Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
May 31, 1895
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v. : ill. ;


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


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

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East Coast advocate
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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle


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I 01.10. No. 17. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY: 31 1895. [Price,. 5c.,

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LOCAL NEWS, Rend Thl Column Carefully. -Mr. Benj. Hogg, of Wavoland, has Bishop Gray Is expected In Tltus- Shipping rlnt'nlIt.! Mr. IL. M...'Inrt.a:1: : theFanst t tCtaast.
vine on Sunday May Ptk.
been attending court this week.' : ..
General Interest
Ud Topic of THE EAOIE CIOTHIXO STORE, In the -Mr. Geo. W. Scoble spent a day or -Tax Collector Hall I, of MiarpesMS On her last trip from the Florida keys

leading ADVOCATE clothiers block, Titusvllle, are the so In Jacksonville the first of the week. been In town several days this week. the schooner jueen. In command of Mr. Henry >U Xlagler,.t Xaw York.
on the East Coast of
L and General Ooulp In connection -Mr. Jss. Mitchell of Irdlanola Chester I McFadJrn brought about passed TltusvlII:
|lety and tk Worth 1IfItI. Florida. Give them a trial. -Mr. Dan Miller, of Bay View, has wasIn up through on Tuesdayafternoon
.llk Indian River town a couple of days or so this week I(KK dozen pineapples, all of which were on a. spool*),, L. und! for Wen
daring put week. Brief mention ollattrMtlnf f been spending a few days In Jacksonville k''
gone Event from Various Parts WHFRK to stop. See list of hotels on this week. hunting up all his oM! friends.Dr. hipped over the Flagler hallway to I'iUm Beach. We are pleased to say that

,1 the World I About People You Know our 4th and 7th pages. Dodm, our dentist, will leave, JacbnvlUtfor distribution to various 11. appeared In totter health thanwo
-Mr. It. S. Head of the East Coast
U4 People Ton Don't KnowPickedq here for Sanford shortly. Better get parts north. had ever seen him before,. and he i
Line, was a on Tuesday'snorthbound !
Editor. passenger ----
bj Our AfY COU of stamping powder desired font teeth attended to before his de old a representative" the ADVOUATK
train. Fourth of
at CIIAFFEE & Co. Druggists parture. Iulj. that he had been In excellent health for
ire owned a stare all nicely nocked. litusville Fla. -Mrs. G. F of Tropic came
m.wt complete and !rand, Ensey, he past few months
Kill Kith found!lUture his..h clone triwle were blocked up to town on Tuesday to spend.a few Notwithstanding the hard times, A movement Is on font by several of Mr. }Jwr.'l'lIt to take WoiUi to W-

Hr other dealer at hand. DEED blanks lOc. each; (3.00 per 100, at days with her mother Mrs. M. E. Titus the Decker house was so full tlila week our cltlmis to celebrate the Fourth of pect (the work which tan been Ieguoon
Hr;Don"bred much In deep surprise! the ADVOCATE oftne.TFKTII that Mrs. Decker was unable: to take care July Titusvllle.. Bicycle and footraces
him the cue, -Mr. C. I' Eacott of Jacksonville his botch the
fn-nd ne new near ocean at
flee: :renolved oaihertlne.And : of all who applied for rooms. liMit and other
i:1'faRYI.oll'lI, races,
his trade just grew and grew; has: left for Cincinnati for awhile Mrs. loach, std l to look I ItxVother matters of
1" carefully extracted by Dr. M. D. -The contract has been given to Mr amusements will IMS on the programme;
Eacott and the Misses Lillie and Marie
L. Dod on. 50 cents per tooth. Office 1.. R. Decker for the finishing off of the while Mr. Win. 11. Brown willbAvea 1t1l1orlaI4lll.
on Hutchinson avenue, Titusvllle. Eacott still remain in Jacksonville. inside of St. Oaln-lel's Episcopal chuixh. Dam Rumor will certainly) ooucltwte
JOB PRINTING at this office. lawn fireworks his
W' Master Kingan Hodgson and his sister Work was commenced this week. party, etc, on place. that lib flying trip tt the East C ast sf
ty' The ADVOCATE may be had at FOB first class shoemaking and repairing Miss Florence, who have been at -We acknowledge receipt of some A Slut Itenth at IMon. "'loil U at this season of the year means

Dr.jjcreven's drug store and Mrs. EmmaEAton'l call on J. A. Daughtry: at Ml. Nolle's the Stetson University, DeLand, for very fine photographs from Mr. O. P. sumo new project moro than wiUimrympo4tance.
news Bland, /Bo. per copy. old stand, Titnsville, Fla.
some time past, left for their home at Havens, of Jacksonville, which now A report reached the ADVOCATE office, .
-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three adorn the walls of the On Ixmid the special train with )fro
I Eau Gallie on Wcdncsdty.Mr. ADVOCATE office.\
Included whet WE :MAKE: VERY Low PRICES on from! Eden, Tuesday morning, that the
/ent$ per the week, postage :Mixtures: for pineapples. We have a Crosby, of the well-known firm -Mr. (i. W. MacAvoy Is still the young child of Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Le 'l.iglor; were Mr. James E: tngtaham,

taken by year. large stock of Tobacco Dust, Kalnit, of Greenleaf & Crosby, Jacksonville, genial and obliging room clerk at the Tournau died almost suddenly the pre Mr. loo. F. Mites, Supt. It. T. UoU and

-Capt. Joe Smith left here, Wednes Cotton must Seed reduce.Meal and Let Potashes, whichwe passed through here Wednesday on his Carleton hotel, Jacksonville. Mr. Mac vious night from strangulation, can nod! Jr. J. C. Sailer, Mr. Flaglct'! private
day, for Jacksonville, on a visit to lilt LITTLE BROS. F. A quote P., way to Palm Beach Ills friend Mr. Avoy Is said to be a hotel man of considerable by swallowing a button. Deceased wan, secretary. They returned! t"SC. Augustine -

144 Jacksonville, Fla. Fuller accompanied him on the trip. experience.Mrs. the grandchild of Captain Thomas K.Rlchaids on Wednesday evening.
I imllyMr.
J. O. Walton has been spending -::\[ Wethey & Wagner, who re B. )I. Anderson left Daytona this the well known pineapple
DIATII: or am. J O. OUtmS
few days at Sarno and Eau GalHe thin To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE of Eden.
cently had their stock and store burned week on her way to Ocean Grove, N. J., grower
week. block Titusville.; Excellent location tr

at have the where she will\ rUst-cl4s
out Georgians, purchased open a private
Possession be had at Tho rounder nr Santo
Underwood has been may lUre Vartj'H iMIslmp.
-Mr. W P. appointed once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor grocery stock of Mr W. A. Hall, and boarding[ house for the summer months

postmaster at Rosoland, rice J. C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE office, again opened for business the Hlscock Mrs Anderson has a great many friends! Mr. John Green, the founder Sarno
L. Ha Her resigned.Mr. Titusville.MoNxy. On Friday t Mr. W. A. Vaity, of St. on the Eau: lallle River, died on
building.Mr. In Daytona and neighborhood who wish Augustine, while returning from the Wednesday night, May 2tr, ago 54 years

Geo. Hatch,of Rockleclge, was a G. A. Saeger, partner In the ber every purees in her new venture. British steamship Jamaica, lying at lie appealed I to Iw In his usual state of ;
pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE officeon : We want money to loan on first she left Jacksonville yesterday, on the Pernandlna, In company with N. It. Borden health on the evening previous to his
real estate mortgages. Ten percent firm of Saeger Bros., pineapple growers, Clyde steamer Algonquin, for New Yoik.Mr. fell overboard at the Centre street loath, and retired I at his usual hour

Wednesday. free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden Ankona, came up to town on Thursdaylast and Mrs. E. P. Porcher, family wharf, but was hauled out before The[ next morning Mr.'Green did not ap

-Captain E. E. Ymll, of the floating & Sanders, Titusville and West I'alm for the purpose of serving as juror and nurse will leave Courtvnay todayon any damage was done.-Citizen. 'ear at the breakfast table at the hotel,

hotel, West Palm Beach, was in town a Beach, Florida. during the session of the county court .a trip to Atlanta. Mr, Porcher will\ This looks bad, Brother Varty There sob )fro C. T. Verl,eke, his partner, went

short while yesterday.Mrs. this week. We acknowledge a pleasant return to Coui'tenay In a few weeks' time, I.I nothing wrong In visiting steamer, i to his residence at eight clock to tall

C. S. Bulkeley, of Melbourne, but his wife! and family will spend the but you ought; to be careful of those him, and to nil appearances decoanod
WE now have money to loan in sums to call from Mr. Saeger. summer In Atlanta with her sister. Mr. Foreign wines f was sleeping\, soundly He did not like
has gone to New York, via Savannah suit an approved real estate security. to disturb him, thinking he would soon
-Mrs. Chas. K. Kenyon left here, on I Porcher expects to handle quite a lot of
Doe of steamers Send In your applications. Robbins & awake and come over to the hotel toreakfast.
and for the association and
Graham Co. Saturday last, for Jacksonville, and on oranges No Trains HeUun-ii Jupiter .
will hold title summer.Dr. >
-Archdeacon B. F. Brown
arrival at the she at once InformedMr
metropolis .J IIno. About 10 a. m. the waiter
divine service on Sunday next, June lilt, boarded the Clyde steamer Iroquols, en F II. Houghton: who has beenon Verbeke that Mr. Green had not
Cocoa 1030 and at Merritt XAPIITHA LAUNCHFS. A. T. Rose, Mel-
t at : a. m.; "
to Lake
.13.30: p. m. bourne, Indian River, will build any route to New York. From the latter so In a trip town this e'k.rtlJie'l1;rtt a for day) or'- The Jupiter and Lake Worth Railway, come visit to to residence breakfast, so to he call made him a ,second when

-Editor Murray, of the Ormond Gazette kind of steam or naphtha launch, sailor city Mrs. Kenyon goes to Boston to len, Ga., on Wednesday, and will spend better known as all the trains Celestial between Route Juno, has be was astonished to find him dead.A .
boat to order. Write him for discontinued
row spend the summer. Mr. Kenyon will go about six weeks in that town em leavingfor jury was summoned and an Inquest
has moved his plant to Daytona, estimates. and Jupiter. When the steamers of the
north later In the season. his home In Columbus, O. The doc. held. on the body, Dr W. II. Hughlutr.f .
where' he will hereafter continue the : Indian River Steamboat company were
tor us a pleasant call ere leaving he being wired
gave Cocoa being present,
rioting business WHITE duck pants at Julius Kline's.IVnEN -Mr. F. V. Cable, of Jacksonville, town. lie was a loser of f.JO by the failure discontinued over this line only, cue but train the business a week was has for by Mr. Verbcke to attend tine/ Inquectand

-.If you have something good, advertise you visit Jacksonville, stop at who has a pineapple plantation at Can of the Daytona bank. continued run to grow worse until the above give bis opinion ai to the cause under ofloath.
It Some of your customers may the Carleton hotel Bay street. The averal, left Tltusville for Jacksonvilleon -Mr*. W F. McCormick, of Cocoanut became a necessity. It will no doubt I Tho verdict brought that of tImed
I Grove, was met by an ADVOCATE repicsentattve start again In the fall,-Fla, Citizen Dr. Hughlett' orders was
know you have It, but there are a great electric car from the railway station Saturday last lie informed an ADVOCATE up from appoplexy"

many who do not.Mr. will about land six at the Carleton door in I I rejiorter that he was on his way said she In Jacksonville had just arrived on Monday.She on the GET The funeral started from Sarno at nine

Arthur S. Ilalgh, who recently to New York, where he expected to stay schooner Tortugas from Biscayne Bay, o'clock a. m. yesterday, a large numberof
has about two months. lie will then return and was on her way to spend a month THE MOST: deceased' friends attending The
purchased an island near BRIGHT COTTOX SEED MEAL, $19.00 per with her parents at Louisville, Ky. body was laid to rest In Its last resting
Canaveral to continue Improvementson FOR
left Biscayne Bay for his home in Hud ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville; Kalnit, From there she would go to Philadelphiato place[ at Eau Gallie cemetery

dersfield, England, to spend the summer $12.00 per ton f. o. b. Jacksonville. his land meet her husband and Mr. and hire YOUR MONEY. The collln wa btmutllully decorated!

months Special prices on large orders. Write -Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson, Eau Gallie' It. K. McCormick, and the whole party with lowers by several ladle. Rev, Mr.
us for quotations on everything In fer- Intended to go to Canada to spend the Prince lead the burial service
-The Rev. W. T. Veale will probably tilizer line. well known lumber dealer has gone to summer months.Contractor Quality amounts to little unless the Deceased had IHHIII In business for a

preach at the First Presbyterian Church,, LITTLE BROS. F. & P. Co., Tennessee. The dickey birds tell us price be fair; great many year at Patterson, X. J.,

Jacksonville, a couple of Sundays on hit 144 Jacksonville, Fla. that he looking{ after Important Interests J. A. McDonald, builderfor quality are not bargains unless where he accumulated a good deal of I
Mr 1 III constructed Is there.
Flagler, having which he Invented In building a
wry north, in the place of the Rev. WH. at McMInnvlIle. Ere the summer is two slips, one on the east side at the We combine them-rejoice and buy. hotel money and, several cottage, a pavilion,

Hopkins, who preached his farewell -Dr. T. E. James left here for St. over two of Tit UIIV1ll6'S prominent young hotel freight wharf and the other on the Perfection In style and assortment. etc., at Harno, a very picturesque sx>ton

sermon last Sunday. Lucie on Monday to attend some of his men 11'111.110 go off on important business west side at the East Coast Line dock. Satisfaction In quality and pilte. the Kan: Gallie river. It I I. not long ; 1
Between these two points the large railroad These are yours, If you make selections
Wednesday night. matters (?)-one to Georgia and the since I.e Informed an ADVOCATE representative -
patient-, lighter, now at St. Lucie, will run. from our large stock of that he .had spent nearly fifty
] YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED -The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady other to Tennessee The lighter has a rapacity\ of five or six Menu', youth* and boys clothing, thousand dollars on his /Steno property.

to the name-and-datesllp pasted have been spending a few days at Cocoa -We acknowledge, with thanks, from loaded cars. The building material for gentlemen S furnishings, mens' shoe, DM....''"', .. partner In the hottl bunt-

'- V weekly upon the ADVOCATE or this week visiting their friend Mrs. :Mrs: Olive E. Weston, Jacksonville, a the new hotel will, therefore, be ferried trunks and valise Handsome as sny noun, Mr. C, T. Yerlwke, seems to take
I wrapper. If your subscription of the first annual serous without the enormous expense of on earth. Goods marked at rock-buttonu the death of Mr. Green to heart very '
j has expired, please remit. McIntyre. programme coinmeno- unloading it at the West Palm lloach prices, at the much.
-When you go to New Smyrna or ment of the Southern Kindergarten terminus of the road. At the Poinciana KAULE CI-OTHIXO STOH

Coronado Beach, you should take the Training School, which was to take slip a short line of standard guage track

-We acknowledge invitation:, with"The thanks cadets, tbfollowing of site of the new building.-Tropical
the Florida State College, Lake City,Fla., page, this Issue. last night. One of the prominent and Sun. John Hetberlngton, who disappeared

request your presence at the eighth an- -Mr. Eugene Rumph, who has been popular young ladies taking part was At the Invitation of Messrs. Mauler A so mysteriously about a month ago, via

lual ball, Thursday evening, June 13th,, attending Stetson University, at De Miss Mabel Ackerly, daughter of Mr. G. -The twelfth annual commencementof Lane, of the A. B. Campbell music accidentally found Tuesday, banging by a
1S1I5 Grand march at nine o'clock." Land, for some time past, returned homeon the John B. Stetson University commenced house Jacksonville, quite a large paity dead in an old deserted cottage,
The ADVOCATE:, if possible, will send a Wednesday, the school being closed D. Ackerly, general passenger agent of last Friday night with the of ladies and gmtlf'nwn-lnl'ludlnlC| an lope above St. Lurle. It Is thought: he committed -

"prenentlve to the ball. for the summer vacation. Ills sister- the J., T. 4 K. W. Railway. The ADVOCATE graduating recital under the auspices of ADVOCATE represeotarive-were< present suicide, a* be was seen leaving

-Mr. W Gordon Brown is not at all Miss Ethel-will make some visits ere Is sorry It could not accept an Invitation the department of inuslo. Only one Monday evening to hear some line music Fort Pierce at the time of Ids disappearance .
this this
Is In
returning.Mrs. be graduate department year given forth by a Urge! oithentrlon tht'Yha1" with a
to present. rope.
discouraged by the recent freeze, for he -Miss Cordelia Ayer Paine-and she
received., It U a tine Instrument
b still M. S. Jones, accompanied by W of the demonstrated her claim to the diplomathat just very II MEMORIAM.The : .
-Contractor F. Beers Flag-
planting pines on his property at t left here manufactured by M. Welts 4Sobn.
her little girl, on Monday'strain t
the entire satisfaction of of John Hethering-
Hob Sound. lIe has just bought 5,00 for St. Lucie, on a visit to her son ler Railway, who has had bis offices In hundreds night of to people who crowded the of Yew York. It represent a full ton, a little disappearance over two month ago caused

Pineapple slips from Mr. Geo. C. Matth- John who, we regret to learn Is quite Tltusville during the past twoandahalfyears First Baptist Church from vestibule to brass band, and with those Instrument present were which very no little anxiety to bis friends, as b* wa

ems" of West Palm Beach, and set them sick. We trust he will soon regain his removed all his office furniture, gallery. Miss Paine's selections were Is much about planned 10ft. high/ and 0ft. wide. ,Msnler very despondent over the recent failures
out former good Saturday, to St. Augustine, at which numerous and difficult, and her Interpretation A Lane have addml quite a number of this country has experienced. A MarchIng -
-The Presbyterian Sunday-school had of the masters and her executionwere the part was formed and searched the
connection with
most of his their
-Mr. place he is at present dong oovfllles since
G. M. Brittaln, who ha been I a plo nlo on Capt. Jas. Pritchard'i place, pronounced to be above criticismby firm. woods for any trace of him that might
Pending several days In Jacksonville,, about four miles down Indian River, work. )fro Beers hu bad quite a staff the many musical authorities In the lead to his whereabouts, but after a diligent

returned to Tltusville on Tuesday Mr. yesterday quite a number attending. of men In his employ since he baa been audience. Miss Paine has been a student The ](allroH.l to Canaveral. search the party returned without pat s
Brittaln Naphtha launches left the city wharf at here, and the removal of his office to St. of this department of the university much a* finding the slightest sign!
wu accompanied by his two I Intervals during the day carrying those will few for some years, and her course .ha been They, knowing John's eccentric nature
Augustine cause a more em-
wnghter, the Misses Prudence and 3, who wished to take advantage of the complete and Instruction thorough. She Many of our subscribers have written notwithstanding! the fact that when last

Georgette, who will spend two or three I outing to the grounds where the merry ployes to leave town. Mr. Glen Strohm U well known at Cocoa, Itockledge, and asking us to give the detail In regard to seen b* carried a stout rope and wentIn a

weeks in Tltusville. We acknowledge i throng, we understand, spent a pleasant will still remain In the employ of Mr. other places on Indian River the railroad which, It I II rumored, will the direction of the woods, a bop
Pleasant time. Beers In St. Augustine. shortly be built from Tltusville to Canaveral was entertained that b* bad slipped off
call from the above youoj Court for Dade. with a branch southward on thi quietly In search of work. Not hear
ladies -Miss Jennie Altrea and little Miss -Mr. O. P. Havens, Jacksonville' A County peninsula. W* can only say In reply to I log from him, or anything of him, another

-Mr. C. Ida May Mndge, who have been spendIng well known and popular photographer, such Inquiries that there Is something of party went out again and then
Bale, for many a filth week or so with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mr. Ju. T. Sanders r>f the law firm All
d servant of the Indian hirer Steam a has just taken some very fine photographs a mystery about the project. wi In an old cabin among the waving palms
boat Co. left .. Lanouette, expect to return to Ssnford of (Gauldvo: Sanders, who have offices know Is that a bill ha* been passed by where !bung that one fair form, now a
here this week for JackWfriend morning, Miss Altree being of vegetables pineapple plantations her and West Palm lieach passed
10 oYlUe to-morrow at both house* of the Legislature granting!! ghastly sight: the flub dropping away
\ omuch Indian. regret of his boslt t obliged to return there sooner than she and agricultural fields along the through here, Friday afternoon last, on a charter to the TltusvllU, Canaveral from the tram, still banging by the cruel t

*, Miss! River Ills dangh expected owing to the Illness of her sister route of the Flagler Railway, II* was his way borne. He said he bad been In and Peninsula railroad, which carries cord his own hand bad fastened to the
.Stella, has also gone to thetropgii .
(d. at They will for the present,,.I pleasant call from the above youniladleslestenlayafternoon. Legislature bad passed the bill for a understand that Mr, Howell Titus of his requiem,and the blue waters of Indian
Springfield, but our townspeoW Miss Altree place along the East Coast. On Mon
pie would County Court for Dade; and that he had our town, was emploreel by certain capI!' Hirer murmured a
e in be pleased to see them hen' will probably leave Sanford for her home day next he will start on a four weeks' been appointed county solicitor, t lists to look after the Introduction of a pray.r.ALI'X BuL.Wx '

In Port Tampa City\ In a eonple of weeks. trip over the Central of Georgia Railway, bill In the Legislature, and we have beet

BaloN" Corros SEED to take views of factories, agricultural BKIOUT Corrox SEED MEAL. '19.00 pci Informed by him that there Is good pro
ton l MEAL, 19.00 pei Low PRICES on Special ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville; Kalnit, pert of construction beginning at an earl] MAKE Vmv Low PMICK on Special
o. at Jacksonville Kalnit fields eta Several
vegetables, Georgia have
::. ; I for Pineapples W. have a 11.0 per ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville.Special dat. W* trust that the project will I Mixture for Plneapl.lW.* a
St'ial wiper ton f. o. b. at Jacksonville Mixtures stock of Tobacco Dust Kalnit\ photographers bid for the above job, but prices on large orders. Write succeed. Anything which will aid li large stock of Tobacco Dud, Kalnit,

?'f prices on large order WriU large'otton teed Meal and Potashes, which Jacksonville U proud to know that Sir u* far quotation on everything In the opening a port at Cap Canaveral wit\ 1: Cotton Seed Meal and Potashes, which I
? quotations on everything In e reduce. Let us quote yon. listens was selected to do the work, fertilizer line. be of immense benefit to all of South we must reduce. Let us quote ,....

LITTLE Boa we must LITTLE hnoe. F. 4. P. Co., notwithstanding the fact that some bids LITTLE Buos. F. 4 P. Co., Florida, but particularly the India LITTLE Bw>*. F. 4 P. c-..
Bno. F. 4 P. (la
1 1,1 Jacksonville,Fla. 144 Jacksonville, ITU. were much lower than his. 134 Jacksonville, Fla Klver section. 141 Jacksonville, Fim1.I .



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OABRADOR'B-COAST. Clyde Steamship Co.

...... Nearer, BolUa- Serge mad Mrlertert
Make It 0.The ...-

most northerly lighthouse on the

coast of
r isle abbe head of the strait of that

I ,. name, a little northeast of Newfound

'FOOTBALL IN FRANCE. land. By what freak of taste it was

+ .... called Belle is'e 1 cannot say for even I II I
T1i. French Ttew, of tt-Never RAW Kieept the oldinavigators' had such a horror of II

%w.. Played by 0....... It that -on their charts they marked I'. I

The game of football, according to with the figure of a demon.

the Rugby raloA, U DOW ofQoially en. The morning the little mail steameron

throned in Franca It it the great winter which I cruised "down on the Labrador

game of oar atbletlo club and of ,".as the Newfoundlander say, I

OYTAW4 our college Although its adept are already plunged! and rolled past it through the BOMETIIIXQ UNUSUAL, New York] Charleston and Florida Lines.
E ,
MRS quite numerous, many people surge the rugged mass of rook crouch M a medicine, is Dr. Pierce' Golden]

.v--"" -' -v' don't enD iknow what the game really, ed there as If ready to seize its prey of Medical Discovery And, becauseof

i in, and few know anything of lU origin ships end human lives. The turf, unheard that there's something unusualin The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed
Burning or its rule Thone whom idea of the .*t our distance flashed around of selling\ it. Where
game ii formed from the legend' that Its base like a long row of glisteningteeth. the way of its kind) to sail as follows :
Erysipelas I In Face and Eyes baTe boon chattered around it fancy that every other medicine
A huge Iceberg had drifted in Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
ii i at
this guaranteed.If Calling
it is a brutal scramble which is anoci only promises,
Inflammation Subdued and ",.Torlures and lay stranded at one end of the island
ted with and it ever fails to benefit or cure, (STASDAtO TIM s.)1
serious fatal acci
Ended toy Hood's. even ; far np on the rocks was the light- From .r..n\'lII.r']

-I am .. ((.Iadd be relieved of my tortures dents. house; on a shelf below stood a little you have your money back.h' From l'terl9.New: Js:.Turk R.) STEAMER Charleston \ew lurk
Certainly is not a game for dude but with for I ( .., .IRMl'018.. .. ,Thnn la3, May I 1'1
that 1 am willing tor tell :the benefit I hart de- provisions, shipwrecked tho only guaranteed remedyfor Friday. Apr' 211 atS.Mpm. ... rToeeda
tired from The shook it rnde, and the rashes and .. : at II OJ ACIAO\tth'IN:, :: I',.
Hood's Sartaparllla. In April and 'I sailors; the gray morning mist made disease caused by a disordered s.0 :: ay, ,'n
)gayIw&.mffletedrwith > collisions are too frequent to a every Friday, ; May et p m :.. Tuesday, .. I:. :: rWednesday
; eryelpelaslnmytars present these look heavy and sodden, and alto- liver impure blood. Dyspepsia : R, at S'N) p m:: IRM11'UIS r
and eyes, y'hlchepreadtcmy throat and neck. chance to measure their foroe. Out after gether.this glimpse of Belle isle was Friday:I .. 10, at 3.10 p m, .('lIt.ltOK :E..Thl\no'l.y. :: It I todr'
the most stubborn .... AUJOMMIX. Pnmlay.Thurmlay. III
I there tried rtlWri ointment and alteratlres fnirn-hut all there it no evidence to show that the most desolate scene I had ever be Biliousness, Scrofulous Tuemlay, :: 1 11*, at at 3:oo no p p ra m .MCMISULF: : :., .... 71: :: :: a
wa no permanent HhaU'inont of the Skin Scalp and Friday I ,
the accidents are more serious or more bow the barren 20'at 3.ou m .11I0.I\'OIR. .. 201 5
Inx, torturing pain, perullnrto this rotnplalul. held. Over our coast of Monday, p ,,
.. AlooMjllX.HMIIMILK Thursday 311" ,
1 began,to take llood'i Harsaparllla and numerous in football than in other open Labrador was faintly outlined,and as the affections, even Consumption! (or Frl.1; IT, 7t' C''ata.OOI'm no : lIunhJune J. is .10 r
at S
Felt Marked Relief air sports, such as riding bicycling, last lighthouse on the continent dropped Lung-scrofula) in its earliest stages, Friday Tuesday i: ,II; : at 3.00: I"m p m...... IKOyUOIS.... Thursday, ,' it IJ

tutor*Vtkad: anl.b.d'1M art bottle. :,1 on- fencing and.boa ting.At astern 1 felt that we were indeed all are cured by it. -

tloned Improve until,...hen I had take.baHOOD'S m in All game in which emulation drawing away from civilization and It purifies and enriches the blood,

and the desire to win form the prinoi this feeling wa strengthened when, as rouses organ into healthful Philadelphia Charleston & Jacksonville Line
every ,
pal featnrei of the struggle, the chances we turned our prow northward, we action and restores strength and

of accident zist in football; but, Judging sighted the vanguard of the seemingly I In building both flesh For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMASSEE1' i* mtcndco

of it by the amount of success which endless procession of huge iceberg drift- vigor. up for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from Charleston lOt
Scrofulous Philadelphia
of sail from
Sarsaparilla and pale to
it has received in France we can simply Ing slowly down in single file from the strength puny and Close connection Is made at Charleston with .:ijd
say that .it is exciting, and by no mysterious regions of the north. children, or to invigorate Philadelphia, Sundays.
: terrible would brace the system! after" Grippe," Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida pointiAlsojrhiladclphia
CURES means so as tome people We bad met with single bergs along up
hare ns believe it to be. the Newfoundland coast, bnt off Labra pneumonia, fevers, and other prostrating and Interior points via Philadelphia.

bottles rat comploUly.curd:and felt that all Certainly it used to be dangerous. but dor they became a constant and unspeakably acute diseases! nothing can

sign ,mark and djrmplonn of that die ramplaint that was in the days when the rule grand feature in the seaward equal the "Discovery."
had fnrerrr vanuhert." Mm. E. 11:.
OTTAWA, JIUliboro, Wtwoniln. which governed it were not so firmly established view -doubt if they can be seen any. You pay only for the good you Johns River Line.
u they are today. In the time. where else except in arctic and antarctic St.

Hood's PHI. are prompt and efficient,yetaijiaaxiUon. of Edward ill of England, for example, waters 4n snob numbers, variety and get.
Bold bjr mil druggliU. aye/
in 1314, it was unlawful to play it in grandeur. The branch of the gulf stream
and Intermediate Points
-, the streets of:London on aooount of the which pushes its way into the Arctic For Sanford, Enterprise on

feOCIETIVe, ETC. frequent accidents which it oau ed. It. ocean has sufficient force left when it is the St. Johns River.The .
was also dangerous in Brittany, where reflected by the frozen northern boundary Living Coder 8 ow.,

Free and .it was played under the name of sonle. of that sea to send an icy current "I lived under snow for two months," Elegant Iron bide-Wheel Steamers

In fact, it wu then more of a fight than down along the Labrador coast Practically laid Tom Allen. "It was in 1868, in

a game. It was a dramatic and hot affair All the bergs that break loose what were then the wilds of Minnesotanear .Ac: :TYI OJP J-A-OISLSO3Sr 7-IXjIj33: ,"

Accepted Masons, in which.ihere were boxing, ttran- from the doe sheathed shores of Greenland Albert Lea. Four of ns had built
,gling and breaking of heads. It was a are borne southward by this cur a hut in order to hold a homestead IOO1 CAl'T. ,V. A. SHAW,

00 .game in which man could kill his enemy rent. One morning, when I went upon claim, and fortunately had laid in a I* appointedCMiall!: JackionrllleSundayTuewlajs and Fridge at 3.30:: p, m.'t.", *

Indian TltulIVlUe without neglecting Easter duty, deck I counted no less than 185 huge supply of provisions sufficient to last ,? M-M turning leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesday and Saturday at 9:00: a. in.
silver Fla provided be could do so apparently by one Some of these were great solid two or three months during the winter.

Lodge, Neat90 >chance. block of toe; others were arched with One night it commenced to snow, and sot'THIMIUNU. SCHEDULE i| NUItTIIoUtD Heart : ,
Fortunately aonle is no longer playedin numerous Gothic passageways; some large flakes fell constantly for two days Read down, up I

Hold of,each Ita tnentlng month,the at.U_,.nnel Court l anil hou fourth e,TlUi Friday ..- which our rural is now localities,played in, and France the it football nothIng Into reached the with air. spirelike All reflected grace with high prismatic up and blow nights.the snow Then continuing the wind, began and the to ; Leave" 3 g 300.M 30 p.a.p. m.m.m. :::::::::::::::::::::::::.Jarksonvllle,.,Palatka Astor. ...::::::::::::::::::::: :::: Leave Amv Simp 900p t.Jtn.1

vl lie.. at tt 41 p. m. '. 4 30: a. m. ..........................St. Franc....................... .... 130. B
J.MCXUHI., B. H. RAY, more'than the national English glory.the rays of the sun.-Guslar next morning we could not open the /I.3t1.. m ............ ... ....... llerenforU ................... .... .... n....
Bee.: W, M. toned down by the rales of English Kobbe in St. Nicholas.ON door. The window. were completely 11eaaArrive
;game schools introduced into France blockaded and could tell thatit 600 8-10 a.a. m.m. ::::::::::::::: :::::::..BhteStriage....fanford: ...::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: V0lll.ll' ,
we 928 a. m. ..........................Enterprlll8... ..............,... .... YJII..1Il
KNIGHTS i.rTIfIA8.A..IDole 'hy,Messrs. G.,de Saint-Glair and Saint. THE SCRAPBOOK PLAN. was daytime except by our watches.

I .." "",No.Jfl.hold, the It* meeting M. .Gaaffrny, the authors of a very Inter. EvajiffelM Moody Make. Cp HI Sermon We built a big fire and staid in the General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
the Court hoiine ant.fenrThursdaymum.Ing..d
each month,at o'olunk: p. m. estiug< pamphlet on the subject, dealing Fran All Sort of Material house, supposing that it would pass off M. H.CLYDE,A.T. M., F. M.IHONMOKOER,JR., Fla.1'am. Agt..
ft. lOmocB, *V. II, KARRI, with the progress of the game in France. Moody' method of sermon making is in a few hours, but the weather turned B Bowling preen Jnew York. 88 Wet Bay St.,JackwnvilleFla

C. U. K. of R. A: H.' This progress appears all the more rednarkable original, says McClnre' Magazine. In intensely cold. On the third day we THEO.O. EtuiER T. M., Jso. L.HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt.,

when consider the Dnmber'.of reality his sermons ore never made- tunneled out through the window, but Bowling Green,Sew York. Foot lloganSt.Jackmnvllle.rh.

UXIUAX RIVER GUARDS.l ithe enemies of the thing, including tbeyar. always still in the making. found it impossible to remove the drift A.J COLE, Genera'iranenper Agent, J. A., Superintendent

rUl .t the Araiorjr, over..,>IInl, )jail every those who don't londerstand it, those Suppose the subject is "Paul" He which completely covered the hut. The Bowling Green, New York. Foot Hogan St.," llIe.F1&
Tm.m4teyarenluf in the u..nth..t', I'CIoN'k.. who cannot .possibly play it and the takes of cold weather continued without a break D. D. C. MINK, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.!
A.T. t'X."TICKCal'taln.CIUJRClla. | a monstrous envelope, capable
ohauvins, for whom it la an insult to hundreds of for two months. The top of the snow became :JWM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agent,
holding some of slips paper 11 So. Delaware A*.,Philadelphia. 0 Bowline Green Mew York.
Attempt to introduce an English game label it .'Paul"and slowly stocksit hard enough to bear our weight,

il'to this country. with original netes, cuttings from and we would go out by the window,

Moreover, football arrived here on the papers, extracts from books, illustrations returning at night, but it was two
Xl'18CUrAL CHUItCH. heel*,of ,the heartrending statistics of months before the snow thawed sufficient
of all kind.
scrap nearly or re-
krtioM the lit and 3rd Sunday In each Its killed and wounded taken from an to uncover the hut.St.. Lout
month at U a. m.and 1:UK: 1'| m. Mundayirhnol motely: referring to the subject After Southern-
every eeoav*:, :e.i"Du: ; Kv;'service) at English sheet and in all appearance accumulating these, it,may be for years, Post-Dispatch.
I But
p. Ia. .R every quite authentic. in these figure
Friday.... m. he wade through the mass, selects a
The Tato For Putrid Game
RBV.,B. r.-Uwnrx: Rector. two indispensable were wanting number of the most striking points, arranges
-the total number the players them and finally make a few The reason for what might otherwisebe Thp1L

r8fcBYTEHUN CHURCH.Berrlo and the .precise localities where the accidents jotting. in a large hand, and these he condemned as a depraved taste among rRailway..

..v rr Sabbath,at II a m. andT.fip: -m.BabtwthMliuW ,occurred. In round numbers the carries with him to the platform. The English epicures is that in the last century
t :.aa. m, CbrLtian Kixlea-: of bailers I. the and the
army foot -count 100,000 men, nobility sqnirarchy
or iueetta.K at 6.90 p. in., prayer meetingWedneulay process of looking through the whole ABSOLUTELY THE
at J30 i.m. All are cordially. Invited: d and this d course reduces the proportion envelope is repeated each time the sermon were often greatly puzzled to know
to attend. lUv. W. T. VSULK Pastor. of accidents enumerated in the what to do with the1 game they shot

-- ,--- -- --, -- famous list. And, moreover these aooi isjpreached.Partly ou this account and partly be- They could not eat pheasants, partridges THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
MtTMOI)18T; CHURCH.Rervlne dents have occurred in and hares Had
the mining districts cause in delivery he forgets some points every day. they done so,
at Tltunvllle every tint.-on.1 and of the north, whose rough and others satiety or perhaps blood poisoning would COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS
or disproportionately amplifies ,
third rtaliliata 11 and T hnmUrminimi
*t a.m p. w*}
at l*.'....." a..every Sunday;KpwortnLeacu brutal popmlation ignoreithe distinction no two sermons are ever exactly the have resulted Even fat haunch of ven
at 1 p. m.**ery i Kumlajr| IT yor meeting: and courtesy ao necessary. lIOn and venison pasty cloy after awhile THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.
same. By this method also-a matter
I n'eVr even rfcer* oordlaDy inked. to attend ear aervire*. When played by well bred :young qf much more importance-the deliveryis They might make presents to their

a. W. LATCLER,.r-antor. men, football is not dangerous, and the always fresh to himself. Thus, to neighbors, but their neighbor were

proof of this assertion into be found in make this clearer, suppose that after a principally noblemen and squire with QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAM t>.

II.MWII't1tiraCJI. the five years of its existence on the thorough sifting 100 eligible points re- ample preserves. So the game was

Preaching every amCwroutl and fourth sun.days. programme of our athletic iclub and main in the envelope. Every: time the smuggled up to London and "swapped"for North wad :IDa.'I. North: woad
1'rayo Mertiege every Teea.lay wining: college game During -that. five years is these hundred fish and the fishmongers in the
at 7o'clock. Sang a.rmtr.emery rldmy.ventng sermon preached are
AI 7 o'c"'k." anntiy.tolwl emery Sunday<< at not one serloat accident has -happenedat overhauled. DUI no single sermon bya course of business sold it to rich merchants AU TRAINS DAILY. 'wet nee u.Ir. "i.a.r*: ALL TRAIN DAILY. o. u. 4'
10 a. w. AU are cor.K.IIlv Invited too at""od.IJ. a football contest in this country. and professional families with abv. *IL>
A. Umsi, ,...kII'. mere limitation of time, can contain, -
The figure referred >to above were say, more than 70. no preserves of their own. But during JaoknavUla, ..c.*!-: T 00 aat 40 pm Lv. JaefcKwrUU, lr.q.a P" 1:10 uI > = 10
well calculated to frighten Mhoolteach its sojourn in the squire' larder, its BaVIaaah 4*an ll> v' Brereu,, tt
CATHOLIC HURCH. Hence the scheme is
though general 11 Wan 10 M mttOaa At. kaeoo, t |U t
"BenrlftM 10 a. m.every Sunday, .. ball ower ers and parent, blat; now the fathers of the same, there I. always novelty in abode in the lumbering wagon which Columbia; Southern.., 1 10 AlUola. letKBT a
indian River State Hank Chllilrea'i cateoUHon our boys, hostile to the gdme at first. brought to the metropolis and its residence Ar... Charlotte "" _. ISO Bin TOO am (battw Jfltun / M
at I p. ... the arrangement, for the particular 70 Washington. 142 am I aoptn .. C.,,..,.. M**
RRV.I.r.4Vlturi.B.Rector. encourage them to play, and the professors vary with each time of delivery. No in the fishmonger' cellar It had : Baltimore, ) smn B.E..... I 06 am 11 :aftptnlOUam .
fhlladelphla, W 1ft At. Mralniham, Southern.St. 11011'5
favor it because become am
its chief characteristics
greater mistake could be made than to usually exceedingly "high New Yor, .:: 13 Mpo> 620 am Lo's1'' Cairo gh. r M..e ,..z..i.._
y, M. c... are discipline and,elf ..denialFigaro. that doe not and the gourmet classes in time became .
Imagine Mr. Moody study ... Ar. Munph ill, K. C.M. < B. 1000pm
AthtTllle, .,
Southern. ,
fond of 10 ... .
1 "
The regular Sunday afternooeprayer meeting for his sermons. On the contrary: : be is as high game as George was pm Yansu City 100 pm -
of the V. M.C. A. will be held every KumUj .always studying. When in the evangelistic of bad..oy.tera.All the Year Round.
afternoon at ':110 p. m., at the fretujrlertas The teed of the Weald. For full Information
church jntll further notk.e. field, the batch of envelope, apply to any Agent of this treat Railway
A dispatch from Taooma. Wash., Trimming Rlaeh Bilk.
bursting with fatness, the moment System, or its connection
appear .
that five have in Rich decoration
stays prophets appeared breakfast is over, and the stranger jet having mingled
Net Matlaaed. 'that who declare that the world It with them gold steel liked
city or
i are upon W. A. TURK, c.
who enters at almost any time of day, BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK
1 coming to an end In 1897. They have except at the hours of platform work black silk, although it must be confessed General *>.*.. Agent. Asst Oars p.... Af,BtWABHINOTON > Ats't Osn'l P.... *,,,"I,
iMued warning to the to beware that while the looks richer with
a people jet
C. aa.
will find him with his litter of notes, KNOXVILLe TCNN. ATLANTA,
I, of a false Christ, who will arrive the contrasting glitter still one i* less
either stuffing! himself or his portfolioswith
lyIt about that time. They are the Rev Mr. new points he ha picked likely to tire of the plain jet. Band imitating W. D. ALLEN
JeOeris. the Rev. Mr. Price II. C. Leu- up colored stones are set into coarse ,
I through the day. Isle search for these
? tore Baker and Mrs. all white lace and used for Florida
Henry CUff "point,"and especially for light upon vests, cuffs, Passenger Agent,
.eva lI.tII. They declare that nine- I collars or cape They come out most effectively 313
text. Bible idea or character is oeue1 Bay Street JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
tenth of the human I
race will perish against the black background.
miserably by war, plague, famine, peitilenoa Velvet black or of a bright color, i*, Oath,1Rfl6. __

earthquake and bail during the With the Aee*.t we the) Teter liked ,upon black silk, and Its use, a*

next five year Christ will come with Mr Meriwether of Memphis says: should the use of every decoration depends --
; hi bride, and aatan will be sealed up "We asked that the girl of our state upon the style of the woman who -- ---

in a bottle for 1,000yeara Heaven will be protected until they were 18 :years Is to wear the frock. The old idea thatan WE DELIVER ::

hang in joidair all that time. They old. the law extending that gracious elderly woman' gown must be severe ..... ... .,,,
have seen hell and it is 8,000 niiluaoroB protection up to the ripe age of 10. We and I am tempted to say ugly i* ". .

and long enough to hold all sinuor fought a desperate battle for six :years no longer held. Youth and beauty do

Myrtle McQraw-Say. Mr*. MoQulrk Due of the gentlemen Mr. JenVri and when the age wa finally raised to not require rich gown and magnificent A Piano

.we want our money back or a DOW book. wa formerly rector of a prominent 16 the women who bad stood the bruntof trimming to bring out their perfections or Organ

De beautiful maiden die In de last Episcopal cbnnoh in Philadelphia. and that long battle saw it proved beyondAll but when middle age ha comet __

chapter instead of gittlnk married and those who knew him in that city wilt peradventure that no 'Influence1 of .en there i* a right to claim all of the -AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD .ub; "

liTink happy ever after.-New York believe that the dispatch is mistaken so their had won the day, but the simple beautiful stuff and all of' the beautiful to approval after a trial In your own hou?STATION-. No i with complete outfit until ,you "
far he I.oonNew York Correspondent fact thai six of bitter that of money required
World. a year experience decorations so any Imperfection ; satisfied. -
thoroughly Our price are a* low u any house In the United State
had taught them the only weapon that figure or face may be hidden entirely, so reasonable anyone can purchase and for an Instrument
F1.mliUe'e'Mbdm pul ,,_ would kill and they used it They buried or at least KJ nearly entirely that it is The pay

From the beginning of hit acquaint A Clem 11_"'''_ the senate chamber and representative unnoticed.-Emma M. Hooper in La The Celebrated Renowned CONOVER.FISCHER. 0/I

anon with Franklin a mutual respect "There are some point about :your. ball under voters' petitions and die. Home Journal The Beautiful SCHUBERT. 1*i PIANOS.
writing that much cesttmble Shakepeare "
and a deep affection sprang op between came out victors. And K1NGSBURY.
them. The srlse Franklin taw al a ," laid the editor. The carnival season is the most high

glance what wanner of man Paul Jones "Do :you think so?"cried the delighted Stephen A. Douglas had a magnificent ly esteemed holiday in most Italian ocallon. Aeollon Farrrnd & Votey, CHICAGO COTTAGE

was and Jn one noble sentence described author who had brought bii i contribution bas voice that would have made his cities. In many respect it bear a resemblance ORGANS

him better than many volume 'For Captain Paul Jones ever lore? "Yea.II the editor continued, 10U which he bellowed forth "Fellow ,
'. Elliot Seawell employ almost. the same pouctostion citizens!" at the beginning of a speech
close IlicbtJpS. >Ioj/
to Century, mark "-Rockland Triton wa never equaled by any public speaker. Try SUCK-OMUtHT testes. Dyipcptla.. The ..ot V. 13. Ci.mplicll Oo..



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T A-Y tli: I

sippIaer'r. Tea..Olttllzie.. The 1--"1' ..... Omly Ule D.ttot*. .... .

1 "Do yon kuow," Aid the eheerfbT An instance of the great ttlisolvlr, PLANT SYSTEM. ;
& CO
Idiot, "that it lit. the eastest thlnfc ta pow rIIf sulphuric acid Is furnished I

the world to ten whether a man It going an accident'uich recently occurred I lu

.'A FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA + 4HTwleisle I out on a Journey or returning by. the comical factories at Mnlbons!
I ...
Alsace An was Mown In.: -> -- --- --
the way he carries his valise? operative op
Retail Dealers in
} and "I never thought of that," said the to the air and fell into trough tilled 1'

RIVER youngest boarder. VWhat it the differ- about" three feet deep with sulphur ?erfcct: : : ? 5cccrigor: : service.
INDIAN THE GIRL FOR HIM. ones?" acid the temperature of which wal

The cheerful idiot settled himself a found to be VI d >Rreet O. tail. hours art. 'Jxo.1ns.'
& e ai1y : :
Si OYSTERS, Raving rMd tho Rlrld Kiamlnatlon, IT. little firmer in his chair' and gloated a er the accident The death of the mi a
Told Her of I
film Greet Ambltlo.
moment before answering' was only proved by the discovery of hcaoutchouc '

GAME "Mlii Mildred," laid the young man "It is Just this way," he went on. : rerpirator' rnuxxle, two pooelain Unexcelled Pullman -
Equipment. *
"yon are a tangible girl, and I know "When a maD is going away, be carries buttons and otbes insoluble are i

otels and Dealers Supplied. yon won't mind my speaking to yon bit valise toward the railroad station, ticlen. Everything else had chemical

frankly about a matter of the fint 1m I and when he it coming back he carries combined with the acid.-London Eiigneor .
Palm Beach Fla
mca HOUSE: West portanoe. 1 hare aa yon know a great .
. it in the other directIon.Indlanapoll. ____________
.gIp. and absorbing ambition, and yon will Journal Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. ft
..- re.dil1undel'ltand, I am nre how TlUl I Oentr w,.... I I

Professional Cards. It is on the threshold of my career Fla-.. Oscar Wilde it a. walking epigram 2 "& "1 "& to Montgomery /

to unite myself with one who will not factory. When an Idea comet into hl.1 .

; ROBBI!". WAtTimS.OlABUMOBBIX3 fall me afterward. Our tastes mast not bead that seems available at a diagul I. w. 11 u( to Tifton !
OtOI a GRAHAM only be compatible* but In physical for truth he writes it down at once 1&

A health, a subject but too often neglected doesn't matter whether be Is at A .t.11. J

there most be no barrier to my ultimate dinner party or in conversation at These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers -
tnooeM. Yon are, I believe, S3 clob. Ills pad and pencil are a1walll; f

slI. ,?I ilov??!-From p10mto 12 a. m.,. years of age?" I with him and the pockets of hit cloth. to New York, Washington Philadelphia,
I. and 2 to 4 "I am," she replied ., r.r are never free from tlips of paper oon-

TrrcsviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida. "No physical disability of any sort + taming startling paradoxes clothed !tn Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati, ,!

0.Ikx, 108. on your parents' or grandparents' part crisp language.-Mew York World.

,Ill practice In all the court*-.atate and fed nothing hereditary, no consumption, Walk. St. Louis, Mobile, New Orleans, Atlanta, and

;a eel.I haallltiee for examining and perfect insanity, alcoholism, suicidal mania?" Tame

of land tltlea. Loan. "Nothing of the sort,"she murmured. Johnny-Papa, where do tramps gall Chattanooga. x xTh'
) "Have yon ever been troubled with their money to make European trip l

-- rneumatism, inflammatory or other Papa-Who said tramps made European -

W. MORTON wise, mental failings! such as aberrations trips?
GEORGE 1 know of but r
hallucinations, melancholia 01 Johnny-Nobody

NOTARY PUBLIC hyperamia, cerebral or otherwise, 01 Foreman-Jim fell down with this there's so much in the papers about I

iarwoiwl," .' Canaveral, '. Florida attacks of vertigo, dots on the eye, no form of type and mashed it What tramp stcauurs that I thought they 1did.Roxbury
tour fits, measles, smallpox, contagions diseases must I do? (Mass! ) Gazette r

fimtrejanclng carefully executed. of any sort, heart or lung trouble?" Editor-Run it in as a Chinese telegram. .
The "candles" of the Romans oosiitod
DHHS!. mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., "Nothing," she said. .-Chicago Record +e I Ii
of made of
let a
a string rags cteT
blanks on hand. "Then, my own darling he exclaimed
small vessel of rancid fat
Treated M a foreigner.
drawing her yielding form rapidly
to his breast, you are mine, henceforth Talk about local conceit! The most I

I\ fl.s'OK S. JONES, to walk with me In all the glad stupendous example on record was

1 sunshine of life, to be bound by the shown last Tuesday by a reporter on a l i I Ii

VTTORXEY-AT-LAW. strongest ties of intellectual comradeship Boston daily. i
Gas Co.
The Globe Philadelphl
work interviewing Engine ,
'sVlLLE BREVARD CO. FLA and anon to share with me the The reporter's special
fruit of my labor in the field I have Whenever any well known '

1 County Judge of Brevard County I chosen. Yes, my treasure," he sale person from abroad started for our 1,1,

proudly as he gazed fondly into the shores, he was Invariably sent down the e .

face of the girl who had so successful! harbor loaded with questions on the
D L (Ul:LDEX, J. T. 8ANOEIUI.lIiutarr. r
passed the searching examination imposed foreigner's impressions of our marvel

AULDEN &: SANDERS upon her, "if my long years of ous country.

G study are not in vain and I succeed ii Well on Tuesday morning he was The) IN'N' Port Tampa) open all t the year.
eminent westerner ,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, perfecting my exercising machine for assigned to Interview an

Will: ereetie.Ina11 I the Courts of the Stab I woman I shall place you on exhibition recently arrived.
of Hurl: :la,and the United States CuuruP In all of the principal cities of the The reporter's knock at the stranger's ---- - -

.0.Box,235. TITI'SVlLLE, FLA. world. "-New York World. door was answred by a cheerful "Comein.
Money to Loan. 1J ." 11
The Plant Line.
Who fib. W_ "I called to apologize for our weath. Steamship

theii the man of the press He
TOME REYNOLDS Two ladies ere ushered into er, began
J.J seats in the parquet of a local thsatoi marveled at hit own impromptu clever .

ATTORNEY-ATLAW.Hutchinson last night and Immediately commenced ness :\ rEMI[ luxuiioiiM f*; l oniiiMliip :J"'*(; I'" 1'e

an animated conversation A short time The westerner smiled. "Don't be !all hore-...<>r. marine weight THi-llie: ?. elm| ..
Avenue before the curtain went up a gentleman I disturbed," he said. "To be sure, out rviiilriMl :a2M:,.. in he Nuutlttrru: "Will ore*,

took a vacant seat in the row in from in Iowa" ]Manufacturer the mint I..rte..t. Itollul. ,
of them. "Yon are from Iowa?" the reporter and Kiiiimnilial: Motor for launches anilai I... week between Port Tampa \\t
Titustille\ Florida In the market KHKV: to marl,run'until*to|>|.' Elegant Ships every ,
The ladies were candid in their criti Interrupted."Yes. with very llttta attention; aim* hiillilrralannrhra ul 2 Havana. -
West and ---
and mntora1U.VJ Key
complete stationary
oisms upon tae actors, but the actressei

HOWELL TITUS, were remarks terribly were causing picked to great pieces.annoyance These "Indeed?"-Boston! And BudgetShe how do yon like America ,Hole Agent! for llntvard. W and. JHtOMK
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Catalogue! and |>rli. n on ai">|>llcatlonW.L.DOUGLAS.
to the occupants of the adjacent seats,,,
Stood Flan Ii. W. WRKXV, Passenger Traffic Manager,
the referred to -
Practice In State and Federal courts Lam especially to gentleman --- ---
:ltle, a apeclalty. Attorney Joe Board of In the third act an actress performed In an Oregon court recently a ogee l'iavannah' (lit.

County: Commissioners,and County SolicItor.. a specialty During its progress the re came up in which a husband sued to

',O Bin 84. TITUSVILLE, FLA marks of the two ladies became a poet regain possession of real estate which
the nuisance. In a moment of generosity, he had deeded $3 SI-IOawns'rc A arST.KINft.

"How she is painted," said one to his wife. The following dialoguetook

R FREEMAN HALL, "That hair is not natural," said the place between the plaintiff's lawyer sD M1NCN CORDOVAN AINAMCUU CALF.; The florida Central & peninsular Railroad

5 other. "I wonder she is not ashamed t< and the defendant, a lady of Irish 4.13.\0 FINI:twtlGetl(

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, wear such short dresses,returned th< birth: $3.V POLICE,3sourcraA .

Tin*ILLE, FLOKIDA first Further remarks Were out short, "Yon admit that your husband requested I lAtici lie\M-OH I'lorMu 111111 nil Northern Point.
r IaMiH9
for the gentleman in front could endure and even implored] you, to exe- ., .
Agency for Fire and Accident Incur
nee in the best and strongest com it no longer, and turning to one of the cute a deed in his favor '..2.$1.7!BOys'SCHDOl5HOEl Everett Savannah Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington Bal
anies.. ladies said, "Madam, the lady In qUell "Yis, sor, he did an shwore at me LAJJUs,
lion is my wife.Cincinnati Tribune too.' .3.'Z'J.l.fl'N'Ol! timore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
"And ;you refused point blank to do .

8istA\iB BAY, DADE COU T\. Hard and BlM r Wllla. so?" .r.;: S ll\ t.p1 a. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, t Chattanooga, ViUihvllle, Ioiiliivillt I Cincinnati,

W EWAN It was remarked by a water long ago "Yis, soy, I did. I tould him a dadIn BKOCKTCUlMAaa.Over and Chicago.
J. U., S. COMMISSIONER that "tbere is no revenge hard and me hand is wort'two in me husband' On. Million People wear the Everett, Birmingham{ Holly!! Spilng*,, Mrmplila, Llttlo Rock, Kansas City, St.Nouls 1

bitter as that of an old man," and it is pocket But I offered to make a w111! W. L. DOUglas $3 & $4 Shoe Chicago, !SIoux (.'Ity.

Notary Public State at Large. one of the astonishing perversities of in favor of him an he wouldn't have llHe All our shoes are equally Mtlsf actor Hirer Junction, Pvimnrola Mobile, New Oiloana, Ten, Mexico! California'

Lands Selected; Conveyances made natures that the longer they live tould me he'd sue me for a dade." They five the beet valve for the '. and the Pacllio Coast EIeelituAprL'Islr ISi).'\.
many In and fit.
I'orrespondence solicited. Addre s: the harder they bug their possessions. "And yon allowed him to do so?". They Their equal wearing custom qualltle ihoee. ar. unaurpeiacd.styli New tork llmllrtl and New l'.rk Full

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, The most disinterested affection is passed "Yis, 8Or, I did. I says to him, ''Johr The price ar* unllorm, .-tamp d on aol.. ?a,, u" Mrw.e M..III...a.e. ,l.i.kiM.nnll. Tim a. m. anil 6.'"tVin
Kwan's prom ll to Sj waved over other make*. ,.,dally, with llinniKh I'nllnian Hlraiwn for
Office Landing over, the most faithful and most valuable me darlint, sue away but ye'll find 1&1 II your dealer cannot supply you we can. told 1 bJ New.w :; t Havanimh;:olu.i.lila, HanhliiKtnn! Italtl -
services are slightly and grudgingly a case where ye'll have to take the will ", "re, riillKilvl, ).lila. Sew link Itnntmi and allKantern
"_ GEO. B. RUMPH : |MIIIH| Arde.Jark"mvlllsletUao. : ,.
rewarded. This mental and moral for the dade. Youth'sCompanion.Carrylof he "'tl sot, '.:JO p, in
GEORGE W. ALLEY, disease notably afflicts the richest. The Florid .,rw a t'omparwwutt'arsl.etwesn$1.Augrrallneand'woo. !
Cotda to Noweaatlo. Tltusvllle, N... \"I'll. Ulnlugears t.- ..111 from aahliiK.
Marquis d'Aligre was a singular exam e we..,, Gm.
A ATTORNEY -LAW, pIe. His will was concocted with a special An English lady set out for German, .re .. i

desire to disappoint and insult his on a visit to some of her relatives. She a- ... Only I Ino Through tho IUnntiri.1 Hill
iey; West, Florida and servants. To the took with her a handsome present, cot JL"/ I' ."Irvof Mlilillti l-li>rliU. l>n.,, I, Bra4einlilit '
relatives, friends : :, ,,.
: Hay, lave Jai fca n lllv 8C a. U
Will practice In the United Statei I first it said: "As for yon, my relatives listing of a silver urn, by war of shoving ii-; s e s s 0 lor IJtke. I:Itv, lJve Itak. Maillwiii.] Monlli-el. ".
: Junction, ola. Motile,
long spelling upon her dear continental friends a spec e e f Tallahaanee, Itlvrr I enaai
nd State Courts. 9junOiHR ) I who have so artistic skill When the ,0 w. tt ittP \.w (ales,..said the wiiuhweat, Meslm. all-
this fortune on which 'I bad concentrated men of British .,. ,' 1 ; f.rnl.andth.l'sriSo I C't. Carries Hlwra.|
all my affections,' yon are not goingto present was unpacked and carefully e]: .0' /, ,,, ?w ArriveJeknnvel.stsla.u.' .

B. L WILLS, touch a penny of it, and not one of amlned, there was found stamped in I "a. r'- I ave*.iw'kwnvitl.SMam.farStark. : ,lIaw.
J boast that have corner the following legend: "Made III : tl In"n'eMllvNringieakallaue.eills'wlar' .
will be able to yon Poor ii ;
yon which the old Germany.Unsere Gesellschaft "" key: HllilwiMMl:: Ij-eatnirKi, : Tatarm, :AMII, ,ka.iirlanilu .
squandered the millions u. IMI *H....... I hula 4 |Icy, I'lanl City,
PHYSICIAX A: SURGEON, Marquis d'Aligre bad taken so many \ r+ i Tain|>.. Arrive Jw'ka.'nvllle 4 uu|i. ro.ClmInnatlanil .
The MwenUr Woeatw. L 7 v
'"TUVILLE FLORIDA, years to board up." J \l s a .. Jack
of James I's "Avaunt the cried. t ,A f, Klorlila llmltxl. Lea
Sir Robert Bevil. one Health N S 110 0 0 aunvllieb.elp.m. Hiillil teatluule Train Time
OFFICB Ilutchinson Avenue, nea r officials, did not even spare his wife. With an imperious gesture the wave C y t' a little,.v r 23 hiiur to ('lixilnnatl. via Mara,
the Indian River hoteL in him back. .i Atlanta. I''liattaniHla. onnwta fur Kaahvllle.
"I give unto my wife hence shillings tiq 'A"I,.II""'. Ihliaitit. and all 1".lnta north aulr14N
she took her tonnes part againstme "Av.untl"Stili than Te 'I ....t. Arrive Jaikaunville le:Joa. in.Iliilly .
respect and did anymate and comfort him holding him by the collar, .hl means so much more ymat iti ''4' .

JOHN ASPIXWALL, afterwards These will not be forgotten. waved him over her bead a few tim you imagine-serious and rtsaaau. Kiirlnici Runt M.iruh, Kanaaa (.My.f .
D" 1 j viaMaiMMi
who and then threw him into the front bal _a!. ,w hli ano, Lws kaonville eMr p m.
Earl of Stafford result from
And the cnltni fatal diseases s Atlanta, HlruilnKUam. llully fprlnga,
the daughter of the Duo de She hadn't studied physical 'hli Bloui City, Through ales sees withoutrItanK
married Hi hauls I 'air
lil. Kaiiaw lily
ailments ltrcted. rlnicfl
REAL ESTATE A: INSURANCE. Grammont wrote: "To the wont of for nothing by a Jugful-Detroit Till trifling negl Mriiiilila.* U> rti Kanaaa> ;Ity: and *t. Leek,and only OM fbann tu Cbltauo and Bluu Illy Arrive

women, Claude Charlotte deOrammont, nne. ___________ Don't play with Nature's J UtiKo'p; .I:M. I5e.i': i ?>rTallahaaiieanillntcriiieilatii' | lnu. Am..Ja<.k.mr111.4do, p. ... .
EAr unfortunately my wife, guilty a. she is .. gift-health. I. :t.* P. M.Yor Tampa anil 'tnlernimllate | |*ullaian ._,*,.. Arrive JiwkaiinvllleSJOa m.r
GALLIE, FLORIDA five and forty Wo* J'u 0. she War. greatest r :t.<> IUn.l'' "..lll..,1""Dlourl ami Aalwvlllo, 10...Jatkauuvlll dally at ':4U p. 01.. with
of all crimes I leave Teacher in Female College (to pupil' I. TIt"'lh Mlsepen.YorNsasa .
which will boy a pullet IlyaaeIssuew1 AUai.U.twoTrelneI _..Jarka. ,..,vllle rln.m..nd.e4p.m.: Pnllpumto
brass halfpence, How kinds of poetry are then et sans w..t r remain 'In their Iwnha anttl IGII: a. m.
P many ... n.I"1I the Holly Mpringa.Inry en eau
f RUE ELY A better gift than I'-"P" .
LA for her tupper. "' Pupil-There are three. .g roa.t....? Pullman Hle..|..ra uo all Night Train..
her father can make ner. -Westminster B \ : IISad. ''.
REAL ESTATE, FIRE LIFE AND Teacher-Which are they ra I" n.T ao .we'worh fr Mead for Bat ItwUieil Township Map of riurl'la V. '

ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Review. Pupil-Lyric, dramatic and- hegiR at eaeaki.g ? N. he. PENNINOTOX' A. O. ) DON ELL,
Well and lee moat rsia.
Teacher ,
Notary Public for the Bute at Large.Tijll A UJy That Worked. And epidemic .. hN p I eU Traffic Manager. General Passenger Ag't. y
Pupil (eagerly)'- po 1
1. : tnformatioB. aa to Government and State "Why do yon call me a lily?" asked etry._Hnmoristiscbe Blatter. / n ......... less sit.tars. ;.'
A few be -<
MELBOCB'(E, FLA. the pretty soubrette. ties taroka.Ctvery -- --
'She toils not, neither does she How tho Wd the from iS..rr'f .
'" the enamored youth B.ltters flea du.-/f
spin, quoted Triwet-Miss Flop claims to bav Wes,
John Toil, I believe, meant to work. made a thousand refusals of marriage. wrrA, .a 4 .
B, Stetson University, murmured the maiden.Then Dicer-That's easily\ explained. ache pleawt to tAka. ,
she worked him for a pair of .
asked her bin
Callow to.marry
DeLanil Florida. aud did a pirouette young It Cures .
diamond earrings she replied. "No; a thousand time no.'''
to show she was no lily.-Lot Angeles London Tii-Bits Liver MACHINE

a':>. ;winy.Iwth la-'h; ;
Inatltuthm of Ural rank Foonltyof when translated IntoEnglish The West Indies were to called by C< J

",'' I 0> by-stem. lUhuit Seven by elegant electricity buiktiBiu Hot, Pernamhnoo means the "mouth of belL1 lumber, be believing them to be a poi Constipation, Bad Blood ailments ,' Patented In the United Mate, Tract Britain and Canada.

,.1''I water I batCa; Thorouichly eq"I""d| the surf lion of the Indies which he had rescue Malaria Nervoiu
",,.... Department ol 1'11.I'al Culture.Military The allusion ie to tempestuous Women' compUInU. United States.
Boat Builders in the
toward the west
.. \ In-Ill fur yuunc luea Uurary oflunwe that continually renders the neighbor'hood by tailing Get ealy lbs alee-h be rroaaed r4 In Use by some of the Principal
all kdiKl
'u..,. KwuUoK uses, wok dangerous to the tailor. line oa Ik*wrapper. All other ar.sat' '
\l > la and iwion'khly that fatal fall fro --
Authorities a :
w.11lytarrfal why say wnatc LHi Iwo at.stamp* w*
'': floe.ouuli M.prK.hu1k1/q| fur Mttato Py =1 The Greeks, when traveling wore a great height is absolutely palnles will send set .T-.ot Beautiful,. Wwld'S '' TITUbVILLE, FLOKIDA, t
\ "laws sad book-lr
luwU, with ar eta eeUliHeheil rv!ta.Charge. felt in lum.mer'of The mind acts very rapidly for a time Fair '
of cloth or ; .
wend tom HeMMlwr bata tu winter BROWN CNIMICAI.CO._ BALTIMOC._ ,try .. q r I
*II. l.eeM tot caiekigx. ajSaV ft* MerJi plaited straw with broad.brh ." then.naoanscionsnesi-ensue--- ...... -.... -.- -..- ....- -.... -,.A If A -, _, a'

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minder that the lour-exchanges- as to the exact date when JAM. PBITCHABft, PW sidde tioWG lileRaarr, ViCt.President;
-+ UDI1J BITER ADVOCATE. lynching is not confined practically exempt from frost .
to the south, but to call at northwest wind which brings the I the Legislature will adjourn. According

tention to the very unenviable reputation freezes, whenever we get one, must, to the constitution of Florida, the INDIAN RIVER STATE
LwaILYJeeaaALDVMtDTO,. mi OBTlt Governor Atgeld, of Illinois cross Indian and Banana rivers be Legislature "m y remain In regular BAN
or Tns INDIAN al\'aa 1 AJlD
o.-It" We do Dot
tan wotra IECTIOHI. has obtained for himself. fore reaching the peninsular referred session for sixty days.
The mob was composed of an Immense to, and it is very seldom know whether Sundays are counted. If (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida}

crowd, among whom were I that the people of that neighbor they are, of course, It makes quite i a Authorized capital, $100

Ell tor.................... WA LTxa a. Oa191Y.A.soolWadltordt many of the best citizens of Vermillion hood suffer from frost. Even due difference. The session began on April Paid up capital '
IlL Book, 2nd and If It extends sixty days including $35
)( ,Cm H.WALTOH ,county, Judge ing the past winter,.with Its phen
sager waiter, of the circuit court, who, omlnal freezes, the orange groves I, Sundays, then It will expire on the Average deposits, $3oo/:)(

enjoys the respect of everybodywho of Mr. Hogan, at Artesia, and of date of this Issue of the ADVOCATK; but

Office: Washington Avenue, Tlttisvllle\ knows him, made an earnest t Messrs. Burns, Penny and Quarter If It Is to remain In session sixty full Transacts a General

Indian( lllvcr, Florida. appeal In behalf of law and order,I man, near Canaveral postofflce,I working days then, allowing for the ten Banlii

and urged his hearers not to disgrace were injured but slightly, and Sundays which occur during the session, Business,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. their county by its first while we have not inspected them It wl'l' be prolonged until!June 10th-on

L.. lynching, and assured them that personally, we are assured by reputable week from next Monday. In all probability Largest and Odest! Bank on tie I.s i.
the prisoners would be given a friends that the groves men.tloned a deflnato date will be fixed for

A Cbeck Walton,etc,",fiililloliert may M made and payable proprietors.Rnbucrlpllon. to"Graham. speedy trial and the proper penalty will bear a good crop of oranges adjournment before this article appearsIn = lJIRECTORJ.u.rRI1''RAR".W.J1nAH'
be inflicted. One of the most prominent next winter. print. Some of our readers are of
.. men in the county, who was There Is plenty of good vegetableland the opinion that there should only be a of IJURKEII the National: (VlceJ're.hlenllunar ItnnkofJaeke.mllh hum j

Twetre month M .ftJMBIX 1.00 among the leaders of the mob, replied in the Banana River section, one session In five years, and that It flaOWN.Tacksonrllle). W. S. GUN'II ud w.

Three M ; "Yes, we know the court and we are satisfied that, as a rule, should only last five days; the ADVoCATE A CORRE8PO\IF'.

Single. copy, Jl will do its duty, but Governor At. the people in the Canaveral neigh will not be HO severe as to agree with National SeaboardNatlonslBank Bank of Jack >\ \."York \
Strictly In adtanee.Ta geld will pardon them. lIe recent borhood are not more liable to frost that view. There have been legislator '
afooTe rates Include the payment of poet ly pardoned three rapists from an than those along Lake Worth. -as hinted by the Hon. John L. Craw. 'I tTSVII-"LE: I L..A..
__ ____ ___ ______ ___
am by us. flulHwrlptluni can commence anytime who had been which __ __ H _
during the year.1Ns.nntlnnanre adjoining county, Some of the land owners near Can. ford, secretary of state- might
sentenced to twenty years. If any averal claim that they are not more just as well have never convened for aU

of sdvt. 1011101) mule peronally other man than Governor Atgeld liable to injury from frost than the benefit they were to the state; but It
at this office or by "'ntlngMK was governor we would not lynch those who live on Biscayne Bay. must be admitted that the present Legislature THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

these men, but we do not proposeto We cannot go so far as'to endorse unless It makes some bad break ,
Mil Kit* OP
TilE ,FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, give him a chance to turn these this statement. At the present during the remainder of Its term, Is a Made for Sandy Soil, Hating 3 inch Tread.

AFFILIATED WITH Till!: men loose;" and without further moment guavas are in fruit on Biscayne great Improvement upon Its piedecesors. -

National Editorial Aitoriation.A ado the mob proceeded with its Bay, and we do not believe .
business. that such is the case anywhere in WOMEN AS FREE DEALERS

This incident may result in Brevard county ; but it is an tin- entitledan
<1<1re all communication to the rroprleto. House bill Xo. 407, a bill\ to be
.*, causing Governor Atgeld to be lessgenerous disputable fact that the Banana act to authorize a married woman
in exercising his powerof River country is far less subject to
.GEAHAMA WALTON who is a free dealer to conveyor
: pardon ; if not, then the Legis frost than almost any other part of mortgage her real estate, has been Introduced -
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, lature of Illinois ought to tie his. Brevard county. and advanced to third reading.It .

TiTtiviLtE: FLOamA.f hands. The abuse of the pardon. The question arises, if the Banana ought to be passed. A woman who

-- -- ..-- --- -- ing power by a governor comes River section possesses so Is a free dealer Is not free unless she can
nearer justifying lynch law than many advantages, why have so few mortgage her real estate. We : ,: .
conveyor '' '
IT Ie claimed in one of the New anything else we have beard advocated people settled in that locality ? know of several cases where married : 'jl: ,
York paper that the Standard (,H as a defence for that method This is easily answered. Transportation dealer
i women obtained licenses as free FOR SALE BY -
company made over fifty million of. punishment, and but for the facilities in that section
enable themto
at considerable to
dollars in a few weeks recently, by course of Governor Atgeld, who it have been extremely unsatisfac handle their own expense real estate, but the EDWARD STc.XNG: :: ,
advancing oil a few cents a gallon. will be remembered pardoned some The first settler
tory. thing a new best lawyers told them that, while some The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer
ltIr.;Flagler is, of course, a heavy of the Chicago anarchists, is responsible asks about is the matter of ship of their disabilities were removed and OOOCXA., Indian: : Rivor, FLonID
stockholder in the Standard Oil for the first lynching that ping, and if it is not satisfactory,
company, and he will get a con has ever occurred in VermillIon then all other advantages, such as Continued on Slh( page.

slderable share of the fifty million, county, Illinois. climate, exemption from frost,

if the above report ia true. This quality and price of land, etc., To the People of Itanaiia River ASPHALT ROOF I PAINT
will nicely counterbalance what count for nothing. We think the Section.
he looses in Florida in the way of THE HARBOR AT CANAVERALMajor Banana River section will soon

freight business, as a result of the have proper shipping facilities; itis Come and get our prices for groceries Ground in Pure
freezes of last winter, and if he llandbury, United States almost certain that a steamer before purchasing elsewhere. We can Oil l Red Brown andand Agents Wanted.
has made several millions out of engineer, stationed at St. Angus will run from Eau Gallic as far save you five per cent. : Writ 1 for Sample
\1i, E. J. BURn &: Co. .
oil, he may decide to spend his tine, having made an adverse report north as Canaveral postofflce, de. : highestGrade

money ,more freely than otherwise in regard to the project for ivering and receiving freight along Black Prices,
Plants For Sale. (
and build another palace hotel or building a breakwater and national Banana River, in the very near 1'lncapple Asphaltum. Catalogue, Et

two, and possibly another hundred harbor of refuge at Canaveral, the future;" aside from this, there is a

miles of railroad. Who knows ? advocates of that scheme were, of probability that a railroad will be Abakka A limited, Golden number Queens of Smooth and Cayenne Envll! FOE PAINTING: :

course, temporarily discouraged. built from Titusville to the harborat City pineapple plants at reasonable rates.
We have sufficiently recovered, Canaveral, with a branch down J. &: F. M. TV i.EH, TIN IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Rai
BONDING FOR GOOD ROADS.The however, to assume the sour-grape- the peninsular as far south as a Fort Pierce Pinery ,

attitude, and have reasoned ourselves point opposite Eau Gallic, or per. road Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
into the belief that the Slips and Suckers. ,
Key West Advertiser is Jubilant !. haps as far as Indian River inlet. Pineapple

over ithe passage of a special breakwater and harbor of refugeare The Banana River country is well for prices-on aWrite s. 1. Cayenne, Iron Work of every Kind

act by the Legislature, which enables not so badly needed, after all. worthy careful consideration at the Abbaka, Jamaica Ripley and Queen slip
Monroe county to issue five If a railroad is built to Canaveral hands of prospective homeseekers. and suckers to Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Read

hundred thousand dollars worth of and a substantial pier con. E. C. B. TYNDALL, Roofing, and all kinds of
structed, the harbor will be just as I Waveland, Fla.
bonds for building a county road. DOINGS OP Till LEGISLA-
We cannot kelp but feel that the safe ; in fact, far more so than oofing: Supplies, FKOM <--
of Turtle harlor, off Key Largo, or TURE. For !Kent a Brick Store.
project building a roadway from The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,
anything else on the Atlantic coast
Key West aver and upon the chainof between FernandIna and Key West. Much of the time of the Legislature Do you need a good brick store, In an Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
far north
keys as as Key Largo, excellent position In town and away
is an impracticable undertaking, Of course, we would like Uncle since our last Issue has been taken upby from wooden buildings If so, call on 3200 to wiiiiaiusburgAte.., Richmond, Va.Merchant's ,

but on the other hand, we must ad. Sam to take a band in building up special legislation affecting Jackson Robbins &: Graham or C. H. Walton,
mire the energy and public spirit Canaveral, but at the same! timewe ville. A very heavy fight was made between ADVOCATE office, Titusville, Fla.
can truly that the projectfor the two faction on the Jackson-
of the people of Key West, for say
tile election bill and of Lands for Sale Cheap.
practically, Key West embraces opening a port at Canaveralcan matters general
be brought to a successful interest to the state had to wait. It Is
fully nine tenths of the population
to be that 80 acres on Banana river; 40 on penlnsula '
of Monroe termination without the aid of the regretted general legislation 'MetalSpanish"'
$ county.In U. $. and if should be clogged by special legislation at the Narrows; 40 at Woodley on
government, we can
Brevard county our people the ridge; 5 at Sebastian, river front; 40(
hesitate to Issue one hundred and "keep everlastingly at it," with the from one city, owing to the bitterness at Sebastian on railway. Henry Benson, TILES. 4-
fifty thousand dollars worth of co-operation of the people, we will existing between the rival political factions Sebastian, Fla. -*
steamers of our metropolis, and yet they are dl.HMSlzee !
bonds to build a road, which is an yet see ocean dischargingtheir v We have three
admitted and which is cargoes at Canaveral, and we all honorable men and swear that theyare For Sale.A for Straight Surf**"
t entirely practicable,, while Monroe will have a city of which Brevard every mother's son of them good .+. Vl As,. t well 7x10 M,a 10z14.Special* Cralnatod H':*

county is willing to bond itself for county may well be proud. If our democrats. pineapple plantation of twenty T TILE for ..onnSurfacei.
three times the people had as much enterprise as Senator Morrow has been hard at workon acres, on Indian River; dwelling and .
amount required by .
several of Interest his packing: houses; two acres under Irrlgation
those of Key West they would go measures to
Drevard .
for of
vegetables. Enquire
ahead and constituents the U also true of .. ., The most Ornamental
be said that Monroe open up the harbor ; same CHAS. II. IIowLA\n, -' ...
may thoroughly
county, which embraces Key West, themselves. Dade.Mr. Sanders, of Brevard, and Sewall, of Waveland, Fla. : .......; I""'" Roof made stormproof.The"STAR" and .

the largest the state, accord
x ing to the United States census, BISCAYNE BAY COUNTRY vs. The bill providing for payment of Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck- Ventilator "ALASKA"
has roll ten times State witnesses at the preliminary hearing Oalvanlaed Iron, W. goarall-
an assessment as era For Sale.
BANANA RIVER SECTION. in the case of State of Florida vs. M. Copper or Brass. : our I to
great as UrevarU eounty, but this --Jo... : MERCHANT'S
C. Hardee, ha been passed and has !
is not true for to the I Abeolutely the hest orns
a according "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas.1 be made by the
The ttiAwell probably been signed by the meow Durable '"
comptroller. report the aggregate readers nf ___'_rr era -governor. Apply to MAUDOCK &: MATTHAMS, Storm. Palm 011 ROOFING.
I value of real estate assessed In aware that we have a high Senate bill 205, a bill to be entitled an The Palm Beach Pinery, YrauL Prccen

Brevard county ... one million, opinion of the Biscayne Bay coun act to Incorporate the Titusville, Canaveral West Palm Beach, Fla. I Prevent down draught (lneorporsted.lMERCHANT

eight hundred and G! y.four thousand try. We are satisfied it deserves *: Peninsular Railroad company, & CO. Pa.
517 Arch St. Philadelphia
dollars, while that of Monroe whatever we may have said aboutit and to grant certain lands to aid In the For Sale or Charter. ,

.county is two million OiIIe hundred in our descriptive articles. Someof construction of the same, which we
.and thousand dollar our readers on Indian River, noted as having passed the Senate In our Sharpie yacht, "Nancy," 37 feet long, ---.----
seventy-two ., however, seem to feel that we have last issue, has been passed by the house. 0 feet beam, cabin, 7xJO feet; water ErtablUhed 1885. CO.
.or about three hundred thousand &
only closet, kitchen, gasoline stove for sale JAS Y BOFILL ,
not given prominence to the This is the bill Howell Titus, Esq., of
dollars greater than Urevard, proper or charter by week or month at low L. BARBOT &
or about fifteen per cent more than beauties. and attractions. of our Titusville, was Instrumental In having rates CO. Fruit and Produce
'Brevard. The aggregate value of own section We can only say, in Introduced, and it Is presumed he was 16..1 P. J. XBVISS, Merritt, Fla. General ,,

,personal property in Brerardcoun answer to this, that the Indian Imployed by certain capitalist who It is Commission. Commission Merchants

ty for 1895\) including the railroad River is well known, and its ad. clalmedare| prepared to begin early con. Lotus to Oceanus. .
have been written and tructlon of railroad from Titusville 8 P. O. Boa 1039. ----
vantages a to -
will be in rewritten ""'
Assessment, as great a. kl .s fi "
Monroe and the world was pretty the harbor at Cape Canaveral, with a I On and after May 18th Ramsay Bros. 4 f1" c R .8 !3 o .cI S. W MO.I REFERENCESlUneinen Smith,Corde& Co., Chlcmgo* Lang. IIIten. .
county. S
! will run a boat from Lotus to Ocean .. .' Bank of Loul.Un : N O fool r' ;
I well informed In regard to the Indian branch line down the peninsular as far "" ;; Q :d ; ,
It seems to the ADVOCATE that if .9 ts dI 1.lUDadeD Y'I
any day parties may wish to go. For > -a: m0 Banking Au'n; John W. Jj"City
River before the as a point opposite Eau Gallie Mel ; y yy W J. IxKili. i "
country even or | C. Smith.t Co
afford bond
;Monroe county can to I further information, call or addres retenoD,Ft.:Gaines.<) .ri.M(!'molar' *
:'; itself far five hundred thousand ADVOCATE came into existence, and bourne; or It may be extended southward RAMSAY BKOS., UU.s Fruit and frudut Tr..l.. Genera; :

dollars for an Impracticable road, ..1& is not pleasant for newspapermen as far a. Indian River Inlet 153t Lotus, Fla. NEW ORLEANS Commercial AgenciM.N 81......
I Brevard which embraces real estate to continually go over the The bill creating a County court for LA. No' 3X0-331 Pojdra 1'u

which for the assessment of same ground which has been thoroughly Dade county has been signed by the For Sale. REFERENCE, {Msropolibe Ba.... New tVUberaTAdTances O..rleanA.mad on- COOIIPIIIfI'

1884 will be about as great in value handled before, but just at governor, and James T. Sanders, Elk)., (;0..1.. Ap.d,
as that of Monroe should this time we think it is proper to of Went Palm Beach, who pawed through Abbaka pineapple suckers, yellow Cat-
" county, say something of the Banana River TitusvilU on his way home a few days ley guaxas, and pedigree Noonan strawberry G G Exposition Produce Co
be able to bond itself for one hun pUnta. \\ rite for prices to McCLINTOCK
fi dred and fifty thousand dollar for country. We refer to the peninsular ago, his pocket bulging out with his JAs Mon, e e .

a road which will be a benefit to between Banana River and commission as prosecuting attorney of Orlando Nursery, Receiver of GENERAL COMMISS10HJERCEAffS:
the Atlantic ocean, which extends the new court, which he secured before Orlando, Fix '
least four-fifths of i"Eggs : :1I
V at our people Wholesale P':-
from Canaveral southward. The the signature of the governor had become Fruits and Vegetables I Fruits:Fish Vegetables, etc.
h climate of that territory is aboutas dry. Mr. Sanders has had experience Sloop For Sale. .
: A LYNCHING IN ILLINOIS.Two tine as can be found anywhere In launching a County court In 415 North Front St., ..ill.t l3 Rum 8w: Cor.Edgew"0D n

during the winter season; and in Brevard and acting. Its attorney, and For sale, sloop In Irene first-class, 40ftxl3ft condi; Atlanta. Georgia.
tonnage, 18 :27-100; Philadelphia
Pat CoolljTJJtt'tur1llsbed
young white men were the summer, the almost constant will no doubt serve Dade county In lion New sails: head-room In cabin. Consignment Solicited. .
t H: lynched last week: in the State of breezes In from the ocean makes it the same capacity with equal satisfaction. Best party or trade boat of her size on Shipment sold-on arrltal. with dally quotation coo*...
Checks Special attention to everymeat
;'i 1 Illinois, for committing a criminal a very comfortable place of rest E.the C.river. Price, $400.00. Apply to aDd account of ales lent out each day. large or small. ..
B. Waveland
Tyndall, or Capt. Send
, assault upon a young lady. We dente I Id during midsummer. Tax 'D.lOl"BJlMEXT. Peter Nelson, Titusville, FU., where she market report Reference Carload iota of Florida vegetable
d do not mention tM tact M a re. The section referred to li alto We have not seen anything la any of may be seen. *tf upon application from all over the .tate. fruit handled on Special com &U iuft
Close Bertfe.skis Writ for BtMeil.eet
paper U wriuaf. fT Hank refereBc isUhad;

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them- Dot u Itran en tlutfriend.

.. each membn contnbllUng to Complete Fertilizers COCOA ICE WORKS ,:

the pleuure of their guella. tlm not

lurprlled tbat Dortllern tourl.ta make (or potatoes, (ruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the brie t I INO"

brief ltaYI at otber rllurta: and then yield and best quality) Coooa, F10r1.da. t

come to Coronado for a month. take out '

their Ilmplest wardrobe and fevel Inwalking. At Least IO Actual Potash. "V XN OPEX1..A. TXON. I

driving, fllblng and bathing. o G. <1. SIJI.IN"GE1 i

The beacb II one of tbe finest In the Results o( experiments prove this conclusively. How and \ '
world-level. bard and for mllt'l a tbou.. Manufacturer -
Ind ft'et 1\'lde. Xotblng can be more why, is told in ur pamphlets. .
V A'l-'ER
exhilarating than. morning plunge Into Tilt) .... Int frte. It wnJ eost yoll Mtblnr to tfAd tllrm. .nd tbt) will .... )'OWdolta IOE '- DISrrILLED \

tbe white nnd !"- CERMAN "ALl WORJ.S.91 X_. 81"" New "ork.
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Frt'eclom from mosquitoes and
land filt'l, together wltb the continual the 4th dlltrlct, Brevard Co.. and T.II 8TH.W mnHY I .t.\(]. :::vRefrigerators.. tce ('IIlItll, Frt'l'rerll Rnll Water Coolerll.
1111 place At the next mt'ctlnlt of the
life-giving ocean breeEe, Iniurt'l rdruhIng H.HIAIs
oanl on June 3rd. The new ('omml....
Illeep and good apl tlteGoodbye.. Lake Worth Ice Works
Iioner III laid to betn favor llf JtOOlIroadll. ,
I Coronado! We l11lurely come again," a native uf north tl'mllerate reglolllthe

[Senti the ADVOCATE an order for any Anllel&. !:o\amhrlch blands aOlIBourbon. I) .AIJnE.ACII Flu\
Job printing you neell.) Tropic I'eoplo complain of the extortion In our own l'onntry It la10lf(1 .,

practlct'll upon tbem by the IItt'aDIt'rCourtnt'Yln \ from Ylrltlula to Ort'on, ami IIIof ---
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cbarglng Oc11. I><,r ruunll that alrain-naml'lllll'arll't Itr."b(1rry,

Banyan.Mr. trip between Trollc amI Eau Game, jUlt VlrJlnlftnl'I'RItI'arIR( ). i

double wbat the fare Ulled to 00. anll We lul\'e hlln.lrt'lls of 'arletl '" that HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

Coronado Beach. JOllO Ca per anll wlft', anll IIenry certainly more than It oug1tt to be, conIidering bave been 11It'lhICl..t within the pl\llt

Casper llpent Sunday bere. the dlstanco. few Yt'al"ll. 1'ollle are (If marklJtl excellence -
I ITbere
'i11 be a fine quartet of singers The Mls es Emma, Maude anll GraeeIIardee [Job ork cheaply neatly and exIt'C.Utlousl allll wonllers In IIIEe of fl'lIlt, bllt -- MANUFACTURED BY --

Ihe Coronado thll summer, and vlllt- 'ero vlslLing In Danyftn on }'rl- exocutell at tile At'VoATIC olHce.Titusville. In fll, or nono are better thRn the wOOlllIltrawlll'l'ry ,I

t... will lune lome'rlue treats. Tho"lIar day lallt.rr. Clrl'ular baml bill I, note grll\\lnl( "11lI, of ollr b..yhooll ChaplUan & Sudlow- :
hpadl, letter head A, euvelol'es. Itatements. ,
at the hotel bal done
m\1slcale III down
Coody from Titullvlllo tagl. etc., etc.)
In hll "}'rllits anll }'rllittrel'lof
Coronado what It Do\\'lnlt,
ach In making with a crowd of mon wOl'klng CasJit'rDrown'l South Jacksonville Florida.
love good mllslc. Alllel lea," 1Io'\'S of tho allle : ,
'. )[ost pines.
Fort Pierce.Capt. "Every sl'Ctlln uf cOllntr1 bas It. VArieties -
Landlord Sharp II at a losl to know The trading Ichooner Xorma, Capt. of applII, "hlch, having ball their For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
hat 10 do with the life line now that John McLean, was auchored here Saturday -
II Imooth tho A. J. Lewis left for Tltu vllle toatttend origin Ih'I't'. lIet'm I'arllculally alblltedto ,
beach ,
bas It. The 10 and Sunday, northbound.Tbere .
t court.Misl that II'cllon. or to a cOllntry of IIlmllar -
and the tide recedel 10'I
:,'pe so slight,water mark-fully 500 feet "'as a very heavy rain IItorm Sadie.Sanders rt'turned Tucsday'' lIollaDll climate," The 1111I" may be.ald -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-

from hIgh here on SundRy. afternoon with conKlder- of tho ..tra"IIt'I'\'Y; ellpcclal1y bave I Material "nch I'otash. 1\alnlt: ('ottonSee.lleal.
doesn't know where to put It.I from ber vilit to Etlen.Capt. ))4>"I'rsl"1\ kln.t" of Haw Rio SIIII'
Ibat he able ball. Xo damage wal done to found It 10 In }'lorl!l'., etc.Jlone .
Ufe line at Coronado II a luperflultynyway crops bowever. Geo. Saunderl left for Tltusvllloto f'\l'tbt'r south In the IItRte.I jlrollllll; and Ilh'a1lll'l! In the fadorf In thl'e dllTel'l'nt plslll,

attend court u a jUQ'man.Rev. am at\8flt'll\ thero are many val'letlea !:o\eml for I'amllall'llI anll rril'l'II. I

A party of DeLand folk are at the S. F.' Gove heht ..enlct'll beret that \\11.10't'l1ln\ the northt'1"11 part of II
them Is the genial and Daytona, 'lce lallt Sunday to large congl'l'gatlun.UII I-
otet Among the IItato, that \\11\\ not do near U "'ellhere. '

,ad wife: that prince of good fellows- Mr. Weldon, of Jacklonvllle, 111\1 been Mrs. Everott who was really not p1yIng from Ark nsas five vftrletle that lU\4.1 I MUCK LANDS :

,f. A. Allen-and a jolly lot of companJ08 vlslLing Mr. Vlucest Bisbop tbll 'eek.A at all.Mr. done the be8t ,,'Ith me tht're. Of the

who are In for a good time. When large colored excursion camo In on Dalls II In town attenlllng to hll Climberlanll. It WAIl 110 fine Wllh motbero. j

t II known that II. T. lIoward, E. S.Hlick Monday and remalded over until Tuesday. store here. lIe Intendl to move hll goods 1 eJpected tlt'llt ruults f'om It .1.1In

A. I', Longdon, John D. Fudgerad from Jen8CJn up here.Mr. here. but no. I throw Ollt the wltole lot .

Chas. Thorn are among them, there as fallurCl for wRnt of nlturallzatuII.Of \ t,,,"() ana a half acre tract I
Mia Ruth Norton of JackloDvllle I. tho I.. B.parllnjt .
"goodlime. O. B. Wt'ekll, agt'nt for
wm be no doubt of their having a the newer kind. that I lune been
visiting the 1shop family, on Ridge11'01)(1 Fertilizer Co., uf Jacksonville,
1 ." They are bavlng some good avenue.Mr. has Just returned from. trip among the testing ht' e In the pRst few yearl, II.meof Fronting on Canal. 0"t
) atches at the fisblnl{. pineapple growers. lIe Informlul that tbem have been IRtlsfactory, atlll I 0 0 0 tit
Parker Wilder. who bal been visitIng of Ankona and other II'
Tbil II the selUlOn when Coronado Saeger have come back to tbe Xoonan as our
hll aunt. Mrs. Jesse Wilder, retur prominent have been maklnjt Apply to
,i.ltorllocatA the crawl of turtl Tbe'llel most rellablo sort. 10 far lIollth al thl .
hens" come up from tbe wavel and ed to hili home In Cincinnati' on Wedne.. thorough alonglillo testl of of Dal'lInj's other mlxtul'el I'ineappleOrower anti Time to Ilant In all the north country, ALBERT W. ROBERT.

crawl above blgh water mark, and tbereIeposlt day. they find that Darling's glvcl the best as alllo In Arkanlln II In early Ipt'lull.amf West Palm Boach, Fla. ;

their eggl In the land, frequently Dr. F. II. 1I0ughton, hal gone toI re ultl, both for plantl and fruit, of any. our firlt crop of fruit cornel the folluwlng \

laying as many ... 200 In a nest. Two I Darlen. Ga., for a few weekl, en route for thing hll they place have at IIammond-a usell. Mr. Wt few>eka miles left spring, whllo here we plant In

nesta were found c10 e to tbe hotel 1311ea&On. home to Columbus, O. lIe 11'111 return north of Sevllle-on Tuellday morning, July, Augllst amI on In Xo\'ember, an.1 S.---H HAPPERSETT J JS.

IUI great fun for old and younl! to Daytona In Xovember.Tbere where he will remaIn a few daYI before our plants are fruiting In January followlnl -

who Ito out at nljh speclal1y In the has never been 10 much attention returning to the metropolil. { and on Into Juno. Thll II )(ay24th. .

llloonlight-huntlng, and al they ge1.i paid to vegetable gardening as thllsoalona The Carleton Hotel.The amI we are eating berrlell fl'om our ( ..." to Ra, & D.,.)
.i ht of tbe monster reptile tbey take I most fortunate tblng coniliderIng plat planted lallt fall.In .
hotel IIsllll
ride on Itl back as It returnl to tbe lea.. our two freezol and the bank failure.Mrs. one Carleton of the popula', Bay hotel Itreet.I of the thll climate of bot lunshlne all the Stoves Tinware Doors Sash Blinds Paints"

The ejgl are highly valued, the yolkllIIaking Robert Andenon left here, Wednesday metropolll, and II receiving a jtood Ihareof year. we mUlit be very careful In all our "
cakes and omelet. the publlo patronage. The table Isjlood. operations of getting Illanta really toplant.
tine batter for Ocean Grove, N. J.. where
at this resort ; and the proprletors-Me""rl." Crapo al allo In plantlnl{. Fl'om the Wire
There are always some Ibe wl11 remain durlnl{ the lummer & La Vene-endeavor to make their Oils Barb Poultry Netting
Xext month deer hunting will be tlupOrt. monthl. lIer little daughter Alice went guests feel at home. The electric care lack of thll care the larger portion of the .

}'Ishlng Is alwaYI good..b with her.Mr. UaIIS the hotel. and take you to or from IllaDtl let out by our amateur planterlre ; r
Lhe new passcnger station In Ilx mlnutel. los'. There-are al80 lIIany failures III
Dr. Daker, of Lake lIelen, Mr. Gad Chas. II. 'Vatton. assoolate editor
at the
Monday was quite a jala day little weak plants-tholle H
from planting ,
81)'ln. Mr. SkIpper and Mr. Dimmick of the Titusville ADVOCATE. passed Carleton, there belnjt neal'ly 500 conductors takt'n from "mattell In @ ar ware
were drlvlnl{ over to Coronado on Sunday through here. Saturday lallt. on bli way of the Grand Division of the Ordt'r of that are rowl. III I
old rlants for new
Condu torl and wlv.el prellent. beal'lng plats. .
laid about a pet Hallway
lomethlng was to Jacksonvlllo, wbere he remained until .
addressed by Mayor Fletcher.Notice. be ellpecla11y for that
They were grown pur.po .
bear that Mr. Lewll, the blidge tender, Tue day. ICE CREAM FREEZERS WATER COOLERS GASOLINE .
tbe e, so tbey are lal'gl', slronlC 1lantK.whlcb. ,
bad. and Gad Bryan boldly opened
large congregation assemblod at the with bandlinlC, there -' '
proper -
door to lee It. Mr. Bear, however, was STOVES and REFRIGERATORS :
Congregational church on Sunday to IhouM be bllt little 1081 In tranlplantIng. :,. : i(:
101 In a mood to be Interviewed, or elsll
hear the memorial ermon preached by In Circuit Court, In and for Drevard .

bad rival been trained of to New his business with by tbe the the Rev. Mr. Powell. pastor of Daytona'iM. County, Florld\ : As plantl are taken up all lurplulleave. ':t'rt'-c.7S: : : VrJ.JEt: : FJ.OerD.: : .. \

liverymen Smyrna E. church. There were some fine Jobn Heatb, an.l rootl shoulJ be taken and ,
aid of Mr. Lewis. all of whom would "Rrrank In Chan.,. --- -- -.----- ----
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the chain of the ----
Epl. welie,
selectlonl sung by M. an.t Julia the rootll never allowed to become dry;
Cladly put up a job on Mr. Bryan.anywayaccording C. Welln (bla ..Ife). The Largest and Most Complete -
Methodilit and Congregational beIng and
copal, even the water dried off of them by Indian Riter Mattress
to the statements of eye churches, who united for the oocaslon ITA rJ';:: :blbb :; 'i 'a :I :t It :a3fendantB. In the open air. A strawberry root Establlshmont South..
witnes el-and made for Mr. Bryan.Be. )'rank M. We ileA an" Julta C.Well. .
under the direction of Mr. J. M. Jolley. ... of anl11.. Is Imal1 amI If left In Olen air, even
backnrWi are ove tbe lire 21 yeare very Brush Company 4Tlhu --
making a tight for the carriage The offertory was beautifully rendered ..itbon'tb. lltate,.f )'I"rl. fell of wood and lpolled 8"'t.of Sew ""rk.Now.
over a log by Mias Fannie lIammond. of Port Orange. .th..fnre. It I. or"ered that )1Ift tb._hi al'8 1000t. vUlo FIOl'hln..
and III contemplatillg Julia C. We Ilea dn -'
new pair of panta, now hank M. Well'" an.1 al'tTe
bringing a suit for damagesaslOOn. : !.b r.TI: lt : lr ."':I :t r :u: .';: The laud to plant I. bellt If we can Our Matt..lle.. are made from 8-oz.
[Remember the ADvoc.uE. Tltu. the Rul. )Ja In July.A II IMI/II. '..,Iolt the tI...., ..lect IOme natllra111 mol.t lpot. and too ticking, tilled with clear palmetto fibre,
.. he can place. the rellponslbllItyIOmewhere. kinds of job Give ) bUJ ..IU ben and fA"ed with superllne fibre matle from
all prlntlnr. .1 1
vl1le, does tberwl'" th. < much care cannot be given In Its prl'laratlon. <
: lef: : ::; :
us a shar of your work.) : the cabLajte palm. This tlbre Is matleby :
be Ihould be well manurt'll several -
I. furthe'orll..t tba' tbll notlc. Jlnho It Green'l patented I'roce.s, which
Everyone at the hotel hal already PAU'ETTO lIonE. Daytona. Rooml, :til .:ld : RI.I :t.. :;"'.: ; t;: daYI before planting. Cotton leedmeal. makel It toulth. curly an.1 ela tlo. U

learned to esteem Mrs. Dodge and her without board, dllrln the lummermonth. fou,ennoecutlv. ......k.. ... a hanllful to the plant, tervel me will not break up, mat down nor jI.tdUllty. ;
.. Apply to Mrs. Davidson, ()on" an daughter, who came to Coronado by al1ere vm., FIori.... &hI, tb. :IIltb da) of Ma). D'M.A. fintrate.I mOl.
hance laat week, being delayed at proprietrels. A. STEWART.Kdbbln. plavt In bedl of four rOWI, one foot nor 11'111 not draw' this dampn"s belnlf an anll advJ&ntaf.Ce Ket muat Ina )

the depot at Ne" SmyrnA. It was their .& GrabaOl. Clrrk t'lrcult Con"ma3f.j' apart. and one foot In the row.. tben I damp anl 'Warm cllmate-alwaYI romalnlnl -
lrat vlwt to the coalt, and Miss Loul e Eau Gallie.Dr. 'Compt.,. I Clrcu'Jou": J have an alley of 2. feet and another bed. { sweet and clean. The workmanship -

U. been 10 greatly benefited and haa The planter Ihould bave some Ihal10wdllha Is guaranteed fint-cla l In
tin wub-pan serve. fint-rate..
become 10 Infatuated with our lurfbathIlg FLOATING HOTEL of water anti place ev:1a.1'd'r'ams.: : an.1
Lan lng baa been at the county V AILL'S till It ono-thlrd full doublHtltched
advantagel. that mother aDd dauJhter few this week.Mr. In It 100 or 10 plants at a time. 10 tbey 11'.11 tuffed top and bottom.P"uhl. .Alllllllfaclul'ers of
Itat day I .
It III IInjter here. They are very A' the R.II...... Wb.rf ., are kept rootl then, with a plant.Ing .- Matt_....llCb'll.lbe..n/ 'It t. I, If MIIlnKIe
and Charles Converae. of Bahia. bas West Palm Beach. trowt>l-a Ipat: e will do-open the "aU"" .,'. II. to I I"Ilei Doors SaB1.. ]J1huls
charming In and manners, ,
person on a vilit to Jacksonville. I IMr. earth and place tbe plantl In, being careful '1_ UI.d. to order. ,
w, are glad to Include them among the gone Free from Fleal and MOlejultoel. SeaFood that lome of the rootl reach down All klndl of .'almettu .Urllllht'll
frlendlof thil delightful resort.U. and Mr.. Geo. C. 1I0uiton became a Specialty. Into the earth their wbole lenltth, and made to order. Call on or atldreaa: MOl1ldlng and Bulldlng Material.Oftlce .

.... for the happy parenti of a fine IOn last'week. E. E. VAIL'" rrop. for beat rellulta a pint of water Ibouldgo I. n. MATTKEII. & KVIIJI Co..
Dodge Is a correllpondent Mother and bo) aredulnlwell.Mra. In with each plant; and water after o& 142. TltulYllIf'. Yla.TITUH'JI.I.I and Warerooml. King, Oppollite
Xichlgaa papen. and In a recent letter every day until tbe1 1 egln to grow or Cannon t>tret>t,
for publlcatioD haa this to ..y of Coron11I0. A. W. Sweet spent aeveral daYIlaat MRS, B. M, ANDERSON, there Is lumelent rain to keep tbe eartbmotst.
week 111 town. the guelt of MIIII Select a time when tbe soli II W.TII"U: .U S. C.
1 Belle Laniling. returning to Tltun\11e\ onSaturday. moist and no lunsblne for plan lnlf; a I.OUT. I Ch.nrlcstoll,
aID vilit to the ocean .
JDl Private Boarding House good plan I. to do I' lat. ID the after.noon.
, led me to Coronado Beach. After only JAMJII: }fOTT. The fo11owlnl: I.. a comparaUve Itatement -
on, week I go away IDvlgorated. feeling The achooner rrlvateer, BaU Brothers.paaaed Orlando, Fla.1i of tem rature and rainfall fur tbe Sash Weights, Cord and

th" I I:10 routine dutlel with abeallhler up he river lRilt Friday, returnIng week ending Wednesday, MII 'u')1
grasp and First.Class. To.1e r...We..... -1804.- -189 .-
Irlp &ad glad to know whereto Tuesday, o their way to llCaYDe Eyerythlng Modern Strlctl1 r"IIIo. 0' I Hardware,
M't.! M4X. M't.!
P4TI: MiX.
lind when the lamp
renewed .ltallt
I 14 64 7\1 70
bl1nl8 Illw. My Ant ImpreuloDI of Coronado Gilbert, Mr. Walter Gilbert and PINEAPPLE SLIPS...... 21 00 fill /jIJ 6tl7 -& Window and Fancy Class
were a del1ght-pthered at the Mill Gllben left on Tuesdal, for their Beautiful Location.. One block from ') Iill 811 111IJ

IUIieI hour u we were drhen from the home at Dayt .. Ohio. Thry wl11 return BathlDg ravl1lon."I -- AND SUCKERS tI IH en 1\.') o.81 III 71) A SPECIAIIl'Y.

Ititlll of Xe" Smyrna throujth the early In the falL 'V.blt An.... Cor. twacb. 1 tifl .& fl.') 11J ------ --

prelh Italllmoot of palms aDd plaea and. Mr. G. F. raddlson haa gone on a visit Ocean Grove. New Jersey. tl1 eld tij) 'nTutal

tudden turn. brought In full rie" to Tenneuee. JIIs father, Capt. n. r.raddlso1l FOR SALE, rainfall for the week: 1.70 Inche.. RUPTURE
01 Ih. i\'and old aea-brllliant In Itararlc II attending to the lumber IJtoparture. front DOrmal ralDfa11 for the

I buel of lunaet glory. A rapid bualDealla, hll abeence.Col. New Smyrna Livery or the Following week : plul 0 ') Incl.n. Dt'parture
linn front normll ralnfan slaee Jlnuary ht.minul Cnn le Cured
IJthlnd a beautlfullpan of baYI for Red
\ Spanlshli
D. L. Gaulden of Tltun\11e. came Ii 0.1 Inche..
II on the beachmooth and hard doWD laa' Saturday to ""vlae the Tow. Stable y:4'" i, Porto Rico, .I: Eo I.AIIOUETTE.Oblterer.. With as milch eaae an.1 t'ertalntl II abrukeD
pav'IU6Dtour exhilarating IDtrudu mItten concerning the Y: 11mb. If tbe rliht .neaD41 are em"loyed. -
Council on lrgal YlRIETIES : Smooth aJenDe.III .
Uon eaeh. The 11 .
to Coronado
It aftlleted. and a pe.
of a De" Itreet.Rumol' 1011 are
charllt fouDd opening C. J DOllS 1'1'olwletol'. Golden OuetD.I .
wu Increued when we III radical II object. wrl
that haa n that a certalD gentleman 10U _0 It' Seen what' Why maDrDt. eure &DY
Our hoetel'1 OD the beach wu a stopping la town aeveral1D0nthi I EDl111e tlb1.Orden the Walton ltapld CalklnllC WaehlDe. If for my boot Klvlnll full partie ulan for

\ollle wh.... one may cut ..Ide cere1Ioa who h.u been baa purch.-l six acrea of Hacts Meet All Trains.PUMDle" no" taken. All fin you owa a 8&11 or ro" boat. dOD', fall toha. Self Cure a' horn.. Dook aen' fr.. to all
and Ityle and la I1mple dreaa "00 past. .. ope OD band. It II a creat labor
lOath ., .1M DO" bridge.apoa .. and earll d.lIvery. ApplJto United lufferers. Addrus.
till, tet. comfon &lid recreatloa. stlnlIore land at the and ball Pie traDaf.rred tG clue plan. ..ver. and Is pateDted ID tbe
.. which Le will erect a hand.omere all parta of tbe c1t1. aDd CoroDadoBeach. G. C. MATrHAMS. Statu, Oreat BritalD, CaDw" ete. Afe" Dr."VV' S. :E',
belaWened "e.. "e "hen "e we. will be sold at a
of the lta fiChta
Call OD me befo,. perfeeda.ananr'DtI. 8IUTI1V'LLE .left. Co., N. Y.
deDCI.Capt. '
Iteei'ed I... the lIaW, lDuslca1 &ad Florida Pineapple Co., re&lOllabJ. "IU". Appll to .I. O. Waltoll. -
: rtalDl C flI, of CHII' hoatthef Joha Boutoa co..u.ioDer h.. receiNcl of XEW SKYBYA, rLOIUD.L Welt Palm Beach, fla. TltuavUJ., ria. 11m1SID
bQuaehoJd_ (there an DO ftataamOllg .. ()Ouat,


tll"I' tAt:


A bold BolRnrtM shrpbeM tor''who boned K The OtMntl -BCr Assets. sad TaliGeneral (BucceMon to John 1feAlauen T
like a _h"Po S.rvt se N 1M ....1....
So gratia yet *o sportive la hi* showy shoe passenger agents know what Artesian Well ContraCt

", .. herd1.dress It costs to go anywhere, remain there
Lay dow apon UM railroad track and played JOB
h* WU Mlwp any length of time and come back by another __CALLIE. FLA.
To fool the rag-to! driver on the Orient ea' route They are, in short, the Pooh
PERSONAL GOSSIP. prees.Th Dabs of the realm of travel Without FOU

driver, who dladalnml to day. MM ma them the average human being with a a
Brandon Thomas, the English actor' upon the rail burning desire to go somewhere wouldbe WINES and SPIRITSBBBItS

and playwright, make a yearly inootui Put on the brakes, revered the wheels and a* a blind man In a crowded unfamiliar .

exceeding $ OOOo. stoker turned stood his turn beside cwny.The him. for It seemed his thoroughfare, a* a ship without # |

tt it understood that Colonel Sheridan heart would fall, t rudder or a bird of passage deprived **
brother of General Philip II. Sheridan Whereat the shepherd boy stood ap and X one of its wings. Think of a world

4s to writ a biography of the laughed and ran away. without the ever' prenent "folder" and PRIN CiaA.HS, ET

eral Then earn the Inch section boa the day the its impartial never overdrawn claimsof OF THE FINEST QrALITr ]
len.'I''I' train earn bark superiority for the line ,to which It '
M. Bartbalemy 8t Ellalre who And poured about a barrel o' tar betweenthe 60 TO
owe its existence. Life In It would Indeed
"be 99 next August, has Just ties
biography of Victor Cousin He I. Bo when the shepherd:: : boy lay down the tar be without sufficient compensation. r Lesley & Renal
upon the track The art of advertising was an unknown
in the enjoyment of excellent health. I Trickled through the whlakers of hi. robe quantity until the general TING Families Supplied.
i Mrs. L. E. Castle of Iowa who Is and held him where he lay. passenger
I agent came upon the sane and with his Heart Disease 30 Yrs! :r Our Lodging and LIar
erring at Justice of the peace, was elected The driver oould not hoar the ory that swept magio wand transformed dull nothing Will be Ready by Oct, 1. Situated I
to that position because the ticket the right" of way, into bright, realistic something To side Washington ave.. between j1]
bad her initial Instead of those of her The was deathcry filled with of mirth.the shepherd and his soul him the steepest grade and the Ib.rpea'curn Short Breath, PaJQitatlollrMr.O. K. W, depot and ADVOCATE bloti

Jinsband. Bs opened up the throttle valve and turned are of little consequence. Grades
'The physicians of Mrs.Humphry Ward Theh face away! and curve and distance that have de- W.McKlnsev, postmaster of
bare ordered her to discontinue her literary train' bore down upon the boy and swept fled the skill of superior and engineer Kokomo IncL,and a bravo ex-soldier. HODGES & GODFRE
him from the earth. troubled OF ALL KINDS -
labors for a long time. She pro -Cf Warman In New York Bon. disappear before the morning sunlight. says: "I bad been severely -f.
with heart disease ever leaving
poses to visit this country daring her Under his manipulation ponds become the army at the close of the late war.I Manufacturers of
Idle spelt MARVELOUS JENNY LINO.InUrentloff lake, hill grow to be mountain,groves was troubled with palpitation and

1 Mrs. Agnes' Bbipp has been elected' expand into forests, rills swell into rivers shortness of breath 1 could not Yellow Pine Lum
county superintend of schools in BemlnlM-enme' .of" the "8wedUhNlchtlntmle. and all that has been thought uninteresting sleep on my left side, and bad pain

Dickson county,. Tena. She II well or worse suddenly burst around my heart I became so 111 Neatly
county to hold the office. of whom John Addington Symonds gives and a joy forever." my attention was called to Orange Box Hradu,

reminiscences in his recently published Seriously the traveling public owes Fruit & "'cgpUM* tnij

.recently autobiography is Mme. Jenny Lind much, very much, to the general pas Dr. Miles' Heart CureI Lumber delivered at any par >t mlUi J
Goldschmidt, of whom the image has thrnneb bill of liwltnic. Ant nttnl
agent. Not only has he brought on m i>
Ctanncey declares he has no more faded for the senger decided to try It The first bottle CheaplyAND lughuii.tngontheEast Coat' vntild; .
away present generation,
to notice and to popularity innumerable decided In write for I>r1e TbeSawmlU ltnam',
thought of getting married than he ha made a improvement my
of going to heaven on his private car. like that of all whose power was displayed deserving localities that otherwise ,I condition, and five bottles baTe completely J.,T. & K. \f. Ry.s miles south' >' I'aUlk]
the of the
on ephemeral sphere "
would have "blushed unseen, but he cured me." Satsuma lllghts, Putnam COF
The late Dr. John Lord, the well stage. He gives a very charming account has made it possible to visit well I O.W.McKINSET,P.M.Kokomo. tad

known historical lecturer, was devoted of this simple minded, gracious a* others longer and better known, with ; Dr.Miles Heart Core Is told *n a pnaltlv -f-
to chess,. and in the absence of a friend and womanly singer, who had the high an expenditure of time and exertion and I tuarnteethat the flrat bottle will benefit -

with whom to play he was quite contentto est devotion to her art, saying, "I sing expense Insignificant in its proportions It: will druJlIIIBte"'U be: sent, prepaid""U1., on a bottles receipt for or K price or J. M. SANDER
sit over the board by the hour workingat to God," and whose home life and man. when compared with that of years gone by the Dr.Mile Medical Go* Eithart. lad ,

problems. ners were those of simple affection and by. He 4s ever watchful of the needs Dealer In
Joseph Jefferson has presented to the womanlinemi. Jenny Lind had passed and whim and eccentricities of travelers .

Corcoran Art gallery a very pleasing and beyond the bloom of youth when Sy and quick to provide for their every ExpeditiouslyExecuted

offective landscape painted by himself monde saw her, and her marvelous voice requirement He is an intermediary between The big "Round money" convention DRY GOODS, NOTIO
It is an interior wood scene and is as was beginning to lose its power, but the traveler and the railway or
creditable to the artist as it\ will be her artiatlo method was as pure as ever, steamship company, ever ready to serve opened In Memphis, Tenn. AND

welcome to the gallery. and her expression. magical. The fol. the interests of both without prejudiceto The Southern Presbyterian assembly

Mr. Bar Ferree, the architectural lowing is his Impression of her singing: either and never shrinking from any meets next In Memphis. Choice Groceries

writer and critic, who has just been "Mme. Gold schmid' came on second proper obligation. In the early days of
in 'On Mighty Pirans.' She was quite in coming and going by rail and steamer
elected honorary Fertilizi
an corresponding memo Corn
MeClrM't WINE 0'ca soul for female l dieetMt Hay Mapes'
her of the Royal Institute of British black and looked to me an old,'worn he wa not known. Now he i II one of ,

Architects, is the first' American writer lady, with a large head and a small per. the most important factor/ the whole

'Wbo has been so honored. son. She wore no crinoline, and her warp and woof of travel, and for him -Walton'I Rapid Calking Machine: HUE\ PATENT FLOUR.
dress, with its loose waist reminded me the future is full of added and each. In us.. rAT THE-
powers A.VOO, $10.00, and $15.00
A large statue of LI Hung Chang, the Ooooet FloridCOMPOUND
of grandmamma's. At the first tones of
Increasing honors.Magazine of Travel. by many of the principal boat-builders
famous Chinese statesman ordered and
her voice I quivered all over. It was in the North. See pamphlets and testimonials ).
paid for in the times before the war her wonderful her *
not execution pathos, STAGE GLINTS.
made Li Hung so very unhappy, about varying expression, subtle inflexibility, -i'-- OXYGERestores

:rftnifihed, the German sculptor having that surprised me, but the pure timbre, Paderewski will tour the British province To make superior hams and bacon,
put on the final touches and prepared it which vibrated and thrilled in January.
so my very Colman's Rural, corn should be
for shipping off. soul that tears came into my eyes. The Patti has given her only concert In mixed with oats or barley, or perhaps ADVOCATEPrinting( strength, quiets the nc.
Wbltelaw Reid, after spending sometime volume of tone she threw out and then London this season. The house was not at the rate of onehalfto and expels disease.
might answer,
.in Morocco and Algeria, reached diminished to a whisper, which permeated fulL rye Proof, tbe most convincing, l& of
Jairo the day after New Year's. Ills the room; the diminnendoes and Dnrward Lely, the tenor, 1* singing a third of one of the latter to the free to all who suffer, Call and H*

health has been so much benefited by crescendoes, the nightingale metallic old Scotch songs in London and making former, and ground thus together. Such -i'-- or write for further Infoimatum. I
bit short stayjn north Africa that the strokes, brilliant accent and floods of feed increases the proportion of leader, of 200 pages sent free.

bronchial and asthmatic trouble have swift successive notes I expected, but money"Charley's juicy lean streaking the fat, which is Home or office/ treatment t'oaS
Aunt" has its
All disappeared, and he is now in as had not realized such quality of voice." passed seven essential to produce a line quality of tlon free.
and fortieth InLondon.
,Rood health as.he has been at any time He gives a charming picture of the hundred. performance hams and bacon.Catarrh Ir .. Starkey & Talen,

daring the last five years. home of the Goldnohmldts at Oak Lee, #! 4Office.*- 1529: Arch Street. PLiLulclpmaJACKSONVILLE
and this account of the aging oantatrioe Louise Beandet is to try a new comic
STAGE GLINTS. singing to her bird is very graceful: opera, "Jeannette," by Herman Perlet Cannot be Cured

r I "A blackbird bung in a cage outside and J. W. Nor rOlll. I
C. D. Herman has been engaged for' the door. Mme. Uoldncbmidt went up Paul M. Potter is to dramatize "Tril With local applications, as they can I STEAM

'Frederick Warde's company next sea- and talked to it 'Come pretty bird, by" for A. M. Palmer, and the stage not reach the neat of the disease. Catarrh

pretty, pretty little bird, do give usa production will be harried all fast all Is a blood or constitutional disease, WORKS
eon.A and in order to cure It you must take *4 *
play called "The Secret Agent, little song. We want to hear yon singso possible. Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure .

by 'William R. Wilson and Charles much, yon pretty, pretty little bird,' "The Green Goods Man," in three Is taken Internally and acts directly on The above establishment i'> untie!

Bradley, will be produced in April in such a coaxing way that the bird, who acts, has been tried in Dayton, 0. Neither the blood and mucous surfacees. Hall's management We p"!!!Iti'eli Rose Coghlan has accepted a play by had boon by at first got down and Appo, McNally nor Parmely Jones Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.It our work equal to that of *m nor
Hillary Bell and Ramsay Morris. It is came close to her and put its head on appear in it was prescribed by one of the best city.
work. side to listen. Then Mmn. Oold- physicians in this country for years, and .
said to be a strong and original one '
How are the prosperous fallen! HelenDanvray (:;J J
has Ada Schmidt sang to it roulades and long take Is a regular prescription It Is composedof Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
Rudolph Aronson engaged ha been engaged to Jennie with
known combined
shakos and notes which the best tonics I
high, sharp Cleaned or
''Palmer Walker as aprimadonnafortheNew Yeaman place in "The Twentieth the best blood purifiers, acting directlyon Ladles Goods
made the bird most inquisitive. But he
York Casino. Miss Walker is anAustralian. Century GlrL""Prince the mucous surfaces. The perfect
continued silent until she turned to Roods
go Dying Silks and Cleaning
combination of the two ingredients-
Ananias" ha been revised
and then he gave a loud, shrill chirrup, what produces such wonderful resultsin Do not most delicate texture; a Spocialtlfor
Clyde Fitch is writing a play around as If to call her b.ok.L'1nolnnat1 En. a* to keep Baruabee on the stage more catanh. Send for testimonials price list.
the personality of Major Andre, who it and to give Jessie Bartlett Davis some curing Prc
quirer. free. BROS
Is said, will be personated by EdwardIL black tight to wear. F. J. CHENEY &: CO., Props., T61- MAIN1IARD

Sothern. OJ ln. Stone of Falkland. A second "Gaiety Girl" company is edo 0.Solt Send yonrPRINTING No. 13 Newnan St., Jacksomille
Jacob Lilt has engaged Mary Shaw The most curious specimens of vegetable playing in Montreal and Daly is soon by druggists, price ';:ic. I

to play a leading part in his forthcoming or plant life in existence are the 1 to organize a third from the native of & CO

melodramatic production"The War so called "living stones" of the Falk. Sixth avenue, New York. A new luxury In the vegetable line is W H, GLEASON
cf Wealth." land islands. Those islands are among Neil Barges and Canary & Lederer away
now on the market. It is called the IN LAM CA'
A new piece by Harry and Edward the most cheerless spot in the world, both promise new theater on the westside odorless onion Is imported from ATTORNEYS
Panlton and Charles Bradley, entitled being constantly subjected to a strong of New York, one on Thirty-fourth Spanish ;
"The Lord Mayor," will be produced polar wind. In such a climate it is impossible and the other on Forty-second street Spain; varies in size from six to twelve But the TITLES TO SPANISH (.BASTS

.shortly London. for trees to grow erect, as they This is the way the classics reach the Inches, and in look closely resemblesthe keep AMINED: AND PERFEi TED
do in other countries, but nature has onion. They are sweet
It is doubtful it E. S. Willard will Sierra "In the Foothills" company reports -
made amends by furnishing a supply of and can be eaten a* apple at any time )
return to this country next season as "We carry scenery and effects, ABSTRACTS FURNI&HED ADD
he is negotiating to produce a numberof wood in the most curious shape imagi and also two oxen,Remo and Romulus. with little fear of an offensive breath. Money on the
nable. The visitor to the Falkland sees, SURVEYS OBTAINED
plays in London.It H. a McDowell who lost f6 ,OOO
scattered hero and there,singular shaped
, Is likely that C. W. Conldock, the blocks of what appear to be weather endeavoring to establish the New York .erLIIU'S WINE Of CMOUt for Weak Ntr..i. Defective Homestead and prf-EDJ

veteran actor, who is In very poor. beaten and moss covered bowlder of I Theater of Arts and Letters, is now prospering East Coast Entries Corrected and PerfectedClaims the (P)

health, will probably soon retire permanently various size Attempt to turn one of I as a member of an advertising Tired, Weak, Nervous, ment at Washington.adjusted before

from the stage. these "bowlders" over and yon will 1 firm. _________ Correspondence solicited
Edwin Milton Royle Is finishing bit meet.with a surprise, because the supposed
TURF TOPICS. Mean Impure blood and overwork,, or theADVOCATE
By giving
play, "Mesloo" which is to be pro- stone is actually anchored by root I too much strain on brain and body. EAU CALLIE, FLA.

dnoed next fall It deals with an episode of great strength. In fact, yon will find The California Jockey club I* giving The only way to cure is to feed the

of the Mexican war. that you are fooling with one of the a $IOOOltake for polo ponies over a nerves on pure blood. Thousands of and I1
Mme. Modjeska on her. return tc native trees. No other country in the I short course people certify that the best blood purifier Pineapple, Orange

America next June will go immediately world baa such a peculiar "forest" glx hone were Bold in .Vreemont the best nerve tonic and strength Land For Sal, Cheap.I
west to spend the summer on growth, and it i* said to be next to impossible for The auction.ear's builder Is Hood's Sarsaparilla What It '
her California ranch. Her tour will to work the odd shaped blocks PLreoentlr fee $10.60. has done for other it will ale do foryouHood's have for sale ()acres of fW JIII.<
devoid wa ft. Cures.Xervousnt'U A share of land on St. Lucie river, a few
In New York.A into fuel, because it Is perfectly
open of loss of loss of being nor
Andrew Miller, the new president sleep, low Eden 40 of which
cable dispatch from Berlin states of "grain, and appears to be nothingbut the Driving club of New York city, is appetite and general debility alt disappear quarter of northeast quart of.r
Garrison believed to be one a twisted mas of woody fibers.- when Hood'. betaken raugthe
that Sophia the proprietor of Life. Sarsaparilla 18, township 88, south of
of the Barriaon sisters, has eloped with St. Louis Republic.Soda sale persistently, and strong nerves, sweet Your Job other 40 i* the northeast 9'I
Count F. W, Benstoof. an ex-cavalry At the recent Newmarket SO. sleep, strong body, sharp appetite, and of southeast quarter ot 'ere-\
officer of the German army. Propelled z.ct_ horse from the stable of the late DnchCM In a word, health and b.pplueao.follow township 88, south of rang -4J east
A flreles locomotive engine was recently of Montrose went for 138000. the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. WorkH The above land can be bought ('

ODDS AND ENDS. used on the Aix-la-Chspelle The Bard who ran second to Ormoode The strong point about Hood's Sarsaparilla per. acre. It I* suitable fc pipe

Jnllch railway. The motor power Is derived In the Derby, stands at the head of the Is that they are the permanent solid foundation because .- orange, lemon or lime growing; .
The oldest extant manuscripts of th e from soda The Invention is based list of winning stallion In France for they of start from vitalized and enriched Will be sold in lot. of *.,
.New Testament date from the. fourth on the principle that solution of cants 1884. blood. cash. This land will soon b. 11'1111

land fifth centuries. tie soda, which have high boiling points, Sir Jame Miller' spending $100,000 per acre.

Contrary to the general Impression liberate heat while absorbing steam on a block of stabling, with walled paddocks When a horse I I. taken Into th -stable, tfA.11 Job worlt Apply to 0. H. Walton *'>T'

the mumps most frequently occur be These engine eject neither smoke nor at his place in Berwickshire, tired muddy and sweaty, be ought to office;or to Robbins 4 tkal'sm

tweets the age of 14 and JO.AtBeazig steam and work noiselessly. Compared Scotland. stand to hay at first, be gently bathed in 4trtistioallygottonup.; ; vllleG
with coal burning locomotive, soda engines
Hungary, on Oct II, 18U. to the for. There are 83 entries in the Memphis warm water and then rubbed with cloths
show a capacity equal
tour perfect rainbows were seen, three I mer, while they are worked with greater Derby, the bet horse named being till thoroughly dry. e.1
Caller ones inside the main or primary Oath, Sunup, Fandango Mercury, g
ease and simplicity Pare rich blood i* esstaiial to good
ix>w. ------ Prince and JovialC. health because the blood Is the vital Sn11sno11on.Gunrnn.1eed.; ; attests '
Japanese candy Is mostly made of Pertl."Don't IL Nelson received from the New fluid which supplies all the organ with
rice flour, with a small admixture ol England Trotting Horse Blunders' association life. Hood's SanaparilU a* the great'
think there I* ;
sugar, and tastes rather Insipid to the deal more peril yon in roasting than agrea then II I $500 for aiding in" "the Ug success bluod purifier. .. 'BRASS ?
of the stallion roan.
average is In sleigh riding the asked. Send us
several European countries bntteiis "It depends," be replied reflectively,, A peculiar thing was seen at San Hood's I' purely vegetable,. your
sold by the yard. /The Tolls'' are a "on which kind of peril you mean-, Francisco the othtc day! \rbeu My Sweetheart bar sileea, tfledl,., do not lain or gripe.. ord.ore. ( STEEL 'rs n

yard In length and are sold in sect ou. physical or flnane1aLWuhlllgw I started a race in which b r lire, tom, wosaia

a. suit purchaser Star. Major D&n. wa also a contestant W BUCK-OIAUCMT- Utevea C-1Iipw.,

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w.. 1R. __ __
R Kw T..le The
fie WM Men Than Thirty Wtiert Hte rin Tropical Trunk Line
t1. If..... S oeMr.
.._ HOTEL MELBOURNE Tolame Was mbllnhed.
r8lterdAr COTOKUO
.aid man HOTCLwr- ,
I Toward the end of I83A he took nf:
Ica a maD experi *Tfl
I I his abode In Cambridge where he war
to lee a doctor or a MELBOURNE Indian Rim Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.
"beD be goes FLORIDA. to reside for the reat of his life-for 45

Tbere it a long preliminary. Open all the year round Good FUli- years. He was made to feel st borne to

f finestd agony, alternately uag.f log, Hunting' and Yachting. Kates tbesoclttyof the scholars who clustered JOSEPH.II. DUHKUn Receiver.
.llmenS ,
1 ad boliUIiDg your (2: .60 and upwards. about Harvard, then almost the sol

tally iu a moment of desperation Proprietress MR' I. M OARn. center of culture in the country Hit -I\II'1'11 -- --- .-

de log0* lee whit; I. the Special Features l'ol'l'uado-M..I. work for the college was not so exacting .. : ...- 1 ITlme t.:(Pert Apr. t a. '9.". Iitfll-' ""
a hare at : 1'0. Ion. I :r. ::2 .... ... I ._1i : 1iIiI :
wrw y. Perhapl yon a erate rate, solid comfort, no rwtenta- that he had not time for literature. '::--I=--: 'Anp'SiAaL' : :. .,. .IIKSUNII.K..Ar-wlam: I.i---: :
ba settled on the longs HOTEL tlon, good!Hulling conking Write The / to write returned . (I lenSt'OYSSptinga.I SlNam 4Cin ,.
bleb trouble ome. GOugb that I =.i: CARLETON for teima.HO {, good : Impulse poetry t.taa hoc !. lOlna.: : :. ... lsbtka. .. :::: ::'. /team: 4atpm: SMpm' '
Ulopea I tbe next book he thproM .... ..
yet published wan svJa ai lOA7a ..1luntingWn I ,, Man I eptn 1101. ..
:: && The -- ---- --- g :. : i ::: I :
Tnsa .
I IWlke "Hyperion, which npppcarod In Ii CIa. ('reseentl'ItrInnrtion S40a Inepm Ia)
US bad Inaa the terrible pour Jacksonville, Florida. . .. 1100. Ulll.'I: :IOI. . .... "" .tlll'.. .. .. ... 1II.m: 141'm 1111lrnl; pns
M FOR BiSCAYNE BAY 1839, and which, though it has little .. . ato a I I\II.IIIII\: . .I..r....... Springs. .. .. ... S/'lam '.Inlll'.n.
+ L /oggeeta< Visions of swift de- plot or action, may be called a romance. ,11141. Ixia12lie: ? ? ..I1'.f..'... .. ... Ilaam 141pmIA1aam

Un pneumonia or slow wastingLtb Oononito Po tofilco. The youthful aud podia I hero, a passionate 111"1. ." ..IlacaAr, .,I..I..n.I..I I.: ... .: ::.::: IMm 17apmIIM'aL : ::'"

consumption rise up before TIlE GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT pilgrim in Europe, wan, more 01 ...",.....,. .. .. ..Lv 1/II.m: IOOrn.tllllanl
I every wheeze and cough llome.eeken. When you get .. 4 4I'.IIII1"j"r. .. Crlsnds' .. ... .. ,. II 40ar. "III. m .... .....
1 eI. and >* Under New there Stop at less, a reflection' of Longfellow himnelf / KI.lInm..... .. ... .... Ilmpln I" ....
[;. Sbe e premonition Management -- A few months .later in the same yen . aenpAr.. IIat"w .. .,I.v'5enpm. .onl"' ... .
yOU would go then In a ... . .. II UI' Ar.llmta Uord.* .. .. .Iv tlII1I': ... .. .. .. .....
could, feel bet. The he published his first' volume] of poetry; ... 8w1.: (1001' A r. .. .. Tampa.. ... .. I.. 4111' III 11'1m .. ....
r tot in the morning yon Lemon City Hotel "Voices of the Night"-in which he .. Sala SaopAt..I'.rtfaoI.a. I., TIn ,, alam.
Open all the Year. __ reprinted certain of his earlier verses, .. 4mAr: : : ::. ::.TI'ris111..E: :. .. .:' hr: I Tlnst: : : : :: ::::
1 M.w, .nol hnra .. . brt1 1"ml' .. .
is still there, but the ter- Owtpm Ar 4IIpm: '1"uira.aa Nnn.
of them written while he at
cough/ Coolest] most was Toes. antSri ... .
and SatptuAr KevWnt. J
the imagination have fled before hotel for the most pleasantly: located At Lemon City, the terminus of the Dowdoin. Some of those boyish verses N'MandSso, . SINIam _A!.. .. ...V so. :' '' Le1Ja,1cespusNe,: i' ::: ed.andeai.+LsndSat.: :: :
summer months.
Alight, so you put it off another refitted and elegantly] furnished.- rooms Hack Line comfortable, on Biscayne beds Hay Airy show the Influence of Bryant, and others Slesl.v.t.eksnvtleAr, Sop ,.. l.vJ.....0nslrAr 1111I 1.I"'ko..iv;' n.eAr- O '
1J BaS finally you decide to go, and Elevator. All modern improvements. terms, good table: reveal to us that the young pont had tllI/Il'I.\r .:III"'I'rl..I.. a14 :wry in l"IRlk" Ar 4:11'1'1: 5197bpl.ttritr.leAr: Sao
reasonable 1-
WDOM born of despair march up RATES'*:j.50 to fJIO; per day. Good and not yet looked at life for himself, but aNpAtistirauro 2251.Ar: ll.teen Lr t.e: H+: 1"I: 'I: : "inunul 'I::, 2lhp I: I :Il0111Atllrant to 0I.:: iakellelenl.t r4ltIt 1: .Ma I1la

medical mane door to learn your Special hy the week, and to Commercial] jf fishing hunting In the still saw it through the stained glass! 41111rAr! ,,.. ,. I.. 571ta .' Iavtona 1.:1'1': I :isp, Ar\rwmyrnI.: t I mait11a1.vJxekenllliAr
case of toothache every one Men. inflows of European tradition. The : I ii cop 1'1 5it..rvdnekmntrileAr 1 5eopI: i -sItEJuitanil e r .i1.
In will and ] hotel that the electric I). M CONNOLLY, Prop. ell I m. iv: S.nfnnl Ar 11 sa ha I., lnlatka 4irp: t 1 no, I., Issnfenl Sr SMM124plv
Jump Only
boW a tooth hop cars pass same volume] contained also some more yimm.* Ar1045* II esArtlawthenrl.v2C.I' 11'1' Ar 1..1" I." CIa
I'I art III day until you get to the to and from depot. Lemon City, Dade Co., Flat recent poeml"The Beleaguered City"and 13\r: Uuklll..1 Inv Wia' 19Mp.lItalnviilet.v: I 2O'9.ArIttics\ Is I..... i
I 4M..IAr. Manor' t.Y t1 35a I 1411.. Ar thala" ,.:'141'1'1 ""..Ar Tvarn Lv I C : a57,11Arrar.gprlnga
""I and then calm down so quiet CRAPO & LeVENE, "The Reaper and the Flowers" and Inv aMpAr Iresbur Inv in4M1.Ar ElderadoLv CI.a1005pArMI.I'rtets'hgl.v
Dles that you can't tell which the "Fsulm] of Life' perhaps the first ::I ; : A7y:: ,, .. .. : l: IIwm: Ar I.emhnrg! l.r Cana

M aching It Is the same way Proprietors. t HOTEL x COQUINA x: of his poems to win a swift and abiding Rally t tally Ai>it Sun.lay. -

cough or other ailment As you popularity. Those lyrics testified that
0l i Train 23: sod t 7* carry throimh I'nllman HnlTft. Sli-rplnir.. rara Ix-tT-ri-n \.work and. Tampa
to the door you secretly hope that ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Longfellow' was beginning to have a Trains 1A and :-Thnmnli: I'lillnian Iliittm; car IwtKftn (''Im'Innntl and Tampa

l'tor is not at home. You pull the style of his own. A* Hawthorne wroteto w n. (, ci, i>. A "KtntOrnoral : .\".
-U gently and half wish you had -4} ORMOND.BY-THE.SEA, +- him, "Nothing equal to them V>M 1I1"'r.I."t.| Oenrral anneniitr Agent

me. Then the funniest part of it COLUMBIA HOTEL ever written in this world-this west

bow mad yon will get when yon I FLORIDA. ern world, I meau. .

be doctor is not at home and feel Certainly no American author had

you bad been cheated out of one Centrally Located on St. George yet written aut poem of the kind so Jacksonville,

or dearest hopes. "Washington Street. SUMMER RATES: f8.00, *0.00 and good as the best of those in Longtellow's .

f 10.00 per week. volume] of "Ballads, printedtwo
] Old St. Augustine
Overlooking Fort Marion and Park, N r
and a full view of the Ocean and years later. Better than any other
American poet Longfellow bad mastered
rolling from the piazzas. I
Story of the Scuttling of a Great Specialties at Ormond. the difficulties of the story In song & Indian River

I Iteam.hip by Pirate and he knew how to combine the swiftness .
For Circulars, address/ and the pictnresqueuoss the balladrequires.
at t strange story is that com- W M TEAHEN Proprietor.
.tied by the Duke of Newcastle] to His ballads have more of the Railway.

lobe concerning the loss of the SEISER &: YINING, Managers old time magic, more of the early simplicity Ot.7E1
Tine Table In t'rot: Arrlllln.'. 111111'1.A1 .
Gas Electric Bells and
lent! He says that a trustworthy perfect system than those of any other modern -

rmant in the United States assured of Sanitary Sewerage. ORlClOND BY THE SEA. English author Of its kind there Is Ral Llno to Lake Worth, via. St Augustine, Ormond and '1

In American nothing better in the language than .
that a sailor, dying an -- Rockledge. I.
bad confessed to having formed "The Skeleton In Armor with its .
[ the crew of a pirate vessel which O. II. VOSS. splendid] ]lyric swing, and "The Village South Bound. North Bound .,,,,
Blacksmith" and "The Wreck of the
rod the great steamship "Every x.. N.. ,'o. he. I s.. I I I:
on board was made to walk the T Hesperus" are almost as good in their ::11; __ 1I7 sal. I INoaJ. : 7A. I2.. ''I,'
humbler sphere "Excelsior," in the LJw4s.uvhiAM a 112111' ... .. ., I.t ll l'a'w' 11t"1I -xau-a 11I1. . ..
scuttled. ;
l X and tbe ship was Ar SL A"tt.U": 11113. 141'1' I.. Riviera .. .... 11111. III'' . .. ...
seems incredible, yet it may same volume, voices the asplra Aoglstioee in Jo .. .. I.v WJi sitar..5. 51 a n .
itorj f'11 ? lions of youth and has been taken to Irl: : :IoM : I.:, hats, :I (i::: S03 a.:: : : : "i
hie, and tbe possibility of it gives e TITUSVILLE and l.vEaet IaIslka.. 1I1 a LvAheia... .. ... iLSau .. .. .. ,
,nits shock. It is 60 years ago heart by thousands of boys girls Arill.. as CC ,, Snurt. .. ,
s3 Professor Brander Matthews in St .. .. ., : . .
more since the President disappear- = Indian Rivor. ; : : ; I : H iml ::

rom human sight, without, I be- t Nicholas I II I L Ar, Can San ..... 1 e : ., St inn ? .. iM1p:./,,,,: f,

leaving a trace. The loss of no Fla. Preparing For n Caning I Ar Orllll'IIII. ... .. ., 1230-p -. .. ... .. ._ Ix 1\'I1."rn.. .. . In.. n. SOAP .. .. ,
Twitel-for it was the first of the by 0nnnud ., I.v earn. It M a In
caused j Kit Alexander had been warned several I.:, Ormond:: : Juno:: :::::....:. .:.. IrvF'alOaille: : .. :. : .InAia: :AOp.:::.: :::;;;
t passenger ships to go-has O II. VOSS, times for broaches of school dllol'l Inv "ytltn.. ... 11411 p .. ..... ., ,,,. Ix UIt"kl.cltt:. .. .. "III a au T4A., .. ....
mat t lau excitement How those at pliue and was at length reported I.viSnti/range.19Mp ...- .-.--. I.. f.'..". .. ... .. ... ?.11545n Sao' .. .. I

clang to hope, some of them for bead master, who gave him a final' I IO.k:, Kew hut.fmvrna., : ::: .I n I: A alg 4 : :.:: 1 I.v:, l'Ity Tltn.vhle: Point: : :::: ; .. :, 12.0 II .;m = n m, 5IsoL 54i1.:: ., ,: Ii.

*-for the notion of tbe crew being warning One night not long after Kit 1..TltOlvlll... .. ,. .22111' 111111. I.,0ak11111. .. .... ..... ..1042pmllelp.. 1
ked of the island > Open AH The Year. I.. (' vltdnt. snap, I0Wa I.v NlIw "'my'''... . ''III ,. au 1I1\t1t. .. "
on some out way was again caught in mischief, and he t., (..."... .. . ... S07 I' ill :IN a iv fort IIr."tt:e. ., ., .. Inpm ... ..
eagerly adopted-and how many a felt that this time he was "in for it." I.. .. 3111' .111311. .. 1..II.ytllll. ... 141111111 ..
broken the intolerable I.. C:." /tails .... 1I '11' 1"1'' .. .. Ar 10"no ml.. .... I CT P I.. .. .... .
was by A flogging by the doctor was no joke, 1.. "Sarno 12'11''' .. ... 1..lIr".I. ., ....
Diet! At last it was generally con oils// inn Only a few minutes'walk and Kit determined to make what preparation I.Mellonrne. . toe.p. .. ... I.vt'nunnIJima,. ,.. .. .. "" .. '
-4 that the ship had collided with uuni i i from Kill-way stations St Luele.' .... : 42111' Ar .:.,t I..IRI".. .. .. .. _12111' III . ,. ; "b
t he could that tbe.wind might Lt roes 1'iorre. 14111'1" 44i ArSxri .. .-, :-:-:-: :- ''.
and Steamboat land.Ings. : : ,
and foundered. And : :i :. .::: : I: : : :
berg now be tempered to the shorn lamb. I LY Eden . : I.55.nStaten .. IIalphi.I : .

\* this, was terrible not conceived story, which of,when it ismate +d v n '".'. ar. On the banks of the on On first rising his undershirt the next ,morning then a layer he put of Lvlhuart.1.5 Alh'ia: n : ::: :: ::.. ; !p: : : .. : :::::::: :. Art'slAtiia. Palatka: '.....eapsi: .: .a at: p m: < < I ,

mId have bad the to make febMM Cf far-famed Indian River 1..11..1... tltllll"I. .. 5 alp .. .. ... ... f.Yl1..U"K.. .... m p n. r
power stiff brown paper then his jerseys, upon I.. W. Jnpikr.... 5211 p ..... ...... Ar St. Angustlne....., ..I '111' m' ... .' .''. .''..'.
at home more miserable. "C'NOEB. NEV'V' .A.GE1KENT. these a sweater and over all a clean 1..III.I.a. .. .. 1111'1' .. .. .. .... I.'t." Angu.tine. 1111'4:1111': to . ..
ta not to be forgotten, however, white shirt borrowed from his chum, Ar W I'a'n' ilea.35 P .. . . .. .... J""ko..III.. .. I lea- 113111' III .. .. .. .. I

more than one story has been re- ------------ ---- whose clothing was two sizes larger T
A. & W. Branch. t tMOUTII
written upon this subject-the AN INSIDIOUS VICE. than his own. Lastly he put ou hU coat
are and scuttling of a passenger and vest IIOl'%IJ. WUTII A01'ND. .
[aer-and it seems more likely Gal. Gambling It Worse Than Drnnkenne to It was a hot day in June and at -- -- --- -- ------ --- -
Scheme That WM Developed by very '
they have suggested the idea being lens Colonel Wllk. BulneM Intec;.Ity. morning intermission Kit whispered to !

ted to the ]loss of the President than Joseph Tauski, the Polish refugee, "Gambling is tbe skulking, poisonous a friend: "I'm nearly stifled. I hope l-YNWII.;. lake 1I..len uyrna I 'lW 24:1:,,i 'aaM: -" .. ..... B" Or."If Jino:Pity 1i1Ap II :4'a, 4Imp ta'' '. T:

a solitary pirate should have reed stories of the shifts to foe to business integrity" said an he'll give It to me now. r.. (1.,1(1I Pity 2 i'IC25a./ .... .. lake 1I.le" II 5s... II 3111'
inch narrates many "You Ar 1'I.ltr Junn .._ .. __. A r New amyrna II ,...a 030pAll : .
a long kept secret of the which he and his fellow exiles were experienced business man. can But the doctor said nothing and Kit _

-London News._ compelled to resort in order to keep see the signs of drunkenness he said, went on stewing until dinner time. He train ilally between Ja knonvllln and Ht Aiiiriintlne.Tralna .

Notified by an AbbreTlatlon. soul and body together. None of theseis "and guard against being damaged by felt half inclined to dispense at least south of Ht. Antc'intlne run dally.rneept I ; HunilayfMMngcn : : ,

more curious and interesting than one a drinking partner or employee but with the sweater before afternoon school], on tl'1ll13 and 7S hair Ten Minute* for lunch at New Hinyrim.
: the stories told about the .
Gong ex- relating] to his friend, Colonel Wilt, more often than not you know nothingof bat fear of the doctor's cane deterred Tl'aTIme.Tall.shownthetimeatwhiehtrains. may I'e .* l to arrive mil ,M art from
aces of police telegraph operators the gambler's downward progress the iwt er tl. utatlnn*. lint their. arrival or ilxpartnre at the time : la nut miarantrpif, nor dues
attaches of the electrical bureau who had been decorated by the emperor him.All the Co,vpany.hold Itwlf .1..11,1.| l fur any delay or any coiuwqnenrn arising tlien-ri!' nnJ. .
I have
until your ]looses tell the through the afternoon he suffered .
of the French for gallant service in the It. "UIOTT
which relates to an ex"special French but who afterward found seldom] seen a case in which the habitof untold misery mopping his face until .' _l'r..IdenL J/INSIlen'Ii( I I'anelnrerrrAgent.
*, who is
now a regular operator
himself obliged to live upon 60 francs gambling did not have tbe companIon his handkerchief would mop no more.
up town. While acting month. habit of lying. The lying get worse But at length just before dismissal,
nb" in a West Philadelphia dies a
Colonel ] as the gambling becomes confirmed. came a messenger "The doctor would
b It was pretty tight ,
received a call from the cen- but he Your gambling associate comes along like to see Alexander] in his study "
Wilk bad confess, one day
Which he promptly wrote on his fortune.He with such a cheerful mask of falsehoodthat On entering the study the boy saw

M he received It At the close of met with had been strange out bit for of a walk good and was you are indignant when somebody the supple snakelike cane lying on the Send the "Advocate" of Job

image he found that it read Newfoundland intimates that he is treading the dan table. some your .
on his way home when a big
PhiL and learn
won H. Ahoep." dog came running down the street gerous path of dalliance with cards or "Well, Alexander," said the doctor,
Coop. He was com-

6 W PhiL italled. He could not imagine armed pursued with by a sticks.gang of The boys dog and, men panting all horses."Some years ago I had a little expe- You"I can have go brought on warning this you upon no yourself longer. Printing orders and you will be satisfied. .

found Ahoep was nor where be was and terrified ran straight toward Colonel rience which I've no doubt many merchants But as It is :your first visit here for such ,

the nor what particular hen. Wilk and took refuge between his can duplicate. I was a manage a purpose I shall make your punishment P

bat central was Interested in. He feet The crowd drew near with loud ing partner in a branch of one of tbe somewhat milder. Hold out jour

there was a mistake some- most extensive houses in St Louis. We band; four on each!"-Youth's Companion .
<2\ but was satisfied that it must be and excited shouts.
] highly
had salesman whom we valued
!!* other "It in. a mad dogl! Kill him!I" a _
end of the wire. As the that he
1 It cme to our knowledge
cr*u near decidstrait A .policeman, more courageous than Blaekle and bt M.glotaa.
relieving time be was falling love with poker. I said
and consult his relief before the mob, stepped forward. that he must be warned. The other Many years ago "the Wizard of theNorth"
"Halt!" shouted the knight of the FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
'ang the wagon on a wild goose partner thought he was all right, but gave some performance In Edinburgh # *
'" or asking the central to repeat Legion of Honor. "The dog belongs to consented to the warning. In a fw", and Professor Blackie was one ,

:Its arrival of his relief be was IDthat me. It is not mad. months the man collected a bill and of the crowd who went to see them. As
:::d Dig resolute air and perhaps the red he in be felt Indian River Florida.
his Melbourne
the operator who had sent lost the money at poker. I then insisted was making way some -
aestiage generally abbreviated his ribbon in his buttonhole made an impression on reporting a discharge to the main thing at bis coattail, and putting his

*' *<61> and probably] the one received upon the policeman firm but my partner stuck to his faithin band into his pocket he found an egg. ed a

read: "Send wagon to PbiladelwpUal "Very well" he said, "since" the dog tbe man's promises. Finally we com This he took out and moat adroitly y1"d

and learn condition of U yours, lead him away. promised by retaining the delinquenton transferred it to the pocket of a young PQ 11-4

:!7 Cooper This proved to be the So said, so done. Colonel Wilk took condition that my partner notify the man just in front of him a person u oao ==

?;ier 1011I ion.-PhUadephia Record. the dog home washed and combed it, firm that be would be personally re- unlike himself u can well be Imagined. = -3 "

and then went with it to the bntcher'sto Arrived in the ball, be remarked where i =
*.... iponaihle for losses caused by a repetition ct: .
Woodcock For 25
-Foor Soul buy it some scraps of meat this young man placed] himself and -
*!*. of the occurrence. We also] sent to >-
Tears ago a woodcock tired and centimes the butcher gave him a fine customer notice that all bills chose his own seat in a corner as remote 4
*"7;ith bit long Journey, fell ex. lot, and on his way home Wilk bought every should be* paid directly to our head u possible. When the time came for"Wizard" Bpd =o :"""' rt'D

flown from midair right Into a few vegetables.All Anderson to "trouble"] him '

aiddle( of London. Nearly] all birds these bits-bit* of meat, bones quarters."Before six months had passed the for the egg, be arose and explained that !: > >-

f ate a. night, so it WM dark as, and vegetables] -he put into a pot together salesman managed to collect a bill of be had nothing of the sort in his pocket. -cn cg =
-' panned, he found himself lying in with a suitable quantity of water dollar. but that he believed "that gentleman" !:::2:
and ]lost .
''eIDUlaetreeL 11 A woodoock'i drat im7 and out of the pot both he and the $1.800".My partner every took tbe money out of could produce it, pointing to the aston en L. ..-.... :::':

always to hide himself, to steal dog made a sumptuous dinner. his pocket and reimbursed the firm. It shed :young man whose surprise, however =

something, to crouch down. In Tbe problem of living wa solved. to tell anybody who by no means equaled that of the =cd
is not
u 7* *s.a he would choose some Day after day, u often as hit purse ran necessary that be never received wizard.-M. A. in London News. c:..,;) _. CI:2Z
!mar! often, he bought knows gamblers : :: C V, a
tome low shrub Holly be low, which was pretty befriended. I
be bad
IY loves, and there be would75n bits of meat "for bU dog. Nobody a cent"The from preacher the man aud the lawmakermay iT.r LltlU "..... I q

and doze the hours away, was the wiser, and the Polish exile and other vices i more heinous, "Yoa never bring any live game I .

*fj Poor bird In rural Piccadilly, hit dog lived upon 83 centimes a day, grade merchant and |the banker who borne, John. It is always dead."

n e1 find none of these, and so be and the knight of the Legion of Honor bat know the what is good for them are more "Why bow' foolish you talk. Mary I II Boats hnulotl out rind Ilopaiiod at tho lowest

ll1eatod! up to a lamppost and, could once more receive his friends like of gamblers than of anything have to kill it to get it, and whoever UKUI-OH. Prompt attention uivcm to order
7 and stupefied, be fell asleep m man of the world.Beaoonsfleld'i ,I..."-St Louis Globe.Democrat beard of a sportsman bringing home any Estimates Kivon on all kimlw of bout

tLi *o found by the early milkman thing bat dead gamer' for tbeCiebrstedWOLVERINE

IItl' Critica1 face was a pnxzle even The Russian name for the oar UEorol Well, it's all right John, bat I gaess Agent

lie to bit intimates. It was Imposslbta, by pronounced Karol derived from my friends) would be greatly surprisedU ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
J, so often mentioned Karl The title it they knew that I bad married dead
"Oytarmso! u a watching it, to gain any insight into (Charlemagne) czar
4 WU a long gown. faairltb emotions. used only in Informal conversations. genie port"-New York Press. .
a belt his feelings or A. T. HOSE.r .




DOINO OF TilE LKOISLTUllH. / ., disease know It I I. only In rare instances Highest of all.b Leavening Power.--Latest V.S. GoT ReportBaking I THE BOBBnBftOBAHAM t

i necessarily fatal. The next report 8
should credit some of these death to
1 .
other otherwise the Intel .
some cause,
C"*ttt*"ed from 4th Paijr.! Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
i gent reader will\ have a itrong suspicion DI'DNAI
enabled them "to sue and ta sued, I to,
that the convict do not enjoy good
contract and tIe contracted with, etc.,," sanitary condition or get proper mdi LAW, .LOANS, REAL ESTATE

It did not give them power to sell or cal treatment. PowderABSOLUTELY

mortgage joined real the estate unless .their husband The following proposed amendments We have for sale a large list of careful

conveyance.DEEDS to the constitution received the required River I
PURE selected Indian Properties
Or TII1RTT TIC All* RTAHDIXO. two-thirds vote and will be submitted to ,

A bill has been Introduced and reported the people at thergeneral election: -- -- I Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Li
favorably making deed which House joint resolution No. 85, by MOllchrlst r. IJlm\'Ann COUNTY couin. -Mrs. C. H. Bradley, of West Pain Canal and Transportation Co.

pare been on record for thirty yean or relative to the manner of. leg!.. Beach, after a pleasant visit with her I. CANAL L.A..1VDS.Florida .

j more prima facie evidence of title, with. latlve proceedings.House daughter, Mrs. Grlffing, at Maclenny,
The May term of the above court was Southern Railway, acsonve Tampa; Key Welt Railway ,
out any proof as to their eiecutlot joint resolution, relieving the opened on Monday-Judge M. S. Jones returned home on Wednesday. )(r. and Lands. Dlsston Co other Indian River Loan and Investment Co,1Monoy
This It a good law, and will\ have a ttn. Supreme court from serving on the presiding. Mrs. Gritting accompanied Mrs. Bradley tend Low Priced LandI.

dency to quiet title. A deed which !II Board of Pardons. There were several cases tried that a* far a* Jacksonville, where they spent to LoaD .ZUL-mr/xys on XXl\n

of thirty year standing ought to be entitled House joint resolution No. 30, by Mr. :' day, among them being that of State of Tuesday At Ten per cent, in tumt to tuft.

to respect, and not be readily set Ollchrlst, relating to the publication of Florida vs. Apolles Nixon aggravate Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
Genuine Bargains In Heal
aside. the laws.
assault. Arraigned; pleaded not guilty! TitnsTille. Florida.Fr&LS.Chaffoe&Co..
GOOD ROADS! FOR BRitT ARD COUNTT. Senate joint resolution No. 240, by Mr. Efttate.
verdict, guilty; six months In county
The bill authorizing Brevard county Chlpley exempting certain maufacturen
; jail at hard labor. Twelve of hammockland
No.1. acre
j to issue bond for building good road, from taxation for a period of ten years
State of Florida vs. Wash farewell, at postofflce about 300
ban been Introduced In the Senate by; Senate joint resolution No. 272 by Mr. assault and battery. Pleaded guilt; front on Indian River, and run back to *+

Mr. Morrow, and also In the House b;, Palmer. of Illllsboro\ In relation to a reduction and the case none pressed. county road; ha upon It a house of six .,
of and and rooms, almost new; cost of house 11,000;
grand petit juries,
Mr. Sander It U known* No. 400 In
/State of Florida v*. Will\ Davis
gam barn stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a
the House, and ha been read for the requiring only two-thirds to convict i In ,
bllng. Pleaded not guilty and case none grove of 600 large bearing trees In fine
tint time by IU title, and according tithe certain cases. >rossed. condition before the freeze, and will soon 4- THE CORNER DRUG STOR

journal of the House, wa referredto The following proposed amendment State of Florida vs. John Smith recover and bear good crop. Remainder
failed to : of land cleared, and Is of best quality for
the committee on railroad and telegraphs pans
I Ing concealed weapons. Pleaded guilty, farm. This property was held
but It In the issue Senate joint resolution No. 209, by )Ir. vegetable TITUSVILLE FLORID
appear lame sentenced to two days In county jail. firm at $0,000 one year : will sell today ;
of the journal that the bill was reported Thomas, prohibiting the manufactureand State of Florida vs. John Brown carry. for 13,800; $1,000 cast and l,200: <
favorably by the committee on finance sale of liquor. No Tillmanlsm In may remain on mortgage.; This Is a
concealed Pleaded
leg weapons. not most desirable place for a home, good We try to keep a full stock ol
and taxation, as follow : ours.House guilty. Verdict guilty. Sentenced to location, close to postoffice, school, Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quail:
resolution No. 32 MrGllchilst .
'Sir:-Your committee on finance and joint by
thirty days In county jail. church, etc., and In a nice neighborhood.The Purity, Freshness and Quality in Drugs is a very Important matter.
taxation, to whom wan referred House extending the powers Justiceof State of Florida Edward Gibson bare land alone Is almost worth the
bill No. 400, a bill\ to be entitled an act the Peace. ,,
to authorize the county commissioners larceny. Arraigned, pleaded guilty; \ and price[ asked. Toilet Articles Stationery, Cigars, Wall Paper, EtcEli,
to Issue bond for the purpose of constructing House joint resolution No. 83, by Mr sentenced to sixty days In the county No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof ,
good; county road, have e* Sullivan, increasing the circuit of the eight rooms, artesian well, large portion We ran our Business In "Gp-to-Date" Methods. = --
amlned the and recommend that Jail.State cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat
same It late from seven to nine.
\ of Florida vs. David Clemmenta, Sarno, near Eau Gallic. The land J3P":: Special attention to mail orders. We will try and fill your wants by.JUllt i
pass. Very respectfully, Senate joint resolution No. 208, by Mr. well If called In All orders for goods In stock
than as as you person. shipped
J. F. LATHAM aggravated assault. Pleaded guilty\ and alone Is worth more price we quote,
Chairman of Committee. Week, providing; for the election of sentenced to fifteen days In county jail 2,250.; The owner refused b5 000 a lear day they are received. We want your trade..

Which was read and the bill placed county commissioner State of Florida vs. Frank Ryan, white, ago. He must sell without delay, and
with the order of the day." House bill\ No. 242, fixing rule days for has authorized us to take $2,250; $1,250
practicing law w Ithout a license. Pleaded cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. Read'Read"! Read!
couit and and of
How the bill came to be transferred county judge justice guilty fined 15 and costs, but sentence
from the committee on railroad and the Peace, wa passed. This Is a good 3. One hundred and thirtysixand
uspended. 85-100 acres of land at New River.Threequarters .
telegraph to that of finance and taxation law. The fixing of rule days should not State of Florida vs. Andrew Gibson, of a mile water front. WRITE TO THE

the journal doe not say nor can be at the mere whim of Justices of the doing business without a licence. Plead Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and
we understand wliy It should ever have Peace subject to change without notice 8 of section 13, township 50, south of
ed and sentenced to a licence
few months. guilty, get range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER C CJaolonvillo (
been referred to the committee on railroads every and pay the cost of prosecution.State I whole tract, or less than 7.50 per acre;
and telegraph We do not wantto House bill\ No. 398, by Mr. W.K. Sand. of Florida vs. Jefferson Cuyler, or we will take $10 per acre In forty

build a railroad. We sincerely trust ,, ers, was passed. carrying Winchester without a license acre tracts. We believe a purchaser

that this bill will become a law; not that House bill\ No. 13, by Mr. Dancy, Incorporating Sentenced to pay a fine of $1 and costs. can sell this land and double his F1or1d.n,

it is a foregone conclusion that If an the Florida Jockey Club, State of Florida vs. Wash Barnwell to money run as through soon a* the steamers canal begin next\ If you are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain th

election I II held will vote for was killed. i Special Low Prices for cash with order.
our people assault, battery and gambling. Sentenced December. We own this land ourselves
bond, but It will be v.ell to be In a position The following bills have passed the to 30 days hard labor In the but need money to develop other Don't Miss: -
to do no If necessary or desirable. Senate: enterprises, hence offer It at a price This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers\ at about cost to t
county jail. which will Insure early sale. Buy this Manufacturer.
Even admitting; popular sentiment may Senate bill\ No. 282, Increasing salariesof State of Florida vs. Will Davis, gam. land and double your money.

not favor an issue of bonds at this time, the Secretary of State, Attorney General bUng. Sentenced to 15 days hard laborIn No. 4. The north three-fourths of Southern Office and Warehouse Jacksonville, Fla.,

it I I. by no mean certain that public Commissioner of Agriculture and the county jail. southeast quarter of section 7, and of Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front midway between Main a

opinion will not change during the next State Superintendent of Public Instruct. State of Florida vs. LaRue P. Ely, engaged lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, southof Laura Streets cy Send for Pocket Memoranda Book

year. Certain circumstances, which we ion from $1,500( to $2,000 per annum. ; In business without a licence range 41 east, containing 150; acres.
hinted at In connection with our article Correct cannot good This tract has a large frontage on the
; you get anything Sentenced to the cost of prosecution
pay St. Lucie River, two miles from the rail-
B. 31.- ::se ::cz-
on the suspension of the Indian River without paying a decent price for It. and get license. road crossing. Price $15 per acre.

Steamboat company two week ago, House bill\ No. 230, reducing the pen State of Florida vs. Wethy 4 Wagner,
4 of section 32
No.5. Lot township
may make a shell road through the pineapple alty for petty gambling.; This should doing business without a license. Sen- I i 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize!rI

fields an Imperative necessity, more properly have been entitled a bill\ fenced to pay .the cost of prosecution acres. This tract has a quarter of a ,, ,, ,
and Mr. Cbas. L. Hunt, of Ankona, and for the protection of negroes; given to indulgence and get license. mile front on the St. Lucie River at call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

others, who are ol'pollng the road today In "five cent anti." State of Florida vs. A. S. Thompson, Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre. Staple Sc IPiiMicy CS-roccriow, I+ran
business without a license. Sentenced -
may come out as. ardent advocate o House bill\ No. 285: requiring Boards doing to pay cost of prosecution and No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, And Food ProductsOf
In Its favor Wore another pineapple of Public Instruction and County Treasurers fronting on Biscayne Bay, at
get license. Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut All Kinds. Also My Stock of
< chipping season rolls around. We have to publish financial statement of CIVIL. Grove. Price $ ,OOO. This price may MealGround
known of lot of cases where the most dealing with school funds. The print- Walker J. Brown vs. Mrs. E. P. (larder seem high, but If you will try to buy any Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed

obstinate opponent of various projectshad art ought to see to It that this law Is not and N. J. Williams\ replevin. Ver- 'land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good Food and Wheat.I .

no hesitancy In giving evidence of a allowed to remain a dead letter,as many diet for plaintiff. location, you will get your eyes openedas am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above Ucoods.
John B. Lock vs. W. W. Layportet al, to prices asked In that section. This close and 1011!
I and will sell close.
> buy I invite correspondence
when took turn your
change of heart thing a of the law in regard to publishing reports lien. Verdict for planltlff. tract Is the only desirable parcel we your patronage. Very truly

which affected' their pocket of certain officials usually are. The G. Loper Bailey& Co. vs. J. D. Hatter, have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. Z:. L. nRADTFEASTER
House bill No. 3, a bill to be entitledan newspapers should get all the law allow issitmpsit. Verdict for plaintiff.The The price asked, $5,000, will yield us a
court adjourned yesterday until fair profit, and we are satisfied that
act requiring abstract of title companies From the public trough.
June 19th. nothing similar can be had at a much
and person engaged as principal Senate memorial No. 342, asking Con higher price. This tract will no doubtbe &
In the business of making abstracts of gress for an appropriation to make further MCCOnVICK IS COMMITTED.In sold within a few weeks. BREITWISCH, r'\

title to furnish good and sufficient examinations of entrances to Bi.. the case of the State of Florida vs. No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres

bonds, has passed the house, notwithstanding cayne Bay. Congress will\ only pigeonhole John McCormick, who. was arrested close to the depot and post Mal- Successors L. A. Coleman
It unfavorably reported this unless the of the about a month ago for the supposed abar. Large house with upper and lower
was people bay or board .. Wholesale ot all
murder of James Daugherty on
from the committee to which It was somebody else send a good lobbyist to schooner at the Inlet, near Fort Pierce, fair veranda repair, costing, beautiful$1,000.00.river front 7 rooms, lawn; In, and Recall FLORIDA MEATS kind

referred. Washington to press the matter. Judge M. S. Jones, after hearing the etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 Deaden in

Senate bill\ No. 200, authorizing the testimony of two witnesses-Dr. B. R. large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.
(011 VICT CAMPS.A the Orange and Vegetable Growers.
Wilson and Walter Dougherty, mur- ;
This will make a nice home for anybody.
bond for
special committee wa appointed by county of Brevard to county ered man's son-for the state, committed : Good neighborhood. Price only$1250.00.. Fl
the convict roads, passed the senate on Tuesday,and the prisoner to await the action ofthe LaGrange,
the House to Inspect camps,
has: probably passed the house before grand jury In November next.JEWELERS. I NOTE:-The above descriptions will
but It seems this was only a matter of --- enable customer to locate the several
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form. It appear from the report, a* this time. So we can bond If the people properties very closely by examiningone

contained 16 the Journal of the House, decide[ they would like to do so. of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com- DUREN & FEASTS
pany's railroad maps, but we will be
that S. 11. Bloch, one of the committee, pleased to send special maps on a large
made the Inspection alone; and the report THAT MICHIGAN COLONY scale, on application, to parties who

Instead of being signed by the mean business and intend to buy, if they

whole, committee (we presume there Of five thousand people will\ probably esTAjuSHeo can find such a bargain as they want. GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS >*K Francis fl Leggett & 0

were several members), Is subscribed toby leclde to settle on the East Coast. JACKsoNviLU FLA. ROBBISS & GRAUAU Co., ,

R Mr, Blltch alone. The report I* Hon. W. S. Llnton, U. S. congressman Titusville, Fla.

made out In the singular number, and of Saginaw, Mich., has been In St. Augustine Fine Groceries.Fruits .

lie tell of what "I" saw lIe thinks for the past few days In the
L K. Ml'NN, FTMt. .. O. VAKLANDIXGHAM. sec. Trra
the lease system Is a good thing for the interests of this colony Mr. Flagler PIICENIX MILLS LUMBER CO. and Vegetables Florida ft Western Meats of all tit
convict: as well a* the state; and say told an ADVOCATK: representative that ,

the food "so far a* I had an opportunityto he: prospects of securing this large body TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE. -
and well uf was good, and he
determine" wa sufficient Immigrant very ; laoorpomtwl October 1894- _" to K. Manson Co.
final arrangement :3T-: Agents for Williams A Clark Fertilizer Co. Tour orders lollclted.Vel'J' .
had why
cooked. So far a* he an opportunity JaW no reason
Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
i Did he have any opportunity t for their coming could not be made
Kept constantly on hand. Also special bill of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched Truly I LL7i'on c3 FonSter
Did ht attempt to eat any of It himself tHe within the next few day*. The coming
lumber dressed to order. Barrel head and cover and cypress tanks of all sizes
that the sanitation I* good and of five thousand people to Lake Worth
says made as called for. All Kind Of MOttldiH0S Timed Ud Scroll Wort IICCliltJ
that "the quarter of the convict in : t. something of great Importance. It RICHARD W. OOODE. JAMES T. HOG6.
of firm Is a contractor and builder of years' experience
of Dale One our many ,
many of the camp are far superior to maws that the population Notary PoblJo& 1eerssw
to make estimates and take contracts for the construction
that prepared
we are
of the free laborer who are employed county: will\ be Increased more than a
and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and Intbe
In the phosphate mine." We hundred per cent, and one colony will\ most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Florida Real Estate Exchangtf

are glad to learn of this; but It look a* ring others. The building\ of hotels -- i Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.
if some of the free laborer might think and railroads and cutting of canals are

# it a good plan to commit a felony seas enterprises of undoubted benefit to any : Write us for descriptive prtee Bst.
to better their condition, get more comfortable section;but the coming of actual settlers

and healthful quarter, better -of five thousand people-who are tillers -POSTOFFiCEBOX I8O. -

food and more of It. There I something > of the soil\ who will\ build houses) and Indian River C/ MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.

wrong with a ayctem which a* a result plant groves and vineyards, and cultivate -

of Its operation, make It Impossible for our rich land., mean much more ----

an honest laborer to sustain himself as ,than hotel, railroad or canal .
means an era for the Souvenir
comfortably a* a convict. We would Cast Coast which will\ permanent and #; Spoons

like to see a full and thorough Investigation olid. Mr. Flagler realizes this; h. I* Lumber and House Building Materials +

of the convict camp made at aware of the Importance of securing this ,
future time and we cannot colony, and their coming Is but the outgrowth 75c $$1 $$1.50 $$1.75..1..Y'TIIOJ"r .
semi and the effort i I
: of enterprises M Sash Doors and Blinds Cement Nails
with Mr. Butch a* to the lease I.tembeln ,of> his assistants. Lime ,

a good thing. We would like to BROS., a

see It torn up root and branch. Then Wine of Cardul Builders' Hardware.
ws cannot help think of the report
and. THEOFORO-S BLACK-DRAUGHT art Sized Special
which show that Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a
L. D. WoiubeH
merchants la Watch Clock ud Jeielrj Repairing 0 )
over fifteen per cent of the death In the for sale by the following ,

convict camp are credited to sopblles. ritusville: Fred 8. Chaffe A Co. G. F. PADDISON, rR

Anybody who know anything of this J. D. Screven. TITUSVILLE FLA., and tAU GALU


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