Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00137
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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00137
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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01.10 No. 21. FLE1., F'R.IDA.Y' JTJ2STE G8, 1895. Price, 5c.


-Senator G. S. Hardee, of Rockledgc, -Mr. S. N. Gl.tdwln Is now enjoying Condemnation Cases. Off to Rfccajn- ,.

was In town a short while Tuesday. himself on a bicycle.Do /
Messrs. Mendel, Froscher and Burchfiel Senator Gsaovar, Capt It. Mar ()Ufl.
,.J -Mr.. M. E. Gruber, after spending a not forget! the Fourth of July
as viewers In condemnation cases for the lion. Feed S. Morse and Mr. Oo. F,
few days In town, returned to Fort sports next Thursday
the Flagler railway, left here yesterday Miles, manager of the East Coast Line $
Pierce on Monday, -Several articles crowded out of
are morning for various places south. Dr. Canal A Transportation Cow, passed
Geo. L McDonald the efficient and this Issue for want of
space W. S. Graham accompanied them. Theyare through here, Tuesday, en route t.
popular treasurer of bade county, has Monday was the hottest day this expected home to-morrow night. Blscayne Bay.

been on a visit to Key West. year. The temperature reached W3*.

-Col. D. L. OinloVn has been In Jacksonville -Mr. Frank W. Hawthorne, former 1'urclinic of nil l lnn
a couple of days this week- editor of the Times-Union, was In Brook- a

stopping at the Carleton hotel. lye, N. V., this week. A gentleman who called at the An\n- On another page will l lit found the new

i pr. Ns r f.PywcueyRwEdrjbi -Mr. John C. Jones, who has been 111 -Mr. E. L. Brady and daughters are CAn: office this wcvk, Informed tint atur< feel like awhilt! of old
enjoying O<'t' n.
for some time past at his uncle's, at St. Julia Tuttle of Fort 1I1111.'lI-one
now snugly ensconced In their fine new Mrs It Is a very reasonable rate-only f 1,00
Lncle, Is again In town, looking as well residence on the river bank. of our sllhl\'rlbel'll-ha,1 purchased Virginia to :New Smyrna, and fl.2to: Daytona; or

as ever. -Mr. C. B. Cory, the well known hunter Key, the little Island, lying between Ditnoud from Tltunvlllo, and our river

T. W. Lund Is having sundry naturalist and member of Canaveral Norris and Bear cuts on Blscayno Bay, r"lIhlt'ntllllhout.l take advantage of It.

Esr4 9wri'coTfir '. Alterations made to his property-the Club, expected: to sail for England this recently owned by E. I. White With a Fourth of-July--IXcurxlon- Kate

Lund Hou e. The balcony and verandas week. knowing wink, lie asked us who she
Via (Ito .i., T. .V IC. W.Kallnay. ,
also It for. s.tyeth not.
bought Deponent
being lengthened considerably
-Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold .

e -Some of our boys now think the divine service on Sunday next: the 30th

breeze t on the wharf Is not quite so lust, at Courtenay, at 10.JO: a. m. and Gono to the Itoacli. The Jacksonville Tampa Key West

I strong has it has been during the past 7:30 p. m. railway ,,11111.11 tickets im July 'ml: ant

few weeks, so they will return to other A )party of eleven left hero on Monday nnd 4th at one fare for the round trip|
Mr. Geo. H. Reed the late
Mich tltkrts good to return time
\fields. Who spoke tMr. morning on board the sail boat Lizzie any III'to I
manager of Canaveral Club, will leave and Including July 7th.
and Mrs. Frank Sharp, owners Boston In a few days' time, on a fishing II., bound for the leach opposite oak

of Hotel Coronado, Coronado Beach, accompanied trip to Vermont and Maine. Hill, where they Intended spending a Kxtonslou: of the Flakier. Ralltvny. -

i: THE "ADVOCATE" NEW BRICK BUILDING. I by a large party of ladies and -We hear that Mr. Bcnj. Hogg, of week enjoying themselves bathing, fishing .
the ADVOCATE turtle hunting and having a go..1time
, gentlemen, gave a pleas- Waveland, has: purchased the schooner
ant call on Saturday last. generally. They took everything Quite large numlx of colored lalnir-
Manatee from Peter Larson whomwe
Itcnd This!' Column Carefully. Capt. with them necessary to their comfort, ers have passed through Titusville this
LOCAL -We acknowledgo receipt of a 42- recently referred to as having bought
and expected: to make their headquarters week, en route to West Palm Beach, to
Lnd Topics of General Interest. page semi-illustrated pamphlet on "Pro her In Titusville. at the House of Refuge. Among! the work on the extension of the KlaglcrRailway
THE EAGLE CIOTIIINO STORE In the which Vice-President Parrott
tection from Lightning, from Prof. ,
The Misses Prudence and
ADVOCATE block, Titusville, are the Mark W. Harrington, chief of the United Georgette party were Mr. and Mrs C. I. Schuylerand rays will go south to Blscayne hay all
[,d.t, and General Oomilp In connection loading clothiers on the East Coast of Brittain, of Jacksonville, who have been two children, Mrs. W. M. Woodward soon as the 'people along the route have;
with Indian River and Lake Worth secI Florida. Give them a trial. States Weather Bureau, Washington, D. spending several weeks with their grand the Misses Jennette and Annie given the right-of-way,

I tloni during punt week.. Brief mention. of C. father, Capt J. H. Smith, returned home Piuldlson, Mildred<< Woodward, Susie

I llntemtlng tithe World Events|t About from People Various You Know Parts STOP watches at Anthony Bros. -Miss Estelle Ellis, who came here, yesterday, much to the regret of the Gladwin, Ruth Woodward and Mr. Dick TIIH MUSICAL?.

find People Ton Don't Know Picked Monday, from Klssimmee, now occupiesthe many friends they made while in Titus Gladwln.

I ip by Our Society Editor. WIIEKE to stop. See list of hotels on position of operator for the Western ville. A great many of our boys will The entertainment given by the Ladles'

our 7th page.A Union Telegraph Co., rice Mr. W. Cox anxiously wait for their return from A Jolly Party, Guild of St Gabriel's Episcopal: church

I Tht meet pleasant men to meet your: eyes, resigned. Mr. Cox has been appointedto Jacksonville later In the season.A Tuesday evening, was a decided success
An the who liwayc.dvertiee.They both financially and otherwise, There
men m,I. line of Munyon's Homeopathic ,
I alvars! tell you trade fret-rate, Remedies atCHAFFEE a position at Tampa.Mr. force of men are at work beyond Quito a jovial party from Coronado 'was a large attendance, and the programme

I For convincing ads they uee Instead of"bait. Co., Druggist, E. O. Ely, of Rochester, N. Y., the terminus of the East Coast Line, going and New Smyrna arrived In town on : was an excellent: I ono. Space,
allow Into at
Titusville, Fla. came down here last week to make In- south, cutting the right-of-way and Saturday afternoon on Capt. J. P. Tur- will not us to enter
but to the time
:- JOB PRINTING at this office. quiries into the death of his brother, preparing to grade the road bod. The ner's naphtha launch Ozone, and Immediately loft the hall he noticed that I -

-Mr! L. C. Demaree, of the New DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at I Mr. Lallue P. Ely, and to see after the men are those of Contractor Cabot and made for the ADVOCATE office, A cornet duet, "What are' the wild<
other the ADVOCATE office. insurance on his life. lie left here,Monday Manager Clay, and It Is generally believed where they amusod themselves viewing waves saying," by Mrs Williams and Dr.
'myrna Lighthouse, gave us Craven was well received and applauded.Mrs. .
morning en route homo. line will be at extended to be therein. ,
I' that the once as the various things soon
call Satur- Ih her
nends In town a pleasant on F. W. Miller song,
|lay last Fon first class shoemaking and repairing -Mrs. E. S. Wiley and Miss Mamie far as the lands of Florida Pineapple Among those who give us a pleasantcall "Di'earns," was loudly tnriirtil, and situ
call J. A. at Mr. Nolle'sold
on Daughtry Wiley left here Saturday last, for Valdosta Company. Whether the road will go on were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sharp, certainly deserved It, for her singing
stand Titusville Fla.
-The Rev Stuart Martin, of Holly .
Ga. They will spend the summerat from there It Is Impossible to learn at the Mr. and Mrs F. C. Austin, Mrs. Strother was excellent.
111) preached at St Gabriel's Episcopal The recitations by Mr. Sweet very
1 WHITE duck pants at Kline's, at the Indian Springs, Atlanta, and other time of going to press....!Tropical Sun. Smith, the Misses Nell Sharp) Flo. ninth ploasod the audience;* and she, n*
burch. Sunday last, to fairly large conjurations -
lowest price ever offered before. places In Georgia, and may not return to Another of those cheap excursions Sharp, Annie Roddey<< Lizzie Gardner, Is always tlio case, received an recur

; Titusville until late In the fall, as they passed through here Wednesday, en Julia Call, Mary Mason, Kate F. Spicn- Mr. Sweet Is an adept at the above
ontractor J. A. McDonald and his have to loan In to Mr. King In hi* violin solo, "lleln-
WE now money sums wish to be present at the exposition. route to West Palm Beach There wens gor and Messrs. L. C. Demaroe, John ,
|tile of Palm Beach, have been spend- suit an approved real estate security. Austin Herbert weili, was londly applauded! and had
Send In your applications. Robbing & -People complain about business seven passenger cars, but the colored Sharp, Sharp, to respond. lie Is, undoubtedly, a
gwveral days In St Augustine this Graham Co. being dull, and very little to do. Why folks were In the majority. One man Alfred Sharp, and I J. P. Turner, jr. The violinist of consldeiablo ability and

week. not fill in the time by planting out shade fell off the steps of one of the cars and whole party returned to New Smyin.i skill, and his playing charmed the

-Dr, and Mrs. Chas. II. Rowland, NAPHTHA LAUNCHKS.! A. T. Rose, Mel- trees around your premises, and other- lost the train; while a white woman hada anil Coronado Saturday night. audience.The Instrumental duet by Mrs. ROM-

who have been spending several months bourne, Indian River, will build any wise Improve the look of your gardens ? narrow escape of serious Injury In attempting well Coleman and Miss Mite Brady was

oo their pineapple plantation at Eden, kind of steam or naphtha launch, sailor It not only pleases the eye of a strangerto to board the train while In ICAILItOAIt KXTKNHIOX.: well received.
row boat to order. Write him for I Gardner In her "To
Miss fens ,
are now in New Haven, Conn. estimates. Titusville, but enhances the value of motion. Her body swung In between song
I Market, did herself and I the audience
-Mr J. H. Smith, of Eau Oallie, who your property. Now is the time to do the steps of two cars, but one of the excursionists It may now be considered as settled justice, and I she received a deal of ap

baa been on a trip to Jacksonville andSt MONET. We want money to loan on first It when you are not busy.A luckily pulled her out and that the J., St A. & I. R. R'y will be extended plause.

Augustine, returned home yesterday, real estate mortgages. Teu percent full-blooded Seminole Indian, lifted her.on the steps. from West Palm Beach to some The recitation, "Tlio Hen-pecked Husband
free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden Bay during the ," by Dr. W. S, Graham, was quit
baring stopped over night in Titusville. the point on Blscayno present
from county, was among laughable, and caused many hearty
and West Palm
A Sanders Titusville\
-Mrs "chain Mr. }'}agler'" Intercuts on IJUcnyno year. This extension will have a the audience. Ile received
J. P. Turner and her daughter, Beach, Florida. prisoners sent up with the gang"to laughs from
]KIM Lillie of El Dora, who have been the convicts camp the other day. Hay. beneficial effect upon) the state. It will quite an ovation for bill efforts
for the southern Dr Craven followed with a cornet
Citing Mrs. S. H. Happersett for about WIIEX visit Jacksonville, stop at When will the Indians of Dade be sub be a specially) good thing much
solo width appreciated.
you wa
A telegram from West Palm Beach to of D.ide The of ,
t week, returned home on Saturday last. the Carleton hotel, Bay street The ject to the laws of the state, as other the Times-Union says : "News has just part county. poople Sirs Win. )(. Brown Is always good at

-White and red oleanders that were electric car from the railway station residents? They are not at present been received here of the purchase of West Palm Beach seem to be In doubtas anything she undertakes on the stage

tiled': to the last winter's will land you at the Carleton door In troublesome, but they may become so at the Virginia key by the Flagler Interest. to the effect! of railroad<< extension: and her recitation, "At the Opera," wa
ground by about six minutes. This Is the key forming Cape Florida, at upon their town. There Is no doubt no exception to that rule, for she was
freeze in the garden of Mr. J. O. Walton, almost any time.-Tropical Sun. Biscayne Bay, and Is the present deepwater that the railroad building will ba n greatbenefittolt'eatl'alm heartily applauded by those presentA
bare grown several feet high, and com- 1,000 pairs of shoes at a sacrifice priceat -Palm street was the scene of a gen. entrance Into Biscayne Bay. The the vocal solo, "At last you came to
Kline's Titusville. Tuttle at Fort Dallas and the Beach during me," by Mr. II. T. Titus, was so well
"ttced blooming nearly two weeks ago. eral mix-up of men, bicycles and a horse property, ,
Brickel property, just the other side of present year, and well on Into the ned, rendered that she wa compelled to respond
-1r Gus P. Anthony leaves here for DOUBLE breasted chains at Anthony and buggy, on Saturday night Beyonda the Miami river, has also passed Into because the hundreds of men who will to the enthusiastic greeting ship

Iieorgta Wednesday next, and a couple good shaklng-up and bruising of one Mr. Flagler' hands. The Intention, so be employed will do their trading atVest reel ved.
moo boys Jack- Bros. ot the participants, the smashing of a It Is reported, Is to build a large hotel on Nut followed a performance on the
expect to go as as % Palm Beach, wlihh will Iwt the Messrs.Jlrady .
wheel and the loss of the dash-board of Mrs. Tuttle's property, while on the violin, piano and guitar, by
IOnViUe, Gus is going to see his girl, HAVE purchased two hundred barrels Bricked property a town I Is to I laid out distributing point for the present at and Prltcharu ami Mrs. Coleman
and the others are going on Important slaked lime, and am selling It low. the buggy, everything passed off as well A town Is to be laid out at t'h.I site oi least, for all that territory lying between l which was will received.Mr. .

twines (?). Special prices on large lots. Best as could be expected under the circum- the postoffice Biscayne, a couple of miles Lake Worth and<< Blscayne Bay. As to \ Roswell Coleman rendered tho
thing for new lands.G. stances. This bull-like (head down) racing from Lemon City. There Is a strange song "Hearts" In a very masterly manner
-The Dade County guard. Is the name F. PADDISOX, should not be permitted at night air of mystery over everything and It ii the ultimate effect upon West Palm and his singing wa thoroughly
the new organization Just started atrest I 20-3t Eau Gallic, Fla. Deb to Impossible to get at the truth of Beach, It I* Impossible to pi'edict We appreciated, as wa proved by the loud

Palm Beach, with Jas. T. Sanders, -The Misses Clara and Gertrude anything. But there's business In the have always felt, however, that It would< QptaIlI and Bravo, two bright and Jovial young air." only be a question of time when the The cornet solo, "Blue Bells of Scotland -
Frank E. Brown, lit lleu- To LIT, a fine brick store In the ADVOCATE ," by Mrs. Williams, was so good
isant Titusville. Excellent location ladles from St. Augustine, were pleasant railroad would be extended to Biscayne
Quite a number of West Palm : block, that she had to respond by playing
Beachera have joined already. Possession may be had at callers the ADVOCATE office on Saturday TilE FOUJCTII OF JULY IN Bay, and West Palm Beach would be no "Dixie.:

once. Apply to Bobbins A Grahamor morning last. They said our office TITUHYI U.J-:. longer the terminus. Hiss King followed with a recitation

-Numerous are the applications we C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, was the most cool place they had found West Palm Beach never has secured the name of which we did not learn.
IfCthe from northern people for sample Titusville. A jovial time Is anticipated In Titus A quartette followed by Dr. Craven
that It much neater
was a
that day; much trade from the Biscayne Bay
and Mesdames It W. Rhode, Roswell
and all
tffii'tte ADVOCATE. yUle
This proves next Thursday, July ,
there are still a great many who are TIMES ABE HARD and you cannot affordto and prettier office than the St. Augustine sorts of will be Indulged Thereare region, and probably never will, but It Coleman and Williams, which was loudly -
+b.rxlons to get news from the Indian lose everything. Insure againstfire printing establishments. These young sports will always be a nice town and the cen applauded.At .
"ter cyclones and accident with HALL nine bicycle races on the programmeas this juncture, the majority of the
COlin trr, ladies are here on a visit to the wife of of business on Lake Worth Its location
of Titusville, Fla., representing to tre hall to the
A WEIGHT, well as many other amusement audience left the owing
fml Mr. **. '. Seems came up to town the Liverpool A London A our worthy County Judge M. S. Jones, and visitors.A with the railroad dock and yards, of the weather.Mrs. .
Merritt, Friday In his sharpie- Globe, the Old Hartford and other who accompanied them to our office. delight our townspeople and lying, as It does, opposite a great f1fepdra.f; : Kato Pritchard

Accompanied by Mrs. Nevins, Mr. leading companies tiMrs. LAWS FETE Its business will always be worked like Trojans to Insure the success -
LI.ti winter resort
Haikell Messrs. Lee A Fitzgerald, the government Will be held the grounds of Mr.
Miss J. P. Haskell, Miss on of the entertainment, and a deal of
J e Moore, Miss Hazel Norton, and hull and boiler Inspectors, were Wm. M. Brown on Fourth of July. The considerable, and It will probably be credit Is due them for their efforts.
Ywrs. Chris. Norton and Jeff Nevins. S. II. Dapper'eU and family In town Monday and Tuesday for the lawn will be beautifully decorated and made the county seat some day; and Mrs. Roswell Coleman presided at the

tie "taking In" aU the lights 1 In town left here yesterday for Orlando, on a of Inspecting. the steamer 8. V. Illuminated for the occasion. Balloon while we have never felt that West Palm piano throughout the evening, which
? returned home the purpose ascension, lire( -worke and music by Bar- much
afternoon. her -
same kindness on part was approelated.
Beach would become a large city we
few days' visit to her parents.Mr. White. This Is their last trip to thus, ratta's string band, of Jacksonville, will .
d j:1: jolly of Cocoanut to steamboats and as be the special attractions. feel confident that values of real estate
titd ughtermofMajt r Abram W. T. McCormick, section Inspect ; among After defraying all expenses, there
St Clair for Key West last week, and they are well known on the East: Coast Ice cream, cake, lemonade, sand will not depreciate, and that the town 11'11I. net sum of '1 .lo.
tur mrsied by some lady friends, gave Grove left will miss their wiches and coffee will be served beginning will not fall back, but that It will have a
New York. Florida our people
omc. steamship for of small .
a pleasant call on SaturdayU then took at 0 o'clock p. In. A admission We
afte > It is said thai steady growth for some time to come, Johnnie little son of Mr.
:,;: She said sho idea K. Kenyon Is an amateur Jovial fee ten cent, will be asked to
ra kinrg t P ssessed such a coolno neat -Mr. Chas note and ability. Messrs. Lee A Fitzgerald attended strictly the Jl'ounJ.i; children free. No palm and will probably be to the northern S. J. Field, of Indianola, who has bee

and ; Printing' office as the ADVOCATE, photographer of some the ADVOCATE to business while: on their tours of Inspection will be spared to make the #'*,. the portion of Dade county what TitusvilleIs suffering from the effect of swallowinga
through I The pictures of the Inside of event of the season, and the public generally Indian River In Brevard. That sand spur, coughed It up this week
to the
ear_ tetabU.hmegtuMri. Smith, who office he kindly took for us are exceedingly and gave general satisfactlot I are> cordially Invited. The proceeds much to his relUf. The sand spur t*
.. "n, popular of; weU done, and are a fred! to, daring the Um they ban been making will be for the benefit of StGabriel's l Is all the people of West Palm Beach supposed to bar lodged la his wind.

:t.cs a short while ago, I* Ito Inspection o'f hulls and boilers church, TltMvllte.. oaD eeafbleotly upset pip..
her father at Coronado any amateur.





Clyde Steamship CoN ,

kNIGHTS OF PYTHIASBemlnol Crest Maanlon That Is Cmstneted Batlrelr II
; Without Wod.
*Ixtdge, No *t. holds Its meetings al
the Court bonne, the Unit four Thursday even Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt E E'Tr7
Ings of each month,at(o'clock p.m. were at Newport recently inspecting
8. D. GsioitR: W. H. HARRIK, their new villa, which has taken the .

'C.o. k.ofR.aS place of The Breaker, which, with all

INDIAN RIVER GUARIM. ADDRESSED BY A STRANGER. it* contents, was destroyed by fire three
yean ago. The new house I* a veritable
Tn Drill mlajr M evening the I Armory In the, ttvrr m.nthitIochw'k.county Jtll,every And How Bh. WM Treated by th. Serious palace, and in the matter of cost and

A.T rKATCCataln, Tuna Woman. general appointment I* said to outrank

_. -- -- ... -- .- .- "I had a dreadful experience at Mania any private rammer residence in the 4 .
CHI ItClll:*. ball at the Btavenhagen matinee," said world. Situated high on a point in New-
the serious young woman. "I don't port' famous cliffs, a view from any of
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. know how to relate I&" its windows takes in a marine pictureof

forvlees the fat and 3rd Bnmlajrs In ear "Try," said her aunt And she wenton great attractiveness.' CWo York, Charleston and Florida Lines
month, at II .. m and ?.lop. m. HunilajrschnfriTerj in word something like these The building is of Indiana limestone, ,
Simitar at 3.30' p. m. Evening prayer atp "Well I late at the Music and
: was hall as there is not a particle of wood it
m on Wednesdays Litany seme* ever
rrlday at 10 a. m The first piece was half done, and I was {* claimed to be absolutely fireproof. t=l bd The magnificent Steamships of this Line
Rev B. F BROWS, Rector. harrying in, when a woman I didn't There are terrace all about the house, area>
know and never saw stepped up to me which is practically in three sections HELP IS WANTED pointed to sail as follows :

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. and said, 'I beg your pardon.' main house and two wings. The main by the women who are ailing and at Charleston S. C. Both
'rVinrlce !Bahhath,at 11 s.m. ami T JW ,mBabbath Calling Ways
every p
"Yon don't weak and exhausted.
rh.ml at*:so a. m ChrUtfan fmlea- mean to say she spoke to entrance is toward Law nce avenue, differing, or .
Tor meeting at I:JO p. in., |'rarer meeting yon without an Introduction but there is another entrance from the And, to every ouch woman, help is (1TA1IDARD TIM: ) From

Wednesday to attend 7 jop KEV.m.W.All T.are MALE cordially: lantor Invited. I "Yes," said the other woman, "juHt cliff side within a recess and more at guaranteed by Dr. Pierce' Favorite From((1'1..r. New 29, E.1"ork R.t STEAMER {, .." ...JII.1unn'IIIt'a Ilan,0';IT0e"In

M if Boston Music hall was an Italian tract!ve. Prescription. For young girls Just ;' 61ny" r: :: :.: : ::..: .. '1Hlx2UOl'eF.MINOi.E; ..::::: ThoroIsy Sonda7, June n ,;
railway station
METHODIST CHURCH or a Spanish picture gal In the house are superb carving, massive womanhood at Friday I
entering ; women ..ii." June Lf" m Ai.tiONtlti' Punchy, r
Snrvlcco at Tltniivllle\ everytrotoeeondan.i lery. Wasn't it shocking Of course I pillars of onyx and other marble of the critical change of life ; wo Frldav, T: :: 3.10: : : t CIIEROHEE.Thurst: ::: ay, ; 13 et Il i o ill
third Halinath at II and T Similarwhonl paid no attention to her Then the the delicate shaded 751eufav 1l IM() p .. tJfs"J la tl in at
a m p in pushing most and a wreathof confinement :: : :: ;; ::: :: .. In
I. nursing t
men approaching ; uTueoday a oe p m 1' 10 ,
at 10 clork I a.in every Sunday) ;pwnrtb n e
thing said 'I .
-: :ik.e':: : m. every rl'\ I'rnyer meson bog your pardon, beautiful paintings, which appear to mothers ; and every woman who I :'. tx :: LOS: p m....' ('IIFKKEK i ::.Sunday, 21 u ive ?
; : 11ttN2l'01V. Theralay
T ; Thnnday The public are again more feebly and stood there grin. have no more pretentious office than to I p rldRP, 21 3.00 p m C nTuvafay
cordially Invited to attend our aerncesH ning at in sort of is "run-down or overworked it i ia :: 214 :: p m .... AL00A0i'lv. S.wday, v n e
me a would be amiable form wall or ceiling panels. Alcwuio figures Friday, 2$, : : p m CJIEHOREE :: .: ay. Jul, i ? ,a ,
W LVWLFU, Pastor medicine that builds I
a strength''
The up,
way. thought fiasbed over me and borders abound all of which, t For Jacksonville Direct.
that perhaps she wanted me to buy a aa well as the painting and carvings, t'nll. and regulates: no matter what
i ticket for her. She had on a bat that have boon executed by a corps of Italian the condition of the system.

Preaching. Prayer every Mnetings Knit,wwond every Turn and,fourth Uy evening Sundays looked as if it might bo in its second artist who came here from, abroad purposely It's an invigorating, restorative Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line.

at 7 o:rlork: : Song Serrloe every t rlday evening 1 winter at least" for this work. tonic a soothing and bracing nervine -
at t o rlork Sun lav Hrhool Sunday at
10.. m. All\ are cordlallv Invited every to attend. "I should think yon would have born On the lower floor of the villa, besides and the only guaranteed remedy For the prcaentjand: until further notice, Steamer "YEMASSEE" u mend j
It A. UKIUKK: 1 a..torCATHOLIC afraid she was that burglar in disguise\ the kitchen and pantries, there for "female complaints" and to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from harleston;) IQ
-I mean that Back Bay highwayman, are a dining room, drawing room, billiard
connection Is made at Charleston
CHtRCHBerylres Interrupted the aunt weaknesses. In beai'ing-down sensations Philadelphia,| Sundays with ""IiJt i

at 10 a. m. every Hnnrtar, In hall OY"Inllaa "Do toD is not 'Cranford.' Imaginary It is understood room, reception that the room drawing and a hall periodical pains, ulceration, Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida pouti
River State Bank. Children catechism
I at I p.m. highwaymen in disguise are not a part which i* to be used for dancing when inflammation and every kindred Also.riiiladelphla and Interior points via Philadelphia.
RET J. F. O'HOT IB,Rector of our literary traditions, dear aunt. '" occasion demands, may not be opened ailment, if it ever fails to benefitor

retnrned the other woman firmly this season ; at least the appearance are cure, you have your money back.
Y.M.C.A. 'However, I turned to the box office now that it cannot be completed for
The regular Sunday afternoon prayer meeting after looking at her in haughty Vcre some months. It lion the north side of Dr. to St. Johns River Line.For .
of the T. M. C. A. will be held every Hundayafternoon de-Vere way that thought would make the structure, and is its largest apartment Sage's Remedy promises
at 4-on p. m., at the Presbyterian cure Catarrh permanently.
church jntll further notice.HAMIH her instantly, bat no. When I bought taking np the entire space at the your
ticket there she -- -- -------- -- .
stood still --
my with left of the hall aa one enters. Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on I
---- --- ---- -- ----
that feeble smile still wandering over The dining room is marvelously ap Duchess VmMf Dad Invertmeot.M. .

CLOTH. her face. 'I beg your pardon,' she began pointed, the altitude being two stones I Paul de Cassagnao has been saying the St. Johns River.Stottmor .

for the third time. of the house proper. Its window are that it was the Comte de Paris, and

A Fabric Wlilch lit Coining Into "I should think yon would have very high and arched above, and then not the Duchess d'Uzeft, who furnished
General Use called for help," exclaimed her aunt there are smaller super window Everyone :120,000 to the Bonlangist committee : EV'org1a.d.o,
"The idea of one woman speaking to of those opens upon a side terrace, to enable it to overthrow the republio CAPT. ,V, A. SHAW
Ballniakers. another woman like that in Boston I from which, especially during the usual and restore the monarchy. This, writes
Why, anybody would think this I to fail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 m.,
Adrian Wilson, the well-known Doe- was dining hours, a grand view of the ocean oar Paris correspondent is not true. pointed p. returning Paris, and we on the ere of the French may be obtained. The wall of the dinIng The duchess, after she struck np a Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at S:00 a. m
ton sallmaker, In speaking a few day revolution.! "
did do?
yon room are principally of Italian mar friendship with General Boulanger,
ago of the Defender'. lighter canvas to "Looked at her But not knowing me ble, with here and there an embellish' thought of using him as another Monk. SOUTH Real J': ;::D. 8CHEDl'LE. I \011TH Read IuH1D.up

a New York Sun representative said he never quailed. She only said: 'I ment of mosaic work or tiling. Theyare She brought him into relations with her Leave 8.30 ......... ........... ........ .. Arrive 9.aiLa&L6
that our new cup defender' jib topsail; beg your pardon. I was going to offer however, divided into sections by royalist friends talked him round and ...... ... .......... ...:::::........ ... ...... Levee eIep 1
one of the best seats in the house ,, SAO f. E. ...........:...........:Z gtt.. .. ........:........... Iio p
would be made of ramie cloth. As both yon onyx pillars, which support heavy arches then went abroad to confer with the ., 1.30 .... ..... ...... ..... ............. ....... .. 1 w L t
the Valkyrie Ill's and the Defender' free, as I have an extra one, and the high above, the coloring of which 1. Comte de Paris on her scheme. She did II.M a. m. ........ .... ........... Heresford.................. .... .... .. 1200 ton

head sails will be made of this cloth, lady who was coming to join me at the old gold, bronze and pink, blending delightfully not at once succeed. When she did, the Arrive w em e.30a.m a. m: :::::::::::::::,:::::::: I.tR'I: }';: :: :::::::::::::::::: :::: :: Sous nLa:

some additional facts about this new door has evidently' been kept at home by and prettily carved. Comte de Paris used very guarded lan .. 9.2.' a. m. .......... ............ .....Ent..fJlrtllt.. ............ ...... .... .. .3011. .
the weather. Aunt I I came very near The dining room ceiling is a series of guage. He refused advance "behind"

material for sails will untoubtedlYI.roveof smiling, but I hope I kept my self control paintings within a rich framework I General Bonlangor, but was willing to Cen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.

Interest to yachtsmen. as I passed on, though I know by formed by the arches. The central design act in a parallel direction-another example M. H.CLYDE,A.T. M.. F.M iBOHMOhOER,JR.,Fla Pain. Agt.,.
The following concerning: ramie Is the way that woman was laughing to i* an ethereal figure driving three of his proneness to split hairs 5 Howling Green, \ew York. 88 West Day St.Jacksonville
from E. A. Posselt's "Structure of borself that she felt that I came very white horses, with ribbons, through the He also laid that he could not furnish THEO O. EOaLa.T. M, Jso' L. HOWARD Fla.Fr't Agt..
near-oh, shockingly near I l-epeaHngto clouds. t Howling Green,:New York Foot 8t,Jacksonville!
Fibres, Yarns and Fabrics, a standard The picture is about 10 by 5 feet way and mean for a Bonlangist coup Hogan
work on the manufacture of textile her and saying thank yon without an The other picture are smaller and rep- d'etatIn A.COLEIGeneralU'aaB..nger| J.A LESLIE,Superintendent
fabrics introduction. But thank heaven, I re- resent children garlanding flower At answer to this the duchess offeredto 5 bowling Green, New York. Foot Hogan Bt.Jacksonville
: silted the temptation I"-Boston Transcript D. D. C. MINK O t. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue, I'bll del|,hlaWM. .
one end of the is immense fireplace advance
room an :120,000 on the Comte de
"Ramie Is a specimen of the nettlebmlly. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents,
It is a native of East India, __________ the letting of which i* in conformity Paris' bond. He here eluded incurring It So. Delaware Philadelphia. aDowlingGreen,New Tork.
III Great Lack. with the other appointments of a recoverable debt signing a paper in
China and Japan, but at present experiments While hunting near Salmon river recently the apartmentThis which he bound himself and his heirs

are being made rather extensivelyIn Sidney Woodard fired at and dining hall promise to become to repay the money, but be made the

our country's gulf states (especiallyIn killed a partridge, and on crossing the famous, bat no more so than Mr. Van recovery of the throne the condition.

the vicinity of New Orleans) to cult) river where the bird fell he stooped to derbilt's billiard hall adjoining it Its The bond was witnessed by a numberof Southern

vate till* fibre. The actual Introductionof pick it up, when something warm and decoration appear to be on an oriental prominent Orleanlsts, who went into 1111IL! _

It Into this country dates back to the of a mucilaginous consistency fell upon plan. Everything is mosaic, in which the Bonlangist plan of campaign and
year 185V"The I his head. This be soon found was! the artist have brought about some superb headed the "parallel action. According -

plant, *when fully attainsa honey, and upon examination discovered creations. Tie color are generally to The Tempo, they were the Due ')J.Railway
that the bullet from his gun had penetrated dark, black and the brown being usedto de Chartres, the Marquis de Beanvoir
height of from 4 to 8 feet and Is
a marked degree. The is Comte
-a bee tree after passing through room square.It de Man. General Comte de Mar
rounded with Urge ovate accumlnite the partridge. lie returned to the house walla are broken into panel by timprey and the Marquis de BreteniL ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
leaven, which are green above and whitIsh and secured three large tubs and two heavy moldings, while its ceiling ia The duchess made a bad investment

or silvery beneath, the fibre being milk cans and some pails, all of which divided into dome and concave surface for the situation of the Orleanist party
formed In the bark surrounding the he filled with honey by arches and borders in relief. In this is now hopeless.-London New THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

stalk, which haa pithy tenter. Similarto While securing the honey he noticeda room every inch of walla and ceiling i*

China grass It Is of rapid growth, peculiar movement of the tree, which mosaic, and the designs, it i* claimed, A Coeducational Problem. COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARl

seemed to expand and subside at Inter. are all original For some time past there ha been avery
from two to five
Adjoining the billiard room and occupying ,
niL Passing to the other aides wide noticeable lack of harmony betweenthe
according to climate and soil, without seam was apparent and he learned that with it the whole southern side male and female portions of the

replanting the tree was hollow From this he succeeded of the house i* a reception room or 11. freshman class of Boston university
"The method for obtaining the fibre, in extracting 82 coons, which brary. Its walls it ia said, are to be Both side claim that they have been QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

as practiced by the natives In East India, had takea op winter quarters therein, hung with tapestries. The general style misused

a China and Japan, I. splitting and scrapIng the peculiar movement of the tree having of the room has, however, not get been The young ladle date their grievances North wad :IDa... North Aud mmt

the plant steins and then steeping been caused by the united breathingof developed. from the time of the college social, when NO. ...
them. As this method Is very tedious a the coons. The hall 1* in the center of the house they say that not only did they have to ALL mm DAILY 41L ALL TRAM DAILY. "
Nor was this all of his remarkable and is spacious. From it, through many serve themselves refreshments, but when
machine and process are wanted to accomplish great doors, the be N... w.13tYe, ..c..r_. LT, JMtooarUU, r 0 P.rwott .. m
adventure, for on attempting to cross drawing room may the time came for closing the young -ft, .. _. K ,
this labor .id J I tilE Mn&era .
quickly a automatically the river the ice gave way, and he was entered on the left, the dining room directly men went home, leaving them to find : aauk to IN 113.
The ordinary rotting ahead and the billiard and olrmkM. kothem.r Of /
processas obliged to swim for a short distance. reception their way home alone. In consequence lr. rlotM | /Nsshl0at
used for 'flax, Is not sufficiently effective When he arrived at his home, he had rooms on the right Its height II of this the girls of '98 sent but very few : ::: : : aopn: : *arte0 d o",.,..,.. Ty t p

since the succulent n.Uuie of the about 45 speckled trout in his coat pock. limited only by the root of the structure "klatsch" invitation to the members : oilreo.l.La :. 10 tau II I mum Ar, ._, 8onth.m. il oil'aT ..
stem and the great amount and acridity eta, and a few had found lodgment in and a gallery run completely of their own cJa L to h.0 Tork, to .:: UMpm 420 am L Lost, Cairo 8h LloelA Mao yy -

of the gummy matter cause rapid coagu his boot.-Watertown Standard. around architectural it at feature the second story The The boy tell a very different story *.AaheTllU Boatham...,,. ,, ? ,,., 610pm Ar-. $Memphis ansY City I.CM. B, 10 00 pmlioot- .....
and decoration -
lation and la-come Insoluble on They say that at the social there were
exposure An Ombalon. are grand while the staircase and bal only about ten men from '88, while
to the air. "Remember, boys," said the teacher, ustrade show some remarkably fine carvings. there were at least 60 girl.. They say For full laformatlon apply to any Agent of this great Railway
"In East India, China and Japan, the "that in the lexicon of The hall i unfinished
bright youth a* yet that they spread themselves a* thin .. System, or its connections.
fibre Is manufactured not only Into cord there' no such word as fail" After a Mr and Mrs. Vanderbilt recently returned possible, buS that they were utterly unable .

age, nets and similar coarse fabrics, but few moments a boy raised his hand. from Europe, where they purchased to properly care for so many. As to *. A. TURK! fc A. BEN3COTER $. H. HARDWICK

Is also used for the construction of some "Well, what is It, Socrates asked the some of the most expensive furniture I seeing the young ladies home it is 04Ker.iraM.Ac.nl. rt.a.It. Pa... Age"&. Aes't O.n'l 1'.... Af.nt

1 of their most beautiful textile fabrics. teacher."I and tapestries that the old world known that one man started off witb WAtHINttTON.. HNOXVILLC, TtNN. ATUMTAeA

On the European continent and In England was merely going to suggest" replied could produce.-New York Time even under his wing. They came to a
the youngster, "thai if such is the parting in their way Three went one W. D. ALLEN
the has also been woven Intoa A Batt .
case it would be advisibl to write to way and four the other. Just then the
great variety of fabrics, since It can be the publishers of that lexicon apd call A bat' wing i i., in short, a hand with fellow discovered bat 20 cent in his Florida Passenger Agent

dyed In any color, and rivals silk In their attention to the omission."-Chicago very long finger, and with the skin pocket and he "took to the woods. 212 West Day Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
brilliancy. Elite. stretched between them so as to form a The
upshot of the
matter is that amen' LIllY (oath IRAQ
"Another feature greatly in favor of flying membrane. Of course the exag club 1* to be formed by the men __
Fumed UIm.
this fibre Is Its remarkable strength and gerated length in each joint in fingers of 93 to protect themselves against
SbYou were behind me at the play show how any
I long time bat
durability. It Is also the textile fibre very a attack from the other side of the house
last night weren't ? Bow did
yon you must have taken develop his band into -
Boston Journal.
least affected by moisture With referonce enjoy it? *o specialized a form, but a hand it WE DELIVER

to spinning, ramie can be used lie-I thought it was one of the prettiest still remain. in underlying structure, Straight bodied, breasted coats, ." ." .

either alone or in conjunction with cot ones yon ever wore.-New York and it still retains a most handlike peculiarity with enormous sleeves, velvet collar and

ton, wool, silk, or flax: for the manufacture Herald in the separate thumb, which plain stitched lapels, are liked for ordinary

of textiles In which elasticity Is not form no part of the wing, but i* used spring wear. A Piano Organ
The Central railway of Peru or
essential."Ramie. the Andes at a place 15,635 foot above by the animal in many case, a* a hookor A dress of white broadcloth, with aUf
bent finger to hang itself up by. () the seam trimmed with
has three times the strength level very narrow
sea an elevation to that of
equal -T
A thumb. rairw' mvmirml. la far too I rnchiuffs of oinked oat and.tllait8d. txtra.to Yarn YEAnF.ST n.r13"n.vv. o" ...n._. _...... __'_.. .ntl1t .ub1ect
of Russian hemp, while Its filaments can the summit of Mount Blano. valuable a possession to be readily givenup i* one of the novelties- --- -- I to approval after a-trial ln3rouron- houwy A ;money; requTred: ; until 'yon;:n
be almost to the fineness of
silk.separated The average value of ramie, either Captain Wlggin. an English expert i and the bat have stuck to theirs The cape i* the popular garment for thoroughly atUfled Our prices are M low any house ha the United State II
declares that the Transaiberian our terms
railway with creditable are to reasonable
Imported (including transportation and persistence, even when the season, and while it continue fullit anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument
between St Petersburg and Vladivostok I
the rest of their hand ha been
duty) or American grown material I* 9cents practically U leas so than the model shown at The Celebrated CONOVER. ,
per pound." 7,000 tulles long, will be the lout by conversion into an expand the beginning of the Mason. The Renowned FISCHER. PIANOS.
Recent improvements In the manufacture most marvelous railway system in the ed flying organ. One other feature still The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I
The of the
parasol baa little
of ramie make Its uae possible In world. more strikingly display the underlying season And KINGSBURY.
sails. The duck made from It will between the ourselves I new to recommend it It is well made,
yacht Existing decision seem to favor the kinship bat and '
neither stretch nor shrink, and Is strong Idea that any town can insist on all in spite of long divergence; the female conservative, handsome and plain, in ORGANS0", AeIlon' Farrand Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE

er when wet than when dry. It has not passenger train stopping at IU depot bat ha her breast ia the same position some instance plain to severity

so smooth a surface as the cotton duck equal to let passenger on and off. Should a* in our own race which giftlll her, Hat trimming ready made to put on Brass and small Instruments, Music and Boob. Write u'i; we will .."'O0"
but can be made lighter with I this finally be enforced generally itwill mail a* he .., when looked full in the are furnished In the shops Some of mon y.

of-war strength.have The been sails made for from the French it for men-sev put an end to the running p{ any face, a singularly human and almost : these are made of plumage, others of The A. 33.
tola like the ribbon algreU, flowers and ornament Campbell Co.,
i l oresent fast trains. pathetio aspect-OornhlU Maftaine ., ..
anti .
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ialff. THo..I.O'B.lu. lfil.edekepPly CwteeC"Mickey r

g, N" 1 Milton woks quiet and troerrrd in conversation I

FLORIDA. but thoroughly refined; and
fORT PIERCE + + well bred.

fvhole l and Retail Dealer la 1 Mantis Anrelins was mid to b*' the i = -

politest Roman emperor who ever anton

INDIAN.RIVER TWEED'S FAMOUS CLUBHOUSE. the throne. :Eerfcot: Eo.scen.ger: Service.

Dante was solitary in his habit, and I

H.. OYSTERS, TURTLE & Gold Celna In the Mortar, the Flagpole ..adthe by his austerity chilled most of those I ou'blo 3Ddil3T 'Jro.in.o.:
Famous Carpet. whom be noel

-- GAME. Mr. E. G Buedict's negotiations for Henry Mil ate with his fingers, and MoDuff-Cannlns Flannigan,

Lls Dealers the purchase of the Indian Harbor hotel when hungry would Uk up his victualsand prepare ter die, fur wit one swipe ol Unexcelled Pullman .Equipment .;i, i-{w

Lines and Supplied. property at Greenwich Conn., bare re- swallow them in handfuls at a time. me trusty blade-and if I miss yet den

HOUSE: West Palm Beach Fla, called many stories about the Americtm Alexandra:: Dumas wa gruff to most won't be a tree lef standin In die par) ------ i

pICH club and William M. Tweed. Among person, but when he-felt in a good humor of dee forest I i

ire William M. Tweed's nearest friends it could be as polite as dancing mae Mr. Flannigan-Say, Mac die ain't Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston.

apaIIbG WM known that two men used to accom- I ter. no woodohoppln contest, nor baseball Q

fessional Cards pany him almost everywhere M assort Mozart was accustomed' to good society game. Die is a broadsword contest for 2 II II to Montgomery / '
-1 point Now, mark met When I leads ,
of bodygnard. Tweed always had a all his life and had pleasing manners
Roanm WALTEE 8. QBABAM. horror of being stabbed and a feeling and address. Be charmed everyone Marguerite Martin tar de altar, I'm go- It II II to Tifton

JOBBLV3 4 GRAHAM, that some enemy was waiting an opportunity he metTitian in ter wear yer scalp for a necktie. 80,
lay on, MoDnff. I'm donned if I kin
kew to thrust knife
Io11n a lntVYis abdomeD. his wife.It .
wa polite even
ATTORXETS-AT-LAW, I ever take a Muff!-Trath. These trains through Pullman
.. n These men were instructed to protect is said he never entered her room carry -

tt eat LCI DOCKS:-From 10 to 12 a. m.,, I him one on each side, and, In without bowing and always rose when The territory of the Spartans com

t1irz and 2 to 4 p. m.TrrrsTiLLE walking in a crowd, to keep a few pacesin she entered his.Raleigh's prised a district about equal in size to to New York Washington Philadelphia,
Brevard Co. Florida. front of him. One of these men was
''t !:, ,
courtesy in throwing hi* Delaware.
it l'v) toLine 1101,108 an oyster man, whose home was in Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
in the mud for Queen\ Elisabeth
|tU practice In aU the court*-.ute and fed Greenwich, and he was not only Tweed's Germany, with 911,000 square' miles, l
I to step on was characteristic of his is about the combined size of Nevada St. Louis
t faithful Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and
m t oUl facllltlci for examining and perfect.- friend, but his valet as well usual behavior toward ladies. ,
and Colorado.The .
e" He died not long ago.
P" Money to Loan.MORTOX. Not many of the guests who have Julius Cansar owed his death to an territory of ancient Troy and that Chattanooga f

wandered through the drawing room of Incivility. He neglected' to rise when I of the District of Columbia are equal,

FORGE W. the Indian Harbor hotel in the last 24 the senate! showed him some honors, 70 square miles. .t

years have known the history of the and the rudeness was resented Little Switzerland has but 15,000

Inten ,I NOTARY PUBLIC, wonderful carpet beneath their feet, and George III, so f*r from being the ferocious square miles, or about the size of Maryland

stun rl GlI yet it is so famous that men interestedin tyrant described in the Declaration and Delaware.
\ ivwoml, .' Canaveral, '. Florid.
"I jilt the production of such fabrics have of Independence, was as gentle as has miles
Sicily nearly 13,000 ,
|c mvcyanclng carefully executed. traveled hundreds of miles to examine a child to all with whom he came in square ltlaeeaohu-
pointitson about the combined area of
d i, mOl'tte8.: : Satisfaction ctc., it. It was made in Brussels! in 1870. It contact setts and Counecticut 1

blanks on band was one entire piece and the loom upon Berlioz"a* generally courteous, but q (en\ r
and Nebraska of
nearly {
Uruguay are
which it wax woven had to be made expressly : so abstracted that he often forgot all
the size, the former having 73,
for its manufacture. With all same
: about his surroundings and allowed the
I JiNOH S. JONES, the pounding and thumping and dane conversation to lapse simply because he I 000, the lattor 70.000.

ing of the multitudes that for nearly a had forgotten all about it.

A TTORYEY-A T-LA W.rr quarter of a century have used it it is Madison made it a point to touch his I
still bright and thick. There was a good The Globe Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia
| >'VILLE BREVARD CO., FLAunty hat to nE'ryobewho bowed to him, and ,
deal of talk about this carpet in the
the front part of his bat brim was e
I Judge of Bievard County. palmy days of the Tweed ring and worn threadbare in consequence of I .

some members of the club did not agree this punctiliousness. Louis Globe-
with Tweed about the purchase of sc Democrat. t: 1
Notary expensive a floor covering. It was only to

Tweed's persistence and the carelessnesswith STAGE GLINTS.
which he spent money that finally

i lJ Ifa" ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, settled the matter. Leonora Bradley may play in "In OldKentuoky" The INN, Port Tnmpa, open all the )"('a1'.
that next season. I
"I floor
via practice I In all the Court of the State want something on
Fi:lorhla,and the United State* Court. said he one day "that will last as longas "The Prude's Progress" is the title

:Ul'lD.up 1'0 Bui,23S. TITU8VILLE, FLA. the building does. There shall be no of Jerome K. Jerome' new play. ,

:Money to Loan. u seams in it, so that when it is cleanedit
Kahn and Myers will next season produce

,]%0 .. .. can be raised to the roof, edge" up Frank Harvey's "The Land of the The Plant Steamshipi l Line 1

p a. TOME REYNOLDS, and beaten from the windows. Living "
pas It is said that this beautifully woven
n Dona Margaret Robinson has been engagedby
has boon taken off the floor
lOLLilL. .. ATTORN EY- T-LA W. carpet and that it never lies just as it was originally Charles Frohman to play the leading I> r o"t"" ; liixiai'ioiiM. J* loimiMliip J""
co.a'vllle_ taoked down in the spring of 1871. It part in "The Fatal Card" next season. Six hnne-pnwpr, marine weight! t.VMIw. epaoereloired |

Hutchinson Avenue cost a great deal of money and the import "Trilby" "Thrilby" "Frilby" and :-Ell:$ Inchee.Manufaetnrrrsof in the fSoul luM'iiVii < el.....
Twill Be. When will it end Thereis the moet Perfect Reliable
tusville, duty upon it was very large. No and buonnmU Motor for Ijtunclie and Yacht.
Florida. one but Tweed really knew what it did Too Much Trilby-Too Much Trilby. In the mark. Ka: ..r to mart,run until Mopped! Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa, f
tern.leFU.] with very little attention; also builders ol 2
cost except perhaps his 8OOretary,Cbarles Reah Starr has joined Joseph Calla- launches complete. and stationary motor Key West and Havana -- -

tTOWELL TITUS Hall, and probably be will never telL ban's "Faust" company to play Mar IIKNJ 'W JFROMR) ,

The nap still gives beneath one's feet guerite for a special season of font Sole Agent: for Hrevanl std lining Hi I u<.(le'<,>'*r:.la. | Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

''leFIa ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. and the colors are as fresh and brightas weeks. Catalogue and price on applli'atlon. -

Practice In State and Federal court.. Land when Tweed and his satellites made. What is the correct title of Odette -- ---- U. w. WKKXX I'oswnBcr Traffic Manager,
'Iet a ipeclalty. Attorney for Board of the room ring with merriment and sipped Tyler's novel It ha been announced

ork. 'nnty Commissioners, and County Solicitor. champagne beneath the glitter of the "Bess," "Bass" and "Boss the Vir- Savannah, tin.
Ii BoxM. TITCSVILLE, FLA., great chandeliers. At the corners of the ginian. DOUGLAS _.
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carpet are tiger heads, and underneathone Maurice Barrymore baa newly distinguished $3 SHOE ''STH 8IST.rlT -- -
can still plainly read the letters '0" '" KINe>>.
Freeman Hall, Silas B. Wright,: himself as the hero in William S CORDOVAN
Attorney-at-Law DeLand Fli: "A. c. Gillette's new war play "The SecretService. O.r aLNAwrtl0 taV.' &:
Central peninsular Railroad
It was a queer freak that the clubmenhad ." 4.sUO fINtCA11UAHGAROQ. The ;

[HALL & WRIGHT, of touching every new thing with Q ,
gold. Every new boat that was launched Bon Teal has boon engaged by Harry 3.1U' ,sSOLES.i .

INSURANCE AGENTS, had its golden rivet, and at the layingof Williams to rewrite" Ada Lee Basoom'i r .2' f ItAgnr'iiMlNS.t2 Short Line between Florida and nil Northern 1'olnt. d t

1. rit">ville, Florida. the cornerstone of the clubhouse a "A Bowery Girl, and to manage its
Representing the "Old peck basket full of gold and silver coins production next season. Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Bal. 10'
Hartford I LD$3'12f'
search John C. Slavin until recently the
buried in the mortar. Some
Wverpool & London was .
leading companies. &; Are Globe prepared, and all the towrite may be made for these coins. The club short conspirator in Rice's "1493," is OONOOL tlmore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East '..

lines up to f:20,000 In of flagpole had a gold eagle nailed upon now cleverly performing Bingo Jones >
any part .V! 8 2 TAlf: ,
Macon Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville LotiUvllle\ Cincinnati .
Brevard county. its apex, and the knobs of the lockers oi in Hoyt's A Temperance Town. ,'- luocNTOrl.rwa.> anti Everett, .
the yacht Mary Jane Tweed were decorated J. Cheever Goodwin and William Over OB* Million People wear the

Bl'CAvNE BAY, DADE COU (Tr.J with quarter eagles. The yacht Furst have signed a contract to write a W. L. DOUglas $3 & $4 ShoesAll Louis Everett Chicago Birmingham Sioux City., Holly Spring, Memphis Little Hock, Kansas City, St.

W EWAX, also had a gold eagle at her topmast comic opera for Della Fox, the work to our shoes are equally satisfactory ,
J River Junction Tonitacola Mobile New Orleans Texan, Mexico Californiaand
IS. e U. S. COMMISSIONER This was Tweed's favorite craft and be ready for production next September. They five the beet value for the-:4.1i. the Pacific Coast Effective Apr. Jilat, 1HWI.
toward They.gealcustom (hoee In atyle
Notary Public State at she often came bowling along Gertrude Elsmere, a sister of Maxine Their wearing; .sar.un..rpu..d.Th. .
with Field Point on the lee shore, ,. .. N..w'ork Ilinltml end New lork Fait
home is the ingenue roles price are unllorm -etampcd on .1..
Elliott playing
Lands Selected Prom f to $ saved over other makt t...w mw M.UI....... JurkennllIc T:!") a. in. and 6 4Ul
made. the i
i''(orrespondence ; Conveyances the gold at her topmast reflecting with Rose Coghlan, and is reported to If your dealer j cannot supply you w.too bold by .,., >' ni..daily: wnth'Ihruugh' Ilillnian! Hlwr| for
solicited. Address: sunlight with bright flashes.It ru a. verett: Kitvaiiimh. ('olim.Ma.. N'aehlnawn,11.1-
of work.
be successful in this line
a Bay View Hotel very tlmore, flillHil New York Ihmimi std .11
Cocoanut Grove, and "lphla
to a B. RUMPH
this GEO.
Office Ewan's was craze ,,,W Ka: ..utrn point. ARIeeJa'k.onvili.IO.aa.m.
Landing. ,
strange use of money, and particularly t. r and V:JO: p in
"" dollars in GEMS OF THOUGHT. Tltusvllle, Florida a..aw I 4'ompariiiM-nl t (an Iwtwiwn Rt AiiKiiMlim and
that led to nailing gold :I ;
gold, w W a+? New York, IHnliiKtar to and from Wanlihigton. '
II GEORGE W. ALLEN, the eyes and teeth of the tigers in the He hazardeth much who depends upon a j

&II carpet It is said that a carpet tack was learning for his experience.-Roger As- ,.. r
the center of each dol only I,In* Thrnu.h the lUanllful Hill
M driven through chan.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, K f/, f Middle Florida. )'..nou..ia.ndF.uda
p.e lar, and the constant wear of many feet Prodigality is the vice of a weak nature f : Ber, Irav.Jw kenrliie 55 a. ea.an. .
OIl West- has kept the coins bright In 0 if e..v ti ban 4k. ('sty, IJr. Stab Maitemy Moutbwlh.. rp0
all these
Florida. years as avarice i* of a strong one.-H. Talialww, River Ju"'alon, 1'0'' ....hlle.
and glistening although the casual observer t reworiea.pand the. ''.ptbwe.t, Ateiuv. Pali-
fill\ practice In the United( States might easily mistake them foigolden Taylor. '/' fnrnleandli.el'a'la I ; :last. tarries Nle i :"lwrs.A'

Md State Courts. 9jun9DR. spots in the web and woof of Fear nothing so much as sin andyour :' -ArclvesJacknmrilleseea.lu..
moral heroism is completeC.Simmons '
the fabric itself.-New York San.letuer Poor "' 4r lI1 \ Leave* Ja<'kiuinvlll*'JVIa. m. for Ntarke,Haw.thorite .
: /- II HllverMi.rhiir.lliala, < tedarhoy I
B. L. WILLS "" : M iMMliurK, Tavarm::11':41: ? ..
) BmokwSome of far less .
1. la To be happy consequence 1 1 '. p Lrf 0t':... .liwi, Haile 4 Ity, Plantty..
of the smelters in Omaha and to the worshipers of fashion than to ap- : 'eo +"' '1l T..m. .Jiu.k..ntr/lle0uwp.w. .

PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON Denver have lately introduced a device pear so.-Col ton. .
e r
Health Cln./Innatl and Florida. J.lmlt..I, leave J rk-
TITCSVILLE for recovering the minerals that heretofore Blessed i* the man that has found his Jf a x I 0 0 r ., .,mvRl.ldp: in. Hollilmtllmlo Train. Ttaio
FLORIDA. have passed away in smoke and work. One monster there i* in the + v a little over' AluMiratu ('Imiinnatl. via l Means,
Atlanta,i battanooKa. (onnerta for Naobvllle.
" n.c<::-Hntchinson Avenue, near fumes. It is perhaps not generally world, the idle man.-Oarlyle. much than ti mlDVllle I tbliaKu' and all t'1 lnu nurth anawet
the snob means so more Arrive I J ck ,, lll. .
Indian that the smoke from plants n 10: a. m.Holly
River known
hotel. By gambling we lose both oar time a1AaiD1cuIIil .
is laden with metals of value, notably and treasure two things most precious 'you imagine-serious and ncuitua /
Route IIt.IAtUla Kaaita Clty.iCliloKo.
gold, silver and lead, but snob is the to the life of a man.-Lavater. 'fatal diseases result from monaw _r. .Rprlnic leave Jaikaonvill m. via
JOHN ASPIYW ALL, fact and II has been the constant study c Maonai, Atlanta, rllniilngnaiu, ti""I1 *,'
The most happy man i*he who knows ailments neglected.
of metallurgist for years put to contriv trifling Memphli,niirlnirfleld. Kamuu City, m. Chicago. Sioux City wltboa
practicable and economical bow to bring into relation the end and Don't with Nature's rhanfie: in Kaniia*t Ity: and M. Louis, JAlli on* change tu i.tcJbJIItm.:: Arrive.
REAL ESTATE & IXSURAXCE. some the beginning of his life.-Goethe. play Jw.kwndll./n. ".. m. '
of condensing such materiaL .'.I for TallahiMte and latrrmedlate nolnta. Arrive
method health.Brown's lk+NP. IK
Arrlr.Jaekmnill.m..Jl..tn.;; :
consists of a horUonUl Commend a fool for his wit or a greatest gift- hose V.: M.:,For Tampa and leurne"iiauwiau, luilnian deelrn. .
Tb new device For llnnil. ..r...iavllle,Hrtanburf and Anlievllle, leave Jackaonvtll dally,al ll p. ...., with* I.
lAir GALLIE, FLORIDA. flue some 1,600 feet in length exposinga knave for his honesty, and be will receive Ii yes en feellsr ',
for radiation and condensation yon' into hi* boaom.-Fieldlng. eatol aorta,weak 'ForMaoon: Atlanta,two Train Tially. r-.J""on..l1I. r.roam.and/aep.: nt. ruBaua: I.wparen
surface and tmerally ei- Holly Hprlnga.l"pen can remain la their| .berths uaiil /ill| a. BL :
of of Uoooquare finder it I his nature's' aaaated .enreei. f1'I: '.
Fw. CRAVEX of the heated gases The fault .... 1' Train. .
a aw appetite
feet. Through this flue are drawn plague to spy into abuses, and oft his *ad cal work, flT Rend for H1 Indexed Township Map of Florida 10' I t
DENTIST, the fames by means of a fan. the outer Jealousy shape fault that are notShakespeare. bcflaatoMetak.hif! .. ( 'L. <1 j.f
.. reliable O. ) .
the atoM N. 8. 4CLlOSELLi. "
circumference of which, at fall speed, r Mreaftanlafaied'kiae.wklck Manager.'A. .

Tnc viu.i:, FLORIDA. revolve with a Telocity of nearly two Ovid finely compare a man of broken Iron Iron Bitter S. Traffic Gooer Passenger ifz.: ,1
ram a .
At present at Mrs. Decker's boarding mile a ruinate. The fame thus underpressure fortune. to a falling column i the lower *. A few bottle .
boult. are forced into a spacious build. it i obliged c.r.t -- -- -- -. -; .. .: : :
of it sink the greater weight cow** fro** Ute -- / r.--. i i '*: '
tug, from which there is ao means sustain. Goldsmith. Bitters *
to .
filter of textile .' "j' .' t. .' ." tti
through a
escape, except There are two freedoms-the false aeat .
John : i
B, Stetson University, through fabric the Into a colorless stack beyond gases, while the where the man is free to do what be plcaaaal M take. .. ) I I' r > .
likes the true where a man i* free to
the i I .
DeLand Florida. valuable soot or smoke condenses on (It Cures
Inner or lower side, from which it U do what be oagh'--Klnpley.

A"or J both *ee*. -College Normal School collected from time to time, compressedinto ODDS AND ENDS.It Djr.pep.", Kidney and Uver WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE .
-4d the THE '
K'VT my.An r'* School and Vacuity off molds and fed back again Into Neuralgia' Troubles ,

k t'l .(23 I .u-laitltutlooer haves of Ant eleg-ant rank:. buiUUnK, furnaces where the valuable metals are i* said that the best walking: pace is 1 Constipation Bad BloodMtlarU 1

std .:?'w.team*. f lighted. Thofooghlynipped by elortrtclty Hoi extracted:: and separated. Not one. parti TS steps per minute. Mervott ailment Patented In the United States, Orettliiurn and Canada: ; < Win

S wrk ian| *. ?iL-r P&' 'nent of I'h).iCal Culture rte of valuable fame can escape.McElree's The common house fly make 800 Women's complaints.Get : '' :

L.evelumkea| lIat.' for)0Wl1 wits all Library leading or stroke per second when in the act of ordinary earl' tke f ranlae-h ha crowed red Use,by some of fth' Principal Boat Builders tb.e jufted Static. f
Cardul ,
of .
'meal. Wine Un.e 01 tbe wrapoer. AU other* are waatttaua. -
chi, and daily and wjwk e.Separ flight. O*> feceii*of tw..e. etamp we ., .. ... -I tJiFLORIDA: I
Iabo: ..." atebuilding for NSR1'a d: and THEDFORDS BLACK-ORAUGHT an/I A philologist of high repute I II authority writ md set of Tea) B*..tUttI WieldsFate ai!
aad kook-lies. ;
1'..i ua eb':;*?'i R.oona Merman qpa: ...:.wibsou,1 ; for sale b/ the following merchants iiTltusville I for the statement that there are 71 BROWN View CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE...MO:. TITUSTILr..l7"IIi J ; :: % i :'v* Per

ti4 for catalogue aortas fall Infer' : Fred S. Cbaffee 4 Co. language spoken: in Roe a. _' .....- r. I
.-- .', .- IN LJ : ;see t. t;._ ti- :: t : .'a : I t', htI 't
JOHN r.rOKB, rreeideaf J. D. Scrmn-






-+ INDIA>I RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- rather hysterical manner. He ays fad, "Mr. Iloke, county commissioner of West Palm Beach during the present JAMS: FRITCHABn, President W. M BRowN; W,, Cashier B. BAARtYr Vlce'l'l'tlld ellt:

the ADVOCATE says : "Build the the Bth district, Informs us that the year. He now goes to the other extreme

road that want may be relieved by right-of-way has been satisfactorily and tells them It has started for Turtle
A watRLTJdIaaALDxrorxo1 TRI AKDLABI MTTOrTXRttmARRITIR .... giving work to the needy, so they adjusted from the south end of the harbor and the keys. It certainly has INDIAN STATE BANI

Odra WORTH lECTlOlll.Elttor. can pay store bills and merchants ; county as far north as Eden." In mak started In that direction, but we have

in other words, let us load ourselves ing this :statement we used our pen grave doubts of It ever being built to (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

with a debt for luxuries (a rather loosely What Mr. Hoke actually Turtle harbor and the keys. Certainly Authorized

shell road) that we help others did say wa "The right-of-way has been not for a good many years to come. We capital, $;IOOf
: .................... WALTER Gamin may Paid (
.....oolate.Edltor&: Manager, VHU.H.WaLTo* pay a poor unfortunate credItor adjusted up to and north of Jensen." have an idea Mr. Flagler will call a halt up capital, $2SOC:

This is financiering with avim. He ask u* to make the correction as he when he gets to the Miami river or Average deposits, $300OC(
It reminds me of recon- doe not wish to have It appear as If he somewhere In Its Immediate vicinity, and

Office: Washington Avenue, Tltuiville jtruction days republican negro had exaggerated what had been done. then with a little dredging at Cape Flor -'h;: Transacts
a General
Indian River, Florida. rule. If I am not incorrectly In. After all our statement was practically ida or Bears cut channel and In the bay r Bai

formed, the pink paper is under a true, for Mr. Iloke: says the matter has he can have steamers connect with his } i Business

{ PUBLISHED KVKHT FRIDAY mixed rule and management which been adjusted AS far north as lands oMessrs. f railroad and handle the business of the

could be appropriately cataloguedwith Moore and Dallantlne. These West Indies very satisfactorily. This F Largest and Oldest(! Bank I

j'' 1 mugwumpery or Cleveland gentlemen own land In section IS which, talk of a railroad on the keys and to Key on tie in
"Or bam
Check,tie.,may be made payable to
i I & Walton," irabllnliert and proprietors, Ism, which l is about one and the we presume, la 1 part of the Jensen neighborhood West I II only talk at present. Of course DIRECTORS

+ same, and needs no comment." ; and the Eden neighborhoodmay when the Nicaragua Canal Is completedand + JASPRhCnaanw" nflAasr'n

j ; Nnhfierlptlon. We beg to inquire what our attitude be said to extend down as far as the commerce of the world upset, of Dussaa the National VIce )'tank, ,;Jet!\ ,,,,,,rn "+
J. ( ,
Twelve menthe flJMSfx e \
tl a If 100 in regard to Cleveland has section 15. The Eden and Jensen neighborhoods a railroad to Key West might pay but .. + Ja kW,vllle), W. a tdt"A: ';' sal tat I j T t

Three ,a0I to do with the road question ? It extend toward each other so not until then. )

I r Single copy, .5. is an old trick in this section whena closely that they practically merge, and Seaboard CORRrepoxuFxrT t v

+ Strictly advance. meritorious project cannot be de. north of Jensen means up to the south The Fifth District fads the National Bank of Jackservllle: ; 'n'J

The alton rate Include the payment of {mutate feated in other ways, to questionthe end of Eden.; Besides, we have no Idea Ilerulest Taxes 'I'r1.T VII I E, 11".1 AA.
I,t by IK. ftiitmcrlptlnn can commence anytime .
: of its advocate that there
democracy will be
or trouble -
during the year. any about --- --- -- -- -- ---- -

i Dtrnntlnnann .t mule advocates. If Mr. "No Bond" can right-of-way for the shell road In the i When we stated last week that the -

.. district would the lion's
;''f1 .u\lI'at tlil endue or liy writing. dge pay
has been a resident of the south that community are liberal and pro share of the taxes, we spoke lonely. The THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

for a long time-longer than the gressive-at least, that was the experience ,
MU.nER" or Kockledge district will pay more taxes

I THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, ADVOCATE man. The fact that he of the railway company when it proportion to its territory than any Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread,

; AFFILIATED WITH TUB Is a democrat-which we questionis was securing Its right-of-way. district In the county; but the Sth district

National Editorial Anoriation.reia of no special credit: to him. It Mr. Iloke doe not anticipate any which Is represented by Mr. Iloke,
costs nothing to be a democrat in trouble about
right-of-way In the Eden
4 on account of its vast area, we find from
:1 the south ; it is fashionable to affiliate neighborhood, but simply asks that we Investigation will pay a far larger amount
all commanlcntloni to the Ff011te- with the democratic
t tare. party. make the correction, as he does not of taxes than Rockh,>dge. There is over

The writer, however, has a recordas want! to bo charged with claiming more fifty miles of railroad in the 5th district

I GRAHAM A: WALTON, having been a democrat in a than had been actually accomplished at
alone; this will be assessed for ISO!; at

I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, city which always rolls up fifty the time he wrote.UIGIITOrAVAY. $aooo per mile, or over $300,000. More,
thousand majority the other
TITLSVIUJC, FLORIDA. way, than half of the entire area of Brevard
well known the hotbed of
as re
... FOR SHELL county Is embraced In the 5th district.
qtr - -- --- -
publicanism. In the city referredto
JCOAD. There are hundreds of thousands of
it is not the fashion to be a .ju"W---: .
NO AXE TO GRIND. democrat the acres of land lying between Indian River .._ .11........
.; }?cple.who. vote We wish to any einnliatton.il that wa and the went line of the o.rmnt.v. It
n -
democratic ticket do so from
There are some people who can principle do not believe there will be any trouble should be remembered that at the soul
and not for the sake of EDW.LIRD STJLJNG: : : :
not get rid of the delusion that pop. about securing right-of-way If the matter end the county Is over 35 miles wide ,

there is a "nigger in the woodpile"in ularity.Mr. Is properly handled. The opponents from east to west; at the north end of The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer
"No Bond" is evidently in
this road question, and that the very bad humor, and when he to the road wish to magnify the questionof the county It Is only 12 miles wide. All OOOOA, Indium: : River: FLonXDA

ADVOCATE has an axe to grind ; right-of-way a terrible bug-a-boo. these vast bodies of wild lands In the 6th
writes a letter while in that mood,
that we are after a contract for Stated briefly, the situation is just district, with few exceptions, are owned
he his
We haveno
Injures own cause.
shell ; that we expect to have a this: We have already a right-of-way by railroad companies, and are taxed.

finger in handling the proceeds de. apology Clevelandlsm.to make, if We we know are guiltyof the and road from one end of the county to The aggregate la Immense. Besides,, ASPHALT I ROOF I PAllTTSI

'4, rived from sale of the bonds ; that administration has been the other. Let us proceed with the there are many valuable pineapple plantations 1

I somebody connected with the present understanding that the present road with high-class improvements,,
badly abused it has been stabbedin
'. I I. ADVOCATE expects to be appointedas shall be adopted and, if the people decideto In the 6th district. It therefore pay Ground In Pure
the house of its friends ; it has Agents Wanted.
trustee of the bond money, etc., been defamed who shout bond, we will shell on our present more taxes than any other district in the Red Brown aM :

etc. We certainly have no such with tragic voices by many, "I am a demo county road. In many places the route county; and yet, if it only got its pro- and highest : Write, for Samples, |

idea, hope or desire. No one con crat." We are not affected, how. III 1 entirely satisfactory. In any neigh- portion of taxes the length of the route Grade Black Prices,

'; nected with the ADVOCATE, directly borhood where the present road Is not through the Sth district Is so great thatIt
ever, by such stage strutting, and
or indirectly, will accept any official admire Grover Cleveland for his located as the citizens desire, let it be would be unable to build half of the Catalogue, Etc.

position in connection with the understood that if road the district.
i they wish It changed through
level-headednees and sound .
" road. We prefer to remain free they must secure right-of-way for the
I 1 faculties just as much as ever.
j and untrammeled, and expect, incase proposed change without expense to the GOOD tOAD PARAGRAPHS,.
Mr. "No Bond" closes his
com TIN IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Farm and Railroad .
bonds are issued, to do our ments by saying that he believesthe county; let the responsbility of settlingthis Factory,

best to see to it, by proper critic. shell matter be thrown upon each neigh. "And now the shell road question Is
road will drive settlers
ism and discussion In our columns, from the borhood. We think it would be a good beginning to loom up. The statement is Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges, Fences and
and he
away county, here and
repeated emphasized that An-
that the proceeds of the sale of
plan for the board of
adds : "Some of our most energetic -' county kona is for the shell road. There may Iron Work of Kind
bonds are disbursed as economically to to the people: "We have every
citizens and heaviest taxpayers i say be one, two, or perhaps three, who are
as Dossible.w a route for the county road and rlght-oi opposed to it, but the young men of the
I have already gone to other Building Papers Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready
We have no special interest i in way all secured, but, If In certain neighborhoods precinct, those upon whom the paymentof
sections, to seek for better locations the bonds will Roofing and all
the road matter. We advocate the I the route of the present roadis eventually rest, are for kinds of
and better It and will
county govern. so express themselves.-
project because we realize that ment." So, so. Mr. "No Bond" not desirable, the people of such Ankona cor. in Florida Star. ESoofi.ngr: Supplies, FROM /"
what benefits the
county at large neighborhoods can proceed aa providedby
+ has in his mind better locations
i will benefit us. If the population and l is dissatisfied with his present, law and petition for a change of 'Bring on your shell road election. The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

increases the more patrons we shall surroundings. Why does he not route; that said petition will be favor- i We are all ready with a loud and emphatic Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils\ etc.,

secure, and besides, we have gone ably acted upon in all cases where the 'aye.' "-Eau Gallle cor. In Florida
3200 to 3300
himself. lie has
try a change also Mar. \VIIIInmsburp; A-e", Richmond, Va.
into this it is
fight believing
a good in mind "better right-of-way for the new route has been
thing, and wait to win. If we had county govern "
secured, and only In such cases. This
ment. must be dissatisfied
no other reason for advocating the plan will do with all litigation see Is determined to
with our present county govern on put the people of the county to the expense
measure, we would be stimulatedto the subject, and It will bring various
;' ment. lIe must be a sorehead or of an election on its favorite Merchant'sMetal
continue our efforts simply from a reformer which in the conflicting parties to an amicable scttl scheme-the road. If the ADVOCATE
>'r the satisfaction one feels in fight opinionof ment. had the good of the county at heart it
I many good people, is worse even would wait until the "Spanish"4
i ing for a good cause and winningthe than Clevelandism It Is a fact not generally known that orange groves are
or mugwump. once more white with bloom ere agitating -
battle in the end.
ery. His head seems to be full of when the railroad company was experiencing this useless luxury. I believe that a

spiders, for he says I "I would pre so much trouble in securing shell road will retard instead of invite TILES. *-

WHERE CAN THE SHELL fer asking the honorable board of right-of-way year, there was never a put settlers up ,along as the its price of lands would be I + W. have three distinct
route.-Ban'an cor.
commissioners case-where It had a good alternative in SUes for Straight Surface
BE HAD county as they appear Florida !Star.
l route-that it could not secure free vli : ''hl0,10"U & Nile
to be supreme and can grant No, no, Mac. It was the Star which Graduated

desirable Aa well aa a Special
to have them issue bonds right-of-way on a more loca deserves the Conical
anything, credit of starting this road TILE tot
For bulHlng.the proposed road tion. Take Cocoa for instance. There Surface .>
i'. to raise a fund for the paupers and question. We recognized it as a good
Is the asked
question Dr. GeoR' .
by deal of
was a good
needy, who will soon be at starva.tlon's difficulty getting thing and decided to try and aid our
+ Holmes. We have had
not well Into the town. The railroad Ornamental
door. Well he take company The
might If the
contemporary. result Is
1 time to make a thorough Investi as we g and thor
however, had a good alternativeroute Roof made,
proper steps to have his name hope, we shall expect some credit for
gation. We learn fro III J. U. D. oughly storm-proof.
some distance west from the town
placed on the list but he In at the finish
Smith pauper ; but we do not
1, tax collector of Eau Gallic
which it decided to use If it could not Tbe"STAR"Yentilator
should not speak for others be. claim the credit of
being in the van. It
I that
the shell mound at the mouth "ALASgA"Oslrsnfaed
cause most who have get a free right-of-way through the is w. guaranAbaoutel -
people not scheme
any our pet any more than it Iron
of Banana
i'I river and opposite Eau self-respect would prefer to have town. This was the ultimatum: it secured Is that of the whole Jensen neighborhood : Copper or Brass.gee: I 1 ERCHAIT'S
Gallic, contains, as near as he can Its plates b M
right-of-way the .
through town.
bonds issued for the road and the beat orna- %
estimate about twelve thousand county many others; or in fact, that be ) the
cubic and work for money to keep them If the county commissioners take a simi of 75 per cent of all the voters In the Duos Durable Storm- j' Toil ROOFING'Ytuof
yards of shell. It has been .
selves from starvation instead of lar position in all cases where there is I county. I l-roce..

1 estimated that the road will require having their names placed on that difficulty in securing a right-of-way and I I \ Prevents down draughts (Incorporated)

) thousand, in cubic round numbers of shell one list. In striking contrast with the take take steps to proceed to shell the novisicKr.i.. :' .,. JnnA.._TW.... C,.. i MERCHANT & nn... IWI Ieh of D"ill alnhla' .Pi...
-- -
yards --' ---- -
per county road as at located uu. wn nibu uii .1I1I1IoU.1
mile. The mound at the mouth of letter of Mr. "No Bond, is a short present the see by last week's ADVOCATE that Bovine I' |
business note from Edwin Nelson, more desirable route will be tenderedfree was dead against the shell road. I

Banana river, then, would only of Melbourne, which contains more and without litigation. If not, the for one am strictly for the road. Yours __------ -'
j 1 furnish sufficient for about twelve truly, F. A. Houston. Established
1 for the road present road can be used. We repeat, 1885. -
miles of road, if the figures of Mr argument questionthan JAS Y. BOFILL & CO
'i a thousand columns of such there need be no difficulty In securing ,
; Smith are correct. He estimate right-of- for the shell road. HARTFORD, COSN. June 23. L. BARBOT & CO.
rot as that Mr. "No Bond" furnished way proposed -Editor Fruit and Produce
ri that the mound referred to will ADVOCATE I ,
average There : am emphatically In favorof
are in favor of
i the Star last week. many arguments
t 1lr.Nelson' .
.f 150 feet across and about 15 using the present rood. Considerable bonding for proposed road, for I be General Commission. Commission Merchants
letter is
as follows : lieve In the French
yJ feet deep ; but as he says he never clearing and has been proverb, "Land Is ,
grubbing done
worth more or less In
'I measured it, it may be much ),[ELJIOU8 E:, FLA., June 13, '05.KJitart and if the present county road can be to the people who pass on or proportion near it." H P. O. Boa 1O39. -

larger. There are several large .IJI' atl Give willing men work. s. a rn KEFERKkCES.-Hauelaen A: Lang t L *''
<< : used for a considerable portion of the Yours truly, c .8 c c's'as W III.. *
c> Mo.
shell John T. if Smith Cords Ot Co., Chicago, :
mounds at Jupiter. Gentlemen take your Invitation route It will lessen the expense of road Iluntlngton. .... ... as Q. Q.y,. :;; :3 i F seas Bank of Louisiana; N. U. Oo|."erytlro
t I). of Sebastian writes and oS co .7R ed eS Banking! Aaa'n John W. Lumaden, N *"i1
Kroegel nay I am in favor of a bell road building ; .. Q.. ; E. L
by a large sum. Mo
h w city J. C. Smith Ac Co.. St. Lou II ;
jI. "There is enough shell within four from one end of Brevard county to the SEBASTIAN FLA., June 20.-Editor of rtenon, Ft.(lames, Ga.. R. M Olaiwr,-lana'
miles of here to shell nearly the other. I have had Home experience with ADVOCATE-Dear Sir: I sent you a card tee,Fla., Fruit and lroduce Trade O neraii>
wi team, and If we had had such a road Till FLAGL1IH U.\I LW.\. yesterday with 20( names, all anxious NEW ORLEANS Commercial Agencies
whole road. R. B. Burchfiel says hut year r it would have saved me |'OO. For the shell road. We have two or three LA. New Moa. 32O-331 Poydraa Street.

t there are a large number of small At It I.. It U enough to make a man mad Where here opposing the road, but I think they Cesar Bank.Metropolitan. New Orleans, La.
mounds in the Narrows neighborhood who has to drive team from Eau Gallie I Will It Stop? will come out all right. R. A. Hardee. REFERENCE, Bank. Or Liberal Advances made on I mmtCommercial

but that they not to the south aide of the M. Lucie river. Although clothed in an Impenetrableveil Afenciea. -
may proveconvenient Not only will It wear a team and wagon of secrecy as to Intentions, actual
of access. We are satisfied out, but unKwi la built WHITE CITT FLA., June :25.-Editor Produce Co
a man good and operations cannot be concealed, not long Exposition
if decide bond It ADVOCATE-Dear !SIr: In your article on G. G McCLINTOCK ,
our people to strong, will shake him all to piece -
the .
shell road .
they will be able to find sulUclent People, M It I., dread to nettle any this week F. M. Cabott began with a question in last week's\ ,

...hell.MR. distance from the postoffices or railroad gang of men behind the engineer grad lying paper places you like say Bovine that you Fort expected Drum out and Receiver of GENERAL COMMISSION MgJl3--_
stations. I will do all I
to the road
can get south from this point. He
I proposed road. 1 have not heard) of any like the others, would not talk. He On White behalf City to be op>osed to the road. Fruits and Wholesale Fruits Vegetables, row-
+ 1 "NO BOND" IN THE STAR :opposition in this part of the county, only knew he wa *t work. and would to say that they the are latter thoroughly place allow In favor me Vegetables Eggs, Fish, etc.
and feel sure the voters will "yes"almat not tell how much hew Office and Storage Rooms .
a* going to do.
t of the road, and hope to be able to 415 North No HI )} .Cur.Edgewood 4"
ON THE ROAD QUESTION. to a man when they vote on It But with all this people can just put It aD equally good road from White City get Front St., I Butler St. Georgia.
Your down and Atlanta -
truly, act accordingly. The road ha
eastward three miles to form Philadelphia
Enwia :\u os. started to Turtle Harbor and the key*. with the main road., This a junction Pa. Consignment Solicited. Consignee*
An anonymous correspondent, -West Palm Beach Gazetteer.A new settlement furnished with daily quotations.Special .
I In the last issue of the Star already has roads that will compare Shipments sold on arrival Check attention to every con1*""
over A COItltnCTIOX. few issue back!: Brother Gardner favorably with the older settled ;and accounts of sales seat
P the signature of ">'o Bond," told his readers In positive language that parts of the county. Very truly yours, bead for market report.out KeforeiMM each day. meat Carload, large;lots or of small.Florida regetabWs lIIipoQ

t fan ileq the bird question In a In our last Issue we salt! in an editor- the read, would not be extended south of I I C. T. McCarty. manager of Wbtt City 1 1DOIoa a pptteatk from all over the state I fruits handled on Special comraiseionW .

tt*. nurnhm|M' to rite for SMnotla Tap,etc.fir
pajwr writwg. Bank rekeletq >i bed.INDIAN .

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Awarded this," and during the night a fifty milean

Hlchest Honors-World'* Fair. hour wind must hare come uP'e'UII, Complete Fertilizersfor COCOA ICE WORKS

r DR; for It whistled, and sometimes shrieked,

as It came In contact with the shutters potatoes, fruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the largest ,

outside sounder, but It only lulled the guests to yield and best quality) COGO,, PJ.or1.da.
sleep, for all were astonished

this morning to find seething, boiling At Least IO% Actual Potash.Results NOw XN OPErt.ATXON.G. : .

wgiBAIONfi water of foam; yesterday white, struggling .
with tumbling masses of
oily grey. A fearful commotion; almost of experiments prove this conclusively How and Manufacturer -

maddening to the eye; miles and miles why, is told in our pamphlets. "*"

of It; not even the usual comparative They are sent free. Il will cod you nothing to rout them and they will sere yon ICE &; DIsrl"ILL) WATER

quiet of the horizon, but everywhere the dollars GERMAN KALI. WORKS. c j Nuua Street flew Yoik.
rampant, writhing, receding anger of

the water; and yet, the bathers are In, out again. They have trken the new son of the hate Din*. O. Il.irbiji, private I jy Refrigerators, Ice Clients Freerers and Water Coolers.

so smooth and gentle Is the slope of this store building of Mr. Illscock, above secretary of Lord Wolverton, Uoveinorpeneral -

POQlft beach that there is never danger- their old stand, and are filling up all the of India. The bride Is a native: I
any Floridtan anll" the popnl.tr' authoress : Lake Worth Ice Works!
even In such a sea as to-day. time. They are also putting up a new of "T"nl>(erlnl'." They left Immediately 'I' I

MOST PERFECT MADE. [Send the store building for their own use. for Augustine..
ADVOCATE!: tm order for any
rur Crap Cream of Tartar Powder. FreVm job printing you need.] The fishing firm of W. A. Hall A Co. PALM liKACH, FLA.,
lireanl !School Itoanl.
t Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant. are beginning to receive larger quantities -

4f) YEARS THE STANDARD. of edible fish, but find their

Banyan.Banyan arrangements not sufficient to sate: them The School Board, at the special\; session CZJCS. IB 31 TT ILxE cSs CO. ,
I itMiuiied by law, met on the :IIIhanl
Beach. from getting hurt by the heat. A little 2Mh inst., at Titusville. They roads ".:,\1.:114I: i iIT1ino
Is solid against bonding for more forethought, it seems, In providingIce estimates for support of schools for
: Winos: and Liquors:
shell roads. ht.'n and where the fish are brought 1 IW.V'tHl\ and trammeled nil business neeessaiy ,
bear and cub was seen leasurely to close the accounts for the
\ present -
Mrs. Thurston, of Atlantic, expects to ashore would save their business from school 307. afro A 311 W. Hoy SI.,
through the hammock, year s
,wandering Webster go north in about a week, to spend the loss. In fact, it docs seem that if they The KMtlniMvM! are for seven months JACKSONVILLE -. FLA.
the ,
of boys,
.achy I remainder of the summer month ,,'ou1.llce and pack their shipments here term but it I is setydoublful whe.bertire
hi saw it, said he could have caught Instead of them elsewhere anti revenue will admit of moro than six Pvc and lloiirhon AN hl.kl"* from tern
old hadn't been Miss Laura Houston, of Eau Oallie, months. tn *.L Mer gallon.
if the one along.
:,ituh having it done they would sucreed |ir nillra from tin:,1 In tam:a |n-r RII..nfJr.
spent several days here, the past week, School were estaMinhod I at Spruce
buck also List
was seen
line large \ He make a HHvlaltv nr North can
: |
t for with her sister, Mrs. McMillan. better. When a fish has commenced to Bluff and on Mrnitts island The boundaries : Ii Mountain IVw I::orn \Hil I k jr, Ihrrr
eek so that prospects are good our spoil no amount of Ice l is going to makeit of H.itnitn sr:fiord district were determined. yeah .old f JK her aall,,'".
imnxls. as well as for the fishermen.A Mr. R. C. Creech lost his largo bay fresh The is The north boundary line of ,liiK-t gal l., 2.VU, J Kl.:AVI' ,I ",.ll ,
horse last \\'eck'Ith blind It again. proper icing .vvu\ ,
staggcis. Mr. Jerome's pl.u-e, In-ing muletire noith
frequent visitor at Coronado is the at the to Ki'H -((1 gal tl ;: Malfl2A| : M.M
Is tough on him, after loosing so much necessary beginning present boundary of (No 4;:;) Htnyan.: The eol- (I,(\Ml.
line New
'Coast at
eat of the the fish before the
: by the freeze. spoiling reaching med school HI Mini was granted per lnrtlei ll\lnn In Dry Town
mvma, Mr, Fred Barrett. Fred enjoys market This ought to be a paying and mtftHlon to open on July 1. well; toonliT from im as wn
and over on Sunday with'a The order establishing the boundariesof tin-in M) |lee rvnt mi all\ nnlvrn. TimlinHISKEY
dip was a safe business, and will be, no doubt, .
Ormond Beach.Mr. 4.1: 34 and 4il ulionld have been in full, rvAlway. send money with
nk-load of friends. As the six sturdy when they get It In shape, so as to pre- \\ will not open| sew aroutrn
as It difference of opinion ..
nny nltitlil .Hows full of fun and merriment, tossed vent loss after taking the fish from the about the proper !location of the school "No' (1
id floundered about in the waves, noDe and Mrs. Jno. Tierney, of Orlan- fishermen. houses 'llio 1le1.,1 1 north of B.tnyan

doubted their enjoyment.Even I'do will bo near PIOVOHI'H, Lotus postotlicc.
are at Hotel Coquina for the season.
The bills laid amounted to *:JU7.4.:!
from the "right, tight little isle" Mrs. Wm. Wilson, of Gainesville, has Eau Gallie.

(fold England; comes complimentary occupied her sea-shore cottage, and will The Hand Is Sow A Mur"II. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
uions to the INDIAN be joined by her daughters-the Misses Ice cream all day Saturday, at Mrs.Smith's .

l young lady writes: "We like your Annie and Ruth-early In July. store.
The brass band
for Titusville
the paper, and anxiously look for It.
Extensive preparations are being made Quantities of watermelons are still\ duly organized on Wednesday night
lie remarked, too, that were not
\ you for a Fourth of July celebration at being shipped. when the names of two-C. K. Stewart
bove copying from their Tid Bits. The Chapman A Sudlow j
Ormond Beach. Exercises will be held
to cull a good Mr. George Ensey says: muskmelons and G. B. Runiph, jr.-who wished to ,
DVOCATE manages many
in the pavilion, and will be followed bya can be at Tropic.Mr. become members, were added to the list .
ood from all for 1s- grown I Id
; things parts every
dance at night. Bicycle races and published In our last; Issue. With the South Jacksonville, Florida. t
ue, besides giving the local news In aene. John McAllister has seven acres t
I games are arranged for the aftcinoon. consent of all present at the meeting,
I timely way, and always to the planted in egg-plants, at his Tropic
Messrs. Jas. W. McGee and J. W. McGee it was decided that the name of the For and #
oint The same mail brought word place. Oranges Vegetables Pineapples
with the Misses McGee and Louise organization should l be ''Craven's Indian ,
om a gentleman In Massachusetts, stat County Commissioner Houston had a
of Louisville anlved at River Band." The following gentlemenwere
Armstrong, Ky.,
ng that the "pink paper" was well force of men at work on the county road
elected all(llliel'rs: Wm. M. IIrown,
Hotel Coquina on Wednesday, for a --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-

njoy its perusal." month at Ormond Beach, which they Messrs. J. II. D. Smith and Eugene director and general manager; E.: A. Dealers, In all kinds of Raw, Material: such nt. Snip Potash, Kalnit, Cotton
consider more desirable than the northern Morgan, secretary, and K.: I. Brady, bocd Meal, Nitrate of NxU: etc., etc. 1
Mr. W. Cleveland the Jackson-
W sea shore. Brainard left for Jacksonville Monday treasurer. An executive committee wan Hone ground and steamed In the factory In tluro different grists.CjT" i

ills furniture man, is staying at the and morning, to be gone a few days. appointed to see about purchasing the Send for 1'amphlets and 1'ilcus\
(Job work cheaply, neatly expeditiously Instruments and else done to
oronado. On Friday of last week he everything
letter friend here Mrs. John
executed at the ADVOCATE office, In a to a I
make the organization I which will also I
id a big piece of proselyting. lie Titusville. Circulars, hand bills, note Mellor states that'she reached Chicago be: a social club, as much of a success us

,rought over to Coronado twenty-two heads, letter heads, envelopes, statements safely on the 20th, and found Mr. MellorIn possible.

''lethodist ministers, and succeeded, by tags, etc., etc.] good health. As soon as the Instruments arrive the MUCK LANDS

eating a lot of bathing suits, In having band will meet twice a week for practice t
he' whole party "immersed." It is The past three days have been the as for some while It will ho necessary ,
Daytona.Mr. hottest we have experienced this summer to get in as much time as possible
bought that every minister In the Conference practicing. The place of meeting ha
-OS0 In the shade at 11 a. m. Mon
who can possibly get to Coron- not yet been decided upon.
I lo> this summer, will follow suit. As Stewart's large addition to the day, being noticed. The ADVOCATE wishes the organ- Ill two and a half acre tracts
the Seaside Inn Is about completed. the J. A. I. ization ,
in the visiting brethren are now con- The bridge gang on St. & every success. i

laced that to plunge is the proper Remember you can get rooms at the R. R'y have a large force at work, driving Canal. .

lung, and of course, the Baptist think Palmetto House when you come to Day. piling at Horse creek, a short distance FOR ANI) AOAINST TUB Fronting on IJ IJ o o.

I above Eau Gallie. BOA I).
o. Manager Sharp has made reduced
tona.Mr. to
ates accordingly. Baptists: Methodists, I and Mrs. James P. Babington are Citizens of this town seem to be all In Apply i

Presbyterians or Episcopalians wel- occupying their beach cottage at Sea- favor of a county shell road. We knowof The vote by postal card to the ADVO ALBERT W. ROBERT,

omed breeze. two out at Bovine (Messrs. F. Houston CATS now stands as follows-Including
West Palm Beach, Fla.
and II. N. Neal) who favor the road, those we published last week:
The afternoon sun is casting long Mr. H. Thorp and family left for their

'hallows of the cottages out upon the northern home last week, but will return and say so. For. Against.

ands Horses and a wagon, seeming to I early in the fall. Mrs. A. R. Hodgson will\ leave for a Sebastian 2'1 3
Grant 6 0 S. H. HAPPERSETT
hold half-a-dozen big straw-hats, with a Mr. Lyman Bobbins and Mr. Carl visit to Canada, the latter part of the Fort Plerco 4 0

responding( number of poles sticking Knappe started down the river, Tuesday, week. She will be accompanied as far Georgiana :3 1 ,
')ut from as New York by Miss Nellie Catlin, who Titusville 3 0
between them, are coming our them.
tarpon fishing. Good luck to (Successor to Ray & Day.)
Eau Gallie :3 0
%a1. Tis the fishermen returning from I has been visiting Miss Florence Hodg
Mrs. John B. Parkinson I Is spending Ankona 0 7
W Shell. "Well" as the party draws the summer in Daytona with her mother son the past fortnight. ( Bovine 1 1 Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints

'P' "Didn't get a bite," comes the I Mrs. Sanborn. Prof. Parkinson Is In the Those who attended the Episcopal Melbourne I 0 ,

answer. Then the usual "guying" relarks I service at the Casino last Sunday after Cocoa 1 0 "
north on business. Eden 1 0
and bantering from those who noon had the pleasure of listening to a Sharps 1 1Banyan Oils Barb Wire Poultry Netting e -
The League an
bought Daytona Epworth gave ,
best to remain at home and particularly able and well delivered discourse 0 1

'unge. The next moment two of the entertainment In the Armory on Friday by Archdeacon Brown. The attendance St Lucle 2 U

Ports are tugging at something heavy night, which was well attended. Ice though small, was gratifying, 1/1/ ill I
and cake were served afterwards.Mrs. 54 14 Hardware
I r the bottom of the wagon. A large cream considering the fact of so many of II

'**, well filled, comes to sight It Is Geo. Beardsley and Miss Fannie our church-people having left town for Mr. C. L. Hunt, of Ankona, has evidently m mICE
been at work canvassing among I I I
:he for Jacksonville,
afternoon's catch. The Joking has Coe left on Wednesday the summer, and it is expected that

-addenly ceased; more than a dozen of and sailed, Thursday, for New Yoik. arrangements will be made to hold ser his neighbors, and makes a good showIng CREAM FREEZERS WATER COOLERS GASOLINE

''"potted beauties-nearly a hundred Both ladies expect to stay away all the vice here at least once a month in future. against the road. ,

: und -are laid side side for summer. to have Dr. Brown visit -
out by We hope us and REFRIGERATORS. --
to envious gaze of the crowd. "They Mr Richard Wilder and son, Mr. Darryl soon again. BSJ-V.INk OF CAIOUI, s Tonic for Wt_ .. STOVES, ,rl, ajl, tit -i\:,

,ugh best who laugh last;" the laughas Wilder, left on Thursday for Cincinnati.Mr. We neglected to mention In last week's TITTJSVII.I. FIJORI.4 .. "

gone to the other side. A photo- Darryl Wilder will remain In the Issue that the Rev. J. A. Jordan, who The Largest and Most Com- .

MPl of the whole outfit, catch and north next winter, much to the regret of has filled the Methodist pulpits in this plete Establishment South. .h I

'chers., was afterwards taken In front his many friends here. section for some time past, preached his

d' the hotel. Messrs. St Clair Abra- [Remember, the ADVOCATE Titus- farewell sermon at Eau Gallie June 16th, CEO S, HACKER & SON, STEVENS BROS. & CO. c.-

Jo1m.. Telton, Baker, Frerer and Todd ville, does all kinds of Job printing. Give leaving the ministry to accept the pro ,

tere of the party. us a share of your work.] fessorship of mathematics at Leesburg

The bevy of handsome young ladies University. Mr. Jordan Is well known -.- ? ? '?: :.- :: STEVENS POTTERY, GA.
sow staying at the hotel are getting the Georgiana. along Indian River as an energetic, able

'ull benefit of the surf bathing. As they and conscientious Christian minister
"Be down dressed for a frolic with old and while he will be missed by his former

Neptune, with their neat new suits on, W. R. Hughes has gone to Tennessee parishioners, It U hoped that he will' Well Curbing and Fine Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all

"hear exclamations, "Isn't It grand for the summer. He Is expected back meet with the success In his new field of I I'lithe

*hal a glorious sight," etc. So it Is, in the fall. usefulness that his friends wish for him Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and

tad the* man or woman who can look on Mrs. Wagner leaves for the northwest and his abilities warrant. RW Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..

-Ueb sights without admiration, must this week, visiting Wisconsin, Minnesota close at Home aud from clever men.
.. Jfjp- Save your money by buying ,
'etrly constituted. This afternoon and the Dakotas before she returns. Fort Pierce.Mr. -
'!ilea. is of a cerullan'blue color and --
More or less substantial Improvements
'sooth: except where the breakers toss are going on here even in these hard J. B. Meriwether left this. mornIng Manufacturers, of TITUH'U.UWJATJIIU: ail:.

rl their heads to announce to us It times. Land Is being cleared for vegetable for West Palm Beach. I'OIIT.
Doors Sasli Blinds
-ass" the end of their Journey. Out be8d and pineapple growing. Mr. Walter Hanklns returned last ., The following Is a comparative

'< 18 moving and heaving (as some- B. Burchfiel, our county surveyor, night from bt Augustine ment of temperature anti rainfall ItateNew Smyrna X Livery .
and BuildIng Material. week ending Wednesday, June itf, 95:
said Moulding
'tr.h&s ) -like a counterpane on a is In Titusville for the summer, and Mr. C. A. Dittmar will leave Saturdayor
Deeper," / Tallahassee, on official buninoM. !: .- -18WJ.-
overhead few
a fleecy tome affirm he has obtained a safe Job Office aud Warerooms, King, Opposite
,ads. seemingly stationery. Yet, note do for Brevard county. Others affirm Mrs. S. W. Jennings, of the East side DATE MAX. MIX. MAX. MIX. -4*,, Stable #4-
t !'tanding this sereneness, In an hour to be born lucky Is very sick. Dr. Denton of White City, Cannon Street, 2tJ 815 75 86 tl7 ,
well to
t *. .)f that It Is Just M baa been In attendance on her. 21 ft 74 87 75
; "white-caps" may be stretched others be In luck also. (M 71 M 74
as rich. May Charleston S. C. C. L,. DOIIN Piolrrietol'.
aJ sat of sight As the bathers come Miss IJzzie Holmes of Fort Drum l U 89 80 70 W 7/1/
'* .'ore A. L. Bruner and family have gone on a visit to Miss i Stella Tucker, of this
is heard to remark, "that is a :u SrI lilt iI6 78 _
."* be beat north to spend the summer. They expect place. M M 73 WM 74

** Since the yet"above So Item they think written every to return in the fall as Mr. Bruner Mrs. A. G. Lagan and daughter, Mr*. Sash Weights, Cord and 81 71 W) 70 Hacks Meet All Trains.
( holds the contract to put up a dwelling J. S. Bell, left Monday for Jacksonville Total rainfall for the week: 0.48 Inches.
.antes come, A little after sunUen lady who has where the latter will remain for several Departures from normal rainfall for the
widowed Hardware. transferredfp
the dunk of the sky mingles house for a weeks, to recuperate her health. week : minus 1J8 Inches. Departure Passengers and baggage
'h' u.. bought of W. R. II ughei of this place. all parts of the city, and Owe****
dark of the sea," a brisk east Married-At the r nid M0 of Mrs. from normal rainfall since January J.t. l-.eh. Call on me before lashed. ..
:': juU c| Messrs. Wethy 4 Wagner, who IftU.1110lt J. 11. Meriwrttwr, Mr. X. T. HarWn and Window and Fancy Glass minus :3.08 Intlies. 5srranpsmeuta. -

dimoving' restlessly about their stock of fully N,OOO worth of I Mhts AIM DelL The groom J* Pram J. E LAXOIETTC: .

ofcube remarked: ".k squally sky general ler.MiIf 1* jre, are up and West bus***, Ala teixl, and is the only A SPECIALTY. Oiseewer. I NEW &MrnY.lWRlD..\,






g _INDIAN___ _n_' RIVER ADVOCATE. JUNK 88, 1895. _

ALE. HEAR.' : mT ;; ,
naal... NEAR & TAYLOR

f AmMmf by'''. ,*", ...1on( of Byron, Han Quay, a Chinese banker, )Is credited "Tomorrow"-" !'
(Successors to John
t Wordsworth and TCBBTWMI. with being worth 1700000000. Dense, slumber laden shadows hovered McAlllitti

With tbe poems of youthful nrontbe Herr Siegfried Wagner, who lately o'er the earth, and every star upon Artesian Well Contractors

Edinburgh reviewer made fine sport, created so great a stir in the musical the face of heaven shone forth in opalescent !,

little dreaming he had oaogbt a Tartar world, Is a left handed conductor. grandeur."if JOB EAU C.A LIE. FLA

in the presumably foolish young lord Amos 8. Blake was the builder of the I live and all is well !"- -

ling. In cottihg np the "floors of Idle- first locomotive New England. This A bell tinkling in an ormolu clock on -

ness" the critio was better justified than in 1833 He died the mantel proclaimed the hour of 3
was recently at Wa-
upon other occasions when he used the' terbury, Conn., aged 83 ,care. o'clock, and night was now preparingfor .a WINES and SPIRITS
knife. Still it I.just as well that Byron a final struggle with approaching
did not take to heart the advice to forthwith Alexandre Dumas Is not in the least '

>i l abandon poetry and torn his talent ashamed of his negro blood or of his dawn."shall paint the baby carriage. tie1 f BEEltStf r9

t ; and opportunities to better account Tbe negro ancestors, who as he himself Lazily he turned over on his right

tting contained in the remark that "the owns, were slaves on traders' vessels. side, and soon his soft sonorous breath CIGARS ETC

poesy of this young lord belongs to the Lincoln's memory for the details of ing betokened blissful rest The Brooklyn PRIN OF THE FINEST '

( a i clans which neither the gods nor men national business was unexampled He man bad been talking in hi* deep. QUALITY.

f i are said to permit" was returned with recalled the particulars of every cabinet -New York World. GO TO

I' interest In the lines: meeting with the most scrupulous exact Lesley & Rcnaker

A man mtut tern his time to eveqr.M' ness. It w.. o. 8.r.t ,

; Bar _ur.; critic arc all ready mad It is said that the Rev. Dr. MoGlynn, L TING Families Supplied.JiyOur .

i ; I And again who lives in the pretty little rectory adjoining HEART DISEASE! Lodgings and .,U C

;, t; Bell T. a woman or an epitaph his church in Newbnrg, N. Y., Will be Ready by Oct 1. Situated,2
Or any other thing that's fain before devotes all his leisure to the cultivationof Fluttering, No Appetite, Could'Not side Washington ave., between J T. *
Pi You trust la critic, who themmlVM are son flowers. Sleep. Wind on 5tonsaeh. K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block

I d The appearance of a volume of poems W. E. Gladstone
recently remarked "For a long time I had a terrible
by Wordsworth in 180? WM the signal "I think that the neglect natural history .. pain at my heart, which fluttered al

for a savage onslaught in The Edin in all its multitude of brancheswas mo Incessantly.. I bad no appetiteand OF ALL KINDS 4- HODGES & GODFREY
burgh. The peculiarities of diction of -f
the grossest defect of our old systemof could not sleep. I would be compelled I
k the disciples of the new school of poetry training for the young." to sit up in bed and belch gas Manufacturers of

were enough, in the critic's opinion, to from my stomach until I thought
f. render them ridiculous, but Mr. Wordsworth Miss Morton, sister of the secretary ( that every minute would be my last

i, ; be added, "really seems anxious of agriculture, is the only person officially 1 There was a feelllngr of oppression Yellow Pine Looter r

to court this literary martyrdom by advice and prominently connected with I 9 about my heart, and I was afraid to Neatly ,

? f still more Infallible-we mean that the administration who In able to talk draw a full breath. I could not sweep ROUGH .A: t>RES FI>.
French to members of the diplomatic a room without resting. My husband
of connecting his moot lofty, tender or f induced me to try Orange Box Itearin,
I j impassioned conceptions with object OOrl'LThe
Fruit & fRetntilf
i I and incidents which the greater part of Duke of Orleans does not intendto Dr. Miles'Heart Cureand ,.FrutM
Lumber delivered at 11 1
any part It in+ Kim
his readers will spend so much time on his estates as .
probably persist in of
on through bill failing Am' n' ttns.
:1 thinking low, silly or uninteresting. did bin father. He has discharged: many am happy to say it has curedme. CheaplyAND log tattling: on the East Coast : I:
men from his various places and has decided I now have a splendid! appetiteand "eR The Sawmill -Itiuti.. tbi
a After denying to Wordsworth any pro sleep well Its effect was truly J.,T.&: K. W. Ry.,9 miles south .if 1'ahtkiSatsuntalllglitH
tendons to elegance, dignity or correct. to rent moat of his estates to the marvelous"Mug.
Putnam ro.FIa.I .
highest bidders.
ness of versification the reviewer concludes .HARRY E. STARK, PottsrlUe, Fa.

el with the following significant Felix Brandt the man who designed II.s Dr. Miles Heart Cora In sold on apa+itiveguarantee
.1; passage: "We venture to hope that there the elaborate mechanical and stage effects that the aratbottle will benefit. -

is now an end of this folly, and that, for the first performance of the It All will droKUloM be sent sell, prepaid It at,tl on, e bottles receipt for of 15 priceby or Ul Ills SANDERS N

I like other follies, it will be found to Nihelnngcu operant Bairenth, died recently the Dr. Mlles Medical Co, Ikhart. lad. <|V ,

have cured itself by the extravagance at Weimar, where he was mechanician Dealer in -

4 resulting from its unbridled indulgence for tho Grand Ducal theater.

and we think there is reason to hop Edmund Clarence Stedman, Gotham's ExpeditiouslyExecuted

d'' that the lamentable consequence which banker poet when he heard that Bishop it There are UOO.OOO: mote unmarried DRY GOODS NOTIONS
have resulted from Mr. Wordsworth' Potter was advocating the founding of women In England and Wales than unmarried ,

open violation of the established lawn d Westminster abbey in this country, { men.McELREE'S AND

i. of poetry will operate as a wholesome lent word to him that should be most

;i+ : warning to those who might otherwise happy to kill off the first ten poets for WINE OF CARDIJI! for Wok N.rvet. Choice Groceries,

I" have boon seduced by his example and the poets' corner.

;, be the means of restoring to that an
In a handsomely decorated carriage Corn Fertilizers
At a Deadlock. Hay Mapes'
'cient and
.11 venerable code its due honor ,
drawn by four fine horses Mr. and Mrs
and authority. When war was declared between China

Iri \ Immorality apart, the reviewers appear Joseph Weckerle of Elizabethport N l and Japan, a local daily sent Edward A. FINE PATENT FLOUR.
J. wont to church in state the fiftieth
the well known to
to have been totally unable to com Murphy, journalist, -AT THE-
''j! prebend Shelley's poetry, the beauties anniversary of their wedding, partookof the land of the mikado as a special correspondent Ooooct, F1orida.
the sacrament and received from the
1 of which seemed to them but the tricks The paper received some
.1 of pastor the same nuptial blessing that few letters from him after his arrival
a "poetical harlequin. In the critique
't on "Prometheus Unbound" and was bestowed upon them in 1845. ilfir 1 that country, but the number of draftsit -(;)- OXYGEN

;.' other poems that appeared in The Qnar STAGE GLINTS.E. -From the c.German. received exceeded the number of letters COMPOUND

4h'I f! l terly in 1821, the writer complains that by a good large majority. Finally

the characteristic a Willard will not visit this the manager decided that somethingmust
a I predominating of MrIi country Calling For Extra ADVOCATEPrinting Restores strength, quiets the nerrw
i I. its next be done in order to get more news
Shelley's poetry frequent and to season.Harry and expels disease
I eat down to a table in a little eating
tal want of and for his money, and a/ the expense of is oftelfd
meaning declares fain Brown baa joined the "Prince bouse near the depot and called for a Proof, the most convincing
inability to discover the "object" of the Pro Tem. company. about |5 a word he sent this cable message free to all who suffer. Call and see us,
of coffee and a piece of pie. The
to Murphy: write for further Information. Book
poem "A Sensitive Plant" He De Koven and Smith' "Rob Roy" is proprietor, who seemed to be his own -(.-)- or
Ii r is astonished that inch a volume should "No stuff, no money. of 200 pages sent free.
to be taken to Scotland and London. waiter, looked troubled for a minute and Home office treatment. Consults
meet with readers and admirers un Murphy promptly cabled back (col. or
til he recollects the Rnbenstein'i will shows that he has then said: lect): tion
numerous congregations left $800,000 to his widow and children. "Very sorry, sir, but I am just out of free.Drs.
which the incoherences of the "No money,no stuff -San Francis Starkcy & Palcn
and coffee
: itinerant Methodist preacher attract "An It!. P.'I Wife" the new play at pie co. *! {- Pa
.1 Philadelphia
"I'll take aglaM ot milk and a dough. 1329 Arch Street
;!it and concludes: "Poetical power can the Opera Comiqne, London, I. ,a fail- nut, then. "

8,'I only be shown by writing good poetry, ore.The "I'm out of milk and doughnuts, sir. How's This.
.1 t and this Mr. Shelley has not yet done total deficiency of the Lyric Theater "Have you a couple of sandwiches JACKSONVILLE STEAM DIE

.i,1) Take away from him the unintelligible company, London. is fixed at over and a bottle of beer" We otter one bundled dollars rewardfor

'!I the confused, the incoherent, the bom 800000. "No, sir. Not today. any case of Catarrh that cannot be WORKS

i,' lastio the affected, the extravagant the Lew Rosen has 'written a farcical "But I thought this was. public eat cured: by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. -4 *! Office.

hideously gorgeous and 'Prometheusand comedy which he baa christened "The ing house," I said as I got up to go. J. CHENEY & Co., Trops.,

the poem. which accompany it will Ballet GirL" "Yes, sir, it is," he humbly replied. Toledo, O. The above establishment is under ten
sink at once into nothingness We, the undersigned: have known F. management. We positively guarantee
Batemau has received offerto "Then what's the matter'Vh1
,. r Tennyson's volume of poems which Victory an J. Cheney for the last 15: years, and believe our work equal to that of any northern
\ sir for
appear in Charles Frohman's production you are calling extras,
him honorabe in all business
appeared in 1833 met with the usual perfectly city.
"The Racing Duchess, next sea you see
transactions, and financially able to <
from the critics whoso
reception custom
"Extras I If coffee and pie and doughnuts out made their
obligations by
carry any Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
it was to "heave half a brick" at the son.Cordle
and and sandwiches
water are extra firm.
poetical stranger The Quarterly, incur- Davega has joined Milton Ladles Goods Cleaned! or Dyed
Nobles for the rest of the season to play what's your regular bill of fore WEST & TRUAX Wholesale Druggists,
rigible as ever, though professing to to Toledo O.
"Well, sir, there's mustard and salt ,
the in "From Sire to of tie
warned by former mishaps, begins in atone Son. "ingenue part and pepper on the tables, and the boy is WALKING KINXAN A MARVIN Wholesale Dying Silks and Cleaning goods. :,;eud

i of labored sarcasm: "We gladly town after 'taten, and the old woman Druggists, Toledo, O. Do, not most delicate texture a Specialty
+ np
seize the opportunity of introducing to It is said that Julia Arthur has had will Halls, Catarrh Cure is taken internally for price list.
stirring a johnnycake
the notice of our more sequestered readers several offers to return to Ndw York up acting dirctly upon the blood and MAINIIAKD BROS, Props
and if
pretty soon, want to wait over
a prodigy of genius, another and a but that she has decided to remain in yon musous surfaces of the system Price
1 and take the evening train there won'tbe Fit
brighter star of that galaxy or milky London. 75 cent per bottle. Sold by all drug- Send yourPRINTING No. 13 Xewnan St., Jacksonville
any trouble about getting up a regu- gists. Testimonials free.
way of poetry of which the lamented Minnie Seligman is said to be contemplating lar banquet)I"-Detroit Free Preen
Keats was the harbinger and let till the production of an adaptationfrom GLEASONTcoT
I The king of Italy spends more for W H
take this occasion to sing our palinode a German realistic play called A Liberal Clerle. than other ,
charity European
on the subject of 'Eudymiou.' We cer "The Fallen AngeL"John any sovereign away CASES.
An Austin colored pastor.namod Bled- ATTORNEYS IN LAND
talnly did not discover in that peen Havaoek has written a one aot so, has made himself very unpopularwith

1,1 the same degree of merit that its more farce entitled "A Cold Welcome" and Jim Webster. He was passing the ...ef"" ..'. WINE OF CIROUI let f.m.l. dil..... GRANTS II

t clear sighted and prophetic admirers Is at work on a comedy with Napoleonas house of Jim Webster on Austin avenue Bnt keep the TITLES TO SPANISH
:' did. Warned by our former mishaps, the central character. AMINED AND PERFECTED.
1 when the proprietor called him in. President Cleveland is having his portrait
wiser and .
by experience improved, w
Albin Valabregue the French dramatist "Come, parson, and hab a piece ob
without for
it The
painted sitting
hope, in taste, we have to offer to Mr. BE
is trifle eccentric. He has cake and a glass ob wine. Dis heah am FURNISHED AND
Tennyson our tribute of unmingled artist, Percy Ives, of Detroit has a room Money on the
book entitled "A Philosopher my bnffday.
praise. This tribute consists of several published a opening into the president's private office SURVEYS OBTAINED
of the Twentieth Century. The reverend gentleman accepted the
I i pages of critical horseplay at the expense and catches him at his desk when EmPlles
cakeon Pre-
; York is invitation. There was a large uncut Defective Homestead and
The New raising
of such the "lIe Mercury
poems as per. the table and the he can. and Perfected
clergyman was East Coast Entries Corrected
t ides," Euone" and the "Dream of funds by a popular subscription to erect before the Vet1*
I Pair Women. "Cornhill Magazine. in this city a statue of Patrick Sarsfield urged to cut it Abbee S. Stiltz a French priest, In Claims adjusted
1 asked taking ment at
shall he Washington.
"Whar I cut it?
Gilmore, the deceased bandmaster. charge of the blind has invented a typewriting solicited
the knife and looking at the cake Correspondence
who wrote the mnsio machine which prints ordinary
Richard Stabl
t A. Remarkable in bewildered of By giving theADVOCATE
Memory. sort
a a way. FLA.
to "The Sea King," Is dramatblD'g"The characters and the corresponding raised EAU GALL1E
George W. MoMillon of Friar's Hill. "Yon kin jess cut hit whareber you
Heavenly Twins." The twins letters for the blind,so that the sightless -
Greenbrier county W. Va., is about 40 pleases, parson. can write letters to their friends and alas
yean old and has the gift of remembrance themselves are to be the chief feature, "Which? Say dat ober curt moan. read them. Pineapple, Orange and Lemon
and there will be much mnsio in the
wonderfully developed He remembers Jesa cut hit whareber yer seea fit, Land For Sale Cheap.I .
play. "
everything be ever knew or parson.
-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, -
is read. He offhand recite the THE A'smile lit the dusky feature of of pineaPp\
can, ,
names FASHION PLATE. up have for sale 80 acres :
d No. one, 15; No. two $10; No. three, $l5
i birthdays, hour of death, majorities the humble toiler of tt>. Lord' vineyard A share of land on St. Lucie river, a few D1i1e

T'i! and the closest details of the lives of all White linen collars, both standing and he remarked fervently: Titusvllle Fla. low Eden 40 of which being northquarter

the presidents in regular order can recite and turned over, are seen on colored "I'ae much obleeged to yer, Jeema. I of northeast quarter 'sat t

poems of 3,000 words without missing shirt waists while the cuffs are colored b'leeve de bee' place to carve dis bean otice. 18, township 38, south of rang 4' er

I a word, can recount the detail of like the shirt am in de seclusion ob my house," and Your Job Work. the other 40 Is the northeast of section qu

every visit he has made in his life, can The tenacious little cape is with ns wrapping up the cake in a newspaper In Circuit Court In and for Beevasd of southeast quarter 41 east-

name all the persons he has met in two still and is likely to remain in fashion he carried it off under hi. arm.-Texts County, Florida : township 38, south of range tot 'r

weeks and every word everone of them to long* the sleeve keep their present Sifting John heath \ The above land can be bought for plneaPP".
said and can quote chapter after chapterof condition of fullness. W\ > Ia Cha> T. per acre. It is
frank M. > e. MId Julia lime growing.
the Bible. One of his most interesting rated. -H* orange, lemon or
C. Woll81b n ifs) JIT f
feats is the repetition of e,8I'7wcm! The new hosiery 1* prettily embroidered Applicant-I want to be a concert appearing bjr tUe affidavit of tt* Agent andAttorney Will be sold In lots of 40 Ck:s;
on the instep.with tiny flowers of of the complainant, that the defendant cash. This land will soon be
of which he heard singer.
a marriage
ceremony various kinds also with clock up the *. ITank M. "'.11..* and Julia C.
when he was II, and which united a ; Manager-Can you sing sir r Welles, t tbe an of ill yean and nulde Lr AJ..1. Job per acre. fl
girl who was his sweetheart to another side and openwork pattern. a* well Applicant-Not a note but I have t\oO Mate' of Florida,to-wtt: In the City: world. Apply to.. C. H. Walton ADV':

man. It 1* said that this ceremony was Black and white striped taffetas, organdies the most sudden and unaccountable fit and Now Plate the.of..New.... It York.U ordered that you the laid office; or to Rabbins A Graham. Ted
and swivel silks will be much M, "nilx and Julia C. Wnllea da Artistioallpgottenups wills
4 the first thing be ever tried to remem of illness you ever saw.-Detroit Tnb- Frank appeal
bill ol thiacauae at the
to the
1i i ber.-Philadelphia Press. worn this Mason and they make extremely une. __________ clerk's otku In Titusvtli.: :Ffeclda. on nr before
--- stylish gowns combined witha the Rule U-y in July, A 1) tw t being the Ant"
trimming of bright satin or velvet to day of the month, otberwiw the Mid kill will betaken
F Which IMM drat Wk.They Pie'I'.thorfThe A Remarkable Tetaper. a*eonfeuod.It .
u give the dress a touch of color. l.farther ordered that this notice be pub.llnhed .
Russian courts have reversed the There was some speculation a* to In the IXDIAM RnnLA..TSotTu..*.. sa'tis LOtion Rueefa .I
assumption of the American tribunalsthat Black and colored velvet waist are what Mr. Aaqvlth meant when in a recent mile,rturida. with a* Imi delay a*may be, foi iBRa55

when a husband and wife are to be worn with black .satin moire and speech be was reported as having four Ikwe euniet and utlre ordered weeks at the Clerk's office at Tito. Gunrnn.tooc1.. .

drowned in the same disaster the wife wool skirt for street gown u soon U denied that the government were in "a tile, lorIda,this the sat lay of Na,.A D I as... ,,,

1 die first The Russian doctors have ten- it is warm enough to discard the cape. peaoook temper" in refusing the lords' A. A. STEWART.

tilled unanimously that the man wouldbe They are made in blouse fashion and amendment to the employers' liabilitybill Robbins&: Graham. Clerk Circuit Court I Sond vis your y1" K d
to give them extra warmth a flannel Sole f or OMupl't. I **al IniaydJuneW
the first to din because the woman It was pointed out subsequentlythat Circuit Oourt { ordorse
silk. New I
is more agile and keeps herself longer lining is substituted for the word be had used were "pique seer.

t above 'water. York Sun or temper. "Mscmlllan's Magazine MUACKOlaUSHT ,.u..... C..Wpanee',


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t. Ait... OlrL
TTIflIDl I nOTJ.JLS.\ I e.. I. 'he
\ PlaF.
think of theta
to -
r. are accustomed ----- At the Wlpan pantomime the other
ancient America M largely The Trunk Line.
P of of the thought night two ladle who lived at a distance Tropical
with none HOTEL
1idnct'4 and moral such a* wereTinEttroP MELBOURNE I CWflNUX) .HOTEL() j"t.i: I having/ to catch an early; train
were obliged to leave the theater before

!..from I let- *I3uthereareafewez.* written by an Artec MELBOURNE, Indian Riier, FLORIDA. H.. sJrW. fr; C*''rl I the performance wa finished. Selecting (Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.
vJ.. a* they thought, a quiet interlude
: ,??, mother to her daughter be- Open all the round. ... ...... .
eI1 year Good Fish- they were passing out of the stalls,
:; -
of Cortes. The exact 'log : : JOSEPH I 1.
:, DUllKCU llocoivor.Jacksonville
the eonquNlt and Yachting Rates, when an actor suddenly appeared on the .
I not given, but Prwoott quote itan fi: .50 and upwards. \\'KSIt\P.f.TI! .
ti of
(It'w'Y'l'l'l'I.,1 '' Itlgtand repeating a part his role
early Spanish chronicle I Proprietress, MBS I. M. (Lian.YPJLL'S esolaimed: 'There theyltOo The only :.... ot't f- -
; :o.IIR.1I -
In walking my daughter, see that !*l' Putnrts at ('ol'n".loMIXI'rate : two women I ever loved. One I couldn'thave .. --j--------1. =:\.-:o., '.i Tin..Tsi.i.inEtfrrtAprIa: '0.,.' tfII._, "... T i.' ? o-i;

behave becomingly, neither goingh ( rates, aoli.l comfort no oMrnta- and the other I couldn get" The : ... ' i' -siast.. .. .: ( .. .' .. .Ar : ,
haute nor too slowly, since it it FLOATING HOTEL lion, good! lishliiK. good looklngi \\ lile :::. I. sail, 515*. .:Green Kt ,.II r\\; : : .. l ;;: : ::1 :406pm.::: : ...: ..
to walk too for term amnsomeut of the audience and the astonishmnnt I 510 a IIc>1'l' .. .. .. .. .1'a1 lh . . . Iii 5 n, "si' 1. "m
leoce of being putJed Dp At the of the young ladles can be .... .... hula/ itos. 1111"\" \ .... ..llIlhllhlll..h.. .. a ,_p hOpe'
walking haitily canned all Railroad Whirr lit 7 00 a Il oh a "'1't'8''f'htl'Uy.'lIhrtl''h .
aDd 4..nt I '''
1y of restlessness and insta ---- Imagined.-London Spare Momenta.A .. ... Clea hiMia :. ..... .......tIeyfll.. .. .. . .... :Ift.nt, :SNl'nt l4.ll'hlll'l'h': 'I'hl
uI habit West Palm Beach. .... .. Il\a: ; .. .. 1",1t'l'" 4 a rn :
Therefore neither walk very fast Free from Film HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY .. 1O.'la U".lllall.I": .. .. .. ........ "."'.,.. .I ia a iii I 41 p ,. 10 ii a to

] yell glow, yet when it shall be Food a Spcclilty and Mosnultocs Sea lIalrP.UODeDlcycllsts liii's. .". ....i23tsAt hiofli.f140a I.. . ., .... .. irIige..2, ..S ... C ::,.' .. ....
with haste, do so; in ., .'.
v to go E. E. VAII GKEVT OBJECTIVE POINT . : : :. .: .. llepAt::I it : ieoI'ntSlosm: :
discretion. And when Prop TIlE 4 Ia a Ii I rlii.i. I :: : :::: : a I. Il 311 a n.I.... .
n.e ;your you lomcKcekcr. When you get ... .. .11II. .lIil'I. .. .. .. kioci' to''''',... . .. .ii ,s e' li It a a,' ....
obliged to Jump over a pool of there at ... .... lOs .. lI..rt..w . .. I... .. 1Ope. stos a.' ....... .
rb Stop
that ..? .... .. .5. : . . .l'tnta 11..1" .. .. .1..12:1111': '" .... .....
ier do it with decency, yon PALMETTO 4 HOUSE .. .. .... .. .. I :ai 11I1"'I'I"f .. . Ta"'l' .. . I., 11"1' '''' U.IU 1' .. .... ..
appear clumsy nor light .. ... I. 06 a : 1.o-I T .
neither '
.T are in the street do not carry The Lemon City Hotel _: ; :, : :.;:. ::yin; ist :J''n ::. .:'I'I i : illll' ". 'th :: :::._ :: : :: ::::

'a ron Inclined Daytona, Florida. M.II' .1I.11'hlln sa' ''' I.. . I"rt''i lll'. . "r a"I'm Thlln.a".Ilun.
much or body
j t.bead nor M little go with Tour your head At Lemon the Tile.Vl:ant sail I-ri st. . =tOt N. p a e.a. _1,. '' ''' key ihiasna.1 rot..e::: iv 12. :rn :: :: 's% .,.i.,I i.: sei eeI:: pt Sea:
terminus of the
City, -
T much raised, since It la a mark of Rooms, without bowl during the Hick line, on Uiaenjne Hay Airy 14 las Iio-ke.iie; ; rII ;' 1 -IYJI"'K""Ylle-A-r----: i "" \He Ar ""' ,
walk erect and with your summer montlii Apply toM tale,'\Ar Eitt'r'rtte" 1..1111:1&: tI :sit' i.\ l'aIAl. Ar' 4 ::1'1' ,U ::11I11., t'r. ('ltc .....A' S I"'"
breeding; room, comfortiblo bed, gotnl table, aoi' Ar ,. I., C 4.1* : Ar Sen Mte" 2Oli. .%
,1 lightly Inclined. Walk through 1111. VA V\II\OX. Proprietress terms renmmibloOtHxl a roll:: Ar t :: iv: I t los g::: Ar t.n urn.I 1:1:: 2 OOp: Uj l: tr lake hIIeiiI.y I : =:
quietly and with propriety. 41W11"\r TIIII.'lfi.. I.. tT liks I :2 alp \r I'" t""a I.Y'1' I wi. %r.euS.tr.aI.y f4'aI.
rtreet r niul
fishing In thenclvboorboo.t.
must attend hunting C -.. E.yli.-iunIIeir. KIlO)' 5 IOaLta-ionlieAr, ia'1' : -s 1:1&: [t.IM'b" ffi .\ iip
that to
itber thing yon ; Ito :ait i.e "ahr"r.1 Ar II Is's .III ,'o. iv i'slstka' .\" I .Iv:1' 111'1..1. Y ""l1r"r,1r I .....
daughter, is that when yon are In HOTEL CARLETON U M. ( I Iv ,, Ii'* 11 4IsAt ,', 2 Sip I Il.Lr Is.Ia '
: !
do not looking hither CONNOLLY Prop. : tip:: Ar :',kl:1::: t.I S liDs g e.'Ar 411,,I. .. W.I:1; : I 4ii.: : I : lWqAr: : Oil I ihira U : Ito
street you go Lemon City, Dale Co., Flo. 4MI' Ar Otiwti. Iv $11 31\\ 1\\ 14.1.r. hsls Iv 11. ", I Tn"",'. hr t 11.1\
thither, nor turning your head tok Jacksonville C :Olili. _Aria, Siri" '*i.r :3MI'r I..h"rlf I.v _ii si ,31"I'I.\r I-iil'rsl: I." II :sic
at this and that; walk neither Florida. III.. I'l1It I..I.Y_ :/I',. Arll..k..III.. I.,. :._4ii.. II :sptr. I l.ceuirg ic_ tiles.

king at the skies nor on the ground.not 1"11). 5 i'aliy eaCrhit 1111I.....).

look upon those whom you meeth OonoHito Po toflice.I HOTEL JCOQDINAHRMONDBYmSEA Tr.I. :/.1 sal 7. ,'arr Ih"'lth 1'"lh"11 It"rrrt SIcig .rs hrl..n. Srw'ork anti Tahla.
the eyes; of an offended person, nor Trait. a..I3'I-1'h"'III.:11 I'.hlllll'. 11..111 1""I'III': cars liclairti 0111'1".11 si TR"'I'.'

e the appearance of being uneasy Under New W. II. ('on'l''(. II. I'. .\(" KI 1i.: \ .
my; daughter, that you give your- Management x tI'ralll"I"'rllllr"I.t. ii..,l..ccl l'a.'ullet Agent

no concern about the words yon *-

.l' hear in going through the street, must give sufficient
all the .
Open Year. ...
pay any regard to them. Take care FLORIDA.SUMMER .ng of their approach when

t yon neither answer nor speak! but Coolest and most pleasantly located feet of a street or road crossing by means ,

.is I if you neither heard nor under. hotel for the summer montlm Thor of inch sound producing device an shallbe -

dthem"-Brooklyn Eagle. oughly: refitted and elegantly furnished RATS; : f3.00, $0( .00 and approved of by local authorities. ?t'ns St. Augustine
Elevator. All modern
improvements New York Evening World.Diosppoistetl.
$10 00 week.
Ha Joint In HI* MOM. RATES:-*2.50 to M.;50 per day. per '

few months since a man who had Special Men. by the week, and to CommercIal SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are : : .if' & Indian River

I hit nose bitten off In a street fight A Presbyterian minister in one of the
Only hotel that the electric
,lied to the authorities of the great to and from depot cars pass Specialties at Ormond. suburbs of Cincinnati has a bright and Railway.All

it End hospital, London, requesting :2T: For Circulars addiesn, mischievous young son. The lad hail

!B to "graft" the nose of corpse CRAPO & LeVENE suffered from the toothache and all the Talol. In Eff.rlAprnviu.i.isea.:

n his face. This they refused to do. Proprietors. SEISER & VINING Managers household remedies had been tried in

:ing him that if he escaped blood vain. A* a last resort his father resolved All Rail Line to Lako Worth via. St. Augustine, Ormond and

inning from the effects of such an ORMOND BY THE SEA. to take him to the dentist on the Rocklodgo. -
ration the dead flesh would "slough ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. following day and have the tooth re -- -
., moved. South Dound. North Dound.
and make the job a failure. Final.

hey did attempt to affix an amputat. The boy on being informed of this ":, S" "' >". "

finger to the place where the persist. COLUMBIA HOTEL THELAVASSAR offered a few objections but, finding 2:.. aT --20i- _ :"...ss TO.1 as..I
that overruled he decided l.y.I"'k-i"III.----:: : 'If"' sap I' :: . I.,. \\ I'allll 1I"'h I -- 1i..i? :=.
man's nose had formerly they were to ... . .. ..
young Ar 141. A"II".II" Iii tO a 1"1' I. hliyirs 111",1 l ... ...
a. but the severed member had bee make the best of it I. lit. A"sIi'e Iii iii .... Iv W. hiiiiitrT ; ,,i .
cold and lifeless before the Centrally Located on St. George With an ingenuity; of a Tom Sawyer I.:: hietiiigs; :: . :toM : .. iv: iii;I.,, IS,u.n I.: :: : =;: : us : .:::::::
opera. I.. i-.t: 1'"I..Cka 1I1 4 a iv II a .... .....
could finished and the "graft Street. i he made himself a hero among his com ATi'-ii-i--T: .

I tdtosct" I panions. Great were the tale he told i.v :: : Ht! ... .. .h.v ; .C!57 111 : ..
Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park, : : AheI.7: : .
them of the strength that would be noc Ar ISa. Mate.
\LI a last resort the surgeons suggest- and a full view of the Ocean and liii a 2.I :: ::
16 Webb Ave. Ocean Grove to that small iv $II Slcteo 5 .54.a :. .. .. .. Ii a 2 .......
that: one of the patient's own fingers rolling breakers from the piazzas. N. J. essary" remove "baby. Ar I H....i.ii!.... . 1 30I' .---. .... .. .. I., 45 11M.iiii... .......
aid be cut off and fashioned into a tooth How the dentist would be compelled I.y Or",1 . ... I.. "arou, Ifl M a a :/1'1' .......
.04. One Block from the Ocean. to "use both his band*" and probably Iv Orl11"' 'ii' Jno . .. ... .. ....... I.. .:.1111&111.. .. .III 111 a II ::11'1'........
'al 1
But in order that +-
appendage. the I., . ... ... ... I., .
hl.kimlgs .it
;?r should not be lost in the event of W M TEAHEN call in his assistant i.y: i"e-t:' I'irs'ie: : .19 ill : :::: :::: :: I.v: :.!"ci's .. :: : : :...:.. ; : to.:. 5 Teal.iS,:,: :::::::
Proprietor. Tbe eventful hour at last arrived and I.. l'.w toiiris.. 1Ift: I' II II.). .. ... I.. ( Ity I''III .. .. .. :Ni S M''i'. .....
OPEN June 1
unsuccessful the 1895
operation proving c- i.y I lot hhiii..I 11141"i 1l1'a.: 1..Tlt".III.. .. ...... I U11' S I'" .......
lent had his arm incased in plaster, the boy seated himself In the chair and I.y ... .:2 :214 I' .. Ii 'IS) a I.,. Oak 1111I. . .. 1:141: p it "ii'........
I for four weeks held his mutilated Gas, Electric Bells and perfect systemof took a firm grip on each arm. 1.11)' i'ol.i .. :11'1'' 1'11\ a Iv New i4yrnc..j. Ia I' It ...

vt to his face with a hope that it Sanitary Sewerage. MRS. B. M ANDERSON. The dentist looked at the tootb.smlled ::: (;:.iic-. .;.I : ::::. : u: 111311 iii:: ::5. : i.e i.e: i"rt h'ats I Iratig. .. .: :: ......I I 31 4'%, :: : ..;

ild "take root" and thus furnish and taking up a small steel instrument iv .:all hauls. .... .41 I' . .....i-i I 11ft I' .. .. Ar IIr"'I.I ..... .. 11111' tt'i.... ....
a .. . ,
I. 5cr. 3 4.I' El 121' .. .. 1..lIrlllo."I.I ... .. ...
.. for a new nose. This it finally literally; pried the little tooth out. 1..I\.IIHlllr"e. . 'MI' . 12 :s. p .. ... I.e i Ir"',"nit Jnu,.. .... ..... ..
and when it had beoome firmly! Abbott-I have never been in Chicago Our ;young hero looked at the tooth i.e Mt h..ie .. 4 :lftl' .Ar iash lustS.5. .. 25 ",i. .. .. f

ted the but I have been through the town a few at the dentist, at his laughing father I... Furl 1.lerce.. . .... : .. .44'i'... .... --.iill 11I..1..... .= '. : =-:'
finger was amputated and ELBORDEN HOUSE I. bum.: .I"z'I'. : I.. San ilia'... . ....I 21.' ..

r hangs above the young man's mas- times. and then and"got mad. Anger, disappointment IH\\: ; \\; :::: :::: .. ; I: <:: : : :::: : :: -.ArisIs.ka.--: \ : -: :-"I"j: : : .-
he u a very respectable looking nose. Babbitt-I have been in Chicago, but disgust were plainly; deploted I : : : Ic ) I ii :::. :::' .::: :' I. : : :: :::

iu been worked the bone and the town went through me.-Indian. On the Beach on his countenance. Not a que 1..11"1 S f"ll. ..... .. ml..lhII... .... .. ... .. ::1411' ill. .....
over by . .... .. .. ...
apolis Journal lion would he answer. lie quietly I. W. JIII'lt.r..I MIft: I' Ar hit. hP. I' .1. ......
h carpenters until it no longer resem- I.. S lit I' I., "t. Alg.sntite..4. 25 .i Ft... .... .
1 i a finger Among his friends this Opposite Daytona walked over to the other side of the Ar W 113111' . .. .... AfJa. & h' i'" ... ... ..
i with the nasal Comparatlv Antiquity. room and put on hill hat and overoontHi --
referred organ 'lira' Cashman baa ceased to notice perplexed father followed him A. & W. Branch.
to as "the man who has IS NOW OPEN. _
Mrs. Jonea Brown. Do know and the fatal
it is labia yon why put question, "My; son,
nose. -St Louis Republic. IIlIITTII IIOIIS. ?.lItrihiilIti'.
"It is because her son.in.law'*family did it hurt you? -- -1 -
&rcssm of i 1* so very much older than the family of First-class table; comfortable, airy That was too much for the little feb STATIoNS. No S ? ;u.l I't"' Ni, IITATtll\t.: 'O) 2 S. 4 .e

the Sledf Hammer Sort. Mrs. Jonea Brown'*son-in.law "-Life.He rooms and pure drinking water. Reduced low, and with two big. angry tears lIIyr '- 2''li' 9 ,sii. T:-::. Titjj" l ty1p! i'irij.--
The Liverpool vestry, or some of it, Hates for Summer: $7.M), 18.00 cheeks, ho lake "ulu" :l4II..IO/lla.: : .. .. .. ... lira lilt" I ity I 1I'4J" 4 lOp' .. 1
not an exalted opinion of Crimean and (').00. Apply for rooms at once to rolling down lilt replied: Lv Ounce (117 aMp 1011'.11&. .. I..k. hieli". II :cc .3111. .. ...
'** It that ltea4fu& Hurt I Hurt I Why, he didn't pull my Ar II. ('It, Ju"o. a sip 1110.... .. .. Ar New ile.yr.ic _II 2IIIt 0 hop.
seems veteran soldier
1. a -Do ;you believe in ,signs MONEY HAIOII, tooth out. He just took it out with a
taken refuge in the workhouse, and She (demurely; )-Yesioe. cream sign i Sea Breere P O Floiida tack lifter. "-Cincinnati Tribune. All train dally between Jiu-ks.nwIIl. anil Bt Anirimtln
fc. Peet objects on the ground that Poet Train' aoutli ot Ht AuK ..tlii. run dally exc |I't Huuilajr.

veteran has a pension. A mild man- Syracuse V. .d P *a. ng..ra im trains 23 .".118( have Ten mutes for lumh .l New MmyrnaTl .
-- -- Light on a l Question
ed partisan feebly protested that the Tlnia-Tal nlmw the tlts. at whiI-h train niey eiport. I OflWa8insucien to the hero.t O II VOSS "Apropos of the peculiarly American the net :r il >tatl<,na, lint their. arrival, or ( Mr keep tendency to explain things he was the (.m.p..h..llt..11. frehiotlsibls) for any lit lay or any conariiurni srlaliiK thrnor"rlll.J. .
Pee would not with thi .
way "there to mind the It. 1IIOTT.. JON.:I1I lilt IIAItntON.Tlwl .
saying occurs .
considered my .... ... ...,,'
that it was "not right to ( I i'sownrr A(nil.
oarage these people. Crimean be- =T=IA.T ICTI..J. attempt sometime\ made to account for
the derivation of the compound term .
that is, we And he added
Welsh rabbit. I regret to notice that
further opinion that "it was maudKutimentahty .
Webster falls into the common error of
." We quite agree.th TITUSVILLE,
the word rabbit
: considering a oorrop I
4. Mr. Peet Take
away his pension I lion of rarebit. Now, a* shown by; leii
Indian River.
Let him starve. Why In the name oographer who have had the advantageof Send the "Advocate" some of Job
do I Iliving' your
jurtnne; we let "these people" go _; : Fla. a technical acquaintance with fact
It is ridiculous ; in a word, I
a relating to the origin of the word

we maudlin sentimentality I _i : ---A- O H VOSS, Welsh rabbit is merely a slang term
are glad to have orders and will be satisfied.
W these truths home. a We Mr have Peet long to v IANAOER. wa and not anything a corruption but Welsh at rabbit alL It, and never in Printing yon t

*.*l for him ; the world has been its genesis! it was essentially)] a slang

e.lDg>lamented for him since the decease of the T Open All The Year. term, ;yet by reason of its long habitudein

II. Gradgrind Let us have the language it has lost or outgrown
Crimean heroes. We should what might be called the coarseness of

'I)is* Mr. Peet to have the Crimean Only afew minutes its origin and i* now entitled to a placein

thrown out-into the gutter his walk from Hallway stations the aooeptod vocabulary without any

I1 W Place.. we Crimean heroes are cheap and Steamboat lindlnK8 apology or fanciful explanation. In proofof FLORIDA *! BOAT WORKS
want Peets.
more Anyone this I may; cite other example, not
nab on a bullet or a bayonet; it On the banks of the ably"-; ,
ow a Pee to be sensible. We hope far famed Indian River "
"Wendell interrupted the mother
Pert Melbourne Indian River, Florida.
get kto parliament and of the little Boston boy, the
111 these tmii J.\TE'VV' .A.a-E NT. ;yoo weary !
views and he in the c/a
might lady with ;your chatter Run out now
time "S3CQ t
give the aged pauper commis- and play; awhile. "Chicago Tribune.A o .. :
I -
good drubbing. This Is the right

It Englishmen.-Pall Mall Ga- B.*atj; a Pro *ctloa. -::;.. .: Unuy EiplodwL

Plotting Mamma-Why do yon al AUx baa I15.COO( wvjth ot special engagement "They tell us, he said dreamily, =

'the >.w )lan. way take your Cousin Nellie with yon? for the coming campaign.The "that women are extremely; susceptibleto C) ((1g
"' "
'Jremiah said the new woman Her beauty makes yon and ;your sister chances for Monbari, 2 :11) to flattery -

I Iy. "%ere's a memorandum in look plain.DaughterI. wear a crown this fall are very good. "I've beard that, replied his friend. "'0 -
'If Pocket know it, mamma but "Well, don't ;yon believe It. I tried
which shows have J he ii willing to
been Philip Dwyer; says
;you t tEIr
!IDII' sugar sto"Teamy when we have Nellie along we never lease the Brooklyn Jockey clnb'i race this morning to tell my; wife she was so
trouble finding a policeman to good looking she did not need a new I IC
dear, have any; track for $23,000 ==-
replied the a
new man ;year =
+k!, take n* across the street-New York spring dre**. Washington Star. )
Do With all the necessary material at ::: -g

JOB think that we can afford World. I hand why do not American breeder W..te4 Na QumllB(. ..- C"a.":
'ring* ou as this?" jit. Coat....&. ootJ ""IItII
a few of the hunter that
apply a are He =
*< dear. ; (encouragingly; )-I'm cure of one
I suppose we can't Butt Lady-I see ;you advertise homemade bringing long price in every market of thing my; angel-you and I "will never == g t:1':3c.

bargain.help "buying it. It looked like bread the world' quarrel a* that ooopl are doing .:>> cd _. CI':2

-Washington Star. Baker-Yea, ma'am. There i* a filly nine month old at She (with decision) Indeed we :zBoatPl:: -) '_

Matter of Id>BtllJe.tloB. Lady-Doe* it taste like homemade It' Minnebaba park Minneapolis by Black won't. If ;you ever speak to me a* be did ::: ==

;Sarc:d Baker-No, indeed ma'am. field oa of Simmons, oat of the dam to her, I'll call the police.-New York
murmured the
I be enraptured blushing sweet and light-Household Word of Minnebaha .37tf at two ;year, that Weekly; _
youth slipped a _
; in econd huulotl and at tho lovvontJi
4$ out
i Ilopnuod
-airing 'lIcl
on her taper finger, "ev loins Dl6e.- Ttfe greatest feat ;yet eved by the
il 7 ??* "V twin fctw and I look Mr Droppin-I* Mr Bait in today Baron de Qinch the noted Englimhtorfman cientlflo imagination i* held to be that uroH. Pioinpt attention given to ortloin.KHtiinutoH .

?* alike but ;yon will always; know Mr Baite' partDeI'-No *ir. He' make an annual division of which" start from Daltoo' atomic the.eey. given on all kind of bantu.

.;H;* "'oo't your' down at the Bangley him winning among the Loodno ho.pltak. Agent for tbe Celebrated

S. **.'1 aid Harold ecstatioalyw Ah I Catching tIBh'lIr. The lirtfor the MMaoof 1694amonnU Tbe American Bible society now print \
; '
Mr. Droppin
l'fl "" to 9,0001 Za all b* ha dltrftmtad *. WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida. I.
y by; this ring my dar- B.'* P.-No, sit. fishing.-Boa- book in 14) different language and MpeoU pA.T.BOSE.

"hats the matterr-Chicago ton Courier MSM to thisR 1UDDer.-. to extend tbe list to 800 by tb end

--. at th.
i century. :


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never takes the papers, for he Isn't a they never even lost their leaves. The e Highest of all in Leavening Power-Latest U.S. Go/t ReportoVal8akins ROBBINSjpRlfift
believer trees will bear a good crop of fruit this THE
; In the new and sensation of tile day; year
That's whir they put his business the ,
hanl" of a receiver, Messrs. J. W. Merrill, John McAllster

And bill creditors hauling him awayl I and Capt. Horn all have orange trees Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.

-Atlanta G'onstutlan. that are bearing, and show no signs off


coitmsi'oM>iNci:. Mr. Ben). W. Jerome has a grove at I

Bnntley which never lost any leaves, > We have for sale a large list of

Let UN Hoar Al ont Your Orange and are very well loaded with oranges. carefully

(Jrovea.Or'TIIOLn !' I could mention several other orange AB&OUUTEI.Y PUREMr. selected Indian River Properties.

groves that look as If they had not been ---- -- -- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast

N. Y., June 25, 1805.Afeitrt. the hurt Indian by the freeze River; In shore fact all of trees Merrill's along Geo. Glngras, of Rockledge, wasa .1TheBaptfst Sunday School will\ have Canal and Transportation Co. Lily

Graham A Walton their Children's Day exercises on Sunday -
: pleasant caller at our office yesterday CANAL LA1VDS.Florida
Island, that were well protected by windbreaks .
I notice In your paper during the past on the west and north, were un -Mr. W. Salisbury, of Merritt, has evening next at 7:30: at the Baptist Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway rom
church. All are cordially Invited to at- Lands Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment PoJ)
two Issues a request from a correspond left for Co
hurt. Yours truly, Nottingham, England, to spend and other Low Priced Lands. ",'
ent in Chicago as to how the orange R. C. CREECH. the balance of the summer tend.
trees are getting along. I think an art!- Money to; Loan .Ixv/xys on. salmi
Sloop For Sale. At Ten per cent, in some to lull.
ole from each section fronj Eden to
-say Indian
River Lands for Sale.
Where Orange Trees Show No Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
the Haulorer-stating condition of the For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl5f;

trees, prospects, etc., "ould-elpeclall Effects of the Late Freeze. 80 acres on the Banana river, near tonnage! 18 27-100' ; In first-class condi- Titusville Florida.

Jf encouraging-do more to keep people Canaveral P. O.; 40 acres near NarrowsP. tion. New sails head-room In cabin

Interested In Florida than any other OHCJIID, FLA., June 25, 95. O.; 40 acres at Sebastian, on the ridge Best party or trade boat of her size on toE -=
and near the railway, part cleared; 40 the river. Price, 140000. Apply
object. Editors Advocate t acres on the ridge at Woodley, the rail C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt.
Chaffee & Co
Truly yours, Dear Sirs-In answer to the request In way passing through it; 5 acres at Sebastian Peter Nelson, Tltnsvllle, Fla., where'tf she Fred. S. :,!.+

J. B. TERRY. last week'k ADVOCATE regarding uninjured river front hammock land, near may be seen. ,
Sebastian railroad and depot, splendid ,
orange groves on Indian River, I building site. Genuine Bargain In Heal

The Cljdo Line and J., T. & 1C.W. :. beg to say that orange trees, here on the HENKT Brirsojc' Estate.No. -+ THE CORNER DRUG STORE

show 18tf Sebastian Fla.
Jtnllnay. peninsula, practically no effect ,

whatever of last winter's freezes. We 1. Twelve acres of hammock -

NEW HAVEN' COJlfJlf., June 22, '03.Jldilort : have even supplied less favored sections land at Sharper postofflce about 300 feet TITUSVILLE -
with stock. front on Indian River, runs back to FLORIDAWe
AJcocate nursery
county road; has upon It a house of six
Dear Sirs-With reference to your Yours truly, FRANK FOKSTEB. rooms, almost new; coat of house $1,000;
barn stable outbuildings, etc. Has a try to keep a full stock of
article on the purchase of the J., T. &: ,
fry CK-OmUGHT tit for Djipeptia. grove of 500 large bearing trees, :In fine Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quality
K. W. : l
Hallway, so as I can learn I
and will
condition before the I freeze, soon
here Purity, Freshness and Quality in Drugs a very important matter.
the Clyde's are not In a position to I recover and bear good crop. Remainder

take: up the J., T. & K. W. unless Mr. Pineapple Plants For Sale. SKASIDH iinsouTS. of land cleared, and Is of best quality for Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper Etcjk
Plant says so. 1'lantowns too much vegetable farm. This property was bold ,

stock In It. A limited number of Smooth Cayenne, Where to go Over the J., St. A. day film for at $0,000 3,800 one; $1,000 year ago cash: will and sell f2,200 to-< We run oar Business In "Up.to.Date" Methods. =====

i Very truly yours, City Abakka pineapple, Golden plants Queens at reasonable and Knville rates. & I. K. Railway. May remain on mortgage. This is a J PSpecial attention to mail ordeis. We will try and fill your wants by t nil
CIIAH. II. IIOWLAND.Pineapples most desirable place for a home, good Just as well as if you called in person. All orders for goods In stuck shipped
J. &: r. M. TYLER, Round-trip tickets are sold to New school on
location close to postofflce day they are received. We want your trade.
10 tf Fort fierce Pinery. Smyrna Daytona, Ormond, St. Augustine .
church etc. and in a nice neighborhood.The
I'tc., IVanled.I and other places In close proximity bare land alone Is almost worth the
to the beach. For rates below.
I Pineapple Slips and Suckers.!' The following are a few see of the well- price asked. Read Read Read! !'

NEW OiiLEANt, June 2fl, '0:>. known seaside resorts of the East Coast: No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof
Write for prices on s. I. Cayenne, .
artesian large
J'dilori A Ji'acute : Abbaka Jamaica Hlpley and Queen slips ORMOJlfD.-One of the finest beaches eight rooms hotel
cleared etc. adjoins propertyat
Dear Mrs-Please advise your patrons I and suckers to 'on the East Coast. Bathing superb Sarno, near ;Eau Gallie. The land WRITE TO THE

i to try us with their pineapples, etc., and E. C. B. T\NDALL, Hotel Coquina Seller &: Vining, pro alone Is worth more than price we quote,
Waveland Fla. prietors. Street car meets all trains.
you can guarantee they will l I 2250.: The owner. refused $3,000_ _a year__
>o plo.iscd Excellent drives.COItoNADO.Well .J A ,': L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER
ago. Jie must sell without uciaj, BU CO
with results. Remember, we can give Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers worth a visit-fine has authorized us to take f2,2::,0; $l,2r.Ocosh ,
some of the best and largest growers on beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet balance may remain on mortgage.No. .
i Indian and St. Lucie rivers For Sale. all trains and transfer and
as reference. passengers 3. One hundred and thirtysixand J'aokson"V"1.11e, F10r1.d.a,
It might be an Item of Intcicst to baggage to the beach at reasonable rates 85-100 of land at New River.
"Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas." Take J., St. A. & I. 1:. R'y train to New mile water front. If you are in need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain their
know that what the of a
longest routeto Three-quarters
Special Low Prices for cash with order.
Apply to MADDOCK & MATTHAMS Smyrna.
Lots 3 4 and
follows ,
Description as :
New Orleans Is the
quickest time
The Palm Beach
Pinery, township 60, south of Don't Miss
DAYTON-Very excellent beach for 8 of section 13, -
-I. e., via S. F.V.. and Ala. Mid. West Palm Beach
: K.R. Fla.
riding, driving and bathing. Elborden range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to tht
It takes five to six days by way of this boarding house, on the beach, as well as whole tract, or less than $7.50/ per acre; Manufacturer.
route, whilst riu the F. C. & P. seven to For Sale. cottage. to rent. Hacks meet all trains. or we will take $10 per acre In forty
Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,
tracts. We believe a purchasercan
ton Is usual time acre
days ; sometimes a little StMMKit HAVEN, near St. Augustine. land and double his Rear of 20 West Street
sell this Bay on River Front, midway between Main in!
more. Abbaka pineapple suckers, yellow Cat- Gearo's Boarding house. Matanzas money as soon as steamers beginto Laura Sstreets. jy: Send for Pocket Memoranda BookGroceries .
Yours truly, L. HAHUOT &: Co., ley guavas, and pedigree Noonan strawberry postoffico. run through the canal next
Commission merchant)' plants. Write for prices to NORTH BEACH, St. Augustine.-Several December. We own this land ourselves
JAB MOTT, cottages to renton this beach. but need money to develop other
Orlando Nursery, SOUTH BEACH, St. Augustine.-On the enterprises hence offer It at a price E BRAY: :
Wlio hits Pineapple To Sell ? Orlando, Fla. St. Augustine &: South Beach R'y. which will Insure early sale. Buy this ,

land and double your money. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r
Queen Suckers For Sale. three-fourths of ,
2fsw ORLEANS, June 20, 1805. SATURDAY TO MONDAY RATES TO No. 4. The ,
southeast quarter of section 7, and of I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Editor Atliuxatf: I have about twenty-five or thirty TUB SEASHORE. lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south

Dear Sir- We would like to have a few i thousand very nice Queen suckers for Commencing Saturday, June 22nd, and of range 41 east, containing 150 acres triple Sc F'LLncyI'oeerie! 4, Fruit

names of pineapple shippers Indian sale; all from young plants that have continuing every Saturday until Sep This tract has a large frontage on the And Food ProductsOf
on never borne an apple. Will be ready tember 30th, will soil round-trip ticketsto St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad
River, Lake Worth and DUcayne Day, for early delivery.For bt. Augustine, Ormond, Daytona and crossing Price $15 per acre. All Kinds Also My Stock of

114 we can keep them posted on our prices ami further particulars, New Smyrna at rates shown below. No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
t naikets. We are satisfied/ that carloadof address Tickets sold at these rates must be limIted 37, south range 41 cost, containing 77 ,

choice pines In half crates or wholes, ALFRED Cox, to Monday following date of sale. : acres. This tract has a quarter of a Ground Food and Wheat.I .
In Clifdale Plantation If application Is made for rate from I mile front on the St. Lucie River at am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above lint
shipment refrigerator car well Iced In Eden FU station not here shown, conductors are Goods. I close and loBei:
Stuart Station Price $33 per acre. buy will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and
transit, will pay well. We are In a post requested to use rate from station next i your patronage. Very truly

tlon-having increased our facilities-to preceding. No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, 33. Us. I3R11DYe

' do what Is right by all shippers FOR SALE. FROM : Bt TO -New I Heights fronting,on one Biscayne mile south Bay, of at Cocoanut Ewanton
t Assuring prompt returns and guaran- Onuond. Daytona. forLoronado I Grove. Price $5,000. This price may
teeing highest possible market results at PINEAPPLE SUCKERS _## B'chlantlng seem high, but If you will try to buy any fEASTER & IpITWISCH
land Bay, In good ,
all times lalatka 111 121alutk tel 1511- fronting on Biscayne
1 :a lee US 160IM location, you will get your eyes opened
We are, yours truly, * AND SLIPS Ban Mateo .... 1 a 126 is to prices asked in that section. This c ,
J, Lake Helen.... 1 25 126 100 Successors to L. A. Coieinan
if* V. llor ILL &: Co., I tract Is the only desirable parcel we
Orange City 1 25iranjjeCtyJo 12a 100
Com. Menbants. Egyptian Queens. 125 1'55 tat i have: left fronting! on Biscayne Bay WholesaleandRetail
Red (talc filll..... .. 1 2.1Tltuirllle im1M (10 : The price asked, $5OiK, will yield Us a FLORIDA MEATS Jdnds
Spanish.Pernambncos. 1 :B! 123 100 fair profit, and we are satisfied that Dealers In
city 1-olnt I 30 : 126
(Cannot some of our readers, who are "I 13(1 125 nothing similar can be had at a much

shipping pines, send on their names I'J] White Antlqnas. Nan k:liableMellHitirua: :: : 140a 10 215 131) 215\a higher price. This tract weeks.will no doubtbe Orange and Vegetable Growers.
sold within few
,., :140son :240 :240 a
Finest and Best Suckers and Slips L:: La Grange,
on 8 lHutlanKort 360 300 '
Orange Gnnva and the aloud .. No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres
Lake Worth Prompt and quick deliv- 1-ierce 6 2Sson 6 211 6::15
Write for Eden .. .. 00S15 SIMsn close to the depot and post office at Mal-
Q next' luii. ery. me prices.K. Jensen .. .. ,115 abar. Large house with upper and lower
II. PAKKINliwt r lm IhI...... Fla. \\ent Jupiter 770S70 770 770
veranda, costing tl.000.00. 7 rooms; In
W faliu acb STO 170
fair' repair, beautiful river front, lawn, ]DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
This cancels Circular 04-031
ST LvtiK:, FLA., ISl No. quot etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 .
ing three-day rates to New Smyrna from
Editor Adrwatt PINEAPPLE large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This .
: SLIPS. Lake Helen and
..... Orange City. will make a nice home for anybody.
Dear Sir-Mr. Lawrence C. Moore of JOSEPH RICIIARDSOV, Good neighborhood. Price only $1250.00.

Chicago seems to be of the opinion he General OF & Co'
= AND SUCKERS Passenger Agent. NOTE::-The above descriptions will ALL KINDS Francis H. Leggett
has the only orange grove that will" -
produce -- --- enable customers to locate the several
a crop this coining season. My properties very closely by examiningone
grove at Drantley was uninjured, and FOR SALE of the J., St. A. &: I. R. R'y com- Fine Groceries.
any's railroad but we will be
lias a full of fruit Mrs
very crop young
Jerome's grove, adjoining, Is the same.I Or the Following ===== pleased to send special maps on a large Fruits and W
scale, on application, to parties who Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all
credit their escape to a very heavy Red Spanish, I mean business and Intend to buy, If they

margin, which I have never shunned. Porto Rico, can find such a bargain as they want. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. -

Now about the road question. I am 1 t RoiiBIfS & GRAHAM Co.,
decidedly In favor of good roads, and VARIETIES : Smooth Cayenne, 1 Titusville, Fla. P- Agents for Williams A Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.

fully believe It would be In the Interest Golden Queen, Very Truly oLWtOl"RICHARD
--- -- -- IDTXrOM. dJ 3
of the future prosperity of our county to Enville iby.La ,
L. K. MOM, I..t. S. O. TANLANDrSGHAM, Bee T....*. -
bond and build the road, the labor being -
Orders now taken. All first

given to the residents of the county, and class plants, and early delivery. Apply PIICENIX MILLS LUMBER CO., W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG,
If It can be arranged, to go ahead with Notary rabble* IMOWM
the work early In the fall. The building to G. C. MATTHAMS, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

of this road will be a great help to many Florida Pineapple Co., Incorporated October 1HO4-8uoceor* to K. Ranoa A Co. Florida Real
Lath and all Kinds of Estate ExchangeBy eJ
of our citizens who were Injured by the West Palm Beach Fla. Shingles Rough and Dressed Lumber ,

freeze. Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling Flooring and unmatched
lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes _
I hare been well over 28 states of our
Union, and wherever I found good roads Orange Lemon and Grapefruit made u called for. All Kinds of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Work aSpeclaltJ. Write us for descriptive price list.

found a growing and prosperous comnudity. One of our firm U a contractor and builder of many years' experience, POSTOFFICE BOX 10O. -
Yours aespectfully, STANDARD VAKII.TIE8.Buds so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction MELBOURNE Brevard Co. FLA.
BCNJ W. JCBONK. and Scions For Sale. and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and lathe ,

I uu pr.|..nd to furnish eye buds, (hangsend most satisfactory manner fall and see us before purchasing elsewhere.
folium,M $1 per du), (a |..r IRS Nut !...
than 600 of any uu. ton M thixutnil rat*. llnp -- Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.A .
nearing Orange Groves on Indian fruit eye butts,fl per loo.ale per l.uw' Orange
Lewoo scions, : rsu1;
andinlutruIu ierrwleal
Itlver. SJiwrloo, Slit Mr l.uuo No dlncuunt an large Lumber and House
ortbn fur Mioas. All buds and scions said FULL LINE OFOPTICAL Building Materials 4-
pat 1'ald to ouguaranteed to teach you IB ,
BANYAN, FLA. June M 05. putt order, had Urn ea >Tuuichly -
Editor AJrofate: .u.your...orde.W. uniUnUnd Trm.:future Cult all deU..1 details with Urd may r. Brad be pre ear..- GOODS at Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lime Cement, Nails iri

Dear Sir-In answer to Mr. LawrenceC. nalred to flll orders Joel when wanted Get your
buds and Klaus from ""lI.blollOlln..*. Builders' Hardware
Moore, of Chicago, I will mention a Address: C. I. IIl'RGt:88. d.7%.TII bX I' BROS., ,

few orange groves along Merritt' Island Rltenlde, 'alit. Sized

that are now bearing, as follows: Mr. ford Florida K. W Rtftienre Barsge. Bu.ll.O.H, Via.>ortoa, O. l>. (tie. THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE FLA. Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty

John Casper trees at Tropic were unhurt cal4tontla; Kef nnt'e: Orance. 0,....... Rank. G
r. K. AI1'''''. P. M,. M. R. ,an Fleet. ,Wt" r'&r,o Watch Clock and Jewelry Repairing. > .. .' F. PAD DISON, -
last lute?.
during w freeie; In fact Eapresw agent, Kinnl"'aI'f.. l, rl,.

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