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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 12, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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rol. 10. No. 23. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDA.Y, JULY 1 Q 1895. Price, 5c.

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NEWS Head This Column Carefully. Minn Lena Norwood left here Off The F. C. .. I*. Train.
LOCAL -Mr. W. J. Ragan, of Banyan, wa In Tuesday to ItNrajne lIIy.Vlcep..fe1lt ;;

for De Funlak, where she has
town gone
nd Topics of General Interest. Wednesday.Mr. The train over the P. C. A P. ami the
THE EA..... Cumu\o to attend school for a while.Mr. J. U. Parrott, fen'l.
: SmIlE which heretofore left
In the A. !. Baker, of Jacksonville, Southern Railway,

and General Gossip In connection ADVOCATP block, TitusIlle, are tile was In town a short while Wednesdayand O. H. Vonn left here this mornIng Passenger Agrnt Joseph RUoardoon{ Jacksonville at 0:40 j>. m., will, until

with tlcty Blwmjrne Bar Luke Worth Indian, leading clothiers on the East Coast of Thursday, Enterprise, ami will return with Supt. R. T. Ooff and Road Master Carter farther notice, be held. until fl0, In or-.
Florida. Give them a trial. ilrr to make IftlH't'tlen with all tile
llanane and Halllal: Rivers, Key Went bin horse, whit will be needed at the l>nssod throitffb here, Tuesday, en route
-Miss Ethel Rumph, who has beenon evening train from the southern part of
and aU other Important Points along the hotel. to lllscajne It.iy.Summer .
[ : Ea.t C..t 01 FlorId Brief mention 01lote..UnK WHEKK to stop. See list of hotels on a visit to friends at Orl.mdoreturned: ----- the state over the Vlaglrr Railway; : J.T.A .
K. W. and F. C. A V.
Ry.
Events from Venous Lena our 7th page. home on Wednesday.Dr. : -The writer, Mr. C. A. Sardner, Railway
Kxeurwloii Hate
REA .1 Ihe World I About People You Know wishes to thank those, who, by the use
C. P. Platte of [ has
Michigan
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) nd People You Don't Know Picked TilE Eagle Clothing More Is still giving I of their buckets, ladders, hose and own The llriiHh ami Kihrp Tavtorles.Both .
Editor. 20 located In Melbourne, and w HI respond) Rendor attrntson drawn to the
lip '"y Our Society per cent discount on all cash pur efforts contributed your
personal largelytoward
so ); of these TUnsvillf vtnrlc have
chases. tensile from all points on India. River. I new minor rates on the Flngler R.til-
saving the house lu the lire of been In full wnrklug oidrr thin wick,
Advertising Is a tonic, -Take note of the failing FcrtllircrCo. way, whirh! will\ l I.i< found on the (Ulipngo and AlivtwATE
Sunday moinlng. a cursory glance by an
1lItdo Which, taken all the year, A Fill line of Mnnyon's Homa-pathlc .'* ad. on our Mh page. 1\1RI1 account of thin Issue. This In a lino opportunity reporter through the brush factory

t tree all cases, even chronic, Remedies atCIIAFFEC the above firm Is doing a large -- ----- to get to the seaside at a smallexpense. ; ..1"11',11' there wet nine bamln busilyrngngrit

Of trade depression drear. : ('0.. Druggists business.Mr. U. S. Land Office Itiiolnevt. ': making lirnshe Tlirse are

Titusville, Fit. the klixl of thing that help buklil up tuir

W. S. Pinkham, the well known town and I hop Messrs. riltciiard.
we ,
JOB PRINTING at this office.r' It Is stated that business In the United
;::T'
l!< iiall/aloii ('I' Taxex. Ollter A Budge the piictirs, willnWl.t
of ,
D.n blanks yachtsman St. Augustine, In anxious | |
lOc. each; $cL per 100, at States I.an.1 Olhce nt Oalnes\llle, for the
be had atr
The ADVOCATE with the deserve.
: may the ADVOCATE ofhce. to race the Chemaun against the Sweetheart month of June wan not beaty. Homestead nmrrvs they
screven's drug store and Mrs. Emma
: of Jacksonville for $500.Mr. entries were nm.clpon! 4\: : $.tI: The County Commissioners h. vo --
stand 5c.
,itun news per copy.
1'ITUH\"IIU l\UTIUUCH.U-:
FOB first claws shoemaking and rcpxiring acres of laud, and final proof was made: been sitting all this week a* a Bimid ofniualizatlon

-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three call on J. A. Daughtery, at Mr. Nolle' Henry Egger was confined to upon D,jOj,DJauen.Opening ; on tax matter No other ICAI. SU3DIAUl'UIt

week included when old stand Titusvillc Fla. the house several days the first of the ,,
nts per postage .
lI\1alnl'IIlIl.f Importance) bad IN'I'Itrllns. .iusi:, Hm,,. :
,.ken by the year. week, owing to a severe sprain) to his of the Jnpltcr Ke,,eratlon. -
acted up to last evening, and I the clerk
Mr Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, has Go TO the Eagle Clothing Store for bargains ankle by slipping) off a ladder.Mr. The menu tempvrntitie for Jun was
i.vl to make for tlie. local
few In town. In clothing, men's furnishings, no report 74.4, whuh In one digrte al>o\e the ivver-
'een upending: a days and Mrs. E. W. Dirkson and
men's shoes, etc. You get 20 per cent papem. ego, and three drgioon higher tliau the
See change of time table: -Flagleruilway discount on all cash purchases. little daughter Edwina: after spending A very Important older linn }".'n received ___ H_ ___ s4Uiio month last )var.
Giinenvllle fiom the General
at
: on 7th page of this Issue. several weeks nt Facet ille, Ga., have left United States: Land Olhrc. '1'he, older lion "Ailiwiito ** ClrrulatoN. Highest teiiiprratuio: II:", on tilt' 21th ;

R. Sandeis of HAIR CUTTIN-O, shaving and shampooing for Evergreen: Ala., where the ADVOCATE throws open to settlement the Jupiter lowest, III, on the 10th.
Representative ,
I done In first-class ntjle, at Charles Follows them.Capt. reservation In D.ulu: county, hick comprise Perseverance Fibre! Co., IJniltvd, New Highest and luwrtit temperature
) 'mutt nay, was in town Monday and Bracco's tonsorl.il parlor, next door to previously recoided, M, in lutE); and till
of land.
Orleans La. Messrs Graham Walton
I a great many ucrcs : it ,
nesday.Dr Capt. Fischer's bakery, Titusvillo. Herman Fischer III now on lu. INM
hoard the steamer Margaret at New TltiiHvilltt" n" : Gentlemrn, enclosed ] Mean temperature wan bO and alioroon

Campbell, of Leraon City, has WE now have money to loan in sums to Haven, Conn. ('apt. Fischer was one of Death of "lr. Crahh. Hint p. o. money order for payment In 17 days, and I maximum wan KV and

tit tone to Chicago to take a course of lee- of little S.IMIVO on :24 il.ijs,
suit an approved real estate security the full for 101)) copies your neat !
commander of the Indian
popular Mean for thin moiitli f >ri
Hires during the remainder of the sumcr bend In your applications. Robblns: Sir J. II. Crabb, biother of :Messrs. J. pink[ paper.) Please forward this lot as t"I1II.'atllre
River Steamboat Co. i\I 711.1Totl1 \.
Graham Co. I). and C. W. Crabb, of this place, who follows: W. H. Pnrmenter, l'hanters'hotel yearn rainfall wan 8.40 Indies which I III
Mr. Franklin Sheen the last winter In Titusvillo died at
junior ,
spent
-The law office building of Judge M. St. Louis, Mo., f>0 copies) ; A. II. nliout half nn Im'h alwive the average,
DUHCT 20 per cent and jou pet tha member of the firm of Livingston Jasper, last !Saturday moinlng, July (I. anil four Ini lit'S moie I limit fell during
S Jones, on Main street, has been removed cheapest, and best suit ever worn for lie was about 20 yeai of ago, and his Culling, Fnterpilse< Miss., collIes; S.
:'heen1'11 known real estate dealers at llio same month last yeni
to a position near the Court the money. death Udeploied by his many friends. II. Allison, New Orleans, Lu., 40( copies.Yours ) The inlnfall wan badly distributed this
West Palm Beach last In
TUB EAOLE CLOTHING STORK.XAPHTHA spent Friday Mr. J. D. Crabb left here, on Satuiday'snoon very truly, t town his to Orlando. train. for the above retimi
ouseMrs. on way place,
there weie only three spilukli's of rain,
S. II. Happersett and family, lug Wednesday.The .
LAl'JidiFS. A. T. Rose Melbourne -The Misses Clara and Gertrude' with a total of loss than tenth of nu
who have been visiting Mrs. Happersett1 |>ro\i>inentH at Lake Worth.
Inch. 'I lime ruins tlie
were heavy on
Indian River will build
any Bravo of St. who have been
parents in Orlando, returned home yesterday -- kind of steam or naphtha launch, sail Augustine, Fourth at Went Palm lie'acli I Permission hat been granted: to Mr. 17th and 18th, amounting to 1.77 Inches.
afternoon. ro'v' boat on a lengthened visit to Mrs. 1S.. The jI'clltl'1.lOl'tlon of tho rain fell from
or to order. Wiite him for
estimates.MOXKY. Jones, at Sunbeam, have returned home, Henry M. Flagler to bridge Lake Worth, the :Vitltli to tile :tIlth) t lie total amount
Assistant Pass. Agent J. D. Rahner, Independence Day at West Palm Heat between Pulm Beach and Went I'alm
for thin period being 51.101 t )tnchen. Thvte
well with Titusville and Its
I pleased surroundings. -
of the Flagler Railway, has been in passed oil very successfully, and large Beach, and It I III expected: that the work were four days on which the rainfall wan

Atlanta this week, making: rates for the We want money to loan on first crowds attended the sports' consisting ofa of construction will lie pushed forward moie than one Inch, and an unusually

real estate mortgages. Ten per cent -Attorney C. C. Chlllingworth, of potato race, hoy* and other races, so that passengers, baggage and freight heavy full on the 2Xth, when fill) I IK'hen
ommg exposition.Mr. free of all to lender. Gaulden three-legged race, high kick and jumps, carilod the lake
Litti expenses maybe accross next fell In oiid hour and twenty-Hurt nrln11 -
West Palm Beach In
G. G. Springer, the well known & Sanders, Titusville and Went Palm was town Tuesday shoe contest barrel race; yacht, rowing, fall, without the necessity uf transferring, .
Bench Florida. and Wednesday, In consultation with his tub, RWlmniing, whoelbariow, horse the Tlme Union. The .
'icr manufacturer, of St. Augustine, who nays specification Total number of rainy dayn, 10; greatest :
also display
partners-Robbins & Graham-upon races, etc. There wan a giand call for a piling structure uf wood, and least rainfall for tills month
has been time his West of fireworks H" ,. Mr.
spending some at spcoclu- by
business connected with the Dade with a clear spare) of right feet from since station wan established, 11.112: In
Palm Beach Ice factory, has returned \VIIKX you visit Jacksonville, stop at Jaldwell and Mr. C. C. (Chlllingwoith, stringer to water, and I a fifty-fuut opening louts and 4.41) III 181)4.) Average rainfall
the Carleton hotel street. The firm.
Bay county and a danre. Music during the "ray was
the steel draw. he
borne for for thin month 7.0.1: Indies. 'I depmt-
electric car from the railway station -Divine service by Archdeacon B. F. supplied by Welter's band, from Jacksonville __ ___ n __ ___ ure from the normal rainfall since JIll!.
0llc -Attention I. II. will land you at the Carleton door in and on the whole
I orange growers. ; everyone
1st () the :iioth. On tho
Brown at St. Gabriel' Episcopal churchon wan exactly on
about six minutes.To ltoT.. C. IlajlliN Admitted. to
: anmack spent an enjoyable day.
selling
Whittier California Is
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same date last year thvt w nn u d.tldl'l"'Y
Sunday next, the 14th Inst., at 11 a.
orange and lemon budwood and the lrleMthoo. of I U.M Inehcli.

trees. Read his ad. on our 8th of LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE -, in. and 7-50:: p. m. Holy Communion Mr. H. II. Pock, of the IMa/n: '1 lie.ro were 17 clear days, 1.:) pnitlyrlourltxl

page 'I block, Titusvillo. Excellent location will be administered at the rooming and nodoiidy days. Average,:
this issue. lloikletlge Jouh'rtllhlll.Quilt. Anhdoacon B. F. Brown left here,
,
Possession may be had at service. cloudiness on a sculo of 0 to 10, 3.:
lust for Orlando
moinlng ,
-Mr Chas. W. Brownrlgg, of Or- once. Apply to Robbins &: Grahamor Monday i : lotal wind movement 7701 11I11"1, oran
where he went to attend 1 the examination -
-Mrs. A. Becker one of our valued number of
C. H. Walton ADVOCATE office > a large gentlemenconnected movement of 11 miles
avmage per
lando, lain town to-day, on his way to : of the Rev. F. C. Hayliss for the
Titusville. Canadian subscribers, has been spending with the leading newspaper hour. Prevailing dinctlon tit:., or 2H:
Eau Gallic, to Inspect Messrs. Hodgson Cincinnati and hilly order of pilcstlioixl. He passed
two weeks or HO at Port Kent, N. Y. of Louisville, Indianapolis lila examination successfully YI'Ktorll.lYmornlnit per sent of the total directions observed.
Bros. sharpie-yacht, with a view to her were, a few day ago, entertained Highest velocity 44 mlli-s, from the XI'
and cannot affordto From there she leaves for the coast of and rnivle
purchase. TIMES ARE IIAKD you by l Mr. S. H. Peck, at IsIs fine summer was a priest. on the 2llth.

lose everything. Insure againstfire Maine.\ Mrs. Becker spends her winter liotel-the Arlington, Petoskey, Michi The Kev. F. C. Baylis ban been appointed There were ten tliunder storm during

rr, II. M. Reed, of South Jacksonville cyclones and accident with HALL at Rockledge. gan. Immediately on their arrival they by Bishop Gray to take charge the month.

is In town visiting Mr. Wm. M. *, WHIOHT, of Titusville, Fla., representing were met by Mr. Qualntance, the local: of the new Kplwotial\ chiiirh for Wtst J. K.: I.ANut'TTt; :, '
the Liverpool A: London & Palm liuath" at which point he
: -Attention Is drawn to the new ad. representative of the railway company, may Olmeiver.
Brown
We acknowledge a pleasantcall Globe, the Old Hartford and other and Peck of the hotel jiruach on Sunday.Hull .
of Mr. Geo. I. Russell, a well-known and Mr. Arlington ------
la from Mr. Reed, Miss Louise Jones leading companies. tf and conducted to that. popular hostlrey, .

and Miss Jennette Taddison, yesterday.Mrs. : prominent pineapple grower at Orlando, where they were speedily assigned quarter -! for the Flakier JCallxvit}.. Till: I.AU'SIt" .

Fla. Write him for one of his pamphlets and the dinner of

E. B. Wager and her two children -Col. D. L. Gaulden and Mr. E. L. giving valuable fact for growing the*Arlington'enjoyed season opening, which bid fair The Florida Central and Peninsular The, above aswilslevs'nt, whIch keen

left here Monday for Indian Springs, Brady left here yesterday afternoon, for pineapples. See ad. on 4th page of this to be a good one.I'etitioiis Railroad" dullvrrftd to the Jacksonville lookud forward to w. ltd no much pleasure,

Ga.. where they will probably remain Palm Beach.Mr. I Issue. St. Augustine and Indian River railroadifonilay and which hail to 1 be IH.tIN.III..I l on two
West
bout three month Mr. the Jtoad. ) : ten carloads nt rail for his
Wager accompanied Agalnit ouaslon In of this Incliv
constituent
S. W. Roberta, of West Palm -The Jasper New report that C. W. Kiscayne Bay extension of the hatterroul.
his wife and family as far as input weather, came off with gient trialon

latknonvllle. Beach, has gone on a six weeks' trip to Downing, of Hamilton county I II aboutto We understand vigorous opposition This which shipment have been make tnt stivrntwncarload the Wednesday night It wa given on

New York and Cleveland, O. He Is the come In possession of 20,000 acre of has developed against the shell\I road In line for*this work. over the ground of Mr. and :Mrs. Win. M.

-Mr Albert W. Robert, the well the third commissioner' dilltrict-Carct. Brown, for the benefit of !St. Gabriel'
manager of the Parkin estate. land on the St. Sebastian river In South Major louis McLaln\ the 'outrll/.tor
known real estate dealer of West Palm Sbarpe'*-and that petition have been Kplscopal: chinch, and wa a grand success -
land I II old road has made
Florida. The an Spanish for the large consignment -
Beach, who has been pending about a -Miss Lizzie Holmes, daughter of Mr. circulated and signed by a great majority of shovel, pick-axes and oilier both socially and financially. AnAI
Henry A. Holmes, of Fort Drum, a grant that formerly belonged to Down- of the people on both *lde* of the >VIM.'ATK representative arrived\ on the
month I tn New York through Implement* to W ent Palm Beach; while
passed Ing' father. river against the road. Tills I is all rightwe scene about eight o'clotk, and noted
and lady Is ban been
here charming Interesting young Mr. Dunham busily engaged
Monday afternoon his made fur
there entering
on way have no objection to opposition; wa no charge
I home visiting Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones at -Capt. Guy Bradley, who wa seriously III for some time past securing the right-of- the ground which brilliantly
looking remarkably well after his but, after all, It I easy to get name to at I I. were
Everything present conjecture
trip Sunbeam.Gen. burned In a fire on his 1 boat near ft petition for almost any purpose. way. .. lighted by electric light and Chinese
a* to now tar Mr. nagier win run
road lo writer lantern suspended on >sts, tree and
Howard editor and Lemon 01 w men appeared I still believe |
-Miss Chas. H. luy-a report IOUlredto f'e his train*-In fart many
Fannie Tuttle, one of Miami'sharming the name other prominent place, which-with theihieiilay
,' proprietor of Farm, Field &: Fireside, accompanied in the ADVOCATE-I* now at his home of that the railway will lie rrrU-l at'ross of flrewoiki the beautiful
cent ,
green
of seventy-live
young bell passed through fully per
Went which
fituiville afternoon her by Mr. Frank H. Hafer, of at Lantana. lIe I II much better, but I II the property Titusville In the course the much key doubt to Key we very foliage and variously-colored dresses of
yesterday on
Chicago, arrived In town Monday, and still In a weak condition. We hope to of an hour, asking for an election on the the many ladle and children present-
way home
to old Fort Dallas, on Bisayn and St Augustine next soon hear of his complete recovery. bond question, and did not persuade or gave (lie place a fairy-like appearance
Bay. In conversation with an left for Aurantia urge any one to sign We have admitted Firs. that we have never seen before at any

ADVOCATE: representative, Miss Tuttle day. -Tbe Seaside Inn, Sea Breeze, Fla, 'I.' all along that the Third district lawn party on tbe Fast Coast-not even

informed us that she had been on a lisweeb' -A London restaurant use an elec- on the beach, opposite Daytona, I II now would probably oppose the road, but About one o'clix on Hiiud.tr morning excepting St. Augustine.
there are four other districts, and the last cries of "Fire" and the blowing of Firework and balloon ascensions were
visit to Mrs. J. E. Ingraham, St. trically-heated plate to keep one' food open and ready to receive guest The tall should not be allowed to wag the whistle and ringing of bell denoted tha delight of the small boy and girl-

Augustine, where she had had a very en- warm. So long a* the current I II turnedon house ha been enlarged to twice its dog. that something unusual wa taking and w* may lay the older boy and girl

oyabl time. one can dine In a* leasurely a way .she original size, and Improved In every way.A place In town. An ADVOCATE reporter also enjo)t'd the pyrotechnic display

Mr. like There U no danger of receiving large dining room-30x40-beside* a 1 .t(>JlIIIOIi> of the I'lMgler HallWUJ. wa quickly the street, joining a big which Mr. Brown had thoughtfully pra-
Arthur S. Haigh, a popular crowd who were hurrying to the scene for the delectation of his guest

Yachtsman of Cocoanut Grove, BlscayneB a hock from touching the plate. number of Bleeping room have been '. of the conflagration, The fire occurredIn Eared: on the green w** another pastime

). well and favorably known at Day -Senator A. M. Williamson and wife, added, and everything ha been done to the empty house owned by Mr. Pierre I. which wa much enjoyed by thusa

tuna make people more comfortable. See The Citizen says It I III reported In Titus, who wa In Sanford at the time. who participated therein.
ma Inverness
"id other places along the Halifax who armed In town from their ad. on tbe 4th of this week' Jacksonville that Contractor Mcl.aln. Every effort was made to save It but I The night wa resplendent In its gluey.

Indian Rivers, writes us to send his Citrous county, on Monday, gave the page who haw done a great deal of railroad 1 without success, and the attention of and cool breeze, while the pale moon

AlIt IK 4T1t: to Huddersfleld, England, ADVOCATE a pleasant call on Tuesday Issue. Tbe house I II under the proprietorship building in (lila hate and Georgia, and Mayor Wilson and our citizen wa then I and the large number of colored electric

Where he U spending the summer. Mr. morning, and paid our office some very of Mr. H. F. Stewart who had charge of certain extension ol turned toward saving the residence of and Chinese lamp cast a gUroor light

n the East Coast Line, ha* been awardedthe Mr. A. C. Gardner and the house owned over the whole scene, which. wa really
'Sh recently purchased an Island off high compliment The senator and -Tbe Star, In its 'last issue, intimated contract to build the road from by Mr. L K. Decker. All worked with enchanting.

'Ion Bahama*, Mrs. Williamson said they had been Into that some of the name of alleged voter Palm Beach to Blscayne Bay. ft will until danger wa over-about :3SJQft. i There must bare been 300 on the

The little steamer Katie has been many newspaper office In the state, but we have received from Sebastian M la Nearly one mile of road bed couth of m.-and then retired homewards.Mr. grounds, and all those who needed

bartered a revelation to them. Senator favor of the road, were non-residents. Palm Death ha already been graded. Titus' house I II now a heap of refreshment were supplied with lea-
by Capt. W. J. Jarvis, of this wa This section I Is being don by ContractorF. ashes; but fro Gardner house escaped cream and cake, coffee and sandwiches,

.1 the Jacksonville, St Augustine and Williamson said be was an old newspaper W. can only ay we asked for postal M. Cabot It 1* stated that the road with a bad scorching. Luckily th* wind I"monadez etc., to regal the Inner man.

Indian River Railway, to run between man, and the next time be went card from voter If we have been Imposed south of this will not be graded until a wa from the west and blew tha flame Mr. and Mr*. Brown have the hearty

tah Worth and New River a distance Into that buslne be hoped to be able to upon, we are not aware of the free right-of-way ha been obtained. If toward the river; had It blown from the thank of our townspeople for their untiring
b. secured free of north south a, serious conflagration In making such a beautiful -
"' forty office like the ADVOCATE. fact R. A. Hardee sent us the sijnture the right-of-way can or very energy
mile.. In the freight"nd pawen- fix up an cot operation on the extension will would have been the result The display, with which everybody

t) eel business The Katie U now being They left here Tuesday afternoon for of twenty name on one postal! begin In the very near future, so a* to house wa fully Insured. This I II the seemed highly delighted. Let u* bwpw

'Iverhaui4 In Jacksonville and will West Palm Beach en route to Biscayne from Sebastian. We can only ay that : complete the work before next eaon. first fire wa have had In Tltuiviila In that thre may be such another fftt ere

*". for Palm Beach the last of the Bay, to attend to a land grant In that M far a* we know, all the name on salt Engineer* Lave nearly completed the about five year, and I supposed to have th. present year ha passed away, Th.

ek,-st Augustine Herald. ecttoo. card wert voter final survey. been the work of au Incendiary. net proceed ..something over IIVijl
















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ti l Z INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JULY 11. 1895.



i I Too Tired 10 :Smile ALASKA'S BIG'BEARS.' MANNERS PF THE GREAT Clyde Steamship Co:

Justinian inculcated politeness on every

0000 FISHERMEN, ROADMAKERS AND official of the empire.
Weak and 'Worn
Weary FIERCE FIGHTERS. Sydney said that the goal of polite- ,

DAM lay Deferring the happiness of
Dizziness, Impure Bloo Cued by other to your own. i
Hood' Whfc Hnton Wh Ban Met the OriatlyH

... .. Beethoven-was rude and gruff and
Hf of III Alaska Co l.-Th y
Many wtmk mid wom-ont women seemed to beiin a perpetual bad humor
De Met treat MM and Will
know just whet thi im-iinn., In totally Fight While with himself.and every one eke.

unlit 'Condition Mortal I r WoaadcA. Talleyrand owed his success in life,

fur work, they A traveler who recently returned from to no small extent, to the uniform courtesy

force tin-nine! Masks with which he treated
sayt "The Alaskan brown bear every one.
the TO STOP THE PROGRESS
thruiixh
dully
I f. a. huge, shaggy animal varying in Bnlwer-Lytton made a poor impression

''P,. almost routine! of too duties(din. length from 6 to 13 fret and weighing in society lie wan haughty and reserved of one Consumption guaranteed, you remedy will-find DoctorPierce's but New York Charleston and Florida tine
,
couragwl to from 800 to 1,600 pound I found him and seemed to take little interest
cvrnlook Golden Medical Discovery
i ? fur rtliof.nt to be an- expert fiaher, and daring the in anything he saw or heard. In advanced it brings comfort

.1 t s It it to bo almon season he frequents all the rlyr.rll Victor lingo was considerate of the and relief if cases, haven't: delayectoo The magnificent Steamships of this Line area]
.11\ found ia lood'a emptying into the Bering not' and the feeling of other Whenever it wa possible ; you
he always received long, it will certainly cure. Itdoesn't pointed to sail as follows :
1 } [ 8arnlarlll", north Pacific and their tributaries an far even strangers

I 't M lii'-h makes the an the fifth I'OAfter the salmon ran in who came to pay their respect claim too much. It won'tmake Calling at Charleston, S, C. Both Ways.

I I Lluo.II'ure. blllldn. over the animal retreat into the recesses Anbor, the composer, wa pleasant new lungs-nothing can ; but

i l r up tio ;nerve", of the hill, where berries and email enough to the people whom he allowedto it will make diseased one sound From New York, (ITAIIDARD TUIII.) Fromlark.nnvl0, F

i yar.W.a.emlth TllHlvW the weak game are plentiful Among other thing see him, but he wa about as hard to and healthy, when everything else ((1'lerl9: ER.I) STEAMER (h.rle.hmA1.w,'

': t'' NIIClt utroirjr And gives he dons besides fishing and occasionally obtain an audience with as the czar of has failed. Frlelav' inns 2e 2: at et 8.00 bin t m m.. ..CHEROKEE SEMIN'IK: ": .::.Thumday Snndav, .'111\ j, ;' "
chewing a banter he in a road- Russia. The scrofulous affection of the Tuee.Gy' July.. '
c i N cbwful njitrlt. lea,1 this: up great t'rhlav, II, at 8.IMI I' m ALfo\tJt'IX. Thnreday) I''
than, 1 maker for this part of Aliwka. Nor onlyare 1 Jean Sebastian Bach of the lungs that' caused Consumption, Tleeday s 3.00 ('HERnkEE ".Sunday' IFrtdav ,' ,' t
4 It I have offered more tongue can wa one :: 12: :: 800: r. :: ,SEMI\LE.; : Thurs. ay, I:
I tell from dlulnera and sever pain in my I II the bank of the stream trodden into most hospitable of men, so far as his like every other form of Scrofula, Tuesday{ 10 8 tst p ...... itOSCOIS... Sunday, n l .
:: : :: : "
good trail by thee huge Inmbering : : 3.00: AI.Oo'hQl'1N : Thumtlay. :;
hNd. I sSo felt so low spirited that I limited mean permitted. He wa never and every blood-taint and disorder, Friday, In p : .Snndnv, a.
/ 1 'I ; often said wished I v.as dead. A friend boasts, bat the iwampy plain are crotwed known to be out of temper and had a yields to the Discovery." It i i. Tuesday, :: 2 2a(: at at LO Leo: ) p p en..SEMIN.E.en.:: : ltttnIYaiS.: : Thumday:! ana vFrtday i

_ / naggeated! that I try Hood's Sarsaparilla.I in every direction bypath leading to kindly word and pleasant smile for ev the most effective blood-cleanser, TuPltfa 311, at 3.011 p m CHEROKEE ..,...Sunday ? '
t the hill The traveler will do well to
: t, I gave It a trial and was more than sarpriimd ery one. strength restorer, and flesh builder
follow them in the
to lee whet s great things came journeying across Prince Eugene, the comrade of Marl- known medical science. In all
to
I country, a* they invariably loud to the Charleston & Jacksonville |
Philadelphia Lint
over m* after I had taken the first battle.IfellbeUerrifhtaw boot toodlngp1act' along the stream and borough, wa his opposite in the matter Bronchial Throat and Lung Affections ,
I *?. ,I haws now taken of deportment lie cared little for the ,
I ; form the brat route to the hill if it ever fail to benefit or For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMAS&EE"Ii, utr (
favorable opinion or goodwill of his associates
4! Hood's Sana- A banter who ha spent some time and showed the fact very cure, you have your money back. to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from ( harleit.1..

f i !' parituam write there several recently of chasing his experiences brown to bear the plainly. Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection is made at Chaileston: ",tl> 'o |

; .. '" "tUn Seattle Telegraph. Charles II held hi* throne more by bill A perfect and permanent Florida Steamer for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida J z|

:t" end e h.ppyto:3 Cures "My first encounter," he say, "withone pt\1'MOnallUllvlty than on account of any orhiladelphla; and interior points via Philadelphia.

a I ementlreiy of theMe brown boars wa a startling ability he possessed. Everybody he met cure for your Catarrh or

:,: .- '! uttering J II'NJd on advi.e r>count IU .f Impure blood to experience for me, and I have always could not help liking him, and even the Ssoo in cash. This is prom. -
for the bear We had rigid Puritans though they detested his
tryHsod'sSarnparllla. I twill core.*'Mart. thought equally the of Dr.Sage's St. Johns River Line.
ised
been working against a cor* vices, did not resist saying a good word by proprietors .
3: ;' W M. SMITH! ,8ia E. 88tb Bt., N. X. City. up strong
for his
; I rent of the Koowak river all day, and pleading address. -St Louis Catarrh Remedy.
.; I Mood) Pin becomethe fororlto thttmrttowltti toward nightfall pitched our tent at the Globe-Democrat
;+. everyone who tries them ZSo. per>b":x. bane of and Intermediate Points
: a high blnll forming the right For Sanford, Enterprise cl

I '! .' 1'1 t' bank of the stream. While supper" Wall THE FASHION PLATE.

'i being prepared I climbed the bluff to the St. Johns River
n! Inter Andrew
Free and Basket woven linen duck is much +lewina CII..II'&ieoAndrew
I. get a look at the oountry and was walk.
l I I used for vests.! Carnegie ia a small, smart
ing along with held
; j I Accepted Masons in my left hand. The gun top carelessly of the bluff Changeable mohairs will be much in shrewd Scotchman who has done a stoaD10r E'Vorg1ado,
I If great deal of !good in the world and in.
i i was densely covered almost to the edge use for traveling costume next season.
j /cy tend doing more. He is peculiar being CAPT. AV. A. SHAW,
f 1 with tprnce and aldl'inDd the under. Among the newest material are embroidered
Scotch. I called him for interview
once on an
t Indian % TltRlllvllleI growth wa so thick that it wa impossible crepons!, with tiny dots in the subject being one with Is appointed to all from Jacksonville Tuemlaj and Saturday at 6:00: p. in retina IA I

I River "'Ia.f I to see more than a few feet through Dresden coloring which he wa familiar and I was not- Sanford Mondays and Thursday at B.OO a. m.

f Lodge v- No. 90t it. Ahead of me a-cloutor rocks offered Lightweight black (Cheviot are very I the iron industry of the United States.
i a temporary place to tit down and popular fabrics' for stylish traveling and 8O1'TH B(1l( NU. I'\CHEDt'LE.\ I \OItTH' IN41Herd
d 7'' I addressed him as "Mr. Carn-egy" and Read Blown. nP,
the view and I made for }it. Just I
,,' llolil lu mwtliirn the ....r..D,1. and fourth Krl- enjoy shopping costume gained his ill immediately. It was Leave 8.30 1..11I. ........ ............. ... A rrnr s
;' tar of net mouth at the '(.urt limiiw,Tltuvlrie.at ,!* I reached the nearest rock a tremendous
.i.,1 / : t. R.yU/L, 8. H. Rev) !/ arose apparently vide evening toilets or day costume nunciation of his name. With much /.3n: : : ::::::::::::::::::::::::.J.k.on.ilI8..I: :

f'fI t' :a I Hw. \v. I.I. from under my feet, and I immediately made entirely of accordion plaited material dignity he corrected me. "If you want ? 11.30 .. m.............. ........... 1Laa.

M" KTC. recognized in him the brown bear of me to sit down and talk with you, quit Arrive son 820 :: ::: :::: :::::::::::.:::::::: I l; :::::::::::::::::::::: : : .. :: I1.et,lse

if "j'f j MOCJKTICH. felling iwlioHe fierceness me for week the native My first had instinct been Replacing the light feather boa of calling me Carn-egy. Where did you ,. 8.21111. m ........ .. ............ ....Enterprise... ............ ... .. .. .. 'at.

KXKJHTS or rvTiiua. spring full neck ruches of learn it, anyway It ia decidedly unpleasant
: are
to shoot and I would have very Jacksonvll'JM. '
"U probably
I l My name is Car-naygie-ao Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., :
t Seminole Lu<\11Ce. No.:'M.belts Itn meeting at dune had been in plaited lisse or silk muslin which has a
Ii the Court ".,,'... the (trotunr Tuuradajr. wen. so my gun my right cent on the nay-that and nothing else. H.CLYDE,A.T ]M.. F. ]M.IROBMOOEB., Fla lass Ap
I r" Inm of each .....0 tit,at a .'...Joork I'.... hand, but the first motion I made the light dressing.Pompadour It i* very simple, very easy. I don't see a Bowling Oreen, hew York. 88 West Hay St,Jackionrlllt iTBEO.

I. 8.' n. Orion, W.H.1URUM bear reared on his haunches and was so silks and those with chine why any one should call me anythingelse. .O. EOOFR,T. M., Jso. L. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt..

: C. c.INDIAx. JC. iTK.fl. formidable looking that I concluded to ground in soft colors of blue, beige or It ia very tiresome a Bowling Green,New York Foot login St.,JaoVxintim j

f : I wait and see what he intended doing. fawn color are much used for rich, The interview wa a success, but A. J COLEreneralrafpengrr| Agent, J. A. LFM.IF,MUI'l'rtnll'lIdl'nlIlllowllnlt I
alvsacARVa After a moment' hesitation, during dressy blouse waists. Oreen, Sew York. Foot Hogan St.,jaclmmllk F|
with much
gained wrangling and die

t I Drill st tu Ariwtry sever county Jail,ev \rjrTuemlay which he turned his toad from side to Four and one-half and five yard skirts D. D. C. MINK, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia
& .'> putation. He i* Irritable when crossed.
I ciculnif la the ""month at( cl jj1 and licked his in WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agente.lii
j. side chops a most made
j, 'I A.T. YsA.rrrCyltahLCHURCIIEa. suggestive up without any interlining are It i* not safe to ask a question. He Green Ne.Tort |
I I So. Delaware AT., Philadelphia. a Bowline
he all fours
fashion
,, dropped on I Iand. seen in serge, crepon tweed And cheviot must do the whole business of questionand
with wonderful turned'
qrtockneM materials for outing wear.
answer and ill sure to demand a
1jl 1 and sprang out of eight in the dense Ladies' wrappers, negligees, dressing proof of the article before its publica

.t Er18IUPALCI1CBCfL andergrowth.:: When I returned to camp locks, underskirt and nightdressesare tion. "This should be a popular article

I fervtcc th. lit and 3rd Sundaya In each and native related my experience assured, Tah-tah-rok that the made of soft, light weight, fancy ," I suggested "No; it must not bea '
ii' ? month at M a m. and I;30 p. m. rtuuday ariinul my guide, me flannelette of either French or domestic popular article, "he insisted. "I shall Southern.Railway._
l h,1 I **ry Nundav at 13j1 p. in. Evening-!: prayer litI bear must recently have concluded a manufacture. talk to the ironmaster of America To _
I p. II.. on Wednendaya. LlUoy aetvlce every heavy meal, or otherwise lie would have I
I Friday at 10&.m. Straight band of ribbon on each side speak to the public would belittle the interview
attacked
IUY II. F. Known, ltet'tor.t" me.
of the dress and belittle me. I will not have -rc-
skirt some of
"Some.officers from of the appear upon
some vessel
the pretty youthful gowns made of silk, it" Nor would he.-New York Press. r---- .)
,: METHODIST CHURCH.Hervlrm ofthe Bering sea fleet went ashore .
sheer wool and many of the new charmIng -
'.i at Tltumrllle every t': Balihath at II a. in. and T p. m.; HundaywluMil 1891 ou a deer hunt, and .one of the lawn and linens. Not the least frequent of ocean steamship ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
S at III o'rliK'k a.m.every Hunday; Epworth party saw a bear about 100 yards distant Pin dotted changeable silk in soft
1.eagtteat 3 p. in. every Himduy; 1 rayerxetlug mishaps, especially during the
I T o'A* k evrry Thnnduy night. The |iublto are eating berries. Without thought of the lovely summer tints, glinting with a heavy weather of the winter months, is

cordially Invited to attend our aervicei. consequences, he raised his gun and fired sheen of gold or silver, are made with a the disabling of the steering gear. The THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

8. W. I.AWLKR raU.r1UITI8T at the animal belted waist with rich looking yoke of plan of one vessel utilizing another
asa
CHURCH "The hot went wide of the,mark but ecru guipure lace, with round shoulder rudder in such a case followed on at COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARl

at the report of the gun the bear started bertha of the some.-New York Post
leant occasion I
one that mind TRAM
comes to
J' J'.at'hlnlf evrry eenond and fourth Hundava, THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULCO
mornliiK and evenln 1'rayer Meetings evervTuemlav for the hunter on a dead ran. Hi charge just at present may therefore be of interest
evening .o'clock. Sunday 'tV-hcx.l Wall met with a shower of bullets from STAGE GLINTS.It .
every Rundar at H.4.1: a, in. Also preathlng
JtntBundayat lJi All are cordially Invited to attend.II. wounded the infuriated animal did Nye are to collaborate on an original taken from the bow of the vessel that QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAS p.
A. IlKiuEH, rantor. I
not hesitate an instant and ranked
comedy. Will towed passed to the stern of the
straight at his neuiy. When within towing vessel and made fast to a point North wad ma._. North: aa.d: Wwwtao.
CATHOLIC flit'ncH. about 10 feet .of the hunter, the bear Fanny Grant has been engaged by r,
100 feet or more forward of the stern. u. w.. .
ftervlcva at lo a. in. every Sunday, In hall over rose on his haunches and prepared to Elita Proctor Otis for her "Oliver AU TNAINI' DAILY ;,. "r.s.,:. All iNAINDAIIK Wdr"
Jndtan Klver Hta MlUuk. 'hU"r80'loatechll. Twirt" At a point near the latter were fitted ".......
e atbp.m. clone. Blood wa pouring in stream company.Sol two purchases, one the and the .
i lUv.J. yO'1I0YLII,1I.e4Jt"r, down his body. One ballet had shattered Smith Russell will begin his tour other on the starboard on side,port for the purpose LJ... t"aft1le: ..c...!. :: 110 Tlgam /lapin H In.JaekaosvilU, woyds, en.a .. Ise ossrerlw.a %

his upper" jaw, but he was so full of fight next season on Sept 2 in Toronto with of deflecting the hawser either to .. 1 It 10 = L ( a

n M. c. A. that the final outcome of the straggle a revival of "The Rival port or starboard and, by the angle thus Ar. !i h.rlett:"; Iooth:_w ; 10 pm &eoaaa.h ono, r ; a.

The regular' 8uu
of the 'e.H.C. A. will lie held: : every Sunday not another of the party arrived and Melbourne Argus, Wall well received in the hawser. This, of course, changedthe : ol roa.la.Y. 10 I <<1111III = Ar. l fa 11 e'. ,
,n afternoon, at 4:w) p. m., at the I..h.terillo811tll l "ewlly'kIa :: 1.m2a "
.church further aottce.i ended the fight by Mooting the brute that city in "Shamns O'Brien. direction of the vessel In other .:: 11 :: : t. 1000pm4

through the brain. An examination of Augustus Thomas' new play, "Don'tTeU words any deflection either to the rightor .... Aaklvnla Boath/rR.._. ...,.,,,...... llOpm Ar", 1CaraY IempbL Clq, Y, C.B." f oD po "'
i the bear' body showed that he had been Her Husband" will be crodnoed to the left of the towing line bv

Fort Pierce. struck six times. Three of the shot Charles Frohman in means of the purchase produced the
by September. For full Information Rapw.ySystem
to
apply of this great
in of the any Agent
were part body ordinarily considered same effect on the towing vessel as patting
Robert A. Barnet is
his
vital and would doubtless have completing the helm over to port or starboard. or Ita connection:
Mis Linile .Ilolmea left Monday, for caused death, bat the vitality of these romantic opera, "The Lover of Pro- -C&II8ier'l Magazine.

TiluivUle. She will IIlwu.l a while with animals is almost Incredible. Instance vana," with musio by George W. Chad- W. A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,

Mr*. M. 8, Jonen.Mr are cited of their running over 100 yards wick. Mfr Powd rly. General >*?. ....... Aea"Q.... Pus. Agent, Ail't Osn'l P*.*.Agent
"The Runaway Girl," by May M. waaMiN, .TON, D. c. ATLANTA,'"
after being shot through the heart Miss Mamie Powderly of UNOXVIIH TE""
.
: *. & W. JruDlog I I. atill very oirV.Dr. Randolph,
"Last summer, while I wa at Sand Ward, was produced in Savannah by Mass. ha been
appointed assistant
,' ( v Holmes arrived this morning to M- Point, two hunter came In, after an absence Mabel Paige and wa* said to be the beet rate secretary to Lady Henry Somerset pri- W. D. ALLEN,

lat Dr. Denton. of over a mouth in the vicinity of play in that actress'repertory." Miss Powderly accompanied Lady Heny Florida Passenger Agent
,
: Mr; *. Totten and Jiuully\ arrived till Portage bay, and I't"por14'1having" killed Frank Finch Smiles, with Richard r ou her tour through this country asher

week, from South Jackiuinville much to 83 bear One day they killed wnren. In Mansfield daring the past sis years, baa stenographer and has returned with 213 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.

( the gratification of Mr. Totten. order to show that they were not spin been engaged to play Captain Heartseasein her to England. fey oath. JRQIJ.

ning banters' yarn they brought the "Shenandoah" next season. __
Rev. Archibald Uendry. of the Went skins with them, and sold them at a George D. Boniface. Jr. -
,
resigned HAPPY THOUGHTS.We
Coast held protracted religious cervices! .
trading pout at Sand Point During the from the D'Arville Opera company because
I here the put week to crowded liouava.Mr summer of 1891 two prospectors were he dissatisfied with his
was part should quietly hear both sides.ioe .- WE
*. J. It. Meri*ether l left Saturday looking for coal laud near Port Moller in "A Daughter of the Revolution. the. ,! ,! .

tr night for West: Paint UVarh, where, her came and about a an mile immense from brown the shore bear they ea William Carter ba written the libretto He scatters enjoyment who enjoy DELIVERA r. ,
upon
>. husband 1 I. working ou the new hotel, of a patriotic opera butted ou the Revolutionary much.-La rater.
gaged in catching salmon in a small
,''C on the east side stream Oue of the prospectors imnaMl- war, entitled "The Patriot"The Life baa no blessing like a prudent Piano or OrganT a
music is Mr. Adler of Philadel
)Ir. Frank Lachley l left this morning, ately opened fire, and evidently wounded by tiend.Euripides.

for Raleigh, X. C. lIe will be absent fora the brute badly, but he got out of phia. Love look not with the eyes, but with

month, on a visit to hi* friend and sight in the thick brush Bring anxious Joseph W. Shannon 1* about again, the mind.-Shakeepeare. .\ YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, ,uff, l:
to secure the skin the two men started entirely recovered from his painful accident I Who trifle to approval after a trial in your own house. No money required until >'" ,.
give i
relative. to follow the wounded animal They Hi broken leg ban mended excellently a meanly meaner thoroughly: / satisfied. Our price are a* low a* any house in the United Starch* '
( than the trifle. Lavater.
Uncle Billy Anderson wu a welcome had not gone a dozen step before the and Mr. Shannon i* ready to our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an instrument

I it visitor at the Itellhaven cottage, a few enraged and wounded brute turned on play act again. I I Present fear are less than horrible The Celebrated CONOVER. j I

night ago, and presented us with the them, and before either one could fire a imaglningl.SblLkt'tlpeare. The Renowned FISCHER. X.PIANOS..
M. WLuemsky, a gentleman well' I There can be no high civility without The Beautiful SCHUBERT.I I
f biggest and beat watermelon of the shot he seized one man by the log and
known in Parisian fashionable circle, a deep moralit-Ew1'IOQ. And KINGSBURY.
I bit it nearly off, and then sprang upon
season.!
companion and knocked him senseless hal made a wager that be will ride Every man i* a volume if you )know Vocallon, Aeollon Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTA CE
The schooner Queen arrived here Monday 1 with the blow of his terrible paw. from Paris to America on horseback. bow to read him.-("bannlng.Frugality. ORGANS. ,
afternoon, bringing! with her the lie propose to ride through Siberia to
( soliciting of the commission Having, a* he thought, finished his enemies i* founded on the principlethat Bras and ..a.\' '
agent menchant. small will
Bering strait and cros to Alaska on Instruments Music and Boots Write us; we"
., Thracker Bros., of Chicago, Mr. the bear quietly ambled off, and the ioe. II* i* hunting for a companion all riche have fimit*-Burke. money.
Fred Faulkner! who Is at the wa subsequently found dead a few' ban- When the state is most then
before corrupt
his ,
Fort Tierce hotel. Fred always baa a Bred yard /rout the acute.of battle" beginning: Journey the law* are most! multiplied.-Tacitus. rJ71ie ., V. 33. Cnniplx Co.,
( genial smile for his friend j .. ;
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___ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JULY 12. 180$. 3ycBErxaztr

Tntw. J. t __
: 0'8KI&II.1 : ---
COMPARATIVE AREAS ONE CAT WORTH 112,500.

I I The Globe Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia!

B. EVERETT & CO. I The arable land of Egypt i Is said not Did To. Ever ftoe a Pare Tortohe BheUTo PLANT SYSTEM.
.
to exceed 100,000 iqnare mile '-Cat* That Look Like Batldngs. I

+ FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. + + Sardinia la It is Mtlmited that there are 800,000
exactly the ilze
of New
eats in England and 69 varieties. With
Retail Dealers In Hampshire, or 0,000 milea.
and square
Wholesale the greater number of these varieties the

Borneo baa 800,000 square miles, average render is probably quite unfa

INDIAN RIVER equal to three of our largest itatea. I miliar. i.I :Eerect: :ZFcusGongrorIDcnj.'blG: : : Serv1cs.:

Great Britain owns In Africa an area Tortoise shell and white tom! are very

SB, OYSTERS, TURTLE & of 2,670,000 iqnare miles, almost equal common says an English writer, but a : Do.Us; 'J:' o.1c..s.:

to that of the United State 'I pure tortoise shell torn i* no extremelyscarce : I

---- GAME I The desert that people declare that
of Sahara ia M large ai : many

all that portion of the United States they exist only in the imagination. I Unexcelled Pullman Equipment, # h
and Dealers Supplied. I
] otels lying west of the Mlmisslppi I Any one who happens to possess a female

AXCH HOUSE: lest Palm Beach Fla.I The Spanish East Indies comprise red tabby without any white spot j jI t
could obtain a price which would keep --- ---
116,000 square miles, or about the lire I
I him in comfort:! for at least a couple of I
ire a of New England and New York. .
year without work. Female red tabbies Trains Daily Jacksonville Charleston..
I Q
I The Netherlands
Professional Cards, hare 19,000 square are M rare a* tortoise shell torn Six hone-power, marine weight TM-lh: spacereinlfel \ 2
mile, being about the combined area The taste in Persian cats just now Yule: inches. ll to* Montgomery /
of '
.. ROBBISS. WALTER 8. GRAHAM. i Massachusetts and ConnecticutThe runs on the deep blue with orange col. I Mannfartnren of the rnont IVrfect, n..lIa..le'
Mere territory of Alaska:: equals In size ores *. Edward Lloyd the had and Kmnonilral. Motor r Ijilinchixi an..h 11 II II to- Tifton.
)OBBIXS A GRAHAM, eye tenor In the market Ka: .v to Mart run until mi>|'|*.
enrlal1o U I 1 the combined area of Arizona, Colorado, one for which he repeatedly refuted with very little attention; also rmlMer. of

Idaho, New Mexico and $150. The slate blue is lamirhe complete and stationary motor.
&I A TTORYEYS-A T-LA W Montana bright or a fswrite
BKXJ. JKROMK.:. These trains
'. The Kongo Free State Is nearly variety of the Persian the price Bole Agent for rlrevard and I'(range t.o's.. carry through Pullman Sleepers -
ot TICK llou!!:From 10 to 12 a. m., 1,000,000 miles sometimes going as high,: as $123. ft. l.urle, I'la.
'jI and 2 to 4 square or about one to New
I p. m. Catalogues and |.r"M on i|>|illratlon.Minster's York Washington Philadelphia
third the size of the United State White cats of really herculean proportions ,
It TrrrsviLLB, Brevard Co. Florida. .
,
readily fetch $300. The
Marquisof
It If, m. Ceylon has 25,000 mile Baltimore
I a HOI square or Nashville Louisville Cincinnati
Dufferin is ,
extremely partial white ,
Will practice in all the courts-state and fed about the combined area of Vermont, Male ,
I al. New cats upward of a dozen of these splendid
Hampshire and Massachusetts.The
.perlil. : facilities for examining and perfect- creatures being comfortably domiciled St. Louis, Mobile New Orleans, Atlanta, and

19:l land title.. Money to Loan. Egyptian Sudan ha nearly at the British embassy in Paris. U NDER soil :l.y virtue I of a andsle of the ('In'uit
limning out
1.000,000
Line square mlle It Is almost Russian cats fetch high prices The Court for lI"'ur.I..II"t..,, State of Florida, Chattanooga.
E large a* all Europe, excluding Russia. Duchess of Bedford owns several of a upon the Path day of June, 'I \ltIn a rvrtalnraum
W. MORTON therein ntr.IGo. GEORGE Sonia ha 10,000 square miles and species extremely rare-a very curious Uraham 1'oinpnny In complainant and ..lame K:.
ia as large as Massachusetts, New tint of blue. Russian white cat are also IWiwman.a* ailiiilnlntrator of the mtate of I...,|.
: NOTARY PUBLIC, rin ilifeni-eil, et. at.. are defendant; I sill\ toll|| r
h Hampshire and Rhode Island combined highly prized, but the white variety i* at rmlillr sutcrv. In front of the court h..n.e

1 lrI 1 1I /lnartrood," .' Canaveral, '. Florid; Alabama, Arkansas and North Carolina seldom long haired. lnor at Tltum }lie, ilurlnu' the legal...". of tale
I Viii upon the rlml Moinln) In An>'".t. 1 Inn, icing the
f r..'mevanclng carefully executed. are nearly of the same size being Mr. Sam Wondiwics! is the owner of a Mil day of the month to the hlthet| and limt
between 60,000 and 65,000 mile smooth haired torn Xcnophon of such hiidderfir rash, the follomlliit' ilfKcrtlHil Ialul.tnntnl
square .t In theronnt ofllretanl and state <>f
)or 'IH. inoitRaRen, Sati fiction, etc. ;
that when the
British India has over 2,000,000 gigantic proportions lorliU' tiv"It
bl.inks on hand. writer after an introduction, Inducedthe The outhweiit (quarter of_.tI"fI.: the oath
iqaare miles and is about the equal in West iU rter nf the nortlieuct quarlrr the
size to that portion of the United State cat to approach by calling in seductive aoutheiuit quarter of the lI..rlh..t quarter
accents he experienced: a feeling the northeam quarter| of the southwest 'I""rt..r.an.1 ,
rixou: s. JONES: lying east of the Rocky mountains.St.: the northwest quarter of the ioutheai
,, Louis Globe-Democrat akin to dismay as the mammoth jumpedon quarter of wHIoii Ki:,, toHiii.hli] .1A, .,,"tli, of
his knee which in the course of a huge oI4l..aot.containing In all '.'4ii are.

tsc ATTOKXEV-AT-LAW. few moments began to exhibit unmistakable U L. () %ft.l>KN.RoMilna : .
PITH AND POINT.
A nr..h.lII. t ...i-lal ,...t..".
Tl'JiVILLE, BREV AIm CO., FLA signs of fatigue, and no wonderfor |
A It' for Coin Ulnant.
Time Is but a freckle on the face of 25 pounds in a fair weight. Xeno- ) |> JuljS-au

i
Lndy de Trafford has cats of such remarkable
Economy be unwise
i may as as extravagance Notice of AttaclmuMit.
IJ I L I.AI'LDB.I J. T. SANDERS ugliness that the writer for a

Notary. moment took them for a hairy sort of
'AULDEX A SANDERS Because a woman trusts a man is no bulldog.The In the County 'ourt of the State of
sign that he should be trusted.A norMa In ami for llievanl
DIfjiiE Li value of cats is much enhanced if County : 4

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, nickel makes more noise in the contribution they poHsess the black markings 011 the HIMiaril&: Jo.,,lmiirHirateil.8H-ni-er.| | llnrtlett 1 Tin INN, Port Tampa, open all the year.

\lllliiractlrelnall: : the Court of the Stateif box than a dollar bill chest known as the "Lord Mayor' i llulutlfN V Altai hment.
Fliirlila. end the United t'S
State Court* "
Never accuse a man of insobrietywhen chain The writer has seen a cat of Oeo.V. ('I""tI..lol"I."tTII
np P.O Box,235. TITl'S
VILLE. FLA.
ho slips on this sort for which the owner would not ,..,
41 1i. Money to Loan. your orange peel. (; 5'. Clement!, defendant. In Move en-
18J. take 2500. tithed. suit and all other .pernon interested :
It I' A man may win a woman on "moon

II.JIL shine but he can't maintain her on It. Some cats are actually vegetarians! yoc:t''..are hereby: ha. teen notinml I Imuied that against a I Writ you of, and At- The Plant Steamship Line.

LeJr1 TOME REYNOLDS, I and a curious variety from, Burma will yourjirorty| altai lieil to natlufy the ilitmandor -
J J. Many a man who is waiting for a only drink water. ; :;! Spencer| llartlett V ('o., In-
ItIL i chance has been standing on the wrong coriNiraMil, aiuoiinting to Ninety-four dollar
:; :
.11. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. said thlrtthree rent*. .
corner. FEARLESS OF DANGER. Now, unless 'ouhail appear In'Tore the Court l> Eor.4f luxurious Sle3u11M12ip; Woi 'Io
A man never learns how to step on In .sld suit: and lileail;:\ or ilxniur In the dta'Isralion i -

nvll'a Hutchlnson'Avenue, the tack of with Bow On of the Da Pont Died In a Powder Sled h.III..t the Clerk1* iiltire In Tltu. in UK Noul Vnl
comfort .
adversity to vllle rlorlila.' said county and mate on the ? .1l (? iN.n .
Titusville himself. Mill Ksploelon. I Rule Day In Oi-toher. A II 1..011. Iwlng the 7th
111tr Florida. day of said. I>mouth a default will .he entered
Thus far no Du Pont of the famous
!
Endeavor so to live that when yon against you In due I i-oiirMi and I will Elegant Ships every woek between Port Tampa.
: : :
: :!: ; :::
gunpowder making family of Delawarehas | I Iw made to the Court for final I IaJ judgment: and
IILYukd to die the undertaker will
come even will' I lie mid 1 to the dxht. Key West and Havana. -
TJOWELL TITUS, ever been false to the family law of i your proimrty pay
be sorry. while than has 1 I)ateil this itnth day of June, A 1> IMiM.

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. Truth is mighty and will prevail un bravery life in obeying more It. One Saturday one givenhis evening A. A. 8TEWAUT.Rohbln 1 Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

less superior inducements are offered in the summer of 1857 Alexis L Du &: iraham. Clerk -
Practice State and Federal court Land Atfy for riatnlitr. Heal County
net title a specialty. Attorney for Board of the other way. Pont son of Elenthere, was in one of the JulyMctl I I Court. I IItlaMtrr'H I B. W. WKKXX, Passenger Traffic Manager,

County Commissioners, and County Solicitor. If we thought of ourselves as others mixing rooms with some of his men, trying Savaruaali, (is..

T, 0 Box M. think of us, we would sit up nights to shift heavy yellow pine box. As
TITUSVILLE FLA.R wondering what we were born for.- they slid the box along the floor, the Sale.

Hartford Religions Herald.NOVELTIES. friction caused a spark to strike and

Freeman Hall, Silas B. Wright. instantly the room was ablaze. Fortunately NI.FIt: and by virtue nf a decree of fore-
Attorney-at-Law, DeLand }'la U rliMureandMtle. l butting I out of the Circuit I &
most of the gunpowder had been ;
Court of llretanl county on the INS day of The florida (Central peninsular RailroadShort
HALL & WRIGHT, taken out it being the end of the week June, Iwo In a cam therein dxiiendlnK. wherein
The daintiest things to be seen are lit. Mary FIhtdditonrt.sl.areromI'laluaut.snil: '
but the walla and floor sufficiently i :
were ;
William II. Mrer and tle white enameled alcohol lamps.
INSURANCE AGENTS sprinkled with it to cause a sharp puff *. Iwlllocnlatpublmontery. In front of
Fancy spoons of silver gilt have their the court hums door. at Tituvllle, during' the Line bet M eon Florida lull all Northern I'olnts.
Titusville which set the men's clothes on fire.
Florida. legal hour of ode, upon| the nnot1"110)] In
handles modeled from the lotus flower. Alexis realizing the danger instantly, Auirunt iwn, Iwlnic the Mh ilay of the month,
Representing the "Old Hartford," to the hlichciit: and heat bidder I for raidi: the fnt l- Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Bal
of dull silver and himself in called
Matchsafes covered and being flames to
Liverpool London & Globe and all the towing dencrllwd (land altuated In the ('ouIII.f
leading companies. Are prepared, to with repousse ornament in which god the men to follow him and running out lirevard and Htate of Florida. to-wlt timore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
the dank of
ComiiieiicliiK' at a rahibsge tree un
write lines up to $20,000 In any part of desses and loves are conspicuous have of the building threw himself into the the Indian ICIver fifty yard aouth of a ditch. entering

Brevard county. made a sudden and prominent appear. mill 1'The others did likewise, and the river at a |la e known a.* John T. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Xaahvllle, I. >ul",villo, Cincinnati
for the all safe. But Keaiter'a landing' thence due went (HU yards'the and Chicago.
moment i
thus were
,,(' south I 111, yard ti> the land now owned
BMCAVSK BAY DADE COUNTY. ance.New side combs of shell have scalloped Alexis turning toward the mills as he by hoses'n K:th Brown and D. W. Tuttle: thenceeat Everett, lilrmlngham Holly Sjirlngn, 1\IOInIhll4, Little Rock: Kansas City, St.

T W. EWAN, edges. These edges are finished swam, saw that sparks from the burning Indian River: thence line of said northerly llrown along,and the Tuttle river to Louis, Chicago, Motix City.

,Ntr /. U. S. COMMISSIONER: with small atones, which spread out as mixing room were falling in showers on to the place. of commencement. containing River Junction, reimncoht, Mobile, New OileanM Texan, Mexico, Californiaand

ornament and perhaps terminatingin the roof of the press and cutting mill twelve acre. more or less, and living the name. the Pacific Coant KlfcctUti] A| r. lli' at, I HIJl'5.HII. .
Notary Public an land deeded to IllUm H. Myer by Kdward: I'
State at Large. which contained a* he knew several Wilbur and In Hook L,
on
a single pearl IlrevaritCounty: {: ;i=il York Limited and New York raeaMall .
?"-
of Kecord said wins
Lands tut
Selected; Conveyances made. (on* of powder. In spite of the appeal* age mw l** e. J"i kwinvlll Tau;: a. m. and Sis'
set of with land of lot auction SJ, town-
f An entire tablespoons, liol&g apart. one .. .
orrespondence m.dally with Through I'ullman 1 sleepers for
c solicited. Address: of the men, he rushed back to the pointof ship 21, moth of range 31V east ys'r. |
the edges beaded and meeting at the top a .v.'U.I Huvannan, Coliiiubla ttaidilngton llaUtlmore
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, danger calling out as-he ran "Now, J>. L. OAfLllEN: l'htlud.IPLIa New lurk. Ito,.5.n and all
Office Ewan's In a little fan shaped ornament, are al ,, : ::: : Arrlv.sJrkmnviils1ON5.is.
Landing. boys pass me buckets of water Robbins A: Graham, Hiwrlal Master ,,, Fwttaripointa.

_- together a new design and exceedinglyprecty.Jewelen' Then he climbed fearlessly upon the Att'). fur Complainant. julyft-augj a.um: .runnnt Car between HI. Aiiguntliie anilNew

G GE ALLEY, Circular.Poor .roof which was now nearly burned w u. "' a,.. '- lurk lilnlng car to and from Waohia.ton. .- /

throngh-for in those day the roof

Zacfle of and cement-and began aor- : '
were made pitch ,,
A TTORYEY.A si/ Only I.lne Through the Beautiful Mill
I -LAW, Jinks-For a professional humorist fighting the flame a* best he could. l (;Country Middle lorlda. ren.iM.ilA.anlKerainbla

Key West, Florida. Mr. Zagglee looks remarkably sad eyed Inspired by his courage, the workmen In II 5 4 p fur like ('Ity Hay., Live IesvsJst'kuonr/li.Uak. Maillwiu Montluello.V:Ail a. .is.v .

and melancholy. rallied with a will at the bucket line TallahaiHiee, Klver Jifhrtlon! I'eiiuwola. Mobile. ,
Will Yea. You one who New Orlean., and tlui .outhwet, Mexico I'all-'
Binks see _
practice In the United Statesnd every but before they had got fairly started
,
a, forniasoil the I'wirto (:' t. (arrle' IUeeier .
State Courts. Ojun93JR has children insists upon telling him all the explosion came, blowing Alexis Dn e.if'I: ,? : Arrive Jwkaunville a. m.

the smart little things they say In the Pont with fearful force against one of "r' -

hope he will put them in the papers.Life. the drying stands, crushing his rib into Poor 01 Maj r t thw.wXUversiringlkapaIisut55viU.'elar L.ve.Irkmnyillesn0.m.furStark..SIxes: "
r |
B. L. WILLS, his lungs and injuring him so that he ,\, n)S\e.-" '., '"' a Key, WllilwiHMl!, le..bur "'', AMiika.Orlando .
?A :', '. Ibl / LanoiM-hee, 1...iii'Iry, llaat City,
died In great agony few hour later.- Arrh.JatIt..n"U". ...
A. Advised IUo. r.J f :' Taml"| : :toO 1'
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Cleveland Moffett in McClnre' Maga I
He-Darling, my salary ha been sine Healthmeans e I Clm Umall.... Florida Mmlted. revs Jack.M

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. raised $500 a year, but yon mustn't tell __________ :I' I 0 0 5 tars ..n.vW.eel: .. m. ihlldYs.tihalToln. Tines
I r a .little over hour to Clnolnnat*. via Marrs.A .
,t your father. Puff Ball* Good .. Kai. s.. Attantsl'h.ttana.ga. 1'enu0a.: fur Nahvllef
ic ::-Hutchinson Avenue, near She-Wb1 not? have all noticed the lit. iii'' e. iMiaurllla i (' ,.data north ana
the Indian Probably yon much than rr Jacka.oav111.10l.
.
.
River hotel. so more wen* Arrive a.
the Idea. that I pa
He-He might get tle white puff ball In spring and "shot no"'A'CCUTaaa a5 -
/ a
/if
could support yon.-Brooklyn Life. off" the same in autumn, when they are you imagine-serious and _h.earn.... _. !u(! ._ .llully Biirlng' ......... Bt.' ttrni, ".n... City:

I Jon ASPIYW ALL, Appn..1 dry and full of dark powder. This i* fatal diseases result from toeoY.. \ wV., was ( ......K... l ave Jai-kionviUo I 411 p. n1. via
Uaw>n, Atlanta, JUwlnlC"HollJ Springs.
of choicest eatable mushroom
one our
"Thieves," read the bead of the family he out slice from trifling ailments neglected.Don't Meuipbl. Mjirlngfleld.: Kana City rlt. Lode. ('hl. MI City.J"J.-tu* withwtrhangs
One admirer rang.
say a a In Kannju (Ity and M. UMI|., and only. one to Arrive)
REAL ESTATE IXSURAXCE. "are going about appropriating everything giant puff ball which grew near hi* play with Nature'sgreatest Jsi'kwav/ll... 10tO; In.
Iocee.r"Heavens mY11 P. MUicai for Tallahaanee and InlernMMlieU MdII..11 s. Arrive Jarkaunvllle' 4 401>. m.ifitm .
home, day for a week and had so gilt health.Browi's : .
every P. M.. Tampa awl intjirtikjMilmiA iMilui*. Fulliuan *M epera. ArrjvJackoaTllleflJOa ...
EAU I My bloomer I" wa MaudEdith' many*/re h fritter, whereas, U be had Fur HenilcrMinvllle, H|..rUubur( and A.b .
GALLIE .
FLORIDA. If fe llf
exclamation.-Indianapoli yu are < "
unguarded cut it all down the first day it would exit ot eon.wes : : il..ta. two Train. lially. L55esJschaarlll5. ToO..m..11a.p: : ... Pullman
Journal not have made nearly *o many meal and f eaeiallykaeded ea- pawntrer to Atlanta, uilng tne Holly Shrines .'leewn can remain In ....., berths' until tw a. a*
......
CRAVEN *, .
F.W. rulluuk Sleeper on all Ight Train
ball when and
One puff
giant young 1.. ". a. appetite
AM App rea>t Cewtradletloav: creamy U well cooked, will satisfy the .d cant work rr Hend for Hel Indexed Townihl"Map of rtorlila toN

DENTIST, Cobble-DId you know that the wid of 11 In olden times blate.cuk. A. (V MAtDOXKLL:
appetite people. ) i.g Iks' e oMr 1 TITt"lVILL1I:, FLORIDA. ow Pickett married had four children? slice of this mushroom were used to Iron ilrnf l,..(:' General
AgCTHE
He told me wdKiM.whlch U Traffic Manager. Passenger
At Stooe-Tb&t'l Strange bind up out and were said to Insure .ro..'. ir.. aka
present at Mrs. Decker's boarding of his reaeon for marrying her was In the of ten. A lew .*..
one their speedy healing. day
__ _
house world Detroit lloe carsbaaatwen __'__ u
the
alone in -
that the wa flint and steel before matches were Invented coatee froa* the.

Free Prey the powder of the dried puffball Bitters ant due*-aJM'f

John B. wa often used to catch and hold end< ffUfttHk. ll'eplcaual
Stetson University And .*,...
the spark Another strange uae to to ......
"The curiou thing about my bust- which 'It wu put wa to born it before e

DeLand Florida. ness" Mid the mosquito, alightingoftly a beehive. The fame made the bmw It Cures

upon the nose of the sleeping victim drowsy, and the honey could be removed<<

ale.i.ah J :; College and. Coniervatory Normal School of, "i* that if* more fun to" go to 1 1wor'k without ditJeulty.-Kargaret W. Leighton Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

.loIo.e. An: 'leetitution of Ant rank. Faculty of than it 1* to stay to hum. dhi- in 8t Nicholas. Neuralgia' Troubles, ,

tl"j teacher Beven elegant building. Tribune. CoacUfMtloa, Bad Blood
b1 staa 11 bt.d by eiectncly. Hut ago
and rywiu.uw mold water* *.:**.. Thoroughly| "lull'Culture.7j ''*'. neaaul ........... The popularity the collar I* Malaria, Nervous atlmeataWomen's Patented la the United States, Great Britain and Canada II
P anc of fby.kal

;u :,II :.T.IMU Reading fur' yonog rew.men.-'t* sit Library: Wading of "There' nothing" worse flat than renter.moving neb with low that corsage.it I* worn A even low cut with waist dresses wa Cd sty the' leaelae complaint has cfeeaed. s red in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.
nallcal. the
s.d daily and weekly p.pen.41y5q and I dread it. aid at reception the other evening liace oej the wrapper. AnoIL.ns..s.b5(5.155. -
a
nlgad nit p y.i.al there is.." said his cheerfulfriend worn On receipt of two *.. stamps we
Arty e k selanta leatd5ug fvr 1I..1e and 011. y*', and the throat wa encircled with a wrll and **t of lee Bee>Ut.l WwW
.ltIa ant.te of .tabU.b.d repatala considerately. "Afteryca'Te of mull and lace with Fair w..... sadaces. TITUSTILIJ: FLOJUDA.Line .,
tl.I. ruching an enor- ,
e SeOeterm "' .... hires...lar have to settle. ChicagoRecord. SPOWNCXMICALCO. iALTIMOIH.
;'whoa; {,. ::aDd for catalogue. &tN' laU Wor- moved.you'U --***' moo bow at the tack. _
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I -+ 1XDIAK RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- handled blindly and the road can to give the TltuiTllle Star and the Melbourne j shall determine by resolution, to be JAIES PBITCHARD, Prre it1 t W.Caa1BernxtT, Vice Presideht;

not be finished, it would be a Times a piece of the pie-pr- entered In their records! what amountof
i very vlded they got all the condemnation bonds required for such purpose, pl;
unpleasant thought to realize a business of the propoaed shell road." are INDIAN RIVER STATE
1,' A WIIBLT J OCR*At. DKTOTKD TO TUB DBTKtIf1 year hence that we had been In. I the rate of Interest to be paid thereon, BA NK
OTaafiTOVTaa t. DtAY atyta AfiD The above article appeared in principal
strumental placing the burdenof and the time for payment

1 LAKE WOBTB IECT1OXS.lltor a heavy debt upon the county, the Melbourne Times, last week. I and Interest. If the board frames anpasses (Incorporated under the Law of the State of Florida) i
Shades of Horace Greeley I What
without such a resolution, they shall publish -
and
having a complete con. Authorized
.................... WALTta OBAHAM.Aiauclat tinuous road. We feel that we has happened to Brother O.lIn. the same In the several newspapers) capital), $ioo OOQ

*'E< *:*Flanager,CHAI. H.W ALTOS have as much at stake as anybody We know times are hard, that it II printed In the county for five Insertion, Paid up capital, a6'JJ:

i else in getting all possible light on difficult for any newspaper(weekly) giving notice of an election to decide the n Average deposits, $300,0oo
l In Florida to make ends meet, hut
shall read for
the before the bonds question. The ballots! ,
Office: Washington Avenue, TltuiTllle subject are
that Is
( no reason why of UII
I Issued. We stand the any bonds, or against bonds, and an election -
Florida. on same Transacts
Indian River, should a General
become desperate or unjust, Bankigf
t r platform assumed in an issue last shall be held In the several place!
or why our reasoning faculties throughout the county where the last 1
January : "Unless the road can Business
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.i should be warped. ,
be built for a sum not exceeding general election was held, and the county'
The Melbourne Times intimates
,i 1200,000, unless the increase levyof commissioners shall appoint inspectors) Largest and Oldest,! Bank
that its position on the road queer I on the Bile
Chwk.eto.,may he made l parable to "Graham taxes required to meet Interest of election for eaoh pieclnct. The returns !
tion nil! be controlled by the .
A Walwn," pnMliihpr And proprietor and sinking fund does not exceed patronage of the election shall be made DintCTonsi
i it receive the !
five mills unless free of may by way the chairman and clerk of the county e .
right ITCRAHn.w.II.IIAR
8nb.rlpU..n. -way !""' I'n ".,
of legal advertisements (ur i>f the National 'i
pOSt Instead of to the hank (if la"k. < ',
be obtained without commissioners super. '
,
I Twelve month, ftJU can expense nrnmcR ( IceITeMdmtiitl i.
Ition is dltrerent. If road yl,1 ,
a can put
I art 1.00Tllrl'e" of litigation, lave In a few exceptional visor of registration and county jiulg nskwfirifle, ), IY: a. Inexus toil,'irk', mt
t be built for a reasonable sum and _
( M cases we are ready to drop and the county commissioners canvass
,
.5 we feel satisfied the people can 88. 'a' CORREaCONDrNt': _
j Single copy the subject. We say further, thatwe the returns and declare the result, and { "' =;; Seaboard National Hank .. .,, \ ? .
!Strictly ad ance. sume the additional burden of tax. I National Hank of Jack***ml "
shall the unless record In their minutes. The
same
project
oppose
The ation required, we shall adfoca Frirrvs TiLLi:
above rata Include the payment of pout- i"i.!
it Is decide the
understood and of the votes cas.
distinctly majority
'
ace by tin. .ulmrrlptloiis can commence any
the road whether
tliue during th".r.1I1..ontinuan. that each road dis we get a single Bide for purchasers of the .
agreed upon question. - -- ----- -- ------- -
right-of-way advertisement or not.
I trict shall be its share bonds shall be advertised for, and.the
apportioned !
I .... of mlvtu. mint tie made prreonally We trust that it will not be necesary !. EAST COAST LINE -
J& \ at till onto or by writing.MhMIIKK of the bond money in proportionto for the county to out any county commissioners may reject all *
I' its mileage of road and the estimate pay bids and advertise a second time. No

of of construction money for that purpose. We would shall be sold for less than nlnct Th
OF cost bonds Land
Department
'tat i further add that the law firm In / Ira

THE FLORID PRESS: ASSOCIATION, through the several districts is estimated Titusville referred to, may not be five cents on the dollar. The proceed
the from sale of bonds to the I Mr
by are paid over
i I AFFILIATED WITH THE: county surveyor.We employed as attorneys for the This Company offers FOR SALE LANDS Adapted for Lk
believe that almost and be disbursed by
90 per cent county trustees, to
to conduct road litigation t
1 ji'iilton'tt Editorial Aitoriation of the voters can stand with us on county any them for the purpose for which they f Fruit and
G et that may arise. There are # ..f Growing Trucking
this platform. Any one who has were issued, and for no other. The U;
other attorneys in as close relationto
A'1
the past six months is aware that levy an annual tax sufficient to pay the '
t sioners, who be employed to terms to actual settlers. For further
I may y"-: Special particulars, address 'U'ut
i JK.UIAM WALTON, this has been our position all along. 'conduct its road litigation.As Interest on the bonds, and to create a

f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, All we have ever asked was a full to advertisements, if the sinking fund to meet the principa JAS. E. ING&AHAM, Land CommissionerJ. Totc

TirmrtLLE, FLORIDA. and free discussion of its merits Board sees fit to give, the ADVOCATE They are also to appoint, by resolution, ., St. A. & I. 11. Il'y, ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA \ ,

I _.__ __ __ and then build the road, or abandon a share of such printing as it may a financial committee of three persons, illf
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the project. who are to be trustees of the bonds -- ---

t j, IT i" very likely an election will have shall, it will be scold.appreciated We ; if not, The tax collector is required to pay over THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA TIel
41 be called to decide the question of we not repeat, 1\'e CART
to such trustees all taxes collected for
71 bonding or not bonding, for the CHARLES HUNT, OF ANKONA, trust there will be no litigation.We ,

1 county road, before many months can say, without equivocation, and the Interest purpose of of the meeting bonds, the and principal the trustees Made (for Sandy Soil, Having$ 3 inch Tread.
that in of the roadno
elapse In the meantime, let us Says In the Star : "The shell our advocacy II'e
the receive
are to Invest
all down to fair editor fairly tumbles over himselfin thought of patronage from the moneys !
I 11 get a unprejudiced
from the tax collector by redeeming the
discussion of the subject. Let it his mad haste to get those bonds county had entered our mind. We la,
bonds of the or by Investment I In
t he free from misrepresentation, afloat." Mr. Hunt misrepresents regret our brother at Melbourne county 11
bonds and stocks of the United States.
+ personalities and Insinuations If our position, but perhaps not In. has seen fit to treat such an I important .
The trustees are required to make I0'o
+! the road can be built for a reasonable tentionally. Our files will show matter from so narrow a
i annual reports of all disbursements and
sum, and our tax payers feel that we pointed out, some months standpoint. FPe. It:1
received. be removedfor
They
able to the burden let the necessity of going moneys may
; ; assume us ago very e
and in of removal
cause case or
,
I have the road, otherwise drop the slow in the matter of floating TIII SPECIAL ACT AUTllon.j
the commissionersfill
project Knnrla.. What WA.. have contended IZINO ItOAI resignation county lit
the vacancy. The trustees receiveas
I 1 for and urged as necessary, was a the commission WIto

i, i IN considering the road project, careful estimate and survey, and a In response to requests! from some of as that compensation allowed the county same treasurer for / :f

jl i our people should remember thatonehalf canvass in regard to right-of-way, our most prominent people, we re-pnb- the safe keeping and disbursement of FOR SALE BY xEDw

of the cost of building the and then that the matter of bond. Huh\ below a 'copy of the special act

t 1 it road will come out of the railroads ing should be submitted to the authorizing Brevard county to bond for moneys.The above is a brief abstract of the .A.R..D STI3LEPJGThe -,

people. At the same time, we have good roads with our comments Lumber
and other corporations! and one county general law providing for the issuing of Hardware and Paint Dealer.
fourth of its will be urged that even if an election is thereon, which appeared In our Issue of h
cost paid by bonds[ and It applies to the special act COCOA, Indian: : : n.l"Vor: FLOrt.JDA
nonresident property owners. Is called, the County Commissioners: June 14th last.
above.
printed
I it possible our own people are so should go very slow in the matterof AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE COUNTY: OF 0T
Section of the act
2 special printed
I r l issuing bonds. shouldnot liliEVAKD TO llHt'K BONDS FOR THE
I blind to their own interest as to They above that the roads to be it'
PimFOHK OP CONSTRUCTING GOQD provides ,
I I fight; H great improvement when advertise for bids, or date, or t'ouNTr ROADS: built out of the proceeds of the issue of ASPHALT I ROOF \ PAINTS.T
the bonds until
execute foot
three-fourths of the cost of its every
construction Be it enacted by the Legislature of bonds, snail be constructed under the da'da'la
H' falls of right-of-way Is secured by prop
upon corporations the State of Florida:
I provisions of Chapter 4014 which is the
.' I and non-residents ? Our home er instrument in writing, until contracts Sec. 1. That the'county commissioners Ground In Pure
road law in force. The
,1 !\ people-the voters-will not pay are made, so that we will of Brevard county are hereby empowered general now Red d Brown and Agents Wanted. t

"4d, for the bare cost of hauling the know exactly what the shell will to Issue the bonds of the county county commissioners superintend the and hlOhil : Write for Samples a
I cost delivered variouspoints for the purpose of constructing good construction of the road and establish es t :
yard at
.. per
.beU.Itl
.
t the county road In the same manner as Is grades; bridges and route. The roads are Grade Prices, i,
along proposed route. If Black.
provided
law
now by the for the issuing
to be on section lines or section sub-
: THERE is that could an election is called at an early of bonds for the purpose of erecting i a Asphaltum Catalogue Etc am
nothing be division lines, or as near the same as
date and the people vote for bondsit court house or jail: as contained
objected to in the manner in which Article, Chapter 11, of Title 0 of the practicable. Each county commissioner a
would be the of FOE :I '
height
folly to ?.. ..JNPJ'JNG: : :
Dr. Holmes!, the lion W. R. San. execute bonds and advertise Revised Statutes of the State of Florida. superintends the roads In his own district -
den, and other men of that forbids Sec. 2. The roads to be built out of uta..
stamp, and divides same into sub-divis
h discuss the road question. When at once. It should be re- proceeds of said bonds shall be conutructed TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Railroad 'u
lone and road
appoints a overseer for ,
membered the bonds will draw In. under the provisions of Chapter
: i they object to the issuing of bonds terest from their and : 4014, of the Laws of Florida, and the each division. The road overseer Is
datQ few and
a Buildings Freight Fences 7u
Cars Bridges
r'p they have reasons which are sufficient opponents of the road might be funds raised by the sAle of bonds shall : paid> (2 per day for his services. Any; ,
I to themselves but thus far be expended under the direction of the
able to tie us up in litigation for a county commissioners, solely and exclusively county commissioner who fails to per. Iron Work of Kind.
the every
j campaign as conducted
by opponents form his duty be deemed of
guilty
t" number of months: in which case for the purpose of construct may

of the road has, as a rule, the interest would be running, and Ing, maintaining! working, repairing and misfeasance of office, and a severe penalty Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready ItJ

been so heavily burdened with op. would be unable to the keeling In good condition the roads and is provided, and it Is made the Imper- u
1 we use Roofing, and all kinds of
of the built and
county go of'
ponent prejudice jealousy and
,
ative duty of the grand jury to Investigate

i : misrepresentation, we are inclined principal.We are in no haste whatever to and purchasing materials! suitable for that tools purpose.bee. implements. all road accounts and to present ZE3ooin.g: : Supplies, FROM v a

to believe that they are unable to 3. The trustees of the county commissioner of
guilty
seethe bonds i issued ; onthe contrary county; any The
J ,1 put forth any sound, logical argu slow when bonds shall be the custodians of said misfeasance. The law provides for the Armitage Manuf'g Co., 'e

q ment against the road, provided it to that, we point say go but we do we that get funds and disburse the same solely for erection of sign boards and mile postsand Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc., 0I
1 be constructed urge the purpose of which such bonds were I,
: 1 can for reasonable
a the matter of whether we shall sold 1, on warrants drawn by the board of each county commissioner Is required -' 3200 to WllllamsburgAie., Richmond, Va. 1
.
Ir eum.i commissioners the salttrustees. to at stated Intervals
bond for building a roadprovidedthe county on report to 1r

_._ _._ r
: f of the the board. -- ---- ---- --
"' report county surveyor Sec. 4. This act shall take effect
i { WK: ARE surprisf-d to learn from ; and right-of-way agent are favorable Its approval by the governor. on Our special act, therefore, leaves the h

Mr. Goff, superintendent of the J., -should be settled as soon as Approved May 31, 181)5 construction and entire superintendence Merchant'sMetal h

1 St. A. k: I. H. H'y company, that practicable. Let us decide to bondor STATE op FLORIDA, ) SS. of the road in the hands of the board of

1 the shell mound owned by said not to bond, but in case we decide Office Secretary of State 1 1I county commissioners, and that body *c ""Spanish"

company at Two Dollar HlufF, in the alllrmatlve, everything John L. Crawford, Secretary of being composed of men residing each IidiRerent ''ee
south of Sebastian, is estimated to State, of the Mate of Florida, do hereby I a neighborhood of the county, 'es
must be satisfactorily adjusted in can ascertain the sentiment of
t contain I certify that the foregoing la a COfl'ectCOI'Y the H* TILES. +
over 200,000 yards of shell.
I black 'and white in the way of of an Act to authorize the countv people and so manage!: matters aa to

less than 10.000 Wards have been right-of-way, bids, contracts for of lirevard to issue bonds for the purpose another residents, tax payers, voters We have three distinct

taken from the mound; Two-thl d* shell, bridge building, etc., etc., before I of constructing good county ro.uls, worthy people, whenever they Slsea for Straight Surfaces F
of the amount that remains will be the bonds l issued and be approved by the governor and tiled In caD find sufficient laborers among that via : 710,10x14, H.*> L
Iii I are this office, according to law.Given lass of people. Al well M BpKlal radn lu
to shell the 1
enough entire road Conn*
gin to draw interest. y f ted T1LK lor
7't,j from one !end! of the county to tht'II' under my hand hurt aces.
and the Great Seal of
otuer. This news is sufficient of I ( Seal 1 the State of Florida, at 00,000[ HHidididif t

: I itself to reduce the estimate of cost I THE SHELL ROAD. { SUteof J TaIahaaseetheCapitolFlorida. ) The most Ornamental

I ef the road we should- think' -- liv ( } \ this the 6th day. of ...Clioice Home Grown... '' Roof made, and thor

t about $20,000. Two Dollar Itluif 1 "We have nut opened) up our battery June, A. D. 1803. oughly storm-proof 1

ie situated about midway in the ('a the shell) road question yet. The Star Jous L. CwAwroBD, The"STAR"Yeutilator
and AOVOCATK, of Titusville, have market Secretary of State.It PINEAPPLEPLAMTS "ALA5&A"MERCHANT'S"
f county, the most convenient point out their lines of battle, and the tight will be noticed that the countycommissioners Gal*.nU d Iron."e (uarjut-
; for procuring shell that could be I la on. Copper or Bru. tee all our high I

% foustd, and we can probably it ouch could be said both for anti are empowerd to issue Abbaka the gndeplatesto
I t get bonds Envllle City, Smooth Cayenne, Absolutely best Ornamental 1
agalnitt bonding the for ; no special amount Is mentioned. made by theraim
county buildinga "
on better terms from the railroad Durable, Btorm-
shell road anti, although: we think the The size of the \Issue will depend upon Golden Queen, Prince Albert, Variegated 1'ioof. onlroceu. ROOFIKG.Incorporated .

company than from any private Idea a goud one, the matter should certainly the estimate of cost of building the road, Smooth Cayenne. Finest plants, prompt .
owner; besides, it the shell can be be Investigated before a vote in ellvery. Prevents down draughts ( )
or roads, as the case be. It will be L
r procured in this county, all money taken. We know people who openly. may GEO. I. HUMsELL,
noticed that our is authorized to MERCHANT & CO. 517 Arch St. Pa.
sert that
paid out for labor in loading it into they are la favor of the shell county Orlando, Fla. Philadelphia,
ti road, because It would personally benefit bond for building road (the plural Is. a- Write for prices. ,
cars will be disbursed
among our them; at the name time. If the
countycan used) in the Is
same manner as now
provided
own people. We consider[ the facts wisely furnish its citizens work hen I -- -- t

mentioned above as tending to they need it wont, bond should 1m by law for erecting a court house OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Established 18SJ. :

brighten the of voted. f and jail, as contained In Article 2, Chapter JAS, Y BOFILL & CO,

prospects securing "The ADVOCATE was jiwt little bit 11, of Title 0 of the devised Statutes. L. BARBOT
SEASIDE
&
the shell road. CO. Fruit and Produce
INN
f suspicious in Its list Isime by no modestly The question then arises, what does I
mentioning that uegro in the woodpile !
,' and while we thus refer to the Article :3 referred to provide? Most of At Sea IJreozo Fla. General Commission. Commission Merchants
Tut ADVOCATE
: realizes 'Its ,
d responsibility matter, it would not .be out of the way our reader may conveniently consult a ,

'In the advocating an to mention the subject of suits for right- col'yof the Revised Statutes, and will The house has been enlarged to twice P. -

i 'Issue of bond to build a shell of-way, or bow the right-of-way U to be find Article 2, Chapter 11, of Title V on its original size and Improved 1 In every 'CY :a A y j- _.. ... -eia O. Boa 1039. **. L '"
obtained, and If a certain law firm inTUusvllle wav. A new building comfortably fur- ,, rI utg. KEFEREXrEHHsneiwn A: Lent
Q .
road.
Men like Chas. T. ., cs.Lc1 '
McCarty, J'3i827J. We would advise those who MOo i U1\th.C-urilee & to., l nil**" W
i could fill more titan one page" nl.hed. Bed of suit bathing, good fi.h. I ... u uW Hauk of LouUUua X. o. <> 'tt-'V ;
James Holmes R. D. Hole O' 'Ef:1S ; !
Tho
p of UM. AUVOC\TK with adrertiwtmenU can conveniently do 110, to read this log and a beautiful, wide, smooth beach 5ca.a;' 7S :a J JUuklo AM'B; John w'. Uiuwtoa, New 'b tt
it }':. Richards, 1*. J. Kevins and otb. condemnation suits. article carefully. fur driving and bteyeling.tr Oly, J. C. Hiuith: X Co., St. iJMii*. M>i, ':",1''
Ittenon, M.Claiier
Ft. Galuos Ga K.
er earnest advocates of the road, "If W many votes are to be polled on It p.I'
also! realis the reyaen.ihilitywhieh tied Hue t>f rlMnterent of the presume will need the I of county coiawt kU>n
MU upon toM"' If an issue of I also iwwtpaptft, anti we'd like county to know If the Tit work* derv it expedient ta J**"e bade. I H. F. STEWART. Proprietor. LA. New: :Sioa. see-alt Toydra Serest.

hogde I U voted, slid'! the matter it sills law flrw would be generous enough for say purpose oauilwili br "law, Ute, I P. O. ADDHKM, H-iurA, t4A. TtEiEttE\C5t: I' tlFlwwwtaa "..k. Now Orleans. Iar'ubeeat "'.. .
Ceaou.eretei .tgeurie., : AdWMet wad w CMwIt"



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of various sizes attached !stood a tre ha been visiting the Misses Nicholson, Commtssloneis, but simply for our own I I

World'* Fair mendous strain In such a sea, and It Is returned home Tuesday on the Courtney Information. )ir Sandei says that
,best Horvors- still there. Only those who have done' I the AHVIHTR Is figuring on legal advertisement COCOA ICE WORKS
"DR battle with Old Neptune's waves realize Capt. John Houston wax on the sicklist allllillg"tlon.ln the matter -
last week, but able to attend the ,
their mighty power.Decidedly I was I
of tiglet.d-wav. It I III almost tinw -
the most county comml lliollt'f.. meeting this are confident those opposed to the Ooooci F10r.1da.
enjoyable affair of week.
the season was the Progressive Whist road were more active in sending In ,

party given by Mn. Strother Smith. *t Ur. llnghlett: of Cocoa, 1I'IA1Il'CI p
\\\ICls I the cottage of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. heieliut week to atttnd Mrs. Powell, I wp retelvrd seven postal cards .
St. Clair Abrahams on Saturday evenIng who Is Ill with severe. attack of feet; against the ro.vl from Ankona and none <:: 1 > I I <; J 1 .

i the Oth. Quite a jolly party was but Is now thought to be Improving i necessary to reply to this statement.In .
case there is litigation, there are
present, and the eny -- Manufacturer -
I evening was very pleasantly Mr. Geo. F. Paddison lost !his horse I
attorneys "'h"lII. we believe, stand In
CREAMBAKING spent Mrs. Smith Is "
this
a
charming .t't'k11th "Mind BethelMewnrf
hostess and did all In her power for the of lUnlnt*. has staggers two: hones down I i closer relation to the Board than thosewhonrv ICE & DTST:F :LTVKTD W11 PEfl.
connoted with theIIMMTF
entertainment of her gnests. The playIng with tho ,
and to
Mine<< complaint vxpvctt
would
dainty was refreshments kept up until were a late served hour, when Mr. lose oth., and of legal probably advertisements Im eory.leuycd.which" we Incase ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE T/STE./

Robert Miss Florence ilodgamheft lest Thursday have never considered, tho \It''Ul'\n:
Sharp cat i led off the honors, he :.r Refrigerators, Ice (hosts, Kroecer and Water Coolcis.
being the for Mount Katie: Tl'nn.'herA she would feel that It was fortunate It .
only one present to stay at the
first table during the entire evening. will attend school during the summer secured half of such patronage! but we

POWDIIMOST The following persons were present: )Ir. term Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson acrom- believe both the I'lIpl'rllln Titiisvltlo are Lake Worth Ice Works

and Mrs Alex St. ('lair Alnaliams, :Mrs.. panted her to Jacksonville, teturning Inspirer with sutUdent' patriotism to ,
MADE. Mrother Saturday.1iiMlihl'lIS1NTATION: sincerely hope that the county 11\\ not
PERFECT Smith :Mr. and Mrs F. C.
Austin the Misses Kate F. of lie put to any expense in the way of PALM I 1IKACH VLA.
Lute of Tartar Powder. Fret Spienger,
Crape Cream Atlanta : paying for legal advertisements or Iltlt ,- ,
Mason of
; Mary Cincinnati : or
;
Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant lion in the matter. of right-of-way
Lizzie
n1 Gardner, Julia Call, Nellie\ Sharp,
J0 YEARS THE STANDARD. Florence Sharp, Annie Sams and Messrs. Till: KOAI CJUI>TIOX. C

Dr. Caldwell of Sanford; C. 11. Pclton, Collecting Insert" OE: : .. ...S. IB ITUT &s: CO.m ..

W. J. Todd, J. H. Sharp, and Robert Among the communications read before m:.\ : IN -- -
Sharp. the County Commissioners at their
Banyan. last meeting In regard to the proposed Mr. T. G Piiddey! of Toronto, Canada FJ.n.o "\7\rincs and Liquors .,
The breeze which has been haM hvcn in diva
blowing road town somv s county was one from John M. Sanders
for several days from the In the Insects around Titusville.
Brothers cultivating Cashier northeast has of Cocoa Wn believe this gentleman .KIT. mm .111 n. n.v fit.,
Hagan somewhat modified, and the surf Is With reference to this ctomolouUt, the
the road
,i,n a pines at Banyan this week. diminishing. The white-crested waves grounds opposing, but !he seems to on be conscientious victim of S. nfo 'd hnniUlo says: "Mr. W. \\'., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.

Misses Jessie and Claudie Mc- are not tossing their curly heads quite kites of Piccadilly, London a well
The misrepresentation. lie says that the the ftiiillloitrlHin Miliiku from SI.;i
so high, and out beyond the troubled known C.III'dul' of all kinds ofln"i>tts to
railroad will two-third of st.wtpsr| gallonllrKn.lIco
In Eau Gallie. get '
lean are visiting waters, along the shore there ate the bond company for the from rusty part: of the world and a : from; elm l to SI,7(1( |1..1 kflllont

Mi( ,V, W Ilardee was clown last patches of sea rippling shining, dancing shell. It is money not probable transporting that the average gentleman of wealth and leisure, who I fl t ir' ll'e :make: s f]>n::iHltr iif Niirth lane
and opalexent in the employs a Urge numlx-r of men thoroughly Inn Mcniiitaln Ivw Con, w tilnkfy, three\
buds in this vicln- morning sun.
ell getting; orange cost of transporting the shell by tho yearn.em, fJ.N' |HT gallon
The beach
familiar lookup
had with
been and entomology to
trampled railroad company will exceed thirty .I"1tAI tral., I/'It't., tf ant|",3.'It't., let),
littered with the refuse of the fireworks cents per anl. It is admitted that: specimens for him, lit sent to this :5 I'I., :;: PURE ;

Mrs Frank Harper and daughters are around the platform, is clean and white 120,000yards) of shell will build the road section of the state Mi. T. G. Pilddcy, K"KJI---6 Ital (1 III gal.. (I;3, Mil1'nrlloi ,
again and only a remains of the who has alividy been on duty in the al IJII',
few with in memory
uniting a days filends at thirty cents 'ar.I, tho cost for
per )
4th of July celebration of 18)3! ; but it Is himniotks around Sanfoid, 111111"III meting In Pry Toin will iln
transporting tiiis amount will lie thiity- were Wonder front ter, sn as can MM.
i urtenay a pleasant memory. Such gatherings six thousand: dollars: If the road can remain here thus engaged/ during much them Mi hero rent, on all onlcrIV WHISKED

Mr r A McMillan (has a number of arc"n'of liable and proper. It was James be built for tlSO, (lN) then the cost of of the season. lie Is working: with Always. >III.1| IIIOIIPV with .inlrni,

Terent kinds of grapes growing on his (s. Garfield who said : "God forbid that tran sorting shell according to our treat Industry, and has: already secured 11eaiil\ not ilea new lIi'"nh 1111......
; the waters of our national life should / many rare munch curious things in the line ilul>l.<.lni'kMint lees rrfvrviti, la l glrrnSoti.a.i.acnt.ii
all doing well. Some of them are figures are liberal, would bo onel : H to |ir> Town.
ice settle the of in tho Ill. hood of the
i ever to tfllbei\ of a waveless l fifth of the whole amount instead of twothlrdH. bug-ology neigh '
This seems to be the home ofIe calm. It
iiting e stagnationof I Mr. Sanders the shell mill city.
death the ocean of Individual says "Later on ho will visit other sections .
I grave
grape cost $:10 car. The shell will not cost
libeitv." per of the I stile the Indian I River
,
notably
Ie holders of this vicinity over fifty cents per car free on board !
property "Preparing for the FOllrth.IIUPpOIII'," the cars at the Packwood mounds, certainly country; Crud, doubtless., wihl notnegltct HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS i
opposed to bonding for shell roads Luke Worth end the Eveigl.ules.! Thenceto
was the remark, as a carpenter was seen not over 20 yards can be carriedon
Jamaica for a of months IUltlfinall'l
couple
,
der any consideration and not be- 20 at cents '
electing a small platform on the beach a car. yards fifty a to bo In : .
Luse they are afraid that a portion of near the hotel. So it proved to lie. The yard Is $10 putting the average charge Christmas.expects Florid Is known England to contain by -- MANUFACTURED BY it

I Ie money will not be spent on Merrill's day Americans love to celebrate openedup for transportation at f"> per car, the cost rare and IIl'l\lItifullnKc'ctli of
cool and pleasant with a northeast will be *H per car (delivered the aiding many val'l-1
A number these
ihnii ous species' Urge
wind, at Coronado. But about the time just half what Mr. Sanders estimates mound the and & SudloTCT
Messrs, P. A. McMillan and K. C. the horse-racing began a .. be- We believe the (shell can bo had never move daytime, Chapman <
but ,
are consequently very rarely: seen by
(reech went down to Malabar last gan to fall; not enough; however, to In our own county at les than the figures the casual observer, nnd Mr. Priddey
: mar the sport or to prevent the crowd we have given. lie also stated tho .VliVOCATR -
with Ids hind Is South
edncsilay, to look after Mr. Creech's was making an earnest elfoit to green net patiently and Jacksonville, Florida.
gathering for soon the beach was
very them In and I he is
ore and pineapples. They report orjnge lively with carriages and hacks bring get all the postal cards could In favorof persistently scooping "
welcome them and all.
to
surely -one
trees and pines coming out as well ing in the people from New Smyrna and the road, to bring before the Board For

.'ould be expected. They were also neighborhood. As the day began to and urge an election. Any one who has Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
read the know that In- ,
ADVOCATK we
close and the time for the fireworks
approached Just AVIiatN Needed
jmch pleased to find every property .
clouds had hidden the moon, vited an expression by postal from eveiyvoter --
J'vner they met opposed to bonding the and the people had gotten beneath the in the l'ounty01' or ngnnmt tar -- :) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-

i unty for shell roads porches of the hotel! and cottages for road we made no discrimination and Exclaims thousands of people who
shelter. These had been made attract In its favor but Mr. McCarty came up have taken Mood's Sarsaparilla at this ))('al'r. In 1,1khlllll\ (if Haw M.itriliO such us nlp. Potash, Kalnlt, Cotton

tive by a large number of Japanese lanterns representing/ eleven voters from Ankona season of the year, and who have noted So.Il\\c'al\ Nitrate uf Salt: rtp., "-((-.

and a very charming scene was who favor the road. We did not want tho success of the medicine In giving Hone ground; and sto.iiniHl In the f.ictoiy In three tllffeirnt plsts.ff .

St. Lucie River.We witnessed from the sands. The dining. the postal cards to lay before the CountyPineapple them relief from that tired feeling, Send for rHinililfts] and I I'llcvs. '

room of the hotel had been prepared fora waning appetite and state of extreme

dance and a splendid trio of musicianswere exhaustion after the close confinement
have been having some re- Slips .ant'd.
very
leshing on hand. After the pyrotechnlcal of a long season, the busy time

showers lately. display was over, dancing began at nine Wanted-10,000 pineapple slips delivered attendant upon a large and pressing bus *

I The Rev Mr. Frlpp and his daughter, o'clock, and, although quite a number at Georgian. Quote lowed cash iness during the spring months and with MUCK LANDS

118 Rose, have been visiting friends of people from a distance left early, fully price. vacation time yet lIome weeks distant.
It Is then that the building-up
forty remained and it was mid-night ere powers ,
ANTHONY Brtos. the jewelers
this week. This is Miss ,
past of Hood's Sarsaparilla. are fully appietl.ited. : -
the "Virginia reel, the last dance, was 2.Uf: Titusville Fla.Pineapple .
tire '. first visit to Waveland and she over. The refreshments ice cream, etc., It seems perfectly adapted to over-

very much delighted with the had been served In an Informal way dur come that prostration caused by hinge
: III two and ]half I tracts
,ace ing the evening and every one seemedto Suckers of season, climate or life, an.l"hilt! it a aero ,
have thoroughly enjoyed themselves tone and sustains the system It purifies .

One of our Waveland ladies has been and many were the thanks tendered the For sale; prices reasonable. AltIrelll. and vitalize the blood. Canal.

:anting to go over and 'Potsdam for Sharp family for their hospitality. Mr. ALFltED COX Fronting on 0 ; 'O O 0

long time, but she was just three days Charley I'elton, of Lake Helen, called off Eden Fla. Xotlee.
late the figures In his inimitable manner Apply to
as the name was changed to
and the late departures had a fine nightto
outh Stuarts on the 1st of July bhe return to their home For Sale. In lift Circuit Court, In and for Bievard ALBERT W. ROBERT

:II very disappointed when she foundut County State of Florida :
i Ten thousand pineapple plants Applyto
West Im Beach Fla=
the had not been at Potsdam but 1 W. J. Dint -IN CiiANLFin.I .

'uth Stuarts. This will be news tome Lotus. 22-4 Potsdam Fla. H. MatliriMin,
\'H. ]I Hill for IHvnrca!
' of the readers of the ADVOCATE.The Eva n. Matlwi".ii. )

Fourth of July went off 1 1uletIy 'Coons in this section are playing Fur Sale 1 T apiMtsrliiKliy the ttltlilavlt tit cum dalnant: S. H. HAPPERSETT
very tiled In the accuse l caiiMi, that the liviBiiiU it,
here, but a great many of our havoo with watermelons. Eva O M.UIUMMI 1* a noil-rwliUmt lor the ,
Strictly first-claHs budwood of the Slat of FUirlila and lever the.lre of twenty one
tsidents went up to Eden for the pic- Mr. M. M. Ramsey has erected a neat Tardiff yean, and that the .nlililPtfniluntrm.M. *. In tic,
"It fence in front of his house which looks orange. Cvnrs W. BfTLrn City of Itttri, mate nf MlchlK, and tI.atthere (Successor to Hay Jc: Day.)
Among them who went in Mr. ,
..
attractive. I. no (_ .n In the State of lorlila' he
Tpdall's boat were: Mr. and Mrs. Tyn- very 224 St. Petersburg, Jo'la. porvle.of a ant iiiirim UIHIII whim would bind
all Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams\ and Mrs the said ilef ,,ilant: II In, thrrrfore: orderrl Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints
Mr and .
Mrs. Kreuger N. W. Hogg, that the defendant Eva C> Mallie in, Iw requireil -
IVm Ronald and Master Willie left for the Fancy 1'ineapple Slips and Suckers to appear I an.wvr the ,mimilalnant'i: ,
Hogg and others. They report north, a few day ago. said bill of ixiiiiplRlnt oil 0' Iwfiire the Imh stay
laving enjoyed themselves much For Sale. of AiiKUst, isun, UT the said bill will lie taken uounfeMed
very Mr. Almond, of Rockledge: who owns mil tIIhli.ll: : : dalnant I lie allowcil la Oils -'Barb Wire Poultry Netting C.-

Mr A. J. Olds took the following a place at Lotus Is having a lot cleared "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas.". |inN'U owl furthor ex 1 ordered that said a cnpy utiiMIt ..r.till order ,

'eople In his boat to the picnic: Mr. which he Intends planting In pines, as Apply to MADIKK & MATTIIAM: lie uublUhed oni-e each week for four (en.eme
ad Mrs. Munich Mr. Lawrence Rev. soon as his slips arrive. The Palm Beach Finery, tlve week In the "110... KIVKH Auvm'ATR:, a III III
''r Fripp and laughter and other. West Palm Beach Fla. newspaper" publl.hed In catch eenumty.Witnmw .
hey all Mr. J. N. Chalker having purchased a the 1I..r.hl. Juhn U. Itreanne, Hardware
reported having enjoyed them- land of II. J. Allen is having Judir.orladc..mrt as well a. A. A. Stewart,
of
4ve.. Waveland carried off one of the piece clerk I thereof, and: the seal of old court, al tlw m
nzel at the picnic which was won by same grubbed ditched and otherwise For Hale. court h"".. In Tltuivllle, thin the Vtb lay of ,
John improved, for vegetable planting this July,A DIMM.
Willon in the
[i'i rowing race. fall. Mr. Chalker is a successful farmer Abbak'a suckers Cat- A. A. HTKWAHT.Oaulden .
e had the worst boat in the lot, and pineapple yellow ICE CREAM FREEZERS WATER COOLERS GASOLINE
!'he gentleman who let Mr. Wilson have and does not let the times get ahead of ley guavas and pedigree Xoonan strawberry & Sanders, Clerk (Ircult Court ,

boat to row told him that he could him. If we only had plenty such men. plants. Write for prices to Boll fur Compl'l. I j I Circuit Real Court i IJulyUaufK -
STOVES and REFRIGERATORS.
UI win In that boat but Johnny said I will that Mr. C. T. JAH. MOTT
, ; By request, say Orlando .i=, ,i;
Nursery!
e would never win unless he tried and Verbeke has orange trees here wlelchhave .

' certainly did carry oft the prize. plenty of fruit'I.n which never Orlando Fla. The Largest and Most Com TITVSVILLE FLORIZ i.
.Iell done, Johnny; we are certainly shed their leaves. Mr. Ronald hasa

lad you got I toW'lInderstand good many tangerines and common Pineapple Plants For Sale. plete Establishment South.


n'eneen for, carried iinminj off{ that and two the Mr.of other A.the Green for prizes the of, oranges.that freeze.never P.Plenty shed II. Witfeld their of orange leaves of Georgiana during trees ,here ha the Abakka A limited, Golden number Queens of Smooth and Cayenne Enville, GEO S.: HACKER & SON, STEVENS BROS. & CO., (.-/"


luck hunt. Well done Green. a fair crop of oranges. City pineapple plants. at reasonable rate*.

ft J. & F. M. TVLEK,
boat race was looked on with Pi"tf Fort Pierce Pinery.
IUch interest and some were very disjointed Eau Gallic. -=T-T- }Ii-. .-. STEVENS 1'0'1tf1TERGA..
when the flag was handed

,Per to a young man by the name of Pineapple Slips and Mucker
elmer: of Eden. It WM won by a littleob Hot weather and thunder storms. MANUFACTUIinilS OF -

boat Dr. Dodnon has gone to Fort Pierce Write for prices on .. I. Cayenne

*nd the home this Abbaka Jamaica ICiplcy and Queen sipn) Well Curbing and Floe Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all
ADVOCATE an order for any Mr. Watts Is expected and suckeiH to

limiting[ you need.] week. E. C. B. TVSDALL Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotlre Tile Prepared Fire Clay and

Watermelon are a drug on the marketat Waveland Fla. I and Border Tile.
II Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops .
Coronado Beach. preventMr.
C. T. Verbeke went to Titusville\ Itanana Sucker For Sale. I Zf !Save your money by buying clone at Home, and from clever men.TITUSVIIJ.I .

111&, on the 4th.Messrs. .

t north Annielrneei after aystay lnearlyra Paddison and Mount spent the Sucker Twenty for thousand sale, $40.Royal O.., per Dwarf l.OUQ.Banana Manufacturers? of : WIATIIIU itiroitr. :-

'j'Jnth' at the hotel Miss Mary Mason 4th Titusville.. Apply to C. T. VcRBEur, I
"" has been here since still he wishes 4th Eau Gillie, Fla. Doors Sash Uliiuls
February,
Bro. St. Clair say July .
The following l Is a ctnrlaratlve Itate-
yr at the hotel much to the delights
' friends would come oftener. -- meat of temperature and rainfall for the New t Smyrna 4 Livery
at Coronado. The hotel
/*" 'me noted for the many hand- Mr. Gable of New Smyrna made' Partner and Loan Wanted. Moulding and Building Material. week ending Wednesday July 10, 'M:

mr Young ladies who patronize Itt visit to Sarno hut Monday, returning onTuesday' -I&W.- -159G.-
train.Counsellor Otliceand Warerwoma King, Oppooite
*" an exciting sight last week Wanted partner In stork raining; also IMTK: MAX. ItS. MAX. MIX. -* : Stable *4-
a ,directed by Mr. J. V. Detweiler i Hall of Tltunvllle\ was In wanted a loan on stock cattle; seoul ity. 'jiiiinn trett.Charleston 4 IKI 'rJ h'14 ,

r'' Proto \y A. Sharp, half a dozen town Wednesday of last week on legal Address "C.," 6 W 71 7tha

-.r.\11' Mlows (in bathing suits) tugged I business. La Grange, Fla. S. C. III 12 MW 'II O. L. IOIIN,1'l'oju'iulol'. ..
'I' ,
.It the 7 a 70 74
heavy anchors of the "life Rev. S. F. Gore will bold services atthe
s' 'rhere 1 I") 78 M 74
ed was a very big surf on, church next Sunday morning For Sale.For H
'' Baptist Slurp
'Itcn tt M 71 1iB''M
the entire hurried
were and
party Cord
and Sash
'I.ht: evening. Weights 10 1*) tt NJto
r.'I in the midst of some huge sale sleep Ir...., 4Oftil4ft Hacks Meet All Trains.
--e>, and all of them took bigger Mr. S. F. Travis, Cocoa' up-to-date ftrt-ela ; Total rainfall for the week 2.04 Inclie
cewtltlon.
last week tonnage 14 :27-100 In -
'I wit water than they usually I merchant was In town New tail;; head-room In "Mo.Hf Hardware Departures from normal rainfall fee the l'aNHIffet'l arilbeggigi &n-
'e ."* but notwithstanding all the (Jacksonville 1alJ81'11'1ea1Mt copy) week : peas 1 loli*., Drjtarturemttu ;;;=
I .t party or trade UM of her .!.. en all HH4* iff, MM ally, afcdlMd
twa. .
they the In tU 4lIn iMmwil) ..-..H ..*... JMMMFV l.t
fought waves Ie .., ; 7
I "'m"., Tl* & down UM rlvw. Fries, 14aMrr1. Aljr| t. M wi IM Wfof ,......
and 'iiece.d d In gettlag the a right jolly nMMMr OB the C. B. T'...... Wav.l.... or Cac.PVUr Window and Fancy Glass plea tA74lneew ararllra+".. .

'I "i-m.' A good t..., folIO.... t'fWk. Pr*.id ftt
"ly-elght,"." fet with Lours about a length 73 heats of I'I Miss Dora Br***., of Boehtodgv, who soy W ..... .tf I A SPECIALTY. I NBW &MYH.VA, n.oMe.A.INDIAN .



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6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 12, 1895.

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ALEX :HEAR. tll---';

KnilUh, V.rr. How' Till. J : f4T1Jt

A woman's journal, one of the leading / c. Ji s'"rm -,. NEAR & TAYLOR

IIM ones, too, of London comment on We offer one hundred dollars rewardfor % r (8ueceii or to John Mailutn '

the Cnrzon-Leiter wedding ceremony as any case of Catarrh that cannot he ,

..... a function that "the American nation cured by Hall's Catarrh CU!?. Artesian Well Contract

calls 'right down elegant' Not content F. J. CirextT Co., Prop,

with saddling the whole nation Toledo, O. EAU CALLIE_ FLA
We, the undersigned, have known" F. ,
with an obscure provincialism, the paragraph -
PERSONAL GOSSIP J. Cheney for the l last 13! years, and be- FOU -
goes on to commiserate the
groom Here him honorabe In all business
Marion Crawford I Is Raid be and his best man their perfectly
to the upon unhappy
transactions and able to
financially WINES
;s handsomest novelist on earth, bis feature plight, alone among strangers and carry out any obligations made by their fJ and SPIRITS
i being of the pure Greek type. "obliged to do the civil to vast armies firm I

The Marquis of Lome recently hnlsh of unknown 'friends.' Consideringthat Wpn.t TBUAT, Wholesale Druggist, # nEE 11 S

ed writing a light opera libretto of the wedding took place in Washing Toledo, O. **

TI which the scene 1* laid in Scotland. ton, a most cosmopolitan city, it I is to WALI>IKO' KINXAK' MARVIX, Whole' CIGARS
: { be assumed that these English gentlemen sale Druggists, Toledo O. ETC
Ex-Senator Henry D. Payne it I till in Hall.s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
j found some one to speak to whom OF THE FINEST
i business In Cleveland, it the age of 83, they had met before outside the family, acting directly upon the blood and QUALITTeo .
I althongh he baa dropped out of politic musous surfaces of the system. Price TO
t one member of which
I Princess Beatrice of the was evidently the 75 cent per bottle. Sold by all drug &
k Battenberg, choice of Mr. Cunon as his very best gists. Testimonials free. Losley Renaker

queen of England youngest daughter, "friend" In the world. If, however,
is president of the Visiting Nurse society they did not, American hospitality is Families Supplied.
1 of the isle of Add a tablespoonful of powered borax Our
i Wight one of the things oar ITncvllaft Armaina fy Lodgings
; ; to the bath, as It will soften the water Will be Ready by Oct. 1.a bitalSi*
i Dr. Frederick Andre, who wan the have criticised as being too hearty, so it $ !
first practicing physician to locate went is scarcely powible that these young and prove. invigorating J p side Washington ave., between a.edTtrK.
t W. depot and
i of the Mississippi river, baa Just died men really suffered, as they are represented Strong alum water Is efficacious as a ADVOCATE block

in Minneapolis at the age of 93.Cesare to have done, from any serious vermin destroyer

t ,, Lombrono, the Italian crime slight The paragraph clinchingly concludes Thread a needle from the end of the M yp..tN _
I .... HODGES
nologist,who believes that genius is mad. "Bold is the Jacob who gathershis thread last cut from the spool. : : -4 & GODFREI

nose, I is of Venetian Jewish ancestry. Leah from Yankee meadows and I

1 t Ills father's name was Aaron Led weds her in her native land." From the The "AdYOcate" Job A Newspaper Offices. Manufacturers of
w American heiresses Everywhere we go we find some one
Mr. Richard Butler, editor and proprietor way are welcomedas who has been cured by Hood's Sar apa- '
of the Clinton (UK ) Public for English wives it looks as if British rllla. It Is the greatest curative agent. Yellow Pine JikiKOUOII
Jacobs are not deficient in this I
23 years, ban retired, and Mr. F. E. particular It Is one great blood purifier and nerve ri
sort of courage.-New York Times. tonic,
Pinkerton of Rantoul takes his place.The A, DKE01ED.
'JOBPRIN
Countess of Flanders, sister-in- Pneumatic Horn. Collar.Horses Orange Box .....d.,
1 law, of the ]king of the Belgians, and with sore shoulders will be a Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels, Fruit A: .If.la1l1.
rata
act easily promptly and effectively.
yet
a the Prince do Joinville are among theexhibitora rarity, it is said, when the pneumatic .1 im..ji .

of paintings at this year's horse collar comes into general use. It throumherdellveredstanypart: bill of lading Anon .<:.r av.h ,
:; :fi
] add rlrt'j:
Make own extract by
ealoa has been Londoner your orange the Fat Cna.twrite >i ,.
invented by a and is '
Jr'.eo.
IM The Rev. F. J. Sawyer, a Boston; Uni- being introduced in the leading European ing the peel of six oranges to a pint of J.,T. &for K. W. Ry.The,11 mile SawnillH..nth. .|'"t'-,!uki,, la.

vcrsalist, celebrated] the sixty-fifth year cities. The patent consists of the alcohol.In Satsuma Rights! Putnam co.FU

i { of his ministerial life a few days ago usual leather casing, but instead of beIng boiling rice, peas or macaroni, save

i lie is nearly 92 years old, but does not packed\ with a hard, nonyielding the water In which they were boiled for
,d '
look to be CO.Mme. substance the pneumatic principle is ap use In soups.

y t Carnot, widow of the late president plied, a rubber air chamber being subititnted J. M. SANDER )

j of France, has detached all the for the packing, this in turn being -Walton'I Rapid Calking Machine, ,

oibbons from the wreaths sent to her hus covered with leather, and when the fS.OO: fl0.00, ant t13.00 each In UI" Dealer In -

I band's funeral and has decorated a small collar proper inflated a flexible and I by many of the principal boat-bullder

.drawing room with them. ridding surface is presented to the In the North See pamphlets and testimonials TING DRY GOODS MM
horse's shoulders. It must be apparent I -
The mother of Aubrey Beordsley, the ,
to the most casual observer that the collar I -
artist, is a gentle', old fashioned English
in must and AND
present use cause giveman'
woman, who lives entirely for her son
noble immense
companion an
and his pretty sinter. Mrs.
young amount of pain. Owing to the harsh Choice Gr'crieslHay
Boardflley regards him with reverential
( padding, it is impOHsible for the collarto

K-fJuoK.admiration. ; adapt itself to the animal's shoulders, -i. OF ALL KINDS 4- Corn Mapes' Fertilize>x

runs in the Bismarck family. and, therefore, chafing and sundry other ,

The old chancellor's grandnephew, a ills ensue. With the pneumatic collar .
youth of 21, has inherited from his maternal FINE PATENT FLOUR.
d as before stated, chafing is impossible SKASIDE HKSOHTS. Neatly
j grandfather an estate that contains as, instead of the horse having to I
23 castles and other seats and is worth adapt itself to its collar, the collar Gooc LL. F1.or1da.
'
Where to Over the J. St. A.
,
{ a number millions adapts itself to the horse the moment it go

John Blondelle Burton, the English is put on.-Philadelphia] Bulletin. & I. 1C. Railway

novelist, stands 0 feet 4 inches and looks ---- CheaplyAND COMPOUND OXYGEN
Hound-trip tickets are sold to New
HUtoria Landmark of London.
more like. big life guardsman than a Ormond St
Smyrna Daytona, Angus-
One by one London's historic land.
writer of romance. lie has traveled tine and other places In close proximityto
widely, and his first newspaper work marks are departing. When it is impossible the beach. For rates see below. Restores strength, quiets the oerve

was done in Baltimore. He married the to get rid of them any other way, The following are a few of the well- and expels disease.

daughter of a Philadelphian. the powers that be just change their known seaside resorts of the East Coast: Proof, the most convincing, is ofen
names and pretend that they have ceased free to all who suffer Call and tee i'
Francis Parkman, the historian, was OROl'm.-One' of the finest beaches or write for further information. B*.
to exist In this Ratcli&T
an ardent horticulturist His gardens, way highwayand on the East Coast. Bathing superb ExpeditiouslyExecuted of 200 sent free.
pages
near Jamaica Pond, were filled with the Petticoat lane have gone from us, Hotel Coquina, Seller & Vlnlng, pro Home or office treatment consult
though it is more than doubtful whether prietors. Street car meets all trains.
rarest plants and exotics. Within this tlon free.
under their new names they smell any Excellent drives
plot, which has recently boon made apart
& Palen,
sweeter less desirable I)rs. Starkey
or are any more or
of the metropolitan park system of COJlO ADO.-We1l worth visit-fine
Boston, his native city, a memorial is than they were. The proposal made at a beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet 1329 Arch Street, Philadelphia. !Pi
of the board of works for St
shortly to be erected. meeting all trains and transfer passengers and
Gilos-in-the-Fields comes nearer home. beach reasonable
baggage to the at rates
One of the most remarkable old men This body is anxious to convert Seven Take J., St A. & I. It. U'y train to New -AT THE JACKSONVILLE STEAM O DI
of Philadelphia is John Sartain, the fa. Dials into St. Andrew's circus. Their Smyrna.
ther of engraving in America. Though +.--
.
argument seems to be that"no little inconvenience DAYTON excellent beach for
-
66 old he is and Very WORKS.The
,
years lively strong.As and confusion" result to rldinjr, driving and bathing. Elborden .
a boy he was employed behind the the authorities from "such the beach well
poBtoffice a boarding house, on as as
scones at Kemble's theater. His stock multiplicity of streets and thoroughfaresof cottages to rent. Hacks meet all trains above establishment is owlet. 01'<
of reminiscences of celebrities is inex the same name in the metropolis." ADVOCATEPrinting management. We positively gU3r:1Uto: '

haustible. He was the friend of Longfellow But we have yet to learn where these our work equal to that of any norther

and Poo. other Seven Dials are to be found, and SATURDAY TO MONDAY RATES TO city.

we have explored the directory in vain. THE SEASIIORE. {.--
TURF TOPICS. Parish councils and circuses is an old Commencing Saturday, June 22nd, and Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.

and popular cry, but London surely hasplenty continuing every Saturday until September Ladles Goods Cleaned! or DID:
Online, 3 :K)4) will be devoted to the of circuses already without trespassing 30th, round-trip tickets to Or-

stud this SOOHOU. on the classic Dial-Pall Mall mond, Daytona and New Smyrna will be Dying Silks and Cleaning good of.tl

Carbonate, 3:09: con pace without Gazette. .__? sold at rates shown below limited to most delicate texture a Specialtyfor n
hobbles this season. Monday following the date of sale for price list

Ryland T and Directum will clash at Ruby Mining In Burma. return MAIXHARD BROS.. Proi'

Galesburg, Ills., July. A large quantity of the world's supplyof TO Office !r.
rubies comes from the Burma mines, :New Smyrna No. 13 Xewnan St., Jacksonville.
Pixley, 3:08)i: is said to be simmering which have been actively worked since FROM : ()nnon<1. Dayton forCoronado B'cb

ow down into a first class roadster. the annexation Burma by the British Tm-nviLLK.... SI 29 '125 fiouCltjr

1 Barney Demorofit will campaign government The ruby district is about ('oroa.1'oint. ..... 1 I4 WI
: Globe, 2:U on the minor tracks this 20 miles long and 13 broad and lies at 140 ISU I2Shau
: Oae : r IS S IS 2IS :
i CASE
I year. elevations varying from 4,000 feet to Melbourne..... 2tol 2441 540S4400tls. Do ATTOUNEYS IN LAND
not
It is with Quarter tretch, 2 :13, that 5,000 feet above the sea level Some of IIIfI IIIfI 3e0FortI'tene.

\ Kaiser Wilhelm measures the stride of the mines have been worked by the natives 1.1x0 ....."...... tllMI ere 11211 60) 6256I:.' TITLES TO SPANISH GRANT! I 11

the American trotter. from very remote periods. In fact, Je..n... 11111 SIS S1} Send

I Cousin Joe, pacer, went. quarter at old workings are found over an area of 1v 11'e.t l'ahu l Jutiter Bosch. H n: T70o: yourPRINTING AMINED AND PERFECTED

J Terre Haute recently in 83 seconds, I 00 Square miles. It is in the lower clay AND FJ
< hitched to a road wagon. beds of the river alluvia, and in similar I ABSTRACTS FURNISHED

deposits formed in gullies in the hill SUMMER RATES TO THE SEA away, SURVEYS OBTAINED
Adbell to be a strong candidate for
wash, that the ruble, spinels and other I SHORE
champion honors this season, his dispo E5PC'
Homestead and Pre-
anion being to dispose of Arlon. gems are found. In the alluvia, square 1 Round Trip tickets to Ormond, But keep the Entries Defective Corrected and Perfected.
pits from 2 to 9 feet across, ingeniously
Daytona and New Smyrna, limited to the [DPrmeat
Tommy Tittlomonse I is the of Claims adjusted before
name a timbered with bamboo sunk to the
,
f are October Slat, 1893, will be bid daily un.
performer on the English turf. He re ruby earth, which is drawn up by bamboo September Both, at following rates: Money on the at Washington.solicited.
neatly won Lis fiftieth race. He is 13 bankets. In the hill wash. long open -TO- Correspondence

years old. trenches are carried from the sides ofa :New Rmyrna EAU CALLIE, FLA.

The question arises If in a race statedto gully. Regular mines are opened in FROM: : Ormoml. Iton, forl'oronado B'ch East Coast

be "trotting and pacing" a bone some places; in others the limestone is TrrnmLLi... SJ8S l 225 SIMrrltclmril
makes .... .. 170 t 4O ItfftlUrtUwvill Orange and LeLand
record of mred. Pineapple,
a 2:29), is it eligible *.... 305 111I. IoFtuMlna
to enter the 8:80: trotting list r .. 1111 10 120City By giving theADVOCATE For Sale, Cheap.
An Artist DMorlhM aa Earth....... Punt ... 3M 100 S2ftruvua :
Morris J. Jones of Aliz that she ... .. '
says There IM 120 tW {
was an earthquake in Venicenot () of
never, to his knowledge, took a step on Coquina .... 170 1611 170Hunavcntur I have for sale acres plnearL i
long ago. Mr. Henry Bacon, the *... 375 3/WI 171llnwla land on St. Ladle: river, a few
a pace or an amble, in harness or out, ..... 111II northte
380 am
i painter, who was there at the time, low Eden, 40 of which being
on the track or in the pasture. "She is KaullallU 440 400 ran of **
writes in a private letter: "I see by the tUrno .. 45o 4 oft 3S3 quarter of northeast quarter ;
a trotter and I consider A share of 4J)
pure simple. Paris papers that everybody slept out Melbourne ... 4*> 435 355Tlllutaa 18, township 38, south of range
that it would hardly be possible to make .... .... 465 44u 3M northeast qa'
her In St Mark's square, which is not true. Malabar ....... 4 to 455 3 toalaarU the other 40 is the ICt1OD
pace. -Horseman.C There was quite a shake for ten seconds, >' filii 47u 3 Airanl of southeast quarter of
.... Your Job Work. 41 flit
( loft 4 Do 4 oft township 88 south of range
,
C.bM Chivalry. and people ran out of the theater and Mtcco I ill .11II 4 JoRowland. (or I
.. .. ... The above land can be bougb
of old the restaurants.. No one was hurt, and I B15 4* ''
chivalry Spain must reoog- Hot-tUa S5u 225 455Moodier acre. It Is suitable for ploe.r
as far as I know only one brick tumbled per
Wise that of young Cuba u it appears in lilt I" 4Ollt.HU lit> lemon lime growing..
off a chimney. The gondoliers hurried So5 a*. 2n6St.Lurie. orange, or f
the manifesto of the Cuban revolutionary .... S45 S45 I 7o ') Iota of 40 K' *,
to shore, and the sailors and officers .. .{ Will\ be .old in .
committee i Fort llfro S&5 S to S toHhlMUljr be wortb
will soon
"The ashore hurried aboard the ships. Drexel's *:: Tie see ( loAnkona cash. This land
Cuban salutes in
death the
.....
T25: Too S2S per acre.
Spaniard whom the conscription has torn yacht from Philadelphia was lying in Men .. TSo Tito S5oJ Aevat<<
the harbor, and some of the Venetian .nMd.. .. ,11II TSS s 5Btuan Apply to C. H. Walton, ;
"
from
hjs home that be may.1&yin other I Wend rushed oat in scant attire beg- ....,... To TBft (to EfA..11 Job work: office; or to Robblns 4 Graham ro;
souls the freedom to which he hllDMlfuplrel. Alicia lie T 11II Tloftuttton
But rather than salute him at ring to be taken aboard. I am sorry, but Sfto :*> TIe riUeIi
hubs Hound.. S 50 56 f W
this is all there is be rn't123tion11ygottonup
to said of
y death the revolution would like to welcome our wt.iJapttrr.. ."*) see tM9
him in life. In the bosom of the earthquake. All went back and sleptpeaceably W. Him Heath: III *5o IIJ :

son of the Antilles there is no hatred. in their beds. "Boston Conductors will sell tickets from to t u w ti

Steel will answer to steel or friendshipto Transcript no-agent stations. RUBBER '

friendship"-New York Sun. SAtlsf action.
AaiM....... JOSEPH RICHAKI>*OS,
"H5 who has health has hope and h. General Passenger Agent. '
"Mr. de Peach is exceedingly fond of BRASS
who has hope eYerythln.Arabian. Guaranteed.Sen.d .
be'
good story, isn't
A crowd always thinks with its sym "I should say so. When ho gets one, rSiEEI
pathy, never with its reason.-W. R. he never parts from it"Washington -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine urn your

1 211ger. Star. No oue, $3; Xo. two, *10; No. threes $.1TltulriUe. Sew 1
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HOTEL MELBOURNE IDO 'lIonL.: PI'o:;! '
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MELBOURNE, River FLORIDA. .... ..,
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all the -1L .:, _
OF PHOSPHORESCENCE Open year round. Opted Fish josni'ii ii. DUKKII:, Receiver.
BACTERIA MY TYPEWRITER.
I ing, Hunting and Yachting. Rate, Si $
fT\V<< NRf 4 caa+w+ +.
nntchert Ma, $2,50: and .
1 1i 1t Rinr the iii'"* I. Shop upward 11 fII'o: Am Instrument of Tartar Which fa*< -
Beoom LuBlmnu. Proprietress MRS I. M. OARO.VAILL'S Lamentation. llufTI': I 'eat I "''Olltll_ -
flesh of certain animals, capen. Hilal Feature at l'urnnado--Mod: .CTY I.ia 4: .T 93,tls'sT.bl.lnF.iferlApr,13, : ..v. al. I ?' 7s. '
That the crate rated noliil oMt-nta- The deadly purMllol is a frequent mode .. .. 011:1111': slasl... ..',\t."IlOS\II.U.Ar'"Tii! 4ropm'''
could often exhibithe (comfort no
,- .. marine fishes of compnrimiii nowaday Hut the deadIT ... AMphsIes, .. .Itreenl'orsSpringt. .. ... 4al.m 4Mpmj. ,
phenomenon of spontaneous light FLOATING HOTEL lion, good 1 lUlilng, good cwklnR. Write hits .. I515a i1M'pISIS. .. .... ..l'aIsiks. .. ... .' .. .. 4Mam 4Mpm 23Apmeels
for Unit typewriter no parallel Comparedwith .... ... . 3
JI Isats. 3Msa isrpm I13pm
fU noticed u long ago as the days of all other forms of diabolism, it lists ma: :: (:ftnw": Juecthn .::: 34.', ,,: 31Npal: Iltlpm:::
"irtrtotle, but It is only within the pros- At the lUllrond Wharf al --- -- ---- --- stands unrivaled its for mischief .... . area 1122a I1:111A.: .. ... .. .. .....\Il..... .. .. .. ... 3365 ,, 241pm\ 125aprn51aa
baa Ui capacity ... ... 11aa1113e.: ..I".n. ll..rl..ItI.. .. ... IU"m 3'51'm II IliA In
cat; generation that the true cause West Palm Beach. 1101 As a cause of profanity excels .. .. I.I"A IINa Ulaa' .. .. ... ..IIt..r.I.. .. ... al3alll 1"'I'IIIIIOIIlAhI
In 1676 Dr.: Beale FOR BISCAYNE I BAY .. .. .. .. .. .
1 been made known. a Free from Flies and Mosiiuitota Sea the window shade roller, and the murderous hula .Ite'a't:1 .. .. ..I"'r..n.\.I Ar.' ... .. ,. 9iwpml* ::: .
if Tearil. In Staffordshire, published in Food a Specialty instincts it arouses in the mindsof .. 2lita .. ..Itsnfunl.. .. ....Lv IMam Iatplo, ,: ''10aa
Philosophical Transactions of the OHEAT: OBJECTIVE POINT its devotees find in their ... . .. 4111a :liMII'I"r: ..lIrll'h'', . .. . 114.Ah' Iiai.m.Cass : ..
The of E. E. VAILI, Prop. THE << expression I .. .. .. 1..I".fI. .. .. .. .. Ilmpm Iii3an,' .
instance the
Royal Society a curious Homeacekcr. IMicnjougct books, spreading far and wide the evil of I .. .. .. IIIM'Ar.. Itsrtnw .. ..I... 06IM'I'1II Vtoanq .. .. .ef0a
kind and mentioned as a possible explanation theie Stop at .... II which the is the root. I .. .. . II tap .'r. ..I'uh' tonla .. . .1.\.II.m., I. .. .,.
the stars exceedingIT typewriter .. .. .. 5ioa: 4in1Ar, Tsnq.a. .... . I.v'fl4Tpnt'' 5taaml. .. ..
that were PALMETTO HOUSE One<< my pen bounded over the pupae .. Nla 5q'.Ar. .' I.e t10pm'TS'aa
bright that night and the weather The Lemon City Hotel light as a fawn on May morn Now myfingers "I. I 41wpAr: : 'tll.i m'.n: .'.:.Iv' : .17leutn.i : ::. :: : : .

and gentle. A woman of that I scuttle the keys in ,I..". .h.ll hllno II ::1111' ai II.\ . I'rt Tsiupit, Ar II::11'1"" Thuro. ...01 ann.1't.snd .
warm wildly over .. .. . ....
.
Daytona Florida. Fri 31 Ar wr'I.s.ISit.
e awn had bought a neck of veal, whichitemed a manner for which there Is no simile. %.,,: andsat.: 4a/am.1r: Ipnl I .. "I Ilavunu 'I.e1JMlpmItal.sad5.t.b'op : : pin:: :I: :: :

r l perfectly good in every respect Rooms, without board At I.emon City, the terminns of the And<< with whnt ingenious malice my -. ... ...' ....."';\ ; .1..I.\J..II\It.Ar, ..-Ilia 1..Jii..khu\-tl..Ar. Aar, ,,
On the following evening about o'clock during the Hack Line on lliscayne Kav Airy fondest imagining are brought to t2mp Ar Entcrprlse: lvl 11111II 1\:1: ::11'1' 1.I'alal k. A r1'1', : 119 :asp I.. IIr. lily .10'..'r ii Mss
neck of veal "shined so brightly summer months. Apply to rooms, comfortable Unlit, good table, 2251'Ac ,'ni-e, 2nq'IArlisa it.nl.e Ar1'rsngwitiv Heat
the MKS. DAVIIWO'V, Pioprietress. naught a hap:: Ar t tH:11:,,! ::: : Onn'1 I.:, 2esp::.1 I23Sp:: Ac 1st. Il.Ieai.v I: 5'a.4IiSp1Ar .
terms reasonable
that it did put the woman into great Why oh, why, in the very climax of Tltllnlti: 1.,11, In" I :lMI.I.H IIII t""A Lv it: tap" I'21' .tr\ew5ngrnsl.v t'aBPiLsJaekaoniileAr
iffrightment. She roused her husband, tJf" OIHM! fishing and hunting In the my most powerful story, "The Doom of earyI,: "liIA Tvt\: : ; !i>.\r eaq'" ntaeiaJsrksnnr" elr seep
whence the light neighborliotel!. 11:1I': : ", I." Ilan'"r" ArII Intl .10' .at I." l'slalka Arl 4e2p t l lI9'h.t l'ahr..r" Ar slit''
and he, seeing pro'deeded the Dcvons, did<< the printed page 11\11 lie 194 p1 v Mnnr, Arle4ali It 4+e1Atllauthrnel.r t4e1 53 5et.AiAr
endeavored to extinguish it by HOTEL o CARLETON D. M. < 'ONNOLLY, Prop. LndyConstuieoory; "0 Iud I" when she :: ti.kland l.r 9WaH: I; 19MpArtlslnst111ct.vl I :\ : IMry'::: : Mn I. U e41k,
veal and eventually plunge 4 M, Ar :Ma-, 1.\II3M I "''I'IAr 1)1 .la. I.eIi1ry' I 3111":11 Tavarca Late ;es5Hry'IAfTArtrprln
the Lemon
Dade Co Fl .
aloud
jeating City i.t really "cried ? : I.e I II IIMt.Ar, I..hllflt I.r11a)1t 111"1'' F.Idurs'tn: I.e 1 Bums:
ing it below water, but in vain. At last Jacksonville, Florida. And<< how wan it that afterward, when l0"dplArMt/ 1".no'I III.. '._ /.IArU..ko.lII.: ., 1.-' Min II :M'I'' r I..rahurg:: I." 11101._
he found he could extinguish the light all was over and she had given WilY to -
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, wiping the meat with a cloth. The despair, she "walll'lUIIl't'lUllnjly.. 111111) I Itsllye1o'ptmidnr.'
b1 the Joint was cooked, and cer- ODno: ito PoHtoflice.x HOTEL Trslns :93 and Ta.rry thnsgh 1'lIlh..n U.t, IIh"'I.11I1t cars 'Ie.luren New "nrll sad Tamps.Train. '
next day x COQUINA x when "waill>d" was what she ought to is .",13I.-Th"'lIh: : I'ulh..h 111I1I..t 1l1""II:: esrn twluecn t''n'ln'.II.n.1 Tsmpa.v. .
ain neighbors who had seen it giving have done?
\I. ('Ot'tIS. 6. \I. A('"FILY: .
light were invited to partake 01 it All Under New Management. And again in my article on "Forgot; Ih'hI'rallllll"rlntl'u..t.. General Iaawnger. Agrnt
esteemed it as good as any they had eat- ten PiiNfuigi From Revolutionary His

en. Many similar cases of meat becoming .4. ORMOHD-BY-THE-SEA, 44.. Wry" in that nuwt lucid piece of writIng .

phosphorescent are on record. In Open all the Year. beginning "General Burgoyne hurriedly -
Jacksonville
1493 it was a frequent occurrence at FLORIDA. ," et<\ what poHHeiwwl that unfortunate ,
Padua, and during the early years of Coolent and mont pleasantly lucited commander to masquerade as
1l last century it became so prevalent in hotel for the summer months. Thor "Gonerat Bnrgoby dVliprry! Surely 'q St. Augustine
several butchers oughly refitted and elegantly furnished :SUMMER RATES and a 115
Sew Orleans that were : $800 9.00 that is a forgotten passage I would<< never
iLmost ruined since their customers con Elevator. All modern Impiovenunts. HO.00 per week wish retailed. Thus my typewriter
I ndered such meat unfit for food, and HATES:-$;.!.50 to M.;50 per day. mocks my finest effort, and I toil on, I' & I Indian River
Special by the week, and<< to Commercial (
SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are
much of it was thrown into the river. its helpU slave. Sometimes in futile

Coming to the present day, Nuesch de. Men.Only hotel that the electric cars piss Specialties at Ormond rebellion I resume my plan, but it no
scribes how the whole of the meat in abutcher' to and from depot. longer bounds<< with its original fawulike G Rnil\vny.

l shop became luminous in onelight KF" For Circulars, address, grace, and I soon return to my crut'lbondnge.
CRAPO & LeVENE, Time T.bl.I, Effect J.17 "h, "IUII.

The first recorded experiments to determine Proprietors. SEISER & VINING, Managers, So my life goes by, tormented thin All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine, Ormond and
the cause of such cases were world and without hope concerning the
Rockledge -
made by Dr. Hnlme in 1800, and from ORMOND- THE SEA. next. lien I die, the demon of the .
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his results he was led to conclude : 1. ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA typewriter, clutching my shrieking seal, South Bound. North Bound.

That putrefaction was not the cause, for will hurry buck to the abode from which : ,,
N' No. 'u s
II decay advanced the light gradually it came. -K"i:1.:: I 3t loss IS".31i'. TA.I seI ;
decreased ; moreover, in the case of COLUMBIA HOTEL THELAVASSAR- Fancy writing on a wdhot typewriter I .v dxk.um. III" i Biqa p -:-:. -_;. I.r I'"hll - =: :--:-
meat there offen I I evade Arl4A"II:".""". 10 III a 18"' I' .. ,. I." Is 1\14.1'.. ..1'I.. .. .. ... ...I... .. .. ..
phosphorescent was no Struggle as may, cannot my I.eSt.August/ur/ 10/11.: .. .. I.. V.JuIdlet..t 1111.'I a .. .. .. .
live smell 2. That spontaneous light Centrally Located on St. George fate. In prophetic vision I can see my I."II..II"IC. ? .. .. .. .... .. I., II"IM. W'und. .. I IT a .. .
was a constitutional principle of some spirit ascending the golden ladder and I.. last: _.1'"I..lkll._ .. .. .... I.v Allrl. .. .. .. .. flit a .. ,.. .
1"1. ..
1. bodies, incorporated with their whole Overlooking Old Street.Fort Marlon and Park, knocking at the pearly gate. I con t eSt Ar Lrlhtlxaka.I.IStlstls: :: .:. : :!:_:. _. .. .. I.v Ilrnsrn M"ISrt.:':':'::'::::. : ::: H:.: : : : .::: :--:

substance just as any other principle, Peter leaving his eiigronsiug occupation ArMAh Msteo .. .. .. .. Fart .'........... .111 a m le. .
and that it was probably the first prin. and a full view of the Ocean and to open the door, out of humor at Lv San Maur. II 26; a __ ._ I.e III 1.1I'.t.i ... .. ... .... ..
iple that escaped after the death of rolling breakers from the piazzas. t6 Webb Ave., Ocean Grove, N. J. being interrupted in the middle of a m'u- Ar """.....1. .Uta: I' H .. ... I." Item M..I1"'r'" ... .tI. ..II a. at. U. .:!III' .....

marine fishes. This plausible solutionhas tence. And I con see him pointing with i.vIInnoudJune..I.V. ....111.11I.. .... 11I1am Ivry. .. .. .

since been displaced by the disco,- W. M TEAHEN -H One Block from the Ocean 4- grim pleasure, not unmixed with the I:: Pun:aFa:Iasnge'na.;. : : 19a tMl :: .? :: :. :: :: : .. I.rl'a: :n. ,..I,, :: : :: ..:: .ij ip m42111; : :. ..
that bacteria invariably Proprietor of authorship, to a placard bwide<< .
| ery were present pride I. New Snitrna. a .leis I.e City I'nlut.
in phosphorescent sea water and on OPEN Jane 1 1895 c the entrance, bearing the (typewritten) I.:: link hut.. ; .. ::: I M1 :: '.:: Iv: Tltnsrllle, : :::: .. .. irtii p PI 1"1' .. ..
IeTitens. ... : I' 530a I.Ilab11111. .. .. ....? .... .. .... .. .. ..
phosphorescent meat, and that directlyor Gas, Electric Dells and perfect system Inscription I." file I.o."t.. . '"11' ....... I." Nrw Ilm, 'm... .. .. :3M r m s35p .
the due to their ............... ......................... I.. I'arst. iato' a In Iv rl Orange . .
indirectly light was of :Sanitary Sewerage. MRS B M ANDERSON. : rrmTrial TPi.wr1t..m, : Iv: ,I. : ::::..I: ; I: . .. I.vI'aytna: : :: : :235pm: : : ? .
agency. : ml FE, nmlH, ANUNKl/ter, : Iv s:. OatlIIs.. ... .. p .. I tl3IIa.. .. Ar Onnond..3. : CI p n'. . .. ..
With regard to the conditions under OOBELOW.; LvSarnn '" I' .. .. .. .... J.\ ...... .. "
i.............. ........... .. ; I.? M..I1"'rn.. .. .. aA1p 12o2p .. .. LvItrnintiJ.."".... ... .. ....I .. .
which these various ODDS AND ENDS. .
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organisms .
micro I.e St 1,1,10. .. .. 623 .. .. .Ar Fs.t: I'alatka 325: p mArFartl'hres. .

can produce light it has been found that The shows 4,000 musclesin -Life. I.e Eden; : .. :. : : :: : : :: .4e.. .. ..I:. Aan.Its. late Mate.:,. =,...h4M1pm =.. ,..,T71.I..n..n ; --
temperature has a good deal of influence. microscope ELBORDEN HOUSE I. th. Pa.4"I .... .... 8S11' .. .. .. :" :'::": TipmI. "
According to Ludwig, a piece of meat a common caterpillar and 28,000 eyes ...... .. skip/ .. .. .. A-I .I Iarku..I.I, I 1l.vl4ll1.rt. 1-.
live entirely in the past," she observed LrAllr/s./ ... ... ... fl"I' .. .. .. .. I.v I'.. .... aMI' ul .: ...
remained luminous as low as 14 degrees in a dragon fly. sadly. I." 11..1. 1kmd" Ann II .. ... .. . t 11a.tugs, ... .... .... .. -
below zero. Heated gently in a tube overa A well cremated corpse of an average On the Beach, 1."W..IIII'll..r.... II III' ... ... Ar Mt. AIIII".tI",...., 6e.' I' '''j.. ....,. .
"Ah I" I.eltlvlrra.. . .. 415'I' I." lit. Aagurllos. taw II fill p m . .
water bath, it was still phosphorescentat sized man of 164 pounds weight leavesa lie did not understand her then Ar at I'alnt. lle.<<'h .311 P .. .... ArJa''ksonvll,. .. AIM' 8 1111' a ...... .
80 degrees, but at 40 degrees ceasedto residue of but eight ounces. Opposite Daytoim.is lie did not understand her until he _

emit light. Bacterium phosphorescent Veal of the fashionable white hue is had met many more women and dixcov- A. & W. Branch.

does best between 15 and 25/ degrees made by fattening calves in the dark. NOW OPEN. ered that it wan their common practiceto Ii'11'TII Ilul'Nli. NOIITII )IOIIX ;.--
but Tilanus and Forster provedthat Cows kept in the dark yield milk which live entirely in the past! after they -
it could live below zero. When makes white butter.A First-class table; comfortable, airy reach a certain ago.-Detroit Tribune. -STATIONS; = o.I N;;: So a'rATIONB. No a "=

kept at 85 degrees for a few minutes, its beggar who died a few weeks ago rooms and pure drinking water. Ke Lr New' Suvnia'T 1 455 .I- .. n. ('It" dnna' 11"1'1']... 1

luminosity disappeared, but on cooling in Auzerre, France, was found to have need Rates for :Summer: $7.505.00 Social Ain. ltl..*. ;:. (I lake': Il.len t'lty 937a 5 isi: .:' :: lake el'lly toles n I Wa :: ::::.:

returned. 1,000,000 francs in bonds in trunk and and $U.00. Apply for rooms at once to At the social: tr tl.'ItyJnnn. :_. 545r .. .. A' New Smyrna III.... .. I

If, however, it was kept at that temperature in his cellar 400 bottles of wine of the SYDNEY IIAIGIT, Mrs Flim-Wonder why it Is when ,
hatweonJarkstmvllleaudlit. AiiKii.tlnaTrain I
All train
for 15 minutes, its power of vintage of 1790. Sea Breeze I'. 0., }'Iorilla.O. Mrs. Dazybell is. talking with a gentleman i'l,V ilally, p{ and 7H, wmth of Ht AiiKimtlim, tlally:: : .io producing light was permanently lost. she invariably stands up. I.* it to Train 'wcTury Monday, WiHlii.......)' and trliuty." Train. 210 every Incmliy. TbumlayH.itunUy and
Aa to the in which the bacteria .
manner show her form to full advantage TI .5 Tlme-Talle alias. the tines. a' .. hlih train may lieripiwtnl to.rrlvt anti ilf.rt| from
produce the light, there is still much Mrs. Flam-It is only habit, my dear. the net .r il .utlon.. lint their. arrival or departure at the Iii,,.. .1.1..11. nut wiiarantml, nor d< e*
research needed. As Hulme found in n. VOSS. In the shop where she used to work the the ('u ipany h..III"U re.pon.ll fur any delay or any ciiiuwiinimif.. arlnliiit therefurna..
1800-and his observation oeeh J. it. S A'litoTT. Jl8t:1'IIIIIC'IIAIIIIIION,
aa since
saleswomen wero obliged to stand, you -'TB-rrenlilt.ilt. irn'l l'a.wngrr Ant..

not repeatedly assist connrmecl phosphorescence.-putrefaction The light does IN] IAN RIVER HOTEIJ, know.-Button TranscriptWould

producing bacteria are unable to do D. ConTcoUnt. .

their work in a substance on which the "What a great pity," said the sportsman
putrefactive organisms are growing, TITUSVILLE who wanted to take his catch

and as soon as decay is fairly advancedthe home "that our fish aren't more like
s ,
light altogether ceases. Indian Rivor. our office boys. Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

The presence of oxygen appears to be 5 Fla. "I don't quite see the connection,"
M essential, for the colonies will only replied his friend.

give light on the surface of the culture O H. VOSS, "Then the longer you kept them the Printing orders and you will be satisfied.
medium where they can have free con fresher they'd get.Washington Star ,
tact with the atmospheric oxygen. This MANAGER.

gas however, is not essential for the i r"1s 't A Doabl Lit..
We of the bacteria. They will grow Inall I Open AU The Year. lIe-Did yon know that Jimkins had

atmosphere of hydrogen or carbonic been living a double life for the post
acid gas, but under such conditions will six months?

not produce light Apparently it is not i Only afew minutes' She-Not I The horrid wretch.

necessary for the colonies to be grown Aa Y .n n xn 7,1. r T yi walk from Railway stations He-Yes ; he gave up single life when BOAT !WORKS
i to the light of the sun, for cultivation b tt ta i a t -5 ,( I \ and Steamboat landIng he got married.-Detroit Free Press. FLORIDA *
made In complete darkness have been ayeFi, r r *. ,

found to emit light as readily as those / it On the banks of the DoBbtfoL
t !TOWn! in daylight When it has been far-famed Indian River.Ey Husband (at the breakfast table-) Melbourne Indian River Florida.

decided whether the bacteria are in What i* this, chocolate or coffee? t/9 .'tod
themselves phosphorescent, or whether UNDEn. N3W A.a-EnKENT. Wife-Why, can't yon toll the differ ed

,, they are so only by virtue of their prod- Babe between! chocolate and coffee :: e;
acts, there will still remain the further Husband-I always thought I could

problem of the nature of the phosphor"oonce Window DTMB(. before.-Brooklyn Life. ==

itself.-Knowledge. THE FASHION PLATE. Applicant sue yon advertise for a =cd CS ..-3......
window dresser Thorough Ab.. eels
Th. BleyeU Demand. Rose pink and gray are used together, Dry Goods Merchant-Yea, sir. Have An old gentleman, who was very absentminded >-

It is doubtful if such a condition of especially for evening and dressy cos :you had much experience often had to ring for bin "gS:

&awn: as exists at present in the bicycle tames "I arranged the window display in servant and say : bjz :
MMneu has ever before been witnessed skirt the store I worked in last, and every "Thomas, I am looking for something IQ s:

by our naturally wide awake dealers A sleeves new idea of is figured a dress material with the and the woman who passed stopped and looked and now I can't remember what =$1:1> en >- c::::=

Scarcely a leading manufacturer of and in it fa. I : ; !:::Z:
*heeU but has found hi. sales-through waist entirely plain. "That's something like. You're just And then Thomas would suggest : tJ 17

gen b greater In number than he ever Vests to be worn with tailor gowns I the man we want. By the way, what "Your purse sir or spectaclfsor checkbook OcS ........
opposed it was within his ability to are made of bengaline and various kind. line was your firm in'" ?" and so on, until the old gtutle- ct>> -
gather-so far surpass hi. most sanguine of silk, both saucy and plain. They are "Mirrors. "-New York Weekly. man would say at Lift : "Of course C"-':) tr.j
pecutions that he is today unable to closely fitted and buttoned down the that' it. Thank yon, Thomas. "

i apply to any appreciable extent the front with horn buttons. Mrs. Frederic T. Oreenhalge wife One night the old gent lemon hud gone : :::::::=

tot extant, steady and increasing demand Clover red bergere which U a deli. of the Massachusetts governor, is at the to Li room, all were in bed, when
high grade wheels apparent on every cate pink like the tint of a seashell head of a committee which is briny get Thomas wa startled by hearing his I '*

ban4.-Hardware.. creamy :yellow, mauve, gray blue row ting together an exhibit of historical mattter' drooui" bell He dished upstairs : JIoatH haultul out and Ilcpairotl at tho 1ovoMtIign'es.

pink and :yellow green in various shades portraits and relics to send to the Atlanta and threw opco the duor given to ortlorH.KHtuiiatuH .
With Tars I. Br Eye the most fashionable colors.A "Thoma aid the old gentleman, J'roinpt attention
exposition .
are among
She I all kindH of bout..
was thrown the world. and ivon on
on h' fur something now
"I re
new sleeve has the top perfectly Mr Gladstone is pacing the time in came up
Merciful heaven she gasped. what It wan. for'tbr'Celebrated
plain fitting the shoulders smoothly.About arranging his correspondence and make I can't remember Atlanta

*ewld Considerable Before; here see turf struck was it knocked off the seam is tour a rnchlng inches below of frayed the shoulder out silk ing episode extensive in note his career regarding for the the principal assistance "Of'Waau't connie it,to" said go to the ted old sir gentleman?" WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.

anybody could reach her she foil Below this are two The "*o it was Thank you Twma.t.u I
of his
had plaited very biographer premier
risen and was swiftly leading her r.t. A. T. ROSE.INDIAN
Pllllydelphie .
ae7cle puffs of the material. Is in excellent bfslth. .
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; 8 e INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JULY U, 1895.



,Itd CJIOI: d South Dade, the New River and Biscayne THE ROBBINSiGRAHAMl
t QUI':STION. countries may thereby be diverted

or to a certain extent stemmed and that

ItOKOIAXA' July 8' 181*;. some of the colonists who will pour Into
the state during next year would settle I8akins'l Paid Up Capital 25000.00,

Editor Atlrncatf: along the magnificent shell road, whirl :

{ At last tiring are takl.ig proper shape would milder be winter a counter climate atttraction of Bay Biscayne to the oj LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE,

and we will now know "where wear -and Increase of population would be

i at." I told you In my letter (which you Increase' of assessable property So that 3 We have for sale a large list of
refused to publish) that Merrill'* bland the taxes levied two or three year hence carefUl|!Y|
would come out for honda the wa w Ith the bonds provided for would be no ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties
greater tban at This U how we ---
present. -
'f assured the proper proportion of the believe matters would work out.] -. ---------- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Li J

i bond money would be applied to the Inland fortune that overtook our state last winter The Fourth at Dnjtona. Canal and Transportation Co. /;t I

road. N'ever-the-less, Charley Ma oi.rosin> TO IIONDINO.IJRAXTLtr that there Is nothing that the peopleof
{ruder had a paper In his pocket slgnec Brevard county could do, which would "The day we celebrate" was duly ushered CANAL LANDS

s 16 Georgiana citizen, and 8 or 10 of redound to the credit of the county so In by a forty-four-gun salute, followed Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A; Key West Railway I ILands.
by ,
,>1 FI.A., July 0,1805. number of volleys Disston Company'". Indian River Loan and Investment omp ,!I
equal <.
Urantley which declared the signers to much as to carry this road to a success by an and other Low Priced Lands ?,. I IIVIonoy
i be opposed to the Issue of bond under Editor AdcoeaU: ful completion and give a stranger a from the Halifax Rifles, say the Citl-

circumstance and nearly all are in Please give space to correct your state chance to visit all portions of Incomparable zen. After the parade and the minor to; hours Ll-TO-a-yei on Un 1lc1.
any ;
At Ten cent, in sums to luit. |
r favor of a special road tax We would ment In regard to my position taken before East Coast either on foot, "bike"or events such as tub racing threeleggedracing. per
,
Price List of Carefully Selected
i1 like to know If there I I. a law regulatingthe the Board on the road question, horseback.: On the burning ashes of a sack racing barrel racing, and Write for Descriptive Properties

sale of bond? Have the commissioner which for your benefit and the benefit of great Chicago a greater Chicago now the like, the crowd gathered at the armor Titusville. Florida.FredTsTChaffee .

power to accept the highest bid, the public and justice to me, I will once stand Why not apply this to Brevard for tne usual exercises of the day

or must the bond be sold at par ? Also more define. county for In my opinion It Is a fair Speeches were made by Rev. Mr. Bingham -

1st-I opposed the bonding of our comparison. and Hon Charles Dougherty. The :
I what the shell will cost In the mound ? & Co {
Some of u* would like to make an estl county for road purposes under any clrcumstances. Yours respectfully Declaration was read by Prof. Parkinson, t

;" .ate of the cost of shelling the road for LAWHEXCK' !: C. MOOKK. of Lake City, the exercise being interspersed ,,

: our own satisfaction. 2nd-In case election was called we with music by choirs and the

t You have awakened the county to the claim our share of the bond money andI BANANA IIIVKR SECTION. cornet band. After this the population } THE CORNER DRUG STORE

11 necessity of good road If Burchflei's [ demanded that the call for such election seemed to move In a mass to the beach

estimate exceeds the $200,000 limit, do show that we were to have the Thrifty State of the Orange and for the bicycle and horse: races, etc. Fireworks

sl Lemon Trees. and a concert by the band from a FLORIDAWe
d not let the matter drop, but let us have money. TITUSVILLE -
3rd-That In case of election that all float In front of the lawn had been plan
1
a special road tax. Go slow but sure, BOSTON! MASS., July 9, 1S05.Vrmrt. .
r # and gradually build good roads over the the facts must be put squarely before Graham Walton ned as a closing scene, but the rain In-

i whole county. Good road and good the; public as far as possible-right-of- terfered. The young folks went to the try to keep a full stock of

4 f I school are a necessity. Let us not go way, width of right-of-way estimates of! Dear Sirs-Please find enclosed $1.50 Seaside Inn and christened the large de- Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quality,

Into debt at present when the chances cost, amount of Increase of taxes, and to pay for another year's subscription to lightful dining-room which Mr. Stewart Purity Freshness and Quality in Drugs Is a very Important matter.
'It
all such points, so that each voter can your bright little pink paper. I am glad has just added to his house with a most
I the bond would have to
are carry eight that several articles have Toilet Articles Wall
1 appeared In Stationery Cigars Paper EtcEtt
1I0lree.Remember .
'. 1)0 per cent Interest to sell at VOcts on the cast his vote Intelligently on the subject. enjoyable ,
the ADVOCATE In regard to the Banana
,, r Now, I wish and all others to putIt
If free7.t'IIand fever you
;' dollar. yellow spare minds Rivet section which I I. the most tropicalof [ the ADVOCATE, Titus- We run our Business In "Up-to-Date" Methods. =====
down In that I am opposed
"I' I ; the state, In two years we can correctly to bonding your and I believe that the above any portion of Brevard county. The ville, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus nr- Special attention to mail ordeis. We will try and fill your want* uj aaJ
", j estimate our future prosperity and our recent freezes are a good test. After a share of your work.] just a* well as if you called in person. All orders for goods In stock shipped 01 1
p ,; II ability to bear the burden of bonds. course will open the eyes of many peo- the second freeze from day they are received. We want your trade.
II we shipped our
pie that might bo deceived Into 'favoring
t... I: t A. B. CAIITEK. the measure, and their good sense with place, just south of Arteitla, orange and Genuine linrgaliit! in teal

1 lemon I, and got a very fine price for Estate. t./
the facts will cause their opposition. THE BEST FERTILIZERS
t. 1I I\if (There Is a law regulating the sale of Yours .hem. I have just received a letter from -
the bond*-see the special law which very truly, our man in charge, who ha had twentyyears' No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock
apl.eanln this Issue. The bond should CIIAS. MAohit-nE1i. land at Sharpe postoftice; about 300 feet
t, I : go to the highest bidder, but cannot be experience In the orange!business. front on Indian River: and runs back to With a Pure Bone Basis, are Manufactured by the
sold for les than 05; of their ne he wish I was down there to of six
i 1 par value. [We did not take stenographic notesof says see county road; ha upon it a house
Charles T. McC'aity expects to hate Mr. Magiuder's remarks before the how thrifty everything looks; that we rooms, almost new; cost of house$1,000;
I : figure for cost of shell and transportation H>aidof county commissioners on the i have the most remarkable place he barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO
;, 0" of same In his report to the board road but grove[ of 500 large bearing trees, In fine
question were careful to
report
knows of in the state and that nobody ,
il) j of county commUsIoueis at their next bill position exactly as we recollected it. condition before the freeze and will\ soon
could tell there had been freeze. Remainderof
ever a
meeting recover and bear good crop.
N Our Is to the We
"Ii I The law does not permit a special road remember memory distinctly up that he average.said: "If Our orange and lemon trees are heavily land cleared, and is of best quality for OP PAWTUCKET, R. I.

tax exceeding three mill*. This would ilerrltts Inland gets her share of the laden with fruit, and bananas and guavas vegetable farm. This property was held There Is nothing like Darling's Pineapple Grower to make tine italkjl}
al J only secure about 8.000 per year, and is bond and the right-of-way is firm at $9,000 one year ; will\ sell today -
; inadequate. It would be thrown away made of money uniform width, there will be no are growing thriftily.We for $3,800; $1,000 ago'i 1 and $2,20(1( plants and solid, sweet, juicy fruit that will ship well. We also carry \in stock I
; every year and we would have nothing opposition at least little to the have a fine young nursery of 1,000 may remain on mortgage. This Is a 50 and 94 per cent Sulphate Potash, Kainit, Nitrate Soda, Flour of Sulphur Bright
!j.ij to show for It. What have we to show road from Meultts I IslandWe very think trees, less than two years' old, that were most desirable place for a home, good Cotton Seed Meal, baled Tobacco Stems, Granulated Tobacco Stems, and ,-racked
I t for aU the raised and bone for chickens. Write to before elsewhere and ,
money expended location, close to postofflce, school jy us buying save monej
these were his exact words; we may be not affected one particle-not ever lowing
i for roads during the past ten I'Ii church etc. and In a nice neighborhood
years ,
Messrs. McCarty Paine Hoke Branch Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville Fla..
,
wrong. leaf and about little
I : If we cannot sell tliO bond at par or coloring a ; 1,600 The bare land alone is almost worth the
r I drawing six per cent, the ArMCAiK: Holmes, Richards, Ilaulee, Jones, Burch- trees, less than one year old, that were price asked. Rear of 28 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main and I
will come out opposed to the road. Itch and other reputable men were prosnt. [ Laura Streets. O. B. WEEKS, Agent By Send for Pocket Memoranda Book,
] not harmed.
Possibly they may remember what No. 2. Thirty acre tract with houseof
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I fir Magruder did say lie did not My wife brought home some orange eight rooms, artesian well, large portion -

i Tin: SlmI.I4 HOAU.I peak from manuscript, and may have ilossoms when we left-March 18th. ; cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat E I.IRRA: : Y
a f "_- forgotten himself what he said] People at Rockledge could hardly believe Sarno, near Eau Gallic. The land ,
alone I 18 worth more than price we quote,
OAK LCIKIK, FLA.ulyfl, '04. run ouANon CHOPS AND heir own eyes; but there was the proof. 2,2oO. The owner refused $3 000 a year Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r

t I L Cditur A'hucnte: KOA1 O.UKSTIOX.CHICAGO. The beautiful green leaves on our trees ago. He must sell without ,1 all the winter were surely a contrast to has authorized us to take .2,230: ; $1,250
I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Dear Mi'-As you have kindly offered cash, balance may remain on mortgage.
in other
what was seen sections of the
: : lo give us all a hearing in regard to the ILL., July 3, 180;;. state. No. 3. One hundred and thirtysixand Staple & U'jinoy Groceries, Fruit.

i road, I feel that we of the east side of 85-100; acres of land at New River. And Food ProductsOf
:1:1 Editor Advocate: We have one of the finest beaches In
Indian River have a right to be heard. Three-quarters of a mile water front All Kinds. Also My Stock of
i We fall to see wherein we of the cast Dear Sir :-I note in your Issue of the state. All we want Is transportation description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and

bide at Indian River will, in any way, June 28th replies to my Inquiries con- acilitles. I believe we have one of the 8) of section 13, township 50, south of Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal\ ,
42 east. Price $1,000 for the
+ finest sections in the state, and one of range
cerning the of which will
n' ever be benefited by said road. The crop oranges whole tract or less than $7.50 per acre; Ground Food and Wheat.
road will never be used by us; the river be produced on the Indian liver this the best portions of the entire Indian or we will take $10 per acre In forty I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above lint!

II must always IMS our road for communication winter. I fear that In my hastily worded River country. acre tracts. We believe a purchaser Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and .oIlc1t I

t!I with the rest of the county. appeal that I made myself misundertood Respectfully, E. S. EATO.V. can sell this land and double his I your patronage. Very truly
money as soon as steamers beginto 33. L. :an.ADY.
I as I had no desire to Issue a
With all the losses have
f we gardeners
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run through the canal next -- ------------::
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, II' had the past season and the lookout challenge, but do consider it of the FOR SALE. December. We own this land our-
Importance to those who have selves but need to develop other
I ahead for our garden produce, It seems greatest( money
I been lens fotunate than ourselves to enterprises, hence offer It at a price DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
!bond
4, wrong! thing to this county to PINEAPPLE SUCKERS (ddt which will Insure early sale. Buy this .
know where they can obtain wood for
j build shell road when not Inf
I a one man land and double your money.
a hundred has a hoise, mule or wagon budding next year. There will be a AND SLIPS.
C + + + No. 4. The north three-fourths of
; i' to use upon It-much lees the means of great; demand for It, and we who have southeast quarter of section 7, and of

f 1 buying and keeping the name. We hate been spared should do all that lain' our Egyptian Queens. lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & C M'I

; I the railroad; we have the river; we also power to assist our less fortunate neighbors Red Spanish.Pernambncos. of range 41 east, containing 150 acres.
Hence I would ask to reconstruct This tract has a large frontage on the
i ; of hate interest you
very many us, money to
two miles Fine
St. Lucia River, from the rail- Groceries.
letter that It will offence ,
so cause -
my
Even the
pay. taxes on our property road crossing. Price $15 per acre.
tt no one and keep It going.As White Antlqnas.

.' t was u this, In many)'el1r.cases Who, a will serious it matter benefit to? a tax-payer I presume a word would Finest and Best Suckers and Slips on 37 No., south 5. range Lot 4 of 41 section east, containing 32, township 71 Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all ktt S
lot be amiss from me on the road nubeel. Lake Worth. Prompt and quick deliv-
J k -the whose Itpasses This tract has a quarter of a
1 men through property acres.
If I am rightly informed about ery. Write me for prices.K. .
I ? the who live far back from mile front on the St. Lucle River at CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE. -
men -lOths of the burden of a special assess It. I-AKKIN, Went Palm Ranch, Fla. Stuart Station. Price $35 acre.
1} the liver and the hundreds of familieson ment for this road would fall upon nonresidents per jyAgents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.
r the east side who will never even seethe and as I come under that class No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres,
I 1 want to say road first last and all the fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton
PINEAPPLE SLIPS. Very Truly, DDvirOXX cb Iy'oastor.
p road-unless they make a trip on time. And if It has got to go through ..... eights, one mile south of Cocoanut _____
: purpose ? The work "will give employment my place you can't get surveyors on Grove. Price $5,000. This price may
J.' ;j :l to many men for awhile. Men on there too quick for a right-of-way. > ---- AND SUCKERS seem high but if you will try to buy any L. E. MVMX' Frwt. s. O. VANLANDINOHAM, See. TKO

tilt I ,I the west side having teams, like Mr. It seems to me, in the face of the min land fronting on Biscayne Bay, in gasp l PHOENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.
t location, you will get your eyes opened ,
i :: Nelson, twihans will be clad to advocate FOR SALE as to prices asked in that section. This
'I the road. That 1* only natural and tract is the only desirable parcel we TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

{ right, because it would make them pay California Orange and Lemon Of the have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. Incorporated October, 1894-Sueceor to R. Hanson ..a Co.

their way. We all need all the money Following The price asked and $5,000, will yield us a Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber

we can get honestly and fairly. When a Budwood and Trees I Egyptian Queen, fair nothing profit similar can we be are had satisfied at a much that Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched

t county 'ls to be bonded for such a large Smooth Cayenne, higher price. This tract will no doubt lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covert and cypress tanks of all sia

,,1 + sum, we think the matter should hate FOE SALE. VARIETIES : Golden Queen, be told within a few weeks made as called for. All Kinds of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Wort i

: i4 ,been voted upon by all tax payers. We VARIKTIFSW. Navel Valnnrte Lt (or Entitle City No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres Specialty One of our firm U a contractor and builder of many ;years' eiperien

are all too poor to feed the "white cluphant" strain ol ll"rt'.TarUIlT. If lrer"rrtltl. M U. close to the depot and post office at Mal- so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construct'

,' } we shall have upon our hands; aeeet Ulia,HluiMl Jaffa,, Uancy' TJh..8atuui,,, Kt.. Ruby Mlclutel nluucl Or-, abar. Large house with upper and lower and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms sad o

for, like Shylock, the "pound of tlesh" angel, Magnum Ikinum, Mid Jlh tAU"al. Urd..n IC" Orders now taken. All first- veranda costing 100000. 7 rooms; In the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere
I I must I* fur at tout MO each of the |at two fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn Solicits
t -mu.ate paid. If every tax payer In arlDtbta.: Tko ices Lichen /euon,1'illairserEureka : *, lass plants, and early delivery. Apply etc. Most all the land I II cleared; 100 -- Correspondence and Patronage
i, Brevard had sent hi Royal tleaaina, liolair rrt-iulum sad I trees .
county 7,000
"yes" or large seedling pineapple
Imported" Skill l-eiiloin. limit peat Nil' and to G. C. MATTHAMS,
"no" in regard to the shell road to the ur*arrival anil aatliraetion guaraiitrnxl. Plenty This will make a nice home for anybody. RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T, 'l Ga0Notary .
( reference on s.1 Iieatluu. Hud race Florida Pineapple Co., Good neighborhood. Price only $1250.00. FubUCAlwsncee4f'
ADVOCATE: and list of the Lad i lau
a names 00, HJSoiwr lnoo, fio per Soon, Schuss I .
been printed for the general public, It per lou,cub .ttb order. Addmu. : West Palm Beach, Fla. NOTE::-The above descriptions will
would have been better. If the people I. H. CAM MACK, - -- -- enable customers to locate the several Florida
Real Estate Exchange
,
i (Cut this out for ref) Whittler Calif.
closely by
on the west side want the road-and properties very examining )
( one of the J., St. A. A 1. R. R'y com-
surely they are the only ones who will pany's railroad maps, but we will be

i I ever be benefited by It-let them assume 'I' Orange, Lemon and Grapefruit pleased to send special map on a Urge ty Write us for descriptive price list

the bonds and pay them. Every reasonable 8TANHA1U VARIETIES scale on application, to parties who
I mean business and Intend to buy. If they POSTOFFICE BOX 1 6O. -
person knows that that road will Buds and Scions For Sale V
: "'_ -r AJACKS can find such a bargain as they want.
.never be of any use to the people of the .. -y MELBOURNE. Brevard Co., F.
I am |> .I'a"{ '" to furnish eye bud. Orange I VA ROUBIXS: GRAHAM Co.,
ait aide of Indian River, and I, for one, cud Uiiuou. ,at f' per luu, *i |I""r ln.>. Not !*.. DNVitt u_____ __ __ ___ _ __
than 60U of any one orl at thouiiud. ran. 4)r ie| A Titusville Fla.
I consider it wrong that we, a* tax payers fruit.eye bud. H per luu. eta per I.UW. Orangelemon ____ _____ __ ___
sojourn I -- --
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will have to bear our share of the and Grapefruit I terminal Kraft*) u Lumber and House Materials *-
$J ier IOU' fit per (,Ise. No dinouunt on Uric Building
r burden orders for *. All bud and cclon cent ,
punt paid to you, rnaranued to reach you In
Yours truly, good order. Iin. had large xperi..-: tUorughlr id
C. V. LATUAM. understand all detail. 8atufactioa. **- *, ii't Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Nails
.
.ur.d. Tense: Cub with Ordor. sand. ,
your order for fuSers delivery,>o 1 may be |>ra-
d to Bll order jiut when wao"* Get your CLOCKS Builders'
t [Our argument in such canes a* the buds and icloui from rollabU aourvc Hardware
i above It that a very small portion of the Address. : C. 8, Kl'KUt-SS. ,
cost of the road will come out of C. K. Rlv.r lde, Calif. Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty
Latham and other home people. We Florid Ref.inr : (I. If Norton. 0. 1>>>. (1f.

believe the road will prove such grand ford F.; W Savage Itrf.remwrang.e. IXutl. its.l'ifoieia tj,. Rink, At .AXTHOXY BROS., C. F. PADDISON, -

advertisement and attraction for Brevardc T K. AH.Ht.r. M.. M. n. Van floe,, w.t Psr rf.xprvu s, F !
unty that the tide of travel which has : aged IUwerol..l.alll. THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE, FLA 1'lTlTSYJLLE. rLAVand EAU GALLIE
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