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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00140
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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

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rol. 10. No. 24. TI-TUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1895. Price, 5c


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- LOCAL NEWS (tend This! Column Carefully Shark skins and oil needed. See ad. I -Prof. Graham Is one of the prominent A HIII'lt"'It'Cl!' Muritrr. A New Postollice.
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on 8th page. guests! at the Palmetto House, .

nd TOPICS of General Interest. TICK -Mr. I). S. Hutchtnsnn has had bin l>ajtona.Mr. A colored! man named Watts was arrested A new postoffiro has been established
EAGLE CI.OTIIIX In the
ADVOCATE block TltusOlle STORE are the lot, on the west of Mr. Fred. F. Taj lor'* Geo. M. Robblns left for De- at West Palm Beach last Saturday atSn>den, Dado county, I'''., three mile
In tionnrcllon ,
1h ,,let,Blucnyne and General Bay, OoHlp Lake Worth Indian leading clothiers on the East Coast of hotel property fenced In. Land yesterday to attend to law mat- night, charged with causing the north of Hobo Sound, and three mile

with Florida. Give them a trial. named) south of (Gome Henry A. Heckler ha
Banana and Halifax Riven. Key Went -Mr. J. O. Walton has been spending ters. death of another man of color

and allotheelml.ortantPoints. along the a couple of days at Eau Gallic this -Dr. F. W. Craven has moved his Babe England, who was picked up In an lnH-n appointed postmaster.
Count of Florid Brief mention of WHERE to See list of hotels
Ext stop. on unconscious\ state, but died\ shortly afterwards
dental office\ the
l. Events from V rloun Part 7th week, looking after his pioperty. to Ray building, on .
Inttrrotlnic our
page.A ; Anollrerti'cddlug..
from the Injuries he had received. -
".
..f the World! About People You Know Washington avinne.Mrs.
-Cheap Saturday.t-Monday excursion -
Another manEd.: Rowland,
mid People Sorlrty You Jdltor.'llcn Hon't .KnowPickedp rn,L line of Munyon's Homeopathic rates to New Smyrna, Daytona and C. H. Stewart and little daughter : ) 'olon..l-wa" also arrested on the supposition Tho marriage! banns of Mr. George

f ?, by our Remedies atCIIAFFEE Ormond. See Oth page. Gladys, of Melbourne, are visiting Marx to Miss Rattle Hale, late of Titus
that bo ha.l" hand In causing
A Co.. Druggists, : relatives at Daytona Beach.Mrs. vine, have been announced at the churchof
Titusvllle, Fla. Bishop Moore, of St. Augustine, the death of England.: ;
,I left for New York this week, en route to 11. W. Jerome and Mrs. T. T. the Immaculate Conception, Jackson

\ oR U R fUPY01JiPiOnn DEED: Minks too each; $3.00 per| 100, at'' Rome to \isit the Pope. 'Wftmoro were pleasant caller on the Huml ItoiuN!' InIullrm' Co. best ville.wishes.Tho happy pair-tc-be have our

: ADVOCATE .
1yoo the ADVOCATE office. : Yt'Mh'I'\I'yaftern.w\;
You'LbfJUD I -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Feaster! and

II II I family have boon enjoying tho ocean I -The name of the Halifax postotllccIIBM The people of Mouroo county securedthe
Tor lusted HoiuN.The .
THE Eagle Clothing Store Is still\
e 8m giving breezes at Melbourne Beach this week. i been changed\ to Seabreero, Fla." passage of n special\; net by the hint\;
INVf3ip :20 per cent discount on all cash pur-
chases. This is tho p. o. address of the Seaside legislature, enabling them to Issuu bond
yOUR tit I Hotel Coquina, Ormond leach IIheglnnlnA' lMindiiectlon'| for the building of
Inn. to the amount of K> to fill up with guest. Se>eials a lino public" road through llrcvard
I FOB first class shoemaking and repairingcall Archdeacon D.o'. Biown will hold of building public highway; but
have been seems to be stlirlng all the
prominent! people stopping county up
on J. A. Danghtcry, at Mr. Nolldsold divine service on Sunday next, the 21st from the address of the trustees (which "
'1\1'11 writers" within the Ixmndarles
of
stand, Titusville, Fla. there lately.Dr. (
I Inst., at Cocoa at 10:1:JO a. m,, and I at w ill bo found on our$th page), w ho have said It that there
Andrew Anderson and wife of county. seems stmnge
Merrltt at.lOp.:: m.Capt. the matter In baud, It looks us If theyweio
HAIR CUTTING, shaving and shampoulnA'done St. Augustine, have been visiting Mr. could lie n man In thin day; and age opposed
In first-class style, at Charles II. 1'. Padillson who has leer woiklng to get railroad insteadof
to good road*.-West Palm Reach
in New York
and Mis. II. M.
Rracco's tonsorial parlor, next door to Flagler on a trip of about two weeks to his old a highway for lueses\ and teams. It (ia/cttcer.

Capt. Fischer's bakery Titusvillo. this week. home at Point Caswell North Carolina, looks as If the Issue of bond wits to ho

I -Civil Engineer E. 11. Carter, road- given to Mr. Flagler: to indiu-u him to
homo
returned afteinoon.
ycptrday; A IIl\lIIc'cl AiltortNrr.
Pr.tTM, plums, plums. Largo Kclsie master for tho Flagler Railway' has extend his load to Key West. We havo
plums, at Avera Grocery Company.WE -All members of Craven's Indian
moved his office from St. Augustine to an Idea the bonds will never ho Issued.
t West Palm Beach. River Band are requested to be on hand An exchange paper tells story of a

now have money to loan In sums to this (Friday) night at 8 o'clock sharp for man In tandon M ho dctfi( mined spend
suit an approved real estate security. -Mrs. F. W. Craven, wife of Dr. I Fraudulent UNO of tli :Mulls.!'
practice. Rooms In Paco A' lloylo'sbuilding. all bo mado during tho first year In advertising.
Send in your applications. Robblns & this arrived In 'town
Craven, of place,
INDIAN IVfR VOgTE Graham Co. lie soon found that It waitImpossible
( from Sanford Monday afternoon last Messrs. Jail. T. UII jal\ll W. M. Reeves,
Miss Lena Norwood of Titus for the simple reason that
much to the pleasure, of her husband.Rev. ono of Melbouine passed through here :Saturday -
Go TO the Eagle Clothing Store for bargains yu le's most charming young ladies, Is In the more ho advertised the more he
in men's II. wi'l' at the last on their return from Charleston
clothing furnishings preach
Kclgwin attending tho Slimmer Normal. made., and after a strenuous effort toget
The man who fears to upend a cent men's shoes etc. You get 20 per cent Presbyterian church on Sunday next, the our city tS. C., where-Mr. Hogg Informedan rid of bill by advertising ba
And never advertises, discount on all cash purchases. She 1* stopping at Prof. Walkers.-Do- ADVOCATE report'r-tlIt'Y haul been money
Inst. Services morning and evening.A .
With little gain must be content :21st Funiak Herald. had to give It up.Killed .
cordial Invitation Is extended to all to to testify against: I. Whcatcroft, who
While others take the prizes. ------
NAPHTHA LAUNCHKS. A. T. Melbourne
be Rose -Miss Kate Pritchard will !give an Is clmigcd with using tho mails forfrulult'lIt
\o matter what his ware may Indian River, will build any come and hear him. at Hoy Went.
how much worth the afternoon tea on Thursday next and Whcateroft
Nor selling, spenta
kind of steam or naphtha launch sail -Mr. L. C. Demaree, assistant light ; purposes.
the world will none the wiser be, or row boat to order. Write him for everybody is cordially Invited to 1m couple of dl'Ylln Titusvillo and told
house at New lighthouse, Pastor nine old of J.
Except 'tis by the telling. keeper Smyrna 1'apy, years son
estimates. present. It Is for the Item-lit of theEpiscopal us ho had purchased a few orange grovesIn
has gone; on vacation to Lexington, F. Papy, was inn over by a streetcar 01"Ilolllto
churchCommodore .
and anxious to buy
the state wits
His friends on tills coast the Masonic Temple on Slmontoii
PRINTING at this office. Ky. many ,
:yJOB MOXEV. We want money to loan on first F. I). Hughes, who has some pineapple plantations also. It I*
r real estate Ten trust his visit will be a pleasant one. street, on Saturday evening and Instantly -
;Jr The ADVOCATE may be had at"icreven's mortgages. percent been In England for alxmt two months, hard to give credence to every stranger's
free of all to lender. Gaitldcu killed Ho stepped on the car to
Dr drug store and Mrs. Emma expenses well pas
Livingston & Sheen, a
& Sanders, Titusville and West Palm hall returned to his homo In New Yoik. glowing, description of the amount of
when anothercar
Eaton's news stand, 5c. per copy. !something ton passenger
known firm of real estate dealers at West
Beach, Florida. He will be In Titusville-whero his property bo owns.
-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three Palm Beach, who have been spending a launch Is laid; up-about Oct. 1st.Mis. on a switch threw him oil 1'1411111111.,1OVt'r

cents per week, postage Included, when WHEN visit Jacksonville stop at couple of weeks or so at Orlando returned his Itody. It was no fault of tho
you Slot Mil Tuner I nil Ian
mi
W. II. Paikln, of West Palm No ( )
taken by the tI driver
year. hotel The
the Carleton Bay street. home on Wednesday.Mr. .
I 1I electric car from the railway station Beach, gave a reception at her residence, Uh ur.

I Prof Wm. T. Kennedy, our late will land you at the Carleton door In E. L. Brady who has been on this week, In honor of tho Rev. F. f'. A Largo Catch of 1'Mi.

'hoolmaster, Is now at Umatilla, Fla. about six minutes. a trip to West Palm lIeach and New Bayliss. Quite a large number of tho Among the editorial comsKimIemeIn | ;

-Miss Aline Egger has our thanks for River returned home on Sunday last. elite of the aliove! city were picsent.Mr. tho Florida Fanner & Fruit Oro\\er. A lady writing! the ADVOCATK from
of the London Court Circular DEDUCT 20 per cent and you get the lIe went nearly as far as Fort Lauderdale -
u supply cheapest and best suit ever worn for Frank E. Bugbre, brother of depicting a trip over tho East; Coast, It Morehcud City N. C., says: "The largest -
which read with interest. and enjoyed the trip very much.
were the money. Conductor lliiglMiu has gone Itisunyno laya"e: ran out of a tiemendoiis catch of fish of tho season" wa made

. -Capt. E. E. Vaill who paid St. THE EAGLE CI.OTHIMI STORE. -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Butler and children Bay with the view of opening a furniture rain Into Titusvillo and a broken nky. tf -,lay by Mr. and Mr*. I). H. Matson

Augustine a short visit, returned to of Narcoosee, were in town a short store at Lemon City or some other This Is a pretty town, straggling among and a party of Roanoko and Ashevllle.

West Palm Beach on Monday evening.Mr. Fitt'iTs fruits, fruits for one and all, at while Friday and Saturday last en route advantageous clued In that favored sec the palmettoe and I the pines and the They brought III olio bundled and

C. L. Dohn the well known Avera Grocery Company.To to Cocoa, to spend a week or so. From tion. ponds with white shelled streets and eighty-nix In tile hour. I WAS one of

) livery stable keeper New Smyrna, has there they will go to Hotel Coquina, -Mr. Chas. W. Brownrlgg, of Orlando almost every house blight with" fresh tho party and can vouch for the above.
LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE It I IK difficult to conceive of a "
purchased the entire livery and transfer block Titusville. Excellent location Ormond. having purchased the Belle, of Eau: paint. Carrie C. MlU hell.

Outfit' from Mr. W. II. Newell.Mr. Possession may be had at -Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and her sister Gallia, from Messrs. Hodgson Bros., has slovordy-It ukhrg town on the bank of

E. L. Brady's new residence Is a once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor Miss Louise Jones expect to leave here brought her to Titusville to undergo the Indian River." POINTS I'Olt OKANdi:

model of neatness and comfort; and his C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office for New Hartford Conn., in about a a thorough overhauling on Nlelson'c (100 Vl.lt14.

) housekeeper-Miss Brady-believes in Titusville. week or co. Miss Jones has made quitea wayc. In the White Mountain .

having "a place for everything, and affordto lengthened visit, and some of our boys -Another excursion passed through Report of Ono of tho KxportM:
and cannot
TIMES ARE HARD you Messrs. Anderson I'rlce, the popular
everything in It place." lose everything. Insure against will very much regret her departure. here Wednesday afternoon en route to of thtt AgrlcuhUlrulItqurltnent
of Hotel
Ormond are now
-Mr, C. T. McCarty of Ankona, who fire, cyclones and accident with HALL Vice-president J. R. Parrott, Gen'L West Palm Boach. Over fifty tickets proprietor >> .
WKIGIIT of Titusville, Fla., up In the White Mountains, New Hamp-
repre-
had Agent Joseph Richardson Titusville. There
been on a trip to St. Augustine, Passenger were cold at were
senting the Liverpool\ & London & shire, where they are conducting their WASHIIGTOV, I). C., July HI. ;The ieport -
who
T. through
and It. GofT passed board and
excursionist
Jacksonville Gainesville, Tallahassee Globe, the Old Hartford and other Supt. about 240 on a fine hotel-the Mount Pleasant Housoto conductedby
last week en route to Biscayne Bay, them.Manager of "Iclallnveatllatl..n.
orunado and other places, returned leading companies. tf here bras band accompanied
the entire satisfaction of the many
UIcrtlof the Agricultural Department
li.jmt on Friday evening/ last. returned home on Sund.ylalt. We were O. II. Voss, of the Indian which .
entertaining.The
they are now
IM-IIII submitted
guests have to
bt'c'retarylItrl..rt.
-Mr M. Reed of South Jack- told that their trip wa quite a tiresome River hotel, who lists been over to Enterprise -
Harry Crawford another well
I Veuse,
Ono show that the
Mrs. A. W. Buie and son are sojourning and that they made it over-land to report
; one
:Hmvllle, who has been spending a week Beach. for a couple of days returned known hostelry the White )Mountains quality andfavor/ ; of orange can be

"r 10 in town as the guest of Mr. Wm.M at Melbourne MiamiWe bere Tuesday with his horse and buggy Is said to be doing! a thriving l>u lnens- governed. largely by a proper combination
I, J. E. Arnout of Orlando, was acknowledge receipt of an illustrated \ the and !
Drown, returned home on Monday, -Mr. : after a rough drive across lends where the guests 1.IrIlllla4r"! to fl."llIt of the element used In the fertil

saying! he had had a very enjoyable visit. in Cocoa on Tuesday and left, next day folder of the Atlanta Exposition, streams, which are plentiful during this home by the genial Henry W. )Merrill ization. Insect disease. alt apparently

for West Palm Beach.Dr. sent us by Assist-Gen'l.1'aaseuger Agent wet
-Mr. Lyrtlon Blake, one of lobe season. manager of the Royal I'uilldlilla. 1'nliu& Influenced by the use of feitlllzor organic
Dodson has been busily engaged S. H. Uardwlck, of Atlanta. It has W. S. Graham and left
sound's prominent resident, passed -Mrs. family Beach manures rendering the tree more

through here Monday; en route to his attending to patients at Jensen and thlrteen.vlews of the exposition, and instructions here, yesterday, en route to Philadelphia The pure air and water of the White liable to such Injury than chemical fertlllzer .

I former home In Clevedon England I I other down-river points this week. are given to visitors In thirteen where they will spend the balance Mountain, which stand 1,7 different language It I II quite a In probability, the result of over-feetl-
where the ADVOCATE will follow him. -Mr. John W. Cowith, of Chicago of the summer. They will go all the the level of the M-a, make It one of the with from
Ing nitrogenous manure
folder and I published by the !
Yr, and Mrs. BenJ. W. Jerome, of ha been topping at the Indian River unique way by rail and Dr. Graham will accom greatest health resorts In the United oiganlo sources. These manure, If

M Lucie, arrived here yi Friday afternoon hotel during the past week or so. Southern Railway.Mrs. pany them a* far a* Columbia, 8. C. lIe States. Our southern and northern used at all, should be used with caution.

last on board their naphtha launch -Mrs. F. W. Miller left here on Tues- Wm. B. Brlckell of Miami, expect to return to Titusville In about reader should make a note of this.
Fla., and her con, William Brickell were week. I -- -- -- Indian
a Trip on giver'
They stopped In town several days visitg day mornln train for Indianapolis,

> Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore. Mr. Ind., where she will speed the balanceof In town last Wednesday, to consult their -Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon left here, 'fhe Plutflrr Hallway.Work .

Jerome Is on his vacation. the summer with her husband' parent attorney, Messr Bobbles & Graham. Wednesday afternoon for Dlghton, )Ir. B uj. W. Jerome, of St. Lucle
Mr*. Brickell I II one of the largest prop Mas, on a visit to bU wife, who preceded on the extension of the East who I la on hit vacation came up to towson

-Wm. Brickell baa laid out his land *. erty owner In Dade county. She owns him north a few wet-k ago. From Coast Line from West Palni Beach to Friday afternoon last accompanied
"o the north tide of Lemon City Into -Mrs. Parkin ha up to date chipped there he ..1II1C0 to his father' .countryseat by Mr*. Jerome, and are visiting Mr.
:lOt. 500 crate of and say she two thousand acres, fronting on Biscayne on Long Island N. Y. Mr. Kenyon Biscay bay ha cominenc"d. Over i 450) I and Mr*. T. T. Wetmore. They mad
and has a force of men at work cut- flneapplel fall It Bay, at the month of the Miami his have arrived to engage In the work.
will have a crop. ba been working very bard In grove men the trip In their fine launch Sabrina, and
U"V; street and improving them. This will be remembered this I II one of the River, and also several thousand: acre ofvaluable since the freeze, and he think! a trip The contract for the first ten mile of during their stay In town Mr. Jerome

makes a very valuable addition to the field we visited directly after the freeze land on New River both Towns of thesetracts are I north will benefit Mil health. lie ex track ba been let to W. E. Decker says baa very kindly taken out a few parties,
out
laid shortly on
be
"'':'age, as the lot are well located. Be- and stated that It bad suffered little or to which good locations peels to return to Titusville In October. Citizen. among them being an ADVOCATE repro.sentative
are exceptionally the
inJul'1'Welt Palm Beach Gazetteer."In The Sabrina I II very tastefully
no
tug In a hammock the will have the
purcbser I II for purpose. The reported construction of a bridge/( fitted and the engine-manufactured
shouted the up
hadt the life to come, thootluJerr,, '.
tree without having to grow them, ;I "there will be no marrying -The Rev. F. e. Baylisc, to whom we ) from East w West Palm Beach by II. by the Globe Gas Engine Co.-I* ".*

*" :niportant Item when making! a home. evangelist jtvlnglnmarrl.jt., ." Those who were I referred in our last Issue as having been West I'alm Beach bail a shooting affray i M. Flakier 1* denied by those In autlllIr.i bright a* a new pin." It I.I a remark

-T''oplcaISun. or sitting near the Chicago woman heard a fully ordained a* a priest of the Episcopal last Saturday morning An old i Ity. '1'lie story baa not been believed by ably easygoing engine, and baa never
church came over from Orlando on been out of repair since Mr. Jerome ba
from her ,
she arose J. at West Palm lieach.
T.
of horror as feud between two carpenter a- many
The work on the electric fountain low cry remarked to Friday last lie stopped In town until be _been running It. The Sabrina makea
seat "In that event, she Flood) and F J. Hill-caused them to The report that a pier wa to built
the Atlanta Exposition I* progressing the usher ac she left the church: "I've the next day a* the guest of Captain and eventually club; and, notwithstanding to project Into the ocean at this point I II about eight mile an bour; and everyone -

pidly.. All the timber work will be time to be monkeying here. Mrs. C. F. }Fischer and then left for the fact that the law I la against carrying also laughed at by those who have witnessed teem pleased with the working of
got no Buacb where be to the which I I. said to be the most
West Palm expected engine,
"" their some of the storm that prevail
'Deleted sensations these men
In few A first concealed weapons, drejr!
a day receipt of the
acknowledge and economical manufac
-We preach the next three Sundays He will make tar here In fell.Major reliable motor
revolver and commenced to a
m store for the public In this electric number pf a new monthly Illustrated then probably leave for England, on a of their respective bodies after a Lout McLaln, the well known tured. It run easily, forward or backU'

'+"main, a* It will surely surpass any- magazine entitled the New Galaxy and inter-It visit to his father returning to Lake get light altercation.: The result of the encounter railway contractor, pawed through here I la easily started or topped, .

"'!"a of the kind ever shown or con- ic full of excellent Illustrations marvel of cheapness Worth In the faiL wa that Flood received I bulletIn Tuesday, on his way to West Palm I the working parts are In light, and tbe

eructed heretofore. :Nothing of the citing reading and Is a or '1. a
kind baa ever been Hen In the south, being only 10 address cent cory' publi- PE4CULpeacllee, peaches, large yellow folly la carrying concealed weapon*-toay with the building of the road. The Mr. Jerome will take out another partyof
on the part major ba maay warm friend la Tltus- folks this (Friday) afttinooa
*"J the tioSHarry C. JonellH.OO Fifth luscious Ktbertai, at Avtra Grocery nothing prosecution four
fountain IU surely be the tea Company. of the mayor and cguntr solicitor, IUe. at a clock: weather permitting.l .
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AaigiiM rafrueera COOK toe nver in band SOME RUSKIN DICTA. LOOK UP"
i and not down if Clyde Steamship Co:
Nervous Prostration we eIIt.abliAhed a number of range atWadiHalia
Awruan, Cairo and many Batnwte From Borne.Lettere of the Rebel* yon'ra a suffering
other pointaon more acientlflcprinciplea Md Charming; Old Crltle. woman. Every

Could Not Sleep flad .No than tne veuerable Kilometer of the "Talk ia Impossible to me," Raskin on* of the bodily

Boda island. write* In 1864, "owing to the state of trouble that

Appetite- After the river hal begun to riae Ita quiet rage and wonder at everything come to women
height ia daily chanted through the people aay and do, in which I habitually
Cured 'In Body and Mind by Hood's only haa a gvaranteed I
Cairo atreeta until it reachea 18 rnbita live. "I don't get mellow tempered in Dr.
Sartaparilla I on the gaage. At thin point the Khaligcl aa I get; old." he write* aome year lat Pierce'a cure Favorite

"I inffered rery much for a long time Mauri, the old canal that flowa through; er, which ia true, for to another correspondent

With nerYOU proetratlon. I had about the heart of Cairo, ia opened-up to thia he says! "Kothing con advance Prescription.
given op all liuxol | point it ia dry, and foil or empty it in art in any district of this accursed machine That will bring
ever Rotting hrt little more than a nauitary abomination and devil driven England. I lecture you aafe and certain

ter when Hood' at present, but in funiier daya it occupied i here (at Oxford), but only on the help.

Barftnparllla w a I an important place, and when the art of the past." It'a a powerful and
York
Charleston Florida
recommended t o Nile water waa high enough to flow "How inexprt'Mib11l1Ubtle and penetrating general aa well at New Lines s.

me and I believe It down its bed it waa looked on that the / ," he writes to a young man, "is uterine tonic and

.J I my duty to let floor had fairly aet in, and that the kindly the principle of pride I How it mingles nervine, and it .

other anDerer fruita of the earth might be duly expected. itself with, and even pretends itself to bnilJs up and in The magnificent Steamships of thia Line are a>
be and takes the likenes of the noblest
know the benefit I ,
I' the entire sail follows :
S
vigoratea pointed to as
,: derived from It. I The head of thla canal ia on the right feelings in the world-and what a constant female

I ,, ',f, Could Not Sleep bank of the river, Jnxt wrath of Cairo. struggle it needs even to detect, aystern. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.

1 / at night, win with The water entera a channel aome 80 feet much more to expel it I It is like oxygen It regulatetand ("TAJlDARDTUltI:.)

I" .K "' [iJ0.; ont appetite, and wide, with a high wall on ita left and a in iron-the hottest fire will not expel it promotes all From Ne.." II.. ;: JId':. "11De whAt little I did aloping bank on ita right; or Mouthernflank. altogether-and it steals in with the very the proper functions improves digestion ( 9. E. R.) STEA\IER; (h"rl"lo. & !o.. ,,:
air breathe all I enriches the blood brings ., June 28. a' 8.00 p m CHEROKF.F. Tlm".1",. ,'ul) j"r. .
.
, Allegheny,Fa. eat I Wal unable to The water then flowa under the we turning our steel into FrI.I" .. ..
keep on my itomach. After taking the pointed arch of an old stone bridge. The ru t. refreshing sleep and reitores health r.. (:" JUI., : :: ::::: c ::: lm:: ::B :': h .1 li : : jrw

; fint bottle of Ilood'i Bar*jparllla, which bod of the caual ia cleared ao that it "Thing*that require tteady labor,"he and strength. ; (a!. :: 1;: :: :.::: r. :::. :: r: ::' :: :': y, :: :: 1 : :,

1f' eeemed to do me aome good, I tried a would flow in at a gauge of about 14 Xcubita writes to the same correspondent, "there For ulcerations displacements Ttl..f.'. .. .1I..t 3.011 pm.. ... IRIM1I'OI!!.... .lIlln.la,.. II II jI''

, aecond and continued to feel bett<.r. I but an earthen bank is thrown ore indeed for all of us to do, but they bearing-down sensations periodical' I :: : :: ::::: r. ::: ... Ig; IIU ; ,. ) :: ;
across it about four feet higher. are the coal heaving part of our life and IJUM1'OI8. '"hu"\"y\ An II : "ITu..tl
j' got op feeling : and all female complaints Frll..",; : J. a' 8.00 pm .. I
pains .. .. ..
There ia no more interesting ceremony to be done with a slow step and bent 311.t 8.00 P m CIIEnOIUi: .8un""y. j' It j.. ,
"
Bright and Refreshed in Egypt than the annual cutting of the back, patiently, not in a passion, not and weaknesses, Favorite Prescrip

in the morning. I continued with the khalig, aa the opening ceremony iscalled. trying to beat our brother coal heavers tion" is the only guaranteed rem

; medicine and am cured, body and mind, It take place between Aug. Sand but only to carrying u many coals ox we edy. If it ever fails to benefit or Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line

can aleep well and led fetter in every 15. Days before preparations are I can comfortably. But the great; things : cure, you have your money back.

way. I gladly recommend Ilood'a Sana made for the festival Tenta with innumerable which require genius to do are done For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMA8 EE" is Intend.....;

parllla to other" J. EDWARD RIFFLE lamp are placed along the wall easily if you have the genius. If yon are to ail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesday and from (I'harll'M"I! lor

154 Madlaon Ave., Allegheny Pa. on the one side. Frames for all manner to do anything that is really glorious, Can you think of anything Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection is made at Chaileston \11th i Ilrd!

of fireworks are erected on the land bank I and for which men w'll forever wonder more convincing than the Florida Siteamcr for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida ]11"1 tJ.Also.Phlladelphla .
Sar8a- at you, yon will do it as a duck quacksbecause
Hood's on the other aide. All the notablea are and inteiior points via Philadelphia.
that is made the
I it ia nature promise by
there in full uniform or in canonical*. your to quack-
parUla The khedive himself or hia representative when it rains. proprietors of Dr. Sa e's Catarrh

Be Sure the Sheikh ul Islam, the highest; "Do you know, Wattl," he asked a Remedy ? It is this :
_, Cures dignitary of the Mohammedan faith; friend in 1849, "to my mind the only St. Johns River Line.
Get Hood's If can't Catarrh
,r to the Sheikh el Bekri, the Sheikh el Sadat, real painter of history or thought; we we cure your
i'' all the learned scribe* of the great university have in England?" "There's nothing we'll pay you $500."

Hood'. PUIs eureaJIIITrlll.,blUout. of the Azhar, the cabinet ministers here like Carpaocio," he writes from

i; 'rlj' 1 I nest,headache. 25o, and under secretaries, the sirdcr of Venice to Sir Edward Borne-Jones. --- --- -- --- For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

,; !.I ,! the army and hia staff, the judges and "There's a bit of humble pie for yon. I
1 : Free and the financiers. don't give up my Tintoret, but hia dissolution Two Showing. the St. Johns River.S1cnD1cr .

; The Egyptian troop* are turned out, of expression into drapery and "Boy fell into the water at the pork

i I : Masons aalntea are fired, and about 8 o'clock in shadow ia too licentious for me now. today, remarked Master Pitcher aa he ; : E'Vorg1ndc,
j the warm summer night the -clafwes all "I've been going to the old masters," placed hia hat over a bust of John Banyan

il I assemble under the gayly lighted tents, he writes to )lr. Murray "and staring and took a Heat on the music canterbury CAPT. W. A. SHAW,

i! AccePtedO the masses rowd round the frames for at the Sir Joshua's. My stars, what "and jubt as we all thought he
, TItUIITllle the fireworks, the street ia lined with that fellow could do I" And here finally was a goner hia big dog pulled him out""That Is appointed to tall f roui Jacksonville Tuesda)'land Saturday at 5.00: p. m, retnrnmi. Ian

,_ }"Ia. harem carriage foil of closely veiled are some flying shafts et certain modern shows, Arthur," remarked Ban ford Mondayi and Thursday at 5:00.. m

,,.n't'l, t'l; No. I/O figures, though it is not much that they imitatora of Turner i "I have been now Mrs. Pitcher, "how dangerous it i* for
j can eee from their broughams. Ont in for 40 years vainly and always louder boy to play at the water's edge. 80 a II J). 8CIIE1JL'LE. I XO J. .r i D

,, I Hold lu meeting the Meond and fourth Fri- the river just opposite the canal's month and louder growling; and thundering into "Think so, ma? I thought it showed Leave 8.30 m. .... ........ .... .... .....Ja"k."nvlll..oo........ .... ,. 3.
: '111 laT, of earh month, at the Court houne,TlUie- ia moored an old hulk of a certain ea- the deaf eora of the artists who fancied how safe a boy was if he only had a .. 1.4. p.m.p. ......... ....... ..... ......I.al"tk............. .... ........ ... Loa" 1(411( a
..
", .
"I.", f lle.J. ..MEXuri atfHiop.: B. H. nAT. going outline, which has been towed up they admired Turner: 'Lead pencil ,dog. "London Sporting Times. :: :: :: :::: :::::::::::.::::::::::::: .t.A; C.I .:::::::.:::::::.::::::: ::: : :.:. .:

Heo. W M.80CIKTIK8 from Uulak during the day and ia on point-pencil, sir! Pencil-pencil- .. 11.30 .. m. ...OO'" .... .., .. .... lIel'C'tltord ...oo..oo..oo...... .... .... 12J ....

I IJ':1' 1 1 emblem of the time when the great republic till yon con manage your black lead- No Com parI..... A I.e \: : :: :::::::::::::::.:::::::: I. :Jr; :::::::::::::::::::::: :.: : ::. 119.211 ,-=:::

>> ,, ETC. I of Venice mint an envoy to witness then color if you will' They never attend Celia-:Mr. Flitter is such pleasant .. .. m. ,......... ...... ..........EnterJrl.... ........... '1.311 a.a
j KXIOHT9 Or PYTHIAS.Remlnole the ceremony. This bout ia full of to one word that I lay, but go on company I But, then, he say such hate

lamps, and fireworks too. As the night; daub, daub, daub to their death, and do ful things I He actually bad the audacity Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville,
'I the Court bonne lAx\gt\ ,,the X
'j I ,of each month, at o'clock p. in. populace on the bridge and opposite think you were stylish. 5 Bowling Oreen, ew Tork. 88 West Bay St.,JacktontHit.

'It"1 8. II. KIIKH: W. H. IIARHIK, bank are ahouting; yelling and diiucing The Circus Kitchen.At Delia Yon call that hateful? Ton TBEO. O. EOOCR T. M, Jxo. L. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt.,
r'I I t C. C. K. of R. &; B. wildly round the fireworks.On should hear a few of the things he says Howling Green,New York. Foot Hogtn Bt.,Jack on.illi.fli.
five minute post 4 a about from about you 1-Boston Transcript.Hie A. J CoLi.lOneraljFaMenper A(rent, J. A. LEKLIE Bujierintemlfntt .
the other aide the uniforms
v'I INDIAN RIVEU CARDS. are gay the crowd indicates the approach of the Howling Green, New York'*. Foot Hopan Bt.,Jackwmill
< j 1 Drill at the Armory, over county jail every and lighted tents, from which we can three huge cook wagons, each weighing; Price Waa Blah. V. D C. MINK, G. F. A, 12 South Delaware Avenue, rhiladeli'hia,
'1 TuernUy evening In the month at I o'chM-k. look over the wall down on the dark water 20 tons and drawn by six horses. From \VM. F. CLYDE It: CO., General Agenta'
: A. T. }'''''ITIRCaltaln.! where yon see brown figures plunging the first of them rise three chimneys, 19 So. Delaware AT.,rhlladelphln. 8 Bowling Gre.n.Ne. lerl.
\ f in and, waist deep, digging with
\ -- out of which black smoke is pouring.
i'' i their hoes at the embankment that
Clll'KCHKB.EPISCOPAL This wagon carries the 16 foot cooking
d blocks the canal'a month. Long before
I range, whore fires were started the moment
t'l midnight the fireworks have gone ont
CHUnCII.krvlcea the wagon was unloaded from the
h / the lut and 3rd 8unda>'> In each and left the splendid slant to themselves ; train. Already, while rolling toward the Southern
I month at I 11 a. .... and T:.Mll". n,. Sunday I"HI l the graudeea have all gone to bed, but circus grounds, the ten cooks have been ll
every rtinidar: at 3to: p. in. Evening prayer at the jieople kt't'P.up the revelry, and in
3 p. m. \\ediienduy' *. Litany lemue every making active preparation for the breakFast -
I Friday at 10.. .... the morning, by 7 :80, every one haa which must be served within two
Rev II. K. HKUWK Rector.METHODIST come buck. Then but little of the bank hours to TOO hungry people.

f" is left uncut, and a few more strokes of SS'lieu the three wagons have drawn rRailway..

\ CHCRCH.Rervlira tho big hoea will do it, and the brown up on the site of the still unruised cook
at Tltiinvllle evrry flrnt ...cnnd and skiim and brown water reflect the bright
I third rialiliath. at 11 a. m. and T p. ....; Hmi.lavwhool tent three butcher with heavy cleaver ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
at lu.'I'I'H'k........,.ry Sunday, KfworthIKiie ; sunlight from above. Then the Sheik hnlliilam at once begin work upon the sides ofbt.f.
.' at 3""p. .... every Sunday, l'ra.r mwtlnic. solemnly thuuka the Almighty; legs of mutton and loin of pork
j to'rh
.rvTlmnday The
nliclit. pnlillu are
cordially luIted to attend our ...rv....... Allah the all powerful, the all merciful ((600 pounds all) that must forthwith THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
8. W. LAW LtU, 1antor.IIUTI3T lie implores hia blessiug on the flood, be changed into steaming steaks, chops
tj and at a signal the bunk ia cut, the waters and cutlets. A boiler ia set up and COMPARTMENT OARS, DINING CARS,

j CIIL'RCIf.I rush in, and with them a crowd of steam pipea are connected from it with

I I're..hlllll.y..r) M>o..iid and fourth Mu..lay., swimmers. A bag of silver piasters is the big urn which must furnish 2,000 THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULEO TRAINlQUICK
tnornliiK and evening. l'ray..r Mratinm every scattered among them, and the ceremony
TuMday evening at I::W o'clock. Hunday Hi'hool cups of coffee shortly, and with the
.1, every Hun.lav: at 4.1 a. AMI) praaihlni; ia at an end.-Kature.Alwaje warming pans on the tablea where the

tint Jllll.Hunday All are at cordially I liranKe Invited I'n U)'attend.II. Hnnday:: : :Out Tim meats are served. While thia ia doing by Mane Bob-That yon, Jake? TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
;'1 oa one set of other raising the Jake-Yes, dat'.me. Youaw'tmar'd
A. (Ir.KitH: 1'ai.tor. men are
11 Washington. bad many admirable traits I tent, building I long tables" and unpacking yet, Mane Bob? North tzxd: :30jte 1\1'ortJ& Aa&cI: ..t.
\ worthy of imitation, and one of them Mane Bob-No. I'm waiting for an
; 20 large boxes that contain
green
CATHOLIC t:HfRCH.Rervlcrn .. II"AU
at 10.. in. etvry Runday, In hall over waa rigid; punctu lity. Thia waa well 6,000 dishes and countless kitchen utensils. heiress to snap me up. TIAINI DAILY. -;:;.. i.C;. ALL TRAINS DAILY. .. fl. 1:.
/" Indian' River Hlate Hank C'hlldrell'ae.tecbl.1D i illustrated by an incident during hia .McClnre'a. Magazine.Th Jake-Dat'a jes'my fix. I ain't gwine .....-. 1IoIL. .... "IL

:. I at I p.in. RRV. J. r. o'HovLK:, Rector.The visit to Boston 100 years aa Having fling myself away, '1_ de gal got fo' LT.IeeUo..we.C.AI'.. .. _. T 00am 140 pn JaekKWTUle.. "q."P.. : !: U::
.
I :.1 1 appointed 8 o'clock in the morning aa Lean Admiral. nr leben dollars at de highest kalcilotion. .. B....Iouk, .. .._ 11. Warn loam lltua10Mia. Ar. VvereM MeeeaT"Unto. loa'Rln... .llem p- .,.
I the hour at which he should aet out for .-Texas Siftings.Plain.. Colvmbla. ionthem.r. 410 I4teaTIDpol utA" -
; Admiral Ito who ill in command of pro tMaa .
:: :
\. lIJ. ('. A. Bulem, he mounted hia horse just as the ... Cuerlotte: ".. :: IV m4Jam TOO am :
f the victorious Japanese fleet, is, like .. inlIOD, ." < : 1 80 tunllatpm .. goet-4 A 0........ 'ilia. Jll!
rKtilar aftfrniHin Old South clock that hour.
Sunday i.rnvcr meeting waa striking Baltimore "D.S.B .... 1 06am
.'. I of the \ 111. C. A. will lie Iml.l vtcry HiinduyafUtrniNin. most of hia compatriots, a man of very Khllad.Ujhla, 10 ir.: filrnlnf;;; ha. 8ooth re at 01 ,',
The of which to doe the in the : Warn t oo
cavalry was Mary JanWhy man .
p ,/ at 4-otlu. ..... at the ln)>>b>terlan company small stature, with a thoughtful awdIpDpIlthl'tio Hew York, .:: 1168pm: < am20am it: LooU. Cairo Bh. Line. 'III
''l t. church intll further notice.FLOOD escort him did not arrive till after hia middle o' the diamond stand and hold .0 P
face forehead Ar. Memphl. 1[. C. M. B.
departure and did not overtake him till narrow the ball so long and make face* at the AI. lITW..lotatbern.._ ..._........ 6Mpm Kama City, : p: ..-_
deeply wrinkled by atndy, and a distinguished
j ''t he had reached Charles river bridge.Exchange. .- man with the bat?
and aristocratic bearing. Hia
OF] THE NILE.
.Abntr-Qw't ? Wanta to For full
aee InformaUon
;1 chief physical characteristic is extreme yon apply' to any Agent of thl reat Railway
make him ao mad he can't hit it
:1 Calomel. thinness, which boa earned for him 5yatem. or Its connections.
: ,. THE GREATEST EVENT OF ALL THE Calomel. waa discovered. by Crollins among hia devout sailors the nickname Cleveland Plain Dealer.
.
I 4 YEAR AT CAIRO.Imprvulv in the seventeenth century, and the fint of "The Lean Admiral Barney Schreiber who 1* W. A. TURK, c. A. BENSCOTER S. H. HAMWICK,
direct ions for ita preparation were given man in the western a very big General P..... AO*. Aeit. 0,.. P.*.. AC."" AM't Osn'l Pawf.".
in 1608. It ia derived Daniel D. O'Keefe, Irishman by birth racing world, was WASHINGTON, O. O. ATLANTA.II.
by Ifeguin name RNOXVILLI.TINN.
.
J' remuoulee the Cettlng atth from two Ureek words signifying "a I American by adoption, and lord of St only a few year ago a porter in a Kanlaa -
.
itore.Application
: Bank t 0 Allow the Water to Flow beautiful black, because' in ita preparation David's islands, in the south Pacific, by City W. D. ALLEN,

t I Into the {'a.al-Th. Ancient Nlloui.Uir a black podrr in the first step in right of purchase from Queen Victoria, made to the Jockey club

'\ I' .. the l.luid of Itoda. the manufacture, being produced by rubbing ia worth J2,000,000, rules aeveral hun for license conduct running meeting Florida Pas.eog r Agent,

together with corrosive dred nativea with a rod of iron and at Franklin park, Sangna, Mas., 313 Wtat Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA
The tourist who only cornea to Egypt to mercury from 14
sublimate. owna half the water front of Hong May to 18, Inclusive haa been *
ahun "winter and foul we tht'r" kuuwiDothlnK kong. granted. i ar oath, jftoa.
_,_
of the niajvutio glorie of the The Illinois river waa so termed from I

Nile flood. The aucient Nilouioter at the Illmi, a tribe of lud.aua on its ---
the aonth end of the iiland of Roda, Just banka. Another dt'rivationllllluggl'llted I

above Cairo, in one of the niont iuterait- lu lole aux Koix, M.wllof Nuts. Sev BIG PROFITS WE DELIVER

ing aighu of the place TIle water eu- derivations more or lees fanciful Small I Investments t .!. ..!. .!
ten from the river by A culvert into a are nnjwTod by the etymologist and
well about 18 fectaqnare, with a graduated
?J geographer*. Returning prosperity _III make many rli'b. bu' nowhere can they make ao much within a
itoiie pillar lu the center. On each abort time a* by tucveuful 8| culatlon In iraln., ITovUlon' *and Stock. A Piano Organ
aide of the well ia a reoew about 6 foot The frequency of atorma in Nebraska or

wide and 8 foot deep, anrtuouuted by a ia due to the fact that not only do many 00 FOR EACH Dollar Invested can be made by our

pointed arch, over which ia carved in originate there, but the storm of Dakota $10 _' '
'- Systematic Plan of Speculation AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, 1"1"l":
aimilurinicriptiou
relief Kuflo and
a inscription a move southeast and thows of Kanaaa to until
approval after a trial In your own house. No required I
\fI'ti
ia carried all around the and Tt'SI\lIlIortht'lIlot. generally pacing originated bv n., All curreeeful eiwrulaMn. operate on a regular. .tem, horoughly *ati.fled. Our price are aa low aa mqney house In the United : :
well oouaiitlng of vent of the Koran. Nebraska their 1'1* a well known fart that there are tb"uoan.la..t nu>n lu all part* uf the f nlted But*, who, : any
through on easterly our term Instrunien'
reasonable
are ao
by it.teiu-.tic trading through t'bk-aipi broker*, make'lance amount*every year, ranglner from a anyone can purchase and pay /or an
A ataircaae goea down the well, from course. few tbiMuand doll:: r for the man who iiivnt: *a hundred or two hundred dolUr* up to jiwjioo to
the atepa of which the initiated may |l<*>.o.>o ur wore by thmie who I..,... a few tbouund.It The Celebrated CONOVER. .1.I
U al.oa fwt that Uuwe h make the bkrge.t from mutll The Renowned FISCHER.
X PIANOS.
"Facts are ttnbborn thing i il an profit comparatively iRtentineBUon
read the height of the water on the pilUr -. tbl. plan are |*r".m. *ho lite a *y frum Cbtcago and invett throucb broken ho thoroughly The Beautiful SCHUBERT.I I
but they are few in number, and the aphorism first t-unnierated by La Sage undvntand. .).t iuatle trading.Nir.lan .
< dove not ri.k the whole amount lnvet..d but "both And KINGSBURY.
in "Oil Bias. It hua since become pro on any trade CO.n .idn, aothalwhrtber
hereditary abeikh of the Kilometer, the market rUee or fall It bring, a kteady |iroflt that pllee. up eaormounly ia a bort, COTTA
whose duty it ia to keep the record, ia verbialEd i Vocallon. Aeollon Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO
"Writ for roitvUelBC Proofk alan ou, }laDDal on auceewf.l >)>e uUtloa and oar Dally ORGANS.
a person of aome importance. The Kilometer Corria an'I Son Praneinco Market Keuort.: fell of moiiey-makintc .....i.te.LL I"Ktt: :. Our Manual eipUln* uuaaHt '
datea from A. D. 881, and I believe venture haa new been iuoorporatwl racing under trwUuir fot further fMUr. Hlfheot iJuremrtnu lefereawr.ad4wMTHOMAS In retard to our itandiiw and nuwee*. Bras and small Instrument, Muilo and Book Write n*; ... ..-111' "*'*='
in the archivea of Cairo may be .
the title of the Pacific Otwst Jockey
fraud the daily record fur 1,000
yvara.I club with Oorrigan and AJulpo USpregkela & CO., Bankers ASU Brokers, rJ71ie V. 33. Oo.,
OnmplMjll
need hardly tell von that wb u our .
at the bead of affair! .
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JULY 11' 1895. 3.o


vtftrrr. Tin*.O'HniEK.:
g TURF

[ EVERETT & CO. -TOPICS A BACHELOR :",,1.). The Gobe: Gas Endue Co., Fhliwd !'phia.

B. Oriffln rode OTer 800 winners IM One! there tired a """,''.,..h) >r maiden, PLANT SYSTEM.
1 ,ear. Venn and yi'ar. ago FORT PIERCE, FLORID + + And her mind with troth wa laden,
+ Arlington will hold a meeting the But her wart wa "..hi ia an "t.TOT .

I W"ltoleple' "d Retail Dealer In first week in May she thought, alt), <,.*l olj Plata
bhe could live aUnw.,
In Rnraia the mod Important events 80 he amlbtd on many s antler

INDIAN RIVER are trotted on Sunday. Bat her hart was hard ae ttone. I perfect: paceezzger: Sor-vico.:

TURTLE & The Jockey club will more Into new Came a ba< hf lor man a'.nln(

.H, OYSTERS, qnartew at 344 Fifth avenue New York For her frli-ndahlp true =cub1o Do.i1y 'Jro.ino.:
about May 1. This. alas was her nndolnir .6
-- GAME A* It nilithl have bn'n wire )'''''.
Canada is to bare its first national For her frirndnhlp ptlll be .u.... her-

horse show at Toronto from April 18 to Bath n ainiple thing- Unexcelled Pullman Equipment Yd:4
Ltels
's. and Dealers Supplied. 18, InolnsiTe. Till below, she knew he wooed her, ,
Wooed her with n friendship ring.

WH HOUSE: West Palm Beach Fla. If ho does not go .miss. Hey el Santa '. ---- --
Anita will Now although .h. fond of Plato
represent California In the
Her eold heart a grown warm I
\ ) Brooklyn Handicap And her theories of living Trains Daily Jacksonville to.Charleston.
Have Imbibed wondroua .
In the a charm. Q
years 1883 and 1894 the
Professional Cards. eons For ihe 'TI. human Six .. 2
aayai assure hore-powrr msnn weight! Twit apacerequltm ,
and daughters of MoOrathlana stud Spite of Plato1, pin. 22x2, liu'hcMannfarturrni .. II "& II to Montgomery /

farm won $710,496. Men were made for loving women ,
ROPBIIS. WAITIBS. GRAHAM.lOBBIVS of the moat Perfect Reliable
err a. Father Dill Daly has sold Women made for loving men" and hvonomlial: Motor for Ijiunrhm and \ .,'ht. I I4 "I
lor A GRAHAM, the chest -Mary W Blatter In Kate Field' Wafthlngton. In the marki-t Ease tn mart runs until Mnpiwil to Tifton
'" nut horse Bolero, by Rayon d'Or, out with very little attention; .liw.hnllil" ..ra of
of All Hands lannchee complete and. stationery motor.
ATTORXEVS-AT-LAW Round to W. S. Simpson BUYING SOCIAL POLISH.
II, Palmer Ills. HrA.1 W. .IFlW)!10:, These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers
rVle Agent for lirrtard andoranire t,5.,
HOCBS:-From 10 to 12 a. m. :
Am
, rut English Couple Who Inatrnel I. the At I iiole. I U.
and 2 to 4 p. m. Art of Being Fine. (Catalogue and price* on applieatiou.Jinstcr'X to New York Washington Philadelphia

II TlTraVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. What a Collector: May taw A new profession for "gentlefolk"has ,

,B..I.IOS. A collecting animal) What a delightIt been discovered in London by two Baltimore Nashville Louisville Cincinnati
,
fill practice In all the courts-auto and fed in to be able ,
fulfill
to in one's own impecunious members of the cia!!& They :: Sale

[jj I i*.ial 1 1 facilities. for examining and perfect- person this definition ; to have the have discovered that there is a livelihoodto St. Louis, Mobile New Orleans, Atlanta and
,
I land tltlea Money to Loan. knowledge and to have the money. If be obtained by "polishing off" thenouveanx U NDF Rsnd l>jr virtue of a decree of foreclimure -

careful search were made by some favorable riches and others whom manners and sale I Immlnir out. of the Circuit: Chattanooga.
(onrt fur .
e. 1I."ar.I.'I,, mate .r lorlila,
inquirer it might perhaps be found "have not that repose which stampsthe tiMin the l.'th tint of duns, l 1I1In a rrrtalnranm
'EOEGE W. MORTON, that to be a collector to collect, calls caste of Vcre de Vere. They are a therein ol"I..II"Il"| ..... the lli>M>lna A
liraham
onipanv I t. complainant anil .lumen K:
into play some of the highest and noblest well born well bred married couple Ikiwman an ailntlnlntnttor the estate of lain Is
'v NOTARY PUBLIC, feelings of which man is capable. who are still sufficiently young to be "'1.., .......... M at, are ilrft.ml..nt*. I will||| M all||
I at public ""1..1'I" fnint of the court honwil.
.rirwuod' .' Canaveral '. Florida.I It certainly call into play some of the adaptable. They have been used to the hM'r.t Tit".,ilia I ,. during the legal| h."r..r .nliupon >

a worst. We must draw, of course a clear ways of the leisure class, and they are the and d::,e in In August:: ImA, |HIIK the
11 executed. Illlarnrthe"ii.Ph.. to HIP hliclicM anillHwt
I 'n\'I!\'anclng carefully:
and broad line between calling into playan clever enough to teach them. Anything hlililvr fur mull. the fnllnwinglcn| .rllnsl lanilItnatml

\ mortgages!: b.itlaf.ictlim, tto, unworthy feeling and inducing the from the cure of the cockney accent to I In the coiihtnf lint aril' anil Htal. "ifllorlila.tivvlt I

blanks on luml.iK mall to give way to it. the proper way to entertain a duke Is The onth .cat 'iiinrtt<>r of iwtloii 21). the wroth I
Many a collector has been tempted by taught for a "consideration. west iii \rlrr of the nortliram iimrlir| tinmwtlMaxt

the opportunity of acquiring a treasure The wife dewribes her share of the thenarthesstgxarterufrhewnthwmt iiiartrr| nf the northwmt quarter iUHrtrranil | .

r > : S. JONES, from lOW ignorant person at a twentieth work thus "I generally, she says, the nortliwnl. quarter| of the, Mhlwaatgnsrter |
of MI tIon V.: V\. null
toMiinlilp : > if
part of its value, to the groat loss "undertake to engage the services of all range 4<>east rnnUlnlnK In all lei at.rv".

,n rORNEV-AT-LA of the owner, and some have overcome specialists such as superior maids, who )). I.. <).U'll>rSKolilil : .

rt VlLLE, BltEY AnD CO., FLAi the temptation. Some haven't. Many H know what Is what andean give judicious ". 't Graham, 141.1111 I..t..r ""

collector has been tempted to delay the and useful hints to their mistress ; Atf)'. for C''I'II\I''I\'t.| Jnb5sugl a J

i 'mitv .'u
photograph in the idea-carefully: con and sometimes teachers of elocution. I

cealed from himself-that the owner have enroll one bad case of mere Notice of Attachment.
I '..u'u>i-c: J, T. 8AXDFH4, very t
Rotary.ACLDEN. and he will forget all about it, or one of outward vulgarity in three weeks for 10

1 &: SANDERS, them will die, or in some other way it guineas, and I have corrected a cockney In the County Court of the State of

R r will become a port of his own collection. accent in three morning for 8 guineas, Florida! In and! for llimnnl County :

\TTOR\EYh-AT-LAW, The knowledge of moat of us is adverseto while, on the other hand a certain city llll'1mril.fixnrcr, llartli-tt 1 'lio INN Port Tampa 1 all the "t'ar.
Oo., IniNiriKiratoillUlntlfTn. open )
1.111:: :rl':rm'tire In all the ('uurti nf the State the view that collectors alw ays-or man, who never aspired to anything V Attat'lll'nt.
J .H la. and the United States Court*. shall we say generally overcome this better than heavy British dinners Fri- \-S. [
II ft*. :2JS T1TCS*'ILLE, LA. G.o. V ('Ipnivntl.ihfeiiiUntJTOIieo .
curious to and Mansion
temptation. days Mondays at Brighton,
. \". ('... In .alx >
Money to Loan. it "It'ntl. ilpfniiilant >vf pntitlml '
.. Many a collector has been tempted to House balls until he married the ."It. and all oUivr |K-r.oiin |Interested:

rt dig up by the roots and carry away the daughter of a weat end restaurant Illan.agerhe are Iii rel.y nutiawl l Hint a Writ of At The Plant Line.
ycr .,, ..lit him liwn .liwiieil I i Steamship
. TOME REYNOLDS only specimen he can find of some rare knew nothing of life beyond against you IlIIan.r'HirI \
'hpil iln-
|Hrtv attiu tn satisfy the
1 a plant Let botanists and tourists look her own narrow III.hereave us carte ::} :;! Kimnier, llartlitt .V (.o? InroriMirateil -

1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. into their hearts and their other receptaclea blanche to make 'fine folks' of them. ainoiiiiting to \h''ty-t"l1r dollar*
1 anil ,
and blush. Coruhill "Not much could be done for him beyond thirty-three i-enl : [ luxurious, Niii el".in
111.4/ t
Magazine. Now | India the Court I "* ( nlu"hip"
keeping him quiet but she lent In Mlil i::nitsailapnlcadur.lqeunr:: \ ;:: :i l \ :rl to the :ileilaratlon -

3., Hutchlnson Avenue, Ala I We I> Not later_' Them. filed herein, at the (herb's. ornie. In Tllu.villu .-!
herself to our process. Now they have avery Florida. aid county, and mate on the the JSoul li niVn.t (M'M.n '' .
itumille Florida. "For some reason or other," remarksa pretty place in Hampshire and en Knle Day I" Ik'tnl..r. A II Isle, lwliiK the Tillilayof
L said default. will Iw entered
month
writer in one of the London weeklies tertain some rather nice people in the sgslntyulnaha I c.srs a anil aiiilliatlon| will Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa.
4 "the English people have never developed summer We ourselves received 1DO Iw male to the: ourt for Himl jiulirnient;:;: ; : and:

[JO\VELL TITUS, any marked and permanent curiosity guineas for our advice, but the husband your ln'l"rty| | will Iw aolil tn |pay the ilndt. Key West and Havana.
Dated thin Jtth day of Juno A D IX'ft.A .
about the affairs of the UniWStates. .
I insist have spent over 25,000 in adopting
'ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. A. XTEWART 1 Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.It. .
Upon special occasions of course our hints as to mode of living, and R.bbinsAimhany: (''U'rkAtt ....

Practice In State and Federal court Land as when a president is elected or shot he tells us that what he has got for it is ',,. for rialntlrT I Heal founty IjulyMMt4

tie a upeclalty Attorney for Hoard of or the price of}>etrolenm is forced up to worth double as much. "Philadelphia I Cnlrt.Itlitster'X : : I w. KENN, l'asMenger Trnftlo Manager,

'ant) Commissioners, and County Solicitor. 10 shillings a barrel, a sharp spasm of Press. Savannah, (la.

interest in American seizes
O Hot 8{. news upon
TITUSVILLE, FLA. May and )'.'rlmoa,. Sale.
But this and
us. soon lapsed we grow :

.. content with a minimum of telegraphic The pagans had a myth that "only
Freeman Hall, Silas B. Wright. from Washington and New bad women marry in May They hlldanothf'r. \DER and hy virtue I of a decree of fore-
intelligence :
Attorney-at-Law DeLand Fit. I U claaumanal I ale I Ixxnlnn out of the; 'ln I ultnrt
York, and, as for the American newspapers that if the marriage did take <<> of ItretarAvnudy l on the Cola rlav of The florida Central & peninsular {Railroad{

JALL & WRIGHT, when they arrive we scarcely take place the couple would live most unhappily June!Mary,E,1'addI.onet.al.are IWA In: a ca.elhcreln) :: dniiviiillnic.',.,nplsl.u.nmadN ), wherein
and children born of the
the trouble to glance at their contents. marriageif lilt.,. II. Mver .Catherine,," Mtern are ilivfenilmitu
INSURANCE AGENTS, American visitors to these shores continually it was not hopelessly rendered barren I will aril at |>ulillo outcry In front of
the conrtIaw diver at Tltunvilln, during the Short I.I no hotueeu Florida and nil Northern PoliilM.
, fitimille by thus slapping the fates in the
Florida. express amazement and chagrin at legal hour of nale. nnin the ant Monday In
read face--would be deformed or imbecile.! Auinmt, iwiftv IH-IIIK the Mh day of the niiinth,
the discovery of this fact. They so
Eeprcsenting the "Old Hartford," With like that in it is to the: lilKluwt: and Inert bidder::I for cash:, the fol Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ga., Columbia, Washington Bal
prizes
,iverpool & London A: Globe, and all the assiduously each day whole columns prospect, laying ile. .crllieil land. ultnated In the nnnty of
\'tiding about us in their own enterprising journals not much wonder that the ignorant and Hrevard and' Htate of Florida, tiwlt New York
| companies. Are prepared to timore, Philadelphia, Boston and the East.
t'nounenlug| at a caliliaite tree on the lank of
rite lines up to $20,000 In any part of at home that there seems something superstitious taboo May marriages, but the Indian River fifty yards south of a ditch pntrlnt -

:revard county. 'unnatural and even sinister in our failure there is no excuse yet. for this idiosyn ( the river at a |1,1. e known an John T., Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, iuUvllle, Cincinnati
."...ter'. landing. thenc* due went 4X1 yards,
of people at leant :
to reciprocate their cousinly interest. crasy thinking no thence math liar yards to the land now nwnoilhylMUtok. and Chicago:

f::1!'*AXE BAY, DADE COU T\. I When they say so, we do not defend our- sensible one. Krown and D W. futile them Kventt Birmingham (Holly Springs, Memphis| IJttlo hock, Kansas City, /bt

I W EWAN, i selves. How indeed should we? We Ovid was a firm believer in the superstition Pant Indian Itfver'. line thence.t Mild northerly Brown along and the futile river M Louie, Chicago, Sioux City.

/. U. S. COMMISSIONER. shuffle and murmur something about and said that no widow or to the |ihwe of -.""", ,,,,,'enient, contalnliiKtwelve River Junction, lYnxncoU, Mobile, New Oili-nnn, Texan, Mexico, Californiaand
girl would in May unless acre*, ns.rer I lean, and .Iwlnir the uin, iffectUo: 1Mtfiif.New
the ina young marry the 1'w.lflo Coast July H. .
Notary Public State at Large. I preoccupation for passing moment land deeded tn M Illlam II. Myen liy Kilward I1.
Macedonian intrigue, and turn the she wished to invite the displeasure of It'Iliuranal wife l 10 y Herd. recorded in Hook L. ..,
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. the gods, and that the imprudent woman | 154 of lirevaril <"nnnty Deed 1t..I.! l mid srwra.a .V..rk 1.lmll..1. and New fork Fat
comfortable .
conversation into some more Laud' ., lot M.U laares Jw bwurdle 7 iii a. 0a. auA tlau
townihln
IwUiK one wx tlon 3J
'M-respondence solicited. Address: remains and who braved their wrath would fill an a pan W ,aa.. n' m..dully, with Through liillinan Mleriwra for
channel But the fact 21, south of range eaatD aw :
V ,
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove M ;verett, Havaniiah, olun.Ma, Wanlilnicloii, Haltlmore -
early Ovid pinned his faith to L. OAI'U'rKolil.du :\,
grave.
we accept It. |-illitiU| >l II| hla. New York II.-ton aid all
:
Office, Ewan'g Landing. rosy June the birth month of June, and ) &: Graham H|*< lal !Mauler u w a F surnlsdnl.| Arrlre.Jsks.nrl11a10 Jiia.lu.

JustVhat',. Needed when he got ready to launch his daughter AU')'. for ( ""| lalnant. julvaii a.- i and('omparuawutCanlStwanXt.Angu.tlneand even )I', in

W. ALLEN on the matrimonial sea he studied W nevi New lurk. IHnlng care to and from Manningt
GEORGE .
the stars and all the superstitions to
Exclaims thousands of people who -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at this make sure that he would not run upon "" ar I Only I Ine Through the llenntlfiil Hill

season of the year, and who have noted Scylla In steering off Charybdis. ''r (;oiu.trv of Mlilille' F lorliU, I'.awrds, anil
Key West of the medicine In Resolved to match the girl he tried to find v uw Fsrrml/1r; | | +ave kaonvllle e.lsa a. m.
the giving f..v.
Florida. success l 4 e t p '..r |j>ke I'Ity, tea. Maillaiiii, Alonths'llo, !! ,
them relief from that tired feeling, What days unproepenraa were, what moons .,,,, ',"' A Tallahanaee' Klver Jum.tlon, fenaacola' Mnlnle.
Will practice In the United States waning appetite and state of extreme were kind. 1Poor :Newlirleaiia, anil the aouthwent, !Meslra. 'alt.fitrnla .
Jld After June's sacred ides his fancy atraye/1 + n. 'I/ ami the 1-arlNo < i_t. tarrlee rlre|>,,,,
Mate Courts. 9jun05DR I exhaustion after the close confinementof Good to the man and happy to-the maid. .ies ArrivesJs,'kwllrln.lvfa: in.l .
R
a long winter season, the busy time 'i t y
r \
attendant upon a large and pressing bus Better One Way. p : u _*". Jai'kw>nvllle 11:611: a. ,,. fur Htarke,Haw-
B. with tle.raXllrerX L. WILLS iness during the spring months and l :: :
In North Carolina lately case was ""' t v. N w lawsinrt I Tataree, AlK.l.ka.nrUnil. i irW
vacation time yet some weeks distant.It tried In which, the defendant's charaoter ? i lli ... ijM-omhMi. ..... ( ." City,
Is then that the building-up powers l Tail, ArrlreJeks.rdle..4'lpm.
PHYSICIAN &: SURGEON, of Hood's Sarsaparilla are fully appreciated. having been impeached, it was f '
It seems perfectly adapted to overcome ought to bolster it up by showing he Healthmeans I 11'1't <',.Innatl and lorlila Mmlte.1 ....... Jack
TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA. N I I J 0 0 t s.uvllle.p )>' ui 1udWVeallxilelraln.I Tlui
caused by changeof had reformed and Joined the church.
that prostration 'r a% a little ovrr. M houra tu Orrict::-Hutchlnson Avenue near season, climate or life, and while it The witness who belonged to the same 4.. 0 Atlanta. ( hattam '(.. 4'onnm U for Na.h llle. t

the Indian River hotel. tones and sustains the system, It purifies church insisted that at the defendant so much more than r.. lail.ville, (tbliauu and all .iMilnta n rtk enfROaDA
.. west Arrive Jacksonville 10 Jo 'a. in.
and vitalizes the blood. was now a Christian man of course his ta.rsa A. "'.,,

character was better. Counsel asked. you imagine-serious and ..r.rrai.a.o I( i sly Holly Hprlnica' Kuute. M. Ixwla, Kanaaa City' ,

JOHN ASPINWALL, Notice. him, "Doesn't he drink just as much as fatal diseases result from _k. ,,,, (hltaico. i.an Ja kaonville t'M p. m. (InMa
..un, Atlanta, Klriulnicnam,
holly
Springs
he ever did?" Th witness, who was
trifling ailments neglected. Mrmphla, rtiirliiicneld. Ksaas'Pty HI. hole, Chli-airn, Hloux City. Thnmh Hleepera without
REAL: !: ESTATE INSURANCE. In the Circuit Court In and for Brevard colored and evidently embarrassed by Don't play with Nature's change: W ksn.se 'Pty: Cad -it, Uwla, and only one iliange tu Chicago and nloux tlty. Arrive
the Inquiry slowly raised his eye andsaid J"'I0..III. 10all a. 'D.
County, State of Florida : m P. M.--l -al for Tallahaawe and Intermediate nnlnta, Am, kaiinvllle 4 4M p. mMl .
-In CHA.VCIHV. with much deliberation "I thinkhe greatest gift-health. Y.: : :ror Tampa and lnternHHllaMM>lnU: Pullman aleetere I Arri JackatinvlIleSJOa: ...
EAl" GALLIE, FLORIDA. do. but he carries it more better. "- Fur M"mh D. B. Math oa. I If ya are tolls' .. .
>'8. I J Bill for Irivon: San Francisco ArgonautMany oalof sorts wet. Atlanta twoTnln.la.lly.. I. are Jackaonillle T9oa.manASlOpm.: PullmanaMiniri
CRAVEN Era O. Matheaon. I -- generally .*. ""' >ra tn .pleat., naaag the Holly: H| rli>K. akwl5n. can remain In tlielr Iwnb, until ads a. M.ITillnian .
F.V. appearing by the affidavit of Complainant Browns '''YO. Sleepers un all Night Train:
Teea r. 7laaar ssse ,
IT died la the above cauae, that the Defendant, BO.appetite
DENTIST, Era; G. Malbeeon, la a ...-,..Ideot of the Not only human beings but cows, .,.. .nclak'lag webs CSend for Heat Inileied Tuwnablp M.p"f Florida tu

State of Florida and said over defendant the age of resides lwentyonveara. In the. sheep squirrel and many kinds of birds, begina Ike meal r lla. N. 8. PENNINOTON, A. O. MACDONKLL,
Trrc and thai
viLfK .. .
FLORIDA.At
.a.
City of Detroit. State of Michigan, and thai are fond of mushrooms. In many place Iron I ctreaftkealafaiedlclae.wkkkla Traffie Manager. General I'aaaenger Ag'L
In the Bute of Florida the
present at Mr. Decker' boarding sure cs U of no a penoa iubrxena upon whom would Mnd mushroom are dried just a* our grandmother Brewa. A few lea .fclllera. ....-.

bouie said defendant: It U, therefore orderedthl once dried apple, strung on lie* care-bca al __ =__ .. 4
be
Eva O. Matheeon. required
. > the to appear defendant and, anawer the omyLlnat'. strings and bung from the ceiling for comes from the

said bill of complaint on or before the 10th day winter 1III. Some European specie* are Bitters very'tnl dnae.tf
John B Stetson of August 16 or the said bill will be take .. ] One .*. tl'lpUaual ':'
University complainant be allowed ton used In coloring. yield a yellow 1HI4. d
:lceedexparM with his said cauae. dye another an exquisite green which &tt take.

DeLand Florl.la. be ilia irabli'hed unbar once ordered each that week a copy for four of this e...order ae,... colon the tree on which it grows and

the .""luIla the 11I'1>IA s Rivas Aovo a'ars. a I from this wood i* manufactured the celebrated It Cures

Cr. M!!*bK'.J:' ., Normal School ..Witness....per published the Honorable. la John II. Broome, Tunbridge w'&re. The poor' people Dyspepsia. KUn y and Uvcr

ii,i,, y 4. ; iofand CouMrratory / Ju/lraof said aa well aa A. A Stewart, of Fraooouia, Germany dry press and THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
"itutloBi, cri. ; Trouble
nak. Faculty itork thereof, : *..al of aaldeourt. at the certain kind of mushroom Neuralgia, ,
ktluli r he c4enm. Sgehna elegant buiklinira, .....rI .....i- In TituivUle. this the Wh day of stitch together a Constipation, Bd Blood ;
iaSTj. 't: :by etortnclty which i* then made into garment j
A IJ 11IU6.
,
tTBB,.?....*.. lie b ar lEfc n.nt Thorooiflily 0' Ybykwl: equippedHui Culture July A. A. BTE'" ART.OauJde. *, and in Bohemia Urge round Malaria Mervou ailment Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.
.I
...I"Military. rIU foe yang _a. Library DC A: Banders, (lark Circuit Court toadstool i* dried and the inside re Women's compUlaU. .
,'1. !"**. K _. leadial bar cneaed red 10 Use bj some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.TITV&V'ILf.E .
Tbr'' i 1 ud dips tweeklyi Bol. for Compl I I moved It i* turned bottom upward fastened Get OIly Ihe. geaalna
;t "! 1 Circui{ Cart ... .
IPI" : dJpfcylk:: JulyU-aug I Uaee oej ,h. .1'. All eskers ate eeaatuatea. "
chemical wall and used hold .
the to
IU..I.Jr_. : a aiio"and I to a On receipt of Iw at alaeipewe
& \* ba.loUalf for M.. will send of Ten BeMttfnl WerU.
"** beautiful trailing Tine, which Ml
*' *'th adieu lahllabe l .wed.m not keep grow.luxuriantlySt.
I tbu.* arm < repataMi Poultry that II s. Fair View and book-Itee. FLORIDA
Hwuad Deccmlwr Nkhola
';?at."x: to Send f0f eataiutJu.viaS Ona fall Infof- a* long aan will poultry that ba Un : DOWN CMtMlCAL CO. IAt.TIYOIII, MO.

JOHN .rOIUIE8 I'retldenl. dry picked.







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> 4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JULY 19, 1895

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-+ hill RITER ADVOCATE. 4WSIKIV CAPT. N. N. PEHKT seems to think In Florida can a tract of forty I the count Judge under states Chapter witnessesin 4458 of DAME. PBITCHARD, rtV6aM DnowWirC.hler.NETT' Vlce-President;
Florida to
the laws pay
that the of the schemefor three thousand of land I be
acres
promoters of Florida vs. M.
the case of the State
building a county road are found with ten miles of river front, C. Hardee according to the roll famished INDIAN RIVER STATE BA

y )tr*.*t. MTOTID TO mm A1IDLAII. ."noO.II.'O".IIID""al..a pushing It for their own pleasure with a railroad running throughthe by the county judge with his said requi NK

and benefit. The ADVOCATE does tract, Immediately adjoining a sition.
t woa I&CfIOJl. derive town-the Permits were granted to the following (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida 1
not expect to any more good-sized county seat to carry repeating rifles : thai. >

pleasure from the road than the -with electric lights, shelled K.persons Cenyon: Snell Hendry. Authorized capital
........... ........ WALT. B. OBAIAM $100,ooc
tutor average citizen! and we are certainly streets, ice factory, bank, newspapers (). the petition of S. hitching, Ernest Paid
up capital
A/IOCl* S- ,nOra: Manager; CilAi WALTON not pushing the road from etc.. etc. Fouler and others!, for a public road from I

selfish motive but The be St. Sebastian to Fort Drum, the Board n Average deposits, |
f any or personal Delecpine grant can appointed F. K. Hunter, L. J. Byrd andJ. $30oooc

I Oflloe: Washington Avenue, TItuiTille on the sound, democratic principalof bought very cheap. The titles can Herndon to view and lay out the

;;"!!11 Indian River, Florida. the greatest good; for the greatest be put In shape within sixty days, same, and make their report on the first Transacts Central Baniiii

number. We think the con. If a purchaser can be found, andIt Monday AugustOn 1

!tj struction of a shell road 120 miles would prove a bonanza to any motion, It was ordered that Mrs.be Business
Jacobson and Mrs. Bean, paupers I
i j PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY.
: t' long, will be a grand advertisementfor syndicate which could control five raised to ten dollars per month.On .

','I the Indian River and Brevard thousand settlers!! Such syndicates motion, it was ordered that the Largest and OldeU! Bank on the 9ile;

; Check,etc., may ha male pejrable to "Graham county. The tide of travel has set undoubtedly exist, and if our bus following bills be paid out of the fine

i, \ Walton," )>"hlleher. and proprietors. strongly for south Dade. The New ness men will organize and go at and forfeiture fund: 11. R. Wilson $7.54, :, IHllt.111IJA..J'RITC'HARI1W \*
J A. A. Stewart $3040 J. E. Bowman,
,. t j A.h
: I: 5 Twain month, tl.M have many attractions for the we can find one. On motion, It was ordered that the bid L HITRREE: il'Ice( .-1'reeldentatl, terkn|"?? ll

I 'Ii i Br too horoeseeker. The rich mucK lands if we could get a syndicate to of the Vance-Oarrett Printing companybe ,, HHOWS lacknonvllle), W. A lilfl", ,,,, 1t 'lflj

1 Three'" JSO drained the canal 'between accepted for blanks! '
take hold of the
by Delesplne
company grant CORIU:
Ii I M'OM vfleaboard I'
,. ; J 5 The aiwessor's books being presentedto
Ingle copjr '
; National Hank ,,
Lake Worth and Biscay and settle five thousand people on \ \
I,, Strictly In advance.l' the Board for examination and equal. VationalHankofJackim ill. 'I'
t Bay, and the milder winter climate this most desirable tract of land, ization, and the board hiving thoroughly i
l' I The Include the payment nf of the far southeast examined the books, were accepted ,rII..LE, FIAt\...n
).,. r,I ace by taboveRn serlptl.. can commence soy coast, serve to what would it mean for Titusville --'UITLT
time during the year. attract the majority of home. Anybody CRR think it out for them by the Board.In -- -
the matter of II O. Ganett, the
,. seekers. If Brevard expects to selves. The question is have our
lH.er.xiklly Board has no power to act. EAST COAST LINE -
I r at tblif ofllre or by writing share in the era of prosperity whichis business men sufllclent enterprise In the matter of the game law, the t,

,. i gathering force throughout the to organize and act ? If they are Board decided to lay the matter over to

\ e I' MEMRRits OP nation, and to secure its share of anxious to flee Titusville prosper the next meeting In August Land Department
The report of J. Mendel as road commissioner /
I' THE FLORIDA I'KESS ASSOCIATION, the emroigrants who will come to and increase in population, they; of district Xo. 1; W. II Sharpeof

I I AFFILIATED WITH THE: Florida during ,jlie next few Jean, will do 110 at once, by organizing aboard I I district No. 3, and R. D. lloke, of district This Company offers' FOR SALE LANDS Adapted tm
we hate got to put on a progressive of trade or business! ml'n'fI No. 5, for the six months ending
I' I I' National Kihtannl Attoctatwn. and attractive A league and the lines June 30, 180'! ;, having been examinedand
appearance. acting upon # Fruit Growing and ]
I the Trucking(
I found correct, were approved by
grand shell road which would prove suggested above. \
'l is Addrena all communication to tile 1*roqrle"I Board
t : to... "a thing of beauty and a joy for- The following bills were audited and ALONG ITS LINE OF ROADS.

ever," may be the means of at. ordered to be paid:
1 ORAtUM A WALTON THE NEW GAME LAW. Zjf- Special terms to actual settler For further particulars, address.
tracting many people to Brevard W II Sharpe, county com $ 2200

'I i INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, county, who would otherwise pass J Mendel, 10 80 JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissions
Many of our people take a good; F T Budge 8 00
:1.: I TlTIWVILLK riOBIDA. through, and take up their homes deal of interest in- the new game R I) Hoke, 30 00 J., St. A. & I. II. Il'y, ST. AUGUSTINE FU

I ----- -- -- -- in south Dade. This is the strong. law, and in Brevard county the J Houston, It. . 30 00

f IN discussing the road question, est argument we have to urge in board of Commissioner Dr.James,inquest, Ilethcrington 1000J

!' it should be remembered tbat the favor of the road project. County Kline, merchandise. . 2 :JO STILING FLORIDA
have been asked fix THE EDWARD CART
to upon cer- J F Wooten, com. assessor 18')3!) 58 58
,.' II corporations and non residents will tain months in which deer ghoul A T Feaster, treasurer . 10 7;J ,

I ,) pay three-fourths of its cost Of PROSPECTS OF TITUSVILLE.The not be chased, hunted, caught, B L Wills, attending/ panper 500 Made for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread

i'I t an the taxes collected in lirevard, killed molested. These months A Cleveland, reg. officer . 10 41 ,
home do suspension of the Indian or J E Bowman, sheriff . 58 00
j.I' our people-the voters-
River Steamboat must follow each other consecu M S Jones, county judge. . 1:1300
: not pay more than one-fourth. It I company deprivedsome tively. It has been proposed to II Titus, pros attorney. . S.J 3.1:
I; ; is claimed by the opponents of the of our best people of employ. name certain summer months 8S J Mendel, copying minutes 3 00

1, i' road project that a shell drive ment, who were compelled to seek those in which deer be killed. A A Stewart, accountant. . 13 00

would attractive rule situations elsewhere. A portion of may A Froscher, burying pauper. 1000
as a ,
prove We know little of the habits
.t very F Chaffee A Co. med nauners. 4 5;%
'
II only to wealthy people, who could the trade which formerly came to I of deer, but the law provides that 1lcctrlcght-company: :: 873

i own teams. and bicycles. Are such Titusville has been, to a certain ex the eight months in which dee Wei more A Gladwin, for Ice. 1051 l :

not the class whom we want to at. tent, diverted to other points. It shall not be killed shall Include W T Hays, Inquest, Dougherty!! 5 75 J

; tract ? It should be rememberedI has been found that lumber and W T Hays, inquest.ifetherington 0 H .. .
those months in which the ;
I i I: it is the people of who other heavy freights can be han major. D L Bryan, juror, body of seen 00 .... -';" ,
means
of the doe deer WW Snell 00
I ity are usually engaged oIIM'.lr ..: t
:f I .. buy land and build homes in .Flor died from certain towns south of in dropping and suckling J I, Harrison .' 00 1." ,_"<" -. __> ,

.' i ida, who put money in circulation here as distributing centres just us their J H D Smith, ." 005f 'n ", .. .: ..:"
well from Titusville. young. F Mount 00 J(
and as Owing to ,
r' jo give employment to one or FOR SALE BY -
We learn from careful
"
a perusalof C L CO
)II a more worthy people the year round the great freezes of last winter, our the law, however, that the fixingof J Mendel Taylor, stationary, for board. 11 00 EDWARD ST7TT .3OXTG-

I ': in taking care of their places. people, all along the river, are com the time for prohibiting thkilhng'of J Crawford, copy of laws . 3 00 ,

; Surely we ought to be anxious to pelled to practice the most rigid deer is not left R D Hoke, road work, road fund 2 00 The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer

{ hence business in entirelyto J Houston, 3 1 53;; OOOO.A. Indi4txi.Itlvor FLORJDA:
attract people of means, as that economy general : : ,
,I fI I f. class less is dull. Some of our merch the discretion of lirevard coun F T Budge, special fund, tank. 120 4:}
l always bring more or ty. The closing paragraph of T W Price, painting house 13 33
; laborers with them in their train. ants report that their business Is Section that "all J E Bowman, feeding prisoners 51 10
t provides counties -
In satisfactory shape others, how. J E Bowman 3310

feel south of township 14 shall Futch . 000 ASPHALT ROOF PAINTS
; ever, discouraged. Mary pauper. I I
t ;11 J' A. V. HiscocK:, of Georgiana, Nothing 1 la to be gained by sitting make the season for shooting uniform Chas. Padgett, It. . 1000 ,

t in treating the road question in ." It will, therefore, be nee. Wm. Anderson, .. .. .. 000

' ; I i the Star, last week, gives us a down and waiting for something to in order to fix the season Eva Sparkman . . 5 00
\ turn up. We should make an ef essary Sarah Bean, . .. 1000 Ground in Pure :
chapter from the ancient Wanted.
) history fort to turn something up. We be for prohibiting the killing of deer Uhas. Jacobson, . 10 00 Red Brown slid Agents I
of of the
"one" great northwestern lieve it can be done by a united in this section, for the County M Hayden, . . 4 00 hlOhll J i Write for Samples,
i, states, which floated bonds to Commissioners of the several counties E L Brady, Rtbaguy, pauper. 8 00 and es t

build effort of our business men. Kufalla .. . . Prices
help a railroad to give the in South Florida to hold a convention pauper. 400R Grade Black : ,
n n people work. lie says the bonds (In several occasions the ADVOCATE and uniform B Burchtiel, survey, road fund 30 (00 j( Etc.
a ;
k has pointed out the benefits agree upon J Houston, 0 00 Asphaltum. Catalogue.
were floated at twenty-flve cents on season. This will relieve the "
J
I which be Mendel, 11 60 !
might anticipated by or-
the dollar. .How does this apply Commissioners R D Hoke "
ganizing a board of trade. One or County of Brevarc i M 00 FOE PAINTING E : :
;.1 I as an argument to the road question from taking the responsibility upon J Houston, 1175C
I! in lirevard two abortive efforts were made to T Wolf, witness state vs Harden 11 30
The
county themselves and understand TIN Rail'
4 ; ADVOCATE has told its readers act upon our suggestions, but nothing as we Thos. Wright" 1130J IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS, Factory, Farm and
repeatedly there
is a wide difference of opinion E Matson, ii St 1140E
that under the law, the was accomplished. We take among their constituents on the Muster, *' .' 1130 road and
occasion to speak of the Buildings; Freight Cars Bridges Fences
bonds cannot be sold for less than subject subject, they will be glad to learn Carrie Mosier, 1130J ,
t ninety.fhe cents on the dollar. If again. The time is ripe for the of this wise of the law. B Richardson, 11 ::10
provision
u Iron Work of Kind
J the law will not permit of a sale of organization of a board of tradeor Mary Keck 11 31)Louisa every ,
,
I Sorenson. 1130
1 f the bonds at less than mnety.flve .!business men's league F Schenk, 1130 Building Papers Tarred Ready
'j'; Our merchants and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.The Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt
' j r professional ii
should
II cents, why we consider the W Edwards, 1100
possibility of a sale at twentyfivecents men should get together and form J Finley, .. 1130 Roofing, and all kinds of
themselves into Board met pursuant to adjournment E Jaudon 10 U
an organization to 1140 '
on the dollar or even three I3oofin.gr: Supplies o
look after the welfare of the town, on Monday July 8. F Hill, 4 aI 1030 FROM
times that sum P As to the rate to its It was ordered that D. S. Bryant be G E Male, a' 1130 The Armitage Manuf'g Co.
lit of interest, the ADVOCATE, as well promote prosperity by an f: Kushell!, 1130 ,
appointed Inspector of cattle In District
I'! sus many other earnest friend of earnest endeavor to secure the location Yo 4.Tbe. J W Grant, II 1133 Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
of establish Chs; Columbus II "
manufacturing
1130
,'t road project, have said repeatedly ments. Much has already been bond of 11. B. Howard for notary L Benson, II.5'I 1130 3200 to 3300 WHHnnuburgAte., Richmond, Va

that they will oppose an I done by individual effort along this public having been examined: and found C E Andrews, 'r ." 1130
l'the issue of bonds "
at rate exceed. F McMalr, 1130
I any
I ,l line. Witness Electric sufficient the same was approved by the .
; lag six per cent. our Light I J M Murphy, II. II 1130 -l1
i1! company, the Fibre and Brush factory Board. II S Stark 11 an Ir
q 1 w It was ordered that the of T E Richards It II II MerchantsMetal
': the Phttnix mills, ice factory, petition II. 1110C
t CHARLES MAOBCDEK, of Brant. etc., etc. ; but much more can be B. Howard and others for a road from E Kaiser, 1130 I
''r :U ley, in the Star, he thinks the J T Kaiser, to II 1130
says accomplished by united Fort Drum to St. Sebastian be returnedto :x "Spanish"
systematic "
"
A Dattlelon
' ; I'' i Commissioners have thus 1130D .
County
4 effort. See what Tampa has lone ; the petitioners, as the viewers appoint. J ;Jonel', II II 1130

r J. !' I far, acted in a "perfectly just and) look at Ocala, and now it is reported ed on said petition refused to serve. J Maetello, 'a 55 .a 1130 -* TILES. +-
!l': ; correct manner," but that they J Sorenllon, It.. 'a
I' ". that l'alatka has secured a It Is ordered that a permit be grantedto 1130Miss
I have left out one important point, I J. W. McCrory, J. S. and J. V. Coats Crosby, 1110M W. hays three dl.llntl
II cigar factory, to employ six hun to to
II
II Smith, gurf-
1130 .. Straight
that is the proposed width of the 6t e for
1 dred hands. This means a pay operating under the firm of McCrory S C Stewart, to to to 1130 via : '1'10, 10"4, a tb*'
road. This il it one of the points roll of probably eight thousand Co., be allowed to fish with a 4 Inch gill J Nelson, 'a a' 11$0 At well a.a Speelrhur;:

M tbat Mr. Magruder urged before dollars week-nearly half a net In the waters of Salt, Lufman, Silver, J WaUer, II.a to 1130 / T uatedThe TILE .
,the board. We per C P Mast a' to to 8ur(4cei.
\ agree with him, million dollars vear. Reeth and Clark lakes to catch fish for 1140
per C C Mast 'a as II
.j' that if possible u uniform right-of- Titusville must be' up and doing. home use, subject to the provision of Torn West a' 55 ai 1130 1140 Ornamental
.. ,
It way should be secured the whole I Persistent effort and the spending I I amendment of Sec. 1 of Chapter 4.211: I T V Moore to to to 1130 '.., ... Roof made roost and thor

length of the county ; but we regret of a little money will bring us a act 1803. R D lIob 0. 55 aa 130G -.....: ..;,. oughly.torm-proot
I E Coon to to a
.1 to say, that this road question, On the petition of C. F. Houston J. 1130G
cigar factory, and when one ii secured Calhoun a' to .a
i. I I ai far as route is concerned, should I other will follow but we II. D. Smith, William Treutler, B. J. \V D Lafton to to to 1160 1100 The"STAR"Yentilator "ALASKAMERCHANT'S"

,: I have been settled years and years 'must make an effort ; we need not Stewart and others for a road running D C Callahan 'a to aa 11 10 Galvanized Iron tee N'. cu.ran-

ago. Certain neighborhoods have expect to get something for nothing from Horse Creek bridge, thence southeast C A Woolen II 1130 Copper or lira*. n el lists.our high'to '
been to highly and improved 'V Cleveland a' 1130tY Absolutely the heat Ornamental
developed to the line dividing north half ofsouthwest l be mate the
but we can rest assured if we a' by
a'
I' De Luna .
that 1130 Durable, Btortu1'ioof ,
much -
i we very doubt spend some time and money in inducing ; quarter from the south-half Will. Smith 1130 calm Oil ROOFING
whether a uniform width can be of southwest of section 8 Process.
quarter town.
manufacturing establishments
The I Prevent down Incorporated'
following changes draught
obtained were made In (
but
at understand
present, we hip 27, 37 thence toe
1 IL. to locate here, and go at the range across the assessment roll :
that it it the intention, wherever matter in a practical, business-like track of the J., St. A A I. R. K'y. to the 'K'' Val MERCHANT & CO., an Arch St... Philadelphia, Pa.
r iRseed
J possible, to have.a road of a way, we will succeed, and will be I east side of said track, then south along In. E. lUker. IT acres : 311' uoiljuooci : I .::::::::J Itn
I I width. We did a.: U .I..It.b tot S la, A 11ilk jlJ IT
uniform certainly amply repaid for our efforts. ssJd track to the north end of Highland i iaVelue I XI, Eau Ukill* I IJ BOOOallie ____ ___ II
,sot intend to place Mr. Magruder T tUnderm lot 3., blk S. Ku_ .
thence n
the south said
Tale matter of colonies- on avenue to
in A false light before the public. several large bodies of immigrantshave Ninth street, thence west on said Ninth It Powell lot 1. (. U Ja loo! aoo Ubllhe4 1883. I JAS Y BOFILL & CO.,
We did understand him 1- and 14 bilL 111 Melbourne ....
not to say been secured various street to Magnolia avenue, thence south .. .
for parts a- 8te art lot bilL N 2501. L. BARBOT & CO.
that be the issue I i Fruit and Produce
q was opposed to. in the south ; one in particular, by on Magnolia avenue to the bridge across G Melbourne H Kuuipb.. 3 & 4. Nil, I. .: ? I

G 1 I of bonds "under any circuin the Flagler interests. Only a few the Eau Gallie creek! thence across said H ('oleuian *ad Tinuvllle 34 tl M I! :.... General
stances" We understood his tl L Hum, lot II esc S III | I / Commission. Commission Merchants |
positiqn das ago General Howard, of bridge south through the land of lot*bit A TiluevlU 3-WI46 ...1' :=10 ,
i i :was, that if Merritts Island in the and be Gleason, 11 IT Hodgson, Wilson, Hodg- VkMrOroarT.lotlil A 17' I
Chicago, was state I I
I .
subd/v.IutSblkA/ lit .!! g P O. Boa 1039.REFEttENrxaIlausiaea-
l received
its share of the bond topped over one night in Titus son Bros., and Adams, thence to quarter.section vllle I >.3A, 1 a 40JQ Q, tff v A..Z N ... ....d tit IJ
a 1.50g.
: :
money, and a uniform right-of- ville, and was surprised to learn of line between section :21, .'3, 27 1.ub-d1".1oI1 t Lanttu.....blk lot A S Wager Tinesviii. ; I I :Q'QO a c AQ O .C O aiM W Mo.: Smith,Tonle Jt: CoOuuuuercikl Chirag'I !n'''
way was decided upon, he would QQ.. !! :' 1 'ruet; tank of L. utsaan4;; N. IL Cn r 1fty \
and 37 then south on the subdivisionline a ... tunsWsuM
go 'r'iMj
Balking Au' Jeha w.
favor the road project. He tiled a THE VELISriME GHAfcT.; Graham A: "Walton a. U ft f I I :IiIQ..f.s ( J, C. wmltb.t; Co, 5t. Lanai.. M' 3 .,
where Intersecting! the old county kx a bit U TUutrtlleE 3.38 1,000 j .....1 t-a W ; M'?
petition with the board, but wheth. lie said he was not aware that road In J. L. Harrison's land In sections deal B wa1er kook, pan U .lot 3, dee lil&. II.. (4.,514.Peterson. ;, Fruit Ft.Gaiuw anal ,J'ruduce Iia.; B. M.Trade Mosier tepee".

er it was read, the writer is unableto such a large body of land could be Te, 27, 3 7. Mk.12., Titu. hale iii Ye NEW ORLEANS, Amende
I. Ou motion it was ordered that the sum L H '1.............. Ore"
state but lu. im- found well New No. 349-331 1'oydrMNew
located
positively an so in
anywhere
of '4.11.. $ ) be appropriated from the Fine I Ian r. t5 'I."i 4 J S Spa LA.
it i prualO.1) jt the itate. He Where 1100. .r J >l xe! pot.I was correct. sod} Forfeiture Fund on the requUiton of Dater )I. (
.ttiuuercUl .11.""' JrlJberal.A.n.-

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Awarded : Acting Mayor Houston Monday morning anxious to see the discussion narrowed what they hate been urged to by the |I

Honorf-World'* Fair I on complaint of David Brown, colored, down to a logical basis. Why not uncertain .. i opponents, a* well as the advocates of

chest DR; II I charged with fighting and disorderly as closely rc"llblutbo"e points the road: but we fear It matter not COCOA ICE WORKS

' conduct. He was given six d.ijs' workon which the adtucatrs and what ,
I KIOC upon opponent com* they pursue, It looks* If
the
street. of the road cannot agree and then discus the opponents hate decided upon a policy Ooooci, F'lOridtt.:

Surveyor Burchfiel, accompanied by such subjects.Mr. I of continual protest and objections

' Capt. Ij. A. Hardee and County Commissioner "Xo Uond" thinks that the County I Their record I lit one of shifting from one NOw IKT OPE .A.TXON.

Houston, began a survey of the rommiMiloner should rl'tlre'n their position to another Why do they not G. CJ. w l'7t ii'cci'R ,

contemplated new county road last record lie says: "Thev have Immortalized get together, hold a meeting, "..rnmIRt.A .

OCj Monday, commencing a short distance themselves by giving J"b at *.1 per platform and stand by It, and let the Manufacturer -

CREAM north of Eau Gallie and working south day to collect gratuitous rellmjuUhmenUOf question' lie derided upon Its merits t3Inj "
.. ICE & TSTT> LTYMD \v..ir] ]
right for --
The Union Sunday-school, undercharge ) -nf-way It shell road. The -- --
1 1J AnvocATF think! that the *.) for r Marks on Florida.
DAKINpoDLR of Mrs. Adam! Is well attended the mentioned will paid ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE
considering the warm weather and so purpose prove good
few Investment, and that It will\ the Major M. R. Marks I III out in a strong '
members save
lee ( heM
left In town Miss Laura JJ Refrigerators, ", Freezers' and Water f Cooler.
Houston presides at the Mrs. county a large sum of monev, even If letter In the Reporter: in which he urge

,:! Adams Is to be congratulated organ.on her the project of building a shell road is the people to take hold of the matter: of Lake Worth Ice Works

successful efforts to keep the school together abandoned If a permanent route for A an exhibit at .\t1antThe: Major urge: ,

MOST PERFECT MADE county road can be established, and future that the people take up the matter and
Powder. collect and forward exhibits that will betransported PALM 1 11KAC1I FLA.
Lre Crap Cream of Tartar Fret Rev. Mr. litigation on the subject avoided ,
White
1 ,i Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant having been appointed the County Commissioners. will\ han accomplished free of charge. If thi I III

jp YEARS THE STANDARD. by the presiding elder of this a tank of Jtrl'at'alllo to the (done the state may jet make a good

district to fill the vacancy caused by the people. They will\ sate bundled. perhaps showing, and thousand of men null CIAS.: : BI.VM 5c CO. ,
resignation of Rev. J. A. Jordan will
,
hold thousand, of dollars in future, in capital m.vy fro attracted to Florida -- llt'UMt: l1711310 \ -
Methodist
Beach. services at the Baptist:
.
Coronado He
chinch next Sunday evening. It Is litigation. says : TTVlaaos: rvimcl. L:1Q."l.1.ors:
Take for Instance the fight on the road "A state with lt'iOO mile' of sea const, ,

Ujor[ St Clair Abrams was heard to the hoped all will come out and welcome question from Rocklodge to South Rook- :2,800 mile of navigable: ilteis! with\ five adz Ion 311 \\'. IUv. SI..
while enjoying the benefits of new minister to his new charge.
nark ledge The Star Is at present' running of the best hailnns In the 1I111..n.lth '
line in the turf. "This the The work train of the JACKSONVILLE '. FLA _
life Flagler Railway an advertisement notifying non-resident enough fish and oysters' to supply) generations
1st thing that has been done at Cor- has been at Eau Gallie\\ the past week. property owners of the Intention of the jet unborn, with 871 per trot of Kif,Mr Anti IWinrlHiii ganon. lilnklt-ii from t\ '

11to 1do :Some tllliug-in is bring done at Melbourne board to establish a new road from her forests, jet untouched by the handof t"If: nl from; f I,7.1 V>!(3.7111"or gallon

|Till two Californian orange trees, preited but Conductor; Vaughn finds it Rockledge to South RockUnlge This man; with her industiloH, her turpentine Iff lea, Mountain 1te :make: *Ikiw Px| <(rlt1tv.:urnN I <>hlitkrv r North,
to the hotel by Mr. Cook, the pleasanter to put-up at this town. As advertisement will\ cost from $18 to t.'O, phosphate, paint, cements, >ears old, f J,All |pertallou.!

inlici merchant of Xew Smyrna, have the crew numbers some forty men, times and there will be other foes In connection finite and vegetables, Sea Isl.ind cotton, IMN,Ina.-t'I., KAI.l 2)1.)' .t., J Ral' ,:W<.U, I I.ol::; ,

,ted and are leafing out uplernluilyhi have been livelier since they came. The with the matter, and possibly litigation her cigar, lire, tobacco rein, cattle, ".p-ll sal| II to..I". f 1:: !, Mitilfnrtlt

in front of the building bridge gang are also doing work on ; it may cost one or two hundred, gralelau.1 grasses' and a climate worth *l >. lltlnit In I'y To.n" will ilnwrll

On Saturday, the 13th inst., another Horse creek. or perhaps five hundred dollars, to force $4 per cubic\ yard In gold, or $s In MexIcan to Ail infer,IHT wnt.from mi.IIP all, or a".1 U wo>r.. can. navelliviii WHISKED

4 itch of bias was made by theicrmen [Job work cheaply, neatly and expedi- this small stretch of road front Hock- silver; with a record for hetllh absolutely IIT Alwajmuiml IIIOIIPV olili onlinwlll

Messrs. St. Clair Abrams, tlously executed at the ADVOCATE office, ledge to Coquina If Captain ll.udie without a parallel: on earth' \\* not Dn-n| new turoiinln unliwiimillalilit
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Titusville. J,ii'km.li' >Illi- rriPrl'h.'e I t. tflvcn'
CiicuUis; hand bills note
,
.t Aer Todd, Tiary, Austin and Robt. heads, letter heads, envelopes ,state can secure free right-of-way through certain I with a lens death: rate thin any of the :NoOiMnUwnlC, 0, I'| in 1'1') Town*
eotoniea 1 shall all those facts
neighborhoods. and a permanentroad state or -
.tarp, merits tags, etc., etc.]
I bo hid under tll8hdTh.\ .. tdiould
can be established, so that the a )
is
the Silver King tarpon i
Evidently county will\ l>o saved In future the cost not IK'."Oil.tndo) cur In Via. (.'Itlrcn.
lIking!> up northward. Largo numbersthem I
are seen in the sea in front ofIe Fort Pierce. of one single: proceeding, such ASI HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS I

that referred to at Rocklodge, he UC.\I.\.S SENSATION.: -
hotel, and Mr. Lewis is making
Mr. Cross and left for Cocoa will have rendered value received. Three
rangements!( to have a boat ready to family
use the surf to fish for them. Wednesday. dollars a day Is less than 100.00 The Late II. \'. loss! das Loft -- MANUFACTURED BY --

per mouth, and his duties should not ..
Two 1Vills.lcAta
Our fishermen never have had such We are having exceptionally dry
consume a month. We do not understand Chapman & Sudlow
itches as they are having this season, weather. Rain Is badly needed. how any opponent of the road can July in.-The alialr of the ,

'n and twelve sea bass a day being a Mr. C. M. Nelson has accepted a position object to the action of the county com late II. V, leas, whoHo tragic death on

equent catch now. Dr. Frank II.tld with Mr. F. B. Everett In his fish missioners. It should be remembered the F. C. A I', R'y lat Sunday morning South Jacksonville, Florida.

"'ell is staying at the hotel. lIe business here. that the Star and the Is the sensation of the day In Ocala: ,
numerous
opl.on.entl
ml Major St. Clair Abrams are old We are glad to say Mrs. Jennings is of the road have clamored for a promise to give rise to some interesting For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples .
Coronado and well GOH left two will*-one
ttrons of are gradually getting better. She has been "careful estimate" They objected to litigation. ,

nown figures in their fishing costumes. very 111.Mrs. an election being called until a survey made In 1NU: and one In lsilt.\ : The llrst

ace writing the above item, Messrs. J. Bell and family returned froma and careful estimate was made, and the left his Ocala\: property to John and Jesse -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:- ,,
Todd and Freres haveeen Gainesville and that llrevatd I
ewls Felton, short holiday in Jacksonville. We are "right-of-way question nettled." The nUllS of Dealer In nil kind of Itiw: Material(: such ni Snip. Potash Kalnlt Cottonheed l
> out in a boat in front of the hotel. to her much better. County Commissioners have done exactly county to his cousin, Mrs..1. II. Carlisle; Meal, Nitrate of Soda etc., vie.
glad see looking so
hey succeeded in hooking a couple of of thin cltv. The second liiHtiument Hone ground anil Ktvitmvil In the factory In three illrTeient\ grlsts.\ I
Mr. G. Tucker returned from his make the);:\disposition of the estate -
both trip Send l for and Prices.
upon, but failed to get them in, except that Mr. Carlisle has only a W-r- ramjihleU
looks bieakIng. They will be better to New York last Tuesday. lie reports Pineapple Slips Wanted. life interest In the Hievnrd county pioi

1.II. 'repared next time. There are thous- having spent a most enjoyable holiday. erty, which, upon her death, Is to go to 1 l

ode of the bright silver fish to be seen Miss Lily bell, one of our most popular Wanted-10,000 pineapple slip, delivered a MH| Dickinson of Alabama\: provided
at Geoiglana. Quote lowest c3llh she remains unmarried In the event of
dearly from the porch of the hotel.At young ladies left on the excursion MUCK *$ LANDS
price. her mat'rl:IRO: the land Is to revert toMrs :
the Sunday vesper services minis. for West Palm Beach, where she will ANTHONY: Boos, the jewelers, Cailitdu's; hulls. It Is this second

II ten staying on the beach frequently remain for an unlimited time visitingher 23tf Titusville, "'J\. will that Is to be contented.-Citizen.; ,

I sister Mrs. G. B. Merrlwether. She
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nake remarks, but they all decline conducting
the exercises, and the duty will be greatly missed, it Is evident by Pineapple Slips For Sale. The Pajinent of Poll Tax: NotItequlred. Ill two .and half tracts
Ji aero
almost invariably devolves on Manager the disconsolate look of a certain young ,

sharp It is the only regular service dude around town.OPI'OSEI I will deliver first-class Bahama pine
apple slips for $0.50 per thousand, If of Stockton V. Powell et Fronting on Canal.
held at Coronado but it is by no means In the case o o o 0> o
orders are sent to me by the 24th of
the ) TO THE SHELL al. Court of "'IolllhMardi 12,
only place for meditation. Anyonewho July. Address, II. C. STAIICK, Supreme .
walks along our beach or who ItOAl, 192t Malabar, Fla. 18112. Judge h Raney, In delivering too Apply to

comes within sound of the "voice,of the opinion of the court, said.: ALBERT W. ROBERT,

great creator" that dwells in the mighty A long list of the property owners and Pineapple SuckersFor "Payment of poll taxes not a requUlteor

tones of the wild waves certainly must best people in the City Point neighbor. quaillication for voting! the election West Palm'l3each Fla.
In Ihivnl county an to Issuing' bond
sale reasonable. Address
'feel a spirit of reverence within them- hood announce themselves as opposedto ; prices -- ---- .
ALFHLU Cox; under the mt of June It, 19111\ for the
Mmething which speaks to the heart the plan of bonding the county for a Eden, Fla. Improvement of the navigation of tho

alone. The Rev. Mr. Halllday, of shell road, and their communication appears St. Johns liver. S. H. HAPPERSETT

Orange City, was the last: minister who In the last Issue of the Star. Some "Though tills U not expressly declaredby ,
:
For Sale. the act, Its provisions show clearly a
made remark' at the meeting at the of the best people In the county have legislature intcut that uo such qualification -

hotel, and they were very timely and reasons sufficient to themselves are opposing Ten thousand pineapple plant Apply was to IH required, but that all (SuccCllllor to Ray <&: Day.)

much appreciated.The the road project. There Is one to W. J. Doan, persons duly registered all voter, and

number of visitors at Coronado so paragraph, however In the protest from 22-4 Potsdam, Fla. serve retaining the the legality qualification of registration which, shall Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints
,
,
Point which do not believe has
far this City we "
summer has been very few com have the light to vote.
"
pared to last season. The comes been carefully considered by the signers. For Sale I will state that I took the portion of "
cry railroad bill with regard to qualification Oils Barb Wire Poultry Netting o
from all alike-"The freeze ha left us The paragraph that referred if election to Is as I I.follow ordered: Strictly flint-clans bud wood of the our of voters,from thin Identical bill\, -
believe
"We an Tardiff
poor, There is no doubt It was a orange. so a* to avoid any question of Its legality -
dreadful and carried for bonds that It will be C'VUl'S W. BlITLHIl, the having already been III III
calamity but let us take courage St. Fin same
24! Petersburg ,
Things will right themselves If'we only through a determined and systematic decided by the Supreme Court; of Florida Hardware
Interested to defeat Respectfully,
effort parties
wan patiently. It was Emerson who by Fancy Pineapple Slip and Suckers m mICE
the will of a large majority of the tax L. V. HAKKIH, M. I). ,
wrote
har-
: "The frost which kills\ the For Sale.

mt of a season save the harvests of a payers.
century by destroying the weevil or thelocust" We would like to Inquire who the interested "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakaa." [We clip the above from a to Key West own CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS GASOLINE
exchange It apidy our
as may
parties are ? Will not the opponents to MADIMKK A MATTIIAUM
Apply
There 1s no chance In the affairs proposed election on the bond question] .--
; of the road Inform us definitely The Palm Beach Pinery, STOVES and REFRIGERATORS. -- -
of individuals communities or than West Palm Beach Fla. :1..- *.- ft. *.
whols to personally more
nations. God and all Is well. profit
rules the construction of the "TIT:" ''' 7SVII.IrE: FLOEJD.:
Someone has beautifully said: his neighbor by l"nr Sale. The Largest and Most Com- ,
'i arS to diwtaln the impious creed of fate, road t At first the opponents claimed .- -
ADd ewe the rrovlilvni that govern all. that some mysterious agency hoped to plete Establishment South.
It thou be baffled In thy earneit will Abbaka pineapple suckers, yellow Cat-
The connctenve clear,thy ........0 not utray, make a commission by floating the : ley guavas, and pedigree N'oonau strawberry GEO. S HACKER & SONI STEVENS BROS. & CO.
The J.bl"tUrkeit th7 faith n' connotation bonds. We think they were satisfied of i plants. Write for prices to ,
hour U on the verge of day JAN, Ion ,
the injustice of this charge. Later, It 'I'
:Send the Orlando Nursery
ADVOCATE an order for any
was charged that certain parties were Orlando, Fla.

fob printing you need.] pushing the project In the hope of being -_ _,rx x- STEVENS rCKLTEHY, GA.

employed to conduct expensive litigation Pineapple Plant For Sale.A .

Eau Gallie. on behalf of the county In the mat MANUFACTUIIKRS OP -

ter of right-of-way, and In publishing limited number of Smooth Cayenne,

The Taylor fishery will reopen next legal advertisements. We think all Abakka Golden plants Queens at reaaouablerates and EnvllleCltll'lneaplle Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware all

week fair-minded people are satisfied there claim Is J. 4k F. M. TnEIl.11ltf Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotlie Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and
nothing In this charge. It 1* now
Fort I'lerclt
1
'"jat apt Pioneer John B. Smith, on the house ed that the project is being pushed by Pinery Sand Terracotta Store pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
came down from Titusstle -
: this week. one or more persons who expect to reapa 1'IneappleSlipa! and Sucker rrr Sue your money by buying, clone at Hume, and from clever men
large profit by getting contracts for
Mt Brownrigg, of Orlando has pur- building the road.If Write for price on .. I. Cayenne, :
hated the sharpie Belle of the Messrs. the opponent would state definitelyand Abbaka, Jamaica Rlpley and Queen slip Manufacturers of TITUHVILU: 1'1:ATIIIIc
Hodgson and sucker to I
Bros. logically their reasons for opposing E. C. B. TYXDALL, Doors Sash Blinds I'OIIT. Itl-I I
Mi, John McAllister has taken up his the road project It would be a pleasure Waveland, Fla. The following U a comparative .
wharf' oa Eau Gallie creek, and removed to take up the matter and convince our inent of teinj rature and rainfall New # Smyrna % Livery

: t., his place at Tropic. opponent*,.or be convinced by them, butit lianunu Sucker For Sale. Madding( and Building Material week eliding Woduivday, July IT, '116. :
-1WM.- -J8W -
'rwo aew fish firm have coma to town Is impossible to discuss the question Office and \Vareroomn, King, Opposite
w thin! the when our opponent are continually Twenty thousand Royal Dwarf Banana UATK MAX. II I!f. MAX. MIN. -*# Stable 4-
and 10-
past week or so, are properly
Suckers for sale (40.I) per Mm I Cannon Street, 11 W 71 W IfU ,
1 sled on the old steamboat wharf. changing their grounds of op Apply to C. Vt-HUKKK.:. /j'l 'I-j M ItU

Mra, Wow Treutler write from Chio- position. Eau iallte, Fla. Charleston S. C. Kl 74 M 74 C. I-. DOIIN Proprietor.
,
14 M 71 lid It
41 c''' that
aLe U health and
enjoying good
15 87 71 87 7i
Pending the summer very pleasantly OPPOSITION TO THE SHELL SliMtp 1'or H.ile. 14 M 74 W) 71
Cord and
Mr e, K. Watts, agent of the 1., St. 1t0-t For ale, sloop Irene 40ftsl.; Sash Weights, 17 H7 74 91.74 Hacks Meet All Trains.

A I. R R,., baa been 111 since his tonntge, I* ;27-100; in llrstreiass condi Total rainfall for the week: 1.27 IncW

return teat Saturday, but ha resumed The last IIIIM! of the Star contained a tion. New sails; liea. -rom In cabin Hardware Departure week minus from 034 normal In he.rainfall. for the i Passengers and baggage transferred to
ills' .Iutlel. from heat party or trade boat of her stirs on : Departure an part of the city, and Oor Dado
Mr. J. B. Mill having left on number of communication opponents front normal rainfall nine January ht;
the river I'rtoe 40QA. Apf tJ r to Iteach. Call IMI m. before j,,rfsetla il
w"aaay for Stuart, where be will be of the read I projsct. There Is noobJMtiM E. C. U. Tyn-J ll, W.v lw4, or Oapt, Window and Fancy GlassA pfaM O.14) 1"1.! ... :,, arrlWlojfemfflU.I .
'; '' ued for a short time. I C. ..jr ycMr x' leafy "" /'"1 I.....X.... TitMville, PIa.. w.... silts J. E L lM.MTe, *

'emus Ravage, catered, wa up tf*. oppo.tag tU vthjott,. but *. are my tray be MMM *t( SPECIALTY. Observer: I I NEVIJlDlAN SMYBNA, FLORIDA.


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i 6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 19, 1895.

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ALES REAR ;;:
THE STORY Or A PORTRAIT. EavE.r T\I
i How's Title.
i CONQUEST OF, THE NORTHWtST.II .

i Bow th* falntlnc Wa. RMM>... From .. t prpr: NEAR & TAYLOR
w. A. .lrd from th. BritUh
q by _
Ifnomlalotu Fat We offer one hundred dollars rewardfor (!Suoceuori to John
_
r of Ann. McAIliner
Probably Chicago's first painting witha any case of Catarrh that cannot be

history was an excellent portrait of one In 1776, when independence was' de- cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. /,7: is Artesian Well Contractors

of her fairest; citizen*-a belle of 1837. Glared, the United States included only *J. CHENEY A Co., Prom., ,
the 18 original state the seaboard. Toledo O. EAU
on CALLIE.
Fine wotk as it was, however at one FLA.
With the exception of .a few hunters, We, the undersigned, have known F. ,JI
time there was imminent danger of iu J. Jut 15: l believe i
there were no white men went of the Cheney for the years and FOU
becoming a decorative signboard of a
him perfectly honolahe In all business
i
mountains
1' prominent local( livery stable. Allegheny and there was transaction, and financially able to
not even an American hunter in the WINES and
? Long bnf ore the days of the iron horne carry out any obligations made by their SPIRITS
of which
out have
great country we firm.
II a wandering artist strayed along what
4'' I Is now the corner of Lake and Clark since made the states of Illinois Indiana WICST: 4 TRUAX Wholesale Druggists, dit '

f t streets and there opened .a studio. Ohio Michigan and Wisconsin. All Toledo, 0.WALnIxo BEEHS.t*
1 I of this region north of the Ohio river then KfrffAf A MARVIX, Wholesale
Among the early patrons his brash
l I was .a dazzling creature who yearned to formed a part of the province of Quebec Druggists! Toledo O. CIGARS, ETC I
: It was a wilderness of forests and Hall.. Catarrh Cure Is taken internally! OF THE '

canas. prairies teeming with game and inhab acting directly upon the blood and FINEST QUALITTSO .

j \ ited by many warlike tribes of Indians. musous surfaces the system Price TO

,' 1 j and town admiration object of Here and there through it were dot- 75 cent per bottle. Sold by all drug. Lesley & Rcnaker
1 secret outspoken all gists. Testimonials free.
I' ted quaint little towns of French.-eolea.
tho bachelors of her set Her family had Families
the most important Via- Supplied.
being Detroit
not come over in the Mayflower but her Amber crescents, blue or green with
I blood was the most cerulean in the faraway crones on the Wabash and. Kaskaskiaand without diamonds nrOur Lodging and Lunckq
or are seen
i down east whence it came. Hence Kahokia on the Illinois These on every Will be Ready by Oct 1. Situate set
side. h
French villages were ruled by British I side Washington ave.. between, T
l it was with propriety that she proponed'
f. officers small bodies of 4 K. W. depot and ADVOCATE
," to gratify her ambition and posed, bedecked commanding regular Umbrella handles are adorned with block

f with a wonderful "amazone" soldiers or Tory rangers and Creole elegant knobs in gold, silver platlna, or

{!' and waving numberless plumes, disporting partisans. The towns were completely semi-precious substances of all kinds. Mry../
in the of the British GODFRMMlIlufactUl'erl
I power government.None HODGES &
I'I herself with equanimity on the back
' of the American states had actual A good appetite and refreshing sleepat
I l'1' 'I, of a rearing plunging steed. this season Indicate a condition of I
l i-iI I The artist had a fine subject Need- Northwestern possession of a foot of. property in the bodily health. These are given by Tie "Advocate" Job A Newspaper Offices of

lees to say he rendered it full justice. territory.The Hood's Sarsaparllla. It makes pure

.' When the canvas was finished the impressive northwest was acquired at the blood, and good health follows.Hood's '
I 1. ensemble time of the Revolution' only by armed I Yellow Pine Lumber
I 'fl was placed upon exhibition
and if it had been 'J
t h artist's conquest, not so acquired I
; in the studio, and everybody Pills are purely vegetable harmless -
i it would have remained a port of not on DToseED,
ft who was anybody dropped in and British effective, do not pain or gripe. 30B
lavished hill admiration upon It. After the Dominion of Canada. Orange Hoi Head,

., a time the novelty of the display wore The man to whom this conquest was Stuff a rag saturated with cayenne Fruit A rgptadlt onto.

off. People had seen all they anted of due was a famous backwoods leader a pepper In rat holes.Uuy : T..nmbr delivered at any |pan it ln<\l.i: > ton :

!( it, but the fair equestrienne's portrait mighty hunter a noted Indian fighter- throueh billof lading, Antuni TI =
new rubber rings for fruit Jirs.Don't : ,
George/ Rogers Clark. He was a very log buihlingonthcEa t.t.avr2 ,
still hang upon its creator's walls unclaimed write torprleee. The SawmillI'It' -ti .iuJJ
and alas unpaid for. The strong man, with light hair and blue use the old ones if you.want your ..T.& K. W. Ry,a mile iouth. .f I'aatrSatsunlallightsl'utnanlce : ;
.
t' landlord of the embryonic Sir Joshua eyes. of a good! Virginian! family, who canned fruit to keep.In .,ll6x

t Reynolds grew unpleasant to him. He' early iu his youth embarked on the ad. making hard pudding sauce add

became addicted to the abominable venturous career of a backwoods surveyor sugar gradually to butter and It will PRI '

habit of "dropping in" upon the exactly as Washington and so many .
young cream more quickly.Walton'
Artist and making unnecessary remarks other young Virginians of spirit did at x U M. SANDERS N
that lIe traveled l Calking Machlr.c(
period. out to Kentucky Rapid ,
; about "the rent" at all kinds of
inopportune soon after it was opened by ..;.00, $1000 and .1:1.00: each. In us.jy .
.
up
moments, until at lafct! life became Dealer In -
Boone and lived there for. eitherat many of the principal l-o.-U-buildeig
l' 'i a burden to the child of art, and the stations a year in the Xoith. bee pamphlets and tistimonlals \
in despair he decided to return to his camping by himself in *

i j .. native eat; and abandon all his dreams the woods surveying, hunting and mak .. .. DRY GOODS NOTION
I
t of fame in the wild prairie town of the ing war against the Indians like any Gf

[ west other settler. But all the time his mind AND

r was bent on vaster schemes than were
Among the inartistio and
i unpretentious
dreamed of by the men around him. He Choice Groceries
;i citizens of. the town was a certainhighly -a I ,
had his spies out in the Northwestern
I' I {' prosperous stable keeper who was territory and became convinced' that OF ALL KINDS 4-
1 > aware of the circumstances connected Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizers |
L : with the unpaid for picture and the with a small force of resolute back ,
I woodsmen he could conquer it for the
t painter's Tho
impecnniosity. night
pre.
,4 United States When be went back to SKASIOK linsORTS. FINE PATENT FLOOR
: j: t ceding the former's proponed departure Neatly .
for the city of his birth it was given Virginia Governor Patrick Henry entered
I'lorida.COMPOUND ,
*1 OOOOA
,
x out among the good people roundabout heartily. into Clark's schemes and Where to go Over the J., St. A.
gave him authority to fit out a force for I
js ;1 that the stable keeper bad purchased the .V I. It. Itnllway.Roundtrip .
.it:1: famous portrait for $500 and that his purpose,-Theodore RooHevelt in fct.

a i 1 henceforth it should be the attraction of Nicholas. tickets are sold to New CheaplyAND OXYGEN

his signboard over his new livery stable. bmj'rna, Daytona Ormond St. Aiigu-
WOMEN IN FRANCE. tine and other places In close proximity
The rumor spread like wildfire within
a
t
I' to the beach. For rates see below.
II : few hours and at nightfall artist and They Ar. Not Only the Stronger but the The few of the well- Restores strength, quiets the terra
following are a -
: Butter Half In That and expels disease.
i stableman had the satisfaction of receiving Country known seaside resorts of the East Coast:
tl offend
a visit from the haughty relatives Women are the stronger as well as the Proof, the most convincing
jt OIIMOID. One of the finest beaches free to all who suffer Call and lee III,
-
.
i bettor half of
,i' of the picture's original The re France They do ever, Information Book
on the East Coast. Bathing supeib. ExpeditiouslyExecuted or write for further
quired them. thing but build houses. The best
: I sum was gladly paid by inspector hotel Coquina, Seiner A Vinlng prorlctors. of 200 pages sent free.
"t, Two hundred fell to the lot of the in the French custom house is a wo- > Street car meets all trains Home or office treatment i'omul*

shrewd liveryman the painter received man. She is in the Havre office, and she : excellent drives.ConoNAno.Well. tlon

1 1 his first price $300 and every one was has a none that can detect dutiable goods I free.Drs.
vUlt fine Palen
worth
1 i serene over the historic tranllactlon.'I .- without opening a lock. She is naturallyamiable a Stnrkey
'I beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet
Chicago Tribune. and slow to but 1520 Arch Street. Philadelphia, P*
I ; I anger woe to all trains and transfer pall t'njter. and
i Ii the foreigner or countryman who
provokes
;; baggage to the bench at reasonable rates.
11e SMALL BOY AND BIG VOICE. )her ire. Take J., St. A. A 1. It. R'y train to Xew AT THE -

1- There-is no sadder spectacle in the republic Smyrna.JYToYA.Yeryexcel1ent. JACKSONVILLE STEAM DIE

They treat Ctftnmotlon" oa a Chicagot I of France than the women shoe beach for --{.;.}-

Train. I polishers, who doze under the sheds of Mine, driving and bathing. Elborden WORKS
The and his voice' not
boy were I he markets and one shut and
quay eye boarding house and Seaside Inn, on the
i mates That was evident the moment t'other fixed on the bootbox over the each (see advts. on 7th page). Hacks
s' the forJ.Ier'attemllted to use the latter. way, patiently waiting for trade. They meet all trains ADVOCATESPrintffig The above establishment is umlei set

t i The one was Lot quite a"0 foot boy" ask 8 cents and accept: cents for their management. We positively guaranty northert

I while the other would easily pass as a unwomanly work. our work equal to that of any

"7 foot voice. They both got on, an At Thiers the blackest town in SATURDAY TO MONDAY RATES TO city.

I' Alley L train at Congress street and Trance[ the women sit outside of the TilE SEASHORE. --{.;.}- Cleaned Dyed.
Gents' Clothing or
; tho boy undertook to say something grim little machine shops! mating sois- Commencing Saturday, June 22nd, and
,j about having S o'clock papers to sell, sot blades and polishing knife and scissor continuing every Saturday until September Ladles Goods Cleaned! or Did!

t, i '' whereupon the windows rattled and the handles. The stream that turns the 30th round-trip tickets to Or. to

ti. : j:$ car began to rock. The old man who 10,000 little mill wheels blacker than mond Daytona and l New Smyrna will be Dying Silks and Cleaning goods oi vaa.

C "' f hud jumped so high; that his head nearly the Chicago river, and as the furnaces sold at rates shown below limited to most delicate texture a Specialty

struck the roof looked at the boy reproachfully never burn without belching the toilers Monday following the date of sale for for price. list.

1 ;. for a moment and then at.I and their devoted lifelong apprenticesare rtturc. MAINIIARD BROS Props>i

tempted to be humorous."A sometimes Malay and sometimes' -TO- 4OffidO.! Fit
New Sin)'ma No. 13 Newnan St., Jacksonville
little louder please he said.
Mongolian but seldom Caucasian in FROM : Ormond Daytona. fort2oronatu .
"Huh?" returned the boy inquiringly."Spatk ] color. Itch

). e) I a little louder Have you lost Not long a college woman went TlTlMILLE.,.... |l 25 S.125 SI Oil
ago City I'oiut 1JO \U: 105: ) W H GLEASON & CO.
your voice'" I down to Thiers to teach school for the rate .. ..... it'l 1311 I :ft ,
1' : Kookledi 140 tail laKan
'.j:j The other passengers laughed and the winter. The promise of 80 pupils was a (.alii:* :: : 11.% 115 215 IN LAND CASES |
seemed somewhat dl romfited.il ..... ATTORNEYS
boy temptation but on reaching the colonyof Mt>llN>urn* 140 !04) 041 Do not
+ fe-luMtUn ... a 00 380 SHUrortrivrr
; It:: "Paper? he asked going close to the soot begrimed and smoke stained ...... ft:25 6O: 6V: II-
,,. man.'I smithies she found that the position Eden' ....... I<.> I OIl Sim.tomtvn TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS
.... .. 15 15 5 II Send
I "No the at
replied man gratified paid f:5 a mouth, and the teacher was \\rnt Janitor 770 770 T 71)V yourPRINTING AMINED AND PERFECTED
the lucct\lliof hu little joke. "I was expected to furnish the fuel for the vt in \ Palm (leach: S 70 S 70 (70

s't t' merely wondering why you didn't speak ter.Philadelphia Time. FURNISHED AND fir |
I, 'I out instead of whispering" I away ABSTRACTS

The boy was close to the man's ear Sweet ...... SUMMER RATES TO THE SEA. SURVEYS OBTAINED
'!1' .
I j by this tune, and he let out a cry of I Whether sweet peas can be success SHORE. Defective Homestead and Pre-ERPtios

'I 1 :; "Evening 1IIlpet1" that fairly jarred the fully planted in autumn depends largelyon Round Trip tickets to Ormond But keep the Entries Corrected and Perfected.

j engineer the latitude says Garden and Forest Daytona and New limited to Claims adjusted before the Deparv

He got to the door first and the book In the southern states fall plant- (H tobcr Slut, 181>3, will sold daily un the ment at Washington. I

'\1, that the old man threw after him merely Ing is a necessity" for this is the only September 30th, at following rates: Money on Correspondence solicited.

I '. ralFAtl! a bump on the side of the condtu way to give the plants a cool soil in -TO-
,... .. lic-uu.-Chicago Times-Herald.i >ew Smyrna EAU CALLIE, FLA.
which to make rootgrowth.
9 a strong early FROM: Orwoml. Daytona, forCorona.lu East Coast
Coming farther north, fall : B'ch .
.1 1 Hi. ChlBa Court TITI.vILLI1:65 |12A SIM1rltihard
planting is safe up to perhaps the latitude ...... J70 140 Ife6HardmtUI Pineapple Orange and Len10a
,
The ceremonial of the Chinese court is ....
k t'' of Washington where the chances Soft rae Suft By giving theADVOCATE
rauitiua lift 1M> r:*> Sale CheaP
somewhat exacting It used to include, about equal between late Land For ,
are planting coy IVlut ... 3 4ii set 9:JS!
I if it does not now, complete prostration autumn and in February. In southern ('.."" .... .. .... IM 1 *) *MCoqulna () of pipeaPP
before the throne. Last century a Persian ........ 170 S45 37I I have for sale acres
California must be into
brought mile
peas .. 175 IM ITS few
Hoiiavvutur land on St. Lucle river, a
envoy refused to go through the degrading bloom as early as February, althoughthe lluiNla ..... Sire SOU 9M&Mu low Eden, 40 of which being nortbe5a
ordeal Directions were given to nights are so cool there that they : Ilitllle 440 40 SJO of tetI
Woo .. 4V toll 138MollMMiro A share of quarter of northeast quarter
the officials to compel him by stratagem may be planted during any month in *.... tllo 43ft SMTUIuian 18, township 38, south of range 41 eat

1 to do I(). On arriving one day at the entrance the year. The rule observed by the ............... tOo 4U 4Ualkarla 44, Se 105Malabar ..? the other 40 Is the northeast quaffof

u l to the hall of audience, the envoy' large seed growers .is to plant just aheadof \' .., 4 HA 47o >IM Your Job Work. southeast quarter of section.

found no means of going in except by a the rainy season Indeed they have Onus ... ... tuft 4 *. bob township 38, south of range 41 eMt .
Mk-ro .. 6*> till' 4 :*> '
,) wicket, which would compel him to acres of volunteer sweet peas-that .Is, HiMvLinit .. .. B..> S15 4 4, The above land can be bought for ,1
low. With of ttoluwtlaa ... 6Au 605 4UMiXHiley suitable for plneatPorange
stoop very great presence from seed which were scattered on the ... r per acre. It Is
mind and considerable audacity the em- 111I 6D5 bit lemon or lime growing.
ground during the harvest-and 45 Mlfford .. Soft 1110 loll
bassador turued round and entered back miles south of San Francisco these volunteer "&. Luil. ...... S45 (45 1 Turorttt ....__7.e i.I. Will be sold In lots of 40't 1.0
... .
rc* SM S a 1* worth
ward thus saving the honor of hisoountry. cash. This land will soon be
plants are in bloom by the lit of Wblto('lty... Tlo 56> S 1Ankooa <>
t .-London Standard. II. May and often early in April ........ 7:a TOO ta per acre.
Eden .. T5o 7 too S5oJnwn.
I .. .. .... to C. H. Walton. ADVOU7'
1.divine 7W 7 M S 5Bluart T .A.11 Apply
i' How oph, I Jar wu...'. Q_r WUL .... .... T.o 7M Smi Job "OVork office; or to Robbins A Graham Trill "
harsh and dull fools Alicia .... Slo 74 Tlo
Not crabbed, as ,
will of
By the terms of the one Dr. ; Sto TSollol
t't' suppose, but musical, as .is Apollo's lute, Wilde of St. Ires parish Huntingdon :-.1G.Dd.:: See S M t fc> nrt1.st1.ca.11y&ottenup. --
i I and a perpetual feast of nectared weejutau.r; 55o 5415 Tie
shire, England his trustee were direct W. Balm heath. >7S (to *m taJnPE9
i sweets where no crude surfeit relgna.11 .- ed to expend 50 in the purchase of a Conductors will IOU tickets from L'U' ,vTVwu

Utou. piece of land in St. heat, the annual rent stations.JOSEPH.

of which was to be set.. aside for the purchase no-agent Sa.t1.sra.ct1.onGunrnn: .
I In 1670 the population of native extraction
j of six Bibles at a cost of 7 shilling RiCBARDftox! i '

I' J 1',.. ...... Aw.wit'IU1wa.-that is, Americans 24,000,000 or the childrcnof and- each. To decide who shall have General Passenger Agent. evaSS '
1 teed.
I 'w them be requested his trustee to "prepare
-f extraction 81,000,000.Tbe .
t
( foreign .
I a saucer with three dice upon the

i altar table of the parish church and let -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Send us your .
1111Aa.ble"ia. as a termination to
IS '!, I \ theuanaeofaooentryisofCeltioorigin.. the Dibit be raffled for. No. on., 15; No. two, 110; No. three 113TitusvlUe orde19se STEEL asps .
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--- ----- RIVKn ADVOCATE.. JULY .19... 1RO.V_. 7i


_I [JUT DOG NAPOLEON. I aOTELS.I: : I AN UNLUCKY SPARK


"-'" II Tb. Or.-l..l Piplmloa. 01 fimpewdr the The Tropical Trunk Line.

GREW UP WITH HIS YOUNG MASTER -I World II** L..r Know.

WHO WAS FOND OF HIM. The frrrnte explosion of gunpowder

1j? II the world! bus ever known took place at I!Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.
the Da I\uiU' works on the 1th of o.'toi ,
Llk All Dop and OthThill
.. Thine!
I. i her 18110. With their usual cautions
"
n. Frlht. JOSHPII II DUHKnU Ilecoivur.
ldHow a4irt .
B* ,
*! I! policy the Dn fonts hare never stated
.trflld Mid E rnd O.a.... how of .
Cb* rx. "' < fuN Just grout 8 quantity: powder eiplottftl
- .. F f .1 tAt !tt this! time, but it is certain
nt
HI' Ow ''I T IIR I -
.r T!! 1 4 :+ 4? Ai1i e.fYl! Tim T.hl..ln t:ffrrt Apr, I % 0V.'
'" + "ei that thnv m itrtrinrx end three inllli in o. No. | V>S"%' I at.a. .,... ci' ::itI-
I paid a man $2 for him when be was 'i J 'snhy r'il t + thE! upper) yard wore! blown np 0110 after --I I'.eanp "stM1ai.r.1 .A1kN0.E.. r1i lil.a enepm =
] pup-the dog I mean-and he N lift's. +n ; ::: .,(ire.ntoevprlnrx: : : : : .. : 4Mpm.: .
little alhJtlit'r. .uul 1ft'' estimate will I'nt'
n Ialts .. .. .. Slits ,,,
d me-the man did-that if I would the quantity of powder exploded at 150 .. .. :.. s IIMp: ; ':India..Ilcntlnao.n: : : are.m I 4espm nc: :::
and give him plentyof I lets, Anna 111\11.1 .. ('reaemtt'nrlunctien .. .. sites. aNpm Itaepmema
.at him kindly hone In this explosion IS men an.ll Illla .
alaam
bread-give the dog-he would woman were instantly killed while 22 :::: ::: 0Ita II a.a. It ::: : : : ;;'I'\ Sprins.: ;. : : :::: :: 211am Ia5ptu tltprita9pn' II Itin:
.. 11141. 18II.'IH'' .. . ... .. .IIp.'r.. .. ... IIS .nt t4l11113.\ m
1 the would-that he men and 9 women were injured some I
man
Ilitta .. l.r. ,
,;. old grow up-the dog would grow tip fatally. 11Meal.r .. ..IIp..I( Ar : :': :::1 Ileplk : '"
f4"a I's's'Ar Msntonl .. .. .tv llMam: I50pmttleim
.to be an honor to him-to the man. The explosion occurred a little after 3 ... . .... 4Ita ill I' .PhanI, .. .. .. .lls sm It5em.... .
got to be the largest dog o'clock In the! aftf nuxm. It begun in the .. .. .. 4/1t1./ 3 .,11'.. . . IU.'IIIIII. .. .. .. .. IIr)pm 11IM. .
Kapoleon HOTEL ROYAL POIXCIAXA .. ,. . '' .
1111. 11I1I1I'r. 1I""w .. Lr ""napn. aI.sa, .. .. .
,d did it in the quickest manner of any magazine! for hexagonal: powder the .. .. .. .. .. .. .. II 1t1. Ar..Huie 1.rI" . I.. s 7.a. ..nl: .. ..
''r I ever knew. I wore long curls at P.VLM nEA('IT, LAKE OKTIt kind used in largo guns, and the most . . saa:! 5 ......,\r .. Tanna., . I.t765pm sltsml .. .
a
.. .. .. .
.116.1 IItIII."r.: I.n'tTI\IIIJ. ... .
it time I remember into which boys duigcronK, being made not in grains .. .. 4''I'A.' ... THII"II....": ..1"1 TII1I'hI.1:11.'I.. ... .. .. .
, ,ed to cast burs which hurt me a goodal OPEN DUKIXO THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. but in reddmh) six: sided cakes about an .fen. eul'. h"n II:111'11I1'.r . 'Port Tamps Ar 1e I' III 1'11 ur and !sun.Tur.nd .
ft when Napoleon woulde inch and ahivlf diameter and an inch I1W' .. .. '$',C'1 .. .hv Icmptn w.dandtMt.tstp.anti
91ll especially :::. .. : t ,: 11 !. .. I\Ilatamt .. I.I2s'Ctnil.: :: : amlSal.C : :
his claws and try to run them HENRY W MCKHIIL, Manager thl'k,with a small hole running throughthe --' -
i the locks center Then ('altl'III..k like nothing IIIot ':';" ".II".II ,;, ..;_,j. Mlmjla..ontlleAr, ; .wlMlt.ls.:I I .,, oavl,...Ir 'fIt'I'12.11I111"
rough my locks although .:'tee'd.. Lr C Uts: I tll :5' ',I.t I..I'U A"4:11'I' I ell :up I.. .'I'.I ltI Jr.tr .flP. i
,ver opened in that way. They were ---------- ----- no ninth as the ants on a wagon : tavern l.r a6xt 11ttt..lrPanMntenl.e' lbtl" 12:1itpArlralllf.\I": \ 1 aaasIM
locks I and I wheeL At tho time! of the'! explosion: plAt 1. traoge I...' T l's. I 2 :/1'1' Ar h".1 Lvj4ap l U ::1':"' Ar Lake 11.1.",... 9Iml'Ae
suppose
.mbination Titevtlle Ivt71.s, I51' .It I's,tona iv tI"i'! I Ion'. H'.n'mn.. ': ""
( [dn't yet have my letters in my head tot HOTEL MELBOURNE Coo9gEtDo'iIaiELrx: .:,:., rakes of powder! were'! being packed into 1\ V..v.t "'."IIII."r ''''''1'1' : LJarknanticAr. "" *i std), if; T.u:k.nn\ili\ >Ar inkt
the combination on. He also grew aanl Mttroar,( tan II large womlen boxen lined: with tin each t12 1t'. iv ttnnrnrtlr II im* ieta I,v I IlilHlk I 40' |' I I | nl 1 sew
did that I __ I ; ;j at' Tltll'A jf" ;I box being about 3 Get square. The tin U4 p I:v Viiirmi: Ar 104Hiltp 1.II 4>*a\rtl|I a w thiirn.t.:1| 24iiIJViiiArlinlnriillltl | 1 1 ::1.qI'n.. : ::. t.\\ alek
Napoleon so
rj strong :; ,Ar Ihikluiiil lviana. ..'l I *ijir "My'' t..,.. 661,
and It difficult to keep him at home MELBOURNE, Indian River, .FLORIDA. ;. 4.q. linings proj.'t.tl'tl: above the' tops of the 4MiAr Vutin tales 14.11"\ oml* I.. U4JiH II' tliij. j
and then it both- .:.'"", boxes about two inches, and when a box: :II,1i'ArTxr HI,rlnpil.< I Io'tr ire.bnr t.v M '-1" 1ii4/pAr rlilitaihiit t"l sea,
.
lees I tied him even Open all the year round Good FishIng #J ::11 -- I Intel' ArCt.Prncr.'iglt __ .1, .11))' \rIl"-'k" IIV I v .H ., :itiii1.\r lr*.t>nrt S'ea"
r ed me if another dog happened to be I Hunting; and Yachting. Rates fRwcsllgitp. c ;;(..r was juu-kod were folded dowuovtr n tin --- __ -: -- :--- -:-__ i
ling by. Catching sight of that dog tl.50 and upwards hwroll, tJ i'1\ .. cover fitted rlooely upon the cakes of hilly. ( Dully rxrrpt 8uniliiy. '
apoleon would utter a glad cry and Proprietress, MRS I. M OARI powder It was the duty of one of the Train ::1.11\.11. rarer tlirnnnh I'?lhnnn Hum 81w|.Inn ram lH and over the fence utterly unmindful Special I \ Features at (Hironado Moderate workmen William Green' to solder Train n and Si-Thnniicli I'lilliiinn lluiirl Slrydn l .: ,sr.lr'tawnl'Inclnnstland. TAinp" ,

the or me at the other end of it rates, solid comfort, no ostcntv those tin edges down upon the' tin cover' W. II. TOrUN. O. l>. A('HUM:. .\',
f jwn the rope street he would prance giving YAILL'S FLOATING HOTEL Hon, Rood fishing, good cooking. Write\ a hot iron being need. for this purpoxo. Oenenl. l Xiiirrliitriiilpnt| llrnrral I .*..rnitrirrnt.

w i rot to short barks and drawing the at for term On the day in question whet he ]tad
4
ntion of people after him also myself At the Railroad 'barl at feared came to pass A fellow w ork.

. coming to the windows used man, William MiOiirvey, WON bringing Jacksonville
eighbors West Palm Beach. :
0 marvel at the black and white streak HO I FOR BISCAYNE BAY him the hot inlllll front charcoal brazier I
.,.kIt Free from Flies and Mosquitoes Sea about 23 yard distant Green IIhlllllat
e made in passing by. Sometimes I i
ouldn't get home till long after mealme Food a Specialty. GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT the door of the open magazine', and all St. Augustine
E. E. VALL. Prop TIlE around him were uncovered boxes filled
which in those! days was quite HomcHcekers When you get
.triment to me, though not to Napoleon there Stop at -__ with the xugoiml powder ready to tio & Indian River Ir i
sealed and stowed Thtrewerw
became cele- awav
whose appetite soon
the whole for PALMETTO HOUSE also dozens (if boxes that had IxTnBtMild
rated throughout town The Lemon
ben he couldn't get a pair of rubbers City Hotel, Just what huprxned will never Railway.

r a fur muff to slake the gnawings of Daytona, Florida. 1 be known for neither Green nor Mo- G

" longer he would go out and collect the At Lemon City, the terminus of the ; Garrey wall left to tell the'! story But Time Table In r.rr....' July Nth, IHIIV

loaves of brown bread that bakers had Rooms without board during the Hack Line, on liiscayno lliy Airy the probability is one of the solderingirons
eft opon the adjacent stoops. I wouldn't summer months. Apply to rooms, comfortable bed, good table, w IM a little too hot, nnd by tout'h. All Rail Lino to Lako-Worth, via. St. Augustine, Ormond and

like to print the things that people used Mae DAVIDSON, PioprietreRs. terms reasonable. lug particle of dirt on the tin cover Rockledgo. -

to lay about him at such times. r Good fishing and hunting In theneighborhood. produced the deadly spark.-Cleveland -- -- -, -
Moffett in McCluro's Muguzine. South Bound North Bound
We grew up together-at least Napoleon / '
did for he had two feet the start D. M (OVXOLLY, Prop. s.'. :No 1I" INu.hl 1 11'... I M
HOTEL CARLETON :23. 137 ns 1 18. lbs I
), it me. We were inseparable. Neighbors *_ Lemon City, Dade Co., Fla.ORMOHDBYTHESEA. WHAT THEY BELIEVE. -- .. --
C.T.7k. m\I'-' i 11' a -lItr'I' : I.r 11 I..hll Ik..h t61 a mAr :_ =: f

aid, they never saw anything more so, Jacksonville Florida.ODnol'lito The God of the 8.,1.&I.t. I* a llol tiring I,, t Augustfue Augnotue:: :: ::: In Ism:: It : sot p .. .. .. 1r l.r: w'lu Itlrlrra! ; Itcr... :::'I I .'At _'ml I; ::::.

tat that was chiefly because I couldn'tget Owl. I..II".UIII(. .. .. ..,. .... I.. llul., it, .711 a m ... .
the rope unfastened in time.It Rooul1'ictt't. the learned Swiss physicist I... last: 1'"II.lk. ?.. ,.. I.. Ah'It.,. lilt a m. ."..
, was Napoleon's appetite that ultimately Pontofllco. t HOTEL t COQUINA x whose researches in low temxratnre Arl'.Irtka..titta: : -.. ."I"d..1 al0an.. .

accomplished his ruin just as it I -in theverydoma'nof! symtutthetio Ar Wen Math, . '- _"-" m !,,i ;;\,; 9Mtaslahis M1I a m ; (, > i iIx :
has many another man'a. Aunt and Uncle 'I vibratory physics-have brought him Wm flats, 9Jaa = '

Chesterfield came to visit us that Under New Management. out of the "impenetrable cloud, in ".0.1 I .. .. .. 1 3II.' ..,.. ... I... MrII.n.e. ... 11211. m Ii: :4np ... ..
In nnnond, .. . .. .. Le ltanc' .. . .. ..
.
fall They lived at Jay Corners and 4. which materialistic! science has wrappedthe I.rllrunnoIJan,.... .... .. .. .... .. I..ulla'' .... Ilaaam I/nt' ......
really ought never to have gone any mysteries of nature into the lightof I.. It. tuna.. ... I "II' .. ..... .. .... 1..H..kl..III..... ... .......
!where else but there they were gettingout Open all the Year. -- FLORIDA.SUMMER religious science after listening to "a 1 I.v:. 1'rt\.w faun Orange.rn..:. I:ma rep p euc a' :. : :: Lr I.:, (l'hy:i ea Ihhd.. ,.;. : ::::... .. .1"Y'.. y: in1101. I ::::;:

of the stage at our front gate and wholesale" condemnation of 'scientific 1..0ok 11.11. .. .I I/WII'/ .. .. 1..1\11.,11I.,. ..,. .. ... OII' in 5IAp ...,..
what could do? I heard father Coolest and most pleasantly located I.. TI tIntIlle .. .2/111': .. 130. i.vI'.111111.' ,. .... ... .... ..?...
we say hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly research from a Roman Catholio bishop. I..C'II,. Point . '-11' .. I.t stew> Snyrns.. .. .. .I'24.\1' ''' e2ft ......
that to mother as they stood looking RATES: $8.00, *0.00 and said him "Have t'\'prll(1'nOoclt" Ili' Ma i.e l ort Oreuge ,, ,
cat of the window Uncle refitted and elegantly furnished. to you Ifrk:: : : :od; .,.,e.: :: ::. : n p: .. Lr: ,.. : .. .::: .:. :iri p;'m : : : ::;: ,
together Elevator. All modem improvements. $10 00 per week. "Of course not the bishop answeretl Ir i.tiFanallin.: ; ... 34: 1" 11311. .... Arthuurod. ,... .. ..... tolpm. ..,...
Chesterfield wasn't really our uncle you RATES:;*2.60 to *3.50 per day "Then I have this advantage IM a researcher I.ssrnc a6t p ... ,. ,. ,. .. I.I Orn..1 . . ... .. .. .... I
.. .. .. .. .. ....
IvI nncIJona. I. j
understand but old friend of father's SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are (I.v Nrlt.s.rne. skip/ : Help !
just an '
Special by the week, and to Commercial of truth over theologians replied I.rnt Lucie' .111:1:11': : . AreantIalaka: .. ... .. ,. 2/11' nl. .. ,
-I don't know how old but he Men. Professor. Hctet, "for the longer I Ar rurt Pierre : 1 4:5,1': .
Specialties at Ormond.ty :; : . :: : : :: ... .:. Ar Xan Mate IT. I'- fr-:::
looked every day of it, and more. We Only hotel that the electric cars pass study the phenomena of nature the more Lr i.rlrnseu.Idsn.; ."...I . . Lr Nan eaten :::: :: :: ::
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called him uncle because he appearedthat to and from depot. For Circulars, address distinctly I sue God in all of nature'soperations. 1..I1''t.. ... .. IIII'll'11311' .. .. Arl'aluTia. ,. ,, .. ..,. .. .4111'0'1" l.... .
way Aunt Chesterfield had tio 1..AII.'a.' .. .. .. . .... I," Ih parka .:.:.: .:.: $ .
CRAPO & LeVENE I... ,,,,I. .... .. tr ,.. ..
douloureux, which used to cause her to SEISER & PINING Managers When Edison w as nuked "Do you 111.\- I.. w. .hll.II..1 fl81.1. .. ... .. A. "'. //100 p "'I.! .. .. ... .
make up the awfulest faces. I realize Proprietors. lieve H"lt" I.r .. . t.r St. AUKU.lh/.1/ amp." !... .
in .
a pemouul "Certainly .
".Wl..hlll". '.. .&, .. . At .' S la p ..,. ... ...
now that it was from pain but at that ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. he answered.: "The existence of itxl

age I used to laugh whereupon she said ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA can, to my mind almoHt be proved from A. &, W. Branch.
I was a wicked boy. She also had a chemistry. "

brown wig and rheumatism. Uncle "Tho reason for skepticism and unbe IIOPTII DOhtlo. NIHtTII oVNI. .

Chesterfield didn't have anything but COLUMBIA HOTEL THE levers is not to be wondered at," writes : So lNn.l- !',,. No STATI.1Na." No- Iu t0i.e

just warts-I think I counted 70-and Thornton, when nun interested in 76th .... ..__fl._ _('11..Ju..o_ I lop ... .
Aunt Chesterfield. But I heard father scientific research find no evidence from .. MUr\llSM'I, S 'al\1 .. .. OrI'.l'Ity, II"'... .. I.......1
tell mother that Located on St. George Iv 9 r.a e lake help' II 'lia .. ... .... ...
Centrally LAVASSARf6
was enough. their cxptntueiits, of the prem.uco of Ar _" 45a. A. k.wnnvrna> 111"1\ .. .. .
Mother put them into the spare chamber Street. God in the uuivcrne. How could this be :
where the old fashioned canvas bottom othl'rwllllGod has to man but a vnbjtHtive All train I ilallv between Jaek.rmrIlleand l W, Atirii| tln I ..
bed Overlooking Old Fort Marian and Park Train, il, 2A. al] anil 7M, aonth nf Ht AiiKUKtlni, dally: rioxi,t Sunday '
was with the white valance. exinteuoe'! which could never Im Train #M MumlajrVwlnen.lajr. and Irnlajr Train A 1It "u..a,, ', ThuraUy (oj8aturilay t
There and a full view of the Ocean and Webb Ave. Ocean Grove N. J every every )
,
were also worsted ,
some green reached by any known mode of eiH: rimeuU. !-
rolling breakers from the piazzas. a
lamp mats on the bureau. We all Therefore man must get outside TInTho.-T.bleshow.. III* thnn at vlilt'tralna may I,. nprrtnl In irrltc' and.k'rart' trot
H.# One Block from the Ocean the net *r atatlmiii. I ut their arrival or ilpiamir* at th. tlni.. atatnl I I. nut inarantrril. ., nor (Itthe I
id. 4-
lI'i good night father wound up the of himself which means that he must c.'lJlJtp.hllhllt,11 r .|,,,".IIle for any delay l or' any. ri>n.fiiUnt. .r. arlmnic ihrrrfoiniJ. .
clock and everybody went to bed. I was 'die to know Gal and the reality of 1C. A'lltOTT JOHH-lt It. IIAKIIKON.
always a sound sleeper as a boy so you W M TEAHEN, Proprietor OPEN June 1 1895 c. ._- things. "-Mrs. Bloomfield Moore in _1're.ldert.l r A|.nt.

most know that Aunt Chesterfield hadto New Science Review.Tb. 1

shriek pretty loud to get me out but Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system
slip did it, and could have fetched me, I of Sanitary Sewerage. .MRS B. M ANDERSON. Nm Arotucd II.r.

think if I had been dead. I got right up II Mr. Rudolf Lehmann declares that he !

and ran into the spare chamber before once found political animosity of great

anybody could stop me. I Ol'iX ALL TILE 1KAK ICOl'NI>. service to him in painting a portrait Send the "Advocate" some of your Job
Aunt Chesterfield was sitting in the ELBORDEN HOUSE His sitter was a London !lady who be
middle of the bed in a'red flannel night- SEASIDE longed to a family renowned for its
gown. I didn't know her at first, be- INN stanch political opinions. It won the
cause her mouth was wide open shrieking I. On the Beach, height of summer and very hot The Printing orders and you will be satisfied.

and her face twisted with tio douloureux At Sea Breeze Fla. lady was inclined to be stout and under ,

and the whitest shiniest head Opposite Daytona the influence of the heat she now and
The house has been enlarged to twice ,
you ever saw, which I remembered with i Its original size and Improved In every I then fell into a nap to the serious annoyance i
copious locks of brown. But I saw how I way. A new building comfortably fur. is NOW OPEN. of the painter I
that was in a minute for there was Napoleon I nUhed Best of surf bathing goad fish Her husband, who knew her weaknessin :

over in the corner with a brown ing and a beautiful wide smooth beach First-clan table; comfortable airy this regard asked Mr Luhmann in
Wig in his month which he was tossing I for driving and bicycling. rooms sad pure drinking water. Reduced the lady's absence if he hud experienced:

and worrying and carrying on dreadfully Jt.tetI. OO per dy, special rate by Ih. ) Rates for Summer: I7.V, *8.00 any trouble of this kind. Mr. Lehmann FLORIDA # BOAT *! WORKS
Uncle Chesterfield you couldn't seeM Week. and $!>.00. Apply for rooms at once to could not deny it ,

first, but by and by you found him H. F. STEWART. Proprietor.P. SYDNEY HAIOH "Very well" said the husband "the
with his legs stuck through the arms of next time it occurs you just mention Melbourne Indian River Florida.
,
,
Sea Breeze P. O Florida.
a O. ADDRESS HALIFAX, FLA. ,
rocking chair and every time he Mr. Gladstone and you will have no

moved Napoleon would growl, not being further difficulty -J2 #! $:
acquainted with Uncle Chesterfield and The artist took the hint with Imme-

he was almost scared to death. -- -- -- ------ ---------- --------- -- -- --- diate effect. Henceforth the lady was almost -
They took the stage back to Jay Corthe too wide awake.-Youth's Companion. 0N ==

sari very next day. Mother was o. II. POSS.INRIAN C :) -3
dreadfully shocked but I noticed that
{ ==
lather! didn't get excited. Lining ..... --ctg :

"'I wonder who let that dog up RIVER 23OTEL, "The growth of a few tiny rootlets" >-

stairs?" he said musingly after the stage observed the teacher of the botany class, sod =: I
was. gone "has been known to lift a heavy rock I :. .p

intended to say that I didn't know TITUSVILLE from its place, and the root of a tree CQtst
but I got to stammering and mixed myfwss 4 growing out under a stone sidewalk will > c::::

op, and before I realized what I Indian Ilivor. sometimcepush it np and break it Other = .-g
doing I blurted the truth right out cane of a like nature showing the C":)

and< aid that I did. Father gave me a Fla. strong uplifting power of vegetable W ... t ==
Barter I didn't know what for but I .- growth have occurred, I doubt not with- ::c -RS: tjc
opposed at the time that it was for o n. vovi, iuyonr own observation. Is it not so?" ;.;) s. en

telling the truth. I' : MA.! Aoru.: "Yee'w. said the boy with the faded g; E.ca.

"Bat the dog must go he added. hair. "I've hoard my paw say his lout < -

"Hl. appetite is growing too indiscrim"Wife. On All The fear year's corn crop ted a mortgage his .
farm Chicago Tribune.

Bo we told him to a man who kept a Boats hauled out anti Ilcimirotl at the lo v9sttlgllVO
farm. and who soon afterward shot him (tonal Cal ..acto. $. I'fompt attention /,trivon to ortlei

lor biting a calf on the legs. Napoleon walk Only lam a few Railway minute stations Sweet Girl-i'apa says you can't afford KHtunaioH given on all kimln ot Ixiatn.Agvots .

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he wed to do that to book canvasser when 1i Ad Steamboat landing to marry. Nonsense I I for: ,;Celebrated
? Ardent Youth- can get
w with ns. and nobody found any I a .
fault with him but on a farm it is dif ;, r On* tie barks of the a I a.preacher to perform the ceremony fur \WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.

fereubl: ore W. tt Fuller. Jr., in Rockland .r -- far-famed India m"*,. Sweet Girl-Can you? Hew toolWt

'C'NDErt.; N73'w M11N11G T. papa UV- ladbrook (Is ) RwWi an A.. T. :HOSE.ISnu.N .

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1 ix ".\''Olt Oil Tiin HIIIL: I'ltOM Wi.ST: PALM HHACI Highest of all b'Leavcnbg Power.-Latest U.S. Gor't Report THE ROBBMUGRAHA1 fij c cPaid

UOAI). TO 311 AM I OX HISCAYM:


Micto, July 11, '0.'>. nAY D VAI BakingI'v.l Up Capital 2500000.

7>Mtf Afairale: Contractor Is Already at Work
LAW LOANS HEAL
Dear Sir-it In quite amusing to read ESTATE.
tendon In Seventy Mile Long, and 11bcComplrlrd PowderUJTEJ..Y
all the letter In jour paper against the

ttliull rond-notliln|{ clue than spit and l>7 February 1. Nearnessof We have for sale a large list of
.
Key Seat and Hie Bahamas from careful!
t Jealousy The moot sensible letter In Y
PURE Indian River
selected Properties
font paper In from )Ir. Moore of Cli. IIIiM-ayne Ray ,
If, Kosclnnd and I like him, The first official announcement wall -- -- --- ----------- Sale of Lands of the Florida
ago, ex ; say Agents for Coast
} 1 for made Monday of the extension of the ondack Mountains. The woods down i I to develop a larger tract of the country; Li i>*u
the road cannot come too lOon me, and and
accommodation Canal Transportation Co.
7 Jacksonville\ St.: and India there are full of game, and the waters of by having; water
and we can upare a few feet of sandy Augustine the finest fish. It Is a paradise for the transportation on one side and the rail- CANAL LANDS
soil for It. Itlver Railroad from its present terminus sportsmen In the proper season, and road on the other. It Is a grand: country -
Yours truly, at Wont Palm Bench to Miami, on Biscayne when the road I II completed It will be and a beautiful one, and when I It Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville' Tampa; Key West Railway ,. '

PKTER: BEIITELITX.MKLDOUKIK : Day, seventy miles south. the most Inviting spot In the country for shall be opened up to the traveler and Lands. Dlsston Coma and pa other Low Indian Priced River Lands.JVtonoy Loan.and Investment 1'001111'1I)
of the most
The announcement was made to a those who want to find a new country, tourist It will prove one
filled' with the choice varieties of game. attractive sections that Mr. Flagler ha to; Loan .Ixv/xys on hand

KI.A., July 15, '0.:' Citizen representative by J. R. Parrot, We occupied twenty-three hours. In drivIng ever developed."-Citizen. At Ten per tent, in turn to ,ui'.

vice-president and general manager of forty mile from Miami north, but I for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected
Write Properties
Editor Adeocntf the road, and by Joseph Richardson, before long we will be able to cover that [Remember the AUVOCATB, Tltus .

Latham from Oak of the line both same distance Inside of an hour. I kinds of Give Titusville. Florida.
Mr. C. F. Lodge, general passenger agent ville\\ does all job printing.

In your last Issue, seems to think I havean of whom returned to the city Sunday SCENERY: IS PICfURE"QUIt. us a share of your work.]

when he "Men from two weeks' of the road "The extension of the road will\ be I -
"ax to grind; says: a Inspection

on the west side hating teams, like )Ir. and trip over the route of the : seventy will be on mile the Miami long, river and where the terminus It joins Craven's Indian River Hand. Fred. S. Cbaffee & Co4 !

Nelson, will\ be glad: to advocate the extension. Biscayne. It Is a most picturesque spot .+

road, because It would make them pay Rumor of the extension have been a* you will see from these views" and The Instrument for 'raven' Indian ,

their way." Now, as far as I am concerned freely circulated for several month he exhibited a number of large photo River Band arrived In town Friday last,

that Is all out of place, as I do past, but no official statement wa given graphs*. ,"The which Miami he had river of Is the very surroundIng pretty-, and won the admiration of all who saw' THE CORNER DRUG STOIil

not own a single mule or horse, And I out until that of Monday, which now and has its rise In the Everglades. It resemble them while on view In Anthony Bros

never will\ again until we have better nets all doubts aside about the road some of the Northern Wisconsin window. They are of the finest makeIn

roads than at piesent. The county being built. stream during Its course, and In the the country-that of Conn, Elkhart, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
waters nearer Its source the rapid
commissioners have started out In a Work has already been commenced by are upper particularly picturesque and the bed Ind.-who has the reputation of making ,

good business manner, so we can lOon the contractor, Louis McLain. He has of the river lies In a rocky formation the best Instruments, being silver-plater

act and talk more Intelligently than weillYe. a force of 115 men at work at present, which adds much to Its beauty. and of beautiful workmanship and Wo try to keep a full stock of

but L will\ Increase the number by the "The road will he completed to Miami design. With such Instruments as Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quality

Yours truly, addition of from two hundred to threliundred about travel can the be first accommodated of next February loon,after and these, the organization hopes to make Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drug Is a very Important matter

EDWIN: NrtHO men during the next ten days that time. A number of small hotels good progress.
The rooms-over the office of the late Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper EtcEtt
As soon as the graders are sufficiently and l boarding-houses are already at Miami firm of Pace & Doyle have been fitted ,

1IUXDIXG IN MOXUOi: CO. along to keep ahead of the track layers, can where l>e ample secured.and Within good accommodation a few weeks; up for the members and they expect to We run our Business In "Up-to-Date" Methods. == -

that work will\ be commenced, and completion steamboat service will be established between have their first practice this (Friday])
night. We wish the members of the ;Zjf: Special attention to mall ordeis. We will\ try and fill your want* n i.
KEY WMT, FLA., July 11, 190.1.Mettrt. : of the extension will\ be pushed : West Palm Beach and Fort Lau band every success In their woik. just as will\ as if you called In person. All order for goods in stock shipper' 01

llrahtuit A I'd/on: with all speed possible. Between ten dei-dale salt on water.New River, at Its junctionwith day they are received. We want your trade.

and eleven miles of rails are already at
Dear Jsirs-The many articles upo "The drive from Fort Lauderdale to Genuine Bargains In teal
West Palm beach, or on their way there Miami\ about twenty-five miles over the
roads that have been for Kntiite.
good published The road Is to be completed by February countiy road, Is a very pleasant one, and THE BEST FERTILIZERS .
time lu the neat and
Home past newsy 1, 18SKJ, and before that time If possible can be accomplished without any discomfoit. 1. Twelve of hammock
ADVOCATE has been read with The steamer Mistletoe\ U now No. acres
popular ;
NO HOTEL TIII4 REASON. running regularly between Lemon City land at Sharper postoffice; about 300 feet With a Pare Bone Basis are Manufactured by the
k) much Interest by the people of Dado am Mr. I'arrott was nuked about a hotel and Key West, so see that the business front on Indian liver, and runs back to ,
Monroe counties-and I "Success to you road has It a house of six
say county ; upon
being, built at Miami( to which he relied that Is already there amounts to a
the of the East Coaxt. 1 II rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000;
pink paper good deal The whole through
\ that this was something of which country
barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a L. BI DARLING FERTILIZER CD
not encroaching too much on jour valu which we drove shows no sign of lastwinter'
able : It Interest readout only Mr. Flagler could\ 1 speak. lie stated cold, and the oranges lemons grove of uOU large beating trees in fine ,.
may jour and
apace before the freeze will\
however that he should not condition soon
sup- and other tender fruits are in the fines!
to know that a committee consisting often pole any effort would be made to built condition. recover and bear: j good! 1 crop. Remainderof !: OF PAWTUCKET R. I.
of the best citizens of Key West have "Great Interest In this new territory land cleared, an,111I of best quality for ,
hotel there this at rate. He
1 been appointed as trustees to carry out a year any Is being manifested by settlers who are I vegetable farm. This property was held There is nothing like Darling's Pineapple Grower to make fine tccb)
could not what would be done In will sell today
say iiim at $0,0(0 one year ago';
i the project of building a road from Key; the future. already moving In, and the prospects\ will for be I for f3,800j; $1,1100 cash, and *J,20I> plants and solid, sweet, juicy fruit that will\ ship well. We also carry in rack,
the
.J West along the keys as far as lilscayn the future are that country may remain on mortgage. This U a 50 and 04 per cent Sulphate Potash, Kalnit, Nitrate Soda, Flour of Sulphur Bng'
Hay. An election on the question of With regard to putting on a line of filled up very rapidly.distance The line from of the the most desirable place for a home good Cotton Seed Meal, baled Tobacco Stems, Granulated Tobacco Stems, and ,nuke.
road lies
steamers to connect with Miami and Key new some location, close to postoflice, school, bone for chickens. nrWrlto to us before buying elsewhere and save monk
bonding will\ be held ou Aug. 6th. The canal; which the company Is construct-
trustees have Issued an address to the Vest, when the railroad shall be com- i Ing. This plan was adopted with the church etc., and in a nice neighborhood. Branch Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,.
b bare land alone I II almost worth the
pleted, Mr. I'arrott stated that this was Idea that In this should be able The .
voters of Monroe county, which Is as way we price asked. Roar of 28 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Mm ic
a matter that bad not even been con- Laura Streets. O. B. WEEKS, Agent Z3T" Send for Pocket Memoranda BoolGroceries
follows: Idercd by Mr. Flagler. A small steamer No. 2. Thirty acre tract with houseof
--- -- --- ---------- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -
West June 24 18')3.! : -To the artesian well
"Key Mistletoe Is running between eight rooms, large portion -
clettois of Monroe county. Fellow Cltl now 100,000 **** ** cleared, etc. adjoins hotel property
:EI RRA:: ::c Y
Will: The Legislature passed 'au act to Lemon City and Key West, making one at Sarno, near Eau Gallie. The land be ,

Authorize the county of Monroe to bonditself lip a wctk. A glance at the neap however alone Is worth more than price we quote,

In the sum of live hundred thoun I shows the possibilities for a quick ---.Choice Home Grown-. 220.; The owner refused! $3,000 a year Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertita r
sand dollars, for the puposeof coiistiuct connection between Miami and Key ago. lie must sell without delay and ,
ing a public highway and the necessary hall authorized us to take $2,2"; $1,2*>0
Vest the distance being onlv about l.ltl ;
troHtliug and drawbridges to connect the miles: -while from;; ; l'ort Tampa, on the PINEAPPLE PLANTS cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

eland of Key West with Key Largo.' west count to Key West it Is 240 miles. 3. One hundred and thirty-six Stnpl< & Fzwkey Groccric, Fruit
"The uiuk-rslgiiod have had the honorof
Mr. Parrott also stated that no plans and 85-100 acres of land at New River. And Food ProductsOf
being the trustees for the prosecution
were being considered with reference to Abbaka, Enville City, Smooth Cayenne, Three-quarters of a mile water front.
of thU great undertaking fully real- All Kinds. Also My Stock of
a line of steamers from Miami to the tolden Queen Prince Albert, Variegated description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and
ize the responsibility of this as well as
the suLiedness of this trust, and pledgeour Bahamas, which would\ be a very direct Smooth Cayenne. Finest plants prompt 8 of section 13, township 50 south of Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton. Seed Meal,
\ route by way of the last Coast Line to range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the
honor to that we "faithfully dell
you and the northern markets very less than 7.50 Ground Food and Wheat.I .
Jacksonville ) whole tract, or per acre;
In the I.
discharge our duty premises am GEO. RUSSELL
We The Bahamas are only about 140 miles or we will\ take $10 per acre In forty am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the abovt mkt'Goods.
beg hearty co-operation. recognize
jour the fact that the success from Biscayne Bay, although the waters Orlando, Fla. acre tracts. We believe a purchaser I buy close and will\ sell close. I invite your correspondence ano rolls:
upon rather shallow and 3F: Write for prices.FOR sell this land and double his
of this enterprise hangs the very salvation ; light draught can your patronage. Very truly
essels would be required. money as soon an steamers begin .I;. BRADY.
of and Key
our city, expect every
the canal __ _____
through next
to run ----
heel IiOTIHNO DEFINITE \fcT. n -
wester to place his shoulder! to the w
and all push together remembering always Mr. Parrott was asked In regird to the SALE. December. We own this land our
that 'The god help those who Lakeoitli and Iron selves but need money to develop other
bridge across an
help tliemsilvoa.\ out Into the atthat enterprises, hence offer It at a price DUREN & FEASTER.
pier extending ocean PINEAPPLE SUCKERS Hit* which will insure early sale. Buy this,
"Our secretary has signified his Intention point, which have been rumoicd.
of serving: without salary, and the lie replied that nothing definite had and and double your money.

trustees have personally assumed any In- been decided upon In this connection.Mr. . + AND SLIPS. No. 4. The north three-fourth of

idental\ expenses that may arrlsu, so Richardson gave a very interesting southeast quarter of section 7, and of
that It will\ Incur no expense whatever on account of tint trip to a Citizen repreeutatlve Egyptian Queens. lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS Francis fl, Leggett & CO'!

the bond account."If yesterday "Mr. I'arrott and of range 41 east, containing 150 acres
you vote to bond the county to myself had a very Interesting trip and Red Spanish.PernambQCOs. This tract has a large frontage on the

airy out the "'ol'k-which means so we drove clear through from West Palm St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad Fine Groceries.
much to us-we will\ endeavor to make; a leach to Miami," he said. "It was White crossing. Price $13 per acre.
contract with Mr rlugler to take our along the line of the I-Ight-ofway which Antiqnas.
bonds and complete the whole road: am I has been secured for the new work, and Finest and Heat Sucker and Slips on 37 No.south 6. Lot 4 of 41 section east 32, township Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kinft
range containing 77
will\ make no contract which does not we found it through a most charming Lake Worth Prompt and quick deliv-
look to that end. We do not Intend to country. The drive wa seventy miles ery. Write me for pi'Ice*. acre This tract ha a quarter of a
spend without we get a lomstaitto finish and backs mile front on the M. Lucie River at CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE -
your money we came K. U. I'AKKIN. Meet Palm Horn Fla. Station. Price $35
road. \o road no bonds. : far as the Hillsboro river by steam, Stuart per acre.
"With the opening of the Nicaragua' whero we took the canal route and re- No. 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, Z3T" Agents for Williams\ &; Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited

('anal-which we ass satisfied ,,11take'\ uimxlto West 1'alm Iteoch by water. PINEAPPLE SLIPS fronting on Biscayne Bay at Ewanton Very Truly, =DLiI'Oll 37oastOl%
place In a few jears-and the union 01! We stopped at fetrnn.ilian's camp on the .".. eights, one mile south of Cocoanut ____ C3
Key West with the mainland\ and its New river both going! and coming. It Grove. Price $ .OOtl. This price may

:great railroad systems, which like II a very mighty arteries send the life-bloott of! up ou the plan of the camps In the AdirCalifornia and fronting on Biscayne Bay. In good

commerce through its lamltic.xlens we location, you will get your eye opened MILLS LUMBER CO.,
are sure to enter upon an era of prosperity FOR SALE a* to price asked in that section. This
hitherto unequalled In the annals of! tract I II the only desirable parcel we TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. '

our country. Key Well ten. register at Orange and Lemon have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. Incorporated October 1804-8uoeeMors to It. R.nsun A Co.

once. Every man is expected to do his or r the Following = The: price asked $5KiO) will yield us a Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
duty."Jeremiah. I fair profit and we are satisfied that
Fogarty, chairman; J. V. Budwood and Trees Egyptian Queen, nothing similar can be had at a much Kept constantly on hand. Also special bill of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched

Harris, secretary; Charles Curry John Smooth Cayenne, higher price. This tract will\ no doubtbe lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and cover and cypress tanks /i e

LS Gate Lowe, George Jr., William\ W. Allen I). Cash, John Eduardo Jay 1'hll-II. FOE SALE.v VARIETIES : Golden Queen, sold within a few weeks. made a, called for. All Kinds Of Mouldings, Timed and of.w or t.1

brick, Jno W. Sawyer, 1'. T. Kulght." : :-W, Navel Valencia Late (or Eniille City No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres Specialty. One of our firm I II a contractor and builder of many year*' experien
)U. train of Hurt TarUltf If preferred), MeJ.twiwl 1. lose to the depot and post office at Mal- 10 that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construct! sand
Trusting you will publish the foregoing Malta,ltiasl,1Mnry Jaffa, HoiuuMMia Tangerine, htttuuia.Mt.Uubv Michael Wood Ur- abar. Large house with upper and lower building of all kind of private and public edifice on reasonable terms soc't

In the next Issue of the pink paper, angss. Maitnuut Hunuiu and Malta uval. order LE. Orderstaken.. All first- veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; Inair the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere
I am, your truly, mu.t I* fur at tout Biw es.5 of th* but two repair, beautiful river front lawn
J. E. M. arletws.:: Roval Tb. true Mouma.LUbou leash Loot' ITvuiluiu,\ Ilia t;ranra.urrka aminiM class plant., and early delivery. Applyto etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 "- Correspondence and Patronage Sollciteo-= ;

>ruil Sicily tomoni. HutU pit'oil and G. C. MATTHAMS large seedling trees 7,000 pineapple
oaf* arrival ana: utufx lion (uanuiMcii. Plenty This will make a nice home for anybody. RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T HOG
f reference on application Hu To the People of the East Const. r e4dot loon. (10 |wr a.uoo, (Melon f IJiu only $1250.00. Neu n Puhlle A lwusanl4
per too,cull with order. Addrvu: Fla.
West Palm Beach
NOTE::-The above description will
.. 1, H. CAM MACK, --- --
shark fcklu. --- --- --
Wanted Buy 10.OOO enable customer to locate the several
cut this out for ref.) Whittler,Cal it. Florida Real Estate Exchange
I will\ pay SOct a piece for skin over properties very closely by examiningone ,J
of the J,, M. A. A 1. R. iCy company'
Oft. long; Olds! under. Cash on tie- 1
1 railroad maps, but we will be
Lemon and
livery at Titusvllle\ St. Luck and Yew Orange Grapefruit
pleased to send special map on a large :y: Write u* for descriptive price list.
Ricer, where I shall be on or about Ode STANDARD VARIETIES. scale on application w parties who

1st. The skins to be cut down the back mean business and Intend to buy, if they POSTOFFICE BOX lOO. -
Buds and Scions For Sale
find such bargain.
can a they want.
from back of head to within a foot or so MELBOURNE Brevard Co FLA.
I am prepared to furnish eye bud*. Orange 1 _
of tail Skins to be taken off with u and triune. ,at f 1 pr KM. ** per I.MM Not lee. I ti ROIIUINS A OK\nAM Co., .
stun hut of any one sort al thousand rate. Urape. Tltusville Fla. -- --- -- -
little flesh as possible, and no knife-holes roll,e. bud, tl per luu. flu per l.niM. Oranjra, ,
in kin. I will\ also buy all the oil from *UMin and Grapefruit sauna. (terminal I craft) ---
Lumber
$2'wrpupeirr Lett. Nu dissent ua large I and House Building Materials .1
the liver*-each shark will make about orders for scions. AU fwd. suit sckws out ,
pot paid to you eo guaranteed to mud In
yon
To make oil take out
the '
half-a-gallon. ,
Sad order Have bad Urge csneriene*: thor Sod'I
livers and fill a kerosene bbl. twothirdsfull OUllbl understand aU detail. Katufarlion srscrod. Sash Doors and Blinds: Lime Cement Nails i
T.r,.: Cask with Order Brad on ,
of liven; stand in sun In a dry your order for future delivery, *u I may I.* prelalred -
place. A* the liver decay, the oil will I. to All order just when wanted Gel four CLOCKS Builders' Hardware
.
buds and felon true reliable tourrM.AddKH ,
tome to the top. Strain oil through
cheesecloth Into barrel for shipment : C. a HfKOCSS.immide I ,
solicited. tallf. Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty
Correspondence Florida Refi.nc.: O. U. Norton, O. D. CHI-
COM. F. D. Hi'out:*, feed. t'. W, $svtas. icons, .'la.OaMUnla At AXTHOXY BROS.,
G.
F. PADDISON
Referent.t: Oranx Grown Rank -
Care of henry Clews Co., T K. All...&. 1' M.. M. B >'.. Ci"ot. MeSUrargoipre JINDIA4
New York City. 11: **S(.nt, iUvtnid, Calif. 1 THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE FLA. TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU GALLIC t'











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