Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00136
 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 21, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
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: UF00079909:00136
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'ol. 1O. No. SO. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY' JUNE 21 1895. Price, 5c.

LOCAL NEWS, Itend This Column Carefully. -Mr. E L Brady has been In Jacksonville -Mr. L. E.: Munn now rides "yaller"\ -The lands selected by the Michigan the songs,. hclnff very catchy aral the costump -

this week. wheel. syndicate for their colony, o. the East ....Uf'" and ",rr..t. There
Lnd Topics of General Interest TilE EARLS CI.OTHIXO STORE in the I a day or so Count Line have born platted. They extend -
changes {. riwtnmr and
were numerous <<
ADVOCATE block Tltusville are the -:Mr. Silas B. Wright, of DeLand, was -Now Is the time to get pineapple for fifty-four milm, but Wft )have

leading clothiers on the East Coast of In town Tuesday attending to Insurance .lip* and suckers See page 8. mutt yet learned their exact loenlhm. It stage: settings/ which marie H diftrult

N Florida. Give them a trial. will lie the Immediate means of Ixlnglaghundreds for the whole perforraawfe. t>> prorred as
business "Do not mention about
. A DE iri OAr anything" of thrifty farmer settler to smoothly as might have bet "..Irl'd.
. oN -Mr. Gordon 15. Broomc, of West the wedding just yet, said a lady the coast.-West Palm Beach (Jiuettcvr.Information .
the whole the
WIIFRE to stop. !See list of botels on On however rendering<
to the other
Palm ) this our reporter day. --
our 7th page: Beach was a pleasant caller at of the operetta wee very Mtlnfaetovy.

office on Tuesday. -We are still getting a good numberof "'Ant.." About Or- C. H. Walton th Grand i.h. l. oked -

A rri.L line of Munyon's Homcrpathic -:Mr. and )fr". John Goode, of Melbourne milwrlhrr from various northern nhgo (;Jro\*"*, his (character aid certainly won the

Remedies atCHAFFLE are spending the summer at and southern states, notwithstanding the approval Will mar Kant: Const rendersaud! frt ndipli ..
& Co., Druggists f '
i corn.
Mount Eagle, Tcnn.Mr. ; : hit by holding the stag's for sev
Titusville, Fli. Chas. Goodyear, of Xew York, -Must be something more powerfulIn groves escaped tlio freere? Mr. I. t'. t'mlmlnutl'tl and Il1Il'rtvialDJf l fit* own

who owns a deal of property; on Indian Its alluring I Inutleiice than magnet/ Moore, of Chicago, says he l>*,lie\c', his. dlnlogun In order to rmblo the tardy:
vests In silk
Pongee surahs
: N-hnMlnn will bn the
percales duck, etc., at a reduction of Liver, Is now stopping at Waynesvllle which attra'talr lioj to the dork so grove ono to near bear this neiioon' on Indian ( h only er" ghost to gnu bis slrt. who wait making

:20 per cent discount, at the Eagle X. much. Er: -anone speak --- vlgoious, search for that mliwtug, but

Clothing Store. C.Do you want oranllemon or grapefruit -Mr. George M. Brlttain ha l Item in 31 nslcal I'litortnlninriit.: necessary garment In the green room.

Jacksonville several days this. week. His The inind Duke certainly covered himself -
trees? If do lead the advt.
yon ,
(l iiVK: order to
your Ilippard's for
pics.DM wagon/ of C. S. Burgess, Klvcsidc, Cal., on our daughters-the Minuet Prudonco and On Tuesday evening next, at $::80\ a atilt I glory In kU energetic effort to

8th page: of this Unite.Mr. UOOI'gt'tte111 retlll u home next work. I inimical rntritalnment will take place nt find the ghost, the hatter living vugagod
the bonne for the l encli of the
Opera; > '
1&QIN T Fi A.J -:ti blanks lOc. each; f.l.OO )per 100, at and Mrs. Wm. Treutler of Eau -All of our readers In Florida Anti Episcopal church We trust all tits cn'ii moro lndiistrKui ly in the rtTorl to

+ the ADVOCATE office. Gallie passed through here Georgia should read the ad. of Stevens who me fond l of !good vocal aixt Instru IIml his winding hrt.

f fIf Tuesday, Bros. & Co. one of the largest 1I\'ntall\lIll'io and riH-l tat Ions will l>u on W. S. Graham, nn the Lord Chnmber-
NY ip Q gY on their way to Chicago, to spend the manufacturers
R Foil first class shoemaking and repairingcall : of pottery in the south, on our baud. The entertainment I U under the lain, r'ntt'r'tllll.! part In a iwUisfartorymanner
balance of the
on J. A. Daughtry at Mr. Xolie's summer mnnag(nt of the Ladles' Guild, and and war taIet'iRlly K'HM), .A. bo
5rt of title Issue.
page the nd mission fee will only bo 10 rents.InwpcctorH .
old stand Tittisvillc
Fla. -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master always his( make-up was excellent
U bad, -Miss Dow' rniir ImMness now Claude, who have been l on a pleasure and It caused considerable Amiinementamong
i 0" should IIBIIS knit think aMt> ; I who has been III'utling] about sin ", of II mule and Holler",
Jfci not atop jour little adJust WE now have money to loan in same to trip of nearly two weeks to Jacksonville the audience.
Increase the nlze or It. mouths with her Mrs 11. A.
suit an approved real estate llurnslile and returned home
security. Maypoit, I {'apt. f.t'o0".1., of M Augustine, ban: Mrs !M. E. Gniber, n tI First Lady tn
Send In applications Bobbins Geiger, of this place, returned homo on
your this week ) ,
Graham Co. liecn al'l'"lntl'lllnlll't.'tor of InilJ for the Waiting, looke l her characteraul acted ,
Fridty morning last.
3T' JOB PRINTING at this office. -Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, of Xew York new Jacksonville.bsttict. He haal"'l'n1I1I1)'t'IIII'lIol..nt l It In manner which won most favorable -
-The schooner Manatee left hero Sunday of the Clyde wharves at
Tw.xTper cent discount on all cash who own a pineapple plantation at Jensen .lacknon\illo the comment from the audience.
left during eight
-Mr John Myers here Monday )past jenis.Capt.
last for Eau: maple and
Beach purchases. All goods marked )plain arrived In Jacksonville on Monday morning Chins: A. Spencer, who has l ecn In Miss" Alblne Kgger: Bn.Secoml Lady In

for( West Palm figures.: Compare our prices. The Mrs. Stanley-not being In good health after loading up with Dr. Lansing's got 11111, the RteninlMi.it business for many ycnis, Waiting did eqiml; justice\ In her chai-

.Mr. Charles K. Kenyon has been Eagle Clothing :Store. -did not accompany her husband to she left for West l'almI'ach.\ The has also received his appointment an acter.

spending a couple of days this week In Manatee has been purchased by Capt. I Inspector bolleis.Tlio .
Titusville, where he had some law business Mis. S. H. HapiMTsctt( all101:1.,

Palatka. XAPHTHA LAI NCIIKI.: A. T. Rose, Melbourne to transact with! Mr. Howell Titus. Peter Lamen.Mr. daughter of the Grand Duke, bore the
Indian River, will build \
any Now lintel nt I'aliu llnu-li.
Miss Jennie Brock and Capt. C. II. kind of steam or naphtha launch sail :Mr. and Mrs. :Stanley returned to Xew and Mis. It. K. McCormick and burden of the operetta) and did so very

Watson's little boy left here yesterday, or row boat to order. Mite him for York this week. son William, of Cocoanut (Grove Biscayna Accounts to hand! say that Contractor gracefully; her nolo were artistic. and 4

(for Sharpes.Mrs. estimates. -Mr. John B. McDonald, of Atlanta, Bay, have left for Philadelphia, :l1..lIntmltllllllllllhlnJt forward the buildIng provoked hearty applause. This lady 1

altos they will remain; a slioil time tn of the above hotel, on the ocean bench well cultured and '
S. II. Ray and family spent Ga., special agent of the Hartford Insurance hall certainly a voice

part of Tuesday at Oak Hill, visitingMrs. MONEY.real estate We want money to Ten loan on first Company has been In town fcr a route to Canada to upend the balance of as quickly as 'possible lie: has considering to contend; ::: the with Inconvenience I la perfectly nt home upon the stage. 4

Ray's parents. free of all expenses mortgages.to lender Ganlden per cent day or two placing the agency for his the Hummer. through the lumber not arriving fast F." A. Morgan as the Spectre Knight, j

-Capt. E. Vaill, who has Wen spending .Sanders/ Titusville and West Palm company, recently become vacant by -In consequence of our editor and enough.: About l.:;0 men ate employed and afterwards as Otho, a young: Grand I

: a few days in St. Augustine, returned Beach, Florida. the death of Mr. LaRue P. Ely, of Mel associate-editor taking )pat In the entertainment on quite the a deal work of, and money lines around men West cumulate\ 1'ulni; Duke, )had .a most difficult role to alto 1

to West Palm Beach yesterday. bourne He has appointed :Messrs., Hall last Tuesday evening, we llfiich-thanks to Mr. Flaglur. sump, but succeeded In his efforts ad emhrahly.

WntY: you visit Jacksonville, stop at & Wright of this place to represent the had to get a special reporter to IIl'lItllll a The trio In which he appearedwith
-Mr. M. T. Jones, of Mims, left on the Carleton hotel Bay street. The Viola and the First Lady when animlng -
company in Brevaid county.A repoitoftho operetta and play to the A Ilvnutlfiil Altar Cloth. ,
yesterday's train for Lake Park, Ga., on electric car from the railway station .
ADVOCATE. | the part of a holy filar, wa one
will land at the Carleton door In
a visit of a few months. you very prominent citizen on the I. Gauldt'n! few
about six minutes. Mr. Kirk Monroe the well-known Mis. I)) a days ago, of the gems of the operetta
-Mrs. J. P. Turner, of El Dora, has lower river In speaking of the road question completed a tteniitlful altar cloth and Mrs. Goo. M. Kobbins and Minn Mil
novelist who III'enll11111 winters at dorsal for St. Gabriel's : church
writes: "Everything U In good Episcopal
\been in town this week on a visit to In beautifulcostumes
WE it ILL give 20! per cent discount on Cocoauut Grove, Uincayiie Bay, has left TltiiHvillo.\ The material was. sitrydietiby ) 111''tl'tMJllwartl appeared

Mrs S. H. Happersett. all cash purchases for the next 15 shape as regards right-of-way up to for Cambridge, Mass., to spend the summer the ladles of St. Gabriel' Guild and an. mnldn, and S, II. Hap|>ersett .
days, excepting the line of following- and north of Jensen. Do you not think understand that the whole of the
smith J. A.
we Hnppurnett an )pages,
-Mr and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore left where ho will take In reading
named staples: Brotherhood overalls, the first thing to do Is to see about securing pleasure work was gratuitously done by ill r.. .

here. Monday, on a couple of days' visitto Screvan goods: and gold and silver the right-of-way; If we have thatIt the ADVOCATE hcietofoie. Gaulden, who hall beat highly complimented looked very pretty.E. hi,

friends at Melbourne. shirts Eagle Clothing Store. -Mr. Gco. F. Paddison left for Jacksonville upon her work The eimmihtroiiltrI. B. Wager acted as )planlut In *
will of
remove the objection. a great : ; I :: .I l lR.tlcallll''e
Is said to lie the most handsome ccclesl usually acceptable manner.
-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Scobie left and other this week and
See editorials on this subject parts
IF Tote want fried fish at time, of work of any church In After the operetta, the drama "Alone"r
any you
last to two three
Saturday spend or
his father has been down at Eau: Gallie
months at New Haven Conn. The can have them sent you ready for -Mr. H. B. Carter, of Atlanta, who the state of Florida.Another was antlered( with the following! chat of

young Scobies will remain In Tltusville. table by Hippard. has been down to his pineapple plantation looking: after the lumltrr business We character. :

near Averill, says hi. plants are are not saying a word about what George Wedding (.I..n..t ('liitlllcaHlrulUin . Se-,,.. M Hrnwii
-Mr. Richard Gladwln, who has been HAVE purchased two hundred barrels went off for, so please do not congratulate Hlr... .... 11a.Rrshaut l
looking in excellent condition. He said .. .. ..
school for months .
attending some pastat slaked lime and It low. i time referred to IVlTllK' anteron.. .tf. A. MnriinnJ.
am selling him Some ago we a very
the Florida Agricultural College: Lake he did not think he had lost more than just yet. MlrklnwullliMniiiln .. J. A. 1I..I..r..l| |
lots. Best lady of Hoc kludge and I
Special prices on large Mipular
( young I In. H. II. lIol'I".n|
1 (it). returned home on Saturday last. thing for new lands.G. five per cent. of the young'plants duringthe -Mr. J. G. Mast and Mrs. 1IIurlhY.1two Chicago who would soon enter the holy Mr I ThorutonMalil .. .. Mllilrml \\....
I. F. PADDISOX and maid who have been ',: of A few dnys since .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. M. E..ruiwr: ;
-Mrs. E. S. Wiley and Miss Mamie freeze. A good many were bearing, sons stopping ; state matrimony

Alley, expect to leave here next week 20-3t( Eau Gallic, Fla. but the apples were very small.A at Hotel du Nil, harm, during the the ADVOCATE received the following, W. M. Blown, an Colonel C'halllce
for Valdosta, Atlanta and other placesm three four months to which tell the tale: "Mr.: and I Mrs sustained Ids well deserved reputationas
Georgia to spend the balance of the large stalk of wild millet nearly past or came up Edward: A. Ilartwell announce tlio marrl.igo Intel of the eccentric old
brick store the ADVOCATE an pretcr
To LET a fine in Phlladul-
route to
on en
lummer. of their daughter, Cornelia to :Mr.
10ft. In height, was brought Into this
Excellent location full ufl.ath..II
block Titusville. his line
pnla. They expected to spend a few Ceo.I M. Siidlow, :Monday, Juno 17, 1K1C\ Jj; man character; were
-Contractor been Possession be had at office the first of the week by Mr. Car
Decker has adding
may Jacksonville their north. Mil( Went Adams street, Chili-ago: and he won the sympathy) and ;
another room and lengthening the vernda once. Apply to Bobbins &: Grahamor penter who said it came off Dr. Will'* day In on way I The AliViM-ATK join with the many good will of the audience (tour the start

of one of his cottages: near the C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE office, place In Titusville. Mr. Carpenter| said -The ad. of Cha. Blum & Co., dealers friends of the happy pair In wishing i i
Graham Mr. Strawlens createda
Indian W. S. as ,
River hotel. It will be Titusville.
occupied wines street Jacksonville them life of unalloyed bllns amiprosperity.
he was anxious to let northern people in liquors, Bay a long
bj Mr. and Mrs. Ilobt. Pentland as soon This Is snot her rhnrmlng good deal of amusement for the audience
will be found on our 5th of
M finished. know how luxuriantly vegetation did page
TIMED: ARE IIARU and you cannot affordto young lady lost to Itovkledge next win- by hi* perlntent attelllila to gain
tithe Issue. The above firm U. well
-Mr. C. C. Chillingworth, of West lose everything. Insure againstfire : grow In Florida.Mr. ter. the favor of the colonel, and succeeded
and accident with HALL known for its fair dealings, and we
Palm cyclones
Beach, left here Saturday last on It. C. Demaree, of the Xew giving a fair representation of the character.
his WKIGHT of Titusville, Fla., representing recommend the ADVOCATK readers
> way to New York state to attend areunion County Court.
the Liverpool &: London & Smyrna Lighthouse is expected In town F. A. Morgan, Bertie Cameron
of the old members of the Cornell throughout Florida to give Blum Co.a .
university, who gather together: Globe, the Old Hartford and other to-morrow afternoon. He will be accom- I looked and acted hi. part well. lie wa
trial order of the :
every five years. leading companies. tf panied by a party of ladies and gentlemen The adjourned trim County a lover under moat trying clcumstances,
court met on the Kith. Two days wets
W. M. Woodward
Mr. our photographer
-Mrs. E. B. Wager has rented a cottage white from Coronado and Xew Smyrna, occupied the trial of H claim InteipoKtd I but won the object of hi* affection the
LINEN slippers and canvas ) the lot between
at Indian Springs, Ga., and she Oxfords canvas the latest style. They and will arrive at the railway wharf In has purchased lying by Wlghtman A (Inlstopher' of end.! J. A. Happernett made a splendid
expects to spend part of the summer at can be bought at Julius KlIne' Call Mr. J. P. Turner's launch Ozone about the law offices of tubbier &: Graham Jacksonville, to property attached by looking doctor; and It I I.* no curpiUe that

that charming place. Her children will and examine them. Prices right. two o'clock. Mr. Demaree was one of and ))r. J. B. Screvrn on Julia creditors of \V. II.' lUriU Kucremuir to Mrs. Thornton fell In love with him.
accompany her. Mrs. Wager thinks the where he will hereafter attend toall ti, D. Grlger. 'I lie attaching creditors
change will be beneficial to her children. Titusville'. popular school masters and street were reprencnled by Judge Buggn, and Mr. S. H. llappersett) all Maud Trevor

DON'T forget that Hippard make the be will be glad to meet all bill old friend. hia old and new paron Consideringthe the claimants by 1). (L. G.nilden and portrayed that character with a great

-Jas V. Bbfill & Co., commission best bread and sells twenty-four In town. hard times Mr. Wooodward I I. doing (ieo. M. Kobbins. deal of feeling and gave evidence of

merchants, New Orleans write us to ticket for one dollar. quite a good photographing business.Mr. The Jury returned a verdict for the
we effect that the market 1s bare of -Orange Judd, who made a fortune clulmanU I and Judge Bvgg took an ability a.* an emotional actress. Miss

Pineapples. Who has any to ship to by advertising,commenced very cautiously T. All
them P See their ad. on 4th page. Summer Hound-Trip Hates on and his first great success was owingto Md., who Is the manufacturer of the A replevin cane, by I). Singer againstthe did spondldly; her acting wa a source of

-Mrs. 0. H. Fulke and children left the Flagler Hallway.Titusville the error of his office boy, who order. fibre machine to be used In the Melbourne receiver of S.' Tatel &: Co I I. on to suprise to the audience. We believe she

new Monday morning for Petersburg ed Instead of column! ins factory, and who came down last day. mule all that could have been made of

Va., where she will spend the remainder to Ormond $2.OS; Daytona, a page a week to superintend the fitting up of her character Mrs. M. 1.. Gruber, a.
of the summer with her father. She $2.23 New Smyrna, $1.&S. Xew York paper. Mr. Judd was nearly 'Tin': M1'ECPIIH: INIIIIT"ANI
wit accompanied by her two little sisters Cocoa to Ormond $3.50; ; Daytona, $3.20 wild at the pecuniary responsibility he them and get everything In order to > ",\USI':'" maid, had very little to do, but don

and brother. Mr. Fulke-who occupies New Smyrna, $2.60. bad Incurred, but the return. were commence work stopped in Tltusville a that little well.

th. position of foreman In the ADVOCATE Eau Gallie to Ormond, $4.40; Daytona and within week he blessing day or sn this week on his return north. I The programme wa quit lengthy
a was
office prompt [HY A MHCCIAL im-OHTKK.j:
-will now keep "bachelor1 hall"PMtofthe f"j; New Smyrna, $3.30. of talk with Mr.
In the course a pleasant I the audience being held until half put
time during his wife' ab- Melbourne to Ormond, $''.60j; Daytona, I the boy for the mistake he had The operetta and drama which was
". Smith, he told us that he expected the eleven, but everybody went away pleas
ha made.
tt.lIe rented his house to Mr. $4.33; New Smyrna, the Tltusville house
I fibre machine at Melbounre would be presented Opera ed. We regret to say that owing perhaps
and Mr.. Jas. p. the last evening under the .
-Mr. VIning of Tuesday management to the hard time and the
about weeks' time.
] ass very good sweet corn and last -Mr. S. J. Field of Indianola, has Coquina hotel, Ormond, were pleasant running In two of Mrs.. H, 11. llappersett, proved a fact that mainly the !guard held a drill on the ,
were left at the editor's home several day In town this I While here Mr. Smith placed hi name very enjoyobla affair. The operetta
been spending visitors to town on Tuesday and Wednes same night, and heavy expense of the
Saturday with the word that they were I on our ever-Increasing subscription list. entitled "The Spectre Knight, was presented costume, the affair! wa not so much a
from week. had been Tltusville
not )In
day. They the of
-Mr. not sure first, with following cant
sonnwas dodo -Mr. IL Freeman Hall, agent accompanied success. financially a* In other respect.
aicli oh the but pre- -Do not fall to remember that the for some years and were surpised at the characters: The no doubt )bad a good deal
'"">!. It was friend Tomi of La the beach by Mr. John B. McDonald Th UrMul Itak ('. H. "III toll company
our Elborden house on ocean many Improvement made here. W* of fun out of the affair, and the audiencewere
.. .
His 4wd(1uutmriat. w.a.eirakaw
grange.Occident The corn was sweet and facing Daytona I I. DOW open, and Mr., acknowledge a pleasant call from them. special agent of the Hartford Fire Insurance > lute, Hi* Unnd Ituk. .'* tUuKbtor . .Ml.. well satisfied
and the beans were of Immense company, have just returned .. H. tla|>|in.,untu
Ur make
I will endeavor and Mr.VInlngattended the
ze-.o *er7 large .that we supposed and Mr. Halgh, Mr. amateur t. DM $Mrtra KBlf kt
.. ..r. ..
wbeie MOIra"Her
the would be tough and stringy. They all comfortable who stop there. entertainment on Tuesday evening, and from Georgiana, they adjustedthe Paso, .a.A6erthread Imk. -Mrs. 8, II, Happersett gave a very
lose of F. C. Allen whose store build. OraeCs 11 tat lr ,. ..nl.,. .. .. .. ...Mrs.M. .
J.J.Ui* the reverse however-very ten- Service at St. Gabriel'. Episcopal left for Cocoa the next afternoon. They K. Grulwrdo enjoyable little party, last night to
et. of good flavor and free of burned about three week do :anti .... fl..
strings. Ing was ago. trailing those who took In the and
*om Johnson Johnson It church on Sunday next the :23rd lost., expect a big crowd at the CoquIna this Alblo roCxer part opera
aas. who raised these vegetables, knows It.,. Stewart Martin, of Holly Hill, offlolatlog. summer and many of Florida' .summer Mr* Allen was Insured who lo the Hartford his Ions I' do do aubls wig. Mr M W' M.N.:.t-.ttt'l :: play. Vocal and Instrumental musts
Insurance paid
w business and has our thanks. If he Archdeacon B. F. Brown will resident are securing room at this. excellent company, the being **t* . ... *. H.J whllud away the time pleasantly and ice
of $Xi promptly on .
ewer :: ;=:
senate wants to run for congress or the U. preach at Melbourne Sunday morning, anti bome-like little hotel by the made out without waiting the usual rtsai.t :. .. : cream, cake and other deMeacIe ended

tuts Al\"CIC"'T&he should I. for bear him In mind that and Eau Gattie la the afternoon. ea. sixty day*. It was bright and sparkling some of the evening's amusement



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I DOC1EXUC4' ETC. PERSONAL-oossna, THE TITLE MARKET. Clyde Steamship Co: aAlV

'JohnTiaxwell, the hostwrtVef Mlu
and 5h wlae Ui. Plvrtutlmtt Free '
!, BraxMoa, the famous novelistvis dead. .......... If ow.. B.i'

Masons Silas P Carpenter town treasurer of The week on 'change bas been very AS i'i'i '
Accepted Rockford, Vt, bar been elected for 60 dull although prices have held np pretty

:year*in succession. welLNwith the exception of English o

I 41 Dr. Halnsford sn SMjrsnowl New lords. These closed ..,.r110w. which.

hllllan : 'fltullvme York elerlfTmaa,*pronOUMe' in favor ol not to be wondered at, as that has boon

River! Fla, making Sunday fit the man, not man to the tendency of the British nobility for
Lodgo Nl.. 110) fit the Sunday. some time. There was a time when ,

Lady Dilke: Is busily engaged in writing these were certain of bringing a good Wl /

HnliU 1U mflctlnffii tin"......",1 and) fonrth Trl- I retire of artiolesdoaling with Ban figure la the American market, but of
day ol rw-h mouth, at the <'olirt lionm,TU mTlOe.atioinp. late the demand here has fallen off
: .... I dolph Caldooott, his art, character and
t J. NCKPIIL, B. ii. n T. oornwpondenoe. somewhat, and the only good figures slit

DIY -- -PPG.----H-' If.- Of Worth, the famous French mil liner mentioned in connection with then I New York] Charleston and Florida Lines]
of the chores that NCB
KNir.HTA ITTIIIA8. : it is said that, though he personally lately girls .
they have been marrying. The last reported -
No.E. hWliln IM tiiM>tlnB s at fitted all his patrons, "the woman Is -
"Pemlnnle Lndca,
Steamships of this
sale at about $500,000.PrimeAl Line
t l She Irnrt hnnne., the. fr) .t *'.'ir Thnrnlay ewenf :not Irving to whom heaver paid a compliment was The magnificent are ap'
J am <>' each. month, at 8 o'ulotk p. in. Italian nobles are In good BE FOOLED I
l .... ; DON'T to sail as follows : rt
$. It.flmora, W. II. lI..r. demand, although the confidence of the pointed
J C. C. K. of 'K. H. Ardhbiahop Corrigan receiver 13,000 street was shaken some time ago, when by the dealer who brings out some Charleston S. C. Both
.1/ all his foe for performing the OonldCastellaoe it was found that one whole invoice was thing else, that |flays> him better and Calling at Ways. ale
I'l, I The arch Dr. ATA\lDARD TIMS.) )BB
JSmAXRI\'ERClUARIIK. wedding ceremony. unsalable. gays that it in just a. good. (

i' j I lirlll at tI'lI Armory, onr county Jal4 J, *wry bishop received the money in the shape German counts closed very strong. Pierce'. Golden Medical Di From New York, STEAMER (Frnmlerk.nnUlbl' '::
I .... e .c....k. benefit (Iller2p,6R.: ) harle.hnA\Ptta1
In the nth a' < check Gould.
Tueulg.t.ning cf
| signed by barge
A.T.FZA.TtaCMItI.W1.| s The demand for Greek princes seems is guaranteed. If it don't TUMda", May 2e, at 3.00 I'm.. .SEMINOLE. .... lIuoolay, June .' a' Mu
i ..... ... .
fit I Charles L Benedict .Jnitod States to have entirely disappeared and we or cure, you have your money back. Friday. II 31. a' 3.1.1'01.. AIIIOI'1Punday IIUH.JIII ThufM.lay, It", t lfxTuetda
J : :judge ifor the Eastern district of New have not heard of a single transactionin No other medicine of Us kind is Fridav;' June" 7.4: :: ,8.08:.tat p p m m t ('IIFIIUKF.E .:..:.Thurnlay, ,. 1; :; :,:, :uTnPetav :

A i 1L"," CIIUKCIIER.KiIWOI'AL : York is past the age of otireraeirt and this line for some time. BO certain and effective that it can : "" u; :: a 800:(0 p p m m t A1AIOMfl'iVV..Tburttiay:1018)I'UIP? Pnndav: .. m It a I ,,lap Ift'Frlday
1 I f will JI1'obablylOflD resign. He is one of Quite trade has boon built with cIIFIUKFe.Pnnday: ; 8e.Frldnt
a ;ti:
up I
be sold Is other likely to 'Y' la 3.151 m 1"
i CiCt'IlCII.krvtw the throe surviving judges.appointed by Japan of late years., and relatives the BO. any Tare: :, 21', : 3.00: & m...: lltlnt'UIP., :: Thurolay, .. !, ;; t lips
i'' < In ch be "just as good ? II Ban ... ALGUUT'tPuodag: V WI ,"I I :
the Ut and 3r Hundaya TnPdny, :2t a' pm.
I President Lincoln in ItfOS.Mm .
It II _o.tb.a'Ua.m.an'17"I..m.llllnolayMlh.:: | .... mikado always find quick takers. Owing Ai a bloocj-cleanoer fleeh-builder, Friday, II 28, a' 3.00) I' m c'IIEIUlKEE .. Thllnda", JIII) tt.All ,: ,Ids
peed.tt a':I. I l>. m. ."; service]\ yer at ..de Staol .... *. i and strength restorer nothing can
"f w I I IpI Prldayate./aa on .edimml.iy.mrUHIIYTKRIAN. Litany very irregular features and bad complexion. rcxpittt to this class of goods, we are the It's not
I, Uity II. F. IlunwH Reotot.Ttr She was very sensitive in regard to her unable to quote figures, as it is generally equal Discovery.

I 'V I looks and disliked being complimented understood that they have usually like the sarsaparillas" or ordinary Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line.For EO
CHURCH.Hctrviae medicines. At all seasons -
l on her intellectual powers regarding boon bad for the asking. "spring

I .wy'eahbathatlL.m thrlntlan,and T<::* pin.Balitatlmrli the compliment as a alur on.her>lack of French nobles are staple, and the and in all cases, it purifies, invigorates the present' and until further notice, Steamer "Y"YEMASfetE: i ..ntendic
*latl II.;.li) a. m.. ( K duor -
I merlin* at SMO p. m., prayfr meeting beauty. prices during the last season have beeu and builds up the whole to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from harlestoi !IDI, Mare
; rnnllally' ; ln tw.lo I all that could be desired. The qualify For blood taint and
i Wednetlayat7:3tp.m.Allalt.: l
Willard Spenoor.wbo computed "The system. every Close connection Is made at Charleston 'Aith (
1'aitur. Sundays Ilyilt fm
attend. Rat W. T. "V .Ai.r. Philadelphia,
i j : : used bfI mania of the recent importations bas also been disorder from a common blotch or
-- .. Little Tycoon, to a FloiidaJSteameis for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida |K>mti| .
\ teacher in DeL He above the average. This class: of goods to the worst scrofula it ""
; METHODIST I 'lIt nCJI.Bnrvlrra Wilmington, broughtthe eruption and Interior via Philadelphia
1' bo obtained in in Also Philadelphia points
can now open mart
iwonnil an. fiesta ant at hit own expense, lii- is a perfect, permanent! guaranteed
; at Tlttmvllle every first almost of
; third. HnlilHilh at II a. ni.nn.13. |>. nt.1| Hnn.krwhixil 'vesting $20,000 in it, but the royalties any style package and at remedy.
'il' at.liio'high as prices to suit all grades of buyers, ranging
ata p.fii. every rlnnday,, Prayer niwttnK from for of the "
$600,000 princes
.1 : 1 o'clrk: every Vhiiraihty niirht. The piilillo Menmllully tI8OOO.iD. season. Johns River Line. Il'[
; i Invited t,, attend our emrea.. first empire-upward until the figures for Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedycures
\ Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, widow of the
8. W. LAIYLKK, 1'antor. nobles belonging to families dating from
famous general is a pretty woman wh Catarrh in the Head.A .
Charlemagne!; are beyond the pocketbookof rl -
1 JtllTIHT Cllt'llClI.Prearhlng still drosses in mourning for bar hus the ordinary purchaser.Of For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on I

., JI e"""ry tat, Mmnili.l. fourth 8n.. band. She ban a very sweet manner anda late there baa been little marketfor I
1V I' .day. lTa)er M..t'nlll every 7.:emlay evcnlac", charming "aioe, in which blend the Spanish titles as some of the more Machine Made Han.Brooklyn. the St. Johns River.
Mervlre .
sat7afe1.o'k soag every k'rldayevrningp
softness of :Cite south and the distinct
; .MTo'elork. Peachy Hrtuiol ewry Hnndny Uno recent experiences: with these would ,
I 'I' a, IK. All 1 are ordlallv. Invltml; tn attend : enunciation the west to indicate that not I I
seem they are lively
II. A, Hnt'trH, I'antor.CATHOLIC .
::1 l Mrs.\ Cleveland is fond of flowers. to wear welL K&MHIA Stonna-or: worglado, {l

t I CIH'IICH.ftervloni Growing and .blossoming plants are to Cable advices from our London office ""
l f i at to a. ...every Mnn.I.,.. In hall over be found in every room and her conservatory indicate that the business during the rwIn :;- *""?" rr* WW CAPT. W. A. SHAW, J

]''I i I ( *I laa. at.I Mver. HUM Hank. Children's: caterlilmntSu. ; nndor her interested care, hat coming year will be larger both In t I Ii appointed to all from Jacksonville Tuesdays Saturdays at 5:00: p. ni., returning I mt. \ill I

I Ri>v.J. r.O'lionc;.Rector. 'been much .enlarged and beautified. volume and amount, than ever before. Panfurd III0n< "). and Thursdays at B::00 a. in Fhou::
.1 I'I' I Two rare growths in the floral world arose -The Title Brokerage company American

J'Y.:; I M. C. A. and a chrysanthemum boar Mrs.Cleveland's agents for the International Supply .SO}tend to :;::t). 8'lIWl"LE. I \UBTHBul\p\Itad np
name.A company of London.-New York World. i

I I.I..f I' T1ereg.farrundayaftern.nnt tke r.,_at. C.4:01 A.: I'will. in.Iw,. at held the iiravtjr every rr..*l meetingf >riunduyftfir.txm. ylerlaneliureb million florins the Austrian was the penalty Baron Ko-re- Ha Been plmlUr Caw. ay s Leave ::E p.a.p.tn::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::.Jarkwemille....1'alatka.Actor. ...::::::::::::::::::::::::: Arme Lease.. ''.:: : 1II

tutu further notice. oently paid by 1 Ls 4.311 a. .... .. .........:..............It. ..ran<'I........................ .... .. 131 a ,
nigswater for changing his religion. liew.a. "That's portrait of your grandmother II Ii.an a. m ............ ... ....... 1I1'.ror.I.... .... ................... I m a roPt'

"it'I.i i, \ I: WU, .. F.y. to "0.1__ wife.. a His Jew father who married in his will a Catholic imposedthe lady as, 8 is ho it looked? How when strongly she was it resembles a young Arrive,. tin 9.28 5.30 :: E:.::::::::::::::::::::::::..ItE:: ,. rs:,:,:,::,:,:::::::::::::::::::: :: It u,:::

i condition that if he became a Christian you Miss Beudorbyl""You
i II A well known ruisfliouary had occasion he should 1,000,000 florins to only, say that to flatter me, Jacksonville,
to give a description of his foreign pay Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., tat
Mr. Grandma
Jewish charities. He has become Spoouamora was quitea "
pnblie ,JK., Fla. 1st' AIt
work to large andlenoe in certain M.ll.CH DE, A.T. \ F M.JBOKMONOBB (
( a and has the for- beauty, and everybody know. I don'tmake -."" ]
a Catholic paid S Howling(Green!Sew York. *.West)say St.,JacktumllleFltTumo. |
While he took
town. speaking particn- I
of that kind""Indeed
felt pretensions G. EOOFB,T. M, I Jso. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt.,
V ii lar notice of a boy, woo was Nutating I'm not trying to flatter 6 how'ling Green,\ew York. Foot Hogan S,.,JI<,omllIH FIa |

with rapt attention to every word the HORSES AND HORSEMEN. you. Miss Benderby I The family resemblance A. J* COLE, General Taimenirrr Agent, IJ. A. Lr.f LIE.6uinileni
lecturer niJ.Ai is striking. I've often known liovling (Green New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jack. .>millt fl.| 1'r&I
; U usual In each addrcxutes.> he "Father Bill" Daly's wife is suingfor cases of that kind. There were two _. II. I). C. 1\11"K. O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia let

'wound op with nn earnest appeal for a divorce.BuddDoble. sisters I was acquainted with when IWAS WM. I'. CL\IE & CO., Oener Agents, lUll,

i Contributions., however mall, and intends to drive his horsesIn a boy. They looked wonderfully 1* So. Delaware A*.,Philadelphia 5 Bowling OremNew Tort I'' I

thinking of fail wide mouthed listener all their races this year. alike, just as that portrait looks like

be added that oven children might give and yet one of them was as beautiful Life.
i Jockey Joe Hill will ride for Green yon F
their mite. as a poet's dream, and the other
Morris this season at salary of $5,000. .
I When the mooting. waa over, the was dreadfully-that is, I mean IheWMU' Fkllur
i boy mounted the platform, and going No Jockey ever lot fewer races which at all, or rather she was lacking He had a brown beard with bare Southern H

forward to the lecturer mid: he ought to have won than Fred Arrher. In that-that attractive quality, you spots in It, as though his whiskers had

P "PleiiHo air I was very moth Interested Jockey Willie Siuims' residence was know, that constitutes-what a perfectly drifted. He was a thin young man with _

HH in your lecture, and-and"- destroyed by the rooout hurricane at lovely frame this portrait has hasn't a triple expansion mouth, and showed

Here he hesitated. Augusta, Git. it?"-Chicago Tribnua a feeble old woman into a seat in the JJc.Railway. IHi

I "Go on, my little roan" laid the John Goldsmith is confident that corner of a railroad station waitingroom .

J ruisBiotinry. "You want to help in the VrultaVllkos, 3:13: will be one of the ills Ultimatum. up in the state, and when the

,' good work?" phenomenal ones of 1805. "And yon reject my offer" he said ticket window opened for business the ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. :

"No, not that" wa the boy'i reply. John G. Taylor, owner of Joe Patchen, to her intensely "You refuse to be the thin young man was the first customer."I ire

"What I want to know la I have you 3:04: has bought of D. M.\ Green Peabody one women in all the world to me?" see you've got up a notice that
children under 7 old rides for half THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWINQ ROOM CARS :yt
any foreign stamps to give away? Kan., the black horse \Vontbrook! "I'm afraid so, she confessed rather years
xohange. kindly, for she meant well. fare," he said to( the ticket agent."That's .
"Then, I have but one thing to say to right""I J,
Remembered ODe Bndd Doble is credited with saying
Thing nobody else but real children
you madam, he aid, reaching for his suppose THOROUGHFARE VESTIBULED TRAINS.
Mrs. McSwat-It's no, Dilligor. The that Fantasy will be the next queen of hat kin gi, 'em kin they" COACHES

bride is always more self possessed at the turf and that Klaniath will be the "I am sure you have my permission "Hey?" I

ft weddiug than the groom In. You sensational horse of 1805. to say that What is it?" "Fact is said the thin young man, 0

t I didn't know whether yon were stand' The Baltimore Jockey club has leased lIe drew himself up to his full height poking his head in fie ticket window QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

Ing on your head or your feet when we a tract of laud for five years in the "There are others, be replied and lowering his voice to a sepulchral

were married You can't recall single I II vicinity of the Arlington track, with haughtily and ptwsed out of the game. whisper, "I'm takin my grandmother North And >: 01wt.t.. North And Wwnt'.o. _

I distinct impression of it the object of building a new mile Detroit Free Press. down to Port Jervis. u. r.
Mt. MoSwat-Yen, I can, Lobelia. The latest accession to the "Call the old woman a child, do AU TIAIIII DAll1 's.aaw AU TRAWI DAILY. TI.a4a (
i remember IIOHO was awfully cold. traOk'l Too Much you?" inquired the ticket agent irouio- L s:!
the breeders of trotters i -
I L?. ... ., ?.C4 V... TOO amt S 40 pm Lo. Jaekso.vate. '.C. A P.. 1:40 II::
.' -Chicago Tribune. Hugh J. Grant of New York city Young Tntter-Miss Clara, suppose ally."Well\ *.*. Everett, ** 0amU lltpnlOMpn wsreu, ouuera.. P
has just bought farm at Oradell N. J. that tomorrow evening I should call mebbe not exactly that," said aoatheroilAr. ::: Wa At Y..o., I HCctrtuoon HII.ID g c
I Awakened to It, Cplumbl i., 4 M pm IMam Atlaals. to.
Felix Carr, the well known colored again and having nerved myself up to the other, with a nervous glance at his Cb.rlotNPava..ah, .. _. SMpmtttam TOO am to 1 \I C' e
Shello-Hello, Tote, are you playing It, suddenly, while we were convening, venerable relative, "but (he's been in wuhingtoass."A ( 80pm II CI tt.Q..c........ r 10 tp
jockey, who is but 17 years of age, recently ::::
your cornet as lUuoh at ever? for him I should without a word, throw my her second childhood goin on three to pDllul.lppia Y 10 106am Warn 11 2ft praloo Nrnlofham.... &Oatb".... II 0l.'a. It
Tute-No. Gave it bad a guardian appointed New w ..<0 am St. Lo.l., Cairo Bh. Lin* 7 ae.m :;.JU.--
its up. arms around your Deck and deliberately years" and I reckoned fer 10 York, 11 aa pm ( 20 am
"How is that? I thought were in the person of Barney Schreiber, the Ar. Memphla. 1(. C.M. A B. 10WpmLi. -
yon kiss you. What would yon do There was a resounding whack on the Asheville, Son! .... .. 00
horseman. The boy has about $7,000 in them. _... ... Wpm EaniuUty, t pm' k'=
all bound up in it? Miss Piukerly-Oh, Mr. Totter, don't thin young man's most exposed surface, I
cash and baa an income of $10,000 a
"So I was but another genius moved I ask me to look no far ahead.-Brooklyn and a shrill voice screamed:
in ned door, and I bad a chance to jreur.Horseman Life "It's a lie I I kin bile pertaters and For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Rallwsy

I hear how the thing really I sounded. "- do housework fer nine people, and there System, or Its connections.
.. THE FASHION PLATE. After Dinner 8pe eh. isn't no second childhood around here T

I Knjovlnf? Her Cry.I Master of the House (on his fiftieth unless it's yon ;you pore skinnary, W. A. TURK C. A. BENSCOTER 8. H. HARDWICK
have, at a moving play, sat next to There is a great fancy for short jacket birthday to his guests)-Ladies and awkward cuss? You don't pit any half General Pa... ACM. *,".a.... P.... Agony AM't Osn'l PaM- *,.""

', i l k young lady whoso pocket handkerchief waists, some with double breasted front gentlemen, this day 60 years ago, when fare fan rue I" And be didn't-New WAiMlrlOTOM.O.C. ItNOSVILL". TINN. ATLANTA.IA. t

I was at work vigoronnly throughout half and all having revert. I first saw the light ;}f this: world-um, York Advertiser.

i au act. At the dropping' of the curtain The sale of plain and fancy velvetsfor um-I did not for a moment anticipate W. D. ALLEN, 1

w the would scarcely smile for a minute capes and dress accessories this season -or-anticipate that I should see so r.-7 Solicitude.

or two. But when speech returned to has been exceptionally large. numerous and-urn-so distinguished a A Portland boy attended the recent Florida Passenger Agent

her what do you think her first words Flowered stripes on taffeta grounds company gathered around me. fire at the orphan asylum in that city. 212 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.

were? Simply these: "I am so enjoyingIt either plain or changeable are one of Deutsche Worte. Soon after I' was extinguished he was i'Y oath iftaa.

f tV all" And yet she was a tenderhearted the favorite combinations in silk. I asked "Where was the fire Harold?" ___
who A True Solatia.
sympathetic girl, would "
A favorite ornament on spring bats "At the orphan asylum was the re -
have fainted with horror in the preouiioa I Patriot-Say, little boy, do you know
of k Is the Jotted MephUto plume, which is crossed the Delaware ply."Is
a newly pl"-Elohanl6. why Washington
of good height, with tips curled off from that so?" said the inquirer in excitement
Boy-Wanted to get on the other side, WE DELIVER
A Large Itottle each other at the top. "Why, it must have been .
I rockon.-Tt'u Siftings! .. !.
.. .
.. .. ..
'", At the Bordeaux exhibition the special I For elegant dross garnitures are shown -- -- awfull"!
fr feature will be the Urgent bottle expensive passementeries, buckles and ....hloa'. Sian.Raffaellt "Oh no," said Harold, "it wasn't

I ever made. It will be 115 ftlt't high and I buttons made to match, the buttons, in very bad. The building wasn't damaged A Piano Organ
t } divided into stories, in the lowest of varying sizes. to be used on.different much and as soon as the fire was discovered or

I I which there will be a restaurant A portions of the costume. they sent the orphans borne to
winding ttaircase will lead the nock their parents, so none of them was
to a kiosk taking the place of the Broad effects continue to rage for all hurt"Kenuebeo Journal. AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, cut: ..,
sorts of waists, being in collarette to after trial \,111
many approval a In your own hou"e. No money required until
cork where there will be for 83 ,
room fashion, falling from a folded and ro- 1..11J0I'IIU. Atm.pun."No thoroughly satUHed. Our prices are as low as any bouse in the United S tate' tour
persons at a time to sit and look over sate tock collar of velvet The cream said the gentleman from terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an instrument
exhibition grounds and the
the city.
satin fonr-iu-baud tie promises rival Boornville "I wouldn't like to brag The Celebrated CONOVER ,
Drive. to It I the simpler black one so long the fa s about the invigorating quality of the The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.
1 lira Toogood-I don't how it is vorite. The Beautiful
see atmosphere out our way, but I will simply SCHUBERT. I
'$ that men find so much pleasure in inch Many of the shirt waists of washable cite that a feller in our town is And KINGSBURY.

d a brutal business as prize fighting. cottons are made precisely like those so McGugenheimer (viewing making a good living by compressing it Vocation Aeollon Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE

Broken Face Dill-I don't see how universally worn last summer simply his work)>-Dvre's one of yer Aubrey and sending it east to bicycle riders to ORGANS.

I we kin help it, lady. The women II gathered" at the throat and again at the Whiakertley pictures. It ain't much ofa use in filling their tires. It bas such :''""J
crowdin us men out of all the professions The fronts Brass and small\ Instruments, Music and Boob Write ns; we will 1iA1'1!
e belt, both front and back. likeness, nor it ain't pretty, bin it'sstar elastic and lively qualities that the
'tt and they ain't uothiu eU bet as this season! droop slightly over the belt fashion an you bet yer life da"', speed of the machine Increased from money.

tcr da That's the only rea on I'm in In the prevailing blouse fashion.-New what goes. I'd rudder be out o' monerdn 40 to 80 per cent"Cincinnati Tribune rJ71ietV.. 33. Oumpl> >ell CO.,

tI it lady.-Uoxbnry (Mara)) Gaeettts.I York Post > out o' fashion.-Truth. .
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t8.ETisrrr. hOlt..J.O'Baigi. Ta...-. !
EVERETT & trouble' of the PLANT SYSTEM.:
B, a peculiar condition of pannl .f Property. and Wealth th. KmtmThereof.
Mr. Yznaga'i tuatrimo- <'a._ .
FLORIDA.holc .
FORT ended in "cparation. s (I The warlike temperament of man has

al and Retail Dea''* Miss Gerry Smith, a .1 bt>fnone, of his most prominent chniacteri'tin -
11 Willie K. Vanderbilt from the parIIout time To

INDIAN separated from her live to fight! has keen the chief aim> of ZlPorfoct: Jo..scongsJ Sor rico.
sought most primitive peoples and has been a

i OYSTERS after securing a di- Hr dln. Factory Girl. Cor Whets TheyHare leading occupation all civilized ones. IDo-u/blo wily Tr: ..tUnexcelled .
&, in Mr. George Tif Secured ItaabMtil. Armies bate grown in size, weapon

GAME. Baltimorean, who is as As in all other manufacturing towns, I have multiplied in number and deHtruo .

New York as In his n\- the; factory: girls of Reading, Pa., have tiveness, battles have grown more and Pullman Equipment #* -{
jtels and Dealers be outdone, Mr. Yina- lots of fnn inserting little notes in packages more deadly lu action, while also becoming
married the famous 01+ tides they manufacture and more roe ifll In their acoom

ICE HOUSE: West Palm Wright, from whom tend out to all parts of the world. The paniments but still it is everywhere

I sent fun of this kind is enjoyed by the apparent that, in spite of these aids to
divorces and marriages girls who work ln factories turning out carnage, the military spirit is on the Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. ft

to move in soci articles used exclusively by men. Hence decline 2
'rofessionnl produce unpleasant hat factory girls receive possibly the May we not look for the cause of this \\I s' \\I to Montgomery /

The Tina a compli largest mall in the enormously increased cost of warfare -
L" a. ROBBIIW. WALTER 8. fruitful in this "I have knowniat, least a dozen girls and Its interference with the pursuit II I U II to Tifton

FBB1NS) 4 GRAHAM, 'of this kind oc who became the wives of men who of prosperity and wealth? When ,

time ago at a great found their little notes in the bats they the internal losses to a people become
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW by the latejtfrs. Wil taught," said the forewoman of a hat greater than theme they can gain through These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers

ICI( Hocus:-From 10 to 12 who received bet Factory. "Several girls have their sinters conquest and annexation they will be
and 2 to 4 p. ra.ITl'IIVILLE drawing room of the at work at home making copies of very loath to enter into a great conflict to New York, Washington Philadelphia,

Brevard Co., on Fifth avenue. In the following note: I am very far from saying that many
,1 IIns.IO of guests waiting to 'I hope you will be well pleased with other causes, such as o'.hics and a growing Baltimore, Nashville Louisville, Cincinnati ,
fill practice In all the courts-.tat to their this hat I have tried to line and trimit spirit of mercy, may not have ooniributed -

rial facilities lor examining Ycnaga, the fint and satisfactorily. It you have a few min to this pacification of the nations St. Louis, Mobile, New Orleans, Atlanta, and

land titles and the new hus utes' time to spare, and care to do it, but is it not tray that the cost of
Money to Loan. and unkind fate had please write and tell me how you like war Is the chief preventive of war? If Chattanooga.

immediately behind your hat Of course you must be a sin so, doe it not illustrate the rule that

EORGE W MORTON, Mr. Yznaga's thoughts gle man, as I am a single girl Lovers the; reactions set up by the vast technical
glanced at the new wife are scarce In this town.' Improvement of methods of destruction

VOTARY PUBLIC, at the old wife on the "The girls slip the notes under the have reacted on the primitive cause of

man-her husband-can lining of the hats, allowing just an end the destruction-viz, the human 11'111-
rooil, "' Canaveral, '. It can only bo to; stick out under the sweat band. A and have lessened the cause by modify"

(tvinelng: carefully Whitney confided to note so placed would not be soon unless hag the heart and brain of rol\n-l'o1'

,'II_ IIltrtjtrljtell .\ that it was one of the sweat band was turned down. Of ular Science Monthly
; slling moments of her course hundreds of hats are sent out T"
I>1.inks on hand 51ew1 'sII
welcomed this strange ; and possibly the notes are never seen
.-New York Jour- but very many are found and answered. The alb so often mentioned aa a

"Hl\ 8. JONES: The girls receive answers from all over priestly garment was a long gown fattened
II. with belt,
Nail. the United States, principally the west
The letters they receive would make-
who has given many quite a collection. Generally they are The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia, ,
Ll-E BREVARD study to the subject
i\ (
rt! ,
read out aloud in the shop. Very many
nails are constitu I s
i nitv .ludge of Brevard replies from the west say that girls are
tendency to them is in
very scarce out there Borne men want
that ill
fitting to correspond with a view to maul
I I '''I l,"CN, J. T. little to do with this others just for pastime One N
and while it is Im-
\ ,
'I'nDE man recently wrote that he wanted a
-.\ & SANDERS, should be so
hat trimmed by the same girL
to aggravate the trouble "If a girl exchanges a few letters i The INN 1'f)1't'1'alllla all the .
.\TrOR EYS-A -LAW not by itself cause it. with an unknown correspondent and the'' open yearThe
i III .ractheInall the Courts nf of this sort is
Fl i Tiila: .and the United States I\: man's answers suit, the generally scuds
Box,235 (' by breaking the a letter to the town's chief of police or I
Money to Loan. cutting them, thereby mayor and asks confidentially all about I
of skin at the corners. the character of her correspondent In Plant Line.
h does notoffer suitable nearly every instance the officials send Steamship

TOME REYNOLDS edge of the nail, which courteous replies and tell all the girl
a condition increased by
wants to know. Photographs are ex-
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. of the adjacent parts. changed and little gifts are received 0 l'\lo..t Inxul'ionM NI lnuMhlp ( I'ylCo

of sufferers have generally, curiosities from faraway BU hnrne-pnwrr, marine" weight ?9n4b*., npncerviiilrril

Hutchinson Avenue, success by cutting a states. One of our girls receives letters 22x25luches5blanufactnrersof : in flu SJoul lioni "Will <' I'M.
out of the middle of the the moot Perfect ttellableand l
from a man up at Puget sound, and Kronniiili. Motor for lAiinchm. aol yachts
tus\'ille, then following the line California In the market Kan: ntnrt, until M > > w from another in southern to run < | | n Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa,
of the V to the root of with very little attxntion, al..> Imllclvn. of
and from another in Havana, and from launches coniil te and utatlonary. mC.ra.IIFN.I. L1 Key West and Havana.i -
the hard surface
TOWELL TITUS, away another now in Yucatan. The girls have JKROMK,

thin become as paper.irritated The nails and gone into the stamp collection business, Role Agent for Hrm aril Suit i Ht traitp, I uile t'u'ts.: Fits.: i Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. and our factory album is quite a curios Catalogue and|>rlm on application, ....
of bits of lint from
Of the girls can'tanswer
ity in its way. course
Practice In State and Federal under the -- B. W. WRENN Traffic
dust working all the letters they receive The I'asHcnger Manager,
!1ft a erlalty i Attorney for is this the case with odd letters. One Savannah da. '
nt\ rommlMtioners,and County cowboys write very ,
a great deal Thorough ranchman Buys he owns 1,000 acres and W. L. DOUGLAS
I'' 11"1I:N. application of anti"op cattle and wants wife.
5,000 head of a IS THE BC9T.riT .
frequently afford imme The letters generally have full desoriptions S3 SHOE FOR A KINO.CORDOVAN .

Freeman Hall, Silas B. continual comfort may of the men. They all ask for S D. ; I
Attorney-at-Law> extreme cleanliness and photographs of the girls. Some of th ; ENCN&lNAMtlUOCALr. The Florida Central & peninsular Railroad

HALL WRIGHT, vaseline.-New York girls send pictures actresses, as hand u, it,,, {43. .so_ FINtCAlI&KAHGAROt t

some as they can get them, but very often 3.BPPOLICE,350Lt3.WORKINSMEN .

INSURANCE AGENTS Life n..prod."tloo. the girls depend upon their own 43'fi ,' ;' pi"I '*_ Short JJno between 1'lorlellIIul11I Northern Point
I li'usville the naturalists, a scor faces, because many of them are really
65 of its species in a pretty and winning. One factory girl Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington Bal.
Representing the "Old a common fly, 144; a made a practice of sending photography !.9.Z..I.-
iverpool a wins companies.& London &Are Globe a spider, 170. The hy- of a deceased maiden aunt, with snit 231= 8s1P NcOl tlmore, Philadelphia New York Boston ahd the East:

,rit* lines up to $20,000 In any \. 600 eggs and a com curls and fancy headdress, telling.hercorrespondent gA TAl Atlanta Nashville, Louisville Cincinnati
,retard county. The female moth is : she had a kind heart and _MOt:KTCUCMAM.Ov Everett, Macon, Chattanooga, ,
exactly the same number was very respectable. One correspondent .r One Million People? ,...r th* and Chicago

"l I \XE BAY, DADE frog and the tortoise 100 returned the picture, saying be was not W. L. Doug'as $3 & $4 ShoesAll Louis Everett, Chicago, Ulrmlngliam, bloux:City., Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Hock, Kan HUM City, bt.
collection of
Insect making a
J W. EWAN, 1,000. The gall girls who have been married our shoes are equally satisfactory River Junction, I'vniiaroU: Mobile, New Oilonnn, Texan, Mexico, Californiaand
the shrimp 6,000, Iv the had value for the money
U. S. CO They ( *
tlMt IHOrt.l
KffcctUo .
the I'atlflo Coast Apr.
have been found in the a few years receive answers to their They equal custom thoee In atyle end fit.Ther ..
wearing qualltlee are unaurpafMd.The
Notary Public
State at aaoaris. One nat. notes. prlcce are unllorm,_.tamped on eole. 140w'Mwv.ea York. I.Imlt4'd. and New York Fast
Und Selected "I know two young Indiana men Prom $i to f j saved over other mekei. w t't... 'O 4w Malt IAI... Jas k.ourtlle rW: a. .... and 6'Mt'
; finding over 12,000 eggs secured If your dealer cannot supply you we can. bold by >. in.,dally, with Through I'ullinan Hlniiieri. for .
wrespomlence solicited. and another found who came east for brides and Kvorctt: Havanimh I'oluu.hu. W..blnlCt..o.II..I.ltluuire

Bay View Hotel Cocoanut mutilla, an Insect very them. In all other instances the girl GEO. B. RUMPH l 2 k.eternpshit., l-hllaiMiilila| ::: ArrlrrsJackwnvtllel/Ha.Uw, bsw York.i Itontoii: and all

Office Ewan's ant, has been known to went west or south and became happy '' a..cllIlfII..m.:
in day, and wives, so far as I know. Last year two Tltusvllle, Florida. ..a. ('uiJarlment'an Iwtwiwn. Ht. AiiKuntlne and
a r. ta mar.. Newt"rk. Uiulgcars ,.. and from Hanlilng.Onlr .
W. ALLEY.ATTORYEYATLAW 4,000,000 for girls who made vests for a wholesale 4.11.
GEORGE female crab's share in house and had slipped note into the bot

species! More than 86- tome of the watch pockets secured hus 'ems I In. Through the ll.. utlful Hill
of acquaint ,' 1'uuntryof Mliln.-c been counted in a her- bands. Another girl my iiiTPoor hS u, IM'e.its IU l*.v.Jackwnrllle 500 a. run.
Pty West a smelt, 1,000,000 in a auce, who works in a stocking factory Mr. .7r 1,+ ci for Iaa.C'Ity, 1.1!,. Oak. .,...11...... M..tI'ell",
DOte into the toe of a No. 11 TalUliuiMMi Itlircr Junction, l-cnmu-olit. Mobil.*.
In the roach, 8,000,000 slipped a New Orlcani. ,ant the ..MiiitliVMt. Mexico ('allI -
will practice In the 842,000 In the carp, took, and about 18 months later heard .'" n, 'p1 e' f.nda ant the Pa..lao I+ael. Curies: Sleeper.
IIId 1 Mate Courts. 646,000 in a mack- from the buyer, who was an iron ore /r ... Sea Arrives. J""lutooUI.OO: .

In a perch and 1,857,000 miner up in Michigan. They are still "e e I- i'Il avrn ,Taekrnrillsedtam.fnraurksllaw. : .
But of all the fish hither corresponding, I think. Girls who pack : l g., a : th..ro.\tIlYer. Kl'rh.lC.Ifcal.*, 11..11I., Iwlar-
B. L. WILLS write their ;% \ f, Tatarw, | .
DR. be the note paper occasionally y f 'N key : : City;
the ood appears =- v """, JU' a .
prolific.. One reliable names and address with lead pencil on y I Tampa. Arrlv.JM knonvllto. 4:....11. m.
of the sbeeU Sometimes they gut I\ "
from one '
PHYSICIAN &; 8,686,000 eggs Healthmeans S i' Cincinnati and Florida Limited leave Jrk.onvlll .
falls Into the
if the note Vie .
In one season and an- replies, paper M S I I 11 II y ..6:40 I', m. Holld 1,Ye.tlbuletrain. Tim
"Tl-SVlLLE Louis hands of romantic young men, but fre- V r > eh a little orer in hour to (Cincinnati via MMMHI.Atlanta. .
.. 9,4.4oooI-8t.
married men answer these ,. <'baU.,,,..>tta. tamers: for Na.k.Hl..,
fncB:-Hutchlnson quently much than' I,)!, q ? lastkrllla.. t hli'ago and all ixilnt* numb an.rr.o. .
York Bun. so more .
tlt tudiaa notes. -New .../erczltiat wet Arrive Jai.luunTilleloJkia.nl: ,
River hotel. .. Wlggln. M Haeteea, imagine-serious and :

I saw her she was act. -- you 4ln.stYwr:: .. tl h' Holly B|>rlnra| Route. Bt. I...ul., Kanaa Cltr;.
of cordon bleu of Fatal diseases result from' \ \' a--. .lai kaonvilUi ft >
JOUX \SPIYW ALL, and ODDS AND ENDSThere Nau'u'Atlants;;: : rllmilnKnani, ?lullSprioga i ,
singer, and poetess trifling ailments neglected. M.niiibl Hj'rIiiKftold, Kauw' City. Ht Ionic l <'hli-aifo. Mum City. Through FUeeiwt .itk u
hostess, writes Emma B. are 18,000,000 men of military Don't with Nature's' rhaiiK K> Kaniuu(Ity: and Ht UmU,and only, one cli.U((* to Chicago and Hloux I My. Arrive
tEAL Interesting sketch of in the United Statea. play Ja>'k....i..HI.. lose a.n..
ESTATE 4; an ae health.Brown's nun I', M.-l'NKl for TallahaMe I *and Intemiwllale iM>lnta. Arrive
of a Charming Writ The first crop of tea grown in Natal greatest gift- U..1.1 P. M.;.:K r Taropa: and lut rni.dlat |H dnt.s |'luau deepen.: ArrlveJackwavlp..Jea.m.: .
Home Journal The 188L Today Natal tea Hro refe.llst' For Hrud...rM>nvllle, artmnburg| and Anlwvllle. leave jMkwwvllle dally at t:ss p. ..., with
EAt in the year .
Through Hli-fi'er*
t-ALLIE, was a novel one. On the is common. out and of sons., ,we.E- for Marftn, Atlanta. ,two Train Iwlly. I_v.Jacksonville IM: a. m.and .:40..>._ Pullwa
was presented a. a coun kawicd. fn,errors ally **, """;: Atlanta,seing| the Holly Hiring simpers l | can remain lu their bcrtns said SM> a. ar.
F W. CRAVEN, served to the announce Sixteen-pint*of the Juice or sap which have. .. appthnd htllu.aa: Sleeper. on all Night Train: .

5 wltUes it up." makes: India rubber is frequently taken .beghr case atmic work tak., ||r- "Send fur Hwt Indexed Township Map of Florida to

DBXTIST artiste and lawyers and from one tree. lag the. n.q r.ha., N. 8. 1'ENMXOTOX, A. O. MAcDOXELL; ,
estimated that more gold and silver .ble. "r"ltb..I.1
TUIJ.VJLLJ critic at her board It is Iron .
:. a which U j Traffic Manager. General Passenger Ag't
rank in the 1M than are .
and served diabea to the have been Brow*'a iron bit.lr
At Present at Mrs. Decker's talented ones I remem now In circulation oa the earth. lie*.ears-lesfl A few bo. .
'OBI*. renison. which she Soft, white bread, soups and other : COB** horn tk' =- -

-- Juices In a way mat cooked victuals are believed by sciontiflo : Bitters r Cm dw.-f

John she had not been a mu dentists to be the cause of the prevail. tMM, ad fT* '

B, Stetson and a poetesa, and tug decay of teeth. pUtual. to take. ,

a writer and a reader By brushing shoe with a soft brush,
I>eLand Florida.o made her living, and a rubbing a llttltt glycerin well into the It Cures :

cook. Befor we left the leather and poli.hingwitb a very clean KMnejr and User
M<,*.""II"Hh!, Art Rex.Hcbool.. and, ... presented. Mr.. with Laurence envelopes But- soft brush no blacking will be required.In Neuralgia, Trouble. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

ta,,.* Institution. of Brit rank the Japanese language it U veryeasy Corutlpatlon Bad Wood
ttees elegaal :
,?,e 'I:'.',=ID lI f.ed by = .curio.rather tbaa ""It, to get a few not useful difficult phrases Really aa the to Malaria. Nervous allmcaU' Patented In the United Mates, Great Britain and Canada.
m piaet bear b.la'biinarff. pronunciation U.Cet .
... trw.arW Wetness com plain
i"It,)f"I', ,:Ira:::.!:t.n. oun wee; ia --- know it however Is almost AmericaOallgaecoynee impossibUfor Ml*l. geniln*-h has croeaeii ted mUse by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.
t'Th Readla5 room. Wine of Cardul an En lishman or 1 Uaee.ulb.wrappan. AU ml..arasbstit.te. -
.." "f ADd dally and ..., .. Unieciiutof two.. lIt. tpe..* ..
k.,nt'My; ? .'IUIPIS4 chemical BLACK-ORAUGHT an I 1 ..iU..d..< 01 TV. tkteiitu-ul Wend*
tit, ,/h:.1:'*,. with arttit*building of far following merchants it I commonly corrupted Fair View. and book-tr... TJTU6VILI.K FLORIDA
combination CHEMICAL' CO. '
were a BROWN
to .
? <&' Hooond B '
.,.-A ."end for :.naat'ft: :, S. Cbaffe &: Co. breeches and bos*. I

JOHX F.rORBES B. Screven.




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: I INDIAN fclVkft ADVOCATE, JUNE 21, 1895.. -i

-+ IHDIAH RIYER IDY CITE. ..- posed bonds has been Increasing of bonds. It will not be necessaryfor T, business It seems that and bad If the very bill little had to been attend pushedIt to. JAalxs PB.TCHAB1, PVdbf Bnown,CaeBerRETT' Plce Presidet I

right along we naturally got the any one to remain Ignorant on would have passed earlier. We think II

idea that the rlght.of-way will, that point, and they will not haveto Mr. Sanders acted wlitely In the matter, INDIAN RIVER STATE BA I
A WMKtVJOCBXAtDKVOTtDTO TOP .. DI.IL have to be paid for. Give us the vote blindly. The cost of the but there must be a little presumption
Riraa AID "
figures ; don't lead us blindfoldedto road has been estimated at any or mistake somewhere. i
LARK WOITH SECTIOHS.Btltor "strange" to Bro. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.
wish. where
vote as you from 1125,000 to $175,000.The While It may seem )

Ann. We did not start the road wisest course, it seems to us, Wager, the explanation Is easy enough. Authorized capital, $\

: .................... WALTRB 8. OSAKA. boom ; that honor belongs to would be to fix the amount at The lIon. W. R. Sanders, during the Paid up capital $25'i00 00,000
Auoolate-Edltot& Manager, C'HAI.II.WALTOS Brother Wager. But we stated $175,000 or $200,000. The com early spring of the present year accom L-r: {

some months ago that unless a mldsioners need not sell the entire periled the writer on a trip as viewer In y= Average deposits, $300,0

free right-of-way could be secured, issue, but only enough to pay the condemnation canes various neighborhoods

Office: Washington Avenue, THusvllle we, were' ready to drop the road cost of the road. No one can tell between Grant and Eden. During -- Transacts a General Baili

Indian River, Florida. project. We qualified our remarks In advance the exact cost of constructing that trip he had an opportunity of com ; 1

at the time by saying, that in certain even a residence. The ing In contack with many property owners Business,

PUBLISHED KVKIIT: FRIDAY cases where actual damagewas ; county commissioners cannot ascertain and naturally the road questioncame I

done, reasonable compensation in advance the exact cost up for discussion. Mr. Sanders largest and Oldest 1! t Bank CD tit Kin

ought to be allowed-where the of the road-It will he waste of told the writer on that trip that he
Check,etc.,may \"t made payaMe to "(IrahamB
Walton," publishers and proprletors.Snlxrrlptlon. property owner would have to move time for them to attempt to do so, would Introduce the bill and vote for It, 1 DIRECTORSC1ORRF

his fence, or where the opening of but they should endeavor to get at because he thought a majority of the or JAe.PatmxaenlY.N.llaann the X''' 'nalll"nk or Ja'k"'hl.-I'm" .r

the road actually injured his improvements I the approximate cost. We do not people were In favor of the road, and M 11111"11:11: : (''lee-I're.it'ent' San nl!:1\ tr I,;
Twelve* month" .flMBf 1.00 .* We take the same think the amount of the issue of with this assurance we thought it unnecessary ,,,, t :Rxkwn: Ills). W 8. GUHU tun T A't :

Threl" M position to.day; but if any of the bonds proposed will materiallyaffect to agitate the question furtherIn + "PONr)F1TSeaboard >

Single copy, .3 owners of wild land who will be the vote on the question.The the ADVOCATE columns until the bill tt ? _;, National. Hank National of Jack Hank. riU n ',?. ,',

Strictly advance. benefited instead of injured by the man who is willing to bond was passed. It Is true )lr. Sanders wroteto "' .r.rUS"rIy..Y E. rLat.THE .

The ahove rate.lnrlndethepnymvnt of poet road, force the county to condemn for :$125,000; will not stand on a i the editor of the Star late In the session .

air* l>during y in. the Hiilnwrlptloiii year.Dlernntlnnanre can commence anytime right-of-way; we say that we are $175,000 issue ; the latter figure to ret an expression: of public sentiment -1 I

willing to drop the road project, should be the maximum limit. In lie also communicated with the

of .,Iv..*. must lie made perftnnally unless there I is some other solutionto our humble opinion, if the matteris ADVOCATE to that effect, the message
at thin or liy writing EDWARD
the difficulty.Our managed in a businesslike way, being delivered by his son, Mr. J. T. CAM

MEMBF.HS OF correspondent then snys : the cost will be in the neighbor Sanders, when returning from Tallahassee. ,
Made for Soil Having 3 inch Tread
THE FLORIDA I'RESS ASSOCIATION, "If it was a case of the blind lead hood of $140,000. The cost will We do not think the position of Sandy ,

AfrlLIATM: WITH TUB ing the blind, it might do, but every depend a good deal on the route Mr. Sanders strange because, being per.1I0nally

National Editorial Aimriation. one knows the big three-Graham selected, character of bridges, etc., opposed to the road-or a least

fe Walton and Robbins ft ptc. We have endeavored to an- not enthusiastic In its favor-he was

Graham-are very sharp sighted swer the questions of our correspondent anxious to find out If public sentiment

t..Address.., all commanlcatlnni to the Iroprle> where their own, or the interests to the point, and we trust had changed, so that he might have

of their clients are concerned, they our effort will be appreciated.Mr. some ground for refusing to Introduceor

GRAHAM &: WALTON, work together, and own or are interested Carter adds a postscript to vote for the bill. He was well aware"

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, in real estate in every sec his letter, which does not refer to that the Board of County Commissioners

tion have boomed from Biscayne the road question, but we insert it,
TITURVILLB:, FLORIDA. they by their minutes-bad placed on rec-

... Bay to Canaveral." however for what it is worth : the fact that four districts out of five
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Ant. We do not see where the "P. Si:-Mr. Parrott talks fair were in favor of the road.

VEGETABLE GROWING THIS last paragraph is relevant'or material for a parrott but how about discriminating With this explanation we do not think

FALL.A to the road question. If we against Rockledge in that Bro. Wager or his readers will think FOR SALE BY -

are entitled to the credit of boom favor of I'alm Beach last winter ? the position of Mr. Sanders strange, or .A.B.D STJLDSTG::

such of Let us pray for the Clyde line." that there was too much "presumption"on ,
ing a large area territoryas
letter from A. B. Carter, of
Hardware and Paint Dealer.
from Canaveral to Biscayne the part of the ADVOCATEE. The Lumber
Georgiana on the road question,
in this issue, with our Bay, we feel quite flattered, and we THE ROAD QUESTIONSECURING At all events the bill was passed, but COCOA, Indian: : : :E1.:1: 'Vor, FLORJDA:

appears realize that we have boomed the we do not consider its passage, however,
comment thereon. He seems to' RIGHTOFWAY.The .
whole if what I for the advocates of the
county, our correspondent any victory
think it would not be a good timeto
says is true, and surely no bond scheme; it simply puts the peoplein
build the road fall when
next one who has the welfare of Brevard question of right-of-way for a position where they can exercise ASPHALT I ROOF PAINTS
will be
people "busy planting.
county at heart can object to its the proposed county road, now that their best judgment. The battle will

Perhaps not, but we believe manyof being boomed by your most hum. the discussion is getting down to a not be won until the election Is held,

our merchants will think other. ble servants. The ADVOCATE firm definite basis, looms up in an im and even then we may have among us Ground in Pure : Agents Wanted.and .
wise. They would be glad to .
very and that of Robbins & Graham are portant manner. Our readers will Mr Colvlns, who will get out injunc Red BroWU aild
see some of their customers at entirely separate, each must standon remember that we have insisted tions. J i Write for Samples,
work, earning cash to a
pay up
its own merits. Quite frequently that the county commissionerscould The ADVOCATE Is anxious to see the ] : Prices,
part of their accounts. Lots of Grade Black{
the interests of both well not begin too early to
as as road built and bonds Issued, but it wouldbe
men on Indian River owe their Catalogue, Etc.
this We believe it is Asphaltum.
of the people, are identical. It is question. folly for those in favor of the bonding
merchants from one hundred to
which should be handled in
to this one an deceive themselves with the
enlarge scheme
two hundred dollars, and the unnecessary on to PAINTINGTIN : : : :
elastic FOE :
manner. are only a
point, and it would be indelicateon Idea that they will have a walk over.
merchant is in a tight place. lie
in the
can't afford to carry such people our part. where neighborhoods there: will be trouble county There will be substantial opposition. IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Rail.
through next fall while they are Mr. Carter then says : "Is it any and It Is always well "never to underestimate ,
about We think
planting a crop, which is, to say the intention, as you once proposed right-of-way.will be smooth from the everything the strength of our opponents." road Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
divide the bond
the least, not certain to bring any to money Of one thing we feel certain that if an ,
line the north to
among the road districts in pro county on City Issue of one hundred and fifty thousand
returns. We do not want to be Point from Point to South Iron Work of Kind.
their ? ; City every
portion to taxes
understood that we Insinuate this dollars worth of bonds Is made, and the
there be diffi
Ant. We do recollect Rockledge may some
shoe will fit Mr. Carter but thereare not ever money spent In constructing a road, the Ready
; culty. From South Rockledge to Building Papers Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt
having urged a proposition.Our merchant
average on Indian River will
lots of who will
people has the south end of the county we do Roofing, and all kinds of
have to seed correspondent got an ar- as a consequence, be able to do at least
buy or
money sup ticle which appeared in the Star not anticipate any trouble.Mr. one thousand dollars worth more business Roofing Supplies L/'
themselves while
port they spend FROM
Iloke informs us that the
mixed in his mind. files
up Our that he will not do otherwise,during the
all their time next fall
planting ,
show that we said it would be follyto right of-way has been satisfactorily next six months. The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,
and such people will be glad to get
from the south end
work on the road anti let Mr. divide the money in that way. adjusted Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils\ etc.,
of the far north Eden.
the heaviest county as as
Uockledge tax
Carter and others fortunate and pay- :3200 to 3300 Wllllall1 A'e. Va.
as ing district, would get the lion's We think the county commissioners How They Trent Us In Old burg Richmond,

prosperous as he, do the "planting"and share; its territory is small, and it should! have the county surveyor England.A .
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rely on vegetable\ returns to locate the road the .
has a good road for a considerable using present -

square up their,accounts next win portion of the route through its I county road wherever practicable, telegram from Southampton, Eng'j
ter. The man who can afford to Merchant'sMetal
which is established the
territory. The amount going to already land, says the new American
buy seed and spend his time plant
the fifth district would be small as entire length of the county. In l.oulillalled for New York on her first
ing next full, is not in need of employment "
its location is "Spanish"H
compared with the Rockledge district some neighborhoods westward trip at noon Sunday. Hundreds -
at road building. The
while the fifth district extends undesirable, but if the people in of people crowded the docks and
project )is intended to furnish employment
from the Sebastian River to such localities cannot agree on a pier ends and invaded every other point TILES. 4-
less fortunate
to peopleto
the St. Lucie River, over forty more desirable route we believeit of vantage, eager to see the monster ship dlrtUHtSizes
those who have not toe We have three
money I miles. If Mr. Iloke, county com- would be well in such cases to as she swung into the harbor and took { for Straight Surface.
buy seed to their taxes or the
pay missioner from the fifth district, put the shell on the present road. her departure for the American metrop- via TdO, 10,14, a 14 WAs

which delinquent interest on a mortgage only got the proportion due his If the people find that the county oils The ship was covered with American .i well! an a Spwlal Cuniu Crab)
their home. for
hangs over tinted TILE
district according to the taxes commissioners are firm in their Intention flags, and the English shipping at + Surface
Such will be to
people get
paid, he could not carry the road to do this, we believe pop the docks and anchored oil shore vied
work on the road next fall, rather
halfway from Sebastian to Fort ular sentiment in such localitieswill wIth the buildings along the waterfrontin The most Ornamental
than go deeper in debt by plant. Pierce. The money should be be sufficiently strong to over. displaying the colors of the "Land of :::3: : ,-t"' Roof made, and thoroughly
and for
ing raising vegetables
taken as a whole and apportionedso come the prejudices of obstruction the Free." As the big steamer swung 'ilia'' storm-proof.

transportation! companies and commission much per mile for the whole ists. If we wait until everybody clear of her wharf there was a tremend The "STAR" Ventilator
to absorb. Too
many county. agrees to an exact location, we will one screeching of steam whistles and the co.rom"ALASKA"
people in all parts of the state "Do you not think the people never get down to road building; air was rent, Ith British cheers. G.l .nl.d Iron, our highplatea

whose orange groves are blighted, will be planting their farms, and as Daniel Webster said : "No road I Copper or Bra.. g'"I to 'MERCHANT'SROOFIKG.
will that this Absolutely the but
plant vegetables so ;: Ornat..
nima. by tbe
be unable to work the roadif can run by every man's except "
branch, of agriculture, which is always ). so built in the fall P" on the road to ruin." Sloop For Sale I loof-mantel Durable, Stormp ,,, Oil .
precarious, will be overdone, ..11.. We do not believe the peo Let the people of each districtdo For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl5ft; Prevents down draughts (Incorporated
and the market be
glutted worse pie will be occupied planting all as they have done in the Jensen tonnage, 13 27-100; In first-class condi ,

than ever next season. This is a through; the coming fall. If theycan neighborhood -get together and tion. New sails trade: head-room In cabin. MERCHANT & CO, 517 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
gloomy prediction, but we fear it Best party or boat of her size on
is near the truth. afford! to spend all their time agree upon a route, and report to the river. Price, $400.00. Apply to

pretty planting, then it will not be necessary the county commissioners that theyare E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. -------- .- -
for them to seek employmenton ready for the road. We do not Peter Nelson, Tltusville, Fla., where she Established 1883. -

A' VOICE FROM GEORGIANAON the road, and it will leave that anticipate nearly as much trouble may be seen. *tf JAS Y BOFILL &: CO,

THE ROAD QUESTION. much more work for those who about right-of-way as some people L. BARBOT & CO. Fruit and Produce

have not money to buy seed or to would try to make us believe there Indian River Lands for Sale ,

The following letter has been received support themselves during the entire will be. General Commission. Commission Merchants

with, this note attached ; fall by planting and cultivating 80 acres on the Banana river, near ,
their land. If it will Canaveral P. O.; 40 acres near NarrowsP. P. O. Boa 1030.REFERENCES.llaueieenS--
"Not for publication, unless you own be Tim ItOAI QUESTION.Position 0.; 40 acres at Sebastian, on the ridge p, u q N ayi v rn wa M l *'.
wteJiit ; but be sure and answer better to build the road in the and near the railway, part cleared; 40 o c ,g:38 W Mo. $,nlthCordesA Co. Chicago.'en. Lang.. :

the questions in the next Ai>vo- spring, well and good ; the moneywill of Hon. "XV. It. Sanders.In acres on the ridge at Woodley, the railway EI''" a ou. ou cda Ql| .i !tank of Lou/edam i.U""eD."k:' l( 0. Coiwroavr:;;
passing through it 5 acres at Sebastian > :; Ranking Au'; John W
be needed bad ; I
probably just as ; : MO E'
City; J. C. Smith d: CAt.. St. I1mi.
Issue of June said that
CATT.r then as during next fall times our 7th, we river front hammock land, near Peterson<< Ft.(lames. Oa. It. M.ulasier, Main-
will, take the letter up by ; are we had assurance from both our senator Sebastian railroad and depot, splendid tee.F'la., Fruit and ViWuc Trade General!
not likely to be much better in this site. Coinuiental Agencies.
paragraphs, and answer it briefly. and representative that they would building NEW
section at any time next year, except Rosily: BENSOX, ORLEANS.LA. Sew Jfoa. 3TO-331 PoydrM Street.
GEORGIAN June 16't 03.JKditur ) Introduce and push the bill authorizing LatjrLlberal .
on the lower river, when pine IStf Sebastian, Fla. ('....al Rank.Metropolitan. Now Orleans
bond for building a county road. The REFERENCE I Bank. Advance made on con Ignmest.
.AdfOfalf apple returns tome in. The county Commerci Aceae'-
Star, la Us Issue of the 14th, says:

"Before sending you that postal have commissioners the work don can be at the trusted to "It seems little strange that Mr. Sanders New i Smyrna Produce Co
Livery Exposition
card, vre would like to know how time. assured the editor of the Aovut ATK G, G, McCLINTOCK ,
much the rlght-of-way will cost." that he 'would Introduce and push the rT-

..JWe are unable to say. If 1'lease answer these questions, bill authorizing bonds,' and that Mr.Sanders : Receiver of GEHERAL COMMISSIOH MERC HAITs'-
there is who tell name the exact amount for whichIt wrote letter to the editor of' -4.# Stable #4-
any one can Ju.twhat is proposed to bond, and oblige the Star aim out at the end of the sessionof Fruits Wholesale Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry,
would t
/Jght-of-way cost, Yours truly, A. B. CAKTEK." the legislature asking. for expression C. I*. DOHN, Pl'opl'ietor.Hacks and Vegetables Eggs, Fish, ete.
we would be glad to hear from of the will of the people. Mr. Sanders'letter Rooms :

them. It will depend entirely on .1n.. It Is not for the ADVOCATEto which we still have, shows that 415 North Front St., OftI"riB lit.Cor. Edgewood A"

the route selected, on the amountof fix: the amount of tbe bonds. he would rather be Inclined but that against he the Meet All Trains.Passengers Philadelphia Atlanta. Georgia.
measure personally, expected Pa. Consignment Solicited. CoulpH
opposition, < dally quotations.Special
You started the road boom with commissioners do that and the advertisement enta. Then again, the bill was not Introduced all and baggage transferred to Shipments sold on arrival. Check I attention to every eoe.lp-
parts of the city, and Coronado
the condition ot fret right-of'way of the election whichis In the house until after tbe middle Beach. Call on me before perfecting and accounts of sales sent out each day. ment, large or small.
nothing about to be for of May, and passed the house Just Send for market report. References Carload lots of Florida vegetable sad
or no road you '*jr published thirty days, arrangements.NEW I
two or three days before adjournment, upon application fruit
from oommtaaioB.
it DOW, At the iJDOUDt of the pro must give the amount of the issue when the house bad caught op with Its SMYRNA, FLORIDA. Ilea Motion this all over the sUt Writ handled for BUMlla on.Tap Special Me.M" .
paper In writing. Uauk references 'IIB"'bed.t' .


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RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNE 21, 1895. rrci

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Awarded point In the landscape here-a part of It.

The scene would be Incomplete without! To OrangeGrowers.The

It; ;yet, we see It and enjoy It. Taking( COCOA ICE WORKS

{ci It as further a matter"how of course, without thinkIng largest{ crop and best {grade of fruit can only be obtained ,

prone one In to do
J IitiEffCREAM this" The thought for'cei itself upon -}. using fertilizers containing Ooooci, P10rJ. l.a.

00 hou ns today e. Through during our the visit qimter-of-an-hou: to the light- Not Less than 12/0 Actual Potash. NOW OPIi7It11'rION.: : .

00 of crisp, dancing, sailing, the effect*of ,**, CJ. (J tii ] I.IXGI :ll.

30 the tower grew upon us, until we stood This i is equally true of pine-apples and other tropical fruitv Manufacturer -*-
near Its base In wonderment, at Its proportions

and beautiful lines. Think 01 Our books on TgUih are sent free. They will cost you nothing ta reid, and will 19fou ICE & DISTILLED "r. VfEiLL

Obie( fifteen miles oll pointing In Its exterior dollars. CER.M.JoU WORKS M Names Street New \'orI -.

BAKlNfipoQln brick-work Roughly estimated there -- '- -- -- ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.

Is all of that. An Imposing Tuesday last for a short sojourn at
The hits
:Meeting of
Surgeon! Ice '
I :.Refrigerators, ('hedA,1'recrcrs and Water ( oolem.'
entrance of solid granite, then the Hamilton, Ontario, after which they

i trying dizziness of the winding, hollow. will visit Chicago. They expect to be KMJune 17, lj$O.Eli'"r .\. Lake Worth Ice Works

sounding ascent; up, up, with now and away until Sl'ptembl'r.IIIlIlIello .I""rllt, ,

MOST PERFECT MADE. again a glimpse broadening, wideningview ) ( Lansing/ started on Saturday :

rure Crap Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret seen through the little window hint for .Astor on the St. Johns In your report of the meeting of the PALM( WKACir FLAG
Ammonia. Alum or any other adulterant In the thick surgeons of the East Coast line, held In ,
4 4i wall
> om ; up, up to the very river, where she will make a two
YEARS THE STANDARD. i Tltnsiillo List Wednesday, you credit
& place of the
light Itself.
iI Now our months' visit to her brother. She re-
I Dr H. I). Brown with luting read apaper
wonder grew apace; who had appreciated mained over Sunday: at Titustllle, the the CZECHS. :sLU &: CO. ,
on treatment of ntahil.il
it; the Ingenious thought the time, guest of Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Sweet, : Itt\Ltlt": IN
Coronado Beach. the labor, the money, and the constant leaving on Monday's train. fevers. This was an error, the paper --

care. We not describe the having U<" n prepared and read by Dr PJ.n.o: Winos: an.d L1.Q.'l.1.01-S,
may great Mr. J. D. Summers, of Liullow, Ky., Geo. W. Holmes. This connection Is

I apt, J. P Lovett and J. W Welch cage of polished brass, with the scores who has held the position of watchmanat l.erhal'lIlmmaletlal to the doctor; however 3111.31111" 311 W. Slay R'..
scores of
Mustered a( the hotel this week. of upon the lens, the rows marvelous glittering prism the warehouses of the J., St. .\. ett I. "honor to whom honor Is due" JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
J. L. of Oilnn of II. Ry. dining the past winter, left for Vfiy
i >untv judge, Bryan, the burnished silver of the reflector, respectfully, l and HourIMIII Nlil.klM from 'I.;:\ t
,i will upend the summer with his which throws the north on Tuesday's tram. His W. I,. Hi'(.iii.I.TT: Sec'yThe toI,1e:|HT gallon,
the beams of light out to health has greatly Improved during his linui.lien from M.ta: to *17)par enders: --
.iroi\! at the horizon, twenty miles the sir- Ire make | >< laity of North Cam
away; residence In }'lol'l' flit livery stable, In connection "Ithhi massive lamp In its spotless beauty of fill his position during his absence. ) old, 'a.ao i I..r KalloniV'tn .

Motel will\ send carriages to meet shining metal, and with Its complexityof !'- "al" ; ,:3 gal,3 eta, a g.l| pURmWHISKEV
advised beforehand. [Job work cheaply, neatly and expodltlously prnspet for the organization 1It".t..
icsU if wicks. We are scientific enough to executed at the Al \'otATh olhre, hen*-fl i"l. fI : 1(1 gal, ,t.II.: slbbLIArtla ,
a brass humid: 1 here ....'
<< seem good at \fl.
<>.ID t fail to remember the Fourth of describe It all properly, but we were Impressed Titusville. Circulars, hand bills, note very
I A lltlng In Dry Townn will iln
uU celebration at Coronado. Fire- and Interested and now the heads, letter heads, envelopes, state present. inciting was livid in the well|| tonrilur from n. a* ws: ran rav* i
will hate ments, tags, etc., etc.] parlor of tho Indian Sliver: hotel on them 50 |wr wilt on all\ onlctrntff .
ork Illumination, and a dance, are light for us deeper, fulle
i Wednesday night, at which the matterwas Always Bend IIIIIIIPV with iinlpni.owlll -
raong! the features meaning. Holding to the outside rail- \\' not OH>II new arrnnnU nnlmaiittaliHi
I thoroughly discussed<< by those Intel- Jukmiiiillln rrfvroiu.eto clri'iiNoUiNHUmmuC ,
die turtles' appear to have regular Ing afterwards, we looked out at the St. Lucie River.We ested. Dr K. W. Craven (late, of San- : U I) tollrjr Tow*,, ,

,junta for nesting this year. Again aitch bewildering panorama of earth and sea t
foul), who will be tho Instructor and tt
,. of eggs have been laid both north sky; and then ]looking down, we saw, are having some very refreshing lender of the Is t
band said l to be
nd south of the hotel, on the beach, laid out below us, as It were' a typographical showers just now, which were badly << very e
vflklent .
needed In this section. having successfully oiganirvd
the landscape Immediately HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
nl short distance map -
) a away. the Sanford and other bands, and, underhis
surrounding<< us. The several Ills very likely that a Urge crowd
(If suitable schedules can be had on the houses of the light-keeper and attend- 'W'lUgoII' to the pic-nic at Eden, on the guidance, the people of Titusvlllc

T. A: K. W. and South Florida roads, ants the Fourth of July, and take In some of the can rest assured that they will IMS treated MANUFACTURED BY
pretty pattern of the walks and -
lie A A: W. will arrange their trains to sports. to some good music Inside the next /
, paths, the touches of colors In the dower
'ermit of excursions being made from Mrs. Chas. II. Howland presented to few mouths.

Orlando and adjacent towns to New beds, the enclosing fences, and every- the Wavelind !Sunday school a very nice The following, with the exception of Chapman cQc Sudlow
thing in splendid order and repair-al organ stool, before she left, which was ,
:mjrna for Coronado, from Saturday to this by the government We thought much appreciated by all. one or two, have signified their Intention -

[Monday! during the summer months. i of becoming mcmlivrs: Will Knox, South Jacksonville Florida.
a wonderous machine is the government Some of the finest pineapples' that has ,
piccolo F. .\. E-llat clarionet
; Morgan,
i John Melr, who is probably the most and how proud and patriotic been shipped from this river this year, ;
from Mr. Eaton's E. L. Brady<< 15-llat clarionet; Dr. F. W.
iperieoced! fisherman on the coast will we feel when we realize that we belongto came For and
which Mr. O. K. Wood has in charge.Mr. I Craven, solo IKI.it comet; It. F.Hall, Oranges Vegetables Pineapples.
be In attendance at the hotel during the It-are a part of it. : ,
Head, traveling freight agent of solo B-ilat comet' ; Roswell Coleman, lilt
to furnish bait and show
summer [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any the East Coast: line, was In this section comet; J. Pomar, 2nd cornet; C. F. Will-
where fish. Make -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
strangers to a note last week with a view to putting on a
job printing you need.] lams, 3rd cornet; I* E:. Munn 1st alto;
,of(fit and come and do what others are steamer, to run between Stuarts and C. A. Caswell, 2nd alto; S. 0'Urlcn, :dud Dealers In all kind of Raw Mttvil.il: much Bh Snip Potash, Knlnlr, CottonSeed
lying-, catch a few sea-bass of from 3 to Jensen; also looking over the plneappliplantations Meal, Nitrate of So.Iet, ('., etc
to see how they looked, and alto; P. G. Walton, 1st tenor; D. II.
Atlantic. Hone and .
::oj pounds weight. Six were caught ground steamed In the factory In three different grllllI.r
yes.terday he was surprised to find them in such a Pritchard, 2nd tenor; Wm. M. Brown *
Send for and Price
all fish
flourishing condition.Dr. 3rd tenor; W. T. Avera, baritone; H. Wlihodcs .
Mr. Thurston Is final
On Friday, the 14th, there arrived at busy putting and Mrs. Howland and little son, IMlat bass; T. Dt'ckerlIlt:

the Coronado hotel, a couple of Atlanta's touches to pictures before sending them also the doctor's mother, left here last bass: O. H. Fulke, tenor drum; W. H.
north. week for their home In New Haven,
fair school teachers-Miss Annie Koddey where they will probably remain for two Knox, bass drum. MUCK( t LANDS

and Miss Kate Sprenger. Both are as- Postmaster John Carson and wife are years, before returning to Floilda.' We This makes a total of nineteen playersa

Mitant principals in public schools In in Ohio for the summer. Their new were all very sorry' to see them leave, large band for the size of our to\\II- ,

the 'Gate City" of the south, and are house Is nearly finished. and hope to see them back before the and it Is to bo hoped that for the goodof _
worthy of the positions. In addition to Dr. Webb's pineapple plants show years are up. all connected they will stand togetherand

their educational qualifications, they are tt'lelyand will bear fruit next season On Saturday there was railroad quite a lot of be a credit to Titusvillo. A baud U In two mid a half acre tracts, '
sport. fishing off the bridge.
welcome for their social traits. Theywill Chas. Smith has a fine field also, and There were several of our popular young a nice organization to have In a town,

make a ]lengthy stay at the hotel. one could now with diffiouly find any evi- men, some of them fishing for Jew fish and many enjoyable hones can be spent Fronting on Canal.

dences of last winter's freezes In lookingover and others for smaller fish. Among listening to Its sweet harmony. We Pic-Dies to the "Rock house," or to other fish caught, a fine Jew fish was
the fields In this vicinity.Of hope our people' and others on Indian
the lighthouse, are made quite frequently hooked. It was so large that it straight- Apply to .
now, and Captain Demaree and the remarkable fertility of the soil ened out the hook. The fish was seen River will have the pleasure of hearing .

Mr Jones In the savannas along the Banana river very plainly, and they claim It would< have
been and
very about hundred
there can be no doubt. Our mail car- have weighed eight West Palm Beach Fla.
painstaking In their efforts to make these pounds. The party will go out againIn try BlACII.OIIIUGHT (.for Dytftepda. ,

'utmgs' pleasant. Both the above- rier, Chas. Creech, shipped, last season, a few days, as soon as they get a -- -- -----
named two hundred crates of beans from one larger hook to catch one of the monsters.
gentlemen are excellent rowers, A Northern' Cientleinun on the
and with Professor Sharp In charge of a acre of land at Atlantic. There are S. H. HAPPERSETT

third boat, there was another success thousands of acres of such land betweenthe Fort Pierce. toad (, utcstioa. ,

mouth of the Banana and Canaveral.
on Tuesday Pic-nics rule
as a ,
A gentleman In Ohio, who has valuable
Ire not what they are cracked up to be, Residents by the sea at Atlantic enjoy ((Successor to nay A: Day.)
The mosquitoes are holding high! carnivals interests on Indian River, and who
but somehow they hit things right, here. Immunity from mosquitoes through the generously assisted by sand-Hies.(| spends winter In this suction writes
It must be because the crowd are congenial entire day One can Bit upon the veranda every Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints
What has become of the whist parties the ADVCM'4TE as follows: "1 am glad
and take large draughts of sea air everything's as quiet as mice. ,
your legislature has passed the act authorizing -
and ozone undisturbed, while the fine No rumors of "booby's" lately.
Just preceding and for several days to 1..10.1 for a road, and
after the last full moon, the tides were bathing and beautiful beaches will, at Parson Gove arrived here on Tuesday lio|>e people will ratify it at the polls. Oils Barb Wire, Poultry Netting, C--

unusually no distant day, attract visitors. BanyanIs evening's train, and will preach at the With tho almost total supetmlon of all ,
high with
brisk breezes alternating
nearly opposite Atlantic, and Is, prob- Baptist church on :Sunday morning.The traffic on Indian River, I think the 1'01118 III
from northeast to east and the for schooners laden with Imperatively demanded. Now if the III
ably, future transportation point pineapple
outheat This morning the sea islmer Clyde people would buy the J., T. A K. Hardware
been dock [
,' this section of the peninsula. golden fruit, have lying at the
W. road and Indian Hi Steamboatline
and everything Is fresh and fair. here discharging their cargoes there by ver m mICE

the absence in its columns ol
machine to note boys.
crisped the breeae In-
by light which were so attractive to northern
rippling life, comes up on the beach sensational statements in regard to East Dr. Denton, White City's eminent people would be renewed." CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, GASOLINE

leasurely, and with less momentum than Coast prospects, and this fact gives physician, has successfully treated a

usual; and, value to any editorial opinion that may malignant case of lung fever, in this town ae-.IN& OF CARDUI, a Tonic tot Wi..wo. STOVES and REFRIGERATORS -
walking the beach I
up see lately, and the lady, who Is Mrs. James *; ? ;:,
favored section of!
oil' this
Just a trace of the old wreck which, appear relating to Hell, Is out of danger and on the speedy

'\ few months ago, lay only partly buried the country. Its expressed opinion, road to recovery. You have placed a tall The Largest and Most Com- TITTTSVII.1I.: : FLOeJD: : ..A..

In the sand; thus it Is that old therefore, of the Banana river country Is feather to your credit, Dr. Denton.Mr. :

tate. Doubtless a few years other here and will be sure to attract the and worthy young gentleman, returned GEO S. HACKER & SON STEVENS BROS & CO

owe of dunes will be formed outside of attention of a large class of peoplebothnorth !Saturday evening from St. Au- ,
gustine where be has been for the past
those south who desire to make
now lining the beach, by the action and six weeks at the residence of Dr. Worley, i
)1 the winds and waves. investments and to become East Coast undergoing treatment from Injuries sustained

Byron residents. at West Palm Beach In the service -=- --- --.-,iS'J'ErI NS POTTERY, GA.
writes thus of the sea : of the J., St. A. A: I. 1C. railway. He
'Pull on thou deep and dark blue ocean, [Remember the ADVOCATE, Tltus win Immediately resume his duties a>
roll. ville\ does all kinds of job printing. Give fireman at Palm Beach. MANUFACTURERS OF -

Len thousand fleets thee us a share of your work.]

gas ID vain, sweep over They Prefer Florida To Mexico Well Curbing and Fine Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Wire, all I

"ontrol muks the earth with ruin-his Eau Gallie.Mr. and .California. Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and

>lpiai tq with the *shore upon the watery Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..

!Dye S. K. Watts left, Monday, for an The following extract, taken from a ra.-rW
remain wrecks are all thy deed, nor doth extended vacation to various point recent letter to the ADVOCATK from one o-r Sue :your money 'by buying close at Home, and from clever men

*.!shadow of Dlan'l ravage, lave his north. of Its Brooklyn (X. Y.) subscribers, will,

tries wa fur Mr. II. B. Carter, of Clarendon, Ark., no doubt prove interesting. It says; Manufacturer. of TITUHVILM WIATHIU
a moment like a drop of rain, week "We spent seventy-five days, from
Hotel Granada last ,
sinks into was a guest at TOUT.
thy with' ub- 1m-I
depths > 30th to 13th In tour Doors Sash Blinds
January April a
a'bung groan, leaving for Atlanta Ga., on Tuesday'srain. The following Is a comparative!
shout a grave, unknell'd, uncofflned through Mexico and California, south of ment of temperature and rainfall RUPTURECan :

and unknown." Hotel du Nil, Sarno, has closed until San Francisco. We prefer Florida as a Moulding and Building ,aterlal. week ending Wednesday, June II\*, 'KG:

41 unset time winter resort to both those countries. &. liJOO.14TI .
last stood -
evening we the first
II 'the furl with next season, the guests leaving They have the advantage of picturesque Office and Warerooms, King, Ol'J'UIIUeCannon bo Cured
rod and reel; off to the of the week. Mr. Verbeke Is very : MAX. MIX. MAX. MIL
sot mid the pact> mountains capped with snow and of Street,
glowing warmth of the I in health. 13 M 71 Vet 70
much Improved
Ik) dashed! the lighthouse light Later, more clay In the soil, but a mean temperature n m oi w 7t With u much ease and rUluty ss a
heD *. Mrs. John Mellor departed hut Tuesday of about sixty degrees la iebruary Charleston S. C. 13 W m W 71
went down the beach to see broken limb \If the right means are employed -
she will Mr. 14 Wi tilt M 78
where join
-here a for Chicago, and March Is not what most people de- and
turtle had crawled up to make I 17 M 17 tX) 71 If you are afflicted, a permanent -
Get *itf there wu the light again, star- Mellor and spend the summer, returningto Ire In a winter resort. Th. summer In Cord and 18 M 70 M 7J radical cure Is any object, write
Ill L like a mat eye, out upon the dart- Eau Gallie In September.The Florida is also more tolerable than la Weights s, 10 U W U:. 73 for my book giving full particulars far

.r000- daybreak w. awoke for schooner Manatee, Capt. Peter either( of them-If the citizens w. met Total rainfall for the weeks 1.80 Inches. Self Cure at home. Book lent free to all

.foment and listened to the oftearless Larsen, left on Monday last for West told the truth. We returned more than Hardware Departures from normal rainfall for the sufferers. Address,
song week t minus 0.11 Inches. Departure j
a freight of drug., convinced that future !
Beach carrying a great I.
Palm ever
surge, and still, through I from normal rainfall since January h&j; Dr. "wr. s. Xt.1oo.
u Window shone the MneleM spark eta, for Dr Lansing's new store at that before the East Coast of Florida, and Window and Fancy Glass minus 3.& Inches. i I .

bright iteadily, as though Its long vigil dace. more than ever satisfied with Laving J, E. LAXOVCTTI:, | SMITllVlLLE, Jeff. (b., N. Y.INDIAN .

'ad Jan commeDCed. The light Is a Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trtutler left on mad a moderate Investment Uterc." A SPECIALTY. Observer j..1'7mllm





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;SCOUT SHAVE HEAD. moved' backward to the river, and leap- Maktef Hteair Atr.n.bU.Tbefcappy I II m 1' rAlgt

ing into a boat warn rowed to the westside father "was exhibiting bit I NEAR & TAYLOR

where I found him later Away out firstborn to a friend possessing piscatorial Successors '
AN INDIAN DUEL AT THE STANDING the Indian proclivities'I to John McAllUfcr;
on the prairie performing
ROCK AGENCY. rite for purification after shedding "How much does It weigh,Inquired Artesian Well
blood."-Cincinnati Enquirer. the victim, after desperately canting I .

II Orrw One of a Quarrel Over a Qanrtor COMPARATIVE about for something more complimentary 'JOB EAU CALLIE FLA
to ,
aay."Senn ==
of Berr-Crooktd Krk M....s Bluff and
pounds and two ounces," replied I FOR
WM Called Dawn-Rifle at Thirty Tard. The two Americas are, combined, almost the happy father. -

sad Fight to u rtnUh. exactly the area of Asia. "Dressed er-I mean stripped?" WINES and

"A duel which I wltneaned, In 1876 at Nicaragua and New York have the asked the friend anxiously I SPIRITS

I Standing Rook agency, Dakota," Raid same area-40,000 square miles "Of course," the surprised father answered ,
I i ** BEEitSf
t an old scout, "between Scout Share Bulgaria proper hat 87,000 square HI
Head and Chief Crooked Neck of the miles, about the size of Indiana. "We-elL" began the friend donbtfel, 'I

Htmkpapa Sioux WM' a performance that Australia is about the size of the ly, "that isn't very much for a baby, ii'' CIGARS, ETC

i would bar called for applause from the United States, excluding Alaska. It? But-er-er"_ brightening up-"it I \ OF THE FINEST
f 1, i $ meet critical audience that ever wit would be a good deal for a trout '- QUALITY,
c Africa is three-fourths
the size of Life. GO TO
I noased a Spanish bull fight Shave feud Asia, or 1 I,000,000 square miles. I
It will be remembered was one of the Lesley &
Japan is almost as large.California, A BM With Two Strings, Rcnaker
Indian police who was killed while attempting I
having 147,900 miles while the TING I Families
the arrest of Sitting Dull in I square I Supplied.
{ the fall of 1890. In 1878 I was Inter. American state bat 168,000. 1A jy' Our Lodgings and Innr.i

preter and chief of soonts at Fort Yalta, The island of Haiti it at largo. the Tired, Weak, Nervous Will be Ready by Oct. 1. Situated ,*
Rook states of West Virginia and Connecticut 0 side Washington ave. between wag
near Standing: agency, where 1 J T. *
bad 80 Sioux Indian socroU tinder my or about 28,000 square miles. Could Not Sleep. K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block?

command, who were selected from the Venezuela bat an enormous territory,

friendly bands and quartered at the claiming 882,000 squaramilet of area. Prof L. D. Edwards, of Preston,

military post with their families The It is about as large as Alaska and Arizona. a Idaho, says: "I was all run down, -f OF' ALL KINDS *- HODGES & GODFREY
weak and irritable through
military authorities issued rations onlyto o nervous ,
the soonts, while their families drew Madagascar and its overwork I suffered from brain fatigue Manufacturers of
dependencies have
I be-
; mental depression, etc.
I from the Indian agent. The beef was
an area of 228,000 square miles or as came so weak and nervous that I
;r slaughtered on the east bank of the large as Florida. Georgia and the Caro- could not sleep I would arise tired, Yellow Pine Lute
river, the Indians crossing boats Unas. discouraged andblue. I began taking Neatly r
"I usually accompanied the scouts ,
when they went for their beef. About The empire of Anetria-Hungary has Dr. Miles' Nervineand ROUGH A. DREH!\ET>,

ICO Texas steers were killed every two 240,000 square miles. It is about the Orange Box Heads<< ,
e combined size of California and Col. now everything Is changed. I
weeks. These were parceled out to the Fruit 1 tKPtaMr fralfn.
orado. sleep soundly, I feel bright, active
several bauds, beginning with the larger t e i and ambitious. I can do more in one Lumber delivered at any part of Initial gin,
who would receive 19 or IS head as Guiana, though so small on the map, IIIINs I day now than I used to do in a week. on through bill of lartlnpr An\uiii '.'MI,, v
Il Cheaply log building;on the East Coast, woul4: ; : ::i J,:,::,
their share, the next 10 or 12, and so on has an area of 201,000 square miles, or r For this great good I !fIve Dr. Miles' write for rice,. The Sawmill l Hltinti' It, i p,
to the smaller bands, who would get About the combined area of Coloradc I Restorative Nervine the sole credit. J.,T.& K.: W. Ry.,a miles south of Valatlu:

two or three, according to their num. and Idaho. It Cures." SatsumaIlI htl, Putnam co.,Fla.

ber. Lastly, single families, not members Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa,
of bands, were given beef by themselves Michigan and Wisconsin are nearly 1 Dr. Miles' Nervine Is Hold leo'.lrl: I AND -

i one steer to four families, or a equal in area-between fiu,000 and 60,- "And when will you get married?" Alldruitlst oaranteethattheSent Btllltatll,tI bottles for benefit.ts, orb J. M.
j quarter to each. The scouts, half breeds 000 square miles "As! soon as yon give me your an will be Mites Medical' receipt of price SANDERS X
e and this the bra Co., Elkbart, lad ,
squaw men were among num swer.
ber. The trouble which terminated inn The French own provinces in Asia "My answer 1 Why, yon said yon had Dealer in -
the duel between Shave Head and aggregating 100,000 square miles, a proposed to Millioent" ExpeditiouslyExecuted

Crooked Neck began over the issue of territory equivalent to the combined "Yes, but it was only provisionally,
beet area of Florida, tho two Carolina and you know-In case you refused me. Th. Latest WI"..'.... Lamp. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
"Shave Head, Crooked Neck, Charley Georgia.The A new wlckless oil lamp is attracting ,

Pappan, a half breed, and the Widow Roman empire comprised the Tranoemogrlfloatlon. considerable attention in the French AND

McCartr, a squaw who had boon married present territory of Spain, Portugal Now that hypnotism is in the air out capital. It consumes petroleum, which

to a white man, were given a quar Franco, Italy, a part of Germany, the conversation books will have to be remodeled passes through a filter, falling drop by Choice Groceries,

ter each in tho last beef limned. Shavu most of the Austrian empire, Turkeyin as thus: drop on a highly heated surface, and

head, Pappan and the widow immediately Europe, Asia Minor, Palestine, the Good morning I Have you hibernated ; becomes immediatly transformed into Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizers,
began skinning the beef when north of Arabia, Egypt and the north well? gas. There is a total ab encIIof smoke ,

I Crooked Neck approached the scout, and coast of Africa, or about 1,800,000 Yes; I have had a most successful or odor The lamp consists of four partsan

placing his hand oil his shoulder pushed square miles!-St Louis Globe-Dem trance this winter. Have you laid up at oil reservoir and filter; a chamber -AT THE- FINE PATENT FLOUR

him violently aside, saying: 'You belong ocrat all? with tubes for volatilization, connectedwith Oocon. JTMoricla.COMPOUND: .
to the soldiers. Yon have no right Only for a few days at Christmas, the reservoir by a special tube,

bora. Go to the fort for your beef. MUSICAL ECHOES. just to escape the bills with regulating clock, leading to an

"I stood not more than CO feet away. Well, yon take my advice, old man, angular burner with two series of holes; --o-
Shave Head oast one look of defiance at There were five concerts In London on and rent a private catacomb on the an alcohol burner inclosed in a glass OXYGEN

his assailant and then came to me and the first Sunday March. three years' system. It comes much globe, which closes by a spring, and a

said, pointing at Crooked Neck: 'That Mr. Nikisch baa accepted an invita cheaper in the end, and yon save all central chamber in connection with the

man has driven me away from my boef. Lion to conduct a concert at St. Peters your coal and gas to say nothing of chimney for taking off the products of ADVOCATEPrinting Restores strength, quiets the nerves

If I was not under your command, I burg. clothes. combustion.-Paris Letter. and expels disease.

would know what to do, but now I Oesterloln's Wagner museum in We've started a Nirvana club in our Proof, the most convincing Is offered
free to all who suffer. Call and! see u*,
await your orders. If you leave me free Vienna has been bought by the city of neighborhood on the tontine principle.The .. write for further Information Book
to act, he is not man enough to keep me Eisenach for $33,000. last person who wakes gets the In Essam they lower corpses from the --o- of 200 pages sent free.
from beet' prize, unless the first who comes to
away my The London Philharmonic society has makes roof, It being against the law to carry Home or office treatment. Consultation -
off with it
"I answered that since the agent had
entered on its eighty-third season witha them the front door.
given him n quarter of that beef It was It is capital anyway, when you are fl'ee.Hrs.
therefore his, and be had a perfect rightto guarantee fund of $10,000. taking a tour. Saves all the trouble of Scientific record show only l C05 cases Starkey & Palen,

take It. Berlin critics say that Josef Hofmannnow sight seeing. You are just packed up are known of persons having second attacks 44 1529 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa

'Then,' said ho, 'tell that man to stands in the very front rank of and forwarded from place to place, of small-pox. '

keep: away from me.. I answered that pianists, with hardly a superior. with an automatic kodak, which records

Crooked Nook did not belong to my Herr Genoa, the famous composer and everything you visited Try Itl JACKSONVILLE STEAM DYE
company, and I had no authority over librettist of light opera, who is 72 yearsof Will, some day. By Jove, I must be Mel.u's WINE OF CAROUI for f.m.l.. di......*.

him. age, is seriously ill at Vienna. off! I've got to attend an anesthetic

'' 'Very well,'laid the scout 'I shall Queen Victoria is-fond of opera, but concert absolutely painless. Tom Burrows, the all-round Australian *! Office5'Q WORKS
take my beef, and rejoining the others it is said that she beard a "symphony And I've got a mesmeric dinner par.
ty on tonight All the bores will be athlete has beaten the record by The above establishment Is under new
he again offered to assist In dressing the concert" the other day for the first Limb put
h beef, only to be again thrust away by In 80 years. in glass oases and fed mechanically. swinging a pair of Indian clubs for management. We positively guarantee

Crooked Neck. This time he gave utter Siegfried Wagner, like Hans Richter, Goodby, then. Sleep well)London twenty-four hours, without sloping even city.our work equal to that of any northern
ance to that savage growl which, once conducts without a soora At a recent for meals.

heard, can never be forgotten, and concert he gave in Budapest ha thus For Information. Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
climbing out of the slaughter pen on Walton's Rapid Calking Machine,
conducted Beethoven's
"Eighth Symphony The
the north side, and taking his rifle from ." deputation of ladies approachedthe $ .OO, $10.00, and $15.00 each. In us. Ladles Goods Cleaned or Dyed.

his wife, be turned to the left, comingout meek member by many of the principal beat-builders
on that side of the corral facing the Hen Sauer, the German pianist who "Are you the gentleman," they In the North. See pamphlets and testimonials I Dying Silks and Cleaning goods of the
his has won so much success in London asked, "who declared that there was not most delicate texture a (specialty. send
Neck rifle
river. Crooked seizing ,
one crime which could be fastened for price list.
lately, agrees with Paderewski that readily
went out of the corral on the south side, .
and turning to the right the two combatants Brahms "is not a great composer for upon women? In Russia the water supply never MAINIIARD BROS., Prop
The meek member blanched
met face to face on the westside the piano. freezes because the pipes are laid below Send Fb.
"Yes, but"The yourPRINTING No. 13 Newnan St.,
of the corral. Between them was The London Daily Newt speaks of the frost line.
waved him
deputation to silence
the which backed Messrs. Abbey and Gran's company
was opera
agency wagon
"You subsequently said the theater Street cars In Dresden are propelledby
up to the fence to receive the beet The as the "Jean de Reszke troop." W H GLEASON & CO
bat was the crime yon meant gas engines.By ,
first shot was fired by Chief Crooked The London season will last from May
The meek member's Imnotent___ _illAnna____ away
--- H a new stockings are
n process now
Neck over the roar end of the wagon 13 to July 17. affirmation. ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES
The driver that he wa.-the made out of paper.
I Mr. Joseffy has consented to appear "We are after information. If"- -
object of attack, frantically whipped up in 80 concerts next season and Mr. Pa- The deputation crowded nearer. North China Is the land of the dough TITLES TO SPANISH' GRANTS EXAMINED

f his mules, -leaving a clear field betweenthe derewskl will begin his third American "-there i* an easier way to fasten it nut But keep the
two enraged warriors, who were not tour next November. These two great on than with four hat pins and an elastic An Atchison man, :3,000 miles from AND
Talk aboutan
more than ten yards apart pianists are good friends personally, "
we want to know I&. Detroit
Indian war dancel 1 Here was executed and there is room for both of them. Tribune Paris, Is the first man to put a "Trilby Money on the ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND K&

a dance that surpassed anything of corn cure" on the market. SURVEYS OBTAINED.

the kind I ever saw. Shave Head was En the Dog

the more agile of the two, jumping Ka>t r ECU. "It's terrible to think of the luck a _elLBEI'l WINE Of CAROM for W.ak N.r..., Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption

from aide to side, rearing high in the But few people have any idea that man will have at the races, said the East Coast Entries Corrected and Perfected.

air and again bending low down to the the originals of the many colored melancholy citizen. Hornonlcs higher than the natural Claims adjusted before the Department

ground, all the time keeping his eye "eggs" which are distributed as Easter !I "Have you been having experience" open tone of the fiddle string can be got at Washington.
fixed on his foe and his gun ready gifts have probably descended to us "I should say.. I don'tmlDd losing Correspondence solicited.
almost vlolnlsts
from the of the "Chinese by any but J, G. By giving theADVOCATE
for use. The corral had been surrounded greatest springfestivals" my money I'm used to that But yesterday EAU GALL1E FLA.
Holmes of Buchanan Mich. claims he
by not lesa than 1,000 Indians, men, and can boast of an antiquityof I took ray dog over with me for
women and children but when the firing more than 700 years before the Christian company's sake." can get a harmonic a fifth lower than

began they had surged to one side, era. So there appears to be no new "Well" the natural tone. Pineapple Orange and Lemon

leaving the space in the roof of each thing under the Inn, and although the "Now my dog's lost "Washington Cheap.
Land For Sale,
combatant clear. magio egg. of today are merely receptacles Star. -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine,

"The second shot was again fired by I for a nondescript medley of bon. No. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three, $13 I have for tale 80 "acres of pineapple| !
bout and bijouterie, they are a survival\, A N w Material For Safe*. miles Below -
Crooked Neck, but he again missed his Titusvllle, Fla. A share of land on St. Lucie river, a few
rather of of the Dank President Well I should think northeast
mark, and during the Instant requiredby or revival one quaint. Eden, 40 of which being
him to throw another cartridge into eat of old world customs there; might be found a material that quarter of northeast quarter of section

his piece Shave. Head, who was still asa I This practical method of disposing of Durglars couldn't drill a hole through Notice. 18, township 38, south of range 41 east;

statue, took aim and fired The ball Easter eggs suggests that much of the and blow to pieces Your Job Work. the other 40 Is the northeast quarter 3,
truck Crooked Neck in the hip, which ceremony connected with them it due Junior Clerk (modtatly)-I think I In Circuit Court, In and for Brevard of southeast quarter of section

crippled him to that ho had but one leg to the celebration of the Easter feast, know something, sir County, Florida : township 38, south of range 41 east. flO

to dance on. At soon as Shave. Head which succeeds the Lenten fast That President-Ah I John Heath, 1 The above land can be bought for
"an at Easter" old Junior Cll1'k-Yet, sir Suppose vs. In per acre. It I* suitable for pineapple
fired he resumed hit dancing, keeping it egg a very proverbIn you Frank M w'ellrs and Julia } ChncerJr' .
up until his antagonist fired again when this ooun&J'111 sufficiently shown by come up and try my wife's pie CI'QIt.- C. \>elle* this wile > orange, lemon or lime growing.Will torcash.

ho repeated hit former tactics, pausing the fact that the pope sent Henry VIIIan Detroit Free Press.ClrraautaMM. IT appearing b!, the affidavit of tb. Agent and be laId In lots of 40 acres,t.
Attorney of the complainant, that the defendant be worth
This land 11'1111000
In hit dance while, ho took aim and fired. Easter egg in a silver OUt!, while an *, frank M. Welle and Julia C.
This time ho brought Crooked Neck extract schedule of the personal expensesof Alter c- Wellu. ar*over the age of SI year and mid W"A.11: per acre.

down with a bullet through hit breast Edward I contains, against Easter Heardso-They say every hearty without Stan the of hew.of York.Florida,to-wit: In the Cityand Job worldartistioally Apply to C. H. Walton, ADVMA"...

Ho fell forward on hit face hit gun under Sunday, the suggestive item: "Four laugh odd a day to one's UfaBaidso Now, therefor.. it U ordered that you the laid office; or to Bobbins 4 Graham, i".
hundred and a half eggs Is. M." Tb. -That depends! I bad at least Frank M. V>.UM and Julia C, Hello do appearto : : egotton rille "
him. Hit friends grossed forward ia
the bill of this n at the
bolding up their hands and calling upon price it at noteworthy at the number. a week kicked out of me for laughing clerk'olHo. la Tltunlu.: ,Florida, on :befor
at who fell in the mud. Pear, U'.Rule lay la A I> IMS,
a man
But the most remarkable feature of t.n: :1tilibr
the scout to desist lIe had killed hit day of tb. is ,. th. b.taken -up.SLttif .
man. the usage is its international character. ton's Weekly a*eonf.., taw "( vrtwRUBeR
Thus in Russia it it to It U further orderad that this notice be pub.lUhtfd .
"But Shave Head was determined to customary exchange Te HU Sorrow.A la the lSI>IA RIVKB: A OYOCAT.,of TllU : tuotioltlCIrLlArA21t00t:1: '
make it a lure thing. First pointing bit visits and eggs on Easter day Tille Florida, with ..little delay at uay be, for
city boy who wore a red bluer
four coaaerutlT. week
and "to drink deal
a of brandy Again
gun toward the crowd to warn them down to the farm It made a bit at I......and ordered at the Clerk'l ones at TittwTilln -
back, bo advanced to the prostrate Indian to Italy dishes of eggs are tent to the once. It hit the bullseye say the first thing. lorlda, this the Sulk day of May,A U 1MB. BtiASb / /, ,.,s '
priests to be blessed, after which they A. A. STEWART
and holding the muzzle of hit gun Youth's.
within two feet of hit victim fired three are carried home and placed in the center Companion. Bobbin& Graham, Clerk Circuit Court Sond us yovur-
of the table. It it the correct thing Rid*, for Cow...'" I Real
sheds hit bead. Ho then resumed I
into Bretello
shaped trimmings of Circuit Heart orde1-s.
pause wayt-InneN | STEEL ,.,,,
the for all the guests to eat one of them.Chambers' a
bit and facing crowd bet menterio
daaeing. are seen on tome of the new J' I
Journal. se.
costume ...,. llCK-DIAUCHT tcur C"l Uf Uoa. wrrs F



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.. HenglM sister sailed for Europe And Called II Ij A tt."tI_ I* a Llttl laciest The Tropical Trunk Line

1 The Dtl1 to fill an engagement the Al- HOTEL I .f .*.

mbra London. MELBOURNE Om\\oo'lIom.. .. f.t.:':' A handsome girl sat alone In one of

)r e Lulc Tabor to has the been first transferred"In Old Ken tromeoond MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA., .i.. _F. .' !M!! :.:'W".J. -. ..,. line the ferryboats the other day of the Cortlandt street I I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway..JOSEPH .

: M- '-' -' On seat fellow
a opposite a
," companies.MgrthaConway Open all the round :'. ..:; young
CI year Good FishIng
has comedy who evinced a deep interest In his fait II. DUIlltnC, llocoivor.WE .
Hunting and
Yachting Rates .
fT\\\1SitW. fAmr Sri-8rAL ;. vis"a'vis and whose constantly rested .
- called "Jealousy. It will *J.50 and upwards. t .. ryes
acts "
MO in Buffalo.Kwtor Proprietress MRS I. M J'\N at the Lyceum CARD Mol 11 diiRTll -
produced dressed also.When 110) ,,a Y 1u, ZihSI l'TI"' .. T.bl..ln U..I Apt u. ,... ... ;. ,
has signed with Special Features at CoronMlo.Mod.crate : u' I n 211M
r IS Lennon the lead rates, solid comfort no indentation the boat reached the slip and :::::- I ... t:r :-TJAihsIN: : : : \ 11.1 F.ArTnam: ; I Tropic;:; :
Char to play I Tom Browning" YAILL'S I good Halting good cooking. U lite the ptwucngi, left their/ seats, theyonng .... qtly 'I.a ..(ire-en. ('11'" "' 1'r'"lIa. ., .. 5laato 4aapnt./ ,
in "Llnsey Woolsey for the FLOATING HOTEL t plea HOI'I' . .. ..I1leeka, .. .. .. ... 4eauu 41111'nl -rm
part for terms. man sauntered ooollyael'ON the cabin, .... ... '111111"1 .
g II/IU./ ... ..I"\IIIIIIIII"n. .. IMam 1I1I'I.m'' Illpm7ha
J comer season.Alnhonse At the Railroad M tiarf at I and raising his hat in the molt urbane Uflu a 111.1. .. (.re..nlIy .11111I'11,," .. .. 4.m pe4pm I "'I' n.
Dandet is to make a dram. .... .... Meta 12211s: : ? . .. ,?eullle .. ..., .. .1IIIalll i41pnl l'eepmNita
said in
West Palm Beach. manner possible a pleasant way: .. '. UIIt" 1111I1'1.. ... .I..n t4"rlnlf. .. .. .. 14'1111I 2IMpm It laas
c, ,ution for last novel. "La Petite HO I FOR BISCAYNE BAY !ITIlE "I beg your pardon, but haven't w. ... t04l. 1311.'uual ., .. .... 1I..r..rll. .. .'. 1111.11I 14.\ ,, ," hI131..
Paris It Free from Fleas and 11005 .wpm'' .
the Gymnase.
Mosquitoes. Sea met before .
: I. .I"'I.an.I..I :
irolMo Food tlMaLr At.: ::: :::: :: aMpma4ta :
ill be produced next year. a Specialty. The girl gazed thoughtfully hit .. IlepAr .Menfrwd.! .. .. ... .I... 1:11\11I: taipisPIsaac4lba .
E. E. VAILL GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT .. . .. I ill I' v IIrllln,'" ... .. .. Il4esm HIII: a III .. .
Gordon Emmons and Leslie Gossin Prop llomesecker When faoe for a moment and said sweetly: .... .. 411II. ,,71'\ .. . .. "1..1""".... . .. .. .". 111M. ", .._
next season in "Othello, you get "I think your face is familiar. .. .. . .. eCO a 5atpAr..5 ilertuw . ..iv .s00pm' Nenah, .. ..
er ill star there Stop at As the had the .. .. . .. 111111' . .. .1. ..' U..r... . .1..211I11", .. .. i... .. .
The Merchant of Venice, "Damon I young man never seen .. .. .. . II ana I"'I'U, ,. ;. .,. .... t74\ '''' II t\: amAc ', . .
and other plays. PALMETTO x HOUSE girl before he was somewhat elated .. N I N \nsldll .I Iv 11U ,' am. .
Ilea id Pythias" The Lemon City Hotel with the success of his scheme"I 1 I. .M'I 4M:: : ..::. .TI'H''J.1rf; : : ', ,.. : Iv: 'I.I f team : :. : :

Robert Mantell produced his new was confident I bad met some Iol .1I111'hll. N:aipw ... . I'.rl f.III''..-.. .-.. Ar eatpm Th"r.. .",1 ""n,
etgr4!! In Albany recently. The piece is DaytonnFlorjtin. I yon Tees. eIdC'cl .1'111'11I Ar . Km \\.1. .. .. t..lllOOI'1II Nn1.enIMat.
lay from Tom Taylor' whore, he continued cautiously "but !.,. and Mat.. .' .. fltl'lII Ar. .. Ifn.n" Iv UII'I'; III w..I.all.llllt.
n adaptation At Lemon City, the terminus of the my memory is so uurettntlve in the I NltsLrIsrkwnnlleAr; ; : ; .r3Mrk.nmlc... ,
It is in four acts. Rooms, without board, during the N/si'- .I.W1sJ.e.emllliAr sIM 1. Ar 1"I'\
'Jetribntion hack Line, on HUoiyne lliy \lry matter of names that I hal almost made t2atpAiI'nterprleely: SLts't12e'It' I'.Istka I Ar 4S' I ., .. ,! pdtM21w'Ar
Ada Lee Basoom's play, "A Bowery summer months Apply to rooms, comfortable bale, good table, \ IMirrn; Iv: CCN: 21opIArlean;\: Matnl.v Sh'u: '\: AtIKau Wllll.e' NR'AatspArlaltran
mind that I 'g\I
in Mite! DAVIDSOV! Proprietress terms reasonable. up my was wrong }.e 1'1 71'1& 2Dl.Ar" 111"111'' I.\' Sapj: ,..". IIeIenl.rI P''''''
Chicago by
bo produced
:1i Y ir\. will I "I have no little amount of troubleIn Ile1Ar'rlttuvllleI.Cnh' I IMI\r I 1'I."a I.e'r"u'! : r'r".I.'I'
atftet Harry Williams. Ming Basoom r Good flailing and hunting In thenefghborholud. that line myself, replied the girl II 1:0.: 1.\.1,"'"'''''' II..Ar"11" 1111" 5Itst.rl'.,'k.envllser5agi I -N1MIIxdark.nmileAt 801'p
completed a sensational drama. tt23y: 1v Manlnrd Ar It leas 'te0'.l.v I'aleIks Ar 411'/1' FIIns Lr IIa..C".I .\rl Np4.
? laughingly "but I think I remember 124.I.eInm... Ar 11411011 Cue .CcII.wthxnwlvae.pi. \ Ite'lt: 1.ula Iv saL
Joseph W. Herbert, who lately made HOTEL # CARLETON I,). 1\[. (O\\OI.LY, Prop meeting yon in the subscription bazaar 4:u'Ar 1 kh".1 I.\ 'E'* : AI".II.vlI"'I.Y. 211'1'r/ !Ill 15-s I I\,' eeta
Slat' Ar M.II'. +n t.v'tdtta'' 14.11' 'r 11..1. I., I 141"1 111"1' .\r Tavsrrs LeIeeaea3Mp'Ac
has returned to the Lemon Dade Co. Fla
hit in "Rob Roy, City, of the First Congregational church last II 'I' ArT.uI'Il'rlnlC.r\' t..h..rlf, IvIC eec I tcSou, \r EI.Inrsdn. I.\!, Stecmlup
r .
nerican Extravaganza company. He Jacksonville, Florida.Oonoeeito year ArMt.l'rter.' +glv II 'I"\rll..o.ko'III. I., 'M Ma 11 :eip" Ar _I.h': '\" 8 00.

ill be seen as the emperor in "Alad "You are quite right, he responded, .
111) t 111\11) ran-it Sundsy.

lD, Jr. Postoflic'o.c HOTEL with alacrity his Things were progrosniug Trot.. :/.1 end' 7".arrY through Pullman Ituftet Mhrptug, cart. I.rIs".n Nrw fork .n.1 Tsnry....
tb book for beyond t'spel.'tat1olll1."Yell
F K. Young Is writing Trams 1\ :1'J-1'h..lII.h; Ildluun 1".lh.t 1I1""I'ln:: .u I-t.ern, 'In""all and Tanya.M' .
.. be called "Le Barba. he continued thoughtfully, .
combo opera to .
It (ruFe'IV (I. I' AC.I..II.1I"I".ralt411'rintclllh'n' \ .
:,rn tea The etory deals with the love of *c Under New Management x "it was a very plansniit occasion, and ait ,, lieswrxl I.s..cnpee "..nt.
robber chieftain at the time when I met so ninny there I must confess that

'bII'la. ome ruled the world.COMPARATIVE. -fORMOHD-BY.THE-SEA,4-, I do not recall your name. "

Open all the Year. --. "I know yon must have enjoyed
i AREAS FLORIDA yourself, she replied, evading the inun, Jacksonville,

Coolest and most pleasantly located ends "Every one pronounced it a groat 5 '
Colorado is twice the size of Alabama. hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly success. "

Arizona is almost exactly twice thee refitted and elegantly furnished. SUMMER HAns: *8.00, tfl.00 and "It wait Indeed, he assented enthnsiastioally ,' St. Augustine

M Elevator. All modern Improvements *10.00 per week. "I don't know when I have
of Missouri KATES:-*2.50 to $3: .:50 per day. 1
enjoyed myself more. &
Pennsylvania is almost thrce-fourtha Special. by the week, and to CommercialMen. SURF BATHING AND DRIYING Are "I am gll\.lto hoar yon say so, she I5( Indian River
of Missouri
hotel that the electric replied earnestly, "for we are going to
Only cars pass Specialties at Ormond.
Labrador is about the size of Misari. to and from depot. repeat it this year, by special requeatThe Railway.

ISII 70,000 square miles. B$- For Circulars, address, tickets, which I have for sale are l
Bolivia bas 784,000 square miles of CRAPO & LeVENE the same price as last year->$5-and"- Tim. T.bl.. In trrrrt April fond, lHt>.\.

size of Mexico. Proprietors. SEISER & PINING But he had into the
the disappeared
Pea, Managers
All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine, Ormond and
Germany claims in Africa a territory crowd about the pier, while the !girl

I f nearly 1,000,000 miles of area. ORMOND BY THE SEA. smiled sweetly to herself as she thought. Rockledge. .
ST fully smoothed out the creases iii her -
The elate of Oregon equals size the South Dound. North Bound
new bloomers.-New York World.It .
r combined area of Missouri and Ohio. 1'o"i'l.' 1'0"31' S'I N,. n. l lLvdw
I Nna2 7N. ) tee
England baa an area of 61,000 square COLUMBIA HOTEL THELAVASSAR- Stalled on the Way :' 'kWnupl.INI- a 5 \II. I' -- :. [;\1' 1'.1" 1I..h /i ii'i m :--- :--:-:
miles, or a little smaller than Arkansas. At Madison a gentleman wrote a telegram Ar AlIlClloU"e IIII a 141'1'' . I Iv 11I..I..ra. .. .... ,' aitau,''
I I., lit.An ,erlne I"'aia ... LeWInp'Iter Belau . .
at Chile is a little larger than Texas and gave it to a negro, with instructions 1v Ila.thtge" :: ? :Io: M a ., I:, Hu1M, C.au.t.: :: as a u:
The former has 293,000 square miles, Centrally Located on St. George to hand the same to the tolu- I.r Ft.t; I.ulatka III a I.. Ahela. .. .... 7U. mArlAlat4s .

the latter 2 6ri,000. Street. graph and said operator The negro delivered Lv l'alntke\ :: .::: II I.)4ls tai'a .:: .- I.e: ,Mnisrt.leu.eu.. :":"::::: : 7 t :; : ::: .. ....

N Siam has 250,000 square miles, aboutthe Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Park, "Mr Leak: send die telnmspatoh Arllun ttlatl., .. itt:N,J. -. -- .-... Iv: p.1: I 1'Irn'e.' : :::: : YIe: : m: "2aip' : .
area of North and South Dakota, and a full view of the Ocean and says Lv Nun ;tides. S eta_ _': _:..._ : I.v'" 1..11.1.. ., ? \III a III 2 1/11' I
NeI with Minnesota added. rolling breakers from the piazzas. 16 Webb Ave, Ocean Grove, N. J. off immejitly orlll".1-" '.. .. I tap .. ..,. .-.. I." M'lIo."r". .. .. . toes a dsae,, '
The operator told him he would do I... llrull.\ .. .. .. .. I.'Carn,, ., 15Ma ,, Sep: .
The British empire and its dependents 1..lIrn"IJ""o.. .. .. .... . ..1..1111.111.. .... 1087.:11': ',. .. ,
-f One Block from the Ocean. 4- so as quick ns the wires could carry It Ivncyb.ne ..IAlp 1 ., . .... I... 11.10'111. ..... It VII '", 7 01' .
and colonies embrace 11,000,000 As the negro was leaving he spied a I., I1rtlnsuge .. 12reip. . ..... Iv I',..... .... .. ...II t'iall 5laq", .

red equate miles, or about the size of all W M. TEAHEN, Proprietor. OPEN June 1 1895 c paper, which the March breezes had : lick r.t..I.:: :::. .I nq: : ., 540a I2, a :. :: I I.eTiluvtile.I.vt'ityI'Int: : : :::: :..:.. It 11:11a 07;: p ,w step.Iv a41': : ....
QR Africa. ..... gathered up and were whirling along 1.1' TIIII.' III" .. .. :/III' 111111. 1..lIa" 11111. .. .. .. .. .. ..1212pm1114'.1>> ,. .... 1
.... .. .. .. ... .
lOt ('lIy hunt tale 111.1/1 IvNrwlir'oa. IItpmtlbNp
The Chinese emperor hag bis dominion Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system the wire toward a polo, on which it I., "' ..". .. .. ... aetp Inwia; I.vl'ortIcange. .. .. .. .. Iatp: III .. .
acknowledged over 4,218,000 square of Sanitary Sewerage. MRS. B M ANDERSON. lodged. He watched the paper for sometime 11o'I'Hllfll. .. 3111' .thata ? 1..1.)1"na, ,. .. .. . 14.11" .
ta ... .:..u\.III"; .... 114I': ... 1'l"III' ..,. ArIiruioud------------u- erpm .. .. .
miles earth's surface
of the and satisfied it could
a territory becoming .YII''II'' 114111" 1212'I .. .. .. 1.lInll"1 . . ... ., ...
e.fourth larger than that of the Unit. not get away went back to the office, ... M..IIHlllrll", .. :10'1' .. I.. 11..1 JIIIIO.. ... .. . "
ed States. St. Louis Globe.Democrat called the and said I.eMtlsu'In. .. I21.4 : \ I' Arle.ll'slslea.: ... .. .. S21pd' t
in Uoutn operator : .
The republic of Argentine, Le Fort: l'ler".... a1II'; 440" ArMcn Main, : =:, -- -:-- \
,\ America, ball, 125.000 square miles", or "Boas, Mistah Leak am in a power. .. ... I.el4n Nhirn .... ..r"ir.'I.1n

ODDS AND ENDS.A one third the area of the of the United foundedin States. ELBORDEN HOUSE, ful The hurry operator'bout dat told blzueia him the" messagewas !.g :f.{......; .,., ,, :.. g .: : : : : : ;;: I.yI'I'Ca AI'sIWia.. ...',. .. I..aaspm es p1,: = : : : .

n brew Bible in the Vaticanweigh The empire Spaniards already at its destination But that A00 I' .... ri11..IIIIII.: ........ .. m ?. .
iE this country after the discovery com On the Beach, 2111' . . Art4t. AIIIIII.lln. .. ./ 4It'tn. .... .
s 320 pounds and is the largest about miles of scrap of paper on the wire had convincedthe 1..II"I"'I\'IIIII''I I Itl., .., .. I... t4t. AIIIIII.II"e.. 7leh 42a'e ,.. '
Bible in the world. It is all manuscript priced square darky that the telegram had stalled \13111' .. ..ArJa..h"\'III.. ,. alts .6361' III .... .. .
territory. Opposite Daytona
Living is not cheap by any means in before it got out of town, and be was
Norway. To get food one must go tothe Persia has 628,000 square miles, and determined to lot it bo known A. & W. Branch.

er hotels and restaurants, which are is aa large as the combined states of Idaho is NOW OPEN. "Boon, I aln't gwiiie to 'spute your t40l'TII 1I111'NII. Mlllfll---10111\11.:: --

leon distinctly expensive. Colorado California, Nevada and word, but you look on dat pole. Vat -
Montana. First-cliss table; comfortable, airy IIfArII-S-II.- N" 8 N..1 No: "fATIOXS. I Nu 4 \0r.yN""W"I
telumspatch will never git to whar it
Theoountry in which the large townsare rooms and drinking water Reduced "sieei -- "' 11ygJnno i ,. fi :: :-
pure Mmrrnahelp
miles I.
Sweden has 170,000 square gwiue 'oept send somebody erlong I l'\j"- .. l'\j
most is Holland. you . .
nearly equidistant Rates for Summer: *7.r<0. f tU1)) J."e 11,111" a4IpIii2.s.: IIrallK": ('II the: 4dq,4 "
They are at an average distance of 20miles 000 more than California or about the and $0.00. Apply for rooms at once to to knock It oflt'u do pole.DetroitFree I.. Oren.s City a MillO 8:1ot: lots. 11.1" :'1&\\ a:1.: ? ...
from one another size of North Dakota and South Dakota ftoss Ar .n.l'ItyJene. : INIpIIINe' Ar New Mmyrna 2IIa 1pp:

;d. combined with Maine thrown in for SIDNEY 1IAIGH, .
All train dally between J. .knonvlllami Ht Auitiiitlnc
The order of St. Catherine is i
a highly Opposition to the New Woman.The
good measore.-St. Louia Globe Demo- Sea Breeze I'. 0., Florida. Trains ."ulh..t Ht Augustine run d.II.ac"I,1| Sunday.PaaWngem .
coveted Russian distinction. This order
head physician wan surprised to find
crt nn tralin XI anil 7* .have Ted Mldntn for lunch Hi New Kinyrna.Tl .
was established in 1714 to reward the the head of the household at the door
heroes of -- ;h Tliii' -Table ehowe the time. at w filch tralna may 1'e ee.r'trd| to arrive I and ilriart frure
a Ttfrkish war. with a shotgun. the" MI trl Ktatlmi., but: Clinic I arrival. or drparutre| a( tint time slated I. not guarant****!. nor dope:
Center county Pa., haa a man who O. II VOSS. "Why, what's the matter?" stammered the to: ,npany. .holil Itself rc> ,onsible for any delay ur any eou.erpteneee arl.lnic rrrform..
olaimato have He the doctor. J. It. IKOTT. JOSKI KirilAllDHON
"telescope eye a. can "1 vs re.lilrnl.. lent I's.arng.r A.....t.
I. tell the time by the town clock when :INLLA.Na: : :: : RIVER:: : :HOTEL: "That there medicine you give my
mph ted from it by a distance of two wife she says is makin her feel like anew

woman. And I want you to understand .

Lansing, Mich., has a matrimonial that no new woman business goes
*v TITUSVILLE in this bouse. Fust I know she'll
S. club whose members at intervals chooseone ", thing

of their number whose duty it is to I =-SfV: Indian Rivor. be out makin speeches. "Indianapolis

t. get married within a year. And he al. r"7 I' _: JournaL Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

ways does it. -. Fla. Different

; Chase (to dentist)-I won't pay any.
RAILROAD TIES. ,. 7- O H. VOSS, orders and will be
thing extra for gas. JOlt yank the tooth Printing you satisfied.
The Balitmore and Ohio belt line MANAOEU. out, even if it does hurt little. ,

tunnel at Baltimore, which is six miles nC l'a II .. ru: Dentist-I must say you are very

long, cost! the railroad company $7,000 f Open All The Year. plucky Just let me see the tooth.
D Chase-Ob, I haven't got any tooth.

000The iI'lJ.ff, ache. It's Mrs. Chase. She'll be here ina
... a' i'
t- shortest cable railroad in tbeWorld fi"i minute.-Truth.
is in Brooklyn. It is 8.500 feet in ,: Cn;; any Only a few minutes'

CIty I length When hall. from a railway Wall line street runt ferry north to and the ,\.;."." t\ .ar.t'lI' ;t Jill r j fi1'WmV.:&:. 1 I ,).1II' 'liWf.jwalk' : .ingsOn and Steamailbowaysta. .traa.. FLORIDA BOAT :,! WORKS,

fi1 the banks of the
oath ; \ .
on the
track which the trains .
o ran from the south,on the eastern rail will ,___._ .. far.famed Indian KlverIB 9I Melbourne Indian River, Florida.

we Wear tern.ont first, and on the other line the UND3JR: NLiW 1\2AN.A..G: NT. ::. !::::2:


e Sir William Van Horne of the Cana. u = '. I WI/1

own Pacific railroad says there is no 1.0_ I the Way of CuDolkUtloB. xo

.1D foundation for roman of his intended "But, objected her father, "you are : A lady living in an English Tillage C = N-3
Agnation or of the road being in financially worthless, while my dangh used to take an interest in a very aged ( ==
Manual difficulties.The i C>
r ter"- i couple who were spinning ont the last >-
Chicago Great Western is the "The way to fix that. interruptedthe thread of life in "Darby and Joan" "'IS -

I latest western line to emulate the exam- suitor, "is to arrange a bimetallic fashion seated on either side of the

o P''. of the Alton road in forbidding its conference and devise some way to put i fireplace. She often paid them a vial to edrn f;:

employees to frequent saloons. The me on a financial parity II a circulating cheer them op. The old man had been
Chicago and Eastern Illinois is said to medium.Albany Argua. ailing, and at last a day came when the ern >- c:=

r contemplate a like step visitor found only one chair occupied := -g
, w... to aa O.. .*" I Darby was not in his usual place. .-

9s PITH AND POINT. l'rIeDd-Dld you go to that fashionable "Where is yoor husband asked the ::: ,d, .nom

oculist, as I suggested? lady. "Well, mum, be be gone at last. ::c d c'D t'.r.jc

Romance is over half cotton and very Nearsight-Yes; examined my eyes "011. I'm very sorry; that is very sad for :.,:) -. cr.: :
hen becomes threadbare. and gave me a piece of paper showingthe yon. "Yet, mom, it be sad, replied :z-::; Q:)

w,1? tT7lng to quit one bad habit M** sort of glasses I needed. the old woman "bat then, yon ceo, be ==
:' learn at least two others. "Why don't you get the glasses?" was fearfully in the way of the oven "
U left "-New York Weekly Household Words. Crown-I never thought that parting
1 You want ynr afiert to enjoy him. "No money with Maria for the first time would
". 'let him do all the talking Boats huiiliul out null Itepairncl at tho lowontllK'itCH.
ban ftt11O illA
--- As a rule, women say almost every j made EBB very
if A"llDen look in their photographs as Always .. Bl..... thing elM of a woman.who is engaged 1'i-oinpt attention givon to ortlorM.

' they would make good husbands. Nodd-Yon say your baby U 9 months except that she U too young to marry. Tr.tHl Boy. HtitnatOH given Oil nil eludes of boatn.

:1i th N n !one bate you 1i You have beautiful collection of antique
deadbeat who OWN you money. ? at work. They pretend to bar a
lure are may
1i TAta Todd-Well I gUeal Ia. There Is here. WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
may always be depended upon: no objection, but they here all the
theif New Yet'm have all the
: to see Boy- ;
f i : I e awh Cowards refuge.a coward. A plenty they were of there.-Brooklyn opportunity Lila. sam Atchiion dloba. latest Don1ti8oL-Nw York Wetkly. A.. T. HOSE.INDIAN .



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t 8 INDIAN RIVER ADV'OCAf E, JUNE 41. 195.i .

i ron ANI AOA1NST Till: FORT ltr.Hi.Kf FLA., June 18, 03. Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gor't Report I THE ROBBINSiGRAHAl\ ||

HO.\n. ",,,,,,,. HnAam Walton: .

Dear Sirs-A* you Lave requested an .

The ti".>iH>ni e to our request for our opinion of usIndln: River folks, I assure BakinPowder< Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
n tiers t express themselves by posts
ward on the road question has nut been you I am In favor of a good road oVal

a\s general as we would have liked, but and do not know of any that oppose the K. LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE

we did not expect tery many reeponsee.Thirtytwo road between Fort Pierce and Ankona.

rHveil, twrntj-six communications being favor were of bond re I say a good road Is one of the need We have for sale a large list of

mid six against The replies various pofttnffice as follows: Your truly, BSOWTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties I

For. Against. M. D. EiXseL.Do Sale of Lands of the Florida I
41 Sebastian 7 3 Agents for Coast Li,>
Grant 0 0 A N1:1Y INDU8THY IX TITUS- whatever, the trees faring as badly as Canal and Transportation Co. u'
not Want to Iion I.Borisr .
fort Piercetfeorgiana 4 0 those that bad no protection.
i+ 3 1 VILLK. "Banking with sand Is cheap and safe C.AN.AL L.A1'VDS.Florida .

1 Tltullvll1e! 2 0 ; plan for saving trees. The cost of bank. Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa &: Key West Kailwa i I
FLA. June 18 1893.Editors !
I t Emi liallle 3 0 :, During the past week Messrs. Prltch- Ing my small trees was one half cent per Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment i.' : *)!
t Ankona 0 1 I Advocate: I tree ((labor at 11 per day), and for large and other Low Priced Lands.
Bovine 0 1 ard, Oliver A: Budge have been busily engaged trees It would not exceed 1 cent. Taking -
Melbourne 1 0 I see In your paper that you want to I superintending the fixing up of the away the sand Is equal to a good 3MCon.oy to Loan .AJLtKrasrs on aAnd

hear from all, concerning the shell road workshops and erection of machineryfor hoeing. I am careful not to have any ,41 Ten per cent, in sums to utt.

H 26 eWe I wmlay.that I and all of Bovine will brush the old roots or pieces of wood buried near Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
a new palmetto factory, on
have Included the two letters which dead It. the tree, as it Is likely to attract Insects
be against Titusville Florida.
site of Mr. Oliver' lumber Mr.
I yard.
appear In this Issue-those of A. II. Carrfor that may work on them.
/ ra, + and II. J. Stewart-In the list oft We have the best road In the county, Oliver Informed an ADVOCATE reporter "One thing that WM a surprise to me

those against bonds. Outside of these aside from a shell mad, and we made that the machinery and engine would was that the foliage which was covered --==

two letters which our subscribers can the road to Eau Oallie\ ourselves; and I with sand was as fresh when we took
oil comprise a six-horse: Slntz engine,
: read for themselves we only receive think the county can do likewise, without power down the banks! as it was when we' Fred S. Chaffee &Co
ab three postal cards from persons who are brush machines, band saws, planers, etc., banked them-the leaves not even wiltedor I :.H"

t ','i opposed to bonding/ for a road. The bonding the county. and that ere long they hoped to have, at bleached." ,

w vote against bonds from Ankona noted Yours very truly, least, thirty men employed at making

1-v4 ., above Is In the shape of a letter from BKTIIEL J. STEWAXT. brushes. To supply this factory with Genuine Hnrgatni in neal
4 e 1''. L. Hunt, which we have not room to ->} THE CORNER DRUG STORE
i (. publish this week. This gentleman has [We expected that outlying sections fibre, the Tltuvllle Fibre works will haveto ) Mtate.Xo. .

'I' opposed the road from the start-no like Bovine, White City, Fort Drum, etc., start up, and that alone will give employment of hammockland

I I from any sound reason that we can learn would oppose an Issue of bonds.-EnAHVOCATK. to more men. 1. Twelve acres aboutSOO feet
at Sharpes postoffice; TITUSVILLE -
under the
-but because he U laboring FLORIDA
.t I hallucination rrintersandlawyers" .j] The brushes manufactured a* a start front on Indian River, and runs back to ,
, I rich/ have been of fine several road has upon It a house of six
y 'I, are going to get out of It In some very quality, county ;
' .t mysterious way. Mr. Hunt has acquired Mr FlaglcrVSimejoraat Work dozen having been shipped' north; and rooms, almost new; cost of house etc. $1,000 Has a; We try to keep a full stock of
I outbuildings,
a :' r ;"j j the deserve! reputation of being a "com Mr. Oliver Informed us that they had: barn, stable of 500,large bearing trees, In fine Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quality

". I7 I mon scold' on the road question. lit Is West Palm Beach, Juno 14.-Civil engineers received most flattering testimonials !grove the freeze and will soon
. : !'II. HO very rabid on the subject that we condition before Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very Important mattel
I at work surveying the from wholesale houses where and bear good crop. Remainder
are now large they recover
fear It will be dangerous for anybody to
\r'+ ;a\ and I Indian of land cleared, and Is of best quality for Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper
+ approach him on the matter of rlght-of lacksontllle, St. Augustine ud: sent samples of their woik, This farm. This property was held EtcJto,
c( "" way. We would like to present his letter liver Railroad from here south. The must be very satisfactory to the projectors vegetable: will sell today
.. which It of firm at $9,000 one year ago: We Business in "Dp-to-Date" Methods. -.
mOle a literary curiosity ran our
J ir eta and of blind prejudice than appearance of these men has caused ; and we trust when our Indian: Itiver for $3,800; $ItlOO cash and $2,20(1: ( (

that of sample A. B. Carter, but re have given considerable speculation. It leaves the people need brushes they will examine may remain on mortgage. This U a :5f Special attention to mail orders. We will try and fill your want I it t [
be most desirable place for a home, good just as well as If you called In person. All orders for goods In stock shipped |
f ; nil the spare we can to the "good roads"light impression that the road Is to extended .lie trade-mark; puchaso those of home K!
location, clone to postofhce, school, day they are received. We want your trade.
''I .' ;I', I j I.) this I Issue. Our columns are from here to Biscayne Bay make, and keep the money on the East and In nice neighborhood.
church, etc., a _
;'4 II open to both sides, with equal welcome Some aro of the opinion that It will only Coast, thereby proving their willingness The bare land alone Is almost worth the

,5 1 t. "," In have: fact given, rather prominence than appear to communications unfair, we- be extended as far south as the Florida to support men who aro enterprising price asked. Read Read! Real! !!

,b "I against bonding I In this Issue amftuppresHed Incapple Company's place, one mile enough to Invent their money In helpingto Xo. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house

: several strong letters In favor below here.-Citizen. ; build up our town. of eight rooms, artesian well, large portion
of good roads. Mr. Hunt's letter cleared, etc.; adjoint hotel propertyat
During this dull season patronize WRITE TO THE
i r fame after all the space we could allow your II Sarno, near Eau Oallie. The land
1 9. 1'1 I was allotted to this question.Dr. Pineapple Plants For Hale. own Industries. Some may think they alone l III worth more than price we quote,

Ueo. W. Holmes, of !Shatpes postoflico save a few cents by sending to Jackson- $2,250.: :; The owner refused $">,000) J( a year

I,: It sends us a postal, which can hardlyi A limited number of Smooth Cayenne ville even for their printing. They labor ago. lie must sell without delay, and LB DARLING FERTILIZER C CO.Jaola
classed cither! for the take ; l,2oO:; ,
i>e as or against and Envllle has authorized to $2,250: ; I
inder for
Golden Queens an erroneous Impression
. I
seal but Is rather bonds at remain .
against on mortgage.No.
cash balance
I may
at reasonable iatcs. whatever they send Is lost
City pineapple plants money away
r I.I:) start with present light on the subject J. }'. M. T\Ltn, to circulation on the East Coast. A per 8. One hundred and thirty-six sgon'vi11o, Florida: ,
,f ; ; lie wants right of-way question settled Fort Pierce Pinery. feet' town Is that In which the of land at New River.
.t lit says first locate the road and tell him II.tf you see and 83-100 acres If you are in need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtair her|
j 'll I where a sufficient deposit of shell can be merchant! patronize their home factor- Three-quarters of a mile water front. Special Low Prices for cash with order.
les, the farmer patronizing the home Description BH follows : Lots 3, 4 and
f found other material and he will Suckers.
I or Pineapple SlIl'fJHl!
I merchants, the laboiers spending the 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Don't :Miss -
think It We have Ideal
;b',, 'r. t' over. given our i money they earn with their own trades- range 42 east Price $1,000 for the This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost u. tk
,about the right-of-way this Issue, and Write for prices on s. 1. Cayenne,
I I' men, and all animated by a spirit that whole tract, or less than $'7.50 per acre; Manufacturer.
:If d* not know enough about deposits ollic'J Abbaka, Jamaica Rlpley and Queen slips
will not articles abroad If In forty
t to enlighten him on that point, but and suckers to purchase they or we will take $10 per acre Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla..
at home. Tho of We believe purchasercan
can bought a
shall: wake Inquiries and; try and present E. C. B. TVKDALf., reciprocity between man and t'llll'lt acre sell this land and double his Hear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main an'
I' the desired Information next week. Fla.
: J Waveland chanic tradesman and laborer farmer money as soon as steamers beginto Laura Streets. jy Send for Pocket Memoranda Book,
U U"\ wonM like to hear/corn every titter and manufacturer results every time In run through the canal next

;; in the musty by postal card 'U'h"hrhy Fancy Pineapple Slip stud !Suck-' making the town a perfect one to do December. We own this land our-

j ore for or nyniimt landing for good road business In "Perfection" should always selves, but need money to develop other
'. I Iii era For Sale. be desired!, even where attainment Is enterprises, hence otTer It at a price B.'Groceries : L_ BRAINY,

ii' I.1:TTIH'i!' ox THI: IIOAD barely possible.we presume; but a perfect which will Insure early sale. Buy this

II', I I" "Egyptian Queen" and "A bbakall." town must be denominated a groat land and double your money. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r

QUI'STION'. Apply to MADIXM'K & MATTHAMM, rarity until we reach a mora advanced No.4. The north three-fourths of ,
t The Palm Beach Pinery, stage toward the millennium than has
I' Palm Beach Fla. been gained Titusville southeast quarter of section 7, and of I I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Out of a pile of letters we have received West yet lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south I

i from people residing the several of range 41 east, containing 150: acres. Staple Ac JT'iiiioy Groceries, Fruit

; Hates In the Union, In favor of a shell For Sale. low To Save Your Orange or This! tract has a large frontage on the And Food ProductsOf
two miles from the rail-
St. Lucie River,
road lack All Kinds. Also Stock of
we regret of space only allow My
I Lemon Trees.! road crossing. Price $15 per acre.
us to publish a few. Abbaka pineapple suckers, yellow Cat- Meal
lie)' !guavas, and pedigree Noonan stiaw- No. 5: Lot 4 of section 32, township Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed ,

I berry plants. Write for prices to J. M. Chandler, writing to the Farmer 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 Ground Food mud Wheat.I .

CHICAGO, Juno 1'7. 1805.! ,: JAS MOTT t Fruit Grower, says: acres. This tract has a quarter of a am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: : the above Untc
the St. Lucie River at
Jditor .idrvbc'abe Orlando Nursery, "I have read with" Interest the several mile front on Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close Invite your correspondence and lODe:
i : Orlando, Fla. Stuart Station. l'rice"'J:) per acre.
J articles In your paper on 'How to protect your patronage. Very truly
I am delighted to learn the newsy and trees from front, etc.,' and, as we have No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, :>v. L. BRADY.

PopulartuV.CATE' Is using Its best efforts had some experience In the same, will fronting Biscayne at Kwanton
to get a'good shell road for Bre- FOR SALE. II give;l It for the Lentil of those Interested Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut
"We put out sixteen acres of young Grove. Price $3,000.() This price may
yard county. Success to the pink paper PINEAPPLE SUCKERS =lr## trove, one and two-year-old buds, during seem high, but if you will try to buy any fEASTER & BREITWISCH{, (
of the East: Coast. the months of February and March, '04, land fronting on Biscayne Bay, in good si\

4 1 Yours truly, A. M. JAMBS.r : ,anti they put on an exceptionally fine location, you will get your eyes openedas
. C ; -*: AND SLIPS. growth and continued to put out new to prices !asked in that section. This Successors to L. A. Coleman
growth; during the warm weather of tract Is the only desirable parcel we

EAU UAI.I.IK, Fl.A., June 13: 1)5.) Egyptian Queens. November and December. Fearing thatan have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. +. SYholesale and 1 Retail FLORIDA MEATS of kinds: all
ordinary frost would do them dam The price asked, $>,000( will yield us a
JaI"tur .Uux-ulc: Red Spanish.PernambQCos. age. we banked them' about three feetwith fair profit, and we are satisfied that Dealers In
sand about the middle of Decem- nothing similar can be had at a much
I note with pleasure titles In GrowersLa
jour Orange and Vegetable
her, anal on removing the sand from higher price. This tract will no doubt Ii
List Issue regarding the road question. White Antiqnas. them the first of April found that they be sold within a few weeks. Fla

1 am In favor of bonding, and you will\ Finest and Best Sucker and Slips on were not Injured one-half Inch below No. 7. An improved place of 7 acre Grange,

a t fiat the citizens of Eau Oallie are almost Lake Worth. Prompt and quick dcllvry. where they were banked. As soon asxposed close to the depot and post office at)Mal-

11 a unit In favor of It. Write me for prices.K. they began a vigorous growth. abar. Large house with upper and lower

Let us hate the road-so say we all. 1U l-AKKIN, fret lltlm (Itewh Fla. "We have not lost a tree aril none veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms;-in DUREN
seem stunted or Injured in the least.
fair beautiful river front, lawn, & FEASTER.GROCERIES
Your truly, Some of them have as much as five feet repair, .
Most all the land U cleared 100
: etc. ;;
CJ. F. l'Atllos. of new growth. One of my neighbors
PINEAPPLE SLIPS. banked several eight and ten-year-old large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This .
..... will make nice home for anybody.
mils, and they have come out the same
New. YOIIK Juno 14, '0;). Hood nelgbool beod. Price? only $1250.00.
alt mine. One tried wrapping the stocks & M
KINDS. Francis H Leggett
; Jdilem : ::; --- AND SUCKERS with moss and paper, but It did no good NOTE-The above descriptions will ,
enable customer to locate the several
t I; Gentlemen-Enclosed please find properties very closely by examining

beck for $1.50 to renew subscription FOR SALE one of the J., St. A. ifc I. R. R'y com- Fine Grroceries.
i to the INDIAN RIVKK ADVOCATE:, a pany' railroad maps, but we will be

,1 I taper' which wife and Is read myself.with IIeclallntert'lIt or f the Following = -_ scale pleased, on to send application special, map to parties on a large who Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all W.

We have hearty sympathy with the Red Spanish mean business and intend to buy, If they
.1 making; of good roads. The peninsula Porto Rico jh. e
4 ol Florida ha great ueed of such mean VARIETIES : Smooth Cayenne JACKSONVILLE FLA 'ZJT Agent for William & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders 10Uclted-
Titusville Fla.
of transportation. Good road save a ,

I great deal of expense, bring property Golden Queen, Very Truly, aurora Cto Fenster.

: Into the market at an advanced price, El tile tiby.Lr --=
a promote sociability, and pay. Florida L K. MINN, .'....'. .. O. VAMAMMSGHAM.' *: Tr....

I Is. also a field for trolley road, which Orders now taken. All flrst- HOGS.
ran be constructed and operated much
more economically than steam road class plant, and early delivery. Applyto Notary Public 4: Insai***
Your respectfully, G. C. MATTHAMS, TITUSVILLE '
Incorporated Ortotwr. 11I1N-S_.* to K. KJMMIHI C*.
JOHN M. Feuius
: Florida Pineapple Co., Florida Real Estate Exchange
Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber ,
West Palm Beach, Fla.
ll MELBOURNE, FLA., June 13: '05. Kept constantly on hand. Also special bill. of Ceiling, Flouring and unmatched
umber dressed to onto. Barrel head and cover and cypress tank of all size
Kdttori ddrocateGentlemenI :y Write u* for descriptive price list.
: Lemon and made a* called for. All Kinds Of XOOldingS, Turned and Scroll Work a
take Invitation and Orange.
jour ptCialty. One of our firm I II a contractor and builder of bDDY1e&n' experience POSTOFFICE BOX 1110.--
a.y1 am In favor of a shell road from
TANUAKU VARIETIES. to make estimate and take contract for the construction MELBOURNE Brevard Co. FLA.
one end of Brevard county to the other. so thAt we are prepared ,
I have bad some experience with team, Buds and Scions For Sale. and building of all kind of private and public edifice on reasonable term and inthe ----!!"'"

and If we had had such a road last year I am prepared fnrnUh, eye> bu.!., UraD,. most satisfactory manner. fall and see u* before purchasing elsewhere.

it would have saved me $-HX! >. A* It U, sad Ixiu.m,M f 1 per loo. *\ per l...... Nu IOMhu -_ Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.A .
I it U enough to make a man mad who tat at my one ton a l bioue..ad rat'*. Gnprult *-
$"> l.uw. tans ,
bud lee
ha to drive a team from Eau Gillie\ to letm.a eye and OnM* >frull per wl. m.ice tcriulokl: ipraruiJtxr
the south tide of the St Lucie river. Nr IJHM No diwouni OB Uric Lumber and House Building Materials 4-
i t Not only will it wear a team and wagon : dn If.r'l.; ... All bud sail triMi sins FULL LINE OF -- ,

out, but unless a man I II built good and poi good paid order.to Hair yea. rs.jr c.d.U: ..rmt-h..you thorughly Is- :
strong It will shake him all to piece nodnuu all dens la. K t..f.i-tUin a-. ** Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Hails a aa
People, a* It U, dread to settle any urad. Tnut Ch with Order. Hand at ,
your onion lor future delivery, *o 1 may lw |>raired *'
distance from the postofttre or railroad la All urdra bust when ....&ed. list your Bonders'
I Utlons. I will do all 1 can to get the l iud. and scions from reliable aourr**. Hardware

I proposed road. I have not beard of any Add.... : C. 8. BrRULSS.Kltcnld .1.tlYT1IOwy'r XROS.,

opposition la this part of the county: *. Calif. Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Special\ )
and feel cure the voters will say "y ea fiorldsR.retesre: O. H. Norto a, U. 1>. Till- THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE FLA
when vote It."olln ford F. W. asvsrs, Uustli. Fla.Cahluroia .
ia almost to a man they on ; lUforeiwIrani:* Grocery Rank, C. F. PADDISON, -
I \ truly, T, K. ABoll. f. M.. M. H. \an Fist, wee. rarfo watch, Clock ud Jewelry Repairing <0 fI,.
EDWIN NELSOX. a:x|>rM ....&. Kivvnkd,,Cmhf. TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU GALL1E: