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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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(e jt. 19. NO. 17. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 93, 1800. PRICE, 5o.



3 LOCAL NEWS Tltusville] Social Club will givea -Have jan paid your subscription ? -Mr. Jos. T. Ball', of Daytona, spent HUNTING AND FISHING ON Champlain, Plattsburg, N. Y., during
dance in the Opera house to-night If not p'oaso do so. a few, hours In town yesterday. the summer.
THE EAST COAST.
of General Interest. (Friday). Manager Chas Couch of Hotel PlacUlo
Bd Topics -Mr. Charles II. Stewart, of Mel- -Mf. ,Wm. M. Merwln, of Rockledge: ,
NOVELTIES IN PEARL GOODS. NEW bourne in town paid visit to Jacksonville Wednes Jacksonville quite pleased the large
wa yesterday.Mr. a on the
Worth
In Lake at of
and late patterns nice for Christmas Fishing present amount patronage ho Is receiving
.lri and General Gonslp In connection gifts. 1 UK EAOI.E, CLOTIIING STOKE. Charles W. Blakeslee, of New day. time Is all that could be desired. Miami from residents of tho north and south.

ri iwlth nay, Lake Worth, Indian, Haven, Conn., writes us that he is on -The Indian River Band gave: one of Mrs. Maulden and Miss Lola Smith The Eden Indian
BUcnyn Netherby River
u and Halifax Rivers, Key West -Mr. J. E. Ingraham, third vice-pres his way to Rockledge: for the winter. their weekly open-air concerts on the recently caught nearly a boatload of: under the on of ,
Mrs. M.
|Banana ident of the F. E. C. Railway was in bandstand last night. bluefish and In ona day. management; A.
Point along the grouper
I and an other Important town on Tuesday.Mr. OUR NOVEL LINE OF NECKWARE is Curtiss, i Is now open and ready to receive
I East Count of Florida. Brief mention off complete, s.el'cted.especially for Christmas -Mrs. Henry T. Titus left here, yes- Mr. Chas. Hall, of New York, was a guest. It Is In tho heart of the pineapple .

I intere.tlng Events from Various Part Eugene: Randall, of Boston, whois gifts. EAGLE CI.OTIIIXO.STOUE. terday, for Jacksonville, where she expects passenger on Friday's: southbound train ten section. Visitors should stop at
I Ube World I About People Ton Know well known In Eau Gallic and Mel- to remain several weeks. route to Fort Pierce. He Is a note Huston station, on the grounds head
lind People You Don't Know- Picked bourne, is now enjoying: the hunting at -Mr. Geo: W. Gibbs, of St. Augustine amateur fisherman, anti made some line nd. on 7th page
and staff ,* was a passenger! on Wednesday'strain Tlbbals Items came too late for this and Palm .
I Our Society Editor a large Magnolia Springs, Fla. catches on Indian Rher at ,
I DO by scattered along the en route to Palm Beach. Issue. Correspondence must reach this Beach l last winter. Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville, is among
of Correspondents -Mr. Geo. Singleton:: of Rocklcclge, office not later than Wednesday.Mr. the many now hotel ads tho ADVOCATK _,
1 rut Count of Florida. who has been on a trip to Chicago, stop- -The Indian River State Bank has Our Melbourne correspondent says: has received this wcok. This fine hotel,
ped off her from Tuesday until Wednes- been sending out some pretty little cal- E. J. Seymour left hero Wednesday Mr. Bonder has spent the pant week under the management of Dodge; & Cul- "J

THE ADVOCATE, day, on his way home. endars this week. We acknowledge for Palatka, to order more cypress hunting and camping In tho woods west lens, I Is open all the year round, and la .'.

In advance. receipt of one. lumber for the tent protection company. of hero and bus been very successful. In largely patronized: by northerners and

$1.50 per" six annum months, *' -We correspondence cannot guarantee; from the Insertionof -We acknowledge, with thanks, receipt Captains Vogel and Spencer, the killing birds and wild turkeys; ho says southerners. The "pink paper of Flor .
anypaitofthoEast
$1.00 to foreign countries of a neat little leather card and government hull and boiler inspectors, there Is plenty of game here to satisfy ida' Is on sale at this hotel.
Coast that arrives
$2.00 an. at this office later
per from the in short while man: who Is fond of good hunting.; :
Southern town
stamp case Savings were ; Wednesday, any
Tho Grand
View hotel
subscribe for the ADVOATE ,than Wednesday. By that: day we are Jacksonville, lan
i When by you the year, it does not cost you crowded with news. it Trust Co., Jacksonville.A en route from Sanford to Jacksovlllo. Mr. A. H. Gladwin, ot( Pittsflchl, Mass., well known houso situated three blocks

three cents per week, postage included. prominent Jacksonville merchant, -Mr. U. C. Stokes, formerly of Hobo was fishing at the Haulover canal, yesterday from tho now postolllco and govcinment
Messrs.V
E.: Faber of Sharpes C.
printed ; writing us yesterday, says: "You may Sound Is now residing in Beaufort, N. C., and hauled in eight fine trout, buildings. It Is tilted with all modern
I date of expiration upon B. baudeis of ludinuola and Misses
r Note week. This ; continue my ad in your pink paper. I having,: just left Hendcrsonville whore one tipping the scales at llllm. Mr conveniences, electric bolls, hot and cold ;.
Ivo'tir
Annie Bellows of llaidccvillc
paper or wrapper every No need and Beatrice am well satisfied with the results fromit. he and his wife have been spending the Gladwin Bays ho has fished at all points water baths, etc., nnd has been newly ,
receipt for your money. Sanders, of Indi\nni| sailed up to ." past summer. along,: the East: Coast, but tho Haulover furnished. It i8 l under tile management
for us to send receipt for subscription. Tit usvllle Sunday/ returning the same x
n canal beats them all.Cnpt.'W of Mr. E. H. Snnborn. Road! nd. on our
llhedategUesIttoyou. evening.Mr. -Mr. Benj. W. .Jerome, of Rockledge, -Mr. C. F. Hopkins, recently proprietor Ith' page
Please place this paper in your came up to town on Wednesday, for the of the St. Augustine Herald, is In Ai: Coster, manager; of Canav .
W W. L. May formerly of the Sun Mr. Leland
of eral Club was in town recently and gave Sterry, manager o! tho ,
[ room. purpose attending to the Daimler engines town to-day, in the interests of ills book, .
t reading is day Call, Jacksonville, arrived in town, on board Mr. E. M. Goodal1's fine "From Jacksonville to Key West and this office a short call. The day before llrymnnwr hotel, Baynmawr, Pn. ; anti
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE ODsale Monday, for the of taking: a Hotel Flanders
purpose pos he to Titusville Dr Chaa. G. I'hlladelphllpassell
five pleasure launch, Nemo. Cuba. lIe is on his way to Palm Beach came over ,
at
at the following. news-stands, ition as'foreman in the mechanical department Weld'and Mr. T. Watson Merrill, two through; here, Monday, en route to Palm ,
ants per copyTitusvilleFred: of the McFarland:- Tent Protection -Mrs.\ C. A. Robinson, of Eden, was a L Mrs: Fred Sterry and Dr. and Mrs crack shots from Boston, killed 127 Beach. Ho was accompanied by a. largo

S. Chaffee. Co. passenger on yesterday's northboundtrain Fremont Smith and three children, puss- ducks. Pretty good for one day's sport number of tho Palm Bench Inn hotel

J, B. Screven. the calendars receivedat and told our local reporter she was ed thl'oujth.hero., Wednesday, en routeto help-over 100. Mr. Sterry said ho Intended
Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. Among: pretty on her way to Altoona, Penn., to spendthe Palm De ch. Mrs. Sterry is the wife Mr. Charles F. Naothlng, of New York, spending a day or so fishing era ;
t Windsor hotel.SL this .office during the week, is one Christmas holidays with her married of the manAger; of Hotel Royal Poiuciana, who has been spending,: a. few weeks on opening the hotel i

Augustine-Alcazar hotel. from the Ashley Phosphate, Charleston daughter.Mr. while Dr. Smith is the head physician of his house-boat, RQHO Marie, hunting and '
S. C. It is well worth a position on the same palatial hotel. fishing, loft for home on Wednesday, to Mr. A. M. Taylor, manager of the If
the wall of our editorial room, where it Ashley Glrardeau, a former employee ? spend the Christmas holidays with his Casino St. Augustine, has accepted anInvitation +
jf- Reading notice ads. are ten centsper now hangs. I of the F. E. C. Railway, is now -Mr. Jan. F. Blackwood, of Augusta, family. Ho Informed us he had had a from the Board of Trade to

| line on this page. -:Mrs. Wru. M. Drown and family will the traveling passenger agent of the Ga., the popular and well known reprosontative glorious; time while on Indian River, nnd to bo ono of the speakers at n function "
Southern Railway. Mr. Girardeau is of Bell Bros. & Co. Charleston to bo given by that In the 1
body
-Capt. W. II. Sharpe was in town a spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. would return to Tltusvlllo In February, near
[ this week. Brown's mother and father Capt. and certainly a hustler, and we wish him S. C., is about to leave: for England, to go: on another hunting and fishing future at Jacksonville..; Mr. Taylor Is a
day or so
every success in his new positioa. to spend the New Year holidays with his cruise. fluent and witty speaker, and the members ,Jj
Mrs LL R. Jones of New Hartford
-Capt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, was parents. Ho has been lu Jacksonville of the Board may look for something
Conn. to return to Titus WE HAVE LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
I in town a a day or so this week. They expect this week, in the Interest of his com amusing ;
ville about the 1st of January.Mr. Ladies Oxfords, also button and lare Part of J. L. Enos' communication was .
-Prof. Chas. B. Cory and wife passed shoes we have marked down for Christmas pany. libelous and too personal for these columns The Buckingham hotel, St. Augustine,
through here, Saturday last, en route to. .. Basil Gill, the the well known Steamship Florida trade only. They are great values/ -We understand that :Mr. Charles K. and was struck out; while another opened for the season on Friday last, j

I Palm! Beach.Mr. passenger agent of Mallory all cut from $1 tD $1.25:! per pair. Kenyon, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who owns wrltei's communication wan so bitter under the, rnnnngcmont of George C. \
in .
Line whoso headquarters) are EAGLE CLOTUINO STORE Titusville. a fine residence/ and orauge grove at this Howe. Mr. Howe has successfully ,.
Jacksonville that it had, to be thrown out entirely. operated
of
Geo. C. Harris compliments
.Jacksonville is receiving
many
place, bag accepted a commission as assistant thl< house for a number of \
(returned to the metropolisMonday, on from the traveling public, owingto -Capt. W. II. Sharpe ban made arrangements In the machinery and electricity Our columns are always open for dl<- and each tho1' Buckingham yours Inpopularity ,< \,
I the afternoon train. his very obliging and genial character- : by which he will be able to department of the Paris Exposition of cusslug any subject of Interest, but the year grows d '
writers must use parliamentary and ) A. B. Bacon, late of the '?
-Operator Howell, who was here reliving istics. retain his orange grove and residence at 1000. Ills uncle, Senator Thou., C. Platt, libelous language to friend or fee, nom mid Curtis House, Lennox: !Mass., will assist| |
the
W. F. Jibb for a few days re- -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of Tib- Sharpes. Ire says tent protecting has'been using his Influence In the matter be brief In their remarks. Mr. Ho wo AS room clerk ,
scheme has considerably the .
|turned Monday to Bunnells. bals who have been spending: several ,altered ;
; aspect of things, and ho ban given the Manager Fred Starry, of tho Homo- i
-Conductor Copeland passed through months in Ohio, Maryland and other McFarland<' protection Co. an order -Mr. E. M. Ooodall Ii prominent man.ufacturer SPECIAL SALES of Fahny's A:: Atom! hotel, lint Springs, Vn., nnd Royal ';

here Sunday on his way to Fort Fierce, states, passed through here, Tuesday, en for 100 tents to cover some of his best of Sanford, Me., arrived In Boss 20-year, gold-filled Elgin and Wai- Polnclann, and Inn, "!'alibi "Bench, wo
I in Jackson- route home. They had a delightful$ time town, .Monday, accompanied by Mr. J. tho
after spending a few days trees. tham watches, lady's or gents, 8.88 and among passengers on yesterday's I
vine. while away; but Mr. Harris brought W. Lcjwltt. Mr. Goodall, whoso many $12.45. Catalogues freer E. II. Arm., southbound train. Ho stopped over a '

back; with him, as a northern souvenir, a -Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett) : and I friends are glad to see him town, has strong, 55; Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.Demi .. day or so at Jacksonville, St. Augustine ,
-Mr. W. F. L. Jibb returned Sunday children of Grand Mich have
flue old cold. Rapids, I come south to take his usual winter and Oimond, on his. way south, and was ::
I(torn a trip to Jacksonville, where he been enjoying a visit of several day with
cruise In his fine auxllllary yacht Nemo ''
Wetmore after accompanied by Mr Harry W. Soarlo
I worked for a few days in the Western -Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Mrs. Matthews, at Charleston S. C., but which will undergo considerable alterations *. cashier of tile Inn. ,
with
several mouths
visit of >
eujoylug; a
Union office. to their Christmas at
I Connecticut expect spend Day- Nelson's ways ere she is placed a
relatives and friends in tona. Mr. A. B. Turner-well known on lu the water. If the growers at any shipping point Hotel St. James" Jacksonville, I II ':
-Mr. II. S. Rams and County Supt. Jacksonville
stopped over a.week in on Indian River-expects to spend a few having telegraphic communication, combine again open for the season, nnd Manager |
|Jno. II. Sams, Courtenay, sailed up their way home Titusville, where they days with Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett) at -Mr, Henry B. Mace, prominent resident to favor us with part of their New J. It. Cam bell'l host of friend are .

I to Titusville on Sunday afternoon, returning arrived on Monday, looking remarkablywell Daytona ere leaving for Rockledge and of New York, who has been the York shipments, wo will telegraph each again glad! to welcome him to the old J

| on Monday. after their northern sojourn. Their Eau Gallic. guest of the Indian River hotel, at this man's sales dally. Wo will send the el- stand The ofllco force for the present, <
Jacksonville many friends are pleased to bee them at place, for several weeks past, has pur- ho will consist of A. R. Wood '
-Capt. R. G. Ross, of a gram to tho express agent, so can post room clerk; }
Minor S. Jones Mrs. Jones
I well known contractor in this state, is home again.Mr. Judge chased Cowlu's house-boat Edna C. It It up for your Information. Those desiring and II, E. L. Smith, cashier; with other .1
Wade Jones and Annie
I now at Georgetown, S. C., where the W. F. Greaves general Southern also Mr. Mrs. Jones daughter arrived here; is now undergoing several alterationsand this service will please forward a clerks to arrive. l'routy'lorcheRtm will
ADVOCATE follows.Mr. freight agent of the Cleveland, Cincinnati -I Stanley Improvements, which, when completed request) for it. /Stencils will bo furnished soon be on baud to enliven things around !i
Klondike
from afternoon.
whose on Sunday will make her a very cozy galling McCoim( : & Co. the popular Ht. James hotel. Read ad..
Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Co., on application. J
and Mrs. J. W. Merrill of Kan- The Judge and family had been spendingtwo
craft. Mr Mace will use her for cruising 4th
headquarters are in Atlanta, ban the :309!) Washington/ ., N. Y. on page
I aaa City, Mo., were among Saturday'ssouthbound weeks at the Judge's; beautiful on Indian River, and he will bo accompanied
I passengers, en route to their thanks of the ADVOCATE for a fine en-of orange grove, which contains already by Mr B. F. Bull.)) We understand Mr. Chas. A. )Merrltt who !II always i

I toe winter home at Tropic\ graving of the Prince and Princess 1.000 trees; some of them were set out a Mr. Mace will take n ,supply of AMONG THE HOTELS alive to the want of the traveling public, ;

Wains. It is mounted in a neat gold- little over a year ago and will bear fruit fishing tackle along, to see If ho cannot line Inaugurated a special feature In connection .
I -Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Merwin's numer- frame and is quite an adornment for I
gilt next fall. The Judge sadly needed a with Hotel Rathbun. Jacksonville -
break the record of Mr Joe Jefferson
l out friend were glad to see them at the walls of our editorial room. The AIIVOC TIC Is now on file at al
rest. In the fall, when so many of the and other well known amateur fisher by chartering a special car from
their the best hotel In Now York
Rockledge installed in city.
I bautlful again, -Miss Louise M. I'owe, of Aurora, N. Circuit Judges were having their vacation men, such a* C F. Naethlng, John M. the union passenger station to the hotel
home at the corner of Barton the work belonging to them fell Where the East Coast. for tho benefit of the '!'hI. s
I I'enue. Y., was a pleasant visitor to town on Lallln, Charley Hall and other New to stop along guests. car
Monday. She was on her way to Rock- upon Judge; Jones Last fall the Judge Yorkers See li.tof hotel on 4th and 7th pages may be recognized by a sign on either #

-Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, of ledge to look after her orange grove and listened to arguments: from nine in the Do want to hotel and side upon which painted, "To Merrltt'
purchase a
Grand Rapids, Mich., passed through to take a short rest from her arduous morning until one o'clock the'' following For Sale. you f If do read ad. on 7th Rathbun Hotel." Mr. Merrltt Is certainly "1
here, Saturday last, on their way to Rock- dude at Welles College. Her many morning, with only two short breaks for cottage you a live and onorgotlo man; and his

I ledge, where they are ,always welcome old-time friends were glad to see her on dinner and supper. We are glad; to say The most desirable- In the page'w manager, Mr. Dalton I II closely following yin

| Tutors. Indian River again. Miss Powe stoppedat the Judge* and family. have benefltted by center of Rocklfldge; on property Barton avenue; Where to stop In Tltuivllle. See hotel his footstep. i I

-The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, the Indian River hotel from Monday the trip. consisting of five acres covered with and boarding house odvt, on 7th Manager J. 0. Bant, of the Indian I ,

Ibo are at Stetson University; and the until Tuesday when she left' for Rock- thrifty orange trees, also two cottages png. River hotel, Tltiiivllle. ; ha established 1

Misses Bessie Hall and Zandie and Katie ledge. Wanted. th reon. Apply to Mr. L. If Gale will occupy a position such a reputation for good dinners at his .

Stewart! who are at St. Joseph's Acad- WM. M. }f1tJ&WIN Mllford) Conn. a* room clerk at the Inn, Palm Beach, hostelry, especially) on feast day that

"7. St. Augustine, will arrive home to- The I1ou -noat Cruiser, Experienced party In stock raising After Nov. 20th Rockledge, Fla. this season. many of the town families have already, I
by to been booked for ChrUtrna dinner which
spend the Chrismas, holidays. wants a partner with capital to start a Mr A. Hawkins, former hotel clerkat they know by past experience will be a ,1

-Mr. C. K. Kenyon left on the 5:30wain : Now at Rockledge, wants persons for cattle ranch In South Florida; best loc Tltusvllle Laundry. Hotel Coquina, Ormond. ha been engaged satisfying feast Mr. Bast assure u* '

: Tuesday morning, for his home inreoklyn. one day or more; or will go to the rivers cation In the state. Address, Mrs. Geo. Cook-of Titusville is now ; by Mr. J. A. Boitrom, the new that everything good from far and near ,

lie took the remains of his and keys of the East: Coast. W., care ADVOCATE, prepared to do laundry, work ,of proprietor.The will bo served on that day In Chef Net-! :: ;

Deceased wife with him for re-interment 2t S. E. STEARNS, Rockledgo. TltiiHvllle, Fla. description. All work guaranteed.every new Hotel Roseland, Jacksonville, on'* boat tylo. Tho recent arrival at ti; |

"Greenwoodcemetery, Brooklyn. This Leave your washing at G. F. Duren'i I\1 open under new management This at tho hotel are a* follow: Jo*. 8.Knowle i

war referred to in last week's ADVOCATE. Empty Sugar and nice Barrels corner store, opposite! ADVOCATE office. hotel I II in a line location being only two *, New York; M R. Burkhalter
Notice. block from the Ostrich Farm. when Atlanta Ga.; Mr*. A, Russell, Lemon ,.
-- visiting Jacksonville, remember Hotel City; Dr. %Vrn. Grlsard and! wife, Winchester -
Grape Fruit Trees. For wile. Address,
Call upon C. W. Crabb Cocoa, and WAJ.TKU A. MOOIIK, A Beautiful Winter Homo Roueland. Revd ad. on .Ith page. Tenn. ; J. 0'Urlen, New Smyrna; I

settle those little I. O. U. accounts due SOfeb 8 George St. Charleston S; C. Howard of the W. E. Britt, Jacksonville; Chas K. Ken-
For sale, extra nursery of 8,000 drape 1U--20: J. D. CitAuii, Agent. : For sale very cheap, on east side of. Mr. Myron L. manager Mich. U yon, Brooklyn, N. Yj; J, B, Coarsey,
"uit Trees; 4,500 budded. Hobo Hound Indian River; opposite Imperial hotel, Petookey.the againat Savannah, Ga.; J. L Baker, Jacksonville; *}

Apply, box: 271, Orlando, Fla. for A JJargaln. tore, postofllce and express ofilce; about his old itand behind desk his of Hotel !t. C. Scott, Atlanta, Oa.A. C. II. Alden, \\
where
Jacksonville
Cottage Kent. IS acres, 300 ft.-river and Atlantic ocean i Windsor have many St. Augustine; Dr Poek, Melbourne

For sale, at Cocoa, on Indian River, front; seven rooms, bath and screened I friend been ,giving\ him a hearty ; Mr*. E. M. Brackett Rock I- *,{

Fine Lunches. On of the most desirable cottages on Florida, a fine residence and the schoon verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmill II greeting. land, Win. ; Jo. L. Erman, Jacksonville; 1 [
the East Coast, located at Melbourne; er-yacht Seminole. House stands on and large tank. Good wharf and warehouse Tbe Palm Beach Inn, Palm Beach, M. I.. Hoover/ J. Owen, F. M. Wooten, 8|

If you need a good chop, steak or any- overlooking the Indian River, pert doorto prominent point overlooking Indian River ; also 4-room bath-house on ocean I }'Ia. will throw open Its door for the St. Augustine; Miss Gray, Ml us Jeanette

"Ing else In the eating line, do not fail, Hotel Carleton one story and large ; has 105 ft river front; :2 blocks northof beach, Jroile from residence. Cocoanuts season to-morrow, Mr. IelamlSterry/ Wilson, (ion. M, Robbln and wife, Rufus

a whey I in St. Augustine, to go: to Orange large attic; wide porches; contains parlor main part of town, on shell road call- and ornamental plant Apply for Illustrated will be In charge, and Mr. II. W. Searle Robblu, Miss Annie Paddlson. W. II.

: Owes' Lunch and Oyster Rooms, corner dining-room, library and two bed ed Palmetto avenue, contains U) room. booklet, price etc., to will, a* usual look after the exchequer, McFarland and wife W. H, McFarland I l

Cathedral place near the bridge. rooms, all completely furnished, Includ. and bath, sewered to the river, verandaon CHAS. R. SKHJEANTHO.V, In which department he 1 III quite an ex- jr., Titusville; 1). llfoyer, N. Schwab.
ing silver and china. Attic can be used three sides, first class sea wall and 321 Jackson Building, pert[ New Orleans; H, J. Lerch and wife, E

as bedroom also. Bath is supplied with boat house; about l\ acres of ground; 75 Nashville, Tenn. Trelchler, l'a.j; W, F. Jibb F. E. C. Ry.;
Our DeLand correspondent : 1
Launch ID ---- --- ayi Jacksonville O. B. Sander
0 Harris
For Sale.la Artesian water Geo. ;
hot and cold water. orange tree, 30 trees bearing, :25: boxes The work on that flue and beautifully
and lawns. Range In kitchen. New Year 1WOO. *, Miss Beatrice Sander, Indsanola;
bath on last
of oranges year. located the Arm I I.
first-class running condition a bar.iin. For the season, hotel College pro- MU Annie Bellow, llardeovtlle; W. E. '
cistern.
; and
Out-houses Yacht is 50 feet on keel, 22 feet beam, I I.
and It expected to
Dimensions 30 feet overall 32 less that three pressing steadily Faber W. H. bharpq, /Sharpe; .J. H. 1
; ; $200; (not draws aft 2tf( Inches, forward 14 Inches The old, well-known George Hushes ,
keel J feet beam 28 inches draft lease all liave everything completed a* to open Sam, 31. 8. Pain, Courtenay; David G.
; months' given), $50. foot centerboard, promenade deck Drug Store, Bay and Ocean streets, Jack-
ID next month. The new addition I II being
,"i -horse ho rmhai motor; speed, Apply to F. Robertson, Hotel Carle- around cabined with 7state rooms, large sonville, recently purchased by HeflleyUroi. artistically finished Inside and out, a Weene and wife, New York; I.. A. Myers, ,,

I I ID"out 8 miles an large carry- ton, Melbourne, Fla.; or to W. C. Barnes, galley closets, store rooms, refrigerator, ., druggists and chemists, graduate largonnmberot the room being en ulte. North Carolina; /Sheriff P. H. Nugent,
capacity for passengers or freight; 1733, Q Street, Washington, D. C. eto. and is completely furnished, and Is of the New York College of Pharmacy Ocala; Mia Louise M. I'owe, Rockledge;
Copies, and seated from Item to stern, the, most convenient yacht In Florida open the New Year with a new and Manager O. D. Seavey and wife, of K.,M. Goodall, J, W Leavitt Sanford, <<

&lid r cushioned. Fittings: anchors The San Mateo Cigar, waters. Will sell residence, yacht, etc., complete stock. I Magnolia Spring; hotel, have been spend Me.; E. U. Jodge, Jacksonville, ; W. L. I
o cables all complete and In good at a big bargain. Their assortment of Huyler' Candy ing a few day In Jacksonville this week. May, W. J, Karnes, Chicago; J. $.Da ngb, !

a pir'bFor full Particulars and price; Florida Tobacco Write for further particular to Perfumery, etc., will please any ChrUtma Mr Seavey U very porulart and WM a J. E. Ingraham, St. Auguatlne: O. U. .
to All Pure O. )t. HCSTOS, or New Year's customer Come Former manager of de Leon Floyd Orlando; W. lI'. HapgooU, New
ir. MACIIATTIC East Coast Grown 111. St. Augustine He manage Hotel York Tribune New York. ,
made them. 203 State street Chicago, and get acquainted.
No better try
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S 1MJ1AA KJVEB ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 22, 1899. ,



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A FAIR KLONDIKgR. AIR SLAKED LIME.It A Night of Terror.
Do SEED PO A TOES.
Y f
: MaMMI* "Awful anxiety was felt for the widowof
Over the Yukon Trail to m. Laundrr I* an Excellent Thin With Whlelt of MAcblas
the brave General Burnham, -
!. DawsoA ta Blake War ,
Cltr. oa Reap Me., when the doctors said she
The frigid Yukon is, as familiar to Late .In the fall the poultry man begins could not live till morning writes Mrs.

Miss Edith Howe as the Hudson to to have trouble with roup and 8. H. Lincoln, who attended her that Improved Rose $:,1.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write

New York excursionists. This young other ailments which are due to rains fearful night.$ "All thought she must for tear t

woman has been up and down that and dampness and If roup breaks out soon die from Pneumonia, but she begged menials from largest potato planters In Florida.

river road to Dawson City and the for Dr. King's New Discovery, saying 1 It
In a flock before winter the probability fresh Garden and Field Seeds always in stock.
of Write
Klondike lots of times. had more than' on.ce saved her. life, and Full line for price| is,
Is that It will not disappear before next had cured her of Consumption. After
ALL WHO' Miss Howe has returned to her home .
n J, summer, and one-half the fowl will be three small doses she slept easily all the L. CAMERON, Seedsman
In Rapid City, 8. D., for a brief rest ,

1 ADVERTISE to recuperate from an attack of typhoid swept away, as It Is contagious' The night,hei.and" its This further marvelous use medicine completelycured 1 Is 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE

fever. Then she'll go back to great difficulty of handling and doctorIng guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and FLA

Ile THE her prosperous laundry in Dawson and the fowls makes any attempt at Lung DI eaKes. Only! GOc and $1. Trial

1 l7 continue to make money. curfng them very expensive. There is bottles free at F. S. Cbaffee's drug store GEORGE MARX. JOHN

: IWAU H RIVE 4 4I The experience of her life was a trip one substance which has been found )[ARX.1VI .

which she made alone down the river by experiment to destroy the germs of
11 11I JFl
I from Dawson City In midwinter with roup, and that fs air slaked lime. The The way of the wise man Is to let the BROS.Wholesale

: AbVO(4Tt7q. ( advantages of Its use are that It Is woman have her own way. Dealers In' .

I :, cheap and can be easily applied with It Is probably the excessive liabilities
out handling/ the birds. To prepare It
.' that make marriage a failure. GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE ,
let the stone lime slake In the air, and ,,

when It Is In a fine condition add a All men are made of dust, but some

!.q. ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING pint of'crude carbolic acid to a bushel dust is about two-thirds sand. 131 and 133 East Day Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street! ,

r' --- of the fine lime, being careful to Inti It sometimes happens that a man'. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
mately mix the two substances. Crude ,
prY; A Delicious<
I ,.. Moose at Christ man Dinner. cost carbolic of about acid CO can cents be purchased'a gallon and at Is a ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITYWe

Seed first one pound of raisins, when as good as the refined article for the son has been troubled for years

I' preparing to make an English plum pudding purpose. Twice a week scatter the air with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I
persuaded him to take some of Cham- are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes
;i ; mix with them a pound of currants slaked lime and carbolic acid after and Cow Pen
walls berlain's Colic, Cholera! and Diarrhoea guaranteed genuine. We also curry a full line of nay, Grain and Feed. We
mixing the under
over floors wan
1:1" and ]half a pound of minced orange pool;
) Reroidy. After using two bottles of the your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be peased.MAR.'t .
the roosts. In the nests and over the
4.r dust over a quarter of a pound of flour. 25-cent; size lie was cured... i give this
4 Chop fine one pound of suet; add to It a yards. Flrstsscatter It over the yards. testimonial\ hoping %some one similarly BROTIIERS, Jacksonville' Fk
Sell to Dealers.
Spade or plow them and then broad- afflicted read It and be-benefitted. WWe only
c of brown half may
of a pound sugar,
quarter \4J east It over the surface agn.'n.! If a THOMAS C. :BOWER Glencoe, O. For

." a nutmeg, grated, three:
., pound of stale, dry breadcrumbs Mix move the fowl and give, that yard a ers.

all the Ingredients together: Beat five double quantity of the mixture of acid

: ,;'ti eggs, withput separating, until light; add and I lime. The object 'should be to destroy John B Stetson UniversityDELANO

to them half n pint of grape or orange MISS EDITH HOWE. the germs ot'tbe disease. In' Blaster's Sale. ,

: the ingredients and her dog tram. The thermometer was winter use wooden troughs and clean -----
( juice; pour over dry
often CO degrees below zero ,and yet them every day. as disease Is usually ADER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE ,
f mix thoroughly. The mixture oh on, Id U of foreclosure and saleentered in the Cir FLORIDA.
she never experienced u moment's In- established through the drinking wa .
t: should be milt Court for lirevaril County, Florld'alna
each
be but particle
not wet, con\eulence from the cold. ter. Have hospital.. which'should\ be certain cause therein depending, wherein
:1 moistened. Ifack this into small greased She wax clad warmly In a suit of kept clean and disinfected In the same Helen Walton et al., are complaints and William
II. H. OIeallOn, et al.,are defendants, I will!
kettles. Put on the covers, stand the buckskin und In her sleeve she car- manner. A pinch of chlorate of potash sell at public auction' to the highest and. best f ;" v-- ,

mould In the steamer, and steam for ried a silk handkerchief She walked should be sprinkled down the throat of bidder tot cash; on the F ,"''' !tIA4ETH mq

J: ..,. ten hours. The easier way is to get the In front of her dogs and when she,felt the sick fowl twice a day and If It FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. D. 1900, .>1.:,... .... .'.., ,\,;!,;.,.;:.;.j ,

; Ingredients ready the night before; mix her face tingling she would rub the does not get well In lens than a week during In front the of the l legal Court horse house of sale Door the in Tltnsvllle following,, ..J; ,.. (;", ," :.l

pot vigorously with her handkerchief cut off Its head and burn or bury the described real estate situated in lirevard County .'w', ; '" 'J
and them on early in the morning, :, ; ,
put :
!Florida to-nlt: .it
I
which always brought back the: circulation body. Hoarse breathing, lumps on the
AlloftheNE'X of Section 20, Township 27t
them to cook all day. Take ;
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allowing of the blood. She made the 400 face foul odor and cough, are Indications South Range 37 East, excepting M.47 acres now ".;:"I1 1Io'
them from the steamer, remove the lids miles In 14 drives, which considered of a discharge from the owned liy Will.Treutler In the Northeast corner '
was coup '
of said tract, describ. a In Itoed Hook'Y" at ;!:
V t of the kettles' moulds, and allow the unusually good.At nostrils\ usually being also noticed. The page .272. D.L.. OAULDEX,
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& puddings to cool}; then replace the l lids one time she hired out to a dredging lumps on' the face with swollen eyes. 8IpciallIIaster., .

I and put tho puddings' away, They will. company at White Horse as a cor-' accompanied with a very foul bdor to "
.
'1 f'< keep in a cool place for several monthsor respondent. She was to receive' $3.000 the breath of the sick bird. Indicate Order<< of Publication..

f a -December Ladies' Home a year to write descriptive articles of roup In u severe form. It will be quitea p
year.
f. the company's operations for. 'a boomIn saving of time and tabor as 'well as
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE. SEVENTH
'. Journal.
.I". the papers of\ the United States. of birds to use air slaked lime even IN Judicial Circuit, In and for Brevard Coun-
I'
She discovered I that It was a fake without the aid of carbolic acid, and ty. In Chancery.

i As a cure for rheumatism! Chamber- and quit. one cannot begin too early In the sea Frank Ri suiter E. Heath MS Executor and Eh rick of K.l| For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Bega

f lain's Pain Balm Is gaining a wide repu Purchasing a dog team she went to Bon.-I'oultry' Keeper.: Estate: or John Heath,'

i: tation. D. B. Johnson, of Richmond, Dawson City 'where; she secured the ed. -V 8Foreclosure I October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,

Ind., has been troubled with that ailment laundry contract of the Canadian Charles C. Converse and Mary

1 k'.; 'since"I never 1S02.found In speaking anything: that of it would he says relieve -: ,mounted police, which paid her $300 a that Getting newcomer III Measure."Is a naturalized. J.Florida Converse Hardware, his wife Company, and the, a I College, Academic} Normal, Art'and Music Departments. Large, commodiou

; me until I used Chamberlain's Pain month. She was permitted to take Englishman?" Inquired the earl. corporation, J I Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., insuilng
work from civilians which also To Charles C, Converse and Mary J. onverse. I
: Balm. It acts like rnaglo with me. My "No, answered the duke. "He's healthfulness! heated
perfect steam of 2:
buildings by
I brought inn good Income. It is hereby ordered1 that you appear at theClerk's ; throughout ; faculty
r foot was swollen and paining me very merely an unnaturallzed American.-. Office, at TitnsviUe, Florid, to the bill
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... much, but one good application of Pain Washington Star. of complaint entered against you in the above trained, and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information,
sale Ilenlth and Beauty. entitled cause, the
Balm relieved me. For by all upon Address. 'J."F., FORBES President
::1' druggists and medicine dealers. The popular Idea that electric lightIs Pro non o Pnbllco. FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, A. I),1800, ,
.... injurious to the bolt Is a' great mistake -, "I've and answer said bill in due course, otherwise the
a scheme to
Improve our street same will be taken against; you as confessed,

JAMAICA SORREL.. according turn to of one mind.woman She of has investigating car"What manners.Is It"?" and little further delay as,th may it this be order In the be INDIAN published RIVER with ADVOCATE as- o = .A.: S. B HI TT: JMI: : &; CO. ,

publiMhed atTitusvllle. Florida
once DEALERS IN .
been experimenting lately on the ell'ectot' "Have a chaperon on each car,", -Chi- each week for eight consecutive weeks. -
This plant resombles most of the gar electric light on the hair and has Record. Done by order at the Clerk's Ofllce at Titus F1.n.e: 'Wines' : : txa.d: Llctu.ors:
cago vlllo, this the ll'th day of December A. I). 1Hoo.A.A.8TKWART ; ,
den varieties ,
417, & 410 W. St.,
branching symmetrical bush. The stems want to have abundant and glossy Clerk of the Circuit Conit. Bay
Our honorary Title. By O.A. STEWA RT. D. C.Master's '
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
arc reddish brown, the leaves ,are a locks erfully electric to obtain light them.will help Electric you pow- "Why do you use 'Hon., .. :' in,..,..address-.." ... ..q .. .... .."......... ....",," ......:..........'...... -- ,
dark, rich green, slightly'ngtched, wijh light ..Injr! ajpftw..to.him?'*' : ;
has very much the effect. of l euiiilgui ""'I'llewaR Sale. I MONONGOIIKLAEye
three lanceolate lobes, the middle! ,ono once delegate to a coun-
on the scalp t'eople'who; live an outdoor -
It marvelous ty con\"entlon.-Chlcago Post.Spain's *
largest produces a
pro- life, particularly In sunny southern ... 'AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE _
,fusion of flowers, In quick succession, lauds are generally blessed with e. UNDER and sale entered In the Circuit ) *! Whiskey
Court for Brevard Co.Fla.in a certain
tl?; light yellow, two and a half inches across, good hair, and the conclusion is that Greatest Need. cause therein depending wherein John L. SturkIs t. !
, ; with a crimson center. Thfs U luclosed sunlight Is beneficial i to'It. the complainant, allli W. II.H.Oleason et al i I .o. .
3 Mr. R. P. Olivia of 'Barcelona are the defendants. I will sell at public auctionto Delivered to
Spain
In a green cup, the calyx, at the base of She believes mat electric light willcurl' the highest and best bidder for cash, duringthe
almost case of baldness and spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak legal hours of sale, on the ANY. PART OF THE STATE FOR
which outside is circle of five little any
a nerves had caused severe pains in the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY A.
,
hair fulling, In, from 2 to 12 months. D,1911O .., ..
organs, crimson, throe-ribbed, less than back of his head. On using Electric in front of the Court House door,Titusvllle, ...$3.20...
t t an Inch long a of an Inch wide Her directions are to keep the scalp' Bitters, America's gi en test Blood and Florida, the following described real estate,
quarter
Immaculately clean and to'sit.for an Nerve Remedy, i all pain soon left him situated in Brevard County, Florida, to-wit: t tlid PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID.
at base, and tapering to a, point. but. Ol'e' Commencing at a post on the Section line be- f -
, hour or 'u each day beneath an in lIe says this grand medicine is what his tween Sections 8 and U in Township 27, South 5'
. ,; side of this circle Is another; of ten small candescent lamp. It Is well to have a country needs. All America knows thatIt Range[ 37 East 3 M chains south of the quarter (, :Miami Rye,' $d, per gallon.

: er ones. After the dower falls out of common green shade over the lamp, cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies section post, ;thence from thence North 15o run North West 6II m o links East4.24ehains ; .e r' Gibson Rye, $4, per gallon.

\ {1 the calyx, those fifteen little leaves grow so as to focus all the light upon the the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens thence North 71 degrees and 30 minutes East .S -. Lewis 'Oft j Rye, $4. per gallon ,
head the nerves, puts vim, vigor' and new 13.50 chains to'Iu lan River, thence southerly Rye and Corn $1,50 to $2.50 per gallon
,' tender and juicy, and they are the eata- beneath. She also recommends life into every muscle, nerve and organ along; the river to the Northeast corner of land Mount Vernon Rye,.1892, $5 per gallon,
',', ble part of tho plant. They make a u bracing up of the general system by of the body. If weak, tired ''or'aliIng now, cr formerly owned by Mrs. Bessie Snell,
fresh air and thence South 72 degrees and 80 seconds, West
I beautiful jolly or jam, seedless, of course, exercise to increase the you need it. Every bottle guaranteed]{ 13,00 chains thence North 22Q, Wes'70 linKS,
t-fflcacy of the treatment thence South 68Q. west 3,41 chains to the section -
I only 60 cents. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, roil $
i' not distinguishable In appearance from line,thence North on said section line 3.57 3.20. .
; cranberry jelly and ,only an expert druggist. chains to the point of beginning. Said tract of
,: of the land being situated In Lots and 2 of Section 9,
!. 'l' "taster" can. perceive the slight difference J'A K E and the pennies Township 27,South Range 37 East,And contain. Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange, we will
,i. in flavor. poundswill Usually there is more rattle than anything ng 7.57 acres more or less. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
,r Tif take' care Also Lots an.12 of Section 27, Township 27, '
J i, Probably whole plant is pervaded of themselves." else in a rattling speech. South Range 37 East, containing M.6J acres, except FOUR FULL QUARTS '
7 acres olf the north end of Lot 1, and IB
w t.hthe, acid principle; an Infusion oft Large things.. Bigamy is simply an over: issue of matrimonial acres off the south end of Lot 21 jthe tract to be

t, the young leaves Is said to bo an ngrooa CARE are gati6u but an of aggre.small bonds.Women sold containing M. O acres.D... L. OAULDEN. Of the Celebrated Seven-Tear-Old

bio summer drink things. If we \ Special Master,

+ The fibers of the bark are tough, as in take care of the small things we'are in Calhoun Pure Whiskey
effect taking care of the large things Rye.
most of the some species furnish- Administrator's Notice.
genus, which the small things combine to make. as Well as Men

: ishlng material for cordage and whip. That is the philosophy of the old finan- We ship In rUIN PACKAGES, no marks tQ indicate oontents (which will avoid l all com
lashes Aside from its economic properties proverb, and its application is as Arc Made Miserable by ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST meet,), When you get It and test It, If It is not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and
1' brow of W.C. Bomar. late of Brevard
estate your $3.20 wl1l1.Je market
cheerfully refunded. in the
This .
human life. Whiskey Is as 85 00 goods
as as any
this plant Is an ornamental and interesting Florida deceased, ;
County, are hereby notified We are close at DELIVERY houses. "e.have
t' .' gal'dcn'shrub. Those Take tare of what you eat, when you Kidney Trouble. to present them to the undersigned prop. been doing .....".,?d.anlfanBlve..i this city and you at the QUICKER same stand for over IB than YEARS distant, and as to our IttS
; persons eat, and how you eat, and your stomach erly authenticated, within the time prescribedby POSSIBILITY AND REFUTATION for honest dealing, we refer to merchant here, or is
who have it growing will do well to carefully will take care of itself. But who takes law, or this notice will be pleaded said In bar of the editor of this paper you any
And all owing estate
persons
save the earliest ripening' seeds, as care of such trivial things? That is Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dlsMurages are recovery.hereby required to make. immediate pay SOLOMON & LEVI,

I t the nurserymen do not supply it prefer. why, someday, the majority people and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor menttone. 1028 & 1930 First Avenue,
.
have to take of the stoI11Rch.'Vhen'that and cheerfulness This 1Mb day of December, A. D.t 1859.JOSEP !
' ring to keep a monopoly of tho care If'-r't 11 <=.I, soon }{ P. BROWN P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
young day comes, there is no aid so effective ti disappear when the kidneys Sheriff and as Ex Officio
i plants. in undoing the results of past carelessness are out of orderor Administrator the Estate: said Deceased. COM!
ivPPlrWepayExPe8carP! 8toa11 points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS
BdecOfeb ?
I as Dr. l'ierce'a Golden Medical diseased. T,*? ? pelnta on lines of other Express Companies, we prepay only to.point* *.hertSouthern
h That Throttling Headache Discovery. It strengthens the stomach "l Kidney trouble has Express Company transfers to said other Express Company. _
and restores the of digestion and become so prevalentthat Executor's Notice. -

Would quickly.leave you, if you used nutrition to" a owns of healthy ac. It Is not uncommon

" i pro King's New Life Pills. Thousands tivity. It cures biliousness, heartburn, \., for a child to be born H: A. HODGES.
. (41. of sufferers have proved their matchless flatulence, indigestion, palpitation, 'dizziness I\ '\ a afflicted with weak kidneys NOTICE Is that hereby six given months to all from whom this it date may ...

\ t merit for sick and nervous headaches. cold extremities, and a score of \ :=- If the child urlntes the undersigned will present to Hon. D.L. Manufacturer of
) : blood and other ailments which too Gaulden County Judge of Brevard county,
{ They make pure strong nerves are but the symp --- often. U the
t I and build up your health. Easy to take. toms of disorder in the stomach and its urIne scalds the flesh or If, when the child Florida together, his with final his report petition accounts for discharge and vouchers as ex, ..Cypress and Yellow Pine lumber...

.t. Try them. Only 25 cents; money back allied organs. reaches an age when It, should be able to editor of the last will and testament of Emily ROUGH AND Crates
1} if not cured. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, If you are sick you can consult Dr. control the passage. It Is yet afflicted with A.Reynolds,deceased. DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable

, : druggist. R, V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., by letter, bed-wetting depend upon It. the cause of Dated at Fort Fierce, Florida,this 8th day of Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building ij
free of charge. Each letter is treated as the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first June,A. D. 1899. :any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are located)

I, lot sacredly confidential, and an answer is step should be towards the treatment of R. 8. REYNOLDS at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to ant
Luck (is blamed misfortuneof promptly sent in a plain envelope without these Important organs. This unpleasant A Executor, Reynolds Estate, deceased.of Emily part of the East Coast Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla-

which it is Ignorant. printing or advertising upon it trouble is due to a diseased condition of the C. T. McCarty, -

A woman likes to be told that she often"I was accompanied troubled with by very severe frequent vomiting headaches" write, most kidneys people and bladder and not to a habit as Attorney for Executor junlll-smo .

Mia Mary Belle umm rtOQ of San suppose. ESTABLISHED 1880.
looks fresh but man doesn't Diego,
Duyal Co., Texas. "My bowels\ were irregularand Women as well as men are made miserable Notice.
strike my stomach and liver seemed continually with kidney" and' bladder trouble
One is apt to a happy vein lathe -
out of order Often I could eat almost .
nothing, and both need the
vicinity of the funny bone, and sometimes absolutely nothing for tw uty. The mild and the same great remedy. Is hereby given that on the 21st day :Bond Lumber Co.
four hours at a time. I was entirely unfit for Immediate effect of NOTICE.A. D. 1900. or as soon thereafter! as I ,
work,.ndmy whole system seemed so ruu-do_ Swamp-Root is soon realized It b sold can be heard,I wilt apply to his Honor D. L.laulden. \
A Frightful JMunder' that I feared e severe sick spell and was very by druggists\ In.fifty- County Judge of Brevard County, for
much
discouraged I was advised to Dr. Manufacturers
try a final settlement of my conunta and approval of and Dealers in
Will often cause a horrible burn 'scald Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and did so cent and one dollar of m y distribution of the assets of the Ea Ut of
with
cut, or bruise Uuckleu's Arnica Salve, ing the such third satisfactory bottle I felt result perfectly that able before to undertake finish. sample lies. You bottle may have Ij i+ H.from C.;the Smith administratorship deceased, and of for said my estate discharge ]LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILIM

the best in the world, will )kill the pain the duties attending public school life and by mail If..1. AUK, ,
and promptly heal It. Cures old sores contracted to do so. I must heartily advu those free also pamphlet tol!.. loss at ......a.o.. Administrator. ,

fever sores ulcers boils felons corns, evils suffering, to !give with this Indigestion, and its fair attendant ng all about it. Including many of the Jensen Fla.,Sept. 8th 159g.Robbuls :Mouldings Turning and and Sawed Orange
; great medicine a trial'Use thousands of testimonial letters received & Graham,Att'y for Administrator Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered
air akin eruptions. Best Pile cure on only Dr. llerce's Pleasant Pellets' from and Vegetable Crates We solicit correspondence.Saw .
sufferers
earth. Only 25 eta a box euro with "Golden Medical when cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer 't'*
) Discovery"
teed. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, druggist.guaran a laxative is needed. & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., bo sure and -Please write us whenever you fail to I Planing and Shingle. Mills at Bond Mills, on J., T. 4 K. W. R'j. TArd
receive the ADVOCATE.
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professional- STYLE IN ;FEAR LONDON MAY SUBSIDE. We Carry on Hand t

= ROBBISS.! WALTER 8.GRAR.ur. BLOOD Old EnHtlth leI..
the flafet
H Cnd..rmlnlnlr Threaten ,the finest stock be obtained nnd to
to atc prepared
nnd
GRAHAM Color, "
nOBBINS & of the KnRllah "..trnpolh.Th .
Iced running London and execute all orders promptly' : We only solicit the
lr peril that threatens
I A TTORNEy"AT.LA W, Its rich lyps, that Is about to load to statutory action 1 business of dealers. .

IIO\1Rs-From 10 to 12 a. m., TROUBLES the deepest ,In parliament Is serious. Hut .it I '
APPLES POTATOES CABBAGE ONIONS :
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orIC and2to4p. m. color In house Is one by which Paris Home and >\ ,
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'I. 'l'tTt1SV1LLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. The steadily Dumber of other great cities of the oh wtt LMi. G 1 TURNIP*, BEETS BEANS, PEAS, PEANUTS, j

I e 0 Box,">". '. CUlt,;O Bill. mahogany in world are menaced In the same way RE1p rrl DKIED FRUITS, RAISINS CANDY, NUTS eta 11 r
irill practice In M the oourU- UU and fed One hundred years ago there was practically I
B B.-Botanic Blood Balm-. brought this no underground I-ondon, save f0G / Be sure to let us make you up an assortment of !i 1
t l' for examining" perfecL. after long
undltfale.ties: along the river's edge, whore wine eel QUj1 fir penny candles for your Xmas and New Years iN j

,- for Bad Blood nnd a momentary lars centuries old extended for several ,c IV '\r-)''' trade We have tho most complete and best as '1

L. GAULDEN, a lavish use of miles. Today there Is almost as much sorted stock to be selected from. Let us have .{' 1
D. ---L. the whole life and trattle beneath the surface ot 0
your holiday orders early so as to avoid the rush. ,
ATTORNEY AT-LAW, mentation is above It. 1
the British metropolis ns
TRIAL I BOTTLE FREE ACIfSOHYtLI.E oWe ----- ----- i
i vm practice In United Courts State and severer Two and even throe tiers pf under-

*florida,and the States more fashionable ground railroads with their underground rL ) are In the best possible position to handle your )
1,0 Box,235. T1TU3VII.LE, FLA. bah stations and shops'; as well as
library, a or and solicit
Money to Loan 1 18 Is your blood Impure? Is It thin? other large conduits tunnels, sewers I consignments themguaranteeingfor -J.i'
floor wholly the attention.CORItESPONDENCE
same our prompt personal .
Does your skin feel hot and swollen? and subways of every description, .
after the best
GOLDSMITH, honeycomb the subsoil of London to< !
M. Have you pimples? Eruptions? Sroft- England. Ireland I '
of than 100 feet, and
the depth more I
INVITE STENCILS FUKNI8HEI1.
la? Eating sores? Itching burning, is 'like nothing unless some check is offered to this e
; )RNEY-AT-LAW .
ArT ,
eczema? Bolls? Scaly eruptions? Skinor can }tomes form of enterprise there Is no knowing 1

THUSVILLE, FLORIDA. scalp itch? Catarrh? All run down? The effect of where It will end. McCOMB & CO.
In spite of Its The results of this tampering with '
Malaria. ? _Aching bones? lIave you and loose the foundations of London are beginning !

T J. WEBB, hereditary or contracted blood taint? rich stately and to be felt and arc giving rise to DO
houses where end of alarm. A goodly portion of the<
Fr-
Bermuda Cuban and Southern
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Have they resisted medical treatment? could be indulged metropolis appears threatened with 1 1Growers'

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th If you have any of the above blood pursued the subsidence, and the gravest fears an'

' Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentnd troubles procure a bottle of B. B. D. wonderful entertained for Westminster abbey,
rents and accounts collected. They the t St. Paul's cathedral and other historic*
copy
TrrusviLLE, FKORIDA. (Botanic Blood Balm). It acts directly in carved black state edifices. In fact no, one would and 11
on the poison and humor in the blood, use an oak to be surprised to learn that their safety; Shippers' Agents

PENNEY neutralizes and expels it, makes a permanent worn dusky tone has become; affected by the Imprudent ,
AD. Is laid on walls Interference with their foundations.
IATTORNEY.AT.LAW cure and heals every sore. B. red, and walnut It was only the other day that the ,

B. B. 'goes. to the root of the trouble or door facings London papers placed on record ni "VV'nsh:1ng"ton.: : St. New York. ;

Trrtisvn.LE, FLORIDA. and cures after all other methods fail. Whcjie in any alarming subsidence In Hyde park, .\:.,.
century Idea of where the ground suddenly showed a
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th Even ,such terrible blood diseases as the brlc-a-brnc is rift several hundred feet In length, REFERENCES-Commercial Agencies or any reliable house In New York. ,j

Judicial Circuit. cancer, eating sores and chronic rheumatism In open fronted and a week later the sinking of about

are cured by using 1D.n: presses with halt 100 yards of the roadway on one side ESTA1IL1SIIED 18TO. .:,
very newest Idea of Fleet street while the police re-
JAMES ANDREWS, Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, building great plate ports and the weekly returns of the

I ATTORNEYATLAW.Main up the broken down constitution, etlrr- When a dinner building Inspectors are said to furnish '

office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. ulates the appetite, increases the vitality allays, It Is in sensational! rending with regard to the M. Lane' & Son 1
'Office) open at Ft. Pierce on end'and 4th put on view all large number of big edifices In the city ,
Fridays of each mon h. of the blood and given a clear, gold and sliver, nnd mansions both great and small, ;

Will{ practice in all the courts of the I smooth skin free from blotches, bumpor i tual table use as in the residential districts that show
,
252: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
7th Circuit.
Judicial
ornamentation cracked walls. that are tottering or:
pimples. Give B. B. B. a trial. For
For this purpose that are actually wrecked by the subsidence -

OTEPHEN E. FOSTER, sale by drug stores everywhere, '$1 per In black carved of the ground.A '

large bottle G large bottles (full treatment Ing nearly to curious feature about the whole Southern Fruit and Produce :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, especially built affair Is that In spite of all these bur.
) $:>. Tiial ,bottle sent free] to I to possess 4,(!
handsome dining rowings no one seems any
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building,
sufferers. Write for a bottle and describe from a many definite knowledge as tQ their extent, Oorxro..1: sicn ob.an.ts ,.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. your troubles, and we will give I brum can fall and It would appear that they are, so< .

free medical advice.' Address, Bloo of silver. Other to speak, uncharted.-New York Post.A PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY, Stencils, Cards, and our quotation. furnlsl d OQ :;
M. of simple
MICHELSON any V f
A. Balm Co., 146 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. covered In ruby .Ile ,' application, .,
which the plate It has been decided by the director., /j
ATTORNEY and Medicine sent all charges prepaid. of the mint to postpone coining\ tho '

COUNSELLO A\V and than certainly on the lofty at Paris fair Lafayette souvenir' dollars i; ;: iliTi;

Criminal Law a Specialty. The Largest and Most Coin Sang de boeuf, until the beginning of the new year aa ,.
when the work will be finished speed
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA plete Establishment South. the approved I,
Ing rooms are lly.
S HACKER & SON decorators Robert .1. Thompson secretary of
GEO. say
w.
GEORGE ALLEN coming the Lafayette monument committee, iV

en of all says that the design for the dollar has <'" rll
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW In been decided upon. On the reverse of 'fS
they are cv .
KEY \VEST.w.- x FLORIDA.. that In drawing the coin are the faces of Lafayetttand ,

Will practice in the United State tlfc' feminine Washington In double profile. KM \S: .t/ \'; ; ; !,
the word 1
circling the profiles are
:and State Courts. '. 9jun&;: and out of Itj ,'I
nnd "United I States:! of America, One Dollar fi, 'f
years now \..
." There Is reproduction of the e. '< Yz.
damasks of the
T 0. FRIES C. E. IN'S vet has come to 11'I monument with the inscription "In \ 1"J

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land used as a wall Honor of Ocncral Lafayette. Krectei! I 1I t< I u ll yr. ; yr e

and curtains, not by the Youth of the United States, Ji .
legally surveyed and sub-divided Ill a straight, arras Paris France, 11))." r--: : .
Mapping neatly done. Estimates: for Venetian I The director of the mint Hays he has 1:

all kinds of engineering works. Dis- ,",==""- "Ji =:..:... ," =_ vets are the no authority, to coin the dollars at this : ;,

puted lines a'speclalty.TITUSVILT.E. Ings and ) time and place! the 101K upon them, -- -',' ..
MANUFACTURERS OF matter It and, besides the amount of work In -
your 1
Brevard .
Co., FLORIDA.DU'
library Jacobean hand at the mint Is no great that tin 9

Doors, Sash, Blinds, 'of another period coinage cannot now be taken up. The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate, ;
nOUGHTON'S Many of the coins already are sold,
be In .
not
must of who has been in the for three
dried fashion. and If the present demand continues seventy years age, infirmary years,

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon ) Moulding & Building Material tant features Is the number authorized by congress a great sufferer from indigestion, and,has been taking Ripans Tab- ,, '

chosen from will be subscribed for before they are ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is 3
Office ifc Warerooms, King opposite
the (Dentos) coined.-New York Press.
Cannon Street.Charleston you choose, never without them.. He is willing that his name should be used in .'

Now AT PALM BEACH. S. C. graceful York Sun and, which Superiority of the I Ilaa..r."It a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person I '

,I Items of style in would seem that nearly nil the to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, !' ,:
0. H. PEETE world Is to take a Spaniard's:\ gun ns '
DR Sash Weights Cord and .. the best weapon." said nn olllcer of the eighty-four years of age,.has had liver trouble for many years and )ry

EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. A delicious ordnance bureau. "The Mouser Is owned finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have, two t:
.
and controlled by tot Spanish government '
508 Cherry, Street, Hardware the white part of Its Inventor one of their ordnance nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

MACON, GA. Window and Fancy GlasfA Cut ble, scrape the green off the ottlcers, having sold! It to them. from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve :
This Is a chance, or, rather, ono of the
pieces Into .usness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they
SPECIALTY. chances, for that government to recover
"UTM. McL. 1ANOY."D. D. L. put them In a Its finances, for the superiority of always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states

------ of solve hot-an ounce and,, I the arm is very generally recognized, that she is Corty-five years of age and at times suffers with indiges
Graduate water
of Philadelphia College of CURED with regelabli and there In even a possibility of It BUpersedlug -
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations O RO PSY R
Promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Day many celled) thousand opele.... la CUM t.. stove In clear half water a day odd If we were to pay a million or two Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her

and Laura. St., JACKSONVILLE FLA| otd.Ity.stleaMtwo-third.aralI.ln.ptom.r.mov T..ttmonl ].end TEH DAYS treatment tr.'. together one In the WilY of royalties" eVl'rYyear to name used in a .testimonial.the 1

DR. H. 8. GRUB'S SUMS Box K..Ulanta and a half our late adversaries. Philadelphia -'JrtC r--'_el......... .... ....P A.... ..uJ... ...... .... ...4 .ni ..ar. o.
Call. ....., .,. ... ... ........... WifiAnii trri if It tn fit .
Skim and then 1-....1.,..............oe.-..1M...............,.... mini ...- ........ ..... .......tgr..
ROBERT McCARREL \ Choice cinnamon, half Why Uoein't Walea fight' ...,..w...,"'- ......... w ......... ... ....-....... ....

Wines Liquors cloves and the Paris journals are keeping up a per-
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER e a have been istcnt campaign of satire against the ,._ .
and Cigars.( -- ----------- --- -- ---'-' -
Churches hour. Put Into Prince of Wales asking why he doesn't
aspeclalty. Steam stone works Guaranteed Pure. ;.Remember that the INDIAN RIVER ,
follow the established moniirchlal custom ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job printingat ,
CONCORD. ANn PBITCHABD 8TS., Sold at reduced for an heir to the throne and lead short notice. Bend them on order e-1;
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CHARLESTON, So. CA. price troops to battle. They cite Instances snd be convinced that It In the place to Tr ; ,. ;

:::- Imported Ir i from Frederick of Prussia In the have job printing done, A big yield of both
Tokay Wine, French war down to Constantino In R prolit and satisfaction
FREECONSULTATIPN from Italy. Greece. The Prince of Wales they GOLD I Jujof: no value when health is will result if you plant I ,'
call a race! track and boudoir hero and In danger. What's of more value ?
John B. Togni, ask whether he docHii't think It time Pratt' up-to-date tablets will break upa
ho should redeem his self Instead ofslmlly cold In one day, and for constipation
with our home treatment. We are Metropolitan Saloon 123 East Bay St., winding pleasant voyage and and blllousnens and all malarial troubles, "' "I
It has no equal. Dy mall prepaid for 25o TiI(7ereelw.yrtheheet. p
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. safe return to departing battalions. t 9 nil ..
physicians and get the benefitof nut aotwpt HH* .ul. -
you Pratt Medicine Co., Station 11, Chicago, tlll..bu Urn,. but Frrrr'".
our experience. No'matter what Vholeeale and KeUll..... 111. Send for sample v ""doJ"Y all il..al.",. VV rIll fur rtb.
Hooka Hound In Iron. //W sexed Annual,,frae.
your trouble is, bow simple or how He-Just think, Seven years ago Bernard Hrewster rtBRYaCO..DelroU.MIch..

hopeless, we can do you good and uld" air! of Oration, W. Va., established a library 50 YEARS' swANTED t
if we can't we will honestly tell you VirgimHomesYou She-Yes; that's In that town and equipped) It with EXPERIENCE ..

BO. Thousands of tired, weary, sick you meal! You're 1,000 books and In order to make them __
h
and bat you want to more durable the donor had the volumes =
hopeless people have been entirely -
of breathing It- bound In thin sheet: Iron covers. HKVEtlAL PERSONS FOR DIH-
and permanently cured by learn all about Virginia Lands, The latest report of the librarian shown t / IUllualCon In thU stele to rep
its resouicos, products, mode of cultivation The rural of book aWl In reoont ms la tbolr own ana iiirruuudiniccunntlu
COMPOUND that all the are good *. Wlllliiif to pay yearly hole, psych 1
prices, etc., by reading the And Away'ncttb to the condition notwithstanding the fact weekly, iMmlrabla eujployinent with unusualopportuultlrs. .;
Knclonaelfaddr :;
OXYGENWhy Virginia Farmer; Send lOcts. He bunts with that each has passed through tho TRADC DESIGNS MARKS .,.....l it Iteferenees.aohs.ps4.&iui).. for 3 months subscription to the A chestnut here, bands of 850: readers, and not a cent COPYRIGHT &e. SM Uu.wq Duliaiujj,CbhJ"IO, 7\
Va.DPIU He vet the bi bas been pent for repairing the bind- Anton not take heart again and investigate Farmer Co., Emporia And oon obtain : opinion' fr.. whether *n l lti
'Ings. gn dtlt1prvdi.i.lr? .
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this We have Of plump and Tutientftltle? ('muuIri.tb.ll..lrletl
great principle. I,coiiU'ltuilliu.. lluHlbookuiil'aietitttuiit
thousands of testimonials. Send for andWklfkey ..aWtt The city the tnut Very Oa..roa.. free., llil,*.".<..l eiiminf llirounU for Maim..ecurtneyet.P.t.nt. A to.; tacvlrityuM ''.*. Marriage Paper.Ttiuumiidi ,pubs! .. 1.
bom with

cured at
book on home treatment wonderfulcures O M out pets book of p r- To.hi* OWl! 'f Btubb-Why la the world did they tutUt' without Clt",.., tu Ibe from Wel of'br adrerttMrf P.lron'. Jotrudu 10.1' i
iluulan.en$ FREC.Bl And bCDdtDllow call that bucking horse Delay? lie lloa forual aiut f vrioual. 160 word<
to the sick etc., free. B. M WOOLUYZO.IHIie Ue cant. each | Scientific lfm rlal1. ad In M 11<1....*. tfawpt copy Va, :I
.. 14 Monk Crr"f a. A chestnut here, throws every one that attempts to ride OCIALAMEAICAMT&do.Dhie.>
A h.n DRS. STARKEY & PALEN n The page I II cut hIm. ol CA f.rl.'IC.UI..aI. ')'".u...$1 a -
: HeU print them '"Peua-Tbey called hint that because fir tuonlb., a..ltwtsrs. Great t DifY ..,a.n... .AMPLKoopl8lot i!
-One of the anti-germ water 'filterscan 'J'IIe1 n oifl HMD N I.: ::; all erent lie wepapen. I
1112 Girard St., Phlla., Pa. be seen working at the ADVOCATE 'delays aro dangerousChicagoNews. &Cob ad'y.NewYork .nit M'">lne> Mat upon receipt of ice far vuitloltda .. '
I 'JlI 'r Adv, Bureau, H SI. Clalr At.,TtIIt4e.-O
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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 22, 1899.

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+ -$ INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE, +- THE BOER WAR. .

,. When the Boers- declared war Indian 1 River Real Estate Age sec C

A.".aIlLT JOURNAL DBVOTKD TO Till DBVKLOPMCKT : -
Or THE I.XDIAK RIVER, LAKE against Great Britain they had an
WORTH AMD rilSOAtttB DAT 110T1031. idea that they could sweep everything TITTJSVILLE, FLA.
before them ere the British POWDER
PUBLISHED EVKItT FRIDAY. troops arrived in Africa. They
would do well ff have property to sell and want It
ABSOLUTELY PURE yOU you advertised li ,
have their I
now changed opinion,,
CHARLES 11. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of livo men, to write at oZthis
f. After the Jameson raid, the Boers Makes the food delicious and wholesome Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public
Discontinuance of adrta. must be made per commenced ordering the1 finest war more B3T" Many sales will\ probably be made this winter by this Agency. 'Why "
.
thin on the market and they sown a MIM).OwOf*CO,sew VOOK. *
onalljr at olDoe or by writing. weapons yours.
stocked up pretty largely. When PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10 on.
Check,etc.,nifty be made payable to CHARLEHH. ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.loO per acre. '
we'll
the
' WALTON,publisher and proprietor. they thought were preparedto TITUSVILLE'S'S TRAINS. | Tax Statement Beautiful trait, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of *
drive the British Into tho
sea, flrst.-classlor and vegetables. Price,
Gallic; oranges pineapples looo..
Address all communication to declared and made The following are the times of arrival miles south of
they war a ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 60 Tltusvllle. Will *i
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, and departure of trains to and For month of November, 1899'for!) taxes pay >(onn() L
dish into British territory, seizingthe passenger and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
year
:' TITCSVILLE FLORID from Titusville: assessed and levied for the year 1890; Titusville from $3 to $25
,
HAMMOCK LANDS, near per acre.
i mountains and trenchesto ,
i digging Sec. 35: Chap. 4115, Laws of Florida:
I M10THfl0U11D. One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville,
U. S. Department of Agriculture protect their bodies and to shoot Leaves dale Tltuiville&Intermediate for Fort Lander-points f aUM Pm Taxes Collected i Yef to be Collected i pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00. RW

r "Weather Ilurcau-Jupiter, Fla from. In addition to this, theyare Arrlres. from.. Jacksonville . "2fl1 II Gen'l fund, $ 1 GO.74: $10,0823I. .
III. "
in which is 9:20
fa.
a country very School fund, 200.92. 12,572.78
Sanford "
f'.. miliar to them and are acclimated, 1:25 Road fund, 120.50. 7, ,tJ..06: .
The following is a comparative state XORTHBOPSD.Leave F, & F. fund, 20.09. 1,257.28; :: Jas. ::8. :Bours
ment of temperature and rainfall for the while Great Britain has to ship Tltusvllle Intermediate.Jacksonville points J I.at2IOp.m 8:30 Polls, 1400. 1,108.00 ,
Jf*1 week ending Tuesday, Dec. 19!), 1809. troops 7,000 miles. Against these 4< for Sanford 7.-O0a.nl 3. R F dist. 2 9.C5.; ],437ti8S.
-1800- -1808- disadvantage the British soldier R F dist. 5 82.614,190.37
d'\ DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIW, has to contend. The Boers and -Do you filter your drinking water? _- :E3ay: G-ral.n.: : Feed, Flour,
i,. 13 74 68 80 73
r tI;; 14 7;i GG' 81 07 Orange Free States hare been pre- -If you want good result, you will $ 008. IJ. $38,1C7.PO GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
find the ADVOCATE excellent advertising A. A. STEWART
an ,
ft 15 77 63 80 C5 paring for war for some years, but -
medium. Clerk Circuit Court. SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
10 75 C5 80 73
they have not yet made a direct ,
17 70 02 80 08
attack on any British position, nor Mineral Ash kills all kinds of Insects Harmless
18 70 71 *1 68 Agent for Gray ; to man
19 0 70 1 08 74.6;) will they fight British troops in the THE ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry., Write for quotatloi
Total rainfall for the week: 0.82 open and face' the bayonet. The Season 1899-1900.!)!) )) Now Open.
Departure from normal rainfall for the British soldiers are attacking some Lowest cash prices. ,
;to. week: plus 0.30 inches. Departurefrom of their most impregnable The St. James needs no introduction to visitors Florida., From a small beginning
normal rainfall since January 1, positions in 1809! the St. James has Increased in size and added to its appointments -, Office: 124,W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLi
plus 3.131I1chcs. on mountains and in trenches with with increased popularity ofthe tourists' travel to Florida.
'j' HAL. P. irAJiDiw, Observer. great bravery causing considerable The location
is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville,
___ u. __ ___. _.__ slaughter on both sides. facing the St. James Park. Baggage/ : checked to all points.Its CHAS. N. WELSHANS
muMc, an in the past fmnsons. will be furnished by Prof. Ed. front"/I ,
f CHRISTMAS IS COMING. Orchestra, and will bent the high grade: This house, as in the'past, is under
BRITISH rule is indeed as wonder. the mana -enient'of J. R. Campbell, and even thing will be done for the com-
Our renders will find it hard to ful.ln its distributionas, it is superlor fort and pleasure of guests. Address by mail or telegraph,
"' L realize that*It Is only about three in its kind, and therein lies J. It. CAMPBELL, Jacbsonville, Fla. CEMENT, BRICK, LIME,; SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLAS1EI

;t days to Christmas-theeensnn that Its potency, says the Chicago Times
/ is indelibly connected in the minds Herald. We are accustomed to WINDSOR Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
HOTEL.
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".: ', of many with ice and snow, skating hear that the sun never sets on ,
t and sleighing.and big log fires; and British soil, but seldom realize the -W- Write for Samples and Prices.

when the little, ones-aye, and the full import of the expresnlon! Eng-' ,
r will be iind's energising and civilizing Influence Old 'Phone 8. jut) 13 Hogan Stree
; big ones too, anxiously expecting ,
j 1.1 the arrival of old Santa is'felt upon every continent JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

; Claus with his,big loud! of presents and upon a thousand,islands of the

'. to make old and young happy, The seas. A policy that is firm, far-

! cr'J Christmas message of "Peace on seeing and sagacious fortifies it

:. earth, good will toward men," upon the smallest strategical pointsat MeMurray & Baker

:+ ,should appeal to us all on Monday the same time that it imposes it ,

! J! next. It is a message of love that upon vast domains that stretch

" E. instils into the heart of man the from ocean to ocean. As Gibraltar 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Mnin St Jacksonville, Fla.Headquarters .
..
r' desire to be at one with his fellow, commands the Mediterranean, Aden '-

" r to lay aside! all petty apices and nr.t.1 1 Perim guard the'approaches to '- for-

t, i;; fancied wrongs 'and start afresh the.Red''Sea: Bahrein looks.out up- OPPOSITE-CITY PAl C, .

i l f over the rugged road of, life with on the Persian Gulf, Hong Kong is RATES, $2. O and upward. .. DODGE & CULLE. Wagon Material, Vehicles, Harness, Bicycle
$ the to China the far
his
:J.: heart softened and chastened gate away

\, ,:. by the fond associations and sweet isles of the Pacific are so many ana Sundries.
.. influences of the season. bases of operation for the great sea New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I On Monday we, and the world power. Now you may soon look "KELLY". SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheel

14 with us, will celebrate the most for good government: in the Trans Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, at short noticed.
f. r important holiday of the ChristianI vaal and Orange Free State. quiet and comfortable. Electric! lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and

I : -:-.a holiday dear _t to' the hearts bowling- alleys.- Good fishing- and boatlner.. Special. table d'hote dinners

r of old and! ,,:,Dung! rich anti poor,, JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS contri-: served every day at 0 p. m. 'We supply !the table with fresh vegetablesfrom HAMMOND PACKING CO.

I' t I when the natural good-fellowship,, bates to the Christmas number of our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry
,I' generosity and hospitality that i is I The Saturday Evening Post an au- yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within (Formerly The gJI..IIammond,- Co.)

f inherent in mankind, too often,, hentic account of the daren! at.t two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. Few 'phone 347.GRAND OU'R-S-PE.ttALtr'ES :

""a'.Hdl hidden under a cloak, iJ II i tempt t to warn the ConfeufetaJScab- Y "Coin Special" hams and breakfast baco

brought to light. Those days t inet of the great movement whereby ,
I J VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. "Coin Special"-canned meats."Calumet" .
: long ago when we hung up ourstocking Grant and Sherman were to cooperate ,
)1' : hams and breakfast bacon.
:' a for old Santa Claus is H in crushing the Confeder
,
1" thing of the past, but we can live I acy. How the attempt failed and Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and "Calumet" leaf lard.

1" through them again in the reflected why it failed are the subjects of n Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street, between % Homemade pure lard.

happiness of the children who have chapter of the little known historyof Bridge and Clay streets, on high and spacious grounds. Very pleas- "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand

,taken our places, and who in turn the Secret Service. Mr. Harrishas ant Partor'OfilCe and PinIng Room, also large and airy sleeping apartments ,
all FLA.
I Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE,
Irl will watch the pleasures of succeed. his facts flrst-hund, and he has single or en suite, well and,newly furnished with Modern Improvements I

t ing generations when we have passed woven them into n story of such ; Electric Bells, Hot and. Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular

:, l' _, away absorbing interest that, it mightbe Pi'ices. E. H. SANBORN, Proprietor r: SAKI
We wish our readers and friends mistaken for pure fiction. WILLIAM CLARKE PLUMBER.

,& a very merry Christmas, one that ....
/
may live in their memories for SOME people think it is about Photo Co.
, Supply Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber, and Gas,Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
years to come ; and may it be' like time to have an equalization of ..
f the "Three Ships" of the old carol taxes movement inaugurated ; and Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Clos

-freighted with love and mercy many claim that the poor of Floridaare ets and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
it BO that all may sing, as of old : bearing too much of the bur ...A A.CJl'tS as'tnaJl Kodak: : Co. descriptions ro-tinncd.

"Without the door let sorrow lie, den. Brevard county's tax booksare '
The only house in Florida devoting Its time to the
And if for cold it hap to die, open for inspection, so there is

We'll And bury over it more In a be Christmas happy J"plo, a chance for anyone .to go and KODAKS. AMATEUR. 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville Florida,

compare notes, and see who pays OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing..
THE taxation in the I" the highest or bulk of the taxes.
ti : United
t average Give us a trial. .No trouble to answer questions.
/ 11 States is about $9 per head ; Resident and nonresident land FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !r
England $10 ; France $14.48 ; Hoi owners are wjlling to pay their fair 51 King Street, ST AUGUSTINE, FLA.

land, $8.58 ; Austria, $8.40 ; Germany proportion of taxes.PROTECT .

i i I Belgium, $5.89, $5.82.CHRISTMAS; Denmark. $C.G4 ; and YOUR CROPS. = E. H. ARMSTRONG, $: Benedict, Pollak & Co. Wholesale House

1 t Although the -Florida Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sand fly Netting and i Scree

{is close, at hand, and has had to learn at bitter cost orange to himself grower Eye o Specialist bers Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton, in all-paid. '1
41cts. doz. Show attention
Cases old
per or new ones. Special
_
that _
from (
; most of our people are too busy protection frosts Is absolutely sell to dealer
correspondence. leveling men on the road constantly. We only
' essential to success, he can ho andiWATCnjJOBBER: to the public. <
with thoughts of the coming festive congratulated j. corporations and hotels: Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line 11 i
on the fact that the relative cost, r -
' season to be bothered with AS afforded by the system of protection A1 I will sell !the high$ grade Elgin and 'WaltbamWatches have. In stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
,
politics, or to worry over the politician by tents, Is not out of proportion with C '1 3 in the Best Made 20-year Gold Filled BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,
who is anxious to get into a the profit Insured. The protection of ri'& Cases, $8.88 to $12.45.: Solid Gold High Grade ,
"fat" the benefit of the ooung plants from frost by artificial Fountain Pens, Q8o each 32, 34, 30 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
job-for" methods is not by any means a now Idea; $q An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special J __ ___ __ __ ___ :::*.-**
"dear people.. but It 'is only of recent date that the fe.-v* l inducements and discounts to agents.Oflkej'65 .
farmer and truck growers of the northern W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'
:
lion FRANK fairly and states have found that the system ...0. L. KEENE...
squarely out. for the nomination could bo carried on at a. handsome profit

for Congressman of the 2nd Congressional on Winter largo gardening scale. under that most expensive 'rJ SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY. Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions

district. Frank! is an and fragile material, glass, is ,
all.round good fellow, but when he now an established industry in the vicinity .
-bucks like of all the large northern cities. Hy Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
against man
a Congress. "
the system of tent lrotectlon-whlch Wood Coal Coke Brick lime Cement
i' man Bob Davis,who has given such would be impracticable in the case of A Prompt attention to all ordersThis .
paid
complete satisfaction to hie con. winter truck gardening In localities
stituents, we think he has a hard whore constant protection throughoutthe ;.
late
season Is first Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville. AH the
is
and road before him. necessary-the cost Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
I rocky .".. ---- -
not only less, but It can be maintained Patterns and Style,
for a period of years at a comparatively
ON Christmas Day, Admiral small expense.The 'Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No. 262. 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura,' JACKSONVILLE, rI..1
Dewey will reach the age at which recent Increase In the capacity of -
any other officer of the navy wouldbe the McFarland Fruit Protection Co.'s J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager, -
plant at this place, Is not only a matter
retired from active sen'lce. but of great local Importance to the welfare II l JEWELED
the law makes no provision for the of Titusville, but It proves that the people ESTABLISHED 1875. _s WATCHES CLOCKS,
retirement of the Admiral, unless of the orange-growing sections of ,

at his own request, and It is believed the themselves state are to beginning the situation.to accommodate I eW :xi.::: .A.. ::SO-creS 35 CO. .. Diamonds s
that ho will probably continueon The time has arrived when the grower r eeemlJeAelry l lii
the active list of the navy until of citrus fruits will as soon think of ,
his death. There is no pecuniary leaving his trees unprotected from cold _GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. (. Souvenir, Wedding Rings and 1Waltham '
for this since his would I as the man of business would think of etc.
reason ( ,
loS ,a- Watehes
pay
leaving his stock of goods uninsured. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
be the same on the retired as on Whenever the Industry Is established
the active list, and' be would be basis that eliminates risk of loss' from ona handle only the beat and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay FINE WATCH and J68ELRI REPS
r entitled to the same number of frost, money can be borrowed on orange Corn.'Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Merl, both bright, and S lwl xw
dark at wholesale State for Fertilizer Co. ,
agent Tygert-Allen
SPECIALTY
grove with low A
aides and with property as a rate of In.
a private secretary, toreet, and as Star Brand FerUUMr*-Gurnt ad Analysis,orange tree Mid Vegetable FertllUer. Pure round RILLS,
safetly as on kind of Spectacles
the rank of lieutenant. in the any lone,MtnM Soda MurUM of Potuh Sulphate fouth, Ktinit. *to. Theme fertuimeretrove no and Zveglaaaes. Charges paid oWway, R-J<
realty world. uperlor tn the market,and a trial will ooorlno Send for Catalog f r**. 225 W. Bay StI JACxsoxvltu!





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Eden.- Rockledge.- .F E R T I LIZ E R S..t.I
'
E. P. Porcher spent Sunday AS tho Mrs. R. H. Patterson and Miss Patter .

guest of tho Netherby. son arrived last Saturday, after a sum /

\Ve note with pride the of mer spent In Texas and Illinois. .

the new Episcopal church during our Mrs. E. A. Chatfield and mother Mrs. '

absence. Breck, and Mr., Mrs. and Miss' Blakeslee 1 '

made are among recent arrivals In South Rock- I SPECI L PRICES
Mrs. Curtiss quite a shipment of ledge.E. .
fine tangerines last week through the {f}

association. S. Williams left tho latter part of 1 -TO- ,
the week in his sail boat for }'ort'Plerce

Ireland.upon Mrs.friends.Bcssey They visiting paid Eden her visit sister, calling Mrs. where winter.he expects to remain during tha, W' .. zrseea hh le G o: @ Grro-wers.. (l

Mr. and Mrs. L.V.
Battenfield of
Slmmonds ,
Charles auditor for
,
Mr.Florida East Coast Ry., visited Eden Delaware, O., have arrived at their Rock- r.l

last the week, and took dinner at the Nether. ledge; home, where they will pass the .4.11 .A.1'"OU1d. JT'ortlllzor: I .

by. winter as usual. J-l.: Price $26.OO. )vim* Before buying the following* Materials bo sure and apply to I.l.JGUARANTEED

)fro and Mrs. D. P. Merwln have been F.The Hatch Ilockledge, opened station last Monday.in charge A crowd of R. ANALYSIS: ,us for prices, and wo will prove to you we can \save you money.
several '
days
at '
spending awaiting the arrival of Mr. and Ilockledge Mrs. Wm., turned out to welcome the train Into the Moisture..................................:........."......... ,......... ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE KAW BONE,
river station once more. Ammonia.... .... .......... "...................,......., .... ....,.............. 6 to 6 ,
jlerwin[ at their winter home. They are B Equal to Sulphate Ammonia................. ............................... 20 to 25 BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
frequent visitors in Eden. Oeo. Hatch has recently put a twenty : Avallablel'holl \ ., .... .......................'................... 6 to 6 ,
light$ acetylene machine : Equal to lone( Phosphate of Lime.............................................11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
Mr. and Mrs. A. E.- Lytli, of Auburn, which he gas in iiis store : Potash K2 ().... ,... .. .. ... ....... ..:.......................................... B to 6Kqual :
the winter finds to be a vast Improvementover : : to Sulphate of ..,..........,... ............. ............... to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA[ TOBACCO STEMS
S. Y., are spending with Mrs. kerosene, and much more economi-. : Magnesia, L"100, eta 4::;..,,.,. '. ........ ,, ....... .... .;I... ............ 66 to 60 E-I
t'g sister, Mrs. Curtiss, at the Netherby. cal. IHhi j TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Mr. Lyth is Past Grand Commander of :Jr Write for Special Pamphlet.

New York State Knight Templars. They Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mitchell have moved COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.

are delighted with Eden. over from Indianola, and' are occupying : W' Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

the IIOlrg'cottage on Barton avenue. Mr. Hi: prices.
Mrs. Frye and her daughter, Anna, Mitchell has his usual positing as book.

who have spent two.winters here, passed keeper for Geo. H. Hatch. '
through here last week, on their way to Please Correspond us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
Palm Beach, where they expect to spendthis Mr. antl'Mrs John Pennlngton; of New
winter. Their many friends would York, were guests of )Ir. and Mrs. Mer Pamphlet. I.1.J

been glad to welcome them here. win a few days last week. Mr. Pennington -
have is a son of Capt. Pennington of the LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
Last Tuesday evening the event of the Clyde steamer Comanche. JII
season took place. The bazaar held at
Beulah cottage, ,for the benefit of the Miss Louise Pow, of Ansonla, Conn., !
new church In contemplation, was largely arrived hero Tuesday, Miss Powe is Art Ta-clrson/ville: Florida.Melbourne. : "

attended and a great financial success, Instructor Wells college Aurora N. Y.
and has taken advantage of the Christ. ---- -
realizing $135.00: from the sale of Christmas
mas vacation to look after her
toys, candies and cakes. hero.IVhile. '" property Sebastian. REPLIES MR. ANDREWS. by other County Iloimls. The maps aro

Several prominent people expect to sadly needed-many schools are without
landing launch a few days -nnd few of those in use are In good
any
pay Eden a visit this winter, and among ago, County SUIrlntl'n"tlnt l and Member of
Frank Warner got ,his foot caught between Christmas. condition. I to tho method
them Senator Redfleld Proctor and party. Merry School Board l>efi n made visit here the boatand the dock. His ankle OOODE & OOODE.-Real Estate and Loan. lack of method In purchasing school
Senator a flying two
The bruised Agent for .Vttu, London and Liverpool and I Dr. Enos, of Narrows, was In town -
was badly and the wound is supplies which exists or has existed
,
his to Cuba and very
'
on '
years ago way was Globe and Imperial Fire In nrnnl'e. Special this week
painful, but it is thought bones : BAM8''' HKPLV. this condition in which Brovardhas
no wel'ecl'ushed. county,
10 charmed with the place that ho desires attention paid to the Interests of non residents.
to repeat it, and will remain some Frank 'Gair'ter.was In our burg one COURTNEY, Ft.A., Doe 10, Ism! not boon alone. Tho needs of the

time, for fishing and other sports on Mrs. J. W. Paine and'daughter Miss day this week schools should bo carefully considered!
1l.lr"! Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATE, RJitor Indian Hirer Advocate: and especially: remembered when the
River. Ellen have
Indian arrived at their home here, Mrs. S. Hitching visited friends In
the will be
of the
East
pink paper Coast estimates I for support of schools are
for the winter Miss Cordelia Paine is Cocoa this week. It has/ been suggested to several
mo by
We trust the rumor that there are to received at_ the Melbourne Postofflce. made, so that the provision for this Important
taking a trip on the Great, LaVes) with of our citizen whoso I value
opinion ,
the river this
be no steamers on winter Hurry Sample dropped down to Fort Item should bo mado before
her father, but expects to to Florida I that I M tho executive ofllror of tho
come ,
11 untrue. We miss the white-winced hand. In this transaction the
later in the Mr. Downey is treating: Mr. McBrlde's Pierce Friday night aChas. Board and as of Board has
season. Co-uity
: Superintendent
sail'uoats and launches, which have been useful tho
cottage to a fresh coat of paint. supplies, question
[Public Instruction purchased
Smith returned from Fort Pierce who hits had
largo
in the and almost Now that
10 numerous past, two of our hotels are I paid too much
regret that horses and. carriages have tourists are beginning to come In,open anda Tie; Literary Club will moot at Mrs. Sunday, to fish here influence, npct'HHiiilly: in Iho policy of I for \the gouda ther.havo aro able to

come to stay; but, then we would not busy season is ,predicted. There is Frank Fee's home to-night; (Friday). Fred Church has !gone to St.: Lucie the tho Board(limners and direction of tho Kchoolnand state for thutiiHclvos; the difference, if
In
should vlow of tho
have had our shell road. much speculation as to what Is going to Editor Ed. Oslin and wife after spending with his pompano gear pessimistic of Mr. Andrews In any, rannot bo very great: In purchasing
be done with the Hotel prolost I them hove the schools
Indian
they helped
River. a pleasant vacation hero have left us ,
We have the promise of a shell road. Robert Lcnnard anti Miss I'cvlll, of lust wuek'n ADVOCATK, publiMh, for the
Various
rumors have been about neither t havo they 011I harrl1l\lIecltho Board
What a comfort and a delight a fine road floating again; Fort Pierce, visited friends hero /feunday. Information of the taxpayers and patrons ,
for the past three months but nor Is the hopelessly' In debt.
nothlnA'definite county
between Eden and Jensen will be to the of tho schools of tho ,
and Fieldare opinion
Messrs. Sllbsly foughran my
can be learned. If the hotel is Missed Hudson and Cason tire expected JNO. H. SAMS,
many who are not fortunate enough to out In Mr. Wbsly's big boat on a condition( of alTiths.I .
to bo opened it is time work was begunon hnme from their respective schools at Co. Supt. Public Instruction.
keep a horse! Walking will then be cruise. do not intend by complying with
It, for in its condition Wnvehndnnd the
holidays
present it is Ojllslu b'cud
and of will be able their wishes
.good, many us to to'enter Into any controversy -
scarcely fit to bo occupied. We are pleased to ROD R. A. Conkllng: with relatives lu.ii1.
visit Jensen and do our' spring trading. but state facto us they are and rely
In the matter of stores Jensen is a long again able to be at his post of duty, after Miss Rena 1'ttbcr Is visiting filends lit on results, both past and to Como, for HCIIOOl HOARD MICMIIBKV Jt I'LY.

way ahead of us. It is a mistake that [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any his fall. Orchid this week Miss Faber goes to substantial conlirmntlon of my opinion. Editor Indian' Jilrrr Adeocalt. :

we haven't a good, all-round dry goods job printing you.!neejjj! Mrs. E. S. Bender and Mrs. R. W. Orchid to rest and be away from city lift The schools and (finances/ are, I most Mr. Andrews, In his protest, seems! to

store here. Goode were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. at Sebastian for awhile. positively assert, iu excellent condition, assume greater wisdom and morality

Key. E. P. Blackman, editor of the -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon D. Lockwood, to a wild turkey dinner Misses Bell and Bowman two charmIng especially when wo consider tho fact that than the members of the School Board,
last the Bnaid had to a heavy amount past or present. Ho parades the offer of
Homeseeker, visited Eden last week, Indian River ? If you do, write the Monday.We young ladies from South Carolina carry
of unpaid warrants by reason of the the agent and his inlluunco In stopping
looking up data for an exhaustive articleon Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus. notice several of our Tillman, Mai I.ahaI' I arrived last Thursday evening to spend cullection of ho the ,
uon- taxes caused as puiclinNo then after
groat says, ; parading
pineapple: culture and other fruits. vile, Fla. See page 4. and Eau Gallic friends in town this several months, visiting Jan. A. Groves. part by tho disastrous freezes of ISO 1.1i. / his Influence, acknowledges that

The horaeseeker reaches every part of week looking for Santa Claus, and hero Is Stanley. Kitching made a trip to tho The schools will, If they sustain tho nv- ho "Is a bump on a log. It was not his

country, and has been instrumental in the place to find him. oyster beds this week In the cat boat erago"required; have a term of six Inlluenco altogether that stopped the

bringing hundreds to this beautiful land, Georgiana.Mr. Mr. Van Steinberg has just returned liaby-MIne. Master Fred Carson actingas months, to which another school may bo purchase at that time The member of
which is truly the home of the workingman first mate. returned added. tho Board who advocate tho of
with a big boat load of fresh oysters, so They Tuesday purchase
and offers good investmants to the Carriugton was in town Monday.Mrs. we can always enjoy oysters in Melbourne night: loaded to tho decks with lIne The salaries of the teachers, who have tho charts at this t time I are tax payers as
rich. In other state will land ,
no so
pay fresh from the oyster beds. bl val ves. 1 taught Bovoial ynars with success; have well as members of the Board, having
much, to the ,I\CI'e-to say nothing of the Flora WiUfeld is some better and boon continued. A majority of the the welfare of the schools at heart, and

Incomparable 'climate. has now returned to her own home. Capt. Alex. Goode, In the ntelimer Mr. and Mrs. Curd Schroeder, Misses, schools, which paid Iii5'per: ; month, \receive object to omburiasslng tho county as
Spartan took the following to the May and SylmaKltchlng, and B. Kltch
party
$30. Tho of and much other citizen.
question term its
In answer to the quel'l'y "Where is our Quarterly meeting was well attended, ball at fall: Gallic: Mexcames' E. S. Ing/ of Stuart:) will spend Christmas salary has by froma Mr. Andrews any dismissed the books and
Eden year year, developed
corresponden-tIt we reply: "We are and some splendid sermons were preach week In town let show all
our
.. Bender, R. W. Goode, S. F. Glbbs, Ooo. our ; us strict'
here; and while the mantle of our predecessor ed. M. Brown, the Misses M. Williams, Jessie visitors that Sebastian and her people per capita apportionment toequallzlnr.c maps with a sneer as to value, and wo
of term and salary. Later on deeidod to take the charts books and
may have fallen on unworthy ofattie do the at all times. ,
Goode Brown Allie and Mollle can right thing
Simmonds wife and this will bo
shoulders, we are determined that here Capt. daughterfrom In ,stlll mol'Olatlsfactory malllin a lot for $017.00, believing thatIt
Nicholson Maude Powell and
Susie Car
after Eden shall take her place in the Kenosha, Wisconsin, arrived on Prof. Teter, Mrs. Jas. A, Groves, Mitts shape. was as urchaso as wo
columns of the "pink paper of the East Friday.Mr. ter, the Messrs. John and Tom, Nicholson es Belle Bowman, :Smith:; and Stanley Tho total expenditures for all purposeswill could make. The schools need these
Sam Martin Earl Adams and Dr.
,
Cuabt. Certainly it ranks among the Averel and wife returned to their Peek All reported, a fine time. Kitching boarded the cat boat "Uabj/ not exceed $13,800.00;; adding the supplies, oven if wo have to carry the
first with any town on Indian River. Too pleasant winter home at Coquina lastFriday. Mine" last Saturday and took a sail over cost of tho charts: recently purchased, warrants" over Tho )present need of the .
much cannot be said of its beauty, its to jolly old ocean. The party landed nt $1117.00() wo have a total expenditure ot supplies fully warrant tho expenditure,
charming people and Its lovely 1 DeLand.Miss the site of tho proposed inlet, where $14-!17.00; of this amount It Is probable and we Bee no lonson why we will not
.scenery. Mr. Hall, Mrs. Owen and daughters Capt. Rice Is hard at work with inulo that f:!00.00 will not bo used ; tho receiptswill reduce tho debt also It Is bettor to rim

Services are held in the Congregationalchurch went to Lotus, Monday, to do some a %p.. scrapers taking oft the top dirt. After In nil reasonable probability, bo the schools six and seven months fur.

every Sunday, The :Sabbath:; ping for Christmas.A. : Dilligan, of Daytona, arrived here strolling tho beach for an hour or so, tho $11,010.00( ; the whole amount of listed nish such supplies as arC neudoI and

school and Bible class are well attended. L. Bruner and Chas. Werning are last week and is pleasantly located In 1 party returned home tired and hungry,, resources call for at bust fll11HO.Oj() ; reduce tho debt! gradually than, as Mr.
Mr. Sawyer, the pastor, has many warm beans. have the University. but "oh my!I" what grand time. allowing a Ions of 10 per cent of the ft- Andiows!! advocated, paying tliu debt
friends aud admirers who enjoy his able busy shipping They some mill low from. non-payment of taxes immediately by cutting down tho term.
nice ones. Dr: J. F. Forbes of Stetson Taxation without representation has
and instructive very University,
sermons. The music is say $1,270.00( -there will bo available Tho secretary was Instructed by tho
usually good. For the first time we Mrs. Carter was out driving Wednes has been on the sick list recently, but caused a difference of opinions In the 'during tho year, as stated above, $1.1-) Hoard to pioparo a schedule of the apportionments -
1E.. school and two-thirds If
heard the ringing of bells last Sunday day and calling on Mesdames Hughes, has fully recovered.It tho scholars Sunday left. Last, Sunday a Union 010.00) ); so that, with receipts amounting to the schools, to bo amend

morning. How quickly It carried us Bruners and Owen. Is expected that after Christmas, school with the to $11,1)10.00 and expenditures to $11- ed as the Board saw ,proper. Tho secretary
back to a different It is Sunday was organized "117, we should have about $103 Of) to
scene. very pleasant Baldwin is to be Stetson University will have a larger officers rend tho list, giving such reasons ns
reported
Mr. improving following : Stanley Kitching,
to listen to the solemn chimes andwe further reduction of theindebtedness
in health little. Rev. Sirdei field number of students than ever before. superintendent Mrs. Hall teacher class scorned to bo advisable. Mr. Andrews
; ,
wonder church is far The board owed In 18D7-H
why our so
asked that tho names of the schools bo
behind held a prayer meeting at Mr. Baldwin'sMonday The dancing school under the super No. 1 ; Stanley Kitching, teacher class
that of our colored brethren. $1,057.00: paid during 1808-0 4I,213.tIPamount :
called ns ho was not familiar with them
We must have a bell; who will call the night. vision of Miss Ida Uroome, has been No. 'Z; Miss Alma Smith, teacher class c duo, .(uly 1, 181)0){ 47: //11.00; will, by numbers, and when the list was gone
No. ft Mrs. Bubo teacher class No. 4
well attended of late. Miss Broomo ; ;
roll? and Mrs. Goodsell is quite this $500.00
The son of Mr. probably pay year or more over, Mr. Andrews moved that the list
2-1 scholars enrolled books
very sick at their home in the Packman is a fine teacher.An :and literature wero for.; hymn The Union leaving outstanding probably $2,011,00: ( ();; ns mado out bo the order for apportion

-Please mention the ADVOCATE when cottage. Dr. Chambers giving him his entertainment was given In the school meets Sunday paid afternoon In the of this amount $27': :>.00() are warrants ment. If It was a catto of favored teachers .

writing advertisers. best medical attention. auditorium on Thursday night[ of this school house at 2:'lIJ. Please attend. which will not be paid: us they represent and favored localities any suggestion
week, by Francis Walker, which, was Tltusvillo school building-warrants that lut may have Mfdii roper to have
-If you are In' search of bargains, Miss Jessie the Canatta winter arrived with her last brother weekto quite well attended. which !given to tho board, but'havo boon made; ; 'WOII i;,wu--e IHu-IU: ,' have; received
read the ADVOCATE spend Impure water Is the cause of much mis-laid by I ho donor, So that the debt (proper attention, and would have Influenced
columns carefully. here. Mr. Canatta has been very sick Quite a large number of men aro at sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine really at present about 1,150.00:' ( ()( will, In l tho action of the Board,- but his

for several days, but is now improving. work on the streets, making a now drainage filter from Claude Walton, Titusvlllo. all 'probability ul tho cud of the fiscal! moving tho adoption without any suggestions

Banyan. Mrs. Black has rented her house to system, which will be greatly appreciated year, be not more than $::,700.0(). or objections stamped It with

Capt. Simmonds and family for the win. by the residents. Tho nocoHslty for and manner of Iro.tecllng his approval Wo are neither hopelessly

ter; she expects to return to her place at The entertainment given In tho audi- Rio. the warrants have long boon recognized In debt, nor do we propose or mean to
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Christmas goods in Banyan-sometlibng Ocean us soon to keep boarders, especially itorlum, Stetson University, for the benefit and approved, not only by a UBe favoritism.
useful as well as ornamental. those who want to do some fine huntingand of good roads, was quite well attend. largo majority of our citizens/ but by the H. 'F. pitons

Tom Snell that the cut-worms fishing. ed, a good sum !being made.J. The friends of Mrs. OluUch will be people throughout tho stato. Our school J. M. DIXON
h reports pleased to learn that she Is still on tho warrants have been at par valuo since
laVe pestroyod his tomato crop at Do.T Brady Bower, Hervey and Miss Jennlo Monroe, of Chicago, arrived here, mend. 1881, and our teachers havo been paid -
returned Friday from Palm Beach. Mr. last week, and Is stopping with 1>r. promptly without loss or wait.
The rains for the past week are good Bower and Hervey went on up to Or- Forbes and family. His family are ex. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, of Wavcland, This course Is compelled by tho fact nn. E.NOH liAR SOMK.TIII.VO TO BAY AHOUT

for the boans just being picked as well mond, :Sunday:; to be gone for some time. pected to spend the winter hero.S. spent Sunday In town, tho guests of Mr. that our schools! require tho funds granted TIIOSS: MAPS, ETC \
will remain at home with and Mrs. W. E. Ices
as Miss Jennie for their before col- '
support they are
young crops.A A. Smith, a student of Stetson University ESOH FrA. Dec 20 1800.{)
and sister. ,
Kentuckian her mother who has been on the sick list fora E. F. Glutsch has secured tho contract lected. Our tl\l.l'l&y.1: with few exceptions I
has the mall contractsuercabonts.
We wish he hail to it A. L. Bruner and family, Mrs. Clark, week or so, Is steadily recovering, for grubbing the new road, and workon do r taxes until the /Mi/or Indian /iiver Advocntt ;
fur carry Mrs. Gilbreath aud Miss Annie Summerour much to the delight of his friends.A same will probably begin soon. limit allowed by law, Is near. It follows '.
one year, If no more.I went with Mr. White's mule and that at this time MId until March each It Is but just to Mr. Andrews that the '

Capt. Ramsey has purchased the sloop down to Lotus, Monday to do large number of students .SteUon All\ our pineapple growers are busy year thoro must bo-as Mr. Andrews friend. of justice ami economy In the 1
Edna, as he found the Nip and Tuck too some wagon Christmas shopping, and to see the University, will leave here, today (Fri covering their pines. Those who are not says-"thousands of dollars," on which conduct of tho educational affairs of tho ;
"nail. The captain is a hustler pretty places to be seen down in day) for their respective homes, where able to shed aro using palmetto and saw Interest Is paid. It Is nothing new or county should express themselves In regard '

that many part of the neighborhood. They they will spend the Christmas holidays, grass. startling, but approved by all businessmen to tho stand lie took In the wild

The school children are being drilled had a lovely day for.: a drive, and all enjoyed and have a good time generally. W, W. Luce, formerly of Rio, now ot and cannot without cmbarrastlng and reckless transaction of purchasing a
regularly by Miss Gladwin in .their It very mucli. Nassau, has sold Ms beautiful pineapple the 'school. When our lot of maps and charts which If not In I ,!
'or the Christmas exercises, and a good Fort Pierce. plantation to an Ohio gentleman who county and school tax can support the themselves nearly worthless for practical
programme will, no doubt, be the result. Mr. Page sold some extra fancy oranges will at once begin to put up extensive schools for a term of seven or eight use In tho various school rooms of

The leaf Monday from the Nelson grove, for the shedding.The months, the receipts from other sources of the county, at the best represent an I
s few -lioppers, which have Injured exposition at St. Augustine. There will W. T. Harbin will spend Xmas at than those can bo reserved to form a fundto obsolete method of Imparting Instruction. j .
but patches of beans are still with us also be some choice grape fruit from Mrs. Mesiirs. Glass who have recently meet the expense In tho first half of It Is not my purpose at this time to ,
home.
we hope the rains' and a little cool the the owned by Jas. '
Owens grove on exhibition at same purchased plantation the year. show the almost titter woithlexsnpss of
knock weather_sa out 30 o in the shade-will place. She has been selling some of the George Fultz, of Sprucebluff. was' In. Andrews, of Tlbbals, have just completed While I did not approve fully of the these things Iu teaching what Is ,
them box and from fifteento town this week, enjoying a full (I a) a bicycle covering three acres of pines and merely '
fruit at $7.50 per purchase of the charts, I cannot conscientiously to bo desired by their use, but to
Messrs. A, Clark, C. Casper, R. D unK. twenty-five cents each, according to sport. planting :200 Mediterranean orange trees. condemn It. I bitterly opposed commend Mr. Andrews for the noble I
h ,. Caves size and quality. Mrs. McCarty, of Ankona, It, fairy These are enterprising gentlemen and the purchase of the arithmetical ; stand he took In relation to the purchase
W j lagan, T. Campbelle1).SmithStewartand godmother, Santa Claus and everything are doing much to Improve this locality. harts, which raised such a storm of the maps and charts. i

Jones of Tropic; Messrs. Pigue, Prevatt, To Whom It May Concern. that is good to Jimmie and Alma Lane. throughout the state (which cost $035.00: The action of Mr. Andrew. certainly J'
Hopkins and Otwell, of Bahia W. O. not $1.100.00)), as the subject Is taughtin commends him to the good sense of every
; will be held Satur -Drink filtered water and keep
prink that The Christmas tree pure much better of blackboards of the It I Is 3
Coquina Messrs. Booth and given the branch FUberle. way by use honest citizen county.
; Notice is hereby church. See those fine filters for sale bjr
It !
the healthy.
at
Baptist
evening, !
Stewart, Mrs. R. B. Stewart, Brantleyjin ; heretofore operated by this Company at day Tltusvllle.A and crayons. May I say here In this time such reckless waste of the school 1
Walton
Hardee Rockledge were Fort fierce and Jfcbs Uii. Fla.} under the rn& promises to be the best one we have ever Claude agent, connection that the Chairman of the fund was stopped, and the voice of the ':
Bann CIMI 00
agement of air..A. SL Sample were : Hoard that time should be raised In condemnation G
at moat efficient
I last week. and dellTered to Mr. A. M. 8.n> had.The was a people
pIe pp be r gin ol..ratlol tbem 00 that UU on dance at Mrs. Harbin's, on Friday A* an advertising medium, no officer, whose influence was always tot of such reckless action by men who occupy / J
his own Mcount. Any person or persons having night, was one of the most enjoyable affairs paper on the East Coast can beat the .he advantage of the county. positions for which they are but ," I'i
i ".)-We would esteem the favor If our bills branch thin Company rUberle.wm on scrount ptea of.pre eitherelboVe enl of the season. There were quite A Dv ocATt. Give us a trial advt., The charts just purchased are of positive poorly qualified '

UUr+ders when writing or calling upon of for settlement at this ofnw.FWLULA number of dancers present, who seemed and be convinced of the pink paper's value to the schools. They and Respectful' I :q
lame
: e adrertison to purchase merchandise 1'1811 &I ICE COMPANY, to most thoroughly enjoy the evening. worth. similar charts have been freely purchased J., L. ENOS.
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I trasts. Tnero! are blues mixed With
hundred bushels, heliotropes and further confounded by Florida Central ann

Potatoes plashes of red green and brown
,remove: flecked with orange, and curiously

eighty pounds of "actual" Pot, clever and quite delightful gray mix- 4r.
tures that If caught In one light reveal i ]

ash from the soil. One thousand flecks of blue, In another of Peninsular Railroad
mauve and perhaps In yet a third a
pounds of a fertilizer containing glimpse of yellow The tailor world ,

1 evidences no signs of erring on the
from Florida to all
8% "actual" Potash sIde of dull monotony. Unexcelled service points

I Spots, It Is said, ,will be everywhere w
will supply just the amount and tunics or polonaises of pastel cloth North East and

needed. If there is a deficiency spotted with black velvet will fall over West
plain cloth skirts that are to be decked ,

of Potash, there will bea with flounces cut !bias, which are to replace .

the shaped flounce so long used. Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville. Savannah and Columbia,
falling-off in the crop. Velvet It may be added In passing Is carrjins

We have some valuable expected to be greatly employed. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia Pith sleepers for
It Is authoritatively stated that one

books about I of the great Paris designers will encourage -
# telling composition | skirts for the coming season Washington Baltimore, Phila. and New York
{ ,
use and value of fertilizers, to be much less tight The necessaryI
I graceful curve of the figure will be delineated Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Asheville.
for various crops. They are by a well shaped skirt, but In ,

many cases a wide box plait will appear -
sent free. down. the back giving the flat

GERMAN KALI WORKS, effect yet a more graceful l008enes8.exPnbdlne' "Dixie, Flyer" ,
93 Nauau St.,New York. as the figure walks.

Car Route between Jacksonville and St.
1 Through Sleeping Louis via
THE HOUSEHOLD. Tri-Weekly Sailings I

DRESS AND FASHION. -- Lake Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and
City Nasbvillf
What Homemade to Do In Certain Em rg nele.. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ,
Corner Seat-Marrow -
PRESENT MODES AND INTIMATIONS OF Itlnin on Ton.t. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points in the Northwest

; I THINGS TO
4 I COME. Your potatoes may be overboiled till The Finest in the Coastwise Servic
Steamships (e
'j 1 A novelty finding favor among some they are broken and watery. The rem- Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville land New Orleans

'of the modistes Is the use of small box edy Is to drain off all water possible.Put via River Junction and Pensacola.Full .

ii';' ;.plaits laid from top to edge of a tunic them still In the saucepan with The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
of this
information on application to any agent company.
14 i :arrangement. This Is not necessarily out the lid, over the fire and stir about Direct Service Between

'the cut en general prlnccsse appcarance.lcads In actual tact, to though that well has with evaporated a wooden'spoon and they till have the water become Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points A. O. McDoncll, L. A, Sliipmali,

f' suggestion. It Is strikingly graceful floury.: Then see that there are no (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
;. and uncommon, however. General 1 Pass. Agt Asst. Gen. Pass.
:. The fancy for straight lines Is also lumps left: Add salt, pepper, a nice SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS t Agt.
j' lump of butter or gripping und a little Southbound..................... .. ........... ............ .. .... from Lewis Wharf, Boston I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
f well shown In the smart autumn suit Northbound........................... ................. from foot of Hogan Street, JacksonvUleClydo I
t of the first Illustration. This Is,In the milk. Mix and heat well and serve as

[1' new shade of cloth which will be mashed potatoes.Or 's St. Johns River Line.
.1 I It may be that the boiled fish has

j., suffered! the same fate. Quickly remove BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

skin and bones, keeping the flesh Jacksonville Falatka,Sanford: ,Enterprise,Fla and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. $ -

: I tpti in as large flakes as possible. Make an STEAMER southern.Railway.

i egg sauce precisely as you Intended to "FUED'K DeBAKY."
f j jI do for the boiled fish. Put the flakes CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
into this and heat, but do not stir. Arrange Leave Jacksonville 3:30 p.m.,flunday,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
I 1' A Af ry'h toast on a dish, sprinkle with Leave Sanford 0:00 a. m., Enterprise 0:30 a.m., Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
) chopped parsley, pour In the fish and DIRECT LINE QUICK TIME
,f, i iI. serve as a fricassee. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. BaySt., Jacksonville.

I. When custards have curdled from amoment's W. II. WARBURTON, T. P. A., P.M.IRONMONGER,JR., Fla. Pass.At.( -TOWASHINaTONBALTIMORE -
, .1 I 8 I Bowling Oreen New York f 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. PHILADELPHIA
'h too long contact with the C. P.LOVELL, AB t.Fla. Bupt.. j r JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent ,
r \ fire, to each pint of milk used In the Jacksonville Fla. Foot Hojran St.,Jackson tile Fla.
custard THEO. O. EOJ'R, T. M.. I 5 Bowling Green New York. NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, AT-
allow two teaspoonfuls of
i WM. P LYDE CO., General
! Agent,
J t, 'I cornstarch, mix with a little cold milk 5 Bowling:Green.New York ta So. Delaware Are., Philadelphia. LANTA. BIRMI GHAH..ME1'tPHIB. CHATTA-
and strain the curdled custard Into It.
I i.I| Stir over the fire and let It boll. Then ,

l. 'I' add a heated!'egg, sugar and flavoring Florida East Coast Ry. and all Points East and Welt
' I, to taste and take off the fire at once.

j !, Serve as Times.originally Intended.-Philadelphia TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS :


.j J ,1"!I"i -' Homemade Corner Seat. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).. The New ,York and Florida Express,,

t, Thin suggestion for a corner seat STATIONS No'18 Dally It Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.]
Ex.u Dally
' I which makes a very attractive andcomfortable 7ep The New York and Florida Limited
"1 5P p f/2ua Ltlave........................ JackllODvilie .........................Arrive lOG ,
,f. of be
piece furniture can 15p108UaArMvo....................... bt.AUIC1\ tine .......................Leave 620p \945a2np10&aLeave Vla-Sarannafc and Charlotte, N C'
, changed In many ways to suit the purpose !\ ......................St.AUjrt1 tlne .......................Arrive 61bp 540e667p The United States Fast Mail
:" I 1 1I 1ri of those Interested and still 11)Us :................. ........ Hasttnai ;... ............,.........Lellve 6U6p 904 ,
retain -' U MIl Arrive,.,....... ,... ,." '.. .,?' l'al1l.1k" ...1,., ,. ,.:....,.,.... .Pave. 2P! Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.|
, .",. : all qualities which make It attractive 64 : I and comfortable. .Arrive ..... ... .... ,.."..... ban Mateo .......... ....... lave ...... ... Via Jempj
: I;;, I It can be made to fit any corner of a :" '" 7aoa I. ave ..... ....,..... ... .... Ban Mateo ....., ..... ... .....Arrive 7 Jl I' ::::::
, room and of course must,bo constructed enp 11 8 On Leave...... .................. East 1'aJatka ........................Le3ve s nip 8 4 Through Vestibuled Trains:'.Pullman Sleeping Cars]
I of Home wood to match the finish of 448p12tIp .......................... .Ormond......................... 84p 4134465p Drawing-Room
IOHp ............. ............Daytona........ ................ BU6p 7Ota80p Through Coaches..Elegant Dining Cars.
the room. II1p ......""".". .""..Port branlfe.... ........... .. .... ," B2Ilp 6&la126p .
f Instead of the panels at the base, 11151' ....................... New Sm'rna ........................ a tap 600a8&lp
n. 22'p! ........................, Oak ........ .................. 222p
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deep flounce or a heavy fringe can be 111I/1I/ BOllp' ........................TUutlvllle........................ 165p B13ua. BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE
tl ; used and the artistic effect! still be pre. IIUOp ...............x......... City Point...... ................. .. 115p. ..
..:..: BI8p to ......................... .Cocoa. .......:.r............... imp ..::..
ri I served.; If flounce or fringe Is used, the .a... Stip a .................u...... Rocklodge: ......................... 1 0-4p ...... Through Pullman Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Cincinnati
II' cost of the woodwork In butternut orAN ...... 412p .. ......................... Eau Gallia ......................... 128:1p ......
...... 421p .. ......................Melbourn......................... 1224p: ...... ,O., Via Asheville N. C., and Knoxville Through
...... 467p .......................... Ro eland ..?...................... a. 1141>& ...... "THE LAND'OF THE SKY."
...... &Op : .......................... 8eLastln.n ?........................ ii I 1143& .., ..
[ ...... &6'p: .......................... St. Lucie......................... It)Ma ....'..
A SMART AUTUMN SUIT ...... .. ........................ Fort Pierce ......................... 10 48a ...... Throne Train.via Southern Railway connection
much adopted for autumn and winter .. ............ .......... .......Eden... ........................ 10oba are now Operated
r a .................... .....Jensen........ .................. 1000. l'Io, the Plant System from Jacksonville.
\} wear, being a red shade of mulberry 209 615p.( .............. ............. Stuart ....................... M II&Oa 208 .
r and called automobile. ,The braided Pa7! N .......................Robe tbnnd.: ....................... 919sD.lly
braid D ........................ We.t Jupit.r ........................ .' lI07a For Bates,Schedules and Information call on or addressA.
design Is of plaIn black plaited : ............... ....?West Palm Beach..................... iiS48p 88Sa
:. having a rather satin effect! In places. Blip .................. ........ Boynton........ .................. 8 GIRARDEAU, T. P. A., or W. T. COSBY T. P. A.,
.......f............... D.iray ......... .........i.. 767957p 212 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
{ The stitched revers, dull metal buttons a .::.................? Fort Lauderdale...................... 'I 01020p RANDALL CLIFTON District Savannah. Ga.
and general finishings give this suit a 1 to ........ .... ........ Lemon Citr.......;.. ............ 62 Passenger Agent
j most charming effect, while the long 10 Arrive,.........................Miami ........................... 616. J. M. GULP W.'A. 'TURK. S. H. HARDWICB
'4'( BETWEEN 11EW SMYRNA AN'UA1, UE U TY J (: vo Traffic Manager Jen. Pan*.Agt. Aist. Ohm.Pan A,$.'G
lines tend to make It a becoming style Washington D. C Washington.D. O. Atlanta
,; to figure Inclined at all to. embounolnt. o. STATIONS.SU6ple .
any ,.... .
Ta v...,.... New Slnyrna,.......................mAr p 560 -- --- -' ,.
1 112113 .,. ,,,,,,,,, I.ak.Helen.................. .....,...Lv121U 410pIpip
The jacket can be made smaller as a 1130. ,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,. .Orange City.....,,...., ..,..,.....,.., 120011 424p I
bodice for indoor wear and the collar OOD 495 1l 4613 Ar..,,..,;,. ..,Oran eCit Junotton........... ........ 115b. 116Q
lined with velvet In place of the fur I All trains berworn New Smyrna and Orange City_Jnnctioq Dally except Sunday.UHTWKkN :MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

j which obtains on the outdoor coat. IIIUSVIKLIC. AND SANKORD.
The second cut a charming 0 A ;
presents I
Ly.....................................Tltu.vW.......................................Ar p Florida, New York,
t decolletage for a young lady. It would t18. .......................,..............Mime.......................,..........,...Lv128a 112p Philadelphia and Boston.)
( account for Itself well In any light tint .. ..........................,...........Osteen...................................... a. 1167I0a
ATTRACTIVE CORNERpine .............................,......Euterpri....................................... 1181. From B>.B>swlck (direct),to New York.
but Is especially successful In white will bo about $5.25.: The post '9t4. ............................ nl.Tpri.e Junction.............................. 11 61. I'i PASSENGER SERVICE.
., with shoulder strap and All trains between Tituavilla and Sanford Dally Sunday. To make connections with steamers leave ;
velvet shade blue
blue of
a palo eioeyt M 'Gov.8afur
.
In height, the lower spindles 12 inches on Thursdays at II:20 a.m. via Fernandina and
J satin ribbon threading the bouillon- and the 4 I (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick0:3: p.m. Pinvatroute
1)))' nees at the top beneath the frill. Either long upper spindles Inches KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Or, via all rail, leaving Jacksonville 8-l: ) a. m. (*;' ]
long. The curtain or drapery Is suspended & V.), via Everett and Southern K'y. Passengers taking
? a sapphire or turquoise buckler on a small brass rod.three- The steamers of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company are appointed to sail as follows) per aboard steamer that night.

should be worn at the waist eighths of an Inch In diameter the rod STEAMSHIP COCOA.
' i: While the chic black gown Is still to be held In position by brass sockets PROPOSED SAILINGS

well liked and grays and browns are no nails or screws being used. SOUTHB'OUND.Lean Lv.New York Pier 21 E.R.,S:-OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. BNmv

4 In high vogue the prospect of dull For hall or chamber the seat can be Miami Sundays nod \VednesilKys; Arrive Key West Mondays and Thurs Friday Dec. ..............,....... : ... COLORADO......................... .,.,Frtdaylk.
Leave West Havana and
made In box for clothes box days Key Mondays and Thursdays. ; Arrive Tuesdays Friday,Dee 8.;........ ..........."..RIO OUANDE...... ..... ......?.. ...,:,r'IaV' .
style a a
Fridays .rldday. J5......".....'............,..COLORADO ..... :.-............... ".. s
shoe box or as a receptacle for chil NORTHBOUND. I' 22........................,...RIO GItANDE....,......./t....'..." ", Friday

I dren's toys. The box should not be Leave ITavHttH Tuesdays and Fridays: Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Fridays, For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, etc.,apply to
1'4 I over 14 inches high, arranged with a Leave Key West Tutmtays and Fridays, Arrive Miami Wednesdays! and Saturdays .JIocklOlIV
I I lid on strong hinges.-: Boston Herald. Departures from Miami.will be made .oua as possible alter arrival of train IS BASIL GILL, Agent 220 W.Bay StAH.
I A-on sailing days. .II.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick,Ga.
Thwm Tiute Tablu*how) the limes\ at which train.and boats may txtexptwtod to arrive an4 C.H. ,X. y,
MALLORY General Agent;Pier 20, E.River,and 385 Broadway
;j Marrowbone on Toast. depart from the several stations and port, but their arrival or departure at the tiniM
Marrowbones are as much sought stated is not iuarantl'lI\1. nor does the Company hold itl101f renpuuaible for any delay or say -- ------- ,
I cu jueuce ariamt therefrom.For -
after today as they were lu the old copy of local time card all at :ZK West Bay Strict Jauluuiivllla, or addremi
I Ili time whon Taffy of the nursery rhyme J.P. BEUKVT1TU. Trafflo Manager. J. D. EARNER A.O.P. A.

h, "cauio rowbone.to" my house and stole a mar __r-____St._Angnntln_ _-1 If You Have Not T TFound


a Leon Sunlez chef of the Manhattan .
1 l' II/1!/ '{? II Is noted for his "marrow rings on LANT
gYSTEM.If
by toast him" as directions follows:for which are given p What You Want t

I Have the marrowbone of beef sawedIn
; .: I I II, rings an Inch deep Cut slices of at
, fr" I j jk bread In round shapes, trimming off all you afro going anywhere, whether it be to the For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look

\ rI the crust, flutter tho slices on each North, South, East, West, Fruit and Garden Lands along the
L side. Lay them lu a dripping pan and

., I put a marrow ring In the middle of Northwest or Southwest.Remember East CoastFor
: each slice of bread. Sprinkle the mar
'','. row with a little stilt and paprika. that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lines with

j < Stand the pan In a moderate oven and gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tifton .' '

let the marrow roast with the bread und various other poinU/wlth its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEs are flocking In but still there is room. tf you

THE NEWEST DxcoLtruci. until both are a golden brown. Remove the best route, and that all information can be obtained promptly by addressing 1
the from the then witha looking this way, drop a line to
days to come encourages toward gayness pan oven; or calling on
of toilet. The tailors are cake turner lift each slice separately 3'rd Vice President,
t apparently F. M. JAS. E. INGRAHAM
dominated by the most cheerful and lay on a hot platter Servo witha Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.' ,

of sentiments/ for their tweeds combine white paper\ fringe about each mar 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.. FLORIDA EAST COAST R%

startling and daring color con row ring.-Washington Star. B. W. Wrenn passenger Manager, Savannah, Oa. ST. AUGUSTINE. FL

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T 'I 2.19.N RIVER IOTELI

r 1= + TITUSVILLE,, PLAZA HOTEL, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLKDOE, FLA.

f45) = INDIAN RIVER 1 This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is ,
# ? Postofllce, Bank and Cathedral. ; centrally located, near This handsome new hotel, located on the bankof tho beautiful Indian River, '
)
FLORIDA. Rooms in the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region, Is now for tho
oOcts open
to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week. reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be

,V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Imagined thap Rockledgo, with its beautiful walks, romantic scenery bearIng -
; J. O. BAST orange groves, fine boating, fishing and hunting. Rooms with private
Proprietor. bath. Rates fti.oO: per day and upwards. Special
weekly rates > HOTEL ABBEY St. George Street.
} II. PECK, Manager.
4 A 4 The hotel fronts on tho ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

wide sweep of bay(7( miles This delightfully located hotel, near the City Gates; overlooking EAU GALLIC.
In width), formed by the old Fort Marion and the bay now open for the season, under the
Indian
delightful River summer, making it re a management; of P. M. Snare, of the Everett House Saratoga

yrm sort. Constant cool Springs, N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to Hotel Granada
breezes from the sea and 1'. M. i
SUAREZ St. Augustine, Fla. EAU, OALLIE, FLA.
iwn.u u aolr ti'' springs.Flowing Special summer I The Everett House, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., will be open June 1, 1000. I.

7 r> b 'rl.] .. rates. ,Half way down the Enst Coast, on the bank of Indian River Best ;'t
hunting and finhlng point on the Const. I
SI AnnEI ZI Everything new. No malaria.
Large rooms good beds, plenty.of oranges$ and a OUARANTEED TAIILR..
$2.00 to *::1.X) day.
Titusville per Special weekly rates.
Hoarding Houses.!
THE COLONNADES! ? ) SEABREEZE FLA., Twenty minutes IIAr.LO CK WELLES, Proprietor NOEL A. 'MITCHELL, Clerk.

by 'bus from DAYTONA
Station. .
IRS DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,
Electric Light, ,Steam heat, Private bath, Boating, Fishing, Surf DUX. ,

Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread pies, Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion. Best bicycle roads In the

cakes hotels, and etc.,familIes go to Mrs.supplied Deisner's City I1akery. Yachts. boardIng houses, State. Buy tickets via F. E. C.,R'y to Daytona. '

J. P. VININ'G, Manager. The
Nettarty EDEN, On-Indlan-Rlvor.

BOOKNIGHT'S' BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA.: 1".AI ATIrA. <
Ono of the loveliest locations" on the river. All modern Improvements. ;

Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per IIot and cold baths l Sulphur: Spring. Excellent drinking water. :, i
Special rates by week or month. day. GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA, FLA. Plenty of fruit and Ico Fish, Oysters and fresh vegetables,: In abund
O. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor. Brick Hotel, Overlooking St. Johns River. ance. Northern cooking )house handsomely furnished with all the
=- Rites $2.80: )per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all comforts of a home Hosts, Trains stop at Ituxton station on the J
boat landings, and Railroad I>epltl J J, t A TINS LEE, Prop. plantation. Plue.i|>ple dlstilct. :Mm.t M I. A. CUUTIS, Manager.
JACI .
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SONVILLE.Merrittjs _
Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet SprIngs, W. Va. I .'
JINHIX.:
<

Hotel OLD.... Chill Sauce. A HORRIBLE IDEA.It .
Rattan To make chill sauce, peel and cut.
CARLETON. JENSEN: FLORIDA.UREVAUD .
into pieces 20() large: / nearly ripe toma << Just Occurred to Her That "0" I. Al Fresco Hotel ;

toes and place them In n porcelain or Not Alvin "0." COUNTY..
agate kettle. Chop five good sized onions Young/ Mrs. Torklus seemed very I

Market and three law green peppers and two much worried when her husband came J. I.. JENSEN, Proprietor t
Streets
Bay fronting St. Johns River
American plan. red !peppers tine, put them with the tomatoes home In tlll''l'ulc '
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill, and add two and a half cupfuls "What's the matter?" he asked sympathetically. New HOIIHC; best accommodations; ou the East Coast; table flrst-nlaas and ;
every convenience and comfort. Hot and mid) baths, modern
of vinegar Place the kettle ; Improvements..
rooms attached Florida trade over the
especially catered for. Rates from fire and lot the ixuitentH slowly simmer "Oh. Charley, I'm no afraid I've made In tho center or the famous I'inouppto/ Section; chute to the Inlet; Fish and]

$3 to $1. per day. Special.rates by the week or month................ from two and n half to .three hours. enl'wh's.11) ." O\'IILel'8111I1bundllnCtl. Terms IIICtI emlo. '

C. A. MERRITT, Lessee.Merritt's When the mixture' has been t cooking "\\' '. you haven't clone anything to Don't Fall to Stop at .Tonscii When Visiting Indian Itlvcr.

two hours ndil to It two table-spoonfuls harm anybody or hurt their feelings-

I of salt one large cup of l brown sugar have you'"Not /" WEST IAI.JU'AOII.! '

one teaspoonful cnHi of cloves and all Intentionally. But you know \ f ,
spice find ono tnul.'spoonful of cinna how likely we are to bi I misunderstood.
Hotel Placide mon. When' cold, put Into Jars and I'm aft'aid those people who have

cover. moved 'next door will never! speak to us THE SEMINOLE 11'1PALM: IJEACH: FLA. l
anlnnd/ I'm so sorry! They seemed
No Don lit of It. like such nice people. They Rent tho ,
"Is he what you would call a culj servant girl they I brought with them Under. Now Management Open tho Yrnr I Round.r Excellence' of '

The only first-class Hotel in the State conducted on the European tuned person?" from Boston over here this morning to Cuisine u specialty. Hates $2.f: l) to $3.b0:( (! per day. .
"Cultured: Well. 1 should say so. borrow sona thlng."
plan only. Our 40 cts., Special Meals are the most liberal and lIe knows twice as much about the "Wi-llv; they're Just getting settled. SEA(1L1: & BURN IIAM, Proprietors.

popular served in I the city. Open all the year. 'Bus meets all trains. history of ancient Greece as he does You ought to ncfoumioilaiu them In
about the history of the United States.:! any way you can,."
CIIAS. COUCH, Resident ..Manager.WESTMORELAND' And he can ilo a problem In trigonometry "That's what I thought. Co when GAINESViLLE. '
In one-thlyd the time I It would the girl came over and asked our KM
take him to calculate the Interest on ;to lend her n mop I told her to give her
Streets a 00) day note Cultured! Well 1 the best mop In the house and If we BROWN HOSE Largest and bestllotelGAINESVIiLE

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE guess!"-Wiblilugton Star. hadn't a good one to go n round' to the :: FLORIDA. '
11 I : FLA. '
store and buy n new one"
"That's right. ....'l'IIOHOUUJlJ.YOVERUAULED AND RENOVATED... ,
American and European plan: Centrally located. Just built and open A SDc(' ..fl1l Show, "But. Charley have you heard them

ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water First Circus Man-How do you manage talk?" JNO. S. IJOWEN, ,
Baths Elevator to fill your show with only six performers "A little. They broaden their 'ft's Manager,: formerly "i'laclde<< ," Jacksonville, Fla.
etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All ? I
after the manner of Boston. It sounds
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75c and $1 a day. Rooms and Second Circus 1\lnn-1 carry 12 bill very pretty nnd precise. I like to hearIt.

board 2.00 to $2.50 per.day. posters.-NV\Y,. York Weekly. ." FOR SA-LE.
"Yes. But It Is BO confusing. A mop
Ifrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. was "
such a funny thing for cultivated
Your Danger Now Hotel with
people like them to ask for. I shouldn't Seven Cottages and 1O
Is from the overworked condition of be a bit surprised If they were reading
The Travelers' Hotel the liver and kidneys which are unable some war MOWN and what they wanted Acres of and.
to expcllmpul'ltieflll'om the blood. This ,
4 causes rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparllla to borrow was a mop undo oh dear, I
i think maybe I'd I better put ou my
has been wonderfully successful In
Mns. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. curing this disease. It neutralizes the things and go oror'right way and try
acid in the blood and permanently cures to explain."-Washington Star,, ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA., the aches and pains which other medicines
fail relieve. Hood's Sarsaparilla ]No Wonder lie bled.t 't'rtr t '
is the bent winter medicine because Hero U n unique) verdict by a coro w j',
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service
purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood.It ner's Jury on n man who was killed bya
TUB BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. gives help'just where help is needed. switch engine! :

tJ- Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. It tones the stomach. stimulates the "1Ve. the Jury, find that the decease ,
liver and arouses and'sl1stalns the kid came to his death at the hand ot1 Ln "
neys. It wards off pheumonla, fevers, Rwltfh' engine after !beln sat on by the 1, ,j

HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite bronchitis, colds, coughs and the grip. coroner for two hours and u half,"-Atlanta .i

St. James Hotel. Constitution. iq q

When Willie IIn l the Menile.
Convenient to all parts of the, city, commodious rooms, comfortable and l When I had the meailei, QUESTIONS ANSViEIiEU.
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas Ma "lie laid, ":low. Willie.year dear ego you know Tta ;afrt,4 a #,+f4i44im; ; ,
ant stay, Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack You've gut the riicanleii+ to ;you must be good Yes, August Flower still has the largest i it
sonville. An stay Indoors u all ilck children should" imle of any medicine in the civilized
MRS. M. O. FINLEY: Propr. Gee.,I was good! The feller used to call world. Your mothers and grandmothers
=::: An yell for mo, but I wouldn't go at all,
Because I had the meaalea. Jea' broke outAt never thought of using anything else for
ST. AUGUSTINE. speckled a* a turkey egg, about. Indigestion or Iii iliuuanoss. Doctors
were scarce, and they seldom heard of
An ma, the fed me on rae'berrjr /jam Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or

HOTEL NOW OPEN Sum'At ,we he'a only my have brother for -company didn't git, an none.Sam-Cake Heart failure, etc. They used August 1l
MAGNOLIA An Flower to clean out the system and stop it rt
chicken pie an all good thing* ahe'd bake. Y
ST. AUGUSTINE,. FLA. Rut bread an butter an bacon like Sam bad, fermentation of undigested food,regulatethe 1
I didn't, 'cauie appetite wa bad. action of the stimulate the
my '
$12.000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings Last year, Oh, nothln w. too good for me, you know, nervous and organic Hurl on of the system Located at SARNOthree'nuart.ers of a mile south<<: of KAU GALLIED
and $OOO this season. Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and Cold When I had the incanlti, ;year ago. and that la all they took when feelIng FLORIDA, on the lieu 0/1111\I Hirer, less than half mile from tho
Water Itntlison each floor; also Private Baths added to several dull and bad with headaches Indian River
and and two and half miles from the
The
suites and Heating Arrangements are the improvements' Aa tometlmee, when ma Mid I could. I took a Ocean property
making this popular: house one of the most among comfortable and well The great big fam'ly Ilible down to look of other Green's aches.August You Flower only need In a few doses form .U two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast
At lctu.-1101lC In the ruihti, Je"A liquid
equipped hotels in the South. Write for booklet little baby. In a baakeb-yee. to make you satisfied there is nothing Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining the property Buildings

... PALMER & MAcDOWELL, Proprietors. An David choppln up the gt-unt. Then serious the matter with you. Sample erected In 1890, and some of them have never been, occupied, the orig
----= There! was old! Panlcl In the Horn' den, bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at 'inal owner having' died a few months after their completion

The Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Ten With time growling ai many llou u, crouchlit at Lincoln In park.the dark Titusville Cocoa, and Fla.F. 8. Chaffeu's drug store at The hotel was opened for about two months prior to tho owner's

BUCKINGHAM, Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Home-like When 1 had the meaalee, year ago death, and hUH not been used since, All tho buildings were erected in ,

and comfortable. Rates moderate. flee I lived bight t An one day Sam d'ye know, 114(00. Reward 114100, the most substantial manner and are now 'in excellent condition. The ,
NOW OPEN. GEO. C. HOWE Proprietor. He blubbered aome 'cauwi he'd had 'em once, hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and little of the fur
An I felt aorry. I'a aaya he'. a dunce The readers of this paper will be very .
Dut I guc*> "<>t, fur hlnkln of the jam pleased to learn that there I 1i at leant cue 'nituro has ever been used. There are two artesian wells, twenty cisterns .'
ST AUGUSTINE All locked tight. 1 quite agree with ftaia! dreaded disease that science has been connected, with sewer etc. '
The NEW HOTEL Wont thing. bout havln nn-iuli-i U that when able In nil II
ALGONQUIN to cure IU stages, and that U The tho ,'
FLORIDA. tou've had '.m once you never can again. Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the property cost original owner 18,000 and will bo sold at a '
Chicago Uecord. only, known sacrifice.. The ultnffA ('ut. inlpliy ponpnliati 0 tin. nrnnprtv.. .. ,. ..
positive cure to the medical -- n. ------.T -- ,-T. "
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA.. fraternity Catarrh being a conitltutlonal For particular apply too or address,

Under New/ 'And Liberal Management. Most Centrally Located. A SUIU CUIU; FOR CUOUP. clUease, requires a constitutional EZRA F. HA'I'CH, lion. I). L. OAULDKN: WM A. WARNOCK, ,
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Caretaker on premise Attorney for Owner, Agent for Ownor,
Special attention to Tourist and Commercial travel. Grand view Internally, acting directly upon the Eau Oallie, Florida. Tituivlllo, Fla. Jamaica, N, Y..

of Bay and Ocean from Verandas. The leading Hotel. Open the Twenty-five Years' ConstantUse blood and mucous surfaces of the system, -_.. --- ---- ____._.u.. __ ___ _..__.. _....... __ __ .. _. n_ ._ .
year round. Rates $2: to $2.50 per day. without a Failure thereby destroying the foundation of
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager the disease, and giving the patient/ 3STIC ARE1'S.r\: :
The first Indication of croup is hoarseness up the constitutionand
Last Two Years Manager Ocean View Hotel. and In a child subject to hat disease assisting, naturo in doing IU work. ,
---- it may be taken as a sure sign of the The proprietors have to much faith laIU DEI'OTFOn: "
approach of an attack. Following this curative power. that they offer One
I 1 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Hundred Dollars)) for any case that It fail
hoarsenctsli a peculiar rough cough If '
fte St. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is given to cure. Send for list of testimonial/ .
TYLER
George F. S. Proprietor. Rochester Beer.
! eJ ; .. soon a. the child become. hoarse or Address F. J. CHENEY &:; CO., Bartholomay's 'j,
II. Gnaw, Manager even after the croupy cough appears, It Toledo, O.
will prevent the attack. It is used In ty :'Sold by druggist, 75 cent .
,
Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the very center of the JIall' } tbe best
many.thousands of homes In this broad o'amilyl'iII. are Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 1

city. Strictly first-class in every respect, Rates: $2.50 per day and land and never disappoints the anxious MI'KCHANTH LUNCH lli: to :131, M. 2ff CJ'MH. t
mothers. We have yet toleara of a ,>lngte ASTKD HKVrRAL: HTHftOXg YOU DIB.trlct .
upwards.- Special;weekly and,, party rates. ff instance In which It ha not proved '"p Offlc, Manager Ib Ibis slats to rep. 130 W. Hay St. Jacksonville, Florida 'I
llwlr amt
- resent IIMI a own aurruundiagcountlee.
effectual. No preparation can show such Willing to pay yearly **so,...,able .-.-T T ,-- ---- "j,1
a record-twenty-five yean1 constant UM .e.kJ,. Ifcttlraliui l employment with uouaual
Remember does Job failure. For sale all opponunlU Ue/erencea e.ehaaed. KnrloxMlfHuidreMe4 Fine Job at the ADVOCATE omc
the ADVOCATE Printing.ga gUU without and a medicine dealers. by drug. II'JO CMton Building'alamped,G6Ica&u.k envelop. J..I.. nark, Printing I

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8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 22, 1899.

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t I 'it itJ A LOVELY PORCH SHADE. FLORIDA.' OSTRICH FARM. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith

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J ')f t i" WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 10, 1800,. The Florida Ostrich Farm Jacksonville GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kiidj
: has been an attractive feature, ,
Advocate. ..
Editor Indian River ...La. yors.
creditable not only to Jacksonville, but Glass and Tinware. Your patronage
Crockery, Solicited.
,I: j jf I have traveled around the country a to the entire state. Messrs. Pearson, .
t t t /good deaf in my time, and It is right hereIn Taylor and Methot, the owners of the WILL l'nAC'TICEIN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
g Washington where the honeysuckle It enterprise, have become the owners of
f r'.t cultivated and grown more by half than practically all the ostriches the United UNITED STATES COURTS.
In any other section have ever visited States, and'they now control the domestic ::EJ. L. :se: :c &:, :S O.
< dense and ostrich feathers in
To note how green and fragrant output of this

: BEHJ. I. JEROME.,,. It lilt the year round, it is surprising country. The company now owns 000 Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fro f
.t 1. to me that every housewife in the land ostriches, all that are In this country, Abstracts of Title
# all kinds. Grain Hay Bran, Cotton Seed
!It t And Food Products of Meal,
who loves the beautiful around her home with the exception of a few at the South Green
State Representative' PENNSYLVA5UA Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive.
falls to cultivate it. Pasadena farms and the dozen or less ] I i
'It' i IRON WORKS CO., fo Furnished lands Drevard and Dade Invito correspondence and solicit
to tc line your patronarJ
the above of.goods.V" your
To those who are not familiar with it, that are contained in the traveling circuses ;
'fIt t the Sal of GLOBE GAS ENGINES E. L. BRADY & BRO.
a l' Very truly, Titusville FJafJ
I will say that It Is a vine, and in habit and zoological gardens of the large Counties.We ,
1 1,1'; Marine\ and Stationary. something that of the wild grape, but cities. The birds at the South Pasadena.

I i Selling Agent COL IAN ACETYLENE the leaves are finer and the foliage of a farm are the property of Cawston &
Lit GAS MACHINES. Safest:! Cheap dark green in color and, as dense as it Cockburn, and by agreement; these will
'
I, r 0 e./l and Best light for private dwellings can possibly grow, and when trained np be kept only for exhibition purposes, have a large list of Lesley & Motto-ray..-
+f"' and stores. makes the finest porch or trellis shadein all the increase of the-flock coming to
i.,' the world, as the severest cold does the Florida company. The investmentof LA NHS:
j : RENAKER & CO.
to LOSLEY
1 I t For prices; catalogues and estimates,, not effect it, and when everything else is the Florida company Is fully $300,000, (Successors )
'I' I if Ji: address, dead, sear and brown in mid-winter, all of which is paid up.
f\ 1 Brandies Rums
I t Iz BENJ. W. JEROME, your honeysuckle is as bright; and $green The home office and headquarters of owned by ourselves and clients.\ Price Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Gins and Whistle(
with full In the month of June. the Is In Jacksonville
where
I foliage as company Bottled Beers Ales and Stout
I I It Itockledge, Fla..THE It Is easy of propagation, and can be are sold the feathers from all the other for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00 ,

III started from roots or cuttings as you farms in California and Arizona. They A First-class Line of Cigars. .** Billiard arid Pool Table
I, ; i, ANHEURER BUSCH like, and from either yon can grow a will be prepared for market at their per acre.
," ,,, lovely large vine in from twelve to eighteen factory in Jacksonville and that city Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and carefnl attention given to aordors.
months that would be a source of will become the distributing point for Cash must accompany your order. LOS LEY & MOTLOW, Titusvllle

Associations' Joy and pride to you forever. the /goods. The experience has been WE.have a few Residence, Orange
Brewing This vine is very hardy, and a cuttingor that the losses from birds that are accli-
4 root would stand a long journey, even mated, which is the condition of all that Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable Protect Your

Famous St.Louis Keg and Bottled Boer.i by mall, and to stick it In the ground on are now owned by the company, are very locations. Prices Reasonable. INSURANCE. FIRE
i arrival, fertilize it a little and water i It small. No disease has attacked them Property Against
.
Bold by Mess.Lesley & Motlow, Titusville, Fla slightly, It Immediately commence to after they have passed the first three
t To train the vine and months of their LJGEJTNJNG-: : .ci. O YCILONLB
r Br Mr. R.L. Motlow, Cocoa, Fla. /grow. up support existence, and the only .
J f By Mr.V..J.Tucker, Cocoa& Fort Fierce, Fla, it, it will make a growth of thirty feetor losses in numbers hive: been the few OFFICES J J J TITUSVILLE, I represent alf the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual LIT
more. There are three varieties-the that have resulted from accident, as the .. and MIAMIt Insurance.Company.. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JOSEPH ZAPF. bloom being white, pink and yellow-all breaklpg of a leg, or from injuries In- Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
..
of which are as frag ant as they can pos flicted on each other In fighting. '
For Rates Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCI1UYLER
,
i 1'I' sibly be.Fora. As announced in previous issue of East Coast Meat MarketG.
; ...$oe ,Agent. dense shade put your cuttings the ADVOCATE Mr. Pearson(accompanied Titusville, Fla. I
three to four feet apart. If you will set by his wife) went to Havana to look

j j Git to 020 West Bay,Street, the cuttings at intervals along a fence over the field with the view of starting F. DUREN, Agent.
k ki In duo time your fence will ho obscuredby an ostiich farm, but he decided it would
i l JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a mass of, evergreen foliage; ; ; not pay his company to do so. Last week C'== 0- A NICE, CLEAN, SMOOTH SHAY

Capt. E. A. Wn.801'l. Mr. und Mrs. Pearson visited Palm l = -. ,
W Beach, and they wore so pleased with cr.t; cam.O : c
that beautiful garden spot, that it Is : 4rt 7
CANCER CURED at HOME. CHURCH NOTICES. more than probable Messrs Pearson, Taylor paC ,, you can always get when you use a Griffo

& Methot will start .an ostrich farmat =J s
We have the finest stock {
razor. of
s i NO KNIFE, NO CAUSTIC. TITUSvir.LK-Archdeacon B. F, Brown that place this winter.Roseland.. sI.: big
r TICK ATM INT PAINLESS. will hold divine service in St Gabriel's .. grade, fine tempered steel Griffon razor
A ,
Belleview Sanitarium Episcopal church on Sunday next at 11 r =a
I that are guaranteed to be the best and mos
a. m. and 7 p. m. Also on Christmas e:: r
l BHLLEVIEW: FLORIDA. Day at 10:30 a. m. There will be a festival = -CXITITUSVILLE -'r satisfactory that is mad Our stock of finj

i with for Christmas the children tree of the to-morrow Sunday (school Satur-, day E.in M.Roseland.Stokes, of Woodley, spent Sun- cr.t ry:; C9C I d iV1 ,cutlery in table ware, pocket knives, razor

NEAR & day) afternoon at 430.: FLORIDA. /G scissors and shears are the best manufa
TAYLOR, Allen Cain, who has been working in n 1
Christmas services at the Presbyterian iVoodloy, returned homo Sunday. /i I tured.
I Artesian Well church to-morrow (Saturday) evening at IIIIIIII
:30-Sunday school concert, ,find Christ.' Beans are about ready for shipment, George Peoples... tI ,
mas tree. Sunday, Dec. 21-Preaching and oranges; are "The GoldcQ Fruit" In JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
: ; CONTRACTORS at 11 a: m., subject, His Name shall be reality this year, both in color and cash aovrarnr ,
+ i
; f i i called wonderful;" 7:15 p. m., subject, returns. Old building Gibson,next ...Tinsmith, TITUSVILLE, FLOIUDJ
"Lessons of Christmastide. Mrs. S. Davis, who has been door .
Eau Gallic Flu.P. .. visiting to Carruth- =======
r ere'barber shop.WasbingtonAve.. .
t and consolidated her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain, is
The Methodist Baptist TITUSVILLE, FLA.
.. Christmas tree will be held on now living in Micco, where Mr. Davis
Monday evening at 7:30, at the Methodist working. Tinsmithing, Roofing, Gutteringand LOST.
!: L. Turbyiill church. L. C. Moore is having a roof put on all kinds of repair work promptly ..
his new launch. Mr. Kroegel, of Sebastian attended to.
INDIANOLA-Rev. E. N. Bell will Is doing the work. Mr.Moore has The profit and more, on SHOES.We .

S 91hi i' Livery Feed and Sale Stables preach morning at the and above evening.place on Sundaynext his old launch hauled out for a general o .Work from down the River,solicited offer several pairs, most men's

overhauling. $3.50, $4.00, and $5.00, sizes 7, 7J

'Going on a Cruise.( MAINHARD BROS., and I 0), now at. . ., . .
3 a I have some of the finest horses and Eggs for Hatching.White .

carriages In'this section of the country. .JUST HALF
Commodore John B. Russell, jr., of Plymouth Rocks: the coming ..
) Call and see me. Reasonable rat s. Hartford, Conn., has been spending several owl, exclusively. Stevens' Imperial Gleaning and Dyeing

days in Jacksonville, on his way to strain, mated with cocks imported from .. Send us yourorders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. .
P. L. TURBYFILL, Titusville, where his fine schooner-yacht A. C. Hawkins, the famous breeder of
Eleanor has been laid up all summer. Socks. Eight breeding pens after Jany. Establishment Newnan St., Clothing Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
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Waynosville North Carolina. cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed., ,
!
I He will cruise up and down the East 1st, 1900. Price to suit everybody.
;I' 8Jan Coast this winter, and W. E. Heubleln, H. FitiKDLAMDKn, Interlachen, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of the well-known impost and export JOHN E. WALKER
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house of Heublein & Bros., Hartford, The Gem Barber Shop. ,
TlioI1O Bl.C'\VCI.Y Conn., will probably join him. Mr. Russell ,- Christmasand

l is a right jovial fellow and has a Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing ,. Furniture, J H; Ice Cream Parlor
*tf{ ( West,Day St Jacksonville, host of friends Florida, which he has etc., Porcelain Bath Tubs with New Years "i?
visited every winter for many years. He Baths attached.
electrical Everything II.
Millinery
FINE j Soda Water
is as' enthusiastic over Florida! as any up-to-date. O.:P. HUNTINGTON, Prop. ,
I. Floridian, and I Ig the cause of many northerners 333 West St Jacksonville. Buyers....
Bay, ,
!111E5 Wines, Liquors'and Cigars. 'I.' coming to tho has East made Const; every Dry Goods, I (Fount and bottles.)
season Mr. Russell Ormond Valuable
Home Have just received an elegant line of
Amheusor-IJusch Extra Pale I and his headquarters for A Beautiful Cigars & Tobacco.
on Draught: Daytona several walnuts almonds
figs, raisins, filberts ,
for Sale at a Bargain Notions
; etc.
Fine Cold Lunch Served years. '
Daily. pecans, bananas, oianges; cocoanuts, : :
The best of Service and a ploaaunt quiet dried peaches, apricots and apples; also Confectionery, etc.
JOAN F. MUNCH Change In Time-Table. At Micco, on Indian river, Fla., con- "Star ; ;
Bonort.
Mgr. call attention to candy the best Building.
our ,
: you "
Istlng,of 10} acres, a. well built, two- ("at the old stand. )
and In the market, Is put in
purest up
house, 7 rooms; a two-story store
'.S 4 To Tho Denf.A The trains of the F. E. C. RyM runningto story building, 18x32ft.: handsome front lawn, fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive prom)

and from Titusvillo, changed; timeon shaded by palm trees; a :300 foot dock; grade in 30 pound pails. Can buy in.any / and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.
i rich lady, cured of her deafness and Monday. Tho southbound, in the 250 budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit quantity. All kinds of canned goods.
y afternoon, now arrives at 2.53, 01, Instead Our stock nice and fresh; A I. ,Money
( ; noises in the head by 1>1'. Nicholson's p. trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud;
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his of 3 o'clock p. m.; and the. northbound 500 young nursery stock; artesian"well; saved customers.
Institute, so that don people unable to ,I at 2:10: p. m. Instead of 1';15 p. m. 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed John B. Massa, GAY BROTHERS
, d' .procure the Ear Drums may have them The train from Jacksonville, formerly arriving over place; 1 aore wood, shed for pineapples -
/ at Titusville at 0:30 m., now 217 West'nay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
) free. Address No. 1134, The Institute, / p. ; a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple -
780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y. arrives at 0:20): p. m. Tho freight now plants; rallrwid' station on west
+ ,- arrives at 0:50): > a. m. instead ,of 10:14: line of this place; tramway running to WM. KNAUER,

For' Sftlo. a. m. river front; on the east. This place to be PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS

f appreciated must be seen. The very Wholesale dealer in
The Pablo
14 acres choice land, at Goorglana, Deaohnall"ay handsomest .place on the river. The
t fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, partly land is of the best hammock. Orange CANEY.Buy :: We make a Special Feature of our
The branch of the Florida East Coast ,
t trees nearly all in bearing now.
cultivated. 1100.00; terms to suit. ;
, : ? Address, Railway (writes an ,ADVOCATE: correspondent Apply to D. L. GAULDEN, Atty., Mail Order !
1' COUKTLAND BUCKMAN, ,) is fast nearing completion. It Titusville, 1<'111. your candy from the Wholesale DepartmentKnowing
t Is to have one of the finest roadbeds in
22 st. Jacksonville Fla. House. Call
Hogan Candy .01'
the south and is being laid with new
; and Interestng how difficult It is inCHEAP some localities to GOOD GROCE
most peculiar get
If steel rails and material Intirely. Over VISIT the write for prices. families tillpromptly
them
can send us their orders of having
in . with the assurance
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers fifty carloads of material are lying at sight America and satisfartoi
Address: carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be
h, d for Sale. South Jacksonville awaiting transporta THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and na
tion. Mr. Flagler may well be called the Corner of Madison and Adams Sts., many articles not usually found in other and
smaller houses.
"Wizard of the North for he is
spend
Abbakas, Egyptian and Gplden Queen
JACKSONVILLE if" SEND FOR
FLA.
@ OUR
t 1 Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and lionI ing vast sums of money along the East Farm PRICE LIST
Spanish. Apply toHADDOCK Coast of Florida. Success to him and
,
\ & MATTHAMS, his enterprises. The Three
jL i ". "Palm Beach finery," JACKSONVILLE Whys.: E. A. WADDELL,

West Palm Beach, Fla. New Telegraph Itepeatera. -

4 H WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD Miami City and Dade County -
i The Orlando Nurseries Mr. G. C. Hauls chief operator of the (i. with stale food, when you can
Western Union Telegraph Co.'s ottice In buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird
OtTer for November and December de- Jacksonville, arrived in Titusville on 1 1y Food fresh every day at 25o per Ib ; sent Real Estate Bureau
livry 15,000 choice budded orange and Sunday, to put In the now instrumentsfor anywhere lOo extra to pay fieight
grape fruit trees; are four years old; sour the F. E. C. Railway. Tho instruments suffer from CHILLS & FEVER
WHY
orange stock. fi,000 sure bearing fig consist of a set of repeaters, which when you can pet .a bottle of -A select list of--.
trees, Peach, Plum, Pearand Persimmon cut the wires at Titusvillo and automatically Thomas' Chill and.Fever Tonic, guaranteed
'trees, all loading and best varieties. repeat from north. to south and vice to cure for 50o. :nn '" nh
J 2.1,000: camphor trees, imported seed. vt'rslall messages, etc. They are now cRyike JPropertyCity ,
1 1 Everything carried by lirst-class nursery. 'Instruments aud look very fine, but are WHY suffer from when a splitting HEAD-bot- Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prospbate II
ACHE, you can get a
I Write for prices, to said to bo quite complicated, requiring
GKO. II. WIUOHT, constant attention. tie of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
r cure you in short order for lOo.
General Orlando
} rr Manager Nurseries... For Correspondence, enclose
stamps. Agent for
1= M II. R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist.La .
I
Mat at Sea. ARMOUR
& CO. MILLS,
: Villa Pharmacy, AIRMOTER WIND
j rtr Subscriber, your attention is drawn l .v. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fertilizers, Chicago, Ill Chicago,

1, r to the name-aud-date slip pasted upon Mr. Fred A. Morgan, of this place, has i y Avenue D, over Dank MIAMI FLORIDA.
,
4, your paper or wrapper. If you are In just received the sad intelligence\ / of the Vi!? _

arrears, please remit. death of his brother, the announcement Nearly: 800 glgnntto birds standing 8 to 10 feet Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona I :E. .
belugas followalouoANOn ; high, w lgtunK:250!! to 100,pouud"* each. Ostrich MIMS, : 'r.: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA|
ft -We want \ the 15th of November, nests, egK,ostrich sitting and baby ostriches Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet
to draw the attention of
combs -DBALElt IN
just batched. brushes and -
perfumery
at sea, during the from Cape toaps, r.J:
} voyage
our numerous readei > along the East Uluilu escort vUltort through the farm ex- articles
Coast, and throughout the state lugcner Town to Las Palmaa, on board the S. S. lalnloK all about the bird, their naau, babita, I fancy toilet great variety. t ; r-r"tw

i ,t J, to tho ndvts. of the live and ewer Avondale Castle, of malaria, William plumage, etc- M. HUSTOH, propr .1cn .
ij ;' gotlo businessmen who are bidding fora Lewis Morgan, M. A., formerly of Oi- ...
a share of your patronage In the columns ford, England, ,surgeon, aged,4$ years. .-_ CO r.ry
i of the UVOCATE. If you are in need ..... tine INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
L I of any particular line of goods, the pink A '
', ut paper will teU you the best place to buy -----,. FLA.

fJH, them. Read the ads. Messrs. MoNalr & Wooten, of North II prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention y
Carolina, have started a turpentine farm
Reading notice ads. on this page at Aurantla, and at present employ over paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

u are live cents per line per week. forty men. WETMORE, Proprietor. ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OP ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITH!' E

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it '/ ing l JuU-bdIs t rinrrj 1 sweet rrhdncss Imriiffa rlircr the uniting; cirtli I Sour diimrs pralann the mtjjds' smqr tljnt; told the Snmaur's birth PMRS.! ; -.-A. J. Lii.iv. ," r: Ii

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-y some time. Finally came a story that the force into them to show what hit full opin "The snow sliding down the roof my At first Hans fumed. Then he gradually:

I sailor had died, and soon after the arrival ion might be She made no reply, but drew child." came quiet. At last he did what Dutchmen TOW.r
of these tiding there came through a gate aquilted crimson ho4ovcr her locks and "It is something at the door." have Won charged with a fondness In doinghe Ii

I in New Amsterdam's den.waWa worn slipped! out of the door. When Katryne "Let me !go, Katryne. The watch U: up to went to sleep, the beaver cradle still in

w and weary woman with a babe in her arm*. returned Hans was in A very painful mood, H trick, I dare say." lie .en4 to the door his arms lIe had not ventured to drop it, 1

Where she was received, and... sheltered Hans, and he remarked, in a sympathetic tone: opened it, and there upon this stoop what' for what if the baby cried again arid the '1I I
1s did not know "It is a bad night, my child." did he spy? neighbors beard it? The baby had found

"She'had my name once," he doggedly asserted "Yes, father, but Christmas will soon be "A roll of beaver skin!" exclaimed the n protector knew it would not be separated ,

"but she is no child of mine now" here." fat lIaM, stooping and grunting. "Ugh! u and had gone to sleep. Hans followed. In

One might naturally feel that this wintrynight "18 the watch out?" Christmas gift of beaver for Hans Van his sleep ho heard voice,

I.ysbeL'l1nd her babe would be ex- "Yes father- and he almost ran into me, Schenkel." What luck! lie bustled back to "Hans, thou hast the Holy Babe. in thy fi j

posed to the coming storm. That, swing as if i he thought I were a ravage that had the1-fireplace, opened the beaver skin, and arms, the Christ-child, who pomes this nightto

lag bell might'la)': "I ejoicc, rejoice," but just come down the North river, in his here to his amaxcmerit: was a 'awetl-faeeil every home. Wilt thou turn Him away!" ..rvII

\, was not, there room in some hearts for the canoe and needed to be looked after" child! It opened its'eyes, cried once, stared He opened his eyes, and there was Katryne.All -

; ; feeling' of anxiety? Hans was not at ease "Humph! The watch in a savage! if lie at Hans, and then, as if it had found a protector over the crimson were white doves from ,
N' ::, if lie could not drop this subject that had can't tell a goodly woman of New Amster- shut its eyes again. the sea. ;'t7 f

come up for notice. dam, from one of those) upriver Indians. "Oh-;<>h-father! A poor little babe I Let "Thou wilt keep him, father?" He could

1, l I = "Families," he muttered, "ought not to Unless he follows better fashions I will re- me have it! I will take it to my bcd" but nod his head. She: went away, quickly I ,, rJ'I
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sl' IIENChrlstmas I

comes, 'I'IJ
And from the ate< DO not know what
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pies far and near r wilt bring, I
j The bells are rlngII L't ) rithou
I jj gift, w b a t
i.I I> tag, sweet _and changes, from the
t
clear King,
To welcome In the birthday morn *
w With thee, New Year.
Of One In lowliest manger born, As from His presence thou shell fly,
Who died for men, and reigns a King, There from the palace In the sky,
All hearts take up the themo and sing Y' To me, down here.
A*angels sang, o'er Bethlehem's hill, 1i -
Be peace on Earth: to,Men good will do not know how it Ihalille,
When Christmas comes. Hut whatsoever comes to mo,

Full auto I am ,
When Christmas comes
the.wallOf r That ho! whose hand the Master holds
Area holly hangs upon
hall May watch the year a* It unfolds
lowly home and stately ; I
,
rI With perfect culm.
Then men put by, for one. brief day I I

Tho cares that frighten peace away Content In this sure faith to relit,
All thoughts that vex: and festal cheer That all fur him Is truly host,
Comes In this best 'day of the year, The King supplies
To gladden hearts and homes, and make
If tears urn sent, or other III.
Man better for his brother's sake, Ho knows they come as blessings stilt.
When Christmas comes Though 'In disguise

When Christmas comes, "
We someway fool the whole world kin. : I welcome thoo, then, from above,
Then friendship's, fires are kindled In For, freighted down, I know, with love
Cold hearts, whose aoors have long; been ; Are all thy days.
shut. c, And all they pass, be this my care,
:' That buck to Him each ono shall bear
"Come ml"! rings out from hall and hut. hJ
"('(,me In, come In' this Christmas day- My grateful praise.
fut all old differences away. -11. llclocs, In N. Y. observer

Join hands and hearts as all men should -- -
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ID iclversal brotherhood, = rYM
When Christmas comes." { '
/I illS CHRISTMAS PRESENT.

When Christmas comes, ,,+ -

let us remember, generously, ,r6 The Great Prize llarpu r-ounilln Ills Lost Stockings
The of earth, where'er they be, { -
peer r } 1
N t i '
I ; -How Ha Will Accepted.
And share with them our Christmas cheer, ki j4, 1:1 I
As Christ would do. If He were here I ''I "She was the >>t and brightest girt
And whatwe do for Ills dear sake 1 1I we had at our souse that winter,"
Love will a fitting tribute makeTo : : : :1s s ; S., related the smiling 0]Jllirty' who loves to I
Him who camo to earth In love.? ":;E'; ; dwell upon the holiday festivities when she :
So may each heart Its fealty prove'When I "
Christmas'comes? 3- r wag a girl !She was a great favorite with
I the men because of her dashing ways and
: >f>n E. n xrod.! in Chicago Advance. .
f'7 i Atlii 5 the oir-of good comradeship that she always
4 PIt i curnnd about with her Yet we could

1 I never ICU that any one of her suitors wt
favored above another, and often wonderedIf

ho.'>voud! .1111( the appointed destiny of

t\ &\\ tc woman. ,
"In tho party was Harper Allison. We,

it F 3 I always called him Harpy, He was big

71e athletic, good-natured and good to look it,
but wo never thought of him a* a bril-

liant nun. It was a* plain as could Iw 1 that

r./f' tL. lie wan in love with her, and men of his typeire

\f tickr ;: a so persistent They lay siege, and, nu

--= matter what may' come, they continue the

siege \
fj' '
St. ,t, "I know that he' proponed to her alcore

: : was of times but he was alwuji put off with

': merrily going, the n the laughing assurance that she was not tobe
f" i
bell of the quaint I 1.r.rI won by any of the stereotyped method,

J church in New AmIllyJ and that if lie ever did find a lodging placq
I
,<' ) sterdam's fort close tI in her heart he would see a sign(

by the blue water : ; 'l4"q ( igil ; "Clu' .tmai evil we all hung up our
'Iri'alp
that rippled around I ,' a Yen lockings outside our doors, just a* a lurk,
1f.1r.hatlan lUand. lliug-ding- ingdinglfl r"appp, itI 4etdA; you know In the morning we all had

Si.ytolaas' ireients to show but Harpy, He pretended
was Christmas eve, and did not $1! r e + j ,.
l < to be disconsolate beyond consolation. Head
bell have a right to swing iner- Mir 4++ i
!' It seemed to ;: "Christmas cowing put out a great lung pair' of woolen
say '
Doming, coming," and in its joyful tones tP Syr stockings, knit in black yarn and tipped in
l I lv might' have caught the echo of that ju- red by u fussy old aunt in Maine w do al I Ilie

1 nt proclamation "For unto us a Child ,; fays feared that Harpy never drciwed warmly *
r He had been
enough. not only slighted
rn, unto us u Son::: issiven: and the gov- ,
mint shall be upon His shoulders, andII' by Banta Claus, but the stockings them t

name shall be called Wonderful, Coun- selves| were gone
:r the Fane "After dinner there wan a slcighride of
God the everlasting
might Hlo' old-fmhloned kind. As she rained her
the "
S ping and 1'iince of 0 Pence bell! Christmas was dress to clamber into the big ,sled wo allsaw

cJIQlrg.; Ming ring ttway, 0 irbn bell!, To Goy.: : that Over her dainty shoes she wore !
kIiii; ,
1 l'Flter Ktuymaut stamping around the : 11 heavy woolen stocking, arid the toes were

.itt1e' Holland town on his wooden leg,' to i red 'Now I know what I got!I'-shoutedurpy
'be townsfolk' in quiltedFUicoats and before u* all lie tossed' her Into
baggy'breeches or
'the the air, caught her u the came down and
1 to the weal'sailol'S jn "
her
Used Detroit Frere.s.
indefinitely. -
f'tfrg that had pushed up the canal divid- I
:Ihi De Heercn Graft (to-day's Broad street), ..
IIr the seamen in the craft moored by the .

"-'ore' the thought of Christmas brought anew THE NEW ,YEAR, !

( jar. .

!fans V an &'hcokclstood on the stoop of W. Should Meet Its Trials lad TtrapUtloas With e J ,
?'- shop where! he sold beaver akin and oth Strong Filth la God. .

r lots, but the ringing of the bell brought, ja1 "t ,.
,, \ try ; : ?- 2 The return of New Year'* day' invite '

'What special 1 is that.aLi r ction. ?" he asked1Ding many people to the moat somber rttlecins. I
bell ringing for ;
Undoubtedly, most of us can fund'
to hw daughter;Katryne. k4 'abundant occasion for these but there i I..* '
'* ii ringing for Christmas I'think fa- f '
h' patch a thing as pushing self-examination
\and! that is goodne\v It-condemnation to the point 'of ducourement "

Verily daughter, there something bet- ,; The best temper with which wecan
than Chribtmas, and that-' s that know'lmD ,-"' = u_ enter upon the new year /U that of faith.
': .. and'thou hast a home with thy .. .. Ii faiths In Cod and faith in ourselve'sthrough
lather, II ''I' 'k; liii i It is I about certain
'' God Bless Them! : help. as as anything
pity' those wilhoutahomeTh For the Children
I I 11., a Ii IiII 'can be that the new year will bring
stopped filled with
and her blue so
<"'$!,. eyes [Y UII new expcriencei Our courage our uvacity -

:that .they were like sapphire floating'"w'Jntain. "I _. ._,_ ____, __ '_: .. .__ _,_., _._...,.e.. .._____.._.__ = __ __ for endurance our steadiness of char.
of crystal .... _.----::.=:=----- --.,-.;... -,.-- :-- :- ---- aster and power of resistance in to be tested.
t
hone>ome, ; come, child, thou but a good" ... At; the end of the year we are going to bttlIobler
What is the matter with thee who and women than we are today. -
men
Thou foundling, Kutrynet! Who' cumbers returned, and a woman followed her
knotrert, father. dilolHdience She port him to Herr and said or we shall have deteriorated morally
child's beside hi. side :
'Humph!" growled Hans. Then lie broke be broken up by a take! the him with hi* wooden leg" steel, with a foundling The watch .knelt Kalryoeat and forever afterward there will be narrow-
".-\ hI know what ails thee. Thou art"ing that broke-that chain must- responsibility. "Oil-oh. father!" take jt to Herr Ktuyvenant thl very "Felhert""My log opportunities. While we think of ill.latter .
child!
,; for nat sister of thine, and b J it, it not be' "\U8t, my child, I \\at olily ," ?"' alternative it !I. well to strengthen
father, can "Thou wilt forgive
IdGu1t of mine I because she "would yes, "If broken show that thy father will r, stay tlit.! l..ook'! and she! me hearts by the former. Let us believe
father our
"And thou wilt thy
VVpite of all I could say, marry mended done." "I thank thf,." After / at the! picture on 11 I lie wall. 1t all. No forgive not all llanx reached that we are not going to fail and we hanttaken
justly That ,
wUely, turn was
.oIhlld. Wouldlthou
Chrirt
: "Sot unless there the
? I was
tailor that Jack domestic episode .
; Lang towards WLm1D0iber
must love, one an bin hand and retted one on the head a long step success.
festival of out
that we
of tbe blessed
; 'lied her. When then she went into the "Cbri say before the broad open away thin eve Year around!
rude sat New day pomes we
fating a the head of Lysbet.
she was till I .of Kitryne and one on
S 'I other. As she *p< e and Nativity? No, no; keep him get
mete flame
was it wy fault? frolicking to be able to reckon solid gain
mothtr' going
\ tbe child Jetu in Hi* thee. Kat'n.'at The babe stirred now in its furry cradle,onlyto Ire
of
tryoe turned away to hide the pearl wan picture JOIle.'tatanding by. "Look at stemmed pipe, while )Vrf"A/ anyway, IIra) Mire: lie look and imile. And somehow it in character won through the trials and
I 110 freely} from her blue erN, She arm pinning wheel fly merrily nimble. JllI.nil was very.low. vp uptations and emergencies of the year1* I
s.1 M h" pointed to the picture. of it she under her teemed .11 if! the picture on the wall had got
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father ful.y .nvjrc
:: of the clay when Jack Lang and that, of the pau of her wheel and erience.-Uontou Witch nun. ,
i,, !t Van "They love one another father, ,nd- '* heard vnive. father""It hood and' it win slipping out of the out into the room, and the Jove' peaco ,
rk-henkd stole through a gate n ,
daughter. in that of the Holy, milT camedown
YhA
y love thee good THr wind I group
J In the wall of the palisades running "I and she broke i* ni.tliing.) and the sir of June bad
like ,
be called
Katrjne. it until thy return! wing
re encouraged keep only
WaU street now 11 and giving a Dame Thi "Then why not fag straight from East rirj( between made summer and song that Christmai eve night before Christmas U one of the
: 'Ik already
door of
The lovers disappeared there and not out into a bold proposition home?" Outr'fwrnt the wb-- ; and stout plane, He 11'11I111 wits a dilemma. The under the roof of Han.10 fcheakel. .Edward : ...re occasions on which the small boy 14 i

'4t i# let Lybet come another pause \. Rand, in N. Y Observer, tbreatned with inwmnu.; -PucV,
toaved to bed
sward hat the wereuma.tfrsled "Katryne! No more "'1 do bear, oai \ : tried when it was a
bj he put enoughI .. .., _.., .
word. but '.w--
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1rr i'J 1: SU11'1.K3I12NT.: TO kind. der' whistles. Christina cheer is confined to your own /

I ItH Yet she wept while\ ) she chopped the tree She sat' long, but Otto called out from his Christmas -Its True fireside. Forget not ,those homes upon!
Giving Significance Alas
a I; The Indian River Advocate with Rush''s bright ax. She killed the little bed and she went to lie by him, then whose hearths no yule log is burning. suchan w1I
chicken set apart for the dinner, she baked fell asleep. How long the'slept she knew Often Lost Sight Of. they are all)) too numerous. Seek out

[' t: and East Coast GhroniGic.I pies and made strange figures of animals not There is no more beautiful custom4than one, and transfer to it at least,one ray

!1'r'i and people out of gingerbread. Snow began There was a noise in the outer room. She the tilhe-honored one of Christmas giving, of the sunshine which gladdens E. your own in

I to fall, and still Rush came not. rose softly and with beating heart dole to when it is observed in the true spirit; that heart and homer Katharine Megee,

"You shall return with me," demandedher the door. ill, when the gifts are thore of love, not of Ladies' World.Christmas '
f1 !, cousin Karl, when' he came over the hill The tree! The tree! In among the popcorn imagined obligation. \k

6H after dark "We are not cold-hearted. My and the apples and the gingerbreaddogs Present giving at Christmas is of heathen Advice for a Millionaire.
? & mother,sent me for you and for Otto. I will were strand of glittering gold and silver origin. During the yuletide season our OOD-IIYE, old< rrar,
'f i itf' iI carry him safely wrapped up." pink randy hearts, orange, stars, arrows heathen ancestors were wont to make conciliatory Although handicapped by your circumstances :We've Journeyed 01tog \
I $&& M "You are good," laid little Rosy, 'with aye, a dozen gleaming devices. From offerings to their deities, whose personal it i is not impossible for'you to extract ether m
tears, "but when he comes the cabin will be the top bough hung* a* flying, a wax angel. movements and direct interferences on some comfort from Christmas. One! of days
r &?EVe&tt35u24 dark and cold. No, no, Karl, I will wait; About the rough stand were things Rosy earth were supposed to be traceable at that the best rules is not to allow yourself to And now behold '.
tf'tf'f.' anyhow until the new year." had never seen, save in dreams. A rocking'hair period. Later, when the church Christianized think about jour condition. You 'wouJ.dgladly A parting of o n

She set up the little tree and dressed it. ( a beautiful cloak, all fur and red- the custom,the giving of reciprocal giftsso swap places and stomachs with some waysIs
'; ; There were bright berries strung, there were lined. A grand hat with feathers, a silk beautifully symbolical of God's great poor devil who has to earn lu's own )living, With thoughts of mingled gladness very near ar.d
of
J1 Some twenty years rows of white popcorn, there were long vines dress, dull blue and crimson; changing in love gift of a Saviour to a lost world-was but do.not dwell upon this. Instead, ascertain dread
i; 1 \ ago with red leaves carefully dried. 'There were the light. substituted for the heathen observance. the address of some misguided philanthropist I see the winding way that I must tread:

it I t I think It was, or, the reddest applied, the gingerbread dogs and Was she dreaming? Hut a figure crossed Although to all unselfish souls the delight who is in the habit of giving ft To Future Lands;
I a : maybe something cats, boys and girls. There were red stockCHRISTMAS. the floor softly) a figure that set all doubts at in giving far exceeds that of receiving, Christmas dinner to1 a lot of ragamuffins. For thee awaits the realm of sha: i\vs

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rlH That nrst I took the The Silent Land of years that lie asleep
i la liberty to knpw With folded hands.
1 Tour residence, and .
''t f1 bore you with letter. Good-bye, old year!
I A few more steps ere we forever part-
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', I r [4 I You never sent an answering:line. I fear MORNING I A few more words that wake the throbbing
I t That your attentions may have been divided heart .
; To hope and fear;
''r I I wonder did It never strike you queer L A farewell smile a lingering clasp of haM;
,, .11 1 f'; Our 'correspondence' being so one-elded. { r rllr Ere'thou shalt lie within the shadowianJAll '
rx
I silently;
t .. Yet, of philanthropists you were the king; The while I haste a glad new year to ftr'n,
I You always managed, without word or The while I Journey on with memories
warning, sweet
: To drop In somehow, and to leave the thing Old year, of thee.
I
$ c (I fear I'd hinted for) on Christmas morn-
Ing. 'Good-bye, od! year,
I' Alas, not half I felt or knew till now
,
May I that generosity abuse How kind and brave and true a friend w >rt
At this late date, by asking: for another* thou; ,
,Wee, llttlo present, of no earthly use r For ah, twice dear
j t To anyone-but just Prlscllla'a lover? A loved one seems'when' comes ths darkened .
,
,p day
.
Simply 'a little work (worse luck) of art; When heart and lips all tremulous must
Yet lack of It has threatened to undo me. +y aAsn say ,
!r In point of fact It's-well, Priscllla's heart 1111 rya d t ; ;r h A last good-bye;

My very dear sir, won't you bring It ItJyt Yet, though thy friendly',face no more t 8.?' .
it tome? j The memories swep '!my heart has Kepi of
thee. ..." .
I Np need, of course, of mentioning it to her, K:' -Alice Jean Cleator, In Ladles' World.
(I own I find the Idea. somewhat. shock- '
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; Ing), '/ "wr' '' -'''.- w', P)
h i But, If you're fond of custom and prefer ; n ,laVCliilxSir} '9slivf{ i Dda rtC11P IMrt} f t The old-time way, I'll gladly hang my .' THE FIRST CHRISTMAS
dl s N a11
rip ;( ;; 1'r rlatc41Nrniip: vl yr 1
stocking. wtlI1
$ ,
; ? i } You shall welcome.. The'address I ,. I/1 :4 f %,fq:! ;WXVtet.X The Town of Bethlehem Where the Vise Men
i gave p) "U '4 An Jo'aF 'f"; lr J'!: rnJL ? { ; rY. u6
Some years ago, I beg-you will remember. r .r1'i (}'?!?';nsYjNVj/l'xhl!,." ifrntx; h Y I'd; 1r J -' uf'': I e.uutrNr 4' k/iyVvA'Wf'V ; Were Guided by a.Mgsterlous! Star.
For old-time's sake be kind, and I'm your r 1 + ? l y64 7f214t3Y s 4 f x i ; (
Ar{ ( 'The is Bethlehem but the
slave 1 w /? ; .4 Yr place Holy!
r And humble servant, dating from December t r 17 Vhiij 'rp ', t1i 'x'46 Family are no longer at the inn, in which
'there! is no room' for them," writes llcv
-Theodosla Pickering Garrison, In N. Y. .,'' Arn }ry II. Bradford, D. D., in the Ladies'
I Truth. i x,,..; Home Journal, of "The First ChnVtmas

N ., .1; : ii Present." "They in house and
i Iv r + y.. 1Xr h, nlturt ;r tr are now a
1 t: ; Ltrrfrll by themselves. The dwellings of the

poorer' classes of that land and time were
italr /r of primitive simplicity. The walls were of
fiflffTMA1' iJ 'ri nvr t:dyftwl! >1 rlrll'1 f @ >)w ,.{/ ., }} I} } t it tr I i ty IzJ : ta : '' ,, s yratv74f y; i stone, often without cement or plaster, the

hi ? roofs were of boughs or poles laid side ly.
1 4 side and covered with mud and straw, the
Y floors were of earth. They contained few
,
; { r1f ','n7f; if, t )! 'iiskG n.
1:1PItrl ? : / ; + i' !} rooms, if, indeed, there were more than one,
.i I r Jl 1 I ;
8 1ai'rfi'
r r I IJ '
/ and windows, such to be foundin
I.I I./ ep' ,',i ; -no as are
-I/', hr 1ti7"{' t at y ,
IM }
k
:iio -- _, ;!;' ,r" 7r t '" modern houses. The best of these build
? { r .r:1JInYN,,, ings were hardly more sumptuous than the
yr dugouts of the American prairies or the

"'J : j L 1 )?r: crofters' cottages of Scotland] and Skye. but
I.f Y 1 because of' the dryness of the climate they
were not uncomfortable. Neither walls! nor
'- -- floors were damp. Jesus and Mary were in

Ir- had been mar- T' ; such a house, and were as well provided for
r I'- only six weeks, as most of' the peasant people of their time
; S \ Rush Palmer, and their means.

'I ;i & ..:'ti ? nowhere, and r yrq!.},y .Ix,; {! l I 't r/'i' ;f I : ;' '!,,;,; xrl "The' strangers who appeared !In (the
little Rosy Dietrich. rr.VA,' }fhlt7t9r'itty l{},J* t, .11,! tr. '' ,1 uur'rIw' tilt.hr?>lif, r 1'+. :1c.J., !, }!Lf:1hLJ streets of that little town were wise men
the orphan hill girl. They had a small cabin, :,! .{ {, ..yhPl{I1h; lp .' I'yf+ ,t y,' l + tJ M1J! r/t+IttN)+!M?,.l T: ir' tdfi: 1ft'f"l.r.{ ..iy. from the east. They were guided by a mysterious
the rent of which Rush 1 'Lr 3 roMt / A t it, d paid by chopping 1 q 1 s' !.nM,r '.P ' : I wood on the'steep hillside and carrying it 1 ?wWm1i V r Jo .r! .y, .( f r k .. .7. r. ;4.r.?J.:: Ijt! cl;E.y..,: .r... T r 'born king of the Jews.' When they found

down to the wagon tracks below. His firewood '''rJ'nh Idnt!t't n I@Vr,I 1 t fr .:n.d!t l r5'n ?LIa I, ; J f 6.}Y, !( tI J I t a 1 Y Y.'K d {, /!.J n T'r.L.,,.r I nn. k r !.ryv 1 Him, in true oriental fashion they first
,
+IV .. .1
WAS had for the cutting, there were nxn,.,.ryal.t.r.r,;,, t, p.1..q.r tt.. ..,ir"; ..i.Y, .. i' U'. Yy' r '. l .. I ,. ., .,I wli..en t.i.r., ,. ..:;:r?,. bowed their heads to the ground in salutation
1 a dozen chickens, two pigs and a cow. This ,'N, ,7 ans {f h ..l : rr t f /}..t. Cd nr l'r J{!\\.c/.../ .Jr : -' ,;, t!, 11 sr q .rr.: and then presented to Him gold, frank
1 t t live stock Rosy's aunt had given her because r, } t incense and myrrh. The phrase 'wise men'
t she was going to take the little yel- r,. or Magi, indicates that they came from

low-headed brother with her'that'had' been .,ty.:4'hn; f Persia or Arabia; that probably they were
such a burden to the aunt. \k11 W* i } followers of Zoroaster and therefore that
M t ; Yii's'Sik11 !! I ,: ,
,So they dwelt together in the two-roomed 1. ).,; ;:'A'c they were fire-worshipers. That is all thai

cabin, Rush and Rosy and the small boy, who + M WiWWI+ ,olxl?} t ; ..::...,,r.r.,+;,at+,:,; ,. a ,1'.' .t;,'Lk9nrJl'r, u.rn.g.:a rhrri' the Gospels teach us, either directly orb} inference
bad not yet worn trousers. Rosy had been I I hV concerning them."
the prettiest of the hill girls, but had no

't land, no prospects. She loved Rush Palmer .Y, rirfyaSr'i turJrr'{; 1;. ,':1)rp 1.?,s+n'#.,rnikar ,l. ,! r.lutr'} !j JIJI p.; u. {4 n; lI ,r n lY, rr ? .r tl!r'Il's. :'v:r lx: i : itt4rlShv: r! V: ti-oY
,with lIe
unquestioning, unreasoning trust. 'Jctt. What He Makes.IIe .
bad worked all the summer on a farm near. G'rYrrl' dll
When he came, from nowhere in particular, Y was wondering how Santa Claus got
he said, ho was thin and white. Now he was the presents that he gives away.

brown and brawny When ho asked little r ,. '' d rrJ.rJ } h S. + 11t.' to 41 f'. .f.; eVS r "Papa/' he asked, "does Santa CTaus
Rosy to marry him and she said "Yes" with I' jAw lr yn?.RI!:; r.v rt}ali rfJl x.,3,4.h r ., ;1 .}4 make anything?"

out question, he had given her, a curious j' ., "He does, my boy, be does," replied the

Irk I look. ,l.rjji.t.i. !FN r ,Irrl l llyM! iltyY rrr'r ,i father, who had just teen the results m a
}ho 1d I ? .t little Christmas shopping "He makes some
"Your cousin Karl calls me a tramp, "
murmured Iilli +,7, ?'t ) ItI' men prosperous and ho makes others fail

"Ilcaro not," laughed Rosy;; "he is mad;; t t'l,! I 'l r Then he retired to, the library and made

Ip ,} tllat's all." j !);,: yt!! .. I ixr3 :,! another attempt to balance his cash.-Chi
Thcy were happy, in a careless, innocent; d 't '!'1. rl t. : ; ar'd cago Post,

';"IIY, On Thanksgiving day Rush killed quail ,'r h'b41 1 yr it f r li utrr14'y: / ,dJ '( -

ind showed Rosy how to broil them. He 11d "
he tt 1.n,+. wu'titPMr, .J i "Peace on Earth.
'' liked to keep Thanksgiving day, said. It AtY ,
i made him think of the time when he was a '. : +,j While merry bells are ringing,
and home n ':s4tSdHIIT S+>7'trkt? ti nS. 3. + ?t ,;J'r: 'r:{4rniJ,: ryA' And happy voices singing
had
'
boy a ....
t it&1, j,
{ .
J "Are they all. dead?" asked Rosy, from IS? ;Y Ia J yg4iHf yr'F s'f:v r ..7.ynlJ'r'? wnp ; rrri} xnkl.l ;Ii} m r.9Ja6a1i'k Long Because: years the: ago blessed was born Christ-child,

the stove +,,r'iM/l. V+Sr ri Nq I: +:. ItUiCAaa I 111, $ Oh! may we all! remember
i + +
He gave her a startled glance. rwrte) y.Y.: bY l fr rt :r .a / ..fi '. In the cod! and bleak December
r / r 'ho?" N q Ylt k >r!r .
., .5' J ?: There are many, many children
t i "Your people. There must be some, but :: Hk1J,v a.y! :?rf Unhappy and forlorn.
you never tdl.- Me-I have my aunt, Karl, }'r Jt: ',: :>r,1 Let us try to lift their sadness
; my cousin, and Hilda, Hast thou none?" T.:1. Let us fill their hearts with gladness
"None." And share with them the brlghtnc:
i :
}ji f "I will be to you all," she said with her ',;4,< Of the Joyful Christmas morn.Youth's .
Companion.
i mouth on his cheek. aa.r y.1! Ytlf';x'Y trtta? !;

The 'third day before Christmas there 'it 'Co:

ill runic a halloo from the wagon track. : : (_
"Palmer, Palmer I Halloa, Rush PalmerI! STUMPED.
Here's a card from the poet of!lice.K ."
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.:. HARD TO *: CHOOSE .:.

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IL Dear to the heart is the old love It is hard to decide between them'Though .' -

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.j : + III faded and frajjed with wear, .. Which one the heart loves the best .. ri'

j I IJ And'sweet is the face of the new love. J S ':: ,:'r: The new cannot be resisted. :,4. },

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I So fascinatingly fair ; ;,,;, But the old holds its own in the test.

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lags and mittens knitted by Kosy's nimble rest. Rukh, her husband! With a cry she yet the excessive giving so much in vogue Get him to-take you to the place and view kJ .
Iift'l lingers, and a boy doll of wood, skillfully burnt out, her flaxen braids hanging, her at the prevent will soon by its own weight extinguish the moving spectacle. He will be glad to "
r r + I carved by Rush. It was dressed by the little eyes shining.! Pbe cried in her mother to some extent this pleasure. If all have you see it, and it will be a source of
I ..r wife In quaint trousers, blouse and cap. tongue: would have the courage of their convictionson considerable amusement to you. Then, after e
1 ItI There whistles of and blad this and refuse to degenerate the have been
af" were alder flight "Thou hut come!I" subject you driven home, you can estimate
f der that" gave: a delightful squeak. There He soothed her with a milt in his own ancient custom, so fraught with sacred the cost per plate and the number Mrs. MaMen-What'are you going to p >
"+ THOU HAST COME. were cows horn coveted with tissue paper eyes meaning, into one of exchange and barter, fed! and easily Ascertain how much you husband for Christmas?

JH and destined to hold the candy Ruth was to "1>id you think I would. not come? I had this danger would soon be overcome. have saved by not doing the- tame thing. your Mr,. Atkins-Really, I don't know> "5 'l
When Rush came back he looked RO buy at the village Even within the confines of the family This will cast a gentle glow over the through <
looking
to go to Lawrenceburg. to the bank. There remainder to give him. I've been
'i changed Rosy cried. ".\llls! alas!" tabbed Rosy, "there ia not was for me that I thought others had circle the true significance of the custom of your holiday and help you to en- house this morning, and I can't think
money
41 "I know 'not what news comes, Rosy, i often lost sight of, and the opportunitythe joy what otherwise '0:
{' any candy for Otto now but I have! Made taken: from me. 8e-e. I have made my faithful too might be a cheerless a thing we need in the way of furniture
aid he, "but there. are letter for me at the these sugared balls from cake dough, and occasion offers is embraced to make some ChriitDtIl-Life. means. *, Jcago '
little Christmas. The kept decoration that within our
a snow a
one
I'i village. I will return. he will not know." necessary article of clothing, furniture or the 'tt
back the but I here before Christma New
The night came and the morning, still no wagon, got like do duty for the Christmas gift. This i*
n i Shame crept into Karl's heart that be had lVe will t4
is .
day. See, the clock at )
of Rush on the threshold Her cousin of the festival. From Happy Children.
1 j ); Up not made Otto a Christmas gift lie spoke light iheKe candle and call Otto. Ile canslt't'1' a wrong interpretation
Karl fame to bear of the letter roughly to hide it. the head of the family down to the tiny toddler Blessed are the children who A Philanthropist."I .
to-morrow. can still
4 "You will' l hum more" he said the Christmas gift should be some .'
,, see hang their enough ter m'ev'ry
t "Our neighbor littler watched l him jump "You are childish ,Rosy. Never" before lIe lit the candles, still holding his arm thing, no matter how insignificant in itself, plicitly up that stockings and believe ,m- wioht I hed money "
bad Otto such Christmas a really, truly Santa N'York happ-
ou the cars. lIe was a tramp, and you have a a* now about lice As they went to the bedroom be that: can be treuured and preserved as a fill them.-Brooklyn Life. Claus will poor child in Christ:'!
Rliodes
no husband. He has left you." "For my man made it; my man made it," laughed again. memento of the joyous occasion. rer, remarked Dusty on

Dut Rosy wept with Otto in her arms and sobbed Rosy, "and not blood kin. Ko, "I will buy your cousin's farm for you tomorrow Make the season one of joy supreme. Let dtt eve. do?" inquired Dcw ,.
j would pot listen no, Karl, I know his heart. lIe will come if you ay no. I have, after long the\ Christmas spirit permeate everything) "Wot would yer finished his schooner 1
The next day wu Christmas eve. Rosy home disappointments come to my own. And I from, the vlae-wreatbed windows, the yule Look to the Future. Staggers, M he

14 aDd Rush were to make a tree for Otto. It Karl went homeward through the storm. have you, truert heart, that wedded for lovea log on -the.hr -th, the tree laden with love It is not wiae to hare to a Chrut- started for the free lunch bond anon rt
merry "Put it inter gover'nwnt
>,r.s a small evergreen on the, hillside. Rosy.ut by the} stove with her apron over tramp. Art happy Tis Christmas day." oferiPJt i the specially prepared mu that you cannot have a happy Newur.chkao de interest replied the pbi1iU1th; 1'

S 1L K"J,wi.H cut $it 1114,have j U ready," bought her bead: It was bitter. So often had they Chicago Daily New 1 ) \ Tribune. ; Duty Rhodes.-, Judge.f .



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/ imUf1SS8.. O UR i OllDAY SUPPLEMENT + JCI( n>CM sT.QQ,, -

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CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. twig yields some new triumph of discovery, child, the New Year's day with its good resolutions Jest 'Fore Christmas .
when the sweet-faced mother and romping and big promises and renewed energies '

Its True Promptings Would Hake the Dag father feel not the burden of years, but are come around, there are those who For candles Christmas cake, with and Its lot, and lots of BEN PADDY
loylt.Was
warmed with the which the "Let have done with these trite ,
the Brightest and Best in the Year.It youthfulness say "us made, they say, for proper kid, an'not
spirit of Christmas makes perpetual.] recurrences Hut, if ever there wa anything for naughty boys;
is the day of all the year best and Hut the day fails of the fullness of its observance in the old festival season, it is there So wash your face an' brush your hair, and

dearest among the time marks of our recur if something of the same bright still. There are new generations who findno mind your p's and i's,

4ILTIRrff1LEALBERTS ring calendar It is the day for peace and cheer is not brought to every home and every stalencss in the antique, but to whom And don't bust out per pantaloons, and r
harmony in every heart and at every person. Those who move in the true the name regenerative stimulus. comes in don't wear out your shoe:
]hearthstone. We celebrate God'* cbiefest spirit of the Christmas time realize upon the anniversary time. We lived because Say "Yeimum" to tho ladles nn' "Yessur" R

gift to man and discordant thoughts or con this day, above all others, that men are the those who went before us helped us to live; An to when the men don't ,, [ K HAVE our share d'ups ;
tentions have let be like those who 1.11011'loming th.ey'9 company, pas u and down: ;
no place at the joyous fes- children of one God one earth aid one com us a help to are your plate for pie again; .
tival. All should ring clear and true and into life.-f. H, Times s Oir care tike
younger
= a. mon purpose. Good will and self-abnega nut thlnkln of the thing yer'd like to see
other folk:
sweet as the Vuletimc chimes. tion go hand in hand. They seek the poor upon that tree, %, 'v N The pocketbook Is
The spirit of Christmas is that of Him and unfortunate as did He whose memorywe Jest 'fore Christmas: be as! good, as yrr a sometimes run.Wo're '

whose birth it commemorates It softens consecrate. They would! give repose to English Christmas Custom. kin be I sometime nigh dead-broke 1

t h evil, sorrow and hopelessness with the magic the aching heart. True to the promptings of Eugene FIeld.'V Hut once a year, at Christmas-time. tOur
The Christmas tree found its into
t
T PAPA gays at Santa touch of charity,for in charity is the em- the Christmas they would make it the way ,t/i hearth I Is bright to see;
i/ Claus bodiment of all the Christian graces It brightest, sweetest and best of all the days England through Prince Albert, soon after The bab)'* hand Just touches heaven

II Is goln' to bring to gives to goodness a brighter luster and to resolve that make the year. Detroit Free Press his betrothal to Queen Victoria A peculiar Christmas at the English Court. When Daddy lights the tree
that of small
English custom is passing! a
meAnother a nobler purpose, It is a spirit born tree round the table after the Christmas There is one custom nl\vo'lIlonl' through For weeks and weeks the little one
mamma, in villr
Christmas time, every heart that can know its inspiration, dinner, from which each person placks the with Christmas eve at the English court Have lotted on this hour;
without
regard to creed or race or station. the of the baron of beef. And mother, she has planned for It
And papa says at she gift previously I placed there for him or her. appearance great
Of all The Festival of Motherhood. and showerWith
the Sllumml'r' sun
Is beautiful and good and kind days to which man has given This is couked at Windsor, for the kitchenat

And says she hopes at I special observance, Christmas alone las Christmas is the festival of motherhood.It 'i.!. Osborce will not accommodate H. Also: Put here by where a nickel none, there should a dime see,,

Will like her awful much and learn grown in its power, its beauty and its value. calls our thoughts back to our own be. there comes n big woodcock pie, a boar's A loving hoard against the night
To love her by and by. It has been stripped of the grandly devised ginning-to her who gave us birth-to her An Enthusiast. head and the queen's plum pudding. This When Daddy lights the tree

)liturgy and dramatic representations that to whom above every other human being we Ted-Tom is a great observer of the Christmas pudding Iva giant, for after part of it has
>!>' papa's her often seen Is blue her,,and had their root in heathen customs dispelled owe all that we are for good-all that we customs !been sent to the queen for her Christmas The tiny tapers glow like stars;

The HP same says as mine eye I Is, and her cheeks by the true Christian spirit, but the change- might have been and are not. We recall Ned-I should say so. He'll! kiss an ugly dinner, enough is left to furnish desert for That They rifted'mind, the of the steel-blue name sky "

Mas dimples In them, too. bas been one of purification and marks beyond her gentleness and patience with us-her girl just because he happens to catch her all the queen's near n-Ittin-s-anllat: the The morn once the Chrlit-chlld came: I ,
And she ain't more an half as old's cavil! a clearer conception of the sub- aspirations and prayer for us. We plan and under the mistletoe.-Judge. Uussian court, in Houmaniu, at Samlring- The blessed angels sang to earth

My other mamma was, _. Above that far counlree
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And papa says I ought to thank We think they sing above our hearth
Pear kind old Santa Claus When Daddy lights the tree .

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nut I ain't glad and J don't want The weest kid In mother' arms
No other mamma here; Laughs out and claps her hands,
I'd rather have him bring me back The rest of us on tiptoe wait:
My own sweet mamma dearly The grown-up brother stands
) nice good mamma that Is gone "'Iu-rn he can reach the topmost ti.aiiiilu
So far-ao far away- Our Santa Claus to be
I'll write to Santa Claus to bring In that sweet hour of breathless Joy

Her back to me.to stay, When Daddy lights the tree. f

THE LITTER: Our grandpa says 'twas just as f1r.... .f fIn
when he was :
days young
Dear Santa Claus: 1\h' papa says !
For every Christmas ages through.The
You're goln' to bring to mo
bells have
happy rung
mamma, Christmastime,
Another
And lUddy'i; head Is growing g'.t>
At's as sweet as she can be; i
lint Vet a boy is he.As .
nut I don't want no other one.Don't .
merry as the lost of us
her In
pack
put your
When Daddy lUhts the tree.
But please good Santa, won't you bring -w
My own dear mamma back? 'Tis Love that make the world girmnd.. i
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Tts Lovo that lightens toll,
She said! before she went away, 'TI. Love that lays up treasure wh, h ,
At she would take my hand Nor moth nor rust can spoil;
And lead me out of here, some day, And Love I I. In our humble Nome J
Into a happier land In largesse full and tree
So don't bring no new mamma here Wo all are very' cluso to heaven !
At's younger than she was When II.1.Jtl'lIghts tho tree ..
To take the place we've kept for her Margaret ii:. Sungster, In Woman'* Horn
Dear, kind old Santa Claus. Companion.CIlRISTMASjCUSTOMS.. I

'..'.A I I
If you can bring new mammas round.
Why can't you find some way '
To bring a boy's own mamma home
And give her to him, say?
I don't want no new mamma here, Gift Making Ono of1he Most Gracious j

At's as sweet as she can be- Features of the Season
But bring my old one, Santa, dear,
of the must dou
'uJs" "Gift-making is one gr *
To papa and to me
-S. K. KIser. In Cleveland Leader features of Christmas, and olle that 1 pray' J
may fcurvlve all other outgrown ('UlitOlOtI/
'W writes Florence !Hull Winlcrburn, in the'ullllln's

\\ Homo Companion. "When love

WISHES HE TOLD THE TRUTH. and sympathy| are clue counselor there i*

little fear that \\e shall make tho mistake
Smith's Trouble Began When lie Sold His of leaving out of our little one's stocking the-

Christmas Present."It particular thing he has set his heart upon
gelling And if bra choice is beyond iu to
to be truthful," said Smith, as he
pays let to it urn.
gratify, 114 come as near a* we. ,
picked up a cheap cigar after looking ]longingly and not conveit' this season into a sort of

at the expensive brand he' usually convenience for ourselves, thruulini upon !

smokes his reluctant acceptance such profit' article
"Some! time before Christmas I chancedto as shoes, Iritsnnd other eimt'iUiali of the

remark to mywife.. that I needed anew toilet. Far prettier is the German ';ustpiu

overcoat, but that I thought I would try of bestowing gaudy tribes that have no use

and get through the winter with my old in themselves, but are! part of the glitter and I

one, as matters were pretty. close with me, fashion of the holiday. When it i* possible

and I couldn't afford it. nothing l is NO good to have a* the traditional .

"Christmas day, most to my surprise and e Christmas tree In after year memory

consternation, my wife presented me with a hangs upon' it fondly, and we bless in our
handsome silklined overcoat that I saw ata hearts the\ !kind hand that took no much

glance didn't cost less than $50. However, trouble to give UH pleasure i

I had to grin and bear it and try and figureout "Then the stocking hung up on Christmas '

some way to pay for it. eve has a romance all its own. The }breakfast '
"One day I chanced to meet Jones on the : table dressed with bully-berries and

street, and as he was admiring the overcoatan gift piled under snowy. napkin) is a graceful a

inspiration flashed 'Over me. custom, and in far niter than the blunt haiid- '

"Jones is about my build, and, as he need ing out of our gift. Homo Iroubjf should,
ed an overcoat, !. asked him what he would be taken to create time welcome clement of

give me for mine. He said $25, and I accepted e' sum ,rise, U'o all like it, but it in j one of the
the offer so'quick that it made Jones greatest delight! in a child's experience Helinds

gasp. out before' we would choose: to have

"I figured it out this way: By accepting him that what i I. )looked forward to most

$25 for the coat I could manage to raise the eagerly! seldom turns out well It I U Mad

other $25 and thus get out of a situation that philosophy, yet line, that it i is. dangerous to
was keeping me awake nights. Vi--j f x lqiR i '" v,. ;!.1 net one's heart on anything iu this world

"I had .to tell my wife some sort of a Hut the love that hide lit intention until,

fairy tale,:so I went home that night with thc hour of fulfillment, and then lets out its

a long face and a story about a sneak thief secret in nn mitbuol! of generosity, u this'

having stolen the overcoat out of my office best substitute tlmtj ever offered (or the

while I chanced!! to,ve away. I fell; like 9. spi-ciul\ l'rovidclIlCJ-.Suntll Claim, and alt

sneak thief myself when'my wife l burst into -. ._= ? ? >:: s-i? t- ": 'Sr' s ':T A R i l ai4 t other gracious III) thll.
tears But I burnt the bridges behind me, "An example, of generosity is seldom! tost j
so I had to out putt __ ._ -= -r-' ? upon children if is I is U'ue,- not artificial.
carry my
"My wife, while down' town one day, :rte yJt They are very willing to live up) to (their lit i '

chanced to run across Jones wearing the 9r dR tin knowledge, ir0 allow them the change: j

overcoat. She recognized it at once, and, and part of our duty to the day i* ti'<' en. }
arrested. courage in our young people the sumo KindlinvsA 1 I
calling a policeman, had Jones
wo cultivate in ourselves li I II so :
do but
"There was nothing now for me to
much cOllier to /learn in youth to III l i
to Jones : genial: ,
confess the whole thing and get released -
sympathetic unit gcneroun than it result
from behind the bars The was
embittering cxpiTiciicii! havu hardr dour
that I had a bad hour with my wife and a 1

two-days' struggle with Jones to talk him hearts .....iP) f,
out of suing me for damages. '
"But the worst remains to be told. My The first Celebration of Christmas. I
wife had the from funds
bought overcoat
Christmas wus lint celebrated in the year
that her father her. I
had sent 08, but it wu 40 )cars 'later before it was
"I never want to see another Christmas
oiliclally! adopted Christian festival
an u
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again I again! Iwouldn't
I Jones
never want to see
nor was it until about tho 'liftli centurythat
mind if I didn't see my wife againuntil the duy of cclcbru lion became permanently .
it enough for summer cloth-
was warm
fixed on the :35th of December '
ing-Philadelphia Inquirer,
time It had been irregularly

stn )f *i-i Jf 1 i3 b' jfi3fi1f f 1f.N3f it .iJfi1r lJUnder observed December,at in various April and time in of May the, but year most-int J

A Profitable Combination. frequently in January.Ludie: llomv Jour

"Talk: about ]luckl l That man Denslow has nal. .'&,mMade'
it in triple-plated chunks.- the Mistletoe in the Sunnu South..s L'y i

"How do you figure it out?" Him Walt.

"Why, his wife was born ou Christmas, ")ifrs. Hopkins, where is that CkrUtma

and Christmas is also the anniversary oftheir JM 3b'E lI !3tI !* present you said you bad bought for me?"
Marriage, You see; the rest of the "Veil, Mr. Hopkins, you talked so much
year la pure velvet for him."-Cleveland] 4 about hard times that 1 put it away until


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ONE OF'THE fOUR.FOOTeD riND.co"Do the Son of( Man is the Son of think of what we might have teen had she! The Christmas Dinner Table. ham and in Denmaik portion ct this gigantic '
lime fact that sweet every Christmas day JUST LIKE A MAN. !'
llod 1 appear
been other than she was, We would to '
which ill divine in our common I'Jacc the tiibltj for the Christina dinnerin '
Gods That Th* Christum dinner served in the huge
what she Would
its kingship with lliuihose Hid we were more nearly the center of the room, nuder'the chandelier .
s'Jli nature grasps Indian dining l !iI, which presents a brilliant
i 'f 1 of the Christmas: lime have un be. We say; ," (Iuld that all children if there in one, and then see thai it 1*
spirit is the spirit blessed! iI V|"'II rll II{'.. (;old plate br used and! j
than human, ill might, he so level and the leaves wrll l fitted, ji
How iiottnt, how more perfectly IcIiMiiii flow table and *ld /board--u yule! jI i
this spirit appears best in the unin'rl tl 'i?., write Mr*. H, T. JUirrr in the Ladie Hume log iu the 'fireplace blazes !brightly, anti' the I
obedience K ivento its .wa)'. All, with unvarying Journal. From the chandelier liang-o'larga' large party of relatives who have breiioiktd .

regularity and with hearty approval She Knew Him. spray of mistletoe or holly tied itl\ scarlet to slam the (Chrwl) dinner Include many: [. '
1" 1 yIr\
], bow in glad submission to its established Tom-Did'you give: Miss Octroi a ClrUt- ribbon.. H there Iltt a mantelpiece in thy of the younger member of the royal r family .#
the example, if !tank it with, holly and ferns. Arrange
custom and emulate ? room, who on other day of (the year are in bed i,
they do not indorse the faith of those to mal Jack present I tried to. Offered her myself, you a pretty corner, blending all! the at the dinner time of the grown-up Therefore v i j:
whom it is indeed a holy day. 'Strange miracle greens used in decorating. Cover the table they especially enjoy the occasion.Chicago .-
are wrought by tin same Cbruln.a know, tint with a heavy cotton flannel!1 cloth, and IJuily New \\pP
It bring smiles to tie face of melancholy 1'om-And kite refused you? place over it the 'j otn! linen tablecloth.)
spirit.itself It gives life to a hope that Jack-I supine Hull's what it amounts to. 1'Iace.! in the enter of the table a mat of 'tg h

dead. It exorcise the evils of hatred!, She said she didn't believe it was right for Christmas ferns, in the center pf which A Misunderstanding.

seems and To old aw it bring the a girl to accept very foully IJfU.-Unx.Ujn stand a high fruit dish, filled with polished j h''
malice envy.
childhood and such ether fruits "I notice .Jenk doem't speak to you."Wluf t ti
h joys of youth and to IJ/e. red apples, gripe at "' 1
-.- Clearer of the spirit that pre. >0, : yap may lit I, obtained. Cover the hose of the the matter! i r
appreciation
dish with of bully on each side! of "I can't help ii. I started to talk to I him
V revels. spray
aides at their Christmas Keeping the Anniversary. about ChrUtuu! decoration\ thy other day
11 which I U the divine this place c-ut-glas or china! dishes filled with
I Hut above all. this spirit and be thought I referred to the black]
a day of Age: disowns novelty. It is true that the bonbons, olive and salted almond. The eyes
spirit of Christmas of,doingegood to oth- more a wU man J learns, the lew he find water bottle and a dish or two of celery he got In; a broil with a mutual friend re

loving remembrance that, all about "* have that be knows Yet it is also true that, the may, occupy the other place. cently.Judge.
of seeing
era, of the the more we !we the world "C4 Yrkri''Twas
memory older we grow
at least one bright and happy "John i i. such a !rouse; be gave: dear mama ; /
music bear
Miss In
you Lang stocking up, of this spirit repeating itself new we Thus.
your admonition : Ever
dying year. The of old 'hereaeher' One Cause of Trouble. ? half a dozen silver outpkk and .. nui
t4uU" rejoicing, but for strains that remind us melodies; "
I "I shall hang four of them, DIr Go- il not alone for universal thukagiyiUC. illustrations, the pott' similes, fi be-I with Christmas really win a Mason Tfd-l'vt been iryiutf tu catch Polly under c racker.
up individual contentment and tb luutletuc, but Julius Autumn seems "1 'eib, isn't that all eightt"
ling" cbI- the Doycl t'* plots, all remind u* of sonic /lfof'fIIll"l'e/ and food willHe "
I "Good gwaciooit! And what do you ex There Uao ideal reached when merry thing gone before, and wm like a revamping --Well, jt ,might: If if somebody hadn't)' to I* the Diy one I can find there- "J'oor luamuu, she has dyipepim.isn't ant
lt to Area symbolic tree gliti* old stories. A' the Christ, introduced: the custom; "f giving Christmaspresents.fuck Ned-H serin* to be ao in.lancegf the hi eaten a nut fur 20 year, -Detrutt
reoeiveI"jjjojjjjjJjvejdjj
"fbildbood' of mans
lag wKmemlMDce, that fill 'the cup aDd was asBiverury w ,4f/i!>. Obrlsl ",""IIIlif; ) in the fight platif.-iJBdge., F'ne' I'resiQttd '
jaj., "'bell e. h L hvp.


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;dl make household angel sing together for joy to bear in mind that a woman never gets too Overdoing the Being Good Business."I was generally some wealthy nobleman who
; :'j would be it men would remember that beIng old to like a compliment, or to be inter was willirg to spend money lavishly in pro'
f
say, Jimmy, don't you think you are the of the court It is of J JI
moting g.ietics
It a woman doesn't make anyone enjoy ested in hearing that her husband loves her > !
! r having all their theories and ideas derided and appreciates her; and, above all, to save rather overdoing this hopeful business? record that during the reign of Elizabeth, \RESOLUTON.

i4t and scoffed at. Theme are plenty of women some of his good manners and good humorfor Volunteered one young in confidence' K' sex, as "Lord of Misrule," spent in one
til who can't venture an opinion on sub- home consumption."I to his chum. Christmas season $1;i,000 of his own moneyon
any
: = THE- jrct from the weather to the political litua- don't suppose I'll live to see any of my "Not on your life" l>on"t you know the court games.:-Chicago Chronicle I I I'I 1

tion without having their husbands tell theories carried out," added Elsie, dolefully, Christmas is coming! ? replied the youngsterwho 'U A I__

fj 1 them they don't know what they are talking "but I can tell you they are badly needed was accused of being too good.

j ME&SURE OFStELLA'SLOVE. about, and they'd better keep quiet It may reforms in a lot of families I know."-Dorothy "Yes, that's mistake.all very" well But you maybe For the Children."Yes II A V E risen, Mr,
makin'
be true, but if A man marries a fool it in DU, in N. 0. Picayune. a "we always 'IiI i' chairman 'cause
"You don't know nhafvertalkin'about.You ] said Mr. IHykins 'i l'vl got
his fault He a
own picked her out from speech
t ought to hear all the folks at our house celebrate Christmas for the children's sake to make
"Il all the other jo. the world because I
women
among about I They expect it, know, and I wouldn'thave 7 An' I
t she the thatBulled him bent talking ''what A good boy .Timmy is you want the boys
wan one NEW YEAR IN WASHINGTONWhen !getting to be,' and how thai fake Santa the heart to disappoint them." 1 to listen If but for
and was most congenial to his taste, and it
11. Clans in going to give him such a lot of nice "Unt you and Mrs. Blykins always remember polltenes-i' ake.
unto the doesn't ]know blessed '
he has
rendered thing
HE a 'I have got a
I. Every One Keeps House with each other? short
t ] Open presents pre
1 him all day right to word. As
no a a general thing amble
.. The good saint's men fall into My this fault of disparaging theirwives'opinions Lavish Southern JJost>ltalltg. "Aw, yes. That's all right. Rut, then, I "Oh" yes. I am going to give her a two- resolutions: an', some
'.' (p due praise I want to tell you that it may not turn out hundred-dollar coat and I have reason to An' I want to Jen submit and too
through sheer carelessnessof Xirotr JWentine to kinder
Mary of "NewYear's -
i'))1 t gratitude, ) writing the way yon want" think the intends to give me a fiftydollar push 'em through
o And with such their WIVCH feelings and conceit of their Day iu the White House" in the "Wh.it are you giving me?" ,chair. We always nettle well in advance

::1.i j warmth I'm free own views But just let one slop and ask Woman's Home Companion, thus describe "Well, I ought to know. I tried your game what our presents will be. All we have to Whereas we'v \been neglectful an' forget
,J ; i to say himself how he would like to be continually the public receptions( : ".Announcements an last year, and I got four Bibles and three think of noir i is n ton for the little girl and ful of our work

I, It put me In a jealous mood. made to look cheap before the children published! in the newspapers proclaiming Sunday school books for Christmas. Not apiiir a tin wagon for the bO-Wllshing ,()n Whereas, we've been too careless an' too
.1 So when she came to say: "Good night"And and the servants, how he would like the levee at the white house and the exact of skates of the Star. often prone to shirk,
\\ whispered In.my willing ear, to have his ideals, and often even his religion minute at which the different officials of or anything sort Dible.4anti Thi.ysll(1 tiAWhile's Whereas we've been unmindful bout the
r f On tip-toe In her gown of whit., ridiculed, and every time he tried to the. government service will be received, they thought would like the nttle acts o' love
1 t'' Softly "1 love you, papa dear," tell a joke or a good story have somebody but it is usually near one o'clock before the the books.tatter. Aw, I tell you, Jimmy .. Text. An' little deed o* kindness, why, I'm goln'to
4 I : "You love me, but how much?" I said, who you don't want to overdo the being make this! move:
into the world
''f) r\ !i j And after Just the slightest pause went out more and saw sovereign people are admitted rto the good business."Chicago TimesHerald.Beginning After! fivc-yeai-old Willie had gone to bed
t and heard more remind him that it was a grounds. Resolved, we'bo\!
1t t She answered, pulling down" my head on Christmas eve his mother went into the more talthful'an' more
't'! "I love you more than,Sant' Claus!" hoary chestnut Could there be a more ex "The state levee at the white house is '\4 tln room to see if he had hung up stocking watchful all the day;
Iic; t 'A quisite cruelty practiced? Yet thousands of but the beginning of the calling that con properly for Santa Claus. Much to her cur- Resolved, we'll scatter sunshine all along
:t ;i 1 The day had been a happy one, women go through this daily martyrdomfrom tinues throughout the afternoon and well Afresh. prise she found that the little fellow had the weary way;
t : As t'v'ry'Chrletmu ought to be; men who think they are good hus into the in official appropriated Resolved, we'll let no brother who
i night and private houses." What a breezy sound there [U in the words one of hers for the occasion and may
need
There was no dearth of cheer nor fun bands. 'Tom was always good to me,' said The official social is our friendly grasp
season
inaugurated afresh. have
"Beginning
And every bell pealed merrily on They a ring of had attached a slip of paper on which he Plod on another single step without our

There near and dear had cald! "Good-will" warmest clasp.
J In more or less substantial ways, '
} I And nothing In the guise of 111 An' now'll somebody second o' the resolu
Had called for pity or dispraise. tions, then
$, ''lhlt Stella's bedtime hour by far Let every feller vote an "I," an' add a

t The happiest was to me, because .. strong "Amen I"
j 'T,,'" then she found, my own.bright star : t : .. An' then go out an' act 'em right In all his
She "loved me more than Santa Claus! :. : ; '. dally walk.
', : An' make his livin'
Edwarrf'W. Barnard, In Judge.RESOLUTIONS. .. tally with his resolu
lion talk.
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a'1' r'j' : "Co'; : :, SC '" -O. O. Bickers, In Atlanta Constitution.

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'j'. 11"N'EW YEAR ev .. : ." '. THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS

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f j: t:: ", .... We Should Each and-All Try to Make the
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:h ) ,' Dag Thoroughly Enjoyable
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"Because we cannot have the Yale log
f FOR ; : ,; and traditional roast 'pig, shall we refine
c
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NfT .
the cheer of anthracite coal and baked tur
4
"',-. key?" asks Florence Hall
:. Winterburn, writ
'n \
I (1- # ing on the "Spirit of Christmas" in the

/ ;:(t" Woman's Home Companion. "Or if even
;1. LSIE was sitting in \ : ; .. the open fire, the mistletoe and the family

Ir her pleasant library, J. '" gathering are beyond us, must we disdain

.I!j 1 intently reading a : '::.: ,..:., : I the homemaking attempts of the steam
f typewritten list ? : radiator, and find no comfort in the dainty
i :,; : elaborateness of well.
1 jucat as her arm. ':.'" a spread table, cater.
t :'a 1 : is it?" I in- i nil ,... 'j': ,,: ing to the needs of a refined modem taste?
f :' Suppose the misanthrope (for the recluoe
T'Ii'. jquircd, with interest. "New Year's resolutions
'
q i.r ," she rebponded, promptly, c. :../ ,c-.r .t" who lives only in an imaginary Christmas
; t *' "Goodnessgtaciousl"Iexclaimedaghast is a misanthrope) came out of his shell and

4} "you surely aren't going to try to keep that, gathered the young people about him to
charm their with talro the
cars of old
1./' j many? It s enough to bring on paresis even nays
----t of holiday-keeping "when I.e '
was a boy
to to remember
what
attempt they'reabout.
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'J td! f ." 1 r, C to s Would not this he butter than grumblingout
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protests against the new that have
,, ? .:: "Don't be alarmed] ," she returned; hey their for ways
own reasons being, and offer in
,
I .
are not intended for personal] use. Theyarc
turn their
own of enjoyment to
,
measure
merely little list I have prepared for -
a
A willing spirits? Genial old is .
i I age always a
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name men I know You see, Dorothy, she t I If welcome and it
presence,
,1\ } ,i :wtful on, earnestly, "I've been thinking over I ilif fih I' ,lUll ti contrasts that put'us out never of conceit suggests with any
I. the matter and I've the Conclusion
M come to the pleasures that lie within our reach. But
't that the trouble' with us women is that we
\ carping, even if it proceeds from the patriarch
I' have gotten into the habit of to
; trying monopolize is infliction
. i an severe enough blight
all the domestic and to
" 'a .V virtues self-( any holiday."In .
:J" sacrifice. You can't pick up a paper without 1 the
, nature of things there must beholidaj
seeing a long article on a woman's duty ?_ 's. How poverty-stricken is that soul
r lt ,!' to make home happy, or a wife's duty to which does not recognize this necessity! and
a her husband, or a mother's sacred duty to throw itself
heartily into the work of help
let1 children Hut do hear of its l.
you ever IS forward
IVf ing the good time youth and all
f: I being a man's duty to make home so attractive unspoiled minds accept with gratitude.
: i his wife won't want to go out in There is no prcdeterminatc set of conditions -

yl the evenings? Does anybody ever advise : : :: for holiday making that need tie adventurous
I litm, when ho comes home tired at night, to :' .:: -.3. hands, and if traditional customs
J put '''on his dress suit and try entertain belonging to Thanksgiving and Christmas

Jiis wife to keep her from being attracted .are vanished beyond recall we can harmonize

'i4 1, by younger and handsomer men? Not much. ,- .-' : ,\ the day,-with our present abilities

: Do you ever see a roomful of prosperous, :. ... "My sympathy is with those who wish
middle-aged men silting around in a father'sconvention to bring back upon Christmas day the
discussing how to do their duty v,2
I i' sweet old traditional observances. I love
to their children? Nobody ever did. Itisn't ff"d
I them well, even those that arc known to me
# right. I'm in favor of giving the
men only by hearsay and were outgrown in that.
, <' 'A fellow arid 'letting 111 ell\ lake a hand in shadowy period alluded to us 'before the
: !. I't' the]' happiness-making and the duty business "- war.' But no' one thing is indispensableto

"Now, when the New Year resolution I happiness with "any of 'us' unless with,

;I'time mines," went on Elsie, studying her children, and not even. with them if judicious
f. lib( "I just want to get in' a few of my domestic 't. substitute is made. Whatever we

,f : principle', and, my word for it, you .:. .:. The Start for the Last : : :: ;: liave,-or whatever we lack;, the quality that
of : :
LI will see it will do more real good and bring Lap the Centuru. ': : makes the occasion is the spirit we bring

I I about more genuine reforms than all the to it. Good will never fails to create a
iiirt 'wearing off from vmnking and drinking good time. It' finds merit in rain, lifts fog

f Adam. Comparatively f'IV'II1'I'n .. .. .. .. and lights .cheery blaze within that
kipcq -' --- -- : ---' ; ... .. .. ... passes
. tlr. arc, afflicted( with husbands who get drunk :. C--,.,w,_, -- --- -5---, -S-" --J -.. .. ,( \ ...4 for the sunshine in its absence. And good

f or smoke to excels: but millions of u* have a poor wretch of a woman, weeping over New Year's day in Washington. It is the glad new life in them. They put life into had printed in a bold hand one of the"*Sun will'-hoe not passed awny with chivalry, nor"

t; [. to put up with men who are in crying need of the body'of a murderer; 'he 'never beat me grand rallying day of the neighborly the heart that has grown almost discour- day school texts: "ThE LoRd J LOvvEtH perished under the onrush -of science. It

where the marks would show. proclivities of the people of the entire dis aged by failure and nerve it for fresh en ChcallfuLLgiVveR.."Chicago Daily News.Progressive lives and breathes now, and is here at this s'
1p "Then, it seems to me, a man might re- trict.: Many men make their first and last deavor. Let us enter upon the life and sere moment to light our Christmas fires and
solve not to unload all his troubles on the visit of the year on thin day, and only: see ice of the new year under the,inspiration 'ikA swing incense before our altars.' All we

I rr 1 family hearth. Of court, I know every certain of their friends ,on this one dy which they give,-HaptUt Union. Peace need do is to recognize and adapt it."
+ day a man has to go through with enough to of the year, As they grow older these festival "
try the patience of a saint, but because days seem to come closer and closer to- "C.'. "We have good times at our house along A

cotton has gone down instead of up or things gether. Lists atc published in the newspapers 1 before Christmas"
Her Bright Scheme.First HIS REASON.
haven't run smoothly at the oilUois no real of the houses where receptions will "You do? .

reason for klapping :Sammy:; and kickingthe be held, with the names of the ladies who Lady-What New Year's present are "Yes; the children try to please theirmoth..r

cut as soon a* be gets within his own will assist in receiving. The assisting lady you going to give to your husband? and she tries to please me."-Detioit i

door. .\ man might occasionally remember often attracts more callers than the hostess Second Lady-A hundred cigar Free PreiS.'U. 2

that a woman has troubles of her own and anti newly-arrived families are on. the look First J..lldy-\nd what did you pay for .

needs, to be cheered and brightened We out for popular women for their New them A Backward Look. $ iVI

ale continually told that woman should Years day reception There is no need .Second Lady-Oh, nothing. For the last Chris'mus kin be .
made
always meet her husband with a smile, butno to interrupt the grand round of call for few mouths I have taken one or two out of cf the so much' pleasanter
woman can smile long enough or brightly luncheon or dinner; the carriage is hired) Jack's. box every day. He hasn't noticedit wander back stem parunt will when let his min'

enough to raise the temperature in a for the day, and, dressed in his very beet, and will be so pleased with my little present dash fur the hew the time he made a
;S&*' HWNV s>--= -?* (house where a man is sitting around! whit the caller! must see all the old friends and and the fine quality of the cigars.-Lon. Y. Truth. ol' chimney-piece himself.-N. b

,., ..zs. ". .. a scowl 1 on his face. It takes reciprocity, make as many new one as time will permit don 7'it-Itita.
and it'it just as much a man's business to Everywhere: open house is kept in the '\.I; 1 1
1 .
I smile and make home it is lavish Tact Required ,
tJ help to happy as southern fashion Tables: arc loaded
THEY' ARE NOT INTENDED FOR a woman's. with viands hot and cold, supplementedwith Directed Court Amusements.Down It really requires a marvelous amount of .

r .. PERSONAL USE. "There's alwajs room for plenty of (good real southern egjr-nogg, or a bowl filled to the reign of Henry VI If., andorca.ionally tact to appear thankful at Christmas for o i I
' resolutions New Year's day and other days from the hoimckeepcr's winter supply 'ofFish since, a "Lord of Misrule' was something you didn't want. Cincinnati s r
Enquirer
. 411I little welcome reformation, iilid who He might resolve, if he really meant to turnover house punch, mixed from a well- appointed to direct the amusements of the
t f might make us no much happier, it they only a new leaf and try tt> do his part guarded formula that is an heirloom in English court during the holidays lie presided A
'1 would t toward making home happy, to make his Philadelphia families. The w hirl of revelry over the festivities, prepared the

"What would I Higsckt! Oh, lots of wife an allowance and pay it promptly, as a in intense, but this gala day comes for games: : directed the sports and saw that the Put Them in Good Shape. I

. J i tilings. To begin with: I'd have them make debt of honor; to remember that servant hingtonana! but once a year, and it court was kept properly amused during If your morals are in bad shape, the first

:1T"'j'i{ a cast-iron revolution to 1I11'nd01'0 of their HIM mortal, and that you can't hire a three- U celebrated with true southern warmth Christmas week. The oflice was considered of the year is a good time to reform them- ,
.' I .time at home. When u man inuirie u woman dollar-a-week girl to cook like a tlOUO ('hef; and enthusiasm." highly honorable, and the "Lord of Mistule" L. A. W. Bulletin
!! I he leads her to kuppobc he docs it be "Willie," said hill father, "what good resolves

Blue \lie yearns for unlimited quantities of are you going to make for the New
her society, and it miut ktukc any Lair Year?" "I'm not going to fight with Johnnie S

ti minded person a good deal like getting! goods 1 Jones any more," replied 'ilhie. "I'w
uudcr faille iireteiikcs, if, us soon a* the honeymoon 1I I glad to hear thatlaid the father; "but
I' wane, ho chakcs uhf to the club why did you make that resolve?" 'Cause,"

: or downtown the minute ho gets his dinner, was the answer, "I always get .
i- ,! \' her to solitude and the unexciting t Chicago Daily News.
["t I delights of her own company. It la a situation

that perhaps a man never appreciate, 0Imherlshable.
#Ii! ;. because: be has ne\'ct'1Iorll there himself It 'U
'
ill ., couldn't happen to him, because the mojneift -
he detected a niptom of lonokome. The Christmas belli will silent be,
I'
I 21ellll lie would'put on his hat and good to The Christmas lights grow dim.
The brightness faded from the treo
,S I the theater or the corner saloon, or borne k; : t' \ 9 1" May leave It gaunt and grim.
Dim, place where there were light and brightness '(nsaulta aaWse attsw tWnaaawr 1 hS" % + + ; + M

and gajely. A woman ha* no weft resources. But Christmas cheer was never 00;
t
(She can't go around at night by herself IP Its echo linger on.

I'<, hunting up company, but uiukt kit at home, mow the dial {il With memories of long ago
And hope of joys to dawn.
p :no mutter how lonesome aud bored kho may pi'Jcl thegre
j .:r be.,11en are forever wondering why women YDler So. o'er all time its might extends.
i \ 1 want to congregate together in warding If rpent. "'m And ready homage wins: o
" i Ii' liouke One a iik we ito the conundrum ill de As one glad Christmas season end
new
q that they want fcomebody talk to while t Another straight bel'lns'uhlnlton e
I r their: hu \bundi! are downtown at ui,ht. I toTime)' -\', Star. d

1.' t' liavi yet to bee the woman hose hukband long rle of :
, rof "fJ.
t, .
'. vas a home keeping and home-loving man

'who wabii't satikficd! to vtav there, too. "' ... Wise Precaution.
1'het'one. thing dead ccitain, and thais
It
"There housewife,
said the prudent
that if anxious to 1I0mrVCl1lnjh
men were ail stuv at ,
the looked Christmas decorations
over the
\: ; aim they were to call on n girl bet o..'
H'e
for marriage. and if they took lit much S 'I think that will do very nicely. Only

k, trouble and pains to dy to entertain (heirwivr 1 nust: not forget to take the mistletoe from
t he different partaIf
as they do their sweethearts, the do. chandelier and move it to
"
I the room during the day
rne\tll millennium would be in hailing die
lance "What, U that for" asked berhnsbanJ"I .

:L llothu good resolution that would! don't with, to wear the carpet out $3
iJ a one spot" Washington. Star,

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4 INDIAN RIVER. ADVOCATE 4A.WBBKLT THE BOER WAR.

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When the Boers declared war
JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DBVBLOPMBNT -
against Great Britain they had an
Or THE INDIA RIVER, LAKE
WOBTH AND, rilSOAVKR DAYSKOTIONB. idea that they could sweep every.
thIng before them ere the British

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. troops arrived in Africa. They
have now changed; their opinion, iiBSOLUTEEV t> I t
1i CHARLES II. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor.,,
i After the Jameson raid, the Boers
Makes the food
t Discontinuance of advU. roust bo made personally commenced ordering the finest war more '
at this office or by writing. weapons on the market, and they DOVAl ._mrt MWOf co., '

stocked tip pretty largely.; When
J Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHARLES I ;
1 B. WALTON,publisher and proprietor. they thought the were we'll prepared TITUSVILLE'S'S TRAINS. I ;
drive the British the
to into sea,
i 1 'r' Address all communications to they declared, war and made a The following' are the times of ,arrival ; \
: j INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, dish into British territory, seizingthe and departure of passenger trains to and For !);
: "fy TITPSVILLB FLORIDA from Titusville: '
mountains and digging trenches Sec. :
f IIOUTlfhOUlfD.
, to protect their bodies and to shoot Leaves Titusville for Fort Lauder- .
;
;. U. S. Department of Agriculture dale&intermediate points } at 2 JB p'm
from. In addition to this, they; Arrives from Jacksonville Gen'I !
2:111\:
i
f Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. ..
_
: are in a country which is very familiar ; it .. 9:-20 "
, .Sanford "
f. ---- Its
7 to them and are acclimated Road :
,
The following is a comparative statement NORTH BOtTSD.
: .; of temperature and rainfall for the while Great Britain has to ship| Leave Titusville for Jacksonvilleand J at BUM a.m Polls F. & : :
Intermediate ,
;.. week ending Tuesday, Dec. 19, 180!). troops 7,000 miles. Against these for Banford .. points. xlop.m 7:00 am S. R ;
gv' -1809- -1808- disadvantage the British soldier S. R F :
fl DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. WIN. has to contend. The Boers and -Do you filter your drinking water? : :
'. 68 80 73
: 13 74
J4 75; GG'( 81 07 Orange Free States have been pre -If you want good results, you will
'r., 15 77 03 80 65 paring for war for some years, but find the medium.ADVOCATE an "excellent advertising
16 75 C5 80 73 they have not yet made a direct

: 17 18 76 70 02 71 >80::1 08 68 attack on any British position, nor ;

'10 76 03 74 c6.) will they fight British troops in the THE ST. JAMES
Total rainfall for the week: 0.82 open and face' the bayonet The Season )
. I' Departure from normal rainfall for the British soldiers are attacking some
week: plus 0.30 Inches. Departure of their most impregnable positionson The St. James needs no introduction to
from normal rainfall since January 1, ginning in ISO! the St. James has increased
plus 3.13Inchcs. mountains and in trenches with ments with Increased popularity of.the
t. HAL. P. IlAnoiw, Observer. great bravery, causing considerable The location l is unsurpassed, being on
... both sides. facing tho St. James Park.
!
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Its mimic, all in the past l'I"nllon8.111'
CHRISTMAS IS COMING. Orchestra and will be of the high grade
BRITISH rule is indeed as wonder.. the manlllrtlIlenrof' J. K. Campbell, and
1 i'h; Our renders will find It hard to fuljn its distribution, it is superior -: fort and pleasure of guests. Address by -

, ';''y--\ realize thatit Is only about three in its kind, and therein lies J. R. ,;

days to Christmas-the season that its potency, says the Chicago Times
! 'r,, is indelibly connected in the minds Herald. We are accustomed to'
:' of with ice and hear that the sets ,WINDSOR HOTEL...
many snow, skating sun never on
''i and sleighing big log fires ; and British soil, but seldom realize the

when the little, ones aye, and the full import of the expreenion.! Eng-'
5 big ones too, will be anxiously expecting land's energising and civilizing Influence )
If'j ,. the arrival of old Santa is'felt' upon every continentand
, Claus with his.big loud of presents upon a thousand islands of the

:: to make old and young happy, The scan. A policy that is firm, far-

,':'L Christmas message of "Peace on seeing and sagacious fortifies it '

earth, good will toward men," upon the smallest strategical pointsat
t. should appeal to us all on :Monday the same time that it imposes it
i next. It is a message of love that upon vast domains that stretch
instils into the heart of man the from ocean to ocean. As Gibraltar ;

f,,. desire to be at one with his fellow, commands the Mediterranean, Aden
to lay aside! all petty Spites and ar.d Perlm guard the'approaches to
fancied wrongs 'and start afresh the,Red''Sen, Bahrein looks.out up- '" OPPOSITE: 'CUT

r.. over the rugged road of, life with on the Persian Gulf, Hong Kong is I HATES, $2.50 and upward. -
j :, his heart softened and chastenedby the gate to China, the far away ,

: the fond associations and sweet isles of the Pacific are so many

\. influences! of the season. bases of operation for the great sea New Hotel ROSELAND. ;

\\4\ On Monday we, and the world power. Now you may soon look ,
, 4\ with us, will celebrate the most for good government in the Trans Under entire new management. Newly :
!'..: important holiday of the Christian vaal and Orange Free State; quiet, and comfortable. Eloctilc! lights and
era-a holiday dear to' the hearts bowling alley Good fishing and boating.

t; of old and.. dung, ,rich and poor, JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS contributes served every day at 0 p. m. We supply !the
rt t I when the natural good.fellowship, to the Christmas number of from our own gulden: ; fresh eggs! and CaWOC'I'J
r generosity and hospitality that is The Saturday Evening Post an authentic yard; good rich cream from our own )
j:' inherent in mankind, tco often, account of the da.ip..P'!: attempt I two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. New: } ::

,, "* "a'.BoJ hidden under a cloak, i IF to warn the ConfeufeTtuocabinet Y ,

brought to light. Those days c of the great, movement where-
!g. long ago when we hung up our by Grant and Sherman were to cooperate GRAND VIEW Hotel,

r stocking for old Santa Claus is H 'in crushing the Confederacy.
i. thing of the past, but we can live How the attempt failed and Neatest Hotel to Union Station; three

t' through them again in the reflected why it failed are the subjects of a Government Buildings; centrally located
happiness the children who have chapter of the little known historyof Bridge and Clay streets, on high and

ii taken our places, and who in turn I .the Secret Service.. Mr. Harris ant Parlor, Office and Dining' Room, also :
1 ,\ will watch the pleasures of succeed. I I has his facts first-hand, and he has ments, single or en suite, well an'd.newly I

"4 ,. ing generations when we have pass woven them into a story of such provements; Electric Bells,' Hot and Cold

; ed away. absorbing interest that it might Pi ices.
1" We wish our readers and friends be mistaken for pure fiction.

:' : a very merry Christmas, one that
;t;'. may live in their memories for SOME people think it Is about Photo

.:".' years to come } and may it be like time to have an equalization of Supply
the "Three Ships" of the old carol taxes movement inaugurated ; and

-freighted with love and mercy many claim that the poor of Floridaare '
so that all may sing, as of old : bearing too much of the bur ...AA'el't t : : : :

"Without the door let sorrow He, den. Brevard county's tax booksare
The house In :
It And If for cold It hap to die only
open for inspection, so there Isa '
We'll bury It' In a Christmas pie, chance for to and KODAKS. !
anyone go
And ever more be happy]J"
compare notes, and see who pays OUR SPECIALTY

,' THE taxation 'in the UniI the highest or bulk of the taxes.
f average GIve us a trial. .No trouble to answer
Resident and
I It; ted States is about $$ per head ; non-resident land !
owners are willing to their fair 51 King
: England $10; France $14.48 ; Hoi pay
C land $8.58 Austria ) Ger.Wqi proportion of taxcs.PROTECT .
; $8.19 ;
r many, $5.81)) ; Denmark, $0.01 ; and j; :
Belgium, $5.82.CmtisTMAS YOUR CROPS. v E. H. ,
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r'f' Although the Florida orange grower
is close, at hand, and has had to learn at bitter cost to himself if Eye
' most of our people are too busy that protection from frosts I Is absolutely 1
with thoughts of the coming festive essential success, ho can be congratulated ;' < andiW A' :
on the fact that tho relative cost, -
season to bo bothered with as afforded by the system of protection I will sell :the
politics, or to worry over the politician by tents Is not out of proportion with i C :, Watches In the
#. who is anxious to got into a the profit Insured. Tho protection of r +' '. : Cases, $8.88 to $ ;
4e, "fat" job-for the benefit of the ooung plants from frost by artificial! fIt + Fountain An illustrated Pens, {>
methods not by any means a now Idea;
1 "dear people.. but It 'Is only of recent date that the &.*v. l'
farmer and truck growers of tho north. Offlce65| W
y Hon. FRANK CLAUK is fairly and era states have found that the system
t squarely out for the nomination could bo carried on at a handsome profit
j for Congressman of the 2nd Congressional on largo;: scale.
Winter gardening under that most expensive 'rl> SOUTHERN FUEL AND
I' district. Frank is an and fragile material, glass, Is ,
all.round good fellow, but when he now an established Industry In the vicinity
of all the large northern cities
By
bucks against a man like Congressman .
the system of tent which Wood
protection- Coal Coke Bri
Bob Davis, who has given such would be Impracticable In the case of ,
complete satisfaction to his con. winter truck gardening in localities -"
Btituents, we think he has a hard whore constant protection throughout -t
and rocky road before him. the season is necebsnry-the first cost is Vitrified Paving and i !
not only less, but it can be maintained ,
for a period of years at a comparatively
ON Christmas Day, Admiral small expense. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, '
Dewey will reach the age at which The recent Increase In the capacity of
t, any other olllcer of the navy wouldbe the McFarland Fruit Protection Co.'s J, K MUNNERLYN,
plant at this place, Is not only a matterof
retired from active service
but great local Importance to the welfareof $
the law makes no provision for the Titusvllle, but It proves that the people ESTABLISHED 187S. ,
retirement of the Admiral, unless of the oiauge-growing sections of ,
at his own request, and it is believed the state are beginning to accommodate
themselves<< to the situation. \NJn. EA.. :sO-o-
that ho
will probably continueon The time baa arrived when tho growerof
the active list of the navy until citrus fruits will as soon think of
his death. There is no pecuniary leaving his trees unprotected from coldas ,,- .._GRAIN, GARDEN I
reason for this since his wouldbe the man of business would think of !
pay leaving his stock of goods uninsured. 0 East Bay Street, JACKsO
the same on the retired as on Whenever the industry established
: the active list, and he would be basis that eliminates risk of loss from ona We handle only the best and most reliable
entitled to the same number of frost, money can be borrowed on orange Corn Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal,
dark at wholesale. State for
Tygert-Allen
aidet and a with grove property with as low a rate of In. agents
private secretary, terest, and as safetly as on kind of Star Brand Fertiliser*-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree
the rank of lieutenant. In the any Boue Nitrate Soda. Mortal of rutubl8u1Pbate Potash
realty world.
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Eden.-' Rockledge.Mrs. .F E R T I LIZ I E R S.

E. P. Porcher spent Sunday' ns tho R. H. Patterson and :Miss Patter-

guest of tho Netherby. son arrived last Sltnrdafter: a sum . ,
mer spent In Texas and
Illinois.
the .
\Ve note with pride ) of

the new Episcopal church during our Mrs. E. A. Chatfleld and mother Mrs.

absence. Breck, and Mr., Mrs. and Miss Blakesloe

Mrs. Curtiss made quite a shipment of are among. recent arrivals In South Rockledge. SPECIAL= PRICES'J

fine tangerines last week through the { )

association. E. S. Williams left tho latter )part of TO :
the week In his sail boat for } Is visiting her ,
Mrs. Bcssey sister Mrs
Ireland. They paid Eden a visit, calling whore he expects to remain during the N
winter. i fl
upon friends.Mr. .. 'iriea ph le @o: < GrO\iVers..
Mr. and Mrs.
L.V.
Charles Stmmonds, auditor for Battenfleld 1, of
East Coast visited Delaware, 0., have arrived at their R ck-
Florida Ry., Eden r.l
last the week, and took dinner at the Nether ledge winter; home, where they will pass the A1.1. .A.1.0u..n.d. DF'or-tlllzor, II :

by. as usual. Price $25.00. Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to J-LI

?Jr. and Mrs.several D. P.davs Merwin at have been F.The Hatch Rockledge, opened station last Monday.in charge A crowd of R. hiB GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: ,P'V-us for prices, and we will prove to you wo can save you money. :

spending Ilockledge
awaiting the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Win.jlerwin ., turned out to welcome the train into the Moisture.......,..........................: .......... .. ........ .......... ,..h. to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
river station once more. Ammonia. .. ... ,..... ...... ..........................,. ..., ...........,,...... B to 6 ''
at their winter home. They are : Equal: to Sulphate of Ammonia....................,........................... 20 to 28 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE::
frequent visitors In Eden. Geo. Hatch has recently put twenty : Available I'lmsiihorlo ..,.....,.......... 5 to 8 ,
light acetylene machine Kqtial: to Hone f'hoopbate LIme.. ......................................,...,. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
Mr. and Mrs. A. E.- Lyth, of Auburn, which he finds gas In iiis store r the winter to be a vast impl"Ovementover : Sulphate of FotRMi................ .... ............................. 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA( TOBACCO
spending with STEMS
&: Y., are Mrs. kerosene, and much more economl-. t Magnet LliueSoda' eto. ... .....,. .. ......... ..............n.............. 55 to 60 E-t
sister, Mrs. Curtiss, at the Netherby.Mr. cal. tihi
L'4
for TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, :
Lyth is Past Grand Commander of ruWrite: Special Pamphlet.
Sew York State Knight Templars. They Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mitchell have moved l COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES. .

ire delighted with Eden. over from Indianola, and'are occupying J3T7: Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

the Hogg cottage; on Barton avenue. Mr. H prices.
Mrs. Frye and her daughter, Anna, Mitchell has his usual positing as book
who have spent two.winters here, passed keeper for Geo. H. Hatch. .
through here last week, on their way to Please, Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for :
Palm Beach, where they expect to spendthis Mr. antl"l\Irs. John Pennington; of New
winter. Their many friends would. York, were guests of )Ir. and Mrs. Mer- Pamphlet. I.LJ
been glad to welcome them here. win a few days last week. Mr. Penning
have
ton is a son of Capt. Pennington of the. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
Last Tuesday evening the event of the Clyde steamer Comanche. ,, fII
season took place. The bazaar held at
Beulah cottage, for the benefit of the Miss Louise Powe, of Ansonia, Conn.,
new church in contemplation, was largely arrived here Tuesday., Miss Powe is Art J'acl::soiivi11o, FloriCltt.: .

attended and a great financial success, Instructorin Wells college, Aurora, N. Y. -
and has taken advantage of the Christ .-
realizing $13o.OO from the sale of Christmas
mas vacation to look after her
property
toys, candies and cakes. here. Melbourne. Sebastian.Merry REPLIES TO MR. ANDREWS by other County Bonrds.' The maps are

Several prominent people expect to sadly needed-many schools arc without

pay Eden a visit this winter, and among While landing launch a few days ago, County Superintendent and i Slrntlirm of I\ny-nnd few of those In use are In good
them Senator Rwlfield Proctor and party. Frank Warner got his foot caught be Christmas School Hoard U'rl.llh.Rrel'l11011.. condition. I object, to tho method, or
The Senator made a flying visit here twoyears tween the boatand the dock. His ankle GOODE & OO'DR.-noal Estate and Ixwrm. lack of method in purchasing school
Agent for '.tna. London and Liverpool an'll; Dr. Enos, of Narrows, was In town
was badly bruised and the wound is ; supplies which exists, or has existed Inthlscounty
Ago on his way to Cuba, and wasso very Globe, and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special this week. PAM'S
charmed with the place that he desires painful, but it is thought no bones were attention paid to the Interests of non.reslcleutn. BUI'KIIINTKNDKXT: UK PLY.COUHTNKV u condition In which Brovard

to repeat it, and will remain some crushed. .Frank 'O.ir.'lcr was In our burg one FtA., Doc 10, 1801). has not boon alone. The needs of tho .3

time, for fishing and other sports on Mrs. .f. W. Paine and'daughter Miss day this week. schools should bo carefully considered ilr1r" Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, Ktlitor Indian River Advoeatel especially lemcmbored when the
River. ;
Indian Ellen have arrived
at their home here Mrs. R. visited friends In
tho will bo Hitching .
of the East Coast
pink paper estimates! for support of schools are
for the winter. Miss Cordelia Paine Is Cocoa this week. It has been suggested to ), severalof
: me by
We trust the rumor that there are to received at the Melbourne Postofllce. tuado, so that tin provision for this Important -
taking a trip on the Great Lakes with our citizens whoso 1 value
steamers the river this winterIs opinion ,
be no on .. Harry Snnjplc dropped down to Fort Item should bo mado before
h r father, but\ expects to come to Flor- t that I, as I limo executive ofllror of mho
untrue. We miss the white-winced Pierce hand. In t this trariMitctloa tho Board haspurchased
ida later in the Mr. Downey is treating Mr. McDrlde's Friday night.
season. Board, aud ns County: Supoilntendont of
saU'uoats and launches, which have been useful the
cottage to a fresh coat of paint. supplier, qllf.'lItlQnI
Chas. Smith returned from Fort Pierce Piiblio Instruction who has had
in the and almost Now that : largo
so numerous past, two of our hotels are being whether they have paid too much
open The; Literary Club will Sunday to fish hero Influence noct-HHiiilly; in tho policy of I
meet at Mrs. ,
that horses and. have tourists
regret carriages are beginning:: to come in, and fur (ho gin"i.U. This they are able to
come to stay; but, then we would not a busy season is ,predicted There is Frank Fee's home to-night (Friday)'). Fred Church has gone to St. Lucle the Board and. direction of tho schools state for themselves; the inference, if
and the finances, should. In view of tho
have had our shell road. much speculation as to what is going to Editor Ed. Oslin and wife after spending with his pompano gear pessimistic of Mr. Andrews In any, cannot; bo very gie.it. Iu purchasing

We have the promise of a shell road. be done with the Hotel Indian River. ; a pleasant vacation hero have left us Robert Lennard and Miss Ucvlll, of last week's protest ADVOCATK, publish, for ,limo them they have helped the schools,
Various
rumors have been about neither luivo they otnliairaised the Board .
What a comfort and a delight a fine road floating again. Fort Pierce, visited friends hero Sunday Information of tho taxpayers and patrons F
for the ,
past three months, but nothlnA'definite nor Is the county hopelessly In debt '
between Eden and Jensen will be to the of tho schools of tho
and Field opinion
Messrs. Sllbsly Coughran my
can be learned. If the hotel is Misses Hudson and Cason lire expected .)NO. H. SAMS,
many who are not fortunate enough to to bo opened. it is time work was begunon are out in Mr SHbsly's big boat on a h<>me from their respective schools at condition of affairs. Co. Supt. Public Instruction
1 rlSC1100G
keep a horseJ Walking will then be cruise. I do not. Intend, by complying: with
It, for in its present condition it is Wavelandnnd Ojua to bjn-nd' tho holltl )1I
and of will be able their wishes
to
.good, many us to' enter Into any Clll1tl'Ovel'sy -
scarcely fit to bo occupied. We are pleased to ROO R. A. Conkling with relatives hen 1
visit Jensen and do our' spring trading.In but stuto facts us they arc and rely '
the matter of stores Jensen is a long again able to be at his post of duty, after Miss Rena I'u+bcr Is visiting lends nt on results, both past and to come, for IIOARII MICMIIKII'! ItKI'I.Y. ,',

way ahead of us. It is a mistake that Send the ADVOCATE an order for any his fall. Orchid this week. Miss Faber goes to substantial conllnuntlnn of my opinion. 1'diturlu(1Ian lllrrr Adeucatf! :

we haven't a good, all-round dry goods )Job printing youjieejjj! Mrs. E. 8. Bender and Mrs. R. W. Orchid to rest und be away from city life Tho schools and (InancoH are, I most !Mr. Andrews, In his protest, seems to ,s

store here. Goode were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. at Sebastian for awhile. positively assert, iu excellent condition, assume greater wisdom and morality /

Key. E. P. Blackman, editor, of the -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon D. Lockwood, to a wild turkey dinner Misses Bell and Bowman, two charmIng especially when wo consider the fact that tlmn the members of tho School Board, 'I
Indian last Monday.We the Boaid had to curry heavy amountof past or present Ho parades the offer of
Homeseeker, visited Eden last week, River ? If you do, write the young ladies from South Caiollna
unpaid warrants, by reason of the tho agent and his Influence In
stopping
looking up data for an exhaustive articleon Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- notice several of our Tillman, Mal arrived last Thursday evening to spend ,
uon-cullection of taxes caused In nn he the puicliaso then after '
:
yule Fla. See 4. groat says ; parading -
culture and other fruits. page several months Jan. A. droves
pineapple abar and Eau Gallic friend In town this visiting .
part by the disastrous freezes of 1801-R. his Influence( acknowledges that
The homeseeker reaches every part of week looking for Santa Claus, and here is Stanley Kltching mado a trip to tho The schools will, If they sustain tho nv.orage' ho "lit a butup on a lug." It was not his
country, and has been instrumental in the place to find him. oyster beds this week In the cat boat 'required, have 1term of six Influence( altogether that stopped) the

bringing which is hundreds to this beautiful the land, Georgiana.Mr. !Mr. Van Steinberg has just returned Baby-Mine. Master Fred Carson acting months, to which another school may bo purchase at that tlmo. The member of ,
the home of
truly workingman with a big boat load of fresh oysters, so as first mate. They returned Tuesday added. tho Hoard who advocate tho purchase of '
and
rich., In offers no other good state investmants will land to the so Carrington was in town, Monday. we can always enjoy ,oysters in Melbourne night, loaded to tho docks with lute The salaries of tho teachers, who have tho charts at this tlmo arc tax Naving
pay fresh from the oyster beds. bivalves. taught several years with success; have well as members of the Board, i
much to the .I\CI'e-to say nothing of the Mrs.! Flora Wittfeld Is some better and been continued. A majority of limo the welfare of tho school at heart, and '

Incomparable climate. has now returned. to her own homo. Capt. Alex. Goode, In the steamer Mr. and Mrs. Curd Schroeder, Misses schools, 'which paid t'j:! per month, receive object to ombimiiHsliig tho county as
Spartan took the following party to tho May and Sylma Kltching, and B. Kltoli .
much m
In $30. Tho question of term and as other citizen.
any
answer to the lIerry "Where Is our Quarterly meeting was well 'attended, ball at Eau: Gallic: Mescames E. S. : lag, of Stuart, will spend Chlintmas
salary has froma Mr. Andrew dismissed the books andmal'
by
developed
Eden ,
,
correspondent year year,
we reply: "We are and some splendid sermons were preach week In town let show all
Bender, It. W. Goode, S. F, Gibbs, Oeo.M. our ; us our
herein; and while the mantle of our predecessor ed. 111'0,0. the Misnes M. Williams, Jessie visitors that Sebastian and her people I strict per capita apportionment to with a sneer as to value, and wo
have fallen equalizing[ of term an'd salary Later on decided to take tho charts books and
may on unworthy ,
ifiiltlo do the at all times
Goode, Brown, Allie aud Mollle can right thing
Capt. Simmonds wife and this will bo
daughter In
shoulders, we are determined that here- Nicholson Maude Powell and Susie Car- ..still more satisfactory maps] In a lot for $017.00, bollovlng thatIt
after Eden shall take her place in the from Kenosha, Wisconsin, arrived on Prof. Toter, Mrs. Jas. A. Groves, Miss shape. was tin urclmaso as we
columns of the "pink paper of the East Friday.Mr. ter, the Messrs. John Earl and Adams Tom and Nicholson es Belle Bowman, Smith and Stanley Tlio total expenditures for all purposeswill could make Tho schools need these '.
Sam Martin Dr.
Coast." Certainly it ranks among the Averel and wife returned to their Peek, All reported, a fine time. Kltching boarded tho cat boat "Baby not exceed $1.1,800.00; adding tho supplies, oven if we have to carry tho i
first with any town on Indian River. Too pleasant winter home at Coquina last Mine" last Saturday and took a sail over cost of the charts recently purchased, warrants over, Time present need of tho If
much cannot be said of its beauty, its Friday.Mr. to Jolly old ocean.<<; Tho party landed at KI17.00() wo have a total expenditure of supplies fully warrant tho expenditure I
charming people and its lovely scenery. DeLand.Miss the site of Cite proposed Inlet, where $14,417.00; of this amount it Is probablethat : and we see no lemon why we will not
Hall, Mrs.\ Owen and daughter Capt. Rice is hard at work with tunic f iiOO.X! ( will not bo used ; the receiptswill reduce tho debt also It Is bettor to rim !

Services are held in the Congregational went to Lotus, Monday, to do some, &' Aping scrapers taking off the top dirt. After In all reasonable probability, bo the schools six and seven months fur ;I

cburch every Sunday, The Sabbath for Christmas.A. Dilligan: of Daytona, arrived here strolling tho beach for an hour or so, tho $$11,1)10.00) ; tho wholo amount of listed : nlsh such supplies as arc needed and : .

school and Bible class are well attended. L. Bruner and Chas. Wernlng are last week, and is pleasantly located in party returned home tired and hungry, resources call for at least tIIJ11S0.Oj() ; roduco the debt gradually than, as Mr.
Mr. Sawyer, the pastor, has many warm beans. have the University. but "oh myl" what a grand time. allowing a loss of 10 )per cent of the 6- Andrews advocated! pitying time debt
friends aud admirers who enjoy his able busy shipping They some mill levy from non-payment of taxes- down tho term
Immediately by cutting
and very nice ones. Dr; J. F. Forbes, of Stetson University Taxation without representation has .j
Instructive sermons. The music is say $1 InU.OO-thel'o: ( ) will bo available Tho secretary Wall Instructed by tho
usually good. For the first time we Mrs. Carter was out driving Wednes- has been on the sick list recently, but caused a difference of opinions in tho during the year, ns stated above, $11,* Board to prepare schedule of the apportionments J

beard the ringing of bells last Sunday day and calling on Mesdames Hughes, has fully recovered.It M.tho E.scholars Sunday left hchool, Last, and Sunday two-thirds Union of 010.00; HO that, with to tho schools, to ho amend '.
morning. How quickly It carried us Bruners and Owen a to $11,1)10.00' and expenditures! to $11-'
is expected that after Christmas, school with the ) ed as tho Board Haw The secro- f
back to a different scene. It Is very pleasant Baldwin Is to be Stetson University will have a larger Sunday oilircrs was organized: 417, we uliould have about $!lOa(>; 00 toapply tary read the list, "Iv tllOl'or. reasons a* J
:Mr. reported
Improv.ing following : Stanley Kltching,
to listen to the solemn chimes andwe tho further reduction
to of the
number of students than ever before. seemed to bo advisable Mr. Androws t
In health little. Rev. Sirdel field Mrs. Hall teacher class
a superintendent; ,
wonder why our church is so far IndebtedncHM. The hoard owed In I8D7-H 't
tho bo
asked that tho names of schools
held a prayer meeting at Mr. Baldwin's Tho dancing school under the No. 1 ; Stanley Kltching! teacher class
,:
behind that of our colored brethren. super $1,037.110' paid during 1808-0 $l,2: 13O1
; ; called, as ho was nut familiar with them r I II
No. 1' Miss Alma Smith teacher class
We must have. a bell; who will call the Monday night. vision of Miss Ida Broome, has been ; amount duu J.uly 1, ISilO, $3,114.00: \ ; will I by numbers, and when the list wan gone :
No S Mrs Bubo teacher class 4
No.
roll? The son of Mr. and Mrs. Goodsell is quite well attended of late. Miss Broorao ; ; probably pay thin year $:; :24 scholars enrolled books f
sick at their home in the I'ackman is a fine teacher were ; hymn leaving outstanding probably $2,011.00:
very and literature for. The Union ; as made out bo tho order for apportion' I
-Please mention the ADVOCATE. when cottage. Dr. Chambers Is giving him hU An entertainment was given In the school meets Sunday paid afternoon In the of this amount $27.i.O0:! ()( mire warrants merit If It wan u case of favored teachers 1 I

writing advertisers.If best medical attention. auditorium on ThursdaylIght, of this school house at 2:30.: Please attend. which will not bo paid, u* they represent and favored localities any suggestion l

Miss Jessie Canatta arrived last weekto week, by Francis Walker, which was Tltusvlllo school building -warrants that he may have seen )proper to have I
1
search well attended. which given to tho board, but have boon made would feel have received
you are i bargains, the winter with her brother quite ,,wo sure, !
read the ADVOOATE columns carefully. spend Impure water I II the cause of much mls-lald by tho douor So that tho debt] proper attention. and would havo In. ,$
here. Mr. Canatta has been very sick Quite n large number of men are at sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine really at present about ,1.V.00: : ) ( will, In lluenced the action\ of the hoard;; but his 'j I
for several days, but is now improving. work on tho streets, making a new drain-
filter from Claude Walton, Tltusvlllo. all .probability at the und of the fiscal moving the adoption without any sugost.Ioni -
Banyan. Mrs. Black has rented her house to age system, which will be greatly appreciated year, be not more than $2,700.00.The :! ? or objections stamped it with I 9

Capt. SIrnraonds and family for the win by the residents. necessity for and manner of protecting approval. Wo are neither hopelessly I i

ter; she expects to return to her place at The entertainment given In tho audl- Rio. tho warrant have long been rooognlzed In debt, nor du wo propose or mean to fuse

Christmas goods in Banyan-something Ocean us soon to keep boarders, especially Itorlum Stetson University, for the benefit and approved, not only by ft favoritism I !
awful as well. as ornamental.Tom those who want to do some fine huntingand of good roads, was quite well attended largo majority of our citizens, but by tho jo 14. K. IJ tit0's. !

Snell that the cut-worms fishing. a good sum being made.J. The friends of Mrs. OluUch will be people throughout tho Ita to. Our school J, M. Dixo.v.I .
have reports pleased to learn that she Is till on the warrant have been at par value since
pestroyod his tomato crop at Bonne Brady Bower Hervey and Miss Jennie Monroe, of Chicago, arrived hero, mend. 1881, and our teacher have been pad: -I fi,
returned Friday from Palm Beach. Mr last week and Is stopping with Dr, promptly without loss or wait. ;1

The rains for the past week are good Bower and Hervey went on up to Or- Forbes and family. Ills family are expected Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, of Waveland, This course I II compelled by tho fact >Jl. E.NOH HAH SOMKYIUNQ TO HAV AllOUt

for the beans just being picked as well mond Sunday, to be gone for some time. to spend the winter here. spent Sunday In town,, the guests. of !Ir. that our schools require tho funds grant THOSE )(AI'8, ETc {
will remain at home with and Mr. W. E. Roe I
** Miss Jennie cd for their before collected.
support they are
young
crops.A S. A. Smith, a student of Stetson Uni Egos Fl.A, Dec 20 1800.Kilitor j
and sister. ,
Kentuckian her mother versity, who has been on the nick list for E. F. Olutsch has secured tho contract ]. Our taxpayers with few exe..pUOIII I
has the mall contracts
hereabouts. We wish be had to It A. L. Bruner and family, Mrs. Clark, a week or so, Is steadily recovering, for grubbing[ the new road, and workon do not pay their taxes until the Indian River Adtacntii' : l
fur one carry Mrs. Gilbreath aud Miss Annlo Sutnmer- much to the delight of his friends.A lame will probably begin noon.Al limit allowed by law U near. It follows 1It 1/
year, If no moro. our went with Mr. White's mule and that at this time mid until March each U but just to Mr. Andrew that the !

Capt. Ramsey has purchased the sloop down to Lotus, Monday, to do large number of student of.SteUon our pineapple grower are busy year there must be-a* Mr. Andrew friend of justice and economy In the : ,
Edna, as he found the Nip and Tuck too some wagon Christmas shopping, and to see the University, will leave here, to-day ((Fn- covering their pines. Those who are not say*-"thousand* of (dollar," on which conduct of the educational) affair of the ,
"nail. The captain Is a hustler many pretty places to be seen down in day) for their respective homos, where able to shed aro using palmetto and taw Interest Is paid. It 1 I. nothing new ortartllug county should express themselves In regard i.

that part of the neighborhood. They they will spend the Christmas holidays, gran but approved by all t business' I to tho stand he took In the wild "

The school children are being drilled had a lovely] day for: a drive, and all enjoyed and have a good time generally \V.V. Turn. formerly of Rio.' now of non and cannot Le avoided will,u u t e r n. and rock leKs transaction of \purchasing a.
J gularly by Miss Gladwin In .their parts It very mu<.1J. NasauChas -Id;; )his! beautiful pineapple barra ilng the ''school, When our lot of map and chart which, If not In

for the Christmas exercises, and a good Fort Pierce. plantation] to an Ohio gentleman who county and school tax can support the themselves nearly worthies for practical 1
Programme will, no doubt, be the result. Mr. Page sold some extra: fancy oranges will at once begin to put up extensive school for a term of seven or eight use In tho various school rooms of
The Monday from the Nelson grove, for the thedding. month, the receipts from other sources of the county, at the best represent au j
afew leafhopper, which have Injured exposition at St. Augustine. There will W. T. Ilarbinwill spend Xmas at than those can bo reserved to form a fund obsolete method of Imparting Instruction. ,
but patches of beans, are still with cool us. also be somechoiue grape fruit from Mrs. home The Mefwrs, mall who have recently to meet time expense In the first half of It I I. not my purpose at this time to
we hope the rains and a little Owens grove on exhibition at the same purchased the plantation owned by Ja. the year. show the almost utter worthlessness of
knock weather_say 38 In the shade-will She has been selling some of the George: Fultz, of Sprucebluff was In Andrew, of Tlbbali, have just completed While I did not approve fully of the these thing In teaching what Is f f
them out. fruit and from fifteen town this week, enjoying a full (day's bicycle covering three acres of pine and merely
50 box t
at $T per purchase of the chart, I cannot conscientiously to be desired by their use, but to
Messrs. A. Clark, C. Casper, R. Dun"aoj. to twenty-five cents each, according to sport. planting Mediterranean orange tree condemn It. I bitterly op. commend Mr. Andrew for the noble : i

It. A. Mathers, J. Stewart size and quality Mrs. McCarty, of Ankona, 1 I. fairy These are enterprising gentlemen and posed the purchase of the arithmetical stand he took In relation to the purchase .1 i
pagan, Tea Campbell, I). Smith and 13 godmother, Santa Claus and everything are doing much to Improve this locality. chart, which raised inch a storm of the map and chart

2ooes of Tropic; Messrs. Pigue, Prevatt, To Whom It May Concern. that It good to Jimmie and Alma Lane. throughout the tate (which cost $(JJ: : .OO, The action of Mr. Andrew certainly ,

Bupkins and Otwell of Bahia; W. Q. will be held Satur Drink filtered water and keep not II 100.00)), a* the subject I III taught commend him to the good sense of every 1
Messrs. Booth and given;; that the branch FUb- The Christmas tree Hire In much better way by use of blackboard honest citizen of the county. It I III \
artCMrrin11.; Notice It hereby evening, at the Baptist church It healthy. See those fine filters for sale bjr
B. Stewart, Brantley; cries heretofore operated by this Comimny at day and crayon May I lay here In this time such reckless waste of the school
:8aor' O, s. Ilardee, Rockledge, were Fort liana and SebMtUn, FU.,under ewel the: management : on promises to be the beat one we have ever Claude Walton, agent, Tltuivllle.A connection that the Chairman of the fund wa stopped, and the voice of the

last week. Unoember of lit XJ'.A.L,and delivered Sample to were Mr. A. M. Sample had.The Board at that time wu a mot efficient people should be raised In condemnation ,v.

.. or tbat having dance at Mr*. Harbin'*, on Friday A* an advertising medium, ao officer, whose Influence was always to of such reckless action by men who occupy t.
the hll eau*CwufS. A y pperno pel'llOlIJI ot either night, was one of the moat enjoyable affair paper on the East Coast can beat the the advantage of the county positions for which they are but

roaders 1D"Vire would esteem If our bllll against branch this Company I.leberleewlU on 1C4'0unt pleaMpreaeot of the eaon. 'there were quite a ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt, The chart just purchased are of positive poorly qualified.
sae! ', when writing or calling upon ot game the tor above IeUlemeLt at this ofbel.FLOUIUA number of dancer present, who seemed I and be convinced of the pink paper' value to the schools. They and Respectfully, i'

sk',advertisers would to purchase merchandise, rum "" tJgnieracksovl (a. to mOlt thoroughly enjoy the evening. worth. similar chart have been freely purchased J. L. ENOH'7' *. "
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'e. I trasts. Ttiere! ore blues mixed With

Two hundred bushels, heliotropes and further confounded by Florida Central andPeninsular

Potatoes splashes of red green and brown
remove
flecked with orabge. and curiously
4?
eighty pounds of "actual" Pot clever and quite delightful gray' mixtures .
that If caught In one light reveal

.ash from the soil. One thousand flecks of blue, In another of Railroad

mauve and perhaps In yet a third a :Z

pounds of a fertilizer containing glimpse of yellow. The tailor world %

I evidences no signs of erring on the service from Florida all
Unexcelled to points
,, 8% "actual" Potash aide of dull monotony. tpRO, ," fi}

I Spots, It Is said, will/ be everywhere, r' '.
, will supply just the amount and tunics or polonaises of pastel cloth North East and West

5 S needed. If there is a deficiency spotted with black velvet will fall over
plain cloth skirts that are to be decked crI ,

of Potash, there will be with flounces cut bias, which are to replace -. H .yq
the shaped flounce so long used. 6 Jacksonville Savannah anti
Two Trains dally between Tampa, Columbia
l a falling-off in the crop. Velvet, It may be, added In passing, Is carry!!

We have some valuable expected to be greatly employed.It : Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers t!,
, Is authoritatively stated that one 1 Ik,1

books about of the great Paris designers will encourage -
telling composition | skirts for the coming season Washington Baltimore, Phila. and New YorlAlso
'' ,
use and value of fertilizers to be mucb, less tight 'The necessaryI

I graceful curve of the figure will be' delineated ; with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Asheville
I for various crops. They are by a well shaped skirt but In :1r' C .

free. many cases a wide box plait will. appear ,
sent
down. the back giving the flat
GERMAN KALI WORKS effect, yet a more graceful looseness, "Dixie, Flyer" ,
93 Nassau St.,New York. expanding as the figure walks.
Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis
Through Sleeping via
THE HOUSEHOLD. Tri-Weekly Sailings .

DRESS AND FASHION. -.-- Lake City Macon Atlanta .Chattanooga and Hash
What Homemade to Do In Certain Emerarenelea. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW yORK. ,
Corner
Seat-Harrow
PRESENT MODES AND Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the
INTIMATIONS OF It In KB on Toast. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Northwest
/ THINGS TO .
t I COME. Your potatoes may be overboiled till The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe
Steamships car service between Jacksonville land New
1 A novelty finding favor among some they are broken and watery. The remedy Through sleeping Orleans

'Of the modistes Is the use of small box is to drain off all, water possible.Put via River Junction and Pensacola.Full .

;,plaits laid from top to edge of a tunic them, still In the saucepan without Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
information on application to any agent of this company.
( ;arrangement. Thin Is not necessarily the lid, over the fire and stir about Direct Service Between

, cut en general prlncesflc appearance In actual..leads fact, to thoughthe that well has with evaporated a wooden'spoon and they till have the water be-- Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points A. O McDoncll, L. A, Shipman,

suggestion. It la strikingly gracefuland come floury,; Then see that there are no (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
uncommon, however. General Pass. Agt Asst..Gen. Pass.
lumps left Add salt Agt
The for pepper, a nice SEMI-WEEKLY) SAILINGS .
fancy straight lines Is also
n' lump of butter Qr dripping( and a little Southbound........................ ......................... ..... ..... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
well shown In the smart autumn suit J Northbound............................ ........,:....... from foot of Hogan Street. Jacksonville
c of the first Illustration. This Is.In the milk. Mix and heat well and serve as r ;

new shade of cloth, which will be mashed potatoes. Clyde St. Johns River Line.
,I Or It may be that the boiled fish has

}1. suffered ,the same fate. Quickly re- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

move skin and bones, keeping the flesh Jacksonville,Palatka. ,Santord Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John' River. m

: I in as large flakes as possible. Make an STEAMER 5outhern.Railway.

egg sauce precisely you Intended to # uFUED'IC DeBAI Y."
do for tliei boiled flsb. Put the flakes CAPT. w. A. SHAW

) Into this and heat, but do not stir. Arrange Leave Jacksonville 3:30 p,m.,flundays,Tuesday and Thundays.
y toast on a dish, sprinkle with Leave Sanford 9:00: a.m., Enterprise 9:30 a.m., Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays.Gen'I .
chopped parsley, In the fish and DIRECT LINE...aQUICK TINE
pour
.I, Passenger and TIcket OffIce, 204 W. Bay,St., Jacksonville.w. .
serve as a fricassee.
When custards have curdled from amoment's H. WARBURTON T. P. A., F.M.lnONJ\IONGERJR.. Fla Pass.Ajtt., -TO-
.l l"I O\ 5Bowllng/ Green,New York. 20t West Hay St.JacksonvllleFla. PHILADELPHIA
WASHINGTON BALTIMORE
too long contact with the O. P. LOVELL, As t.Fla. r JOliN. L. HOWARD, S\perlntendent ,
fire, to each pint of milk used In the Jacksonville.Fla. Moot Hogan St., Jackson,ilk,Fla.
custard allow two teaspoonfuls of TDEO. G. EGRR, T. M.. II Bowling Green, New York. NEW YORK CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA -
WM. P LYDE 41: CO., General Agents,
cornstarch, mix with a little cold milk 6llowling Green.New York \2 80. Delaware Ave., PhDadelphla. BIRMI GHAH..ME.MPHIS. CHATTANOOGA
and strain the curdled custard Into It.
I. a, ST. LOUIS. ,KANSAS CITY
Stir over the fire and let It boll. Then j" ,

, a 'I f I add a beated egg sugar and flavoring Florida EaSt Coast RY. and all Points East and Welt

to; taste and take off the fire at once.

.I Serve as originally Intended.-Philadelphia TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SltPT. 10. 1899. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS :
Times.
1)) I
SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). The New York and Florida Express
r Homemade Corner Sent.! ,
"if Thin suggestion for a corner seat ally NoM STATIONS. No'18 Daily 0 Via Savannah and Charlotte N C

\1 I which makes a very attractive anllcomtol.tnble kR Da1Jl Dal1r; kq The New York and Florida Limited
"1 6P"'ii2 oave.......... ............. Jack onviUe ......................... rrlve 180p 106iia, ,
I of
II piece furniture can be 1Sp108DaArrive....................... !St.AUlru tlDe .......................Leave 6:1Op: 94iE via.Savtemeah and Charlotte,N.C
changed In many ways 'to suit the purpose Rp 10 tiba Leave...................... St.Augustine .......................Arrive 61op .4Oa6.p111ea The United States Fast Mail,
I 1, of those Interested and still E ................ ........ HIIHlin1l1l :... ......................LoBve 6110p II04a7pUUnArrtve.
retain -. ...... .... .... ... .. ......I-'alalka ..1... .. ..;... .. ., ...Leave 4nap Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C
all qualities which make It attractive ...w.p1l0oa( J"'I\'e . ... .... .... .. PaJalka ...... ....... .... .Arrive o 411 IUa The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,
I / and comfortable.It .np.... ...... Arrive........ ... .......... can Mateo .......... .......Leave ...... 'aWn Via "el1lp
Ii can be made to fit any corner of a ..... Leave ................." .... San Mateo ....,...... .... .....Arrive '1 115 ::::::
room and of course must,bo constructed :dTh 1iliiiii] LeBve.. ....................... Eallt l'alatka ........................Le ve 52Up'T a 4H4 'Through Vestibuled Trains-.Pullman Sleeping Cars
i of some wood to match the finish of hip 12 blip .................._....... Ormond .......................... 84p '113&'Up Drawing-Room
108p ............. ......_...... Daytona........ ................ 8110p 701asoep Through Coaches-Elegant Cars.
the room. 118p II .......,........ ........Port Orange.... ........... ..' .... ," Snip:! 1161al26p Dining .
I Instead of the panels at the base, a, 165p ......................_ New Smyrna .....,.,......,.;....,.. II 805p 680aasip
II 22'p ................... ...... GakHlll..q. .......... 222p 1I05a
deep flounce or a heavy fringe can be lOOp Bunp ......................... TitusviiIo.............I............. 14bp 600a BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE
II used and the artistic effect! still be preserved ...... auOp II ...............:......... City Point ......................... 115p ......
I ...... 111I8p It ............................ Cocoa ............................ .. Imp ......
I If flounce or fringe Is used, the N.... 1141p II ......................... Rocklooge ......................... 104p ...... Through Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati -
cost of the woodwork In butternut or.AN ...... 41tp: ".. .........................1tau Gallie ......................... It 128:1p: ......
0.... 421p .......................... :Melbourn. ........................ II 1:1: Up ...... 0., Via Asheville N. C., and Knoxville,Through
\ '' ...... 467p .......................... R0ll81and ..... ..................... .. 11 48a ...... "THE LAND'OF THE SKY.
...... 6lp; It ..................... f>eva tlan.......................... F,,1143& ......
5 ...... 66'p: It .......................... St. Lucie ...................:...... .. 1U65a ......
A SMART AUTUMN SUIT ...... 6ISp ".. ......................_. Fort Pleree........................ 1018a ....N641p Throne Trains via Southern Railway in connection wit
much adopted for'itituinn and winter ............ .......... _.....Eden... ........................ It 1o06a are now Operated
I ( 'u a gap .It .................... ....... Jensen......... .................. 1000& !r w the Plant System from Jacksonville.
wear, being a red shade of mulberry 209 Sdtp(\ a .............. ............Stuart! .... ....................... .. 960a .
", I and called automobile. The braided V 126p It ........................ Robe Sound: ........................ II 910s 208'
',: 7119p ........................ Wellt Jupiter........................ II 9O7a118p for Rates Schedules and Information,call on or address
design Is of plain black plaited braid .. .............. ......Weat Palm Beach ...................... (tS3aS48p '
having a rather satin effect! In places. 118111 .. ................. ........ Boynton........ .................. II 8 A. GIRARDEAU, T. P. A., or W. T. COSBY, T. P. A.,
M ............ ............... ....... .........s.. '16'11071 212 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
The stitched revers, dull metal buttons \ > ...................." Fort Lauderdale..................... It '1O'iJ020p RANDALL CLIFTON District Savannah, Qa.
I and general finishings give this suit a .. ........ .... ......... Lemon Qty........... ............ II 62 Passenger Agent,
i most charming effect, while the long 10 ,Ant,............................ :Mlam1......,.................... .. 611IIETWEEN J. M. GULP, W..A: TURK S. IL HARDWICKj
: NEW S3IynSA_ _ ___ ANi KAl1wt. C; l' C \ Trafflo Manager, Gen. Pass..Agt., Asst. Gen. PSM. Aft..
lines tend to make It a becoming style. n Washington. D. O. Washington D. O. Atlanta,O j
Ii to figure Inclined at all to cinbounolnt. 0 0. S ATIORS ..
any ..,
ubp le 0e... .... ... ewSnyrna .,..nu..... ...........Ar j, .-...._, ---= -
i '1 1121a .,,.,.,,,,,,, t ........ Lak.Helen.,,."............ .........Lv1210 440p402r111
The jacket can be made smaller as a 80. Orange City 1200n 424p
bodIce for Indoor wear and the collar 10.5 llba Ar........:. .. .. ...Oran a Olt Jnnotfon.........., 11 sb. / iselbe
All trains between New i myrna and Orange C1tjunct oa Daily ezeep4 Sunday MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
r1 lined with velvet In place of the fur a -
, 1 which obtains on the outdoor coat 1 13I.TWh.h.N I'ITU'VI1.LE ADD yANVt4RD.

fi The second cut presents a charming o. vr.u..m.., .. ...... ituav A .. n,.............. ....,.. ,.,..Ar aa p Florida, New York,
, ", decolletage for a young lady, It would 18. ...................a.u........'.......,,...Mime.........?".........,...,.........,.Lv 112pr8a Philadelphia and Boston.]
W 1 account for Itself well In any light tint, ATTRACTIVE CORNER. ? ........................".........,Osteen..,..,. ll b.a York.
...........,.. .................. 119fAIl From B> uwlck(direct))to New
'1 but is especially successful in white, pine will be about 525. The post tW\ ,,,,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,, .. ,, .Enterprise Junction...... ........,",..,....,.... .
\ .c with shoulder strap and ,bow of sapphire ihould bo from 0 Ar..'..'.. .. ................. ..... .ntord..,:.................................. it l PASSENGER SERVICE.To
feet 0 Inches to 7 feet leave Jack '']
"I ; blue velvet, a pale shade of bluo All trains between usviUe au su a d ai Ul'eyt unday. M make connections with steamers, Sabot
In the lower 12 inches and"Go-
height, spindles ? S on Thursdays at H.-20 a.m. via Fernandlna ; 1
j r I :. I satin ribbon threading the /houlllou- long and the upper spindles 4 inches KEY WEST AND HAVANA. (route.Cumberland Or.Tiaall Route rail). ,Arrive leaving Brnnnick Jacksonville:30 8 s.m.:'.>0a.} Planer". *(1.!
pees at the top beneath the frill. Either :: t
The curtain \ taking !
long. or drapery Is suspended & V.) via Everett and Southern R'j. Passengers
1; a sapphire or turquoise buckle on a small brass rod.threelghths 'ihe steamers of the Florida East Coast Steamnhlp Company appointed to sail M follow*) .. _._.. per aboard steamer that night.

should be worn at the waist. > of an. Inch In diameter, the rod STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND .
I While the chic black gown Is still to be held In position by brass sockets, PROPOSED SAILINGS

I well liked and grays and browns are no nails or screws being used. Lv.New York,Pier 21 E.R.,S:0p. m.,. (Standard Time.) Lv Brauer{

: in high vogue the prospect of dull For hall or chamber the seat can be Leave Miami Sundays nod Wednesdays< ; Arrive Key West Havana Mondays and Thurs and Friday, Deo. t .............".,...,.. .. COLORADO............... ........ ... Friday, ""
made In box box days. Leave Key West Monday and Thursday. ; Arrive Tueiuiaya Friday,Dec 8.......... .............RIO GRANDE............ .......... ....Friday' u
for clothes
i' style a a Friday Friday: II 15............'............,..COLORADO : ..................Frp0.P' s
hoe box or as a receptacle for chil NORTHBOUND. Friday, 23............................RIO ORANDE..1.! ..,:...:..... ... Fddar,

I II dren's toys. The box should not be Leave ITavsnTuesdays and Friday; Arrive Key West Tuesday and Friday, For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, etc.,apply to
II I over 14 Inches high, arranged with a1It1 Leave Ky'nt Tuesdays and Frlditys: Arrive Mlawt Wednesday and Saturdays.Departures .JoIfklODV
I I ou strong hinges.-Boston Herald. from Miami.will be made houa U po* lble alter arrival of train U BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay 8tH.

on sailing days. _____ .H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick,Ga.
-T &usa Time 'l'ablll"lIbuw the tlmua at which tn.inlanlloatil may bo expoottkl toarrlveani} O.II. General ,N.y.
MALLORY Agent;Pier 20 E.River and 385 Broadway
,
J Maeroevbone. on Toast. depart from the several stattuus and ports, but their arrival or departure at the ttuiM
t Marrowbones are as much sought stated is not guaranteed, nor does the Company holdUnolf responsible for any delay or any -
i pr cn* t after today as they were In the old copy of local time card call at 243 West Bay 8trw: ,Jacksonville, or addrei
time when Taffy of the nursery rhyme J.P. BEuKWITU, Trafflo Manager. J. D. RAHNEB A.CK P. A.

'came owbomV to my house and stole a mar- 7 ____,,,_. AngwNtln If You Have Not


Leon Surdez, chef! of the Manhattan
Is noted for his "marrow rings on LAST YSTEM.If '

by toast him," as directions follows:for which are given P Found What You Want "

Have the marrow bone of beef sawed .
I In rings an inch deep. Cut slices of at-
breallu round shapes trimming off all you are going anywhere, whether it be to the For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look

the crust, Butter the slices on each North South, East, West, Fruit and Garden Lands along the
sIde. Lay them In a dripping pan and

t /SZry put a marrow ring In the middle of Northwest or Southwest.Remember East
CoastFor
I .. each slice of bread. Sprinkle the marrow .*
with a little salt and paprika. that the PLANT SYSTEM of Hallways and Steamship Lines with i

I Stand the pan in a moderate oven and gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tifton .'

let the marrow roast with the bread und various other pointatwlth Its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE are flocking in but still there Is room. If )'u

TAE!: KKWK8T PKCOLLKTAGI. until both are a golden brown. Remove is the best route, and that all Information can bo obtained promptly by addressingor this
the from the then looking way, drop a line to
days to come encourages toward gayness pan oven: with calling on
of toilet. The tailors are apparently a cake turner lift each slice separatelyand F. M. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3'rd Vice-President,
Jolly Division PusengerAgcnt.
dominated by tho most cheerful lay on a hot platter Servo with ,

of sentiments, for their tweeds com- a white paper fringe about each marrow 133 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., .- JLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

tine startling and daring color con. ring.-Washington Star. B. W Wrenn, Passenger Trafflo Manager, Savannah Ga. ST. AUGUSTINE, 1'k.YPs'1. L I




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xN' IAN RIVER- TITUSVILLE-IOTE PLAZA HOTEL, ST., AUGUSTINE, FLA. THE PLAZA HOTEL, ROCKLKDOE, FLA.


ii INDIAN RIVER This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near This handsome new hotel, bated\ on the bank: of tho beautiful Indian River,
Postofllce, Bank and Cathedral. < in the heart of tho far-famed Indian River orange region, Is now open for the .;
-- jfr4 FLORIDA Rooms, Wets to $1.00 per day; $I.tiO to $0.00 per week. reception of $guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be

.V. 1>. SANCHEZ, Manager imagined than Itockledgo, with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearIng -
orange groves, fine boating, fishing and hunting. Rooms with private
bath. Rates 12.50; per day and upwaids. Special weekly rates. loQ1I
k Y J. G. BAST, Proprietor
st Goorgo strbct 8. II. PECK, Manager.
HOTEL; ABBEY .
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ----
P 4 The hotel fronts on tin '
12AU GAf.f.II:,
1'! wide sweep of bay((7 mile This delightfully located hotel, near tho City Gates, overlookingold .

r fir. In width), formed by thfi Fort Marion and the bay, now: open for the season, under tho

i I ,uIN .Y Illlil it crNli ,d Indian River, making it) management of P. M. Snares, of the Everett House, Saratoga

s delightful summer resort. Springs, N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to Hotel Granada
Constant
rdn mTr Ni a IN W u iii breezes from the sea coo am 1'. M. SUAREZ, St. Augustine, Fla. ,. EAU, ULLIE, FLA.

bay. Flowing sulpha The Everett House, Saratoga: Springs, N Y., will be open June I, 1000. ,
w uq INPI h+ ''N rl'' ( springs Special Bumme,; Half way down tho East Coast, on .the bank of Indian River Host

l'a teSt hunting and 'fishing point on tho Const Everything now. No malaria.

SI AnItEI ZI:. Large rooms good beds, plenty,ot oranges and a GUARANTEED TAIILR.. 1 I

$2.00 to .1.00; per day. Special weekly rates.

'?itusvllle Boarding Houses.!' THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA., Twenty minutes IIALLECK WELLES, Proprietor NOEL A. MITCHELL, Clerk. .

1 lILl by 'bus from DAYTONA Station. r ,

IRS DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, FLA. Elcctilo Light, Steam heat, Private baths, Boating, Fishing, Surf EI)1'\ I

Bathing Ocean pier and pavilion. Best bicycle roads in the
,
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When in need of white or rye Bread, pies
etc. to Mrs.,Deisner's City Bakery Yachts houses' State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to '
cakes, go boarding Daytona.J.
hotels and families supplied. P. VIKING, Manager. The Net th er by, EDEN, On-Indian-River. i


BflDKHIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA.; PALATKA One of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern Improvements. :J
... Hot and cold buths. Sulphur bpring. Excellent drinking water. Ii

''Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day PALATKA, FLA. Plenty of fruit and Ice Fish, Oysters and fresh vegetables In abund 1.nnce. .
rates week month. GRAHAM HOTEL Northern cooking, llouno handsomely furnished' with all the j y
Special by or
Brick Hotel, Overlooking St. Johns River.
O. BOUKNIGHT comforts of n home. Boats Tialrmstopat Huxion station on the
Proprietor Rites $ >0 j er day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to nil plantation PlnelHlpllJ dlstilct. Mm. M. A. CUUTIS, Manager.'
boat landings and Railroad Depots. .). ATKINS LEE, Prop. ,1dhNS1N
.T ---- ----- ------ ----
JACISONVILLE.Merritfs Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet Springs, W. Va. : = ; .

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Hotel Rathbun OLD.... To make chill Chill sauce Sauce., peel and cut A HORRIBLE IDEA. Al Fresco Hotel .IhNSI'N: FLOIUDA.DIIEVARD ,
CARLETOS. '' It JUKI Occurred to Her That "0"' ,h
Into pieces -<> large: uonily ripe\ tomatoes Not Altvny. "0." COUNTY.. }'
and place them In jwrcelalu\ ot
Young :Mrs. Toiklus seemed "ery; .4
kettle. Chop tlvt good sized our
agate {
much worried! wheu her hubbuud cam J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor
lolls, three hum tflt'u pepper and two ."
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St Johns River. American plan. rod )peppers! tint, put themlth the tomatoes homo In the t>veiling."What's asked New House; best accommodations ou the East Coast/ ; table first-clans and ...,
he
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill and add two null n half cupfulsof the mutter? .sym every convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths; modem Improvements.
vinegar Place the kettle over the pathetically In the center of the fumous Plncapplo Section; ,clono to tho Inlet; Fish and! 'r rOrators
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from fire and I let (the foments slowly simmer "Oh Charley. I'm so utrnltll'.o made In abunduncu. Terms nioilciate. .q

$3 to $1. per day. Special.rates by the week or month................ from two and ,n half to .three hours enemies." Imcn't: done anything to Don't, Fall to Stop at Jensen When Visiting Indian. IMvor. ,J?
"Why. you
When the mixture has! been cookingtwo ,
C. A. MERRITT Lessee.Merritt's harm anybody or hint their feelings.
hours,. mid to It two tnblespoonfula
of salt one large cup of blown sugar have you?" 'VI S'L' AI.l\1 Jn AO II. I '\'
I But knov
"Not Intentionally. you
one teaspoonful wli of cloves and! allspice >
how likely we are to be misunderstood

Hotel Placide mon. and When cue void tnbl'bpoouful put Into of Jars cinna and l I'm tU'inld those, people who haul< THE SEMINOLE.'n 'f
moved "next door will never speak to U8: ST PALM( IJKACH, FLA.
cover.
again And I'm so IIOI'I'yl! They seemeilike

No Donlit of It. such nice people. They sent tin Under! New Mnnngcment Open tho Yrnr Roland Excellence. of '
cub servant girl they brought; with then I ,
"Is he what you would call a : '
tured ?" I from BIII ton oven licit thin morning to Cuisine specialty Rates tlr.n: () to $:1.:0:) : per.day.8EAOLE& .
The only first-class Hotel in the State conducted on the European "Cultured person! Well. I should say so. I borrow; something; ." .

plan only. Our 40 cts., Special Meals are the most liberal and He knows twlw ns much about the "WelU. they're Just getting settled IIUHNIIAM, Propilotors. .
them In .
Greece as he does You ought to accommodate '
indent
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popular served in the city. Open all the year. 'Bus meets all trains. about the history of the United States any way you can." GA1NKMVILLK.BROWN' .
In trigonometry "Tliat's what I thought. Do i whet
CHAS. COUCH, Resident Manager. And he can lo a problem ."
In one-third\ the time It. would the gill came over and asked our gjr .
take him to calculate the Interest on :o lend her a mop I told her to- give hei Largest and best HotelOAINESVILLE j

a 00 day note. Cultured! Well. I the best mop In the house and If w HOUSE : FLORIDA. pr j
IESTMORELAND HOTEL. West Bay and Cedar Streets, guess!"-Washington! Star. hadn't a good one to go around to tlu ,",\ 1,

JACKSONVILLE: FLA. store and buy a new one" ....THOHOUUIILY OVERHAULED AND RENOVATED.... 4.
"That's light. !
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- A Sucoennful Show "Hut. Charley, have you heard them JNO. S. I10WEN. ,
First Circus Man-How do you manage talk?"" Manager, fonneily 1'laclde," Jacksonville, Fla. i
ed this season Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water ''a'a
nil broaden their
to rill your show with only six per "A little They ;
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All formers after the manner of llontou. It sound* -- -----:------- ------ j

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o and $1 a day. Rooms and Second Circus l\fan-I carry 12 bUl very( pretty and precise. 1 like to bent FOR SA.LE. ;
posters.-Ne\v,. York Weekly. it." ,
board $2,00 to $2.50 per.day "Yes. But It is so confusing. A mop I

J>#rs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.Travelers' NowIs was such a funny thing for cultivated Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10 j
Your Danger people like them to ask for 1 shouldn't

from the overworked condition oi be a bit surprised It they were reading Acres of Land. 3 3Y ]

the liver and kidneys which are unable some war news and what they wanted -,
The Hotel .. to expel impurities from the blood. This to borrow was a 11I11(', and, oh. dear, 1 Lt ,.
causes rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparilla think maybe I'd better put on my ,
has been wonderfully successful itcuring things and go ofl'r'rlght away and try
the 1 1t'
It neutralizes
this disease. 'n U.
MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. acid in the blood and permanently cures to explain."-Washington Star. J

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.! the aches and pains which other medicines No 'Wonder He Died.

( tho fall bent tolelieve.winter medlclm Hood'sSarsaparlllnis because ll Here is n unique verdict by n- coro !

Electrio Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. purifies, enriches and vitalizes tho blood. ner's Jury on n man who was killed bj

TIIE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA It gives help just where help Is needed. a switch engine!
It tones the stomach, stimulates the "W(>. the Jury, (ind that the deceased
tJTake car at the Union;Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers, liver and arouses and sustains the kid came to hi I Is death at the hands of aswltlh t ;

neys. It wards oil pheuraonla, fevers,, engine heir Bat on by the ,j
FLA. bronchitis, colds; coughs and the grip. coroner for two hours and a half.- Atlanta .
JACKSONVILLE,
HOTEL OXFORD Constitution.
Opposite St. James Hotel ,
When Willie lend the Menilei. ANS\VHIUI>. ,
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and When I had the meailea, year ago, QUESTIONS ''ir iJ
homelike, and special efforts mado to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas Ma alie ul<), "Now. Willie dear you know
ant stay Rates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack You've gut tho mould, to you must bo good Yes, August Flower still has the larg- \
very An day Indoon u ill lick children: should" ost sale of any medicine In the civilized
sonville. MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. O..e..1 Will good I The tellers used to call world. Your mothers and grandmother$ !
An yell ear inc. but I wouldn't go at all, never thought of using anything else for
==- Dvcauie I bad the mtiilua. let' broke out Doctors
Indigestion or Dllllousness
.At tpetkled a*t turkey egg about.
ST. AUGUSTINE. were scarce, and they seldom heard of 1

; -- An ma, the fed m. on raa'berrjr jam Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or
'At we only have for company, an Sam-. Heart failure, etc. They used August :
NOW OPEN Sum he'a jnjr brother-didn't tit none. Cake Flower to clean out the system and stop
HOTEL MAGNOLIA An chlckrl1Jle an all good thing iho'd bake. Fermentation of undigested food,regulate
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. butter like Sam bad,
But tread an an bacon
I didn't 'caute my appetite wa bad. Iho action of the liver action stimulate the Locnted at SAI 'O, three' quarter* of n mllo south\ of EAU: OALLIE,

$12,000 expended on improvements and new furnishings last year, Oh, notbln wit too !good for me, you know, nervous and organic of the system ?LOHIDA, on the Kau Gallle\ lllvcr, }less than half a tulle from tho ,.
took when feelIng
Elevator Hot and Cold When I had the moanle, year ago, and that U all they
and ,
$5OOO this Hydraulic
season. Baths added to several dull and bad with headache and I ndlan[ River, and two and H half miles from the Occnn The property)
Water Baths on each floor; also Private the improvements An aometlmee, when ma old I could, I took thor aches. You only need a few doses I. two hundred miles south of JnckBonvllle, on tho Florida East: Coast
suites and heating Arrangements are among comfortable and well! The great big; fam'ly liible down to look* of Green's August Flower, !In liquid form with the Hollroatl Station adjoining tho property. Buildings
making this popular house, one of the most At plcturee-ltowe in the ruihea, Jo* Railway,
equipped hotels the South. Write for booklet. A little baby In a baaketr-yce, to; make you satisfied there is nothing erected In 1800 and some of them have never been occupied, tho orlg-
with
the matter Sample
An David choppln up the gi-unt. Then lerious you. 1
PALMER & MAcDOWELL. Proprietors. There WWI old Panlcl In the !iiur,.' den bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at nal owner having died a few months after their completion.
::::: With growling lloiu, crouchln In the dark Jocoa, and F. S. ChaflWs drug store atrltusville The hotel was opened/ for about two months prior to tho owner's
Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Ten time a* many u at Lincoln park. Fla. death, and has not been used since All tho buildings, were erected in '

The BUCKINGHAM Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Home-like When 1 had the measles, year ago, I the most substantial manner and sro now in excellent condition. The
and comfortable. Rates moderate. Gee. I lived! high I An one day Sam, d',. know, 1j4.00. toward $100.i furnished and littlo of the fur-
and
lotel cottages are completely very
GEO. C. HOWE Proprietor. Ha blubbered aom 'caue he'd had .10 once, of this will be
NOW OPEN. An I felt orry. Pa taya h.'. a dunce, i The readers there paper Is at least tituro hUB ever been used There are two artesian wells, twenty cis-
learn that one
=:::: >leased to
for hlnkln of the Jam i
All Hut locked I gueMnt tight I quit. agree with flamtVorrt -. 'Ireaded disease that science has been erns connected, with sewer etc.
ST. AUGUSTINE, thing bout havln nwanlv 1* that when able to cure in all its stages, and tbat Is The property cost the original owner 18,000 and will bo sold at a

The NEW ALGONQUIN HOTEL, FLORIDA. 'au''' had '_ once you never Chicago can again ltacord.A 'atanh. HaU'n Catarrh Cure the medical I.l the acrl ee, The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
only positive euro known to particular apply to or addiettn,

..FRONTING ON TIIE PLAZA. 1'Ult raternlty.disease Catarrb being a /constitutional a contltu EZRA: IIA'ICII, lion. J). I.. OAULDKN: WM A. W An OCK. '
local
requires
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Centrally Located. SUItI: CUIiI Hall' Catarrh Cure i I. taken Caretaker on premium. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
Under New and Liberal Management. Most reatment. the Eau Gailie, Florida Tltutvlllo, Fla. Jamaica, N,1',, "

Special attention to Tourist and Commercial travel. Grand viewof Years's Constant blood Internally and,mucous acting/ surface directly of the upon system _...____ __b______. _.._______ --- ,---.---'.' -'-' --. -- --.--- -------------- "
Bay and Ocean from Verandas. The leading Hotel. Open the TwentyIhe hereby destroying the foundation of

year round. Rates $2 to $2.50 per day. Use without a l Failure he disease, and giving the patient 1TIO 4RE'S.rNIiI: \

F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. The first Indication of croup U hoarse- trength by building up the constitution .',
Last Two Years Manager Ocean View Hotel. and in a child subject to 'hat dl.- and assisting. nature In doing its work. "
less, The' proprietors have *o much faith InIta DEPOTFOR; ,,
,. of the I
sign
it be taken as a sure
---- iaae may \ curative power that they offer One

I ST AUGUSTINE:, FLA. approach**of Is an a peculiar attack. rough Following cough.thisboal'llen 11bamborlala's lundred Dollars for any cato that It fall '
Send for list of tentlmonlAl Rochester Beer
to cure. 3 ;
Th e St. George F. S. TYLKB,.Proprietor aa; lOOn as) the child Cough becomes Remedy hoarse Is given, or address, 1", J. CilKNKV Toledo A CO.,,O. Jartholoraay's .

II. S. Gar Manager. It
van after the croupy cough appears 'Sold by druggists, 75 centl.Halt'l '
vlll prevent the attack. It is used In 3 Till tbe best Vine Wines, Liquor and Cigars.KltCIIANTH :.
of the Family are
Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the very center nany.tbousandu of homes in this broad
the anxious ---- [[ LUNCH 113: to :21'. M. Jiff: CENTS .

city. Strictly first-class In every respect, Rates: $2.60>> per day and and Dothert.and never We have disappoints yet to learn of a ,hisle [(V,ANTED tries OKKVXRAL i<. Managers I'rRSOS8 Ib tbU seats FOB to D1S.rep. 130 W. Hay St. Jacksonville Florida.

Upwards; Special .weekly and party rates. >,. ; instance la which It ha not provedtfectuaL r..ut ate m ,below and aurruundlaKMiatic --- ----------- ----. -- -- i
show such Wltllnif to pay yearly poopeyaba.eskf ).
No preparation can *
--- record -twenty-live yean' constant use ). Iml' t>&i _1'111'81.w1tb", uouaiuUppoiiaalU EncluMIK Job at the ADVOCATE Office.i
a L **. Fine Printing
Remember ADVOCATE, ,does Job Printing. without a failure. For sale by all drug. > .d4rea e4.sumepsdenenv lelop. 0, A. Park,
the
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/ i ii. A LOVELY -PORCH SHADE. FLORIDA, OSTRICH- FARM. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith,


"t) t '" WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 19,1800 I) The Florida Ostrich Farm, Jacksonville GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All KiM
'; r has been an attractive feature, ,,
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Editor Indian River Advocate .xaawyors.
creditable not only to Jacksonville, but Your
Crockery, Glass and Tinware. patronage; Solicited.
4fJ' I have traveled around the country a to the entire state. Messrs. Pearson, .
r ii good deaf 1n my time, and It is right herein Taylor and Methot, the owners of the WILL, PRACTICE- IN STATE AND TITUSVH.LE, FLORIDA.Groceries .
Washington where the honeysuckle It enterprise, have become the owners of(
A. cultivated and more by half than practically the ostriches In the United UNITED STATES COURTS.
grown
r In any other section I have ever visited States, and'they now control ,the domestic E. L. :s AJ:: ::) &:, :seO.::
it.r To note how green and dense and fragrant output of ostrich feathers in this -

BENJ.) W. JERO IE.". it isthe year round, it Is surprising( country. The company now owns COO of Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fr
.r that housewife In the land ostriches all that are In this country, Abstracts Title
lofi to me every Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
I,'t who loves the beautiful around her homer with the exception of a few at the South And Indian River Groan
PENJfSYIVAKIA the only house on dealing
: : State Representative Food and Wheat. We are exclusively)
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Pasadena farms and the dozen less
fails to cultivate it. or
'I' 1 woitKs co. fu Furnished to lands In Drevard and Dade We invite correspondence and solicit patronV
IRON : the above line .goods. your your
with If
To those who are not familiar that are contained in the traveling circuses L. BRADY & !:
E. BRO.
H the Sal of GLOBE GAS ENGINES Very truly, Titusville
: a I, I I I will say that It Is a vine, and In habitIs and zoological gardens of the large Counties Fla.
i\\ Marino\ and Stationary. something that of the wild grape, but cities. The birds at the South Pasadena. -
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,: i COLMAN ACETYLEN the leaves are finer and the foliage of a farm are the property of Cawston &'
: Selling Agent
I' Safest Cheap. dark green in color and, as dense as It Cockburn, and by agreement these will
I.. } ,t GAS).l and MACHINES.Best light for private, dwell- can possibly grow, and when trained up be kept only for exhibition purposes, We have a large list of Lesley & Motlow
I'< and sLorcs.I makes the finest porch or trellis shadein all the increase of the.flock coming to

I ;,I II ings the world, as the severest cold does the Florida company. The investmentof 3Li .A. :ZEST: ID S (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
I ; : For prices; catalogues and estimate,, not effect it, and when everything else Is the Florida company Is fully $300,000,

,II ,,1 J;j address, dead, sear and brown in mid-winter, all of which Is paid up. and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rams Gins and
r { {ti BENJ. W. JEROME, your honeysuckle Is as bright and green The home office and headquarters of owned by ourselves and clients. Price Foreign Whistle

I with full foliage as in the month of June.It the company is in Jacksonville, whereare Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.
11ft f Rockledge, Fla. is easy of propagation, and can be sold the feathers from all the other for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00 -

II started from roots or cuttings as you farms in California and Arizona. They A First-class Line of Cigars. ,*** Billiard arid Pool Table
'I. ANHEURER BUSCH like, and from either you can grow a will be prepared for market at their per acre.
I I' 4"li ,THE, lovely large vine in from twelve to eighteen factory in Jacksonville, and that city Family and hotel trade is solicited.( Prompt and careful attention given to ma

months that would be, a source of will become the distributing point for ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,Fl
joy and pride to you forever. the goods. The experience has been WEhave a few Residence, Orange
f Brewing Associations'Famous This vine Is very hardy, and a cuttingor that the losses from birds that are accli-
_ root would stand a long journey, even mated, which is the condition of all that Grove and Pineapple Properties In de- Protect YourProperty

t q t St.Louis Keg and Bottled Boer.t by mall, and to stick it in the ground on are now owned by the company, are very sirable locations. Prices Reasonable. URANCE. FIRE
t arrival, fertilize it a little and water it small. No disease has attacked them Against
Titusville Fla slightly, It Immediately commence to after they have passed the first three -
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Bold by Mess.Lesley& Motlow,
j grow. To train the vine up and supportit months of their existence, and the only I. LXGEJTNXNG: and. aYgLOIV: s.
Mr. R.Motlow, Cocoa, Fla.;
J y r By By Mr.W J.Tucker, Cocoa& Fort Pierce, Fla it will make a growth of thirty feetor losses in numbers have been the few OFFICES' J and TITUSVILLE 1\IIAMI. I represent alf the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Lifl
more. There are three val'leties-the that have resulted from accident, as the 1 Insurance, Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JOSEPH ZAP F. bloom being white, pink and yellow-all breaking of a leg, or from injuries In- Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
.. of which are as frag'ant as they can possibly flicted on each other In fighting.As address '
call CIIAS. S.
For Rates, Information, etc., on or SCIIUYLER,
be. announced in a previous issue of East Coast Meat Market
i :1 ; ..Sole ,Agent., For a dense shade put your cuttings the ADVOCATE, Mr. Pearson(accompanied Titusville, Fla.
three to four feet apart. If you will set by his wife) went to Havana to look

ala to 020 West Day.Street, the cuttings at intervals along a fence over the field with the view of starting G. F. DUREN, Agent.
1 In due time your fence will bo obscured an ostrich farm, but he decided it would ""rjC'
I 'Isi j JACKSONVILLE, 'FLA, by a mass of. evergreen foliage.;. not pay his company to do so. Last week a.: o- A NICE, CLEAN, SMOOTH SHAY

-- Capt. E. A. WILSON. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson visited I'alm -' _. ,
Beach, and they were so pleased with cI2c;; c
----- that beautiful garden that it Is
spot) ,
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_ rlvI/ CANCER CURED at,HOME CHURCH NOTICES. more than probablo Messrs Pearson, Tay- you can always get when you use a Griffo

i lor & Methot will start 'an ostrich farmat = \ razor. We have the finest stock of hig
: I NO KNIFE, NO CAUSTIC. .Archdeacon B. F, Brown that place this winter.Roseland.. -
i TREATMENT PAINLESS. will hold divine service In St Gabriel f, grade, fine tempered steel Griffon razor

Belleview Sanitarium, Episcopal church on Sunday next at 11a. =a that are guaranteed to be the best and mo
m. and 7 p. m. Also on Christmas e::
I j t I BBLLEVIEW, FLORIDA. Day at 10:00: a. m. There will bo a festival rnp % / satisfactory that is made. Our stock of fin

for the children of the Sunday school, E. M. Stokes, of Woodley, spent Sun- ;; y C'cI2 I1I. ) I cutlery In table ware, pocket knives, razor
with Christmas tree to-morrow (Satur- day in Roseland. =
day) afternoon at 4:30.: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. f1:1i : : /G scissors and shears are the best manufac
NEAR & TAYLOR )
Allen Cain, who has been working in 1v
tured.
Christmas services at the Presbyterian Woodley, returned homo Sunday. ,
1 church to-morrow Saturday evening at l (
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Artesian Well Iil
Beans about ready for shipment '
7:30-Sunday school concert, lied Christ are George Peeples...
j mas tree. Sunday, Dec. 24-Preaching and oranges are "The GoldcQ Fruit" in JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
'l iCONTRACTORS at 11 a.: m., subject, lire Name shall be reality this year, both in color and cash ... covr rsr :

4 1! f i + i called wonderful; 7:15: p. m., subject, returns. Old Gibsonnext *.Tinsmith, TITUSVILLE, FLORID
Eau Gallie "Lessons of Christmastide." Mrs. S. Davis, who has been visiting door to Carruth- :
Fiji.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain, is ere'barber shop. ,
The Methodist and Baptist consoli- TITUSVILLE, FLA.
W&lhlngtonAve.
nif. now living in Micco, where Mr.\ Dauls is
dated Christmas tree will be held on '
Tinsraithing, Roofing, Guttering
working. ,
Monday evening at 7:30, at the Meth- LOST.
P. L. Turbyfill odist church. L. C. Moore is having a roof put on and all kinds of repair work promptly
its new launch. Mr. Kroegel, of Sebastian attended to.
INDIANOLA-Rev. E. N. Bell will Is doing the work. Mr. Moore has The profit and more, on SIIOES.

Livery Feed and Sale Stables. preach at the above place on Sundaynext his old launch hauled out for'a general .Work from down the River. solicited We offer several pairs, most men's

; ,, morning and evening., verhauling. $3.50, $4.00, and $5.00, sizes 7, 7|
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BROS. and9 .
MAINHARD nowat..a.
a I have some of the finest horses andS Going on a Crulne. Eggs for Hatching: ,

carriages In'this section of the country. .JUST HALF
Commodore John D. Russell, jr., of White Plymouth Rocks: the coming .. I.
.t Tfl Call and see me. Reasonable rates. Hartford, Conn., has been spending sev : fowl, exclusively Stevens' Imperial Gleaning and Dyeing
f eral days in Jacksonville, on his way to strain, mated with cocks imported fromA. Send yourorders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. ,
P. TURBYFILL, Titusville, where his fine schooner-yacht .., C. Hawkins, the famous breeder of '
Establishment Newnan St.
Clothing
Eleanor has been laid all after Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla.
up summer Bocks. Eight breeding pens Jany. cleaned and ,
WayncsvHlo, North Carolina lie will cruise up and down the East 1st, 1900. Price to suit everybody.H. dyed, repaired pressed.,-

,I 4 gjan Coast this winter, and W E. Heublein, FIUKDLANDKR, InterlachoD, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of the well-known Import and export JOHN R. WALKER
house of Heublein & Bros., Hartford, The Gcni Barber Shop. ,
: r-.rlu Bl.C'\VCI.Y Conn., will probably join him. Mr. Russell ChristInas
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Gi' 0- Is a right jovial fellow and has a Artistic Hair Cutting,'Shaving, Shampooing ,. 0 Furniture, Ice Cream Parlor] )

r r i O1O West Hay St Jacksonville, host of friends Florida, which he has etc., Porcelain Bath Tubs with and New Years ,.?
vlslto.d every winter for many years. He Electrical Baths attached. Everything Millinery II. Soda, Water
FINE Is as1' enthusiastic over Florida as any up-to-date. O. P. HUNTINGTON, Prop. ,
t Floridian, and Is the cause of many northerners 333 West Bay,St Jacksonville. Buyers.... ..1 i
Wines, Liquors' and Cigars coming to the East Const: every ,Dry Goods, \ (Fount and bottles.)

season' Mr. Russell has made Ormond A anal Valuable Homo Have just received an elegant line of & Tobacco.
Aiheusor-Busch Extra Pale on Draught; and Daytona his headquarters for sev figs, raisins, walnuts, filberts almonds, j Cigars
Notions
for Sale at Bargain etc.
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t Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily. eral years. pecans, bananas, oranges, cocoanuts, : : etc.
The best of Service and a pleasant quiet dried peaches, apricots and apples; also 11 Confectionery,
At Mlcco Indian river, Fla., consisting t
JOHN F. MUNCH\ Change In Time-Table. on attention the best "Star Building. i
call to
80110rt. Mgr. you our candy, stand."
old
the
of 10} acres, a well built, two- ("at )
and purest in the market, is put up in
The trains of the F. E. 0. Ry. runningto story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and'courteous attention. Mail\ orders receive promji
To Tho Deaf.A building, 18x32ft., handsome front lawn,
and from Titusville, changed time shaded by palm trees; a :300 foot dock; grade in 30 pound pails. Can buy in any / and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.

; rl rich lady, cured of her deafness and on Monday. The southbound, in the 2:>0 budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit quantity. All kinds of canned goods.
1' noises' in the head by Dr. Nicholson's afternoon, now arrives at '2.53.p. m. Instead trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud; Our stock: nice and fresbA I. Money
II : Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his of 3 o'clock: p. m.; and the north 500 young nursery stock; artesian"1 well; saved customers.
Institute, so that deaf people unable to bound at 2:10: p. m. instead of 145; p. m. 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed John B. Massa, GAY BROTHERS} '
.procure the Ear Drums may have them The train from Jacksonville, formerly ar- over place; 1 aore wood shed for pineapples -
) riving at Titusville at 0:30: p. m., now 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
1 a free Address No. 1134, The Institute, ;;a few hundred Porto Rico pine-
780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y. arrives at 0:20: p. m. The freight now apple plant's; railroad station on west
I arrives at 0:50: a. ra. Instead ,of 10:14: line of this place; tramway running to WM. KNAUER

For Sale. a. m. _____________ river front on the oast. This place to be PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS
appreciated must be seen. The very Wholesale dealer inc
14 acres choice land, at Ooorglana, The Pablo Beech Hallway. handsomest place' on the river. The

W fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, party The branch of the-Florida East Coast land is of the best hammock. Orange .. ,., ::t'T D Y. Ve make a Special Feature of our
1 1 trees nearly all in bearing now.
) cultivated. 1100.00 terms to suit.
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Address Railway (writes an .ADVOCATE corres- Apply to D; L. GAUI.DEN, Atty., Mail Order !
a { It COUKTLAND, BUCKMAN pondent,) Is fast nearing completion. It Tltusvllle, Fla. Buy your candy from the Wholesale Depar"rmentKnowing
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t is to have one of the finest roadbeds In
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. Candy House. Call or
i the south and Is being laid with
new the most peculiar)( ; and Interest: how difficult It Is In some localities. to get GOOD GROCER
E steel rails and material intlrely. Over VISIT ; write for prices. CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them flUJ
ti Fancy; Pineapple Slips and Suck fifty carloads of material are lying at ng sight In America . Address: promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfartorl

i era for ,Sale. South Jacksonville awaiting transportation. THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and ha|
1 Mr. Flagler may well)) bo called the Corner of Madison and Adams Sts., many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses. I IJHT
Abbakas and Gplden Queen. "Wizard of the North," for he is spend. *
Egyptian JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SEND FOR OUR ,PRICE LIST.
t Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and RodSpanish. ing vast sums of money along the East Farm
f' Apply to Coast of Florida. Success to him and -

HADDOCK & MATTIIAMS, his enterprises The Three Whys.: E.

I i!t !", "Palm Beach Pinery," ,JACKSONVILLE. A. WADDELL,
West Palm Beach, Fla., New Telegraph Itepeater -
itH x WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD Miami City and Dade County -
The Orlando Nurseries Mr. G. C. Harris, chief operator of the with stale food, when you can
Western Union Telegraph Co.'s office in buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird Real
Otter for November and December do- Jacksonville, arrived in Titusville on Food fresh every day at 25o per Ib ; sent Estate BureaiA
livery 15,000 choice budded orange and Sunday, to put in the now instruments anywhere lOo extra to pay freight.

,grape fruit trees; are fouryear old; sour for the F. E. C. Railway The Instru- WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER
IJi .. orange stock. 5,000 sure bearing fig ments consist of a sot of repeaters, which when you can pet .a bottle of select list of-
trees, l Plum, Pear and Persimmon cut the wires at TltusvIHo and automatically t Thomas' Chill and.Fever Tonic, guaranteed -
>trees, all leading and bout varieties. repeat from north to south and vice to cure for AOo. ]3ay ni Cl.lYJlC Property,
2.1,000: camphor trees Imported seed. versa all messages; etc. They are now
suffer from a splitting nEAt
; t I Everything: \ carried by first-class nursery. Instruments and look very tine, but are WHY ACHE, when can get a bot- City Lots, Fruit Vegetable\ Tracts of all sizes for investments. Prosphate aj
t to said to be complicated, requiring you
for quite
I Write prices,
tle of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ORANGE
GROVE LANDS West Coast
t Otto II. WRIGHT, constant attention. on
In short order for lOo.H. .
General Manager: Orlando Nurseries. I cure you For Correspondence, enclose
f1
stamps. Agent for
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R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist.La .
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Died at Sea. Villa Pharmacy, ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS

r- Subscriber, your attention I is drawn JACKSONVILLE, FLA. It'ertl1lzers, Chicago, Ill. Chicago

L $ to the name-and-date slip pasted upon Mr. Fred A. Morgan, of this place, has Avenue D, over Dank MIAMI FLORIDA.
_ 1 your paper or wrapper. If you are In just received the sad Intelligence of the
Palmetto Drug Store Daytona.
arrears, )please remit. death of his brother, the announcement | ntlo birds landing 8 to 10 feet R. : -MIME:
.- being as follows high, weighing 260 to too|>ouud* eoh. Ostrich chemicals TX. TITUSVILLE, FLOIUWJDEALKU
nests, ,ostrich sitting and baby ostriches Drugs, medicines ,fine toilet
Mono AN-On the 13th of November, eggs
IIr -We want to draw the attention oft Suet hitcUud. soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and --- IN---
'our numerous readet,". along the East at sea, during the voyage from Cape nudes escort visitor through the farm, explaining toilet articles In great -
variety.
,I f Coast, and throughout the state In-< Avondale Castle, of malaria, William plumage .
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,enl, to the udvts. of tho live and euoiy
k i+ '1'' ; : gotlo businessmen who are bidding fora Lewis Morgan, M\ A., formerly of Oxford _-- -
share of your patronage In the columns England, surgeon, aged 4$ years. __ c.orQ :
of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need i. INDIAN RIYER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE y
of any particular line of goods, the pink A Turpentine Farm.Messrs. '

'+ t"t paper will tell :you the best place to buy --.. FLA. :::::

.!n them. Read the ads.J3T" MoNalr & Wooten, of North Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose Special attention ...
"V Carolina have started a turpentine farmat
for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing I Is my motto.
paid sacking
Reading notice ads on this page Aurantta, and at present employ over
? are five cents per line per week. forty men. T,T. WETMORE Proprietor. ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OP ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITH E


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