80 and above on 20 two: good women In the world, of whomone location, you will get your eyes openedas
days. I is dead whilst the other has never yet summer. to prices asked in that section. This Successors to L. A. Coleman,
been found, and applaud the statement -All the machinery for the East tract I is the only desirable parcel we
Mean temperature for this month for that when woman was created Adam Coast Fibre has been have left fronting on Biscayne Bay Wholellale or 1111
company placed
S years, 74.3. was taken sleeping, for had he been The price asked, $:VXK()), will yield us a I and Retail FLORIDA MEATS kinds
and
the
Total rainfall was 7.10 Inches, which awake be would never have consented position, fibre machines commenced fair profit, and we are satisfied that : Dealers In
to run yesterday afternoon. Mr. similar be had much
at
nothing can a
J. T. B.
is about 2} Inches above the average andneal'l
Orange and Growers.
Vegetable
COCOA, June 12, 180V; T. Alboe Smith, of Baltimore, Md., higher price. This tract will no doubtbe 4
) 1} Inches more than the amount sold within few weeks.
manufacturer of the machines now In a Fla,
recorded for the same months last has = La Grange, ,
year. use by the company, been here several
No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres
There were 15 day with rainfall, with A Hot Weather Hath. days, and came to assist in putting close to the depot and post office at Mal I -- On_ __ __
amounts exceeding one Inch on the 24th them in proper working order. We will abar. Large house with upper and lower 0

and over two Inches on the 10th. We presume everyone likes to keep give a description of the building and veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; in
their body clean and sweet during the machines of time East Coast Fibre company fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn DUREN & FEASTER
Excessive precipitation, exceeding one hot weather. If you have no means to In an early issue of this paper, etc. Most all the land is cleared; 100
Inch per hour, occurred, on both of the bathe t in the river or ocean, try the following their fibre capacity, etc., and we are large,: seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This ,
above dates. at home: I'ut&cup of sea salt more than pleased to note the progress will make a nice home for anybody.
one half ounce of camphor and one half made and the buslners tact shown In Price
and least rainfall for this Good neighborhood. only $1250.00.
Greatest ounce of ammonia in a quart bottle; fill getting; the institution In running order. GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS >*k Francis H Leggett & Co's
month since the station was established, the 1 bottle I with warm water and let It Melbourne Times NOTK::-The above descriptions will\ ,

13.14; In 1810\( aad 0.701n 1889. a itand :24 hours; then when prepared to ----- ---- --- enable customers to locate the several

Average rainfall for this month for 8 batbe'Ith l a sponge, put a teaspoonful properties very closely by examiningone Fine
Gl oceri
of this mixture well shaken, into your of the J., St. A. A: I. R. R'y company' s.
4.63 inches number of
years, ; average asin.l A surprising lot of dirt will come railroad maps, but we will be
rainy days for same period, 10. from the cleanest-looking skin. The pleased to send special maps on a large kinds
The departure from the normal rain ammonia cleanses and the camphor and icale, on application, to parties who Fruits and Vegetables, Florida & Western Meats of all
salt beneficial effect which mean business and Intend to buy, if they
fall since January 1st shows a deficiency sea Impart a
of 0.61lnchea on the 31st. On the same cannot be exaggerated. tSTMUSHEQ rf can find such a bargain as they want. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. -
Ronuixs A GRAHAM Co.
date last year the deficiency was 11.20 JACKSONVILLE FLA ;y Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.
Inches. The Cause of C. 'Y. Home \s. Titusville, Fla.

There were 11 clear days, 10 partly It. Ii. & C. A. Smith, --- ----- ------ Very Truly, Huron C3 1oustor.
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.cloudy and 1 cloudy day. L. E. MVXX, .......,. 8. O. VANLANDINOHAM, Bee. Tr ... -
cloudiness scale of Which has been In litigation fur some
Average on a 0 to
:30, 4.8. seven years, has been finally decided by PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO., .RICHARD. GOODE. JAMES T HOGG.
the Supreme court of the United States Notary Public S lniur nc Af
Total wind movement' 8,331: miles, oran In favor of the defendants, the Smith TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

average velocity of 11.2 miles per brothers, of Micco. Incorporated October, IWM-SucMMors to K. Bassos Co.

Jiour. This suit Involved the title of some Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Florida Real Estate Exchange
direction 200 acres of hammock land on the eastside ,
Prevailing east or 37
per opposite Mlcco. C. W. Home, the Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling Flooring and unmatched
ant of the total directions observed. >lalntiff, owned a certain tract supposed umber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes

Highest velocity, 44 miles, from the to contain 100 acres. There was an excess made as called for. All Kinds of[ MOUldlllgS, Turned Ud Scroll WOfl a :JWrite us for descriptive price list
of over 200 acres outside of the river
N. W. the 24th.J.
on PO3TOFFICE
shore line, as shown on the government P Cllltj. One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experience, BOX I8O. -
E. LAXOVXTTE Observer.
: ,
plats. It was upon this excess of 200 ao that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.
acres that the Smith Brothers began and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and In

Fourth of July Celebration at making Improvements, and filed a homestead the most satisfactory manner fall and see us before purchasing elsewhere. -- ----- --- -
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Kden. entry. Some six or seven years
Correspondence and Patronage Spllclted.
ago, the plaintiff, C. W. Home, brought
suit In ejectment against the Smith
Tursuant to call, a meeting of citizens Irothers. The case came to trial In the Lumber and House Building Materials 4-
*f adjacent -neighborhoods was held A circuit court of lirevard county, and the A FULL LINE OFOPTICAL -- ,

few days ago at the Al Fresco hotel of laintitf took a non-suit At that time
be was represented by Messrs. Jones A Sash Doors Nails andBuilders'
and
to for a general cele- Blinds Lime Cement
Jeasen, arrange Atkinson, and A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford GOODS at ,
brattoa on the4th of July. On Invlta- ; the Smith Brothers being represented .

tloa from a committee representingEden by Robbins & Graham, and D. L.Oaulden Hardware.

the trysting plac decided upon Is Esq. Afterwards Mr. Home Y'TIION'r BROS.
to be at the pavilion, on the beach, employed Horatio IMsbee, of Jacksonville Sized Framing SpecialtyG. -
which the progressive residents of the \ and began suit in the United THE JEWELERS TITUSVILLE FLA. and Kiln-dried Lumber a

above place are erecting opposite their States court; he was opposed by Mr.
Tillage. Robbins as counsel for the defendants' F. PADDISON, -
Watch Clock and
An elaborate programme DM been ar- and a verdict was rendered In favor of Jewelry Repairing. TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU GALLIE:. > :'A










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