Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
May 3, 1895
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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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r bl. 1O. No. 13. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1895. Price, 5c.

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LOCAL NEWS, Head Tills Column Carefully. -Mr. J. B. nigbee, of Daytona, leaves -Mr. II. Watton, of Clifton was In -The Cordova hotel, St Augustine, Off fc. the Dahamn.

for Belltvue 0. this week the town closed for the
to spend on Wednesday IKS season.
nd Topic of General Interest. ty Advertisements on this (first)'
page; are ten cents per line per week, and summer. -Mr. Ed. Stlling, of Cocoa, paid TI- -Mrs. Valentine, of Tlllman, was vis- Mr. Albctt Robert and Captain and

are continued from week to week unless -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins left here, Monday usvllle a visit jesterday. ting friends at Cocoa yesterday Lady" Cecilia" Rose will leave In Mr.

lel1 and General Gossip In Worth connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on afternoon, for Lake Worth, to Captain O. Porter, of Daytona, was a -Mr. Walter Hitching, of Potsdam, lobert' pleasure yacht SirenSaturday, i
and Lake .ea
River the
Indian any page first are five cents
with per Cor a three weeks cruise In the Bahama
during put week. Brief mention of line each insertion. attend Circuit Court.Photographer Peasant visitor to town Wednesday and was a pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE !
lloni Islands. Th. will visit Nassau and sev
IntCTf,tln. Events from Varlou. Part Woodward has just Thursday.Mr. office yesterday.Mr. y
About People. Ton Know THE EAGLE CI.OTIIIXO< STORE era) other points of Interest.
World In the
of the I Know Picked turned out some very good photographs -) and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of Eden, A. C. Gardner, who has boon 111
Ton block Titusville the
And People are
of the ADVOCATE building.Mr. the dancers at the Day In bed during the two weeks Is a
,f by Our Society Edltor.D leading clothiers on the East Coast of were among May past Aeeltlrut at Cocoa.
Florida. Give them a trial. C. B. Knott, manager of St. ball at The Plaza, Rocklodge.The little better today.Mr. .

Augustine's palatial hotels, expects to crop of beans has been githred. and biro O. Schuyler. of Canaveral Mr. C. f'. II Collins met with a serious

WHERE our 4th to and stop.7th (See list of hotels on remain In the Ancient City a fortnightor A few crates: come in now, buthlpments are In town to-daj, awaiting Mrs. accident Friday of last week In hand- w

D T E pages. so longer, ere going notth. are light from Cocoa, at Schuyler's arrival from the north. Unit tho ice pick, he struck hU lower

oVoSCo SEE one of those hobby straw hats, at -Mr. J. E. Ainout, of Orlando, who present.A -Miss 0. F. Linn, who has been left leg, the pick entering the cult, severing -

the Eagle Clothing Store, Titiisvillo.THSVE has been moving Fort Pierre's Baptist petition has been circulated: at i caching! school at Tropto, stopped olT In an artery. I>r. Hiighlctt attended .

U church, stopped over here, Tuesday: on Lantana and forwarded to the postofllre ntusvllle, yesterday, ou her way to La him, anti he was able to toe about }'esoi -

& Co's.paper flower supplies, at Chaffee Ida way home. authorities at Washington: asking that I (range. 'day, Wlug on the streets I

-Mr. II. M. Flagler, after paying a Vest Palm Beach lw placed on the lake -Mr. and Mis. Chas. L. Kiflln, of 'T --

final visit to the Royal Poinclana, Palm mail route. Richmond Va. who Hotel Coiilnu, Orinoiiit.
DEED: blanks lOo. each; $3.00 per 100, at mo ou a honeymoon
the ADVOCATE office. Beach, passed through Titusville\ Monday -The Carleton hotel, hay; street, trip, a'l'lvetllTltllllvlllo yesterjlay. \

afternoon, en route to St. Augustine.The Jacksonville' which has been so well The above hotel, under the manage
STOP at the City Barber nent of Messrs. Selser A Vlnlng has
Shop-white ,
of those who there
spoken by
Misses Abbie and Grace Wet- -Miss Fanny Hammond, one of J''l'tOranjte'l
barbers. Razors honed.
i more, who spent a few wc'klln town his past winter, will remain open all : most talented singers, spent Bono a fine business the past winter
has Income extensive
WE have tiled them all, and find the with their uncle and aunt, have arrivedat the summer. from Saturday until Monday with MendsnDajtona. patronage so
that they have decided to keep all
Brotherhood Overalls and jumpers the their Boston home after a very en- -Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Flagler left St. open

best on earth. Sold only at the Eagle joyable sea trip.Attention Augustine, yesterday, for New York, -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, of Tlusvllle ho summer, so that our Florida rosl-
Clothing Store, for $1.50 per suit. hunts may enjoy the fine bathing and
is drawn to the advt. of where their steam yacht Alicia; has gone and Mr. H. J. Tlflin, of Court- lives. for which Oimond noted.

the Pioduco Co. ahead of them. They expect to do a enay, were among those who attended
TlTI1, carefully extracted by Dr. M. I). Exposition general I
L. Dodsou. 50 cents per tooth. Office commission merchants, 121: and U3:! Butler deal of cruising this summer the LI\llat Rocklixlgo.Mrs. .

on Ilutchinson avenue, Titusville. st, Atlanta, Ga., which will be foundon -Mr. John Anderson, one of the pop- Speer auto up from Cocoa yesterday A Few WoriN! from Indlnnnu.EAST .

Go our 4th page. ular proprietors of Hotel Ormond, left and left for Sanford this moinng. -
GRAIN, flour, meal, grits, cotton seed ADAMS ST., Mi'iirr, bll.l I
thlll week for the north. He will soon her friend
-Dr. Stites and well I She stopped with Mrs
Harry family
meal and blood, bone and potash at April 2.1: ItHtt.: (
Baker; & Holmes' Branch House, known and prominent residents of West be at the Mount Pleasant House, White S. I), Geiger w htlo in town.

TUL object of advertising in a genet a' Titusville, Fla. Palm Beach, passed through here Mon I Mountains, to get it In readiness for the Jacksonville\ Weather Crop Bulletin .lfeaare. firnhane.t' il'nltnntGentlemen1* Is to educate the human mind to opening.Mr. : enclose check for renewal -
day morning en route to Millerstown\ says: "Ooorglana, Bievard Co.-Bonn .
think best of your goods when thinking FOR first class shoemaking: and repairing Pa., where they expect to spend the A. T. Uose, the well known shipments have boon very heavy. Bulk of the ADVOCATE for another year.
uf i good \in line at all-and to attain call J. A. at Mr. Nolle' val-
your on Daughtry summer. naphtha launch: builder, Melbourne, has of the the crop has been forwaided.Jas. .- I have: never missed a ropy of your
thin requires a skill In arousing, sustaining old stand, Titusville, Fla. uable since I subscrilxid\ which
launch for Mr. paper
completed a naphtha
-Miss Hattie Hale left here last Saturday just H. White.

and directing attention that in the no NOTWITHSTANDING! the hard times, our morning for I'alatka, on a visit to W. H. llall'III i of Eden: She Is 22ft. Messrs.. Wm. M. Brown, W. S. Gra- peaks will for all parties concerned.

hoolmaster or college exercise professor in a like stock of clothing, men's furnishings, her aunt. Miss Hattle informal us that long and Oft. beam, finished In quartered ham and S. F. Gray, who left LakeiVoith Yours, etc.,
world is required to ClulI.A.W.
and men's shoes were never more com- oak. She was ou her trial: trill venterlay -
she return to Titusville\ week board the
But may not again, last on sloop
degree with his unwilling pupils. plete, at the old reliable Eagle ClothIng
have worked
and Is said to toper-
tllt public can learn, will learn and doer Store, Titusville, Fla. which her many friends will much 10- he well Annie Dorcas, for Biscayno Bay, are expected Lhlug Kuchro.
ectlon. Mr. Harris says .
home to
efforts gret. to-day or morrow.Mcswrs.
drain' under the able and energetic
l with his new launch.A .
of the persistent advertiser. CHEAT reduction on bread at Fischer's -Divine service will\ be held on Sundaynext Lesley, Crabb and Wagnerwere In place of the usual afternoon tea: ,

Sets bakery.and Usual 4cts. size Lower loaves river selling orders for the 5th inst., by Archdeacon B. F. deed was recorded to-day from distributing, free, Buck Inter on the given; by the ladles of the guild for the

PRINTING at this office. promptly attended to. Blown, at Cocoa, at 10::'M a. m., and at H. M. Flagler and wife to J. C. Salter streets yesterday for the Anhauser Ilusch benefit of the Episcopal church, Sirs G.M. .

:rJon Merritt at 3:30: p. m. The sermon at the for the property known as "Kirkslde," Brewing company. They had the com- Robbins, assisted by Mrs. J. O. Walton -

;r The ADVOCATE mar be had atDr To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVO- last named place will be on the Christian and afterwards another deed was recorded iany's wagon and goat with them as arademaik. I and Mrs. Lnnoiiette will give an

Screven's drug store Mrs. Emma CATE block, Titusville. Excellent lo- Sabbath by which Mr. Salter: conveys the entertainment, consisting of living

Eaton'M news stand, 5c. per copy. cation, Possession may be had at -Mis. Lockwood, one of Daytona's property to Ida; M. Flagler. This simply -Mr. Geo. F. Miles, manager of the euchre, a scarf drill and other amusements

-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three' or once.C. II.Apply Walton to Robbins, AnvocATE& Graham office, well-known ladles of society, Informs us means that Mr. Flagler has given the East Coast Canal company, ,Joined at the Opera house, on Wodnos-

cent.: |per week, postage included, when. Titusville. that she will shortly leave for Europe, property to his wife.-St. Augustine Senator Morrow, and Representatives day evening, May 8th. Refreshment

taken. by the year. for the purpose of studying music. Her Press. /Im and Chapman, In Titusville on will be served. Admission ten cents.

-What do you need ? Head those I i'STOMtiw going north will\ find It to aunt will\ accompany her. Mrs. Lock. -Mrs. J. M. Paine, who has been Friday afternoon' last, and stalled Everyone I II cordially Invited.

special ads. on 4th their interest to compare prices of wood may remain In Florence for a spending the winter at her beautiful southward, on an Inspection of the canal

page. trunks and valises, at the Eagle, couple of years. residence between Cocoa and Ruckledge, work. Inspection of the Canal York
-Senator Robt. Morrow the ArW.ATE A
gave Clothing Store. big shipment just
the banks of ludian River, left fur
Mr. A. after spending a few on
received. Brady,
call last Friday afternoon -
a pleasant weeks_ in: Atlanta, returned to Titusvillo her home In Minneapolis, Minn., yesterday To Ilcclaliu a JUg H\\'UIIII". Senator Morrow, of Brevard; and Ht'I'

MONEY. We want money to loan on first last Friday. He is much pleased with much to the regret of her many prescntatlvos Chapman, Orange andZinc

-Mr, II. G. Sloane, who has been real estate mortgages. Ten per cent Atlanta, and as soon as he has attendedto friends. Mrs. Backus-a fiicnd of Mrs. County Surveyor J. O. Fries, Deputy of St. John' county, who left Tltusvlllo -

spending the winter at Cocoa, left for free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden some business matters, Mr. Brady will\ Maine's-accompanied her north. Miss Surveyor S. A. Robinson, E. C. McDowell last Friday, arrived at West Palm

inenville, Wis., yesterday.We & Sanders, Titusville and West Palm will house fortnight Charles Rinaldi, Arthur Butt
Beach Florida. again make his appearance In Atlanta, Lizzie Paine keep a Beach the same night. Ou Saturday

are pleased to note that Mist probably to remain there a year or two. or so longer ere leaving for Minneapolis. and a colored driver started Tuesday for morning they left for New River, for the

IMh Woodward, who has been quite, WE now have money to loan In sums to The Misses Paine are quite talented the Immense tract of saw-grass swampon purpose of Inspecting| the workings and

lick during the past week or so, la well suit an approved real estate security. -Capt. O. S. Porter, well known on young! ladies, and they are always welcome : the headwater of St. Lucle and St. progress of the East Coast Canal.
Send In Robbins & Indian River and Lake Worth, who ha Sebastian livers where they will spend
enough to be out again. your applications. visitor to Indian River. The above committee returned hereon
Graham Co. Invested largely In Daytona property, two or three months surveying. 7'he
-Mr S. II. Happersett, who has been -The Indian River Guards leave hereon Tuesday, Senator Morrow stoppingolT
exchanged a house and lot a few days Is known all the St. (Jhu-
Yi8il1nl l her fiiend, Mrs. J. P. Turner, at. IF you are in need of some art coats and his Monday morning next, the 11th inst., tract usually at Titusvillo until the next day,
El I I!om; a few days, returned to town on neckware of a very fine quality at about ago for a lot adjoining property on for Tallahassee, where they will encamp tlan saw-grass, and former ports and while lie1ereisentativesChapmais and Zim
worth the north side. The exchange was tend to show that It can
half the price they are you examinations their
atiuiiay last, after a pleasant"sojourn.nhdeacon with the balance of the state troops for continued journey.
must go to Julius Kline's, on Washington made between himself and son, and be drained at reasonable expanse. the ADVOCATE
.\1, B. F Brown has beer avenue, and inspect the splendid both properties are In good locations in ten days. Cap Feaster has been drillIng Senator Morrow gave

In- 'lin;r services on the lower river at stock he has. his men every day this week, and a pleasant call before leaving for Tallahassee -
Daytona.Mrs. Yacht Ashore
'1..11". \v,. 1Vednesdal a good about A and said that several placeson
Tuesday at Jupiter; expects present company
and little
E. W. daughter
the Haul-
at HoLe Sound, and at Eden on Fri. NAPHTHA LAUNCHES. A. T. Rose, Mel- forty. The guards have been camping The yacht Ethel, belonging, to Captain the upper canals, between
bourne, Indian River, will build any Edwina, left here, Tuesday morning A over and New Smyrna, needed dredging,
day In the armory quite a deal this week. John Dunn, was stranded on Lake Woithbar
kind of steam or naphtha launch, sailor last, for Faceville, Ga., on a visit to re but the work now being done on the new
-Mr, W. F. Jones, of Jacksonville,I row boat to order. Write him for latives. From there they will go to squad leaves here for Tallahassee todayor last Thursday afternoon, and It was canal In Dade county was excellent; the
to-morrow to get everything; In read(I- the Citizen correspondentthat
tat estimate reported by .
been spending a day or so In town Alabama, to stay for awhile with Mr. work was being rapidly pushed for
for the boys. she would be a total loss. There
!tilt new
week of the
attending to some Dlckson's parents. Mrs. Dickson has ward and the powerful dredge were
counts of the Indian River Steamboat CAR of best octagon bean crates just been a resident of Titusville for nearly -Dr. and Mrs. II. Ford Scudder and were on board at the time Captain Dunn working, night and day. The genial
to arrived at Baker & Holmes. This I. and Mr. Stranaban, who wa on his way
the last car we will have. Order four years, and her numerous Indian Mrs. W. P. Martin, Mrs. Scudder'smother Lake Worth from New River. Capt.Dunn senator appeared to have been mnch impressed -

The dance at the Opera house, last quickly; $350 per 100 crates; cash River friend hope to see her return at who spent the winter at Melbourne to from with what he saw.
walked to West Palm Beach
Friday night, was quite an enjoyable with order. Include freight to pay no distant date. Mr. Dickson expects have been stopping at the Palmetto
Inlet. He stated that the yacht was
tor, and the attendance wu fairly stations. to leave for Georgia In about two weeks' house, Daytona, for several days, Up In the White Mountains.Mr. .
ABTUUB J. DOYLE, Manager, In the vicinity of the rocks, and a* the
food it was given for the purpose of rals- Titusville, Fla. time. en route to their home In Cincinnati, O.

tug sufficient money to purchase a flag -Dr. F n. Iloughton expect to leave They will return to Melbourne next wind that the was vessel steadily could rising not, be It wa saved.thought The and Mr*. Price, of the Hotel

'for the Indian River Guards. Daytona In about two weeks' time. Before winter, and occupy Miss Allen' cotUge. several Ormond, will leave In about a week or
built at Jacksonville:
Ethel was
t'nder the management of Mrs W. Georgiana to Ocean. leaving the East Coast he will\ spend Dr. and Mrs. Scudder are very musical, two on a visit to relative In Kentucky.

and they will be quite an acquisition to year ago. They will then visit friends In Philadelphia
Davidson, the Palmetto house, Day a few day In Titusville, and then go onto ,

tona, i Is u popular u ever. It has been Large, comfortable sloop, by the day Darlen, Ga., for a couple of weeks Melbourne. Mr*. Martin Is still suffering Another Hear Killed. en route to their summer hotel-
the After June fat, regular effect of the accident she In the White
crowded this winter. Mr*. DaTldson'i or by trip. address en route to his home In Columbus, O. from the The Mount Pleasant-
trip For the present, or met with on the train some month ago. andD. Mountains. Mr*. Price-who wa quitea
J. B. Thomas
mnay Wends hope to see the above well A. B. CARTER, Georgiana. Dr. Iloughton ha had his fine buildinglot Messrs. J. F.Deberry,

known house under her management for on Rldgewood avenue thorough Proprietor Crapo & LeYene will D. Grant, of West I'alm Beach, went' favorite among The Ormond guest

a great many yean to come.YI. cleared up, and he expect to have i keep the Carleton, Jacksonville, open out bunting last Thursday on the eastside during the put season-I* anxiously

.. Ida been Care-Taker Wanted. nice little cottage erected thereon next throughout the summer months. about six mile south of Palm Beach, looking forward to spending the summerIn
R. Bates who has
I teaching year. These gentlemen have made' host of and killed a black bear that weighed In the mountain of New Hampshire, for
, school here during the winter,
Wanted for an orange grove and an liberal and the neighborhood of two hundred and she Informed an ADVOCATE: representative -
Wt tile
I for Nashville Tenn. Tuesday -Mrs. Irving Hlscock, wife of the marter friend and patron by
ou cane field, on Indian that the would
I eight acre sugar the Robinson Crusoe has ., able in which they have conducted fifty pounds. The animal wa a female Sunday ,
morning Many of her friend hope to River a and wife with two or three of sloop manner Ormond friend
of her
and the tracks of a male were seen, says meet many
'laIn see her In TltusviU next winter. adult sons accustomed to the above kind house full of canary birds. The moment their hoteL Their summer
Send full particulars to C. II, ) necessitate the attention ot the CItizen. Another party will go out at the Mount Pleasant this summer; and
County School J. U. Sam. of work. one enter the door he U greeted by ., resort will
Bates U an Supt.excellent teacher. sayskits Walton, ADVOCATE office, TitusvilleFU. ,I burst of song. The pair that originatedthis but one of the proprietor at a time, and In a day or two In search of him. The again, they were going to have neatly all
with them. This
Interfere with the animal wa skinned and the meat wa their Ormond employ
-Vt Interesting family of songsters was.I will not In any way
the Newmarket race. In England: hotel-which Messr Anderson A Price
the Carleton. brought to this city and equally divided
Wall Paper.We >> a union of north and south, the fathei personal management of
Tuesday, Mr. Michael Dwyer's bay be will this summer U larger than
coming from Key West and the mothei Mr. O. W. MacAvoy, who doe the between the hunter .The skin manage
gelding, Banquet the winner of a and I.I beautifully situ-
was Ormond
mounted. Several Hotel ,
two stock of all kind oj r from Minnesota. From these a Burner,. rooming at this hotel, I* not a first-claw dried and perhaps
thousand guinea The Amerl- have a large ated.. It U within four tulle of the
side of
purse. allroundhotel bean have been seen on the east
can wallpaper on hand, sample and priCetof I on progeny ha sprung. Mrs. IIUcocl front man, but a practical
wititlwr-Jockey was loudly cheered by the which will be forwarded upon ad now ha* eight grown bird and two Joel' manager. He U well known late, and bunting parties 11'11110 out In Crawford House, where Manager II. "" .

present, who believe In the dressing batched. They make her house fsUrlj r among winter visitors, having managedthe search of more of them. Two coons Merrill, of the Royal Polnclana will be
Otto "Honor to those whom honor I* & Co., Druggist*.
CHAWE also killed the hunter found this summer,
,, hotel several Inters. were by
dllt," TltusvOle, Fla. alive with song.-Tropical Sun. New Everett n

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I woman tad "come In to lee her proofs'' THE MOON'S CLIMATE. 1 Clyde Steamship Co.

and the clerk had blandly handed the .
cause of all the commotion over the WIt, O.>T Satellite "Rahject to Great E*>
showcase, behind which she had In. ,,....* of Beat ..
trenched herself. The customeror ".u 1>> In Illustration of the Important climatic

ject," aa the photographers term their effects of an atmosphere, I need

patrons, was mad aa soon M she law do little more than cite the case of the

the proof. Bat the diplomacy of the moon. Our satellite ia practically"at the Ad.atiN

young woman behind the showcase same distance from the sun aa the earth,
i 'li illy pI would have given points to politician. and In its case also Internal beat baa no

She was thoroughly earnest or conS. present effect on the temperature of its

dentlal or friendly or a little bit troubled superficial portions. It would therefore .

I all In one breath. It was apparent seem that, so far as sun heat is concerned .

that she had been there before, and she the moon must be in much the same

demonstrated that she was well acquainted eandltion as the earth. But It we thence

._...---_.-.----. .._-. with the promises. And she deduced the Inference that the tempera 1 New York Charleston and Florida Lines
)1rs. Judge Peck- waa truthful. She knew that it wann' tare conditions prevailing on our satel ,

fair to judgo the plate by the proof and, liteboata resemblance to the tern SEE

DyspepsiaMr what ia more, she auccendud In oonvinoing -, perature conditions prevailing on the YOU CAN IT. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed .
tho subject that this was the earn earth we should make a great mistake. perhaps one of Dr Pierce't Pleaj

"Very well, Miss Blank," she lIaM Obfiervaftons of the moon's heat show ant 1'e1'1etll-but yon can't.feel it to sail as follows :

Judge Peek Tolls How when the atmosphere had cleared some that its surface is exposed to a treDllln.dOU8 I after it's taken. Anti yet it does Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.

She Was Cured what. "We will finish some of them r"ngeof temperature, extending to more good than any of the huge, (STANDARD TIMl:.)|

Sufferers from IyMpal' should read the foU and you come in and lee 'em, and If hundreds of degrees. It has been dem I fashioned pills, with their gnp Frnm New York TEAMER Frnm JarkunmlllM".

tewing I later from Mr. It M Peck wife of you feel then aa you do now we won't onstrated that the temperature of the and violence. 1 lu'se tiny I'el. (1'1er29E.L! ) : 3.00 in..1'ihERIIKFF.. ... Tueeday, Ch.rlestonArstnrkWednesday '
Judge Peck a Justice at Tracy.Cal.,and a writer ask you to take 'em moon under the fall glare of the sunrises ing lets the emillect and nsient to take, 5rlday: llar." 2 2s.: :: 3.10): r. in ALIlo\tlt'IN : Tharsdat. Arr. i: at I: : '" ; wTueeday :
connected with the Associated Freest Aa the door cloned the clerk to a point in excess of that of boiling Apr, 3,510 ur sPMlNOLE: StunIav, :: at ,
"By a deep sens of gratitude for the great rear bring you help that l water while it
benefit I have received from the uie of Hood I ranged some photographs of party gownson equally certain that I ration'IIuon, Bilious Attacks, :: N :: 3.50) :: m 'CHEKIKEE : .. Sunday:: :: 1{ at I' :> '
the showcase, looked Into when the sunbeams are withdrawn the Wednesday I lo' : 3.010 m .. .. /,Ltltl\Itt IN. Tueeday. .. Iii.: ,,I I IFridav : :':
fI."I'.rlll"| I have I tech led to write the followIng away alderuiffjements '
Hiadaclies and ..I'IJOJ.: :.. ... .
Sick or Dilious 1'!. at 3.10 I' m Thursday I" :at I I' '" ?
itntfnieiit for the cnrflt of suflerrr who temperature of the moon sinks to
may been be a great similarly sufferer' affllrted l from: djr Fur i>f|It> I U years and I liar* ppacoforafewmomentsandmurmured"Ob, bnmmle, and then wont back and, far below that with which any arctlo a point explorer of tho liver, stomachand Friday Tueeday, :: 1I hi: :g:::: I'm p: t" .1 W t1:: :'....:..Thursday Sundav, :: 21 25: :: i''.' ; ,:]'

Heart Trouble. ( thrust her bend into the pokebonnet baa made us acquainted. Here, bowels! are permanently cured NraNlay: ; :: ;i; :a :: m.m ...',.At.tINtll'IN SF\IiNILbl,.::. .Sundav:.relay,. :: :': ;..tWednesday '" : III

contrivance where ahe waa making ugly then, ia a globe fed just as we are, with The ""re the chenpent: for tb(>y're Friday :: Ys 3.1a m.." IRINh'Gls.. Thun da1, Nay i .t? 1I ?]
Almost everything I ate would distress me. I sunbeams and ) Tuesday' 351: : 8.110: :: m Cl1EROhF.Snntlay: : at 1\\t : : :,
look little less yet undergoing tremen satisfaction
people 01
tried dim'rent treatments and medicines bu'Ialled i I a so, and there \guaranteed to give ,
to realize relief Two fears ago a friend was silence in the room. dons vicispitndes of climate, surpassing your money is returned. You pay; New York Dlret't.

prerallcd\ UIHIII me to try hoots HHMHpiu-llkt. "Do you have many oases of that kindto any changes endured by the earth. for the good get.r .
The tint liottle I noticed I helped me. so I cal- only you
tinned taking It. It did. me so much good that handle?" the photographer was axkod The climatic difference between these Philadelphia] and Jacksonville Linos.Meeklv .
my frlHiiitt siioke of the Improvement. 1 havereceived "Well, no not many Of course there two neighboring globes ia certainly connected .
such great benefit from It that are some people who are bound to kick with the fact that the moon has A SQUARE offer of onlc Iwtwecn tnkimnville" and Ilillailelphla, calling at Charleston 1'0..*
Gladly Recommend It. I anyway Bat I have noticed that such very little atmosphere, even It it be hOC $500 in gold is made rant freight Steamnhii s "onel
I now have an eicellent appetite and nothing I characters have more self conceit than completely destitute thereof Our atmosphere the of moM 1'111 LA rH:rl'lItA. bTfAM&HIP.: FHOM JA('K-"\t'ItIt, h
tat ever distresses me It also keeps up mjr acts climatic by proprietors Saturday, March 30th. . ONEIDA . . . Friday Ajn ',111:
entitled as a regulator Ja
tbey to. We have
I are all kinds Catarrh
reduces Dr. Sage's Saturday, April Oth . . .WI YAU. . . . Friday, April I]
of the degree in which the intense
Hood'sCuresflesh I people to handle. And then follow Remedy, for any cast Saturday, April 13th.: . .O EI.U. . . .. Friday April lilt)II
ed a little dissertation which would in- fervor of the sun affects the earth, and of Catarrh in the Head :saturday, Apiil .Oth. ttlMAH . . . Fridty AI'lIll'lh:

and strength I"cannot praise HoodKarsaparlllt 'g I i terest subjects, and particularly the wo- it mitigates the rigor of the cold to matter how bad o Saturday, \1'Iil2ith. . ONtlDA . ... . . JridiyMn: rl!
too mu h. MM*. II. M. Yaca7raeyCa11fonda. which the earth would be no
who have exposed when
letIiWD'g.Hood's I men, ever tried and intend to 1I
: try conclusions with the camera The the sunbeams are withdrawn. Such an of how long standing -

Pills are bind made, and perluetlu stock remark which at some time nearly ameliorating agent is absent from the which they cannot cure. St. Johns River Line.
proportion and appearance Ko a boi. moon, and hence arise those violent
every subject utters as she comes In.
to the presence of the camera Cyclops ia extremes of its climatic condition.
We thus see what factors the For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
tlnCUTUH, KTC. that she had "about aa soon have a potent i FAIR AND HIS WORKMEN.The .
tooth palled as to have a picture taken. existence and the extent of an atmos the St. Johns River.

Free and But that time honored platitude has little phere become in determining the na Millionaire 11110"". Free and Easy

excuse for existence nowadays, said turn of the climate that a planet ia to Way of Getting information
The hide Wheel
Elegant Iron Steamers
Accepted % Masons the photographer, because in all of the have. We do not know enough regarding Senator Fair was rarely known to dig-
; best galleries pictures are taken by short the atmospheres of Mara, Venus charge a miner. A parent could not "OITY OF JA.OX SONVXLLE,"

exposure, which ia practically instantaneous. and Mercury tojbo able to draw any oertain have been kinder to them. Smoking CAl'T. W. A. SHAW,
The people who know more about conclusions with regard to their was forbidden In the mines. Fair had a
Indian Titullvllle photography and the art of getting a climates.. Bat this we may at least affirm free and easy way of dropping down the Is anointed to sail from Jack."nvllle Sunda,'., Tuesdays and Frlilajs at 3 JO p. in.. aml I n

River : F11.; good likeness than does the operator that It seems quite possible for the shafts at unexpected hours and making turning leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesday. and Saturdays at Seth a. m.IIU''fH .

Lodge, No. 00 often cause him some annoyance and a different influences we have named to himself agreeable. One night be smeller
}Nlown'ND. \ Bol 'b
good deal of amusement"In go a long way toward neutralizing the tobacco smoke In a crosscut Smilingand !teat! 8l'HEUl"LE. Red '.T

II il Is It* meeting the Mtrnnd and fourth Fri deciding upon a pose for the contrasts that the climates of these paternal the senator seated himself: Live 3.30 p. m. .... ........ ..... ... .. .. Jackson.... ......... ............ nolle :3.e1 t a mA.1

vllle day. ,M of at:MK1.MM*:.imp'h,,month inJ at the Court; II. IUV.,Titus must face,"exercise continued great the care.photographer In the few, "we seconds globes would of the otherwise different supplies present in of sunbeams consequence .. on boys.a chunk"Dear of me ore,"and he chatted said presently with bin, :: 8.101 130: :: E: :::::::::::::::::::::::::St..:.l'alatks.Astor.Frond..,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::: Leave 3.051 9fv 11113 p. (5

Hoc. W. MKMQIITS I' that we have to look at the subject that they receive at their actual "it's really a treat to get down here .. 11.311.. m. ............ .... ....... llO'or"...................... .... 12.1111 Mao

OF 1'YTIIUS we must decide(provided, of course, we solar distances. So far as mere climate among ye an away from all tbe business Arrive gee e210 :: :: :::::::::::::::.::::::::.Itlue Sanord.Strings.:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: I 9ie' a a :

are allowed to decide) what position of Is concerned it seem quite possible bothers on the surface. D'ye know, I'd 8211 a. m. ........ .. .... ... .........Enterprise ... ............ ...... .... 9.311 e I II
Hemlnnle lodge No in. hold Its
the Court hones the lint tour Thursday meetings even the face will give the best likeness. It that appropriate atmospheres and lane jilt like to have a smoke? Do any o' General
Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St. Jacksonville
Inics of each nuintb,at S o'elm'k p. m. ia true of almost everybody that one side distributions might be adjusted on the yon chaps happen to have a pipe wi' ,
8. D. ( earth and Mars M. H.CLYDE,ATM., F. M. IROSMONOERjR.FIa. Pass, AgtM ..
OrKir.H C. I. HOHHS, of the faoo is quite markedly better looking Mercury and Venus in yon?
I Howl I Green, York. .
hew Fla
nt Went Hay St.Jacksonville
C C. K. of R. S. than the such a manner that certain organic Miner Smith
other and for this hand
reason a new eagerly THEO O. EaGER T. M, Jxo.1. HOWARD, Fla. Fret Agt.,
INDIAN imERGtARIlS. comparatively few fall face or front view types might be common to all the four drew a pipe from a bole In the rock and Rowling Green New Tork Foot IlogenSt..Jackuonvllle.Fit

photos are taken. But sometimes we globes.-Sir Robert Ball in Fortnightly his millionaire friend and employer A.J COLE General I'atsenger Agent J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent
Drill at the Armory over county Jail every have to deal with individuals who In. Review puffed at the and when ha bowling Green New York.
Tuesday evening In the.: month, at to oio'k.; away catty, toot Hogan St. jaoknomille
A. T 1'CA.TnRCaptaln.ctiURctt : ; list upon a pose of the face that ia distinctly departed left his blessing behind him 1) D. C. MIVK, O F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,1'blladel),hla.|
Mer" ..'. WINE OF CJ.HDUI for female di...... AVM. P. CLIDE. ('
bad Not long ago a certain man "Brown said the senator to the & 0., General Agents,

Eg. J came to me with the protograph of a McElree's Wine of Carduland superintendent hulf an hour later in his 11 So Delaware Av., Philadelphia. a Bowline Green New TorkSouti .

:, friend which showed the face in clear THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT office, "discharge that man Smith who's
profile. He laid he wanted a photo of workin in crosscut No. S on the 2,400
EiMSCOl'AL rill'llCHkrvlce br sale by the following merchants iaTitusvllle
himself in exactly that position It so He's been smokin.

the Jot an,I 3rd Sundays In each happened that the model which he submitted : Fred S. Chaffee & Co. A body of rich ore was struck In a .
month at II a. m and:Jiip. in. Sunday school _
,very Hundav at 2,JO p. m n at had an unusually good profile, J. B. Screven. drift, and speculative reasons made it
I p. lu, on Wednesdays. Litany service: every and consequently the picture was quite necessary to hide the news from the

Friday at 10 a. m Rev II. V HHOWM. Rector effective. But my subject's profile was publio for a few days. The senator, in Q)
Ills Bight 1m..........
faulty. Indeed he had a nose 'as Will a his flannel shirt and oilskin bat, sat r-- Railway
riU.3HYTfc.RIAN: 1Il'RCn.. nose.' It was gigantic. I saw right Hogan-Those are two terrible black down with the resting miners in the

Servlceevery: BubbathatIta.nt. and TaOpm: away that a profile of his face would be eyes yer got Qrogon. drift, and picking a piece of rook from a ABSOLUTELY THE
a.bbath..h.ulatetalal: ; : m t hrlntUn Ends anything but flattering to the owner, Oregon Yea ought ter sea the other passing car remarked: SHORTEST ROUTE

Wednesday vor meeting at TJilp at S;:JO n.p All. in are? rordiallv prayer: meeting Invited: and I tried to break it to him gently feller. "That's pretty good stuff. Don't yon THROUGH

to attend. lUv W T. PEALS, i astur. 'But,' he said, 'you admit that this Hogan-How does he look think so, boys?" PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

la a fine photo and I know that the like. Qrogan-Oi daniiow Oi ondn't see There was a murmur of respectful assent .
METHODIST CHIRCHRervlre ness ia excellent Why can't you get him.-Mew York Herald. from a few. COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS,

at Tltusville every first,second and the same results from my face? I think "What do yon think of It, Johnson?" THOROUGHFARE

third league at a m, ?' STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, J with Fair's
p every Sunday: ; Prater meeting yon II ways, examined the rock
J o ok. k every Thursiluy night. The : LtCASt'Ol.NTV I
cordially Invited to attend our service publlo are That isn't the point.' said I, because Frank J. Chenney makes oath that he critically, shook his head and said it f11TTr"IP'T'rzta.. .. .. Tn Alt .. ""A .. .....
8. W LAWLEK lastor I didn't want to hurt the man's Is the senior partner of the firm of / J. looked barren to him. Several others did "' ---- a'Uf eased. a VxiIJ" ; !"'J\l11t.U.

feelings. 'You know that no two faces Chimney A Co., doing business In the the same. Miner Murphy, comparative

BAPTIST CHI"RCH. are alike, and I am only telling :yon thata city of Toledo, County and State afoie- tenderfoot, saw an opportunity to distinguish

Preaching every first second and fourth Bun- profile is not your beat view.' said, and that this firm will pay the sum himself. "That rook sir, will North and :IDa'to: North asacl Wet.N0. .

at days 7 o'cl:Prayer,M k, Rung Mwtinm:srrrlreevery'every Tuesday Fridavevening: evening::: "But be wasn't satisfied and insisted of One Hundred Dollars for each and go all the way from 1180 to f 300 a ton." .. 1e. NO. ... ,.
a' T o'c"H'k. Bundar of Catarrh that cannot be "Ah, murmured the senator admire AU TRAINS DAILY s.u.. N0. 1e, .!NO s
H h M>| every Hunday at on a profile, ao rather than anger him every r.arw. ALL TRAINS DAILY. "u.a.s rwN.Lr. .
1o.. m AllarecordUIIvlnvltedtoatKnilK. cured the of Hall's Catarrh Cuie miner "' ... .. ."'. ...... .
I took that view of his face and afterward by use Ingly, "you're a Murphy You a nO. 1.-
e A. Uiiutit, la>tor. one which I thought was better. FRANK. CUEN JoY. understand your business. Then to the n'Ev.rett Jackesurtlle, r.C-A}'::: : 0o dos.sin : :g pm Lv: ": 1'IUe.sgfl' d F : dO : I (tan
The Sworn to before me and subscribed In superintendent in tbe office M Savannah .... pm tveret :: 20 9151'
he presently ,
CATHOLIC CHt RCH. next day came in to see his 11 10 am 10 tt Al Bacon C eu pm
Columbia, .. 1:17 am
this Oth of December Southern._
Services at 10 every Sunday, In hall over proof I showed him the profile first A my D.presence 1880. day "Brown, discharge Murphy from that A'. Charlotte .. _. tlopm 5 30 7 5bOam 00 Atlanta /12 am S30pa
Indian Klver mate llauk Cbll Iren'*catechlsui drift He knows too much WublDglODt .. ... pm am CballaDOOJra, N 8 U.m .
There Chicago :
was no overlooking that It 7 42 "
at Ip. lu nose. --l A. W. GLKAON, 1a1Umore. I4napSR 103 am 530 pm Ctnclnnat Q. A C........ 1--!. _h... '
Kir J. F.O'llovu.Rector. loomed up like Mount Tom from Smith's Public Inter Ocean. ., am 11210 pm ,, ...
Notary E n 10 a 00.10 At Blrmin ham. Sooth ",. J2 01 n'n ... .
Ferry I pitied the poor chap. He look 1 New York 2 OS pm 530 am 5f. IA.ule Cairo Sh. Llo. 20.10- _.

V. M. C. A. ed up from the proof at me and said Mal '. Catarrh Cure Is taken Inernallyand The first patent for a sewing machine AL AsbevUle SOuth..rtt....". ....?......... s Mpm Ar.:. Memphh, Y. C,M. k Bllg td &:
Raua ..
The "' ''"*' gundey afternoon 'Good Lord I Do I look like that acts directly on the blood and was issued in England in 1790 This s City, : .. _
.of( the \r M.. C A, will be hied) every meeting Sunday 'The camera doesn't lie about such mucous surfaces of the system. Send early invention was not successful, and For full
"' 1"J? *' thus ''"" """"' for testimonials free.F. other Information apply to Agent of
Church until further notice. things, I replied, at the same time patents were issued in 1804, 1818 any this great Railway
handing him the other proof. fie lookeda J. CHKNMCY: : Co., Toledo, O"irugigtst and scores of times since. System, or Its connections.
7Sold by 75c.
good deal relieved when he law the I' ,
TIlE I second proof. But I could see that he c. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,
was badly bored about that nose. He Have you teen it Seen ,,what Why Growth of the Hair. t .neral Pass Aj.nt. *., .OM- P.... AC.nt Ajs't Oen'l P.... Acent.

THE PHOTOGRAPHER DOESN'T AL. looked at first one and then the other he Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If The influence of diet on the growth WA.HINOVON.D.O. KNOXYILLI.. TINN. ATLANTA. OA.April .
you own a Mil or row boat, don't fail to of hair has often been discussed
proof for a minute. Then he handed It has
WAYS SEE THE HUMOROUS SIDE. leave one on hand. It In a great labor W. D.
both, back been shown that starchy mixtures milk
to me and said in a humble aver, and is patented In the United ,
tone, 'You may develop the other one.' Mates, Ureat Britain, Canada etc. A and many other foods recognised as being Florida Passenger
The wow with Which lie Is beach br All ADd I didn't need to be told which was few of the state right will be sold at a highly nutritious are in fact, sure Agent,

Sorts sad Conditions of Me._It I* a the 'other one.' Springfield Republican. reasonable figure Apply to J. O \\ alton death to hair growth. Chemical analysis 212 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Uiuloess Where Uaeh of lie.sna THusvilte, Hx proves that the hair is composed of 5 gist iRQ11.
Nalare I* Necessary. I per cent of sulphur, and its ash of 20
per cent of silicon and 10 per cent of
"Oh. my goodness gracious, sake ...... Proverbs. XotUe.n iron and manganese. The foods which -

lire) That's. horrid. Why, I wouldn't The cmar occupies a prominent cart in contain the larger per cent of the above

giroC picture Jib that to one of 017 Russian p1'01'ubiallooUtiona. Many of Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuitof named elements are meat oatmeal and WE DELIVER '

friends for world.." I these remind us of similar sayings our Florida, Urevard County, ItMfl. graham. Henry pointedly says, "Na- ...-, ..., .!,'.

"But, Mini Blank, you forget that rent ia western Europe. We give here Bethel J. Stewart ions which eat most meat have the
this la some of the most original specimens: Y 8 lUll fur Relief etc most hair. "-St Louis O lobeDemocratFirst
only a proof B A. CumlreaBdW. A. } A
"A "The crown does) not preserve the czar Scott Piano
proof ia HI
And what or Organ
were :yon ....
from headache. "Even a leprous .te4L
trying to czar ai pearMg bv the the
prove by making me look like IT i.snal-.I
that That I is pronounced heal thy" "Even the dead Mil of cuuiplalnt. eaiue Boy-Did :yeh have plenty of
am 100 year old or had that toe respondent, B A. tasmlre. mtdvet
been through a fever before the body of the cur decays if it ia not em Kansas City, Kansas, t' lbs resident nice things to eat at that party AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with! complete outfit, subj! '
wu taken?" picture balmed. "The voice of the cur finds of rMmutlent W A. Hoot. unknown. tu awnplalsast Second Boy-Did we? We had such to approval after a trial In your own house No money required until'.ou arl
,and thai rwpondeata both over the
"Miss Blank, I think little an echo even though there be no mountains amultl yean. Now therefore are It la ordered loads of everything that w'en Mrs. thoroughly satisfied. Our prices are as low as any house In the UnIted States *t.<
:you are a near. "A teardrop in the oar'seye that you, the said B A taamlre, and that you oodsonl gave me some iced cake to our are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an instnmient.
treasonable. This ia nothing but a he said W. A. Houtt, dn be and ap|*ar Man
proof and all of those dark shadows and costs the country a good many pock. our said(Court..or before Monday, the Srd day take to my mother I didn't even lick it The Celebrated CONOVER. I
lard lines et handkerchiefs." "When the our of June *)\, the same being Rule I lay,to plead, going home.-Good News The Renowned FISCHER. Y PIANOS.
will be toned down. I admit" writes answer or demur complainant, bill of eou The Beautiful
verses, woe to I SCHUBERT. I
as it II, it does not do :you Justice" laial..oradetreeproroiifeaso will be entered
czar fails to achieve, time will bring gainst you aDd sack of you and said canes will And KINGSBURY.
"Justice? Well I should say not I he allowed to proceed ex Is further or.
to "Even According to the old
sJa'i very conceited about my looks, but pass the czar's cows bring domd that thia sxrtioa be tep.U b la the chorea canons, Vocallon Aeollon, Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE
if I forth nothing but calves. "When the HIM A* KIVEB ADVIMATE, at Tttuaville, FU., he Christmas festival lasted from ORGANS,
thought I was aa hideous aa that czar has the smallpox, the country carries ouce a week for eight weeks.VUtneM. Christmas eve to Feb. I, by which date
picture makea me I'd wear a mask. the marks the Honorable J IXBrooue all the decoration Brass and small Instruments, Music and
This, in substance ia a dialogue in a of the disease "It the of raid court, and must be removed from money. Books Write us; we will savejjo"
czar presents yon with an egg he demands [8EAU] the seal of said nourt,this J6U day the churches
gallery a few days ago A fowl In "_ vf March,A U1**.
a return. Krens-Z i. The -V. 33.
suariMw A. A. STEWART, Cullhell Co.
'- -" .- tong Clerk Circuit Court Try stiel-BSsUSMf ufarDysptpaU.

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wfl gave Just :Deceived -- -- -" 3r

- a Car Load of -- =_ -=- _.0 __ '- !

I Sash, *! Doors *! and *! Blinds *I .. 1


And are prepared to meet all Competition of either Jacksonville
or Titusville. Write
us and wo if wo do not tell you the ;

;HHhiHHH't Cheapest bill of Hardware ,
you ever bought. s* hiUhih ,

We Un now ft. C. P. Eacott In charge of our Tin and Iron Wort Department, which Is a sufficient guarantee that jn till! get t done what you want done. Mi us and see "

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g'. ,
Professional Cards. GERMAN WHIST.One -- -- -- -- ------ --- -

of tho Few I nit rmtlnf Game of Card, Hartford thinks it has done pretty PLANT
pIn I lfit""(" .. ROBBIES. WALTER 8. GRAHAM For Two Hand.' It I* Made !. the Cathedral of th. llama. well for Aiierican literature in having)

4 GRAHAM, There llrart. been the home of Mrs.
UOBBIXS are, for some undiscovered n a- Sigonrney liar SYSTEM.O.
lon, very few simple two handed card Poetry is tnnsio in the cathedral of net Boecher Stowe, Isabella Beecher -

A TTORYEY8-A -LAW, games. And of these the best, and per. the heart Deep in the human breast !Hooker Mark Twain Charles Dudley o

k FFirR HOURI:-From 12 a. m., haps the least known, is German whist there towers noble structure. It stands Warner, William Gillette the play. Thxough : : ;
rc 1 and 2 to 4 plmto Essentially\ a of apart from the beaten paths of the mind' ; wright, Noah Webster and other
game skill there is a many Jacksonville and Sanford a
to and the West i iI
TITI VILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. I tnfflcicnt element of luck combined to in a silent, hidden valley.! The ordiusry Tampa ,

[ r.o BL 10 i $. insure a good game even between two thoughts and passions hurry pant the VIA. I

Will practice lo all the courts--ctate and fed. unequal players, and the issue is always portal and know it not They have not M

"Jipwlal: facilities lor examining and perfecting more or less uncertain until the last moment learned the "open sesame. Ego himself The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia, TXTUSVXLLJI: : ;
land title ruler of the kingdom of the Intellect .

1 Money to Loan. I An ordinary pack of whist cards is all does not know the sacred spot Iris :c: The Three Great West Coast Hotels, owned and operated by the Plant System ; '

the mission of his life it and'
that is \ to find ,
reqnlr'Iand far
as as play is i
noises w. MORTON, having once found it he cannot renew,
the rules of whist are almost aw?
1 ber the route by which he journeyedHe J
NOTARY PUBLIC entirely applicabla Thirteen: cards are
cannot return to it at will. Fate
dealt to each
player, as In the ordinary
'1I1'I\I'"IIod.: .' Canaveral, '. Floiida. four handed gama Instead however guards the way and rarely grants an entrance Jc' + I ,

( .mveyanclng carefully executed. of turning up the twenty.sixth card, the yet every man at some time of

twenty-seventh card is placed face upward his life happens upon it, and the fort i

'. Dtedn. mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., on the remainder of the pack The nate reach it often Though they are 1

blanks on h ind. suit of this card remains trumps throughout blindfolded by the way their eager feet i t ,

f fI the learn to tread the labyrinth. They are
I I.I.I., the poets of mankind, whose fancy given
/I. S. JONES, dealer's vls-a vis plays first by
I 1.., \11R leading a card, and the dealer must fol. sight to their feet

1.I.. low suit as in whist or, if ha cannot At some unexpected moment a fair M
I.d ATTORNEY-AT- ..\W. guide points the way the doors swing
' trump or throw away a useless u
riTt'sVILLE, : BREVARD CO., FLA open and man'enters the cathedral card.The his heart Sometimes! (f& Is a strain of 8U lmr..o-Mmpr, innrlrmMannfiK wnIRht 1/1/1-Ihto./ psrerequirrd
first trick is now on tho table ::JxllI"h": ..
(ounty Judge of Cievaul County. and musio of searching, thrilling sweetness .
whoever picks it up draws the
tiirpnnf the nest IVrfm. HillnM
that points the way. Sometimes it is a anil. Ki-.Hic.iiil.: 'al Mutor for fl
trump card from the top of the pack. lannrhrs and \a<'hu .
royal sunset Sometimes it is a rapt und In the market Easy to mart ruin until 1 l al
n l I. 'Hi'LDi ,
n very little att<*ntl ii; air iHill.lvn flf
self Sometimes it Is
Notary loser, who does not show its face. The forgetting prayer. launches rumpli. and MatlnnRry maters.

r*.UILDEX &; SANDERS, third card on the pack is now turnedup the hand of love, but oftenest it is gaunt HIM: W. .If:KOMI', 1 !,
It is Its Sole l Apemfor lira'srd and e'o's. i u3i I
sorrow a stately temple. domeis : i iranic
JATTORXEYSATLAU' and will belong to the winner of the Hi |.in.le. Flu: .
second trick, the loser again drawing as broad as the heavens, toward which, Cstalugne. and |prhr. on a|"|illiatluii, 'p

.\\llli::): >riu'tire In all the Court of the State the card underneath and so on through the many fingered spires point. Its windows I1W V
f MnrliU anil the United State Courts.P make of each sunbeam a rainbowIts ti
i) linx.235. T1TI"S\'ILLE:, I LA. out the pack. In this way the player aisles silent Its is i
are priest
Honey to Loan. 1.J has 13 cards in his hand until the end. hushed heart and reverential penceWith st'I'man W. L. DOUGLAS I f ts
As tricks of two are difficult to keep
enters and is at rest All that I ic
it is S3
distinct generally found advisableto SHOE
TOME REYNOLDS material of him ho leaves behind. Quiet nr FOR A KINO.
pile them indiscriminately for the
J. and beauty possess his soul, and he flouts 33. CORDOVAN,
time being and to count them out at mr.NCH.lNANllUOCALF.3.WPOUCE.3SOLf3..
A ATTORNEY in an inspiring dream. He listens, and
T.L.\W. tho end of each game. 4.3.D fINECALI&KANGAROI1
now for the first time falls on his intent ;u
In playing the cards have the ordinary 'i t
ear an occasional note In the bar
Hutchinson Avenue, whist valuations, and when the last '
cards have been drawn the 13 which remain mony of the universe. ., f Wing:irNiMf tj's.SZ. .h tt
Half lost in distance he hoars the
Titiisvillc, Floiida, in the hand are played out in the .4 I79BOYSSCH001.SHOEIL.A.IHCS
chorus of the morning ntas the birds, 1
usual way. The difference between the *
the waterfall the trees. He feels n
TJOUELL TITUS, number of tricks taken by the dealer t3/1l9s2/1.LON60 t
beauty and a purpose in the universe LA
and his opponent is the number of pointsthe OESic .
the mind cannot conceive. lIe fuels
ATTORXEYATLAW.rroctlcn winner scores.! Each game is usual '. ,, :? N1Alf.r .
above about within him
a majestic ""'
In State and Federal court Land ly considered complete in itself but it kingdom to which his soul is kin. Al Over One Million People wear the 1 1I l

:itle.a eclalty.i Attorney for Hoard of is no unusual occurrence to find at the most he grasps the secret of creation W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
1 mt\ ominlAslonen,and Solicitor. end that each player has 13 tricks.It .
County For one swift instant exaltation draws
All shoes
our are equally satisfactory
is difficult in such a short to
1 J' "" tins**. TIT SVILLE. FLAn aside the dark impenetrable curtain They rive the bet value for the money.They .
give any reliable hints for players but that has led skeptic man. "There is the equal cuttom shoes In style and tits
accustomed to whist will fall Their wearing qualities are un.urr..d.
any one
end. lie sues beyond a marvel too Th. pricecensus ilorm, on win. I Iii
FREEMAN HALL, into the way at once. Obviously how. great for his still human mind. It posses, From f' tit SJ Hived over other make '
ever it is not always an advantage to If your dealer cannot supply you..can, hold by I
but it leaves with him
awe, pence, hope.lie
T-LA W. take the card which l is turned and
up feels that somewhere there is a celestial CEO. B. RUMPH
rill I in the of this low ,
t "ifc, FIOKIDV case being a one a
key that makes of the puzzle of
\nentvfor Fire and Accident Insur- I speculative player will often lead the life a kingdom where all is harmony, Titusville, Florida.
; lowest card iu his hand In the of
m. in'the best and strongest com- perfection, satisfaction. The great organof I ii iiThe
p"h'' drawing something better underneath.The ,... .
I his soul, tuned into speech by the FRANK II Kvntirrr: TII J. OIIHIKHF.B.
is who when it
player happy comesto M
master hand of beauty, bursts into mel
playing the last 13 cards finds him. EVERETT & CO. r .

I"-; UM. DAY, DARE Cot: T\. self with one long suit and the majorityof ody.And this is poetry.-Exchange. 1

W EWAN trumps t-Home Notes.Itobin.tels.
] + + + +
U. S. COMMISSIONER. A MORMON PUZZLE. Finest Fishing and Boating In the World.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Votary Public State at Large Pleasant parties Ix-lng organized every day, Lone or short trips. Electric,
The System of Naming 8trort la Salt Lake
Rubinstein the famous pianist went
Lands Selected made. Naphtha and Steam Launches can be leaned from hotel management The Three
; Conveyances City: I* ConfutingIn INDIAN RIVER
04 <>rresjH>ndence solicited. Address: to confession one day in the Kasan cathedral Great Hotel are under the personal management of Mr, J. If. King. Correspondence

Hay View Hotel, Cocoanut (Grove in St Peterbburg. After the Salt Lake City they name streetsas Invited from all who leek health, pleasure and comfort.

Office, Ewau's Landing. confession he stepped to the "sacristy nowhere else on earth. For general FISH, OYSTERS, TURTLE & U. W. UUKXN; Passenger Traffic Manager.

book" to inscribe his name. The officiating confusion to a newcomer no other system --- ---
priest asked him his name rank equals. it In the long run it has its --. GAME.

GEORGE W. ALLEN, and profession. advantages, for it not only guide yon

"Rubinstein ,Artist" came the an to any street with pomp and ceremony,. Hotels and Dealers Supplied. The florida (Central & peninsular Railroad

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, wer. but it sharpens your hearing and encourages
"You are in service at some theater?" mental concentration. The street BRANCH HOUSE: West Palm Beach Fla. .

Key West Florida. "No." system of Bait Lake originates at Temple I

Will "Yon give Instruction in some institute square wherein stand the taber I Short Lino between Florida awl nil Northern Poltitn.

practice In the United States ?" node the general assembly! hall and the I

and Mate Courts. OjunOjTAR. ) ); "No. I am a musician. temple which was 30 years in building. I Everett Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia, Washington, Bal.

A wall 10 or 12 feet high inclose thesquare. In
"Then are employed somewhere?
yon New York
I timore Philadelphia and the East. i
The itreets it
B. L. WILLS, "I told you once 110. passing were

"Well, how, ..then shall I describe named East Temple South Temple I Everett Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Xaahvlllo, Louisville, Cincinnati
you here" West Temple and North Ttmplerelpoo and Chicago ,

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, The two men looked at each other several tively. Poor Everett, Birmingham Holly tSprlngs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, St

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. moments. Then "wise thought, East Temple street is the principal Louis, Chicago, felon City.

In his own estimation,came to the priest business thoroughfare of the city, and River Junction Pennnrnla, Mol.lle, \ New Orleans, Texas, !Mexico California

ly.lcE-llutcblnson, Avenue, near "What is your father?" he asked his its name has been changed to Main and theI'aciloCoast. IffecltGApr. lilftt' IHDff.Nfitr .
the Indian River hotel. brightening. street The first street south of and par. Healthmeans

eyes"Merchant of the second clasL""Then. allel to South Temple street i* namtxlFirst ,, t...,,.,.- 1""0aa' Mall*York.v. Jx linltxl Hu New.. m.York and Faat I,W ,

," cried the priest, with Joy South street East of Main strut ate" ...lIy. with Through *r* for
\ / LICHTT, it if East First South street; west of 0 iCverst. "-van nah oI Ia,11WsehinK s, Maktlinorti
1.W. "at last we know who are! We much than
yon so more I riillaifoiiihla. Now York, Jl.t..n and all
hall write therefore 'Son of a merchant Main street it is West First South street and 004 Ijwtcrn |Milnt*, Arnvs.JM'kwavlll.leau .
of the second class.' The numbering of the houses begins at you imagine-serious "">!>. m.Luiiiiiartinent.
I + C an between Rt. Autn.tlne and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON This scene gave Rubinstein much food Main street and runs each way every fatal diseases result from r a.r New York. Dining ear lo and from Wishing.4ta : .

for thought It led him to establish his house number having an E or a W appended trifling ailments neglected.Don't ,

Fort Pierce Florida.1tu1N conservatory and the musical society in as 820E Proceeding south each i .
with Nature'sgreatest .e Only Lln. Through tho Mcaitlfal II III
street that Main is numbered in play /
order to teach the Russian' people what crosses / ,. : l f ('auniryuf Middle Florida. IVnMcola, anA
the; word musician might mean.-New rotation. Second South, Third South I gift-health. U... i e U faramblo "al',Ideate Jw..kioQVIHe hOe a. m.
and all being further divided into s 0 for like (lust lUdbwu. MontlcolUi,
York Tribune.
I + TallahaJHHM, honaaiiala, Mobil,
J East and West The same plan is fol-1 '' oil ol aorta we ? q N.w lhl......,and the anuthwwt, Mexlno, CaUrMire -
geaa.rl n. rumla and tbe rosins t:._,. l'Nr10' 1I1"lOn.
Exceptionally BODO..... lowed north, east and went of the terni i e / AnttaJacluusvtlise0oa.ts.
':E:VL ESTATE &; INSURANCE A good old Methodist lady attending pie and at a curtain crossing the streets Browns..ted.BO apDMH""011. r I III ,

service in suburban Episcopal church running north and south are divided for i cant work, ii J..kooa.ltle.IIO..m.for BUrke Haw.
a .
., r
terns .t osnsakI.g thoriie +
HIIrHi'rlnlC.Heal&, OaiumrUU. Codas
1.\ became under the numbering and each wing is given its! the area rella- \ i11 4Wrldwood 1pr
( OALLIE FLORIDA. lad Sunday happy Key ieeburir TaTaree,
reaching of the word and ejaculated prefix of North or South. When you I Iron ble (treartbealarmedklae.wblck U -_ \ 0ia 41 I\ orbndo, taemrche.. IMuU City, slant City i l la

'Glory. She was admonished to keep tart out to find number on East Fifth I Brow*'a Iron Bit.ler ., I Tampa. ArriveJaLkaoovUI4JDOp.m.

L A RUE P ELY, quiet by two of the brethren and nod- South street, the same number South I *. A few bot.llmCOOM I / '1 Cincinnati and florlda. Limited !_ Jack-
Fifth East won't do at all, and tie* care-bea x l r r 0 0 t ennviile/.Wp' m Holld V.stlbubeTralu. Time
but becoming forget' you froa
led assent, soon > the v r" ,. a Illile over la hour to Cincinnati, via Maoist,
la1.. EST ATE, FIRE, LIFE AND ful responded "Halleluiah." The trying to find your way from a remote I'I'are Bitters very fint'I ,, Atlanta t hattanouKa. (.onuecU fur J a.b'UI.,
North Twelfth West eA.! ffr 1 + Louisville I IbliMo and all .
ACCIDENT INSURANCE brethren again called her attention to place on N.rA. aid It'* T ....,. Arrlr J ck on lb 19 Joam point* ,Bonn .oVTTeua.'txmA&
Notary Public for the State at Large. the annoyance and told her that if she street to an indefinite number on Eait pieaoaa' 18 take. li y

I.I '": mforiuatloa a*to Government and StateMELBOCRXE. did not keep quiet they would be com- Sixth South between South Eighth East P '+ Holly Springs Rout. Bt.1nsis l Kama City.

polled to remove her. The sermon pro- and South Ninth East, you would do It Cures Mw ChU KULear* Jackaimvill 1,40 p. DI. vlaMauou > i
: FLA. well to start before dark and keep perfectly Atlanta, lnulntiaui.. Holly Spring,
needed, and the old lady, becoming very sober. Boxing the is Dy.pepU. Kidney and Liver Memphis, rlnirfleld.: Kanma City HI I-Mila, Chicago, Hloux City. Through BIN rs without
happy and forgetful of her surroundings, compaas hanxeV, Kaosu ;sod at.Loins,sod wily cue chang tu Chlbago and Sioux City. Arrive
.. shouted out, "Glory to God. ThUwas child' play by comparison.-Kansa* Neuralgia Troubles ",,keiinvlll I".au a. m.
Enl. 111 Carlotlty. City Star. Constipation Bad Blood s.e P. M--1Awal TallahaMM and intermediate pnlnu. Arnve Jackaoeivlll*100 p. mV34K i
The New York Girl Lord Dumley, too much for the brethren and they M-rorTiiipaaBdlni:: .rBuMllaU |>olut>. Inulman lUwpen. Arrlre JulixiJirUletjeajn.or I
diet( tried to lead her out, but he refused to Malaria. Nervous ..Umeat.Womea' > H..len..oYltle.llpanaDbu" and tobovllle.1ca..Jw.kuoflU dally al t.40 p. m.. wlllilirouicb
you ever hear the Joke about the MlcklcM' Started Wall. T" Me..u.rv.For .
museum keeper who had two skulls of walk 10 they carried her. On the way complaint H_m7 Atlanta two Train Ilally ian Jatkaonvlll 1:00: a. m.and I:40 p. m. PullmannaaMnirer
*>, Paul she said: The mysterious buried wall in Evergreen 1 C* ash Ike f*aila*-It ha croaeed re4line *to AtUata, acing tb Hnlly $| rID" loei>en can remain la their bertha until IAN; .. mjJuflrnaa ,
one when he WM a boy and township. Sanilao *oej ike wrapper. All other are..*. Sleepers ea all Night Train:
the other "I am honored above my Master for county Mich., 1 O of
when tililn. rtcejiH ar. stamps we
he WM a man? fa I itill .....| for Beat Indexed Map of Florida to
while he wa carried by an MS I am attracting a great deal of atten will and Mt ol TM 8M.we. WorM 1 rr Englishman-No, What II Ut- tion. It has been 1 Fair Yews sad book- ,_
carried by two."Philadelphia Record. traced about five mile* CHEMICAL Co. N. S. PENN INGTON, A. O. MAtDONELL,

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IKDIAK RIVER ADVOCATE 4JLWMKtV HINTS FOR THE LEGISLATUREWe day, but he himself work until he andcrlml a!*. >roced r' and proceedings until the, JArree iarneAnn, preeldent'tV, M. Bsowx W., Cashier B. BAaxTTr, Vice preatdent:
is lie fur. cam up an4 wa
gets tired or worn out.

JOUBHAL B vt OTYDte "". D.VM. trust the present legislature ther the says comml that* the ioner law of providesthat agriculture midday Tb following adjournment.Mil wa* Introduced by INDIAN RIVER STATE BAKE K

or..n or Tn I IIIDUII alma. AaeLASt will not be eztravagent in its ap shall receive |3 for township tltl and referd: House bill No. 230,
woartsaCTIO I.1entOr Florida is in
propriations. not a plats, $1 for certificates under sale, by Mr. McCreary, providing for the redemption (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
to waste but
position on
money ;
the other for search of papers, 25cts each ; and 'the relief of homestead Authorized capital
hand, we bope it will not -
subject 00,000
.... ................ W..tT. B. .".AL be picayunish or parsimonious in for drawing and transcribing re land from tax sale that were not Paid up capital

AtsocUM-Editor& Manager, CHAS. R.WAironOffice. its policy. Nothing will be gainedby cords and for copying and furntubing to taxation. $25,000
statistical information, 20cts No. 234, by Mr. Christie, to prevent Average deposits, !oo,poo
reducing the pay of county or .-*
in the manufacture and sale
tor the first hundred words and deception
state officers. You cannot
: Washington Avenue, Titusville\ get a lOcts for eadh succeeding hundred of Imltatlm butter and cheese, was In. Transacts
of a General!
man high ability for a cheap Banto
Indian River Florida. troduced.
words. For the last two items he
price any more than you can buy
'" the best quality of goods from a says he never makes any charge at MO DAV, Business

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. merchant at the lowest price quoted all, as he thinks that all information To-day the senate broke all previous "
for inferior articles. Th general relating to lands and other records la the disposal of bills from the : Largest and Odest! Bank 1' the Rim

Cbecketo.,tray he n.a.1ea'ahl.l l. Graham standard of the Florida officeholder matters in his department proper, calendar 'which, for toby: showed a
is the should be free to every citizen of total of 1W to be acted PlRfCTOK'"
a Walton" .ulllnher an.ll.r.l'Ietore.Suborr."II" none too high; man measures upon. In
Florida who for it. lie r JAS rRWBARn.W .
... who can make one or two thousand applies Of these, two were special orders, 13 on "r the National' Hank of Ji | '-1,"J
dollars (In says that the perquisites arising call 121 second DURKER (VIce-l'rrKtdrnl N
a year private pursuits the subject to on '
Twetve month, tt.M from and : Tarkmmvllle), \V S. tsar \. L'
lib" '.00 will not, as a rule, accept an maps / reading Mid 17 on third reading.The c HKOWIC *

Throe .80 of lice from the people for a smallersum. information to lawyers, speculators senate met at 930: ( o'clock, and CORRJofilI'O tI..'
.6 and land agentsJn divided between Ltni: tit M ; Seaboard National Hank ni i ,
angle copy It i is there "'
true, are exceptions after receiving a few committee reports, National Bank of Jacknotxil '
Strictly In adv n i.Thiiabovernustilnrlnclotluiiaymorit. himself and the clerk who
; there are some men who area the following bills, among others, were '111TLTIVILLJ. FLA.
of pea anxious to get office simply for the does the work, but it amounts to Introduced, read by title and referred to ,
ace by ". Rnliwriptliiiis nn ronmonre anytime so littleduring the that he
during the year.Ulsrontinranre honor, but they are not the ones year ippropi'late committees .

who are likely to give; satisfaction. has never kept an account of it. Hy Senator Harti'Idge-No. 247, amending
of ndvtti" mist twrviaile |*rat In the of the Insane We believe! thut every word the
matter the the and
aet authorizing
aonally till*"n.'e or tiy writing govemor THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA
honorable commissioner of agriculture CART

asylum, tbe unfortunate class! who comptroller to deposit state moneys.
has stated is true. We ,
MKMItFRft orTHE are inmates of that institution, i IJy Senator D:\ by-No. 248, to punish
Made for Soil 3 inch
know of various Sandy Having Tread.
FLORIDA PRESS AlSSOCJAJION"' ,, should be furnished at least with personally case desertion of wife and children. ,

AKFII,IATH WITH TUB comforts and necessaries ; they where he has furnished information Senate bill No. 82, Introduced by Senator

Xativnnt Editorial Air>ri
food ; they should have ample bed accompanied by the surprising prohibits prize fighting, and fixes the

all enmmnnlratlnnt t" the Iruprle- covering, and their rooms should statement that there wag no charge.A fine at from f2, OO to $:%OOO. It also
man of this kind should be kept
ion be properly ventilated, lighted and gives the sheriff the light to enter any
heated. Statistics show that in office, no matter whether he contlnues -
GUAHAM d: WALTON, overcrowding suspicious building and enclosure and f -- ...warler6P
in favor with the dominant
in insane and
asylums arrest any participants In a fight or con
INDIAN R1VKR ADVOCATE, political faction or not.
prisons will run the mortality up test.

TntTSVILtC:, FLORIDA to a startling per centage. Pity Senate bill No. 21, for relief of public

--- the insane, and let the appropriation DOINGS OF TIII LI GISI.\- school teachers, was paused by a vote of

TUB oomrnission'ers for the col. for their benefit be a jgener- TUIII. 12 to 8, and ordered certified to the yr 1

ous one. ho UNO.

ored exhibit from Florida to the Then the convicts-the lion. L. The legislature Is quite Indignant because Senate bill No. 73, defining the liabilityof FOR SALE BY -

Atlanta exposition have i Issued an B. Woinbwell says that be is so the lion. John L. Crawford selleis to purchasers of land for unpaid ED'VV r D
.. STn.XN"GTho :
address, that will attract attention pressed for time in his office, as secretary of state, wrote a letter to taxes, was ordered engrossed. ,

everywhere, because! of its tone of commissioner of agriculture, that certain parties In the State of MisHourl, Senate bill No. 100, prohibiting lotteries Lumber Hardware and Paint Denlei.OOGCXOL '.

he is unable to give proper attention In which he stated that the Florida legislature was made a special order for Indian rt.1.'Vo:!., 37'JliOH.IlDA
high intelligence.
to his duties in supervisingthe
was by tine lobby. Thursday.

convict camps. The legislature This statement was made In response to Senate bill No. 173, defining train

IN a letter discussing ;public should create a new office- a request from Missouri for Information robbery and defining its punishment, TJTUSYILLE
question, Col. A. K. McClure, the that of inspector of the convict as to whether Florida had any laws for was ordered engrossed. ,

veteran editor of ,the Philadelphia camps, who should have the power controlling, the lobby and restricting Its Senate bill No. 102, allowing city

Times who is southern tour to appoint one or two deputies.. i I Influence. If so, Missouri wished a copy clerks to administer oaths, wa ordered Via Hillsboro and Halifax Rivers.
on a of character and humane
man high ,of such law or laws so that it might, In engrOllled.
commends the Cotton State and disposition should be selected to L.AVNC: I OZONE
I enacting a similar statute, profit by the Senate bill No. 134, amending section

International exposition as follows : fill the office, and he should see wisdom of Florida. 1, chapter 4147, Acts of 1893, providing wm Leave Tltnuvllle Every Saturday, and Monday, For Daytona and InternitdUn
that the unfortunate who Point, at one o'clock p.ui
"I hope Florida will make an -earnest men are The Hon. John L. Crawford, secretary for,the registering of pistols, was ordered
working in the phosphate mines lv Daytona for Tltumllle. Sunday, Tnrndar and at one o'clock p m 'wt
and united effort to aid the 4 of state for Florida, replied that Florida engrossed. Dueling at Tltunville with steamers for all points on Indian Kiver..ld"y

Atlanta exposition. It should(be a and state turpentine are treated farms like throughoutthe human had never enacted any law for the purpose Senate bill No. 100, to prevent the enticing : For further information, address J. I'. TURNER, Titu >Ille, .

of restricting the influence of the of seamen to abandon vessels,
landmark in the history of southern beings. We do not know that the Stop night at El
Dnra-hy-tbe Sea. Fine
Teen fishing and nrf bathing as Is tf' I be touR(
lobby for the reason that the lobby was ordered engrossed. GO tue>Goa t. for tioaril.JU.OO: lutrilav, stunt. .iu>r w <.C.
and south convicts are ill-treated but the -
state of
progress, every
controls the senate and house of representatives. Senate bill No. 179, allowing sheriffs

the Potomac-should conHnon of the commissioner of agriculture Major Healey said that thi to serve papers In certain cases, was ordered
list of the deaths
given a
cause to aid in the great work. statement was a slander upon himself .engi'ossed.

in the convict camps for the years and his colleagues and a committee was During the day the senate of
Great has been the advancementof disposed
1893-;11, and while the causes of ASPHALT I ROOF PAINTS.Ground
appointed to wait upon the secretary of about fifty bill*. About twenty were
the southern
states during/ the death may be all right, it strikes .
state and demand either withdrawn
an explanation, passed or and thirty advanced
last dozen years. You tave hardly us as a little strange that one-sixth
denial or apology. The committee got to third reading.
of the mortality is credited to in Pure
reached the beginning of southern cold comfort, for Mr. Crawford told ;
Agents Wantedand .
development, and the Atlanta exposition syphlllis. It seems to us that with them that his statement was true In TUESDAY. htOhil, Red Brown and

proper medical attention there need substance.The Twe daY'1 session ended the first half es t J :: Write for Samples
should be made the most
be very few, if any, deaths from Citizen correspondent that of Ute legislative term, and; the senate Grade
successful illustration of Industrial this loathsome says Prices
extremely but not
succeeded in the
clearing calender
In justice to the secretary of state, It Asphaltum.UlUUA..
and achievements necessarily fatal disease. The Catalogue Etc
possibilities should be understood that the statementwas I elghteoabills on third reading. Thirteenof
in its reconstructed state. cause of death in three or four these finally passed and five were
made by him before the
other cases is given as "lynching." present killed. FOe 1?IN'rJNG
leglslatuie.convened and referred to the
STKANUE: contrasts are to he It seems to us the contractor who We dissent from In ,the house, Mr. Sewall Introducedbill
past: legiidature. this TIN
has the convicts in charge oughtto and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Rail-
found amongst candidates for unionat statement of the Citizen. Dr. Crawford 2117, abolishing days of grace. ,
the altar. be held responsible for any convict A long debate followed the introduction
hymeneal Although I did not "the last
who is lynched while under say legislature was of road Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences andIron
ecclesiastical law enjoins that a controlled by the lobby," but said the Mr. Brady's amendment to section ,
man not ,his hU custody. Several other poor 23ju-ovldtng that the tax collector
may marry grandmother lobby controls the senate and house of Work
or a woman her grandfather fellows met their end by being representatives. lIe did not specify any must give the poll tax receipt Imme- of every Kind

it is no uncommon thing to crushed to death by falling phosphate particular legislature, and he could diately upon payment and to the electoror Building
Papers Tarred
rock. Because human be. and 3-ply Asphalt Ready
find a bridegroom of seventy or easily have done so bad he wished to a member of his family. Mr. Brady,
eighty years of age uniting himself ing happens to be sentenced to the confine his respects to any particular In an earnest speech referred to the corrupt and all kinds of

for the residue of life penitentiary for one, five, or ten I practice common under the eoofic..g:
i a session He, no doubt, had In mind the present Supplies, u
blushing bride not yet out of her years, it is no reason why he shouldbe average Florida legislature, and had no system, but substituted for the FBOH

teens : or, on the other hand to compelled to work under conditions hope that the toe now In session would amendment prohibiting tax collectors The Armitage Manuf'g Co,

witness an elderly spinster, well life. which are dangerous to prove any better than its predecessors.Many from delivering more than four poll tax Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, .etc.,

past the allotted tying herself receipts to oae This 3200 to
span people In Florida will "smile a person. was passed Mvuiia.sbrgAve.; ,
for the rest of her natural Informally. Richmond,
existence quiet smole" when they read of this

to a lad just fresh from THE STATE OFFICIALS.The tilt between the Honorable Major Healey WEDJ.EBDAY.

school. That wayward young and his .colleagues and the outspoken In the senate, Senator Phipps introduced For Kent, a Brick Store.

gentleman, yclept Cupid, eems to House of Representativespassed secretary of state, and possibly' Urge bill Ho. 23(tJ, authorizing Monroe For Sale.

be no respecter of persons when a resolution recently, requesting number of people will agree with his county to issue $500,000 to connect the Do you need! a good brick store, in an
delivering his barbed shafts. Nor the various excellent position In town, and A pineapple plantation of twenty
state officersto away
opinion, while they marvel at his
apparently does he may Islands of Key West and Key Largo. It from wooden buildings ? If go, call on acres, on Indian River; dwelling And
in study symmetry report as to the number of em. boldness. The question must forever was read the second time and ordered Robbins & Graham or C. H. Walton, packinghouses! ; two noire under 1If1a-:,: -

the selection of his victims. ployes in each department, the remain one of opinion we fear, for while engrossed. ADVOCATE office, Titusville, Fla. tion for vegetables. Enquire of

Were it otherwise we should prob. amount of fees, perquisites and the the truth may be on the side of Dr. Committee on legislative C'HAS. II. IIOWLAM'.

ably not find ((81 is frequently the salaries paid. Crawford, be111 find it impossible to turned house concurrent resolution expenses Typewriter Wanted. Waveland, 'Ia.

case) a stalwart beau of six feet or We are under obligations to the fact. '
prove But he I* a noble old 70( providing for an Investigation of the
more espousing a damsel whose Senator Morrow for a copy of all Roman and has flinched under
never Sloop For Sale.
East Coast canal without Wanted
action, andreeommltted a Remington, Yost, Smith-
height is anywhere under four feet, reports submitted in pursuance of fire. Who does not reoeJlect his refusal for the Premier or Caligraph typewriter. Must

or a bride of masculine proportions this resolution. The replies are to certify to the appointment of a senator senate committee.The report by the be In thorough order. Mate particular For sale, sloop Irene, 40(1.'tt: ,.
being "led" to the altar and lowest for tonnage, 18 27-100; In first-class cods
by a candid and concise and In the price cash. i
spouse yet Call
appearto fight, a tion. ,
years ago, New sails >, |J"O
house convened at 4 o'clock C. II. WALTOV head-room In < <
of dwarfish build.EXPERIMENTS leave' nothing unsaid. As far when commanded to do so by the eov- toe.. ,. _. and ADVOCATE, office Best party or trade boat of her si. ,'0

as we are able to learn, there is ernor t An effort may be wade to Im spent entire afternoon discussing Titusville, Fla. the river. Price, $400.00. Applv to

with glass build. very little money squandered in peach this bold critic, but 1I"e believe he the game law, which wa amended and E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland or I >P<
1ng bricks re-amended until Dr. Gaskln suggested Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., when' -!boo
were begun in 1891, by the various offices at Tallahassee. will have the sympathy of .
many people, be *
M. Falconler, an architect of We have long realized that theeomptroUer'1 perhaps a majority, throughout the its Indefinite postponement a* the quickest Lands fpr Sale Cheap.So may seen. t

.Lyons. These bricks are hollow department was over- state way out of the difbculty. The objectof

being blown lilt* bottles, and are crowded with work. The clerical ATCBOAT. the bill was to secure uniformity of acres on Banana river; Fancy Pineapple Slips and Sin'k-
forms action throughout the state while sula at the Narrows; 40 at Woody
given ,
such on
as cubes hexagons work in connection with many
I necessary In the senate the proceeding were member the ridge; 5 at Sebastian, river front 40 era For Sale.
etc.-that permit of ready tax redemptions must be immense. rather dull. The feature wa a letter special legislation for at Sebastian on railway. Henry Benson; ,

laying A bituminous cement, The lion. W. D. Bloxham, compo from ex-Senator St. Clair Abrams who special localities. It was after 6 o'clock Sebastian, Fla.I'ineapple.
with base when the house adjourned, with the bill "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbak l'.
a of
asphalt is troller in his
used with closing
report, says : was a member of the ad Interim committee still Apply to MADDOCK & MATTHAM-,
them. pending.
The bricks serve as double The clerks now employed are The
to investigate railroad dlscrimlntion Slips and Suckers. Palm Beach Pinery:

windows, giving protection against competent and experienced men, waiving all right to compensationon West Palm Beach, F'

both cold and heat ; they are good and the compensation they receive the ground that Important witnesses Flowering and Foliage Plants Write for prices on .. 1. Cayenne I _

insulators of humidity and noise, is well earned and is not as much summoned had failed to appear and had for Heddiug. and Abbaka suckers, Jamaica to Ripley and Queen slips Teachers Certificates.

and they lend themselves readily as is paid for similar services by I thereby rendered an Investigation
Impossible. E. C. B. TTSDALL
to the ,
decoration of buildings, institutions where much The senate however resolved that Waveland The examination of for ,
either I can furnish a very nice collection of Fla.QUE'e1l applicant
their "
bjr form or their color. less is involved. Major Abram should be allowed his per plane such a* coleus, geranium salvias, tlficate will be held Id TltusvlUe, at tit i
:Many Applications are foreseen. The of the Hon. L. U.Wombweli uchsias
report diem and expense ageratums and many other Schoolhouse (No.2)), commencing }'

The bricks are neater than marble commissioner of agriculture Senator Mark bllllmpo.lng.a tax on kind, at from $1 to 12 per dozen varieties Suckers For Sale. 830 o'clock a. m., May 7, 1803.
in meat markets, and are shows that this gentleman ; also some handsome palm and
especially ,
dogs was reported favorably. ether evergreens roses, etc., etc., U low I have about Applicant must file with the couo
adapted for bath twenty-five or
halls is the thirty
hot. right man in the right place. House resolution Xo. 70 for Investigation pnoe*. I thousand very nice Queen suckers superintendent a written endorseo ">t
bouses for
hospitals, refrigerating establishmenU The only criticisms we can make Into the land grants of the East A. L. HATCH I sale; all from young plants that have 'of good moral character and pay an > "

and buildings in upon his official character is, that Coast Canal and Transportation company City rolnt, Fla 1j 1 never bourne an apple. Will be ready 'ami nation fee of one dollar.
which absence of windows he is j for early delivery
would too His salary is
generous. Come
came for consideration and sal
provided Ink
up wa* referred For with pens,
be price and
an advantage. A hothouse further particular
fifteen hundred
of dollars ,
per year. to committee legislative 'address paper, and be t'. >
on eipense -The Walton Rapid Calking Machla prepared to stay
glass bricks is
of about ordinary He says that his clerks work ii full
Cox days
poet, eaves fuel and No. one. fj; No two *10; :No. three $13 ,
reiJiti hail. I confined to eight or nine hours a Cllfdale Plantation
Sent till .No. 65, relating to crimes: Titunville, Fla. e Jso. II. SAM*,

Eden, Fla Co. Supt. Pub. In.

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Awarded day morning, business calling him there

Honors-World'* Fair, He will return In September. Mrs. Complete Fertilizersfor
Irbcst Branch House
-DR; Mellor will remain here this summer BAKER & HOLMES ,

Miss Annie Haslehurst, of Melbourne, potatoes, fruits, and vegetables: require (to secure the largest, ,

f visited her friend, Miss Nicholson the
yield and best quality)
fint of the week. ARTHUR J. DOYLE, Manager.

Cocoa Quite a number of our people visited At Least IO% Actual Potash.Results .

Wednesday, to witness the May

Day festivities of experiments prove this conclusively. How and Warehouse Room on J., T, & K. W and J., St. A. A I I. R RaliwalslTITUSVILLE.

CREAM }II'. C, F. Taylor has closed his meat why, is told in our pamphlets. I

market, next to the bank building, and -- FLORIDA.
wilt do business They are tent free It.iII cost you nothing to raid them, and they will save yon
at his fish 1
house the
railroad wharf. on dollars GERMAN KALI WOR.9J! NM.I Street Sew WV.: .tALtlt4: IN -
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lIon The schooner McKadden's Olivette, ways, Capt., being Bralnerd over-, Fort Pierce.The NEED OF AN ENGAGED GIRLS' CLUB. Hay, Grain, Feed, Flour, Meal & Grits,

hauled, preparatory to making a trip to IMlneulate..f Lovemaking In the r..rlorf

Biscayne Hay, where she will carry Queen arrival yesterday from up a tVwnllnc house Cotton Seed Meal, Fertilizers and Crate Material.

MOST PERFECT MADE. freight this summer to Jacksonville. the river "If yon wan! to start a real fetching

G"i" Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret The Eau Oallle gun club met f' A..1. l.e\\II'al,1| Ankoim a vUi philanthropy, remarked the retired :JP* Terms Cnsli with order Auk for our pries lint Wo dent exein.hely In

re a, Alum 1 or my other adukeran a number of Tuesday, on Tuesday bachelor maul, "just please! found a the above line of good, keep tht'lllllllltlt'k at all Union In Tllimille, and! will gho
Amtr gentlemen from Melbourne club for engaged girls that 11 vein board. prompt and careful attention to all orders entrusted to us Nollrltlncr' veer pntron-

43 v>ARS THE STANDARD. participating. Mr. Alex Xear won the Mr. I'" Dewpll, the steward of the Fort Ing bouses. The object of con meronltl age, wo bog to remtin, Very n>sHt.tfnllv, 11\1\ tJ: .... ht >I.Mr:': f

match, with a score of five out of ten. Pierce hotel, left for Palm Heath on be to provtilo some private rfectly

Unpleasant weather Interfered with the Thursday. We were all very scary to : nice retreat, where said engaged girls 1

Coronado Beach. shooting. see him Ito.Parson oonld entertain tliiir sweethearts.
You've no idea of the neat of such a
Rev Mr. Barnes: Editor Oslin and severil Gove preached hero twice las COCOA ICE WORKS
place. Ad things. () uow, nearly every
lirimpi"Cements at tho hotel are a other gentlemen, came up on the Sunday to large congregation The 'Uwpoke' bachelor maid In New York

", ,'",I,. to the old visitors, and Jean, last Tuesday, from Melbourne, to church Is now moved to Its new locationon city is obliguil to ri'cx'ivo till di'armt fellow

preulittle postofflce Is a great show the Eau Gallie nimrods what good the opposite' side of the ro.ul., In tho ",'.)rlll I lu a boarding house Coooa, 7'1c rid..a. ,

n shooting is like "Xough/ sad" There was a picnic on May Iy at Ton parlor, unless of course she Is flatting NOW XN OPEXt.A.TXON.G. .

Mr. F. B. Hardce has Mile Creek, quite a nmnlxT attending i it, in which CII.O the presence of the
,. he imommon thing to see twenty resigned his pos ;
threo or four other bachelor maids who c ; 1'1 i'
,on> m 'the surf at one time. There ition at the pump station on the J., St. A very nice dance WM enjoyed by all In are flatting it with her Is anything but

eI, sere ,quarter as many people A. .fe I. R. R'y, and hall gone to ht.$ Augustine the casino In the zoning. pleasant. Manufacturer --.:

oromtl': 'm April before. where he expects to continue In The prisoner, John McCormitk, left "Take niyov.ii caso. At the time 1

''f i imucl Curlier hasn't been on the employ of the railroad. Mr. has. here Monday for Titusvllle It Is n very decided to renounce the pomps and vanities TCi1t & jJHr.rr LLIIV: : A rp'I lej j

Smith will run the station. rnysteilouscaao. From nil accounts I It of the girl bachelor world I was livIng
pump ,
hia"I, ,much (or two years; however, '
In a boarding house you to
hard with .
:MO t gotten! how to flsh. Monday The Rochester, Captain Bennett, left may go pretty McCormick.The imagine the trials and tribulations that .

rmclit: .about a dozen sheepsheac, early Monday morning for Rockledge, mysterious appearance of John Harry and I underwent during the period :,,. lUfiigcratoin, ice (bents, Frwxcrs and Water (ooloi. .

i III fnml:iy several fine sea bass. carrying a merry company, who go to Hctherlngton has boon the subject of of our engngeuitnt We had absolutely -

i ne t !think of seventy-nine head of enjoy the spoils at Cocoa, and attend talk for quite a while. Ho left hereabout no plnco In which to spend ourj'licious Lake Worth Ice Works

,re at Coronado at one time 1 Theree the May Day ball in the evening Capt. three weeks ago with a tope| and evening together except the ;

teams Geo. Gleason also took a party on his nothing has been heard from him since public parlor, whore we were liable to II
so private on
never many PALM HtiACir FLA.
there launch Eau Gallie. We trust he will again appear soon interruption at any moment ..
Beach Three
ronado as are now.
'By Jove, 1 can't stand this I ('rledHarry
barns built and three others builiIttornev Rev. 11 M. Prince preached an edify- [Job work cheaply, neatly and exprditloutdy one evening after a tortured halt

ing sermon on "Frugality" last Sunday executed at the AmocATEolhce, hour of decorously sitting on opposite

morning at the Baptist church, It being Titusville. Circulars, hind bills, note
sides of the room and conversing about
Austin wife and child of
the occasion of bin 77th birthday; The heads, letter heads, envelopes, statements Shakespeare and I the musical glasses. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
at their Mr.
cottage. tag, etc., etc.]
gentleman received the congratulations 'This is worse than hades i'll bird a
Coronado Beach
of numerous friends, and also several hall if there's no other way .
I owns the bulk of the prop. birthday presents. Inspectors of Hulls nail Hollers "We finally settled it by going way -- MANUFACTURED BY --

thinks the outlook for its up town each evening to Borne friend!

better now than Mr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Munn, who have On Wednesday there examination of my mother's who kindly lent their
was an -
spent the winter very agreeably In Eau drawing room for the purpose of our Chapman & Sudlow
of applicants for the positions of
Gallie, left last Saturday for their home, lovemaking. It wall Tory inconvenient, ,
Is the only person I ever heard Inspector of hulls and Inspector of boll-
at Holyoke, Mass, where Mr. Munn Is however Otherwise, though, all our
South Jacksonville Florida.
who made by "Looking BackI for the Florida district the
money In the wholesale shoe business. Their ere new at courting would have had to bo done aft ,

,(I tot's wife only made her salt New Duval hotel, Jacksonville, by the er marriage. There are more cases like '
friends their and
many regret departure,
remember Lot's wife, and "look board of examiners, consisting of Super- ours in New York city than yon might For and
hope to have them return early next Oranges Vegetables Pineapples.
:vFlorida will be better state season. vising Inspector W. II Mnrdock, of suspect It's dreadfully hard on sweet ,

hree years than if she had never had Norfolk, Va.; C. R. Blsbce, collector 'of hearts. Yes, if some pnblio spirited individual

freeze. She is finding out her re- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Y. Stelfox, who customs of the port of Jacksonville, and wants to immortalize himself --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
have been residents of this vicinity the In the name of matrimony, let him or
vet now. past three years, returned last Mondayto Judge J. W. Locke, of the United States her found 'The Engaged Olrls' club,' lll'al'rlll" all kinds of Raw: Material: such i>.. hulls! Potash, "Kainlt, CottonSeed

'D Thursday ten persons from Orangev their court for the southern district of Florida., to whose house all the betrothed young Meal, Nitrate of :Sod.i. etc' etc.
former home
registered at the Coronado, and on In England. They The applicants for the position of Ir- people that live In boarding bouses may Hone ground and I sti-niuod In the factory In three different glints.Z ,

same day Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Wilcox, will go direct to London, where they spector of hulls were: Capt. John Fitzgerald resort Depend upon it, it's a charity ff' :Send for ramphlet and Prices
will make their I
Detroit,, Mich., came in. One year home for the present 1, a brother of Inspector Fitzgerald,, that would take. Thousands of suffering
Mr. Stelfox expects to return In September i of the Savannah district Capt. Joe boarding house coupl all over the city
the ;
',to day, the latter gentleman andy
or October, to look, after his interests would rise up aud call any such philanthropist
i Smith, Capt. W. H. McCormick, Capt.
were the first to register at the
Lots in West Palm Beach
; here. His hardware business most blessed Indeed.New
'el since the Sharp family took pos- will remain In charge of Mr. E. Brainerd. Leo Vogel, Capt. Sam'l. Dennette, Capt. York Sun.

'lon To-day they were astonished George Wallace and Capt. W. B. Watson ,
lie [What do you need In the way of job Those who wanted to be Inspector of! --
: Changes, but their (
prise and Mr. Sharp was greatly en- done printing, give? When the ADVOCATE you want any a share printing, and boilers were: John Parry, of Savannah; Agent for the Lands in Dade County of v .

,raged( at the satisfaction they evi- keep the money on the East Coast, R. F. Barker, It. Z. Xelms and Capt. Leo It Guards AfBluit the: Throat Facial and raralyiU.It I* a Protection. Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co

',111, feel at his success. where it will do you some good this Vogel.
summer] The examination was a rigid one, and] is to bu feared that. too many deprive I'
few months ago a young lady from themselves of what Shakespearecalls Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
several of the applicants withdrew after
anta stopped at the Coronado. She "valor's excrement" without
hearing a few of the questions. Lake Worth Land Trust. New River Land Trust.
11 down suffering with a terrible Horses Fur Sale-Clienp. counting the possible! cost. Whether the I #
For the position of Inspector of boilers beard be an ornament to the masculine
I gib." ml after
two months stay, re-
'oed well She now writes for terms Apply to A. L. HATCH, it Is reported that Capt. Charles A. countenance we must leave the ladies to Lake Worth IFroportiea./ *

r 11 party of lady school teach- May 1st, 18O.;;. City Point, Fla. Spencer, of Brunswick, Ga., a son of decide. It certainly has its uses in hid Lk Worth Agent for this I.lvrrMM>l tendon Ol.ilx.. In.nmiirii (....
young ing a weak chin, and in some casts it
Capt. C. B. Spencer, of Ft. George
trom Atlanta, who desire to spend Island, stands the best showing. None seems to be cultivated aa vicarious. i Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach Fla.

i' 'acation here instead of going to Banyan.Welcome compensation for a hairless scalp.! It U
of the applicants for this position, how-
aiberland Island, and the proprietor not, however in its cosmetic 10 muchas
:lie hotel proposes to get them If he ever, came up to the requirements, for in its hygienic aspects that tho blessedness Indian River Mattress and4 The Largest and Most Complete 1
showers on Saturday and the rules are that the appointee must
J, fur If they once come they will of the beard-in which term we Establishment South.
"elv Sunday. hold a license as a marine engineer for include the whole of the harvest usually Brush
come again, as there is no such # Company *- ,
1 bathing the C. L. Stewart expects to move up to five consecutive yeais prior to his appointment claimed by the razor-is most apparent ,
on Atlantic coast as GEO S. HACKER & SON
1 be found at Coronado and the : his place here this week. to the office. Inspector Mur- That it is a safeguard to tho throat is. TititHvillo, PlOl'i n.. ,
owns -
for generally admitted. The writers of authority
dock has telegraphed to Washington
Cottages are a genial, pleasant lot Sweet potatoes, cow-peas and watermelons have insisted on its value as a Our Mattresses are made from 8-oz.
additional instructions in regard to this ticking fillfd with clear palmetto fibre, .
people to associate with. are looking well. protection against toothache and facial
point. and fared with nuportlne fibre made from 1
The 'aid adage "If wishes were horses We would like to see some law passed The new district over which the new neuralgia. ThU a goodly sum of advantages the cabbage palm. Thin libro In mode

:;:an the the wholesale to the credit of the beard. l Jreen'i patented which
would ride, comes to mind as by legislature against will have Is known by proccM
inspectors supervision Dr. Chabbort it Toulouse ban, bow make It tough, curly and I ul.utic It
'Voftlll' destruction of fish.
l rumors of "new hotels; ael our as the Jacksonville distilct, and extends ever, yet more to say in its favor. According will not break up, mat down nor get
at the inlet, a hotel at the "Trail," Mr. J. P. Brown was down from City from the Georgia line to Cape Sabel, at to this practitioner, the beard dusty, like IIIOKH or excelsior The fibre
s hotel at "Red Shell." A year ago Point on Tuesday last, looking after his the: extreme southern point of the main seems to be a very efficient defense will not draw dampness and get musty

" sharp was the laughing-stock of the property at this place. land of Florida. It was formerly pant against that form of facial paralysis nor mildew, tbln Ix-lntfan advantage In
ftborhood which is caused cold. This affection a damp and warm climate-always remaining -
because he even talked the Savannah district. The Inspectors by .
Mr. J. T. Snell and family and Miss of new | sweet and clean. The workmannhlp
teeing' [ the Coronado "open all the G. F. Lynn were calling on friends In whoever they are to be, wt:1:1 I.I far more couuuou in women than in I In guaranteed flnt-clai In
* men, though the latter are of course
N"w he has rescued the house Banyan last week. Miss Lynn has madea enter upon their duties at the beginningof every respect
the much more exposed to the cause which Braided seams, double-ctllched and
' tppiobrlum it lay under, and great many friends during her stay on the fiscal year, July 1st. produces it When facial paralysis a well tuffed top and bottom.

Mtuallv demonstrated he knew the Island. Prigore does occur in men, they are almost twehleMattress, weight BO-IU.t-ft to t, e, Has Manufacturers of
tt h* WAS about, and made it not only I invariably individuals to whom Single M.ttro...J,I, to 1 l,&
LaRoche Service to lll.sciiyne hay,
'JlDmel The Messis. Bros, and J. D. Better tWcUl sl.ea! nude to order
"sort but a popular winter nature has been stepmotherly in the |
'" Sams returned to their homes Courtenay All kind of I'almrUo IlniNliCN. Doors; Sash] lUinds
I n"lege have ,
old matter of beard or wantonly ,
same clam
fogies are on Saturday. They have been busy E. M. Wheeler, the mail contractor at male to order. Call on or address,
nr for" thrown the protective covering
,ted''e' 1 : new'other hotel, and all that II here for ten days, shipping their large Went Palm Beach, Is making arrange- with which away she bad clothed their faces. I. It. MATTKKHII UKIHII Co., Moulding and Building Material.
fellow" with| the
of beans ments for better mail service between Uox Hi.: Tltuivllle Ha.TITCSvILLI .
tel *, build' crop Dr. Chabbert cites the experience of several
''11" It. The Sharp family Bean shipping has about ceased, prices that point and Biscayne Bay. He intends physicians, in addition to his own, -------------- Office and Warerooms, King, Opposite
> P'' based
the Coronado they oc- to steam launch to Is of his Professor Andre : WI:ATIII'U m> Cannon Street,
;V, ,ml getting too low to pay the ridiculous put on a carry support opinion.
.everal acres of land for a tile mall to the canal at the foot of the of Toulouse has lOOn several cases of I'OIIT.
''"al' of 25cts crate to have them
I' len, they are here to stay. price per the affection in question in but S. C.
ha picked. It Is thought there are at least lake, or as far as the Orange Grove women The following U a comparative stale- Charleston,
: worked hard against some louse of Refuge. The mall will then not one In man. He had heard of one ment of temperature and rainfall for the

'tt"'III' n opposition, and they find 1,000 crates on the vines in Banyan and be carried from there to New River by indeed which would appear to be an excellent week ending Wednesday, May 1, '00:

"* ',Ir" '-,'ed to .do so, In order to Tropic at this writing. teams. From New River the regular example of the exception which -1804.- -1895.- Sash Weights, Cord and
Ml."" number from attended tony proves the rule, for the patient was a
'loving. The same energy Quite a Banyan hack line will carry the mail the balance UATIC MAX. M.". MAX. Ml!*.
4 layt.1 1 Iy others would doubtless the school exhibition at Tropic, Satur- "lyrio artist, with the facoia di munixj 25 71 >V> HO mII
of the route. This will continue Hardware
so distasteful to Lord Byron. Pro-
ttd !I' 77 07 61t
it All pronounced It a grand
I means work. Mr. Sharp day evening. until the canal Is finished, when the lessor PUree of Bordeaux has seen 12 n /j() III M (11
I '
lit >e poet : success. Miss Lynn deserves credit for mail will be carried by that route. The cues in women and only two in men. 28 7U 04 81 OUM Glass '

4hIII" .ing sees some work begun, the manner in which she had her pupils mail ls carried from the bay section to Both the latter shaved though alone of B'I M '1$ 00 Window and Fancy

ug sees Its close, trained them; under that operation only 30 HI VI Mi VI
West the schooner route. Should SPECIAITY.To
by .
aethn Key A
'tempted done 1 77 07 W 67
twice week his doe not
Gilbert and Messrs. a case perhaps
"II' Mrs. Gilbert, Miss be from the bay to .
fast steamers put on
night's repose. Total rainfall for the week: 1.81 Inches
count for much unless it be held that
Pnan Gilbert attended the May Day ball at Key West, the mall can reach that point his face WM vulnerable after these Departures from normal rainfall for the

its 41,' "'tHce.of all kinds done at the. The Plaza, Rockledge. They left the b1 this route much quicker than via the periodical; denudations more Similar observations week : plus 104 Inches Departure lie (Jltea AMU) .

same night, on Dr. Hill's launch, for In- mall route to Tampa.-Citizen.MI are quoted from Dr. Olivier of front normal rainfall since January tat;
Homeiteekers the
minus '.M Inches. "Information for
dianola! on a visit to Miss Crawford, a Toulouse and Dr. Sude of Carman. Illustratedand
East Coast of Florida; partly
J. E.
participant at the ball These facts, though hardly sufficient' of useful Information. "The
Eau Gallie. Oa eM --. ., w-,. Obaerver. .
[Remember the ADVOCATE. Titus- don't often boy thing. Sunday" to found an induction on, seem at leant Land of the Sky and Beyond. wltb
rllle doe all kinds of job printing. Giveus to establish a prima facie ease for the Illustrations. Free at the ADVOCATE
Ii \f he said H be came out of the drugstore A Dew evening bodice .U almost .
entirely Kla.
u. Gleason and ex-Governor a share of your work.] utility of the beard against facial paralysis office, Tltusvllle.
: and carefully stowed away in an upper of pMoementerie, with shoulder end' to postage.
:011\1' at Juno this week bu.lan'l of the kind referred to. In these two-centstamp pay
on If rrI..1i W OHOUI,s lot We-**. pocket of his vest a 15 cent cigar "bnt day, when mail's traditional privilege -trap* of velvet, on which are bows fluted

ilr I hadn't anything smaller than a quar- are one being invaded by the in but-rfly shape. The effect at a
by one
l Mnw. n- Hartley. ol C"00, Store To Let. tar in my pocketbook this morning andcan't "new be perhaps be forgiven ,isUnoo U that of a series of open fans Walton's. Rapid Calking Machine,
woman may
"llr I afford to throw a into 3.00, $10.00, and 115.00 each. In use
t. town the quarter united at the handle and
first spreading
part of the for making the most of inch advantages -
of the boat-buildere
Dille" store to rent In the ADVOCATE the contribution basket"Chicago :a tout eight Inches from front to back. by many principal
block Fine location. Apply at the as may be considered excln- In the North. bee pamphlet and t *tlnuiuials .
1 Tribune. _
' .. *-New York Ledger.
J.L,. hit owa.-DritlJh Medical Jour
Mellor left for Chicago ilon- ADV004TK office, TltulYlile.' ., lively

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I* D. Lsney. janitress 10.00II. F T Budze, county commissioner 600 Walker Evans Co blanks 21.23 1 rAr
FINANCIAL STATEMENT. A W. B. brew Co., blanks 4.25' 'I' WHSharje 000, H A W B Drew blanks 5.S5 NEAR & TAYLOR'(8u
J. F. Wooten, service to board 10.00 I C J lIM'tor" 16 M) I A A Stewart accountant Ij.))
Electric J 640 III Titus pnmecutlag atty 3x: .39 e lon to Johl '
Light Co., light 6..;; 1oendel" | .It,
IIITIDMS.S: or iint- Hay A Day, repairs courthouse 11.1 4 I II Titus, piowcuting Mtnrney 78:13: W II Sharpe mad work 200.00 Artesian Well
Mary Flitch, pauper 0.0 Electric Llghl company 7 MJ J Mendel comity com 2.40 Cootracti
\ ,\ un COUNTV. Charltr Padgett, fl.O L J) Lnney, jinitress: 20 III) .. 4.40 JOB

A. J. Henderson, 8.00 A Froscher, burying pauper lOOf30IO C J lIeror" 12.00 __ EAU"CALLE., FLA
Win. Anderson 8.00 A A Ste..arleccounlant It D Hoke 25.00! i
January lit, 1H1H, m per f.a"t '
L. Eaufalla, 4.00Ee. rleik of hoard tiP m: C J (Hector road work 28.00 TITUSYILLE BAKERY
Iteport.Indebtedness Sparkman, fi.OT W II Sharpe, load work 04: Marvin Hall Lock Co lot by Judg 27520.:

Sarah Jones, 6.0 F T Budge, pump for jail 2i: 00 J E Bowman sheen 87 23 C. F. FISCHER .
Sarah C. Bean II > feeding piIsoners 3020 Propr'
10.0CF. A W B Drew Co, record book 13 40 :
of county, Jan. lot, 1RO, E. Chaffee, road work 31.2 H A Carlile, registration officer 8 00 .' shell 000 Cakes Pies 4
as per I last report$14,500.01 M. S. Jones, county Judge 225.0C J R Walker M 800 A Cleveland} regls officer 1051 Confectionery i SAn s
B. It. Wllnon, med! tmt. prisnrs. 10.00 W H Hall .. 800E ? s 450 order
Warrants Issued during/ 1804, $12,500.ft C. J. Hector, county com. 16.8 II Covar 800 Mary Futch pauper 000 in our pin prnrnp'f!

For deputy-stierlfT and bailiff, Mendel, .. 6.40C. D S Bryan, I' 800 Cbarltyl'aclgett .. 1000 PRIN attended t.'
11.W.50: E. Chaffee, 29.2C M U Kill 800 Wm AodefllOn" 600 -
court hnnse, 740.75; J. F. Wooten, assist, to board 8.0) F M Comstock It 800 Eve Sparkman II 500 ronWINES --
.' county jail 247.00 E. W. Hall, corns col. taxes 1)011.00 S Bitching "I 800 /Sarah Dcao" 8 00
clerk's office, 4.J.OO: J. W. Rogers, moving safe 30.00W F B Everett 4' 800 Chr Jacobson II 500 and
prisoners, 711H.7. II. Sharpe, county com. O.()() W F lUchardl" 800 Electric Light Co 8 2i: SPIRIT
paupers, 00400 J. E. Bowman, sheriff 30.00 D Sloan 0 800 E W Hall tax collector 20000 TING

.' miscellaneous, IM7.17: A. T. Feaster, corns as treas. 117.5: C J Reams It 4' 800 D C Lust-tier medical attend 5100 *# nEE H S
(>. B. mdse 3.60J. .. M Jones 25001
roads, & bridges, 1,140.04\ Humph, P Wlttfeld 800 S attorney tt
supervisor reglstn.! 130.24 ., St. A. A L K. By., fght. safe Ol.OC T II Sanders 8 00 I county judge 13000
county judge, 773.85' <:. J. Hector, road work 2.00 II Wilson 'S 800 L D Laney janitiwss Oct and Nor 20 00 CIGARS, ET(

election account, (l,*>4.25 1.. I). Laney, janitress 10.01I. T R Crook .. 800 D LUau Iden cop for evidence 35 00 OF THE FINEST
county clelk, 271.10 ( I). llennigway, burying pauper 10.1() J E Fulti M .4 800 Mitchell for eltt'tlon 125; QI ALITT,
sheriff, 1,100.00 C, J. Hector, road work 108.24 John Waller ** .. 8 on L A Coleman II 205 GO TO

tux collector, 087.53 W\ II. Sharpe, II.. 74.34: Mary Futch, pan per 600 K E Minis 123; OF ALL KINDS 4- &
awessor, 1,040.88 Mary Finch, pauper 6.00 Charity Padgett 1000 Trios A Johnson 123; Lesley Ih\nak{

county treasurer, 707.20 Charity Padgett, 6.00A. Wm Anderson 6 OIl H Titus 123; Families Supplied
janitor: 12(1.00: ( J. Hendeison, 8.00Wm. Eveline Sparkman 500 K A Bobbitt"' 123
Anderson 8.00 Sarah Goldsmith 125 Ey: Our Lodjilnjjs surd)
primccutlngatty., (Mil.(15! Beall" 8 00 M F i.UflcI,
county coinmlitrs., 607.00 I.. Eaufalla, 4.00 Tracy 1.lttle" 8 00 I It F Hall II 123 Wilt he Ready by Oct I irosteQ
town of Titiisvlllc, 0.1.53:\ ivu. I'\pal, k man, 6.W E B Wager, advertising and A L Hatch. 4 25 Neatly side Washington ave., Iteivtern T
attorneys fees, 310.00 Sarah Jones, 6.0 printing 34 50 J D Hatter 125; K. W. depot and Ail ', Illock:
accountant, KW.OO /Sarah C. Bean, 10.0C L C' Oliver, lumber for bridges 17 21 W H Hall It.. 123:

luteiest, :273.20; : ,J. E. Bowman, feedg. prisnrs. 72.CK: W II Sharpe, road wink 68') Gen E Chl'.ter" II 125;
1!. l.aiiMon, lumber coffin pauper 1.00 A Cleveland; registration officer 2082 E H Covar 125 HODGES & GODFRE
$14.100.05: )uren .\: Fcakter, miUe. for jail 4.5 J F Wooten, balance com. 180.3\ 05; 33 C E Cook II II 123;
Vm. KocNch, inquest 3.00 A Cleveland, legislation officer J K Dickson 123:
f:47IIIO.47: .1 L Hoeflcr, 3.W'II ) extra work 8 00 E S illiams II.. 545 CheaplyAND Manufactun "
T Sanders, 3.00 Electric Light! Co, lights for I J T Snell II 125;
('IIEI'lnJ, lit W'Anil ANTS AND CAMUI/1'I W II Sharpe, county com. 7.00 couit house 000 J Houston II 825; Yellow Pine lamb

HAND. e. J. Hectoi, 14.80 A A Stewart accountant 15; Oil (J W Houston, 125;
By general fund war J. Mendel, 4.40F. J Wlngate, making ballot boxes 15; 00 Chas A Smith.II. 123;
rant, tllliS7.:1l: : : T. Budge, 6.00A. L I) Laney, janitress 1000 S F Gibbs II II 125 nOl'OIl. onF.I.a I.

special fund warrants FioHchei, burying pauper 10.00L. W II Sharpe, county com. 000 Chll McBride 123; Orange Box Beads.
(1,487.2(1( I). Laney, janitieits 10.00 C J Hector 1400 J Henry 023;
rnnd fund wints, 1,555.4(1; ( A. Brady book-kee|>er 30.00W .f Mendel a 6 40 M D Brown II II 125; Fruit I/ t'exelahlern,

building fund warrant \Vallstein, burying pauper: 10.00 F T Budge 0 00 C B Arnold II 125 Lumber delivered at any part >t inniu. I

*, 1,2.11.10:\ Morgan[ Ohara, casing fur pauper 13.00o. Mary: Futch, pauper 000 Chns B Bolton II II 10 23; on lug t bull.llng:;;:: on of the lailing.Kan fW Ant.t :.u m til'nmn"ii..,
rash In gen'l fund 47.50 L. Alexander medi. for 4.10 W 125; ExpeditiouslyExecuted
.. psnrs Charity Padgett 10 () C Arnold write for J'rloeN. The Sawmill special; :2lrU.Hfl' A. T. Feaster, for L 11. Guards 38.00 Wm Anderson 000 WK Arnold 125; J.,T.& K. W. Ry.,a miles some ,i r Man

.. road 1,52(1.50: }'. T. Budge, load work 6.00 Evellnel'parkman" 500 W 0 Jacobs 123; Satsuinalllslits, I'utuamcal
blldng 250.4S; II. &; W. 1). Drew, blank books 24.85 :Sarah Uean" SOIl J Lawson 125

Bilanee: owing, flUI.Oj Vance Pilntlng Co., record book 30.75 J F VVooten, assessor of taxes 30000J : (J B Hall 125:

Mary Fetch, pauper 0.00 10: Bowman, feeding prisoners 4120 1' Kra-gal 1153;
$27,10.47 Charity Padgett, 0.00 J E nowmIhel'ltY 1.5000: C E Summeilln. ". 2125: J. M. SANDER

MONK < nu. ; : uii\ct: 1801. A. J, Henderson, 8.4%) u ooi: L D Metts II. 12 ,
.. .
0. J M Sikes 123
By geu'l fund tax, II- W III. AinleiBon, 8.00 2-100
Wilev L II LeTournau II II 1 :l.i Dealer in
eimes and llnus, $12,570: I.. Eaufalla, 4.00 Henry, pauper 000
uptM'lal fund tax, 7i 10.0 Cve. Spiikman, 5.00Sarah W X Jones, for election 14 4j T W Moore 125:
TAJ Cockshutt Chas F Wolfe '\ 125:
load 2\.17: !' (< Jones, 5.00 103 DRY GOODS NOTIOi!
building\ 1,247.01 Sarah C. Bean, 10.00 J S Coats 125; K I) Hoke II II 22 23 -AT THEADVOCATE-
cash In hand Jan. V. E. Chalice, county com. 27.20 F A Strahan 123 II L Parker II 125; ,

IH!, 1804)) 2,130.14 .\. C. Dittm) : road work 5.20 II A Cailile\ 1 25; J M Swain 125 AND
J. Piltchiiid, Insurance court h. 37.50/ S J Xoi'ton 123; L Horn II 123ai ;

$20,077.54: II. II. Sate Co. safe co. jud. cilice 40000ieo. S 1) (jel"er 123; J M Swain 2.3 --c .}- i Choice Groceries
B. Humph, furnltuieco. OS.2;; R Pylcs It.. 12.5; C J Heams II 125 ,
IU."U\lltII IX'KINO 1SU.irnornl II T Xorwood II.. ICJ Hobeits 125:
W Vlllt VNTH I) B. Humph, blankets for jail 0.0' 123;
( fund, .1r.: 7.:1l: : t'. T. Budge, county com. 4.00 J D Hatter 125; F C Hokfell 125; !Hay Corn Mapes' Fertl
.Spwlalfund( \ UOH7.2li l D.: J. Hector, .. 14.80 J P Blown 4' 123 A V Hlscock 123; ,
Road fund, 1,555.4(1; ( W. II. Sharpe, 0.00) W H I Hall 4' 125; F Allen II 125;
Building! fund, 1,2.11.1(1: ,\. A. Stewart, clerk of board 40.73 W H Sharpe It 4 4;) T It Sanders 1 2.) FINE PATENT FLOUR
Cash, Jan 1, 18'H; 4,01031 l l:. W. Ciabli, work on jail 3.00 S l' Taylor .. 125: ; F W Munson II 123
J. E. Bowman, sheilff' 80.80 C[ E Cook II. 123 J LaUoche 123; Ooooo.
f2t1IHI7.M J. E. Bowman 32.80 U J :Sullivan U 1 2.) DStClalrXebbitt 125 --c.- -

W II. Sharpe, county com. 1l.flOC. I.. I D. Laney janltiesa 10.00 A J Canova it II 4.) W B Same II 423 .

J. Nectar, 14.140 ,t. Biaily, book-keeping 15.00 J'1' Sni-11 U. 123 N N Penny 8 25 OXYGERestores
J HoiiNton II. 825: Wilson 125;
A. outlier, burying 10.00
J. M. Dixon, mi'd. forpilHoneis 22.r,0 pauper .
IL Titus, prosecuting atty. 231.IK) It J Mathes .. 123 E Johnson 4 125
o. F Laney work on comt-houHe D.2.
.. ..
I, I). Lauey janitress 10.0.1 II. Titus, prosecuting attorney, 31.34: W M Smell 125 M C Horton 123 Printing -{
SFGibhs I It 1 25 H Watton 125 strength, quietsih> if
11. K WilHon, holding In.jiiestKleilllc 3HI IV. L. \\ Ills, medical attendance ..
1' J Mcliride 1 :25; C II Xauman 303 and expels disease.
Light Co.. lights couit-b. 13.50 on paupers, 10.00 ,
..Lolm! II.. the w of
henry 023 J W Griffis 125; Proof most convincing
Oiiren) .\ Fenstvr, blank. book treas. 4.25; r. E. Bowinau, sheiltT, 7.00) ,
JTHogg II. 123; J J FUnnery 125 free to all who suffer. ( all mil **
c; E Chalice, toad; work Il'itanl..y Vary Futch, pauper, 0.00
T W Comstock J Information 1
123 E Fultz 211 00N' or write for further
sheriff 8.(00 ; Pailgett
Jones deputy laiity pauper, 0.00
C W Bolton /4 1045; W FranUJ : of 200 sent free.
J F. Wootcn, BHttr. assist to bo.ild 4:t.dO )'m. Aiideisoii, pauper, 0.4% 1232.J pages:
C Ainold ." 1 2.j W Waller : 25 ... Office. Home or office treatment '1.11>
( K.: Chalice, county com. :31.20! EvalitieSpnknaan: pauper, 5.00 at }
WP Arnold 125: W II Robinson 123: tlon free.
ai.ili E. Bean
J. Mendel, 8.40 paupcV, 8.00 .
W O Jacobs 123; T L Hamer "
F T. 12.00 lattie Millie 10.00B 123 Talon,
Budge pauper, R (i Haidee 123; Thus P.mlies 123 ))rs. Starkey &
J. S. Watmm, lime for jail 5.(0
R. WlUon, medlcul treatment ..
Ivy Lawson 125 1329! Arch Street, Phllaileip""
H. TltiiH, proHeculing atty. 3131:
on pauper, 13.00 tito. B Hall 14' 13 23
F T Budge, niateiialipr. court-b. 2S.I10J lY. H. Miaipe' road work 21.75 L'has Cleveland 4' 523V
10: lion man, kheillt 4ilO UiilbiamUon, 2,1.4.1 ::: )
1 J Tucker 125J
J, E. Bowman, 1211.00) ,'i. Tutee, 10.00 S Bell /4 1 23; The great: Lick telescope reveals 100-, JACKSONVILLE STEAM I

M S. Jones, county judge 147.00 :,1. Piu'toilous, 10.00 C E &iimnierlin '. 4' 2123 000,000 stars, and the astronomers declare
A. T Feaster, com. all cu tieas D8.18 II.I Dater, 8.12 "
'lios Darte )4 123! that each probaly a sun as large as our WORKS
J Jo:. Bowman .
feeding piUnis.J 07.80( Y. Penny, jr., 10.02 C J lieam 13 00
E Bowman, 1.i.IiO PiHitoiious, 10.4)2 own.
1'hos II Sanders 4 25
Mary Futih, 0.N 'oj Do not under
pauper iulbiaudsou C M Whaley II 123 The above establishment ua i
Charity Padgett, 0.00 I. Nelson, 10.00 S J Fields II 123: HctlREE'S WINE OF CMDUI for W .k N.,... management. We positive] Mary Morgan, 0.1(K) 'm. Altman, 8.75 J D Same '4 123 our work equal to that of an) our

A. J HendeiHon. 8.00 IV. H. Slyer, repairs on jail, 1.75 V X IVnny .4 6 25 In City.
'V m. ,\Anderson 8.00 the Sprint Send
IL Titus, piottucutlng attorney, 3.1.33 11 Wilson 123 yonrPRINTING
I, Eaufalla, ".)) tll'CIl'lc Light Co., lights for "
1V, II 1'ra'torious 123 Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
Eve >|ii>ikinan, 5.00 court house, 21.2. C J Deems II 125 Nearly everybody needs a good medi P
.Sarah Jones, 5.00 E. W. Hall, coot collecting taxes 100.21 V.'attou II.. 125 I cine The Impurities which have accumulated Ladies Goods Cleaned or
Tray Little, 4.00 4' u 21.31l. C Nauman 303 in the blood during the cold
T 11. :Sunders, road! work 10.75! away Silks and Cleaning gontlK 0'
.. ( L. Alexander, medicine forprlatroers I W Uiiffis If 123 months must be expelled, or when the Dying !
W, 11. :Sharpe, 131.10 12.40 J J Flannery 14 125 mild days come, and the effect of bracing most delicate texture a :bpv ""
W ]t. Sanders, lIal'ol\lll. 7 .0I1 F'1' Budge, road work, 14.40 J K Fults 2523 air is lost, the body is liable to be for price list.

C; E Chalfee, load work 5.25: F T Budge, county commtss'r) 12.00: J I II Chandler 125 overcome by debility or some seiious Bat keep the MAINIIARD BRi>" !I'ro
B. H, \\IUon, 1II'III."t. (1.00 ..
| J, Mendel, 12.40: l3 A Full II U 123: disease. The remarkable success
l.alUie 1'. Ely: inquest J. Mileage 5.H) t! J Hector, 22.80: J K Full II.. 123 achieved by Hood's Sarsaparllla, and the Xo. 13 Xew nan St., Jacksum'Ul .
II A- W B. Diew, blk. rec. book 13.40 W H Sharpe" 15.00 V U Frnt 125 many words of praise It has received,

U. B. Nnell, countable 0.03: A A Stewart, clerk of boardJ.OO J I H Waller 2243 make it worthy your confidence. We Money on the CO

J win, : Koesih, iumiest: 4423:l.OO p.1) Laney, janttress, 10.00 'r A Tourman ** 123 ask you to give this medicine a trial. W. H, GLEASON & ,
E Bowman, bheiltT" A A Stewart, clerk circuit court 14.00 A\ A Stewart, accountant U 00 We are sure It will do you good. Read
J. E Bowman, 17.01,) A Brady, book keeper, 15.00 J I Mendel, county corumls.V tJ 40 the testimonials published In behalf of ATTORNEYS IX LAN UC'\'

E B. Wager printing' 4.50Walk..l' A'1' Feaster, county treasurer, 400.07 II Sharpe, 9 onT ) Hood's Sarsaparilla, all from reliable, East Coast

Itubbins. Evans ( 0., stationery 21.25 J r E Bowman, feeding prisoner 150.00 N Budge, 4' 4 00 grateful people. They tell the story. 4,111,T"AMIXED
iraham TITLES
tt attjs. fees :25./0J .. TO SPANISH
20.20! (J J Hector, 14 IK)
Mendel, county com. 8.40 I-1:' ,
sheriff A Cleveland officer 11 AXD PERFt'
75.50J 16
S. F Gray, regU. officer 33.23:
.. ..
J. E Bowman, sheriff 6:!.(141 r Mendel, road work, 6.83F 600 Some people have excellent faculties By giving the

C' J, Hector county com. 16.80 T Budge, material for jail 'lorlda :Star, printing 2618 and powerful imaginations, but not the ABSTRACTS FUnXISJIED011:
A T Feaster treasurer 3148
W H. Sharpe, 11.00 windows" 200.80 county
J E Bow in an, shell 30.10 Mary latch, pauper, 6.00 0 I L Alexander, medicine for knowledge to utilize these powers to ad SURVEYS OBTAIN'*: .

Stanley Jones, deputy sheriff 0.00 :h.ultyl'atlgett, to 6.00 prisoners 275 vantage. They hate a good mill, but DVOCATEshare Defective Homestead and Pre-E"1
J, F Wooten. aiwlst.f to board 0.00: Win, Anderson. 6.00 J, K Bowman, sheriff 8900"U" littler no grist.-Open Court. Entries Corrected and Perftxteil

Electric Light Co., lights court-h. 6.00i Sparkman 5.00 1240 Claims before rho |h
L I). Lauey janitress 10.00 Mrah Bean 8.00 J, F Wooten, assessor 25000 The height of mountains on the moonIs adjusted
.. .. ment at
O. K Lauey, wow l clerk's office 1.00 I tattle Stone 35.00 ', 178 51 measured by the length of the shadows A of Washington.solicited
F M. Ulce. WOI k" 22.40 A T Feaster, material for armory 00.78 15000 they cast upon the plains. Correspondence
Mary Futch, pauper'harltv 0.00 I II A W B Drew Co, record book 18.57 C W ('rabb, making gates 4 I III EAU CALLIE. FtA,
< Pailgett, 0.00 A., Cleveland, registration officer 3.50 1 It Advocate, printing 1833

Mary Morgan. 0.00 iV Froscher, burying pauper 10.00 1.I Titus.. prosecuting.. attorney.. sa 34 |..,- RLACS-DAAUGNT It*cur. Con.tlp.tloB. Your Job Work and !."'
A. J. Henderson, 8.00 IV II Sharpe county commiss'r 0.00 8J33 Orange
Wm. Andeison, 8.00 J I. Mendel, 6.40 lectilo Light Co, 630 Land For Sale, ('I"I '"!''
L Eaufala, .' 4.00 J I F Wooten, attendance on b'd 10.00 1 tlount\ Anthony, for locks 100

Eve Sparkman, 5.00 D B Humph, merchandise, 4.50 O B Humph, blankets 1073 The only knowledge we" have of the have for sale 80 acres ,.' "n eland

Sarah Jones, 5.00 C: J Hector, county commiss'r 16.80 L D Urahani, repairing lock 50F currents from 10 to 100 miles above the on St. Lucie river, a ff D"r
Sarah C'' Bean, 10.00 .,j.. road work, 48.37 T Budge, merchandise 4 35 earth's surface Is what has been ulit' low Eden, 40 of which beir "jn
F T Budge! paint for court-h. 7.73 u u 8.05 C J Hector, road work 200 gassed quarter of northeast quartet "
<' E ('haIYI 31.20 Town of Tit un 1110, share of road from watching the luminous trains lefty ".
!(! county com. K W Hall, extr work on tax books 10,1.00 18, township 38, south of ran
C; k chatTee road woik" 4.00 1 Kobblns A Uraham, att'yt fee 30.00 tax ft} 53 b meteors. .A.1.1. Job wor1E. 'the other 40 Is the northea ,.
Town of Tltusvllle, sidewalk 87.W L) L (iaulden, att'y fees, 30.UO 1 V H Sharpe, road work 22415 Mr. Percival Lowell the astronomer of southeast quarter ofownshlp ,
1J: ,
A., J Lewis, road work 700 HecV.r, S 25 ';&al
U. Titus, proseeutdngatty. 181.11dA I,j"E Bowman" sheriff 79.00 E :hilling, material for road S 50 says that the canals on Man for a great artistioallySottonup.; ; The above 38,land south can of be range bouo'r.''

, A Stewart, clerk of board 101.23 feeding prisoner 113.00 1 V II Sharpe, road work S 50 network following universally the arcs per acre. It Is suitable fat 3eJ

C J. lU-ctoi, county com. 10.80 U A Froscher S Jones burying judgeS pauper 242.00 10.00 F T Budge, 7 50 of great rlret''. These lines are about ; ; ;orange, lemon or lime grown
county 1 V K Knox court house 72' 30 '
J, Meudel I, >> 0.40 painting ft'' "*
F officer 1 15: miles wide and from Will be sold In lots of
58.50 1
Gray, registration average 1,400 to
F T Budge, 14.00 F T Budge, matting for courthouse r
< E. I D Sane, road work 4.50 Fetch 6 00 per acre.
W H Miarj, 0.00 lary pauper u' '
1 II Titus, prosecuting attorney 33.33 Apply to C. II. Walton ,
W II, Mjers, work" on jail 3.00 harity Padgett, 1000 j
J E Bowman, sheriff fees 40.00 Mary Fetch, pauper 6.00 1 Anderson, 000 Makes Pure Blood These three words ; office; or to Robbin .t Orai
Charity Padgett 10.00 Eve: : ft 00 tell the whole story of the wonderful vine
J, }, Bow man, feeding l'r\Knra.\ 00.80 Sparkman, -
J, B. S<'reven, medicine &.UO Win Anderson, 6.00 ti,arah Bean, 8.UI cures by Hoods Sarsaparilla. It is the Solid oral pour -
E B. Wager, printing 7.00 Eveline' Sparkman 5.00 Chr.: JacoblIOn" 6.00 bed blood purifier and spring medicine Walton' Rapid Calkin M*.

Stanley Jones,'lll! 6.00 Sarah Bean, 8.00 J Mendel road work 48.36 orders. 3.00, 10.00, and 15.00: eat-' /,
Mrs. )Morrow care of pauper 20.00 Eiectrio Light company 750 L Oliver\ lumber 7.00 Hood' Pills have won high praise for by many of the principal bon ;'

A. Brady, book-keeping 00.00 Mendel A Budge, com, on revision 9300 1 R Advocate legal notice 2.00 their prompt and efficient yet easy action. I the Xorth. See pamphlet



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-HONEV.we -. IIOTnLS. f MELTING LIKE WAX.ALL Din ......... Food ...s 'I
forth to black. eoottanottl I .....ellm.. With Engllnh: WivesIt
weed Liebig "The of spirit Is
says use
I le curious fact that, notwithstanding

1,ramyeiarn.nb teUair nIb hamming Me hire 1..alive.dl HOTEL MELBOURNE OBWUDO .JftriTL ff'.:, 1 I MOUNTAINS WILL VANISH IN THE not The the craving canoe for but stimulant an effect of In poverty childrenas the strong prejudice which the I

', tart ld n ,Ieam, COURSE Of TIME. I French entertain toward Britain and the
to not Jw shown the desire for tea and colteeoften
.. : work and to dreaml I by British, the French gentlemen. have a
1\ "a bonrlIWN'01I tr to want to thrive MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. t: :. ..... '''. :i .., conies from the same source-that decided preference to British ladle

1<111r 4,0'"- ,rth robber bee oonnlT Open all the round, ,;,' ''''' '::d'f NotabU Elevation That Are slowly Cram is, lack of sufficient amount of the |
year Good FishIng when
gTy # they mean to marry AnEnglish'Iman
.. ,ather aU the bloaeom creamt I 1 : '$ and ltm>mtn Kmallrr Awfal Catantropb right kind of food When a laborer
., Hunting and Yachting. 1t" bllnc |
e on the brink. lutes f1Si -Dr; visiting Paris I* surprised at the
moment f .
a $:.!. ,0 and qJ. his work lens than is required
"' pane and tt.ipoiit upwards I'\N; rll. (IN \" .. That Drfrll the % lilac* of Elm. earns by 'number of English ladle with French j ,

t.HOD Sowep.ahl7S I Only think. Proprietress, Mm I. M. OAHU rroc--. of Chant. to provide the amount or kind of food husband whom he meets in society If ,
pot :la te and m. tto toll. pmil! F"111I1r. m l'olunadollalcrate : : which is indispensable In order to restore
QsrIDtntioa a British lady of payable appearance remains ,
many a sting A French professor told the recent .
rates. soliiltion I mmfoit, no ovtentv fully his working power, an unyielding
I atngl long unmarried In Paris the
YJbV presumption
y-cbeerfully.Kroeker to Academy HOTEL CARLETON good 1-hni. I ,,, 1:0".1" e "" K iv, \\'rll<, scientific congress in Rouio that "all inexorable: law of necessity I
TT..,lligrath, Is that the fault Is her own. ,
l ate for in in.-. niuuntnius >N ill MinUhofT thefjceof the compels !him to have recourse to spirits.
It is worthy of remark on the other :
THE EARTH 3 CRUST. Jacksonville Florida. earth in course of time. We do not lie must work but in ooimequcnco<< of hand that a Briton resident In Paris ,
doubt it, for it Is divinely foretold that insufficient flXa certain portion of very rarely marries a French lady.-

kid to IK In a Con.tan' StmU ol palmetto {House the earth itself will disappear at the end his working power i la dally wasting French Letter

Slight Agitation.'ording Oono ito Po* tofiico.x # of time. However the Frenchman'sprophecy Spirits by their action upon the nerves
Professor John Milne enable him to make the deficient
to LfIAVTONA ...... up Another Victim. 1
of the great globe "upon which I is already in course of roaliza power at the expense: of his body, to con

el and have our being" is in ant >t Under New Management. FLORIDA. tion. The Ardennes, the Pyrenets anti sumo today that quantity which ought Collt'Otor-Sue here, when are yon going
ve to do this account
of agitation, weaving in the mountains cf Provence are going to naturally to have been employed day anything on
state + + COMFORTABLE and HOME-LIKE. itndgo
-I don't know. I have ooenhypnotizlK '
and down, like circus tent Thoroughly renovated new plumbing, pelcos by decrees in our own ago. The later.-Table Talk.R.m.dy .
at OP There are earth moves new furniture new decorations !Situated on the Ntst Bank of the mighty Himalavaft,, an if wenryof "nar \ so that can't, go through -
cyclone. gas, Halifax; River: In a beintifnl grove of their forms sublime" through no the Hrfirmanco of paying even when I
at allanti electric ing .
L experienced light steam For Chafed Surface
elevator oval
tint are palmetto trees; one mile from the .Vtmtic nodded their heads have the money I'm awfully sorry I ,
in all lands but they are sot annunciator, hot and cold baths, elegantly !,' and within easy walking distance many generations An experienced mother recommends I assure you.-Indianapolis Journal
and hurled
t from month to month and fromto furnished parlor oichestn of the churches and places of 1\11I II"1'II1I'nt. in one place two years ago : the following recipe for an oiutnuntto '

rear that they generally escape Strictly first-class in A 'IO.llivery! stable is attached to the into the valleys below a mass of debris bo applied to chafed surface, cut and I Several, knives evidently Intendedfor
every respect. which estimated bOO.OOO.UUO! '
the countries of En Lone from whlcl was ofbeeswax
,tion. (In all jrucntii can order chapped handt: Take equal parts table use, have been found in the
of those of Asia KVTES teams at a nionunt notice, tons. The Inrgt st locomotive on the fast I fresh lard and sweet oil Mill: :
and in many : *250 to $..OO per day. :, catacombs near Memphis.The .
Jah's-f"O: : : to J.1:I day t12 to l\; trains of the Hudson Hivcr railway '
notably Korea and Japan, these |per : : the beeswax, measure it, emit the mime
Special by the week and --
to Commercial per week M JIouix weighs only 63 tons. That Asiatic
to be noticed 1 lard and oil and stir 'I
as melted!
so great quantity ;
a are Men. mountain slide thereforncansed an avalanche Greeks had oats a G. 200, but
unscientific and inexpert oonsfwitly until the mixture: bouoimw
by the used them food for their horse
only aa
CRAPO & cqnivaU to the tumble of about
representatives of the lower castes. LeVENE stiff Pat it in a box or wide mouthed
I I of HOTEL x COQUINA x 13,000,000 each locomotives off abridge
the seat ullo.-Lndlc
,any seems to agitation great Ja Proprietors.ST. 10,000 feet high. Little wonder that bottle ready for I Mnncy Pa., was" named from the
earth crust Journal
nropean Minsi Indian
In Asia. "the noise was terrino" anti that "the
a similar position
Copying natives were frightened! Mi nntM( of

he above two countries Professor and Ja AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. 4t ORMOND.BY.THE.SEA 4. rock were hurled a mile away, and -- '

fags: "In both Germany blocks of dolomitio linitstono, 'i i :
.dolike movement, too great to "many The Tropical l Trunk Line.

rodnced by lunar attraction ha! COLUMBIA HOTEL FLORIDA. like weighing cannon from balls 80 through to 60 toms the, were air. "pout

observed the ground being gently
and In 1881, in the Alps, there was an I

I once twice,every in which 24 houra case the .omeI night- Centrally Located on St. George OPEN DEC. 1 1st immense hill fall, caused ly its human Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. : ,

nndt.ruining in ordcrto obtain slate for
would be greatest, and incases Street. I, I
; school The mining began in 18(18. JOSHPII
me. II. DUHKin lloooivur.IMHVN .
eta stand ,
buildings ,
Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park, In 18T6 the PlatttuUrkcph split across

,tly Inclined, like"cornstalks In a and a full view of the Ocean and SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are its (crown and after progressive enlarge : UlVHi s VMIJOAT tO Jin mu: AMnuni) : irr I II
In short the
:e, steady breeze. rolling breakers from the piazzas
menu for yearn, which caututd oominout _
to at -- -- -- -- .
constantly breathing, BO Specialties Ormond. =
is -
and forebodingK, it Ml in the year O 'TI'o' : :Iowm = .
the cruse marking each respira --- ,Th... Tsbie. .rr..1: A.r.I\, '\1\. --- ---- --
:., For Circnhrs addicss named. This catastrophe .precipitatulabout :loll'_ _-:10._ : \co.i' __ \U.r2.; M+, 7N \YAW I
simi 53T":: ,
bya gentle rising and falling, WI M TEAHEN of rack .. Nap: ( "eimsiv .IAI'ht\111-TT' MiMlii NiNljlu -- I
Proprietor cubic
i that of the chest in air breathing 12,000,000 yards : :: 1. U 10 I. / :' ,'.:.Oreen'mesl' : +rluga.:i :: :: : .. S3lan:: 481 p1.: .:. ..:: ,:
o that certain SEISER & PINING Managers 1,470 foot downward into the valley. 1I1.\a t1 rl' 10'0"' .. .. .'Oaths .. .. ... ,.. M1MDam1Olm: 2:111I'M':
all It is believed a . .1'1 \
The debris ricochcttod across the valley liMa 1I11111.i10Ma .. .. ; ISain :a em 1'11I I13plalla
cent of this earth crust disturbance Gas, Electric Bells and perfect systemof rasa II "I a .. .. '..' 'III 3'14'lnl, I'M'm.
Sanitary Sewerage. ORMOND- THE and rolled 825 feet up the opposite slope, .1 I SIN' a UrJa: iJ2ta------: .. .., 24.1'/11' I'lapnt51Ia
ie to conditions similar to those where it won canted over sideway, and .. .1 IIII/ 11:101: a ? .. ... ; :3.1 I 2l'epmv' It liiam I
'b bring about earthquakes. This is ... 10.11 lJlaIJlh'l: .. .. ... .Ilunllugt.'n----------4- : / "' / Ii,15alnIIimus
---- like horizontal
it Ja then poured liquid over n ''' ma :itaAr1 .. .. . 120pn U0aism,4.1a
far as regards .
true as
tally plane of about 9.TOO,000 square feet .. 'iiMal.Y : : : : 2a5.n:: 1t 0aw
it has been traced to the con O. II. \OJsS .. Ii id
where a Ar
broken and to a depth of from 85 to 70 feet :,40. II", :: ., '.::. ; : :: : ::: : : r s ::: IiIlls Ilapm/ll/an.s1.... . ..
the I
11 opening and closing One-half of the village of Elm was . I151a 3111", . .. .. hiaeneuu' ....... .. .. 111.1" ID iameloa ....
'3 in the main range of mountains. .. ... .. //llo\r., .. Ibtrtew . IV4".epn' ii Ueam. .. ..
of the crust INRLAN RIVER HOTEL(, overwhelmed, and it was so swiftly .. .. .. .. .. "'I' .' .. .. ... ," /I"r.III.. .. ; .. .....
:mug other movements cleft by the l'eIIilltlesl mass that the line .. .. .. .... .. II all II 11I.'IAr. .. .. T"'I'. ... ..., .1.\11'111'1'1.: S IA 5n1I... ......
ar panting earth are the so called . ... Olliia SslpAr; .. .I'"n.' '' .I.v 11111.111.1:111., .. .. .. ....
ifOSel mlo" or "tremor storms % was sharply defined, and one house was ... 1 _4s.YJ.Ar.i: '--M\II.I. .. ...:.. ._._ by _. rinse' ... ....
flat -= TITUSVILLE cut in two. One hundred and fifteen Mnll. 111,1 .Ihllr. I' :me ,,, I...... .. 1."' .. Ar hemp: "( ilulrs.and5uu.Imc..atsli'rl ,

,J'b waves are now, similar defined to as those being of long an ocean people were buried. One home WOK left \ : and Nat .. ... tlNI anlpnAr,: : alt.: Ar.. ...y. Iisvsts west.. :: .I.e I.e10Imwnl.sudSat.w'ud 113t,: p:: nl wed::I: sn:::I Mat..1M1a .. J
of which the doors
on the _
very vergo
'L There may also be occasional -T Indian River. were the fire burned, the table LJack"n"IleAr s"j--i M a l In nrn.ustlsAr II TI"Lj.'k. ;' Vn..Ar tlaqt2nrp I
dances in earth levels caused by open Ar .:III'rlrl..I'.1 S Mrs tl23": "I.r 1'.lnlk. Ar 4 :lOp 1t22M1p i., Or. ('luyI.Ar .01.%
Tin. was set, the coffee was hot, but no livIng 2001'\Ar N 4.ta 2 fop Ar Ns, Matra I.e 2Mq II :.rye Arrsn '41ryLv SM1'a rame1
which :: : I: : :: : :: :: .: ::
qnake waves, quite frequent -' soul was left. The hood of the ArtlfraogeIv Lion 2apAr 01uund Lv 4aot I 19tilake 521's4IC
lend entirely around the world, alh _- / At TIIII"III" I.v tf ills 2/111'/ Ar 1''YI.1'II' I.e t'Irog1 I1"p: Ar\ewmngrusl.v I 'I."
JXO. P. McCAf.L. household was saved, but his entire fain
Ni.c5l.v.larkeamiluAr s12t.YJark.unvlleAr Lrja' k"siviliAr eery
blip Sills
| inappreciable to the senses of ily, who were out looking at the mountain ill :sip I.e: Sa 1 font Ar Ii 5wI"ma .I lo pn lr: I'slatka: I 4O1: :: I I I bw Lv Nanferd Ar 541.1217p ::
DI located only a few hundredfrom ? MANAGER. fall were lout The debris dammed I.. Mnll"' Ar 1114.. II .III"r luau ,or,,e l.. 2.q' I AVp Ar Isola I.y 5ISa23.lAr .
the "center of radiation" of r P r : lnkl.n" I.v .IsC' 12aApArlislnr.rlllrl.vI/ IM1p 2M111Ar' //lit Ihlrll iv 5COa
5? up a river for which a channel wn .11"1' Ar I..h..e I.v hi"4ras I kip' .\r k-sia. I\ 124'-y I' :a lop Ar 'ravsrem Iv S S :Ma
> iismio shock.-St. Louis Republic. 'h Open<< All The Y<"ar. blasted afresh New soil was carried into 5211'ArrarSprln: '.I.v 3MI'Ar 1..hllrlll..III.'" I tll4o"I'Ar .,I.Iduradn. 63i'In e
(IIf'I' Art.lh' .....' ; .. tl ::11'1'' Arltn.k.vllib I'M"Ma' 1I111'' Ar I..hllrll Lr Alas.
the valley, and spread over the ruins
Th. Arctic Ocean -
where harvests now smile again, and "aIl1. i1hdl7dent Kiln" "".

ntenant Colonel Sabine has noticed n.1. a .o s7 NIr lily.Td'' A i i Only a few mlnllte the people go about their work an if Train..1'1111: rarrv thrnnJlh; 1'lIlhn..n 1I1I1T..1 sleeping rare between S.'nrk and T.swps.Trains .
:inking resemblance in the topo- wni in i T.r a f walk from Railway etc there were no such thing as an avalaucbe l2-Thnng11Nolan, ; 1I1I1T..1 tll''I'' ,; r.r. I"n ('l.mi'imstl sad Tnnq.s.lY .

bleat configuration of the northern I d lions and Steamboat HndIngs in this humbling and crumbling It. ('OFFIN it' It. CAILE, (r. h. AK ictll.Y,
u of America and Asia, the simil world. Clen J.:. T. at K. it', It',. Receiver nub. Itlver Klhl ( II. General i'as'cnger; Agent
8 beginning at Bering strait, }i i IIf ,, ... i,., i On the banks of the The process of change in earth levels

raasimilar coast line is preserved, ..TTinr***>Y... far-famed Indian River, in all land is illustrated in your uu

laving also an attendant group of back village street after
NE'VV 1W.A.NAGE1KENT.: paved yard or Jacksonville
dI I between which there is much UNDER. heavy rains. Each tiny rivulet no larger ,

: inty. These are the Parry islands than little finger has its floods, its
------- ------ ----- --- -- your
alnlng to the first mentioned oonti- narrower limits where it runs in its St. Augustine

t. and the New Liberian group beg square foot of harder soil and is there.

to the latter Even as to latiN by pinched sideways,its sudden shallow
& Indian
these islands preserve a resem- ing and widening where tho soil is softer River

Ice.'nt. MACHINE and the panic stricken ants or bedraggled .
what of the great interior of this THE WALTON RAPID CALKING beetles are caught in their Railway.

.If ocean This Is all unknown. An miniature world and routed as men are

iOD may be deduced from a careful Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada. on a larger scale. Ten feet square of I ot.7ze Time. Tal>l. In Effect Al'rllllntl, IHim.
;section: of a chart of the earth that back yard may illustrate the succession

1 ocean has islands, and the fact that in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States of events which make seas shallower All Rail Line to Lake Worth vIa, St. Augustine Ormond and
are teen to toward the
and mountains lower The surcharged Rockledge. -

riorln great numbers is explainable warm cloud gutn a chill anil carmuton the -

the hypothesis that they there find TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. head of some dignified peak, the sudden South Bound North Bound.

;itence to invite them. On the other condensation upsets the shower out of Nu. o. n.
d, they may fly directly across theIUrea the cell buckets 23.: a7 2M INo.r2: 2sLvJwk"mvhle. ;
to similar the atmosphere's myriad -:-:: "'Mt. eel p- .... .... I.. W 1"1" lies oh'', -h. "i'iii"a"ll" :-:-:- .. ,..
parallels on op- and the torrent rushes down the breasts ArSt.Augustine 111111 7Mlp ..... .. 1..II..I..r. .. .. .. Sllain.. . .....

.Ie ing side of,the and polar the fact winter that with the and limbs of the mountains so swiftly I.r I.r Nt.Ilaatings Anguatlne: .. :IeU Ingo : : : : : :: :: :. i.v I., limits w.; Juldter.$,mm ,'Ii: :: ::: : a'u1 : : : : : ::::::

they come that the surprised soil catches the spiritof hr 5aat: 1'" "I II .. I.. AI..I. ... .. 71.I. .. .. ........
:n the polar district Is evidence that -... Pretty Good G__ panio and forgets to obey gravitation . .-. -- 5 '
ibsutence, if there be any is not The New Orleans Picayune says that until it finds itself at sea and almost out . 113 .. .. .:. Tlr a : .
T ? rHi 1 5 INS :
bnndant as to tempt them to remain. a teacher in explaining to her pupils of sight of shore. That transfer of earth gff 12311 1.. .. ... : iH; a iNl'; : YiiAr"rlOl'II' .
v4 tl ii r : .
. a
only the
nocturnal tribes would'ould the difference bteween civilized and uncivilized leaves the bills thinner and deposits ... .... 1'13111' .... .... 1..M"II.urIl8. .. '" .... in.. ........ .......
endure, the long polar night, races, insisted upon three that which makes the river or bay or Lr (In.,1 .. .... 1..II"tll". :.III 11II a Slop: .. ,..

wag.even abundant if there subsistence were polar common islands things, clothing as requisite and shelter for civilizationfood sea the somewhat lowlands near less their deep.grain People and live fruits in!, ,I.I.v:, fort lwyGma.)rn'ntJune.ISamg... ... :: .1W m2'.Mt.p' ..: ..:.:::: :::: ::::::. I.e Lv IvEauila111.(ia',ass kledg.:':: : : ::::: 11: : r fan.!: :::::::

;day u>ct and experience might impel all The next day she brought the subjectup and these thrive on the alluvium washed Lv New iilldl.Nmfnu.: .. .:::. 12M1 IMty p ... ., ; : : :, :: ," LrTltuarllle.In'lt7: : 1 Iat: :::: .. .. mlI.vSll.ule. 11 3uLrnak : : :: :: .... ::: 1

fowls to leave-Pittsbnrg DU- again by way of review. down by torrents and flood. That 1..TI&.nlll. .. 2MIp .IMla. LrInk '. .. .. .... .. I UI.IIIII., 46p.. ........
.. IIMI" .IOala -. I." ?;.. ""'ymll.. .. .. I III I'II .. ... ..
the three things necessaryto of makes the mountains Lv'Ityl'oint. .
"What theft
} are matter I.. (5n'a.. .. ... 1111" 11It1l a. L.I'"rt IIr.nJl8.; .. .. .. .. I al p 1. ......
I a civilized man?" she asked. bareheaded and put the valley under I.. I'kl. Ethic of Don Several of the children rememberedfood obligation to the storms which feed the Lr tau Oallie. .. ... .1" .. . .11'1'0111. .. .... Ar..r..oll.. ... .. .. 161" III. .......
Trading I.. Same 1411 II 131' .. .. .... Lr I IrwomlI.r .. .. .... .
'bItl Justice Peters in making n and clothing but the third reqni crops with plant nutriment stolen from Alsllsurne. S It p p mlk, p ... I.e Onuend Juno. ..
19 in a case in court removed a ceri site seemed to have escaped their recollection above. Like man, the harvests lift their : .. : :::: 5LJp :::' 47ap; : .- AriaalIalataa._: : ... ..l 72tpwLvFort :: :::::::

. .
l'lerce. Salp 44'.p Aifoii :: =-'nO-"III---: : : .
weight of responsibility from the entirely. Finally after the qnestion eyes to the hills, whence their helpcomel. 1..I'II..n': .. .. .. .211" .... ........ Lt Nan Mateo .. .... "' n. .. .... ....

"olden In driving jl, the a horse bargain is allowable He said times,had one been little repeated fellow lifted two.hit or three hand into the. The sea,mountains and man are demands being carried tribute tHWErr:::: ::::I Sai Se1p p : : .: :::::: :: :. Ailhlattiis.IrFtatks. ,':.'::: :::: :: Iy n[::: [:::::::

t sertain and said: as they I.. finis. A..n..IMI.. .. ..... ... ... F )lsstnugs. .... .. ... a.l.p III. .....
amount of pas .. .. .. .. .. .. ...
I.r w'. Jupiter.. .. 52S p .. .... ... Ar N4 AUllllltin. .11I"n. :
< In which the buyer is to believe "A wife. The forces of nature and the elements Lv Nirlera .. .. ....' S .IS I' ... ... .. I.r lit. Aul'u.".... 1 puts :lO.. in... .. .....
w J own ask "The law cannot hold Whether the teacher sent him to the in battle, like the gospel are levelers. Ar W Psi''' Beach .36.. . ....ArJ'k.onYllle. .. S Its 61ft.p Ill. .... .. ....

:Dan: responsible for everything he bead of the class we are not informed. They bring down the mighty and lift up

7u. > driving a trade, said Judge the lowly. One of these days the earth A. & W. Branch.

'**, 't< ,annot It expect the buy- Palpitation of the Heart Wom.. Win !. South.tralJa. must be resurveyed. The aspirations of KJCT" JlIICN". 'iOKTII' iIOL'Nil.NTATIl .

: Ue ordinary precautions, and if he Word has come from the president of the hills will have been reduced, the -
cheated by believing all the chaf Shortness of Breath. Swellinr the W. C T. U., :Mrs. Nichols of Prospect depths of the rivers bays and oceans ) S. Nos ''so' No. Su K'rATlo\8. No S No'e
*Indulged in by the seller he must of Legs and Feet. that in Adelaide, South Australia, will be lest Men who journey by water !''iw"' Yu'tClflp '" .. I OOTYj:112glle: :( It 44a 4.3ilji an. .
2 Ie 2na wanga 'ity
*">ly roffer! The law step in only "For about four rears I was troubled adult suffrage has been carried giving may return to the plans and proportions Lvlha.g.l'Ity Lake listen 7adpllaas alp .:' : '' : iah.llaw Ida 72ep: :: ::..

sae o' the that best suited those who built the ark. Ar 1)C'lt'June. Ss.Ila .. .. Ar NrwMmyrna' tllJIa 'at'1'
fraud, defined according to with palpitation of the beart the women a right to vote on same .

t al .tatuJee1. "Lewuton Journal !i shortness of breath and swelling or term a* men and with no barrier to and they may see that Noah knew some All trains dsll between Jukrtnrlll.and at. Auguntiue.Train. .

the legs and feet. At times I would a seat in parliament The bill now only thing about shipbuilding notwithstanding south "St. Augustine ens dally eaespt Muu'l.y.pas.engers .

..,. i faint. I was treated by the best physicians await the queen's consent oar Americana, A or an la* and Cam OD trains 23 sad 11 ban Ts 111auta for lunch at New SIDn.
TheAI. Keep ta the 8Ighb in Savannah, Ga with no relief. Mrs. Nichols says"It is a grand victory pania David may have had a thought thetIeat.Mrktrains M.rpertbdOnsrrln and
TluuTablashows I ems
"II1:1ite dodging that some times I then tried various Springs for a bard and well fought battleof of all this when he said, "The hill lbe 'es 11 ti Sri antMi.. bat their arrival ter drpartun at oh. tln'n Stated b ad t.d'ar': = :

k. passers in a narrow pasJ without benefit. Finally, I tried seven year" melted like wax at the presence of the the Co assay bo\llll..o1I ".I".nllb""r"J delay CJr say ewwquearoe UlaID&Hnoloraa..

J happily solved once by a tall. Lord." Isaiah wrote "The mountains J. J&. S .UUITT. JUIIEPtf HICIIAitDsON.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure 'FI p..d..I. Sisal Fssreag r Ageat.
bulky Vermonter who ex. "
l4 aon.alsg Ike Es.n.slo.. flowed down at thy pre enC&
.11 both from the position by..y. I also his Nerve and Liver Pills. Jfierbeyinntng I said "The mountain shall be thrown --- -- -- -- - --
Ton will stand still madam. to lab them Melt better: I "See here Jones, never thoughtyou town and the steep place shall fall "
lo were a liar but I overheard you
home. them and 1 am now
Joseph Ritchie of continued taking
U those dwellers at Elm
tbtth tell Mir: Gordon last night that her face
used &o tell an experience of In better health than for many years.Since their Bible have of
must thought
1 .'JaL the .d'71 when I*" DOT recovery I hope fifty wu a perfect dream What d'1' say these they after they recovered front of Job
1 "Advocate"
theon Mdewalk. and In street ears, pounds in weight. I this state- that forr their surpria-Northwesteru passages ChristianAdvocate. Send the some your

I,T fcwpwi flashed out if anybody bent may be of value to some poor "Well say, she' a perfect nightmare, : .

4bect, W Cheeks them.and Looking wrinkled straight the sufferer.en.surrexWays Button positive, O. Un't ther"You're telling the truth now. orders: and will be satisfied.

X01e. 7011 II Dr.X1IeSA.arOur.45dd Ihaltke anS boths a w/U a oslhAu "Welt that's what I told her onlyI An onyx teal ring, belonging to an Printing you
lDa'am.II said :Mr. Rit- armies
.. I old school d..".... ..IB'.Ulo S bottles for 56. ort softened the expression a little. "- ancient Athenian wa lately dog op .
I T pollteneu.-D- wla ts.eag pee tot pew near Athena
I'IIacrt pL w.uG t4fMam edu.Yow lil aar(. tad.I New York Recorder..


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8 INDTAlr nrVIr.R ADVOCATE.. -MAY- 3., 1895.

.Mst.J.\\JI::('TJJ: UACOIIJmT\) nUJHn; or Till MAY DAY PIC-NIC. Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM
The May Day lc-l1lo at Cocoa was asuccess.

Sir. II. G. Sloane, who managed Baking
1)ecet Mrs Nock Broken and Up Capital 25000.00
II, gave: It his entire time and energy
Skull rracturcil. both In preparing for It and also on
the day of its occurience. A large crowd LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE,

The ll.xiy .:.ham d. gathered at the grounds long before noon, I'v.f PowderABSOLUTELY

On Filthy evening last new wan received and part of the programme was carried: ,; We have for sale a large list of careful

In Tltum'Ills that James Dough out before the dinner was announced.A PORE selected Indian River Properties ]
erty was drowned at the Inlet, near Fort large crowd: was In attendance at the ,
Tierce, while In the act of diving to get the bicycle: and other races, and It was a* -- -- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Li

something In the hold of a schooner orderly and good natured a gathering a* Thirty Acres. in Pineapples. Canal and Transportation Co.CANAL .
wrecked In the breakers at that could be found. The showers Interfered Deep fringe of beads are mach liked
lying LA,1VDS.Florida
for dressy wear. They am arranged to .
about four feet of water. His with the carrying out of the programme Mr. II. M. J. R. Parrott
In Flagler R. T.
place, : fall from the belt or from a pointed Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A: Key West Railway rOD
remains were brought here on Sundayby In Its original form and caused the peo- Goff, Dr. A. Anderson and C. B. Cory, bodice or Sorter garnitures are set on Lands. Dlsston Indian River Loan and Investment Co !
the steamer &t Luole. and were interred See to shelter twice to escape a left West ralm Beach at 10 a. m. Monday the waist draping and half ooooeollni Comma yother Low Priced ?

la the Titusville cemetery the drenching. The manager, considering they having transacted all necessary the figure Monoy to LoAn .J.xvxys on XXnn
same day. During/ the preparing of the the weather and all things, made a success business Mr. Flagler brought the plans At Ten per cent: in sums to ,ui'.

body for burial some doubts were expressed of the amusement on May Day. for the new buildings that are to be Genuine Bargains in Real Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
as to whether the man had been The different game were largely par erected here this summer, while Mr. Titusville Florida.
drowned or not, and after the body ticipated In, and the result were generally rarrott and Mr. OofT Inspected the work Estate.No. .

Lad been burled, Prosecuting Attorney satisfactory. The dinner was most that Is being/ done tithe steamer J.V.. 1. Twelve acres of hammock
Titus, suspecting foul play, had It excellent, and was ample for all present. Sweeney, which the/, pronounce to be land at Sharpes postoffice about 300 feet
The trap shooting was participated In first-class front on Indian River, and runs back to
exhumed. A postmortem examination every particular. They also Fred. S. Chaffee & Co
road has 'It a house of six a.
by Drs. Wilson and Wills revealedthe by many, and Mr. Jake Field won the visited the pineapple plantation of the county rooms, almost; new upon; cost of !house $1,600; ,
fact that death was not caused by silver cup and saucer. There was also a Florida Pineapple company, which Is barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a
drowning, as the lungs were entirelyfree second prize. Some excellent shooting located just a mile south of here The grove of 500 large bearing trees, In line

from water, but by a blow on the was done on the ground. gentlemen were well pleased at the wonderful condition recover and before bear the good freeze crop., and Remainder will loon 4 THE CORNER DRUG STOR

head, which penetrated the skull, causing There were several races by wheelmen, condition of this com pan)'.pinel. of land cleared, and Is of best quality for
a fracture of the occipital bone on largely participated in by wheel owners. It has thirty-dent acres planted, and expect vegetable farm. This property was held!
tIe right side of the median line, about Earnest Vanlandingham, Titusville won fully 60 per cent of the full crop, or firm at $0,000 one year : will sell today TITUSVILLE FLORID
two and a half Inches long; and that the slow bicycle race prize of 200. more than 1,000 crates.-Citizen. for $3,800; $1,<))00 cask and $2,200 ,
This Is
remain on mortgage. a
death resulted from a broken neck. A The three mile\ bicycle race, for whicha may desirable for home good
most place a ,
warrant wits Issued for the arrest of prlze'blcycle outfit, valued at (:JO, was M. 1"\ Dttjcr's lace Horses. location, close to postoffice, school, We try to keep a full stock of
James McCoimlck ho, It Is presumed, offered, was won by L. D. Andrews, church, etc., and In a nice nelghborhoot Pure Fresh Drugs of Best Quali'i
Is responsible for !his death, and he was of Cocoa. M. F. Dwyer's Don Alonzo and Banquet The bare land alone Is almost worth the Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very Important matter

brought up from Fort Pierce In chargeof Joe Wilkinson\ Itocklcdgc, won agt'ntl' did not start in the Heath Iligh- price asked. Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Wall Paper EtcEte
Deputy-theilff llajcs on Monday sweater In the potato race. walthe handicap at New Market, Eng Ko. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house. ,

night/ and lodged In j jdl.DcCorndck The cracker contest was won by Ewan land, on Wednesday and Dwyer's Hairy of. eight cleared! rooms, etc., artesian; adjoins! well hotel, large property portion We run onr Business in "Up-to-Date" Methods. = =

was already In custody Rice, of Titusville. Reed and Croker's Eau Gallle were at Sarno, near Eau Gallle. The lam jy-: Special attention to mall orders. We will try and fill your want QIt
a hen the warrant for his arrest was U. Wilson won a prize pair of shoes In scratched from the second welter handi alone Is worth more than price we quote, lust as well as If you called In person. All orders for goods in stock shipped]
received) Dcputy-slicilfT Ilajcslio tile lOO-janU foot race. cap. The Star says Messrs. Croker and *-J,2:>0. The owner refused $:j.OOO a year day they are received. We want your trade. ,
lie must sell without delay, and
!had arrested him on Sunday morning for The backwards race was won by Trez. Dwyerand their party backed Bamjuet has ago.authorized us to take $2,2': ; $1,2':
disturbing the peace: with Mr. J. S.: Wilson\ Titusvillo. for 2,000: Wednesday, at very reason cash, balance may remain on mortgage.
Hell, justice of peace at that place.An In the five mile\ bicycle race, A. S. able odds The Sportsman says, Xo. 3. Two hundred and eIghteen Read Read Read

Inquest had been held at Fort Thompson, Titusville, was the winner of Wednesday morning, that the stable acres of land at New River; has a quarter -
fierce on the remains of Daugherty, and the electro cup and saucer. commission on M. F. Dwyer's Banquet of a mile front on New River Sound
verdict of ".11"1\\ UCII" was deehrcd.: The two-milo\ handicap bicycle race In the race Tuesday at Newmarket I and half mile front on the canal. Description WRITE TO THE
follows : Lots 3, 4 and 8 osection
lr M W, Lichtoho wan present at was won by Lamond, of West Palm the 2,000 guinea tilplo-plate, was 14,000: 13 as, and lot 3 and northeast quar
the inquest, told those present that Hunch. nearly all of which was got on Dan'lllet'l I ter of northwest quarter of section 23: L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER Cd C CJatol
deccaned's Banquet[ the In 50 south 42 cast
neck was broken, but nothing There were other events on the pro- won race easily township range
Price tU acie. We believe a -
Wit thoughof this, its It was the but arnved at per

general !gramme, our reporter
I could sell this land at $:.K) per sonvillo F1.or1.d.n
belief at the time that Dougherty Cocoa too late to make note of them. -Mr. W. R. Dcmain, observer of the acre and double his money as soon all ,
inflicted this injury upon himself In his On the committee of arrangements weather l' ireau, Jacksonville, left on steamers begin to run through the canal If you are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain th
endeavors to free his head from the grip were Messis Ed. tiling, II. (I. Sloan Wednesday morning to take charge of next December. We own this land our- Special Low Prices for cash with order.
which held It In the hold. Had It not and L. Daniels. the Mobile selves, but need money to develop other
T. station. A. J. Mitchell, formerly enterprises, hence offer It at a price Don'tIif'lf'l: -
been for the fact that one of those w ho About thirty Titusville residents attended of Titusville, Jupiter and Mobile, which will insure early sale, $15 per This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to t;
insisted lu the laying out of the body of the plc-nlo and races, but returned took charge of the Jacksonville station, Manufacturer.
the murdered man noticed blood on his home before the ball. and made his first prophecy Wednesday.We acre.No.. 4. The north three-fourths of Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,

hind, which came off deceased's head, TUB BALL. acknowledge receipt of a Weather southeast quarter of section 7, and of Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between halo a
it is doubtful whether the lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south Laura Streets. yjfSend for Pocket Memoranda Book
supposednline from Observer Mitchell
Up| to 8:30 p. m., It looked as if the Crop of range 41 east, containing 150: acres
would have been brought to light. attendance at the ball would be rather This tract has a large frontage on the
\s far as can be teamed at present, It slim, but by nine o'clock the guests began The Jews were commanded to celebrate St. Lucie River, two miles from the rail-
'is stated that road crossing. I'rlce $15 per acre. E. .L. :se. .D
Dougherty had trouble to pour Into the Pliiza hotel rather a jubilee feast, or national holiday ..
with th. 'accused a few days before his At when the every CO years. All Jews in bond No. B. Lot 4 of section 32, township
rapidly. \1:20.: "grand
,Votlinauu while at the wreck near theinlet age to their brethren went free on this I 37, south range 41 east, containing 77ltCl'el. Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r
march" was called, there were 80 on the feast This tract has a quarter of a
where deceased met his ,
sad fate
floor and before there must have
long mile front on the St. Lucie River at<
McCormick asked D.uighcrty to dUe been 100 present. The "grand march" Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock II,

down lnU the wreck to fetch up one leg which presented quite a gay scene,, PINEAPPLE SLIPS No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, Staple Sc Tai ney Groceries, Frui
of alton, which waN missing. Daugh- ..... at Ewanton
with so nuny gaily\ dressed ladies-was fronting on Biscayne Bay And Food Products
frty at filet was unwilling to do so, but Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut ,
led by Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Pock. Cocoa, 01 All Kinds. Also My Stock of
consented condition AND SUCKERS Grove. Price( $ ,OOO. This price may
that his
dually on 5=
Indianola, Couitenay, banyan; Meriltt, seem high, but if yon will try to buy any Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
son Walter should accompany him. Eden, Eau Gallie and Ilockledge were land flouting on Biscayne Bay, in good Hay, ,
Mel itrmlrk, however, sent Daugherty' represented, and It was generally FOR SALE location, you will get your eyes opened Ground Food and Wheat.I .
son ')dome pretext to the other end of admitted that the ball was a very enjoyable as to prices asked In that section. This am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the ibon l in*
the boat While there he heard a tract Is the only desirable parcel we Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondent and tot
affair. The Intermission took Of the
Following have left fronting on Biscayne Bay.
your patronage Very truly
splash, as of something having fallen place at 141 o'clock, midnight, when ham Red The prIce asked, fu.OOO, will yield us a :33. 3L BRAD:
Into the water. !Shortly afterward McCormick sandwiches, coffee, cake and ice cream Spanish, fair profit, and we are satisfied that *
told bins that his father was was supplied In abundance, while lemonade Porto Rico nothing similar can be had at a much
diowned! Walter thtn asked him to tiea "on all the free VARIETIES ;: Smooth Cayenne higher price. This tract will no doubt
was tap" evening, be sold within a few weeks. FEASTER & BREITWISCH
tope around him and allow him to to ever'body. Golden r'w.Successors .
search for his lather This McCormick Xo.7. An improved place of 7 acres
Dancing was continued: until:30 a.m., Enille Clby.fjOT close to the depot and post office at Mal
fused to do. The son then tried to when all wended their way homewards, abar. Large house with upper and lower to L A Coleman
IKTi'iunlf him to let him go and get well pleased with what several ladies. Orders now taken. All fiist- veranda, costing $1KX.00 7 rooms; In A Wb01esa1e, II II
home people to help, which, after a time, said was the most enjoyable feature of class plants, and early delivery. Applyto fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, and Hetal' FLORIDA MEATS -
etc. Most all the land Is cleared
lie- did McCormick I I. said ; Dealers In
to have tried
the whole amusement the ball.
day's G. C. MATTHAMS, large! seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This .
to present people from coming on the The thanks of those present are tendeietl Florida Pineapple Co., will make a nice home for anybody. 4 Orange and Vegetable Growers
Uuu, saying that they could: not do so Mr. and Mrs. Peck for their kindness Good nel hborhood. Price only $1250.00.;
mltbout paying W, and that when they In giving:; their dining room for the West Palm Beach, Fla. NOTE:-The above descriptions will === La Grange, Fl;
did conic on board he cut the boats use of the dancers. enable customers to locate the several
dnft properties very closely by examining
At Uu quest of I. id. D. L. OauUlen, 1 1 one[ of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com-
Can of Thanks. 1 1r pany's railroad maps, but we will be DUREN & FEASTER
attorney ,01 the accused, the piulimiu- pleased to send special maps on a large
ary trial was postponed until the :21>thinst scale, on application, to parties who
c The ladies of St. Gabriel' Guild\ mean business and Intend to buy, If they
gate Mrs. Wetmoio a genuine and pleasant can find such a bargain... they want.
The Lute l\1ri. Lorrliner. surprise on tho anniversary of her JACKSONVILLE FLA. BOBBINS & GOAIIAM Co., GROCERIES OF- ALL KINDS. Francis H, Leggett & t tFine Co

birthday, May 3rd, by presenting her Titusville, Fla.L. .
with II very handsome pair of Dresden
Monday Jacksonville Metropolis Gl
sajs figures for which she returns her oceries.
'The the body of Mrs. Henrietta A. Lor- sincere thanks very l;. ast'ws, ......., 8. O. VAN LA>DI>GUAM. 8ec, H Tr ...

rimer ruDer,, tloteaited and mother wife of of Mrs.Stephen F. M.M.Ironmonger Lor- MARGARET L. WETMORK.heU : PIIOSNIX MILLS LUMBER CO., Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all Itt

: and Mr. Chas. Murray, of this : :. 1883. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. CROCKERY
city, and also a former resident of Jacksonville Incorporated October, 1894-Suoccuon to R. Ilanton Jk Co. GLASS AND TINW AHE. -

who died In Morlson, Illinois, L. BARBOT & Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber :r- Agent for William & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your order solicited

on the bth of September, 1803, of apoplexy Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched Very Truly, X>ixx.Ort C3: FeAstor
and paralysis has been dis-iutcrred, General Commission.CO.. lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes
and was received in this city: this mornIng made M called for All Kinds Of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Work a

by express, and will be Interred In :a y :a d Specialty One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experience, RICHARD. GOODE. JAMES T, HOGG.
the family burying ground In Evergreen 1 g .8 :J -3 so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction Notary Public 4 ln "f D(*4
Temetery this afternoon at 2:30 by :d ""d and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and In
I udertakei Clark, only the relatives .s ::; the most satisfactory manner. tall and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Florida Real

be family attendiug the Intermeut.Mra ."- v.INEW: Correspondence and Patronage Solicited. Estate Exchangf

Lorrlmer was a relsldent of Titus

ville for a year or two, and was highly ORLEANS.LA..
ty: Write us for descriptive
price list.
respected by our residents.Exposition Canal Hank.Metropolitan.
REFEBENCEs Bank.Cvmnwrcli .
A Beautiful Line of MELBOURNE
Brevard Co., FLA.

Produce Co, G. C, McCLINTOCK rr- Card Cases Purses


Wholesale Fruits Eggs Ruouii, Fish Vegetables, etc. Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables, Hair Pins C. Lumber and House Building Materials *-

lIft18m Atlanta bl- Cur.Georgia.EUgtwood AT, 415NorthFrontSt.Philadelphia, Pa. And Latest Novelties atAXTIIOXY Sash Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement Nails aBuilders' a

Consignment Solicited. Consignee BROS.
furnished with dally quotations. Hardware.
Special attention to every consignment Shipment told on arrival. Checks THE JEWELERS TITUSVILLE FLA.
large or small. and account of tale sent out each day. Sized *
Carload lots of Florida vegetables and Send for market report. Reference Watch, Clock ud Jcvelrj Repairing Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialt

fruit Writ handled for: 8 on..1 Special commission.: upon application: from all over the state G. F. PAD DISON. -
IJT iUuk r:f: uue raraLmlud. nM utsntlwa this rarer U writing. "'


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