Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00141
 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 26, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00141
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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<1. Vol. :1O. No. 25. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1895. 11..iee.5c.

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LOCAL NEWS Rend This Column Carefully., Mr. I). B. Paitn. of
BeilIt'waIlID -Mr. Chas W. Brownrigg paid Orlando: -Mr. 0. 0. Springer, the popular ice CUItfJlt rb,4lkurk.

And Topics of General Interest. town Tuesday... a visit on 1Iul.y.ShRrk manufacturer, of St. Augustine, passed
STORE In the caught aback itai
a the
ADVOCATE block Titusville The English yacht, Valkyrie: 111., skins and oil noM-l. :See: trough hero, yesterday, on his way to
are ocean at Ornu d loach
MrimUy morn.ing -
ocletr and General OoB lp In connection leading clothiers on the East Coast of ailed for New York on Wednesday. page 8.3r.. Vest Palm BefldO
with BUcujn Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, Florida. Give them a trial. -Do you need pineapple plants If 080. M, Robbinft left hero, yesterday -The short sermon Is Increasing In larmlesa, measured hov-nose> ] abouA shark.Itumors 7ft. It wa a
nalltar Hirers. Went
and Key
'and.nana.U other Important Points along the so, read the ad*., on 6th ant fair pages. > for Eau Grtllie.Mr. \ r topularity. In fact, we are rapidly(
Knit Coast of Florida. lirlef mention of VIIERK our 7th to page.stop. See list of hotels on -Mr. J. O. Walton, after spending Oi W. Turner, of Melbourne, approaching the dar: of the pulpit pnrarapher. .r.. AiotlnItUay. .

Interesting Event from larlon Part several days at Eau: Gallto, returned pent Wednesday In Tltunllh.8i.lewnJka { .. .-Washington Post

and of the People World Ton) About hoot People Know You- Picked Know BICTCLE bells from 23. cents to J.OO.. home on Saturday afternoon.Mr. are being laid around the -We note that Miss Anna Tyler, of'ew Mr. T. J. Morton, an .n lnoo. of the

up by Our Society Editor. I. R. Cycle Co., Titus*Ille, Fla. Frank SharplrOl'rlctoroC Hotel Sea Breeze bin,. Daytona Itoarh.Mr. York who>> him been stopping; at lant System rode over tile rwuto. of

Coronado, Coronado Beach, spent a few J. A. Enslow: of St Augustine, Ormonllkoacl1 during: the past month or thu proposed now stood l; ratlrvad they

Rt A FULL line of Munyon's Homwpathlc daYllln Jacksonville this wreck paid Titusville a visit on Wednesday. 110, I II* In-coming quite a swimmer. hope to bulk! from their line north. Into

RI I Remedies atCIIAFFFC Mr. and Mrs J. Field and -We of Invitation his township, last w, ok. On- of theopourd
S. little acknowledge rrrrlpt an -
& Archdeacon B. F. Boown has been
'iffA Druggists ,
7 ( '
[}J ATE: Titusvillc, Fla.ady's son, of Inilionola, icturned homo from preaching st Eden anti Jensen this weak to attend Bachelors' Paity, routes Is from BaRtow via.lldland .

UIiJ II\ IIr // tFuca their trip to Anu-rlcus, Ga., on Monday. Reich will, take place at thh AI Fresco \/ to Avon Pirk: ,The abler Is
: -The steamer Hlttie Kill soon make from Fort Maado
\ 10@W1@ direst to AVttn. C&rk.:
\ Oxford nndicsscd kid shots, Mrs. O. hotel, Jensen, on Wednesday evening
\ \ @ S. Porter who has born on a
". (<<, ,..: AT[ tan slate and black; actually worth trip north has returned to Daytona hero first hip through the new canal toNew next, July 31st.A hose aro the facts known to labo. We
$:;,00-will sell for 100. Julius River. b jlleve tin Plant coinjmny holes to build
r.// ;=:: -@.. Kline, Titus*ill*, Fla. Japt. Porter Is visiting old friends In'irglnla. gentlcmauiwho railed at this office
to Avon Fiirk.
-Mr. W. W. Russell, of Cincinnati, Sl.oul.1 Mr. riant exend -
u ::: : tiro other dray said ho lieliuved the !Sharp)
0. in the arrivals iris system (II. rallroatU
r / among prominent on : through
DEED blanks lOc. each; .OO per 100, at -We note that quite a number of family, of the Coronado hotel, were the thlll toWBhl
Beach. Luke
: the ADVOCATE office.Foe Daytona | Worth. on, tie
lost musical and talented whole
as a ,
state are following the example '
r shyer -Mr. Burnhant Norwood has returned }ass: Coast, and south along tha rich
let by the ADVOCATE for of any family ou the East Coast
first class shormakmg and repairing by agitating to town after a pleasant sojourn at alley vl the CaloaJiatcliU, vln, Fort
mti\ & -- lXJ'mJ[ call on J. A. Daughtcrv: at Mr. Nolle's food roads.Mr. Melbourne Beach. -The afternoon tea, given by Miss lycrs. to Punta UKUM, ou, tie Gulf. he

1 old stand, Tltus\ille, Fla.
1@w@C > { of the Marion Free Picss, Oath; -Mr. Goo. F. Paddlson, Eau: Gallic's well attended.. We understand that a ommoico of South Florida, a* well as

1/,1' o CCTTP.O, shaving and shampooing hall been spending; couple ol weeks at well-known lumber merchant, was In imilar ten will be given! each week by control the Culiaa nl\lI. out cootpetlt-
done in first-class style, at Charles town Wednesday.Mr. different Indies\ of the : Guild 1
Bracco's tonsorial pailor next door to hotel Coquina, Ormond. Episcopal i on from the East Const lines news never

\@I Capt. Fischer's bakery, Titusvillo. -Capt Peter Neilson has fixed the C. B. Knott, superintendent of for soma time to come. The next meet be feaml-Avou Park (r'Lu) [dos.

the Flagler hotels, has been enjoying a l ng of the Ladies' Guild will bo hold at
t large recently purchased
WE have short rest at York Cliffs Mo, Mrs. Decker's
now to loan In ,
money sums ,
from Mr. L. C. Oliver-at the west side To Ilulttl u Museum and llouiolloat.
\i' suit an approved real estate security. of> his boat Divine IIl.'rvlee",1II, be held on Sunday -Miss Louise Jones will leave hero onlonday
@ l i 'U@1Tell Send in your applications Bobbins{: ways .
Graham Co. -Mr. ieo. M. lUibbins expects to next at Eau Gallic, the Rev Stuart Martin ; for Jacksonville, and stop over

officiating.Col. \ here with friends until Mr. W.
Wednesday Helm, of West Palm Beach,
not with faces attend the grand conclave of Freemasons
"Advertising us docs lengthened not pay;" WILL sell bells at cost. Call and see at Boston next month MM. Robbins I). I. Gaulden, who, has been then she will, meet her sister, Mrs. Win. III said to be getting together ft fine col.

Ope jour eyes and see Its traces, our stock I. R. Cycle Co. Rill\ probably, accompany him. attending to some law business in Jack- h..1. Brown, of Tltusvlllo.{ Both will thru cctlon of. curio for Mr. Chas B. Cory,

In the solid wealth to-day. onvlllo, returned home yesterday.The tart for New York, en route to the .he naturalist, of Boston.\ Mr. and Mrs.
One of the electricians of the
NAPHTHA LAINCIIF A. T. Hose, Melbourne Hobo Sound Store Is h home of their parents In New Hartford, Cory expected: to leave for Kuglaail on a e
1'0iDclaDa Palm Beach has been laid now pro-
:C3T:: JOB PRINTING at this office.ty Indian River, will build any up pAred to attend to All orders In the 3onn.. MUs Jones will be missed among short visit this summer, but It Is a little
this week attack of
kind of through an erysipelas
or naphtha sailor
friends In late
icr In the to .
many aoasou now start. Mr.'oiy's
The ADVOCATE may be had at row boat to order. Wiite him for ID his foot. The sufferer Is Mr. M. G. i grocery lino entrusted to their care.

Dr Screvcn's drug store and Mrs. Emma estimates. Ilamblin.Mr. -Dr. W. L. Hughlett, who accoiiv -Mrs. Julia D Tuttle, of Fort Dallas, IMOWOSS hunter l I.well known

Eaton's news stand, 5c. per copy. Miami, passed through Tltusvllle, yesteiday along the East Coast, and he Is quite a
panted Mr. S. K. Watts. of Eau Gallic
and Mrs. A. T. Feaster and famIly ,
-The Chicago Canning Co. has built GREAT line of negligee: shirts in all the en route to St. Augustine on crack shot. In the Canaveral section honanagvd
latest styles and patterns at SO rents who have been on a two weeks' visit to St. Augustine, to get better modlcal to six bears
packing; house on Lake Worth msincss of Importance. Mrs. Tuttle lethe secure ; while last
each; worth >$1.00, at Julius Kline's, at Melbourne Beach returned home on attention, returned home yesterday. winter ho shot
owner of some seven bundled acres one or two panthers In
Oaytona is quite lively this summer Titusvllle.MONEY. Tuesday, having spent a very enjoyable -Dr. W. S. Graham, who accompaniedilswlfe the
with its normal school and number of land at the mouth of the Miami river,
large ,
if attendants. time while away.Mrs. and family as far as Columbia, in Bay) Biscayno. It In upon this property Mr. Cory-who Is ono of the Anvo-
: We want to loan first
money on Martin and her S. C., on their way to Philadelphia, re- '
daughter Miss valued
I real estate mortgages. Teu cent that the terminus of the railroad: cAn; Boston IlIbllcl'lberlIII
-Mr, J. O. Martin, of Indianola, spent per turned to Titusville
free of all expenses to lender. Gauldon Allie, passed through here on Saturday on Wednesday. will IK located, and, If the rumor of a have a museum building erected on

from Saturday until Monday at Daytona & Sanders, Titusvillo and West Palm last, en route to Asheville\ N. C., aDd Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold mammoth hotel !Is correct, It will bo ,nk. Worth to store his numerous cuilosltlus -

Beach Beach, Florida. New York They expect to remain In divine service on Sunday next, the 2Hthnst built on the fort Dallas property. and also a flue house-boat builtat

-Mr. E. II. Purdy, a former resident Abbeville\ a month or two. at St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, Titusvillo this summer.

,>< Tltuiville, has been spending a couplef ) WHFV you visit Jacksonville, stop at ritus\illu, at 11 a. and 7-50 Keep Your Sidewalks Tree The order
the Carleton hotel, Bay street. The -Miss AmHelen, of Ormond, who re- m. : p. m. for 100,000 feet of lumberto

) weeks at Daytona. electric car from the railway stations cently returned from New York, where -We are pleased to learn that Mr. C. I"rom'Vt'cch, build the museum has bven given to

Coqulna hotel, Ormond, still holdits will land you at the Carleton door In she has been studying the art of paint S. Schuj ler, who has been seriously Mr. Goo. .Paddlsoii, of Eau Gallic.
about six minutes Our sidewalks around town
I own as the best seaside summer l ng, informs us that she expects to for the pant two or three weeks, Is able are get-

hotel on the East Cqast.Mr eland next winter in New York. to be about again. flog overgrown with weeds, much to the Tim FLAULKlt 1CAILWAY.St .
To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE annoyance of the Indies-especially after
Wilbur Ilendrlckson has beeDappolDted block, Titusville. Excellent location -The Crawford House, White Mountains -Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Mrlntyro, of a heavy rain or dew. It would IK wellIf I

pilot for the const bordering Possession may be hail at N. II., which Is under the management Cocoa, are spending a couplo of weeks would show little Augustine I'op'rlhoultl not be too
property-owners a
upon Dade county. once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor of Mr. Henry W. Merrill, will\ accommodate In Daytona. Miss Florence Hardee, of i nqulsitlvo over the rumored bridge
and neatness In this
C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, energy or
ellllrl. Cudinot Pritchard and J. A. Titusville. 1,000 guests. As usual, Mr. lockledgo, has been stopping ,with them before long our eight foot side walks across I.ake'ol'tb..

llappcrsette left here this morning for Merrill will manage the Royal I'oinciana, his week. will dwindle down to a mere trail. The VIce-Presldent J. 1L Parrott, of the

,Jacksonville on Important business. TIMES ARE HARD and you cannot affordto II notwitstanding reports to the contrary -Miss Ethel Humph, after spending a Town, Council will look after the roadl.1loro flagler Railway, ban boon In Now York

-Mr, Andrew S. Lee, proprietor of lose everything. Insure against -The recently,appointed government few days on a visit to her brother, at this week upon buslnos*connected with

Hotel Indian River, Is now managing fire, cyclones and accident with HALL II lull and boiler inspectors for this dlsrict West Palm Beach, returned to town Wedding: the road.
*, WKIOIIT, of Titusville, Fla., representing I.
the Fifth Avenue hotel, New York. the Liverpool & London & I' -Captains Vogel and Spencer-have Saturday last, much pleased with her Miss Hattie Hale and Mr. A great many carloads. pf steel rails

-The Ormond bridge is undergoing a Globe, the Old Hartford and other been down at Lake Worth, Inspectingthe trip. George came up to town Monday. Marx, of Jacksonville, will soon become George have passed through. Titusville for use

thorough overhauling, and will be made leading companies tf steamers Sweeney and Hlttle, and -The boys played quite a joke upoi one 1 In connection with tire extension of the

strong and substantial for the winter I-attending to other business connection Gus Anthony on Tuesday night by tak above railway.
Did hear about that prominent
with their office. you
travel. -Father O'Boyle spent Sunday at log all his clothes out of his room, and Ono hundred awl fifty colored men
redding at Waveland last Will
Mr, Daytona.Mrs.. -At last our Town Council has concluded making him believe that thieves had night ':.Wined through Tltusvlllo
Geo. F, Miles\ the general man-- ell our lady friends about It In our next yesterday, en
ager of the East Coast Line Canal and D. L. Gaulden and Mrs. Stevens to open the drains that were broken Into the (house. They carried his i ssue. route to West I'alm Beach, to work on

Transportation Co., who has been on a 1 left here, Monday, to spend the bal closed some time ago, and men have trunk, off as well as his clothes, but re- the extension of the Ylagler road.
been this Dame Rumor says that our old friend
busily engaged week ditching turned everything on after.noon.
trip to Canada, Is again In St. Augustine ance of the summer north. Wednesday Gfti'I. Passenger Agent Joseph Richardson *
: : and draining the stagnant pools. Our Gus says he will get even with Dr. M. W. Llclity, will shortly marry the
-It is probable that the road for the I -Mr. Glen Strohm stopped off here people will undoubtedly appreciate this them ester of one of Fort Plerce'a prominent has been In Atlanta, attending a

horse car will be In readiness this week, from Monday until Tuesday, en route move on the part of the Council lady residents. Dr. Llchty U now In Meeting of tine auditing committee of

K that those visiting Ormond Beach can from St Augustine to Palm Beach -Mr. and Mrs. R. It. McCormlck, and Washington, D. C. The ADVOCATE tile Southern. /States Passenger Assocla

get there from the train without any -Mr. Jas. Carnell, of Ormond, tells us -Attention is drawn to the new ad. ol Mr. and Mrs W. F. McCormick, of Cocoanut sends congratulations In advance Ion.

discomfort that be is going to buy all the guavas he Goo II. Wright, Orlando, Fla., growerof Grove, Biscayne Bay, are now atLake Mr. G. C. Matthauu, the well known
In communication to hind
a from
[ orange and other trees, which will be :
-Quite a number of practical jokes can find on Biscayne Bay. Get ready I 'ound' on the 8th page of this Issue. Mr St. John, Canada, where they say Jacksonville, the ADVOCATE asked to pineapple grower of Lake Worth, WM

are being played around town of late by for him, boys. .. I his It Is delightfully cool Morning and make the announcement that Mr. the first to receive a carloai'l of freightover
some of the boys, but Sheriff Bowman Wright says stock Is strictly A. 1, evening they are sitting around big log the extension of the Flagler lull'
and -Mr. Jesse Burtz, one of the editors and has north, and next month
Marshal Titus are on the watch for was not injured by the freeze. Ires. Next week they leave for camping
them. and proprietors of the Palatka Timer I Give him trial order.A will" married to Miss Ruth I. Harwo, way.
In the woods Would
trip like
to have
Herald, spent from Saturday until Monday of Wilmington, Dul. We cannot do oth Mrs. J. I>. liahMtr wife of the assistant
-Mrs. C. L. Myers, wife of the well sewing class has been Inaugurated: little of that cool weather down here.
known superintendent of the Southern I at Hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach. IIMI'I. jj the Misses Jeanette and Annie Paddl- erwlse than wish them every joy ID adance. generall'uaeager agent of the Flag

Express Co., is said to be slowly recover Elmer Shultz, of South Titus and several ladles What say you, Brother Carterof ler railway has been quite 111 at Augur <.
I son connected
ing from her serious illness She I In young Sailboat Through the Canal.
was the ta, Ga.. which necessitated the
has In store for her husband Metropolis presence
Jacksonville this week. ville, a surprise with lire Presbyterian church meet at
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who Is at Lake Worth. A Mr. at the above city.
-Max Von Koppelow has been ar Ie Capt. Paddlson's residence,Tuesday ev h In consequence of the opening of the A Trip on the Kahrlna.
arrived at their home this In consequence of the boom Mr. Flag.
fine early
for the
rested IImornlDg. nings, purpose of doing their
on a serious charge by Sheriff canal from Lake Worth to New River
Bowman. As we go to press, we understand I duty by way of sewing and disposing ocecream :t most of the small sailboats take thai Mr. 1)enb.1Y, Jerome, of tit Lucie, ler la Riving Lake Worth by the building
he was to have a preliminary hear- do several state ltillil I which did took of the new hotel and extenalon of his
log this -Why papers they quite rapidly route In preference to going outside. out a jolly party on board his fine
morning, before the mayor. publish the timetable of the Indian on Tuesday evening last Miss Ethel such Sabrina on Friday afternoon last, railway, bet ADVOCATE: I* Informed that

-The Sharpie Belle, of Eau Gallie, River Steamboat company, and thus Humph kindly favored those pr8118ntwith and a trip of several miles was made up| It la rather difficult to find a house to
recently bought by Mr. Chas W. Drownrlgg A Census Kniuuerutor for Dade let at West Palm Beach.
Orlando has thorough mislead the public These steamers some very excellent selections on and down the river. The launch left the
undergone a
overhauling on Nielson't ways,, have ceased to run. the pianoforte, which were much en County. railway wharf just after four o'clock, Major Louis McLalo, contractor for

and is now In the water again. -Mr. and Mrs. Benj. W. Jerome, who joyed.At I Commissioner of Agriculture L. B, and after a pleasant run of about two the extension of the Flagler Railway, Lat

Business, like the movement of a have been on a visit of nearly a fortnight the invitation of Mm. Jas. P, I Wombwell, of Tallahassee, has appointed hours she returned-all having eijoyec West Palm Beach, busily engaged

watch, depend on the proper adjust with Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, o f Vinlng, Hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach, Mr. Henry Dyer to be the census enumerator the outing Immensely Among those superintending the work, which Is being

meat of the balance to make things'ooe this place, returned home to St. Lucie quite a jovial party of ladles and gentlemen for Dade on board were Mrs. J. 0 Walton, Miss rapidly pushed forward. The major'.
smoothly If would have Wednesday! : morning.
you a on
balance In your favor, advertise in the were collected together at her din Jennette I'addison, Mlsa Albino Egger: work will show up In the neighborhood

\1/\'oe.4 n:. sold-Pineapple at present,plants and upon are being our 8th largely page ner table on Sunday evening last amon;g Paint beach Inn. MlM Lena Gardner, Miss Louise Jones, of Miami by January.

-The dickey birds tell the ADVOCATE will be found the ad. of the Orlando the gentlemen being Mr. 11. Strunz, a MUs Annie Paddlsoo, Miss Aline Egger: Although some people do not believe

that the prominent young lady from S t. Grape and fruit Co. Mr. Van Houun, prominent lawyer from Bristol, Conn.; It Is stated that the Palm Beach Inn, Miss Mildred Woodward, Mis Florence I. bridge will .be built across Lake Worth

Augustine who made such an Impromptufilunge the treasurer of the company, writes the Editor L. J. Brumley, proprietor of the now In course of construction on the Norwood; and Messrs. 11, W. Jerome, K. this summer others are of the opinion
off her bicycle at Ormond while ADVOCATE that their plants are growing banks of the Atlantic ocean at Pal L. Brady C. II. Walton J. that
Marion Free Press, Ocala an AUVOCAT e E. England, such will be the cane, as it would
riding against a head wind, last week and suckering well; and, although the1
WII not seriously Injured, but manage, have been favored with some large orders representative and others. Mrs. Vining Beach, will accommodate 400 guest, G. P. Anthony, F. A, Morgan, P. O, save wnsidenblettm.inthetraluferrlDg

to tear her dress pretty badly. t t the above company are fully prepared has the happy faculty of pleasing the DUmerous and that It will be u large u the Pone Walton. Claude Walton, etc., all o f of passengers and baggage for the two

Augustine papers must pUase not whir- to meet all reasonable demand hotel guests by her g o4aitr and de Leon hated /hotel, but not quite Kelaborate. whom return thanks to Mr. Jerome to r Palm Beach hotels-the Keyal Polnclana
Ir this mishap abread. with the finest giants. ladylike characUrisU, I
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prominent Fort Myers citizen, and pro- Steamship
|M>ned a division of the spoils In case t t
9 they found the wild orange grove. Se. Bancroft wan rather reserved thai

curing all the Information- about the otherwise with most person whom J beset

Big Cypress swamp, southeast of Fort met.Garrick

Myers and fifty miles distant, with two wan generally to quiet that J h e

weeks' grub and a handsome team they often created the impression of) diffl- I

} began their Journey of discovery. With denoe.

their wagon and team the.y! journeyed Byron wa affable to his equal an u

three days, until the trackless forests. to those whom he wished to please, b
t t'I would not allow them to .(o further, haughty and distant to most other MAKES ITSELF FELT S L.News .

f They then took their horses, saddled Ooothe's manner were simple and ae -the great griping, old-fash-

them, and with two dogs and provision affected. lie greeted all men a*
h 1 equals and delighted every one whom he ioned pill. Not only
made fresh start.
Iir.!; MS-P.: ; bfmmena a Charleston and
met. but York Florida
I Springfield, Ohio. The morning of the second day they] you take unpleasant, tin s.
1 ;
.\ !J P came to the borders of the DIg Cypress, Schumann waft gloomy and mood;r. from first to last and it only

.. WalkedvithCrutches and here they tethered their animals and He often responded to a question! without ; does a little temporary good.
; turning his head to look at the :The magnificent Steamships of this Line
f took It afoot, and after a weary tramp tioner quo The things to take its place are i ap'

11'1' Rheumatism-Eczema-Swelled and wading through the swamp for seven Pel- pointed to sail as follows :
i General Greene had the are Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Neck-Hood's Cured. miles Im water from their knees to reputation
Charleston S. C Both
of being the moot polite man In URevolutionary' e lets. One of these at a ,doser Calling at Ways.
; "For two yean I have been tick,baring their necks, and through droves of alli
during the fo ITAIIDARD TIJlE.)
army war
I been confined to the home for a year 1 I gators, who fled at their presence, they independence. will regulate the whole system From New York, From JackenlliT'ier ,

'n. !t bare bad eczema for nine ffn, having reached comparatively dry land, and perfectly. They're tiny sugarcoated ( :29. E. R.) STEAMER harl..ton A n,,.,0':;
II Gladstone i* polite to everybody A i Frltla", June 211. a' a.oo p m .CIiERGREis Thursday. 'ul\ 4 11
; I killed physicians, but received no benefit, that night won n out and readyto SEMINOLE Annday, ne
1 weary his home he know granules, scarcely Tuesday, July 2 3.m p ut. : "'! uFrldav
I ii :
I: last winter I caught cold and became the slept thrilled\ country every one n 0: : 3.ln: p m ALUN1)t'IN Thnrity, ,l; ,\
:1 .': drop to earth the vicinity and ha a kindly word fo larger than mustard seeds. Tneday, II 3.15) CHERUKLE .Sunday, m\ I":
'' I fl Afflicted With Rheumatism, with the consciousness of having found even the poorest farm laborer. .. 12: :: 300: :: : .REMINOi.E : Thurn.lay, I :; .a sal
Nature's TUl'Afa ..... .
in iROI'1118. IIlInllav
own at m.
act ,. III. I' II
They '
: which put m*> on crutches. Last July ;i wild : al If't'
what sought-a orange grove, Thursday !
.; they Dr. Johnson' table manner 11'1'1bad. Friday, 1:1: at Lab p m AI.HO'lilll J" rTne.day ,
f. w 'i commenced to uHllood'ISar"lperlllllnd containing, on a rough estimate, 0,000 lie ate with all his might ofthat way.. No reaction afterward. I :: ;, st :: n: m.:" :.SEMINOLE, Snndav,). Ana :: :
i before bad flolibed one bottle I laid the CHEROKEE ey '
: f'J' t'rutcbl'llllld. After taking two bottles trees, In size from an arm to a thigh ever wo handy, never waiting to see Their help lasts and they do 'fue.da), 3U. It 3.001 p m .. ...Sun )' ,

I' the ectema! had left m. and I was almost I and covered with fruit untouched whether others had been nerved or) not. permanent good. Constipa
I entirely free from the effects of a swelled revealed the fact that the
Investigation Thomas Jefferson had Attacks
I neck. I know that It was Hood's Sar..pI''t' and the diguifim tion, Indigestion Bilious Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line.
I I' rllla that cured m.and I think it canuot land belonged to the government, bearing of an old time gentleman n Sick or Bilious Headaches .
be recommended too highly.' Although had never been surveyed Steps have his manner he wo generally cold, b ,
and until further notice Steamer "YEMASSEE"
S 'I III 57 years old, I feel young again' M_ been taken to have the land surveyed with friend would unbend his dignit y; and all derangements For the present i} ntena
B. P. BtMMOkS, tail Springfield, Ohio.Hood's to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from and be r t01
I I and homesteaded. On the retnrn homeof aa sociable a* any one could de of the liver, stomach, and
Philadelphia, Sundays Close connection Is made at Chal'lclltonlth 'ivfr

'.1 : ; Sarsaparilla Hlnson and Singletary, the former sire.Charles bowels are prevented, retonsil Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida point.
beard an old hunter)' that he believed I of England was I
lieved and cured.They're
Philadelphia and Interior point via Philadelphia
peaking to the of his ;
i, Is the Only there was another wild grove near the gentlemen ) the forthey're
and the cheapest
r second to common people he was neve:' ,
discovered and a trip was
j one ,
jtI known to speak at all His personal nn guaranteed to giveS
made to the Big Cypress grove, and sure
; -
True Blood Purifier popularity had much to do with h
; revealed satisfaction is St. Johns River Line.For
; enough another week's labor a downfall or money re .

t "l ', Prominently the public eye today. dozen miles distant from the first grove, turned. Nothing can be just
\ Oliver Wendell Holmes was one) of J:
"ood's Pills ears .blta.1 eomtlpr another! of larger proportions, esti "
even .
M now Prlee the most urbane of men. It was generally as good.
'1 ,: If mated to contain twelve thousand wild known that he liked to reoeivi e --- Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

: ';+it'll' trees In various stages; of growth, and copies of new books in the line of fictioi Kninanr of t'ri... the St. Johns River.

y { Free and'j' with/ It some three hundred acres of the or general literature, and when sncl] "I've met my match," said the meerschaum -

finest hammock land In the state and old were sent him he generally acknowledged and colored as it poka-Princeton .

j .I i Accepted Masons fields In which sugarcane was In full the receipt with an autograpiletter ] Stoctnaox E'V'crg1ad.c; .
I .-St. Louis Globe-Democrat. --
i ,, ;" leaf. All had escaped the freeze.- Front !!,stow CAPT. ,Y. A. SUA'V.Ie ,

I r I f Tropical Sun.
,I' Indian Tituavlller -_ FASHION'S FRILLS. pointed to sail from Jnclumivllle Tue da)i and Saturday at 6:00 p. m, returning w

I: ',. JUver Fla [We have often heard old hunters Dark blue crepon ia just the thing foi Sanford' Mondays and Thursday at 5:00 a. m

\' 't Lodge, NooOOI. peak of certain wild orange groves present wear.
. .. which the Seminole Indians say exist in 80 1'TH H t'NU. IICHElIl"LE. N U ItT H I I U'Read \D
English storm and French ; downi I Itnd
. t. IJ II..IA. I its meeting the second and fourth FrlUv Big Cypress; but we have never met serge camel '

.':-.,t }i,, ,S.. I I .... vIl1e..t< of earn*:(Ml p,month in at the Court; house,ntu. anybody to.who The has government visited the land groves survey referred making's hair early are summer fabrics costumes.A largely used. foi: Leave?,. !..45 f: E: ::::::::::::::::::::::::.Jaekonville.::...Palatka.Ator.., ....::::::::::::::::::::::::: Arm Leave. e i.. i., :

., 0,.I "t MENUKL, B. H. RAY!, township show a of blue .. ..30 a. III. .. ........ .... .... ..... ..lIt. Francl".... .. ............... .. ... .. l.'JIp,1I.
I See W )\1. land maps the NOutileastsiiore gown ) crepon trimmed wit .. yrsi a. m. ............ ... ..... 1Il''ord........ ........... ....... .. 12.11' mu

r J i I r SOCIETIES ET C. of hammock Lake Oke chobee along and It would not with black spangled satin ribbon jet ia and in galloon strict accordoncx sprinklec Arrive eon 5.00am a. m: :::::::::::::::.:::::::.:.Blue. .. Srings.; ..:::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :: I,,:I: I;

be surprising if there were wild groves with fashion. .. 9215 a..11I. .......... .... .... .... ....Enterprise.; .. .... ........... ... .... I.'JI., 1
in last-mentioned locality
; 1 Hemlnnle Lodge,No:*.>. hold Its meeting at ADVOCATE] Some wholly new princess gowns, Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
1\ the Court house, the flint four Ttiiir.il y "ven.l' open in the back, are rut half low ant! 1\1.M.CLYDE A.T. M. F. IRONMONGERJK JR.. t'la.l'a"l. Apt
lugs of each mouth,at V o'clock p. m. snvr.ui ON SALOOX-KIIP- sleeveless to admit of the French gnimpe 5 Bowling Omen sew York. 88 West Hay Ht.Jackn nrlllt,Hi

I'' 8. 1) UKIUEH W H HARRI, or of change of various sleeves and yokes.All THEO O EOOER T. M. Jan L. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt.

C. C K.otR.SA. I.itS. black hats, bonnets and toques,,' Browning Bean Jr.-Grandfather, Howling Green,Xew York Foot Hogan St.Jack.onvllterk

i o with color introduced in the trimming, my conscience urges me to remind you A. J Cotr.(General:!'aanenger Agent, J.A. LESLIE,Superintendent

i INDIAN RIVER OtAKI The General lle\ciiuo LnwI"nllH'tl preferably in lovely French half wreathe.e that you forgot the necessity of making ft bowling Green >>ework. Foot Hogan Bt.jackMiullle.rV >
P t Drill at the Armory, over county jail etery in D CIMiMt O t.. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,1'bllad.IIhla.)
a tax of the fibrous
and aigrets, still retain their fo your report
i Tuesday evening In the month, at 8 o.c..k.A. by the Last Legislature. vogue ]
1VM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Ag..llt.JI' )
T. t'EAaTEK.Captain.| dressy wear. quadruped as a "hobby horse"
The general revenue law that was that So Delaware AT., Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green New Turk
yon presented me with during the
Some of the new of tta
) corsage are I
.lanHcdby the lust Legislature recent holiday festivities. I believe I am
I't round waisted Recamier
t ell VUCII E8. variety, the
: some I provisions that are of special sleeves one immense puff from shouldei correct in assuming this to be in accordance

interest -ke'epeis and clubs as with the law as exemplified in
t.'ISCUPAL CHLKCH to elbow. From the elbow falls a very
Cervices the lt and 3rd Sunday In each deep lace frill that reaches nearly to the section 28, income tax, regarding "per
i month. at It a. in. and t:30: p. m. Kuulla,.ch..1 wellAll licenses are Issued from October 1, wrist sonal property acquired by gift. "-Life.Inrerferlnf .
b every Sunday at 2 n at
ld I p. ui on w e, .:J/Yi.bli.I service: every and any dealer In spirituous liquors whoIs Braces of ribbon finished with bowl
With Natural Selection. -9k-
Friday. at 10.. in SouthernRailway.
Br,. B. F HHOWH, Hector. not provided with a license for the and ends of the same where the braces For countless ages hand to hand com

t following year at that time Is subject to untie at the waist are effective and high bat has been the means of selecting the

,i. MKTIIOD19T CHURCH, the following penalty, which i III providedin ly fashionable trimming for Bummeicors most hardy and robust individuals to

et Services at Tltnvllle every flnt.noconcl and section 10 of the act of the Legislature IKON. Shoulder bows and long loopsare <
? third chonl I ftalihath at 111' o'elm I at'k II w a.in m.every and T Sunday p; m,, Kpworth Sunday: : "Any person or persons firm, or added. the magazine rifle and smokeless powder ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE

I I, I.MKUeat3p, m every Sunday; lraer nieetlng association, that shall sell or cause to be Round waist trimmed with bands oi will probably exercise a potent influence
1 o'ii>. k .every Thundajr night Th" pulillo are every sort coming from shoulder to belt, in the reverse! direction. Not only ia the
for sale spirituous
eorUUIly Invited to attend our Mr vice sold, or kept any THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM
blouses with drooping box plaited L smallest and most insignificant individ CARS,
8 W. LAWLER, Cantor vinous or malt liquors without first
fronts, full sleeves and expanded skirts ual now capable of inflicting as much
the license required In this act, COMPARTMENT OARS, DINING CARS,
i BAPTIST CHURCH are the features of most of the stylish injury upon the foe as the moet robust,

1 Preachingevery second and fourth Sunday' shall upon conviction, be fined In a sum summer gowns. but be offers a much smaller target to THOROUGHFARE COAOHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.

morning: and evening Mayer Meeting every not less than $500, and be imprisoned In The "new woman's" bonnet is "a, his adversary, and has therefore a better
:., .
TuMilay evening at 7 o cluck Sunday I S< hool. .
very Sunday at 9:45 w m *> .hlnIt the county Jail not less than six months.Sheriffs trifle light as air It is a crownless, chance of escape.-West minuter Review
ant Sunday at Ladranice I ooof.. n.f.::: Out and deputy sheriffs and collectors striugleas, brimless bit of French nothingness
lull All are cordially Invited to attend. ALL POINTS NAMED.
11. A. GC10EB lator and deputy collectors, and any police and lace, and yet it is gloriedin A Solomon.

raved over, paraded envied and sellsat Judge-Your age, miss
officer of any incorporated city or town North
wnd :mt. ..t
t # North: xa.d.AIL
"jiJ, CATHOLIC CHURCH. are authorized! and empowered, without anywhere from $7 to $35. Elderly Female-Thirty-two.

; Berlr at 10 In hall One has to guard against the Judge (to secretary)-Put down born .0. .. .. le. t
a. in every Sunday over warrant, to enter any building where tendency AU miNI' DAILY r.,; 4'i15; TRAINS DAILY. "
r Indian River State' llauk Children'scatechinm 1833.-Fliegende Blatter. .
such to overtrim which i* so very manifest t rwL. ace.-
shall have to
at I p.lu they cause suspect
RayJ.F.O'ROYLZ.Rectof. just now. The fashion is reprehensible L T. laokaMTille, F.C.*!.. T 00am JMkaoBTtlle, FC. A P.. 1'00
t # liquors are kept for sole, and to seize the Senor Dnpny de Lome, the new Span _: a 40 : : PID p =
the of Swan am Everett, Bouihen..
1 on score extravagance and is like ,
II I same and arrest the parties so engaged, ish minister to the United States, is a Columbia h, ._ U lmopm 10M= At l 4 Mmawttrsrntc rsrntc
wise objectionable) as tending to vulgar loathers.. .? 1 WT .. Awl, 1 Mmawtt
i Y. 1\1. C. A. of
shall be man distinguished of Ar Charlotte. .
and $100 of the fine so collected ostentation.-New York Post appearance ? t 10 m 00 am Chutsa t Wpnt
I The regular Sunday afternoon iiraver meeting to such officer for his services." medium height and about 45 years old. a.blugloaIlalNmon ..., e 42 am inpm Cta.a C.,.,.... a }
t Ii I of the V. M C. A. will be held ev..ry Sunday paid He baa Finn K.B .... 106am 11 3 pm '.
+ piercing black eye and wears a fclad! {inta, Ar MrnlaghaB, Sonthiro I1011,0w.
afternoon at 4vpp m at the lre> >yteriauhurcb Under the old law the fine was not to 100 am "
New York ::
'. 'f 1t anti further notice The FUMlng Part. thin black pointed beard. 620 am

{.t t I L! ,f exceed making the the amount maximum of fine the$license..00. ,Under thus Fnddy-How did you like Hammer- Major O'Brien, who distinguished AalMTllla Southern.._ ...._....... t JO pm Ar" ICanaaa Memphis City, C. C.M" AB 1000pmtoop .,...

: I ton in "Julius Caraur" last night? himself during the civil war in America .
JUG iVILi(11N)1'ES..
:i ill :1 the law as It at present stands, the ralninuin Duddy-WEll}. I can't say that he was and who ia now living in London, ia For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Railway
fine Is $500 together with not less
I altogether satisfactory in the earlier about to try to revive the old earldomof
I 1 The Ocala respondent of the TI mew than six months In Jail as well, thus I scenes, but it was a real pleasure to see Clare. The title became extinct in System or Its connections.

a } Union write a lengthy story regarding making the penalty for any violation of I him die.-Boston Transcript.The 1864, upon the death of Richard Hobart W, A. TURK, c. A.
1 l1 the discovery in the Dig Cypress, near Fitzgibbon, the third earl BEN5COTER, S. H. HARDWICK,
the law both a fine and Imprisonment foreigners General Paae. Age*. Aaet Oen. Puce Agent. At*"/Oen'l P.... *'trt>
Lake Okechobee, of two magnificent Under the present law considerable children of a* a rule, WASHIN.TON.D.C. ATLANTa. *'

I I wild orange groves, heavily fruited. leniency has been extended to saloonkeepers 'use English in preference to the Ian- William Black made a failure of pore HNOXVIU.I.TMI1.
i 1 mage of their parents especially after trait painting before he took to litera-
We give below a lummary of the cir In their and : W. D. ALLEN
getting up petitions
they: begin to go to school ture.. The novelist ia now 64 years old.
eumatancea leading to the "llnj
the license but this will\
paying[ fee Between Florida
yachting, shooting and driving Passenger Agent
I Nearly everybody knows Frank J. be done under the law and The "Emerald Isle "
new as a aa applied he gets more outdoor enjoymentthan
1 Hlnson, of Altoona, one of the ploneeit consequence, saloon-keepers are already I to Ireland, were first used by Dr. Dren- file to the lot of moet men of let- 313 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

in the orange industry In those parts getting up their petition and making I nan in a poem entitled "Erin." ten. He ia an enthusiastic botanist. JIll r oath, IRP. _
lie Is a man of wonderful energy and '
reparation for taking out the new .. _
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did much to advance the property of Icense -- -

that part of Lake county. When the -
I Judge Christie, Solicitor for the trimnal -
freeze came he had a magnificent ..11I :- WE DELIVER
Court of Records stated that the
Small I
I Inrestmeots. .
teen-acre grove on the bt John river, .... ..!.. .!...
it law applies with equal force to clubs as
which he had created out of wild trees
r ;. In the hammock. liy the freeze he lout welt all open saloons, and that It will" be Returning J.'oerll.1II make man) rids but nowhere ran they wake ao much within a
'I enforced to the letter.-Citizen. I hurt time aa by successful |> ful.tlon in drain; Provisions Suk. A Piano
: 1,000 taxes of fruit on his grove. or OrganT

To say he felt deeply depressed I putting FOR EACH Dollar Invested can be made by our .
I "Uott made the fait horse, and it 1* $$10.o

it mildly. He remembered bow. no more a siu to ride behind a horse at Systematic Plan of SpeculationrlKinatwl .\ YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, il'

ever that when. a boy he heard a Seminole a fast gait than behind a steam engine," to: approval after a trial lo your own house No money required until. \.
All .
say that south of the Caloofcabatchle says the Rev IL M. Houghton of Brad Ii I I.a .cll..".>.u lest snnwsfulslcntaton.thai then. ( are tlmuMuiU|Cr.te'aaregularsystem.of men lu all pan uf the I'nltc
river, in what is known as the Dig ford ILRobert I i) saleoa..tic tradllg: i :ihnHinh. 1: i.r.b'make Uric autiHiiiU every tear. rauKivic frmu a our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for au iu trume"
t few tliumuiii I it llan f r the who or two hundred ifulUn nu to fHftuo
Cypress, were natural grove of wonderful J'* near approach to the two .li...,h.i or more It th KM who Intent a few thousand tu The Celebrated CONOVER. ,
It i i.alwi a tact that those who make the UripMl |ir ,Au from eoupsratively| small I ImrMtmnat The Renowned FISCHER. V
; growth, and the fait becoming minute mark last PIANOS.
S aeawa give rise to HI Isis plot are |MT HI> who I hoe awa> fruui Chicago mud Invent through broken who tburiHiitkly The Beautiful
apparent that the freeze of February 7, the expectation) of the possible attainment uDIIe..tallll.\* trading SCHUBERT.I I
of this t tur |,Ian dues out risk" the w hole amount Invented on any trade but cover both *lde., ao that And KINGSBURY.
I 1896, did not touch that part of the ultima Thule of h&rneea w seder. the market rises or fall it bring a steady |>r'rlt that pile UP rnormuotly lu a abort
state he made up bill mind to seek that peed before the close of the present year &JUle.Writ. Vocallon. Aeolion Farrand & Vote), CHICAGO COTTAGE
fur Convincing Proofs ala our Manual on aucrmifu *|>e pot and, if possible locate that grove Those who have seen Trevillain, Market Keiiurt, fall of uuncy-maklnK wlntcn ALL FREE. IHir Manual sapialas mar'"n
I Oi j. this spring state that he is mUntrfnlljr. Highest lefenaM In regard to uuriUuttinK and *uuve.*. Crass; and small '
of which! he heard Lie Seminole frieodpeak. even Fa farther inloraatga address Instruments, Music and Dook Write us; we will i Says
hw.Lcomer in stud condition than in I

So, In company with two young rooting form. He i* full 10 baud high THOMAS &. CO Bankers un Brokers
men, he tailed down to Fort Myer and on May 7 he weighed 1.1T8. pounds. Tho .A. :]3. CnulI)( ll O<>.,

I 1lerehe iough out >Ir. &SeiK4ftrr, a 241-242 Itialtu liuliditsCIIC.tiO; ILL \

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I Ip.


?. Taoe..7.O'Batas. n.oeee "ell,.... "a'''... -
And new about my father write the the Globe Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia

B. EVERETT & CO. Rev Retort Collyer D. D., iii The Li Olfmtle ....... Eatlag flu nat b PLANT SYSTEM.

dips' Home JunrtiaL I think it ill he Fond In Nicaragua

| + FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. + + was as good a smith as I have ever Carnivorous plants are certainly

known, a man who would forge no lie among the curiosities of the vegetable

Wholesale and Retail Dealer In in tron or tel, with soft, steadfast world. The poetiosl and religions Lin-

brown eyes, strong and sinewy arms to emits, who had oirnsion to study the fly

INDIAN RIVER labor and never sick a day I can remember catching penny found in his nntoninh- Jerfe'Ct: : Jassenger SeJvice.

always at his work until he ment, uo other name to bestow upon it I
H OYSTERS TURTLE & fell dead thirt =cable wily 'J'Jo..ins.
day with the hammer in than thin-Miruculnm natnrio (prodigyof

kie hand. Blacksmiths I think, are turn- nature). Since the illustrious Swedish, t

GAME ally silent men. The old Bowhers were, botanist, the mechanism of rarnivorotu

as I have heard who were of this craft, plants has been well studied and par Unexcelled Pullman Equipment. 4*

tels and Dealers Supplied silent men who left the pent up speech to ticularly by Dtkrwin, who has devoted to

their sons and grandaous. This was my these plants a remarkable work. Theyare
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Palm Beacb
West Fla
UICH HOUSE: father alas He was a silent man while usually of small dimensions and do

both father and mother were as free not attain the size of one described in
Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston.
I from contagious and infections as the the "Bolletino del Naturalist o

Professional Cards. sound oaks are and the stars, so that the M. Fablauo Carlo tells there of a gigantic Six hnrso-powrr' marisnnrMtnrrnnf weight.,TO-its..!\ I.'e II II to Montgomery. 2
1"1..1 rtais m'he
microbe-, when they came in the dread. carnivorous plant that has been

1,01 a. ROBBISS. WAtTIB 8. OKA BAM, ful form of fevers, found nothing in discovered on the shores of Lake Nicaragua and:\ Kwmitnli-al :Motor the foe inont Ijmnrhe l>rfert.* and Reliable yachts 11 II to Tifton

JoBBIXS A GRAHAM, them for prey by a naturalist named Dun tllU; In the .....k..t. sass tn start, runs until ntntiKHllth l ,
ran He discovered this curious plant in the very little attrntlnn also. tinlMers oflaunchrerump1
I | anil stationary motnn>.
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, Not Quit Right following manner' : Traveling{ with his liE".'. W. .":110\: ":, These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers -
I II No man is a hero to his valet and dog he heard the animal give vent to Hole Agent for ilirtaril and onng.l'0's.
II I FICI [loi'Bs:-From to 12 a. m.. perhaps to his baker. He lives of He advanced and found St. l.urle, Fla. I
I asTTUeVU 2 to 4 p10 no poet cries pain atalnRiip and prices on appliuation.:1laster'a to New York Washington Philadelphia, 3
in Putney, and almost every day he bis dog held by three blacksticky bands

I I : LE, Brevard Co., Florida walks a few' miles to Wimbledon and under which the skin was chafed till it __ ______ I Baltimore Nashville Louisville Cincinnati
In. Box Wk ,
i bled. These bands the branches of
goes to a cakeshop there where he boys were ,
111 practice In all the courts-state and fed Sale.U .
cakes to give to a little group of poor a new carnivorous plant which Dunstan St. Louis Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and
:: facilities for examining and perfect ,
I oriel children, who have learned to look forward calls the "land octopus The branches
\land titles. \ KRanil lijr virtue I of a decree of for,
!Money to Loan. to this frequent treat Some one are flexible, polished black without ciueureauleslel.wlugot..f the ClnnltTonrt Chattanooga.

, who knew the poet by sight said to the leaves, secreting' a vi-wous fluid and fur for Itretanl counts, mate of .'In.I,'... 1
noon the I.''h day of June, IXM/ In a certain
W. MORTON shopkeeper, "Do you know who this nished with a great number of suckers eau.. therein il<.I|x>u FORGE gentleman<< who buys so many cakes of by which they attach themselves to their ('nmpmiv l I. romi>lalnant and damn K.
1t..III.n.an ailinliiUtratiir nf the eotate of l.oul
JI. NOTARY PUBLIC, you is?" victims. It might almost be believed to IMii, lU-rranpd n al.. defendants. ; Iwlll hell '
"Oh he's a poor gentleman who ira't be au octopus transformed into a plant. at inilillo). outiTv In front of the court, hnnneil.mr r tr.
at Titus tile, ,Inrh, the !legal| hour of sale
i ;ilamood" .' Canaveral, '. FloiUU.: quite right in his heath He's alwaysbuying To extricate his dog Dunstan tried to iiMin the first Momlar In"Amcimt, iwn wing the

11 carefully executed.moitKageN cakes for the children. "-ChapAgulardl' cut the brunches, and mux-eeded, though 11th day of the ..mouth, to tin highest ami' lest !
e.tnveyancing .
hull 'hlerfur rn.li the following| ilei.iTll.eil litmlultiiaUHl
Book. not without difficulty, and after havinghis .
/ In the rouut) of llrevanl and mate oft'lorlda
rd. ; : Satisfaction, etc, hands<< severely injured by the tentacles tn-wlt:
blanks uu hand "olre. of the "land octopus. As may The soutlmeiit 'Iuarh'of....lInh OT; the south I n tew\
went quarter of tne nortlieam ipmrter themnitbeat
Afrnjori, bettor known M La Bia-: be realizedobservations under these conditions '|imrter of the northrat ipinrter

tardella had an incredibly high range were not convenient to make th. northra't.lIarter of II,, wntl.srt 'I"a".
,IXOli S. JONES: and the nortliKput iunrtrr| of the southiantiUHrter
of voice. Mozart heard her in 1770 and and the naturalist was able to get few | of MM-UOII H, township Sit, south of

expressed the greatest delight She sting facts concerning this odd plant. He range, 40 rant, containing 1".11Itl! acres

n ATTOKXEYATLAW.JITI B in altissimo with perfect ea.and proved the preseueeof numerous suckers, It. 1. (Ht'I.liKN.iliinsA : --f

V1LLE, BKEVARD CO.: FLA performed cadenzas deemed impossible and found that the fetid odor of theblack lI..h .mhuni,, Pper-tal MnntorAtt'ys 'rat,
for Julbsug2Notice ri'
Complainant. II9
for the human voice. During a great sticky fluid that covers the branches |

I "itntv Judge of Bicvard County. of her she the He --- i
part professional career received serves to attract prey to plant ,

about If;300 a night, a sum then also was able to note similarity of character of Atlachiiiont.

I i.\i'Ltirx, J. T. 8A.MIEU*, equal to about $2,500 in the money of with other carnivorous plant. r f -

Viury'AI'LDEX. our time. For instance, the "land octopus" abandons
In the Court of the State of
& SANDERS its after having sucked out the
A Clever Dean M \Jor. prey Florida" (n nixl for liievanl County: :

A decidedly unique variation of a nutritive elements. The natives of Cen- 1I111tI.d.I\I''I"'r.1I8.tI..tt 1I& The J all the
A T'fOnXEYS.A T-I.\, drum major's usual perforuiauce whenon tral America call this singular plant by Jo., IticoriMirateil.IMuhitirfK. 1'N,1'cl't'1'n1 I1)1, open year.
trill nrartlre I In all the Courts of the State the appropriate name of "the devil'i V Attachment.
: :
I Fl irlila. and the United States u .. review occurs in one of the French VS. f
|I' n ii.ix.aa TITTSVILLE! FLA. regiments of the line-or rather did oc noose -Purls Cotauos. lien V. CliMiientl.ilofemlantJTO
n..... V, dementi ilefeuclnut In above entltleil -
Money to Loan. 18 cur-for the colonel of that regiment
suit, soul all other lnti> .teil
hM: now put down his foot and issued a A MONSTER FACTORV.Go.nm.II' -*7110 are hereby notltlml that a Writ of AtX The Plant Line.

I positive fiat that bin subordinate shall Works Employ tarlniHMit has leer Issued a I-ralnnt I you and i iman.r Steamship
I TOME REYNOLDS, Clarrtte Seville ,', | attai bed to HKtlufy the d'le-
henceforward confine himself to ortho- : Itihhanl! :
; ;
i I U.OOO Women and Girls. of Hpencrr, llartlvtt A" ('o., In-
I dox tricks. coriiorateil, ainoiinting to Mnety-four dollar
One of the eights of Seville which no>
ATTORXEYATLAW.Hutchlnson The musical leader in question had tourist misses is the cigarette factory, ant Now thlrty-tbree iinlivs jon rent shall appear| In-fore the Court l\1 ()B4t luxurious ( oiiniMliip JSorviooin

at one period of liin life been a mountebank in which the employs lI'ar.Iy In said I'suit and iileail I : or.lrnor to the declaration

" Avenue, and evidently a good one for aft- 2,000wonteu government and girls. The showing ,sled Klorl.la herein, .1.1 at| the county Clerk's and olllce mate In, on Tltunvilltt the- f ill! Kout li(M.ii AVul ore. I

er practicing in secret a number of is looked Rule Day In Ortolwr, A l> Isle li'lnn the 7th
, ritusUlle about of visitors accordingly
FloiUla.fOWELL .
.y..f .101 month a default will Iw entered
times, he astonished the regiment drawnup upon as a regular source of income by against pica In dun I cournu and application willliemaileto Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa,
in review one dny,by suddenly throwing the and matroum After getting the Court fur final judgment:!: ; : and:I 2
porter Key West and Havana. .
TITUS, his stick high in air, catching it in in your |>n>|MYty will Iw solil to ,pay the ilebt.DateO .
permission to enter you are placed this 2'itli! day of June, A I' IKIO.
>,> ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. his mouth upon its descent and swallowing charge of a matron who shows you A. A. STEWART 1 Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile,, I

fully half of it Having accomplished through !her own department and then KoliMns Oral,.,,,. Clerk. ....

| Practice In State and Federal court Land this gastronomic diversion he passes you on to another, and so on, nn Att'ys for riitlutUTs. Heal County I
I Ito, a tpecUlty. Attorney for Hoard of stood for a moment while the spectators til your stock of pesetas and half pesetas, JulyOvt4 t I Court. ( U. W. \VREXX, Passenger Traffic Manager, H

|turn Cnmmlaiunenand0ounty Solicitor. gazed in awed amazement, and then disgorged put aside for fees is exhausted /Savannah, (la.The a
the half of the baton which he
ii ]c M. TITU8VILLE. FLA, These matrons accc.aupany the visitors,, l\llll"h'r'H" Sale.UXDEU .
had swallowed and continued his march --
not in order to prevent the girls from

down the line. flirting with them-nothing could dc

I.Attorney-at-Law Freeman Hall, Silas DeLand B. Wright: Fla. He repeated this trick a good many that-but to see that no tobacco pica- ;!:, ::'and and:by unle virtue Issuing of out a decree of the of Clrciilt I fore- &

times and the regiment was very proudof dura or cigarettes may disappear. Be- Court of llretanl county on the l.'th! day ol Florida (Central peninsular RailroadShort
& WRIOIIT June luau, In a rase therein depending| | wherein
fALL him, but it brought it such an unenviable fore entering each room a bell is rung Mary E. laddluunct.al.anuuu'dalunt.andWllfiauHMersodl'atlrriie! Ie I

reputation that the colonel finally to warn the girls who are in great dilt.habl11e : : Slyrr i : are defendants
INSURANCE AGENTS had to him. Now his performance I will sell at iiuhllo outcry In front of
stop on account of the sun, to put ot: the court hoinw doss at Tltusvllle, during time Line between Florida nil Northern Point
litusville Florida. is thoroughly conventional-Paris Let their wrappers and as the door opens legal hours i>l ale, iiHin| the ant :Monday In

Ucpresenting the "Old Hartford," ter. scores of round arms and pretty shoulders to August tlie: blithest, loot: IM-IIIK and Ix-st the bidder Mb lUy for of ash the, the month folliiwlnic -, Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ca., Columbia, Washington Bal.

.iverpool & London & Globe, and all the are seen disappearing while several ilvMTllwd. land sltuatHil In the County ofHrevard

lading,: companies. Are prepared to The Big Sandy river in Kentucky was hundred pairs of coal black eyes are and mate at a of cabbage Kbirlda true towltCiiminenrluK on the: hank of timore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East.

rite lines up to $20,000 in any part ol so called on account of its sand bars. The fastened on yon the Indian Klver fifty yards south ..f. ditch en-

l revard county. Indian name Chatteroi has a similar The passages are lined with cradles,, terhngtheriver. at a |place due known as John T.Feaaor'a Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga: Nashville, IxxiUvllle, Cincinnati, I I
landing, theme I went VH yarils.thence
meaning. One tribe called it We-pe-po- and the young girl mothers to whom south I 111, yards to the land now ownedby t and Chicago:

;Iloi ASB BAY DADE COUXTV.I co-ne- e-pe-we, another the Si-ke-a-ce- they belong implore you with ryes and! I.aao .;. llrown. and I). W. Tuttle Tuttle thanes Everett, Birmingham, Holly[ Springs, Memphis, Little Hock, Knumm City: St./
east along the line of said llrown and tu
I W. E\VAX, pe. or "Salt river. hands for a penny for the Mnrillos ol Indian Klvvr: thence. northerly. along the rlveito Louis, Chicago: Sioux City.

I. U. S. COMMISSIONER. the future lying in them. These girl the plane of commencement' containing River\ Junction, renHnniU, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, California
twelve acres, u.r I...., and '",*I ilK the sawn andtliel'acificCoast: KffrctlMi N lH n.
Notary Public State at Large. What can be more foolish than to are more frank than subtle in their flirtations. 'land deeded. to Illlam II. Myers hy Edward I'. July ,

think all this rare fabric of heaven and There is not one in the crowd Vi llliur and wife l>y u... d. recorded. In Rued L, on New Turk 1.1",11..1 and New Turk Fant,
Lands Selected Conveyances made. |''ite IM of llrevanl County lKt>d H won"Is: said t 'eveee ....... .
; when all Mall J..k..m. 7'MI, and me.
earth could come by chance who will not be immediately conscious t'em. ,0111. a. III.
land of tatone, section
Mt.g a part 3J, township
"> ,.
rre8x nlence ,
solicited. Address: ,, I' u dally with 1'hr"lIlh 1'ulhlla SleelN'n. for
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut: : Grove the skill of art is not able to make an of a man's gaze fixed on her nor will XI, south of range 3R east a v.. Everett: Havannah. Coluu.lila, Washington, Hatt.I .
\yster-Jeremy Taylor. she be the first to turn her eyes away. 1) L. lAl'LJiEN! tluore rhllaiMphla,, Nework.. llonton and all,
Office Landing. llolililna A: flraham, Piwclal Master. haste ,...1111.. ArriresJackwnrilielodea.e UK
Some will wink and even throw a kisi C. and .U:40 1,. in.Compartment.
Just What Needed from distant corner at the rich Ingles* AU',. for Complainant. July .uJ2o s.-._ I Cars between Pt. Aiifrnstlne and
w was- Nework.. l>lnliicars to and fromVashLng..
QEOUGE W. ALLEY, -all foreigners. are supposed to be .. ton.

Exclaims thousands of people who wealthy Englishmen. '0' ha'se

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at this They are a merry lot on the whole,, ... f Only I.I no Through the ItcButlful Hill

season of the year, and who have noted these poor girls the quickest of whom e ,,' Country; of Mlilill !'lorliU. Pensacola. and
f' o x-KioolM ll ave Jacksonville tt fiu a. m.w0' .
Ke) \\ elt. Florida. the success of the medicine In giving make only 2 shillings a day, for which In 0 .for iakecay, fJve Oak Madlnon, Montlnello.
them relief from that tired feeling, they have to toil 10 to 12 hours. They ,,,y t / |'.II.h......., Klver Junction I',,uiui...IIO. Molnle.
nil practice In the United State I waning appetite and state of extreme 7.ewlirleaneandthe southwest, Mexico Call-
allowed to smoke if they wish and '
are farnigandthel'm'Inn C iaat. Carries 1I1"1JtI.
err ,/
and 1 State Courts. 9jun9J:!I exhaustion after the close confinementof they make use of this privilege. The ?. .4 Arrives J*..kson ville T;: ".. ill. I
the time
winter season busy
a long ,
attendant upon a large and pressing business are remarkably deft at rolling the cigarettes Poor w \\1' leaves Jwksonvllle: a. m. for Marks,Haw

DR. a L. WILLS during the spring months and with but not all seem eager to make ai : 'di r o w f11 thonNSilverS.ringlk'al.u\ | llainesvllle, ledar
\ key, WlldwiNMl, Uwnlinrg I : Tavares, Aoviika,
weeks distant for idling
as possible, some are .
vacation time yet some many f
Orlando, ljuiNH-hee, IMkile It Is then that the building-up powers and others are asleep but no one cares ; e. Tampa., Arrive Jacksonville 3:49 p. tu.

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, of Hood's Sarsaparilla are fully appreciated. as each one is paid according to the : .r v : .
It seems perfectly adapted to over Healthmeans \ l'Inrlanatland Florida: IJmltil, l.ea.. Jark-"
HTrsVlLLE number she twists up, aided only by apiece f .
FLORIDA Y I 'Jf I fJ 0 wuvllleeliii i. m. Hollil\estlliulaTra.hs.' TlaMa
come that prostration by changeof of specially made cartridge paper ,II' : tr,, little over M hours to Cincinnati, via Macon,
OrncB::Hutchlnson Avenue, neal season, climate or life, and while It and small tin affair her little + i Atlanta "'hattana (a. Connects for Nanlivllle.Ijmlsvllle
on finger
the Indian River tones and sustains the system, It purl- a ''I 1r Chicago and all ixilnts .,,"11 andrldafLe
than TNe
hoteL lies and vitalizes the blood. PitUbnrg Dispatch. so much more 1nII.1o 4' ....1. Arrive Jaiksouvllle IO'ltl.. ...

you imagine-serious and nMatua" (f : Holly Hprlnga Ilonle. HI. I>mls. eananCI:
Tvuspe M4 Tb*i. Be>bUa. (
JOBS ASPIXWALL, Notice. Enllb fatal diseases result from -... _. ee a ,4. ,ran Chicago. Irrr. Jacksonville; sift p. ni. vU
I On arriving at York we went at woe Miuun, Atlanta, lllrmlngtuuii. Holly Springs,

to Warmgate, the kiphous district and trifling ailments neglected.Don't >lewphls, Hiirlugtlelil: Kaiisaa City HI. IjMila, Chicago Hlous City. Through Hleeiwrs without

REAL ESTATE & IXSURANCE.il In the Circuit: Court Florida In and for Brevard picked out the filthiest one we coo Id find. play with Nature's JjMk change: *..nvlll to,Kaunas h, lO-Sla., City um.I .sad Ht. Lml., and only OIK change to Chicago and Slag City Arrive

County, State of : in .. Tallahassee and InterineillaU iMilnta. Arrive Jacksonville into .
The inmates were principally pain. > F. M. -l-ocal. for p.m.W..VII
-Is CUANCEUT. greatest gift-health. *. M..:r or Tampa: ami Intertiwillal* (HilnM. fullntan aleewrs. Arrive Jawksonvillef JO a m.
1 OALLIE, FLORIDA,, Each moocher had his July (wife), and For Hoiulnrsonvllle, Sl|HrUnliurK.... lisvllle. 'leave Jacksonville.. dally M lat: p. m., with
D. B. Matbeeon, I 11yos an/-
each little kid bad his little Moll (sister .nti Thr.oghurSespen.. .
Y8. I{ Bill for DlTorce. oil ol sorts .. Jacksonville and I PnllinaapasoeiiKers
F two Train. .11, IMVS I;JO a. a. :dO p. n.
\\". CRAVEN Eva O. Matheson. ) ). These children are the very offspring sad generally, ea to Atlanta using the Holly Hprlngs sle*|>ers can rainala In bleu berths until I:M) a. m.I'ullinan .
p. appearing by the affidavit of Defendant: of the road, and they remind IIUI"er1 Brown's .hassled. nervous, Hleejrs on all Mghl Train.
IT kav no appetite
In the above caune,that the
DENTIST, LvaO. Matbeeon U a noo-noidjmt of the much of monkeys Yet one ha k sad cant work, fr Send for Host laileied Township Map of Klorlila to
BUM of Florida and over tbe age of twenty-one feel sorry for them since they did not( / begin at once lak A. O. MAtDOXKLL
TITCIVIU.E and thaI the said defMiilaat r..l..... In the leg Ikenwetrella'ble N. S. I'EXXIXOTOX, ,
:, FLORIDA. ask for life and yet are compelled to see! .nllll..I.
flty State of Michigan and that ":
of Detroit
.ftce! and there U no pence IB time State of Florida tbe its meanest and dirtiest tide. Their moth I 1 n medidne.whkb: TraBio Manager. General: Passenger Ag't.

rooms In Ray building, up service of a subixBua upon whom would bind en love them when they are not drunk 1'flltp''aA few Iron bot.fcil-
defendant II is. therefore, or :
said "
tbe a" ..
tairs, Washington their fathers have U tie caiebeneilcoase -
be when
avenue. -
defendant Kva U. Matbeeon re and they are -
__ :quiiredso:: : and tbe (row ItsveryarN
answer complainant's
appear play mothers il they are not drunthemselves k! Bitters doee-it
on or before tbe 1Mb day
till of complaint
John B. Stetson of said UP". 1K)6,or the said bill will be taken a. Never in my life have I SWtf'lMir
UniYersitYJ Itttk, sad It's
oonfecaed and tbe complainant be allowed '.1 seen a more serio comic situation than pleasant to lake.
with bis said cause.
uMiceed si parts of this order in that York kipboune, where two tram pI
I>eLan(l, Florida..J It Is further ordered that copy
I* published once each week for four consecutlre I were rocking their babies to sleep It Cures
.....lut.tb. IXDIAB KIVEB Aova Ara. a
In said county.W Vouchers-bohemlans of the bohemian
1 i4uo Uot1a, A"Setr. Collep. Normal Reboot newspaper"tD_. publUbed the Honorable John 1). Became, I fondling their babies! I should fathobo OJ.pep.la. KUo.jr and Liver
..., aDd Conlle.ntory 01 A. Bte art, WALTON RAPID CALKING
well A.
ae I THE
A. Judge of said <0mm< as MACHINE
; teal-ben.InalitutbM of ant raok. Faculty clerk. thereof, and: the teal of said court, : time sootier have looked for a New York Neuralgia, Trouble.,

"-:1 1Jywat sera.'- elegant budding.O' eon hour In Tltu.vllle. this the Mb day ofe.l in clergyman' robe. But tramping Constipation: B4 Blood
'J "' ermlai ... Ttoroughlyt'te.uipp 01 uly. AD1.96. with children and babies U a fad in
'I mna.um.: A. A. STEWART, Malaria Nervous MmcoU Patented la the United States Great Britain and Canada.in .
of 'by.lw Cu1Lan
uPoallitaryphlp be young torn. Library Csulden: 8&a",," (term Circuit Court English ngaboodage.-JOIIiah Flynt Womea'c eompUlnU.Cd .
\"III, keadmg mom. with all Ieaai.4r" I"alIal June Century. Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.
,, ', b and dally and weekly. i Soda, for (0..1'1. t Court Id I only Ike' enslae-It ha crossed red.
Circmt .
I line AU Mb abMinus. ,
: gbly ..lul..1 Juiylaaues on eke wrapper. r* aie
,, : ) ebe..Ical and .
p y.to
On two ac. we
a, -.J* .1* b" Wl". f.or Miuto & Guinea wa named from a west African aend rll:1aI BMnUfnl stamps Ww..'.
will act
': ',. ::+ :ith"""">"st"I* term f established open. Hecenilie repUU Poultry that la scalded will not keep word meaning "abounding ingoU. Fair View ',.*. TITUbVILI.K, r.o lpINDIAN ,

.:. ; :Semi:fan eata1utrue. Klvtiig .all ....01'. as long as will poultry that has been ROWM CHEMICAL co. IALTIMORI"o.
- -
JOHN r.KORBEa, President. dry pkked.


I .1trT: "

4 [ & $&i 1 & INDIAN RIVER ADVOCAtE, JlllY 26, 1895.

-t IHDIAH RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- ed by those who know him best, EMMA KAMCS ON PIUMA the beehive there are drones; In the JAMES PB.TCHABP, Preside 1P, M. Baowty; W., Cashier B, BARRET, ?, Vice.rmden,

and it is the New York Tribune, a DONNAS. barnyard we see the sprightly bantom

rapid republican sheet published which will chase a less courageous cock

i A wtetLF OP..JfT lOU.UL or TN'! ImUII O'TOT'O! .1"111 TO tae, L..Aftsoots ntvti 4 some fifteen hundred miles away "(low to become a prima donna r' five times his weight, and make It run INDIAN RIVER STATE BA NIA

"liD 1l11OC"1I1 naveacrwrme.I from his home, that wants to paint was the question asked of Emma lameR for Its life. Look at the types of dog

I his character.Mr. by a writer In Frank Leslie's Popular and their varied characteristics-the ter. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida )

Browne, In our opinion, has Monthly She replied i tier and the deep mastiff Take the Authorized

i Ell tor.................... W"LT*. fl, fltAalai made a mistake In taking the matter "A prima donna I III a combination, 8 hone-one will be as kind and gentle aa capital, $;iooootl'

i to heart and calling his. composite of material and, spiritual wo- possible another so vicious he would Paid up capital, $25
AMoclate-Edltor: Manager, CHAS H WALTOX upon man. You can't be a prima donna be ,(>

friends to vouch for his character.No cause you are beautiful, or because you take a pound of flesh from your anatomy Average deposits, $30oiooc, |

"ire,; such course i is necessary. We can sing, or because you can act, or be as eagerly and with less ceremony than 1
'tl.f,;i Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvil'e! Floridians know him well enoughwe cause any one of these gifts Is pcrfec t Shylock. One needs the whip at short -- Transacts
y I Indian fiver Florida alone. Women, I think are essentially walk a General
; e want no aid from the New Intervals to go at even a decent BaolioE
the spirits of earth. The things they din
( ; : York Tribune to estimate him at the world are by Inspiration! by In- another will run at break-neck speed until Business

L PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. his true worth. lie is a lawyer tuition-tiiat Is all. When I was ten be drops with no urging, save a wordor

and a good one. lie should quietly years old I felt I was going to be some two from his rider. r Largest and Oldest! Bank jJf
,, thln ." on tie
chuckle and draw the papers for a This Is Indeed! an Interesting subject, |
i Check,etc.,may l he made payable to "Grabst m "What were the words-what did! i It
f J .'11: Walton"' publishers. and roprletori. libel suit, fixing the damages at a say ?" asked the Interviewer. Her far but we have said enough to start a train ninl:('vnns

." \ 11" good round sum, and have some was "desperately eirnent" as she replied of thought In your own minds Ponder ": JAerRITPnARmr R aANmRn /,,,"

fun with the Tribune. (.f course, : "Can I tell yon or any one. over It for yourselves-you who can 1( a. the National(Mcel'reKlilintat Hank .f Urk ,mill ?,
; ; I Address all cominunlratlonn to %li what the language of a child's' soul is1' : 'n,' 1 i
I < IToprleto. he could hardly win the case, because / think. ,. r Tackaoinlile) 8. (iaeNAN ,BY
.., Even now, can I describe the Intuition II II RUWJf, I
,. I it would be difficult to prove that prompts me to say what I am saying ('ORRE-rOJlIfXT'.
4 ) \ rmVHAM WALTOX, any damages. The Tribune l is to you f What I la it, this silent I language ; PUT YOUR OKAXGi: Tnl:I:SIX ... '- ,, -; Seaboard' National Hank ,,i Ce '" ;

I I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, powerless to damage him or any within that drives us on to dcstlnies AIM:. National Bank nf.'"cke...'\111.EAST .
,I Ii'' I other Floridian democrat as goodas that me great or small It Is that T1'1" 1..TS'rIT.T: : .,]i. 1'1.A: .
.. TlTCSVIttr, FUEIDA little bit of God, that divine cwtcnce,
.1 I he, in the estimation of his fellow that the world cannot reach to kill In us The orange growers of Florid. hat
citizens: Look at it In all aitUts; what can destroy of lifetime to
I now the opportunity a
I Till: Key West Advertiser recently their temperament which Is the COAST LINE-* .
Into correct
their trees )
bring proportions
secret of their work It Is the
I //1' q{, Issued a "Womans Edition: WE STILL HAVE FAITH. with a painter, a writer. Their live by pruning not with the knife, the

which is not only a credit to the may get twisted, through worldly <'licuniHtanccs "- ax, the saw, or the shears, but with the /' Land Department

proprietors of that journal but to but the gift Is always there; thumb-mil. An Italian orange grower
t the city of Key West. The "U'o- The opponents of a shell road in the power to feel, the spirit that bear
never lifts an iron tool against his tree offers FOR SALE LANDS f fll'i
J them up above the I'ellt. it ls always This Company Adapted '
t mane Edition": {is profusely illustrated the district of the
111',1 orange county there; It must be there before they are until he U ready to cut them down fogood
with scenes in and about have presented to the Commissioners "
County Fruit and
\ great. The sphel'Zeal shape is his Idealof *i Growing Trucking]
the Island and will attract
City, a a petition signed Lr \
We clip the above from the Literary a head for an orange tree and constint
good deal of attention to the place. something over one hundred voters
; Digest; snipping with the thumb and ALONG ITS LINE OF ROADS.
i Editor Ball, of the Key West Ad. praying that the calling of an election
: In the above paragraph Miss Eame fingers through the growing season en jy Special terms to actual settlers. For further particulars, addressJAS
j t vcrtiser, i is to be congratulated on and the issuing of bonds be
has only voiced a truth which almost abler him to realize this Ideal without
.! j'; his enterprise in the matter, and deferred until the county is in a E. INGRAHAM Land C:oronmsionu 1
everybody who can feel has realized I In the loss of vital energy which we Americana -

I I, 'f i: the should business show their men appreciation of Key West of better The financial petition contains condition the names their Inmost thoughts, though they may, Indict upon our trees by cutting of J., St. A. & I. II. R'y, ST. AUGUSTINE:. FI .\.

I never have given It voice or put It Into the greater and smaller blanches. The
his efforts by increasing their pat. of men for whose judgment and
print. soil\ of Italy his been cultivated for
I ronage which he and his paper good business sense we have pro- Ian' Is' fearfully and wonderfully! and the can THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA
: 2,000 years orange grower CAM
; certainly merit. We regret our found respect ; but they live in the
: made," and what a difference there is I In not afford to waste any of the tree's ,
space will not permit us to reproduce district which has lost most by the
": J. I in our columns some of misfortune of last winter and do the various types and grades of humanity vitality by amputating, In our savage Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread
I Some almost all western limbs tint have bee
,,1 I are soul; that way, large
the class take the
I many high articles with not seem to hopeful view
Is, the divine their allowed to too high or too wide or
+ essence permeates grow
1 which the "Womans Edition" is of the county's resources and prospects -
1 I whole being, and guides their every acton I crlss-cioHS. Every week or oftener be
filled. which elsewhere
prevails At
) g the of life while the other his his and
f. t Titusville, and from Eau Gallic stage at surveys trees casting eye up
extreme there those who down and around them to determine '
are seem entirely h
south and in fact
in district
: ,
II ; f A FALSE REPORT where there is a bouyant every and destitute of a soul, mere animils, where an offending; twig needs excision

it hopeful feeling the blow struck by worse than that, we might say, for the to preserve the spherical form of the

; '.' A few days ago the Jacksonville Jack Frost has simply aroused the lark and nightingale pour out purest head. Not more than a few Inches, per.

,I i papers contained a report of how spirit of the people and made them notes of joy and melody, full of feeling, I haps even less, does he allow It to continue -

., \\I f the negroes of certain Middle anxious to "hit back." They are while there are mortals whom music In its tendency to become eccentric.

t I'f"" Florida counties were being terrorized not ready to confess that the county never thrills, whose hearts know naught While our trees must be .allowed t to -y -

'1 by bodies of reckless white has received more than a tem of pathos or sympathy, for whom the acquire height they should be beaded 5-

1 I : i men, of how their religious meet set-back and beautiful landscapes of nature has no back frequently by pinching In order to
s 'f't ings were invaded by armed white demonstrate their faith proposeto Inaugurating charm, who turn from the face of a make them grow stocky as well. A FOR SALE BY -
b' i' rowdies who broke up the assemblages its development throughthe chubby Infant, dimpled with its Innocent stilted orange tree is a pathetic spectacle EDWARD:: SSTI3L.I3NTC3-: : 1

I f and warned the colored means that has proved successful smile, all unconscious that they It Is rendered defenceless against the The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer.

E bishop to leave the neighborhood have gazed upon the nearest glimpse of blizzard. True, the stilted and the low
wherever tried-the building COCOA :Jn.c1.1.nn.: : Rivor FLORIDAASPHALT
;11.J These reports were no doubt disseminated of good roads. Their motto III : heaven we ever behold on earth. Such were cut down together; by the cold of ,

,f i all over the country by "Good roads, civilization ; no people are mere manikins-clay figure last winter, but for all ordinary snaps

a : l the associated press but a day or roads barbarism. endowed with motion. the tree that branches to the ground hi
'IJ I 1 : two later a complete denial of the Then again there are those unfathom- a great advantage. Let us hope that ROOF PAINTS
We advocate good roads becausewe \ *
"" existence of such a state of affairs able types of human nature of the Dr. the long-legged; fashion In orange tree
believe there is better
conies from sources which are entirely no wayto Jekel and Mr. Hyde order-a mixture of passed away with the blizzard of 180); .
1 Induce immigration and
reliable. pro the good and bad exti'ernes. One aide never to return.-Citizen. Ground in Pure

.,, The Rev. I). W. Gillespie, (col.,) mote the development of the coun of their nature endowed with the powerto Agents Wanted.and .
011 Red Brown and
because half
of Jacksonville, who was ,charged of ty.the oppose delay of the feel, and when It has control their! Keep Cool, Brothers. Write for Sample,

with sending out the original re- money crop county hearts are full of glorious thoughts; highestGrade

I'' port, and who, it was claimed was the being lost for the next either year or two they are thrilled by music's charms; enraptured While the ADVOCATE staff Is doing its Black Prlces-
people must find
driven out of Taylor county was for their, surplus lands customers In contemplating the beauties best to keep cool and collected duringthe Asphaltum. Catalogue. Etc

interviewed by a Citizen reporteron into debt. Those or ,of nature; their tears fall In sympathy; summer, the Jacksonville Metropolis
his return to Jacksonville andsa's debt go sell already with the afflicted, and In purest Ian and West Palm Beach Sun editorsare FOE PAINTING: :

there was no foundation for must some of their surplus .0'11",_...era._., urlitfli.. '""0_ n_!0 tliA 0___ rimes om__ fit__ fnrflnna__'_.__ I.,Q trying to make each other hot with

al the report, and that he is at a loss lands The within disbursement the next of three sincere, will stir up those with whom the pen, which is "mightier than time TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Rail
to know how it originated or how years. they come In contact to a nobler life. sword." ,

I It. he could t have been connected with one dollars hundred among and our fifty people thousand within Hut lot a transformation comes-the "We really Monday's feel sorry Metropolis for the says Wes: road Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences andIron
I ,
it. lie further said he had never other side of their nature. The dual
Palm Beach Sun editor who has this ]tot
the next will the absolute .
m been In Taylor in his life year, prevent soul which seems to have Its
j, county dearth of in circulation periods of weather worked himself up Into a whit Work of every Kind.
E money
and that as far as lIe knew there ascendency comes to the surface, and heat' because the believes

I'r M. ,:!. had,been no trouble in that portion will not that be now increased threatens. The taxes the the human being made in the Image of M. Flagler has done Metropolis more In development n. Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Read
; of the Ute. We trust this undisputed God becomes a fiend ready for diabolical
rate at which they were assessed of the Lake Worth section than the Roofing, and all kinds of
1. denial of the outrages deeds, for foul murder, or crimes of horrible aforesaid and
l when egotistical much worried .
we were paying for the :ISoofirigf L
will receive the Supplies
same publicity jail and we the depravity. Oscar Wilde Is a reoeni editor. How silly to covet and to rant FROM
county regard
given to the false which assertion and notable instance of that
I report, that the addition of a few peculiar over the praise which another is entitledto. The Armitage Manuf'g Co"Manufacturei'll ,
was certainly calculated to injure type of a human being, possessed of
a Mr.
: Flagler Is doing for
dollars more today
to man's \
a taxes 11'11ruin of
Florida. Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
double nature-of two souls-one angelic the
East Coast
ft him, as the veriest nonsense..Economy section-building fine
3200 to 3300
the other dl.iWical. Willlani'iburgAte. Va.
in a few luxuries, such houses, paying more taxes, furnishingmore ,

,i ,:j : HON. JEFF BROWNE, OF KEY as tobacco and like vices 11'11en.\ Emma Eames has struck a vein upon work and Increasing values faster -- - -- --- .
-- ----
which volumes might be written, and
.' WEST.j.t able the poorest tax payer to meet -than the Sun editor or a dozen such
his increased tax bill\ the subject Is highly Interesting, but men, yet this puny Sun editor does not
} mortal man will never solve the problem. Merchant'sMetal
jt i i The New York Tribune in an One more word to those who oppose The scientist with his see the use of praising such men as
may lagler, Disston Plant and Stetson, who
editorial of some length, hall made good road Since we have "
examine the brain tissue and the blood
;,1,Ht II this come to Florida and expend their mil x "Spanish"
: a very savage attack upon Hon. agitated question a few subscribers In patient investigation, for years to
ions What a covetous soul he
; Jefferson iirowjie have threatened must posess. '
collector of tEe to dropus come, but he will\ ) never be able to isolate
Will the
I of and has Beach Gazetteer -#} TILES. *
k 11 port Key West. It speaks of one patron suggested this "essence1" which gives character to
'1 him as one of Air. "Cle\eland's that lie mould be too poor to continue the Individual inform us what Mr. Flagler has don We have three aW"

pets" and says "he has been guilt his. advertisement should the There is a difference between the to offend its neighbor? How hard the SUM lop Straight Burf.M+

1' of bribery for votes, and worse bond movement succeed. These whose Vest Palm Beach Sun labors to make VU m T slO, bill, th"
buoyant ambition knows
't than all that, he required his. subordinates friends misunderstand us. Our bounds who heeds no people believe It I I. some pumpkins, but + A.well M a Scl for rnm f ra.l....-
not the buffets of It will ) ittrd TILLSurface
prove a failure In this respect as i it 1 .
I to play a game called policy upon a public question will misfortune who never knew such wordas *
a -I 1 poker with him for and not be Influenced by withdrawal ball to make people believe it has done
i money, fail t, and he who bewails his fate and
.t J that he alwoct always won from of patronage for our sole object succumbs to slight obstacles which this more for the "Lake Worth section than The most Ornamental

1 : them." is to do the best we can for the dull IL M. Flagler. V Roof made and tblJl"
sense seem Insurmountable. ,
.j This. latter charge embraces not benefit of Hrerard county: by inducing Look at our self-made men, and you can oughly storm-proot

only gambling with helpless \k-- settler to come to the East realize the truth of what Emma Eamcs Will They Gd Water? The "STAR" Ventilator.

time, but insinuates tbatIr.. Coast. has said. What was It that buoyed up Galvanised Iron, Vti guarantee "ALASKA1"MERCHANT'S

Brown may hate been guilty or We are just as honest and unselfish such men as Lincoln Garfield, and a The Key West Advertiser saysVe: Copper or limn. all our high I
winning in unfair I learn with regret that the Virginia Paving I grade ]>lates tobe
an manner- in our advocacy of this. I score of others who overcame every obstacle Absolutely the best Orua- made by the

"almost always won," movement, as some are in their opposition I and carved their svaraes on the and Construction company have mental, Durable Storm Palm, Oil ROOFING,"

1 I j It is not surprising that a radio to it. Sine the ADVOCATE topuHwt I sections of the column of fame notified the City Commissioners that Flout lrucess

/ cal republican, Journal of New has been published its chief object What is it that makes a delicate woman they understood that they were to bore I I frevenu down draughts Uncorporated.)

York city should! attack any dewo.'I has been to promote the develop. with buff a dozen_ rhll.lren__ Ll care_ lop only 2OnO feet as instructed In writing MERCHANT & CO.
p pn n m n. 517 PhUadeIpliIaPa.J
I crane omce iiouier, but we mink it went and prosperity of tins. section sod nurture, perform her manifold b y Consulting Engineer Greaves, and I Arch St.,

overstepped itself when it reaches That it has contributed in some household duties with a light heart, findIng .I claim that they have completed theirontract
4 -
1 out to the uttermost southern point measure to this. end, will be ac time for charity and social pleasures, On the other band, the comnUiiiouers -- --.- --- -- --
of the nation to find a target for knowledged. But settlers will claim that the contract calls Established teas -
not ever buoyant, never bemoaning her fate, I JAS Y BOFILL & CO
its barbed missies for boring till fresh water Is found ,
We think Mr. seek nor capital invest, In a country while her next door neighbor without to

"1 Browne is well enough known that has been "knocked out." any of the cares of a mother, finds life a 1 the satisfaction of the city engineer, or L. BARBOT & CO. I Fruit and Produce

among hi. own people to be able to The ADVOCATE believe. that Ilre- burden and never knows an hour of !hap until instructed in writing by the waterworks ,

( stand the Tribune's assault. He yard county is still in the ring" pine*., everything to her U gloomy and commission to ceawj" boring./ General Commission Commission Merchants,

"' was president of our state senate and that it offers inducements to Irksome These comparison might INS .

I not 10 very long ago, and before settlers and investors not surpassed drawn heirs 3 P O. Bos loaD.IlEFERIXCE8Hao.i. ----- '"
I to Ynlt
out indefinitely, but it Is unneoek > a litate.E. q :; ::! "
that was major of his. own city. in the long run, by the reader a q o I.t !: ea& Lang I.Q m bMo. ,
any 4ry- grasps ear thought !! :J ve Q" tiiuiih.CurdesA (:0.. ( ins .
lie is a lawyer who ranks high in other section If the .... Q" rn a ,. :' sens1 i Hank of 'WCIII'c''
opponentsof What is It in the nature of OM which H. Forsytb, cashier of the .ou =- ;; Louisiana.' Y k
j I' his profession, and had the en- good roads shall prevail will lacking: in the other; that one cn feel l. National Dank of Greennburg, lad, and a; co .a H =- p, u W' (Ranking'Sty.I J. C Ass. KiuUhilo.'n. John U.,. Bt Lumedea., Luois: Mo19tenoeEs.lelneeGa.R.M.olauer NA .

I j ,J tlorsement of fifteen out of the six. they advance some other plan for tUnk live and exist : ; M'is. ,
and the other at. Mrs
I O. P. Robertson wife of a farmer ..Fla., rrultau.l; ITuduie, Trade l"-c< JCvtuiuereial
: 1 teen members of the State Executive attracting settlers and investors rat Inanimate, a burden to Wm.IM..nd near Adams, are direct descendants of NEW ORLEANS Agencies

t i j committee for the collector. or are they content to continue to his oMfhbor, f Lord Antrim, and heirs to his vast LA New Roe, 349-331 I'ojrdras StrerlNew

r., i .*hlp ; In other words, he is respect progress backwards ? Take even the animal kingdom, ; In tate in Ireland, valued at ntooo.ooo.R t. E FtIUJ: ifEt I C Mrtwtwl/laa'lOaal Ra.k Bank Orleans 1KfLHwral -:*,

1 I Cosmertiar A&- Advances mad on ConiliT' '

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Awarded were found on this beach a few months still at work at Horse creek. prises of various kinds, at the head of I

Fair. ago. An Illustration of the Ilu'1111'111 be which he 1 pretends to be, would furnish j
Lest Honors-World' Mr. Peter Carroll of the J., St. A. COCOA ICE WORKS
found In Webster's suffUlent data for ""vt'ral.olllmn of 1
dictionary under
-DR; I. 11. U'y, 1II'Rliin town lust week and his very Interesting and humorous rtiding. ,
name "Argonata and described!
as follows old frl'D.11I1'e glad! to see him. Ills latest: and most brilliant projects
: "A genus of Moluokl, of the class 'I'he"Ictorla Savings F1.or1da.
are: Co-operation Ooootv
Mrs W. M. and little of ,
Lourcey son,
i Cephalapoda; the shell\ goes by the name I Association of Louisallle, Ky.; the Indian

of the paper nautilus; the aplmal has New Smyrna, paid a two 11\11': visit to River Pineapple Investment Associa NOW XN OrE .A.TXON.
tier huxhand last. week. Mr. Umrrey Is tionofMellauinehis.: : the SwectwaterItuilding
some resemblance to a cuttle fish and located here in the wholesale: null busi Lot AssorUrlon of Sweetwater.Fla. G. G. KIM *, lIVC! 13'll.
has eight arms." Alf. Sharp has a .; the (.oorjjl.i: 'rllit-Urowlnl anal

couple of perfect specimens of the shell\ ness.The Winery Association\ of Tallapoosa Ua; Manufacturer -
Misses Gonde and Mr. A. Guode, and the Sniumervllle Poultry Company
CREAM at the hotel. Very few rare shell\ be-
are of 81111I1111'1111",8. C." IOE & DIs:eILI ] ]) WATER
ing washed up of late, and Mrs. Hem- of Melbourne, visited Eau Gillie one ..
day I""tt''k, Mr. W. II. II. dlonson WheaU-i-oft spent several days nt Titus

DAKIN6poWDLR man's"What words hldest come thou to In me thy:treasure-caves accompanying them to Melbourne on *'Hie and Melbourne( while on the ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.

and cell, their return. Eat: Coast jy Refrigerators, Ice Client, .'r'ercunrlll Wlltt'rlull'r.*.

Thou hollow-sounding and mysteriousmain Rev. Stuart Martin will hold Episcopal l

Pale ? service at the Casino next Sunday after- Tin LIST COAST SIIII.I.I: I Lake Worth Ic Works
glistening pearls, and rainbow-
('olol't'filihell", noon At ::1:30: o'clock) Communicants ,

MOST PERFECT MADE Bright; things which gleam unreckedof from other denominations are cordially If11M11/
and In vain." PALM BEACH: ] IuOE.A.S. \
L Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Invited to attend this sen ice. .,
are Craw A month the beach was strewed The )0'1'11'1.1.'III7.en says the residentsof
Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant ago Mr. and Mrs. E. G VUell and Master
? with thousands of star fish and the beautiful Indian River region,
YEARS THE Herbert returned last from
40 Saturday,
number of sea urchins can still be foundIn their northern been whocompiNe the majority of the proreitjowiiun '- : J3L1T" <3z co. ,
trip, hating gone
of Bicvaid county, have for
the river.\ The popular name of the
and visited New ne.lt.Fns: : IY
some i three month, -
latter Is "Arlstotles lantern." It Is several years advocated liondlng the
Canaveral. aqueer York Chicago, Washington. and other FJ.n.o Winos end Liq u.ors
little fish, which moves about a county to raise a sum sufficient to build : ,
points. E. (i. says he's glad to get
substantial: shell road parallel with
living ball by rolling Its
on long prickly .
back. 307. sea A al tv liar St.,
|[lW, W, II. Pnetoilus and W. E. spine These little fellows hate live the western bank of the Indian River,

tmdlei have gone to West I'alm teeth, with which they can bore a hole I Mr. S. K. Watts our popular railroad from the northern to the southern boundary JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

ch In the solid granite rocks.! The shell agent, who has been very 111 the past of the county. In presenting the K\t and llourtuHi hlnkiei. from tf>

week confined to his led with bilious advantages of such a load to the public, to aakt:per Cftllilllllriiniilm
u [fits Estelle Horton has gone to Milnt when cleaned is beautifully marked and fnnii ft,75 to f 3,75 prr gillonf
to visit her sister Mis. Charles is In shape like a dainty bowl. I oughtto fever, is doing nicely under tho care of and In putting out the reasons why an f .' 1ve make s MH-Ultjr| I nf North far m
Dr. Hughlett. Mr. M. E. Hughes' of Increase In the value of along Iliia I Mmintsln m>w torn VUilskejr, three.
properly )
Iton say that any quantity of pretty key years old ti,50 t IKT gallon..lues .

II[ t. W, Mackenzie has returned IIh1may\ now bo gathered., The sea XewSmjina, Is In charge of the railroad the route would follow, the IMUANKntlt ., -I gal, 2.'k.tar: gal.,3.'k't, :l1t,1.. PUREWHISKEY
blk t"
office during*Ir. Watts' Illness.
ADVIH.ATK has done excellent
ne from a visit with relations in New seems to have its regular:( months and K..ltllKal l I" to Iral.l all,.6; yhhtqtkr. ..

and New York. seasons for smiling up different shell [Remember, the AltvocATF, Tltus- ncnlco. The subject has passed the .
>ev yule., does 11klmls\ of job luting. Give\ point at which dixcuN"i"u ends and work l-HHIei living In Dry Town will do
week Sunday afternoon A fire [Job work cheaply, neatly and expeditiously work. well I' order :-th:: qua all; \ a. w* can ave ;
ago is a share of your ) begins. The comniissioncis of lirevardcounty thriii Ml |x>r nnl"ra.JtrAlw }
executed at the ADVOCATE
seen on the beach near Mr. Hood's office ) semi inonpjr with, 111',1.',.,
Tltusville. Circulars, hand bill, note are taking steps that RIO expected \\.. ..III not nwn| new account unless'
nestead house, and by Monday after- heads, letter heads, envelopes state A Man of Very Many JlnsiuessEnterprises. | to l lead to a realization of the nltalile J uksomlllo nfrrcnoe I given I

'D it had made considerable headway mcnt, tag, etc., etc.lBanyan.] desires of thecIle\ \ of the East: Coast.: Nu luoiU sent C O II to Dry Timm
from the southeast
wind blowing At tho taut: meeting of the commissinners -

Turned until Friday morning when an oidor was passed that: It. B.llurchllel .
the Samuel I.
With reference to man

rain extinguished, It. fvery: man in Wheatcroft, to who we referred In :i former county surveyor, "lie, allll" HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
place as far as is known-was out !
Issue of the ADVOCATE:, the Jacksonville hereby employed\ to survey the proposed
'itmg tire, but it broke through, to the Mr. Frank Harper is speaking of leavIng county road: trout the north boundaryline j

er in three places-the south end of us soon to reside at Donatcnture. Citizen sajs.'It :
Is possible that Samuel Wheat- to the south boundary line of the MANUFACTURED BY ,
itersneet, the north end of Capt. A sabbath school was organized at croft, who was arrested in Charleston, county, and that ho so mark out tho

'my's hammock, and at DeSoto. C. Tropic last Sunday, with Mr. G. F. S. C., recently on a charge of using the same that It may: hereafter: bti fo'lowod, ,'

Honeywell saved the houses on the I Ensey as superintendent. United States mails for fraudulent purposes and that ho iiinUh an accurate estimateof Chapman <& Sudlow \

mekteads of J. T. Hood and L. C. may be brought to this city for ,
Messis. James Arnold and James confinement and trial before the next the cost of the piopoxed' shell road: by

maree by back firing G. M. Quarter.o Brown passed through our settlement, term of the United States Court. This data: as to tho Average thick ness of shell South Jacksonville, Florida.

and W. C, Peterson did the same Monday last, looking for buds. Is the order that has been made by the the cost of grubbing, clearing, bridging:( ,
Pretorius Bros., and Messrs. Klein United States: District Attorney for that: ",
etc. The board further ordered that
The trading schooner Norma, Capt. but In the meantime Wheat- For and
il.on and Franklin saved W. E. Chand- district Oranges Vegetables Pineapples.
It. .\. Hardee bn, and he is hereby
John McLean, was tied up over Sunday croft's counsel hopes to secure his release "Capt. ,
house. The fire is supposed tore
at the Banyan wharf on bail. The Charleston News And employed and authorized to accompany
been set by a party from Titusville, in of Whoatcioft
Courier, speaking said to secure a
The man who went through district surveyor --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. ('-
II'' were over here hunting tuitles. says: '
gratuitous right-of-way fOJ'llahll'ro\ollell
send the ADVOCATE an order for any No. 4 as far as Sebastian, getting the "The multitudinous business enter- road." The commissioners also ordered Dealers In all\ kinds of Raw: Material, such ni Snip. Potash, Kalnlt, CottonSeed
names of those who are opposed to Meal, Nitrate of Soda, etc, etc.
'printing you need.] bonding our county for shell roads, Slipr'sl'anted.Wanted10,000 that each member of tho board should Bone ground and steamed In the factory In three different grUts.5y .
returned with 71 signatures Add to attend the county surveyor through his : Send for Pamphlets and Prices

Coronado Beach. these 10( names from Malabar and several pineapple slips, de own district, to aid In fixing tho route of

from Tropic which appeared In the livered at Geoigiana., Quote lowest cash the road and in securing the rlght-of

price. The resolution was alsoadopted
Mm. llariis and Miss Lidia Harris and Star of the 12th, and a good many from ANTHONY Bitos., the jewelers, way. MUCKO.ANDS
and Oak which Titusville )o'la.lnealll'le :
Grant, MIcco Lodge, 23tf '
is Peyton, of St. Francis, are at the '"Resolved That a committee of three
will be seen this week and it will be I
ironado be appointed to consider the question of: ,
Hotel seen that a good majority of the voters }' Slips For: Sale.I time, rate of Interest, and manner of:
rates are down to a minimum,
and tax payers of the district are opposed payment of principal and Interest of

e k,an and stay carriage on rates the beach are reduced almost, and as to it, notwithstanding our county will deliver list-class Bahama pineapple proposed as nearly road as practicable bonds, and what to'ascertain levy of In two and a half acre tracts,

commissioner, Capt. John Houston has slips for $0.00; per thousand If
will be required to
ieaply as they can live at home. taxes per annum provide
orders sent to by the 24th of
been soliciting in favor of bonding. are me for interest on said bond, so that
Among the week's arrivals at the Cor- July. Address, H. C. STAKLK the electors may know as neatly as possible Fronting on Canal. i
1i\)*2t Malabar Fla. O O O O O
ado I find the names of James Atkin- how much l\JJithmallturd'n In the .

m Enterprise; J. A. Wood, Baltimore; St. Lucie River.We way of taxation will be imposed case Apply to I
'' Dawson Pineapple SuckersFor an issue of bonds shall be made; andsaid r..!
'Il'ph New York; Isaac A.
committee Is hereby requested to
,erwood. DeLand. weather ALBERT W. ROBERT,
having some delightful definite
are sale; prices reasonable. Address,, prepare and make AS a report AS
( aptain and Mrs. Blake and their I In- just now. AtFKLD: COX possible at the regular meeting of the West Palm Beach Fla.sHHAPPERTt.

.sting daughter Miss Bessie Blake, We understand that Dr. J. II. Henry Eden Fla. board In August."
of Bre-
Doubtless tho commissioners
'e Again occupying their pretty cottagethe has been setting out quite a number ol f
the sub
vard Intend to present
beach. The captain has large in- banana plants on his homestead. I'or: Sale.
ject intelligently before the electors: next
*eat in Lake Helen, and both he and
Dame Rumor says that the wedding Ten thousand pineapple 1,1aDt.1'1.11 month, and to set the date for An election
'on, Ellis Blake all
are doing othey
reported some time past will probablytake to W. J. DIMI: to decide the question of bondingto
intc' restore their groves to what they 22-4 Potsdam, Fla. (Successor to Ray A Day.)
place In a week or so. Who knows the amount of $200,000, to cover the
ere and will doubt
no ultimately re-
>iv, ,> rich reward Mr A J. Olds baa erected a very attractive cost of the road.! Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints
Tor Sale. shell road
The to construct a
of his store and proposal
111 Frank E. Bond, the banker of DC- sign in front of Brevard ,
the eastern boundary
,inn l and two friends the traveling public can see it quite a Strictly first-class bud wood of the along\
came over recent- TarditT county is but part of a project to build Oils Barb Wire -
md Mr Bond that distance.We orange. Poultry Netting c.Hardware.
was so delighted
Criiffi W. BCTU: a driveway along the entire East Coast. p
L Mrs. K. L
reserved rooms so as to return again. are pleased to see
224 St. Petersburg Fla If Brevard county shall decide to take
r Campbell, of Jacksonville, and Mr. Brown, of Fort Pierce, among u*, visitIng the Initiative St. Johns, Yolusla, and III '

Jnrad' or Glenwood, were also pleased her mother and sister. She will( .
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers Dade counties will be urged! to follow |
th their stay at the beach, and probably remain a week or so.Miss .
pro'II For Sale. The plan Is to build the driveway as ,

returning \ A. K. Hogg had a very nice' dinner near the rivers as possible, In order to i

The new postofflce schedule gives ui party on Sunday. There were nineteen o "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas." make a picturesque road for travel, and
ADvotATeat Coronado on day of who The Palm Beach Pinery, at the same time to Increase the value of j

''location.' We read the articles and having had an enjoyable time. West Palm Beach Fla. the choicest property along the coast. -
--- --
rrespomlence on the shell road ques- We are glad to BOO Mr. Walter Kitch STOVES, and REFRIGERATORS, *; : r i\\:r :

r"'os e I.with" sway some behind interest.the ancient It is a fact Romans that ing with around a full\ stock again,of in his goods.fine Mr.trade Kitch boat, For Sale. The Largest and Most Complete TITI7SVII.4I::: : ::: : FLOerc::: :: A. l

road i making. One of the first Smooth Cayenne Abbaka and folder
Ing reports doing a very good business. suckers lemon Establishment South. -
I' did Queen pineapple orange

,.'*) ountry after was taking to possession the roads of In a The Rev Mr. Fripp, of White City, and grape, fruit trees, N'oonan straw berry STEVENS BROS. & CO.

1041 "rdl'r, and the writer put has walked held divine service at Waveland, to I: plants, and umbrella JAil MOTT trees., GEO. S, HACKER & SON, c.- i

'81 r ads.jifto years old, built by that good congregation lie preached 01 Orlando Nursery, 'T :,

.aominable people and they are good the subject of "Hell." As this quertioiIs Orlando, nI :\.

J1t causing quite a lot of excitement here,, -*-,* -* -*- -* STEVENS POTTERY, GA.

probably some will feel better lathlfiedDOW I Pineapple Plants For Sale
azing: into the gloaming, this July

*n'ns' :, the music of the on that line. MANUFACTUHEUS OF -
A limited number of Smooth Cayenne,,
has return I
aces Benj. Hogg
lulls me into a condition of semi- Capt.
J.. "inikl<'usness, and I dream of bygone from his trip to the Bahamas, and I Abakka pineapple, Golden plants Queens at reasonable and EQllIeCity rates. I Well Curbing and Floe Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware, all I

1TK, 'hi years roll backward, the old brought back a cargo of pineapple slip I J. & F. M. TYLER, Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and
"%m, and bananas. lie reports having had a I 10 tf Fort Pierce Pinery.

'rot the mel seaside nearer In and a far-off nearer,land and-a I fine passage. He will probably leavi e, Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..

'Illd' "> a little watering place called again in about two weeks for the Ba, Pineapple Slips and Suckers. jy Save your money by buying close at Home, and from clever men,

ad"xwnsome, ; loved one now "gone hamas. Write for prices on s. 1. Cayenne,

'&' to, the majority" are there. I am Abbaka Jamaica Itipley aud Quota alit! Manufacturers of TITUSVI LLi: WKATIIKU let:.

":3S hased along the sands by an old Eau Gallie. and sucker to
Doors Sash Blinds
servant, because I decline
to go Waveland Fla. ,
The following Is a comparative statement
bathing with the children. I did Doth Supervisor Xeilsoa, of the J., St. A. dI. of temperature and rainfall for the New lit Smyrna Livery

W ocean then u I do now; I think K. K'y, was in town Monday and Tuesday Ilanana Sucker For Sale. Moulding and Building Material week ending Wednesday, July iM, 'M: I I181)
rst have been because the )&.
tempera- week. -
'ln w.. of this Office and Wareroom, King, Opposite 1fjQ'I I
'' ,rf not congenial. I am awakened Messrs. J. O. Walton and Wm. Smitl I Twenty thousand Royal Dwarf Banana UATK: MAX. MIX.! MAX. MIX.! -*# Stable 4 ..
my reverie by the merriment of aft Suckers for ..Ie. *40.U) per l.OUX Cannon !Street, 18 e7 73 tj1 74 ; ,
\ "'' bathers going In for a dip before were guests of Mr. C. T. Verbeke at.Sat- Apply tO C. T. Vf.KBKKK: 19 87 73 84 73 .

'.::na for no last week. Eau Gallie, Fla. Charleston S. C. !W 84 71 84 74XI
the night, and I think to my- I C. L,. DOIIK Proprietor.Hacks .
87 71 84 ItiiJ
t the genial Bonlfactof
III Frank ,
hat a Mr. Tyler
delightful this is
: : VI 73 M 71SW
: I ;n Fort Pierce, made a flying lilt to oui r r Sloop For Sail
surprised that many more whoa and IK) 72 M It
lord it, do not come from the town last Thursday. Weights, 24 87 '71 M '74
away For sale, sloop Irene 40ftiUft;i Meet All Trains..
:)"De M and malaria of pUce In the Capt. R. P. raddion spent Sunday al t tonnage, 18 7M
:,' 'I' jf, the state and thus add years Eau Gallie, while Mr. G. F. Paddisoi I tion. New sails: head-room In cabin. Hardware. Departures from normal rainfall for the I Passengers and baggage ttai**" week Inches.
minus 1.34
{tees, for old Is made a trip to Went Palm Beach. (test party or trade but of her size on : Departurefrom all part. of the city, and UerenadoBaaeh.
neptune a won-
normal rainfall sine
0", the river. I'rtu. $400.($). .\l'JtoIr.to January 1st; Call on roe Iwfor. ..iitt44flgarrange
h |
J.' Jliclan. The work train of the FlagWr road,, K. C. B. Tyn.Ull. WaveUnd, or Capt. Window and Fancy GlassA minus 0.04 Incite menu. ,

t II end aka tot a description of the Conductor Vaughn. Mt Monday morn- 'etetXetAon, Titusville, Kb., where she J. E. LAXOVETTE, I I I
'tl be *tf Observer. XEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA.
J URQUIDllhell;' I\) many ofwhich log for S *a Uan. The Wi'Ige grog art may seen. SPECIALTY.



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THE EMPTY HOUSE. $' 100 Reward, 4'' I 00. r' aaxttr: T4Ta'

e A H.'..*. 1.--: .. Nt...,. NEAR & TAYLOR
Y Th "no1..it ..ppl. tree Mutt stands ....rr'The
Ooed *l (ll>(. B..1d. tb* black decaying eaves. The readers of this paper will he (lIueee.lora to John lcAlIi'Ie '
bS Can any one explain to me the 1M''fe&\ One mare ha both hot crooked hands pleased to learn that there Is at least one
-. of the popularity of the detestable mode Half fall of Maytlnra flowers and IrarM. dreaded disease that science has been Artesian Well Contractor
S of singing which l I. now practiced no extenehely But the old tray bonne whi>r. the fold haired able to cure In al Its stages, and that I Ic !

in our city? I need scarcely ranBloMonind Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure l Is the only 1 EAU CALLIE
out from window and doer FLA
add that I refer to what i I. commonly At the early klM of the warm" MIT dumblne- positive cute known to the medical fra-
t The old boone will bloom ternity. Catarrh being a constitutions -
called the tremolo. It rame Into fashion fray no norwIn fr FonWINES
disease, requires a conntltiilonal treat
: about 40 yean ago and is it not time that old apple tree agnln menu Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In:
that that faxhlon should die a natural Their loving sent the Ijluebtrdu fill) ternally the blood and SPIRITS
acting directly
r They warble to the mild eprlng rain.
death? Mme. La the first
Orange WM
I' With manic eoft the morning thrill and mucous surfaces of the )ltem, ,
who introduced it here. She WM much Cat the old gray home with her vacant win- thereby destroying the foundation of the ,(oi'f ]1 E E It !
s4 heralded and therefore was believed to down, disease, and giving the patient strength S, .t

i j' be a fine ilngor-to the extent that she Whore. never a rosy ohenk l. preened, by building up the constitution and
r drew fair audiences for a short time. Whi No re birds..III. illunoe and void and shadow, assisting nature In doing Its work The rrr CIG-A.KS, ETC
Dome bark to her empty Dent
I But wearied of her proprietors have so much faith In its '
people noon peculiar Irene Putnam In Good Boneekeeplng OF THE FINEST
f : style and coaxed going to hear her She curative powers that they offer One % QUALITY
Hundred Dollars for any case that I It 60 TO
when she to this WHAT FIREMEN FIND.
WM passes/ came conn
fails to cure Send for list of testimonials -
11.1 try and it WM said that it was to cover Lesley & Rcnakerl
They Pick Tip Cui.... Articles Sometime.
II'I J a broken down voice that she had re- A Touching Incident. Address, F. J. CHEXET &: COToledo., Families Supplied.
I course to the now hackneyed vibrate O
f t, However many deluded linger, cousid. "Well sir," said a stalwart looking :)4-Sold by all Druggists, 75c.; .- Our Lodgings! and Lanehe

'/. I' I Bring that her style must be one of the fireman the other day "we fellows don't Will he Heady by Oct, 1 I. Situated

1 good things which come to us from Europe have much time for looking about for Fashionable bracelets consists of numerous side Washington Ave.. between 4, T so.J
t t flndA when house is K. W. depot and Am' '
a burning and I
perhaps OCATI block
strove, but too successfully to 1m rows of round pearls arranged sas <
L ; itate ItWhen people's lives are at stake yet we
": f to distance of
f' do produce at a the effect
I was studying vocal music come across things occasionally. y.1 JIM

,, ?' groat care WM taken to impress upon "A brother wearer of the brans helmet network. HODGES & GODFREI

I. f my'mind the extreme importance and used to tell how he was once at a fire- Cravat rings are made in all styles

t t 'f I t, beauty of a firm pure and steady tone and a big one, too-and in making his In cable work, In frosted gold, studded "AdYOtate" Job A Newspaper Offices. Manufacturer, of I

it- with its gradual crescendo ard diminn way through the house positively\ saw with tiny colored stones In close network

I: a I I ends Ah, with what infinite pains I bank notes burning away like so many embroidered with

H I tried to produce my notes without a pipe lights. He picked up M many he gem I Yellow Pine Lumber r

I t I' shadow of wavering or change of quality possibly could, stuffed them in his pock. Think of this Hood's Sarsapirllla I Is I

1 J' And now to think that the bountiful I Ir eta and went on with his work. After the only true blood purifier prominently 'OB- no ton t nliESetn
i the had In the pubic eye tiwlay. It cures disease
conflagration ceased the man
r soHteunto i Is considered of but small Orange Boa Ilmdii,
111 1 who was left in charge picked when all others fill, because It makes
fo ,? account by so many people 'who I maintain up among pine blood Fruit \-.1t.'I. fr t.., |
j ought to know better I I have seen the embers an old fashioned pepper box Lumber delivered at I
1 any pan i dinli Im'
. a roomful of people moved to tears by a -black and charred-filled with silver on thromrh 1.111 of lading, Amuse 'ntn ,
.: t pathetic rendered well dollars and a further search brought Howl's I'lDii cure jaundice! hillotmnpRN lug liulliIInK+: on the, Kant Count, wonld dr fwrite .+
; song by a BUHtainod ,.
sick for I rlren The !Ka mill In
headache rltuite l ,
. ; constipation and alllh'er <
him to number of old "II!
I voice and with distinct rnnuciatlcn a rare silver \118.\ J.,T.& K W Ry., II miles couth ,f I'ilaikjSntsunmlllKlits

: J of the words. Vet who would ever spoons IMitnanico.FliI
; .' I, dream of weeping over the moot touch. "I have myself fonnd two or three ,
} checkbooks! and once a set of false teeth Over 1,00(1( horses are entered in the
,. ing ballad: in the world when sung in PHI
which popped in pocket and $70,000 worth of stakes at Galesburg
: the miserable shaky style now in vogue my soon
: which loaves the listener in doubt as to after was able to return to the owner 111. % J, M, SANDER >i

I. whether he it hearing snug 0 sharp or who proved his right to possess them Walton's Rapid Calking Machine ,

',;it, ", D, sharp or O? without a doubt. I once brought out a OO, $1000 and $1500+ each In us, Dealer in -
Among the tx-stof vocalists belonging genuine Btrodivarins violin worth by many of the principal boat-builders .

,II II '1: to our city and its vicinity this tremolo several hundreds of dollars!-while diamonds In the North. Sec pamphlets and test!- NTING
r \. ii often adopted. For some reason sopranos and other jewelry have been
) ,
1 t and baritones use it mOlt frequently I saved in plenty. i ,

:' +I' ,- and I may add ad nauseam. It "Indeed there are a thousand and one AND

Ii ; is more than disagreeable on the stage things a fireman finds and saves though

I'. C' and in the parlor It is beyond endnr perhaps that which gave me the greatest Choice Groceries,

satisfaction was an old rag doll. It was I III
/[ ante when it obtrudes itself in the

.. r f L church service. No place or occasion is touching little incident and quite true. -} OF ALL KINDS 4- Hay Corn Mapes'' Fertilizer|
\ i, safe from its impertinent intrusion I "It happened at a big fire and in the ,

have heard of midst of the excitement-which I
} a soprano good standing
.1 ri"{ profane the lofty strains of "I Know sure yon few people realize-the M'I SILVSIDK ItI SOItTS. FINE PATENT FLOUR.

Wr1 That :My Redeemer Liveth" by her went forth that a little child was 'up Neatly

I, 1 tremulous rendering obnoxious as it stairs. I don't want to boost but away Where to K o her the J., St. A. Ooooci. JT'lorlcia.lCOMPOUND
I went. I found her the second
+i'c't was inappropriate.Cor.. New York on floor & I. It. Uanwa '.
t ; Tribune. asleep in her little crib with this old

; d' doll by her side I caught the child in Hound-trip tickets! are sold to New CheaplyAND OXYGEN

I'f I 1 Th. Powder Making Family. my arms and-she awoke. She lookedup Smyrna Daytona; Ormond, St. Angus.tine

A strange heritage was that bequeathed in my face and seemed to understandthat and other places In close proximityto

to his children l>y Eleuthere Irenee I was saving her from the flames. the beach For rates see below Restores strength, juict the neon I
The following are a few of the well.
I' "
Da Pout de Nemours Dolly I Dolly ,I1 she cried. I
when driven from known seaside resorts of the East Coast: and expels disease
.1// Franco by the revolution he came to "The next instant-aye, quicker thanit Proof, the most convincing it offers I
J', the faraway state of Delaware and takes to tell you-I had the old rag OiiMoin.-One of the finest beaches free to all who suffer tall and SM ai 1
I :t with skill! in chemistry, acquired under doll and my pals told me that if any on the East Co.iHt Itttlilng/ superb ExpeditiouslyExecuted or write for further Information. Book)

;,t t I ., the great Lavoisier, set to work in 1803 artist could only have painted us M we Hotel Coquina) Seiser & Vining all pro- of 200 pages sent free.
Street meets trains
praetors car Home or office treatment i'Consult |
t appeared-me with the in
4 = t making gunpowder America and the youngster my Excellent drives.CoitoNAno.Well. tlon free.
civilian world, if a world can be called arms and she cuddling up her treasure
civilized that uses so much of it Vattt -why. there wouldn't have been anoth worth a visit-fine Drs. Starkey & Palen

wealth he prepared for his descendants, er picture in the laud to touch it'I"- beach Coronado hotel Hacks meet 1329! Arch Street Philadelphia ".
all trains and transfer and
",, the family fortunes into Boston Traveller. passengers/
today uniting
baggage! to the beach at reasonable rates
,,' ncarlytl00.000.000. But along with t he Didn't Tike J., St. A. &: I. K U'y train to New AT rrHE-
riches he loft a dread responsibility that Understand Twlon. bmjrntDAYTOXA. JACKSONVILLE STEAM DIE]
i down releutlisslynpon A festival in the family drew homeM -
presses every son
'ard the scattered kindred. The boys .-Very excellent beach for --oo-
and graudMou "Thou shalt not rest ;
twins luwl: been long juirted, and mean r"I1I1driving/ and bathing. tlboulen WORKS.
thou dliult not fear, is written on the IIOUHO and Seaside Inn the
brow of Du I'ont child end read while one had married and in his wid boarding
t every beach (nee advts on 7th page). Hacks
in the life of every Du Pont man. If owerhood reared his little son, now 7 Meet all trains. ADVOCATEPrinting The above establishment i s undo nf I

f t; ever a family wan brave it is the Du years old. To him by name Bobby management We pobltivel) guarantM:

4 Pouts; if ever a family had need of newly arrived in the house enters the our work equal to that of an> nortbenl

;.. bravery, it in they uncle whom he had never seen, so per. SATURDAY TO MONDAY RATES TO City.
feet a corroboration of his father that
The Du Pouts monopolize the
.A gun. THE &EASIIOUE. -)0-
powder busmuMS of America, controlling Bobby runs to him at once clings to Saturday June 22nd and Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
Commencing ,
3 i 28 of the 32 mills in this country They him and hugs his knees A moment later continuing every Saturday until September Ladles Goods C'eaned!' or Djd!

I, ..., do this by confiding to no one, not even when his father really came and the 30th, round-trip tickets to Ormoml
I; to the archives of the patent office their laughing company were on the brink *' Daytona and New S>myrn- will\ be .4- Dying Silks and Cleaning goods al d5 J

f'f'I, secret methods composition their specially comment and explanation, the poor lit sold at rates shown below limited to most delicate texture a Specialty von

1 devised machinery and all the tle man, giving: him one mortally Monday following the date of sale for for price list

: lore of gunpowder making that has come shocked glance fell to the floor lObbing return. MAIVIIARD BROS., Prop

'I to them through gener tlon.... This in.f'i "Don't wont-two-papas I" -TO- } *! Office. fl
i I herited knowledge is the family treasure The resident puppy, familiar with the FROM : Onuond Ittytona Newillll'ma forCoronailoBch No. 13 Newnan St.> Jacksonville *

: and to guard it inviolate the Dn bachelor brother, had almnttt disturbing
an experience. He stared and stared TITI'_'ILU.... 112.1 >12. *l it i
Pouts must be their
t o f'i chemists, superintendents own and mechanics engineers at Bobby's father, upon their introduction (City. *I'ol..t. ._.... 1 14i;JO IJi I :n I inH.Kkleilire ::aim 0 W H, GLEASON & Cal,

sniffed at his garments waveredand 141 11 1 a
must spend hours every day in the mills, .alTie :
3n 119 211MrllMHirne
:1 I must live with the menace of sudden stared<< again. Then he leaped upon ..... 24<> :24)1). t*l Do not ATTORNEYS IN LAND
,I and frightful death always about them. his own friend and next upon the image Hvluuitlitn 3 MI sea; SMIronllene
6:a ft 29 tnrilcn
i ; ,_ JlcClure's Magazine. and echo of him bewildered and finally ..... II del> ton .ualenwii TO SPANISH ORAMN 11AMIXED
f backed into the corner after making a .... II H S IS 1 ISw'ret Send
I brave stand against the supernatural : Jujilter 1711 770 T 70W yonrPRINTING AND PERFECTED
,' .
ChlaM* Cooking.: l l luilleath S7U S70 S70
his insulted both men, barkingand a
; q eye upon
This of what roE
knowledge w e are pleased AND
growling and indulging ABSTRACTS FURNISHED
'q l
i, ;it! to'call artificial digestion runs largely away
the doggerel for thunder.-Chap SUMMER lUTES TO THE EA- OBTAINED
through all Chinese cooking, Whenew SURVEYS

1i, meats especially the heavy and indigestible Book. SIIOIIL Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptt I
But the
I class are to be employed as food Brammel and Myron. Round Trip tickets to Ormond keep Entries Corrected and Perfected.

the cook increases their assimilative Byron while walking along Piccadilly Daytona and New Smyrna, limited tot Claims adjusted before the OeP+i d |
1 ktuber at-t, 1/\\1\ ; will be sold daily un-
; character by the use of peptuuiferons ment at
one bright summer morning, encountered Washington.
III t'I.tt'II1Ler 30th. at following, rate.TU .: Money on the
tripe and vinegar I have often out of Beau Brummel who was return Correspondence solicited

curiosity examined the numerous made ing from hill tailor's. FLA.

I dishes of the Mongolian cuisine with a how are you, Brummel?" said the )'ItO I: Or,,loud. 1)'tlln..liew forC'oronadu Sm1rna East Coast EAU CALLIE
4 ; view to ascertaining their constitution puet"Pretty bTITI'.VlLU.
$2M: '221'I
Whether it was soups or stews ragouts well, thank you" returnedthe ...... ire :240 I hSHanlerrllle. Pineapple, Orange and LemeLand
or fricassees pot roasts or boiled I have beau. "I've been reading 'Don .... Tae >25.> 1e5t.utina By giving theADVOCATE
I ais sis': 22e: For Sale, Cheap.
1- found shredded "
tripe finely or thinly Juan. city l'uloa. ... 141 See 125Cara : .
sliced in three dishes out of every five. "Yes?" said Byron with a smile. ... ....., 3D ago: :265l'oulns. -
.. ..... ITU .45 :270a.naveutur375 I have for sale 80 acres of plDeapc
The ratio WM largest in households "There is some clever rhyme in it. Shc :275 land on St. Lucie river, a few
wealth where well paid cooks were the "So?" observed Byron with affected 1'1011.11I ...... Suit aM t 55Eanti.llle. low Eden 40 of which being norw>>I
: 441 .00 550Itaruo j
rule and smallest in those where the surprise. .. 45, 405 325Mrll.oune A share of quarter of northeast quarter of 4"k -;
conditions were otherwise. As they discovered "And some pretty good versification." .... .110. .311 salTllhuan. 18, township 38, south of range "-
I ........ .M 44t IIi quart"of
the peptio virtue of tripe in all ".Ah?" returned the poet. 1..I..har ....... 450. 466 3CiV'alkaria the other 40 is the northeast '
e I food animals. they likewise found the "Why don t you try your baud at poetry slit Slit 191Hrant. / southeast quarter of section
i ..... Your Job Work east
.1101 406
j some quality in the giuard of the bird Byron" asked Brummel. Micro 52.1> 455 42olGwlaud. : township 38, south of range '(
kingdom. They have employed the gii- The two never spoke to each other .. .. 540 1111Ioo1II"u \ 44 1 The above land ian be boughS for"L
I II card even more liberally in their cooking ... IlIIu 525: 465wMrliey per acre. It Is suitable for pneapPh!
again. ___________ eau" 1M 4a1lilaord "
t, than they have the tripe and they .. sot ass II.o5St. orange lemon or lime growing.
regard it, as is the scientific truth as ...n..... Ord..... 1.11,15 ........ II 45 145, I To ++- Will be sold In lots of 40 acK*60:,l: I
Fort 1'I..n. IIII 15. II tIuWille. worth
the most valuable of all animal tissues. "Confound ill" exclaimed Jackson. .('It, ... flo gal goo cash This land will soon be
_"An Ex-Consul to Amoy" in Dietetic "What a stupid fellow that jeweler is I" Auk........... 7:11I: Too .24 per acre.
Eden 7k' 7211 .5. +
.Y and Hygienic Gazette. "How so?" inquired hi. friend. Jensen.. .. .... 7M 7311 .till Apply to C. II Walton, Aovaat
"Why I told him the other day that IIman.... .... t5, Tea 11110) Ia-1111 Job world office; or to Robbins A Graham T;;
I d VoncaJm X* r...... 34.ee.e.ry. I I wanted engraved on the engagementring Alicia" .. 160 110 15 711II, 7 15.ItCugden ) rllle d!...

Mrs Oldun-Why, my dear you look the letters 'from A. to Z. ''from H.de $e..';d'..'. o 535 15.1 nrtistionllygottenup.
4 ten yean older since you were married. Arthur to Zenobia' you know-and the West JUIjter.. 1II.\ 111II 7III .
C $15
I W. 1..11II1".b ale 53') t
Mrs Youugun-And I am. Yon know idiot went to work and put in the whole
\ I have been only It for the past ten alphabet!"-Elmira Telegram.The Conductors 111m Bell tlcketl focus rtWaueeea

yean.-Detroit Free Press. nt agent stations '

driest place in the world is that J06t.rU RlCHABDHOSf tisrnotion:
TC e old Wilson homestead of 174 part of Egypt between the two lower
General Passenger Agent
acres Dear Rnshville Ind., has been falls of the Nile. Rain has never been Gunrnn teed. eA 55 so.STEEL

I, told to Benjamin Frasea for 111,000. known to fall there and the inhabitants

This farm has a national reputation do not believe travelers when told that -The Walton Rapid Ling Machine, Send us your t

i t among Blot horseman being the home of the water can faU from the sky. Xo. one, W; Ko. two, 110; No. three'1TitunlUe. $
great Bull /"Se
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I :aOTELS.1: I A* It May ....

-- ---- -- "Mabel ha hud to have the sign orw The Tropical Trunk Line.
rte her law office ehauged"said the girl of


R, Well, she? Do WM you Miss mean Drown Miss Brown recently "- [(Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway:

GOSSIP. 'Ah I And no>\ '" JOSEPH II. DUllKEi, Receiver.Imtly .
PERSON "Now site is Mrs. roW'D-CuITn.

L Infanta Enlalia ha ridden on an I r r s r E Rrallyf' Ihivln heard of it I most
l1 'sy(0t1( .
FII 9eJn .
- at a speed of 60 mile an tltt ( I 1 un'al'r! { 1., congratulate herlio is the-ah- -' "tlrt. I,T1" Tsbleln Effnnt: .Ipr.15, .'\. .IITII -
t going .1, ;:e ia la no :f .
gt'I lUlU, :. : _: ''i,. M"i5A.. . ...IAI .tlmT.u:.. .... Ar ; ;;:Slam mpr ?
begs necktie. from 'He In a son of the rich Jones.Cnlyer .... .Orcenl'nveapringa.. . .. 1I..nl 455psl. .. ... ..
n'C trice Harraden ., SSit a 'MI'I"MA\\ .. .I'.I.tka. . .. .. .. 4Mam II',, .t.pia5Aia
friends and make them into .... .... iiuntloetnn. .. it Mam 310'', IatpmItal.
ale "Of course.! I might have known it. n-:: I ii Ala : l'rarentl'Itr.Iunelinn: ; i:: ; :. 3e0sot see p I ::' I al :: mSitI5 +
quilt And when were, theyalt""They .... .... : I .: . .. . ."" ,111. . . .. 8..11I :' ", j
t Ln Rothschild ha a piano which .... .... alas 11/11I.111:11I. ..1..1..11 lI..rIIlK. .. ... .1/.11I/ 20wpen Ii lnanr .
with alicilpaintingsbyAlma were hyphenated by Her Mr. ... 1".1. Iala 113tta.: \ .. ... 1".r"r,1 ... 1155tH 141pm'1o155m''
him f12.ooo. It adorned Tadema and Lastly Tuesday of lost week "_Chi. ."Ill' .. 11 ::,: t:1 .. ..1..1..11,1.. . ...I ii.r..s.. I l a IM, pm m .... I

| cago Times-Herald. : 9Nr5 .. p P IA an
ter. .. :::. ...: 415a I2ap 1sgyAr:: . nrlsnda' ''' .:: :::: : .:.. I : :: IU Tam.: I : ...I. ..I f
Chicamayor . 4teta/ Snip II . . . .1..IIIIIII'.e. . .. . 1I1"I.m t"lIII.hI ...
i .
[w Tork'* mayor Strong HOTEL ROYAL PO1NCIA\\ At si Church Wedding.i4K .. .... IIltl. a'..p Ar. . IIa'I.... .. I.' '(101'1'11I r to a nr .. .. I
i Is swift..and the mayor of . .. . .. 111111''I,,'''' li"rda . .1.' 13111".. . ... ... .
1 Frank. All three are . .. .. ... IOa; IIIM'1I.Ar .4.. TalllJ' . I.I741pm ..... I
ellA laod. Or.f i PALM 1JE\I II, \KK UOUTII .... Stan IwpAr. ,1'nrtTsms, .. I., lisp ,, 75am., .
blicans.M :: .. 4eAr..TI'rtStiU.i.I.v; : : : ::::::: : : : ., I 71nse,1.: I : : : :: :::

Reed, rister-in-law of Comptrol- OPEN DURING THE WINTER S" ASOX. ACCOMMODATION Foil 1.t'O.) Mnu.sn, hllre 113I' I.v. ... I ..rtfanq's. . A' aapu: 'nirar hd ""n.T..n.lt.rl .
.I.'I.A' . Ken \t e.5 . .1.1"1' ''' \\.I..n""I.
fEekelfl, i I. to be married early this \\'col. sad Sat .._51.15 h. !Ar. . 11.1\1111" I.v UIfII'.1.: AnI "..t.II .

'IIr.. 4IY mer to Mr. Henshaw, private secret HfNRV Mi icitir.t, MinnRer 1.\11 l.yIaekmnvlle A r ;,iIm.. SIW 3.vJara"a'; I.vjerknnr- At'' II....
the secretary of Ita ( tnl"'Irl104ll.v: S its tlaau/ : I., 1'.Ialk.II'I' : l.v :>' ne"
to ------ -- --- 11/1I\\r: \ CI1o'.n iv I4h1' ::11"1' .\r lIall M.I. / : : A' (lr."Il'oC .. .
hn D. Rockefeller said not long ago ; /t01'\r: OieonI lr :2asp: U3'trmake/ : 'e.A'I.; ea
ambition in life is to ac / Tltll..lft" 1..1111". 1/1111' .\' I''',t..lI. I.vl3It's:! 1 '' .\"\.."! ,,'\ S ?
his great Hele HOTEL MELBOURNE COrWUX> ) 'HOTEL' ..(;,;.. .ISxi.vlack.ntiOAr, 61"1' SU':\ r.tJerl.mliletr: -eatp I! CISt11.tJiuku: ;*\ t.Ar, 'I.f'
: alate a fortune toward tOinOthe ", da3q'Lv Sautnni 1 AriIair 'in'ha'I.v': Palatka Atl4tr'p: tllap Iv Snnfnrl' try s ii,,,
wsreaTSaaex : : : : :
late 1f :: : :
a good start ; GfT"t: Ii 47p1.e Mono : ArIC Suit II 4aa'Ariisothnnel.v' 24 Ia'.Ar I'snla 1.s Sea
)! f
.. VCI.\r: lnkl",1 I.e SlShl I1apArlalunst/11r1; .yII """m' 211.\r 't""r. Lvl\ 54414MIAn
lurry. MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. ;. ..... .' _: :: :- alwnn: 1..ttl3IIa\ I 14p..'A' 1a'al.it124'.y'I: ::11"1'\' Ta1'arn.. I.eC5,5's
wedding ring prepared by the "" ......... .: ..-. 10 :/ A,Tar fltl'lnll'" I.v IMpAr ,.'t'.lon.r. I.' 11 aw l in4np.lr 1'.Idnradul.e. SS.sl00tpAr5t.l'nten'g1 :
he ,
for to his H Open all the year round Good! HK!>- J. '- t 11/1'1': AIl"'M.bll1. I. S4'w IIsip.1rIarslarj: I. ta's
r o a is of of Aosta massive gold and bear on I Ing: .:;),)0 and Hunting upwards.; and Yachting HattRf2 f n k w fll\:>(
I'\NI .
interior, within ivy foliage, the In. Proprietress MUll. I. MYAILL'S (;Attn. 2.1 IInl 7* .lOrn Ilironch liillnmii HniTpt" Slurping ran lnt,ei'nrw \nrk and T mpa.
Iption 'Forever Special Features at Coronado:-Mod. Train 13 and :3e.-Thmegh I ulliiian IliilTpt Klec|,In:: <'ar. tM'I"t't'lIl'IIIrllln.U sod T"ml')

,'. S. Aldrich of Boston is the winnerthe crate rites, solid comfort, no oxti'nt-v I I't tW ilillhiVrr W. ii. mtriN. (i. i'. A 'h :1lUrnrralMiipirlntfiiilent .""
... Retch architectural medal and Lion, good! Itshing, gold! rooking WritE Iply11 1 1'11..1'1111I" At'Ot
FLOATING HOTEL for terms. : i 11' ,
In' intmre his expenses a two years' ,

",, in Europe. Mr. Aldrich is 20 years At the Railroad Wharf at 4

II, and was born in Maine. West Palm Beach. She-The groom seems quite cool Jacksonville J ,
ajor Pond says his offer of $3,000 a He-The bride is from lion toil.-Lifa 1
1e.s Mark Twain which has been Free from Flit and Mon initot. SeaFood h __ __
ht for
a bpeclalty c St. Augustine
ding for five years, still holds good. GREAT OBJECTIVE POIX1 No Tim. to IXM*.
sin has more calla to lecture than E. h. VAILI, Prop TilE HomeRcokere When you gel t A well known bohemian visited his

M other American citizen. there Stop at -- friend, Professor Trice, at the latttr's & Indian River

er Hugh Price Hughes, the great laboratory )'t'IIterdllY.; Too professor was
pit orator of the Wesleyan Methodists if The Lemon City Hotel examining a dark brown substance

England is a trained athlete and an ,I spread on a paper Railway.
ert mountaineer having made the Daytona, Florida. "Say Pttie would you kindly; let me ,j
s K... TI.,,. Table In Hfrri: July 81,h, '"".'\. j
little of this ?
nt of nearly all the difficult peaks of At Lemon City, the terminus of tin place a on ;your tongue
I Alps. Rooms, without board, during the Hack Line, on liigcajne Kiy Air My taste him txxxmie so vitiated by testy -
All Rail LIne to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine, Ormond and
Priest of the United States dig- summer months Apply to rooms, comfortable beds good! table. ing all sorts of thing "
udge Mice UAVIDSOV, Tropiictress terms reasonable "Certainly, responded the ever aCt Rockledge. -
court at St Louis was so touched the
jy Good fishing and hunting In tin I conunodatiiig Petie. thrusting out his
ler day by the letter of a counterfeits South Bound. North Bound.
child pleading for mercy in behalfher tongue. x... x. x.. x...
D. M ('ON NOLLY, Prop The profewior took up a little of the ,INn,32" I Gt
1 father that his honor reduced a HOTEL CARLETON ::11. I I- 31 2111I ... 111. (
which he had Lemon City, Dale Co.. I1'la. substance under analysis and placed it l.v.I".IIo"vl'I.' ., if I thl 5 54., I' .-- ... r.v w 1'.11" 11t..jj --. "540 a n-------: :: : : : .
tence of seven ;years on Petie's tongue. lIe worked it aroundfor A' lit. AIl (II.tlll..IIII a IIIMII' . 1..lIIvl..'. .. .... ... ..' . .
tred to be entered on the docket toyearn LvSt. AIIIIII.Llllt! 111/11.: . I.e V.JuI'Iter..r 11/1.1./ .... ..
Jacksonville, Florida. fully a minute tasting it much as Lv lisnting..... .... .... I.v Ilola, .+ iknuuh.:: . .. 111. ...... .. .
ee he would a fine confection. I.. East: 1'.lat"a.... .... .... I.v Abrla. ... ... . 500 a .'I'. . '. .
"\. lall Came' method of work is pe- --r'xatka..5- : -- -: ---- I.SSart.. .. .,...... .2'J. . .. .
x HOTELORMONDBYTHESEA x COQUINA "Note any ell'ecU" inquired the professor t.vlrnneu. .. .. .. .., ... ....
lar His favorite time for compositionat Oono-ito Po'toflioo.y Lv I'.I.Ika.. . .. Id M5. .. .. ... . a '

I his dusk.big chairs He sits that perfectly were Rossetti'still in one nn- Under New Management x "It"No. ,doesn't Done. paralyze or prick ;your fi( t ..,,. ... ..'. ::. 1:1 MS1art Idnn: ; ::..'...:..::: ,.. ..:..112 Sill.. $. .s a a.:m at..I i:12 lJii' H ..

II he be has orders composed a light all and he swiftly means to writest use.en .+ 4. tongue"Not?"that I can detect. : Iis ,..,.;,: :::.::. .. ..-c:: : .. ... : ; .., ..... ....,3..,.., INp. :. ,.,,,

his work word for word as he ho "I not. There alkaloids I.v I'.rt O'"lIe. .. 1:111I1: I' ... .. .. .. I.v I'"."s ... .,. .. .. ... .. 1'113 I' III 420p .. .. .
all the Year. thought are no
I Open FLORIDA.SUMMER by\ewSmtrns. (100. Iv'Ilrl'"Int. .
monzed it. in it, then. How does it taste" I I.vak: 11111..I::: nH': : :: I.v: TIUUVIlie: : :::: :::::: irl i'l; iu 'S lam' : : : ::::
Mrs. Sophie Hayward, wife of Gerald Coolest and most pleasantly located "Bitter the dickens. .. ) ,.,, .. .2/111.. : 1130. 1..o..kUIlt. .. .. ..... .... .. .. .. ... ....
; hotel for the as I.'itti"Ent.: .. 3I.s/p I.. x.... toIlllym... .... .. 240pn, 8301.( ., .
. Hayward, a landscape painter an summer month RATES: $8.00, JO.00 and "Um-m all right I.. ('.H'''. .. '" ... aorp 1000 IsltrtUraOge. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .

i glish woman took the oath of full oughly Elevator.refitted All modern and elegantly improvements furnished. 110.00 per week "What is it, an.way'" inquired Petie, I.I.:: tt.kClr; \\Ft : : : :: : U :,: II 3l a.. Iv Ar In.nnd..5 11.ytun.: .. :: :: .::::: : :p p: ::: : : : : : :: ::::

izenfihip in New York a few days ago. RATES:-*2.50 to '3.W day. as he spat out the holdover taste. Lv Sarno 340 I' .... .. .. I.. lru,1 . ... .. ... ,
ie declared her Intentions in 1889 and and per SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are "I don't know. That's what I'm 1..I\.IIH.llrlle. .. 3/1.11'/ .U n2r . 1..OrulOlnclJllllc.. ? .,.. .. . .... ... .
Special by the week to Commercial try. IA' lit 1.111'18. . 112.1 I' .. A r East i'sletks... .. .. .. 325: I' III .. . .
e took the step she did it ia said, "Iner Men. ing to find out Some one has been poisoning I. .
ArXanMate,, .. .. ..
that she might legally own prop- Only hotel tint the electric carl piss Specialties at Ormond. horses with it out in the mis Lv Eden. .1. : San MstenAr :.

(Undaunted y in New York her state. to and from depot. 83T For Circular, address, ion. tIPetie rushed to the telephone and I., Alicia TF<. i if : : : : }.Tf: : It I'alatka i'slatks.?. ...'.. ;. ._ ; ; ;;; _:: : : : : :

by; rejection at the CRAPO & LeVENE, I., 1I,11f! "..un... .. Sal' .. .. I'viiast/erg.. ..... ... . .
Ion, the Duchess d'Uze is at worka SEISER & YINIHC ManagersORMONDBYTHESEA. railed up a veterinary surgeon.-Sun 1..W..lu..lt8' ..' : 1'1 .. .. .. .. Ar"t."Il".Un. .... ..1. . .. .
colossal of the Proprietors. ,:1 I Francisco Pout t.vRiviera .. .. LvSt.Angnntloe Inet n I.
t statue Virgin Mary Ar W IYI:."I'kuh. 535.I.: .: : : : . .. .. .. ArJach.onvlle: ,, .: ... : :: aA' :I :..: :::: : : :
feet which intends
high she to erecta .

high cliff in one of her own estate ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. Two Pulpit 8torl_ & W. Branch.
One of the and
the department of the Aveyron.; The moot kindly generousof

the will be seen for 80 mile around, his sex gave a f 3 bill some time ago t\otJTII H"CND. ... 1'iOUTJI HOUND.
d the duchess i* thinking of lightingthe THELAYASSAR- to a struggling poverty stricken colored -- -------- -
crown by electricity church in southern Virginia. So large a ... -- -
: New Snvriis : 1rCItyJOno .
turn had never before come from a sin hake Hales I Jr..I.: .. .I. .. .... ()IIranll"l'lt 1"1..,. .. .. .
STAGE GLINTS. Centrally Located on St. George gle individual and the people were Iv Orange ('It, . l.ak.lIlIl..n .... ..... .. .
overwhelmed. A' II. ('Ity JUlin. .... Ar NnwSmvnu .. .

The production of "The Second Mrs. Street. It happened that the gentleman Mr All trsln. dsllt between JSekannvllle and St. Angn.tine I ,
''anqueray in Berlin is reported to be a Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Talk O., went to the church the following Trains CI, a5, a and 7.ont1, of St. Angnnllne. daliv: esend Sunday.
allure, and a full view of the Ocean and f 16 Webb Ave., Ocean Grove, N. J. Sunday and took a retired scat in the, Sstttnlay Train, :205 every Mundsy. Wel"e.lay.n,1 Frilly" Train 'Siti every "u.,1"7. TburMla sad

Kate Toncray has been engaged tolay rolling breakers from the piazzas gallery What was his amazement to, Ti I. Tin,.Tsl I. .h"ulhe time. at .bll'b tr.ln. Huy he .."(If....,, to.rl;. sad dnpart' true

a" juvenile part in "The Red -f One Block from the Ocean. 4- hear from the pulpit the following descriptive the the set COIllpnyh"IoIII"'U..r1 .t.U"n., hut thplr respnn.lb1p arrival fur or any"Iarture.t delay lJr 5t any the consrgnearra t I...... .t.tell..rl.h'K nutu5r5utral therrform.J .nor d,,_

neen.En Byron has been re-engaged to W M TEAHEN, Proprietor OPEN June 1 1895 c _- "0 Laud prayer, bless: Man C. lie plays U. I AtISOTT.." ,.I'realdnnl. JOIIEI'U.n'l 1I'JlAllllfltO"I's.wnarn A.. ..nt.

i lay the Countess in "Darkest Russia" cards he drinks, he races, he gambles,

en season Gas, Electric Bell and perfect system but he's given $5 to thin church and O
MRS. B M ANDERSON. Lewd, bless him I"
Paul Potter ought to be of Sanitary Sewerage. ,
happy now .
toe Mr. CL dodged behind a post and bur
paper calls him "a cordon bleu ofe
riedly retired.

Sarah flat Bemhardt's water Renaissance theateras OPEN ALL TilE TEAR UOIKO.: convention Those who had were the present pleasure at of a listening certain Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

closed its doors, as its actress man. ELBORDEN HOUSE to another man of color who occupied

KW ii touring in England. SEASIDE *c INN the platform with his white brethren

I l Herr Hnmperdlnck, the author of On the Beach, and one of whose sentence was certain. Printing orders and you will be satisfied.

[Hansel and Oretel," is said to be the At Sea Breeze, Fla. ly unique. ,
Mest) of modern musician Opposite Daytona "And now gentlemen, he said in
The house has been enlarged to twice ,
Alma Aiken.Mathews has signed with his most impressive manner M he surveyed .
size and In
"*n W Dunne to play Old Fadette inranchon" its way.original A new building Improved comfortably every fur. is NOW OPEN,, the large audience "I will give

: and a part in the new play. nl hed. Best of surf bathing, good fishing you a chunk of thought without dressor
\ garbage 'I"-New York Tribune.
and a beautiful, wide, smooth beach First-class table; comfortable, air y
The first performance of the for driving and bicycling. rooms and pure drinking water Ite
rortnnio," composed by Westerhout Kate .'J.(10 per day i Special rates by the duced Rates for Summer: #7.'>0, f>8.(X! II U. Word Fran K JU d. FLORIDA BOAT *! WORKS

*rll given in Milan on May 16 with Week. and t'J.00. Apply for rooms at once U: "Are. you having any. more trouble
with ? inquired
Teat your corns Emily meekily
success.A .
H. F. STEWART, Proprietor. HAIGII Mr. Wluterbottom.

.!,. Pmero's play "The Magis- ,jy Furnished cottages for rent. Sea Breeze I' 0., Florida "No they haven't hurt me any for Melbourne Indian River Florida.
will be produced shortly into the lost r/1 ro
och day or so, replied his good +
Part Pierre Berton of the

omedie Parisienne will produce It. _. wife.With a patient sigh Mr. VTinterbottom rAab
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.J H. Barnes as agent for George put his bent razor back In its case and .
derer. has sold all the British rights tried another. It Will a* he had suspect raTf
o the play O II. VOSS. .- o yri
"Inoog known ed.
in Englander -Chicago Tribune.
.the. title of "Tom, Dick and oasJ ( =

larry, to Frank Curzon. IN I_ RIVER HOTEL/ CI_ >- I

Boston critic complains that in a "What are the things that touch o* "g =:; I

iCtII! ; representation of "Hamlet" thenelia most a* we look back through the CIto t="'""C
wore mutton leg sleeve The TITUSVILLE years?" asked a lady. lecturer impressively ::-

ctl'eil in question probably rebelled at There wiu a moment's awful c:> en >- c:::=

e1l1jf a blind slave to tradition. Indian Ilivor.FJa. pause and then: a small boy in the audience = "g

answered, "Our clothe. "-Tit-

1 Cl A w'JDlaD' is irresistible; only when ;; o. IL VOSt4. 1'lblJ' rue.She c=:,.:) "Cd g_. :)
t know it -Hw it elm stay r.f a man who
:; E.
*1 -' ylAliA4a14. he ionic love to in his .
gave the devil his due we ,ti A 4 says Rover a girl : -
,w Km: ourselves away.great life. !>> ;you U !'!"V" it? tIII:2: :: N .C

'.It-;as u OIWII11 The Ytvtr. H*-It may I b., troe. Some fellows a
<..*;ea enough to make all a.alMt a Specialty cf widows, you knowIudiauapulir .
peat that it touches. Journal TJoatH hault'il out and Ilepauod at tlio lowest
d, The all world wouldnfc: be fit to live in Ouly a few minute.' -- ll uioH. Pi-oinpt attention given to oicler..

of us were millionaires. '' walk from Railway ratT Utlons n {"ass aw uioogfn lArecny wilt be Estfynutet4 given on all hinds of bout

f J Moa,| people like clocks show in their I Ir 1' and' Steamboat lard, forced into the pacing free for all, a* be Agents for.tloeCelebrated
toe malt of their work logl. i* burrod in all this etHits for padre of

r,. greater a woman' mind the lees Un t11e taaka of ttiimmt bk ait* nave uses at l>4ro ..1l.t gives If he to the tw. minute horse that will
to thoBbU of drew.

1vI3W 21T11N11c aMTs3NT. tiWdoe 1w91bl4eaaea A. .T. BOS) .







u.\lm COUNTY AT TIIIJ J1X- everyone, wherever made, and I am Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

l POSITION.Mr. therefore heartily !in favor of them. THE ROBBINSiGRAHAiPaid C

Tours very truly

O. tt, doer, of West Palm Reach W. W.' R Baking

paired through Tltus llle Tuesday, oil dfoA l Up Capital $25,000.00,

his' way home from Atlanta, which he OPPOSITION TO TIIK ItOAI

I Informed us wu on quite a boom. He piiojixrr. I powder LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE,

had secured space for the Dade county

I exhibit, but he slid It WAR hard to get. The opponents of the project for build We have for sale a I large list of

t, lie managed to secure 1,100 feet of floor ing a shell road certainly Intend to win B30WTEI.Y PURE Indian River careful'
; and had a job to that. Properties
only, get
it4 I pace If they can. It seems a little strange,, ,
)I", At far us the ADVOCATE can learn, the however, that men whose taxes will not Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
t Surveying for the Proposed Shell Catching Tarpon at Dajtona. Z'I
j position ftftftlgned to Dade county li adJoining -
be Increased more than one dollar per Canal and Transportation Co! .
It the West Florida space, In the Issue bonds afford Itoail.
?I3 year by an of can to CANAL LANDS.Florida
I 1 Agricultural building. The exhibit neglect their usual occupations and Daytona section Is said to be good for .

; t "l from Dade county will consist principally travel up and down their district for The county surveyor, Mr,U. B. Burch- tarpon. The ADVOCATE Is asked to publish Lands.Southern Disston Railway Company, Jacksonville Indian Tampa River Loan Key and Went In\e Ra.lwj; om,'

',' [j r of tropical and semi-tropical plant several days getting petitions signed,, fief, Capt. K. A. Hardee, County Com the fact that on Tuesday morning, and other Low Priced Lands. tment.;.. 1'

t'.1,' One of the notable collections that will spending their time and money, when missioner John Houston and one man to near Dethune Point, Messrs. John Gibson? Money "to; LOan -AJ-'w/xyei oix1;

; /'f'II i j be brought from Dade Is an Immense they have so little at stake Why, we help the surveyor, arrived in Melbourne and J. D. Maley were fishing for tarpon. At Ten per cent, in turn to tutt 1J.

/I' pineapple plant display, that will con. know of men who have spent as much Tuesday, making the preliminary survey I After a while a silver king took the bait, Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Projrtiet.

'4 f tarn every variety of pineapple grown as a week of their time, and certainly for the proposed shell road. Capt. lIar. and for four hour and forty minute Titusville. Florida.
'" 1! on the East Coast of Florida. Besides some dollars in cold cash, In their dee Informs us that there has been no the above disciples of Sir Isaac Walton

r''' 11 the young pUnta to be shown, numbers efforts to oppose the road project, which trouble about right-of-way with the exception struggled hard before landing the prize.It .

J ; of those In bloom and fruit will be In of a few property owners at Is said to have been the finest sped
.. ; voluntary contribution to the anti-road
t the exhibit. movement amounts to more than all the Rockledge, where the old county road, men of the silver king ever seen In Day Fred S. Chaffee & Co.

!I." A large collection ft palmetto work additional taxes the road would Imposeon of course, will be utilized. They were tona; It measured Oft., 6in., and weighed ,, .

9 I t.i will also tvt m part of the exhibit. Cof them for many years to come. to reach Grant by to-night. People are 11 71 hi.

t .1\\ fee plants, sappodillos, mangoes, man If the advocates of the road project anxious for the survey to be finished

a ,. gustecn, alligator pears, West India paw would exhibit equal energy In pushing and are awaiting the proceedings and -4* TIlE CORNER DRUG STOR

.i R paws and cocoanuts will also be In the their side of the campaign and give as preliminary preparations with great Interest. Genuine Jlnrgatns In neal -
I il display. Another Interesting portion of .-Melbourne Times.
liberally of their time and means, we Estate. ]
exhibit will be the various goods -
IJ have no doubt as to what the result FLORID
manufactured the SemInole Indians ,
'I by
,I : would be.JCIISCH'M. No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock
1 la the Everglades. The hard woods, CHOICE =--- land at Sharpes POtofficei! : about 300 feet
,' full stock of
and and back to We try to keep a
found at Biscayne Hay along the front on Indian Kiver, runs
a kfcys, will occupy a prominent position llncliclors Party. county road; has upon It a house of six I Pure Fresh Drugs of Best Qay H

1 'I : ;I io the exhibit, as will\ also the various \.eI Pineapple Plants. rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000; Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very important matter
bam stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a
orchids and air plants! that abound In The bachelors' party to be given at the of 600 bearing trees, In fine Wall
;, In large or small Quantities. grove large Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Paper EtC'IEI
t I ?':' the Biscajne bay country and on the AI Fresco hotel, Jensen, Wednesday condition before the freeze, and will\ soon (
I .
East: Coast keys borne of the orchid evening, July 31st, promises to be the Enville Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, recover and bear good crop Remainder We run our Business In "Dp-to-Date" Methods. =====--- -
feature of the season The heroes are City, Golden Queen of land cleared, and Is of best quality for
"i, specimens. will be of exceedingly rare Prince Albert, Variegated vegetable farm. This property was held J3P" Special attention to mail ordeis. Wo will try and fill yoin want to rj
to be out In force and will
varieties. 'Changes will\ also be dls.I supposed Smooth Cayenne, Charlotte film at $0.000 one year : will\ sell today lust as well as If you called In person All orders for goods in stuck .hlppd
I played show their guests, the Benedicts, theyare KotliHchild, Kipley Queen, for .1,800; flfJOQ cash and $2,200 day they are received. We want your trade.

"j' ,: Mr. Idner has had considerable not to be "sneezed at" numerically, Jamaica Kipley.J3T" may remain on mortgage. This is a

;,( ,: trouble In getting a collection together, so to speak. They will be designated OltLANKO Orders de1\ve..etll'I'omptiy.OKAI'K\ A KIU:IT CO., location most desirable, close place to for postofflce a home, school, good,

I.f ; and made the hip personally to Bisrajne by a pink rosette, which will be fur. C. S. VAN HOUTEV, Treas. church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood. THE BEST FERTILIZERS c/

Bay! for that purpose nished at the door and worn until some Correspondence solicited. Orlando, Fla. The bare land alone Is almost worth the

I Mir foe shall compel Its surrender. price asked. With a Pare Bone Basis are Manufactured by the

'if Ii i, t OU.MONP IIKACII. Their full strength will be musteredIn No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof ,

the opening march, conducted by the 100,000 'HoYd Hd eight rooms, artesian well, large portion
::1 most confirmed of the order. An al cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel property
[ Our summer rexldents should certainly at barno, near Eau Gallie. The land L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER C tOP (
liance will bo established looking to the .Choice Home GrownPINEAPPLEPLANTS.. alone worth than
; r pay a hilt to this line beach, which has In more price we quote,
permanent good of the Interested par. $2,250.: The owner refused $;,000 a year
smooth hard surface for at least 23:
a ,
0.., 11 ties. An extract from the books of ago. lie must sell without delay, and PAWTUCKET, R. I.
miles and where the blcjclittt or horseman
( I ; Revelations: Lamentations and Exodus has authorIzed us to take f,2,2.jO1,2)0; ;
can enjoy himself to his heart's rash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. There Is nothing like Darling's Pineapple Grower to make line itt I
'I will be given In their order, when the _
i J f content. For surf-bathing, no better i affair will be concluded with jubilee 3. One hundred and thirtysixand plants, and solid, sweet, juicy fruit that will ship well. We also carry 'mil t]
;! place can be found on the East toast, Abbaka, Enville City, Smooth Cayenne, 85-100; acres of land at New Kiver. 50 and 94 per cent Sulphate Potash, Kainit, Nitrate Soda, Flour of Sulphur Bn|
,i i for It Is. nearly level and has. no under. by grand ChOI'UII."Horllell Golden Queen. Prince Albert, Variegated Three-quarters of a mile water front. Cotton Seed Meal, baled Tobacco Stems, Granulated Tobacco Stems and TH.|
o Smooth follows Lots 3 4 and bone for chickens B3T":: Write to us before buying elsewhere and saw i no.
"t ::1 tow. You may take long or short drives Cayenne. Finest plants! prompt Description as : ,
", on the beach or through the hammock; that are all legs are not good delivery 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Branch. Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla..
east. Trice $1,000 for the
i t, you may bathe or promenade the beach horses" Is quite a sensible remark. GEO. I. RUSSELL, range whole tract 42 or less than $7.50 per acre; Rear of 28 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main i,
Laura Streets. O. B. WEEKS Send for Pocket Memoranda
Orlando Fla.
I..! S shell- gathering: ., or_ you may flail _In n the___ or we will\ take $10 per acre In forty Agent rr
.I -r:: Write for pricoll.FOR ,
believe ---- -----
ocean or on the Halifax river. Hotel acre tracts. We a purchaser
To the of the East Const.M sell this land and double his
People can
Coquina stands upon a high ridge and money as soon as steamers beginto E. L_ :se:: :c .,
,. cointudmU: a grand view of the Atlantic run through the canal next
'. ... to nUT 1O.OOO Shark Skin. SALE.
a 0'r, Ocean, and those who stop at this well December. We own this land ourselves Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilize
known hostelry are certainly made feel I will pay fillets a piece for skins over but need money to develop other Hay ,
Oft. long; 20Us. under. Cash on delivery PINEAPPLE SUCKERS **# enterprises, hence offer It at a price ,
I I at homo by the pl'ol.rletorl-Mesllrl. at litusvllle, .St. Lucie and New which will\ Insure early sale. Buy this I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock oi
SeUcr &! Vliilug-uud their charming River, where I shall bo on or about Oct. laud and double your money. FI'uAnd
ii I f. young wives. Dancing, music, cards, 1st. The skins to be cut down the back . AND SLIPS. No. 4. The north three-fourths of Staple 4c Fancy 3riocciieH
from back of head to within foot
0\I diltlug/ tiding, surf-bathing, fishing,, of tail. Skins to be taken a off with or so as Egyptian Queens. southeast quarter of section 7, and of Food ProductsOf
h tut'tie hunting, shell gathering, etc., are little flash as possible, and no knifeholesIn lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south All Kinds. Also My Stock of
the umunumeuU offered for those who skin. I will\ also buy all the oil from Red Spanish.Pernambacos. of rango 41 east, containing 150:> acres. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Mea
This tract has a 'large frontage on the ,
Hotel the livcis-each shark will make about
top at Coquina but at the same
; St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad I
half-a-gallon. To make the oil, take out Ground Food and Wheat.I
time we should 1 advise those who own a White Antiquas. crossing. Trice $15 per acre. the house in the above
livers and fill a kerosene bbl. twothirdsfull am only on Indian River dealing exclusively ocj
,!i bicycle to take It along with them. of livers; stand in sun, in a dryplace. Finest and Best Suckers and Slips on No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township Goods. I buy clone, and wilt sell close. I invite your correspondent Ino"nj
(' ]Rates are low both at the hotel and on As the Iheis decay, the oil will Lake Worth. Prompt and quick deliv your patronage. Very truly
37, south range 41 east, containing 77
4 the train See I ptges 0 and 7. come to the top. Strain oil through ery. Writ me for prices acres. This tract has a quarter of a 33. L. :BnADT
t cheesecloth into barrel for shipment. K. It. PARKIS."At 1'ulin Beach, 1'1... -- -- --- -
mile front on the St. Lucie River at
;! ,. Among those stopping at Hotel Co-
Correspondence solicited. Stuart Station. Price $33 acre.
) juina last week were the following: COM. F. I). Hi'out;s, per
;,' ills Anna Tyler, New York City; Mr. Caie of henry Clews & Co., PINEAPPLE SLIPS. No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, DUREN & FEASTS

J. and Mrs.: Jno. Tierutj, L. C. Vaughan, New YoikCity. ..... fronting on Bigcayne Bay, at Ewanton
Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut
: r, i ", Orlando; Col. and Mis. Bainbridge, Miss Grove. Price $5,000. This price
'1 I: i; M. lUiubiulge, Lieut. C. (Woodward, >= but If will
California and Lemon seem high, you try buy any
l' Mrs Woodwaid, Mrs. M. A. War mi t, Orange land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS Francis H, Leggett & (|

Mrs A. :S. Major\ Mrs (t. W. Leggett, FOR SALE location, you will !get your eyes openedas
Budwood and Trees to prices asked in that section. This
Augustine; Jonathan: Brown and
tract Is the only desirable parcel we Fine Grocel ies.
Iwr: family, Maltland; Henry :Strunz, JesseE. Of the Following have left fronting on Biscayne Bay.
;' Cuitz, Walter Robbins, Pahtka. C The price asked, $ ,OlO() will yield us a

"' II. Walton, Titusville; Mr. and Mrs\ O.f ARILTlkW.: Navel, Valencia Late tat Egyptian Queen, fair profit, and we are satisfied that Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of lIlt"|
r'la. train or Harfl TardllT If preferred). Mail Smooth Cayenne nothing similar can be had at a much
Wade Welles, Mrs. M. li. Young, Louis hwwt Jaffa, HOWUMMM; 8utiuina, Ruby llloml I, higher price. This tract will no doubtbe
l ,:f J. Brumley, Ol'al"i; Mr. and Mrs H. D. Malta,hind Uancy Tangerine, HI Mliliael .Or- VARIETIES : Golden Queen, sold within a few weeks. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TI W ARE. -
t slices JlldKlllllllllullUIU and Malta oval. Order
li : Duller and children. Xaicoosee; J. C. IUU.' he fur at leant tutu each of the last twovartollei EnYille City
The true Llnbon lemon,Villa t rani a, No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres jy Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
Moral and family, S. Paul down, Jacksonville Eureka; : Kioal: Menlna, Itolair': 1'mulum; std I IO..ll'fII close to the depot and post office at Mal
r' j' ; Mr. and )(a'i. M. H. White, luiHirteil| Sicily Lemons.: HucU |:uMt|>alil andsets abar. Large house with upper and lower Very Truly, 3D\XXOX3. <*3 Fon-t
arrival' and _
iiumf.u Lion guaranteed rivmyof
takeu. All IIr
J. t.
.t Crescent City; Mr. and Mrs. (l. W. retrremv on aiiiilliatlon I Huila sects iwrlw now veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; In

+ Fisher, eLand; Rev. C. J. K. Jones, tar, >.loo t4.fr>ea.|*.u r I.INM wlthonler>, ,lUr, Address 8,1x10; ,. :Be I loin .(Jto class plants, and early delivery. Applyto etc.I fair repair Most, all beautiful the land river Is front cleared, lawn; 100 L. K. MI-NX, fwnt. g. G. VANLAJiDINGH, s.c. 1 r

I, ',11 Louisville, Ky.; H. Wilmshurst, Lou 1, 11. tIMMirR.: G. C. MATTHAMS, I large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This PHOENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.,
f. i 1i, don, Eng.: II. G. Hastings, Inteilacheu; (Cut this out for ref.) blttlvr.Calif Florida Pineapple Co., will\ make a nice home for anybody.

: 1 j Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Irwin, Pomona. Good neighborhood. Trice only$1250.00. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.acorporated .
West Palm Beach, Fla.JElflELERS .
Orange Lemon and Grapefruit NOTE-The above descriptions will [ October, 1804-SuoceMors to R. K.n.on &I c.

=1'" Purchase of ll'J.OOO: Acre, of STAMARI, \AIlU.TItS. I enable customers to locate the several Lath. Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed turn:
properties[ very closely by examiningone +
>; Muck La ml. Buds and Scions For Sale. 39 'l 4 of the J., St. A. A I. It. R'y com lumber Kept constantly dressed to order.on hand.Barrel Also heads special and bills covers of Ceiling and cypress, Flooring tanks and of ann w
pany's railroad maps, but we will be lIT
and I sw Lemon prepared at (t tar to furnUh loo, *S per eye 1,0ml'....I..>Orange ot taw. pleased to send 1 special maps on a large made as called for. All Kinds Oi MOuldlllgS, Turned and Scroll WSpeCljltj.

.. SeA Br.ttii, FLA.., July:?, l&Mi'tirt. ). than of any one *.>rl at tlinuxixl rate draiw- scale on application, to parties who One of our firms a contractor and builder of many years' exixraso
frult etc IwiU f9lwr lw> sic per l.ixi. (trance, mean business and Intend to buy, If they :
: ; GrthamA )Walton: IMmonandiratwrrult.cl.ms:| I (terminal grafu) CSTA.iLiSHCO UtlA can find such a bargain. want. that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the conitr
'I |jiwr too, flutter 1,0ml ito discount on lariteoruen they and building of all kinds of private and public edifices reasonable termi c
Gentlemen-I herewith enclose check fur acfoni. All buds. and .class I sent
& moat
GRAHAM Co. satisfactory cUew
manner. Call and
IHMI |>*lil to you, guaranteed to reach you In see us purchasing
for fl.50 for which send
me your paper (ood order Slav. had Urn Titusville, Fla. Sopct! ,
', for one year. I have read with much Interest nuKhljr undentand all detail. !\\t1.r.tI"D." Correspondence and Patronage
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ured. Term: Cash with Unler. Send ---- -- ---
: and pleasure two copies of the your......... for future delivery,au 1 uiay lie pro'aired on HOG&
to 1111 order Just *hen wanted. Get your RICHARD. GOODE. JAMES T
ADVOCATE, while sojourning on the bode l and Kloui front reliable aourcet.Addrwt DI11ID"
beach, and am convinced that the Interests : C. B. III'RGESS, Notary Public

of IDy father and myself In Brevard JU'.e........ Calif.I .
t kinds Refeienr.: O. H.Norton, O 1>. TIt Florida Real Exclmiijy
will bo Estate
county materially by Its ford F W Karaite }lustre. I la. ,
( perusal.Mr. ('alUe.l4Reference: tceng.Growers "Rank
T, t. Affott. I*.M.. M. R. Van Fleet. Well r'UfaLxpne
I A. O. Russell, of Cincinnati, 0., *agent Rlvenlde, Calif -
recently purchased from the state 112,000 At AXTHOXY BROS., Write us for de dee

acres of muck lands In Bretard county- Florida Grown Trees. THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE. FLA. POSTOFFICE BOX 1OO. -
Just back of the Indian River, opposite FLA.
Sebastion-and I have taken up my MELBOURNE Brevard Co.. _

residence In Florida for the purpose of FIRST-CLASS BUDDED r ---------

I' reclaiming which will.and., asked colonizing for as it soon, bids as our for Orange, Grapefruit, Seedless Lumber and House Building Materials, *

maps and data are ready, when we will ,
t call on dredging contractors to send in Grapefruit and Lemon Trees Nails
-8.I w Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement
a their re<)UMtl for our specifications.I -FOR; SALE.- : ,

notice many comments pro and vn AU A Xo. 1 Florida growu. Our stock Builders' Hardware
\ regarding a new shell road through Bre- not injured by freeze. Buy Floridagrown ,

I I I 4 ward county, and, while I do not know trees; better trees and at less :*
: Its location money than can be had outside of the Th.I.U"* River le very attractive. at this point' .i>leoiliJ ..ain*..U> The land It Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Spec
prehwd or what direct btate Call on or address, I kiU|>i..d |<> l-iuejm.le*an,I "nherri .It*. >nJ Uintuuvl. ai Auk.wa. JUIt' north of the celebrate
( t I l*>4> &t we way derive from It, ant surer r.EO. II. wiuoiiT.OrUndo :Herman(Inn.' TU. J.,Bi A Jt I. K K r rum through the property, making shipping Uttlitiei C. F. PADDISON, -
i uuiurpa>i d Fur|>artUulan address tun cease.ARTIrfR,
I i that pod( roads are a great benefit t. Oa D. I'fcKKIN: *, >.. hares, Cou, TITUSYILLE, FLA., and EAU G.\.i.u.( i ,

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