Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
February 1, 1895
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v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).

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East Coast advocate
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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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9. No. 26. TITUSV'ILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, F] ]. 3. 1 1895..: =>,5c. I

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LOCAL NEWS head Till Column Carefully. -Miss Bishop of Daytona was visiting Several!" local Items of Interest are -Mr, Gus P. Anthony left for Georgia 1tNlTllllt WI'UUISU.: o
friends at The Ormond on Sunday crowded out of this Issue. yesterday, on a business trip )
, id Topics of General Interest.The ty-: Advertisements on this (first) -Mr. W. II. Harris has been spendingsome -Mr. ('00. D. Bain of St John's -Mr. J. V. Pllklngtou, of Louisville, At LaGrange church, on Wednesday, i

page are ten cents per line per week, and days In Sanford, where his wife New Brunswick, Is now at Jensen Ky., was In town the first the week.Mr. Jan. :tO, at three p. the Kov. W.N. .
continued from week to week unless Carl'h'
are I
Chaudoln Mr. 'chtsis'h and
i ,
man who Is first to fall otherwise ordered. Heading notices! on hal been quite 111. Conductor E. C. Dearborn's: genial F. A. ChappeU' of La Grange, Miss Julia Feaster marriedIn
rise but the first live cents -Don't the road meet- countenance Is again seen on our streets 'II'uln town yesterday and gave us a relations
When a panic begins to any page are per forget county the I'rcll..n"tof the and Immediate -
Is the man who takes In sail line each Inseitlon.WIIFRR ng at the Opera house on Monday even- -Mr. D. It. Matheson loft for Jacksonville Peasant call. nelglilvors of the bride's family.

When he ought; to advertise.Mr. ng. I Wednesday' and returned jesterday. -Mr. John Want and Miss Mary Waid, Although this wedding, no doubt will

to stop. See list of hotels on -Mr. Harold E. Trower, one of Jack of Newark, N. J., ,,'rr.ln town the first be a surprise to many of their friends! It

J. S. Watson was iu St. August- our 4th and 7th pages. onville's prominent merchants, left for I Judge J. S. Cochran anti Mr. F. E. of the weekMrs hall Wen known to the AIOOOATK': for
time The date of tho
I the first of the week. London, England, on Tuesday. I IMr. Heath, of the Dummitt grove, weioln It. J. McCarthy, of New SmYI'D:1: some riage and t l'n81. "" other little thing mar I IIncl.l..ntlll

MCHICAL instruments and strings, at J. A. Henderson, of the East I tow n yesterday. hiss teen In town a few days this week, thereto, had been planned for
-:\1r. Tom Decker has purchased the Anthony Bros., Titusville, Fla. :20-2( Coast Canal Co., St. Augustine, passed -The Government lighthouse tenderWlstcrli visiting Mrs. S. H. Ray.Mrs. some time.

ling racer of Mr. A. S. Thompson. Tit WORK of all kinds done by Ray A through here Monday on. his way to : has leer at Cape Canaveralthis W. E:. HasHctt of St. Louis, 'I'ho bride Is n very charming young

Dr. F. II. Houghton, of Columbus, Day hardware merchants Titusvllle. White City. week. Site expects to return to Mo., tetiirned to town yesterday, from lady, and U the daughter: of the late Mr.
has arrived at Daytona for the sea- Vice-president J. R. Parrott an.1upt. Jacksonville to-day, her trip to Lake Worth Jacob N, Feaster, of La Grange, whose
OFT your (carpets etc., from II. E. Clark recent death caused tho absence of !
R. T Hoft'rehlrn8(1 to St.
-Mr.( Jerome Twleholl of Kansas ; -Mrs. Oregson, of North Tltus\llU,
38 West street Jacksonville.STOP had been
Miss Jesse Keller, of Daytona, left Bay on Saturday last, from their trip C'lty Mo., sold his LaGrange! orange left here Monday inoinlng on a visit to prenFonsly

1'auatkalast Saturday, on a week's at the City Barber Shop white south grove to Mr. Bieitwlsch\ of the latter I friends In Sanford, her former homo. Mr. planned.llreltwlsch Is the son of Mr. Call

it to friends. barbers. Razors honed. -We acknowledge receipt of a noticeto place, on Tuesday. -H. Ranson desires us to say to his Hrcltwlsch, a well-to-do manufacturer

What do you think about the road DUD blanks lOc. each ; .1.00: per 100, at mariners, which gives the changes Oen'I. Pass. Agent (1. 1>. Ack..rlYI, ileiulswlio may wish to drop him a of 1 IMIIt'I'Ian.1 engines at Cologne: Germany
stlon. Make yourself feel whichever the ADVOCATE office. the Indian River post lights. It is too of the J., T..IQ: K. W. railway line, that his. present address Is Talla- and Is the only memlver of his

0 you take in the discussion. Jfl.u Ki. has lots of nice clothing lengthy for publication in this Issue. through here Monday afternoon on his hassle, Fla.Mr. family In this country, where he ha
to Rockledge and Jupiter. U'en a little over two Hit was of
-.We have had some very warm days shoes hats, neckwear underwear, etc., -The engine of the morning train on way and Mrs I. K. Itiockllehl of years and I left homo
rt week, which made our northern I that he will sell cheap for cash. the J., T. & K. W. railway, went oil the -Dr. W S. Graham left hero Veiling, Iii., hate boon enjoying tliem- a nee loving the wuild(disposition, trawling all over Germany
track at the switch on Saturday last, amidthe lout for West Palm Bench businesscunnected selves Indian
ends think it was summer : on on River for some dajspast
WAITED naphtha launch. Address and visiting most of the large !
did oft'Intll about .
passengers not get with the firm of Robbins, Graham
Miss F. R. Smith, of Detroit, Mich. Jas. E. Andrews, Beulah Cottage, : 11 o'clock.Mr.) & Mon cities\ In this country, lauding at LaGrange
Chillingwoith returning on
added Eden Fla. Mr. R. T. fatten alnuit two where he
another charming young lady : traveling agent of years {
Oimond' society this winter. B. F Ives, of Philadelphia, who day.Mr. the South Florida Railway, 11'1111111 town has now cast anchor for good\, lie Is a
Fort first class shoemaking and repairingcall hall been stopping at La Grange with his Anderson, one of the popular piorieters a slioit while Wednesday, on his way to memlur of time firm of "','alller.\- Bit Itwlsch -
-.Mr. C. J. Hector and Mrs. I. M. on J. A. Daughtery at Mr. Nolie'sold family dining the past two or three [> of the Oimond, passed through Palm Reach which commenced In the meat
d's little son, of Melbourne, were Inn stand, Titusville, r la. weeks office a pleasant call on business last
gave our here Fridiy list: on his way to the Royal at LnOrango, summer.
a few hours the first of the week. A FIVE: assortment of evaporated fruits Tuesday Polnclana\ Palm Bench.\ lie returned Capt. J. M. Paine of Minneapolis, The AnvooATr, In common with their ;

?. Mr.. and Miss L. P. Tibbals, who equal to any In town-at Duren & -Mr. W. L. Thomas: of Valdosta Oa., home Monday. where Minn..,ho left will for spend Cocoa some on Sunday weeks with last, many friends, wish them a happy and

I'nt 1 some time at Ormond, had to lento Fcaster's, Titusville, Fla. arrived town Monday for the purposeof -Mr. T. A. Snider and party were at its wife and family. plosporous join'ney through life.

i New York, owing to the illness Tire AND limos WORK of all kinds done looking after his grove; and other Interests Daytona the first of the week, en route tIr.
Mr. Tibbals.Mr. by Ray Day, Titusville. Write them In this section lie gave us a toOinumd. Mr.( Snider Informed us he -The Rev J. T. Huntlngton and bissou Eau Gallie.

-. C. II. Walton spent from Satury when you need antiling In that line. short call on Wednesday.Mr. ,,'ol1ltll'eturn to Tltusvlllu In a week or arrive Harry: In, of Tltusvillo Hartford about, Conn.time, expectsto first of

until Monday at The Ormond. Or- OTsTERs-For the finest and freshest Joseph Richardson Mrs. "', C. two. next month ) W. II. H. Gloitson took a trip to j ,
"nd, as the guest of Messis. Anderson fish and oysters call at Smith's les- Pitman, of Jacksonville; and Miss Roberts -We are pleased to note that-follow Jacksonville last Monday'
B Price, the proprietors taurant, railroad harf. Titusville. of Kenova, Pa., passed through ing the example of the Fl.iglor Railway, -Maxtor Claude Walton Is still dangerously Mr. and Mis. E. G. Vlvull have gone
I- .Mr. John Tillman of Quitman, Ga., here Friday h"t. on their way to Rock- time J., '1'. & K. {V, Is distributing free, 111, but with three physicians\ north on a short trip. ;
COME and see tho nice new line of crock- seed ittendnnte, we see him recover.
of to
and Palm Beach. nearly 2,000 pounds vegetable
|rived In town on Saturday night'sKtin ery ware we have on hand. Duren & ledge the growers of Florida. lie has been lit : J'O I weeks The schooner A. J. P. Is aground In
and left Monday afternoon for the Baiinnii liver. I
Feaster, Titusville Fla. Business like checkers game In '
Is orange grove at Tillman.If which victory Is to the player most -The Right; Rev Wm. Crane Gray, -Maj. St. Clair Abrnms has boon In' Mr John Green, of "Sarno, returned
want to the road As usual Julius Kline U again before skilled\ In the Intricacies of proper 1>. I)., Bishop of the Missionary Jurisdiction Tallahassee this week In connection from Now lurk on :Saturday's train.A .
-- you see county the public with a fine line of shoes of "moves." And the "move" for of Southern! Florida, will preach with the Packwood murder case, which
proper broken caused the derailment
known if
nit desire
make coupling
'n't, favor the your road give your; reason you all kinds, which hn will sell cheap for the business man Is to advertise at the Episcopal church, Titusvllle, on came11' for aigunieiit In the supieimicourt of a box car on the northboundfreight
cash. Tuesday: evening, Feb. 5th.Mr. on Wednesday.After .
hy. Iell rs. T. S. Taffln E. )I. Staker, Monday evening.
HOUHE for tent on river front, between A. Brady and his niece Miss\ a delay df a month Govouior ,
I Mr, and Mrs. Geo. E. Andrews of A. J. Seamon, O. Heikle and (I. Tho real estate business of Mr. John
den- visitors to town residences of Mr. S. F. Gray and Mr. of Wheeling;, W. Va., who arrived In Aline Egger: who have been Ip'UtIiUIflev..ral Mitchell has offered a reward of .2(1)!< for Axplnwnll removed, this week, to the
were pleasant on Woodward. Apply to Robbins & Graham town Monday hired the yacht Yankee months Belgium, France and the capture of the Huhhnnl brothers for now office near the railroad station.
li calla
last the ADVOCATE
Iday giving a Titusville. Doodle, and left on a (hunting and fishing England, were In London when last the murder of Pvicy Line In /South: Jack" 1
returning home. Mr. and Mrs. T. C..1'alne of Asht.v-
heard from and about to leave for sonville.
down Indian River Tuesday.Mr. were
of fine New trip on I
WE have just a car
the fifth anniversary
I home. buts, Ohio, celebrated 1'
Mr. Gus P. Anthony our popular
York State Irish potatoes, and are prepared Philip J. Dwyer Mrs. Jan. Mc- -The ADVOCATE would be glad to get of their wedding, Monday evening )
'ling jeweler to town, Satur- to supply growers with seed pota- Garry Miss Mr. G. Baldwinand -S. Ryder one of the pioneer mer a postal card from every sutisrrlbor urreader
liy. last, from his trip to West I'alm Mr. a1Ir... Wheeler and Mrs. !Seers
toes. Duren & Feaster, Titusville. Miss Falco were a jovial party who chants and hotel men of Indian River who pays taxes In llrevard ,
leach and other points along the East"allt. of Rochester, N. V. on Capt.Bennett's .
USE Ilippard's bread for health. One arrived at Hotel Indian River, Rock for many years located at Kockledge, Is county, stating how they stand on the are guest
Imouae buat for
slice calls for another. Graham and ledge, last Saturday. Mr. Dwyer's brother on the lake with his family, en route to road question. ; -
I Mr. T Howard Knight, who recent- whore he locate. few days.
Is the owner of the above hotel. Biscayne Hay, expects -
blown bread fresh daily at IIlppard'sbakery. -Mr. W. II. Hauls has sold out all
sold! his fine Sebastian
at tor.
a property .-Tropical Sun. Rev. W. C. llarne will hold Episcopal
his Interest In his .
store to Messrs.Christopher .
Moore, of Chicago, is now at the -Miss\ Hattle Hale, who has been grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis II. Lawrenceand A Welghtman wholesale\ svrvlce at the casino neltSun.IA/ ) morning
lew several months with her uncle i
Orleans medl- spending
need tin
University, studying RKMEMIU that when
: : any
you 10 JO communion. All
at : holy are
Dr. W. H Booth who have been merchants of Jacksonville Mr, Steve ;
ineI or Iron work done at any point on Indian and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Triav. of on
returned a cruise In the new yacht recently built Geiger Is now In charge as manager I Invited.
Duval street Jacksonville to
Worth &
-Mr. John Green who has been In River or Lake Ray Day E
lew York and other cities during the Titusville, are the ones to do it Titusville last Friday night, and reported by Capt. John Simonson, spent from -St. Clair: Hotel Green Cove "Springs, Our town will mourn the loss of another
list three weeks furniture having had a very enjoyable time while Saturday until Monday at The Ormond Is now for guest Tourists and family shortly. We are sorry to )
purchasing Do not fail to call and examine Julius and then left for other parts of the state but for one
fc" for his new hotel and cottages, Kline's fine stock of clothing which Is away. others would do well to pay this delightful see anyone go away, every
i mused through here, Saturday last, on neat and fashionable. Owing to the -Arbor Day. This (Friday) after- -Tourists, attention! The Harlan place a visit on their arrival or before that goes Hire new one come.

lit way home to Sarno. bard times he will dispose of these noon, at two o clock, there will be various hotel. Lake Helen a very nice and comfortable they leave .'lor"l"",. See ad. on 4th pageof The cold snap predicted for last Sunday 1

I Senator M. S. Quay, of Beaver, Pa, goods at a low price for cash. exercises, planting of trees, etc., by holier, Is now open under the this Issue failed to materialize. The thermometer
I issed through here Saturday last, on the scholars attending 1 Titusville publicschool management of Miss S. Kemp who Is Quite a pleasant party was given at showed above sixty all day
li 10 way to his fine winter residence att. To LET a fine brick store In the ADVOCATE and all who take an Interest In also proprietress of the Victoria hotel, the residence of Mr. a.ulltlrs. B. F. Ives and at night climbed still higher.

Lucie. He will\ enjoy himself catcliI block, Titusvllle. Excellent location the welfare and education of our town Ash bury Park, N. J. Read her ad. on at La Grange, Wednesday night, sod Work Is progressing the new bridge,

i:B tarpon and other fish while on Indian Possession may be had at children ale requested to be present 4th page of this Issue. among those present from a distance and It Is expected to IoU completed lu Jweek's
liver, once. Apply to Robbins A Grahamor Delightful has been the weather this were the Misses\ Hardee, of Hockled e.
-Through pressure on our space last tlmo. Mr. Treutler f Is giving *
I Mr. J. F. Ballard of Boston, Is In C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE office, week we left out a report of the trial of week. On Tuesday the government All report a very enjoyable time. whole time and attention to the woik.

urge of about 18 tourists sent out by Titusville. Mrs. McFadden formerly of Melbourne thermometer registered 73 degrees In -The Itev. F. ('. Bayllss, who resigned Gallle Melbourne
of Eau
Let the -
11 Raymond and Whitcomb tourist I YACHT Fwd SALE.-Yawl rig, 32 feet Judge Clark gave her two years In the the shade In Titusville which was three Ills position here a short time agn, exect and mayor lltusvllle before, the
1'ency, They have gone to Tampa and long 0 feet beam 2 feet draft, cabin Georgia penitentiary for forgery. Mrs. degrees higher than at any Weather [> to leave for Orlando t.o-morrow'l commissioner appear at their next
tuba, and will be on Indian River and accommodates four, now In commission McFadden was known as Mrs HIcken, Bureau station In the United States.Well from there he will go to KustU, where county of
laic, Worth in about a fortnight with complete equipment. W. Mrs. White Mrs. Lyons, etc., etc. As may our northern visitors call It he hams been appointed to a charge by good meeting, and road.agitate the building a

I Messrs. M. F. Dwyer Richard Cro- II. Browne, Cocoanut Grove, Fla. there was no direct charge against Hick beautiful weather on Indian Ulver. Itishop Gray. Many of his friends regret I county
he his departure. Capt Bill!* Munn, of the Eau: Gallle
en, was ,
li schooner :
'I i and Joe Vendlg have been on a MONET. We want money to loan on first -The lll" avne, Captain I
lilting excursion down In the neighbor- real estate mortgages. Ten percent B. Corey, of Boston, a member of Harry J'ozzard, arrived here lust week -There will\ he a meeting at the opera i baseball dub, has been considerably his
worried the Illness dog
b'>jtl of st. Lucie and Fort Pierce, and free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden the Canaveral Club, which owns a big from Biscayne Bay, and brought up with house nu Monday night, to discuss: the over of
I' said to have made some good & Sanders, Titusville and West I'alm shooting reserve near the head of Mer- her 2V crates of fine tomatoes, which merits and demerit of a shell road Prince who issufferings recurrence had
bite lIe
| 'lies.I Beach, Florida. rltt's Island, Is hunting in the neighborhood were Immediately forwarded to New through Brevaid countv. Mayor B. It. I the effect of a rattlesnake a

Mr, Jas. P. Vinlng one of the of the Hillsborough I river, twenty- York, where they were sold at W a crate Wilson will\ preside. All those In favoror I year ago.
1 Ii> ,proprietors of Hotel Coquina, who popu-Isr SLOOP for Sale; new, dry and seaworthy. five miles south of the foot of LakeWorth. This schooner also brought up a cocoanut against the shell road are requested i Capt Mclntyre, on the Courtney
t seldom In anything but a happy Just the boat for a cruising party of lie has a complete outfit of five tents tree In full bearing, and two large to be on hand to give their views brought a party from Rockledge aim

. ante of mind, Informed an ADVOCATE three or four. Model hull for, tixltt the, next and and last week his wife and family, who pineapple plants, whose appearance' very -Mr. and Mrs II. )L Klagler, who Cocoa last Friday. The , decked over. A bargain of the Polnclana visited clearly Indicate the state of the mercury be laid for the present, the Delia to
|" "'i-sentatlve, on Sunday last, that he Address Samuel Welch, I are guests Royal have been spending some weeks at the up
few days him In lie is on the special trackof In South Florida.-Times-Union. remain on her present run, where she
p Hug quite a* good a business at pre- Fla. camp. loyal I Polnclana returned to St.
|,n' as he was doing the same time last Titusville, I some of the big panthers that Infest -Capt. J. B. Smith of Tropic, was In tine on Monday for the purpose Aultutl-I give good satisfaction.
h He looks on the bright side of WE now want money to loan on first that particular region of the Immense town yesterday. lie ha the contract to tending the A ntlerlUn- Owner of property have been notified
! j1'i' 'IL'V and II I waiting for the big rush mortgage on real estate. Loans net hunting grounds between Lake Worth build a yacht for Judge J. S. Cochran, ding which took place at Trinity church to build a sidewalk: from the Intersectionof
t I1 1 wrists during Lent lender ten per cent free of all ex and Bay Biscayne.-Tropical Sun owner of the famous Dummitt orange Tuesday morning.Mr. I pineapple avenue and ninth street to

I I Mr Wm. Thornton who ha had penses. Interest paid seml-annually. I Notwithstanding the freeze our merchants grove, a former owner of which got mar A. I. Root, editor and pnblUber the bridge across Eau Galll river. Mr.
i [I ,m of Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson'i lumber Absolute safety. Robbins & Graham are still aware that they need to ried at Kocklwlge this week. It I I. to bea of Gleanings In Bee Culture, of Medina, I It. Mat( er. Is the ouly one yet comply

| u this place for several months, Co., Titusvllle\ Fla. advertise If they have anything to sell New Haven sharpie model, 2tift long 0.I was In town Wednesday, accompanied ing.

I I I "La to leave here Tuesday next, for FOR SALE-New three-room cottage In and want public patronage. The attention The Judge will use It in connection with by his daughter.; H* brought him The luhooner Bristol Capt. {Yeller. r 4
I I ""rae In Talladega, Ala. He will South Titusville\ with front and back of our readers Is drawn to the ads. the orange business. Capt Smith will wheel down with him, and he Is makinga left for Rockledge; on Tuesday Mr. r.. i
I 'bly locate at Atlanta In the futuie.v porch; brick foundation fine and fire of those prominent merchant who have build the boat at Eau: Gallic and expect tour of the East Coast lie left I A. MIIHeken of Wakefield Park Mass,
nany friends whom Mr. Thornton place. Also lot, M>xlJO. Cost $850. been advertising their goods In the ADVOCATE to have it completed some time next Wednesday afternoon, fur Lake Worth will meet her there with a party of

I ained In this town and those at For terms address Samuel Welch from week to week; and also to month. and other points. lie visited Mr. Andrew friends, for a cruise along the East
f','h' -urne and Eau Gallic regret his box 94, Titusvllle, Fla. Photograph the new ads of the Pbomlx Mills Lumber -General Daniel I). Wylie, Dr. I.a "Froscher' place at La Grange Coast.
| < rture Capt It P. Paddison will forwarded on request Co., Titusville; and )Feaster Breit- Roche, W. J. Hazlewood, U. F. Downing while In town
F' he lumber business here for his con. and second-hand winch, La Grange wholesale and retail and W. J. La Roche, who have been fishIng -Baker.t Holmes wholesale dealersIn Mr. E. )f. Ooodll<< of Portland, Me.,
BICICLE*-new dealers In Florida meats. Both these and hunting on Indian and Illllsboro stopped here Wednesday morning en
[ nere ha* been some change made sale and for rent. I have the agency ads will be found oo our 8th page river, the Haulover and ) grain, Hour cottonseed meal and fertilizers route to Lake Worth on the E. M. U.
[' schedule of the J. T. A K. W. for the Columbia Sterling, Wllhelmes i goon left for the north on Monday. of Jacksonville have opened a ThOM who made the acquaintance of his
[ .'.y and the Indian Rive Steamboat (Readings) and Crescent; also a few -Col. William P. Cralgbill, corps General Wylie was formerly a memberof branch .. Titusvllle, a"I" 111 also sister-in-law, Mrs. I. (i. Goodall, who
ladle and United States engineers left Friday handle at this point crate material of all
[ any this week but wheel to rent, gentle ,
the management Gov. Hill'\ staff and Is an Intimate wa a resident of our towi. )at winter
I not think It worth their while tor men' Will sell wheels to responsible morning, accompanied by Maj. Thomas friend of President Cleveland. They intend descriptions a* well a* seed. They will b* saddened to learn of the lady's
them Into this office. A* far a* we parties on easy terms, or very reasonable H. Handbury, corps United States engineers visiting friend In Washington, en opened tbl morning with a full line of death soon after returning north last
Write call A. S. In charge of the Improving of grain flour awl fertilizers and bean
f earn a new train, the Indian River for cash. or on route home. This visit Indian ;
r .SI. ha been placed In service, leavP' Thompson. Omce at the Avera Grocery Florida' riven and harbors, to Inspectthe winter. party crates will arrive next week. Their year.
t Jacksonville at 10:43: a. m., and art Co.'* store, Titusvllle, Fla. work DOW being done under the River every terms will be In all case cash with the Eau (Galll churchmen are somewhat
t '-' 10 Titnsville at 4.-00 lI'lthmaD major's supervision by the United State -The Nassau Guardian says: "HI ; order Tbey tblak that by saving the surprised to notice that the Right Rev.
r parlor buffet can p.m.and day of th. bet advertising engineering snag-boat Suwaanee, on the Honour the Administrator ha been Informed extra expense attached to a credit business i W. C. Gray, bishop of South Florida, In
P lea, without change, from Jackson10 The ADVOCATE I* one Coast Indian River northward of Jupiter Inlet by cable that Sir Wm. lUyne- stationary, book-keepor and lowie I his Episcopal appointment, completely
Titusvllle, making direct conr medium on the East by dredging the canal of the East Coast Smith has been appointed governor of from bad accounts that they can give Ignore our city, wbll visiting almost

;'"> with the through steamer of -We acknowledge receipt of a very Canal company to the width required by the Bahamas. The date of HI* Excel price that will more than compensatefor I every other place, large or small oa the
Indian River Steamboat pretty Illustrated almanac for 1805, cent congressional act upon the completionof lency' arrival here I I. not yet tiled. the Inconvenience of sending a check East Coast! One year ago, at the time
t affording daily through service company via out by the Gazette, an excellent weekly the company's agreement with the Sir Wm. /fa nes-Smith has been governor every time person want a barrel of I of his appointment, he visited us, aniladministered
p Indian River to Lake Worth. There paper published at "Frankford Pa. On state Lieut. David D. B. Galllard and of the Leeward Island since November Hour or a sack of corn. If you don't confirmation to more applicant
also arrive In Titusvllle another the front page U printed a fine view In Lieut Albert M. d'Arml&, corps of 1808. He WM called to the Bar, know the amount of freight to your station than at any other town south of

u "' at 7.30 p. m. daily, except Sunday. color, of Ann HaUiaway1 cottage Strat- United States engineers left Saturday Middle Tempi In 1803; Solicitor General send enough and they will remit Titusvllle. We should like to be remembered
I out-goinjr train will leave Titusvllle'acksonvUl ford-on-Avon England. Ann Hathaway for the lower Indian River In connection British Gulna Il1l; Attorney General you the difference. Drop them a portal by the bishop and hope to have
r and Intermediate points wa the wife of the world-renowned with the above mentioned work.St 1874 and administered the governmentof card with tour address, and they will th* pleasure and satisfaction of his prow

tlim. and 11. 0 p. m- Wlfflam Shakespeare. Augustine cor. T.-U. that colony, In 1884 and 1M7." send you t price list nee at one of our service





Ormond until later. stranger I I. liable to get lost; but, West
Steamship Co.
At the justly-popular Royal Polnclana Palm Beach I I. certainly a marvel. Bro. Clyd

there were 400 gutsts lat Sunday, and Gardner, of the Gazetteer still hold the

among them Rome very prominent people fort lie publishes a newsy, *eml-wee

h t we noted Mr and Mr*. II. M. ly sheet; while Bra Metcalf of the

Flagler, also Me...... J. E Tropical Sun ha just moved to the new

Geo. F. Miles and Jos. Inraham'l Lake Worth metropolis, and expect to J
gentlemen who have charge of several launch the Sun as a trl-weekly possibly l r

Important branches the Flagler enter. There are lively\ times ahead, for vt.

rrlll Mr. Parrott had been there the fear there I I. hardly room for two paper

day before, and Mr. McDonald, who ha at Welt Palm Beach and something

charge of all )Ir. Flagler't building oper will have to give way

atlons on Lake Worth, was also on hand The Dade County State Dank I I. bull.

,. Mr. Anderson, one of the managers of Ing a neat structure on its excellent lot, j

Ma Adams. the Ormond, Major Tlandbury and LieutHalliard and will open a branch In a few day. \ New York:, Charleston and Florida l.inr ,

of the United States Engineers Mr. A. W. Robert, real estate dealer, 'vSOJfETNLNG
Corps, Meiwrs. Lee and Fitzgerald U. S. Is also building an office, and will move
is Good TO REJfB3IBEll, The magnificent Steamships of this Line are
steamboat Inspector, Capt. Evan I'. to the west side very shortly ae
Howcll, of the Atlanta Constitution, end Robblns, OrahAm A: Chlllingwoit if you're a weak or ailing woman : I pointed to sail as follows :

Makes Pure Blood many other well-known people were have moved their office from Juno-th -that there's only one medicine 110 Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways. I
sure to help that it can be
the beautiesof of Dade the you CT11tDA aD TltllI:.),
pending Sunday, enjoying county seat -to new metro- (
It's Dr. Pierce's Favorite
guaranteed From New York, From"\III
Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated. Lake Worth, as gneats of Mr. Merrill. pour Prescription. In buildingup (1'1et28, E. R) STEAMER: Charletton A N,'wlel
The parlors and sitting-room of tlil The city wharf III l completed and Is a Jan. 28, at S no u..rlfFROKEE. Similar, >
C, I. Hood & Co., Lowell Man: overwoikeu feeble delicate Monday p 'E',1''
< : : \
: :
: ::::
\eunexlay, jO, at :no p m SKtIAMPEK Tuewlav, r ,
"It li with plramire that I give you the details magnificent hotel were fairly well flllet] credit to the town. "
IV. ,
Ihnrmlay S
men or in female complaintor Frl.lav, Feb. 1, at I no p m AU.oxqi il'
of our little Mar'i ilckom and her return to during the sacred concert 'on Sunday The Flagler Railway Co. Is enclosing any Monday, 4, at S:no p m ,8rMI\Ol:. Suntlay, 10, : 'n::
health br the use of Uood'i Barupnrllla. She weakness, if it ever fails to bene- \N e at 3 on p ma IKIHjl'IIHHrlCOhf .. Tiiemlavr: ,
wee taken down with night, but not crowded; arid the four Its tracks In the bunlneM part of the fit or cure have r.t'la1.: : at 3:in p m (' R Thursday, 14; mp:
you your money .... YEMASSEE..Rnndev, ,
11, at S on m 17. "
Fever and a Bad Cough.; hundred 1 people who sat down to a pci town, and making many other Impiovcmcnts. back. It's an invigorating, restora- eilnemlajr Monday lt: at 3.00 p p m .AUIOMJI .T1IeM.."', .. Ii'" 11.1"Ia, ,

Following this a lore came on her right tide between feet dinner in the brilliantly-lighted and tive tonic, a soothing and ttrcngtlening Friday MondavVetlnemlay., 11" IK 11,, at at 3 3.n:no p p m m.SEMiSn1.F1::::: 1RnNil'Orit.,:.. ThiinMlay.Sunday, :: :l: ai rt ,:' ::

the two lower rlbi. In a ihort time an spacious dining room made a beautiful The Town Council Is well organize nervine, and a safe and certain \ 20, at 3.00 1'11I .('HEfttnKEF.Tueedav. .". 2u. ,II ":!II1t
other broke on the left tide. She would take Friday, It V. at 3,nn I'm" .. YIMAPSKK..Thursttay! 21, .u -'IIH'
scene, and were unanimous In their and In operation It I la winning the respect fcr woman's ills and ailment .
remedy ,
1""lIlof" lore mouth and when we had lurceed- Monitor; 29, at p no..AIAiU\tll'i N. .Pnn lay, :Mart.. 3, .f ''
ed In orercomliiK this she would mitler with attack opinion that, take It all-in-all for table) ) of Jie citizen, and the town III !!. It regulates and ,promote ednoday, 11, at 3,00 p m. .8ElIlI OLE..Tue8<1ay, 5, .lIjl"'j t
of high frrrr and expel" tlmidr I looking location and I all that fast Its character. all the function
corruption Her head wee affected and matter rooms, service losing tough proper ImproveS
oozed from her era After each' attack the bellood'ssli goes to make up a perfect hotel, the The saloons are no longer the noisy; digestion, enriches the blood, dispe Philadelphia and Jacksonville] Linos.

Royal PolnrUna Is perfect and just a turbulent resorts of disreputable crowd. aches and pains, brings refreshing
a Cures service between Jarkminvllle and Philadelphia calling at Charleston. *
Weekly :
little ahead If anything In the state- but fairly good older Is everywhere ob sleep, and restores health and fast freight; Steamship ..Ouel..." and ", ul"n" are appointed to Bail a* follow: c 1\

came wore and an treatment failed to Hire herrellif served strength.In .
not excepting the famous group at St. FROM riin.ADKiriilA. STEAMSHIP. FROM JACKw \\itu

Alter the until bad we taken liricnn one to lI.ellood'l-1cif, bottle we HartapitrUla.could ire Augiiktine. As the guest dt'lIl1rteelfrom The Ice factory Is doing a fine bua. all the chronic weaknesses! and Saturday, January 20th ONEIDA . . . Friday, Febrnai) h:

that she wa better. W. continued' until ahe the dining-room after dinner each trees, and the Park Cottage and Seminole disorders that afflict women, it :is Saturday, February 2nd. . .I5O\VDEN. . . . Friday Fel.rnarv M!
had taken three bottle Now she look like
Saturday, February Oth .. . ONEIDA..Fr'iday, Febl'uan'
guaranteed or cure or
The Bloom of Healthand one was presented with a small box of hotel both seem to have a satisfactor . :
the is refunded. Saturday, February 10th .BOW DEX. . Friday, Februaiv;:,
Is I fat ai a pig We feel grateful,and canno.ytooniuehln : candy, as a souvenir of the sojourn at patronage.New money Saturday February 23d .O El.IA. . .. . Friday, MIr'b; 1 li'
,. favor of Hood' else be chea
u .
HwtiiparUla. Nothing can as
WH.. A. M. A DAM., Inman Tennessee. the Royal Polnclana on Sunday' Jan. :28, buildings'!; are constantly going up ]
With this for tho
-Hood' 18113. The following Is a copy of the and It U safe to say West Palm ]leach .you pay only Johns Line.
St. lUvcr
Pill act easily, yet promptly! and good
efflcleutljr, OQ Uie Uir and bowel. 2Se.MOClKTIKg program of the sacred concert, given In has easily the largest population, and 1s I you get.

the parlor of the Royal Polnolana on the the best business point south of Tltus- ---

night of the same date: vllle. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points or
ETC. Henry VIII, of England! had the rep-
Pilgrims\ Chorus, from "I Lombard The Indian River Steamboat Co. are the St. Johns River.The .
utation of being an Inveterate miser.
Uerusalemme" Verdi running their fine steamboat St. Augu* :
Free and
Overture "/amp*" Heiok Ine between West Palm Beach and Juno Frederick the Great waa a musician Elegant Iron Ide-Wheel Steamers

"Ave Maria" iounot and Intermediate landing, connectingwith and devoted much time to the flute. 'OXTY OP J.A.Oa..SON"V"XLLE: : ,"
Accepted Masons Selection "Tannhatiser" Wagner
"Largo" Handel the boata on Indian River, via Juno CAPT. W. A. SHAW,
McElf..'. WINE OrCMOUl for female di........
There Pe Rlenzl" Wagner; and Lake Worth Railway. The tit.
"t "Cavalry" Rodne Augustine baa been thoroughly overhauled "PB.ED'.I3 DoBA.B.Y,
Indian : TIt..IlI.mver "MInuetto" Iloccherln Gladstone Is fond of and
la ,
e Quintette and re-painted from stem to stei'n. CAPT. T. W. LUND, JK.
J ..Fla. f} b. .Dorm Mlgnoone'Grand often "rests" himself In this
Lodge, No, 00 Selection ''Stabel-Mater" lto.alnlSome The writer made the trip on this line way. Are appointed. | to tail from Jackonvllle, dally except Saturday, at 3 JO p. m., and from Sanlr,'

boat last Sunday. ,R. B. Cable, general Balzac, when not at work on his novels dally except Sunday, at 800 a. m.
Idea of the of the
Holil lu meeting the Mcoml. and fonrtM Friday Royal Polnclana may popularity be Inferred from manager; G. D. Ackerly, general paasen entertained himself sketching. 80J.; ItOCNU.down. Sl'HEDCLE. 1 I I MRTH Head Bot.M up,
of each month, at the tourt house,Titus
and A. W. Bute tern

vllle.atT.anu.Mi.J.MKHurL.Pea. B. H. RAT w. M. the fact nearly that 400 while, with Its guest every roll room Is en-already ger ent,agent were;aboard to see that, super everything n It will pay you to take Hood's Sarsaparllla. Leave"" 3 330 a:W no p.a.p. m.m.m. ::.....:::::::::::: :::::::::.Jacksonville...1'.latka.Asper ..::::::::::::::::::::::::: Arr.v.Leave" 300 al0ys 331 p.u.s a

went smoothly. Captain Jones was I In With pure blood you need not It 4.30 a. m. .. .... .... .... ...........8t. Francis.... ......... .... .... .. .... I.30LI
gaged for next month, the average number fear the grip\ pneumonia diphtheria or It 5.30 a. m. .... .... .... ... ....... Hereof ord.... .... .... ....... .... .... It 12.110...
command. It I believed fair share of .
KNIGHTS OP rYTlUAB.Hemlnole of guests at the Ponce de Leon for tourist will take this route at least fevers. Hood' Sarsaparilla will make Arrive" 600 KJO a.a. m m.. :::: :::::::::::'::::::::Blue.. Spring"HanordT...-::::::::::::::::::::::::: : 1131 Y(0( L1 La

t/o the ('("1ft hiWM tin tint four Xhumlay evenIng dred. As the number -
to at the
of each m 8. D. M. H. CI.VPK, A.T. M., .
Lake Worth since the advent of the railroad prepared from the best Ingredients.25C. F. IBOKIIOKOEB, Ja. Fla. rat* Agt,
C. C. K.. / lit. &: 1'1.' new bathhouse and bathing pool of the 5 Bowling Omen, hew Tork. 88 Wet Bay Jaokionvlllen
to do atthe first convenient
Royal Ptilnclana are proving very attract- so op THCO. O. EOOCB T. M., JMO. L. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt.,

INDIAN BIVER'GCARUB. Ive, and will add to the many features portunity. They will be delighted at I Bowling oven New York. Foot Hogn St.,Jacksonville

Drill at the Armory, over ounty Jail every which combine to make this magnificent least, that was our experience. Cato's only diversion was drinking A. J COLE:, General Passenger Agent, J. A. LEBLIE: :, Superintendent,
2nd and 4th rumtUty etonlng In the month, at and he was fond of this diverlon. A Bowling Green New York. Foot Hogan Bt,jack
I o'cl...,k. hotel so popular. We believe the Royal D. D. C. Minn, O. F. A, 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
.L r. -. lACK-DRAUBHT ua cur.. Conatipatloa. Thomas Carlisle's most congenial
FIElTlta.C.l'taln. ; rec-
Polnctana will continue to be the beet WHo P. CLYDE A co.. General A cent*,

- paying of all the Flagler hotels, certainlyuntil reation was smoking In the garden. 1* 80. Delaware A*., Philadelphia a Bowling Gras,New Tor ,

CHfUCUKft.EPWCOPAL something equally good Is erected I $100 Reward, $ .00.

on the shore of charming Blscayne Ray Walton's Rapid Calking Machine.
CHURCH When The readers of this paper will be $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00: each In use Savannah Florida & Western Railway.
that event occurs the Royal Poln
pleased to learn that there I II at least one by many of the principal boatbuildersIn ,
krvlce the lit act anl In each
Bundap clana will have to look to Its laurels .
the North. See
month at 11 a and rag p. w. ItuncUy chix.lrry dreaded disease that science U able to pamphlets and test In
i Effect
Sunday a'i J 5 p. in. LmUnx prayer at Understand, we do not Intend to disparage cure In all,Its stages, and that Is catarrhHall' monlal January 6, 1805.:
I p. m. on N ciliiexlin*. Litany Mrvlc*
Frldy at 10 a. .... very the beauties and attractions Catarrh Cure I* the only posltlv e "\VnyerowN Short Line.te
Rev B. F. HHOWB, Raotor. cure now known to the medical fraternlty. .
Lake but
Worth there II Is a charm about
Catarrh being a constitutional Nero was fond of music and attained
the water the air and the sky of the disease, requires a constitutional treal great proficiency In the art. Six Through Fast Eipress Trains Daily 4-
I'RE8I1YTERUN Ott"ItCIL I shores of, beautiful Biscayne Bay which ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken internally ,
service ever liathatllam.andTiflOp Virgil, during the summer season.
] "m.BabuathirlKMilatltJil Is Inoompaiable and cannot be described. acting directly the blood
; a. m, ('hrleolan I Liulea- and mucous surfaces of the system filled his house with butterfilel.McElrcc' The Savannah, Florida: Western Railway the direct and most popular lim
nor meeting at ':M I". m., prayer nieetlnjt.Wailnenday The breezes on Indian River are characterized I
at I ]> in All are rnnlUllylnYlteilto I thereby destroying the foundation of -- to and from _
:attend. & \V. T. \FALK, iVitor.: by their balmy, soothing and 'the disease and giving the patient

restful qualities, but at Biscayne Bay the strength by building up the constitution I Wine of Carduland :FZIOR2. : :c A -

METllOliMKHrXCH. wall of reefs off shore, the Inlet ten miles and asalsting nature ,In doing Its work. THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT art ,

Service at TUunville' every tint and third wide, and change! In contour of the coastline Its The curative proprietors have that so much faith In for sale by the following merchants In And Is the Only Through Car 'Line to all Principal Points
they offer One
Bahluuh at 11 a. m. and T n. ...j o"tcn, second powers
Ratilwth at II a. nl. .,,01 T |aunt Mlmi fourth give a different quality to the Hundred Dollar for any case that 1 It Tltusvllle: O. L. Alexander. North East and VV
Balilwth at II a. n.. and 7 p. in.; Ijkt.rangafourth breezes which are notable more for their falls to cure. Send for lint of testmonlal est.
HalilMtth at I ,. > I J. B. Screven.
m. Prayer '' tlng every .
Thursday night at Tltuivlllo I at I;;' o'rlm.k. fresh, pure, lively (we might say), effervescent Train for Waycross, Thomasvllle, Montgomery New Orleans. Nashville
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo .
: ,
W. KtriiMKtKH Louisville
fan tor.BAPTIST qualities, and their refreshing O.nrl3old. Samuel Richardson wrote his novel Cincinnati and St. Louis leave Jacksonville\ at 8:20 .. m.
vitalizing Invigorating effect It doe Trains* for Macon, Atlanta. Chattanooga, Nashville Cincinnati Chicago Mil
by druggists 75c. while attired In ,
full dress
a suit West, leave Jacksonville\ at 820
: a. m., and 0:00 p. m.
not that restful
CHl'UCIt.. produce soothing languid Trains
Charlesmagne said to be for Savannah Charleston Richmond and
was the bee Washington Philadelphia
'Nat'hln.c every first, .mml and Mirth Hundata. effect whloh I la so noticeable on In. Try ItAU.OllaUGHTluforDnepaa. of checker of hi New, York leave Jacksonville\ 730: a. m., 11 KB a m. and 320 p! m.
Prayer Mooting every TunulaT eveningat tHan River and Lake Worth We century. For time cards etc. call local
I o'cliH, Hmif Hen every V rldav evening are maps, on agents, or address
al T ..'dIM'II. Nan ley *'hm,l every Knnday al well aware the nervous, fidgety, bUill Della D. W. WRE X?, W' DAVIDSON,
10 a. m All aretordialieinvited to attend.II AN1"BAI4 FOR AID. -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine Pass. Traffic ; Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
A. il tauten, nutor.CATHOUC wreck the thumping-hearted cigarette Vo. No. Manager. Savannah Oa. Jacksonville, Fla.
one $3; two, $10; No. three $1J
lend and the hj-aterkal, withering- Titusville\ Fla. .
CHURCH.Rervlrea framed feminine slave of fashion, drugsor ; ST. Aiot'STISE, Jan. 23, IS 'i.

at 10 a. m every Sunday, In ball over their own "shrewish" tempers want To the People of the East Coast Francis I. was known* the moet skillful -
Indian Klver Hute 1111. Children'catril.mat jouster of his
I p. m. something soothing, calmative and restful Distressing appeal come from the country.
Rir. J. 0'1Ion.a., Rector.The .
to put them to sleep to reduce the drought-stricken portion of Western More's "Utopia" waa written a* an

tendon on their abused nerve, but, Nebraska and South Dakota on account amusement and to divert his friend.
Y. 1\1. C A.
thank the Lord, this clans constitute a of the suffering of the people In those

of the reiruUr] 10. e.Sunday A will afternoon I* held imrer every niKvtin Hun.Uy small minority. sections for lack of food and clothing. The New Year

church aftfriuMin antll, at further S::M p,notice.n,.. *t the>terlaa The typical Florida tourist I* now well- The Idea prevail in many places that I .

foil and full-blooded. jolly. In search of Florida U just as bad off by reason of Find Hood's Saraanarllla-- 1."lIn." .

pleasure sport, or simple recreation and I the freeze that struck our state In De everything three In the way of medicine in JOB i FRINTIITC
Important particular,
A TRIP TO LAKE WORTH freedom from bualness more than health; cember. lood' Sarsaparilla ha

they are fellow\ who have made "their It ha been suggested that carload 1. The largest sale In the world. It

1'\1| \ ,," without wrecking their constitutions of supplies be gathered by the citizen accomplishes OF ALL KINDS AT THE

Ity an AI>\OCATK rrprvsvntatlve a few and this clam don't want to sleep on the Reel CtHUt and sent to the Ne.bta thai 2. .The greatest cure In the world "ADVOCATE" OFFICE

tlaya ago elicited aome Information which all the time; they want to sail, Huh ..ka sufferers. If the people U the 3. The largest Laboratory In the

may U of Interest to our readers.It shoot, to enjoy their dinner, to go to various Localities will take the matterup world. -

ISA fact, which will be evident to bed and sleep like a tup, to wake uprenh at once and get together such articlesof I What more can be said t Hood' Sac

anyone who keeps his eyes and ears [ and full of vigor and the air of clothing and food as they can spare I and aaparilla moat ha of merit all ;Hood'I* peculiar to itself
open, dkat the tourist aeaaon thus far UiacayiM Bay-charged by its and It to the Sarsaparilla
passage ship undersigned at St ure*. If you are sick, It I* the medicine -
baa not Wen M good M was generally through the cloud of spray and foam Augustine It will be forwarded when for you to take.

anticipated. At the Kockledge hotel winch" are In everlasting agitation on the ufficlent hun gathered for a car I Vlcano
bualneaa la been rather slow' ; but Mr. reef, and acted the not listen to the sound -
upon by glorious oad. In the provision line .It should of a flute without -----
A. K Lee, tit the Hotel Indian River la- suuahlne as It speed from the southeast Include such article a* will stand fainting. iucaitplt, Orange and Lemon

forms us his arrivals for the pant few shorew ard-Is just such stimulus shipment, such as syrup flour grits, Land For Sale, Cheap JACKSONVILLE STEAM DYE

days show a decided Increase and he a* the jolly, well-fed style of man or bacon, potatoes. etc. while coat-off '
hopes to have a full hou e by the ht iln- "Lady-Oay$panker" type of woman clothing- of every description" 1* needed.- --- He We, and I have for sale 8}acre of pineapple I WORKS
ping of February. A dudlah looking youth on St. Lucie river a few tiles be-
need wa
to keep them In perfect condition. This company will transport all such down walking low Eden 40 of hitch
Mr. AnderattB one of the bright and Ho much for and its the Bowery looking In at the shop being northeast The above
Blscayne Bay luoom- article free when marked "For Nebras windows A quarter of northeast quarter of section establishment I II under one
affable proprietor of the always popular arable environment. We dlgl'\lll-1 Sufferers." Respectfully, laving fun with Bowery sport, intent on 18, tWnthlPA3f' south of range 41 east management We positively guarsct
Ormond hotel, and who was a fellow deservedly.The the him. tapped him on the I* the northeast ; our work equal to that of any nort .eft
W. J. JAEVI. shoulder and said: of quarter city.
passenger on the train told us his aver town of Weat Palm Beach I* al- Gen. rht Agt, J., St A A: I. R. Ry. "Say young feller I An you wid me wnshlp southeast 38, south quarter of of section E. I

age list of guesU had not yet reached way a surprise to ui; bow the place or agin mr The above land can be range 41 east Gents' Clothing Cleaned

one hundred. :XW., he said, Vas probably change In a month or so I Its popula- "I'm wid you and agin you and on per acre. It I* suitable bought for for $10 or Dyed.

on account {}f the opening of the tion I* still growing f..t.; Ita waterworks -The ADVOCATE. : don't cost you threecents to yon!" replied the dodiaa looking orange, lemon or lime growing.pineapple, Ladles Goods Cleaned or Dyd

Royal Toinclana, M some of the Ormond I' are constructed; lot of hell street and taken per by the"tJt'k.fE'lU'Wbt'n postage. included, when* youth and when they picked up the c..b.WIU This be sold In lou of 40 acre, for Dying Silk and Cleaning good 01

regular, who had ever nu>le a vbit i. to sidewalks-but alaa, no street light Bowery sport and carried Mm away h* per acre. land will soon be worth 150 mot delicate texture a Specialty. "ell J

Lake Worth, were I'rn.ling a few days These are badly needed the you go to Jacksonville stop looked a* If he had mistaken a cable for price list
a* train
get at the Carleton hotel. Under its car for an all aught owl lunch to C. H. Walton.
with )lr. Mf/rlll: apj would not go to la very late, and l on a dark night the management, you will be plea a.;present e -New Tork Boa wagon. office yule ; or to Robbins ft: Graham,YTitus-: MAIXIIARD BROS., I'ror-.

,tf No. Newnan St., Jacksonville, **

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KvEarrr. Tnws..1.O'Aalxa.B.EVERETT : : It \\.... cotta R.,

& CO. She-This is a dreadfully c1o e room. A. FROSCHER,
:; Und rtak 1r A Embalms FLORIDA I ViYORKSS
/shall suffocate, I am sans 1 feed my ,
Tin 'ILtl., t'l UUtl' \.
I II breath going now.
... He-Don't worry, my dear It had .\ full IIIII'| | oi Cofiix' i a*. mid :CEA.r1.DOr1.N: : c.b IiIMTAVQeII.: : :
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In I ':: much brtttT KT: > than stop.-Detroit fa'kels oit lmu.1. Futirrnis atinuleil It

Free Press. dented All tuners promptly| rxnuled' FOUNDERS. MACHINISTS.
INDIAN RIVER SSI- i at i-v.tmm.iMe. |'t""lre... Orders by telegram -." 'J .Y5)

PERSONAL G An 1..1&_ or mull i04n>>tly attended! ti>. IRON and BRASS ,. STEAM: and NAPHTHA

|SH OYSTERS TURTLE & Ira Ward and his wife, who were married I Lipsy-They say that all great re ('.\oITlsn! .-;; ENGINES

77 years ago, are living on a farm I forms are inaugurated by btoixlhedStreeter > The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia, mar.lm-m- COI.UMNS A. r:: and GENERAL REPAIRING

GAME. bear New Hudson, Vt -Guess that's right I bugan ::,
shaving myself this moroing.-Phlla.
Mr. C"rMan of Milwaukee has
the mat IVrft. ItHl.t.l-
lotels iand Dealers Supplied been appointed a professor at the Royal delphia Record.A anol l Kninonih: Ijiunrh Meats in the mnrkt.Uiwe Pulles, Hangers itn.l lloxes In stock; Saw Mandil of all sizes furnished' ; Architect

Academy of Fine Arts of Munich. every Itnw.'uler'utlnueetogo. No creel tural work; Marine and Matlon.iiy Hollers repaired; Special Attention given to
to turn to.Iarl.
West Palm Beach Fla. Carlo Ires.
UKCH1HOUSE: Marine Work.Office ,
11KVI. W. JKItitMK.
James L. Ord of Portland, Or., says
My husband was a minister at a large Selling Agent, ,
that he Is a great-grandson of George St. ni-le. .'Ia. and Shops at end of Viaduct, Riverside,
New village, where
jhnrch in England
Professional Cnrd. IV, "the first gentleman of Europe. He had served a several years. (' ul>(tu-''and privet on*|.|>llctl..n, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Mr. Stead has found a new hobby, One night I had a most curious dream.

mnla >t. Roam-m. WALTER B. ORAIIAX. having gone to Scotland to collect material I seemed to be in front of a long mirror
>OBBINS A GRAHAM, for an onslaught on the owners of and reflected in it was the face of a THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
deer forests.
woman I had never seen before. She ,

ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, Though Professor Mommson, the historian bad light golden hair, while mine was Watchmaker & Jeweler r
Patented In the United Mates, Great Britain and Canada.
neE HOVMI:From 10 to 12 a. m., is now very old, he is about to lark, and her whole appearance was

and 2 to 4 p, m. go to Rome to continue his researchesin different from mine in every way. I remember roiTorriric' in II.IMNH' ,
In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States
TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. Roman history. I thought it peculiar that I

I O. Box 108.I Mr. and Mrs. George Gould will givea should have changed so suddenly. Then Now Smyrna Florida.

I Will practice In all the courts-state and fed t woke -:o:-
0.I. large ball this winter to New York up.The TITtTJ>VILI.K, KI.OJUDA.

Mi olal facilities for examining and )>*rfect- society, practically their first entertainment next night I dreamed the same Watch & Jewelry Repairing a Specialty.
.; land title. of an elaborate character thing again! but while I was standing
to Loan. I
Money before the glass!: the woman came into S3:r Mall Order Promptly Attended' .
James B. Correy, the wealthy Pitts- WE DELIVER
turned and to the to. Jive tiial. Seventeen "eaniexperience -
the room. I pointing me a ) .
FORGE W. MORTON, burger who ran for governor" on a platform :!
mirror asked her what it meant, "Ob I"she In the Elgin: and IValthamwatch ,
of serving for half the salary if
factories.II I
NOTARY PUBLIC, elected little 100 roton. said, "that is the way you will
got a over
look!I" The following day I told the
Briarwood," r Canaveral, ". Floild.i. Paderewski's father, who died a cone family about my dream, and they all "i4b. ) A Piano or OrganAT

Conveyancing carefully executed. pie of weeks ago, was 64 years old, but thought it very strange.A t 0. L. ALEXANDER ax % _
he looked 80. He was made prematurelyold
few months after this, as I was
r>reds, mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., by a seven years' imprisonment in walking out of church one Sunday I Yoni NEAREST: ICAILKOAI STATION, with .."mpl.tll"l1tflt. subject

blanks on hand. Siberia. passed a pew with a strange lady in it. Corner Drug Store. to approval after a In your own house Xo money required| until you are
satisfied Our low house. In the I'nltcd
thoroughly price are as an any Mates and
Rev. M. Hamilton of Bradshaw, Neb., She turned as I passed, and what was
our terms are *o reasonable anyone can puirlmse. ami pay for an timlinim-nt.
TINOlt S. JONES, had to bo absent from his pulpit the my surprise to see the very face of the '
}. other Sunday. His wife took his place lady I had seen in my dream I TitUHVillo, Florida. The Celebrated CONOVER.The I

and gave great satisfaction to the con Six months later my husband died. Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. gregation. One afternoon the maid announced a la- Drugs Medicines Etc The Beautiful And SCHUBERT.I KINGSBURY. I

LITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA Ex-Senator Edmunds Is said to be in :ly and gentleman to see me. I went ,

Washington for the of confer. !down to the parlor and came face to face Vocation Aeollon, Farrand &. Votoy, CHICAGO COTTAGE 1
County Judge of Bievard County. purpose
with the of dream-the same Of all Kinds ORGANS.
ring with prominent Episcopalians on lady my *

the subject of building a cathedral in one I had seen in church. She Introdnoed Brass and. small Instruments, Music and Book Wilte iis; we will flIe011:
L. OADLDK, J. T. SAKDERU, her husband, who, she said, was a
Washington. ,
Fine Stationery Toilet Articles Etc. money.
Notary. minister and who bad been chosen rector ,
SANDERS, Queen Victoria had 0 children, the of that parish. 1'I1 .i u.JACKSONYILJ.K Cnu.phc o< >., f
GAULDEY.t Princess of Wales 6, the Duke of Ar
I soon left the parsonage, and my .
A TTOUYEY8-A -LAW, gyll!: 13 the Earl of Inchiqnin 12, the FI.OHIDA.
for this lady
!dream partly came true, THE J. S. JOHNSON CO.
Duke of Westminster 11 and the Earl
VII!; iiractlre In all the Court of the Stateof !did take my place and became mistressof
r'lorlila, and the United States Court. of Leicester 15.:
r U. llus,2311. TITVSVILLE, FLA. the rectory.-Illustrated American. NORTH FLORIDA LEADS IN PRODUCING ,
Money! to Loan. IS M. Casirnir-Pcrier is not a cyclist, although Manufacturers --- :- hO ; \
he has taken lessons in the art. Literary Blnecrltj.

TITUS, His wife and daughters, however, are The poet Bryant had keen vision and HETTNG, FISHING TACKLE Twines, Etc, THE FINEST NURSERY STOCKFor
HOWELL passionately fond of taking recreationon a loving reverence for what he saw
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. their machines.. about himlie was in his art a true
the Whole South, and pspoclally for the Gulf Coast
Practice In State and Federal court Land Only onco a year, and then on the occasion American. Not because other lands Nets and Seines Made to Order Country. Sew varieties that promise well and old' varieties that have proven a
of a religions festival is the empress were not also rich and beautiful, but Included In lint whlih Rive a cli.inee to crhnent for I
| title a specialty. Attorney for Hoard of Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle, especially success, are our you exl yourself
of in native because he preferred to describe the tented vailetUs.V Load and offer the lint and
[ County Commlsuloners, and County Solicitor.P Japan seen garments.As for Florida Trade. or only plant (! largest;
a rule, she affects tire choicest creations blossoms growing at his own door. Ina moKt complete collection ever ottered 1 Iy any one Nursery of 1'eaclien, Japan I'lunin,

O. nor 84. TITl'SVILLE. FLA. of the Paris "man milliners." letter to his brother written in 1838, Depot for Fishermen's Supplies Japan rerslmmoiiH, (iiape, rigs, Mulberries Southern: Apples, Tears, Apilrots. ,

he says: Prunes, Pecans, {Walnut, Chestnuts. Almond, Hardy Oranges and Lrinon, ornamental -
FREEMAN HALL, Thomas Jefferson was the moot versatile "I saw some lines by you to the sky lil: South Street, trees, vines, slirulm, "to., and( hint I hut not leant, Roses, of whtth we have

R. man of his time in America His lark. Did ever see such a bird Let "1'1'0040BaHt: moro. Mil. over 75 varieties, all\ out-iloor grown, and\ most kinds Crafted and budded Our
A TTORNE .A T-LA W, pursuits included science philosophyand to draw images in new Catalogue describing In detail every kind and variety of fruits and roses suitable
jurisprudence as well as politics.He me ('ounll61you your for Southein planting la now ready and. will be mailed, free on *]'[>licatlou,
TITI' FI.OKIO describing nature from what you observe -
was regarded as diplomatio to the : .
FRUIT VEGETABLES Whiilreifl and Itrtall. l'Ul1I11I.WIfOI. HM: K NVIlftKnir:
j Agency for Fire and Accident Insure edge of slyness.. around yon unless you are professedly of M! .\('('LtNNlIak.r ('0., M.OIUI1A. W. i'. UltlKt\(I, 'rup.

; ance in the best and strongest com composing a description .
o p.inles.BUCAYNE: FAMOUS NICKNAMES. some foreign country, when, of course, AND -
you will learn what yon can from books. Drugs,
Tho skylark is an English bird, and an Facts Worth Notice !
BAY, DADS COUNTY. Cobden is called the Apostle of Free J *! PRODUCE **
Trade on account of bis labor in that American who has never visited Europe Patent Medicines,
EWAN, boa no right to be in raptures with
JW. direction.

Notary Public State at Large. Arlostowai the Walter Soott of Italy ,t.He had true reverence for the past INFor A Hint to the Wise is Sufficient. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
because of his skill in the line of historical ] xchnllge
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. and what is to be learned from It. For
I orrespondence solicited. Address: romance. the accepted traditions of literature he Kept constantly on hand at

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, Aristophanes was the Father of Comedy had the veneration of all scholars. Yet WHISKEYWANKLYN DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO REPAIRING

Office, Kwan's Landing. because he was the first Greek satirical be would not have permitted himself J. :B. Scrovon'snitu

writer. to harp away upon themes fresh in Thirty years' practical experlemice'plal-

W. ALLEN, Queen Anne of England was called other lands and times, but quite foreignto YI1 -- ---- ities the assertion that your watches and I GEORGE --- --- clocks and Jewl'lr11111111", promptly
Brandy Nan by her subjects on accountof his own thought and feeling.To Also the latest Periodicals
skillfully repaired at living priteaby the Newspapers, -
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, her fondness for that intoxicant be sincere-that was the best & CO. undersigned. etc.

Correggio was called the Ariel of the thing, better even than resembling Kcelxterccl! thousands of repaired ""

Key West, Florida. Italian Renaissance because of the light, some man whose fate was writ in "en watches since A. I>. IStU' and we still W H GLEASON & CO
airy, cheerful character of his paints. during brass.. JnckHOiivillo, register many prominent patrons names, ,
Will In the United State
practice which date back 'M: years 'Ihese are
and State Courts Ojun05! : Shelley was the Atheist Ariel, the. Elephant!: Hid. Carpet.A living\ testimonials of mutual satisfaction ATTOKM.YH IN LAND CA mS.

Poet's Poet and the Snake, so called by reporter for a dally paper is responsible Indian River Palmetto Fibre as to skill. "Straws show which

those who took different views of his for this yarn relating to new way the winds blow." Rest refeicnce TITLES: TO M'ANLSH GRANTS EX

B. L. WILLS, opinions.. He that fill nIMIII"1. AMIXEIJ AXI PEUFECTEIJ.
DR. material for carpeting. says Mattress Co
HTitUHVillo -
-} '
William Pitt was called the Bottomless elephants' skins are being tanned for W. C. ( IIKANXINO,

PHYSICIAN SURGEON, Pitt because of the skill with whichhe this purpose, and that they! make a floor Florida. Tltusvllle, Pit. ARSTKAOTS FUKXISHEI ANn IlK

concealed his plans until ready to re- covering which is 3 inches thick and Our Mattresses are made from H-oz. .SUltVEVh: 011TAIXEU.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA But before l'iluting of all kinds done at the
clear fibre
Teal them. practically ticking tilled with palmettxi Defective Homestead Pre-Emptlon

OFFICE:-Hutchinson Avenue, near Oliver Cromwell was nicknamed the any one invests any large amount of and fared with superfine fibre made" from Anvot'ATKofllc-e. Entries Corrected and Perfected.

the Indian River hotel. Copper Nosed Saint in allusion to his capital in an elephant carpet factory it the cabbage palm. This fibre Ic made, Claims adjusted before the Depart

red features. He had numerous other may bo advisable to inquire where the by Green's patented process, which ...- m< nt at Washington, *
raw material can be obtained. makes It tough, curly and elastic. It orresiKimlvnce solicited
nicknames. will not break mat down nor get
up .
JOAN ASPIYW ALL, Rabelais was called the Father of Perhaps the enterprising genius whois dusty, like moss or excelsior The fibre In EAU GALLIE. FLA.
said to be now engaged in the manufacture
Ridicule, the Phenlx of Wit and the will not draw dampness and get mustynor
of these has solved this
carpets mildew this being an advantage In
Lucian of France, from the pungent ;
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. problem by establishing an elephant a damp and warm climate-always remaining -
of his satire.
character farm in some salubrious locality in Asia sweet and clean. The workmanship John B, Stetson University,

Lakman an Arabian philosopher, was or Africa. We have had camel and ostrich Is guaranteed first-class In Poor
K.UGALLIE: FLORIDA. called the A sop of Arabia. He was a farms in this country, and It is every respect.liraided IlcLuiHl Florida..

slave, ugly and deformed, but famousfor reported that the fur rug trade is to be seams, double-stitched and =

his fables and wisdom. lie is mentioned materially! benefited by the skunk farms well turret! top and bottom. follriee. Normal Hrbuol,
KENNARD, ARCIIITECT, in the Koran. established it is XHil.ln MattreM: weight| AO Urn, art I.4,e. .. 'no A. :r"I: :1IA''b.: : ..4; tint ('oiiM-rf' .story nfM
F.J. which have beAn angle r>, II, to 3 ,..,. .. i.O Health unlit, An Institution Mntrank. r unity of
FLORIDA. Samuel Johnson was called Blinking said-In the west Hliu j nude to Order. tartly tearhen lieren rlrganI : :lIl llitand
hcateby lighted by electricityy
his shortness of vision the climate is on or address,
Sam, from ; But unfortunately our "olt water IoaU. TI.r""lIhl, w'uiplwdgnuna.lrurr.
Correspondence Invited from those de- Bolt Court Philosopher, from his placeof hardly tropical enough to suit the constitutions I. K. I' F. MATTRK.SH Co. much than I..rt..enl..r l'II'al' Cullur.i
siring artistic work, combined with Brat Rambler from Box 1U. Tltusvllle, .'))1'- means so more wltb I Mllltary far young aim. !
the Classic of Still it is : ;i
-Us residence; baby elephants. e.i..l IteaillnK room, with all i leading,
professional service. his leading work of fiction.-St Louis possible that the hothouse system mightbe you imagine-serious and twrliMlliaU. nail dally and werkly |>aM>n.Thoroughly .
Fifteen years experience (six In Florida "infant" Have examined the Walton Rapid result from eiiil| lplard| rhriukal ami v.I.y.I'al l
this diseases
). Best of reference to local and Globe-Democrat adapted to industry. you fatal lalMinttorlee.. {u-wrate bullilluic'' for Mule and
northern clients. apl2 -oct28 -Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review. Calking Machine T It Is In usa by hosed > Art with artists of eetalillnhiHl remtatton -
: Oliver, the finest launch builders In trif1in neglected.. In charice. KMtmil tenu olwua. 1'.ull..rIT
THE FASHION PLATE. |.aN. Woii.l fur rataloicue' (Ulnv full Inforntlon -
also Merrill-Stevens Jacksonville Don Nature's'greatest
Why She Wae rrt.b...... Florida; t play with to

LA RUE P ELY, The display cf silk and wool golf Mr. Perry, the blind pianist tells ; the Newport News :Shipbuilding gift-health. JOHN, .'()IlIltI4.: ;I".t.
Co. well of the best boat
plaids for the season is remarkably rich. this amusing story of himself and his as as many
builders In the north Write for testimonials
HEAL ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE AND Short fan' y collarettes of ermine are wife; He travels with his own piano, etc, to J. O. Walton. Titus' wt II your.of sort(.nllee we.> L.

ACCIDENT INSURANCE. pretty and very dressy for evening wear. which is packed in two cast*, the bodyin vllle, FlaRU.ea I .f.ener aHy ..*, W. DOUGLASHTMCM8T.

Notary Public for the State at Large. Evening toques of black or green velvet one, the legs in another. On one occasion T Brown's; ao, aetvovi sppeOie SHOE .

Full Information M to Government and BUMUniU. banded with ermine to match the the latter box was not put off at : csa't wok.. et/1a TIT row A KINct.
begin ll en ceuk.hiClbeauiel .0. CORDOVAN
the station and he was obligedat ;
MELBOl'RXE, FLA. ermine collarettes are brightened with proper 'enable fllI04II"IIIAIIIWO, IM/.
red pink velvet roues that evening's performance to have I etreaglbealBfmedtctaewhc
vivid cherry or pale Iron I..l le 4.s.3.V'IJjIc.wI.
-- -- and foliage.An the case set on wooden sawborses. He trove .Irmi felt.ter e l .3.V POUCf.3
... left the town the next day with directions *. few bo. SOUSe
All tb Fa
effective way to trim a gored skitIs that the other package, when it ten cure-bcaett .' iWuaillNiMEks.1I '
55 l1
Fink Citizen (a few yean benoe) each seam to the depth of men from Ibe'err j .
to cover
should come to light, should be reported Bitters 'tit duee-it
now is it that slide along I 1.7.1 Bavs'SC1InStQEl'LADIES'
Stumper with in cut /
-I about half a yard Vandykes not to bins, but to his wife as her nr. t 4t4H JW'!r
easily IrerA, end Ifs
from the
jet, the points going upward address is stationary and his own con ICHUt 19 tike.
Second CltUen-He belongs to one bottom of the skirt STEEL .Swuy t3.'ZI'Z.'L'-! .
stantly changing. Then be wrote her an
party, his wife to the other, and both 1yqs1cp .
II skirts of
Green velvet waists explanation of the intelligence she would It Cures (yl
run for oMoe at every election. One or novel French 4 DOLG.
iolet cloth are among undoubtedly receive. This letter '
the other U tore to win.-New York caprices in winter gowns. A tiny roll did not come t. hand until Mrs. Perry Dyspepsia. Kidney and Liver Oven Gee MllUea Pop..wear ta.

Weekly. I of rich fur borders the skirt and an intermingled had been thunderstruck by such a men Neuralgia, Trouble, W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes

aoft.ata It rp. garniture of chiffon and for sage M this: "Mr. Perry's legs have I One of the favorite colors this admix-season Constipation, Bad Blood All ourehees are equally satisfactory

Quest-You haven't got a mahogany I decorates the wrist been found at such and such a station. }e a warm purple shade with an the tint Malaria. Nervous ailmentsWomen' Ta.y See lb.s.s.v.'rb.rpod .

ward about e by 4. have you? Lustrous corded silks are DOW in great Shall we keep them or send them to Kara which of faint few pink since exactly was called complaints. ?heir. .....,.Wet.n.."..lIt.theca.. are sad At. Clerk What do you want it use. Dark green, golden brown and the you?" As there bad been a terrible railroad a years ealv Ike kae crowed red T... prtcH see ...tor.I..a......
toHotel I fruit shades prevail for dressy day accident at that time, the distracted (15u0e and proved such a becoming background liar:oa ike* |>per. All Maen ate uketnalee. f r.. tr tl 'J wr.d aver.1I..r .ak.
rich to those who rejoiced lu golden Oa receipt of I"'OK. stamps ... U yoardtiisreawt tllPpI y.'Iwseea.' bG14>r
Quest_I want to have it put on top costumes, and for evening toilets Per wife naturally concluded that her' ( will seed set.4 fee) Beaatifal WerM'S
cf the mattress in my room-New York I Ian mauve bluet blue, English pink but band's scattered remains were alluded locks and a compleJlon.NlwYork Fair View sad book-live. ... CEO. B. RUMPHI
Worl1 the favorites. to.
__ ___ I and cerise are : ..... : ..... ....".. Tltusvllle Florida.
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-+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE 4LAEI the people should have their way give clone figures. Our object in U something wrong somewhere. This JAMES PBITCHARD, President W. )I. BROWJC; W. Cashier B. BAMKTT, Vlce-Presi. nt "-

and the In the Is a peculiar way to build np a country.
should interest
minority urging'
yield amusing ,
Hut I can MgUe the other tide of my
gracefully, no matter which aide holding of public meetings, and in ledger since the freeze." I estimated RIVER STATE

WaaxLT OeaJtOTill lo\'aUL! II.YOTItD txn1AR MIVPR TO:Tat AJIII lIay. happens to be defeated. The suggesting a county convention, I is my crop before the freeze: at 600 crates, INDIAN BANK

WORTH RCCTIO1 ADVOCATE wants to see tbe road to excite discussion and organization. for which I could have reasonably expected I

built, If the project proves practicable Then comes the appointment .. > to"realize $3 net fiwae"per crate-total I entlmat, (Incorporated under the Lav. of the State of Florida.)

but we do not want it so bad of committees to prepare M my cop, (and the blooms are there to Authorized capital $ 00,0ft

CIItor .. ,.. ,....... WAITF.H 8. GaA'U.. as to desire to force It at any hazard detailed report as to cost, route, bear out my assertion) at 3 X) crates, for Paid up capital,
'''JOIat.e-Edltor& Manger,CIIU. H.W A"II against: the properly ascertain etc., etc., and we do not expect I which I expect to realize $4 net per --' S25oot
ed will of the people. anybody to commit themselves to crate-total, $1,210; making a loss of Average deposits, S .QO.Oot!:
400t I have In charge, for a gentlemanIn
Avenue the project until full data is pre Ohio, piece of property, two acre

|offl V: Titusville vented. I of which Is planted In pineapples, and Transacts a General Bash

Indian River, Florida.PUBLISHri A GOOD ROAD COMMUNICATION. When an Individual contemplates: will come Into bearing/ this summer,
which I estimated before the freeze .
building a house he considers the Business
would bear 200 crates, for which I exported t
> VERY FK.IDAY.Cbrck state of his finances, his probable I ) to realize $:i net, per crate-total
future Income, the kind of househe MXJO. "Mnce the freeze'* ;I estimate his Largest and Oldest! Bank on the En
The following communication IP which i to .Y ; ,
can afford and prepares plans crop at 12. crates, for expect -
,etc, may lie ma<'ta |>.,**I"l"to "(+ra.ham from one of our most valued subscril and one or more contractors realize $4 net per crate--total, $'.>UO; JI HECTORSJA..I'RI..RARP..II.IIAII'.
| A Walton imlillnheri" and ppfirletora, >ers, a gentleman who usually making a loss of $100. ,
to make figures. It should be the { I..r
I tliexo ut a reasonable
takes a liberal view on all mattersof place prices i of the all..naIIlR"k of Jac'k> '" i
Rntwerlpu..u.Twelve same in this road question. The II Till Is side of the "ledger I'tP.idenr Xatlackimmllle \ I
IlU 1'0. my In Kuril: IVll+e- N> .,
month M.S* public interest, which are calculated ++* W. B. GRAHAM i
I people as a whole should act in the since the freeze, and If your correspondent -. 1no 1- ) ;: 11 I I
tlls" inn to the welfare! lprosperity and doubtsmy llxowsflealmaril S
promote an< U a practical man, '
of this h Improvement
matter great proposed CORHF.l\rOxn'l'i1' -
Thrre" .M I If he will down Iwill t
of the county. His remarks statement, come L",_ National lIank..r',
in business-like 1 '"
.. .. a .
Single copy, this occasion way. convince him that 1 am correct; or -ti Xatl"naillank JackitoritMc,
Strlrtly U a".a_. \ on are pertinent No truly meritorious project will : I will pay his expense I do not like to .1
and fair ; in substance, be is cutter from close investigation: ,: see such articles published In our rriri'vTHE US"'rI.Y..Y....] 1 .Y--" .
The aliore rafew Iwlnrte the "ymllnt of pont ;
goon _ _
not committed either side of tbe
to they certainly can do no ---- ---- - -
age by IIA. flnliorrlpUnn can commence anytime but it Is always a sign of weakness papers;
during the year.O.a.ntlnn.nee road 1ueltlon-he simply asks for and there Is a chance for harm to come -
to attempt to rush any project) from them. Mont of the pineapple
"' II
more light. Read what he : EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
nf .dvt mint lie mode |HTnlty says through blindly, or to choke off: farm here are owned by people who
.<> at thin office or liy writing SilAKl'K.s, FLA., Jan. 28, 'M free discussion We therefore say live on them, and snppoHlng that Rome ,

Men HUM ....rIDE Kthlatt Adrocile: let us have all\ possible light let one hardly did think write "extravagant your correspondent article,"can 1 Made (for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, There cannot be two opinions* to every district have its public meet. come down here and find any one anxious

ArriLtArrn WITH' TIIRXat the from one end I of the county to the oilier, con, and then send delegate to a farms, even "wince the freeze."
tonal Editorial Auor'intiosA but wherever a road Is needed. If he Is Of
county convention, where the subject making; any money by crying
When It comes to way and meaaa, I down our business he might be excused, w
vAoMreu all eoiunnnlcatitmt to the m>prlew think there In the rub. Thin In the year should be freely and finally but I do not lee how he la benefiting
< that we need to put such a project discussed himself. It I III very poor policy for one al
through, if ever, for the Make of Mf toy* end of the county to try to build Itself p
RAHAM\VAI.TO\, lug tbe labor now out of work. lip by trying to pull the other end down. fo
No one baa yet undertaken to give the ItOAIKS ItOADS GOOD W. R. HAKDEE. tliIJ
aouroe we can obtain such a veal quantity ItOADS !
TlTlMVILLR FbOKIDA. uf material M will be needed; no
estimate M .to the number of cubic Ill litter of n Shell Itond.
yard per mile and com or came. A The assessed/ valuation of Rrevaid
nUll our "trip to Lake Worth great many people will\ not vote for the county for the year 181M, Is fiS3il,327- The following Is from an Episcopal f.P'
measure If it U not made plainer. That 100. As this does not Include the railroad clergyman who I* well known in this '
,which appears on page 2, nf this It In easily within the scope of reasonable south of Eau Oallle-It not having section, and a large tax payer: FOR SALE BY tdfa j

148110. ,taxation. Some well defined plan been completed south of that point on COSX. EDWARD TILING: : : :
upon which we can obtain the fuads; January 1, 1804-It Is probable that the ,
opinion of gentlemen of ability and character anneHKment for 1805: will come close to Jan. 28, 1805. The Lumber Hardware and Paint Denier. ,

WITH a good road along the all Captain 1'rltchard, vVau. Jl. $3,000,000. Memrf. Graham A Walton{ : OOGO.A., Indian: IrLlxroi, FLOn.XDA
East Coast from Dayton to Lake Drown A. A. Tayldr, E. I>. Ifraixh and a e .
Worth, this section would be a fa. the Eau Oallle bankers; how mush interest The county Is practically out of debt, Dear Sir' '*-I enclose check for $3 for
TorUe resort for wheelmen and would be demanded; will it cost110oa10 the amount In the special fund being two ytai subscription to the ADVO
or $.'>00, tallyho parties from all parts of road What would be the Increased Jail. Your attractive advocacy of a good ,
,the country during the ,.wlntefaeaean. mlUage upon our already heavy tax hell road Is appreciated. It already
.. list? Recently a shell road has .Leon The rate of taxation for 1891 is 16} looks like one of the>Bece8BltIe of life MISS S. KEMPE Proprietress. PROPRIETRESS VICTORU\ ItI I
built at Rockledge. Can't our jouraalUU mills, or $10.07 on the thouiiaad. Of and growth did our Irresistible river. HOTEL, Asbury Park, N. J. "sit,

obtain the source, distance front, to this, $'i.67 per thousand went to the What If It freeze pretty hard once HARLAX HOTEL, Lake Helen, Volusla county, Florida; 120 miles south << ..
THIS issue of the AUVOCAIE> ,tray locality, used, and entire coat per cubic state. As we shall no longer have to In fifty 'year f Still your shores can be Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; pine fore ..
Me called a "good roads number,*' foot or yard spread on the road t While pay for maintaining criminal eotirks Jn made more attractive than ever by a and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table and if ,
We surrender about all of our yielding to none In the desire for the Duval and other large counties, the shell road up and down the enchanting pointments excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On Jack oDvillt!
available well-being of the county at large, we amount exacted by the state should .be Indian River.I St. Augustine & Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jacksonvilk i I
editorial .
opaee to the ub* mutt .certainly know more of Uie I }eeL The more dweueaion the! tall. more land at Lyretta. Not one of

.better. A strong presentation: ofj( Weiknow that Tltuivllle has recoiOy Now Is the time to build good roiuta. freeze.the smallest trees was killed by the late

both aide will insure beet "N.ltl, shelled her streets. Come forward with The people want the roads and need the : Tours
the taste, within reach of tboae who sincerely,
easy that will\ be distributed
Th ,cnatter is one tit jniwt bq<<' money among .
1 are advocating the road them In building the roads. JOHN 1: IIUNTINOTON.Volusla 1et
, judged)by its merits. I atn.apen to conviction many oth- '
ers are, and we will be at the polls.If,an etu
election ordered, but we won't10 it But It will take a five-mill tax to fay county. talking of build. .1d
A wren shell road from one .end blind. No one In the county can be/benefited the Interest on the cost of the road, and Ing a shell road to the Brevard county I
provide for the sinking fund. line. If we continue Jt to the north line
of tbe the mere than I will\ by such Improvement.
to an (
county other will\
I have read of "South Sea of Dade county, the people of Lake
prove great boon to our peopl ; Hubbies.;" smart men went Into: it eb..r- As the valuation Increases, this tax Worth have enough enterprise to prolong t
it will be. source of pl a ure >and can be reduced. It as far as West Palm Beach, at

a joy forever. We want the "goad, fully.Will not some one competent bring S leant.Jtlshop.

and ought to have it; the only forward the practical aide of the undertaking Adding the five mill tax tour |. e ent 71Jii

,question 4s, can we afford to ,build and cost t rate, and taxes will not be much higher Gray's Appointments.The .
Now, pleaite do not publish this di.. than In 1803.
it. It
wont do to go at it blindly connected and hastily written note. Do, 4 Right Rev. Wm.Crane Gray, D.D. M
and ftad'OBt afterwards, .. Benny get down to business, and show how ,ilt ""
Over half the taxes are paid by mott- Bishop of the Missionary Jurisdiction of yr. -TJ rI I a
Franklin(did when he was a boy, can be dona. Respectfully, residents. "Jones, be pays the freight." Southern Florida, will visit the place I
that b ipaid too much for !this FIOVRES. ; named below a* follows; u

whistle. We agree with our correspond We beg our readers to rake up all the Melbourne Friday Feb. 1, attOJOa.m HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA, d

,: ent. A careful estimate should be objections they can think of. If the (Merrltt'"cc.., Sunday" -"" 3 I,, at at 10 am JO p.a. nItorkle.ige m PALM BEACH, LAKE WOUTII. I

i made. A full and free discussion: scheme will not atand fair discussion, It 3. at Tm p. m
IHE JKicaragua canal bill :lms better be dropped ('ollr"ay." Mondav 4, Rates: (4 per day and upwards. NOW orE,
passed ibe <*ate by a large ,ma.) is,by all means very desirable. We: Titu.vllle Tuesday, ft, at 7 JO p. m Accommodation for 1,000. b
jorlty. Xbie js should ascertain in advance what bill w. MEIKII.L, Manager
a measure Lidh If a is put through the legislature

will result in great benefit to !the i we are going into. Don't let us be w authorize the Insue of bond, it cancaicely Your Attention -- II..!
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whole natiop.tut more : too sanguine. We must not jump become a law before May Itt. # # -
especially ;
I If petitions for bonds arc acted on favoiably .
to the south.. at conclusions, or let
.particularly Florida any guesswork "
at the May meeting of the
Is Drawn to Our Fine Stock of
and the Gulf states: Hut iu importance enter into our calculations ; county commlimlonera, the election can b
to us is insigniflcent in In other "'ord "we must not go it !. not take place until June 10th. If the .

comparison with! our local projectof blind, for a day of reckoning will vote Is canvassed and certified at a ipecUl Dry Goods, ..

.came, and we should, as far as meeting la June and bonds are or. as tTHE I
building good shell\ road from possible dered struck at the regular meeting In

one end of the county to the other, insure against after claps. July, the bldu for the bonds cannot be Clothing Shoes Etc.
with substantial: bridges wherever The ADVOCATE favors the road o|>ened until the regular meeting in I

., necessary. scheme, and we want the proposed August. So that under the mottt f.ivorable.clrcumiitauces -

highway, if after careful consideration no road: money will GEO. B. RUMPH & CO.,
be put In circulation I until the middle of
-slue of the matter, the people
TIE of Brevard Alifltuit. Jensen Florida.G. .
, see their way clear to build it with
county real estate will, in all probability With E. COON, Manager.
increase out asAuming too heavy a burden no money coming In to pay for
4en per cent per of taxation. Some will "letus crop, and a lot of it going out to pay
annum during the next ten years; say for everything we use, bow much wilt be
or, in other words, It will double Lave the road "anyway, no matter left here by August ? Green COle Springs, Florida. I
what it costs others in their .
before( 1902.! If real t'ltate&Iuel ; .

,double in ten years, ,and they have enthusiasm, will try to blind their County bonds will bring ID money,
opponents to the cost of the and there Is no certainty that anything
done far rte
' more than-tbat in the elite
past will.
road, and that the In.
decade represent SL GLAIR
the HOTEL.
county revenue will iburden .
ereaaed of taxation will be HOTEL ORMOND,
aboidouble in the aame time. The Vote fur bond; but, don't do It unless
advocates for and ,the opponent Insigniflcent. We cannot endorse you believe It wUe. There are two sides Accommodation for 300 OHMON1.ON-TitE-IIAL/l t f
against the shell such a course. The only fair way to thin, M well as to moat other jue... FINEST guests. Rates, l.5 per day and upwards Special rate M
county road LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS. week in April.
to settle the question is for tbe tlons. Open until April 23th. d
should take this into consideration. No place in the South offers such
,Remember, If the road U built it people to be informed as fully as Cottage Lots at all prices attractions for a Winter Home as Oimoiw k W
possible just what tbe will TJlE ."INI-"U""LE.
Je.not.for, ourselves alone project Do Not Miss the m
but for Hammock
wbat Having unobstructed view Drive ak Ormond.
the coming generation. Our chil cost, route is to be decided of a

dren wilt rite up and call ua blessed upon, wbat interest the bonds are Each, FLA., Jan. 20, 180.}. A.VDEKSON i PRICE, ManatIi voj

and cheerfully pay the principal to draw, when they are payable, Editors .tdr<< anll1\'hat
manner is
.on the bonds we to issue. provision Your Rorkfedge correspondent In
propose to be made for their payment We your issue of theiith, says: "The people .1 tt
must also foe all apparent draw who are InUronted In pineapple culture

THE people are beginning to backs. A careful estimate of cost would like to have partle,* down the Thoroughly e Renovated. Hot and cold

manifest great interest in the road of bridges must be made, but at river, who have written such extravagant
articles M to the profits of the bunl- Sulphur Bath In the hotel.
question. .Many favor the lUuild- the same time it should. be remembered neu, give ... the ether side of their j
ing of the road, while otters, in making our figures that ledger since tbe Ireew. We claim they MARTYN & EDGERTON. tw,1! I

among whom are some of our best the assessed value of aU property have done mote to demoralize the bunt- r

citizens, are opposed to the measure in the county is likely to increase nets than this freese Itself" Xow, I
oiuit' that I at loss know Sheriff Sale.
at least say am a to to Ti 9
as they understand It at least ten per rant per annum What article he refers. 1 am also surprised -

at present. Lively agitation aihi during the next ten years which to hear that the articles be refers DER and t>v virtu of a writ of imtl.. LITtF
full di fusion, esen to a good, red- would mean a doubling of values to had demoralized tile biuineM. This UN laud out at the County court of Vrvvanl : 11 t

hot fight is just what is needed. and of revenues ten years hence. Is of the his comments fint I have Induces board of it. to The believe tenor In Charles' 't'Ia U caM plaintiff therein sad dfnrtinf.Job Hixutoa.e,hen .

If nobody opposed the it Sixty miles of me and U..aC.. Houston an defendant, 1 bars
measure railroad
at 0,000 that b. must be a "ureh d?' one of feticd UvB aad will Mil at public aurtlun tu the
would die from neglect. If it pr mile, or $360,000 ; or, an increase these fellows that corns dow among our hifhiMt aad heat bidder fur raid la front of the

proved to I* a wall-over case, nobody of at least |3t>00 to the pineapple field and try to buy us out at court Monday ban IB**Maruh.dour at A Tituetrille U liwft,,during Fla,on the the legal lint
would feel it Incumbent $3 per acre, and, failing to d.. *, writes hour vf ale, the following .deerrioed ,
will be added property
upon county revenue articles that they tlrtnk will U to our <>< tbe .r.a....,. (Marge c. Houelon, ....wtl:
themselves to push the measure, y 4'81'. This one item alone would detriment. IHmbtlot such a person a. Hefla II 41.10.ha"u womb"f the 1-4 post on the

but opposition and antagonism will pay half the interest on the bonds. this would be glad to see our business west range boundary JT, In Breranl of MH eountv this 5.,towuhlp Fhwda' tb..c.go"n aouth,

wake up the advocates of the road The railroad was not in operationto demoralised. W. are hurt, and are free north Ti deg W inln..cant IT M-IOO rbain* to tbe
and excite their best : to eo.feu It, but did Rockledge.ta ss r Indian :IrJ: thence b''b .along the
efforts. Out the St Lucie river at the beginning Did McMuylh.m to land Clara B.
of discussion the balanc of the state eocajtf t -* both Ti .....W nun. veil It r
and agitation the of 18'J-l, hence not assessable What have w. pineapple grower dame chains to the tecUoa Hue thuuoe rout 3 l..|u*
true facts as to cost, route, etc., but it omes in this year. that we should t.e singled eat, and the ';*rbatne M-iu to the, point of ;iegt..fag, containing

will be learned and then when full There are many sides to this finger of scorn puiuted at tu, and a dmaod *- acre being IB JAMES Hrmnl: K.:county SowMAN,: I lot Ida. T

data is presented the majority of road quwtioo Jt is too early to our condition mad that" }oc w*. bier: ITt.r of. rk be.s,,,A' uralum, &heri4't Accommodation for 400. Rate: f3 per A day, !!aT.and.uOCSTIXE. ,
fwr '
I'UuitUT. fet l- upwards
C. B. Axon, 1IlJ1as ,


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Awarded Mrs J. C. Seiner, Ormon.l. the Baptist church her on Saturday afternoon. He had

est Honor*-World'* Fair many In addition others present to these at there the were dance a great, the )Jr. Thels, of Cocoa, representing the climate prolonged being his life several years In this COCOA ICFfO'RKS
In the advanced
apparently" j
Singer !' Machine
0R following of w horn are a few: Sewing Co., has been In of
; Mr. town the last few stages consumption when he striven
F. J.
Ballard days.
Norton ,
; S. S. here. He leases a wife and one child. I
Dlanrhard. Chelsea Mam ; MU o. C. Mrs. Gibson and baby, accompaniedby
Carroll, Toitland, Me.; Miss Abbie F. her brother, Mr. J. Bryant, left for The market gardener are anticipating COOOLL, F1.orl.: 1n.NO'V'V .
Clapp, Roxbury, Mass. ; Miss M. J. E. Eau Gallle on Monday's train. high prlcv for their present crpps. The '
Clapp, Washington, I). C.; Mrs S. T. cold of Friday and Saturday must have xi OI'Inrt.TION.G : .
Goodwin. Newton Mass; Mr. and Mrs. Quite a number of our young men are been fatal to beans and other telltlt'rv'getabll'lIln
George Howard, Brocton, Mass; Mr. fishing at the Inlet with hooks and line the northern part of the o. 47'Iti1; (>< lilt.

Samuel X. Hoyt, New York; Mr. C. A. for sheepshead, which Is quite a profitable \ state Here the growers have fine standsof
Jordan, Newton, Mass; Mr. and )[J1I. business at present.We I hems t Mantel since the freeze. One Manufacturer -

CREAM Walter Paine, Boston Mass; Miss L. II. are to chronicle the death" of man finished planting the day before the ICE r
Tennell Newton freeze and he will bo In & DIsrl"IT: : : ] D WArI-r]ap
Mass; Mr. and Mm. W. the Infant rhifd l of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, "strictly It. j j '
T. Wijtgln/ Cambridge, Mass. ; Mr. II. A. of this Dr. Will
place. The parents have our M. Fee, so well known on
DAKNi others Young,whose Worcester" MIIIIII'i and many heartfelt sympathy their affliction. oho rhcr anti one of the old settlers vt\\ ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.t .
names not t
get. Melbourne, as well as of the oldest
THK CONCERT bought Mr. Killer, of near l.oulllrh.yesterday\ ., practitioners the river, died at his j : Refrigerators, Ire Cbt'IItl'rl't' crll and l Wntor 'odera .

Was much lie left on Tuesday for his home, and as lesldence Sunday morning of heart ,
enjoyed. It the
was fourth disease, at the dvanrinl of 7:1: I IFor Lake
age years. Worth Ice
Sunday evening! concert by Swift's soon RII lie can settle his business brie Works
orchestra yi-ais he I lm, been troubled with this.
of Boston he will join UI for good. ,
programme conipliint.) had
MOST PERFECT MADE. hating some bad attack j
was as follow : Mr. J. Hodge/ left. Monttor bin\ The List was biought on by his having; PALM 1 liKACJI)
i Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret strand ;March from. "tji Rein ile Balm" Onunml home In Illinois. He was obliged{ / to to run a long distance to catch the train FLA,
Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant I ?! "lUjniona" .. Thames glee up his. school on account of the Illness at, where he had been to visit\ a
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. I iKrWitolin'::: :: ;;;I";"" :: : ..::" ... .(Ii".!" of his wife His pl.tce 1m: born patient The Ir Las: Won In active ''I I

\ toss, Intnxlurtlim.... et Ronilo! ri.>rlrln o, taken by Miss H.tnkins, of this place, fur practice to the List. lie leiues a wife,

"I11 tllt-.lIa.Jl....tlon,. "Tamitmuwr";\I.WII.l'III'.n.. W.trn"f the remainder of the term.Indianola. one daughter\ / and three I"n..l'"ld's\ HIGH! GRADE FERTILIZERS !

: OIUIOND.Concerts ItalletMtulo kxcerpw-from "Mlclixuiimrr from ":\11,1, ,*"Mght'S .Iwlilw.,"' ,". friends unmimUu'ed, to niouin his loss. I

:\ I One of (he pineapple. 'growers from the I
Intermezzo.. > east side was in town \ He
I on Tuesdky.
I Dances, Horse! c''l(S""tllrne.W e.I.llngla""II.; .J! Arrsnpnl/Iliwmer.I.nclu says that htimheds of hli old plants- I MANUFACTURED BY -- -

| Carriages, Yachts 1'tc. There Is a good deal of pleasure to be I Mr. Shares, of Toco: was calling; on largo, |percentage of them-are. putting
found at Ormond, and our subscribers, friends the first of the week." out blossoms of /good size, and that he Chapman & Sudlow
Ins plenty of plants. : with suckers ten
readers there and friends would do well to Mr. J. R. Mirt\ has beans nearly ready and twelve Incites 'long that have grown ,
stop either on their way to, or re.turn for market raised since the
THE rROPKlETOItl. from since the freeze. Whether the fruit will\ South
Rockledge and Palm Reach Jacksonville Florida.
Mrs, Anderson it Trice, proprietors Mr. John Owens and party have goneon lie' merchantable size or be without ,
of |e Ormond, Orniond-on-the-IIalifaz, a pleasure trip to West Pain Hoaui. crowns remains to be seen This placeIs
For Kent, n Urick Store. on a narrow .part of the 'enlimula and
till known as popular caterers to For
s Mr. Harding and wife and Mr. andMrs. the liter is neiilj: two miles wide there, Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
of the and
traveling public,
Stow of Marion O. of ,
are guests which m.iy: account for it. At a point a
lid to be In a better position to Do you need good/ brick store, In an the Indianola house. little Mow this similar
care of their patrons than ever be- excellent In
t Everything Is In first-class shape; from wooden buildings!town,If and so, call away on A party of young; people went to \ clII"lItl"n"-III'lIll'll of Ixians, about\ -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas (:_

iMo is excellent In every respect, Robblns .t Graham or C. II. Walton, Hock ledge, Monday night, to hear the one-third beans were of shipped an .air. were from' not there killed within, and Dealers In all kinds of |Haw{ Mitoiiiil[ such ah Snip. I'otaxh, Kainit, (otlon
who band at the Hotel Indian River.Dr. .
hose stop at The Ormond do ADVOCATE office, Titusville, Fla. two weeks after the fieeze. Seed Meal, Nitrate of !Sixlt, etc? etc.
ul to appreciate It. The Ormond, Hill and family are expected to Bone ground and steamed I In the factory In ttiiiu different gnats'
caxon; has been the subject of much In that excellent the "ollths'COIllI'anh"
arrive at their beautiful home this week, paper, J r Send for Pamphlet and 1'1'1t.t'II
able comment, and we think Messrs Coronado Beach. which, under the efficient managementof of Jan. :3Ut In an article on
A .i son & Price justly deserve all the Mr. McDonald, shows very few traces national: and private diameters, speak-
p : that has been showered upon of the recent frost.Mr :ng of the Intense business deprtsslou
On Sunday there were 125: guests If all papers In the state worked as when" great numlxMS of working men
is e hotel. persistently for a Florida exhibit at the Hildreth started for Melbourne, have out of employment, It says: : "Yet J. W. Y. Stelfox
forthcoming Atlanta Exposition as the Tuesday, but when off Lotus, the launch the American people have patiently,
THE STAFF. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE docs, it would broke down, and he was forced to call calmly, hopefully. lived through. these ,

et re Is a very efficient corps of em- be a credible display. on the Silver King for assistance, and troubles, convinced that they were not

M In the office and other departand Among/ the arrivals at the Coronado through; the kindness of Mr. Canovcr long to last, and that happier 1 times t'r > HARDWARE
<, among them an ADVOCATE this week we notice the names of C. M. was towed back to Rockledge. not far distant" How forcibly how 4 ,

tentative noticed Mr. L. II. King- Wigot and wife, Michigan; [Donovon, Xo more sad faces are seen In Indian- emphatically does It apply) to the people
the front clerk, who Is both gentley New York; Mr. Currier, Lake Helen; ola now: neighbor greets neighbor with of this section In their late unparalleled
and popular with the guests lie Miss\ O. Roddy, Atlanta, Ga. Two families hearty hand.shake. The cause of all losses. Instead of 1 tagging; for assistanceor Eau Ga.111e., ZF'lorid.a.' :
t a new-comer to Ormond. of Chicago people are looked for this good feeling Is that the orange trees government relief the people. have
I S. A. Cross, room clerk, made his dally. are putting on a beautiful new growth, gone to work, and In our Incomparable Cook Stoves, Oil! and Wood heaters, Farming Tool, Poultry Netting; Ammunition
appearance at Ormond this season, and even buds are appearing. climate, within less than three months, Tin and Galvanlred !Sheet, Band and Hound [Iron; Gnlvanized
n making many friends. Miss Helen Sharp has returned to the will be receiving the highest price for Boat Material, Tlnwar"l lost good and cast nets, Paints, Linseed Oils, Hard
Ie S. D. Richardson, the cashier, Is beach, after a stay of two days in the their produce. It Is true our delightful 0:1: Finish, etc. Galvanised Knapsack Sprayers) $...00.
vs ready with a smile and pleasantfor interior. She was royally entertainedby Orchid. climate relieves us from manyof the disadvantages -
the guests. her friends In Lake Helen, Twin Oaks that residents of Nebraska Always pleased to quote prices, and coirospondence lIollclt ll.

I sg Alice Fountain, as bookkeeper, and DeLand, but was glad to get backto and other states north and west are
orably spoken of; while Miss A. E. the sound of Old Neptune s voice Mr. C. P. Bixby looking; anxiouslyfor hampered, with, but we have gone to
tain, stenographer; and Miss Josle again. Miss Nell Is a great lover of the arrival of his brother, who left work with Indomitable courage to redeem

gher, as operator, are always at nature. Lyndon, Kan., some time ago. our looses. Instead of the long, cold Florida Fruit
respective and winter, with great scarcity of fuel and Exchange.
posts, ready willing
lijte. Fishing Is a great delight to Coronado Copious showers during the first part provision, and the impossibility of cultivating -
ins visitors. On Friday, fully twenty-five of the week have made all nature smile, the frost-bound ground for _
( C. Elliott of the
manageress people fished the
near bridge over the and truck farms show a wondrous
b department Is always on hand to river for five or six hours. Mr. John U. many months, here, the gardener have An Inoonxmtcn HOIII AMorUtlonnf Dranir' tresses for insrki>tlnir FloruU. Fruit to the belt
Ive her customer with a genial word change for the better. crop growing, planted since the freeze, ..UsnUini.-.AI'TIIOKI/KU' CAriTAL, eaean: .
smile. Sharp, who came from Chicago a month that by March 15th will be bringing 1MIX MAT1r.IIIUTha Ki: < hanu* I* fully prepared| \ to miiuly Ixifcci and paper on order.
That vast relict of
ago to regain his health and strength, Writ for inure| IUt and K-rnis.
I of. Wiley Swift wields the baton to was the lucky one, making a fine catch. Dollar Bluff an Indian shell mound-Is them In probably $.100 per acre. They -: nrrixKitN i-
rntage, and orchestra sends forth rapidly disappearing, Its substance being can, If they choose, come very near raising : (;Ix6 R KAIRBANKM. ITMlilMit. D. NItKKNLKAF: M.+-pruldent.
He thinks it is the best fun In the world.In second the AIHKKTM. I\ >H, llwn'l Mtr.:unit T...... M. 1'. Tl KNMt, Hn.reUry.
; sweet and lively road-beds be troddenby a crop on same ground
music. converted Into to
KlUKlTliltH-lleo. It. Fairbanks Ataehnacount, K. O. Hill I lit. K. F..
I George Ilowland, master of they your last week's l Issue mention was restless man of to-day. The student before the farmers of Nebraska can begin fretIUll.l.ronxmtyJohn Faliyan:ljtk. county, 114'rutrhrr, Or nu. ruuntjri I'. Hifrnlrnt,
stables, la a man of considerable made of a hand-car on the London, Dover of archeology will find tills a field of In to work; and besides, can plant and J. It..MMI|. Inival miunty, A. llraily. lli.*.r"l county r. II. HMIIIHMII.| ('. V. Illlltrr, ;Marlonmnintyi
rience in that A; Chatham railroad, which was raise every month In the year some crop, John M.llryan.llMwilaoountyi; !; Vi. K. Htantim, lutnam county, JII, ... Momnan, St.
line, and for many terest. The mound, In Its present state, Johns county; t'. r. A, Illvlhy, Viiluila county, Irving Knit, lisp county.Aitilrmu : .
9 was connected with the stables at- propelled by means of a sail. Coronado shows a clear cut section, from crown to either for sustenance or profit. They *ll l' the Florida Fruit Ksrhanir Ja kionville, Its Ptenclla,
ed to the Crawford House, White has a wagon also propelled by a sail, base lengthwise, and streets of shell alternate will not freeze to death where fuel Is so with full paoklnj and i; In'n:\ :; '., furnished:: I on spoliation.I ilecTinarT

otalns, N. II. lie is of a pleasant which has been fitted up by the boys of with those of ashes and bones. abundant, and can be had for the troubleof
jovial disposition, and looks well the hotel, and under their manipulationa cutting; they cannot starve, unless too -- -
his department speed equal to that of a fast railroad A visit to the most complete apiary In lazy to supply themselves with fish and

r. Andy Fitzgerald, the head waiter, train Is often attained along the smooth In this section, owned and managed by oysters, which are all\ along the river In WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ---
tide to his duties a manner worthy beach. After going a distance of a mileor Mr. G. W. King, reveals the fact that such lavish abundance, or too Indolent
at Important position.THE so the sail f Is lowered and the pony there Is money In keeping bees. Besides to construct trap for the small game
hitched to the wagon, and Is then hauled doubling his colonies, Mr. King extract- which abounds; or to gather cabbage A CARLOAD
LIVERY STABLES.liere back for another run. Talk about to- eel and shipped eight tons of honey the I rom the cabbage palmetto, or dig the '1dU't OF :(dH'rSash

are some beautiful hammock bo/'gannlng-the boys say "it Isn't In past season. While Mr. King Is located tube of taro or koomptle roots, which
d 1'1 around Ormond and Is it." Of course It Is only occasionally! within a few rods of the East Coast grow wild. For shelter, st almost no
rite amusement of the guests. There a that the wind favorable, but when It Railway, he Is as yet compelled to ship outlay of money a comfortable home of Doors and Blinds +-
[good drives of from two to 20! miles Is there's lots of fun for those who par his weighty produce vU sailboat to Titusville palm leaves and stems can be built
tngth. and to meet the demand for ticipate and those who watch. The It being more economical to doa Truly our people, while having sustained ,
ng and driving through these beautlI sight Is a pretty one, as seen from the than to hand the same to the nearest heavy losses, are blessed In ninny things,
I hammocks and fine beach, Messrs. porches of the hotel. railway station. We venture to say thatIf and look forward for the future full\ of On which we Defy all Competitors. Write ns for Price
Mr. would take the trouble to
Bernon hope. If the result should be the Introduction
& Price have
at present In The notes descriptive "A young lady's apply at the proper quarter he would, no branches
Ir of other of more diver List and Discounts.
livery stables
fine stock andy "
some first visit to the coast for
were written doubt, secure more handy shipping facilities nlflecl Industries, the /great freeze of 1804:
carriages, which our representa- I your correspondent by a member of the ; In fact, a flag station at his' will not be without benlflccnt results
} enumerates as follows: fair sex. The following clipping will place would not only benefit him, but I
I ne tally-ho coach, one ll- eat d party not be Inappropriate for this week: must the demands of this sec
growing Our Tin and Iron fork !
"m. two 5-seated surreys, one tine tion. .tlT" The ADVOCATE may be had. at *
fh wagon, one Baltimore, three ele- [Before bathing. Dr. screvru's ding store and Mrs. Emma

t ph ,tons and one omnibus, all of Oh, I never can forget her! Katon's new stand, So. per copy.

I aid th have been re-painted and varnish- Running down the beach I met her Melbourne. eWe Department is in charge of Mr. C. P. Eacot one of the
made to look neat, trim and new Coming from the big hotel. 1'ur ltchtlage.: ,
f also does the harness. Such a witching, dainty creature!
and Sheet-iron workers in South Florida
best Tin
Iwenty-seven fine horses are also Half the charm of fonn and feature did not receive a breath even from
ii on hand at The Ormond stables, could tell. the snow bank of Arkanaas, Louisianaand We have a desirable place In Northeast -
Living man never
|I) for riding or driving. Texan. Georgia, well watered containing :r Write and see If you do not save money.
In a bathing costume, blushing valuable hardwoods, which we will exchange -
SAILING AND ROWING. Just little, she was rushing Mr. A. C. Dittmar, of Fort Pierce, was for orange grove or pineapple RAY & DAY Titusville, Fla.

[here are several naphtha launches, To the cool, Inviting sea. a pleasant visitor to our town on Mon- lands. Write us.ANTHONY .

1 and row boats in connection with How I envied you, old Ocean, day.Mr. BIUIH., Titusville, Fla.

I hotel, always at hand for trips up As I vowed that my devotion T. Howard Knight left, last week, '

...[Halifax and Tomoko, where Uniting Hers alone should ever be. for New Orleans, where he will devote 1'or huh F. c.E. F. CLARK
ifely indulged by the guests of his attention to the medical profession.
Oimond. [After bathing.] One of three choice situation for a E. 0 ,
Mr. and Mr*. L. D. Lock wood are
dairy farm near Tallahassee, In Leon
Oh I her!
never can forget
entertaining Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Dobbs,
THE DANCK. county, Fla., the rapidly developing
the beach I met her
Running up of Windsor, Ala., who Intend to remain J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE
dairy region. Lake frontage Prices :
m "t the pleasant dances, for which Hastening to the big hotel. .
here for some time.
rniond Is noted, took place on Satught Such a draggled, dripping creature! reasonable. Write for particular and
1\ last. An ADVOCATE repretahetl Salty drops on every feature- The mockingbirds,cardinal graiibcaks, county pamphlet to
was on hand at the commence- Who would know the washed-out belle? robin and blue birds, are singing while Join h. WIVTHKOP,
II+ and although was mot the most we write. The mocking birds sing a* In Tallahassee, Fla. and CARPETS
the costume blushing
In bathing ,
I. in dance at time.
of the season, those who spring, nesting
k With good reason, was rushing
.'art In it pronounced it an enjoy- Kloop Tor Sule.I .
' Where no hateful man could see. The schooner Queen left on Saturdayfor
II" The east end of the Casino How I at old Ocean the Bahamas with a large party. I -
swore you, Wholesale and Retail. ---
lively by the display of bunt- For sale Irene 40ftxHft -
For I felt that my devotion She has lately been over-hauled, re sloop : ;
:\1 i "':ely draped and placed In order Hers henceforth could never be. painted and re-furnished, and 1* In first- tonnage, 18 27-100, ; In first-cUs condition.
II 1 harles b. Patten, of Maplewood, clan order. New mils head-room In cabin. We have made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of koala suitable for theIant
alto acted as a very-efficient masrtmonles. Best party or trade boat of her size on
,' There were quite a Fort Pierce. Mr. and Mr*. S. II. Tburston returnedlast the river. Price, IO.fn Apply to Count llujern.
amber of guests and others pres- week from Jlie north, and are now K. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt
., the beautiful costumes of the at their ocean home at Atlantic. They I'eter Nelson, Titusvllle, FU., where she OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.
"'lens beautiful have passed a pleasant summer at
and matrons made a scenet We are now enjoying some very may be seen. *tf
t) that will\ be long remembered weather.Mr. Gainesville, Ohio and New York.
y Write u* what you want, and we will quote price by return mail.
t participants and spectators. C. T. McCarty was In town on Mrs. E. W. Butler and Master Clarence
I hates were ably represented- Monday wife and son of Kev. K. W. Butler Our Number Is 2O-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
icy and Ohio being by no means arrived last week from Denver, Col. andMr. LAGER BEER
I i. latk-giwund< and held their own Mr. T. Bevill returned' home from Butler U correspondingly happy.
"'rs during the Avon Park I last Monday. ,
"' evening. Miss Harwell, of Windsor, WI is., accompanied

pieces Wiley, Swift gave,some with very hi.orchestra excellent Senator Quay and party arrived at St. them. Recipe to Make it 25c.

end every participant seemed tot Lucie, Saturday nightMr. Orange tree are putting out finely; Lots in West Palm Beach !

immensely. Among the most L. Carlton returned from Fort but limes are hurt considerably, many
sent Irdie who took part In the Drum on Tuesday night with some being killed to the ground. Lemons are I. B. TOTTEX, Orlando, Florida.
---- ---
were: cattle. Injured somewhat Ouava are killed to
I the but already for the Lands in Dade County of -
Louis de Cognet and 11111"Ir- Mr. A. C. Dittmar went to Eau Gallle, ground generally, some are B.AR.G.XN'S s Agent
Lisle, of sending new shoots
: ''vke, New Lexington York Miss, Kjr.Newhall; Min Monday, to attend the meeting of the up Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co
; bank. Mr. L. C. Moore, of Rowland, was (
iphla; Miss Bartow"tMrorall, CovKy here In his launch, Tartar, this week I am offering baigaln [In ::-

I \fa.,.;, 11n.Miss James May Harding p.Vlning, Spring-, 01'IJ ;. 81 Mr.Little Ben hotel Sooy, U the doing popular a rushing host of buslfleas the, lie and ha Intend bought to the have II. Knight of the place most, Furniture, .. Matting '. Window Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co

> MlliWarnu.fla.; Mi* Bradley, Milwaukee at present. pleasant winter borne on the river. It Shades, Mirror, I w.I Lake Worth Land Trust. # New River Land Trust.

d. Brocton New Vork; Mr*. Geo. The cold snap prophesied, luckily did I* a beautiful spot with a fine bearing also have a department devoted to
Mass?; Hill Elizabeth although It was quite grove and good building, on a high bluff
not materialize, will
'. New York Collin and Cankets. Mall order receive Worth DPxoportica.: t t
; bund commanding a beautiful view.Itev. .
; chilly on 1. attention SaUIlwtlooI"arante.l.
1 Ma**.; Mr*. J. D. Price, Or- prompt. Lake Worth Ag..t torM Liverpool L..wloa> Clubs I.-rant* Co.
Ha-; Mrs 8. It. Kiebartboa, Parson Give bW urn*** here twke A. E. Moslerdted, Friday mornIng -
?'x, Mi, Llp iKxXtrhHad.ti4ii lai; last Swaok.l to large usagr.ia\kD41, 10 last, and was buried la tttt cemetery KIIWIN >ItI*OX, >l.lbo ru KU. Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach, fla.INDIAN ,




I Xotlce.VLI. AlIfIlgIK"e' otk'e. ALES HEAR. EBKt. r'T

rave earth and stalagma and associated -- NEAR & TAYLOR

with the bass of a qnatenary and at eoncernxl lake notice that .ll mnntka
time an arctic fauna Tbe similarityof ;,. date brenf I will file my Anal serfs To all and singular tbe creditors of the ( uoceeor to John Mr AI .
) a*administratrix nf the caste of Steward firm of Pace A Doyle, of TltaIYII1t'1n
inocb of this cave work with maci W. Maine, wltb the Honoral4 Minor H. Jone. I

of the Eskimo production of the present C the -
Anal dwrharg* from the adnitnietra fix of aaidectate. "Xf"f are hereby notlfM that *
"'" z i! day bas given rise to innumerable theories R 1 named firm has maile an nwicnment of all.1 EALUGALLIE.

concerning a common origin for CEAUA 5. MAIM, of It e.real and by pwaonal law front pmpertv fend aale except to iTnov FLA

ARTISTS IN CHAPPED HANDS. both people-American AnthropologitMr This Ort. ,.. l.t. Admlnhtratrlx.'otlc the .n'.I..f: andimcliof yes .. live within -

--- I I .....1...... the State of Florida{ an required within sixty TITUSYILLE BAKERS
.&1.*to ills with me worn tawwnt of your ,
On. of the IVvlee. r... fcy .n-an .. rr.ietir claim against the linn of face &

Goo t Money From the CUrt,..... : > 'v Imyle. and such of yon a* live wtttwnt the State' C. F. FISCHER, '. PrQPie
i .. ....... sad Hell Gwymn. err to flU such statements within four
: are required
A b.looked be
object M
In the course of a search the "M"tl1- & Confectionery
fecal in the entrant to the elevated lord among HTOR5. trot-. ....tees. and all w.. X BROW5, Cakes, Pies a SpU!
chamberlain' record copies of the
lIi1r I following warrants were found, whichare .f B. '. \onc. sn rrqvtml tot All order bout line pr. jrv:,
HU fonu was bent, bin face pale hi. Dot without interest to anal. >rrMlhlrcl tBil eyes cloned &lit in blinduftM, and he stage one year teem the.xpiretlns of thin kdreniwnrai. I Notice of Intention Applyfor
ists: I I. .. MMTOI lit,. I" or the MUM will bepleaded
fowered clone to the wall to escape' the "Whereas The In bar at their __..&I. All pmmunwlnc Special Lellafon.V'OTirT -
cold rain that WM driving in before the Lady Slingsby ComGe-l Ml dlan and )dre Debris
Aphaw at one. to the nnd.nlgiMd. I
fierce wind. A box bang about his neck' I
acting and writelng at His Royall High L Jl BTRER.tlobhlnt U hereby given that n application and SPIRICIGKAJRS
containing hit warm-pencil*-and be Berne Theater committed several Misdemeanors I (.wham. Admlnlctrator. f\ will be mule to tbLerl larrof tb. tat
held a bunch of tbeee in bands that I of Florida al the session Mtmmenclng on
and made abusive reflections I .u,',. for Adm'r. JomarlT the tnd day of April Isle. fur ins peatag* of a
shook as If with palsy and snowed seams bill Mtboriae the County CommlMloneT ofBrrvard ItBE.ERS
of Quality, and ban writ- to *
upon persons
and cracki apparently bleeding from I county to Issue bonds o*the county for .
tea and spoken scandalous speeches Shesifrs hl. the "f constructing good public rondthronghoM 1
being chapped by the cold and wet without any License or Approbation of Chronic Nervousness I parpme: the lonely In the Mine manner. and IT(
"Buy a pencil whined. "Help I under the mm reatrk-tlon* a* l. now prorldedby ,
those that ought to peruse and authorize NPt-R and by sinus of s certain writ of law for tb* l *n. of bends fortft erection of
poor old man with a few pennies. I and cassette fawned oat of and and the fording of onttandlng OF THE FINEST QUAUTTeo .
the same these are therefore to require Could Not Sleep Nervous i ) attachment court booms Jails
A lady and a gentleman entered the the County Court far BtVTard Meaty In tmtentedne**, a* conulnnd-ln Hrctlona TO
nation and the of the wretch you to take into yor Custody the : Headaches. i i rrrula muse tlwnln drpeniiinc ..... / 50>l toss tnlu.hrc,of th* Reviaeit Statute of
a* pica<<
led amplilntlffi and P. U.M
Mid Lady Slingiby and Mrs. Apbaw Hedges & ( rrj .1 Florida.
I ..., ... ... and Loslcy & Renak
reached bor ears tbe lady stopped and Beben and bring them before mee to. Gentlemen have bees taking ell la t... ..11t..1 test Nd.1ft' for cash
took oat her pncketbnok. Restorative Nervine T1tn llle, Senator Utb IH< ** answers tbe said Offence, and for soe your for the past. fnmt of lAs twin nnor at Supplied
"Here, my rn&n, she raid dropping this shal be sufficient Warrant three months and I cannot say Florida, Upon the ant MonrtaT In February, I Fla-,Jan. 23, W6. jnn25marvIn
a dime into hi. ontitretcbed band. dosing your I enough In IU praise. It baa A li !*.. the fellowing deMilnrd jwnnnal proirtT :r Our Leclglo and Lnm I
Given under my band and scale .. of tn. defendant, tswit: FlfWn Will be Ready by Oct. 1. Sit1tterk, )

"KeTtr mind the pencil I don't want this Jth day of August 1881"To Saved fly Life, *tuofolitaa bATMof the lmml capital
it Jail tee bow his band are chapped Henry Legal Messenger of His for I bad almost given up hope of nuder the law of kfl'U. with bred< K. W. depot and ADVOCATE l.: .k

from the cold poor fellow, she added .' Mattes Chamber & t ever being well again. I was a ten at Wniw City, Mid shares being fully Florida.Mary I -

taming to her companion. Who was the "Comoedian" Lady I chronic sufferer from nervousness and Mid. JAMES R. W1WMAV.' I
"Yes, I we," replied the gentleman could not sleep. I was aim troubled rltf Brcrard Co M. Wilbur ... al.. 1 ORLANDO NURSERY
Slingsby? She is not claimed A nnham. W "
as an ancestor ; f'to ,
'11. Chancery.
with nervous headache and had tried
loaning forward and looking cloudy at for Plaintiffs jan"febl.C4 ... at.
in tbe pedigree of tbe Yorkshire Alfy D. Franklin Anderson, r'FFIDAVTT
the hand in queotion which baring ': doctors la vain until 1 used your I JAS. MQTT
baronets of that been madWfnr prop]
name.Tbo Nervine. I having m<
tranafeired tbe dime to tbe pencil rendj j I In' I MBS. M. WOOD. Biacwood. IlL .A that In the teller of affiant.. IX Franklin
other warrant is dated June 8
pocket, was again outstretched. ; ]! >ininl..sfc>nrr' Sale. Anderson Joan Anderson sod William OlJl-VXDO, FLA.
Dr.iles' Nervine
169J. and run: I !*evmoar,M'.nol.nta In the above.ntitled suit.
"Ye, that i* what I call very good "The to require forthwith are each overt he see..flI: year aadnvid* without Orange Tree
I are ,
work you XiER and brtlnne of an order mail b.1 the State' of Florida to-wit In tie rfty of
to deliver unto Madame Ellen Gwynn or : Cures. L' tbetoantjr Jndc.of Krrrard empty, e" hlcaeo, Illinoia.etc.required Lnt(>D Tree.
000<1 work? repeated the lady in wbome she shall these etsing |>niiaM JjrUdlrtkio I will sell at sow, therrf.r.. FmnkISn Anderson, Grape Fruit Tiw
bangIngs I'illP.-
surprise What do mt'anf' appoynt : r*. MIW Nerrlne I* sold ea a poUtlT.ruirtntr public outcry to tbe hl beM and best tldiler for Joan Anderson Seymour ate each
you tin one peece with tbe figuresof that life ant buttU will nest rash In 'rnnlof tbe wm boom donr at TJtu to appear to the hill of complain b..... Smooth Cayenne and AbUika P
Without replying in word. her companion King James and Qneene Ann one : AU druggists sell It .l ii. S hurtles fur SS.or llle. Florida,during tbs legs( beers of sale, on In. .the clerk. office of this court in 1'Ine..I. Suckers..
proceeded to give an llluitratiou. i U will to wilt pmwkl. on receipt of price In. fourth day of February. B UMk, the following I, Florida, upon tbe Bnt Monday n* Mao. A D apple
peece of Charles and Queene Mary of by the Ur. kUW Medical S n... JttkbMt. lad. 4en rllwd land. belonging tn tb. mute of l"yft. and to annwer said till in. due eourne; Pears, Peach and Pcrslm-ovn: Tr
Stripping his (lore, beheld bis right blessed and another of K. T. A ohe. derenoed. to-wit t TW math-naif of I i otberwiM she nan will.. taken a- exnieMed.It .
Band capped under a rivulet streamingfrom : memory peece lee nurtltvett quarter of smite U.towncblp 21. i In further directed that Ibis outlet fee pub. :Niagara Grape) Vines.Tt .
Christianns King of Denmarke. And south range 35 emi>l. containing 'ff serve; the listed with a* little delay aa our be. In theIXIIIAX
tbe roof and got a little pool of e Mt-balf of the nnnhevt quarter of scribe U A .. once-each. week for
for one doing this shall be Warrant RIVEB vi *TE
yor *.... OF tal DUI Tonic for W _..
*3T s M east, cnnulnlnir .. .
It. said tbe loath "
wafer in Then he to man: I I"I'IJ township 21. range rour.11. week \ Lend In General Line a* rarer
of I "To Phillip Kinnenlpy, Eaq.. yeoj j acres; and the ea..t-half of the Kwthwwl gnarlee I lone at the clerk' office at Tkrwrille.Florida
bay one your pencils if you man of His Marie Removing Wardrobe : of the nonnoMt quaner of Mrtlon 13. town- ibis 14th day of January, A 1> 1-> Stock.
hare good ones. lAt me see one." I STAGE CUNTS. ship 21. >oath range M eaM. containing M arm. A. A. !STEWART
of Beds
-Atbena-om. I t in all three tracts IJ i arm, and ituatolIn
Selecting a pencil, the fender bandedit I I Pressed county. lorfcla. Robbins & GraHam Clerk leak Coanjanl8f..l"'Is. .

oat, still keeping his eyes cloned. (rbpl. Lonely )tau. Charles; Frohman says be has been I ROBERT IEXTLAXU.Rotibln far Com!,!'&. I.Seal Cferult IV Grape Fruit LemoiHART'S1 :

'With his left hand tbe gentleman seized I Isolation is Crirpl's natural condition. reading eight plays week, and as he X Graham rommlwloner. V nt. I ,

the maa'i wrist, and quickly applying I I He is a lonely man silent and reticent !! doeen't need a new one be is going to An',. for Adm'r. janUltblIa..ter'

the water held in his palm robbed tbe I I I to an unusual degree, sits alone in thej j stop short In Circuit Court Hreractl County LATE ORANGES

black marks vigorously while tin companion I I chamber, and takes no part in tbe combinations 'I Minnie Maddern Fluke l! to stage tbe ) Sale.r'NDER Florida I

gaud in amazement Before tbe of the deputies, has no group production of "The District Attorney," j I

nan could wrench himself away every I I and accede to none He bas perhaps I' by Charles Klein and Harrison Grey !II and by virtue of a decree of fore- Langley KJ I. We are near booking orders in sin'

mark was gone. Not a scratch or a i I I more than any other of his colleagues, j I FUke Jan. II. .. and sale incited tot of the (faxutt \*. Y I In(lance ry- for Fall and Winter Delivery jt roil
,, .. (11&.1. arauM 1). Franklin Anderson ." al.
Court for .ant..nt'l.
crack of
the skin The
was apparent '
strong devoted friend, with whom personal New Juliets are not so plenty as they therein, wherein Dwtgbt W.Tuttle.> c mHalnant -
skin wa wrinkled a little bat coarse ', %:admiration confidence and even were when George Rignold bunched five and )Ian.. E. Blair to defendant will 4\.FFIHAVCT for the having romplalnatiia been made that"ni v his an lie-attorney prices.

and sound M leather. Intense. but he forms no'I for fame and Romeo'' ell at politic auitkm In mot of th. coon hutwe let cab of the defendant hereinafter !
veneration are aspirants played door in TituiTllle, on the ant Mnaday inFebruary named rears oil and Our Stock is of the Finest in p
are over age
"I thuught so, said the gentleman i I I party of his own. When ho entered the 'i iI against the crowd. A D 1**, during the 1t'p1us of I that they re *l* within twentyjnne Ih. \',,,.... Hale but
forcing tbe pencil man, who bad now had ale, to in. highest and IMB blifcler fur cub ...boa''b. State of t.ortda. .... I
I I chamber of deputies, he a proI I Robert Hilliard bas dramatized Richard tb. following ,It'o<' of 'M de Write fee Prices and Deeriptiont:
orilered TX FrankllDAnd..o.
opened his eyes and was straggling toget in which the of Italy '.ndanl.l&.it The wmt-talceof lot 4. of >*c- It in. therefore, f JQ
unity :
!j gramme Harding Davis magazine story, ,J_n Amlenon an LW. J. Ander.o., W. W. HAWKIX: SONS
back ... In township 23 toMh. rang. 38 en u Inrludtng -
tbe wall. 'I. si.
against "Now
away maintenance do bill at tbs clerk'
tbe chief article and the complainanU
was ,
:I I "Her First Appearance, and called it all the aorretlna in front of Mid his :ni"J..I-f I GEOBOETO'.S FLDRUU
give back that dime and < in Titusvllle. FlnrMa on the
get out unless and from the Und abuse des. '
of the bone of Savoy II. "Tbe Littlest Girl"Jane E" VIIDIC. however,froa flr.t Monday in March A I> ieVS. and make an-
you want to he arrested as an Iml'<'fitor. I rrll- d Iota six and seers .f block h .. :
this be never varied The court and i I-: : e..r. Bald bill in due course thereafter, otherwin -
No word. now. as tbe fellow startedto : I' Hading will quit tbe Comedic one and Series of Work Hof the u the name will be taken aa oonf** *d.
its influence have always been hostile Mid land n..... br Rot-n Ranton. reowiled In I
It I. furtberer'ler.d that Uua be HODGES & GODFRE
Francaine for the Gymnane. where she mere pub. I Iliw.
I't'montrate..00 can' afford I h ik 11. on age 40.ot Brvrard county ncord ,
to He was always regarded as a dangerous ] bed wit*a. little delay aa may b*. once each
be seen in a police court You might be j is to be stared and get t2, OO a month The land U> M cold,confaining, leas lbs wisp'Sian..tbirtyoue week for four eU"-I. ...** hi the IxmxRitEB
his silence and seclusion being acre.awl tying at CaaateralBight
man ; I .
notably big for Paris. AMWATE. publUhedat Tltnnville. Ha.Iktne Vanufacturen of
teropuued. Ii mistaken for signs of ambition, and his j pay in Bretard meaty, Merida.D. and or-lered. at the cksrk'aonV at Tltuaville .

Dropping tbe dime to tbe ground unflinching adherence to his idea of. "Tbe Wife of Dives" is a new London I L OAltDEX.Jan4f I'la-.tkn tick day of January A U It<
tbe fellow straightened his back shook ,I government suiting ill the invertebrate drama. She is an uncommonly bad .l>l e f>l
off his palsy and pet for the corner at II nature of Italian politic A distinguished lot, too Judging by the synopsis of the matins t Graham Gtetk nrcult CeanjaIIlSf.

speed tbatwoold hare done credit to' embamador to the Italian government plot which reaches this country. Sal ..Sat-.. for Compl't. f|Seal Court Circuit I I BoroOnBC A, D3IIS8EJI.

t aW* athlete! 'I I told me that when CrUpi was first Our dramatists and opera writers Bed Rend,

What on earth does It all mean?" I I charged with the direction of affairs he j complain with justice, that it is bard TTXHKR and by class of eierntfcina dent Notice *
I Ij out of the County Conn of BreTard countyIn Fruit JtjTegetabl: Cm*
the lady asked her companion. asked the king if he did not regard to han any of their work considered, two caoM* therein devnding, between
'It means tbat that man is a fakir i American Wm. M. i.Uiutid awl C. \. Mime aiiletendant LamtoT..delivered an a-part ,'> Inapt Ion
CrUpi as a danger and tae king replied, not to say produced, by man ; I II
r.L bill of ,
C. Hirer a* pUmtiff and 1'. N. In Circuit Court of Seventh Judicial through sling Anyone mttj
and that b\ has usurped one of the privileges "It I. Utter to hue him with as than agers. )I..... .. dcfemlant. I har
of your stx in bringing art to the against us"-a reply which showed the Yvette Guilbert neither kicks ell al public auction I.front of Its roan huu>. wnt t.r.rlcw.. Tu8aiPmiUU tltuattitoJnJ ,
: nor dour at TitutTill.. tvula.. on the fount day of County : Ot K. W. Ry.. s miw south ralubSutsuuialii
aid of nature, was tbe reply. "But bedews general feeling in court and conservative i, turns handsprings and wears only one : February A D I've between tb. hoar of 11 ;i JarkMAville.. AnguMiii & 1 :

it to disfigure instead of to beau circle*-W. J. Sullm&n in Cen-i I dress in an evening. They say in London and 2 the lugheM amt bn bidder for i InOavut User RaUway. I*. ( ;lits,3'utlanlco.JJ.
tify. I bare heard of beggars who paint. I i I rash. rh. following ilex-ntied real to-wit |, \'*. rne. I
f11r1. I that she could do all ber songs in a Tb. mutt lie yard. *f ,lie aiiatheaat quaner of Ii j T. L. Gosling jTO
ed scars on themselves for sympathy, of arctlon a. containing
Its northwest
box. i quarter
The Wonderful Gulf fttreaun. sentry thetouthweM of the southeast O* .T L. rrcwlmg, aid In- < M. SANDERS
sad when called attention to I I litarre quaner I I
: IcreMed I all
my that
you or having .laenuupon parr .
The of Paris which of the nxthevt <* aectton 1', ,,
this chap's bands and bis hands' chaps I All reader are well aware of the fact I part correspondsto quarter IS also quaner counMncing at tb.aoutbeaM of Ire t,..,'Ion it. town.hip K south rang 41 ,
I the flowery New York, Is just now ; its of I eM.lying: south of a line drawn east and seat
I recognized a case of it tbat the gulf stream is an ocean current corner of (outhwe quartet tbenonbeat through said lot and lk& fete south of the Dotter -

n'-'J 'before election," be continued I of varying widths and velocity of flow I receiving remarkable dramatic instruction tee yard, 'br quarter_ ..of..t tertloa 7:)yarda>,, t thvnr.hvoc*run tooth north my ouikwoit corner of the termer dwelling

"some political work took me but there are few who know that it isreally about this country through a play .nl., 'br_ east :275 yarda SO of I..- I b w>* of H. H. Htuart.
I river. The gulf I called "Tbe Street Arab of New York. gunning containing .ar..... All .rDIC In town- -\rXM- are hereby notnlad te W and appear ,a'!' DRY GOODS NOT!
about tbe lodging houses in the lower an ocean name ship 21 muck,nap Xi east Is rtnrard county 1 th circuit court ot in*State of Florida for 'I,
east side, and I saw there an instance stream as applied to this great artery of : "A Dresden Shepherdess" a three rlonda. Hrevard county, at the clerk' office in .
JAMES E BOWMAN TitMvill. upon the finuMuaday in Much A DIntt >
I the tint suggested Benjamin act pantomime by Vance Thompson AND
deep was by ,
realistic than
where the artist was more lI"'nll.An' I to> show what u.a>n4 you bars in the
this one. Going into a 10 cent lodging Franklin because it was known to I Iba'e music by Aime Lachaume, was producedat RobbinaJt whim atone decril..d land and to how w by a part *tit
,. for I'laintilt Jan4feblj deucntecd la a petit*A tied by tbs complainant ChoiccGro'crir'
its origin within that portion of the Eden Muses, New York with
Chatham I saw an
place near square, I la this cause In the chick'* ones In Titus
apparent cripple sitting in a corner the Atlantic ocean called tbe gulf of Mile Pilar-Morin in the role of PierrotOf I j ma on Sloe 24th day January,A D 16.touuM

working at hi* bands with a nail A* I Mexico This great ocean river is more 4 course the plot of "Tbe Masquer- Notice. n rychtef-way... be taken; for for lu the railu w*ut ad tae; complainant ba f ems.aa a. 8a, Corn Mapes' Fettl

than times than the Mississippi I ......... .
cleaning of finger nails is not a favorite 2.000 larger aders" bas teen imitated in a London In that bt'balf.

occupation in that locality, 1 watched river and continually runs in a melodrama called "Asbe," and in the i I In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Ordered at the cb.rh'. after at TitutvlUe. tkia
I :1 Florida in and for Brevard 4th day of January. A 1> .-. FIFE PATENT FLWJR.GOOOE
Circuit of .
the cripple and discovered that he was'; regular path winter and summer, just second dilution the great gamblingscene

making long scratches on the back o! I as land stream da Three mile an I make money. This time the bur :1 County : & Graham A. A.Clerk STEWA1tS.Rutblas I Florid
I ircuit GeunAtty.
II St. Angaettew A 1 .
his bands with tbe naiL In great nor I hour is about tbe average velocity of tbeSUlt band and the lover throw dice. I II Jacksonville Indian River Rail*ay Co for COIUJI'. Seal (yNtilt I I

prise asked another lodger for an ex I Ipbnation. stream, though at certain places itsspeed i I I febl-marl I Cuie.rt I

e is wonderfully Increased, often TURF TOPICS. Samuel Walker. J I OXYG
11'\1 I Samuel Walker, and all other tenons !. COMPOUND
'Ob that's Tenpenny Jack sail I reaching 50 miles to 00 piiontes, this I _led In or having claim opus Donll.'"( i iI Notice.In I

the man I appealed to. 'He's wor.IUthe'rlke. phenomena in no way depending on Directina is the name of the filly by I I 1 ., th. northwwt quarter of _'tion ::101: 10.....

: lie doee that every night '; width or depth. Where passe through Direct, out of Dirt-cram's dam.R. '. F'J'a;; auuth. rang f>east in Hrevard county.: Circuit Court of the Seventii Judiuiil Restore strength quivU ''" >

'Does be do it for fun!' inquired I i the Yucatan channel is M mile wide A. Swigert, Lexington. Ky.. will ( ar hereby notified ta b* and appeal intb Circuit of Florida, In and fat Brevard I and expels difteaae.

'Fun me eye,' replied my informant I and 8,000 feet deep. At that point the I retire from the breeding business \ for* Circuit Bastard Court county of, at tote th.But clerk'of office ItceMta m County : Proof. the most convincing!: '

'Ile dors it ftr the dough. Them's velocity U only one-fourth of a mile an Yo El Key bas been broken to harness .. upon tb* Smt Monday In March,*:; 1.Jarkaonvill. M. Augnatln.* .I : free to aU who suffer Call u', II'

chappin marks he's makln. He take boor. In the strait of Bernini where and is said to be a beautiful trotter. !: to bow uhal Intereat you bars in r Indian River Railway Co. orwritefor further Icformat a
above drernbed land, and why a of V
them ban's out an shakes 'eta, an all it*whole volume is confined to 50 miles rnchaser is rather a dubious name it decrit in a i-etitioe Sled bv the cnmptalu-pan I Homer H. Stuart and Ingll } I; of 2tYpages sent free. 111'

the blues gives up their good coin I! and a depth of lea than 3.000 feet, tbe ant In thin caur*in th* clerk'cnnV-einTiluvtll* 8tun. ', Home or office t.-watraem
1 for a race hone. Tbe name U borne on tit 13th dos of Juuirr.'A 11110:.. Should not tiott tree.
lh'e5 It's the speed is five miles boor. Where it TO Homer H. Stuart and Inglia Stwart and another
grcates' graft in the biz. an Australian winner. be taken for the ... of the complainant .. ariht interested In
on'y they ain't many as can stan It. I come nearest the Florida coast it is I by an *>f-way. feeta railroad* ; oreU* t* f..eteclinseed upon bit jwrsuoa 1 and la* north lea or fwH naving ofcH claim X of. Dr. StarfeeyIi29 S I'a1 .
But Tenpenny Jack's ban's is so tough only 89 mile wide and flows at tbe In the mining town of Coolgardie, in that behalf aection3 .k.wuhip aonth..ranc al east :
I Australia water enough to satisfy a ;i iird-wed at the rlt'rk..m.*M TitwvlU, this I in hrevant tawny,Florida.xvur Arch Street! Philad.i, '::
you can't hart 'em, an be has tough rate of 11 mile an boor.-St Louis I tat day of January A U &.

work gittln any blood to come Now ': Republic thirsty pair of bones costs 110. I! lA.. A. 8TEWAR1.i i j*are hereby court notified of th*to Stu lie-t.'i.. .:fur In I

he's just ftnUhin off the Job I Within the year Hickory JIm Jim i RufcMne Graham. Oerk Clrcwrt ConnAtt'r Stressed ouuaiv... at tie rierk'a ofho In UNIVERSITY OF THE S Si SOSEWA
A Barrel W tlenr Fee a Bee. .tile ant Moody
ptuviUpo rlnManV A h
"As the man said, Tenpenny Jack Davis and Frank Ooodale-'horse, owner for C_|.. ,. I fteal Carats I I, lie, SO show what IDUreeI yea hats I. Ib.atrrs e
A Isle merchant carriedout i ,
was nearly through 'workln the spike'II. Presqn once and Jockey-a remarkable trio, all jsalS-marl flan I deelsbsd lead sad to.iIuw why a part og i EE TTI'nder "
a satisfactory transaction on the : St dearib.d Is a peutaes 51.5 by lb. cost lets, .
examined his bands critically, gavea died. ant in Ibis raw in Its clerk a olhr in Tltu '
pick here and a jab there lengthened principle that a bear in the bosh U. I There are now three stallions that Not It-e. vUl on Ih. J4th day of ".....,. A l>Vie,about* I the- jOI.t"; costa( II
worth a barrel of flour in the band, although ot b* taken for tn* na of tau complaisant a "i
w' a scratch a little, and then shovingthe standard in *a Southern Ivuceaes of ,b.Epl..opal
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in theory it was to the have over 100 performers right..f-war **.... ells u lorM.
nail into hi. pocket went out whit contrary Kntwood and Red bared I. that beialt.cIS.tesl I Cfaurch.Situated .
maxims of Poor Richard and all the the list-Electioneer, In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Cr
Sung I thought as I followed him that \Vilkea Circuit of Elands, in and for Brevard at 1M 'Serb's .at Titasrine.Ibis half-way 1Jet., -
other philosophers. A long, lank fellow I tttll sy d Jeasuy. A lJ I..... and Chattanooga, oa the ''P"i
if any" beggar ever earned his money b4id from the backwoods whune garb bespoke The fund being raised for the benefit ; County : A. A. STEWART i I Plateau, X.15O fet above "'" "'

-N w York Sun the healthy and rugged poverty of pioneer lof the widow of Tom Corrigan, the famous y! Jacka.ar5bSSt.Indian River .Railway Aicwtta Co.& 1!1 Reesin JL (..shamChrk Circuit Court healthful and picture*!)"* *: I

life came into Barker's store and Australian Jockey now amount i erasI rC f.Ji: Cpr. Seal ('Istait f The work of the nni er.i I
Man Always Wa n Carvr. I A. ......... j I I through the mooto;
wanted to pet a barrel of floor on credit tofU.OoO. sununer
History does not treat of a time when TO C. A. Haluend, and aU utter pmooa Intertied long vacation U in tb. "-'/
earring wan' not apparently well koo"'oTraditkD Being asked what security be could Hamlin has the >:00 trotter-Lord of .. in or having claim a***. the wealnaifof FIIEK TO uru UI"Umns. given ITU .
give for the bill he admitted that be' the ancr-&Dd Salisbury baa the 2:00pacerDirectly. the fMUk-Ml quarter ..( *erUnn l... town- Th* Lent Tees IWcln. tans
does not appear to approach I ante:* auntb, ran(* at east In bravest tearty. offers c
much a.'art-r to its ."nN1&. Carving bad no real estate, neither a boot nor So both say-and they .I tanda'tX Tbe ADTOCATR will present to all lu atnxrtioa Univenity In the following "y

were w. J executed' during the period vt bead of stoat and no personal collateral will both be oat next year.Secretary \ ar hereby.otiAvdt of the*he Stan and iTVinridafor:.Inta"ironTeen readers w ho call for sameof which are all well equlpp L''

man s early occupation of the cave ot of any description except a wife and a'1 J. Sterling Morton state for Krvmnt ....17. al tIN clerk' tears in "Soue IndUa orxanlied.ACADEMIC:

Europe, and was persons wbo ban familiarized 1 large brood of children, but be added that there: is no authority warrantingthe T1IeorllY..5". the apes Monday i* March. A I' River ,ltb muakt. *<-
Postage one cent each.
ISSKte Now what IntereM kav M the .
that be hat jest got on the track of a von
themselves with archaeolog interference of the United Statesgovernment ahm* dr.rrit ical research know the figures fish or bear and if Barker was willing to take'i!> in the sale of bone meat deefribed In a Mluee Sled. y UM nunrliin !I on Pineapple Culture, a I<4. A ,) !
the bear as security be world shoulderhis ass lu taucauMtn tIN .-I..,'. Wbce In tMn*. page pamphlet Pottage one cent eack special business courn
seal engraved on the canine teeth of The stake run for on the flat during vill* on tne ta dav of Jannarv. A DtnonM 'Gasae haunts of and Economy U provided r'
large carnivora and the bear, reindeer. goo on next Monday morning and :' racing season of 1E94 vet be taken rW tbs w*14 IB. e .. 1-1 I norVU'a East not Intending to for > IY
the English study
camp right on his track until be got a. as a ritIM".af ass railroad. or.5.. b.fsevs COAM a pampMet ol 10 pages, lt.
musk ')1. bone mammoth and other Njwanee Grammar School :
i amount too-r !*,*$!,WO. snowing an barred Is test tebag.
animal. carved on reindeer born inipK him It wt a trade-which tbe bear i increase in v-'oe upon last year of l1090.Hlxswiaraa M.. '...... u tb wn'. .aloe u Ttt.suYe tats age one rent. for ibis and for other UBtr : ,

meatsr OB plates of ivory, the figures squared op with his skis two week tack dly aC Jasaary. A Il Mrs. Give lots of lurBtaU'"' to tbe e ae-ek. burfne *, for special r -

ef the animals being at It... rot ally I later, and Prvsqo Ue b oesry and sa'gacity I I A. A- enw An. lag bwat.e in FWrWs, further information, addrc
Gods viaiicated.Lewiston ......... AfrraJUm. Ocrk )
were Ctnavil tart N*
fa the round and forad in the lowest I I Seals '''apt to pay pottage' LAWTON: WIG

strata of the caves uu4rr many feat, 011 i I Journal ..,esir's Witt 0' euDUt'' Nsnea "r"n. I 1b.al1 br I AM the alsove arc ffee Or Rev.Me-CkanceUor r. C. Bayliss, Tit, Se-. '


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Dumas the elder! had a dog as hoe The Tropical Trunk Line

x GRAND VIEW HOTEL I i pitable as was his master and that dog
O 'tioTtLr: f'{' :.1 once Invited II other dogs to Monte

Tltusvllle Florida. ... ;r1Si iMxJr- rtf y'naiij>r ,,". CrUto famous novel Dumas'Dnmas'palace,factotum named after In chief his I II (Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

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now being thoroughly repaired and _...... ...... ... ;-. wanted to drive off the whole pack
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overhauled for the Inter travel Rates .- I I JOSEPH II. DUHKKi:, Receiver.
said the 'I
WORLD.oor .2.00 -' "Michel great romancer
A HOLLOW to $ .W
per dar
Special rates by \ jt1tJ I have a social position to filL It entailsa !I Tilt yLonsn.e Mil'Tilt:HI ItAII.IIOAII (
week or month \ c.. J -.: .
IMllAN Klttll HTKAMHOAT '.\ N. B.
: ( .n"f CAttLEfrnersiM.naarh'
'... ,eland M Had ,, trouble and
Girt U [ IVr IN. fixed amount of vspMim.Yon .n 1'11.1AN" LAKH \\OUTII HUI.\> .
DoerlTcd. JNO r. Mc'CALL, Proprietor that ..
Cr clly soy I have IS dogs, and theyare ---- -
!Special Features 'ort.lnRtlolod. lilt u-
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|The world Is hollow" remarked the erate rates, ollil comfort at no ontenta- eating me ont of house and home. c.;: IV -.-N... IS. 'No, :il; --- -Tlhl. T.hle hi t.rr..t' tor.It'W. \...7fit.- : .. .']iiL
red. Thirteen! That is an unlucky number. Nun l> \ I i iU I I'AII I.x M..,,
in tlon, good fishing, p od cookln!:. Write !: !! lly Iwliy I ._ ) !IbBy :
Ie it, gloomily assented the girl HOTEL MELBOURNE for terms, "Monsieur, if yon will permit mA, thereIs sap : Mp "' . 'rr .J.'O"Iil''t'.U! : :: i..m Sdnpw'TTOj m
Cup: MAp SM .... Ar... .. I.r'' lall": 1llt'U'; .1:1:
0.0 new gown doe not fit "but I nothing left for me to do. I most in n/ p *"I l .1.. .... Ar ... .. M"'"I.rll': ,", .,.. .. .1.. 11411.01' 2'4"11I" .. pu
't tee how yon ever found it out" chase them all awny "Never Michel, njiip: !i..1] .IIS .. .,. \r . .llreent'no "! nags .. .1.. 114-.m ::111II1'11I alai '.
MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. ....,. .. .. .. . .. . .
It Ho and find four. IIat: p 1a'p ,I Ml Ar I'stllks I.v 40am Iatpw,, aaopel1944a : ,
|'By accident, dear. happened the palmetto {House{ never at once me a : 11)4II ; .. .. ...Ar.. .. .. .lhIOlh'II'.h... I.. I"'alll II: 1":1'111
after the cards were sent out. I had Open all the year round Ouud FUhlnf # teenth dog "-Argonaut 1111 '$ "1'1 .; Ar .... ..... Arabia .... I.. ..3.nI II. a III, IISpu
i Dan saying that he must see ( Hunting and Yachting Rates, Ll ...... tns I ; 114:1.: ... ......\r .. .. ...IIt'I.'h epin'., .. La'' lIlM.hI\lva.1II ii alt pla
"ft from ... .... . '
f:2.50 and upwards A Jn.t CrlMrhin.Patient ties 424pi., : Ar. "AI"r.I. I. :91xan III"' au II ,5al.

,:iice more I didn't before really I was care Jim's for wifo.Dan Proprietress, MKS.! 1. M. OAUI DAYTOXA, FLORIDA. : : : :::: 4 SMp hip: :: I U IIW; i *|> ....:.'.hri.... ,. ...I..I..n.I..I :::' ::.::. 'Ia: : :' .

coarse .. ... .,..
alas/ 4 :<41' ll: Sip .IA .1'reege'llpJpuctton. iv, 2n6alll 1u151a1< '
(It is i soothing to one's vanity tow + COMFORTABLE and HOME-LINE. la's 51op1linl! ...:.:: : L----: Ns',1'xvt .. ,.::.:.I.v: la0au'toasan.x.5'51.!

that the bent man is dying of en- The !Situated on the ttest Hank of the I ...;I, : .. ... ..MA, . IntertI.T . .' i.r ...... .. ," .

|of the bridegroom who has no idea Park Cottage, Halifax River In a beautiful of I I. tIIllI..I. tr..1'1I1N1111.E...::.:. :; :"-. ,,'-"I.r ,, .,
glove :.r : : :: :: I: .:::::. ah-fa'aa : : TSinl,::::.
,untie trees; one mile from the At .. ... Ar Telsres I.f. t54naw! :

i'So you said yon would see him?" WEST PALM Itt..ICII, LA. and within easy! walking diiitanee '.:' '' $11 4.I' -r: llastln.rnr.. ,,. ..., I.e.Tiesamfe:v: f'pm' j

11 did. I felt that It would do Jim HO\VEs, = *- -. PnorniEToi.!: of.the V Rood churches And pi,ces of RIIIU"t.'IIII'IIt. ,I : :: ::1-\1(1':'::: :: .m:: i.: I.. .. .. .. (1..1",111... .. ,.I I, :::. :::. : 'iloa'shltIlep'n IJ1 |. m tSMipmK4 : I
stable Is attached the
I harm if Dan did tell me once moret livery to .. .' /<' 1' .tr..... .. ta,111... .. .. . ? I.v.. ., . iii IU"I': ni
a blank without me, and Located on the Like Front near railroad louse, from which Knouts can (onUr! I ,tatip: A'. . ... ,t..I."rjf. .. . ..I.I., ... .. .. tltJam'"IIT..u
life was
teams at a moim'nt's notice. I '. Patpi'alup" Ar...... .." .. hmrrrtnh.l.e..' .... .. .. | 1140l.N t f II' mII
,':ts really my last chance too. Still depot and ferry landings. First- lates:4: 50 to W per ly l ,' .1 U to $15 I . ..,941p t.IIII'r... .. .. tl4'.ke'fll..I..I... .., 5eesii.aiaM
in't dare to let him come to the class In all Its appointments. Per week M Ilo. I 1 51Ap' aMp' --1,., . Iunudu -:::-. -rt: M pin 111--: :
? \n 111.1'" / 11.141' 1\4.11') Ar . .. .In.lmtu"0. .. .. t.. II Inpnl| 541a.n) ... .... ...
1 g0. Tl'I/Ir.I'1 ,Ar... ... ISarlowdnurtiun.. .. .. I.vICIrlpnr j M aln. ... ....
Dot where else could you see him?" Rooms SV( 73c; and *1.ft) per person I \:1:111.1 14It' 5a': \' Ar ... .. . ..T"'I'. . .. ..1.. 5.51pp'. tIII.nll.... .. ..

At Myra's. She is to be maid of BEULAH COTTAGE Open all the year \Vest Bay Curlier -. ::::,17m5/t71pp! : .: . 1r\ ..w.-- . : Ar//M1Upm/FT:* |i''I,.. ,. ... ,
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1 '1215I1o TNlp lAr. .tn ella I.r/9'Ilpa.ui aa.a | .
and Jim used bet
nr. yon know to 't'tltr l Mreet..Jnckl"'ollvillo. r4s'n IPia'. Ar.::::. :. I'nnt5: n.rla_ t I.imp 111_t [ i i nom.. : :: :.:: :
devoted to her so I knew she'dk --
--- rioiulu. t 11..11) except Nunduy. I IIlIhll" u0ly.Tralu.xlsndRverIhr.mghl4dhnsn .
k dare to tell on me lest peoplenk = Qt"
: : 1."If. .1....,...,. "AII! Irlnrrnr' leak mil J- ,n
her jealons. ...THE TRAVELERS.... Tanga. ronnrillnit. M nlUvnn Tamps nn Mande.. Thur.u mil HitunlH. '. lor Ky Went ml
When I want advice, I shall know ]:))I'X, Indian Ither, .1;1'I.A. *. Trxliin :* *IH| ,,, .l.o carry throimli 1'.III..1It liilTrt, nlin| ,'ar."n' ; I
5 inl$ fort T"'I'|
ere to come for it. I

"\ery well do. Well, I didn't send Quiet: place the Only 5 minutes walk from all railroad But, doetort didu you
word that I was coming, for I did Fields, to spend a among few weeks Hunting, depots and steamboat landings; and all strictly order me to avoid all excite

t want anything down on paper. As Fishing and boating. street cars pins the hotel ruontf

I [k would have it, just as I was start RATES:->:2.50 per day; special rates Restaurant Hr8t-tl.iH In all its appointments Doctor-Cl'rtlllul In your state the

Jim sent up a box of roses and a by the week or month leant excitement is most injurious and
All H.' llar1"01"1: ,'I.; lead to the worst '
(lancholy note saying that a business tF" Open January 15th, 1895. tcnlH. may rouspqnt ucrs.
jgemeut he couldn't shirk would These rates under present Manager Patient-Thru why on earth did yon

[vent him from coming up.that even JAMES ANDREWS, have been entalillslml and stitttilnulMiy send in that long bill of yours yestvr. ,

Manager. the liberal patronage of the Mate and day?-Once a Wet'k.
; Tourist patrons IIIANIII\U HTFAMMI8: arc .)"(Minitril In | rrlotm' Ihr fi' .II.."lng Tnlinl .
You were in luck. ...... Tltu.vllli7iiii'a. in.. M.niilHX*. \\...lne..l,,v. and t'rl.llva tar llMklvilKo. Mlh"'lIoI 5.5
1'So I thought. Well I just threw HOTEL CARLETON I). C. ANDREsS, Proprietor II. Had to 0. way Undlnir. Itehrning.leans l tellmorneat1els; ( : in.., jr'. 1>i sad Katurtlay.;
(self on Myra's mercy. She wasn't a y: "I had a funny experience' In a little due Tltn.vllle 6 p, inlr .
\ Tlin for Jnplter| I Vr< nra sad I Sill I la\.at H p in linn ,Inpltifolio I -r 5t. m
t pleased as I could see, but she sub town on the lower Mississippi said Inu : :..I.tlu\: ;\. 'i .alms :
Jacksonville ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. lnv ronnen liiirwlih I It ) for l'a:in Iliai h sad I 11 tlr |, nil I aka Worth
|tied with the best grace she could Florida. ,. R. C. Blackley a traveling' man. "The UKturnlnit. lean Jupiter| Tum.\., Thursdays! and I I\ltllr.I.I.1I |i. in., din. l ltull\llI. a |p. in fol-

a i said she would keep everybody out place had but one hotel the landlord of luwh'K ".).

i could which conducted everything except the W, H. ('OFMVin M II. MMIAMrliit A" V'. Itt'I IRBii
the library so we have a long, Opposite Postofllco. COLUMBIA HOTEL ( Rcpt J.,T. A K. W It'r. HorliU: / Komhi'rn R'y. | I. Inil KIVfirNtlt; Ca
Let evening, and not to worry about cooking and housecleaning which his n. H. A .'.KMLllcnvral: 1'.ssenger Aget, J.ekto..vOle. .111.

f, as she would probably have comps wife attended to. I w'as the only guest, --- ----. -

,, Under New> Management Centrally Located on St. George and when I told him that I wanted to

Tbat was nice of bur" Street. go up the river on a packet due anywhere Jacksonville

"Oh 1 very nice I Dan came early and Thoroughly renovated, new plumbing, between midnight and 8 o'clockin ,

i had a perfectly lovely time. lIe beg new furniture, new decorations gas Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park the morning I was shown to a room

ii me to elope the day before the wed electric light, steam heat elevator oval and a full view of the Ocean and immediately over the office and was "goIng St. Augustine

ig, recited two poems about his de- annunciator, hot| and cold baths elegantly rolling breakers from the piazzas. to sleep when I heard a shrill feral
nr and hinted at suicide. Oh, It was furnished) parlor orchestra nine voice call 'John, yon come to bed' & Indian

endidl J cried myself almost to a first-class In 'Bailie, yon know I kain't go to bed. Got River

ly. At :about half past 10 I really Strictly every respect. W r. M TEAHEN to wake that blamed drummer.'
dn't stand It any longer, so I told RATES:-$2.50 to f 4.00 per day. "I enjoyed the situation and laughed Railway.

a that'we must go In and speak to Special by the week, and to Commercial myself wide awake not getting sleepy

ra, .for,the front parlor was so quiet Men Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system again for two hours. Then the feminine ore7Ci Tim. Tabl.. In tffvrl Jan. Illh, ISOft."

it bar .caller had evidently failed toae. voice called again 'John, I say
The All Rail Line to Lake Worth.
;So, after another eternal fare- Sanitary Sewerage. come to bed. 'I kain't go to bed. 'Let _

11. \we went in. Proprietors. that pesky drummer wake hll elf.' South Bound. North Bound.Nera .

"w nr Tain't no way to run a hotel' and there
''o. .. So NO o. !\ ..
"It wasn't welL It was ill I Myra's # Indianola House *1 was a silence again. Finally I went to at. I III.r. '1o,7010".95_ 7e.. Xv. I

ler was there. He was Jim; he was HOTEL sleep and was soon awakened fey the I. .'w''k.uvtl'' ., 7311. 1111\11 a late p T lap: j l1ui Ilrao'h : '. 16 S mA151. .. .
her hand and her x x COQUINA.4.ORMONDBYTHE most unearthly racket The old man AUIlII.UII.. 114IIttIVt.lm >rub p lUll' 1..R'yl"' .. . ....,, I T 4au. ....
Iding bidding good.
I.eSt. Asg' the. 12551 dkr. .. .. 7M. a,
forever) Oh, was ever a poor girl so was pounding on the office ceiling with La I4stings.; .....: I9 N' r. . t: :r.I-'II; : N.wud.:::: Nos 5'n : : : : : .
nelly deceived II" Trib- Healthy Location, on East Bank of a broom handle. 'I'm awake/ I an ArKent 1..1.11t." 191611Lr6ulura: .. .... ..". lasln ...
as -Chicago
e. SEA swered. 'I don't believe I'll go on that .... .. ai, ,:. I.v Ahels.I, ... ;lam n'. '
+- Indian River, Florida. boat. I'm too tired. I'll wait until tomorrow gm : < :j .!l-! :.:: Lr.lrnsen..1. > ::.,.: w > .

X.w TMtlea.At 'I reckon yon won't You be an ; : LvKdrn.Lr Apkuua,1.. ., .. ., .5 a m

the session of the school for non FLORIDA. down hyar in two minutes, or I'll bo i.e Yost ihdtka. .... .. ... .. Iv Fort steno,... ... .. ... :/ am.. .
REACHED BY STEAMBOAT FROM A r IIruM'ud. .. .. .. I 2It P .. I.. Itt 1.lIc"In. .. /. :/11 a n. .
mmiasioned officers of one of the com- eater you I ain't gain to sot up fer Arl..yl..ha. . . 34' I' .. .. I.. 1..AU.n...... .... .. 15 a n.Ar . .
ules stationed at Fort Wayne the fol. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA, nothln. I caught the boat. "-Clncinnatl I'.xt Mange. e.9 Le I I IN' u. .
OPEN DEC. 1st At Nrw Nn'Irna. :::: : le: I: .: :. I.e: : : : ..::' II'1, : m : :
wing question was asked of Sergeant Enquirer. Art..k Hili. .. l99p: 1..ul..III.: .... ... '' ..'. "III. ... .
"What is ? Give I, _- ACTltnsrllie.p' I., Ihwklwge! .tl re
an a ul
"strategy me House New and Comfortable. Ar'Ity I'.dnt.: :: :: .. .. .. 1MI :, Iv: V.!:,:., :::::I::: :: :. :::. use pm : :, :...
tanoe of U. After studying for a Vf on T1phoM Areave..." ... .. .. .Slop I.. ('lip l'olnt.. .. . .. 1:11": I' u. .. .
ment or two the sergeant gave the SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are A man came Into the editorial rooms Ar Itakledge... . S lap I.. TIIUO\III./ .. .... ..... I sit I' nl. ,
All Rooms Face the River ArEiu: halls. .". ... 1\4/11./ . I..ltlllll. .. .... ...... .... 1:11: phi.. .. .
ammunition and don't want the ene- Specialties at Ormond.y Pure Soft Water "May I look at the! telephone a moment Ar M"II..ttn. .. ... 1M I' .... .... I.. l'tor' IIr."K............ ... > .. .
to ArItela.tlan. .. alas: I' ........ 1..1.)1.. .. .... ...... .. ... 1I\tI'.a'I. .
know it, .It is good strategy to For address Terms:-$8.00 week. For be said. Arlitl.nele .... 7arl Ip .... ,... 1..lIr"' "".I...... ... ...... ..... .
p right on firing "Detroit Free Circulars per monthlyrates lie was told he might Ar Yon I'lere. .. .. .. 731I' ... .. ..... ... is.t: l'"IsttS.. ,. ...... . .
AAhlt..n. .. ... .. iip .... ..
addressC. :
, sea SEISER & PINING Then the man took up the tube that Arl'':.."".... .. .. ... .. ,11II1' ..... .LvSani.Ar""n Isr1I'wi.... .... ITWjm-;
Managers goes to the ear, mumbled In It, then ,, 111 .I--I'

"And about Th. FeU the salary la the?"CM said*. the ao- ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, I W. SCHUYLER Indianola. Fla. put maneuver it to his till ear.a "fly"He wont reporter through couldn't this g 1fffL........,..:::; :>.. )N19p 546p tip .: : : : ,: .. .:.:.:.: :,>.. Atl'alx1T'i.rlslwks;;, ,i i::; :: :: I.: : welNtu ,,.:;.. ..

stand it Ar Holz' $,'lIIcl. .. .. .. 1M p .. .. 'I Un I' a. .
any longer . .... /
"Well --- --- -- -- ArW. Jupiter sap . . 1..Ung..j.// 14M I' U' .
" said the manager after a "That isn't the way to talk througha Arlllvl"ra. .. . .. .. :11\ I' IMa' 11111I", "7795
.''meat's thought, "suppose we call it D. B. MATUESON telephone, the "fly" reporter cried. Ar W 1',111I I"'b! 041/ i. lOloa SIll p.o .411.

50 a week. The man gave him a quizzical look

""'AllriRht" 2N IAN: RIVER: ::SO'rEL": "I work at fixing telephone out of CONNECTIONS Via. A. d: 1s.'. JJUAXCU.IIIJCTII .

Of course yon understand that $350 repair" he said, "and, although you

merely. what we call it You will get may not know it, there are more ways \lOCSU. I'itlltTll' IHII'1 H.5TATB1Na .
.3. Indianapolis JournaL TITUSVILLE, than one to talk through a phone. No: a'No. So. a S... 4

Then he shuffled out while the "fly" (r:Nee rnii 'I /Ana ::: .
A Great Deal Indian River. stuck his head out of the window r rrr::: It: 'ffI'rATIOS"; : : [ Ins :: ......
Picks-How foolish it is be reporter I.. IIra..If.'lt'. .. . 4 :asp : ... .. .! /I6s .,.. .I. .. ..,..
to alwaysng Fla. and made some remark about the Ar tirade City Juho... 41151'1.: :sal .. ......
the rich I weather Post I'eland.: .... : ; : ::..: i 110 adipl'';' ;
Wlcka-Yee but then it is safer Syracuse .NsnlnN.. . . 510,' 1 e'" I.. "nn ('hy. Juu1.. 11 Gip 4 N/ ,' .. ... ... .
= -- \\lnl." l'ark eel 310". AriPange'Ity.r diesMy, /: ..... ......
with the common people.- D. B. MVTHESOV, That Ncrvoa* B.rolM. tltlando . a 1"1' 1171' ... Ar lake Helen. ... 11 ..... .
Stop TranscriptDoing PUOPKIETOR.Open "Tell me honestly," said the novel .. T."I. ... .. 1101 leap I. .. .. .Ar 1.w.lIwlrn..I \ 111,1. .... .

reader to the novel writer "did yon
tb. RJ&'W'7h.... j f1 All train ilall IwtwMn J*< and Ht AUriitln.Tralni ..
All The Year. ever see a woman who stood and tapped aouth r Ht : :u..v:: |:t HumUy
the floor impatiently with her toe for Train II Carrie IliifTet arlor <'ar J"'klOo'1I1. to HM film llrai'b.
Train 3A arrloa 1'iillnian: Buffet HM! *| /Inic rar.n from New Turk In Ht Auiruatln.Train .
several moment, as yon describe S7 earrlM Pullman: :: HM| >I lnC| sad IMnlnir ran en rout from Nework. tuHt. Auituiitln; *.
f few "Yes," was the thoughtful reply. "1 I.amumiccn on tralna 31 and Ti hair Tventy Mlnulre fur ,., Oriunml Junction.TbU .
n n ,d nu m, wi wN w Only a minutes'walk did ThnsTsble. shows II,. 11,,. aal Kblib traliiimay |.. ..|>MII| tu arOse sad u"I.n| turn
"., from Railway stations once. th. ......ral autloui. but their arrival ..r departure at In. tlinca .teu.l U 011 giiaranUwl. nor tt..
l-- ii and Steamboat land "Who was she?" tlM tout; )'aiijr told hunt. '"|K>u.llil for any delay. or any couanii. .ni.... irl.lnn tlienfuriu.JOHKI .

1lttru ,''ngsj "She was a clog dancer. "-WWthiD,. : 'II 111('IIAHIMiON,
< "I I'us"r Agrut
ton StAr.
.- On the banks of the
<"-far-famed Indian River
To* Meek CMM.Wife .
I Have you seen it t been what Why
--- --- TJ1Vn13R.: l .uJVV M11N11GI7MI7NT.Yon: -I am determined to break yon I the Walton Rapid Calking", Machine If

to IXg-I see your friend Is on ------------ --------------- --- -- ---- of this habit of conetari'tly oomDlalnlnffI QEVS OF THOUGHT I I you own a sail JOt T_ want you to give me a dollar ever) I have one on hand It is a (Treat labor

*g-- Yeti and now he's trying to Hicks-Phraser declares that he oweseverything time yon find fault I You had better be alone than In mean saver, and Is patented In the United

1 low a* oft"Troth. to his wife.Wick.Nonsenlet Husband-That may break me but company States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A
'. "*'" -- Most but few of the state rights will be sold at a
be I shall find fault just the same.-New men are not living, only pre
lira reasonable figure. Apply to J. O Walton
York World. to
train stopped at a station for ten OWN everybody:. town.-Dot ton Transcript Tltusvilto .1...
It is better to fail in trying to do good
eta Jut M it stopped they noticed A Cornet "__.,. --- ---
bl THE IDYLWILD i, than not to try.
'n in the *
progress street Mrs. Gabber-They make an awful
I, t at '* M. Catluula Day. The man who has contentment has
a aid the
fight pasIt lot of talk about women not being ableto
November Is fall of saints' days, but something th& will do a great deal more
secret What If ain't? k
keep a they
1 think." said the conductor. the day tat all forlorn and lovesick for him than money..
Florida.Open What is there In secret ?
Melbourne a anyway
Fb maids is the S5tb-St. Catherine's day
passenger jumped ont pitched Mrs. Mild-Nothing to speak of.- There are glimpse of heaven granted
) II -when love charms are said to be ;
fight did very to act thought word
valiant execution for New York Press.MadgeWhy us by every or or
its.t while potent. Weald a maiden have a hns- which raise above onrselvea.
and then -was awfully January 15. 18O5. as

:Ii.1. belabored and pounded. band let her first Invoke Catharine It U not every man who can, be a prompt CAM .I...O5TA11CATEi5 vrH For;:
1 R follows.
f* he crawled back Into the train A select family house; Beautifullylocated M do yon call your girl great saint or' a mighty preacher but M 1111 V <'O.wa. kat. axl Stilt Ulr feanfMNM >
: Bluff overlooking Indian A bs bssd. 81 OfttbMiiM.A .>,. l Is ta. p.l./ .
ad' : \<.blooc1.tre&mlnlfrom the bis what Hirer. Bright on a fires,, best trf beds, large Unrt .iv. oo.. a.. c.aan- bachelor' organization" the "Time and every man CaD be faithful la his work.A I It jraatioa..ari.tI toutmrmati' .<..._tooI.Pa lot.A llaa4akTi: to;int.I*.

I conductor, Well handsomely furnished through. A rick ass ... CathArtM.A. Tide club cheerful temper joined with Innocence tai* ami rrM. Alao a .55595 rr:V Tlaal -
:* they do have ont west don't rooms. Bio. OM. 8. CkUurlo Jrfa1-Bec'auae wait for ... MWMIO book xal fra*.
out offering every home comfort. we DO man.- will make beauty attractive, I'u- _. \11-' Y.oe a 0..11. ..
"Lewiston Journal And we. 6& alaarse. New York World. -. .tb.. url..ll.. ...rl.... ...
knowledge delightful and wit good na- tiw. w Wuse11 "Wel, ,
Then let her $ e.a. of wedding
lj porsel
53TCuUlns a Specialty. < tured. 0.5 b 51. hvw10l .e..d,4 prl.r.s1
As cake Ant passing U throngn ta a Ab.elsWlr Def-- aWt srw1 of ilJl: .ate

n bpU- n.uu12 per day. Leu per week. wedding ring and put It under her pit "You have a bad cold." 1 be said. A kind heart 1s a better vindication eIqea Uo> Ir.-: JIM*MMII-
UlJbeQ- I $ people i!I 3k9 UaeCTetrthlnll Of belief a foe's argum.e.n.1
low 8h si
will most sorely dream of her "I have, 4 replied huskily. 1 am thanan w .Ir Ca Susie. r.r.uutw ew.t..w he..
'y Deeds gd further In Justifying ...... an4 >kutn .
' fntora husband that night-Atlanta so hoarse that If to kiss |
obbins. We have cook who you attempted 5iw.r, .-..k<.......spo..lai..w
a Conftltnflon one's creed. .TUi. Ao.k..
me I couldn't even scream. -New
Brooklyn.Life. York Praia Mcaal u.INDIAN .






!!ooJil Ji ";.t he looking discovered quite black.the dead Deceased body of wait a man sups, 'THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM I Cfl

pOlled to have been dead at least a week.
I There being no evidence of foul play, ,
the jury brought In a verdict to the effect -
that deceased came to his death by Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
some cause unknown. The remains

i Royal Baking Powder Is the the were Cocoa placed cemetery.Mr. in a coffin. and Interred In LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATI.

ii s. Wrlch, the owner.of the yacht,
W and strongest baking left here, Tuesday, for Rockledge, for list of
powder it the purpose of bringing It back to We have for sale a large carefully!;

rU Tltusville.TmtKIDLU. selected Indian River Properties.AJenta .

made. It has received the highest ACCIDENT TO A for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coa.. Li

U award at the .U. S. Gov't official investigation ii LADY.On CANAL Canal and Transportation LAN'DS.Florida Co. .

r Sunday evening distressing accident Southern Railway, JactsoftviHe Tampa *: Key West Railway QDlPIl

U and at all the Great Inter- happened to Mrs. J. W. Rogers, Lands. Disston Compaay's other Low Indian Priced River Lands.Loan and Investmentand ,
wife of our town clerk and daughter of
Mayor D. R. Wilson. It appears that 3VIon.oy to LOaD .d1Wnys o n. :ElL\.I1.\
national Expositions and World's} Fairs in to .uit.WiKe .
MeL Rogers was about to fill the hot At Ten per cent, sums
stove when she spilled some of the gasoline for Descriptive FWce List' of Carefully Selected Properties,

Li wherever exhibited in competition with on top. The sudden flare of this Is Tltusville. Florida.
said to have made Mrs. Rogers jump

back suddenly, upsetting the gasolineall
others.It over her clothes.

makes the finest lightest sweetest C I mass She of was flame immediately, and horribly enveloped bunt before In a Carpets ix '

they were extinguished Her husband
also received severe burns In the attemptto ; ;

iii most wholesome bread, cake and pastry. at blankets eventually once extinguish put around to overcome bed the Mrs., flames and Rogers everythfag by, which, wrapping who done were was *l The Fall Styles s. are All l I :

More economical than any other leavenbing for her that medical skill could suggest.At .

I not first survive It was from thought the effects that of she the burns could Such as Moqnetts, Brussels, Tapestrys and Ingrains, Hi!!

l m and shock to her system, but later accounts -
agent. say that Is more than probablethat or without Borders. This'is the largest and best selecto[

II iSfrEr5iETEjm brought she will on recover.the premature The sudden birth shock of a Stock of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Shades, Oil Cloths s u:

ROYAL RAKING PONDER CO., 1M WALL IT., NEW-YORK. if child, which was born deBt!. Dr Wilson
16 her father and Dr. 0.14. IMmes Furniture to be f found South
= \ ( ) Comings
5 s=i!: !;TIfj { : hare been inconstant attendance upon

the sufferer. ty Write for Samples and Prices.
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St. Lucie River.We In whom they have confidence to secure A PKOVIIHINC11MAN FOUND H. E.. CLARK,
the best terms for the funds required, A Hargaln. 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla
1J) An. ,
and to make an equitable and honest distilbutlon -
are having some lovely weather. of the same; that the money, Business lot, 25 feet front, on Washington
when raised, could be apportioned for On the lath instant a man named avenue, with tin shop, north of
Mr. Manner Is building\ a very tine resident expenditure to the various districts, according William Norton, of Providence, R. I., Losley A: Renaker; can be had for 400.
e for himself, on his place Just below to necessity and desert that the arrived in Tltusville, and that name Wavelnnd.The scheme Is grandly conceived, and should lie hired the sloop yacht, owned by Mr.S. bad In some neighborhood at double the ,
county road between Waveland be pushed to consummation, thus putting Welch, of this place for the purposeof DEALERS IN -
and hewall's I'plnt Is being pushed for Brevard In the race with progressive taking a cruise down Indian River. RODBIT &: GRAHAM Co
ward quickly as possible. counties the state, and remove forever Nothing had been heard of the man or
the stigma-"a county without that boat for some time; but on Monday a
The talk of a shell road from one end first Index of civilization, road" telegram was received by Sheriff J. E. -Judge51.. J. O'Brien and fctessr 5"t # # R I C
Brevard county to the other, has caused ;, Bowman to the elf&t that a man had Cilmmlns and J. J. Donohue, who have i O K\
quite a lot of excitement down thlI1l'ay. been found dead in a sailboat at Rocks been enjoying themselves at the Poln-
and we hope It will be carried out MAKHIAGi OFT1II3DUTC1IKSS ledge, near Chatfleld'a place. clans, Palm Beach, passed through her o ,
The sheriff immediately for Rock- Saturday last, en ronte to Savannah andother I IAfiE.NTS
The Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc,
hold divine Rev. Mr. Howard, of Sebastian, OP CAST) LLUClA, lodge and discovered that tho dead man point* ,
service at Waveband last
was Wm. Norton. He and others madea FOR :- Will always give very lowest price|
Sunday, to a fair congregation, the most
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of them being 1' people. We ate A Former Owner of Diinimltt thorough examination of the body, ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Oa., I and prompt shipments
glad to see that spirit In the I'otsdam and there was not; a scratch upon it, or'' COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Oa., Give us your order and we Iuar
residents, who come so far to hear theword Orange Grove.On any indication of foul play. ., TilE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. antee satisfaction.
At the ia uect held on the body Tuesday ,
of God. We trust more of our Tuesday evening the parlors of morning,. the evidence showed that OFFICE : WAREHOUSE '
Waveland people will\ take pattern by Hotel Indian River were the scene of one the I boat had been anchored In the river JEWELERS 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
those of 1'otsdani. of the most notable society wedding of some days and nobody having been seep Telephone 2M. Telephone 881JACKSONVILLE .
the new year, when Jennie A. Tomajo, board inf f ESTAJUSHCo < ,
on a negro was sent out to FLORIDA.Groceries .
Jensen. Dutches de Castellucia, and Mr. E. L. vestlgate. He found the cabl all closed JACKSONVILLE FLA
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Dwyer of Oregon, were united In mar
i up, and upon opening it to kook around i

Many of the miu'ents. of Jensen pars the rlage.Rev The Chris ceremony Williams was of performed Ioc ledge by, E. BRAY:: .
of lioulah ------------- -------- ,
of the hospitalit Collage

at au Eden opening, last dance week., )Tho Eden occasion now having was says Becker Among the, Kockledge of those Montreal present were Times-Union.; Miss Mrs.Camlle A. Lumber and House Building Materials, 4- Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r, |

w bat it before lacked, a comfortable and Mr. of ,
commodious boarding house, with au i New Dwyer York daughter; Mrs. J.of U Vendig M. F.1)wyer, Mr. Richard W>k Sash Doors and Blinds Limy Cement Nails andBuilders' I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Croker, of New York Andrew S.
; Crrocioriow Fruit
"Vrumlslng tuvekr. I I IItUbop Leo, proprietor of Hotel Indian River; Hardware. Staple & ; ITii-iioy ,

Gray held! divine Il'nlt't'liln the : and Dr. W. L. Hughlctt, of Kockledge, And Food Products
School house, at thin place, on Wednesday attending physician to the dutches. Of All Kinds. Also-My Stock of
evening. The bishop U a pleaxant I ISuautiful floral offerings were presented Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty.

and fluent speaker. MIH congregation by Miiis Dwyer, Mrs. Vendig, Mrs. G. F. PADDISON Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
wa composed 1 of American and English, Itecker and Mrs. Dr. W. L. Hoghlett. .
Russian and Dane-a variety of nationalities The lal'ltlrlwere handsomely decorated TITUSV1LLE, FLA.,, and BAIT OALLIE, FLA. Ground roM and Wheat.I
am the only house on Indian Rivun dealing exclusively the above liner
which Jensen can fill'nlsh on short and looked very Inviting for the occasion.
-------- ----- ------- GmMls. I buy close,and will sell close. 1 invite and soft
Hotel Indian your correspondence
noticeA I Duilngthe Over orchestra e rendered;:: : t Mendelssohn's & BREITWISCH-------, your patronage. Very truly
'Juvenile U'ontapU, at Mt. FEASTER
wedding march in an excellent manner. 23. X.,. I3R1iDY.:
Elizabeth, for }o'rl After the marriage I Mr. andtlr. Dwyer
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dress aulftcll"n. the participants are ex- a reception and received the hearty a. Successors t.L- A. Colrman,
potted to affect tint ur second childhood., gave congratulations of many of the guests of Wholesale of all :Motlow
an may come proof most will natunl U made to them.of the Kxpotlmental re- the hotel. and Retail FLORIDA MEATS & Wagoner.
The dutchesv was the daughter of a Dealer.a
lationship of the sublime and the ridiculous
soothing limp, with bib-and- wealthy Brooklyn merchant. Her latelusband Orange and Vegetable Growers. RETAIL AGENTS FOR
wealthy duke, who
fffaie tucker the under ditteienco hirsute between adornments Juvenility will owned vast was properties a very In Italy and and va- -- -- La Grange, Fla. :PURE SOUR
and dotage. ilous parts of the United States, was MASH WHISKEY
one of the richest noblemen of EuropeMr.
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Like all matters of groat moment, pertaining Dwyer Is a gentleman of large business L. E. Ml:UN,Pr* t. 8. O. VAu.AND.NGHAM.Iee. oil Treiu.PIKENIX .
to progress and the public weal, Interests,owning vast marble quarries i ALL KINDS OF
the proposition to construct a county and minIng Interests and has been MILLS LUMBER CO.
road on the plans advocated your paper quite an extensive lallroad contractor. 1 Wines: : Spirits: : Beers, EtC
meets with criticisms pro and con lie has made the state of Oregon his TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
on the part of the people of this lively home for a number of years past, as Incorporate Getub..t. 181>4-8uco.Man to R. Ramon ft Co.
settlement, with opinions of their own. much of his business Interests are on the
Lath. Shingles and all Kinds
of Rough and Dressed Lumber
As a sample of the comments unfavor Tactilecoast.. They will spend the remainder DUREN & FEASTER
able I It Is objected that "the times are of the winter at Hotel Indian Kept constantly on hand. Alto special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched
too hard; that 7 per cent Is too much! forBrevard Itlver. lumber dressed to order. Barrel head and coven and cypress tanks of all size
county, w Ith a good credit, to It Is evident that marriage la not a made a. called for. All Kinds Of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Work a
pay: when the national government Is failure with the duchess, for we understand
about to ask for a loan of fl. less than half 7 per cent; that If the plan What think ye of this, ye spinsters so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction
do>'el"p.><11t would furnish opportunities' and building vt all kliulu of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and in
for the few at the expense of the many; the most satisfactory manner fall and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Fine Groceries.

that by some chicanery, whatever the KMICK store to rent In the ADVOCATEblock : ->-- Correspondence and Patronage Solicited;
understanding to the contrary, the road fine location. Apply at the
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would IHgin at the county seat and end AIIVOCATK office, Titusvllle. -- Frnits aDd Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kiD
not far from Titusvllle 1 ; that the old rut
was good enough for our fathers and the A :Beautiful Selection
lively :Scmlnole, and we don't want to line Watch, Clock u V Jewelry CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINW AUE, _
out of It On the other
anyway. Bros., Titus OI7 --- ::,- Agents for Wilhami A. Clark Fertilizer
bind, It 1s suggested by some that the Repairing at Anthony Co. Your orders solicited.
"wise men of the east" are raining moneyon vllle. Satisfaction guaranteed. 24tf
public credit because of the bard :ggc Very Truly l11'QE W Ir'onfstord

times, deeming It a partial panacea for :::> -
the evils that are now on us, boirowing A Beautiful Line
( t=' '
strength to stem the current In anticipation Of sterling novelties at Anthony Bros.Titusllle ., < BROWI JUG. .
of the Mood-tide which Is cure to .4tf -
come that the people can select those r ,r Old Kentucky

l11UWllli U'\lV y ; 49* j + RYE OR BOURBON.

.._ c:::> OSI: GALLON, Delivered
YOU USEEvaporated =c
DO t In Sealed Case (no marks) at your
Cream or Unsweetened Con. STERLING BELT M BUCKLES x AND ZARINOS On freight Receipt prepaid,of $3,
den>eti Milk, and desire the best? You Can ,
obtain it by asking your grocer: fur At ANTHONY BROS., The Jewelers. All AddreM business Strictly ConfldentUU -

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Jacksonville, Fla.
BRANDEvaporated LUMBER! .

Cream JAMES T. HCJXoUry (

guaranteed by the thirty year** reputation We are making special prices on Lumber Public IMOI tf
of the New York Condensed Milk Com. ,
t* decidedly superior to anythingof Lath and in lots Florida Real Estate Exchange i
lei i heretofore ottered. Warranted Shingles, car toall points Sonth on the ,
wzs.wo an absolutely put milk product I Yet, we
our guarantee guarantee it,and U.the ubstantUl.Vnvn public have. learned that J,, St. A. & I. R. R'y. For full particulars, AddressBUILDERS' ::r Write us for descriptive price ii-:

*br the N.w York CoadMMd Milk Co. SUPPLY CO., POSTOFFICE BOX 18O. _
Drawer I 13, St. Augustine Fla
Brevard Co., FLA.

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