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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: July 5, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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-Mr. Henry Benson of Sebastian, was -Mr. II. B. Howard, of Sebastian, has New :Money: Order Oflleea.Seabrcete drill by the Indian River Gnards and aa

a pleasant caller at this office yesterday been appointed notary public for the address and presentation of medal by

.... :::ifJ -"everalof the Indian River and Lake state at large. on the ocean beach, opposite Archdeacon It. F Brown. The modal

Worth pineapple growers are shippingsmall -Mr. C. T. Vorbeke, of Sarno, Is in Daytona, In Volusla county, has was presented\ to Serjeant J\ le Knox

rhl" quantities\ of pineapples.Mr. town to-day, having arrived here yesterday been made a money order office. Miami, : who made the least errors In drill on this

t F: and Mrs C. T. MoParty, of An- morning to spend the Fourth. Dade county has also been made money occasion Private (). L. Sitpp kept close

kona, were In town yesterday and to-day -Mr. R. F. Hall was at Narrows this order office.Kemovnl. I to him until the IllIt.rcll1leaooo:

spending the Fourth.Messrs. week, attending to Insurance matters Drown then gave an oration on Indo-

\ Howell Titus and M. Goldsmith connected with Mr. Burns' house, whichwas of the Chief of the pendence nay, whlih wait attentively
Weather Iturenu. listened to by the majority those
present
burned dow .
r left here, Saturday last, to attendcounty recently n
f l t I who pronounced it \- very able ad-
court at West Palm Beach. News Is to hand of the death of Mr. 1 We regret to learn that our old friend, dress. Ho had evUtcntty studied up the

'J -Mr. Chas. H. Chnmlx-ilin, of Palm Geo. W. Scobie's father, who departedthis Prof. Mark W, Harrington, who" has causes of our separation from England

:4acZ Beach, has been appointed justice of the life at his homo in New Haven, freqllC'ntlYIlf\nt the ADVOCATE: pleasant : Very carefully.Just .

: peace for the 2nd district of Dade 'onn., last: Friday rooming. little remembrances sine his visit to I after >2> p. m. came the "roosterIn

'1 county. -Lost, In TltiiMlllo, recently, n l.uly's Titusville, has been removed from office the tree" contest v won by Chiulc

-The view of the ADVOCATE building! umbrella. Anyone having found same: by President ('If veland.IXtontloii Crabb.

published In this issue, was sketched by will\ please forwaid to Mrs. !Strother: The potato race prize\ of it pocketknife

;J Prof. W. A. Sharp, of the Stetson Tni- Smith, care of Major St. 'lair Abrams, : of IMagter Hall" ny. was" secured by Poison 1'.,.I.1l110n.

01 versity, DC Land. Coronado, Fla.; or leave It at AmocATKoflhe. A wheelbarrow race, fur a box; of
The grading of tine road-livd. on the
-The camp at New River, which\ has cigars, lu which" quite a number took
r t i ih ir Fl.tgW Railway, from West Palm (Beach
l (t been under the management of Mr. Archdeacon U.o'. Brown will hold to the Florida Phumpplu ('0.1' planta part, was worthy Willie (Idsmith.

4 i i d .- Frank Stranahan, is said to have been 10establlshed. divine service on Sunday next, the 7th UOIl-a\H'ut one 1II110IIIIIt'Rrl1111..11/ <-.1. The l>o}"' foot race was quite exciting
We understand ho closed the prize being ice cream and cake
met, In St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, The road will not lie graded! further

a It for a time. at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Rev. Stuart south until a free right-of-way, has becuobtalm John Lln isay. s

JdeF y -Mr. J. H. Livingston:; of the firm of Martin will hold services that day at >d.Well. A straw hat was. the pilxo In the men's

Livingston & Sheen, real estate dealers, Cocoa at 10:no a. m., and at \1tnIU at -- ---- footrace. Won by Willie Goldsmith.

) I THE "ADVOCATE" NEW BRICK BUILDING. West I'alm Beach, stopped over In Titus! 8:30: ( p. m. Morlteil Promotion! The three-legged: race The caused considerable two,
ainusunwnt.
prlxo was
his
until
villa from Friday Saturday, on
I 'way to Orlando. -MIlia Estelln Ellis, after occupyingthe })Iuno Humor has been aiound to the umbrellas\ won by Frank I.oul"II'I11and

I position of operator for tine Westein with the that Mr.! C. R. Jensen.
office
ADVOCATE news
head This Column
NEWS I Carefully. -The Misses M. and L. DcBogory, of: Co. of this the
LOCAL Union Telegraph place,
Clarence B. Knott-well known for hieconnection A big watermelon was the prize In the
R nd Topics of General Interest. Geneva; and the Misses Belle Brannan space of.a week, left for Columbus, Ga. with the Cordova, St Augustine sack race, and It was secured by Ewaa

::1 I THE EAGLE CioTinvd STOKE, In the and Blanche Brooker, of Jupiter, gave -her home-on Monday Her place has has been appointed by Mr. Flaglerto Rice
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AnVOCATE block, Tttusvllle, are the the ADVOCATE a pleasant calf on Monday been taken by I). Coxetter, of St Augus the position of superintendent of nil The tug-of-wAr caused lots of fun, anda
id defy and General Oomilp In connectionwith lending) clothier on the East Coast of afternoon.Dr. I ,
tine.
" Indian River and Lake Worth see- Florida. Give them a trial. his hotels; while Mr. Homer Gillis, one bandana handkerchief was presentedto
.during put week. Ilrlef mention ofluterritlnic I). A. Thomason, of Lecshurg, of the popular employee of the Ponce do the successful cl>nt<'ltan1ll. It was

Events from Various I'arti Fla., who Is stopping at 'oronado head, A New Cloternor. Leon, will\ take charge of that fine hotel. the married against:: the single:: and the
00
of the World) About People You Know WIIEIIE to stop. See list of hotels on has bought the bear recently owned by married
1it Mr. Henry W. Merrill-who Is now at wou.
.nd Peopla You Don't Know- Picked our 7th page.; Sm't'na'
of the New The of the Bahamas-
the toll-keeper new
governor
by Our Society Editor. the Crawford House, White Mountains The ft prize given to the successful
up bridge.Mr. Sir W F. Haynes'Smith-is expected to -will still manage the Royal Polnclana, one on the greasy pole, was won by Isaac

ry- JOB PRINTING at this office. A Remedies ULI line atCIIAFFEE of Munjou's Homapathlc and Mrs. Robt. Pcntlaml removed arrive at Nassau on Tuesday next, the much to the pleasure of his many Lindsay.

& Co., Druggists; to the Decker cottage near the Oth Inst. friends; and Mr. Chas. H. Davis-Mr. The cracker contest for a pair of boy's

1 Titusvillo, Fla. Indian: River hotel on Monday Mr. Merrill's sjblo. and jolly assistant-will shoos, elicited considerable merriment.

I Keep on }'I!>hln'. Decker made sundry Improvements Hummer i\ciirxlou:: Kate manage the new hotel on the beach, The prize was. secured by Jim Bowen.

DII\ blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at before they took possession which Is now being erected by Contractors The principal feature of the day appeared

tniiiNM plat tie the jew,Hih gobs don't tur bite dew at?fust, i I the ADVOCATE office. -Mr. C. C. Chillingworth, of West Reader, your attcntson Is drawn to U>e McGuire McDonald. i } to be the bicycle races, which

buck down yewr pole throw out yewr bait. II I Palm Beach, who has been attending a new summer rates on the Flagler\ Rail We also loam that Mr. Greaves-who I were as follows:
An my yewr fluhln's threw tt'v WE have to loan In to will bo found the Oth
now sums which
coune yew hain,vewr going tur Bah money re-union of the old members of Cornell way, on has been cashier at the Ponce do Loon No. L-Buys' race-l.t: year and
An Dub an Hun an wall suit an approved real estate security. page of this issue. This Is a fine opportunity miles.
rntll I yrw're ketclied yewr basket full, Send in your applications. Robbins university, in New York state, passed for year or two-will\ hHve the management under, 2
I 4n used up all >ewr bait. i Graham Co. through here, Saturday last, on his way to get to the seaside at a small of the Alcarar, "St. Augustine lat l'rlxtJ-bloycle lantern, *:1.00, PkkRay.

Suripom lucceu don't come at font, I home. expense. Mr. Flagler is a close observer of meritIn .

ofcl Throw\\Tiat be yew\"eI goln tur and dew kick? yewraelf, NAPHTHA LATNCHF A. T. Rose, Mel Major St. Clair-Abramn, who spends those In bis employ; and its selectionof 2nd prize-bicycle bell, .1.7, Frank
: tii:f"ro : blew fI bourne, Indian River, will build any Foreclosure of ::\IortJ: Je. the above gentlemen to manage hubs Webber.
I 1'one yew Saint,yewr going tur ash, the summers at his cottage at Coronado,
An bait an bait t kind of steam or naphtha launch, sailor hotels to bo good one No. 2.-Youths' race-10 years and
: r.rJ: ardent fisherman and makes palatial appeals
a.roebyIIICCPM ,yewr hook, row boat to order. Wlite him for is a roost A final decree was made last Wednesday under 3 miles.
And yew will pull him ID.Honton. estimates good catches of fish. His wife, and also --- ,
Bupday Courier In the Circuit court of Duval county 1st prize-Kombl camera, f 1..10: Ed.
daughter and little grandchild, Margaret, rouiiTii or JULY IN TITUNVILLI -
, M"ral A.l, >ertl8 In the AMOCATK If yon In the case of E. L. Brady vs. Nap uinnan Rumph.
lib MOYEW'e want to loan on first with him on the beach.
Increase your businen money are stopping ':.
Broward et. al.) foreclosure of molt-
real estate mortgages. Ten cent 2nd prize-set of sterling silver .I''l\'e
per
L.I free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden -Mr. Jas. F. Mitchell, of Cocoa, passed gage. F. I'. Fleming was appointed buttons, |2,at, E. "anlI: .lInlCham.|

Yesterday being the Fourth of July, & Sanders, litusville\ and West Palm through here on his way to Cuthbert, special master to make sale of the pro]>- The Fourth of July has come and No. 3.-Novice race-2 miles.

' the ADVOCATE suspended business Beach, Florida. Ga., where he goes In the Interest of the erty, which Is situated at /St.' Nicholas, gone, and the celebration of Independence 1st prize-Lamson carrier, 14: .00, Roswell -

) 1 -Mr, T. V. Moore, of Jensen, was In w American Refrigerator Transportation Duval county. Day was carried out In Titusville Coleman
WHEN you visit Jacksonville, stop at Co., of St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Mitchell expects with considerable spirit. The day
town a day or BO the end of last week. 2nd prize-box of cigars, 1.50, ClAddisStewart.
the Carleton hotel, Bay street. The to be away two or three months.Mr. opened with bright sunshine, and the
-)Irl. W. II. Parkin has started an electric car from the railway station Kamlo Culture. .
and Mrs C. L. Dohn and familyof thermometer registered In the 8(1( shade, '
Episcopal: Sunday school at West Palm will land you at the Carleton door in No. 4.-1 mile oI.en-3 minute limit
about six minutes. New Smyrna are now occupying a but, unfortunately, It turned off showery
By request of several who are Interested lilt l.rl7.lIl't of Morgan A Wright,
t! teachMr Coronado. Mr. Dohn Is the about four o'clock. The lawn fete Inconsequence
at
cottage Coxetter.
In the culture of ramie we reproduce tires, (12.00: I)
Geo. M. Bobbins has been HAVE purchased two hundred barrels' well known livery-stable keeper at New the article, published\ In the ADVOCATE bail" to lie given up, and In 2nd prize-woolen sweater $4.00, ".
'(pending a couple of days In Jackson- slaked lime, and am selling it low. whose fine teams command Its place there was a dance In the hall.
Smyrna,
2nd of this Issue.A Montgomery.
recently, on page
Ilae; this week. Special prices on large lots. Best
numbers of gathered on
people
thing for new lands. quite a good patronage in the above large number of copies of the pink Large No. S,-Men's slow race-200 yards.let .
-Mr, R. S. Nelson, New Smyrna's section. the streets during the various times of shoes 6:1,50: (
<}. F. PADDIHOS, paper have been ordered this week-the prize-pair bicycle ,
!romlnent real estate dealer was In town iallie Fla. when anything was to be seen, and one
20-3t Eau; -Among the down-river residents who New Orleans Fibre Co. alone taking 100 Ed Rumph.

ooday. paid Titusville a visit the first of the copies extra. Who says the ADVOCATM and all seemed to enjoy the ainusemenU No. 0.-201) yard dash-standing start

... -Yr, Benj. Hogg: of Waveland, has To LIT, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE week were: P. J. Nevlns, Jas. Holmes, Is not a good medium for advertising ? provided for them. lit prize-Morgan\ A Wright floor pump,

tour to the Bahamas, In the schooner : block, Titusville.\ Excellent location Chas. Magruder, W. R Sanders, T. E. Flags were flying from several buildings /l.!>0, M. Montgomery

Manatee, for a cargo of pineapple slips once. ,Apply Possession to Kobbins may &be Grahamor had at Richards, Ii. D. Hoke, C. T. MtCarty, in town, and Manager Voss, of the 2ud I'rlxpalr toe ell I" 1.00, Robt.
A Lift Line at Coromulo. Indian River hotel, worked maid to
Mr D M Conolly, the well known C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, Jas. T. Hogg, John Houston, W. II. Arnold. iNo
and exterior with
the Interior
decorate
proprietor of the Lemon City hotel, BleLayne Titusville. Sharpe, K. A. Hardee and others. 7.-Five-mile open.1st .
The rope for the life line-.VM) feet of Chinese lanterns, flags, paper festoons
) Bay, has been spending several -The party of eleven, who have been prize--st" of Akron flyer tube tires
fII nunllla Is In tan.
TIMES ARE HARD and you cannot affordto food, one-Inch now of various colors and designs, and a liberal
da '
3. m Jacksonville bee everything. Insure agitinst spending a week at the ocean beach It will be placed In position directly In sprinkling of palmetto palms, $15.1)0) D. Colettes.

III I -Or, A. V. Lansing has moved all his I fire, cyclones and accident with HALI! near Oak Hill, returned to town on Sunday front of the hotel, and will be anchoredby which he wound tastefully around the 2nd prize-Lowes' cyclometer, 10,000:

drug stock from Eau Gallle to West *: WRIGHT, of Titusville\ Fla., representing night last, well browned and In concrete blocks, six of them weighing posts of the hotel-luslde and out- miles, $4.25, M. Montgomery./
& London &
t., Palm Beach, where he has again startedup Globe, the the Old Liverpool Hartford and other excellent spirits and health. They 601b each,distributed at equal distance giving the place quite a gay appearance; No. 8.-Novice race, 2 miles

!II m business leading companies. tf report having spent a most enjoyable the length of the line. The leaders from while Observer Lanouette was not far I'rlao-l of cigars, J. Wilkinson

-Mrs. S. A. Bravo and son Paul, of time in bathing, fishing, turtle-bunting line to anchors will be (Oft. long, thus behind In decorating, for he fixed eighteen THE LAWS: FETR.la .

j. New Palm Beach pent from Saturday etc., while away, and would not give allowing full play of the rope- at all flags at the top of the hotel, which consequence of the continuous talc

; until Monday at St Augustine, visiting -Tbe exercises at the Baptist churchon their experience for anything. stages of the tide. Fifty large fUh-mtt' proudly floated In the brtwze. We have that set In, the lawn /((/-which everyone -

wUtives. Mn Bravo took Ferdinand Sunday evening were very Interesting -information has been received at tbe corks will be placed on the line-sufficient !- never seen the Indian River hotel so was looking forward to with so

I' Masters home with her. and well attended.Mr. headquarter of the Cotton States and to keep it afloat even under the gaily decorated before. 'much pleasure did not take place

-Quite a jolly of ladies S. F. Gibbs, who has been on a International Exposition, that on Chic strain and pull of a big party of bathers. The programme for the day commenced on the beautifully Uld-out grounds of

} &m been .stopping party Coronado young hotel, visit of several days duration to Jacksonville :ago Day, which hu been set for the 0th This life line will be put out at the expense with a grand street bicycle Mr. Wro. M. Brown. But as a kind of

Coronado Beach for some time past, and returned home on Tuesday.Mr. of October, a special train will arrive In of Manager Sharp.Shipping parade, In which 88 bicyclists took part. set-off, Barrata's band-which had arrived -
lJ
between vocal and Instrumental music, Kredell, of Eau Gallie passed Atlanta, from Chicago bearing three These started from the Indian River from Jacksonville-went to tbe

swimming, riding and have through Titusville, Monday, on his way hundred representative business men of TomatocN. hotel at 10 o'clock, with their wheels all Opera house, where a large party had
driving they
the first of the
been to Beading and other places In Philadelphia that city, and regiment gaily decorated with flags and colored I gathered to talk, eat Ice cream and cake
making things quite lively Illinois National Guard, one of the crack
--*Ir, J. A. from to spend the summer. militia regiments of the country. They Tomatoes are still In the market, but ribbons. At the same time Mr. Wra. M. and to "trip the light fantastic" This
Happersette spent of the will Into during their visit to together all tbe juveniles In completed a enjoyable Fourth vf
aturUay "SkeeU" Is the pass word go camp they are not quite as plentiful as they Brown got very
until
h'Jtel Monday at the Coronado ocean-beach crowd If you want to get the position, and will be made thoroughly have been. The prices for them though the town who bad tricycles, and he paraded July celebration The proceeds, which
He
he has their la the
had home
not at during
says so enjoyMsit stay
Ibt! for through their line. Don't ask them how Chicago of the South. does not seem to be going downward, them through the main streets, amounted to about $3000, go to St
long time, and the surf
"" smile, though, when you are says the Citizen. headed by himself. Among them were Gabriel's Episcopal church.
thing and they Ormond has '
strolls the Coast Gazette of
moonlight on -The ,
Brown Willie May Gould Should the weather to-day turn out
Over 4,801 crates of tomatoes were Louis* ,
In. and hereafter will be
Dutiful) beach cannot be excelled. Mr. suspended, consolidated
UalJltl'Sette In deal bath- Manager Sharp, of Hotel Coronado, with tbe Daytona News. Editor shipped from the Lake Worth and Ifs Lena Titus, Ethel and Jeanette Wilson, populous, the ladies bicycle race-
of time
put
i "if> the a good business for this Murray made a good paper of It by poluxo districts this season. Of this Fannie Ray, Winnie Gaulden eta, all postponed owing to the rain-will cow
ocean, but at first was a little is doing a fairly well considerable work; but finding the merchants number 3,308 crates were shipped by dressed In regalia attire. Mr. Brown's off, and Mr. Brown expects to give his
"" "ill and the table Is supplied
at of did
so many ladies swimming time year and townspeople not giveblm
while 1,493 crates went by ex get-up was excellent and caused roan of lawn A" Tuesday night 1'b. groundswill
of the freight
delicacies season.
4tOllllot It
him; but It wore off In time, and with all the sufficient support to keep up to
br. sew he The cooking, also Is good; and the standard, he did a wise thing by suspending press. The charges on this fruit laoabter. be lighted throughout with electric
says would like another
i gait to pay the above hotel publication ere running Into amounted to J,371.V1 over that receivedfor The Titusville colored band paraded and Chinese lamps, and there will t* a
to at
thr the Ccronado: hotel, to joint those who stop him keeping so ar'l, debt. Ormond Is now without a paper, It In 194.! This shows that the Increase the streets, and gave the people some of I grand display of fireworks with balloonascensions.
lloany uvort, and pastimes at that surprised to fed and we have some doubt as to whether No admission will be
1" I"';4ar> they
.\ K' ** eel ao much at bowo. transients. nerve (and capital) to start another amounted to on.l4 *aM., FoM wl&J1 tb-is came ,a prize military charged and everybody U lavlted.Ily .











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SOCIETIES, ETC. ished condition ready for the spinner, at factories are unable U get It as required. Clyde Steamship Co

i'I' a minimum cost. Decortlcatlon with With Mr. Allison's machine In. general
Of rYTHIA"
1 KS10HTS ramie means the separation of the bark, use, the Chinese cannot compete In '
a rVmlnnle )1... :M. hnMn" Its outdoes at t' I
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the Conn hove the flnt four Thiirs'Ur e.en- In which the fibre lies, from the woody amount, quality or price The beet ae

?, lam of each month st t o'clock p. m. portion of the stalks. The decorticated ramie known grows In the 'Southern

W. II. HARMM,
S U OCKir.B
C. C. K. of R. S.I ramie in this state Is termed "ribbons," Gulf states."

I which must undergo another procell_ Trials of ramie machines were given / r 1

S, INDIAN RIVER OfARI that known as df'gummIDg-before the at the Louisiana experiment, near New

I Iwlll at the Armory, over county }jell every fibre Is ready for conversion into textiles. Orleans, In October and December, 1804.
the nlonthattn'N.nk. .
i I Tuesday etenlntf In A. T. s'aaerrxCapt.ln, More than one hundred ramie decortl- Two machines were represented the

cators have been invented during the Allison and an tber of English Invention fi 5S s.S? .eS SP .** aNew

past twenty years. While many have and manufacture. At these trials
CIIl'ltCut
; i shown merit, and progress has been the U. S. Department Agriculture was 111 1 11 I1 11

E/IACOPAL Clll'RCII.fervlces noted each: year towards the, solution of represented by the lIon. Chas. Richard
and Florida
Charleston
the let anal 3rd 8un.I.). la each the problem, It is only within the past Dodge, chief of the Bureau of Fibre York, Lines
J month, .! II a and 7:311: p. m. Sunday tchool
; ( very Sunday at SJtn p. m. Evening prayer at twelve months that a complete and IUCce"etul Investigation, who was also one of a Ifi rattoo much for you

.1 ( S p. m. on A'eilnesiUf Litany service every process, both mechanical and of committee of three to decide and report the Too bigto
Friday at 10 .. m.i ordinary, bulky pill The magnificent Steamships of this Line are
i R&v. B. F. Known Rector. degnrnmlng, has been perfected. This on experiment The work performed take, and too much disturbance aD-

r I i CHURCH.flerrlre has been done by Capt. Samuel B. Allln- was reported a* being highly satisfactory for your poor system. The smallest, pointed to sail as follows :

FBESBTTEIUAX RahbathatIIa.m.andL3op.m. son, of New York-a gentleman who In a letter to the writer subsequent easiest to take, and best, are Dr. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways

I j Bahliailih every<> ,l at 9.3) a. m Christian :Kmlea- has given this question his almost constant to these trials, Mr. Dodge says: Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They (STANDARD TIME.)

(. ..... meeting at 9'M p. m., prayer. meeting Invites study for a long series of years tIt strongly urge the farmers of Floridato leave out all the disturbance, but From New Tork, From Jarksnnvl164
( We ln at IiJO All I are \ .
< Uy tem.| STEAMER: ( ..
) to attend. Rnv. \\'. T. \ 1tI rastor. and he now claims, !and has already commence the cultivation of ramie yet do you more good. Their help (l'Ier 29, E. H.1) A V. ri
28 at 8.00 m CHEROKEE .Thursday, July 1, at .
demonstrated In trials for first but to Friday' June t : ". ::: : .t' oaTnealay
numerous public not wholly profit at lasts. July x: at 8.tU: m.. KElli\Ht: .Snndav, uFriday
1 METHOUIBTCIIl'ttCH.Hervlres being ready to prove it again to the make themselves familiar with the cultivation Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious .. II, at 3.110 I' fit ALOtttl'IN ThIl",1ay, 11 tTnevday I
,
} at Tltnuville every first second Bnmlav and satisfaction of the most skeptical that he i of the plant and to secure roots Attacks, Sick or Bilious Headaches, :": 12 9: :: 3.00 300 :: : (.SEMlNol.E.HER"KLK..Sunday: : : Thurstay:! I Hat is: I'':;:,:
i third Oabhath I at II a.m.anil T p HI.; ..
i : Tn..ra" Itl, at 3.0n fit...... IRIvCOIS.Sunday: II II"J
of the liver JI
l erh.alatton'coeka.m.PvrrylondayF.pwnrtlI I ; : extended and all derangements
for ,
{ i can produce ramie fibre In a perfect, more operations. Frida".t 3.no p hi .ALOn\tfUis..Thurutlay! t5: A00\
i
it fawlnIeatep.In.PVPT7Snnday" ; I'rajer meeting finished condition at less than With all these facts before us It would stomach, and bowels are prevented, Tuesday I 23. at .. .SF.wtNOI.E.! .Sunda 2v
a t Io'rlrkevery Thnnrdaynight. The public. are a cost Friday, :: 2t: at ::: r. ::: ,: IRtat'l)1S. Thursday, Ang.. I :: ,,:alTu..la' \
cordially Invited to attend our services.R. sea-Island cotton can be produced for. seem that there would be no further relieved, and permanently cured.They're ? 311, a' 3.00 p m. CIIEROKEE .... ..8unday, 1 ii :.w iJ
{ W. LA WI.en, 1'astor.BiFTlSTCHURCH. .
I From time Immemorial ramie has been delay In taking up the cultivation of this guaranteed to give satisfaction

s9 j i cultivated In China, the fibre being produced plant. The time was certainly never I or your money is returned.A Charleston & Jacksonville Line

i j Preaching every tint parent and fourth ftnnd by hand labor. The largest more opportune than the present. In I Philadelphia,
1 y.. I'raver Mwtimrs every Tursday evening: with the of "COLD is
: connection variety IN TilE HEAD
:o'clock. Bong Serrlreevery I Frl.layeveningt amount of fibre a Chinese laborer can great quickly For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEYAS&EE" i a intends
f at o.c..k.. rlnniUy School every Hunilay at three The crops our soil and climate are capable of cured by Dr. SagesCatarrh
10 a. in. All are cordialU Invited to atu-ml. produce is pounds a day. So to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston Wednesdays, and from Charleston 'C''

B. A. OFKIKH fantor.CATHOLIC natives of that country and Japan have producing thecultivation of ramie ; Remedy. Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection Is made at Charleston with nf'
should make the South Florida farmer is Catarrhal Headache,
ri + Cent out Into the world many beautiful Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida
po.nu
CHURCH.ftarvlces \ and trouble thatis
the happiest and most Independent of every
i e at 10 a. in. every Bunilay, In hall over textiles, such as Japanese and Chinese 6 caused by Catarrh.So AUo.Philadelphla and Interior points via Philadelphia.
all the lords -creation and with 20
!
P Inillan Hirer Bute Hank. Cldldren'acatechbmat silks, handkerchiefs, etc..; also the delicate ;
I p. m. of ramie he need have is Catarrh itself.
known Chinese cloth.These acres never any I
fabric
REY.J. F. TBoVL:, Rector. as grans The offer
all manufactured from ramie fears of the "wolf at the door," no matter t proprietors
are
$500 in cash for any Johns River Line.
how often the icy blasts of winter St.
Austria and
r ; J Y.M.C.A.TheregIilarSunday fibre. In France, England, case which they cannot cure. Sola
down from the
come swooping upon us
afternoon: gayer meeting Germany are now many factories manufacturing by all druggists.would .
of the Y. 5L C. A. will lie held every Sunday frigid north.
fibre
from ramie the
afternoon, at 4 coq p. in., at the j 1'rcsuyterlaiicliurch goods ,
anti\! farther notice. supply being obtained from China In a For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

semi-docortlcated state. Foreign governments Tim FLAULKlt UAILWA\ undoubteedly conduce to a much the St. Johns River.

corporations and private individuals healthier condition of body. In the
UA\IIB CULTIVATION.nv .
d have, In recent years, offered \Iaklng the Suney to Itlscnji morning there Is an acid state of the secretions -

large prlees for the invention of successful Hay. and nothing Is so well calculated Stoa. .or E'Vorg1a.d.o,

[ c. w. 1'ANBUN..j processes for producing this wonderful Little doubt seems to exist in regardto to correct this as cooling sub-acid CAPT. W. A. SHAW,

Kililort Adtoratt fibre. The French government has Jacksonville fruits, such as peaches apples and pears.
the
the extension of St.
,I from Jacksonville Tuesda and Saturdays st 8:00: in., returning Kin
1 d Dear Sir:-The want of paying cash offered a prize of $100,000, and the Indian Augustine &: Indian RIver Railroad The applets one of the best of fruits; Is ggwlnteItosail' ) p.

xi and a greater; diversification of Industries $123,000 for the solution Granges also !Sanford Mondajs and Thursdays at 11:00.. tu
f crops government from Its present terminus at West Palm are generally acceptable to
t In the orange-Krowing districts of the problem. This simply most but the alone shouldbe
goes Beach to some point on Biscayne Bay, a people, juice SOI'TN BOl'SU. 80IEIJl"LE. \ORTII Iud'\b
} of Floilila was never more apparent than to show the great; esteem in which the distance of about miles. The taken and not the pulp, and the same Bead down, I kesd up:

at the time and these questions fibre Is held the world. sixty-five Leave p.m. ...... ... .... ... ..Jacknunville. .. ..... ... .. Arrte rain a
present now throughout only reason why the extension will not maybe said of lemons and pomegranates. I p. m. ...... .... .. .. ...Palatka :::::: Leave 9.CO ; a
ll! are now receiving grave consideration The fibre from ramie Is beautiful Tomatoes act on the liver and bowels, ig: a. m. .. .... :.... ::.. ... Astor. .... ...:..... :. ::: Y m p a I
be built will be lack of interest on the .. a. m. .... .. .. .. .... ..St. Francis.. ... '''........ .... 1.10 ; o
and discussion, suggested by the disastrous long, silky and strong, closely resembling part of the people not giving the rlgh and blackberries, figs, raspberries, cur .. 11.30 .. m. .... .... .. .. ... ... .... lIe..foroi... ............. .. .. .. .. ." 12.1101001

experiences of the past winter. silk in flistre'\ and strength. It can of-way to the railroad company. rants and strawberries may be classed Arrive eon 5.30 :: m m: :::: :::: :::: :::' ::::::::.Bhte'.Sanord.Strings..:::::::::::::::::::: :: :::. :: than Yana; a.: s

1 There Is probably no crop that can be be used as an adulterant or be entirely I This was the statement that was madeto among the best food and medicines." 9.26 a. m. ....... .. .... .... .. .. ...Entl'fJ'r\'e... .... .... .... .... .. .... .30. a

", produced in Florida soil that can be substituted for It in the manufacture of a Citizen representative yesterday by
I made more remunerative and with less Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
fine textiles. Goods like woisteds
are J. It. Parrott vice-president and general
I cost of labor and anxiety than ramie. An AaDoua__&. M. H. CLYDE, A.T. M.. F. M. IRONHO>OCR, Ja., Fla. l' ... Apt
made It and It forms excellent
from an manager of the railroad: 6 Green York. 88 West St..Jacksonville rat
Inez "Yes, said the tree, "I suppose I'm Bowling !ew Day
In of labor It Is the most
-
point
pensive adjunct to wool in the manufacture of "We now have a corps of engineers ready. far as my trunk goes but I've THEO. O. EOOER, T. M Jso. L. HOWARD, Fla. FYI Agt.,

of all crops to produce, one planting fine casslmeres and woolens, improving engaged in making the survey from West decided not to leave until spring. "_. (Bowling Green, New York. Foot lIogln 8t..Jacksonville fit

I lasting for a long series of years, and the strength and appearance of these Palm Beach td Biscayne Bay," said Mr. Ufe. A. J COLEIOeneralirassrnger, J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent
with cultivation and suitable returns bowling Green, New York. Foot Hogan St., Jackaon\lIIe.F11
proper. goods. : Tablecloths napkins etc. are started out
Parrott. "They Just a weeago
made to the soil It would be Aa Extreme Ylew.Dr. U. It. C. MIXK, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue.l'blladellbla.
Inexhaustible. The climate pray of made from it that excel In lustre the to-day, and will probably complete Bacillus-Kissing is da.ogerwILN. ''1\[. P. CLYDE A: CO., General Agents,

> cally suited best of Irish \Linen; also delicate laces, the urvey within the next week. AD Trapt-Yes; it leads to matrimony. 1* So. Delaware Philadelphia. 5 Bowline Green.>'ew Tort
South Florida Is 'pre-eminently to
velvets, damasks and brocades of brilliancy estimate will then be made as to the .-Tit-Bits.

cultivation of this plant, the lequire- and finish unsurpassed by !any cost of the work, and if It Is not too

menu being warm, humid climate to other material--except It be silk. In great work 11'11then\ be Immediately!

I insure the most satisfactory results. fact, there Is no end, apparently, of the commenced on the construction of the Master's Sale.

Ramie will grow in a great variety oft uses to which this fibre can be put. It extension, provided the right-of-way caD Southern- .
.
wills, from our high pine to hammock, I has three times the strength of Russian be secured without having to pay fur I It. UNDER and by virtue I of s decree of fore
and In rich alluvial aaw- and muck and sale! lulling out of the Circuit 1
grass flax and double that of Holland, Belgian You can say, however that the extension Court for Kravanl county, State of Florida, 0T.
lands that are susceptible of thorough upon the I''th day of JuneIII, In a certain
or Irish. will not be built If we have to pay for a cause therein depending herein the Robbins A:

drainage. There are Imported annually Into this foot of the right-of-way. If the peopleare tirahsm Company: li complainant I and James E. .
The propagation of the plant can be I bowman,u adiuinlHtrator of the estate of Louts
1 country (50,000,000 worth of fibres, and not sufficiently desirous having Ho, deceased et. al., are defendants; I will sell
it.. easily aucoiui>lUhed. ThU Is done by at public I outcry In front of the court 'house
aced It Is now estimated *,000,000<> worth of the toad built to give us this, then we door at Tltusvllle, during the legal hour of saleipon ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

by cutting, by layering and by worsteds and much more of wool and can wait for afewyeara. Atpresentthecountry the first Monday in August, fete, beluir the
v, division of the roots the most practical ith day of the month, to the highest and bent
woolen goods, as well as $10,00(1,000( () Is very sparcely settled and our bidder for cash the following dercrilied land THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM
method division of the Ituated' In the CARS,
being by a roots county of lirevartl and State of
f worth of silk, are the yearly Importations only object In extending the line now .Florida to-wlt:
of old
mature plants. Into the United States. Ramie would be because labor and material are The southwest quarter of section 29; the southwest COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS,
i The cultivation of ramie Is simple and quarter of the northeast quarter; the
fibre, that can be grown In this country, so cheap. Never before in the history of southeast quarter of the northwest quarter; V
I easy after the preliminary measures of the northeast quarter of the' southwest quarter, THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULCD TRAINS.
b can take the place of most of this, and the country were they probably any and the northwest quarter of the southeast
I
planting are accomplished, occasional largely with our products of wool and cheaper. quarter of section at. township 30, south of
1 ante 40 east, containing In all 240
lo\l'lugll, as with corn and cotton, being acres
all that Is necessary thereafter silk, equal or excel much of It In durability "We have a man following along wit] I). L. GAfLDEX, QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.Norh .
I
and finish. the corps of engineers who Is looking Robbins A Graham Special Master..
II The average yield of the entire plant, Ate',. for
the of Complainant.
after matter the right-of-way, and Jul5-aufJ
leaves, stalk, etc., has been found to average Recent quotations show that it now | wend: :ID_._. North wad: Wmmso. ._
we do not expect any great difficulty except -
: about fourteen tons to the costs to lay down Kussian flax In New ... ," .. .,. r.
acre 0. II.
from small property-holders who do Notice of Attachment.n AU T'AINI DAILY -.;. .... "I.i.r .0. -
ns
I York |:2.35 ton while the Holland AU TRAIU .
the leaves per .. =.
to about ..
: per year, amounting not reside In the section and who are err a.JL" DAILY."t _____
fifty jx>r cent In Louisiana-opposite Belgian and Irish varieties are worth -ohonWe, L.c.... ... I OO.m 40 Ly. laelt.'I't11.. 7a P.. 10vn.n
the .. pm :
not particularly interested as to whether County Court of the State of to a. _. p II
double I
than that In Liver seam "
I
more amount 11 .
tt ( New Oi'leans-43,000 pounds per) acre Florida in and for Hrevard M .- ._ 11 .. a Iy-ac. adU' era. I i P-
t the road Is extended or not. Of the County : : 10 M. ALY am aD"
,
:" 't has been obtained In a year. In California pool. They would cost In this country, Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett 1 A,. Col..bl.('harlott bathetw" pm. 100.. =.. I i "
.
miles of that 1s to lie ...
: duties paid, very close to 30 cents per sixty-five country A Ou.,Inourjiorated. to 130 pm i 00 acn Cbuaaooga i L : I
as much as 00VK pounds has ..
t traversed the canal and the railroad com Plaintiff, y Attachment. 7
: been produced an experimental )>sound The United States consular re 1'S.then. m Ar. ti m1. camPkllsl.lphl. IIo1ath..... II el s'I
way : 10
miles of : m
of- j am
own nearly sixty right- V. dementi,defendant
for 1804 mentions flax pany Rew York :: : : LID.
r in It Is that such port July, as sellIng 18 pm 7D ::: 1It. Louis. Cairo Sh. I to
one year. plain enormous G.....
TO V. dementi,
that of fact have defendant In
way so as a matter we above en 00 .
in Holland at 100 per ton, or a little titled" suit, and all other AI. Asheville, 4r. Memphla 1[. C. M. l B. 10 I
yields'" of any crop without some only small distance that Is yet to be ac- persons Interested: outhen&_ ............1- IOpm It ItanaU CltYt" S W II" ___
t substantial lid to the soil more than 23 cents per pound. The same YOU are hereby notified that s Writ of At.
must prove quired. We also have concessions from .. baa been Issued against I you and
exhaustl\e. report also places the actual cost of producing youri>ro|>erty attached to satisfy the For fun Information
A small per-crnt- tie. apply to Railway
very very of this
1 flax of all grades, the world persons w ho own several miles of right- land of Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett I A Co., In.eorjmrated. any Agent great
age of the crop Is fibre and after this I.I is over of-way and we do not expect any serious amounting to Mnety-four dollars System' or au connections.
to average 13 cents per pound. and thirty-three cents.
extracted the entire amount of offal, Now, unless you shall before
difficulty. appear the Court 'TURK
leaves stalks, etc., can bo returned to Ramie fibre Is far superior to tlax In 10 said suit and plead: : or en.ur t<> the declara- W. Co A. BENSCOTER, S. N. HARDWICK,
'The probabilities are that the extension lon tiled herein at the Clerk's ottlie In Titus O.n.r.I Pass. Agead. .
respect and Is capable of *5.5. 0... Para. Agent. Ass9Osn'I Pua. .n"W""I".TO"
the soil and being
iii understandingly prepared every will be built then:?" rills, Florida said county and State, on the
would converted Into all classes of goods that Rule Uay In ik-tober, A l> ixuft, lieing D. c. "OXVILL', TI"". ATLANTA u
furnish nearly or ijulte, the "Yes, If, as I have already said, we are day of said month a default will b5 entered
fertilization resulted. are now made from flax It Is the opinion against you In due course and will
necessary W.
given the right-of-way. We do not intend be made to the Court for Coal.1 Judgment: ::1 and D. ALLEN,
Ramie, when full grown, attains a of those who are qualified to express to pay for a foot of It, and In case lour property m 111 be sold to pay the debt.
themselves understandingly on this Dated this 25th day of June, A D Florida Passenger Agent
I height of four to six feet. The fibre Is we should purchase the material and we 18911. ,

4 11 found In the bark surrounding the talk, question, that when ramie fibre can lie found that the people still held back, we Babbles it Graham A. A. STEWART.Clerk. 312 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

which has a pithy center. The plant produced In sufficient quantities it will would simply pile It up and wait a few Plaintiffs. I Seal County May Pflth. ]RAG.

grows rapidly and produces several cropsa entirely supplant flax and stop Its culti years until they got ready for the road." jU t.ltor I I Court. __

year, the number depending upon the vation. There never need be any fears "How about Mr. Flagler building a -
t climate. When cultivated In South in the way of over-production with Master's Sale. -- --- -- -- --
hotel ?.
new at Biscayne Bay
.Florida billow the 2Uth degree of Utl- ramie as with perUhable fruits and I "Well nothing will be done in that direction WE
other commodities. TNDER and by virtue I of s decree of foreclosure _
tude three crops a year could always be many this year. It would take six or J and sale Issuing I out of the Circuit -,. -,. :.!...

relied upon; and in some years, with A gentleman ,,'bo't'C.'eotly visited months to the railroad Court of Hrevard county on the l.th day of DELIVERA
seven complete
June, Hwft. In s case therein depending herein"
exceptionally mild winters, four and New Orleans In the Interest of northern and nothing could be done in the way of Isry E. raddison: et. al.are oompUiuanta and

even five crops could be obtained. It Is capital to investigate Capt. Allison's building a hotel this season. 1 caD'ttell Ufiain H., I Myers will sell and at Catherine public outcry Myers In trout are deendanta of- Piano or Organ

r a leant that Is is not seriously affected Inventions expressed himself regardingthe : what be done another to court hour door at Tituavllle, during the
may year legal hours of sale, nan the first Monday In
j by drought standing prolonged dry seasons question of over-productlou in the however." Florida Citizen. Au' use, I**, being the Mh day of the month, \T
to the highest ami best bidder. for cash, the f ol? YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION: with complete outfit, .ut':
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far better than of the New Orleans' follows
: many sUple Picayune as : "As to
--- owing d..rlh..lland situated In the County ofrevard approval after a trial la your own house. No required until you w
t crops of the south-cotton for Instance.Bo to the market for ramie fibre, you may and Slats at a of rabliage I lorlda.tree uvwltCouiiueurtng on the: bank thoroughly aatll fied. .Our prices are as low as any money house In the United State t:

i tr as know ramie bas no destructive turn your entire cotton acreage into Fruit if a Medicine. the ludin River fifty yseda so th of a ditch ::! our terms are so reason ble anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument

i enemy to prey upon it such as ramie and vet fall to supply the fcSOO.-- 'rlnr Feasters the landing river as, tea a 1,1a.r du.known rest aa 1r Jobs yank T. The Celebrated \CONOVER. I

I worms, parasite and insect life. 000,000 worth that foreign and American The Family Doctor of England says: I tence south lie )ards to the "land now ewpwl I The Renowned ISCHER. X PIANOS.
by Isaac E. Brown and U. W. Tuttle
; Much has been said and written regarding manufacturers will use as soon as they "!f English people would only realize the east along the line of said Brown and Tuttle; thence to The Beautiful CHUBERT.I I

j ramie, and the fact Is generallywell can depend upon a regular supply. Immense. Importance and value of fruit\ .Indianhivert the place: thencesorlherlyalong of eotnnienoeiueat, containing the ri,*ra And INGSBURY.

1 understood that the chief Impediment There Is no guess work about this. The as an article of diet la the early morning, twelve acres wore. or lees. and being the same Vocallon, Aeollon, Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO COTTAGE
land deeded to Wuliaa H. Myers by Edward K ORGANS
that has been in the way of the English government has stated that we should find its appearance far more Wilbur and wife by used recorded in Book L. oe

I extensive cultivation of this plant fort such an amount ID'alue iUbe required. general on the ordinary breakfast table. page tad balsg IM of a Brevwd County. Heed section Heoords$i, eo.; said... Brass and mU InitrumenUi Music and Books. Write us; we will savejjo

profit-outside** China and Japan-ha* You must remember that China has'' Of Its healthfullness at this period of the .nip SI, south orangeawt. money

1 been the want of deoorticators and profvutt hitherto supplied the,world practically, day there can be no question whatever, Bobbins* Graham, D. GAIT-DEN Special Master.A The uV.JACKSONVILLE. B. Campbell Co.,

for producing the fibre into a fin but the English, French and Austrian r and more fruit and less animal food Wye for Conplainaat. 1kuc2e

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- INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. JULY 6. 1895. 8S.mslITh
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rl.esw Lel I. Chud.eed. All.
)11 11-1 ,. ,_ Loti war sn exceptional child, not; "I will Ml yon all" shrmid.He
LEVERETT&CO.FORT I
perhaps" in,those manifestations which sat listening. PLANT SYSTEM.

PIERCE FLORIDA. I are the ground of his family pride il. Then she began. She toM him who
+ +
him but in point of originality and Im had called that d.t iv. what tart of draw

[wholesale and Retail Dealer In ; agination. 1 have often talked with his- they hud on and, the protmbUrrvt thereil. =

sifter who Is-much older than he, and \ She told him abort how Johnny fell .

INDIAN RIVER she Is Inexhaustible: In the relation of down the steps and bampml; his head, UPorfect: Scz rico.
METHODICAL. Eo.ssengor:
striking anecdotes of the child and of and what slip said and what JOhIlU.1I.1ItlShe I

IB OYSTERS TURTLE & She WM All Right In rrrnolpl. bat Not the very young man. Inventive beyond told him how ninny guts the conk
=
In PrartUa. u reflslolt., he made game which delighted had entertained In the kitchen and ectij! o..b1o =ailTraiza.c.: .

GAME. They bad come down town on a shop his- young comrades, especiallythe mated the probable cost of f ending them.
-
ping trip and had dropped Into a rattan little girls, and he was already a social She told him how badly she needed Unexcelled

ild and Dealers Supplied. rant for a cup of tea. While they drankit center. He grouped about him thoseof some spring clothes, and if he had staid Pullman Equipment. idi_, {'"

they explained to each other their various both sexes who nourished his own In any longer, instead of going to the

lies INCH HOUSE: West Palm Beach,Fla. scientific ways of-doing the thing telligence. He told touching stories, of lodge, she would no doubt have continued

"I go about it said 11 hick his little friends could never hear, to tell him things till bedtime.

the methodical woman.systematically"First,I find enough; be built little theaters, composed Indianapolis Journal j I Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. 0

oat Just what I need' and how ranch, plays and acted them; he busied I 2
Cards.
,.
a* professional then I make an accurate list and divide himself with making collections and enlisted Developing alreg.tM "I I"( to Montgomery

my money, for I know just how mnch 1 the passionate sympathy of all fj

n.! L. Ronnura.A GRAHAM WitTtE, 8.GBAKAM.3BBISS mean to pay for each thing, and I never researches.about him,.so that they took part In hill (" to Tifton

take along any more than I need."
A musician at a early b*
"But very age
suppose yon see some perfectly
lI'f"t.. ATTORNErS-AT-LAW, lovely bargains put in the extravagantwoman developed: in the members of his familya These trains carry through Pullmah Sleepers -

I" ICB HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., "bat then yon can take the love of the beautiful in all Its forms

e1I I and 2 to 4 p. m. money you had intended for something Flowers!, landscapes, nature filled him to New York, Washington ,. Philadelphia,

tI fiTfSVlLLE Brevard Co., Florida else." with delight and it was often difficult

wJlten" ,I i )loa.108. "I never do each things. I bay just to arouse him from ecstatic contempla Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
Ml practice In aU the conrte-etate and fedeelal what I have lion lie dreamed of a life other than
originally decided
II"'al upon. the one he saw lived about him and he St. Louis Mobile
New
"And I Orleans Atlanta and
\ l facilities for examining and perfect.uad suppose you go straight to the ,
titles. persuaded himself and his friends' that
department where they keep those
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" particular
Money to Loan. he hero whose be often
articles was some part Chattanooga.
observed the careless -Life.
woman. played to the verge of danger when he

FORGE W. MORTON, "Of course I do. bad his strength or his agility to prove A Clew 1

ne, "For and he thus entered on that extraordinary "Look here she said defiantly\ as
my part I think that's j jest likea ,
ode. NOTARY PUBLIC, man and I do hate anything unfeminine education which unaided he gave she strode into the detective's office. .,
himself and which has made of him
a "
hiarwood," .' Canaveral, '. Florida ," put in the widow. "My hUltban't.I1UI..ln/t. ; '
cal "Stuff and nonsense I Then I always gymnast, even an acrobat, a pawlonate You don't nay so!I"
IrdeIntl | carefully executed. lover of All exercises. MoClare's E i-: :
Conveyancing physical -
keep my tickets until my purchases arrive "I don't say Ito. don't I? Well I'd .. ." '

,,rt,.. mortgage:; bitUf.ictlon, etc., nit order that I can exchange themif Magazine have you to understand that I do say so,
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blanks on h.uid.flXOIS : necessary.' As fur Kate here, she never and what's more you heard me say so. .,
Napolron'e nomhiuUe DlipatcJkr I don't to stand here and
even takes her tickets home. And propiwo s
The farce was continued for some time be contradicted that lives N 't o er too
"I (don't said the careless woman. by any man
!, S. JONES, "I find that I can always get my things longer Bonaparte playing his part with She paused for breath and the officer
singular ability. He cent to Kellermann
exchanged if I ask prettily enough. Soft murmured :
in Savoy, without the form of transmit- "
ATTOKXEV-AT-LAU. "I didn't offense.
,words are just as good as those rubbishy moan any -
iTl'SVILLE: BUEVARD tickets of yours. ding\ it through government channels! a "If that ain't like a man I What difference t'Cie
CO., FLA
franca As
subsidy 1,200,000 long as
dora it nukeVhllt meant
on "I never return anything, said the you
Judge of Brevaid he was unhampered his dispatches to don't I curevhut
booty County extravagant woman. "If I don't like my You suppose you
purchases when I got homo, I just give Paris were soldierly) and straightforward meant? You've got your business to attend
although after the passage of the to haven't ? All I ask is that
,
them to some deserving object of char. you
1 1. Ut-LDES, J. T. SANDEUS
Po they began to be somewhat bombastic,
mind it and not ask fool
Notary. ity. We are entirely too selfish in this you questions
and to abound in his old fashioned curious
and make remarks. Whore's
"AULDEX A: SANDERS, world anyhow as I always tell my bus silly my
and sometimes incorrect classical or "
band when he objects to giving me more husband? -
literary allusions. But if he were how do I know where INN Port all the
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, money. I like to do a little good. "Why- your Tampa, open year.
crossed in the least, if re-enforcements "
.te [will:: practice I In all the Courts of the State "Yes; how delighted that poor In. husband is?
I Kl.'rl.U,and the United States Ciwru. valid was with the walking hat did not arrive, or if there were any sign "Of course you don't know where ho
youlent
ILL Box,239. TtTl'SVILLE FLA. her. She said she was really afraid of independence in Paris they became is. You're not paid for knowing wherehe
!Money to Loan. 18 petulant, talking of ill health threaten. i is ? I haven't been to the
are
np
she was losing all idea of the prevailing you
1Us styles and becoming hopelessly old fashioned ing resignation and requesting that tax collector's office twice a year for the The Plant Steamship Line.
of be
numbers men sent out to replace
lust 20 1
TOME REYNOLDS ," remarked the careless woman mean t'n-yelU'1I paying my
him in the multiform functions whichin
,. of look after
share to
with a smile in her voice. your salary just
his single person he was performing.Of "

_sees A ATTORNEY -LAWC putting The extravagant sugar in her tea woman so the was method busy course these tirades often failed of such"Well cases, inVuin as this,?I don't know whore 1\ [0"",", luxurious. S* oniiiMliip. N1 I..le o

immediate effect, but at least no effort "
m
he is but I've clew.
ical took the conversation got a
'
woman ,
Hutcbtnson Avenue, saying: up was made to put an effective check on "Yon don't Buy sol") in lln; Nout ] lank Vnl ?i'M.n .

I number of the writer's career. "The first\ thing we do is to look for
fitusville, "Then always a
le.re.. Floilda.DWELL carry
cards with my name and address on Read a century later in a cold and a motive. I think I've found out why Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa

them. It saves the shop people lots of critical light Bonaparte's proclama your husband loft home. If I lawn anymore I lj Key West and Havana.
Lions of the same period seem stilted "
[ TITUS I'll let know. And he
trouble to have it plainly written out you I

ATTORNEY T-LA W. Jnst where to send the goods. jerky there may and theatrical still be found In them a sort however of interstitial dodged into hlltl'rlvat80ffice Star. and bolted | Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

"Yes, but it didn't the time you gave sentimentality and in an age of the door.-Wl\Hhl.ICWu!: "
fit | Practice State and Federal court. Land them of Mrs. Jone mlth'l cards in
one romantic devotion to Ideals the quality II. W. WltKNV, Passenger: Truffle Manager,
tie a specialty. Attorney for Board of mistake for your own and had all your The Globe Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia
p witty Commissioners and County Solicitor. observedthe of vague suggestiveness passed for genuine (Savannah, (ia.
<. winter flannels sent to her coin. Whatever else was lacking in
.O Box M. TITUSVILLE FLA. careless woman. "If I remember those compositions they had the one

rightly, you almost had pneumonia before supreme merit of accomplishing their

t.: Freeman Hall, Silas B. Wright. the mistake could be set right. end, for they roused the French soldiers

Attorncy-at-Law DeLand, Fl\. "That was a mere accident," said the to frenzied enthusiasm. Professor The florida (Central & peninsular RailroadShort

HALL" WRIGHT, ciple methodical is all right.woman severely; "the prin tnry.Sloaue's "Life of Napoleon" in Cuu-

INSURANCE AGENTS "Of course, of course," said the wid
ow soothingly. "I think I must be going Reetoratlon of Hollo's Oak. Line lM'tu'<*t'u Florida and all Northern I'olnt.t.
_
Titusvllle Florida. now. I've lots to da A remarkable and indeed unique process

presenting the "Old Hartford," "And I, too" said the methodicalwoman. of restoration has been carried out Everett Savannah Augusta Ca., Columbia Washington Bal-

. Liverpool & London &: Globe and all the "Kate does all her matchingby in the interior of a tree. The tree is the
timore Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.
leading companies. Are prepared to eye and it takes a long time. Just famous "Hollo's oak" which is to be ,

write Brevard lines up to $20,000( ( In any part of wait a minute, Kate while I get out seen within an easy distance of Rouen. Everett, Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga, Niwlivlllc, LouUvlllo, Cincinnati,

county. my list After it is once made I dismissit It is declared to be the identical oak r and Chicago.

BISIAY.VE entirely from my mind, and I don't upon a branch of which the first Dukeof Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs\ MempliU Little Rock, Kansas City St.
BAY DADE COUJJTY.T know where I must go first Why, Normandy used to hang his gold LouU Chicago, !Moux 'Ity.

J. W. E\VAN, where can my list be?" chain to see if any of his subjects would Six borneiMannfartnrprii", ... manna W.'lht Inches 111O-Ih., ., spacerwulrel River Junction rcnmiroln. Mobile, New (irlean". Texan, Mexico, California
22a2a:
U. S. COMMISSIONER "At home on your dressing table like to hang there instead. If it isn't, and the 1'acltlc Coast lUCwtlvu A Jlr. lust, iM08.

.. Notary Public State at Large. dear,said the careless woman blandly. it is, at any rate so old that it has completely and koonoiulcal Motor of the for moat Ijkuncliwi Prrfwt and ItHlaMe VatlitnIn .

Lands Selected; Conveyances made. "I saw it as we were starting out but lost its inside and was liable to the market,, t.a,. to Hart run until >to'I'I"d| t..yw u.n- wwve.w Mall Now IMVM York.lai-kxinvlllH l.lnillml anil I:(M New' a. ,York". and Fast 6.4uf.

I orresiKmdence solicited. you were so busy lecturing me about collapse! at any moment. It has now with very little attention; slap l builders atlauncbM a,,, : .,dally, with ThnMiich I Ilillman Hliwjien: for
Address: << coni >lrte and stationary motor
| "a ;.v relt, Mftvannah, Ciiluiiilila, HanhlUKtiiii, Mal-
Hay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, my lack of system that I really hadn't a been relieved of this liability. An arc 1IKVJ. W JHUIMK: : S clause, I'hlladelphla l !hew' York lame and all
Office Ewan'8 Landing. chance to mention it to you.chIcago boricultural genius has fitted it with alOUd Bole Agent for llra anl slut I>raitice e'll's.Els: 0 ,,,,,, Kiwtorn; iMilnU. Arrive. ....kwavUI.IOela.u: .
t HI. Luck, t and 11.21): |>, ni.
Times-Herald. new inside of masonry. The masonry Catalogue.suit |irlre*on t.plication.| 1 ..,A_ Y tbwlatusnt'arebetween. St.Augntissd
it made to follow and fit every w a+re N"w Y ark, Mining cam Ui ami from M aching.
GEORGE W. ALLEN, A Colonial Eplaoda. turn and twist and gnarl of the patient, ----------- 5_. Mwara. tun.e. .

"What! exclaimed] Pocahontas in and there is the veteran solid as a rock .. = I
,,,.
Chdy Llna Throultb Beautiful JlIIIcol
J ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, justifiable wrath, when she discovered again. Then the fissures and cracks on '4( C'ouutr' M Idol I. Iorlda, ...n.I.. .,,01
, I Captain John Smith making love to the his exterior have been neatly filled up t ," F.a'unhle HrF, leave Jsl'kanrlll..tII: a
Key West In s'a l to I"lake ('Ily, Wv. (Jet, Ma.IIMn, ';'I:::
Florida. daughter of the oldest settler. "I thought with cement and the cement has been Fr T '.,) tii 'rallahwsae. Illee,.Iu..et". l'u.ou'oia. .,....'1".
alone" artistically colored so that would w S h.w' ,nleaos. and the anthwest. )1..1.,. ('allf.nl. -
Will loved you
practice Jn the United States yon me .. .
M, b sad the 1..ln" ('_&. C.rrl"11..1.. .... ss
and state Courts. OjunOS "I love yon both," said John dreamily never know it from the natural bark. It ,.V f, ,,, (y Arrh...Jacb"n.UI"1:00.: III. .

stepping behind. tree. is expected and believed that the tree' r "" }il
"Then I not only girl?" will not know the difference either and PoorHealth Is.re.J.'kanvlll.eMam.foresrk.hew'
am III
your _p/; S + ,_ thiirnr rlnf| ,Itrala. (laine.vllle. le. DR. B. L. WILLS, "No my dear. This is my original; take to flourishing again as it did a few -,_-.--.-% .f .. \\1 .r, N'Ildwaal, l Tavarv., Auojika.nrhtnilii R
you are my aboriginal"_New York centuries ago. Still, as no tree has ever = / ",r 'n "" IjuiimcliMi, lain.:::; Olr, I'laut City I ,
.
'
? 'll TIIIIII'| ArrlveJwkamrilieaaarp.ru:
World. been thus rejuvenated before its bebavbur '

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON is being watched with some anxiety. C I 1 ,es i'liwlnnatl and Horiila'l.lmltxl,, t>ave Jark
TITUSVILLE. A T.-.... .-London Letter Jf l i I 0 0 f auvtllee.eV. in. H<>li. FLORIDA. _.. y r" a little over 41 hour to (Inninnatl, via Mwnm,
"There's a.fine horse said the own .
;+ lfI Allarta'hsttanm.ga. (iinnevte for Nanhvllle.l.iMil
.

"'c :-Hutchlnson A Quick Ie..po.w.r vlll I ('liliavu and all
Avenue near er of the animal proudly. much than points north andCWUL' 0Orr
Tat I//
the means so more
.
.
Indian River hoteL west Arrive Jaikaunvllle 10:Jo a m.
"Yes? cUTIaa S
animal this track." you imagine-serious and
valuable on
Mo t (( Hull* Hurlnira Kuiite. Dt..owl., Kanaaa Cltr,
OIIX ASPINWALL, "Is he fast" Fatal diseases result from a.M.ae : a+. ,,,, Chlvaic". lase.. Jarkioaville 6 MI p. m. vUMaoua
f "Rather. But that isn't what make ailments .r. Atlanta Hlruilngnaiu, Holly IIprtDr.
It's his intelligence rr trifling neglected. Memphis, MhrinirtlKliI, Kaniuu('Ity, HI. IrhaiiKe C hlcairo, Hloul <1ty. Through Sleepers without
him worth: so mnch. Don't with Nature's : to kaiiMu City: sad M Unite,sod .::.lli one luange to Chicago and Hloux lit;. Arrive
REAL All have to do is to whisper play .
ESTATE A INSURANCE. you Jai'kvinvlll* III"at. ni.
he to dead woo P. M. Laal!l fur Tallahanime I InuraK'Uau ixilnu. Arrive Jarkaiinrllle 4*o p. to.
and a
'Whoa' to him comes greatest gift-health. ..: : .
it..1t 1'. M. for Tampa sad Intcrmeillale | lnl fullnian elenre.I Arrive JavkxHiTlIletJOa
standstilL "Washington Post fur llvmliiniHivlile.. ananburiana! A.lw llle, lee"Jac.kauarlUei dally al ft.411 U ..., with
EAL'GALLIE ilyee are fells'
FLORIDA. T*""Miih| Hleien. ,
Mini seine wui & inr.JM harlll.Trne follmanMnvvr.
FueMsaxAlntatweTnln.IMlly a. m.sdsMlpm.:
Uk.lf U ReaMmber. and ge.ersGy.. ".. .In Atlanta u lnc( the llnlly HprliiK sleepers can remain &"'lr..nll8 soul IO" m..
F.V.. CRAVEN Frond Mother-Yon haven't kissed B own.S .h..Md.rrse..a.. M appetite. fullinan m....i,.ere on all .Night' Tralna.lr .

the b&br. .ad .>.t work., Snarl for Baa |iulexe4 Towanhlp Map of IliHrliU to

DENTIST, Bachelor Uncle-Um-er-I'll try to lag bcfloalMceuk lkiMMlillable N. S. PE.NNINOTOX, A. O. MAtDONELL,

TITMTILLE remember next time. I'll kiss her when Mresgtbesla.Rdlei..Ik1
:, FLORIDA.At Iron Traffic Manager. General Paaaeoger Ag't.
I- present at Mrs. Decker' boarding "When will that bee'"Letmeeee. Ura. A few hot.ttee .
house his a check) CDr_ba.tteoM -
About 1 0 years. Old Cashly giving son "--
frm
*> ike
New York Weekly.] -Now, be careful, my boy. Remember Bitters very ant duee-H
a fool and his money are soon parted. w'1 n.t. fffra

John B, Stetson University PERSONAL GOSSIP. Bpendall Cashly-Yes. .a, and thank M.rA plcaaaal, w 4 h.11'....

subsists almost yon for having obliged me so promptly.Borlbner'f .
DeLand Florida. The emperor of Austria Magatine.HU.
entirely open a milk diet. It Cures

1.: to Rene. Colkga. Normal School John P. Cook. Jr., the only negro resident Jr..... Koch. Dy.p p"U, Kidney and Uver

A:>II"." ;As luntitu; hh o of Seat Rok. E&e.o iy of of Bonnerport, Ida., has just been suspicions A party of looking vigilante I stranger in Missouri, to whom mea t MeuralfU, Troubles, THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE,
t' of the town.
.lIt ... elected
k" ) &eac. .. Ie'.D elegant bulldluc., mayor Constipation Bad Blood

lad-"i Sold by water.team,bat IIjCbted lie. TbomulCbl by .Ioortnd&"ll&lppe.a Hut I I The Daughters of the Confederacy Mildred at. the"We leader are said looking threateningly for some) bones thai Malaria, Nervous ailment Patented In the United State., Great Britain and Canada.
their chapter
1Y1n..11& 11e of l"hy.1CaI Cultun Houston have named Women' compUInU.Cd .

nthllilttaryDrill.rulum... for:'ra.w.owe.with all b:3I of( Lee, after the daughter of General have can tell been something spirited away about Perhaps them"yog .i1 Ike' !*..! .-H baa messed red In Use bj some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.

;;"do'lts.ughly: and. dHy, and weekly and I'rs .::. Robert E. Lee.President "Hang me if I know" said the man Rues em.the Oe wrapper.receipt of All lw*others>*...etampe ate.vkMhatee. .-
time -
be.'norwe. Soperet.bntdteg\ fur )I..te. and Cleveland\ some .ago. earnestly, and they let him go convinced will seed Mt .f Tea BM.UII WerleV.
I art; .t ante aRkts of esabHahd mpalat on the advice of his physician gave up of hit Innocence by the darinjphrase. Fair Vtewa and book-'r... TITUbVILI.E/ FLORIDA.
teru lavender and then MOWN CHCMICM. CO. BM.TIMOM MOo
.Yens dinner, even
;' Ju;"t. t'::'" twCeeo.d Ime ftlll tat. smoking till after .-Detroit Free Press. .
dwh .
be smokes at most two ..;. -.
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l alp M INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 5, 1695.f .


UmIAK J RIPER ADVOCATE. 4- A. Hardee, as delegate from :Sebas amount of taxes paid by Its people, and TUB SHELL HOAD. JAMxs I-BITCHA, F pdIInowlt,Caehiea rr, rice Prnldeht;

IlL ; lion. )f. S. Jones, acted la ,behalf advocated that course. We are, there
8. F. Olbbs, of Melbourne; Charles fore, at a loss to lee wherein we differ Editor Advocntfi INDIAN RIVER STATE
iIll A W.l.tT A>tm JUoL DtTOTID TO Tit DIVtbOrWCrrorTIHIIXDIAiiaiVEB because site BA
AVD Magruder, representing Braotley neighborhood In our view with one whom we have Yea, Georgian wants It,
LAS WOarB<< IKTIOM. ; P. J. Kevins, from Merrltt, been led to believe Will one of the most needs it Kicking out her little feet in
and Hon. M. S. Jones and W. 8. Graham, pronounced opponents of the road project protest and denouncing the project as a (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of h orida.)

appeared for Tltusvllle. RockWdge and In the county. selfish, one-aide! -of-the-river scheme, Authorized
Kilter. WiLTim 8. GaABAM. After discussion of the natural and only capital $tD0 OQC
Cocoa were Dot represented by delegates.All a thorough was all perfectly '
eelat-Edltnt Manager CHAt H.WALTO the delegates were strongly la favor matter It was thought beat by all parties showed the human-nature la her In Paid up capital, $26 Opt

of the shell road and an Issue of bonds, present to defer the calling an election her mind, she saw boiled shirts, knee- Average deposits, $3ooooo
.
Address all oommanlcatlini: to the ITnprle with the exception of Chan. Magruder, until more definite Information could be trousers, Derby hats and "blue balistio

tae. from Brantley, and Junes Paine, from had as to cost of the road, securing the bifurcate" skirts, all on wheels, spinning Transacts a General
p GRAHAM WALTON, Fort Pierce. These two last: named gen. right-of-way, etc., etc., so that the people from one end of the county to the other; Butty
,i I INDIAN RISER ADVOCATE tlemen appeared as opponents of the would have ample time to consider and she Imagined she would have It to Business

TiTtmviLtB.: rix>*rr>A. road 1, but on a systematic expression of the matter carefully and Intelligently. pay for, and without a bit of the fun or
'. -- .- --- -- onlnlnn lx>lnir had. It waa uct'rtalneelthat The Board, therefore, passed an order benefits. So. of course, her human- -I Largest and Oldest! Bank
on the EJBjAs.rRlTCHARn.W :
a Se1tE of the opponents of the Mensrs. Magru'der and Paine;and employing the county surveyor to survey nature pronounced the scheme a large

: ,; hell road may consider! that they we presume their constituents hold! the a route from the north line to the mistake. s N R1: Ton!<
I I hate scored a victory, from the same "Iewwere as much In favor of south line of the county, and to makean I cannot speak for all of Georgiana, et of the Satl..naillank,H BAKXI !'It.' '
;
". I I fact that the County Commissioners the road and an Issue of bonds ss those estimate as to the amount of shell required but I have a lIuIl'lclon-1I the Irishman b.4 DCRKFR: (VI -lTeridentr.'">f 4-if-k,." "
c t f. did not rail an election at their I who appeared for the purpose of urging where obtainable, probable cost, said-that she will vote all right. The .... Jacksonville HHOWH. ), W 8. GRAR \I, ..n"f. ;t.I..

;! 1f\ f meeting last Tuesday, and that the road project. coat of clearing right-of-way and grading truth Is, Ueorgiana Is getting old enough ,' COR1tEvroahtar.
t their failure to do so Wall on account This may seem a strange statement to ,'co t of bridges, etc., etc. An order to notice things; and realizes that it is ,u National Snaboard Hank National of Jacknor Hank n ilhr11rrUN't V. \ .. II
it I of the opposition manifest make, but every one who was present at was also made employing Capt. R. A. very much better to make a great mistake .ILLE: T'Lrt'
"l ed. The fact is the delegates in the discussion must admit that there Hardee to accompany Mr. Uurclificl, the even, than to sit still and rot But .
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favor of the road held a caucus before was no difference whatever In the posit county surveyor, as tlght-of-wayagent before we take any very decisive steps, n n n
I I, appearing! before the Board, ion taken by James Holmes, one of the for the county, to solicit right-of-way we would like some of the very pel.tl.neDt -

,,/ ,- and decided that it would be un most earnest advocates of the road, and and procure same free wherever possible, questions of Mr. Carter's answeredIn THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA
0" r wise to call an election until more that of James Paine, who represented a and to report all cases where serious an Intelligent manner We would CART

',I, light was had on the subject, and majority of the voters of Fort Pierce trouble In regard to right-of-way; might like to know where all the necessary ,
I that it would,injure the project to who claimed to be opposed to the road. bo anticipated.! It was also provided! ) shell can be found. Whether our hundred Made (for Sandy Soil, Hating 3 inch Tread

: force an election before a careful Everybody present before the I5oud: wan that the County Commissioner of each thousand Is likely to bo sufficientto
,I : estimate was made. It was, there. unanimously favor of the road, providing district should accompany Messrs.\ Burch finish the road. We"III want to

fore, unanimously agreed by the'II the cost of construction could lie fiel and Kardee through such commis know whether Tom, Dick or Harry say
,' delegates favoring the road not to kept within a certain limit, that the sioner's district and aid them In locating; one hundred thousand will do the workwell

: press the calling of an election until work would be done by home labor, that the road and securing; right-of-way. The or whether competent experts say I
':, ; after a survey and canvass for acostinuou.road the entire length of report of Messrs. Burchfiel and HardeeI so.. We would like an estimate In dollars -
'II I t right.of-way had been made. the county could be assured, and that I to be submitted at the regular meeting and cents ((110 the most Ignorant of
t- I., each district would receive its proper of the Board in AugustA ; us can understand) of the probable in.crease .

; ; t Tnc County Commissioners, at proportion_ _of_ the money. derived from committee was also appointed, consisting of our tax clues.
I h) their meeting last Tuesday, in employing the Issue of bonds, and if the right-of- of Messrs. Budge, Mendel and It seems to me that circulars, setting i : lLl Jl
.I the county surveyor to way could be secured without prolonged Hoke, to consider the time for which the forth these facts, with others, with also : > :
make a careful estimate of the cost or expensive litigation. hondsshouM run, rate of interest, man- a correction of many false Ideas that are ::': 'a,_" .
'"t .1'd of the road, have done exactly what Everybody who was present will bear ner of payment, and amount of tax required floating around, and an honest statement FOR SALE BY -
the writer out as to correctness of the to be levied annually to meet the
t them do several months of the benefits positive and hoped
'I we urged to :ED"w.A..R.D STI3L.I3NTC3-:: : :
above 'Statement. The discussion Interest on the proposed Issue of bonds
!ii ago, and which ai majority of the was for, should be sent to all voters. I am ,
: people of four of the districts out conducted In a frank, sensible and dignified and to provide a sinking fund to pay the pretty sure I know what an Attractive The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer.

I ;; ;I of the five of the county, expressed manner, wholly free of personali principal when due, so that the voters shell road will do for me, though it lion OOCOA, Indian: DR.lt7O2: FLOn.ZDA:
i( t themselves as desiring by petition. ties. of the county may know how much additional the other side of the river. If I should
f6 f I No action was taken at that time. Upon suggestion of C. T. McCarty, of burden In the way of taxation It I II happen to owe a man a dollar, I can
;1 t It is "better late than never," but Ankona, the various delegates addressedthe I will be necessary to impose to meet the cross the river and work a day or two
,i t f't had our suggestion been acted on Board according to the neighborhoods cost of the proposed road. This committee and get the money and pay Iti; so can ASPHALT I ROOF I PAINTS
,.. three months ago, much time they represented in geographicalorder Is to report at the regular meet- any other man. If a man happens to
it l'; !I would have been saved. We stand beginning at the south end of the ing In August, and upon the figures then owe me a few borrowed dollars, or for a
t county. James Holmes of Jensen being submitted will depend, to a great extent Ground In Pure
; ; ..; in exactly the same'position we occupied few pounds of pork or a watermelon, or : Agents
;y, I '10 six months, ago. If, after the first speaker, followed by Capt.T. how the masses of the county will for pulling a tooth, he can, if ho truly Red d .BroWn and .. :
; S a thorough investigation, the road E. Richards, then C. T. McCarty. vote, in caso an election is called.A would like to settle up and sleep well, and hiOilghest J Write for .
.l l I 1 I can be built for a reasonable sum, These gentlemen spoke strongly In favorof resolution was also passed request- work a shorter or longer time and then Grade Prlces'Asphaltum. ,
:, we want it, and the. majority of the the road, and urged the Board to take Ing Chas T. McCarty to interview the come home and pay me. He need not Black
r people want it; if the report oft steps to secure all possible data as to proper officials of the East Coast JJne mortgage; his place at twelve to twentyper Catalogue. Etc,

:air Burchfiel is adverse, and we cost of construction, bridges, right-of- and secure the best possible rates for cent, but use this money for whichhe >> "
I cannot afford to build the road, we way, etc., so that a report could be had transportation of shell, so that this Important doubtless need not pay over six-or FOE :PAINTING: :
::11 are ready to drop the matter. Thisis by the regular meeting in August, and Item of expense may be ascertained at least I would judge the bonds would
TIN IRON and
1 the whole case in a nutshell, divested If the project appeared feasible that an as closely as possible. readily find a market at six per cent SHINGLE ROOFS, Factory, Farm and Railroad -
,I of misrepresentation insinuations election be called at that time. The above resolutions will probably You would Imagine to hear
; some people
I and personalities, which James Paine then presented petition appear In full In our report of the proceedings talk, that they each, Individually, Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges, Fences andIron
t, J are inspired mainly 'by prejudice from some twenty odd voters of Fort of the County Commissioners. would be called on for a hundred thousand -
or lack of knowledge of our pos. Pierce, opposing the calling of an election A good deal of discussion was had on dollars, Instead of a dollar or two. Work of every Kind,
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i ition. at this time, but Mr. Paine afterwards the question of whether the road would Of course, there are some who would
Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-pIy Asphalt Ready
explained that he believed if the be built entirely by day labor or partlyby rather borrow money than to work for .
THE POSITION OF CHARLES people of his neighborhood bad proper contract The sentiment of all present It Any man, however, who lives on Roofing, and all kinds of

MAGRUDER light on the subject, and that the road was that only home labor should be this river, whether he works or not, that :Roof: .g Supplies, FROM <
could be completed from one end of the employed, and that It should be built Isn't clever enough or smart enough to
Is exactly the same as that of county to the other continuously, for alum mainly by day labor, but that each pick out of this one hundred thousand The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

James Holmes, and the perusal of not excelling one hundred and County Commissioner would expect to as It goes floating around, sufficient Manufacturers of Asphaltum Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
the issues of the ADVOCATE for the seventy-five thousand dollars, and that get a fair day's work for a fair day's pay, money to tide him over these hard times, 3200 to \VllllnmsburgAve., Richmond Va.
past six months will show that we his people could be satisfied that their otherwise he would be warranted in letting will be Indeed truly dull, truly lazy.If ,
+ district would get Its proper proportionof small contracts to residents of the should kick
agree exactly with both these any one it should be ---- -----------
I J gentlemen, one of whom has been the bond money for disbursement, I' county.A i the wealthy property owners who are
looked unon as a nronnuncfid on. that they would not oppose the measure communication from_ the_u_ citizens_u______ of__ mostly north the greater portion of the n .1 Merchant'sMetal 11 II
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i I ponent of the road: Id- the other but would favor an Issue of bonds.It Fort Drum was received, opposing an year, but surely not the laboring man, u
:, as an earnest advocate. We .have seems that many of the details In Issue of bonds; and also a letter from nor any man interested in the circulation ""Spanish"
I I'; at no time said that we were in connection with the road question have P. A. McMillan and others of Tropic, of a little money, on this river. We *
II ,i favor of an issue' of bonds under been wholly misrepresented throughout opposing an Issue of bonds under any will make a fine road for our absent
t. any and all circumstances. We the county, and many of the people of circumstances, and threatening an In. friends, and they will thank us for it In -* TILES. 4W -
I
have said repeatedly that unless Fort Pierce feared that If the bonds were junction In case the Board took steps to days to come. have three dlrtlncl
) the cost could be kept within $200- Issued road building would be begun at Issue bonds, save under certain con- Mr. Editor, if your space was not so Sizes. for Straight Surfacn
000, and that unless a practically the north end of the county and the ditions. valuable, I am sure it would be most Interesting Via: : 7s10.10.14.t Ib'.
j three right-of-waycould be secured, funds would be exhausted before the The ADVOCATE Is pleased to record reading to publish a history t 1 ust .As t...well l TILE an a 8xfUl| fur Conical Ontdn
I ,we were ready to drop the project. road was constructed as far south as the facts as stated above. Definite that shell road out from New Orleans to burfaces.

t, 'We put ourselves on record at this Fort Pierce. action has at last been taken; a beginning the lake. It Is an object lesson. By
1 :time, and say that if upon the report Mr. Paine was followed by Capt.'R. A. has been made. At the August looking It up and studying the great ,_01"" J, ......, The most Ornamental
I of Mr. llurchfiel and Captain Ilardee, who spoke heartily in favor of meeting, If the parties who have been needless cost, the great swindles, the +-- q45 Roof made, and thor
I'' 'JUardee being submitted, we are an Issue of bonds, and bucked his remarks employed to prepare data as to the cost long delays and failures to complete, and oughly storm-proot
i t not fqlly satisfied that the road with a lengthy petition to the of the road, Issue of bonds, etc., etc., the final glorious triumph by the progressive The"STAR" Ventilator
Rebuilt for Board to take action In the matter at perform their duty properly, and It "'e "ALASKA""MERCHANT'S
can $200,000, that the appears citizens, would lx an object lesson Galr.nlsed Iron. guaran-
3 J. rigjrt-of.way cannot be secured once that the road can be constructed most instructive I never have seen Cop,>er or Dr.... teesitu I :rhigh 1 '
ii t without litigation, except in a few Charles Magruder, of Brantiey, then for a sum not exceeding two bundled It, but I have heard of It, and am told + Absolutely the test Oros b. made by'the
I j I cases where injury is done, unless arose and stated his position. He said thousand dollars, and the right-of-way that It Impossible to find a roan In the mental, Durable 8tonu. Palm Oil ROOFING."
I"II we are assured that each commis his neighborhood wanted more light on does not seem too serious an obstacle, it stale who ever kicked against It. If this Ploof lroceu.
1 t' sioner's district will get its shareof the subject. They wanted to know I Is highly probable an election will be contemplated shell road can be built at ,I I Prevents down draughts (lucorporatvd*
I the bond in what the cost of the road would be; called. It Is also proposed that the l
a nominal cost with
11 money proportion a square deal, the MERCHANT & CO. Pa.
517 Arch St. Philadelphia
whether the right-of-way could be secured Commissioners Issue ,
t to itsitnileaga _and the cost of eon County an addressover same may be said of this county in a
strucuon in tue several districts, without too great expense.. and their signatures to be printed with few years _
and unless whether It was proposed to give Merritts the advertisement; o'f election -- -
we can make an Issue stating If ws want people to settle along this
a ; of bonds and provide for payment Island its proportion| of the bond money amount of Issue of bonds, rate of Interest river, we must show a little taste. OnceIn Established 1885. JAS Y BOFILL & CO.
of interut and sinking fund with! to use In constructing a system of roads, proposed amount to be apportioned a great while a man looking for ,
prop- L.
I out imposing too heavy a burden and said that if these questions were to each district, whether the work will erty gels off the steamer at Georgians, BARBOT & CO. Fruit and Produce

I. upon the tax payers, we are ready answered satisfactorily he would favoran be done by day labor or contract, and but they most invariably pass on by first ,
I t : to take the.other side and light an issue of bonds, aud believed that the explaining clearly all points upon which boat to Eau Gallic or some point with General Commission. Commission Merchants,
: issue of bonds just as vigorouslyas opposition from Merrill's Island would 'the thinking voter would like to be shelled sidewalks.
we have thus far worked in' favor be very insignificant We were much Informed before making up his mind. The first article I read on the shell cncn (/) s tf* Vt P. O. Box 1039. ----" I IMo. ,
rn $t
of the -road. We think an surprised at the position of Mr. Magru It Is believed this course will do away road was from L C. Elweys, now of your GY '00 co:: tq o "3 Wq REFERENCESHauelwn i Smith.Conies: & Co., thJoag.* Uinj. IUtenet .:
der and Ills constituents. We had gain with much of o.a Hank of LnuUiana i N (> rf '
overwhelming majority of the the opposition to the road city, but formerly of fieorgiana. He tad :S J >etlty .
Ranking Au'n, John W Luniaden
ma t t
voters in the county will stand ed the Impression that he and his neighbors project which exists at present manifested while here his Interest In a y .. m W ; J. C. Builth Co, 8 t. Lieu': Mi '
were opposed be the project under 1-eterwm> Kt. Gaines, Oa.; R. M(Hu10'4.
with us on this platform. Th ADVOCATE only regrets the good roads. He was the only young tee,I la.; fruit and IToduce Trade (lasers. '
any ADd all Circumstances and his true action of the Board last Tuesday NEW Commercial Ageiielee.New .
was man that lifted a hoe, rake or other Im- ORLEANS
TUB UOA)) QUKST10X. position was a plea anturJ'rlae. not taken months ago. Our readers pliment to remove the trash from the LA Noa. 30-331 Povdrae Street' l'a
Before passing from this point we beg will remember we urged the Board river after the I MMroJoIMM New Orleans -
!
gale. REFERENCE .
: (1 Con ignum
Bank.
Action of the Hoard of County WLllwral Advance*mad on
c I to Inquire wherein the position of the several mouths ago to pursue the very For several years I have cut the grass Commercial, AareBcln.
CommISMhua'r ADVOCATE: has at any time been opposed court they' have now taken, and our and weeds from the beach path, or hadIt
Tie time fixed by the County Coin. to that of Mr. Magruder as voiced by position was backed by petitions from done. Last year I paid! one man six G G McCLINTOCK-r- Exposition Produce Co,
mluloners for dlncusHluii of the road him lost who ,
Tuesday. Anyone pre- four districts out of the five in the dollars for cutting scrub, etc. Dr. ,
question WM last Tuesday morning, ate serves file of the ADVOCATE: 1IiU find county, showing that a majority! of the Chambers and one or twoothers cams Receiver of GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
p'cioqk. Delegate from variant neighborhood that w. have stated repeatedly that union -
people la four districts urged the Boardto to relief and
my are ever ready to do :
e had arrived on the northboundtrain the cost of the road can be kept below have a of the road made and I their part In fact. all Fruits and Wholesale Fruits, Vegetables. PounEggs
survey are _
I -- as our- _.Iti..n._u___.., Vegetables Fish, etc.
on Monday, and at the Leur appointed two hundred Uiousana aouiw at steps taken to secure right-of-way. If they would wake up. When I tell you ,. Office an/1 Btnraire Rnomi ,
for hearing arguments pro aud the outside-and unless a piactictlly "Better late than never." Tb wheels tbat our walks are, at this present time 415 North Front St.: No*. IS1 19 Butler St.:,'or. EdcewoodAtlanta x"
con, the !t>Ut>vIng gentlemen were .ora free right-of-way can be secured we hate begun to move. May they gather a disgrace to us all, that a lady cannot, I Georgia.
t Philadelphia
band: James JJWnie, representing the were ready to drop the project W II momentum. The few hundred dollars walk in any direction without getting Pat Consignments Solicited. Con !.Ti e*

Jensen neighborhood; Thomas E. Richards stated In an Issue last F bi'iurynoarlyAv required' to make a IUrv.r.and solicit wet from her ankles to, well, her shoulders Shipments sold on arrival furnished Special with attention daily quotations.to every eonil-! ">
from EJec; ChiA T. McCarty, reprwMaUng months ago-that It wonWl only be permanent rtrbt-of-wsy route will for be a county road If IsesUbHi a for the weeds under foot and the and accounts of sales sent out ment, large or small
Ankona and White Cttyi; fair to>> give MerrkVa Island a share of ,*ied If, we niter' bond far a Jliefl bead for market repeat K f checb'l Carload loU of Florida vegetable* ''

j Jaw** )J'aIae, rtyr...fi4 ftff Feet Tierce j the ba1 ittone? In proportion to the read. Ioe.iirwatl eel it ,..] upon PtMM appttoatlua. from ill over fruits Write bandied(keaeiU on Tm Special,etc eommUaU v
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wardedIrhest semitropical shrubbery artistically ornamenting The hour will, W changed to 2:40: for the I Till: SIIKLL ItOAl. '

Honors-World'* F lr.DR his grounds, and a magnificent aun 3:30: for the Y. P. S. of C. J.:. COCOA
sheet of water of many miles in [Continued from 4th l'ajott'.J] ICE WORKS
; Nearly one meet now, the -- -
width right In front. After all had eaten every you ,

heartily: they returned to the canal, and first question they ask is: Ale you branches overhead, and that In front of
In few minutes going to the picnic? Yes, and If everyone about bad OOGOll, F1.or.1da.
a "all aboard" was" the my place they tire as as anywhere

signal for a fresh start llalf-an-hour's goes that says they are going, there I you will understand how easy NOW IN opmnATXON.G. : .

"giBAKINfi sailing took them through the canal, will" bo quite a cI'owlllnllloell. and natural In to go to sleep and' rot
<-1'11.1N"G: I ] l.
and they were In the far-famed Indian Several of our young men hate gone DK. Fl"". .

Illver; here broad and placid, as a bay to Lake Worth and Bluoayne n.,)'. Someof Manufacturer --

of the Mediterranean. From there the them seemed to be tired of home life
[We wilcnntr such letter as the abine.
and wanted, to see whit= was" going on ICE & DISTILLED \\T lift ear,
trip was delightful, and at 3'le: the land- No l..r'nRIIII\.) prejudice, no mlnrepreaentailonft. .

Ing stage: of the thriving town of Titus- around them. Ilegniteproperivwants! ,!

vllle was reached, where Mr. Walton, Capt. B. Hogg left hero Saturday In more light That In just what tyro AnVOCATK ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
has been in Ring for the pant
the associate editor of the ADVOCATE, his schooner Manatee for Goveinor's seven month We have invited full and :Refrigerators, Ice Cheats, Kreerers and Water Cooleis

and some friends met the party, and Harbor, to get a load of pineapple slips. free dincnxiiion, clone estimates as to

PCQIIIMOST right-royally entertained them till they He will probably run regularly between cost, etc, etc., and then build the road
Lake
Worth Ice Works
or drop II. Tborepottof the action of
left here and
again. The visit to the offices of the the lUham.ts now. the County Commissioners will, show lrFish ,

PERFECT MADE two newspapers, the ADVOCATE and Miss ZadA Wilson left here last Friday' : tint, the Board 1 U on the right

n pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Star, and some of the handsome stores morning for her biothvr's in South Carolina track: and we believe many of his questions PALM BEACH, FLA.,

lorn Ammonia, Alum or my other adulterant of the town, was an astonishing delight. where she w ill probably stay some will, bo answel'1vl at thelIjotll"t

& YEARS THE STANDARD. The homeward Dip is thus described months. :She wa a mender! of our Y. the meeting people and to embodied an the address electionnotice. to

by one who joined the party at Tltusvllle I', S of C. K., aud we will n.llIslwr very .-Kd: .\IJ\accompany'()('A TK.J CHAS. s L U cSz; co. ,

-"A pleasant time that will remain much. "tUF.ItM: IS -

Coronado Beach. uppermost! In my thoughts for a long Mrs. Ida D. Lofton and 1 daughters left A LIST OP :SO"HI"pn- F.1no V1.n.os: and Liquors,

time was the delightful and adventuroustrip here for their old home in South Carolina LICS. .

Parties from Tampa, St. Francis and back to Coronado Beach In the on Friday morning. Mrs. Loftonwas 907. .ton 31 1 W. n.r SI.' ,

ton Taik: villl be at the Coronado hoteli launch O/onc." After compliments to au active niemhei In our Y. I'. S. of JACKSONVILLE ". FLA.

\i luly :\11''. and Mrs. Flank Sharp and Mr. C. It. C. E. and Miss Bl'rth.was an associate In looking through) the miscellaneous I '

The Rev. Mr. Martin, of Winter Park, Walton, of the Titusille ADVOCATE, he member.! They will be much misted In rccoidn the courthouse the other day, to Rye MM and per Itnnrhnn,rallimllrandlim lilklm from fl ;%

of friends from St. Louis resumed: "At six p. m. ,,started home the We have an AT>voi'ATK: representative was somewhat (mm !i.T1 to|ui 71|per utllo:
in,rh> i party society. hope they a .
with Jonah lHIud-and ho! for surprised at the great number of KITWe make: KHVI,| Lltr of \ortli I;it.lln
i I' ooatcd In a cottage here. a on pleasant time while away. Mountain l>i,w Punt VMilnkvy tlirwf ;
Coronado Beach, the finest beach on the notaries who bid been appointed Bie- ) ''" olil tiM |,, r Rallnn.
Messrs. :st. Clair Abrams, C. H. I'dnn. Atlantic coast, where the cool breezes [Job work cheaply, neatly and expodltlously viol county The following Is a lint of 44.'JtII-1.U.KvknA. xal i avu! :a gal,svu/ >JAI i a
Krcicr. Todd and Dr. IJaker caught executed nt the AHVOOATK otllce,
blow and make one foci that life is worth all notaries whoNC rommixxions are on oats\ tl l Ingnl.psti' '.ii'
( date (June 20th; ) 74 fine bane To TltiiHVillo. Circular, hand: bills, note $1,11I'( .
pH'Todd of Lake Helen, belongs the living after all in the hottcstmonths heals, letter heads, envelopes, statements leooid, but there are no doubt, at least, l'' rtlo. llvtne in liry Tovtiir wll. 'il<
11 After losing our way trying to get Into tags, etc., etc.] a dozen': tnoie who have not filed their ttvllh.nnlrr from IK, at wo run [ono of catching the largest fifth-III them Ml Iwr| rent nn All onlornSIT" .
the first canal found the commissions: ..
we finally
I ithes long and weighing over 281bs. Always Bend luxury with nl<>niWewlll .
banks after a long scaich. lla\lngno Eau Gallie. :Name. ])ate not oleo| new nrrimntu tinh f t
eultablxlark.xnttlllereterrnret.
Prof W. A. Sharp, of Stetson unlvor- lantern, Capt. Dcmaree's piercing eyes Cockxhutt, T.J state at 1\rg"SM: 27'81: !'\U.HHI..ntl| ; u.-j.-i.; Dr) T."ii'1.1;ulvni ;

It returned to DeLand on Tuesday, made the discovery, and once more wewere ('a"l'l'r l J L "J"II 2.JIngllsli ''i:4: i!P
ncompanied by his wife lIe will come Capt K. P. Padilison> made us client : M K: Sei> 7Mnijuuler \I i
the right road to encounter ,
on only
\,uk to the beach again before the cole visit last Saturday.: ( I n Bievaid co Feb 2 '112 i
other delays-the breaking down of '
Jas 1' Jul2S 111
,' o]>eus. lIe enjoyed every minute heavy rains, hot weather and mosquitoes Hogg, HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
engine, etc. However, the night was Smith, Chan A. Jul 11 'Ill)
I, his four weeks' visit, and will here- prevail. '
d spent in a lively way. All the popular Puryear.CI .1t.'I (state at large Jan (IBurchilcl

Liter be able to tell as good a fish story ballads were sung, and Mr. John Sharp The schooner Olivette, Capt ISraineul, It II" Sep 3 't7!
Richards H W Brevard 1 't'l:1:
co May:
"next" MANUFACTURED BY .
s the man. was here Tuesday loading lumber -
sang 'Down Went McGinty. Our party DeSteuben, T J state at large Aug 20 'III:

Mrs Alice C. Brown, of Fort Reed, did not go down, however; but we con headmasters XelUton and Hill, of theJ. Ward, It A 1ft co Brevnrd co Jul' 10'85 (

'!Slit the hotel on Tuesday We re- fess it was sun-rise again as we marched ., St. A. A I. K. Ity., were In town last Ely, LaU P deed state at large Feb 10'81 Chapman & Sudlow
Sweet C I) 1ft co" Jan 5OU.K ''ill
hear of the lIel'lousl1lness of Miss ,
fret to down the beach this time; and thus week. '
Travis, S F ) f''
tattle, her daughter Mrs. Brown closed one of the most adventurous and MrsV. K. Toinbes left Wednesdaylast Sunders, T HMcCaity 01'I 'Stl South Jacksonville Florida.

kinks she will have to bring her to CorLinado laughable trips ever made by the jolly for three months visit to her parents cor" Jail 7 '1111 ,
. her Gaulden, I) I. Fib 2.1; 'I'M
to regain strength Having crowd at Coronado. In Livoila Ga.
[heniclf stayed here, she knows the Gingraxx, I. A If t co Jan :3'8ti' For Oranges Vegetables and
Pineapples.
Mr. It. F. Krodcll loft last Monday Kltchlng, Walter" "Mar 17 1'14Wllllalllll
,
advantages of this glorious place. "
Banyan. for a short visit to his old homo at AFS: 1ft co Oct 22Bialnerd 'SI''
Washington Irving tells us It was In Elljene" "Xov 4 '1'17
Reading, Pa. Brown, Wm l"J All 7 '8t() -:) Special Attention Given to Prlvato Formulas (:-
I'Ai. that Juan Ponce do Leon in searchof
: ,
Mrs. Claude Olmstoad Ankona Bobbins Sco r" "Oct 2;} 'Wl
Mr. Coody is down from Titusville, of Is ,
Dealers In all kinds of Raw Material such 1'otanh Kninlt
the "fountain of youth, cruised Metcalf, G I 1ft co "NlOv t> 'tH : ah Snip. CottonSeed
looking for orange buds. in town on a visit to her parents, Mr. Meal, :Nitrate/ of Nxl.i, etc, etc.
'
along the East Coast of Florida and, Allen, F C Bievartl co Apr HO 1'1.) .
after doubling Cape Canaveral, reconnoitered Mr. Airth, Coral Beach, Is over here, aud Mis. David Bryan. Graham, W S state at huge May IS 'M> Bone ground and steamed In the factory in three different grists.Zff .
of Chris Hoehr took the Hammond C Brevard co May 18 '80DeSteuben Sand for Pamphlets and Prices.
the coast. As the Inlet- cutting hay. There Is a fine crop hay Capt. Oyster
along
Nov 7 'K!)
T J state at large
on the garden lands at Banyan and Boy to New :Smyrna last week, going
'
two miles north of Coronado Beach-Is Morton, (J W Bievaid co Feb 27 110
l less than fifty miles from the above capet Tropic. from there to Jacksonville by rail. Dittmar, A K state at largo :Nov 18 '87

, seems very likely that his expedition Several from Banyan joined the excursion Dr. M. D. L. Dodnon, of Titusville; Dixon, A 7. Bievard co Jan Jul 10'01Itacey 2 01 MUCK LANDS
Titus, Howell state at large
entered the river, and that he and his to Cocoa Beach last Sunday, and report has been here the past week doing C II Jan :27 't 11/

followers landed at or near :New Smyrna. having enjoyed themselves consider- dental work for many of our citizens. Tyndall, ECU OdlO: 'III ,

Fur three hundred and eighty years this Dr. Hughlett was here last week at- Hodgson, J E: M Brevard co Marl: '112
Archibald II B 1ft co Nov 8 '\\1()
ably.Mrs. ,
magnificent beach lay waiting for someof tending Mr. George Qleason, who has
It C. Creech and children spent Jacobs W O deed state at largo, Sep :5 'II(U:!
the tired, over-worked inhabitants of several days during the past week, visit- boon quite 111, but is convalescing. 1 Way, W. F., 1ft co., Feb U '11:1: In two mid [a ]half acre tracts,

this busy world to come and enjoynotthe ing her sister, Mrs U. S. Hardee, at Dr. Lansing came up from West Palm I McMillan, I'. A., j' II Feb 1.1: 'III
E.: II II II (k't. 2i'II2)
chimericle "fountain of youth"spring last to attend Stypman Fronting Canal.
Rockledge.Mrs. Beach Friday to some ; Titus TIo'Hlnre "ii" Feb H'tM) on
,
4) 4) O O O
that Ponce do Leon was In search
Thurston left for Ohio last Fri business here, returning Monday.The I Hall, It. Freeman., II II Apr 7'l 11-1

of-but the glorious breezes laden withall day morning, where she was called on A. A. Ford Go's, fishing lloct, Goldsmith, b1" II Aug H: 'D4 Apply to
the virtues of nature' true physlc- Stewart O A II Feb 7'l>4 .
ian--old ocean-which comes here after account of Illness of her sister Mr. which has been In camp at Grant's farm I loss, H V com filed Marlon co Jul 22:! '(U:! ALBERT W. ROBERT,
Thurston accompanied her as far as the past two months, returned to Eau Taylor, A A state at large Dec 4 '91
sweeping over the bosom of the Atlantic '04 West Im Beach Fla.
Jacksonville. Gallic last week. Holmes, R I1" Sep 7 :
a distance of 4,000 miles, from where the Jones, John (' Oct 21) '04
old navigator sailed Many reasons [Remember the ADVOCATE, Titus The Taylor Fishery has shut down I ,
ville, does all (kinds of job printing. dive for two months on account of dull
could be assigned for this theory. One us a share of your work.] business. will about'
H. HAPPERSETT
u it is I the only place where he could They open up Pencil Wood. S.

have conveniently landed between Cape Sept. Ut.Judge. A notable example a btorceralt! produced ,

Roesch held court Monday and by email moans u found in the
Canaveral and here, the next Inlet being Canaveral.
fact that loud pencil niters have whittled (Successor to Ray disposed of several civil Our
Matanzas, fifty miles north of here and cases
several big forests of cedar trees
about twenty south of St. Augustine. Mrs J. T. Hood is visiting her mother, towns-people don't go to law very often; away in Europe and the supply of wood suit Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints
The existence of the ruins of an old but when they do, look out for wool. '
Mrs. Johnson, in Melbourne this week. able for lead ptmciUi U practically exhausted ,
church (probably the oldest ruins In If that apology for a bridge: across in the old world. An order hi "
The deer and rats are 'so numerous '
America) built of coquina rock, near that they have destroyed nearly all our Yarn urn's branch, just cast of the railroad just been pluond by a noted Gorman firm Oils Barb Wire Poultry Netting c -

here is another reason given for our summer gardens. is not soon attended to, the town of pencil makers with California lumber ,
for large quantity cf
conclusions. have to somebody damages. company a
A number of parties from here have may pay sequoia wood, which ii found to be the III I I

A string of figures might have been been buckle-berrying on Merrill's Islam] bust wood now available for pencil Hardware

teen moving northwards on the beach at lately. They all had oo oronado one morning last week. The the It seem too bad that the grand old i
last, and they reported mosquitoes I I I I
un-just rising from his morning bath thick they could not see the giants should sacrificed,, and especially
1D the sea .touched with roseate warmth so and Mrs. Lyman Robbins left on that their end should be lead pen-
huckleberries.Fred ICE CREAM FREEZERS WATER COOLERS GASOLINE
the faces of the nearest figures; the more Tuesday for Cleveland, O. cil Bhavlngs.-Paper Makers' Monthly ,
Hitchcock's house, on his homestead Journal
distant ones looked bluish and blurred Mrs Bishop Is spending a short time STOVES and REFRIGERATORS. -
in the uncOl'talllllght, and over all grew here took fire and burned to the in Jacksonville # ::+ ti,, 4j.t,
ground during his absence in Palm
the<< tremulous beauty of the new-born Beach. It was supposed to be caused Mr. Robert Maley's new house on The Largest and Most Complete I TIT'CTSVII..IrE: : F'IrORII:: .4 ...
day The figures-nearly a score of Cedar street I is about completed.
usual combination matches and .
the -
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by -
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them-were of a party of pleasure leek- Establishment South. I
mice. Mr. J. Reining is building on his Palmetto

era thus and early excursionists, for there, and was were a long abroad trip Capt. and Mrs :Nesbit and a party of avenue lot GEO. S. HACKER & SON, I STEVENS BROS. & COif c

*Otfore them. After following the beach young people were here w 1th the steamer Mr. Ethan Yulllaume, one of the graduates 1 ,
week. The chief of Stetson University, sill attend 1I
bur a mile they turned westward Into Spartan last captain's I
the was to get petitions for a changeof the :s'ormalllCllool here this summer
road object
leading to the where
bridge, STEVENS POTTERY GA.MANUFACTURERS
.
lilt 1 launch Ozone, Capt. J. P. Turner In mall route, signed by the people in Daytona I Is most pleased over havingthe .- .

barge and Capt. L. C. Demaree: onboard this district The people here are almost :s'ornla1I1Chool, and will do all In her

soon came to the landing, and the unanimous in their wish for a power to make It pleasant for the mem OF -

change, as our mail for a year or more bers. We wish It might be permanent .S ,
party
embarked The scenery along the Well Curbing and Flue Lining Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware all
UilUboro-ls past has been carried a sort of "hit or managementProf. ,
charming with the rich
-T".th of shrubbery very on its irregular miss" manner, which Is anything but Gilliaru>and I'rof. Graham, who Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and

'! "'ret. Nothing happened worth not- agreeable. Capt. Kesbit thinks if the are to conduct the S'ormalllChoollIbleh Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile.,

'.' until they passed Hawks Park and winter tourists knew of the fine sport to holds its session In Daytona this summer YIMr W

,...1' reached El Dora, where, while wait- be had fishing from the pier in the bight, have arrived, and the school will open :Jr Sue your money by buying clone at Home,,and from clever men.TITUM1'Ii.I.IS .

a2 a few that a great many would come If there --
minutes to take passenger on pn Monday. Mrs. Gilliam Is with her

t"ant they saw lyiag close to the boat was a regular steamer running on the husband, and all seem pleased with Day Manufacturers of : \V.:.\TJI"JC ui:>
lar.r river. Capt. :Nesbit and party visited
alligator as unconcerned as if beer teas roiir.
and the beach while here, Doors Sash Blinds
'one of the party. Leaving El Dora, the lighthouse The Fourth was elaborately celebratedhere ,
The U statement
following a comparative Livery
.,. Catlin, one of the party, took a
III hour or two they reached point and Miss a large crowd having gathered at of temperature and rainfall for the New r Smyrna *
with her kodak.
n'."-sit* Shlloh-about 000 feet from number of snap shots the Armory to hear the address and music Moulding and Building Material. week ending Wednesday, July 3, 'W:

'tor* and, "for the land' sake r' the [:Send the ADVOCATE an order for any ;' and at night our band and fire -l/ID"- -HV..o-
last' Office and Warerooms, King, Opposite
.'nlnl (the passenger from Eden) job printing you need.] works, followed by dancing for several KATK MAX. N'.. MAX. MM, -* (: Stable *-

had: dropped into the water and, with hours at the Seaside Ion, where they Cannon Street, 27 M 70 Wi 70

.I,".* "wggage; held aloft, began walking to St. Lucie River.Mr. were most delightfully entertained by *M IoJ 87 M W 71 87 M 00 00
''' Charleston] S. C. C. I-. DOIIN .
u the Proprietor.Hacks
:' water reached to lit waist Mr, and Mrs. Horace bUlwart.I *) *7 73 m 71

rae surely a comical sight, and was a 1 M no X* 7*
'$1 A. J. Olds had his little cat boat 2 (HI 71 I 110 n
tr original and premature way of Have seen it ? teeD what f Why Sash Weights Cord and
| week and her a you
'tn'hog' About hauled out this gave I <3 W 74 8-'U AllTrains
noon they reached the the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If Meet
, and a general overhaulingfor Total rainfall tot the week MB Incite
t
.rrllera cad Of jiaulover canal, where coat of paint you own a sail or row boat, don'I fall to
.
1 i'Irt, landed the boat race on the 4th of July. have: one on hand. It U a great labor Hardware. Departures from normal rainfall for the Passengers and baggage Iran
and the
accepted week : plus 411 Iota .. Iteparturefpmu Qa
and Is patented la the United
saver,
all of d.y-.ttd
mootbs have eel In, part the 11Mlieayll.
.I'ti'ju offer of Mr. Flannery and Slate the summer States, Great Britain, Ca.*U, .. A normal ratafatl lnc. January Ut; OaR MI KM b* j' .1 the porch of his ptasaat home to Wav.fe d bunchy relate sad 1f.. S. of fw of tfce stat* riffct will he MM at a Window and Fancy GlassA ntIowa 0,44 (otto*. arran.
:i i i" .Id 1 the Lunch opal Mr. Fteonery C. E. will be carried. on fetkr, Seu fay r.aiMW.W ....r.. AwtytoJ. U. Wal- J, F.. LAJKH-ETTE: :, I I

I. a delightful per. with some Ik1e silsoel ftisl Ml U. the Bar1eaver. toeD. Thus rtIIit, fact. SPECIALTY, ObHrvtr. NEW feMYUXA, FLORIDA.











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JkS.TOSBlIg CL W. Williams Is training II youngiters Boon after his arrival In New York NEAR & TAYLOR'(8ucce.son

j all by Allerton. Ysayo,, the volinist, and Car Thompson ( to John
the other great master of the bow, Me Allut i.
/ 'jp' sc The pacing Prairie Lily l:18: #, is .
strolled off together to the Waldorf. Artesian Well
\ -' going fart this season. Contractor
Ysaye Hoes not talk very much English \
The more experience a man has the at the best of times and after a coupleof JOB EAU CALLIE ,,

i t more still can he learn. hours in Mr. Thompson's company SHASIDH IU SOnTS. --FLA--=

PERSONAL GOSSIP.Bardon' Chimes Boy, 3:17tf trotting has been his pronunciation bad not perceptibly FOR --

"converted" to the Improved. Manager Johnston who bad the J. St. A.
Oter
I pacing gait Where to go
income from royalties on his
plays in France and other countries i* She 2:14y: who I. but 14# hands, come after him to see that be did not & I. It. JtnllHnj. WINES and SPIRITSxtiBEE1tS
t is one of the hOl'lelIn Trainer Ilickok'sstable. I get lost In the shuffle, was keeping up
*)I50OOOayear. the pace set by Mr. Thompson quite Round-trip tickets are sold to New '

Sir Henry Bessemer, the "steel king," manfully. But Ysaye lagged behind and Smyrna Daytona, Ormond, St. **
r iiM never responded to the autograph The hone that accompanied General began to lone Interest in things Some tine and other places In clone AUi"'j ,

t ; fiend. Be if 83, hale and hearty. Coxey to Washington is in training at of the party prodded him up and inquired to the beach. For rates see CIGARS ETC
Toledo. of the well PRIN ,
I what was the trouble. But his The following are a few '
The letter 0 sound odd for a name, of the East Coast: OF THE FINEST
a ; j lint there Is a distinguished family in Portland, Or., boasts of being the stock of current English was Inadequate known seaside resorts QUALITY, "

Belgian whom name i I. 0, no more and only place on the coast where all the and after making several abor ORfO .-One of the finest beaches I 60 TO

? no less purse filled. tive attempts at explanation In mixed on the East Coast. Bathing Losley & RcnakerFamllle
.uperb'l
German and French be Hotel Coquina, Seiser .t
reached fora
; Harriet Jay,the authored and actretw, H. E. Kline, Phcenixvillo, Pa., will over prietors.> Street car meets all TING Supplied.
daily and turning the
paper over to
the brown
campaign stallion William
ister-ln-law of Robert Bnohanan, the Excellent drives.
playwright and anthor.ha* been declared Penn, 1:12". amusement column found the display rr: Our Lodging!' and Luncbb
advertisement of a theatrical attraction COBOX ADO.-Well worth a visit-fine Will be Ready by Oct. 1. ituatM
+ a bankrupt "Americaners" is the name given in then having a great run. He pointed to beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet side Washington ave., between J T w-
4
John A. Bingham, who was one of Europe to the horses and men from the 11& triumphantly It was "Too Much all trains and transfer passengers and K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block. '

the prosecutor of President Johnson United States Johnson and It was a full and sufficient baggage to the beach at reasonable rates.

and afterward Grant' minister to Japan It is reported that Allerton strainedone explanation Washington Post Take J., St. A. A 1. R. R'y train to New

i 1 i living at Cadis 0., at the age of of his legs recently and that the injury tn..o-- Smyrna. OF ALL KINDS 4- HODGES & GODFREY
.
IL 80. will permanently retire him. I DATTOIA.-Very excellent beach for # ,

; a Although General O. Howard ha It is said that Richard Croker will President Felix Fence is an early' riding. driving and bathing. Elborden well Manufacturers of
beach as
riser He boarding house, on the as
Is up at S o'clock, studying at
declined the presidency of Norwich university become an Irish landlord and establish Hacks meet all trains.
Northfleld, Vt., he will deliver one of the largest racing studs on the that early hour the "dossiers, paper., cottages to rent. Yellow Pine

: an annual oonne of lectures at that institution isle. documents, eta, which have been pre Neatly Into r
pared for him the evening before. That ,
Lawson N. Fuller who drove six-in- SATURDAY TO MONDAY RATES TO
/ a WM also the custom of President Thiers, Boron DRESSED,
I II France Htlll poHsesse four Waterloo band a mile in 8 :04U last week at who entered his library at 11:3010 win. THE SEASHORE. Orange Doa IleiuU,

:I veteran, three of them being centena Fleetwood, is 72 years of age.-Horse- ter as well as In summer Marshal Mao. Commencing Saturday, June 22nd, and Fruit &
: egrtakle ,
rians. Their name and ago are M follows man. Mahon used to get up early, but he did continuing every Saturday until Sep. Cr.ln.
t Victor Baillet 102 Vanoye, 102 I 1 tember 30th, round-trip tickets to Or- Lnmlier delivered at any part: .>f Inrtiac Kin,
; ; Abraham Ludwig, horse trainer of not begin to work before 7 a. ra Pre 1i.i i 1: on throneh bill of ladinjt Anvnnentttnlit
Jnlien Row, 101, and Sebastian Bruant, PottsUrwu, Pa., was recently kicked by dent Grevy on the contrary, worked mond, Dajtona and New Smyrna will be CheaplyAND Ine building: : on the Kant Coant wonlct<|: vtilti::
f w>ld at rates iihown below, limited to write I for iirloeo Tlie Sawmill i> oitnaitil
J9. *tbt
; : a colt in the abdomen, from the effects very late at night and did not rise before I I Monday following the date of sale for JM T. & K.: a)' ,.mile couth of. Palatal k,

1 Ex-Lieutenant Governor William IL of which he ed.Rapids 10 o'clock. AL Carnot got up at 8, itturn. Satsuma lllghts, Putnam co.,Fla,
Haile of Massachusetts has retired from Grand has secured T worked in a small room near bin bed
I Ryland TO -
: i ; active participation in political affair 2:07: "(, and Lord Clinton, 2.08: for a room and did not go down stairs before I New Smyrna -
j and i* giving his entire attention to the match race, to be trotted during its race 10 a. m. M Casimir-Perier usually FROM : Ornmnd Dajtona forCorona'lo Itch -

i '': management! of his woollen mill in meeting, July 1 to S.C. row at 7 o'clock, took a walk in the I TrriMiLtB ... |I25 '125 *ini x J. M. SANDERS N
I New liamp hire.. Elysees garden and began his work by City I'oint 1 *> 125: 1xoa 2"" ,
IL Nelson is reported as saying 9 o'olook.-Parl. f'< ...... I4il 130 125R.ckle.l6
} R I The Rev. A. W. Mason who died the hat no mare should be'bred nnleoa she CorrespondentJapan' Ears aailie e in 141 2H 13" tMrllmurne 12\ >

\ i other day in Minneapolis, waa' next to has secured a mark of 2 ::111. This is Proponed t:IflTel Tower 1 .. J *) 24 GOODS'NOW
the oldest Universaliet minister in the Hfhintlan 8M 8(Ml 8 Ml;
quite a super bred" idea. Japan is to have its own Eiffel tower rortllerce... 52 t i>> 825 DRY
United States, having been ordained in Cleveland In to ennrmnum lighthi.-. Tha F.natafro World, *.\nKlial!* *. Eden: tie' 5)Y 0 B"1'Irnwn ,
i, 1884. The oldest is the Rev. Lucius R. ; t'YWU.U"" vV" .... II H 6 tli II n
il+ ness hone tb1 establishing;social hams, announces that a number of Japanese w't; Jupiter 778 T70 775w' AXD
Paige of Cambridge Mass., who was ordained I'ahu teach.: a 7n 8 78 670
11'3 j : organization, to be known as the patriots in Tokyo have conceived
J I }i"i in 1825. Gentlemen's Driving club. the idea of so commemorating their vic Choice Groceries
Gall IIe nilton'a ia tories. The ,
i witty tongue reiponmble tower will be 1,000 feet SUMMER RATES TO THE fcEA-
o I fI I for this: When her cousin, S. MANNERS OF THE GREAT. high, and the lowest story Is to contain

j\! r : Pickering Dodge, went to Germany, a I an exhibition of national industries, SIIORE. Hay, Corn, Mapes' Fertilizers,
i ,4 : native, whom he asked for information Burns always ate with his knife. while the highest will be a Walballa Hound Tlip tickets to Ormon.l,

i' aid "Sprechen sie Dentsch?" "Yes," Gibbon was very pompons and full of devoted to the statues of Japanese patriots Daytona and New Smyrna, limited to. FINE PATENT FLOUR.
, ;!t "' answered Mr. Dodge, "that's my name, his own importance. who have died for their country October 3111t, 1811'), will, he sold daily until AT THE-

I' but how in thunder did you know it?" The cost is to be $360,000, and European September 3Otb, at following rates: Ooooct JTVLorldn.COMPOUND .
Robespierre was urbane in manner,
1 ij. !' Achmed Wotel(>gel, the merchant who and courteous, though brief, to those contractors are invited to send es -TO-New 8mym.
Slatin Pasha to timates.-Pall Mall Gazette. FROM OmJOnd. Daytona. forCoronado .
helped escape, on returning who approached him on business. : --(;)-
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,II Ilkl! I I '' to Omdurman was hanged by Chesterfield was so graceful that one Children Born on Uolldaj. Ttn'AVILLJI: ... 5285 5728 5155; OXYGEN
order of the IIe labItanleevllle.
f kalipha. was betrayed .rltch..r..270 240
,' I' of his contemporaries said it was worth Mr and Mrs. Jonas B. Remaily of .... 3 or 2 toO 206
; Sy Slatin's servants, who were tortured a i journey across England to see him Germantown "lUstina ... 3 Iii 290 221
have
f'' till they confessed that he was the last bow. eight children, six of ('It) l'olnt. ... 541 300 3l6: ADVOCATEPrinting Restores strength, tjulcU tile nervet
In with whom came into the world in pairs. Six Cocoa .. .. ... 311I1 320 2 551oquins. and disease.
their expels
1 non communication .. .,.. 37" 845 27815nave.ture.
(
I master before his flight Louis the Great paid such attentionto of the children were born on legal holi ... 3 ill all" 2 ill Proof, the most convincing is offered
his manners that he took a dancing days. The eldest, a daughter, was born hunts ..... Its) 3M 211 free to all who suffer Call and tee ai

"fi ) Andreas Haftas, the last veteran of esHOU every day but Sunday for 23 Thanksgiving day; the second, a boy, Eau U.llle .. 400 44) 4o5 41p 830Sarno 335JlI..IINJume. --(;)- or write for further information. Book
; ; : : the Greek war of liberty of 1821, died ears. on Washington's birthday, and on July ..... 4110 435 3M of 200 pages sent free.
I II!, I II: in Athens lately at the age of 116. One 4, 1892, twin daughters arrived in the Tillman..,..... 488 440 865Slalabar. Home or office treatment Consultation
t of the in John Adams was M reserved that he ] .. ..... 400 4M 5005'alkaria
streets Athens
is named after
\' t home. On the Washington's birthday .... 4I\ 470 3 IInrant.
..1+ i' him, and his funeral was a public one. generally gave the impression that he just past Mrs. Remaily presented her .,.. .. ... 11011 480 4011 free.Drs.. Starkey & Palon,
of those with whom he 51,, 495\ 420Roeela.d
was suspicious Micro
;"; + lIe had often expressed the wish to live lord and master with a pair of bouncing .. .. 114.. II Iii 4 4, *! .+- T*
1"1\ : until 1901 in order to be able to say that was talking. boys.-Philadelphia Record. Hebaetian. 11110 825: 488w'oelley 1529 Arch Street, Philadelphia

:'1 jl li g had been three centuries. The Earl of Bfncoiisfiold was not an (Ilaord; ,:::':: :: :: 415 50,5Si. ,

.. t ** ''Re3 Thunder, who was concerned in agreeable companion. lie had a sneering In Sympathy With It. l.ul'le... 845 645 57050,1PI.rce. DIE
.... .IIii 850 59" JACKSONVILLE STEAM
I r the Turtle mountain outbreak in North way of speaking that, to many persons, Dismal Dawson-Kin I use your tele- w'hiteity ... 110 611ii 810
:: I Dakota and refused to surrender to Ma. was offensive. phone a mlnnitrMerchlntIt Ankona "' 7225 g:: 828
r E.len ..: : :: 75, 615,
jor Hale, the Indian agent, is 88 years Daniel Webster was lofty and> digni- won't work. Jense5.. ...... 165 735 565Stuart. 4 *! Office WORKS
1 old. It took six deputy marshals to over led. His abstraction sometimes created Diurnal Dawson-So? Have you any ..... ... T"" TM II"T1..',
ARcla 510
11 power the chief and put handcuffs on the impression of incivility where no objection to me shaking hands with Itf 5416(1.n ::::::: .80 :: 7 d. The above establishment i* undet nee

r" I him. Red Thunder has killed four Sioux, discourtesy was intended. -Cincinnati Tribune. Italia. "UOlt.... 860 8110 .311 8M 780w'eetJollier Its management. We positheli nortben uanmte

I two Grofl Vus, one Assiniboine and one Petrarch was so anxious to excel in W. .'alm leach 11711 II 110 Bill our work equal to that of any

I white man in battle. polite deportment that he took lessons Our eer..nts.C Conductor will\ sell ticket. from city.

from' a professor of dancing and breed- no-agent stations. <

: i, THE FASHION PLATE. lug every day for six years. Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.

William Penn's formal but kindly po- ] JOSEPH RICIIARDHOV, Ladies Goods Cleaned! or Dyei

,, For an outing suit, blue English serge iteuees impressed even the Indians with General Passenger Agent.
t to lone not bit of its former fa. goods of the
I seems a Dying Silk. and Cleaning
whom he dealt One of the names given red!
vor. him by them was "The Good Big Somebody has Invented a letter copy. Do not most delicate texture a Specialty.

Some of the newest French millinery Chief." ing book,, which, when rolled up and for price list.

shows tulle hats with delicate bead and MAINHARD BROS. Props
Charles XII of Sweden was loud and held tightly In the hand, makes as gooda

I spangle trimmings. boisterous in conversation and rude in aoion. I I copy as can be obtained from a press. Send JourPRINTING No. 13 Xewnan St., Jacksonville. FU

i 'y, Both Felix and Paqnln greatly favor He often played practical jokes on France ha but one volcano-In the

t : the fitted blouse waist with slightly the courtiers and laughed immoderately and it
Department of Aveyron U in active
CO
.f, drooping front at their chagrin. r I operation for the first time since W H, GLEASON & ,

111i ; 1; New craped zephyr goods appear in Chopin, the pianist and composer, I 1870. away, LAND CASES

stripes, plain, chined or else crinkled in was a very gentle man, and scrupulously An alarm letter box ls a recent inven ATTOUNEYS IN
t ; the way familiar in old time seersuckers. considerate of the wishes of others. '
hiring[ his long illuotts, his character' I' 1 tion. When a package Is dropped in it TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS IX
brocaded But
Some satin and the
I I, very elegant sounds a bell in the house to inform the keep
seemed to is often
l satin skirts open in front in directoire change completely, as 1 AMINED AND PERFECTED.
the case with chroiiio invalids. He became listener that the postman has brought a
skirt simulated
It style over a gored or a
selfish, petulant and hard to please. letter. RESURVEYS -
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one, of plain or striped satin.Blue ;0"-' ABSTRACTS FURNISHED ANT
homespun forms a stylish and -St. Louis Ulobo-Dumocrat Lady (engaging a new servant)-I Six near relatives of Ceo. II. McCal- Money on the OBTAINED
of Blddeford Me. met with, violent
hope you don't mind children. mon, ,
I serviceable gown for general and outing
wear. The gored skirt, measuring 4tf STAGE GLINTS. Servant.-Oh, no. I always leave the death*-the father, grandfather, two Defective Homestead and Pre-EWPtine

boa missus to look after them. brother and two cousins East Coast Entries Corrected and Perfected.
yards around the bottom, is of good Sims Reeves, who been Dept
the
practical width. ill, ia convalescing. serioUlLlY// NOVELTIES.Punch Claim adjusted before
-Walton'. Rapid Calking Machine, went at Washington.
v Charles Warner i* lOOn to
tY Corsages, with natty short basques in silver is with appropriateness 13 00, 110.00, and $15 00 each. In use Correspondence solicited.
waved, pointed, tabbed or gathered on, England a new play of Charles Han- theADVOCATE
made to surmount a mother of pearl by many of the principal boat-builder By giiing FLA.
GALLIE,
i have been increasing constantly of late, nan called "A House of Lies"J. baby rattle. in the North. See pamphlet and testimonial EAU -

4 and it U likely that the style will become .[. Tuole i* not Improving in e -

d still more general. health, and there 1*little likelihood that Buckles are assuming all sorts of unusual and LelllOl
shapes. It is possible, it seems, to How's This. Pineapple, Orange
L ho will be able to play again before next
? F New skirts are kilted on the tides Cheap.I .
carry oddity too far. Land For Sale,
5. with one plain front breadth. In the eason.

back are two large box plaits that match Calve boa paid a heavy forfeit to the Parasol handles of crystal blocks oblong We offer one hundred dollars reward have for sale 80 acre of pine5PP)

the front breadth in material, the kilted Port opera in order to accept the offer cut In planes, are overlaid with for any ease of. Catarrh that cannot be A share of land on St. Lucle river, a few mite *
cured Hall' Catarrh Cure.
F portions being of a similar color, but of of Abbey and Gran for next season In garlands of gold. Nothing more beautiful by low Eden, 40 of which being nortM'
Y, J. CHI.SKY & Co. 01
; Prop,
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is in this line. of
different seen
pattern. this of northeast quarter
( country. Toledo, O. quarter us,
1 { t i A novelty to wear with an Eton suit D'Oyly Carte,who ha been seriously The most distinguished looking tea We, the undersigned, have known r. 18, township 38, south of range 41 qM
Nauheim in sets have been shown lately. In each J. for the lat 13 and be Your Job the other 40 I* the northeast i
of black satin trimmed with Jet bands ill i* lowly recovering at Cheney yean, of section
,I fa a shirt waist of pink or yellow taffeta, Germany, where be i* undergoing special case they were in highly polished planes, lieve him perfectly bonorabe in all busl- of southeast quarter of 41 alt
south range
belted In at the waist, the wide box treatment flaring toward the top, where they were ness transactions, and financially able to WorkH township 38, for fK
met by a beaded rim. carry out any obligation made by their The above land can be bought .It
:i plait in front and the collar covered Sissieretta. Jane ha been Ringing firm. per acre. It U suitable! for plnear

with a jetted lace insertion. Below the with eclat at the Palace Uasio hall in Exquisite after dinner coffee cups WEST: A Tat:Ax, Wholesale Druggist, orange, lemon or lime growing
jet girdle U a soft plaited frill of the London. She now object to the sobri adorned with fine flowers, such as the Toledo, O.WAUUXO Will be old ia lot of 40 acres.IiJI

taffeta.-New York Post quet of "The Black i'atti." forgetmenot, are held In garlands of silver KIXXAS A MABVIX, Whole. cash This land will won be wortll p-
gilt These are superbly encased with tale Druggist*, Toledo, O.
Mix G. A. Doremn i* busily engagedon per acre.
The original! of Little UUJeeas ne ..p- drama of New York their spoon*! uf silver gilt Jewelers' hall,* Catarrh Cure I II taken internally vr .Fill Job "C'Vork AIIVOC
society Walton.
a comedy
} pears in Dn Manrier'i "Trilby" illustrations Circular. acting directly upon the blued and Apply to C. II.
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is Patrick Evans, a English life which promises to be the beet work musou surface of the ytem. Price office; or to Bobbin 4 Grahars TIed

actor now playing in the young provinces this clever woman ha ever done. Care *. II* the CM*. 73 cent per bottle. Sold by all drug. ArtisltiOLtllygottoslup.; ; stile -

Th Oomedie Francalse has canceled I Marguerite Merington, the author of I "I can't tell you, said the experienced gist. Testimonial free.

"Captain Lettarblair," has just finished suburbanite in reply to the question ; ; .
11 engagement his
Ointry's at request for E. IL Sothern. which i a mail Maud in the West
a play underlined of bit new neighbor, "when the Caycao
without exacting the usual 4 .000 forfeit
I he thus incurred. M. Ointry will for production for next season next train goes but I can tell you what Indies, II i inhabited exclusively by turtles Sn11sfnc11on.Gunrnn.; : ; stasER '

){me. Bernhardt to America. your chances of catching it are. some of which grow to enormous
accompany .Y
America* laftDt "What are they inquired the new
I lie. Several vain attempt. have been .'tood.Send
Women dramatists nowadays come to Little Boy-Papa, what it an in- neighbor eagerly. made to eitablish human habitation BRASS rY ,..
the fore in a remarkable
very manner. renter "Well, if yon run as hard as you
,j One of the genuine successes of this sea- Papa-lie 1*a man who invent some can," said the experienced resident there. us your

sen has been- the adaptation by Martha thing that 'Vel'J'bodye1M manufacture "you'll have 13 minutes to wait and If -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine -
Morton of a foreign play under the and then spends all his money trying to you merely walk you'll find the train orders. STEEL aSTM'+
No. tt No. two flO No. three -wnlaa 1
cam of "His Wife's Father." one, ; ; $15
jot
Record
stop them.-Good N w* pulling ouL Chicago N....Nr..Y.
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tar. Im the trrix-h Capital
going Into mourn HOTEL MELBOURNE .
are
'JfI that we COWWDO.. HOTEL() t"w'; The following curious story of hypnotism
lAid Mi* Parvenu decisively, ,
rs, I heard of the death of a distant Indian : ,' was related by a well known (Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
Ae MELBODRKE
Ev who bad left them some money, River, FLORIDA. .6.. : ;! :. citizen of Washington who was recentlyin ,.

In Open all the -...._ ;J.L1Si .. Paris. lie has traveled' extensivelyand ,
- trt got to do the thing up style. year round Good FI.h. "lJ. : -__ -
business will do for me Inll juJn Hunting: and Yachting. Rates, -i devote much time in the study of JOSEPH 11. DUHKIii, Receiver.Hally .
halfway #: and \\ rAL .
it come to showing respect for upwards. I'\AN tI /II'W. 1\4 ,.. cxvultiam and iudred subjects. He says :
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John. 1'lllhow Proprietress, MM I. M. (Lu n. = -- '
Uncle "I'Til IiTlutr
r noryof "I was in a cafe situated near the -
>n beans in the next Mock the proper I pocH Feature nt Col'tn\.lo-M04t.: : Grand Opera house n few weeks since .' Zn,9lto.la\aJ I \ T.bl.ln rr..t; Apr, U. 'U.\.Iii. ..; ._, .iii.... ...... --.

I to) do a thing. Henry,those go up stairs VAILL'S FLOATING HOTEL era tlon to, B.rate tI..1| .nnhlnir toil!, gnat loiiifmt noting.no otitenta-\\ rite Jnn'hinl.u toiglfoh: gentleman arm :,: :: .Csi'atalv.PM: 1Plae; .....LII'hsU\.brren rovP W,\::.;,; : : .: :. 1';,:: ::,, 61Opn--4MI'm: ::, ..,.

minute and take off striped for teiniR pied the mime tbln. At the adjoining -I I IIII a HIlt'I' 111111.\. . .I..IRlka . .. 41111.m, 4'.m, a II .. ...
haven't got any other .. tl/IU./ 1t/ltl1IIO/l'l./ / . .IIl1nlt"III..II. .. aMam a ropm IIM1pm
>1'& If yon At the Railroad \\harf at ------ _._,--- --- -.-- --- table was a lady of strikingly urUtorrat- rota 1201 aII, Pta., ., trr.trntl'in.lunction . 3Insa, .rtpot
c one, put on the pair that goes io bearing, plainly but elegantly ap- .. .. P eta 17 .l a'Il2rat.'' ,. .. .. P.,111111. . .. are at 140"11":1'1'latpn nw
dress suit"c6. West Palm Beach. .. .. P11a U/Itl./ 1t ..line.,. "1..lnj[. . .. r/'lam' II.rnl II Ma ..
your Free HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY parelled She halt clear cut, regular features .. n, 4ta< 1:1.1.: ll II\.I" . .. .. .1".1..1..IIIaat I Jpml II' tttIiua ..
\' ma'am from Flies and Mosquitoes\ Sea light olive complexion, jet black .. I7'+ .
. .. . I7npm.
.l'el.and. '
Food .: .I ILr : : .: : :: "
Maria, put away all your light a iSpecialtyPALMETTO. IlSllal.rl ace m : ::::
jd, hair large, luminous, scintillating .
eyes .411. Iat.Ar ssnront .. . .Lt Ifassa:> 1..1.1"1.. .
er g. I'll get you come more black! E. E. V A 11..., I'rop. OREAT OBJECTIVE POINT of inky darkness and with but a trace of . .. .. 4'1'WlI' ., Ions"!, . It/ram Ilf.aat.
tomorrow" TILE llomencekemhen get aMt/ a 11171' . . Kte.tmm..e . .. . It I5jt '"a tll /Man.' '' '''._''.'
[ you white around them Thepupilscontracted . . .
51ra arop.51 Itartxw .. I.\' '1111"' I' '", Yisatn. .. ...
Kes, ma'am. there Stop at -_ and expanded like the eyes of a cat .. .. . . II lt1' .kr .1uta Ionia . .1. t2 ;apm I. ... ..... .
Kir. Parvenu, put down that walk. HOUSE . ... lIIIIa: a'I.Ar .. . .r 45 m 1"ah'I' .....
bet Her eyebrows were delicately traced, . Taiu's lt
Y M. s ar Ar 7 III .
I
rep Mick A man never does know any The Lemon City Hotel symmetrically arched and coiitiunon, 1at.Ar I:' :.. :TI !;::. 1Y./L./: j': 't I Inapt: : :: : : :::

. bx,. .II.ITI", .. . .
-IrrtTsmpa
g Daj'tonn Floruln. without a break IK ween thoin. Her Yupw .r Ar Yupro': ants"" ann.1'to .
dear"- .... and Sri I let p m Ar ., hey 11 ..... . Iv. III itt'I' n. w "I. and ",It.
!Jut, my mouth wax rather largo, with full, ml \\'IId. snit Nat. . IIfll. tat Ar. Ilavsna I., U19111: \\.I..nI".I.

lf you haven't got a blackthorn, dooms, without board, dining the At Lemon City, the terminus of the lips anti small, even white, glistening 5IaI.tlw: oxIIeAr ee9,; ,...I.J."nllt'A'r,;; ..I..I.\.I-li."nn.\r'. ;: "''
Ft carry any Show Borne respect for summer montlm Apply to flack Line, on Hiscayne flay Airy teeth. She was tall, slender, and apparently trroI./ Ar .:'""'I.rl..l.\, .u. I 111eo 9It 1'.I.k. Ar s. :'a 9t I tl'l7hyl.yrn,1'hvIn.Ar ",'''p''
Y memory of poor, dear Uncle John, Mns. UAUWON room, comfortable bed, goal table, elegantly formed and appeared a :aspAr\ ISarrn I..., .40' I '! Inp1rPanIlatetI.e ::111411' U"I'\rllu""t'111\1.: sea

I IIt. A left you t50.000. "" Proprietress. terms teaaonablo.ZjtT' about 85 yearn of ago. Attending her a54pAtlatr.n'eLr'fiM aiGp: : Ar :,, l.vt7II.: : : SVsp.5 2 tip::I:Ar, Ihan I'.ytnus'ad l.r I.v,77Ap: ,:t'ta9..:: I 'g pSrl.krllrlenl.v:: 1t\rnamrnl.r:: P'Ma Saa5II.i,5J5ckwntlleAr

lAll right my dear. God l islilng and hunting In the won servant in Ihery Plop ittM1at.vlack xtitlr.Ar S' rl.sI-r3mko.i 8uq.t12a9t '
And, Henry, keep away from that ncighlioi'luxxl. "I was fomenting with thin English I.r: Nanford: Ar 111eei rlrvn lv I1IMka: :1r ( e;:: t l n9':; I v Nautori 1: Pot.

eyed' Miss MigRS. Find a black HOTEL CARLETON I). >f. (OVNOLLY, Prop. gentleman, who had just retnitied from UE'l.r:II.\r: lIotkl.,1 Monne, AtII45a"I. Pasta' 1IIIII.lI"I"r.'III"It: :4's.Srllswlhornelxl1e., : :141'r.' a.Itp.51" Milo.Ivada,. Ir I.tl4I sq\?.

jf girl for the present. Lemon City, Dade Co., Flu India, where he had punned several IhtpiAr" Ma...." .\1.hi 31St/ 1401.Ar:, I5.1 1.1 121:9. At ,....... I..t.. ;...
I P :lI'I.IA.TMf"'r''llol.\' 3MI'IA. lerhxr. I." II tea" ; 31..1.\r l'.Idursda. I., 11:0..
Mr. Rocks
jl heard that old got aIk Jacksonville Florida. in ntvnlt ..
months investigating eaten " "!.: it :2Iq'Arltn.k.tIll.l.t's45 IIIS9.AI: leeshurg I.. 11118.
ball at the club, Mr. Parvenu. isnu During our ilincunxioii Chorcot's !
I that you"- nipNinerio nbili t l>,lljt u..I.| Sunilajr
wonderful
time or hypnotic
.... tBnt, Elizabeth"Don't Ounol'lite Po:' toflice. x HOTELHRMOND.BY.THE.SEA x COQUINA x tiM and exH'riuunts ia tho hospital he Train 2:1: ",17' ram through IMilliimn,, llnlTpt SliH'|' .. ..between New \',.tk ami Tampa.
Mr. Parvenu. ]1"what'a Train' IMimlSU-Thn>mli Itillman linlti-t HlMpIn can Ut"ivn < Imliinall mill Tmna.I | .
to ,
try argue was connected with were referral to, .
| on such an occasion, Under New W. It. c.I1Ft.l\. ( U .KHM( ,
kta proper Management x when I exprtused the opinion that only 1I\'III'r.1 ""I.>rl"I..I'nl. ilciifrnl I.u.wiirtr. "...t.
IIIeII. I'm going to do this thing up in nervous, delicate, sickly and Weak minded -

i style that it'll make every one in .- 4- perHoiiH were fully HUMCIptible to

block who's lout a relative feel Open all the Year. -- hypnotic iufliu'lu-e, and that no one could .'
Lll I'm going to have blackboards in FLORIDA. hypnotize ble while in normal condition Jacksonville

| library blackbirds in the canary Coolest and most pleasantly located of health ,

li black bear for dinner day, hotel for the summer montlm. Thoroughly who olwKTV
'g, every "The lady, was closely :
N [i k coffee all the time, and-it's mean Elevator.refitted All modern and elegantly furnished SUMMER RATES: : :*OS.00, ).00 anti iug us and hst<'ning to our converiuttioii J St. Augustine

e ain't any blackberries in the mart improvements.RATES$2.50 11000 per week with al'IIIU't'ut interest in excellent KiigliHh .
: to *J.:;jO day.
Special by the week, and to Commercial per with a Blight) foreign! nix-cut, ad I & I Indian River
r Possibly," suggested Mr. Parvenu SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are dressed me, Faying, "I vnbHtance : Pardon ,

SI jtatingly.; "possibly Elizabeth, it Men.Only hotel tint the electric can piss: Specialties at Ormond. me, a str:uiger, for interrupting you
I laid add to the effect if I got a job as to and from depot.CRAPO. but the statement just made by you is -G Railway.Tlmr .


liacksinith. I"lint ty For Circulars addiess who
& LeVENE erromyjuH There are many person
her scowl was so black that he are capable of hypnotizing you. In fact, Table In fieri; April *{ml, I"" .
,
inly left for the office without finish- Proprietors.ST. SEISER & Y1NING Managers I'm certain that I can easily do no, and -
All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine Ormond and
Herald the I
the sentence.Chicago if you will give me opportunity
ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. will convince you of your I1II tnke. I Rockledge -
AUGUSTINE
FLORIDA.
'
1 Not Playful Dog doubt also that
a perceive you my ability, South Bound. North Bound.
'' ?" asked misinterpret intentions, and entertain
I* this your dog a passerby you my '
...
: .s : .
"
n r2i.
lie put his head into the door of a COLUMBIA HOTEL suspicious not creditable to me. : aT tt Vn.72: ts. h sIra
tiot avenue saloon the other day. THELAVASSAR- To prevent pomdblo! loss to you, I dug .k.'I'' oo.111.-- ., tf2ll1' I.w W 1'01" haleh 6 iI. m 1ArMC. 1---: : :: :-::':'.

'\. 11 sliall see about him," was the can- gent that you place: ;your valuables in AIljII.ItIll' 1111f4l'I'/ .. 1.1'lIhl..... ... I IIII a ur . .....
. ,
reply of the saloonist as he ad. Centrally Located on St. George cure of a friend and submit to a ttlllt. I Lr I.rIlaslings: Nt Anauatlu..:: .'. .IoM:IaSt: : ., by 1.1: w'lu.; .' Ida.I, .i: :.1 I tllet anan a :: : : : :::.:::

ficed to the door. "Vhy you ask if he Street. replied, 'JJ.KUm, you have aroused my 1..CI.otllllkll.III:1.: : 11,1, a to ? . ....

i s my dog?" Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park interest and curiosity, and I will at lunge ArF atJia: :::: ::..IaaltI 113M1-a : :. : I I..AI..I: :: i:: :::::: t IAiaut N1 a mI.ri'xlatka :. : .. ;;::;;; i

''No matter about that I Do you own and a full view of the Ocean and adopt 'your suggestion) by going to my A'-\IiIa-MIII.... . t :tIiIo" I: :: : ; : : : : : Vies: m:.. a ; : ::::::

|dog?" rolling breakers from the piazzas. 16 Webb Ave. Ocean hotel where I will leave my valuables I.! Nun Mateo .. II 41' a ___ .. S II a tat 2 to I
'Vhas dot dog playful mit you?" Grove, N. J. and soon rejoin you. Arl1..1 .. .1:13111': .. .,. I., 1..1I""u" .. 111411., 8MI' .....,.
t I1n",1. .. . I.\' II..".. 1uMam ea9.: .. ...
11 ask again if you own him?" Block from "On my return I found the ladywhere I.. o..h.' .. . . .. .. . Iv. Iran: ""III.. .. IlIlIf a to lIar'I' ......
1 Maype he bite eh?" -4One the Ocean. 4- I had left her The Englishman, I... Ihtrtana . 1:14111': . I.,' lt.s.kledge' .. .. Itasam f4/"I'/ ........
you W M. TEAHEN Proprietor who had not participated in the conversatiou I.\' I'''':' trange 1I/ItI"/ "p . .. I.\ ('.".".. .. .. . .. III1'J a m s .. .. .
t ('Answer question. Is it . pe
my your Lew: Pnnna. 1 :N p II4Ila 1.1'C.1111."t. 11:5: a m P
t ??" OPEN June 1 1895 c_...-- between the lady and myself, r.\'lh.klllll. . 111II1' Testa . 1..Tlt""I".. .. . .. .tlllfl.: ....'1. .'. '.'.'_''
. .. .. . .
1' hJtllleft. I her to elo I.\'TII"OI\'III. ::1\11I1'\ ate a I.v tsk 11I11. 1:14:11': : m 11'141' ... ._
Vhell maype he vhas, und maype he Gas, Electric Hells and perfect system acxxmipoiiivd an I... ('I'" font 3''t'' 111'11I. I... :?sew 1I"'y.n.' .. .. 11/\/ I' n, 11549. .. .....
I isn't If he vhas playful mit den of sanitary! Sewerage. gnat private carriage, with liveried I.r ( .. 3tt p In51 I.r I'ut orange.' ,.. m .
you MRS. B, M ANDERSON. driver and footman that awaiting I.v:: Itoa:.k'I.:: .: : : :: n: :::;IM1: : I.v: avton. .. .:: : Ia: a : ::::::.
| has my dog, but if he bites you I- wan 1.1'.IIIIIII: .. ... ao7p, 1:1"/\1': / ... ArlMmund ... . .. fl.1 ; ,.. .._
her in front of the cafe. After a brink 1.\'Ma.".. .40' p 1:11:11': : .. . I.r 'rmand . .. ......
Uray and orange are a new and rather drive of about 20 minutes we reach a hr Mrlaxturne. .. 111:1.: tlk": : .. rrll"h.IJ"III'. ., .. .. .. .......
Yes, sir, he bit me in the leg, and I popular combination. Of course it is I.. Mt I."." . a :asp: 42111' Ar ta.ott.al.lk.... ... ... 32111' m ..
damages!I" shouted the man. Fearfully trying but this ia a consideration fine three story residence one of a row I.. Fort 1'Ien'e /1:111/ : I' 4", I' Ai""n Aiheu :-:-:-:. Tllli i, ". -- .

Oh'' You vhas bit by a dog, eh? ELBORDEN HOUSE exactly alike to external appearance. I.r Eden: .j S to p: Lr Man Mats., ...... ..I I2twi.i. .
that carries no weight with many I : : :: : :::: e.:::: : :: ::: : :::: F.
bas dot him? I vhas down on strange We entered a large, luxuriously furnish 1..11.. ".,. .. .. II/I'JI'/ .. .. Arl'siaiY ::111I1'. "u- .
E persons so long as it is fashionable. . . . hr 1's.larka.I, a IIIIIn. ,
I..AIII.III. _
L-s ed the first four, with. fortune :: ..
"parlor on :::
und I drive him avhay. in all varieties is On the I.\' II...... Me'"IIII. . .. Iii: IllUIlh.II.. .... .. .. sal pa,. ..
I And he lifted up his foot and sent the Braiding a popular Beach in brio-a brno adorning it. The I... W. .'I.lt..r ..I.1'/11'1 . .. Ar Nt AIIJ"otlne. .. ./ / IS I' to ,. ... ,.
and trimming, whether in metal silk, worst- lady removed her hat and wrap, hiuidml I... 11I\'I..r. . I., III. Angtutlne. 1 ats 4:11I: I' of, .1...
howling around the
pine corner A. W .. . .. .
ed or cotton. It is seen on dresses of all 1..1. I"'h' : : ArJa'kwnvllle. a Its 1131I' III ..
ned to the bitten man to say: Opposite Daytona, them to a female servant and invited -_ -
sorts, and some of the new yokes and --1-----
to eat on a Lirge Turkixh ottoman -
t "Doggone on some dogs who hang me a A. & W. Branch.
r ItlDdt und bite some peesness which cuffs are solid masses of this sort of gar is NOW OPEN. buck of a portiere that pnrtially _

1 tai coming into my saloon I"-Detroit niture. concealed ono end of tho parlor. IIHt'TIt 111111_S II. !Iolllrrlt put!:sI'.

o.'v Pre.. It Wa. the Chairs Fault. First-class table, comfortable, airy "I nuked her if she wan a profewtionalhypnotiwt NTATIUNN.--- Nn a .I No. No- N'mTlosa Nu a Nu -

Practical Father-If he says he )ovesyou rooms and pure drinking/ water. Iteduced She replied she was not ; that in:New Riynia i 2agi;IS"'N'" .. ''-,a, ('lyJan.,- 127M1p: //I :,.I..:-:-
Th. Square Meal. I he does, but can he Rates for Summer: *7.0: RICO) the inherited the faculty from her mother .ake lielrn I 24i: 10llla: I .. .. I1rs.gePloy I 11'1'1 ( ....
1 Philanthropic Merchant A fel- suppose support and ft; ).00. Apply for rooms at once to awl ouuteigualjy practiced it for i.vlraxa.l'Ity IMI'1'111/ lake11.irn' II,:.. ';"' .. ,... <
poor you? Ar'ItyJnnn._ Saplltsta .... Arlotl.ll111yrna 11'1': .
[MT came to me this morning asking for Daughter Why papa ;you inns; SYDNEY 1IAIOII, aiyusomc-nt and pleasure. I inquired :
1 A. As he said he was starving, I sent know it wasn't his fault that the chair herein the pleasure oonniHU'd mental All tralna .ilallv...tw...n ikiniivlll all! Ht AnirimtlnaTralna .
sea Breeze I' 0. Florida. "K.h..t .
d Ht. AtiKUntliie run ilally rirnpt Huuilayr
m down to your restaurant and told broke I-American Review. or physical and she replied both
im to get a square meal and I wouldy but principally phyidoal, and declined M..tiKiir* on train* 23 aniin have Trn II'hfllt.. for lunch at New Ninyrim.THi .

> for it How much is the bill? farther explanation She:! took a seat In TIte Table show. the HIIIM at hlih: Iralni may Iw M IHX tml to arrive ami ih'iart! fn.twt
the urn ar tl nt.ili.nn. but their I arrival nr ili-I | art lire at the:: tlinra slated In nut ynarantrwl: nor eke.. i
O. II. VOSS. front of attached metal mirror to
Restaurant Keeper-Fifty-five cents me, a the C'J\.panYIII..d. llM-lf. renpiitinlhl, fur any ilvlnjt or any ra.equence. arlnliiic/ tliertfi.rniJOHtl'll .
t r. her forehead by a rubber bund pawing J. R. .UUITT, Ill'IAItnaY.

Philanthropic Merchant What aree INRIAN RIVER HOTEZJ around her head, grouped my hands witha ..11..1.1.
items? firm strong pressure, and rujutwUxl

Restaurant Keeper-Nine beers and a me to remain mentally passive gaze

" gar.-Boston Post. steadily into the mirror and take inspir

t TITUSVILLE ations of breath to the full capacity of t

N.rry.'Papa. the lungs.
" aver, Indian llivor. "I followed directions, and after an
Send the "Advocate" of Job
She knelt beside the dejected figured -_ Fla. interval of perhaps ten minute began to some your

fondly kissed the drooping head. : experience a calm, gentle, soothing i) .

"Papcan I not the wolf frome fluenoe stealing over me, similar to effects

door with my singing keep ?" O H. VOSS, inducedby a full opiate. I wan Printing orders and you will be satisfied..

He MANAOKU. of and
was without hope although he P fully cognizant my surroundings ,
J ailed.'My i r position, although dreamingly wondering .

child," he sighed, "your sing Open All The Year. if it wan hypnotic influence that I

B would keep almost anybody else 1 wa experiencing The mirror appeared

m the door, but the wolf is pretty to pulsate and enlarge and a dim, shadowy .

'fry, you know.: "-Detroit Tribune.All s q, ,,, Only a few minutes'rr mint began to form over it, which
n.nl >
7 + assumed the distinct form
walk from gradually
"i11 wx A Hallway ta-
Over 'i G a D r lions and bteamlKiat landIng and feature of the lady The hut I recollett FLORIDA BOAT WORKSMelbourne

;Are you a ball crank, Mia Beekin- saes ,, tan s *, was a chick striking 8. When I
d ?" y On the bank of the recovered consciousness, the following ,

"'1 was afflicted with a mild attack of ar-famed Indian Klver morning at 8 o'clock, awakened by a Indian River Florida.
-
,neromania last errant knocking at the door, I wa inbed ,
summer, answered "mon: : I J .. W M11 .A.GEJ.\JENT.
, 8 Bofcton : in my room at the hotel w rf
maiden "but this year Iate
> taken but little interest" In- "Except for a dizzy feeling and tired, : :
-
l&I1apolia Journal languid phyiiical condition no ill effect CQ<=> : ;

I u. w. th. U.h_ Followed the 17 boon' suspension of
--- lit..., CM Vall Iie"- my ==
Some of the Washington belles who reasoning far-nines. I inquired of the II
After Tbom. The growth of the street car mail service = C 5 -3
went to Mn. Lamotit's for an afternoontea door porter the time of my return to the
in this country has been rapid. There
f had an interesting adventure. Oue hotel the evening before, and lie stated ( =:;
are now more than 60 line In successful I -
of the ladies into hall I few 3g >-
operation. In Brooklyn and Boston looking the aw a that I came in a private carriage

there are regular mail can, and Phila. man whom she described a* "the hand minute after midnight. For several ::::

delphia and Chicago will soon follow somest foreigner she had ever seen. i I, days I attempted to )locate the house cd = t
i fitted All the other girl took a look at him, without success. "Washington Pout OQ
suit In Boston the mail can are *3

.H up much after the fashion of the team and then for Mn. Lamont.friend thinking he was Th. 1111_,..u Canal. 5 'Cy elas ::=- c:::::
waiting some to come along
railway mail car. Piwtoffice clerk accompany C3oo"
and introduce him and yielding to the The facts about the Nicaragua canal
work of I
and the aort ST
each car,
solicitation of her lady guest Invited should be kept in tuiud. The total :
I tic and distributing ia carried on en =
tug him to come in. The man slowly touched length of the waterway betw,,g the tWit
i *"* C't':2
I route.-New York Tribune..5eh.t his hat and aid, "I beg your pardon. oceans i* 16d>, miles. Of this 31'',, c:..5::>> *53IJoutH .
en
a Hl slag It totme'tmt madam, but I sin waiting for Mn. mile i* to be cut off The oust is eat, I x: : w-.. fS1a

These are tome answers to eiamlna- --. lie wa. the comb man. T.bw.a.WlAIohl.ugtoD mated at ftt.UOO.OOO This i* about! o e.a -.
in twice the ookt of the drainage canal iu
bon questions given an eighth grade Letter I k
school not a thousand mile from Chi I which Chicago U iutmted. The near I
I Hosiery is changing in ftuhion. White Mit completed work iu the matter of xt ,
f caIrO: hauled out ami Ilojmirotl at the lo\v..t
esUblUhed in 1831 as a black remain. the standard there i* a and difficulty to the Nicaragua canal i*
drinking-Ah-b-hl colony"Liberia for aspirated wa uegroea. I decided call for fncy style* of all sort the Welburf canal in Canada", which i. !lwtiit. +. 1'roinpt attention given to oKHtunutuH .....

ooc.14rink Toner of water dos a man good "Nine-tendu of all the plant not I Some extremely handsome sample infancies not considered by any mean* a remarks given on all kimlH of boatn.

/ ,,ann day. found in any other part of the world are shown, and the indication ble piece of engineering work. If the Agents for the'Celebrated

f"* .a Wife-Ytw In Auitralia. are that costume will be matched ia Illinois canal and the Nicaragua) canal
found
but I'm i are
coder was 10 roily. The children ony "Salem Witchcraft was neither a *ol. all shade from tUck to white -New are completed, a vessel can go from Cb WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida:

1114 lgsi W U the well Cooling them- eliu nor a .sailor lot be dUoorered York Ledger ago to Japan without making the cif

-TnUa. I eome cities "Great Diid --. evil of the evth.-KAUSM City Star A.. T. 3IOSE.? .









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i( ;,u3 i '8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 5, 1895. '



.\Jrnln..t Itoiutlng': possible how much additional burden In Highest of all in Leavening Powjr.-Latest U.S.GoT ReportBaking I BOBBINS &
THE GRAHAM CQ
the way of taxation! will be imposed Incase

p (1ouolANA an Issue of )bond may be made and
June SO 1803.i t
i that*ald committee are hereby requestedto Or&6tl

i IN.t", tlNJf't : prepare and make a* definite a re- Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.

We who oppose the road project are all port as possible at the regular meetingof

1 in favor of Rood mall but oppose It on the Board In August. The chair appointed rSMrM LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE

account of the Issue of bonds connectedwith the following* said committee: Powder

It. The amount of bond I I. now, 1 F. T. Budge, K. I). Hoke and J. Mendel. vzs&sa We have for sale a large list of

3 Jievc, *;2 l,0)0.) They may possibly Resolved, that C. T. McCarty be and carefully

t well at par If they bear 0 per cent Inter. Is hereby requested to Interview the _ARSOMJTELY_ PUREWho selected Indian River Properties

4r{ 1 That would<
cit; .WO,000: In 30 year.to fill the pockets on behalf of this board, to solicit the Iff For the Atlanta Exi' ltlon. Li1lf
Stanley, Canal and Transportation (Jo.CAN'AL
gl j of the capitalists, and tile principal to best possible terms for transportation of .

besides. If corns of the bonds, Prof. W. A. Sharp, of the StetsoUniversity JLAIVriDS.Florida
t I day say shell for proposed road, and report at The oelebrated African.explorer, di.. .
1100,000, run 10 yeai we would pay on the next regular meeting of the board, Is busily engaged taking sere Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa: Key West Railway I
t of the of not
ooverer Livingstone '
succourer Indian River Loan lDJ
: ,this of the Issue ( ( Interest eral sketches of the Lands. Disston and Investment r0
: j f part $10(1,000 In order that the amount of this Impor Emln Pasha and the founder of the Congo : pretty sceneryaround Combed other Low Priced Lands.jvtonoy .
and principal combined of which we Coronado and New Smyrna,
tant Item of be ascertained
expense may Free State It ha
now transpire to Loan -2V.1. ,
S would have the benefit of $100,000 only; a* nearly as possible. which, we understand, he will exhibitat ; wfvyjg on I34xltzd
3 that Henry M. Stanley I II a Britlshe, A' Ten pr cent, in turn to lui'J.
: the rent would to the lender I the Atlanta He I II an
Exposition.
II go money In the petition of a public road
re.
aed his real name I. Howell Jones the Write for Descriptive Price,List of Carefully Selected Properties
j and their agent Then the other bondi from J. Q. Stewart's line, north along son of Joshua Jones, a printer and bookbinder artist of some note, and made a very

'f' 3 .at the end of the time would amount to the river bank to Barton avenue In said and was born at Ysgar, In the creditable display of drawings at the Titusville. Florida.
a. $280,000 Interest and principal $180,0(10( Woild's Fair.
l ; county, this Board-having been advised
southwest of the British Island, on NOT.
:' .to pay beside the $100,000 we had used. by counsel that It I la necesary to 16tb 1840 and christened Kenart

"!' : Then the county treasurer must have publish notice against the nonresidentowners church, by ,the late Rev, Augustus at Brig "False!I"A n.rol Climax. ? eChaffee & Co. :
,
the a H
Jill: percentage for handling moneyI
whose lands
are to be affectedby
stocks The reason Mr. Jones give for A* the word tell upon her ear the
am told 10 per cent Is bill fee, but the opening of said road of its intento ,
'. adopting the name of Stanley was out of young woman raised her head and torn
:I .r this must be a mistake. The assessor order said road opened, and being respect for an old aunt of that name ed a pair of flashing eye upon the man

,.. : and collector will have their percentage advised that the notice heretofore published who was a worthy and respected resident<< upon whose breast her head had just ..} THE CORNER DRUG STOKE I

,I' and It will all take away from the $:JOO,. by- the board. dated Sept.- 3rd.. of Cardigan, where several of the Stan been_re ting. ,

; : 1)00 working fnnd. I remember a cane In 1891: I I. Insufficient; therefore, It Is ordered ley family are at present residing Indignantly she starter to deny the
Minnesota where the treasurer of the accusation, but he would not listen.
I that further notice as required by TITUSVILLE -
I i Mr. Stanley-who was defeated in the "False and"- FLORIDA.
,
made fortune from hand. ,
quite a
I county law be now given by the clerk of this
last election for members of
Iv parliament She saw that he knew all, and looked
ling bond for a week or two, all
money board and said notice be
published -will again come out and endeavor to at him appealingly, but be continued:
t legally hU, but It was a case lobbing against said non-resident land We try to keep a full stock of
owners secure a seat lu the House of Common "Any attempted explanation would .
i -I'; the public, Just the same We object to for thirty days In the Florida Star, a at the next election. be nsele.a" Pure... Fresh- -.. Drugs of-- Best Qua!

,f paying this Immense amount of money newspaper published at Titusville In Rising silently, she took from his outstretched Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very important mattel

'::1 i ,: I to fatten money sharks; rather let there said county; and further, that a copy of I'lncapplt Sucker hand the bang that by this Toilet Articles Wall EtcEtc

:I lie levied direct road tax of the same said notice be mailed to each and every time he had disengaged from the buttonof Stationery, Cigars, Paper, ,

t, 'l amount, necessary to carry and pay the non-resident land owner whose lands are his vest and left the room to rearrange We Business In Methods. --
For sale; prices reasonable. AddicssALFHHI it, while he adjusted his necL..tieInd ran onr "Up-to-Date" -
bonds. rent will then be ,
Neatly
: every to bo affected as aforesaid. Passed ;
C'ox
: awaited her return. Boston T" Special attention to mall ordeis. We will and fill <
actually expended<< on the road, and It'I fla. patiently ::; try your want nm*':u)
&1 July 3rd. Eden Post just| as well as If you called In person. All orders for goods In stock shipped *
another freeze comes we can, If necessary, The chairman of the Board being taken lay they are received. We want your trade.

lift the tax for a year. Hut' the bonds sick, J. Mendel was elected temporary Tor Sale. Genuine Harpiln In ICenlINtnto.

'ail i; once sold, we will have to stagger along chairman. -.

j 'I all best we can. Let every honest man On motion it was ordered that the Ten thousand pineapple plants. Apply : Read Read! Real! !

t'I .ote against )bond and demand a direct Board stand adjourned until Monday, to W. J. Dim: N'o 1. Twelve acres of hammock ,

: i road tax of any reasonable amount July 8th. 22-4 Potsdam Fla. land at Sharpes prwtoffice; about 300 fee'ront
i i ; I' A. 15. CAUTt.li. on Indian I'.iver, and runs back to WJJITE TO THE
I has It house of six
a
Pineapple Plants For Sale. county road; upon
Married. almost new cost of house $1,000{J( ;
I rooms, ;_
II! f j' II COUXTCI.IISSIOXI: :HS.Ii A barn stable outbuildings, etc. ms a L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO
MclntolhJackllonIarrled at Cliftonon limited number of Smooth Cayenne,, grove[ of 500 large bearing trees in tine
Abakka, Golden Queens and Envilli I condition before the freeze and will soon
I I 'JXbe: Cummlssloncis met this July 4th, Thomas II. McIntosh of :
r' County City pineapple plants at reasonable rates recover and bear good crop. Remainder
:-1 lit I Alie'Ut day of July, 180": present: W. Jacksonville, and Mary E., eldest daughter J. & F. M. TvLKit, of land cleared, and is of best quality for Jraoh
',; t U. Sharpe, chairman; J. Houston, J. of Andrew Jackson, a highly rev 10 tf Fort Pierce Pinery. vegetable farm. This,! property was helclint If you are in need of any Fertilizer or Fertilizer Material and obtain their

{ : : Mendel, U. 1) Hoke, F. T. Budge pected and well-to-do colored citizen of at $0.000;! ( one year ago: will sell today Special Low Prices for cash with order.
I
r ( cash and *:?,,20( (
for 3,800 $1,00
I Pineapple>> Slips and Suckers. ;
I ,The minutes of last thillocality. Father '
meeting of the O'Boyle came from may remain on mortgage. This Is a Don't Miss -

,i Hoard were read and confirmed. Titusville and united the happy coupleIn Write for prices on s. 1. Cayenne most desirable place for a home good This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to, the

, i rcrmlsffion was granted to the follow. wedlock. Among the prominent people Abbaka Jamaica Ulploy: and Queen slips location, clone to postoffice, school, Manufacturer.
I
4 ."u', log person to carry repeating rifles: E.: present were Mr. and Mr. Henry and suckers to I church etc., and In a nice neighborhood.The Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla..
bare land alone Is almost worth the
k C. Summcrlln:- and R. (I. Hardeo Walton Miss Jackson and Mr. J. J. E. C. B. TVS DA LI., asked. Hear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between MUD the
Waveland, Fie price Laura Streets Send for Pocket Memoranda BookGroceries .
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Flannory. KIP"
,, No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof
Hoard that ------ --
ft the viewers appointed at the
artesian well large -
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers eight rooms portion
June meeting of the Hoard to view and A Narrow Kxcape.Ou cleared etc.; adjoins hotel property EZd BRAY:: ::
lay out a road running from Fort Drum For Sale. at Sarno near Eau Oallie. The land ,

I to !St. JSebastaln) refuse to act, they have Saturday night last alone is worth more than price we quote
an explosion "Egyptian Queen" and "A bbakas."' 2250. The owner refused $3,000: a year Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer rl I
1 4, appointed Jas. Herlndon U. B.
Spratt of gasoline occurred on board the Apply to MAUIMKK & MATTHAMH, ago. lIe must sell without delay and ,
and :8. Hitching to view and lay out schooner Pearl at Lemon has authorized us to take f2.20: ; *,,1.20rallb. : ,
y City, Biscayne The Palm Beach Pinery, I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of BS
i above mentioned road. Bay when Capt. Ouy Bradley and Edward West Palm Beach Fla. balance may remain on mortgage. -

t 1 TTli fcond of E. P. Hranch for notary Ingalls, a passenger, were seriously No. 3. One hundred and thirty-six tuple *Sc :U'jiiiey Cri-occricM, fruit

pnblio having been examined and found burned George Adams wa also burned. For Sale. and 83-100 acres of land at New Kiver.'hreequarters And Food ProductsOf

l'', '. correct was approved by the Hoard. Bradley and Ingalls are said to be lying escription' as follows of a mile: Lots water 3, 4 front.and All Kinds Also My Stock of

The report of County Judge for 11- In a dangerous condition at Mr. D. M. Abbaka pineapple suckers yellow Cat- 8 of section 13, township CO, south of Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal,
. 1 "'*nses Issued during the month of June, Conolly's hotel at Lemon City. ley guavas, and pedigree Noonan strawberry range( 42 east. Price 1,000 for the ,
,having been presented, was examined plants. W rite for prices to whole tract, or less than $7.:>0 per acre; Ground Food and Wheat.I .
JAS MOTT, or we will take $10 per acre In forty am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above Unto!
and AI'VI'O\'oll by the Iiotrd.i !. Presented to the "..\Ih ocn te'" Orlando Nursery, acre tracts. We believe a purchaser Goods I buy close, and will sell close I Invite your correspondence and elicit

I The report of the clerk of the court Orlando, Fla. can sell this land and double his you patronage Very truly
::1 ,\ t'' for the fine and foifeituio fund for the A fine watercolor drawing of Coronado money as soon as steamers begin 33. L. I3R11DYe
4 hotel and teach framed to run through the canal next
month of May hating been examined beautifully ,
FOR SALE. We this land ourselves -
ecember. own
and found correct was approved by the was presented to the AmocATK this
i but need money to develop other
Hoai.l. week, and now adorns the walls of our hence offer It at
PINEAPPLE SUCKERS nterprises, a price DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
it The spin I t of the county treasurer for editorial ofllco. The drawing was exe- *dH which will\ insure early sale. Buy this .

the quarter ending Juno 00, 1805, having cuted by Pi'of. Sharp, of the Stetson land and double your money.

fJ, been examined and found correct, was University. We have also received a . AND SLIPS No. 4. The north three-foilrths of

.: ((1 accepted by the Hoard.! framed picture of three negroe boys, southeast quarter of section 7, and of Co'J
j" &
OF
if It was ordered that U. D. Hoke and entitled. "Tickled to Death," sent by Egyptian Queens. lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south. ALL KINDS Francis H Leggett
150:
;
I Red of f range 41 east containing acres.This
} .J. Houston be appointed A committee to Mr. B. W. Wrenn passenger tratHo manager Spanish.Pernambocos. tract has a large frontage on theSt.

;\ destroy the variants tuiiied over by the of the Plant System. Lucie River, two mile from the railroad Fine Grroceries.

tf" county treasurer as per fcchedule. The White Antlqnas. crossing. Price .1:> per acre.
.
#.') Minmltteo having rel)>oited to have destroyed Indian River Lands for Sale Finest and Best Suckers and Slips on No. b. Lot 4 of section 32, township Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all kind
i ) the warrant tinned over by the Lake Worth. Prompt and quick deliv 37. south range 41 east, containing 77 ,
80 the Banana cres. This tract has a quarter of amile
acres Write
on river near cry. me for prices
the
I asked to lie discharged
; county treasurer
) Canaveral 1'. O. 40 Narrows front on the St. Lucie River at CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE.jy .
; acres near K. 11. .FAIIKIV M'..t Palm Beach (lit. -
which was accordingly done. I'. O. ; 40 acre at Sebastian on the ridgeand Stuart Station. Price $33 per acre.
1 On motion It ordered Agent for William &: Clark Fertilizer Co. Your order ollcited
was that It. U.Burchtlel near the railway part cleared; 40 No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres,
i: county b be and he l Is acres on the ridge at \Voodley the railway PINEAPPLE at E
: surveyor SLIPS frontingon Biscayne i Bay, wan ton Very Truly, XU.ron. 'onstor.L .
(It ..... ; C3 I
pawing through It 3 acres at Sebastian
; I south of Cocoanut
hereby employed to survey the new proposed eights, one mile .. ...
liver front hammock land near Grove Price $3,000. This price
i county road from the north bounUary Sebastian railroad and may .;. :aVNN. ..... Tr..*
I depot, splendid : AND SUCKERS seem high but if you will try to buy any PrMt. s. O. VANLANDINOHAM 8 *
lino to the south boundary line of building I Kite.
In
land Bay good e
fronting on Biscayne
:'}! t! Ii the county, and that he so mark out the 1U.NUV Brxsov, location, you will get your eye opened PHOENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.,

; t same as that It may be hereafter followed 181 f Sebastian, Fla. FOR SALE a. to price asked in that section. This
1'1
V/ f and that he furnish an accurate cs- tract Is the only desirable parcel we TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
j I' For Sole have left fronting on Bistcayne Bay. Incorporated October, 1804-8ucc.uor to R. R.oeon Co.
% all of the of the Of the
mate cost proponed shell Following
:> will
The price asked $ .OIJO. yield us a Lath. Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
:road by data a* to average thickness of fair profit and we are satisfied that
t' hell, cost of grubbing, clearing, bridging Strictly Hrst-cl.iHs bud wood of the Egyptian Queen nothing similar can be had at a much Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatcb
TarditT orange.! Smooth Cayenne higher price. This tract will no doubtbe lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and cover and cypress tanks of all size*
/ etc., etc., and that he be allotted ,
Ci KI'8 AV. BrxTLtu, VARIETIES sold within a few weeks. made as called for. All Kinds Of! lOttMlng Turned and Scroll Wotf >
i the sum of to per day for the time actually 2''<4 St. Petersburg, VIA: : Golden Queen ,
t taken and the actual cost of such Enville City. No. 7. An improved place of 7 acre Specialty. One of our firm U a contractor and builder of many year*' experience

additional labor a* may be In Sloop>> For Sale close to the depot and post often at Mal- that we are prepared to make estimate and take contract for the constructs
I, such service.It necessary I abar. Large house with upper and lower and building of all kind of private and public edifices on reasonable terms *,\:i1Dthe '
veranda, costing 100000. 7 rooms; in most satisfactory manner. Call and elsewhere
p For sale iaOrders now taken. All first- see us before purchasing
was also ordered that Capt R. A. sloop Irene 40ftxl3ft; air repair beautiful river front, lawn,
llardee be, and I* hereby employed and tonnage. 18 27-100' ; in rut-clans condi class plants, and early delivery. Applyto etc. Most all the land U cleared; 100 Correspondence and Patronage Solicited_
tion. New sail headroom
In cabin. -
; ="
large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.hU
authorized to accompany said county Best party or trade boat of her size on G. C. MATTHAMS, w ill make a nice home for anybody. RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG.NaUrr .

urveyor to secure a gratultlou right- the river. I'rlct'100.00.. Apply to Florida Pineapple Co., Goad; neighborhood. Price only$1250.00.: Insurance*"
I of-way for said proponed road, and that K. C. II. Tyndall Waveband, or Capt. J'\Ibllc.t
Peter\elson, Titusville, "'1.-, where she West Palm Beach, Fla. "NOTE::-The above description will
he be allowed the sum of *3 per day for may be seta *tf enable customer to locate the several

4 t I I I the time actually taken In such sen Ice. ----- -- properties very closely by examining Florida Real Estate Exchange

And U wa*further ordered that each one of the J., St. A. Jk I. K. Ry com ,
I of the commissioner of this Hoard as Orange Lemon and Grapefruit + I 1s pany' railroad map, but we will be
pleased to send special map on a large iy Write
for
t such commissioner, also attend the us descriptive price list.
STANDARD VAHIKTir.S.: scale on application to partie who!
k? county surveyor through their respective Buds and Scions For Sale. mean business and Intend to buy if they POSTOFFICE BOX I6O. -
X3 I districts to aid In fixing the route of the TA can find such a bargain a* they want.
I km > l to furnUh ImiU, MELBOURNE Brevard Co. FLA.
| n.1.| n< ere Onnn
iroad and securing: right-of-way, and that and I.ewwt, at *1 |n>r WO f.r| l.niu, Not I w. JACKS ONVILLE Rouuisa GBUIAM Co., _
Irt'be paid $4 per day for the actual' than 600 of any one sort"I tluxutnil rat. ,, tlniw-- Titusville Fla. -- -- -
fruit, >, buds, SJ per list, SIC|*r Lout, t/runge, ,
,' 1. time taken in this l4.'nlce. I.MUI>:anil Uraiwfrull I xloui, (UrtulDl: crafts)
Wiwrliw.fioiwr l.":w. >o dlo.miu ,* Urmorifer -- -- --- --- Lumber and House Materials >
Resolved, That a committee of three fork *. All buds and .'I sees Building

I be appointed to consider the question of IMMI gourd: paid order.I to Hare: bocl nuranUMi tern csiwrlcm to reeeh*.you thor la A FULL LINE OF -- ,

time, rate of Interest and manner of pAyment urU.utiChly. nnilentaail T.rm.: Cash detail..tlk. Order Katufiu.Send lion a on> < Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement, Nails anBuilders'

of principal and Interest of proposed your owls" for future delivery,se I may boo |>r.- ,
road bonds, and to ascertain a* 1..INd. to nil.UN.... Just a h.u .."01.... Sl your OPTICAL GOODS at
b.ud and M Ion* trout reliable aourcc. Hardware
r near a* practicable what levy of taxes per I Address: C. a. BURGESS.UIen.i.U .

annum will be required to provide for >. Calif. .1wY'TIIo.Y'r BROS. ,
Sized Specialty
Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber
Interest on laid bond and for Florida Rffcicnr: 0. II Norton, O. I>>>. nit- a
a linking
furl P. H rXuti. I'U. THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE FLA. I
fund to meet the principal of said bond Otitforutalteferese; (trans(iraw ra Hank, Q, F. PADDISON -
I? T t:.. Aa.>... T. M.. M. 1\. \'.. fleet, \\'*M Varitu
+ .so that the elector may know M near a* L:_|"r.w sisal. Hlt.r.Me, lt.,. Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing. < < TlTl'SVILLE FLA., and EAU OALLIl, H! I




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