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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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13. No. 19. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1896. P ice- ve. lIt.f,

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NEWS DOLLS! DOLLS I I DOLLS! 1 II t Of all Read i
LOCAL descriptions and sizes-dressed and This Column Carefully. OET YOUR TOYS for the Xmas trees at MASQ BELLS FOR REINS-10 cents a -3livcr:: fall. \ to nad our. inside .pages.'

Interest. undressed, : Mrs. Reynolds. A large and varied dozen at Mrs. Reynolds. You.. wall always.. Anil .....4iiitogto-ra... 1
General sleeping, double-jointed, of
I Topic of kid rag and other material-at prices LOTAI. ADVTS. Ten Cents Per Line, Per stock to select from. tereatrywu.IiOTIIe.: {

astonishingly low, at Mrs. Reynolds. Week, on this (front) page !rr GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN '

l1an4 Gener.1 GoMlp In connection MUST BE SOLD to make space 100 ADVT. It Is a Good Advertising Me- :N'OTES.' ; h

Ib 81..ne, Iii Lake \Vorth, Indian, ocv- Hereafter we cannot charge,: less CHRISTMAS TOYSatMrs.il. W. Reynolds. Tons of Cottonseed Hull Ashes. Price dium for those who want to Increase
Halifax Rivers, Key; We.t than $2 per anqum for the ADVOCATEand A vast: and Jacksonville. I their business
nr. and elegant! assortment $24 per ton, f. e. b. WimiiKt.: to stop. See list; nit ''0001& Aft Aic
Important Point alone the Weekly CltTzen combined. Please which will be to the chil- -_._
sure delight .
.1 iii other Little Bros. Fertilizer Phosphate Co., <" 7th page.: .
P.I Cost at Florida.l Brief mention ofttiMtln note this. dren. See them beforepurchasing Jacksonville.\ Fla. If you need l extra oeties of the ,
Various Part. IltNarl 1 hrt. hits,
KvenM from elsewhere Low prices. ADVOOATK can get thorn at the Urnna.\a\ \npultI1l4lo": .
you
You Know oi.iut I 'under tao of Mr.I .
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About People | iminitgoiiuHit
ih. World I -Sousa's celebrated band will drug store of Dr. Seroven, or at the ".
appearIn I II. 11 4I'hollh"Mol.
i Don't Know Picked "Can HeartSo Soon Forget ? ::
people' You Jacksonville news stand of Mrs Kutn_ Tltiisvtllo
maf on January 10th. nKAnQUAitTKim: for Singer" sowing! ma- t
IbrOur Society Editor and a large chines. W. R. Knox, agent, Titusville. Not If you buy a Christmas present at ::n I'. Wm' F. BiitfoM, chief steward: of
CorreepondentN scattered along; the -Mr. II. J. Egger will remain In town Chaffee Co.'ll..for their goods arc O.K. lltvl Royal' 1'ivlln passrd through hart" ,
t Cost. of Florida.All with his family until after Christmas and will stand Inspection. MONKV" Wo want money to loan on first yiJH 'i>.l.ijt) on ira I. way to Miami.tlf !
real estate Ten ventfreo
BUREAU TRAYS-Cull and taco the mortgages.,: per
CHRISTMAS CAKES OF ALL KINDS: pretty china hand-painted: stock at of all expenses to lender I). L. < >t. K., K. Tulll; will sooiv ntovn" his

communications for this paper and of excellent quality, at Mrs Deisner's. Mrs Reynolds. Remember,. Titusville has two hotels Gauldon Tltusvillo. heating. hotel from Mfjiini to (; 'puKtiwid.i i

lould be addressed "THK ADVOCATE, Money saved by buying there open entertain the traveling public nCl'u..lhAcuyn. Bay.

IUlsvll1e, Ha." Tills will Insure Im- -There will be a band concert and SIXOKII machine attachments 'Ir: As an advertising medium, no tilt stated felmt D. W. C. Ituabuw: of J
led'ate ftttontion.ImSTMAS oyster In the Opera house Titus supplied -M rs. II. n. Fromborger/ of Eau Gal- GJtHMmUoro; !
supper by W. It. Knox Tltusvlllo. paper on the East, Const can boat the ;%,.CI., will open the Everett
TOYS at Mrs. Reynolds. ville\ on Tuesday evening next, com- agent, lie, I IK stopping at Cocoa.! AIIVOCATK. Hive tae a trial ndvt., l-utrlJackst-uvllle\ 'tt.llltCil>January.,

mencing at six o'clock. -Sirs. W., N. Heudry and Mrs. A. D. and bo convinced of the pink paper's I''
COLLARETTES AND }'.\NCYSTOCKS Till St. Gkoi'go hotel, St.. Augustine; ,
-Travel Penney weru'visitors, \ to town from lImsyestulllY. worth. It
over the Flol'c.lEast\ : Coast
from 25; cents up. MKS. RKYNOLDS. ; imdt-r tho maitiigoinc.nl\ of Mr. Chan. I).
COfSlde. :?.. ,Hallway has been quite heavy this week, ': her, has <4h< ) '1)11.1 for tliu B.Ma>..n.. This
necessitating the of extra Do ever got clitlls and I favor?
\ putting on you :
lET YOUR TURKEYS BAKED for sots 11th season.,
ru; .
passenger coaches. BARBER SHOP, at the Indian River If so, try a bottle of Thomas' (Jacksonville
Christmas-at Mis.\ Delsner's.
) Florida Chill!; l'over'I'ouic, M-l. Audi** S. Lenvforniedy of hotel
hotel Titusville.\ does IIrut-class work.
ADVOCATE -The parlor cur service will be placed I satisfaction, to nil -\tf. F. W. Hall, a prominent residentof Guarantees to cure with\ one bottle. ('llan titer. h Rockbdgv,: said to bo .
in the East Coast !guarantee my cus
operation on Hallway '
'making eccolloitt record a.,
Dahlonoirii, Ua., Is again spending thu ntivuugorofMhe
tamers. II. S. MICADOW
December 23rd the date of : propr.
beginning: ,
winter at Lake Worth. ; (lraad'ltotelt'edar. : K.i>Sdv Iowa,
opening for the I'alm Beach Inn.I "TIiere'M a Girl lit the World for with which, ho ban ....uq, vonnecluil for

JI. TilE INDIAN RIVER DRUG CO., Coon Bishop-- Wm. Crane Gray passed UH ,All" till pant lute months
AM CLEARING OUT my large; stock of and R'ledge has and varied through hero, yesterday: on his way
Christmas and New Yearn Toys, etc., stock of Christmas, goods a large drugs line home to Orlando' from Key West. And they are all looking fur a XII1I1I1o Thu IVAn.lIuaoh tniiiopoua e loll Wwdncscluy -
at a sacrifice. Call and select what present; so don't disappoint them. liny next,. Dec.jiii:.!: <4. with Mr. FrvdHurry
I.S you need. Mrs. Reynolds, Titusville.Col. stationery, toilet waters, line soaps, COLLARKTTES AND FANCY STOCKS life presents at F. S. ChnlTno" Go's.,. ( manager; W. 11. Sunrlots, ciish-
I.; combs, brushes, jevreliy etc on hand. from 2.1 cents up. MIM.. RKVNOLDH.Mr. Titusville, Fla., and they will bo sure tn her; (luau. I'.. Kolssy room clerk; Miss\ \
W. O. Wlnans of Eden'sprominent Call and examine stock of
one our goods
be satisfied Sullivan,.hensoke.per;. T. Miifplw, chief
pineapple growers, gave the and Mrs.\ C. W. Blakesleo, of IItowlu".ltohOl't; !Smith beast waiter, and 1
ADVOCATE office a pleasant call on Wed New Haven, Conn., returned to Rock- *
about iitft) other .
1 nesday. lIe says his pineapple plantsare -Mrs. E. L. Brady expects to upend ledge, yesterday for tho winter. -Tho Episcopal Sunday Sel.ool l festival Qlllpl..ytl800.I11t
In fine condition. : Christmas with her husband at Ml.iml. will bo held in the Opera hoiito.Tltusvlllo :-; Ar.: Taylor" who hits beenmauwgr

I HAVE THEM CHRISTMAS 1 and Judge M. S. Jones left her, yesterday on Hirlritnins night, prom|.*,ly\ < of the Casino St., Atucustlrie, ,
Mrs. M. L. Coleman and Mrs. Roswell the of look-
for
for S.irno
of purpose at 7 o'clock. The eutrrhalnnnent-wbiek( : for M"I>IItI'Alllt'III1OG11. Is agatti, at his post
Coleman were pleasant callers at the New Year's Toys every description.Will ; Ing after the personlIu'operty of the of Mrs. Wm. 111 nrmvn111 ,
for cash. Call and IK In charge ranch ta> tho pleasure i>f hits many
\ sell
ADVOCATE office this week; so also were cheap Titusville.see late Mr. Chas T. Verbeke. \\' bo novel anil1 Interesting, Including frltuulkt. Ills Ability tu entou' to thu ,"1

I' Mrs. D. L. Gaulden and Miss B. A. Bry my goods Mrs. ,Reynolds, -Never before in the history of Titus. carol singing,: etc., to pluaso thossIn publU'H' .ninny wants< ,, has mail both tho r.

ant. -Miss Mabel: Roberts who ban been v\11elll\Ve\ there being so many beautiful attendance Everybody Is cordially invited Casino,and .11 Taylor quite popular.

I -Miss Annie J. Scott, of Paterson N. teaching:; school at Roams very success toys for sale In our stores, to gladden ; ; admission free. Mi' Kred Starry, rnarwiKoiv of Hotel
: J., who has been visiting friends at fully during the past six months, will the hearts of the little at Christmas and Royal PolncUiiia nod Tliu> Ian, Palm
Palm Beach stopped here from Wednesday spend Christmas with her parents: at New Year. The Jow and
prices are very They nil Mk tho "Advocate"Mrs. lIel\eh.Ia.llt'd through here Tuusday: ou
I until Thursday en route to Orlando Mlms. readers should como to TltunvUlo
A5A6Ni our hiM way to take YVortn. lfj, was n<.'
1 to spend the winter.Invitation" -Mrs. Delsner has had the sidewalkand and see them. 'OI.\III"fl by IIJH. wHit and ohlld, and u

are being Issued by Mrs. street In front of her residence on Vloe-presidont J. R. Parrot Hupt. Carolina. W. Korkwond, ate of large force Ole hotel 1111>1... Mr.: Sterry

Mary Coughlin,: for the marriage: of her Washington avenue cleared of weeds. It R. T. Golf, Traffic Manager: J. 1'. Hock- New York's talented aatbnrosNOai,. says: hnx boon MlI.uH..Jfot| tike summer al lint
daughter; Miss Mamie Couglilio, to Mr. would add much to the appearance of with and Supt. II. F. Dillon passed "Tho AMVIMTATK) : I read with mauls Interest Springs! /> Vn.Mr. '

: "REYNOLDS HAS RECEIVEDerstock W. 8. M. Plnkham of St. Augustine our town If other property owners here through here yesterday on their way and profit. und, wish It every success ., henry W. Merrill malinger of

of children's furniture, com- which Is announced to occu r on Monday would follow suitArchdeacon south, 'In Mr. Parrotl's private oar I reully believe\ Die East; Clous: region Hotel RoyaC I'lilm Miami? ,, stepped niT

riMing chairs, tables, bureaus, beds, evening December 21. B. F. Brown will hold Supt. C. B. Knott, Mr.\ Henry W. Mer- to bo the future glory( of this hind Yltto-Preiiulunt. I'nrrott's pi'UMo car, yestwcdiiy -

>aby carriages, wash sets, eta, etc. -Mrs. A. Becker who has been spending Episcopal services at Eau Uallio on Sun- ril, manager of Hotel Royal Paint, Miami for fruit growing and as iv rusort.. There set Tltusvlllo, to. have short
It t Is an elegant assortment, embracing the at, her home in Mon day next the 20th Inst., at 10'JO: a. m. and Mr. Ingold chief steward, weio Is no yachting" Kionnil. to ho comparedto hut with. an AitvuovrjD r...i rosuitatlvo

pny articles that would make very treal Canada summer is now stopping at City' and3ilp.:: ) m. ; at Cocoa on Christmas also on board. Indian River, Lake Worth and tho Mid other' Motkds. Ho want un his way

rice and useful presents for the little Point., She was, in town on Saturdaylast morning and in Titusvlllo on Sunday -:Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Pomar who have length and breadth of Hay lllsoayno; !to I Dade eouuty to take altatrgo( of !Mr.ITutgler'suew .

nes. and told us that she did not miss a the :27th.! inst., at the usual hours. been residents of Tltusvlllo for Home and.I time ran! only eiilmneo, thin uttriirtlons ( and pitlatlah hotel, which

single copy of the ADVOCATE since she -On our 4th page: will\ bo observed years past, left on Wednesday for St. of St. Augustine tho and the' entire I bo salt he expects! upon on January !II U.)
,
-Mr. W. B. Dorton, of Eau Gallic left Indian IUver.Aecordlog another good otter for the next :HO days Augustine, at which place they may" nudge of towns along East: Coast"The Mr. Merrill I has Icon HM>iiil.itg! tho summer
Is a pleasant caller this office last at the Crawford !IXouse White*
at from Geo. II. Wrlgat, nurserymen of decide to remain permanently. Mr. ,
to London papers over tinner of consldurablu -: Doutli of Mountains and he ouitilnly looks as It
Orlando Fla., and It would be as well Ponmr is a experience lUre Clahot.
fiJay.Mr., 1: 1,000,000 Is paid for advertisements In if readers, throughout .}"Iorldwoultl: !, and will continue In that businessIn that mountainous, reglua.agreed with his, .
Walter R. Watson of Jacksone our
the metropolitan journal every year. Ixmlth. He Is as juvbeLaiaevur.On .
of it. This la chance the Ancient City, which town IN his
: make note a rare
made a Miami this a
k. flying trip to This is equivalent to between $4 and $:S for fruit growers, and they should not birth place and where he resided for Mr. F. M. Cabot, of Went Jupiter wlua Monday Mr. M. V.;. Dwyer ownsn
of the The more
per capita population. Ipso sight of it. quite awhile before coming/ south to met with NI. sad: a death; by been run: of Hotel Indian Klvor.lt' okludgo, passed
Dr. W. S. Worley, of St. Augustine, this amount Is Increased the more business Titimvlllo\ to live. The many friendsof over by an East, Const IJuo train" last through hero and on Tuesday ho was.
Med through/ here, Wednesday, on his will be done,-New York Tribune ,-Dr. W, L. II 11 It l11ett, of Cocoa and Mr. and Mrs. Pomar regret their week, was burled on Saturday last. An : followed by ;)Ielllll' ,. W. J. Aldon Mid.O. .

'?to Eau: Gillie.Mr. -The Delmonico, Cocoa, under the Rockledge has just' opened tho Rock- departure from this place, but wish them Inquest was held on the body and after I 1<;, Webb, tho view managerst tho,

and Mrs. G. C. Matthams, of able management of Mr. and! Mrs. Wm. ledge Pharmacy: where Ills he keeps a large this every success In their new locality.On examining about a dozen:. witnesses, and hotel. Mr. Alden Is said I to 1'01\ woll-

cstPalm Beach, have been on a visit Jarvis, is as popular as ever with the stock of la pure drugs.competent manager dispensingdruggistMr. Monday night, freight train 208, nearly all tho train: crew* the'jury returned known hotel man, ami hint been oonsout
Jacksonville this week. traveling public. Recently an extension season, a very. C. M. Dunn, a graduate of tho East Coast Line, parted In the n verdict ns follows: "I" M.\ Cabot oil L with the Vendoino,. In liostoitu, UMT
of two stories-:24x30! -has been / licentiate middle some little distance north was killed In a rallroa.ln.oohlent. duo to Drown Palace lintel In Denver, and the
and -
-Mmg Josephine Brady has been made, with a largo dining-room and line, of the University of Michigan Board of Pharmacy.A of Titusville, \ while on Its way south, negligence of railway employees, ait. no Oriental In Dallas. Tux. Of HM, last \
;'Wing several days this week with airy and cozy bedrooms.Dr. of the Michigan with the result that when the cars of the chain: was across rear of car platform to named ho was lately manager Mr.Webb's ,I
\llvcs at Mlms. regular communication of Indian keep persons from being pitched off, coniieotlon hits boon with, the
first of the train stopped the Ti-
of part
and Mrs. F, II. Houghton: ,
-The last lecture on the Reformation 0. after enjoyable tripto River Lodge No. HO, F. & A. M., will beheld tusville crossing/ the rear cars, which and no conductor, brakoman. or other Hrjadway ( royal In. New Turk. the
tbe Presbyterian church, next Sunday Columbus West ,returned a very to Titusville\ on in their lodge-room, at the Courthouse had not been noticed as having loft the railway employee was at"the roar oJ'' train Hagamoro, at.Long Luk.., In the Aillron-
Key while The .
cat Everybody welcome. last. After in town Titusville\ on Wednesday evening front section piled Into them, derailingtwo ; same was backing. remainsof daoks, and the Fort William Henry on
Friday sojourning deceased Interred, with! Masonic:
at seven o'clock, sharp. Every were Lake (luorJ ". With amplo e.iptttlenco
next, ; lumber cars and damaging: them (
-Mr.f Will S. Thomas Miami's Citi- until Monday, they left for Daytona, to bo honors at West Jupiter. the lessees
will the winter. We member Is earnestly requested prosent slightly. No other damage was done. to bank on,, new Intend to
correspondent passed through here where they spend will\ be election of of- the Indian lUver
call from Dr. as there an We understand that: no ono wan to blame make a thoroughly
''inday, en route home from Jackson- acknowledge a pleasant for the ensuing Masonic year. An- first-class rosnrt. Motel Indliui River
lie. and wife.r"As ficers for the accident, which was the result of The Kant Coat*' Woman Kxcluutfre.
Hougbton nual dues will\ also be collected on this one of the couplings breaking will open on the l.'th: of next month.

- Christmas Day cornea on our occasion BO do not fail to attend. '
a ball be Mr. ". W. 1\1cClQlSry. who managed
JenbyMr. andoMrrs.fS.. Kitchingto, at publishing day (Friday) this year we _Attorney C. C. Chllllngworth, of Hotel Grnnad.i, East Jullle, for one or I

Palm House, Sebastian: on Christ- shall esteem It a favor their I: our items correspondents day- West Palm Beach, spent from Tuesday Many Tliaiikft.' Located presunt at Tltusvlllo, Is for two seasons., IH. agiita anxious to leave 1
send In one
JS will
night. until Wednesday In town, on Ms way to woman's work of almost kind It frigid Allhtll bllll'. Ultln, and come to the-
usual. It will\ Writing the ADVOCATE from Dearborn any
than By so doing
earlier where he went to undergo oil mate of tlw East Coast. Thl .
-Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Munn of In Jacksonville\ I. N. Is hoped that It will yet cause tin Inter- !genial *
Holy- give ua a. chance to insert them our the of the avenue, Chicago, Thompson says:
before Judge he luia been connected with,
e, Mass.. an examination est of .a now and powerful nature: to settle punt siiBimer
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passed through here Tues- issue which hope to get "I am taking several Florida weekly) -
Christmas we papers
Court of the United States for tlio. largest hotel v( Its kind In the worM:
y, on their Supreme here not ""'I'elyall attraction to
way to Eau Game for the out on Thursday the :24th.! lost. admitted but for general, useful and Interesting ; an
to
Hotel Put-In
of being practice Victory on Hay Island
the purpose Information along the East Coast, our coast but us a moans of accomplishing ,
later.Mrs. -We acknowledge, with thanks, a In that court. He was accompanied the pink beats them all. Such a real good. Any woman on this. O. Mr McCrwtry was also the represenlxttlve -.
: A. Barelle of Dighton Mass., "Yearbook of the United States Depart. by Mr.I Jeo. M. Robblnn. They expect live paper as deserves the united coast may enter her work for sale a of HOSHIB. Ryan Iro, of Toledo
ved In town Monday visit to from home to-day or to-morrow. paper yours ... O the moneyed men In Hotel Via
r on a ment of Agriculture, Congressman to return of all East Coast merchants. mere trifle being charged to defray expenses -
".daughter and son-in-law :Mr. and Chas. M. Cooper. It Is a volume full of Edward Stlllng the Cocoa hardware support Many of my friends were delighted with If It Is sold-not otherwise. tory, this and last season. lie has been
Chas.
K. the In the hotel business all his life anti bait
Kenyon. useful information to ,
valuable and Fancy articles garments and preparedfood
merchant Is quite an enterprising man. the grand and noble stand you made) for ,
and fruit Also, from Dr. Orders taken for managed! hotels In Florida. We uD accepted.
farmer grower: with lumberto plain
-Capt Jas. He can not only furnish you honest money and you may rest assured
Pritchard who has been
ending several J. Y. Porter, of Key West several copiesof build your house or boat, but will that your pink pqper has maple many sewing and embroidery. If she be interested stand his credentials are excellent, but
weeks In New York, Bul- ho wonts to from and
"Florida! Health Notes : Official In an for .a useful article, get away snow
e" lIaven. furnish you all the hardware, paints, lasting friends by It. I expect to bo at the agency
turned| home to TltuevilletFriday letin of the Florida State Board of fixtures sash doors, stoves, cooking I Hotel Royal I'olnclana next month, she will be assisted In that If possible. Ice. Anyone needing a manager .Uvul. ": fan enjoyable last Health" which are filled with interestIng utensils carts for sandy roads baby when I again hope tij'shake the hand of This. In one way or another Is an Inter write him at Ashtubula, 0. a v

trip. data anent the healthfulness of the carriages, caskets, etc. Mr. Stlllng has the proprietor of the ADVOCATE." est for all. Go and nee. The help for the al iaclanii
j'8"8 to read the temperance de- State of Florida.On just added to his. already extensive hotel and the I'alm DelICh Inn. arrived I

, the on.our 2nd page. I' Is edited our Bth page; of this Issue will be Premises a two-story building, :20x80ft..! ; --"- And C'liaffce Laughed.. from New York on Monday. TU .e were "
IU 11. M. Goodell, who says he found an advt. of the wholesale fruit which be has stocked with all kinds of Secure This Ilargnlfi. about 70 in all, and more were to arrive
g spare no pains to make It Interestg and produce merchants-E. B. William useful goods. Adjoining this store are on Tuesday., !Mr.! Fred Xterry. the popular I

Instructive. & Co., 65 South Broad street, Atlanta, the plumbing and tinning shops, all of t.!..()' will\ purchase .a regular $00.00 It was a great crowd, and thy were young manager of the above palatial '
-If It be a wise' policy to Insure a Oa.-a firm that Is well known and reli which are in close proximity to the Singer sewing machine which hall only all excited. The store was crowded and hotels was expected Monday out did\
business man of river and railroad. See his ads. on Nth the clerks had to bustle. Were not, pass through Tltusvlll until Tuesday
wailflre-u? u surely equally able. A prominent been In use a couple of month. A rare you
'' policy to give the stock that Atlanta, writing the ADVOCATE says : page and on supplement. chance for anyone needing\ a first-class there If not, you ought to have been, when he just had time to say "How
huh "E. B. Williams A Co., of this city are sewing machine. For further particulars for they were comparing prices on hull- do you do" to an ADVOCATB representtl : ,
a liberal againstprinters and Other and found them much ve. The crowd that arrived Monday
k > a very !good and responsible people "''here Are call on or address day goods so
a/fords.-Phlladelphla/ Record. the truck growers of the East Coast and Tltosvllle have JULIUS KLINE:, lower that they could not help buying.N. were In charge of Miss 1'. S. Sullivan,
A Co.
But Chaffee who has been at Saratoga during: the
Florida in general would do well to communicate Titusville, Fla. B.-That's "why Chaffee laughed.
with them." Shippers of vegetables the lead In the holiday line. summer. MIss /Sullivan will be house

tl-SAD IRON for 15 cents-worth double along the East Coast who nave keeper at the Inn this season. She 1. avery

moneyatMrs. Reynolds. not tried the above firm, should certainlydo Clock Clock.! How Delicious JUST RECEIVED-a nice line of tables, pleasant young woman;hithorough-*
bureaus chairs and buggies-suitable ly acquainted with her duties, sash occupied -
BO. Those Gunther's candles at Chaffoetc for children' Xmas presents the position of .r..tant.nouMlteep.
FREE E r Goods. A nice assortment; suitable for Christmas Co.'s. We mean-and you know, Hun. II. W. ltJTIIOLD8.: er at the Inn last year
Christmas or wedding presents. at boys, that the girls dearly love It.
SCBEVEN'S: DRUG STORE,
u give nnlog, with Monday next. Dec. '7th, weE Children's books, poetical works. toys J. B. Tltusville Fla. Stock of 9erchandtoe For Sale at

( DOLLAR each CASH purchase of and games of various kinds; also an ORANGE BOXES AND CRATES, of For Sale, &"'*". Fla.

ntltle the holder. a to ticket, which wlll elegant assortment of albums, etc., at all kinds, at; low. prices.O. I have for sale 3,000 acres of land at
doll ehaDCe: on the SCBEVEX'8 DRUG STOKE.: Bone Wanted. F. PADDISOX, Eau: (la11ie.A Owlsg to chaage of elrounutsncr. [
The in our show window. J. B. : Arcadia-sixty-two acre In orange treea: have decided to continue business at

lit drawing wlU take i place OD Chrt.t- bones and send them to the 1,! OO large, bearing trees, and .,OOS Stuart for the present.
morning. CHILDREN'S TRICYCLES and rocking Jacksonville Save your Fertilizer Co. South Jacksonville NICE DOLL'S CRADLE for 20 cents mall 0..... Also a six-room house. D. Krrcuuro, 1'. )I.,

FEED s. CaArrxx: : A Co., chairs bureaus, desks, tables, etc., at i iJln. Fla. Will pay cash for them. at Mrs. Reynolds. W. 8. THOMAS, Miami, 71*. Stuart, Fla.,

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1300-Flora E Stanton 13 . 25 00 _
Napoleon' Army IMf Waterloo Florida East Coast
.0"" 1:101-8: S: Snell. . .. 15 . 35 001302AnnieT On the of hostilities Railwal
: eve Napoleon .
:1: : : White. 1U( . 4001.JO.I ( Chumming'tin 'Africa.Tho
, Cut-es :: ; -O W Scbuyler. 17 . 35 00 bad 134.000 effectives, with 8,000 in ''. natives, I notice, generally) have

Jl04-A: E bams . 18 . la 00 his camp train ; Wellington had 106,000, a chum; the pair consists, as.a rule, 01 FORMERLY TUB

iiO": : Koblna Hentz 10 . 38 00 but of these, 4,000 Hanoverians were one strong man with a-certain.amouu JaoKsonvllle\ St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.

Cures talk in favor 1!.JO -Venetla Mlms 20 . 35 001J07 ) left in garrison ; Blnober bad about of influence, the other a weaker.creature. Time Table In Effect June lath 1896.

of Hood's Sarsaparllla, Talk I : -Frances /Sinclair 22 . 5000 117,000. Neither of the.two allied gen with nothing to say for him elt. The

jp I as for no other moo 1.JU8-Estolle Horton 24 . :3000 erals dreamed that .Napoleon wonld latter derives certain amount uof protection -

rF, cine. Its great cures recorded in.truthf, 1JOO: -Chug. 8: Moore 27 . 25 00 boose the daring form.of attack upon and a from the -strongeman's :South Bound. North Bound.
respect:
I' 1 convincing language of grateful men and JIO-J\IatUe: \ Montzingo 2$ . 2000 Which he decided-that of a wedge i.i content to No. No No. No. No. : -
and
1311-Leila I) Anthony 80 . 4000 acquaintance, 8TATJOXS. ::11. 87 11I! 35 8TATIONS. 7t1, No.a2I\o i8 .
driven into the
\ : women, constitute Its most effective ad- UU: -Willie M Otwell ::11. 2500; scattered line nearly do what drudgery or hard work falls)] to< .Jacksonville. .. 815 a Tor ... Lv JllllulIl . .. .. 6110 a .11 61u -
k'' vertising. Many of these cures are mar- 1313-Jennette Burnett. 32 . 30 (10) 100 miles in length upon which bis ene- partnership. In engaging guides I Ar St. Augustine 1030 a 1126 p .... .... .. ..Lvl..lllon.lty.... 61e a m a
i : velous. They have won the confidence or: my lay, for to do so he must the Lv Augustine loar a. . .... ...... . I.v I't Lauderdlile.. 11/17/ a in '.;, '
f 'T 1.-U4: StelU l Mlms . Ut: pass who carries all the
:30 (00
notice one
always t
LvK.I'aJatka.. .1tltl: a .. .... .... .... I.vLlnton.... .. .. 8112an. 43f.
1! .N'f the people; have given Hood's Sarsaparilla )1315-Veigie Wlgfleld :i" . 2":>> 00 Ardennes. But he did choone it and selected belongings ; his chum, a stronger man, -- -.. .... --. -. . I.v W J'abn teach. 7 :HI a III II Ilia aArlol..tka..1I60a

r [ r1 4 the largest sales In the world, and ]3JBKitty.larUn.. . 38 . 26 (00) for the purpose.the valleys of the takes the lead in all things and knows Lvt'alatka.. 1 01n ? Iv LvW.Juptter.. ... :: :: 8011 P m I I I'2 4',0': '

i itI have made necessary for Its manufacture 1317-Lucy P Moore. .. 39! . 2500 Sambre and the Jleuse. Allowing for the road. The other acquiesces in everything Ar San. 1\t5Gni pI .--..I.v1oclen.: ... .. .. .. 810 1104/ a a m III a' '12. 1,

t '.i the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's J18-Clara: Sogaard. .. 41 . 3500; the differences in topography, the idea said done. Late .E. J. Cln\ Lv San Jiateo ...I000a .. .. ..... .. ... .. :1 J e,1LvOrmond. ,
I known the it hasp 131 -Lillian Conkllng 42: . 25 00 was identical with that which, 19 years or -.... .... TMi -. . -.. ...... -. . LvSebastlan..11auam..I. I. PLv '
,t'. Barsaparlllaia by cures 1320: ABurtiBH. 41 . 3001)1J21 ) in Century. Payt+ma.. .. .. I04 I' .. .. . .... ... . LvRoSeland I II oW aIn
( ,'j made-cures of scrofula, salt rheum and Mary before, be had executed' splendidly in LV'ort Orange: 1181' . .. .... ...,. .. ?.. tv Melbourne. .....Ui: alii .. ...
,, '' d of rheumatism : : -W L Kfefor. ? 4J: . ::10 (00 Piedmont.-William AL-Sloune in Century. J.v New Sntvrna.. 1/111/ I'' : .. .. .. ... beau Oalne. .'.' : 10'" ..I... .
++ klf eczema, eases neuralgia 1122: :!-O U Sums. . 4T:>> . 3000) ) LvTltu8vUle. ... .. 211a I' . .... .,': .... .. Lvltockledge htlt .. ?..... .. .
) and weak nerve,odes: of dyspepsia, liver 1.JAJ: : : -N W Uoblnson. 101 40 i ( -FAITHFUL MEN OR J.v bUt! . . ... .. .. : L v T .. .. .. 1'l I' m .. .
troubles, catarrh-cures which prove 13:4-M\ U Mahaffey 102!. .. 40 (00 J ) -... WANTED to travel for responsible Lvlan: nalfle. .... ..403p . .' ... . . LvNewSmyrna., .. r") pin .?. .I.I.. .
1)23: : :>>-EJ Powell . 1OJ.:) 3500l.t''d : ) Too Well Appreciated.And I.vlllelb..urn.. ... 41:1: I' ,. ..... . Lv I ort Orange. 222: 1'm.: .1.I ILvRoseland
& : -Anna M Mahaffey. 104 :30 00) ctitablished house in Florida. Salary; . 4112 I'' . .... ... : .:.'. 83: p' rn .. .
how did yon like my predecessor $780 and expenses. Position perman 87 I' .. .... 410 a ...... ;40 1' III .. .I .
Hood'sSarsaparilla 1327: -J H Sims. Co. Supt. salary 75 00 King Totem?" asked the mmsion- Reference. Enclose self-addressee e1 p .. .. ... 1118110. .... J'-.II' '.."
I tJI'I-A: :! L Hatch, per diem and ent. Star 32 I' .. ... //1st I 110 .. ..' LvIaytona..2. m-. -
LvSrbastlnn..4 I'
: stamped envelope. The National, ........ .. . .2 .1--
7 807
mileage memo bd. Deo I 5 60 ary."He .6 I' a ) p m ., .., '
1 '" .... .. ......
nice Bldg. Chicago. .
was very returned the Insurance I' -- h-
1320-John Henry diem and : ::::: -
per floe p m ,
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t mileage mom. bd. Dee . 4 40 cannibal king "thoueh .a little stringy." LvI.lnton ... .. 942p p' ... .. .. ...1108a .... _.... .._.. _4001'11I_ .. .. _
spa f't t 13JO: -Thoa Johnson per diem & -- Lv 1o't l.anclerla.Ie. 03M1 I' ... ...,... 1111 a ... .... ,Augustine a 10 p m .. .. -
Lv Lemon City. (120 p .. .... .. 300 a .. .. fit. AllaruMtlne. 815 p m 7I"ArMlalnl ( "I
Is the best-In fact the One True Blood Purifier "
bd. 8.20
a ) [? mileage memo Dec. .... .... 1030 p .... .. 32 a .. :. .l.v. .. 8M pm .
( i x a ? cure liver Illn; easy to 1331: -Poinar & Thomas, repairson NOW IS THE TIME **. ** ?- ---
A. W.
', Hood's PillS take easy operate. 26oT12MPKUANCH bdg. at Tltusville. . 853 Trains 81, 32. 37.and 78 between Jacksonville & IRANCII
x, '' l 13.12: : -Pomar & Thomas, repairson and/ St.Augustine, //lally. NORTH BOUND h -

; n bdg. at City Point. . 20.00 To Place Your Orders for ORANGE LEMON 4 GRAPE.Fruit Trees Tralo 200 between Miami anti Fort Pierce, STATIOXS--: 2 Xo 4 :So

<: I>EI'AUT- 1333: -Frank T Budge, repairs on dally except Jllonday. I
bdg. nt Titusville . . 4DO: reductions In freight for 00 days All other train south of St Augustine dally New 8myrna 123111' 63n P I
? The Florida East Coast Railway makes big,:; Lake lie en 12301' 411"1' ... I
4 i & MUNT.M 1334: -J M Sanders, repairs on except Bl1nlay.,
Take of by placing orders with Goo. II. might, Orange City 12/1(11'/ 3 3dp ., .
your ..
bdg. at Cocoa. . . . OSS advantage thlsltenel'osity. O. City Juno 13111' 33111'! ... 1
1i it i t;) 1335: ; -J E M Hodgson, repairs on Orlando, Fla., where you an get SOUTH ROUND.

Tltiistllle Good Tcmitlnr :Lodge.t : bdg. at Eau Uallie. . . 1 10 True to Nameand
;t ) 1330: -A J Carter, frt. on furniture Strictly First-class Stock, STATIONS. Xo 8 No.l No. IX;;

St. Lucie. . . . 50013.I7 Lv New 8myrna 205ii 930a --- :-
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Woodwind C. T.. Mr. CIIII.Olullnel' ] at Low Prices.
4 Mrs. Wm. ( : Lake Helen 2 /RIP 10 /5aLv .
: -E C Sum merlin frt. and
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Orange City II 228 ,
), HOC. 801p
Meets, Tuesday night at the hauling, St Lucie. . ? I 0 2813.J8 /J-: "'" Write for pricesor call on Ar O. CIty Juno. 3 cap II 30. .

I m' every church. Public meeting : -S: F Uibbs, frt. and repairs GEO. II. WRIGHT, ,Oilando, Fla.
'.. I'icHbyteilan Melbourne . . . 768 TI ese Time Tables Shows the times lit which trains may be expected to arrive and clciartli.
9''y K, tint TuoKday In the month. the Heieril stations, tint their arrival or departure at the times stated In not ffiinrnntml, noru
1330: J \V Hell frt furniture
+ Edited by REV II. M. Oooi>hl.L. on the Co' many hold itself responsible for any delay or allY consequences arising tliercfunu.
\ HBt White City. . .. . . 2 (0 Ie F. O. WILLIAMS, AKU: J. ]>. KAIIMKK.
( Hanoy 1 b.:) Fur. Co, Aitesta 32 07. TltiiHvllle. Aft't Geii'l Passenger Agent

;1 *< At the Union temperance meeting,: ]las 1J.l0": u" S. Bluff )4):) Chickamauga Stable Co. '
u" White C 45; 58
j i t ', I ,p Wf :Sabbath;: evening, Um Geiger showed 13-11: -( Jas Piltchard interest on .

t b that tlio vine of Intemperance costs.e very indebtedness . . . 10 04
t': j stale, in direct taxation, from (two to 11U: :!-II&W B Drew Co, free : Lookdut Mountain, The Tropical Trunk Line

P .\ Hi ico times an much n* 14 received from text books . . . 0751 Tennessee. ,
( business 1345: -J II Same expo distribution It) 48 i Phone 319.
'I I high lice nile. Not a profitable
Lula] Lake and Lula Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park, Sunset Rock, Natura]
'' liy. (any moans./ Total expenditures . . .$1,7702:1: 1 Bridge Telephone Rock, Uock City and Village. Orders ]left at Lookout Inn will Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa]

+!; ( i According to a very low estimate, the APPROPRIATIONS receive prompt attention. E. D. REES, Manager
JOSEPH H. DURKEE. Receiver.
l coat to the nation for intoxicating llqu For aid to new schools 4 mos. .$ 100 00

ol'l Is, In round numbers, $1,350,0MX0nnil )( ( ] 110 Toledo, colored, 4 mos . (UO 00 SOUTH NORTH =--
Time Table In Effect Nov 111, 00.
the annual cost of tobacco, $800,000-) 111, Eau Uallie\ colored 4 mos. GO 00 No. Nn,9 No. Z1. Na.2:1: 1\0.3:1.: No. i8. .

i + (IKII.) The nation's bread does not cost A. HATCH, BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK :.:.:.:.:.:.-:.:. Inuial!Mixed,\ *1020p: I.v..JACKSONVILLE..Ar 82ia. . ..Orallle Park.. ..... .... i3nam 6112am noose 6211'01\ Mug Inrs:;.; ,

C much us her tobacco For public Chm'n Co. Bd. Pub. Inst. .. .. )10 W'y 10:10: 1'1 814a . . !Peoria. ... .. .. . U40am. 013pnuTmnd
as .... .... alld"'rl . .. ,.1'l arnult...... .... .. .. . .. ? .. 77nns1080p
t 1 l education we pay only $210,0X,00( ; for .7NO. H. SAMS: Co. Supt. Pub. Inst. .. .. .. 857a.. ....Green. Cove: Al>rlng8. ..., .. 600am 848pnni.tIalbutwick :: :
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salaries of ministers, only frJO.OOO.OOO); ........ 10 ills 121111' 45a .. .... .. ... ..I'allltka.I .,. ... ,. .. ... 4/10am/ 4/11I1'01/ 80;I''
'I4 und for home and foreign missions, only]; A genuine has to be ... .. 11 1011 1:1421': 10tue\ .. . ..... Sat.llma. ... ... .,. 4211alll 13111'01 2:1"1': '
ghost-story yet East Coast Brick Co. .. .. 11 4Ila 1251p: / 10lIa . .. ....J.omon.. .. ... .. .. .. 414ain 4Ilpm 115.I'\
7,000,000.. attested; but not so a genuine! bloodpurifier .. 12iSp 112a 193'la .... .CreacentCltyJllnetlon... ... 858arn 81171"0 161':! '
revised Over and over again: it has . ... loop 13oa1047a .. .. .. ... .... ..S.vlll.... .. .. .... ... 838a1l1 83M1pml2ua241p
When wo get those figures a been that ...... .. 20lla 111/1111./ .... ..UeL..on Sl'rlng8.. .... ... 2 3am :1/)1\1'11I: / \ 1110.
tt&W bettor day: for our country will have proved Ayer's Sarsaparlla ........ 830p 209a1125a .... .......... Olellwnoll... ...... .... 241am 240pm1037a4(10p
stands alone among medicines as the Jacksonville Florida.Are .. .. ( 237a 1137& .. .. ...... ..Deresrord.... :..... 226am 2301'01' IOsp420P. }<
i, d.iwned. May God l hasten the day, most reliable tonlo-alteratlvo In phar . .. .. .. .. II 11II11 Ar 1 DeLan". ... .. .... fAr. . m
1 : l48p
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I New members are coming into the macy. It stood alone at the SVorld'aFair. MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES :::::::: .. ... ::::.::: t2lil II Ilia) Lvi"....(... ..EnterprIMe..r.. .. .. :: :: : : :. ::.1018: alii rat .

i ] from time to time. Several lave . .... .... . . .. "l/1I'Ar/ ...... ...Tl'J'IT8VILLE......... Lv tS10amPaola.
lodge For reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices. . .. .... .... .... .. .... ...... ... .... .. .. .... ... .. ... .....
I. piomlHetl to join In the near future,, and .... .... . .... ...... ... .... ..... .Surr..nto........ ... .. ..... .. ..
Kemembei If the family cat lies with Its back to J. S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l Manager .. .. .. ... ... 3111' ... .......1'It. Dora....... .. .. .. .. .. S45ant I
i ninny am almost pcimiadod Jacksonville Fla. .. .... .. ... .. .. ..Tavllres..I.v. .. ... .. .1e30ain520pe'320a'1215pAr
+ r ', the dues have been educed to 10 the iho\ there will be a squall. ........ ( : .... ..... .. .Sanford.... ..... ....Lv 138am 18salll 1(5.Altamonte ( .,
II .... . .. .. .... ..... $pringe.... . .
,Z ) II cents for ];idles and boy, and 23; cents ..... .. .. .... ..WlnterJa.rk.. .
I 1OO Howard 1OO. SAW ANI> I'LANINOMILLS.; JACKSONVILLE YAIID, ........ . .. 428a I35p..::. . . .Orlando. ,:.:::::. 1201l'prn lI/111aml/
; I for gentlemen, per quarter. Surely no . .... .... .. . .. .:.KIMMllUm.e.... ..
a one need, hesitate about. joining account I'xlatka, FI... |IE. Bay St.. Foot of Catherine. ..... .. ".. Ar..... ... .. Jlllrtow Jo. .. .. ...Lv
.... .... .. . 6 87 a I 3 20p . ...... .1.0 kola",1 .... .. 930pm 015aItt
of the expense. The leader of this paper will be )pleased CYPRESS COMPANY ........ ........ ilO4oa 3/\/11'/ / . .. .lIl1rtow.... .. .. . 7061'11I 83alllll
w Instruction in tempeianco to learn: that there is at least one t,' With interesting ed disease that science has\ been able to . .... . . 4RyrAr./ ... ... .. .. Tampa..... ..... .Lv 743aOl
{ yl recitations, humorous and pathetic . . ..... ... .. .Tampa Bay. lIutel. . .. .
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cure in all Its stages, and that Is CatarihHall's Manufacturers of .. .. .. .... 114,1a 51M1pAr. .. .. ....ortTa"'J1I1..I.v.7tOpn'.700alll.' ..
l'' 1 t loadings; with games, witty saylngn ", Catarrh Cine Is the only positive .... .. Monand Thor 93111'' Lv.. ...... ..'urtTam ...... . 2mpmIThllrs.llndIlIl0.:
... ..... Toes .... .. . and "lit.
with and cine known to the medical fraternity. 'e1'riday.318'pAr Key West.Lv ft30pmWed.
and con I\llI'll m*, Ringing Catarrh being a constitutional disease, Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath .... Wed, and Sat. 6oat Ar. .. .. .. ..?..Jlllvanll.. ... .. ,. ..I.v 1230 I' III "'..,,1. 811d 11111.
,,, sociability: are making our meetings constitutional +
requires a treatment.
I Dally t Daily except' 8nndn Y. .
pleasant and helpful.MitchellNorwood..
very Hall's I Catarrh Cuio it tiike
Internally
4tl ',lily acting directly the blood am[ A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring,: ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles, Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cam.
upon Train 21: leaving Jacksonville dally at B: ;
l mucous sin'faces of the system, thereby lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress 11 :/nr, \ :/ Lembiira/ :41, Hrooknvillu T:211 p. in. Train leaving Jacksonville at xAna':' '
tl', ; destroying the foundation of the disease, mouldings of all patterns a specialty. arrives at Oakland 4 :11: a. m., Lacoochee A:4O p. m., Tarpon Springs 9:20 p. m, Clearwater 10.1 I;
m., St. reteridnirg II :15 p. in., dally except Sunday.:
and the building
t giving patient strength by
It was the special] pleasure of the the constitution and assisting When at home, write us for prices; when tip our way, come and see us. W. B. COFFIN O. D. ACKFRLY.
up General Sup+rinteu.lent. General Passenger Af'
writer to unite in minilago! Mr. J. I1'" natuie In doing Its work. Tho
? / )proprietors -- --- --- -- - -- --- ---- -- -- ---- ---- --

+ ) :Mitchell, of Cocoa, and MUs Lon.i E. have so much faith Inltscuiatlvp -
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3* Norwood at the home of the bitilo's powers, that they offer One hundred
i t' Dollars for any case. that it falls to cure
i Ipj parents: In North Tltusvlllo\ \ at :2 o'clock, Send for ]list of testimonials\ HARRY MASON & CO. The florida (Central & gailros
peninsular
l I .I' p. m., Dec. ith) 1MI( ,' Only a few relay Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.

: I ; n tlvos were picsent. 5 Sold by Druggists, 75o. rfl. .

The occasion interesting one Jobbers in Fine Imported
d n was an MASON A CO. Short Line between Florida and all NortJ-ern Points.
1 being the consummation of feelings of Have You Any Vegetables or
r r W Bay btre.t.JACli80NVILLE., Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.\

mutual attachment that liiul! been growing oiiltry For Sale ? Liquors and Cigars High Everett Savannah Augusta, Ca.. Columbia Washington, Ba
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for some years; and bring decidedly Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

i i 11 mutual, the feelings of tlio contracting Supt. C. B. Knott, of tho Florida East Cinctaw:
Everett Macon Atlanta Louisville\
i parties were effervescent and met a Coast llJtel System, requests that truck Grade Whiskies Etc."V.Q' and Chicago. Chattanooga, Nashville, ,

i JI genuine response In the feelings of parents communicate and poultry man with along him during the East the Const season e> n Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis Little Rock; Kansas City,

; F and letatlves. ..... Louis Chicago, :SIoux City.
stating what they have for sale and; ..,.. '"
The bride and groom departed once quoting prices, as he ]has established apurchasing whisk tf_Imported, anti-Domestic Southern Ilelle Rock and Rye ... .. ...from tl JH) per pal and River the Pacific Junction, Fennaoola Mobile, New Orleans Texas, >: exlco, Califon
1 :Jor Cocoa, where for the present they / department for vegetables llrundlvo-Ixnnentlc, pple, peach blackberry, and peach" and luuioy from in./no per galIminaIl.llan.tO11t Coast. Effective Nov. 27, 18OO.Ne .
: Tom, etc... .... .. ... ... ... ... .... ..... .... from *1./BO jmr iral leave Jni'**
i will reside; and good will and earnest poultry[ eggs, etc. Item .. . ?.. ... .. .. ..... ., .. .. .. .. ... .. ..... ... ..... ..fromll.IIOl'erlal LtlNal w York Express. No. 3M:Jliroiiirh
? i Wines--Fort Slifrry Catawba, Muscatel Claret, etc., from .. ... .... .. ..91.(Htiier tculriiuvtn r 4a0 a n' vole 8:'JO! for a. m dally, with fiiuni'
prayers follow then.t -Kliient Brands ... ...... .. ..... .. .. .. ... .. ..... ......... ...fr.m, 8:I./:.1 per case f. Q a n ,, a m 4 Baltimore\' Savannah Columbia, New \ WlUlhh'f', '
4 W. X. ClIALItOIN. A good:: recommendation for Simmons Bottled lluor .. .... .......... .. .... .. .. ....... .... . front $1-0 per doc.ZV S m.. Eastern ,points.Philadelphia Connects for iermmilinArrives '" ;

'I' LaG range, Flit.WlULim Liver Regulator is, that It Is purely vegetable / All
------ -- and strongly tonic. Then too, It Is Jugs and demijohns will be packed boxes, when so requested, without extra '4 3 .mw. czc ar New York Fast Mall N.. 311: '. '"i
Better than Pills because easier to take cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will .1 c m d t Jackmmvllle: / p. m. dully tnt '"nie intern
y; Henry Ott, alias .Mustang: In liquid or powder and with no griping, $AYANNAM and for leriiandlna Arrive Jn>:
t / not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and tiouble. act. __ i points
Hill, says that he used Ayor's Hair while the relief( from Constipation Biliousness Av sonville 0:00 a. lu.AshevIHe .
t Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
Vigor for nearly) live yeas' and owes toe I Sick Headache And Dyspepsia ;:1111.307>l 30", 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. v .o Cincinnati ( Sawwn 19!l11'|: |I['!:
it his splendid hair, of which he in justly Is quick and sura. "I Ilnd Simmons Y r'r /M Car service via -

(1 i proud Mr. Ott hail ridden tho plains Liver Regulator H very safe and valuable _____'m ___ ________ _________ __ _.________ ___. _____ 5.+ a: tj' bill, Ashevtlle, Hot Springs, Knoxville Country: tliniwthe ";>:'

n for twenty-live years, and Is well known family: medicine.-Hev. J. M. Rollins, ,' .J' Carolina. Arrives Cincinnati T.IS auto' *
; Wyoming and the Xoithwest. Fairfield, Va.Throwing Labor Saving I Economical I Incombustible I 'L,, 7 l q"a" turning arrives Jacksonville 9:00 a m
4: ctn. e. -

oao x r 90NYILLE Line Throng" the 11..u ifni I4)M :
Only
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MONTHLY SCHOOL3IKNT. HTATi- a cat overboard from a ship -PAINTOFF. I, Country of Middle Florida, Prnatenla,0: 1.16 ,,. ,

i k, :. will cause H cyclone. 0 06 0 4 O for Escambia Lake CIty Live Leave Oak J..k..n.l1h.Ma,1I8on. on th \1'''
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c1DAn stye ) '' Tallahassee ICIver Junction Pen5nral8.
I With but little earn and no trouble, .* eI y New Orleans. and the ..outhweat. Jlextre!:; l'aa.i
oUKCAI'I'fl'LA'f10ol.Total : the board and moustache can be kept n (Patented America and Europe.) d I5 forma and the Pacific Coast. Carrie.* 8'' epo
t ?I w receipt lui'Ing month .$ -1540 uniform brown or black color by usingIluckingham' s I l 0 0 v tu Arrives Jacksonville 7:/BO a. m.

'q Total expenditures. . . 1,37929: Dyo for the Whlskeis.IIU 2 .
t Balance In treasiuy . . 31 57 Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces, : v .e.9 4e 4!' thorne Leaves, silver.Tacksonvl11eS:155.m.for9tarke'Aapmm. Springkale,: : / flamesvi.Key. ,i"l'\'!!

lP ITEMIZED: IIECKII'TK: NOV 4, 18t.! ( V Wildwood. Leesburg, Tavare"11:Ian. (II
Orlando, Lacoochee lade City
Balance treasury last report$ 2d!( 17 Masterly Method. t Tampa. Arrive Jack.onville898p.m: -
of
Instead Off
1 1 From tax collector, school levy. 1040) "Uncle Simon what; ia a campaign Chemically, Burning )(apoltl+s { ,0 J..

( : Poll tax, tax collector. . . :3000) orator" FLORIDA CENTRAL 7; -a"-a Cincinnati and Florida Limited Train Tea" 'pall '
ji . ... . it UI sonvllle 6:45 p. m. Solid Vestibule )j...
t County Supt., rent. "He i lea fellow who doPFn't let thinkIng PAINTOFF" lea registered; trade name of anew discovery In chemistry ami U. protected re asi a a little over :24 hours to Cincinnati. via. ;b'lI.1
ill irterfere with his talking. .Chicago bv letters patent of the United Stated Canada. treat Britain and other countries. It U the rennltnt rcNlhsuua RR. Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connects for "
Total receipts . . . .$ 71 67 : patient research and experiment with the purpose In view of finding a cheap ilmpla and active sadConn.ctbna, Louisville, Chicago and all points Drib
Record. solvent of old paint and vitrnlnU that would supplant the old method of burning and scraping off _- -..., .-m w..t. .*

J AVarrant ITEMIZED To EYPKNDITPREB.Ht-hoot Amt. Would Fill Him 1..... the Gilmore same. & Son, Pointers and Decorators Jacksonville, Fla., write: 'We have .. .. ..'.14I.... 0e..' .rl.OalllAKanllUl lanta Birmingham City Line, No.Memphis 36. For, hanaeleil:;llaI'Oo.! '| J
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Whom No. without
No. a chaIM1
p given Palntoff .a trial, and can say that In 43 years experience as a painter it is the Through Pullman Sleeper *
\ J2S7: -D W Compton .I . .f 4000 The Poet-She invited me to her hours to Kansas City. The route
+.i a ,i iI II ; I I 1288: -J R Anthony 2. .. 80 00 house to dinner. best l paint remover In the market. :.. t"e'jr.I' ::: f'":,.e.0 Holly 8prlngs.for Memphis, Springfield, and Kansas City. NbeiMd8o <. 35 tel a

12bO:! -Mrs J K Anthony. :a. . 4000 The Friend-She told me she didn't C. E. Hoyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having had experience 8Y0; a. ;Lease Jacksonville a m. for and l1u
r d' IHO-lda:!!) n Bates 2. . 4S 00 think there WM mach in yon,-Town F as a practical painter for 25; years take great pleasure In indorsing : Brunswick by the Cumberland Rout steamer

( 121)1) -Laura L Sharpe 3. . 4000 Topics L'alntoff, and cheerfully recommend It to the public In general." :;:: J:: -Loral aye for E".tt.. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and gaICk55t" roc

tl +( )2U2-o'rance" WallU120.J 4. . JM) 00 W. Lmsdell, ofjlall: Ulldltch A: Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, eRe p' III-J' Tampa for' Tallahassee asd In and Intermediate points. Arrive. Jacksonville Jarksonvlli! 9:15.a. !;!JO..-,-
termedlatepoint Arrive
: -Anna W Sweet ft,; . 4000 Saved Front the Wreck. Fla., write: "Having !given Paintoff a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a "tUel Tbrooth. ,, Bleepers m.., tor Ciocinnatl vlaAshavl ae, IarMJacluoovllN" *at 645 p. m..rrivd .jt

1294.1V Hodge. . 6. . 4000 "I Me that joor" coachman hat left perfect success, mod to be all ;you claim for It." ror M'aeou p. .arrives Atla ..Clncfsnrl7.10, two Tula a. 01.S.er m.
121)5" -SuiloK Brown. 8. . 43 00 "M....._ farce DalI,. Leave Jacksonville 82O a. m. and 641 P.
i you Jok.ly. Send for Circulars and Testimonials to. Tamp. for Braldeatowa ) JUYft'' polota.er .
rr 1'aam.a : aDd Manatee
t 1204: -Mabel RoberU. .' 0.\ .. 2500 Tea. I.was one at the few thine b.CIOIIldD" Sleepers OQ all Fight Trios,
) 1'l 1297-Lillian Button. ..\ 10 . 2300 send for Best llIdaecI
iteftL Detroit Free Prean South-Eastern States Palntoff Company. TvwaaJalp Map of Florida to
fir' a 1298-JDle PMhan 11 . 2300 .-. -. -.- .. N. S. PENNINGTON A. O. MAcDONZLL,

1200-Su* JJopkJn. ... 13 . 4000 St. Augustine Fla. Traffic Kanmger. General paaaeuger JJ


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 18. 1896. 3 1
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professional Cards. I. Polly. Er-: I A''

Let poet lng of beauty, John Quinn
= fame a Louisville policeman,
The and Most Complete
In rounded rhyme Largest t
a or tory, weight 343 pound, was married the
WALTER S. OaARAIl.OBBLVS Let MlUler bount of war' 1
10. a. ltOBBJf8.GRAHAM, Of martial deeds and jilory-*fierce game ,I other day to Miss Mary E. Smith::! who Experiencehas Establishment South.

A For me life has no uruutur prize I weighs more than 200 pounds They

LAW Than gating Into Polly'. e'e. are the heaviest bridal couple of the GEO S. HACKER & SON t
ATTORNEYS-AT- Let .cholar waste their rhnerlew. live year in Loui ville. proven conclusively that !,
,
ouJls-From: plmto 12 a. m., With book. *o old and dreary; Bishop Alfred E. Curtis (Roman better grapes and peaches, I ,./
tICS 4 The man who but for
and 2 to knowledge itrlvea Catholic) of the diocese of
Co. Florida. Of living soon grow weary Wilming and more of them: are producedwhen THEPLANT f'
TlTU8VILLE, Brevard And-what'* the one of being wise ton, Del., has forwarded to Rome his ,

|0,11<>.,108. all the courts-state and fed When I ga.e into Polly'* eyeatSo resignation of his sec bwanso ho believe Potash i is liberally ap ,

Ale practice, in let the old world go Its way, that he has reached the ago ((63)) plied. To insure a full crop of
i laI fACIlities for examining; and perfect. A fig for fame or glory; when he should give his place to au-
:d tltlel. I live but for that happy day ,other' choicest quality use a fertilizer "
+ ,
And When I con finished read with 1* "our glad story surprise," Mr. Arthur Pinero, the English containing not less than 10% SYSTEM.Notice :

CART-ELWES, The "Yea" that lurks In Polly'. eyes dramatist is a man of pronounced intellectual : "

Lieutenant Thomas H. Wilson in Truth presence. He ban a fine fore- Actual Potash.Orchards .

NOTARY PUBLIC head, bulging out somewhat over the .
"
STATE AT LARGE. All He Wanted.. a C........ eyes and those strong heavy frontal C,
and .
treat-
sashes which vineyards
are almost
"Your father instinctively
seems to walk .a little I
I Typewriting, taxes paid for non- lame." he suid. associated with brain power. ed with Potash are compara- to 'Travelers.If Manufacturers of '
collected
deDts, rents and accounts eolcited.i'UugI11e "Be does, she admitted. "Poor pa- William Brooks,who deserted from tively free from insects and

w., eto. Correspondence pa says he's had his leg pulled until he the English navy and was reported dead, : Doors Sash Blinds

Florida.flLLEK has pretty nearly lost the use of it" is now in a predicament. He wants to plant disease. you contemplate a trip to any point ,

"What a shame!I" he exclaimed. be recognized as alive, even if he will Alt about Potuh-thi mnltsof lu MM by actual*.
"Isn't it?" she asked. be tried for desertion. The officials twnnuol OB the boat far... .In the Unil.d Slut*-i* North, East, West or to any Florida Moulding and Building Material. t
told In Uttta book which and will l
& KENNARD a w. pubhih gladly
: "And it wasn't artistically done, however, refuse to revise their dead list, m.h In* to My femur ia Amarica who will writ for It. point, for reliable Information, through :

ARCHITECTS. either. Now if you will only) consent to and as he is officially "do*!" Brooks GERMAN KALI WORKS, f rates and most convenient schedules, Office and Waroroomg, King; Opposite 1-,
is a much 9} Muutt St..New York.
me""Oh
marry perturbed man. Cannon Street
write to the undersigned who will "
I will have ,
East Const business prompt Haroldf""If -

you'll only he -- --- - answer all letters promptly, and give
ention. marry me, per- ALKX NIC A11. ERNEST TAYLOR. Charleston S. C. c

TAMPA, FLORIDA. Slated "and give me a right to help Notice.In you any necessary information.Tho !
yon, why, between us we ought to be NEAR & TAYLOR
Routes offered via. the Plant
able to pull his other leg until things Sash Weights Cord and :

risou s. JONES, get evened up a bit."Chicago Post.A County the Circuit, Florida< Court: in and for Brevard (Successors to John McAllister.) System, the equipment and excellent, "

-IN CIIANCKIIY. Artesian Well Contractors service arc unsurpassed by any line 1 Hardware. f I :,
Shy :Fair Weather Girl.
ATTORKEY-AT-LAVV. Agur Wheeler, plaintiff, Through Sleepers are operated on all '

lTUSVILIE, BREVARD co., FLA :Minor 3. Jones VS., an and in EAU GALLIE FLA. trains of this System Insuring Luxury, Window and Fancy Class : ,
his rapacity as Administrator -
County Judge of Brevard County. s with the will annexed Comfort and every convenience. A HPKGIAL.TY.
of the estate of (burins Sheriffs Sale.UNDKR .
T. Vttrlwke, deceased; and Address (if
Minor 8. .Tones as and in Itllllto foreclose

|\T, D. L. DODSON, Charles his rapacity T. as Verbnke Trustee, deceased for. Mortgage. S anil by virtue of an execution lamied 11. L. TODD. Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves.
the t'lnmit Court for llrevard ooun-
J. B. Terry and Dlv. Pits Agt.,
.
ty upon a decree In Chancery for a n"'y
DENTIST. Clara Margaret Verlieke; judgment In a cause wherein the Kohhln A'
anilj. H. Terry and, Clara Uraham Company, mcorpoated. IB com I'lain- or C. II. IIOW A ltD, City Puss. Agt. l
Margaret; Verlwke Individually ant, ami James K. Bowman in his capacity as WILLIAM CLARK Agt.
Office over postoffice. defendants. sheriff and ex-otttclo ailinlnlntrati of the nu I ,
appearing; liy the affidavit of D. L. Oaul- tate of Louis Tin deceased. la defendant) I If
IT den attorney for complainant, tied in this have levied upon and will sell at puhllo auction, I PLUMBER, STEAM t OAS FITTEK,
ITtSVILLE' FLORIDA. II ..., that the defendant, Clara Margaret In front of the court house ilixir at Tltusvllla, '
,,1 11 r t \ :h Verbeke, resides without the State of Florida, during the legal holm of sale, upon the first Rooting; nod Shoot Iron' AVoik.
11 II I Is \ and without the United !States and that she resides Monday In January A., lCD to the hlRtimt and
rL.. GAULDEN I I In England at some place. unknown to af- beat bidder for cash, the following described Pumps, Piping and Drain Pipe, Itath
| flant and that there Is no person in the State' of real estate of the Hum Lmiln I'lo, doofaHeil. In
!I _! Florida the service upon whom of a subpoena the hands of the said admlnliitrator to IH administered 1'ubKVIter Closets: and Wash StamU.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I would bind the said Clara Margaret.: Verbeke to-wit i :
defendant and that said Clnra Margaret Vttr- An undivided one-tbird interest In the northeast ROYAL-TANSY PILLS
I Till In all the Courts of the State ...Electric Bells....
practice lake Is of twenty-one years. And quarter of the southwest quarter; south-
4 Florida,and the United States Courts. that : eOUhJ.ar.:: .. Terry resides without the: went quarter of the mmtheiuit quarter; north- NKWIHMTOVERY. NEvrurali.s..
| P.0.Box,238. T1TUSVUXE, FLA. \ ''' ''!I1I'JlllI''I''! ', IM state of Florida and his residence and 'pOHtomue! went quarter of southeast quarter and northeast Ct_ A nw.rwilabl*uiU a,).relict Curni>i.. No. ait/ Kor.ylh Street.TrtclcHonvillo. ,_
to Loan. ';;';::=._., '7:". address IH Soutliold mate of New York, nod, quarter of tmtheaiit quarter, section III, 1 kprawttil: xQ,MftlTt OKitty or piilnfiilntanwtnntl :
Money 18 : I Now nnmi over flOO Ml '
that there IH no person in the state of r'lnrlilit toWHlilp 37 south range 40 east. Also an un Florida. ;
l dl anvlorate.th.a> Hi
The Dull Weather Gentleman='Nice the service upon of a .ubpu na, would bind the divided one-third Interest In the southwest wen of 4..*...... Im It nil org.ua itnn. lV.ind*
said defendant J. H. Terry, and that said J.M. quarter of the northwest southwest papa t M per box. .mall box C1.) hums
In FREEMAN BALL, girl that, next door, but dreadfully shy. Terry Is over the age of twenty-one yean quarter of southwest quarter| north\ ... quartet *.al.ii In plain wr.ppNr..xund.c. | hiutAmi I
Is of southwest and northeast 1' *for p.rtlonl. .m. HuM" b* eat Choice .
Always pops in when I come out.- It therefore ordered that the said defendant quarter quarterof ,. 1 I
Clara Margaret Verbeke do appear at the southwest quarter of section 14, township I dru..1.t.nr.dnre' I'EVVEaWE1ILOALA..eUTA (
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Punoh. clerk's office, at Titusville, Hrevard county 3rt south, range *>e..tj. ; and the entire InterestIn 1'10N, Uhiua.u I IU. Wines Liquors i I
Florid. to answer demur or plead to the com the southeast quarter of the northeast. quarter Sold by J. 1) Screvon only. .t t e
A Call For the Frog- plainant's said bill on or before the ,and the northeast quarter of the northeast and Cigars. '
A: INSURANCE AGENT. of suction 33 M south
quarter township range
FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. lain
The great singer was the guest of her 40 east. Uuaranteetll'ure. i.;'
sister, and her wonderful singing was And It is further ordered that the said defendant FRED. It. WRIGHT, ; 1
Titusvlllo, Florida. J. B. Terry do at the clerk's oltlce! Sold at reduced 1
quite naturally the uppermost topio of at'iitusvllleltrevardounntqFloreda.tnanswerdemur Ellsor, '
Representing all the best and strong- the hour in the Winton family. or before or plead to the complainant's said bill on
Insurance Companies. Is prepared Aunt Merry was this, and Aunt Merrywas 1.npnrteai| i
THE 20TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1WI7
Whir.from .
lio write lines to Notice to Creditors. Tokuy ,
amount Oat Bottle
any anywhere that. And it Is further ordered that this notice. be "
I on the East Coast. Press notices were read, and verbal published in the INDIAN HIVKII ADvoCATE, a 110 Oats Italy
newspaper published In said county, once each HE creditor, of the entitle of Gideon BmksTlM
Colqil-
opinions of great musicians were repeated
week for consecutive weeks.
eight John B.
T Togni
lirevanl county, iluremwit' Chill hit ,
BISCAYNE BAY DADK Witness the Hon. John D. Hrmmie, Judge of mlliale tIO that I the ailmlnlHtrator I I nisaid virgwhtrt.Ooartot d
COUNTv.f The air throbbed with the praises of said Court, at the ('onrt-houxe at Tltimvlllo, estate ha. iiigKesteil the Insolvency of the Metropolitan Saloon 11.1: East Day St., .
f W. EWAN, Florida, this Uth day of December. A. D. 1HIM. same, F
1!. U. S. COMMISSIONER. Aunt Merry and her marvelous vocal A. A. 8TRWART Clerk. Wherefore salil creditor, and all persons all Turastudy JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ; "
register.At '. (Ily C. It. Stewart 0.) havliiic claim against Raid estate will be required -
Xotary Public State at Large. length it dawned upon little Bobbie [Seal of Circuit Court.] [U"188W to appear before me, on or before Isles TONIC Wholesale Mtlll Retell.Education ....-
THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE, lute, *** -- -
Lands Winton that his famous relative
Selected; Conveyances made. and file with me their said clulmi, or iiayniont It
Correspondence solicited. Address: must really be a singer worth hearing, FAITHFUL MEN: OH will ho liarruil. *V.Iu. of (.

nay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, and he accordingly determined to hear WANTED' to< travel for responsible Till r.'th day of Novenilinr' 1HIK1.MINOH 8.. Jones, Arthur P.Ur*Co.. LMlnllto..,..0..11'1....... BODY

Office, Ewan's Landing. her. established house in Florida.! Salary: E.C. II. TVNIIA s.r.. County ..InilKO.AdinlnUtrator NEVER FAILS. ',
"Aunt Merry," he said, climbing up $780 and expenses. Position! perman nov iito iny O MIND.

'in her lap and seizing one of her white ent. Reference. Enclose IIelf-at .drOKsed
w. ALLEN stamped envelope. The National, Star MORALS. \
GEORGE jeweled hands"won't you sing for meP"Like Insurance 13Idg. Chicago.
,
'
other famous song birds Aunt

ATTOR EY-AT-LAW. Merry and a cold were almost insepara ROES i 7rFRUIT' : TREES FREE TUITION.... ;Jl


Key West, Florida. ble."I'm sorry, Bobbie," she answered, DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? porn The '

"but I cannot sing. I have a terrible \ HIGHE Y Florida ''''I
Will practice in the United Statesand cold." I SyT. ROFIT AND PLEASURE

State Courts. cold. he Citrus Trees at reduced prices. Are QUALITYLOWESTPRICES Agricultural ";
9jun05 "Never mind the Sing per w.,.. TO
budded at tlio ground on 4-year-old
sisted. Florida Rough Lemon stocks. t,000: ( of THK POMONA NURSERY College 'I i i

ALEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS &: SON, "But I cannot sing," the diva repeated them are Tardiff, others are Parson ID mipiiortml by grunt from Clue National novo
"there's a frog in my throat. Brown, Ruby, Tangerine, IIomosaHHa, .MACCLINNV FLORID nrniiiunt. All tiiltlim fr,,n ti> all students from "

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW "A frog in your throat the boy said : Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, ::iOo, FREIGHT? Wit will tell you What to plait and liouril Klorlilu.. with C>|wn fiiinllliin to nmlim, In anil tow tt.'.111I01"MUM..board Women al ;\A

JACKSONVILLE wonderingly, "then let the frog sing." each, $2(1.25: ( per 100. HOW to plant It. w. have MOM (Hull for f lu.iio "er month. A nuethexltiiy ,
: AND TAVABES, FLA. Life. Boone's Early &: Mott's Blood, Mte. In atock a full lint of everything needed in looatlon.tellegs| surgeon Ktlnnil all c
-Brooklyn .
.. ..
..
illnrl lm
Mllltiirv
.t'lflllllt" friie of nlinrK |>
ofd Will! continue In the courts .-, each, $tO per 100. PfEPUDiRBEAR THK GARDEN OR ORCHARD. der a Krniliuita or West 1'olnt. Knur uouriMi of
the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All Satsuma and Mandarin, 40c. each. Paoh Plum. : ": Pmwlmmon. rip. Instrnutlxn-A, Aiirlimltural, Mechanism. ., IjitlnHtilnntllta
SILK. :
business before SOc each. ]MuibcrrlH,Oran, and Bone .>" ou> Iwlwi. and Wen"""'*. Bnporlor anulpinentIn
the Lamb
United States and Orange,
State lj.lMir..torlim. (live iliticrmt. of 11. A. and ,
Circuit Courts will receive the in Paris has 86 Seedless Grape Fruit DOc. each, $40 O THK POMONA NURSERY A. II. BuNhuass| counts clvlim free I nut ruction
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. The Imperial library per 100.Also()(). ....1. .. Fl. .... In pemintnHlilii, -keaping| buslness law. ,
,. "
Clair white silk. and
Hliort hand
-Abrams. books printed on all of the varieties of peaches tyi'B-wrltlnic. telegraphy. "

Silk gl>)da) are said to take dyes more that are known to be best suited to this ___ _ __ ____ ___. Fall IH"". For tHrill oataloKun opens| giving Monday full' ( Information
: South Florida. section Including the u .H _ _ __ __ aililram,
E--: : ;; readily than any other fabrics.
HOUGUTON, in 1887 new Free Stone Orange poach, that. CLUTK., 1'rKnliltint, ae
Germany manufactured, originated In Orange; county, and Is the Lake City, Florlila. '
6,800,000 pounds of silkworth I', OO- best peach yet out for this section. 'I

DENTIST. 000.The I 1 JAMES MOTT, WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS
special
rearing of silkworms as a 'ORLANDO NURSERY, I'rop'r. SouthernRailway.
industry spread from China to India as '
Daytona, Florida. Winter Haven, Fla.
!
early as 1000 B. C. ,

As long ago as 1878 the silk industryin iI

:HODGES & GODFREY Italy employed 16,000 men 120,000 We Send it Free ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
women and 76,000 children. |"OaV. .'"OAV. iV-OKt.' t7Mt

Manufacturers The rearing of worms and manufacture TOWeak- THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWIHO BOOK OAKS DINING OARS What PEPPER'S i HERVIQOR Old I !
of of silk were completely broken up It sets (joworfnllr and CI ul air. Cur. wlien all I

in America by the Revolution. THOROUGHFARE: COACHES VZSTIBULED TBAIN other men rapovarynulltful fall. Y"unlfDl.n vllliir.meal j4b mat...I.manhoniti...ly CAto ..oM..
Mow Pine Men .....<< Our* Mcra_.... .>>.. IC.llty.
Lumber There is a shellfish in the Mediterranean ImD oteaeyJV Ir btly Ve.l..lnaa J- Power.. .
.
tither g'.Ill.a M.e.ry..YMtlaa D'
see
which produces a good quality of ...... and o l _,rrlac. .if uhu.5 or asaua
ROUGH manufactured NORTH EAST AND WEST. (ndU'cretea.. War". 0 ln0
A DRESSED, ilk. Fabrics have been .wuNhiw..uh.tlnn.
Young and Old. IKia't l I"t drtliliilM' IrnpuM on
Orange h_.niiiflt/lililii a.realer "'''. ln.liifconb T.
curiosities.In P'
Boa Heads, from it, but only as DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. Can"ICier '. .ICK"....... or ...n.1 E
according to the "Dictionary Rejoice With ns in the Discovery, bll oam.d la Y..'p "t._f repaid plum wrap.wi1Un -
Fruit
1887
Vegetable Crate I r box. tat with A. C
1 the United States manu : : st.e: O r mr m "J'lb.:
oilum delivered of Statistics A8HINGTON. d
at of Indian River DULY 21 HOURS JAOKSOHVILLBTOONLY ., .
part
any '
< Addri
*
7: :biiilfi5|' bill! ?t'l'nAnyo".'. contemplate factured 8,500,000 pounds of silk into When a man has Buffered for years 27 HOURS JAOK80NVILLE TO NEW YOBC. :&;7jfl jiCKUIV%t'Arz.1lt'l':!.. *. III.
nt"for Eat Coast would do well\ to of fabrics chiefly ribbon. with a weakness that bllght his life and
J.,T.* "_prices Ry.. The, It miles Sawmill Is situated on the various kinds finished robs him of all that really makes life SCUd Veetlfculed Train composed of LaUet Improved Pullman Sleeping Car. and Hotel Din Mold by J. B. Hcreven, only.

south of Palatka.Satsuma I After the cocoons have been worth living, If he can avail.I himself of..a tag Car through without chang to Washington, Baltimore ., -

UJ"h, Putnam co.,Fla. I the worms are killed by the heat either I complete cure, why not possess the Philadelphia New York and the Ease:
of steam or of hot water. If the insects moral courage to atop his downward

PineapPle were allowed) to escape, the value of the course. "THE CINCINNATI 9 FLORIDA LIMITED." ;: I

Orange and Lemon cocoons would be lessened We will send you by mall, ABSOLUTELY

Land For Sale Cheap.I The manufacture of silken gowns was All-Powerful FREE Dr., in HOFFMAN'S plain package VITAL, the Solid Taitlbalad Train. from Jaokaunvllto to Cincinnati via Everett: Atlanta and Cbattan-..

brought to perfection in London in 1688 RESTORATIVE TABLETS with a ONLY 24 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO OI50I5HATI.

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple through the efforts of a colony of French legal guarantee to permanently cure ONLY 25 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO LOUISVILLE.
laud On St. Lucie Protestants who had fled from their Dative Lost Manhood,Self-Abuse, Sexual Weakness
river a few miles below -
forever night Direct oonnectlon for CHICAGO CLEVELAND INDU.NAPOLI3. DETROIT: ST. P.AVLa
Eden, 40 of which being northeast land to avoid persecution. Varicocele, stops North and We... -
to intro- Emissions and all unnatural drains. Returns 4 all point ?11A0'T .
quarter efforts
of northeast James I made serious emaciated .. '"
of section
18, quarter sericulture in the American colonies. to former appearances THROUGH SLEEPING OARS JACKSONVILLE TO KANSAS: OITY OOPTHIOHT
: tOwnship 38, south of range 41 east; duce organs. WIof. ......
the other 40 1 I. the northeast He lent sand s bounty No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe decep- Without change, via Everett: Atlanta,Birmingham and M.mphlaONLY patnfnmetln.andnwx.adbooa* CO. Ht B.04I>W V. Maw Toad.
quarter offered ..._ la Aaa ai..y
would = esrertag pst.aW
of eggs to Virginia tion. If we could not cure, we .. ,
southeast of 46 HOURS TO KANSAS CITY. _eel by a a. -. befoewpJ
quarter of aectlon 3, for the product, but the cultivation not send our medicine Free to try and .el awlle.gtv.atneedoAareelalYa .

The nshlp 38, south of range 41 east. tobacco soon eclipsed the infant silk In- pay when satisfied. Write to-day, as ASHEVILLE ROUTE.Taromgb Bl...piii( Car daily Jacksonville. to fifte :

per above land can be bought for $10 dustry. this nay not appear again. ciaeinnatl. via AalurrUto, threocb the cfm .alll"iOW

acre. It Is aultable-for pineapple, Silkworms and their eggs wen *rd Address: Western ledlciu Company, "LAND OP THE SKY." y.w.1ad.Sehe.l ahna01 nr Hrattlto MBOT...,
Orange, lemon or lime in centurY Ntoeee wTuJi. r Yr i fe
Will be growing. brought to Europe who had Incorporated. KALAMAZOO Mich. For datelUd Informatkn M to rate, .obd. .lM, 1deepI. ear MrvaMoaa, Nil, apply 5ery vase--. ,ou.'a.-.! :...:. "
tah. sold !n lou of 40 acres, for of our era. A couple of monks mlaicnarles l agent ot tk*Bocmnui' RAILWAY or lu----' ,___..a-.......,.JI_ esk d".,.. _

per acre.otApply Thl.. land will soon be worth $.0 brought traveled away In China a quantity as of the eggs -What do you need In the way bill of L. A. SHIPVAjr, Tlorida Pasa A**., 3H West Bay.....*. JaokMmrUto, :VU.J.K.ODLT. .
and letter beads
Dote Idea
Wanted-ln
in envelope, S
to C. the cocoons) oonoea1ed statements tags cards eta f 'A. A. TURK, .. H. HAP. iDWIbI, =
B. Walton, ADVOCATE' I tnVi/walktag sticks.-Sfc Loafs Globe- bead shall, be glad to have a than of roar Tfed.l/.e.gw. 0.s..P..aLit. ....... e..J'a!_Aga.Webla :

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M '" INDIANRIVER ADVOCATE.A + total length of four-and-one-hnlf of THE ATTACK UPON CAPI Notice.A Ship Your _
solid cutting, four miles are completed .
.", ., and consldeinble amount of material TAL.

s I >.T. HLV JOimMAI DBVOTI.D TO TUB DB".""- moved on the last half mile. 'There remains the Governor letter having with reference been received to a call from of Fruits Vegetables Hides Skins Etc
I about 750 feet in length. of solid
Mr. Ounton in the November
1\ OPMBNT rrrKB INBIAN aiVBK, tullKB Ocorge the Ocala Board of Trade for a National ,,
WORTH AHttm'tWUVlTM SECTKVft.JPUBLIIWim cutting to.be done and a considerable number of OuntoB Magazine, has a Convention of Tobacco Growers and To the Reliable firm of -
amount' of deepening on the laat half vigorous article in which hn condemns
'I 1' Dealers, to assemble at Ocala on Jan.
: > EVERY FHIDAVCiiAH. mile. unsparingly what ke calls "The Anti- 12th 1811!) a meeting will be held at the A. O. GANDY & CO.
:' "We have been unable to secure the Capital Crusade," which was, in his. Court House on Satmttay the lUth inst. ,

Y"i' H. WALTr1Y&fllt'afdlPrnnkAar.. right-of-way the owners. of on the reasonable laud bordering terms/; Lake from opinion paign. ,Mr.Involved Uunton ia, perhaps Mr. Bryan's more cam than at 7.30 p. m. to discuss delegates the matter to said of I Merchandise Brokers and

, ;,. 4! Worth, and thin has been the chief'cause any other current writer, baa shown the sending Convention.a delegate It i is hoped or that the peo-
i I' lttre88 all oniwnxinloatiMi to of delay uptto this time. Inevitable economic drift toward the concentration and Mlrns will attend,
I'I.' f 'I, ''INB1.N1IUVEIt..DVOQ.t"11l "!'1 expect to secure the necessary land of capital, pointing out the as pie matters of La Grange of Importance will be brought Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Mercha
..II'J'p however condemnation
through pro-
beneficent
,i results that hnve already ac-
i'J'J 1 ,7y;'( f'' TZTUtnILLE _' ..4. ceedf or In some more amicable manner ci'ued. After a review of some of the before the meeting. G. CABY-EI.WEH,
10 Bridge Street Jacksonville\ Fla
,''I.oIio within a abort time and the work denunciatory utterances against trusts
Clerk.
1 I" 1'i ., ". will then bo completed without further which have lately been current, Mr\ REFERENCES: of Florida, llaker*: Holmes, Raymond 3s: Knight Smiths
'j \ the Town Council. any Railway
order of
By this
ol
Company,or Agent city.
delay. Is press
i j 'I'IJ'' '< Cbeck etc.,atay tiomtvle pnfuhle-trt CHJ.IU.EII t Uunton conclude as follows: "It
'\ ... "'\Te have' two dredges ready to startIn high tlmo that tills irresponsible fanningof
: i I r : E. AV.ALTor ,"ml>t4.h rj od proprietor
on Ulis.mt.? and owing to the large .
.1I. the flames of MMiial antagonism wan
I. : m' --- -- capacity of,.ur machines, It will D take stopped; that a higher' standard of intellectual Store For Kent.
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< long, to.'wtrueiect the Indian River with Integrity 'be established for the .CMckamauga Stable Company.
'J For rent, a two-story store, on best ..
1 jl I :' : I Foit the benefit- our advertisers: Lake Worth after the right-of-way is discussion of public questions even lu business corner in Titusville. For particulars .

.il '? .we- end out Christmas suppler, secured. the heat of political campaigns. Inquire of Tenn. 'Phone 3
f. t' ment this w ek' nste'Hl' of next.IF ""Fours truly "As in the case of the quotations we J. MAKION DIXON, Titusville Fla. Chattanooga,
I. '; r "GEontiK F. :MILES, ". have cited from theVoild, most writers TRIPS TO Lula Lake and Lula Falls, Lookout Point Point Park, S Su
,\1- I "President. and speakers know that much of what -' Rock Natural Bildge Telephone Rock Rock City and Village Chtckamnugv.

,' t"J I '".' amy of the ADVOCATE matters: The de+tire for gain is inherent they say about capital oppressing, the tary Park, National Cemetery, Mission\ Ridge, Bragg Tower, Phelu'g To
< ', ir I still'in doubt and interested in and i it public and trusts monopolizing' industries See These Prices Orchard Knob, Walden's Ridge
I it 'j, are are every men ; as usuallythe to the detriment of the community I
H ':,' ,in the IMillion value nf the Mover case where opportunity, offers, ia false. They know because the facts New Brick Stables, Eight and Chestnut Streets.

I tL '1'f':t :" ,fH dollar, 'they
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the lines of organized capital, but -------
..r.C, l the market of the few. Had the landowners highly
1\\ ( h ,II dividing quoted 'iperoun greed it luvolves it.' All studentsof
'. \\1 t j': ,..., ', ''by 'MfL3: <)29, which is: 'Die -on tthe borders of Lake necessarily economics and government( now know Strictly First-Class Budded W. B.: DAWSON

Ii ,,-\:' mint coining ,value. Thus when Worth been .imbued with sufficient that it is with and through these higher Orange Trees $:27.5O per ,

'' "' 1'. silver is quoted at
); .!L I'f"': fhJ"j L I" : ounce, dividing that figure icy gain for ttoq..public good, the canal the which great trusts 1ustrl&ldmprovement are bata(. single type of, that the 100 without Regard to Va- Wholesale

L "l.i i '1\!, $L2ft2' ,shows that the value d would, probably, have been long present century haw,come, and that the rieties. : : :

J\ 91 ,the d.U.d. 50-. .00.106..10. since completed, and a large ,number i more complex Industrial organizations: WINE & LIQUOR Q MERCHAN

v -- ---- of northern people would 'be.on are not the Incident,,but the iustruments Boo no's Early Pineapple King, Par-
of thin. onward movement. They HomaBausa
the East Coast with their great son Brown, Tangerine, Majorlca, -
a L1' it News,to 'hand at the ADVOCUITI' launches. yaChts know that the great cheapening of I Turd iff, St. Michael, Naval,
and wealth and multiplication of modem Im-
,M office,itbe this.tine weak'ctenraehip;, from England Alaska/I Corporatloi, like individuals, provements throughout\ the domestic Start's Seedless, Ruby and Jaffa Blood 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
says will sometimes, do wbjtffi- and social as well as Industrial life, May Bonan etc.
;' known IUI the greyhound, of ibelAtlwmtlc l while the things have been created by ,this very concen- Triumph, Walton and Seedless Grape Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Han
!!t b / ,'*' ,ihivs been purchased subjecting people atdarge trated Industrial organization. It l Is by Fruit. Villa Franca, Genoa and Blair ,
the ; by4 ,to' infinite*.harm and wrong-will\ this and this alone that during the

1I y i loll. crew gpanieh bas government.been sent t e England A .cause much profit to accrue .to thirty years from 18(50-02:( {); the purchasing SIcily Lemons. Every tree guaranteed Mexican and Florida Cigars.
a of the laborer's day'swoik true to name.
themselves but in this it power average
*ii ft\'ter\ ,hero. and .she will be used as a1transport ; case
increased 70 cent.
was per and freestone
would that the themselves Jewell Waldo single FANCY Gn.OCEnI] !
f I "r t seem people FINE
whatever
for The of for
troops' to JGba. "Any system propaganda, ;
Peach Trees, 4 to 0 feet, lOcta.
li are to blame, and that by which tries, through; social ,
Alu'kaWI.thoroughly overhauled' purpose WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwaids. I handle no Compound GoJ3T"
,the exercise little moderation, the class Japan Persimmons, Figs, Japan
: a prejudice to array laboring:
i'
} before her for Trade Solicited
taking departure Price List application. Your Jug
iu their demand, the Jupiter Jid against. the forces which in a single generation Plums, Roses etc. upon
/ Spl1 Jl... As Mateo mud several othtJrj ILoke-Worth-canal, have nearly doubled their powerto Address If you wish to open an account you must give flist-cliss city icfcren
I, K prominent .leaders of the Cuban inBurnection '-!, might soonbe command the benefits of civilization
sox fait accowjfti. which should receive GEO. H. WRIGHT ,_ u _
ti d :have been killed off, i is a social crime ,
1(i there. l be the anathema of all public spirited and OrlandoFla..
to
( hardly seems ; any necessity
p patriotic citizens. Nothing has contrib-
'# ,,11 to land ,more Itl1"OOps.in Cuba MIND YOUR":OWN BUSINESS.. uted so much to this vicious policy, New Fall Goods < /"
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notwithstanding the Ufak news which Is gradually undermining: the -

s, that is going the round of 'the 'pa-' stability of our institutions, as the uneconomic New York Dental Parlors ,
i I [Interference in matters that in and perverted attack upon
i iIif
+ pers.! ij.Qt way concern us, is one of the trusts and corporate industrial organ -

!' I i i growing' evils of the age. We pay,, ,zations." An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept
:, like the article Air. Gunton
j sandy state ours In another remarks amr
far.too much attention to the faults
',' !i ; use of the widest possible tines for :' "General Stores:" DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HA1
:
G 'i vehicles that travel the and foibles our .neighbors, forgetting "It is. difficult to believe that the ,
on country that.we have! plenty of our, people of the United fctatea can be
1 ? roads should be universal besides industrial Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt
; eniluenced to revolutionize our CLOTHING Etc
t most dot our spare'time. ,
f lessening th work' of the draft ani-'! .own..to occupy vrfth and political Institutions under the shipping. One can depend to get good value for

'I 4w mal that hauls loads through the Not-content + managing' Influence of a doctrine Whose only foundation Permanently Located.Nearly money. We Sell to Dealers only.Some .
our own alfairs, we must pry''into
and economic
is social prejudice) opponlte State Bank of Florida.
Jvi ; heavy ...I1H1. the wide tires would .
; those':,.f our friends .and acquaintances superstition.\ At No. 1 1 East Bay Street. "Special Bargains" in HATS UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTIUN\
form which continuo
never ruts Try
"' becouae probing tato-their every action ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-.
ous use! deeper and deeper,
# .with the aid of the to-our. MUST BE SOLD, to make space, 100 solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
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until ft le< impossible!: to haul .more Price win be Follow:
i eelvea-auiimpeachable; ,searchlightof : Tons of Cotton Seed Hull. ashes.. Price Gold ............ ......... .S 1.00&np:
R! than bull load time POLLAK & CO.
7 A at a ; :; and our-own, whdoex, ',.-nd inventing $24:! per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville.. Oilier Flllinga.... .. .. ....... ... ./10 to 1.00( ,
+ moreover, the wheels would act to & Co. Plate.... ...... ..,.... .............. ..alto 10,011
I delightd iroprobalbleitheories,, Little Bros. Fertilizer Phosphate Full Beta(very best).*..... ....,..w. 12.00 to 13.00 32. 34.& 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, F
u a certain extent: afit roller. in keepIng intentions. Jacksonville, Fla.
to their'motives) and : Irregularities coirected.'
11' the roads hard and amootrb. --
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This U especially noticeable in r, g- Your patronage! solicited.
1 This is a matter that ia well worth small towns, where !the most private 1TKTWEEN MIAMI AND F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. JAMES: PRTCJIARDPresIdent, ; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President;
the attention of all the residents Phone 071. Jacksonville, Fla.
+ affafrs of others area favorite C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
NASSAU.:
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t a state where a much-traveled road topic of eanversatiun,
becomes, after a time, well nigh invariably knowing much INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN}

+ impassible for a deoontly ,heavy] ,, more about these mattersrthan veny the The:Nassau Guardian of the 28th ult.says J. S.S JOHNSON CO.
r ,, load. I :: ,
,I interested parties tbem.4lves. It "
lUformnl. meeting of the membersof ......, Manufacturers of (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
1 U .is sad to think that the ..majorityof beth'branches of the legislature was

ttI'I THE advent of the xnoto-cycle people have so little to.!occupy convened by Ills Excellency. Sir' Wm. F. ...Fishing Supplies.... "_",,,: Authorized capital, $100,0(

; will still further usurp the place ,their'minda' ,; that they have to resort Jlaynefrttrnith, K. C, M. O., at Government .., Paid up capital $25,0(

1 + 9 hitherto filled by the horse. A to gossip for amusement, without House, Thursday last, for the ,,.. Average deposits, $160,0(
t I trial made from purpose of considering matters In connection &.. -
trip was recently the trouble. .
ever taking ito ascertain with Southern steam service.
t London to Brighton, Knglanda if there is a grain of truthin. Hi Excellency, after some prefaxatoryiemarks ; ;-- .' Transacts'a General Bank!

1 ; distance of about sixty mile*- ., or the slightest foundation for, referring to the object.; the

l j rl r with all sorts, and conditions of their statements ; going to any meeting, submitted .tlllf.' following for Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, Business,
i'' ,i cycles-some propelled by oil and consideration: : .. Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc Fishing K
create sensation
length to a ithey '
j others, by electricity. The 1. The.tlesirability'for a Southern Tackle of every Description; Hooks, '; '; Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rl1!
.performance take an almost fiendish:delight in steam .ervk> and the aceptance of the Lines Rods, Reels Sinkers Baits etc.
''l. .
of the new-fangled carriages : watching,the spark> they have ignited steamer City of Monticello. KST TARPON TACKLE A SPKCIAI.TT.! .. __ Exchange: Bolii on all Foreign Countrlet

1 was very creditable, considering suddenly /rburst into dame, 2. The hiydng of buoys In the North- ,.
i t it their first west passage, to mark the > channel Baltimore, .- Md. DIRECTORS:
was attempt; and, spread aver the whole com whloh the steamer would, ....( i'1
BAUI-
through cross J AS.PRITCHARD,'V.B. ----
and it is probable that when this munJt.Y.'Ve are..wont to Lear ,the the banks" of the National Bank of Jacksonville),JOUKKKB .

+ means of locomotion Is perfected wildest theories (put forward, .by 3. The renewal of the lease of No. S ..J. H. MENSING.. ( ), -and resident W. M.National BsOWY.h )lianlJacknonvllle .

the, genus horse, will gradually people who have ,no grounds. what Warehouse and premises. h CORRESPONDKNT8.Seaboard .

diminish in numbers until it finally ever far their' suppositions, which, While there was not a dissentient Wholesale and Retail- National Bank of New York .
k voice raised M to the desirability of '''Ka, v National Bank of Jackaonville.\
from the ranks its
disappears while\ttey\ are ami>alng to, some, steam communication, with Florida,
mission on earth being superceded must "be excessively annoying 'to there was considerable discussion upon COMMISSION MERCHANT. '1"I".rUSVILLE, .FLA.

1: ''tF by the progress and practical use others who are not:and of having, the proposition.for buoying the passage
i S of scientific on account of the expense that wouldbave d Dealer In -
knowledge. -
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their i 'ri>vate affairs paraded i n I to be IncurwHl. The Governor ex- ,

1 1t public. These (Umy-fcodies (have! :pressed himself .in a very determined Butter
Poultry, Eggs, Fruit Vegetables
t ; JUPITER AND LAKE WORTH probably''' no thought of doing, manner In regard; to the necessity that etc. Consignments solicited., MIAMI -

harm ; as; a ,xule their minds are appeared to him I to exist for .the proposed Prompt and honest returns guaranteed +
U'I' CANAL. steamer to .cross the BahamaJanks Market and stencils furnished
not large enough to cause. them to quotations
i after paaeing'theGull'' from Miami
f ; iII interest themselves! in matters which would be the port of departure on on application. .

,I!) The long delay in the completion which fall outside of their immediate the.Florida coast, and stated that he was 219 WEST ADANS ST.,

In i of 'the canal between Jupiter and surroundings, and their inventive utterly opposed to such a steamer being Phone 700. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Town Lots Now on Sale
Lake Worth has been the subject is employed for an entirely ocean route.
't1 ability obliged to find
i : Jt; was eventually agreed by a major- Reference: State Bank of Florida.
of many complaints and the ADVOCATE vent in some direction. IJj, fortunately ity t.. support a vote of a sum not
f I. ) has received many letters it almost invariably followsthe exceeding ;504), which was estimated

+ throwing blame upon the Florida direction ,of their neighbors would t>e the cost of laying: the buoys 3 KutabllihMl 188.1. n A. E, KINGSLEY General Agent For

i Coast Line Canal and Transportation that would be required on the Banks, ,
l business and the uJual1y.un.eharlt.! oltlion:tJr. a motion to mike the amount L. BARBOT & CO.
d'r Co., Stating that the work is able dissection of the characters of 300: wan also proposed.The Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle

i being indefinitely postponed with a those they are pleased to call their Jat b proposition, in regard. to the
1 a view to keeping out competition friends. The once popular theory renewal, rf" the lease of :r.... ;:1 l property, General Commission.
and maintaining a for wa negfetlvml"" upon the fettling of the CHOICE
I' a monopoly that gossip is the exclusive prerogative members sat the House being tested. BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
the Florida, East
Coast
Railway of the weaker so-called 'a..a aja
sex ( ) His ExceUomcy Intimated that the Secretary a y
,t'' '1 Co.. Judging however, by the fof- has long since exploded! ; the "lord of State! would, notwithstanding, f C7 c::> c a ::8 aed 8. ] all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
1 ; lowing letter, received from the of creation" just be ,asked to _nsent to a grant: from the i3 :;;} -
l are as to
prone
t, president and.general manager of this very unprofitable form of en Crown the lease Funds for another to meet year,the so payment cuavinced of -.13.s...- .". A.r.3- 15 Fruit and Vegetable Lands on

1 $ the'company, Geo.'F. Miles, Esq., ployment of the intellect as the was he of the advisability of retaining cr.r l\Iiomi. River and> Biaen311e.f" '
I it would seem that the company is ladies, the only difference that we the control of the premises the inter- 329 & 33 1 Poydras St., Boy

I 'j j doing its beet to complete the have been able to observe in a so. eoU of good order at the time of landing) NEW ORLEANS LA. Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
( ;\ work, and that the fault lies with of passenger from the mull steamer Main
: far somewhat limited experience: ( Canal hank.REFERENCE Office Hotel Miami FLORIDA.
( the landowners the borders of The steamer Cl.tfof Monticello, which 11 Metropolitan Bank. MIAMI
on ,
being, that whereas every woman has been offered a* the vessel to perform ( Commercial. Agenclc ,
Lake} Worth, who refuse to convey I is a :martyr to the disease, we occasionally the proposed Southern steam service, ,it: -
the right-of-way on 'reasonableterms. will be remembered, was. engaged In a -
very occasionally- similar capacity some fears ago, when mr: If you need any job printing, we
)'r Mf'y President find a man.who holds it in supreme she ran between Jacksonville and Ya .- hall be pleased to get a share of It. FLORIDA CHILL AND TONIC
: SMlles'letter reads
asa 'FEYER
contempt and acts accordingly.There sau. Since then she lisa undergone .
follows t is an excellent: rule which, repairs, and Is represented to be suitable w LLz3.toclXnta;

"F. C. L. C. & T. Co., if followed, Acts as a sort of antidote for' th. service, both as to speed and Every Bottle
I accommodation for passengera. Ia every section at once to sell staple Warranted to Care Case of'GhiI.ls & Feier,
N' ,i "ST. AVOUSTINE:, FLA., to this peculiarity, and that is good dealers; no peddling; experience any .

1 (I ,Dec. 10, 18t/J.( to believe only half you see and 'make unneeMMry; best side line. .7 .OO a Or
:, 4k VCA .&.'H.-WvUon nothing that you .bear. and there MUST BE SOLD, to cpMC, 100 month telarj and ,,expense or' large Money Refunded. -'
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Ety ;ITitutviUti! : .
Tons of Cotton Seed Dall...... .",Price cottoiiMloa nade. ,Addrea.with 2 cent
{' r' "D ar Mr.-In reply to'jour_ enquiriesgardlac may then* be some chance of arrivingwithin '24 per ton, f. 0. b. JaokaoTtUe.LUU .I tamp for seated particular,Clifton Soap H. R. THOMAS

i ;'F ( *&. canal bstwera Jupiter and a measurable distanceof Bro Fertilizer 4k Phosphate Co., sad Manufacturing Company Cincin Chemist 'and Druggist,

4i'' etM J+.otttr,9l:bee to say Fbat ,oat of.. the truth. JaoktoaviU, p1!*. sad Ohio. La Villa. Jacksonville Fla.
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Fresh Meat. slid' Fresh Fruits and Vegetables of All Kinds also kept constantly on hand. Mail orders Has a Fine Display of NOVELTIES In NECKWEAR, JKWELKBY, Etc., '{

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,:I the soft and holy twilight of this life( w. .It today The Joy that fills our wedded hearts transfigures us today 1
Q a Beneath the balls of Chrlctmos time a trifle old aid gray As we with resignation tread,the gentle-Master's way : '
o : t Yes.side by side, your hand li> mine,good wif, we sit and a.e A"ebondlnbagdw.Jouereytothebrlgbtestofallcllm.I .. I
':I ,/' Beyond'tho portal. of the past full many a Christmas trie. While ring for all In every land the blessed Christmas chimes.Tbe .. r.q

; flrel Ight tlrow.lta ruddy glow upon your cherished (ac.. He ha. guided us. tbe'Master;thro1 darkness and the storm ; y1i
t Aod Lov.. the ardent lln>n.r, lidi to It a saintly grace) 'TIsTrust that lirteth up the beqrt.'tle Love that keeps It warm: J
.. t While from the village. n..UIIIIIIIa bird In yonder glen. Beyond the Christmas threshold, not so very far away,
M 'Co.:). { )' The bells ring out the melody of ""Peace I good will to men I" Lies the sunburst of HI. proiqlse of the Everlasting Day

w m ,. I oft recall that Christmas In the golden long ago Each Cbrlstmas we renew the lov. which never growetb old a rt ,
a '" \5 : When sweetly rang the mirthful bells across the fleecy snow. Tbe bells ring out the story first by serapb voices told uv
:. And side by side we stood within the chapel far away When Mary b.nt above her babe amid the fragrant hay {
; f l"t And blushjngly I kissed my bride that peaceful Christinas.day. And all the choirs of Heaven sang for earth's first Cbrlstmas daY. +.. Z

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y I long t* see th. children with lh.fr laughter, song and glee/ -, : ; .
n.v.r.hall foray
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We look.< ahead to happy Um. : Tbey cannot com. a whit too soan nor stay too long for mat "
bells I think I see you yet
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homeward rid. behlod and for Cbrlstmas cannot I bring ta me from all Its gifts of bliss ''a:
nestle good worm. e
IsTo tho.101111) bo.ld. m.-wife,you A ,better than llttl. e N ) If i
:: e j that morning to the farm. swe.ur present a prattl.r's kl** i
f And all the oelghbors welcomed you e'.
:: .ov.q.mll.d upon that unlan. dear. A llttl.while and you and t will frog tha old, hausa go. A ..'
; It to m. that H Ta slumber where the roses bloom,where falls th. n..CY.I)4NI' '1Thehttl.Silageonthefarmswe.teblidngeenseteebe.ri .' "
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:Q q'x And on. bit on. they slipped they away call).ta visit u. at h. ).. And wa may spend together,wlfa.next Chrl.ema.Daylg".0.,..,. '. .' ,I'
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a 1:a \ \ today, as oft of old to sit around the hearthAnd But you and I eve ready wig I w. bavo naught to ,e.r .'
II come
':I .I 4 They old I folks I happy with their love and stainless. minI And.we'll make this Christmas a tin), of right good ebaart 1t /
A \ \ MttkTuS 1II.torm the b.u" with l.-8h sad ehlldlsh glee. Pel.rneleve' and gratitude sbaii throw' a radiant sljormground ; ,

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r : y .. "{ -$ .INDIAN ;RIVER ADVOCATE. 4joua total length of four-and-one-half of TIIK ATTACK UPON CAPITAL Notice.A Ship Your _
rl solid cutting, four miles are completed
'1 and considerable amount ot r matei'lalmoved .
the last half mile. ''There letter having been received from
remains Hides
l''''..KLY /Aii. DBVOTVD TO ramOPMBMT DeTBL'i on. Fruits Vegetables Skins Etc
about 'lid feet In of lIolldcuttlnJt the Governor with reference to a call of
'i length
,I ( orrvwn I ".IAH 8188, tuutB Mr. George Ounton, In the November ,
the Ocala Board of Trade for a National
be done and considerable ,'
to a
i '.OBTJ"JfI'HCAYBAYeE' ( Jf"i number of Gunton's Magazine, has a
r and Reliable firm of
Convention of Tobacco Growers To the -
Gf the last half
amount deepening on vigorous article In which\ ho condemnsunspat'ingly
mile. what be, calls "The Anti- Dealers, to assemble at Ocala on Jan.
; PUULIMIBID EVERY FUIDA.V.CIIAS. 12th 18117!> will be held at the &
i ? ,. 1 "We have been unable to ecI1re the Capital Crusade," which was, in hU a meeting A. O. GANDY CO.
Court House Satui' the 10th inst. ,
: reasonable terms from on toy'
right-of-way on opinion, Involved IB Mr. Bryan's campaign
" < H. W.o..EcU.se PmNdeAtr.k the owners of the laud bordering Lake Mr. Ounton, perhaps more than at 7.30 p. m. to discuss the matter of Merchandise Brokers and
I Worth, and tills has been the chlet.call so any other current writer, baa shown the sending a delegate or delegates to said.
.I". of delay upto this time. I inevitable economic diift toward the Convention. It Is hoped that the people
A""re.u all oomMintcathwa todlrh' concentration
/ ."I expect to secure the necessary land, I of capital, pointing out the of La Grange and Mime will\ attend, Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Mercha
f / 'INB&IRIUVERADVOC.kT ::, however, through condemnation proceedings beneficent results that: ; have: a'.,,eady ac- as matters of Importance will be brought
! i! r f'' 'TITU".ILL.J'-/OII. or In some more amicable manner ciued. After a review of some of the before the meeting.
,'I""S'I f within .a short time: and the work denunciatory utt.ea'ances1Kalnllt trusts G. CABT-ELWES, 10 Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fia
A :,\\I I will then completed without further' which have lately been current, Mr. Clerk.; REI"EREXCE8Stlte: Bunk of Florida Baker& Holmes, Raymond & Knight, Bcmtlier
9 ,t'v',, '' delay. Gunton -conclude as follows: "It in By order of the Town Council. press Company,or any Hallway Agent 01 thin city.
4Y''I Checketctrg'ha.darleptdgatbleteOlwu.EN" "We have" two dredges ready to startIn .
: high time that thin Irresponsible fanningof
H. V"'TON.bW..IltIlr..d)
t., IA/ proprietor
I. on UIiH.'Out, and owing to the large the (lames of aortal antagonism was -
y t 'r( ', -- - capacity, of'.ur machines, it will not take stopped; that a higher. standard of Intellectual Store For Kent.
,, 'h', f'k, long I .to'/iQect the Indian River with integrity be established for the Stable Company
',. 'If I is For rent, a two-story store on best .Chickamauga ....
I FOR the t enefit- our advertisers Lake Worth after the rlgUt-of-way discussion of public questions, even lu ..
business in Titusville.\ For particulars -
j we-send out our >CnrlstniH8 1W1P1JleT secured. the heat of political campaigns. corner
It .t{ of Term. 'Phone
inquire
"Vours truly Chattanooga, :0
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"As in the case of the quotations we .
V t this ek nstelttl of
merit
: w next. J. MARION DIXON Tltusvillo, Fla.
1 "OUORGK F. MlLIM, have cited from the World, most writers Falls Lookout Point, Point
"'I+ i&J'' TRIPS TO Lula Luke and Lola/ Pink, Si\
; tit, (j "President.\ and speakers know that much of what -- Rock. Natural Bridge, Telephone Hock, nock City and Village, ChlckaniaugataryPaik
I 'r' y; IF amy of the ADVOCATE< rwnkiers: The d elre for gain is Inherent they say about capital oppressing' National Cemetery, Mission Ridge, Bragg Tower, Phelp'g T..

Nt 11: are' still 'dn doubt, aed are inteitatd in every man ; and, as ia usuallythe public to and the detriment trusts monopolizing'of the communityis Industries See These Prices ::1 I Orchard Knob, Walden's Ridge.

] edin the bullion virtue of the silver case, where opportunity offers, false. They knw.( because the facts New Brick Stables Eight and Chestnut Streets.

':;, ,,.t I dollar, 'they can .figure; it out for( the profit and convenience of the are so easy of aco MS,1(tbat the trend of For 30 Days Only t SAM. W. DIlLS, Manager:

I li a !' 't themselves aft 'any time by siioply many- ueoumbs temporarily,the Industrial Improvement, Is not only along .
the lines of highly; organized capital, butIt ---
i. i dividing the ,.quoted market, cp-er greed of the few. Had the landowners necessarily Involves it., ;All students
+ ou'noe.1by' ; USOZ'J, which is
mint coining .value. Thus, when Worth bean imbued with sulHoient that It is with and through these higher Orange Trees $27. O per ,

I d silver<< ia quoted nt tl V? t ounce, dividing that figure ''by gain for tbq.public. good, the canal the which great trusts IndustrialilmprovemeDt are but'a sIngle. type of, that the too without Regard to Va- Wholesale

I'' w N $1.2f'2!. shows that the value ,--ef would, probably, have been long present century haH
V f''f the dollar is 5 -66.100-eentA. since completed, and a large .number more complex Industrial, organizationsare ; WINE & MERCHA1!
of northern, people would .be.onthe not the incident,.but the Instruments Doono's Early, ;Pineapple, King, Parson LIQUOR

l 'EIS East t (Coast with their yudhte of this great; onward movement. They Brown, Tangerine Majorlca, lIoma-
v ; Nenwirto! hand at the ADVOOUITIoHJoe know that the great cheapening of
satiHa, Tardily St. Michael Naval
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and launctHs.I .
M wealth and multipUciitlon of modern Improvements -
this
t :,:1, nays ,,too !.fine weak.-ctearosfaip;: from. England Alaska,,';I Corporations, like individuals, throughout: the domestic Stark's Seedless, Ruby and Jaffa Blood, 1 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
will sometimes do things wb.ld1- and social, as wen an Industrial life, May Donart, etc.

1'' % Atlantic k no win a,"*e? ,ihivfl-"greyhound.been purchased of the'by' I while subjecting the people at large trated have been industrial created organization.by .this very, It concen-is by Fruit.Triumph Villa, Walton Franca and, Genoa Seedless and Grape Blair Floe old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Hana

the (Spanish A ito' infinite harm and wrong-will this and this alome that during the
government. Span much to from 1800-02) the purchasing Sicily Lemons.; Every tree guaranteedtrue .
4 If ich crew aai I1-A been sent ta Englandafter ouuse/ profit accrue to thirty years Mexican and Florida Cigars.
t of the laborer's to
l (themselves; but in this case .it power average day'swork name.
E m; S her, and-she will be used /as a was Increased 70 per cent.
Jewel1Valdo: and single freestone
Would 'that the themselves
I ? il, transport for troops to Cuba. TheAlaska seem people "Any system of propaganda, for what- JCTI1V3BWHISKEYS FANCY G-ROCEllIE
fr Peach Trees 4 to C(I feet lOcts.
,
and
to blame that'by
"IT are
ever which tries, through social
i > overhauled purpose
'tk thoroughly I ,ifiie exercise a little moderation, prejudice, to array the laboring class Japan Persimmons, Figs", Japan from $2.00 Per Gallon upwauls./ I handle no Compound G\
4 before 'taking her departure for, iu their demands, the Jupiter and against the forces which In a dingle; gen- Plums, Roses! etc. aar- Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

Spain., Aa Maceo ud several" othor Lake[ ,Worth-canl, soonbe eration have nearly doubled their powerto Addl'essGEO. you wish to open an account you must give first-class city retort
l prominent leaders of the Cuban Insurrection might / command the benefits of civilization,
have been killed off( nun fait accoit>}fli. Is a social cl'ime which should receive H. WRIGHT -- -- -
the anathema of all public and
spirited
i there hardly: seems to be any necessity -' Orlando, Fla.
patriotto citizens. Nothing has contrib-
F 1 r to land more .troops,.in Cuba MIND YOUR 'OWN BUSINESS. uted BO much to this vicious policy, New Fall Goods
'I notwithstanding/ the "fakd" news which ia gradually 'undermining the c.-

*{j that.is going the round of 'the i pa.|' [Interference In (matters that i in stability\ of and our perverted institutions attack as the upon uneconomic New York Dental Parlors ,

I l per ne,way concern ,us, ia one'' of therywing trusts and corporate industrial, organizations

t .,i'' i1 Iw ,a andy'state like ours the # evils of -tbu age. We pay,, In another." article 2Ir. Gunton remarks An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept t
t .atop much attention to the faults

fli vehicles use of the that widest trl&ve.l.on possible the tines country for y, and foibles.of our.,neighbors, ,forgetttag -, "It is: difficult to believe that the "General Stores:" DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS, HA

{N 1 ., that,we lhave plenty of our, people of the United States can be
'& i 4 roads shouldbe' universal;; besides own Ao occupy moat .of _our spare' enfluenced to revolutionize our industrial CLOTHING Etc Our prices are very reasonable, and we are promp);
e lessening. the work of tile draft anl-'! tim Not-content '' and political Institutions under the shipping. One can depend to get good value for
\ managing'
'Ip t mal that hauls loads through the Influence of a doctrine Whose only foundation Permanently Located.
money. We Sell to Dealers
1 our.o..n affairs, we must 'into only.Some .
and
pry Is social prejudice! economic
heavy "BIEHl, the' wide tires would ; Nearly opponlte State Bank of Florida.
lr, 14 1 never form ruts which, 'Tiy continuous thoee*,.f our frie dand acquaint- qporstltlon.! At No. 11 1 1 East Bay Street. "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTI11

become and aneao, probing iifto-their every action ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-
t amt! deeper deeper,
1 ,,\vdth the, aid of the toourselveeunimpeachablo MUST BE SOLD, to make space, 100 solate\ Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
until it i is Impossible to haul .more Price will be M Follow:
y earch-light Tons of Cotton Seed 1111 ashes. Price
f, rl k than half a load at a (time,: and Goldrllllngs. .$ 1.00&up POLLAK & CO.
( of our..own wiafloev, '!trad/ inventing $24 per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. Other ../ROtol.Ofl ,
t J 4. moreover, the wheels would act to Plate... .... gootolO.OO
Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., v
dellglittfiully iiuprabiible.tlieorics'asto < 32 34 & 36 W. Jacksonville F
St.
tat Full Sots(very beet) .. 12.00 to 13.00 Bay ,
a certain extent: as !rollers in keeping their\) motives and :intentions. Jacksonville, Fla. Irregularities! corrected. _
tt the roads hard and smooth:
'This is especially'no jceable in r, J53T": Your patronage solicited.F .
I 'i? This is It matter that Is well worth small:to+ ns, where '!tthe .most private BETWEEN MIAMI AND ,. A. HENLEY D.D.S., Manager. JAMBS PBITCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN, 'Vice-President;
', a ll the attention of all the residents of affair' : of others 'area favorite NASSAU. Phone 071. Jacksonville, Fla.. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
i a state where a much-traveled road
I topic of conversation'tbe.outsiders'
j becomes, after a time, well nigh

4 x t f I l'g Si g impassible for a decently .heavy i more invariably about, these knowing mattersthan veny much the Tl> :Nassau Guardian of the 28th ult. J. St JOHNSON CO. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
1 ''ri : 'load.
r..; W 11i' f interested parties tJsem 4lves. It say:: ,
1'l 1 J 1( ;j jj I iis sad to think that the majority An,iVaformnl meeting of the membersof -t Manufacturers of (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
i both branches of the legislature
fit I j '",j TUB advent of the moto-cy-ele; at people have so little ,to- occupy convened by Ills Excellency, Sir Wm.was F. ..Fishing Supplies.... _?-: Authorized capital $100,0(
'; ;:II "u! will still further usurp the place .their'minda' that] they hav to, resort Haynefrtfintth, K. C, M.- G., at "Govern- "' Paid up capital $25,0

't":, \ r 11t:''tI; t ,d hitherto filled by the .horse. A to gossip for amusement, without ment (House, on'Thursday last, _tor the Average deposits, $150,0(

.; .; 1\ ;:\ ,''t! trial trip was recently made from ever taking the trouble ito ascertain purpose with of considering a Southern matters steam service.In connection BANK

.'i 'I t! :\\I London to Brighton, }Kngland if\there is a grain of truth III. Excellency: after some prefjuratory .r.-. Transacts'a General Ml

j 4> I. a distance of about sixty miJea- In or the slightest foundation! for, remarks.referring to the object of the _

., 5 t kW'9' with all sorts, and conditions of their statements ; going f ,to any meeting, submitted ';the,,. following, for Cotton and Linen Netting;, Rope, -._ : Business.
t r < cycles-some propelled by oil and oon81de1at.l : Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc Fishing ,.
L j 1-1 length to create a sensation, \they B
1. The desirability for Southern '
I ts,,1; I 'I'i others, by electricity. The )performance take an< almost .fiendish:delight in steam service> and the acceptance a of the Lines Tackle Rods of every Description; Hooks, ; Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Ri
.. 1 Reels Sinkers, Baits, etc.
: '' I. of the .
I j it I new-fangled carriages watching.the ,pArk( they .have ignited steamer City of Monticello. !US" TARPON TACKLE A SPECIALTY. Exchange: Bold on all Foreign Countrlw!!
I .1 : : 1..lt was very creditable, considering suddenly burst into dame, :'i. The laying of buoys In the Northwest

'r' ,j.. :/ .. .. ,1 it was their first attempt; antI spreadover the whole com passage whack, the to steamer,mark the would channel Baltimore Md. DIRECTORS i
through
; ";i and it is probable that when this are.wont cross J AS,PRITCHARD.B,BAnNETT(1'Rtldof (
munity.. We to hear .ithe the banks. )
I :/ J the National Bank of Jacksonville\
t means of locomotion is perfected wildest.;; theories !put forward, .by 3. The renewal of the lease of No. 3 ..J. H. MENSING.. DDRKKB (Vlce-Preelclent National BrJackHonville
I I and W. M. BROWX.
:'i I i" : the genus, horse, will gradually people] who have.no. ground what. Warehouse and premises. H ) .

I t I ; ; tl diminish in'numbers until it finally ever for their,suppositions, which, voice While raised there as was to the not desirability a dissentient of Wholesale and Retail- f,, R National COKBE8POJJDEST8.Seaboard Bank of New Tort
; from the ranks its i "' National Bank of Jacksonville.
I' disappears ,1
r while\tL\ are amusing to some, steam communication with Florida,
: )1 mission on earth being superceded must -tHI excessively annoying to hero; was considerable discussion upon COMMISSION( MERCHANT 1 I".rUSVILLE9 .FL A-.

I;: ,; Lt! by the progress and practical use others: who are,notifond of having, the proposition ifor buoying tbe passageon ,
t 1 fl z1 j Cf scientific account of the expense that would :
\ j'l :! knowledge. their iwiwate: anaira paraded in .have to be ineurmad. The Governor ez- -) Dealer in (- -

f public. These ,y-bodie8 i have) ,ipressed himself. a very determined

i JUPITER AND LAKE WORTH probably' no thought of doing manner In regard ,to the necessity that ables Poultry, etc., Eggs Consignments, Butter, Fruit solicited., Veget- MIAMI -
to him ito exist for the
appeared
harm as'rule, their minds pro-
; are Prompt and honest returns guaranteed. *
steamer to the
p550(1. cross Bahama
CANAL.
not large enough to eau e them to lionks after passingithe, Gulf from Miami, Market quotations and stencils furnished
interest themselves matters ",licit would be the port of departure on on application.
jf t The long delay in the completion which fall outside of their i in mediate the.Florida coast, and stated that he was 210 WEST ADANS ST.,

or the canal between Jupiter and surroundings, ana their inventive utterly opposed to such a steamer being Phone 700. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Town Lots Now oil SaleA.
1 employed for an entirely ocean route.
'I Lake Worth has been the subject ability is obliged to find
,tl was eventually agreed by a major Reference: State Bank of Florida.
z a ; 'f- of many complaints! and the ADVOCAIK direction.
tt vent in some Unfortunately ity tt} support a vote of a sum not
r ; 1 has received many letter it almost invariably follows exceeding JWO;:; which was estimated
I throwing blame upon the Florida the direction of their neighbors would be the coat of laying the buoys I7E.tabll.hed 1883. n E. KINGSLEY General For
I Coast Line Canal and that would be required on the Banks, Agent
Transportation .
business and the uncharitable ,
usually
S aUhou k motion make
the
,. a to L.
amount BARBOT & CO.
tl, Co., Stating that the work i is dissection of the characters of 300 was also proposed. Tuttle

1 being Indefinitely postponed with a those they are pleased to call their The Jaab proposition, In regard to the Mrs. Julia D.

'Q a view to keeping out competition friends. The onee popular theory renew ill .rf the lease of X... :3 property, General Commission.
l and maintaining a monopoly for was negatived upon the fettling of the CHOICE
exclusive
is the
that BUSINESS
gossip prerogative members .*t the House fating tested. rpq'e AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
r' the Florida. East Coast '
; Railway of the weaker ex (so-called) | Ills KxceUoacy intimated that the Secretary i ran U2 y .el t--, .23
i I +; i Co.. Judging, however, by the fof has long since exploded ; the "lordsof of State, would, notwithstanding, 'g; b0 a7 g as as & all parts of the Town. Selecte
r it lowing letter, received from the creation" are just as prone to be asked to consent to a grant :from the """ ....a-- Aot cod.s.s Carefully
1 president and general Crown Funds to meet the payment: of laQ. Fruit and Vegetable
othe'company form of FA. Lands
manager this .
i very unprofitable em. the lease for Another year, so convinced ., '.:Icr.a on
r Geo.'F. Miles, Esq., ployment of the intellect as the was he of the advisability of retaining l\Iinn a j it would seem that the company is ladies, the only difference that we the control of the premises In the jnter- 329 & 331 Poydras St., and Bay :BisenY"
doing Its best to the _> ts of good order at the time of iJr: Correspondence Solicited
complete have been able to observe in a so'ur landing NEW ORLEANS LA. from Actual In. tnr. And S"ttlers.l
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''a ? f work and that the fault lies '41 passengers from the mall steamer.
i :with
somewhat limited experience: Canal Main Office Hotel : : !
the The steamer Cltf of Montloello, which ( linnk. Miami .MIAMI FLORIDA .
REFERENCE
land-owners the borders }
on oi.Lake being, that whereas every woman has been offered as the vessel to perform. ( Commercial Metropolitan Bank. ,
j t I' ; Worth, who refuse to convey Is a martyr to the disease, we occasionally -, the proposed Southern steam service, M Agencle
t t'I the right-of-way on 'reasonable occasionally will be remembered, was engaged In a -
' l !tt'' terms.; very collar i capacity some years ago, when !rr If you need any Job printing, we
1 who holds it in
ODd! a uan supreme she ran. between Jacksonville\ and Nas mal be pleased to get a share of It. FLORIDA
1 r1 'It1 d President Miles' letter. reads as contempt and acts accordingly.There sau. Since then sb* has undergone CHILL AND FEVER, TONIC.

r ] y follows ; la au' excellent rule which, repairs and Is represented; to be suitable Wa13.tOd-. :
,"F. if t followed Acts .a a sort of anti. for the service, both as to speed and Man.Ia .
y. j C. L. C. & T. Co., Every Bottle
r f "ST. AUGUSTINE:, FLA., dote to this peculiarity, and that is accommodation! for passenger every l section; no at peddling once to sell staplegoocIatodea1el'tl Warranted to Cure any Case of Chills &: Fner.
; experience
Dec. 10, 1800. to believe only half you tee and make beat aide line.
unnecessary; $75.00month.
a -
and there MUST BE SOLD, to apace, too Or Money Refunded. -
"CAo*.-//-rToZton, Etf 'TUutviUti.' j nothing that you bear, Tons otCottouSeedIIallAahaa. Price Wary and J expenses or' largecommission

., i'' "Dear 8lr-''in tePytJ'70nf'nQUh1ea] : may then* be some. chance of arriving $24 per ton f. o. b. Jank *v l/e.., stamp orsealsd saade.particulars,Addreaa,Clifton, with Soap cent H. R. THOMAS

l I !- loc ttM canal between Jupiter and within meMU/able distanceof LIttle Bros. Fertilizer A. Phosphate Co.., and Kaaofactmdng Company, Cincla- Chemist and Druggist.

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Fresh Meats and Fresh Fruits and Vegetables of All Kind, also kept constantly on hand. Mail orders Has a Fine Display of NOVELTIES In NECKWEAR, JEWELEKY, Etc., \1

will, receive prompt attention. DIOKEY & YATES, Titusville, Fla. Suitable tor phrlstmas Presents. r.

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the oft and holy twilight of this life we sit today The Joy that fills our wedded heart* transfigure u* today 1 t
5 i Beneath the bell of CbrUtma time, a trifle old aqd gray; A* we with resignation tread.the gi)tl.Matter' way I I. rrr
Ye*.*lde by side your hand In mint,good wife,we lit and tee Aye. band In bald we journey to the brightest of all clime*. '.
y B.yond'th. portal.of the put full many a Christmas tr... While ring for all 1i>every land the bletttd Christmas cblmee.The .. r-I
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A firelight throw Its ruddy glow upon your eherlthed'0 co. He hal guided u*, trje Master;thro' darKnett aid the tterm f .r' j
4 a i Aid Love the ardent llnjntr. leod to It a saintly grace! 'TliTrutt that llfteth up&1)0 bsgrt'tb Love that kap.ltworm: ,
- ti While from the village, n..UlllIl1le a bird In yonder glen Beyond the Christmas thresbold. oat *a very far away,
> o 4. )' Tbe bell ring out the melody of"Peace I good will to men I" Lie the sunburst of rl is pron)ls. of the Everlasting Day j
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p And tide by fide we stood wlthlq the chapel far away Mary bent above I Ijer babe amid the fragrant hay., '" 00(
5 I v;; 'l"r And blusbinglyIkissed I my bride that peaceful Chrlstiqat. day. And all the choir 0Heaveneangorearths f lrt Chrltma day.SIDB '+ ( o.'Zr

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e p a ,, .Wo looked ahead to happy Nmesi I never shall forgo't. Tbey cannot come a whit toe teon nor stay tea long for me> aa ,;.A
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Th. For Cbrlttma cannot bring to me 'tarn Its gifted i i I
:I j .! At IQ the tlelflb be.lde welcomed me.wife;you that nettle morning good and ta warm.the, m. A sweeter, better pretcnt thai a little prattler's Kit*. ..., .
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dear A little wb" and you ood I will from the old houte go. 4'4It..e
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: The Indian River Advocate\ have to give up the plan the big miner's for each sock or stocking plainly revealed ,brain long to discover what she had fairy god-mother or witch, for from THE

: .,. generous heart gave a great throb of its owner's Identity Heading done and the plain, neat stitches looked the day she married its owner the Success '

j ill. t AND GAST,COAST CHRONICLE.w. pity. Then and there he decided that the row was the hose that protected !in his eyes more beautiful than the took a sudden fancy to pan out In c ,ING OF

: : '.'1'1 U..V I LLli PI.A.UNLIMITED. the nugget should go into her Christmas I Mrs. Malloy's stout extremities, from most exquisite embroidery. lie still a wonderful way.It .
+ stocking, either to help her tide the chilly blasts, of thick, heavy yarn held It in his hands when the two brought a fortune to Its possessor,
q: +Uj '1 .3 3 1J I1TTt over her period' of enforced idleness ''of mottled blue and white. Next was choolmu'aina slipped in. who thinks It is all owing to his wife,

or to pay the little brother's passage to one of soft, fine cashmere, which fitted "No fair peeking in to see whatyou'vepot and never tires of saying that she was

11.: l ,':t( Cheyenne.All the No. 0 foot of the Ohio lawyer Four i ," cried the younger, gayly, and, the mascot of the Success.-Chicago

J'.j. t; ''I that day he thought about her small stockings of varying sizes owned blushing deeply, he distributed his News.

""I' l II' 'I \ and the brave fight she was making to by the ;young Malloys Intervened be- gifts in their various receptacles has- Pnszllng.

j:. ,t t, '' ,I''( support the boy and herself, and the tween it and the one belonging to the tily and left the hall. "Wtoa tore you going to give your wife
'i!I >'', .. P more he thought the more he longed to widow In the second floor front. Mrs. Malloy]) was perfectly satisfied! for a Christmas present,Spooncr?:"

,' ii, take her Into his arms and tell her that Those of the two schoolteacherscame with the success of her Christina frolic. "Well, I'm undecided whether to give

) henceforth his strong arms and willing next-one severe black one be- She had put an orange and a bag of her a billiard table or a smoking Jacket.

k ( *)). hands would fight the battles of life longing to the elder, the other, with Coquettish candy Into each stocking, and the board- You see, we exchange Christmas presents

: ; : for her. In order to do this the miner' clocks of red, the younger pre ers, forgetting;: their age and dignity, this year."-Detroit Free Tress. '

I t, I !I : I r would have to overcome his 'natural ceptress owned.. Then the miner's big, munched] candy and examined their ;.r -

:. j, ,"a / rI timidity and fear of the gentler ,sex, heavy cotton sock followed, and, last : presents before breakfast, like a, lot of What He Would Like to OIve.j Out of" the, mists_and NOTHER darkness year of

(,14'!'\ .'I I P and it was doubtful if he could ever: get of all, .her own. Rapidly.she.) ,droppedher ] delighted children. "Are you going to give any Christmas The new year comes, with hope the and night holy,

t j Ii t. lt' up sufficient courage. gifts Into the stockings, but when Soon after breakfast {fhe mine owner presents?" asked a friend of Spicer.', __ light. .
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;' .. By the appointed time the sten'og- she reached the one next,: to the last seized a favorable opening to thank the "Well," said Beth, ,thoughtfully, "1 The glad bells chime the tidings of the
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o.i, '"\, a HESS 'days of cor- Then all the fleeting: shadows fade away,
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f "< / ''A splendid plan If I it I, listen to the ''faithful,bens that ring
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f "l : self, and so expand. I I ( II Yet those there are who tread the old-time
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\ ; f I I 'r.r.' ', 11, Who when the eye Yule was,,a tits height hadp I i I II I; I II The way 1 Is light; the happy bells now ring.
And every heart should gladly wake
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",j1'I, !'\' ,:" I. "J. '';: ,' OrbltofpeppermlnttofiUthelr1lttle.oule with joy. I II I I 1 1 it I VIII I'' sing.Charles.,,,H. ?Towno, In Ladles' World.

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ft. IM.t'4' I have ventured to remark I II Useless Is the calendar
: I I '.. Of credence In his being they had not the i I, When December's hero;
"I''( Takes but little-
I sllghtest.park. I I I I reckoning
,e ', I' tw ... I "Tor' had there been a personof his kind 1 i Ii To tell the timer of year.
:'t. J ,I 'twas very sure ., Johnny's sudden, willingnessWith
{" ,)'' : .f: Thcre'd be some signs of.presents In,the .chorea at night and noon.
*" I Ifll 1 1 hovels of the poor. Tell It plain as print could do:
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fit r\ I "Christmas pretty soon."
I ; { f "" "- :Which Is a polnt'he'II have to meet, with
I j Everybody's most polite
I many of that sort, ,
,, l.i If he shall find It's a perfect Joy
I ever himself haled up before '
'I' : .' [II! &I, the court. ''a:+ w'I Now to meet the janitor
1 ; '" But I, who've always found him most attentive 'Or elevator boy.
'I{ v''' J! unto me'.Y Merchants more than gracious,
v'I I!r'\\ji' Ii Am certain that ho does.exist: and works All the.town's In tune
'" \ 'w!' most faithfully. To proclaim the tidings:
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"Christmas pretty soon.
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; I ; ,-it ":' But certain too am I that In these Christmases Washington. Star.
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.. !, '"He's i found his work, unaided, for hi.'f w'h IOJ
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rlh t" or I ; 'And: everywhere'tbrou..hout'the land to I ""sw6lul, Presents for Her Bnsband.VI .
: :vu place an agency.. / 14 never have to worry about a present
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I' I al I'1'I''' + I'' .ro y +r I I + I II n 7 IT I dls4adl q 1' 16 I for h .abandt" said the woman
:. Ii r : ;And all who love him for his, labors In the 1 I ulYUtl'I II'I' ; a aalq my
', r days now past ? I ,, I n+ l1 I II 1 I jII a 1,1 'Y I % I r 1 ; I, who was outlining her campaign of

J : I I,1/ 'A:' Ji' Can put their names down In hls-books-t-the. ih d II I W, ,,1 I I IM, gileNwph Hlal ; ;i ''4' Y I y{ I u Christmas shopping.
'. 111 r stock should go right fast. Ypl r'I "Why not?" asked her companion."I .
,I : ''I; It doesn't seem that It could meet with II I CHI III I dl ,, ylig ; d ; i'' ,I his four ,
"" failure just because Y t I p1 IY'P1P1 lq f au.I. h 'N11'I' p I'' IEG, % rln(1a., ..r ,Iqp% NtIYtl I; 9I ;II l0 411 I; { uY bought present years ago
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hl ll( stock In old Santa Claus. II, IIIIY I dl, Ilell'I ; I I I time I have given It to him."

I ; 4 -Carlyle Smith, In Harper's Magaslne.TIEN 1 1'I "Why what do you mean?"

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t1 1 j Z kind of a box and grave.them to him
q 'Jill x on'Christmas morning."

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t I' 1 I a ,Ipr y "And he didn't know the difference?
"Bless you, nol I He was perfectly
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J ;: '.the little'Irish +il My iYNU I 'r {, around he asked me to put them away

I .IJ I \ h I II "j'" r landladythewarm ry V; tl I ;' I 'r I n. vm I, t, Nr,1 for him, and, of course, he never asked

J If: j I V hearted and hardworking I for them again" ,

,t' ;,1)), Mrs. Mal 1"So you've given him the same handkerchiefs -

tv, ,, ''t .flt;!, 10yannounoedtwo every season?"
:\" ;: days before Chriat.r' .- "Yee, and It's beep a great scheme,
) w q '; ':maa that they' must all hang'up their because I've never had< as much shopping -

r t. r If( stockings by the big hall fireplace the t ,rh, 14 ( 0 111atI +, ta1 ,1+d'r' 1Ia., Y *?N A r yx ? WYM yNr ; 'money aa I wanted, and these
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I ,::1{ I q h Ih ,: The two iohoolmaa from the I suppose he thinks he has twp or three
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';' 1, ; ; 'I young lawyer from Ohio unbent "and where, but. he'd never think to ask for
f I I !! f smiled broadly; the owner of the Success them. They're too fancy for him."

i I mine laughed aloud a!big hearty I I tl I I Iw I "Well, I think It's shameful to treat a
f '1 r a laugh, and even .the little stenographer Y y man that way. You're almost aa bad as

J'" i smiled. It was the first time she had I r. d1 +, d{ r Cynthia Merritt's husband. Last

t + + done so for a week for ahehad lost' her 1 F r 11'4''' ti N 1 XIV, *M+ ''YT./' r"" Christmas he bought her a sofa for a

t L position. Her' employer, ''for" political ii f1 i' t l Ih A'' Y 4. Christmas present and she declares
reasons, being obliged to glve the position lA' that he's the only person that. ever used
I to a constituentthere she ,was i It."-Chicago Record.:

/ hundreds of miles' from,home'with, a '; +yar, ,
'slim purse and no certainty of getting But Once s Y_..

r work for weeks at least.' Truly laughter '' tl 1 ty rt,Jr a1V "i r Life la but a came of chance;
j + "a S'Ya( Full of ups and downs
and she were at outs. The mine- I6r 1y ale 1; Full of dirge and full of dance
owner, coating', sheep's eyea at the A Full of smile. and frowns;
I' stenographer, whom he admlred; more One day full of gladsome cheer
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rl than, any 'woman he had e>er known, Christmas Next, day full of Ills;
comes but once a year
p said It. would take, all the! toys In Then the Christmas bm.lPht1alSelphla!

w Cheyenne's chops to flU\Jl. stocking, r Record.
and he .wondered if she cored for him ,
I enough to flU 1 it.' He was sole owner of She Really For***.

I It, the BUoo_,. n empty honor so, far, Laura-Dear met, I 'am getting 80
aa the mInt! had'only been successful absbnt-minded. hung a bit of mistle-

l in disappointing all"his"hopes of for-? toe on the chandelier and forgot- all

tune. Barring one great nugget,'whic|t about it being there.- ,'
{ lie found" soon afterpurchasing the Flora-And got kissed? .
Laura-No. Didn't I tell I forgot
: mine the property appeared, absolutely you
i I barren., all about It? I never got under it

'- ;' j1.' This he had : a'luck ; once.-Cincinnati Enquirer.
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'Tis now the"merry Christmas time, when youth car laugh and shout

y WA To older people lo the house "Of oyl please Just come out I"

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rapher's nimble fingers bad'constructeda she stopped with a little cry of dismay stenographer for her pretty gift and should like to give the man next door .

: number of dainty gifts out of airy lit- for a hole of generous proportions occupied with much stammering and blushing who learning the flute six month in,

tle nothings found In' her workbag. : the place where the heel had spoke of her darning: .and said he the houseof correctlon.-Boeton r
The prettiest of them all was a pin- once been.' I wished she'd do his darning steady." tin. Bulle r

wheel cushion painted with roses<< and '"That will never'do" she declared, "I'm afraid I can't do that. I'm hop-

forget-me-nots,and stuck full of bright half aloud and slipping It down front Ing to'get'work any day. you know," It A c..t_ 0--.0.
r shining pins. This was for the miner," the mantel, with a murmured ''poor she answered blushing too. was daWhere after the mass and the mirth of the.

.. who she privately believed, used pins fellow," she rushed oft to her room with Til engage you to do my darning spray of green ml.UetoeaTed, .
occasionally in making his toilet havIng the big sock In her little hands,,and then". he said awkwardly. That I _t-and I vow that the meeting

no one to sew on his buttons. Per- getting out her work-basket,, darned The stenographer's heart beat.faster was With chance a !
adorable
is pa it wan for that reason she gave the great bole neatly and swiftly., but she only asked demurely what I >d for very maid.K s
him the choicest of her little collection; "Now b won't lose all of h la toys,"abe wage he would pay. Then kleesd' a'moment her half In tremor of doubt.
looking
or'perhaps she had other reasons. It said laughingly to herself But for wars:
as she startedto Then he became very courageous. "Why: did :rOil wait sir'." she said
la so hard to tell why a woman does replace it. with a POIlt.
t. I certain : *
"My heart and all I have and a home
"Pray what Is the
: I .'things., The mine owner bad happened to enter for the little brother,too**he answered -Clinton Scollard.mistletoe to fort"
With her presents in a little basket, the hall just as the Century.:
:young woman for.the
recklessly, forgetting moment ...... '
:, ', k 1 TLX. ENGAGE YOU TO DO MY DARN she stole out Into the hall where,by the disappeared with his property and gavea that almost all his worldly possessions Jingo-Did make. CPo :'"Are"'youi i going o to .receive: on"I New
great, roomy fireplace, the stockings low' whistle of you any resolutions Year's?" "
1NOt ."" amazement He waited were sunk in the Success. at New Year? ,
were already suspended. Aa she was a considerably mystified in a dark t hope ao."
'pte. but when Mrs. Malloy told him trifle late, hers was last In the row. corner, until she reappeared and hung That very day the gold nugget wentto 'Bingo-You' bet I did. I made one. "Why do. you 'hope ao? I thoughtyour
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by proceedsof it too.'JingoEveryone
express keep .
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stenographer's' trouble and how Santa had not yet arrived for they all it up la Its place again. I : Invitations were out""So
} i she had,.b+en, bcplng to be able to send gaped empty. She hastened to drop When she had run off to bed be drew Its sale paid for little Jimmy's, pas always says that. they are. but I expect to receive
out to where he
for went to
her sage Cheyenne; Bingo Yes
{ I"I l brother who I know but .
was at the her humble remembrances into their near and examined the sock mine was more than ealla."
I h carefully. live with his sister and his 'brother. that I
new would
'tadlana and would now :yawning depths, laughing,the while It did not take" even his doll masculine .t < The stenographer must bilve been a> Year's never make another New' "What is itT
'. k ,: : re.olutlonr-Brooklyn Lite.I '"An offer from ; Jr."'
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cold and out of sorts generally, sides and tell, deacon" replied the widow The chairs touched now. The deacon "J

:/1NC somehow his ideas had been trtt "but don't you think you'll v UM absent from the town meeting that oiJTh

Tt for weeks pant in a direction c1l'c1 e if you sit HO far from the fire? New Year's eve a :

singular for such a confirmed up closer und get warm; you've When the villagers assembled at : 1t. J .

as he. All he appeared to lead up to away to go to town and you church next day they saw n little om-

j '1e object and that was the Widow hike euro of yourself in such terrl- an sitting beside Doncon Harding. It 5
The deacon ." wax the WidmvMartin. Show'OH wedded
was
getting on
e'Y ground, but he didn't seem to know I inn'um; It be chilly, that's n> l 4) the deacon New Yenr'.morning, for ee'lIEputltupthochlm 1

I ITe had always salt there asn't a w ; think I'll Jllo'e\lpl'Ile\'t.totho the ponton had mild It wasn't god forman f 1i

e'I un who could catch him. lie had ;' to be nlonc.-U. .\. MncDonald, In

I fJ so long without one that he was not kind she i is!" the deacon kept Chicago )[ull. e i I

ing to be taken In by any of them at i to himself] ns hewlgrd nearer Timely 1'reyantlon. i y yney
time of life. Not he t'x)0 d the blazing logs and at the flame "Have thougbkabout doing {
; and he you any .
:: ;; grew
; : that Santa.
) 13 cruel I say It eral inches higher rew dower to the rocker, where Christmas shopping yet?" IRked Mr.Hunnlmune. so "
Is-to.send a boy to every time he Claus could getft: I,
i 1 bed this consolation to his breast. But I I When lie feels Ilk particular New Year's eve he was you' at church last Sunday, "No, dear" wan the reply. "It it a down again and :
; turnlnw so m : tin. The minister preached a little early for such prt"pnrl1t1onK."n't now I must regret p/'
N cruets or stand accountably lonely nnd ll!< : u. It. 't
flue didn't he? "
tag 'on' his head. Everybody who was anybody in sermon re it? For It I'm to be Santa Claus, and that's of ..1 ;
the deacon! after another long& "M'yes.: Hut it Is well to take time by expected "
(fj never was BO wide awake In all my life, :way was full of rest and cheer and course II'm
J al. forelock Know. Have worry that I cannot claim the note waS
the a
'before brimful of happiness. The you you .'
spirit
I thinks I'm going to jeep a deacon and it did misdirected .
And mother the holidays vas ; me a power memorandum book handy?
everywhere, but
i dozen hours or 'more. I deacon wus alone. There was no too." "Yes." She wants a great big doll sho says, with ",'I f!

,j want to sit up to-night to get; a little welcome him, no one to greet him ] real glad to hear you Hay that ."Well 'you might jot down these little Some wavy hats, to golden put upon treaties.the doll, and Iota i iat
Martin" exclaimed the deacon Here's the" brand
I peep points. of cigars
"A New Year han dresses!
Claus. Why does he oome when Happy at his home, ;
:At Santa boys are all asleep? e\c. was His face fairly beamed with delight that I prefer. They cannot by any pos- A bureau and a trundle* bed a set of little !

want to see the reindeer: and I'd really. dishes '
I like to know A table and a trunk as well, besides some J
"
How-they can ever stand It to have BO far "real gold lUhos.

to go. I i She wants a' sled of Course, I learn, and J .d

And then I'd like to ask him-for I can't' likewise lot of candy. TilThe :
make It out at all-. II IIi i Phe also adds, q'Mte"calmly; "A piano .. ., :
would be handy.
he sci'ambles down the chimneys,
Iow
when they are all so small She wanti a' watch and lots of books, and .
.With his great big bag of picture books i I '' games as well. In plenty: ::
and sugar plums and toys, 'I Of minor toys; It seems to mo she asks "711-. ,;
When he comes to fill the stockings up for for fully" twenty..
little girls and boys. '1I I She writes that oho would like to have a

wonder If he'll bring mo just what I wanta snN little stove for rooking.
sledlightning And for a necklace, I'm Informed most
patent coaster; and I want It unotlouoljIIho'" looking; ,
A '*
painted red. She wants a leak that's "all her own, ; .
which to do her writing,
How does he know what boys want? Heal, on
And I confess, tho outlook'snot
ways guesses right. 4 altogether w.
How can he get to everyone In just a single 1 inviting.The "

night? N things that she would like to have, Z ;

tired here It I + Well I am getting will benne ,
Would cost a thousand dollars at the low
S I
pat valuation.And .
To lie awake all night. There t Jt's strlk
nlnel! no I say regretfully, with spirits most
Ing
dejected,
will be In the
Tes mother sorry morning I
I'm sorry that I cannot claim her note wan
should think, misdirected.
When I tell her how I haven't slept a single I I Ii -co.I ACO Post I

blessed wink. i lull lullI

I shall listen every minute, and when'Ihear I ? y Day After.
him creep ) ''lU J ,' Oh dear, It's so far-to next Christmas!
:Very softly down the chimney, when he Seams long as forever and more. ,
thinks we're'all asleep I I've been <.. rating Ihe days over 'n' ore f, .. '
I'll watch, and then I'll see the fun withouta qii II +pJ 1 l P y1' I P" I Three hundred and sixty-four) .
speck of noise. I I to I I That's a dreadful lot to be waitingTo +
Ho! Hoi! The jolly fellow cannot always I li hang. up your stockings, you see: .\
dodge the boys! .. "w til ''I I Dut to-morrow-that's something-there's s sonly
I I II Mla three hundred and alxty-thre! '; \
i
Hello! I hear a Jingle. Have the reindeer I I I II I I iPIIIIiM I i il ) Harper's Young People ; I
IIh r
come at last i l ids I :' {
I must got up and see them, for they prance l llil I O""DLY" 'A CIIICAOO OIlU. '
away so fast.- uVe I ., -...........-. I
I was just getting sleepy-hey! Time' to 1 !
dress, you say? i II IIlI
And the breakfast bell Is ringing? Hurrah! I I I ; J
'tis Christmas day!

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VIA I'I i' Mickey /get on ter 1ut. I wouldn't

\ want tier job .of durulo flat feller's

1F 1//" \\ \ :i'' \ sock Mickey rSWllttut. say, but just 1
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fink wot a cinch dot sock would be at

1/y I Ia "!oIi! \ Chrln'mns time her knock ole Santy: .
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\ ,: Cluss silly. : Y. Truth.
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a ,
oj" wp \
,was better \ ., ; -
any one man' ...;' -
I known than another for \ 1\\ A Woman's* Mistake
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miles around the village of . A we"tlrC'llMe(1Vom)) n in ftenrchofa
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Conway it was Deacon Harding the pll- --'r I lwMtf ,,, \: Christmas present for her lion walked

Inr of the Methodist church and the p :; : up and down the atMes of u book store, "

strictest selectman the New Hampshire .I {...:f,, dourly wanning the titles of the books.. '
village had ever known. He.: had never ., j At last she picked up a volume alai
married and Home folks said he was too I handed It to the clerk. "[" this good "

mean, and that all he thought about book?" she linked. "An excellent hooky

was putting up a goodly share of this madam," replied the .clerk, n* he 1 I

world's. goods to his credit in order that --..... ...- \ wrapped It up 'anil the only copy.Wl- t'
he might make better provision for the -- have loft." "ITow 'fortunate I nm' to- ,

commodities of tho next. But,. then I .....j.I .. have secured It, then" the delighted *?

people will talk. I _.. Iq ... woman exclaimed.> .';%fy sat In Justcrnxy '.
'
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It was, therefore a matter of constd- \ .- "-. over the rnmr..alllI wonted to",". '
!,able speculation among his neighborswhen '. .. get a rOOfhluthorlty'on It lid htt! he' "

the deacon was seen to stop occasionally could learn to pJny It properly." The

at .the Widow Martin's cottage \ clerk looked dazed as he handed) his

,and many and varied were the conjectures j customer the ropy of Charles Dickens, ,'

about the outcome., The widow "Cricket on the' hearth," and she had t,
j ,,' been name time before It dawned
(gone
was plump rosy cheeked and good natured i\l
],and her dear departed having left 4 IIp' upon him what a mldalulII&eobadmll.lle.1" ,\,
her more than two years before she \ No one knows what the boy ald.- .:'. t

was, as she believed herself fully quali- Golden Days_'f .. ,;" .

fied to be couslderedamongtheeUglbles! J'o* Neewuury.Porn I,

of tho little world in which-she lived. { p'' INI -Here's some mUtletoe'foryour 1 ro'.
She had heard (what women does"not7)of Christina; ,

her neighbors talk about her but Cora- wing of that happy disposition which ? tl'' ? ,' Dora-Oh, I don't need it/ X. 'Y.' '"
does not heed the stories Dame Rumor Truth. "
INegl.
,
occasionally circulates she kept on her )'
way regardless of all the gossips said. al Anna
The l Turn the lolled leaveswlth one more look,' I;
widow's cottage was an Inviting
And drop one more' repenting tear; {t
'pot when the snow lay piled up in And then begin In God'. ;own Hook "t i
Treat masses in the roadways and on The story of mother rear. .4
Prank W, Hutt. In nam'a
the Horn.COJUPKMaATIOK. .
mountain sides and the,mercury ,

vas away,below zero, 'A bright 1I&h' : .;

always' shone, from..the'.windows: 'while
h'' J
L Ali "WB'RB ALWAYS WBUCOnBt YOU AND I,

1 WE BRING GREAT JOY AND CHEER J4ii'p'1 "., .I',, ". ". .
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,to'- ,4)... 'PA... 'P..... I COA\B' TO STAY BUT'OMB SHORT NIGHT* ... .. m\\

BUT "YOU STAY ALL THB YEARcent -" *

\ 'L''L'ti1n :

"
who able to,talk about something wherever while If the truth must be told he absolutely ..bill ty be pure hued at..barpln. Hers
his old housekeeper, ly 11"
IIiII perhaps, ill-tempered enough to he was, but now he couldn't nay a chuckled aloud and rubbed his Is the number of slipper bit I wear, ,J #:

was deaf and cask of cider In his cel word if hU life had depended on It:, hands on bin knees as If something had and you might make note of the fact : 'f.. It:

sour the biggest though be tried desperately several happened with which he was Immensely that my preference In neckties Is dark 1 f". ....

start a eonye..Uon.nd the i della'hted.NDo"ou recall what the red,with small black figure also that I ll. '
lar.It that as he times to S
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was no wonder, then about? do not need ."
preached suspenders.
be widow just Mt there apparently entirely i fiurson ; any J
reached the Widow Martin's cottage with unconscious,with her mind seemingly I It must have been the heat from the And she tbunked him and wrote 'It all

determined to stop Just for before a chat going fixed upon some trifle she was ; burning logs that eau.ed.the widow's down,. thereby saving no mall share of 'fi
her and to warn himself blush Site future regrets and n>Ufrra.*mcat* -
**. *' he Mwlng. Did she have an WeA of what checks to so. couldn't even < of"
r to the meeting. That wu passing In her visitor's mind?.Of look up from ber.ewiag as she replied: Washington Star. .._ ( '
else was .
c ., .. told there wa* anything .. ;v ",It.. .
---.; bad been have thought the course not; women are such dear,maid Well, come -tothink of It, deacon I unsslreie .. ,..,.i+ W" '
=- 'I I on his mind he would The widow cent erestnres e.peei.Uywldow.. The think It was about weddings awl such lie held a handsome Buaalan leather #.. -" 1/, '

-j- -' suggestion ridiculous.buckboard .top-Ia deacon grew very restless as minutes things. But I ain't quite sure, for I pocketbook np for the Inspection of his Tommy. -now many. ,,'presents did yes 1, \ :'..

"rM --==-- beard the deacon's passed swiftly by and finally as If the didn't pay much attention I'm. .afraid friend t {it'' fi. '''''. :':< ,
REAl GLAD TO 8KB'TOT. DEACON fari she had seen him abaatygienca he got and moved to that part of the dl.eoune.!* .
." had been heat was too great, up NDuaatifoll"! they exclaimed."A Jackie Tw.sH.y eae.b. .How, 'many, :, :;
woad-end there the flre.< Somehow when ba The chairs were getting close.That's ? < .
a In the away from very mockery he replied turning It dyer p" i iyy:' 11. :yr'
the
In hickory logs crackled and sputtered over the room, and Just mantel peep net settled down again his chair was much it. that's It"eriedthedbrln8'iDII' upside down and shaking- Tommy-Nineteen..But I'll bet yet r d',1,
the wide looklng-gl. on the widow but she didn't seem hie hands down his useful make anise with mine '* "'4
open niwplaee. Everything long before nearer the upon MA most 'present, they, ptrIn can more than -
About the place was mo neat clean and everything was In order.heard on the to notice the change" and kept on sew knees with a slap that startled the canary ted. yer can with yours.N.. .,T..Truth. :;4 ,.

wholesome looking that 'one felt at the"deacon' voice wsa bAd ceased to ing. from his perch and set the widow's "A holidaymockery," he repeated.Of ,

home the moment he crossed the threshr"1" frosty air and the wheels 13y the "It's powerful cold today Mr*.Xar- heart beating furiously. "That's It. what use Is a fine poeketbook to a 'AS.0MML. :1'd ,.'

At least that Is what Deacon Hard- revolve In front of the cottage covered his tin. There'll be a heavy frost to-aigbt, And don't you remember where he saidit man who has gone broke on Christmas. lUfy*-Well, old man;:what did you *i I.' .

Ing thought on New Year's eve as he tIme he bad blanketed snd shed oat I reckon,"remarked the deacon nadfnf wasn't good for man to live alone? presents for the very girl who gate It get In your stocking this morning/ '

ea11le in sight of the 9Omr fame of the horse and led him to the downS u..fth his speech' last. :}oL ,\ I thlak. me,told to truth, don't your to him?*.*-.Chicago. Post W sTr-My f oot-: -Drwklyn_ Life ,,1, ?

Widow while on Us war to amcetinf of (cold. blasts.. that swept ,, ", ., ". ,'....,.,it .... t......,,' .,...I..,." -,. L"i., r'\ .., .*... .', h" ....1to. 1.. ... #, .eta .I r,,"
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Have a very fine Selection of First-class Goods and they solicit a share of your patronage. Yachting THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANT on Indian River, J"umber and Paints to ult ev-

parties supplied with everything the-market affords. Call and see their Christmas Goods before erybody. I have the largest stock of goods on the East Coast. Agent for the Cereal Macbine 'Co's, I'

buying elsewhere. Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuit. Presents of all kinds for Christmas and New xear.

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j mun. "I said I was only Junta Cluiia' The unexpected guest buried hill face THE FESTIVAL:: OF CHILDHOOD. with our fellows. If we can make

assistant. You set, my lad, there's so in his hands, and a grout lump ros up I I others forget the past we may forget

: t many more childien nowadays than In hU throat. The True ChrUtmu Feeling HoHt Bo from our own. If we can but give to others
JJI there used to be that' the boon had I for
to "Tlu-rr was one other" mild the assistant the Heart nod ISIfMMom Into Act. a little of the antidote of kindliness

get outside help Christmas etc, or he'd "but there's nothing for him. Christmas la the festival of childhood I the poison of the present'we shall find
I (\\1. never bo able to finish'up his work in und less And the
and It' hopeless.
all to-
my fault. neglected boiu our own Whoso nould enjoy It truly uiiurt.'
rrfr {, time. So he sends, for me an* a few to look after him" I heart little child. Its future is formed of the spirit that animates
even as a
others like me-lieuen help us-and "And won't Tic get anything?" asked the to-tlay., The real feeling of
'r ecstusien in uelf-forgetfulnesa
arc !
: we do his distributing for him. I'd Just Bobble. Christmas must blossom Into act*. That
betterment of others. Its celebration
hightst
,,,101, "11tt laid these things" out here when ;you "No," said the assistant, roughly I ', is in, helping: our neighbors. to man is a fraud in whom the Christmas

surprised me. rising and taking n step toward the tree. bo happy and thus sharing the happiness feeling is a theory and not I a condition.
\\I Bobbie approached the tree. 1 1St.. Louis Mirror
him
"He cnu have one of mine, cried with them. There Is God help
no happlne"scomparable
J/ "Oh.llln't! it beautiful t"he cried. "AH
",.1, ... Bobble. "Here take him this. I've got to love and the happiness Ill Second Thought.
j .r \ J3 II ON mother-love these things fOf.mel! A watch" too- plenty, thanks to you." He banded him grow greater as the love embraces more A lively youngster In Newport had a HRKK minutes

.,"'I .., makes all things Just the very wanted one of the treasures beneath the tree. I of our fellow beings. That la the best' great desire to become the owner of a twelve, and the to

'.1 ;\ 'Y.. ,.::;; O'' bright. The man drew back as the boy spoke The unexpected guest looked at the Christmas time in which one feels most goat, so one -day shortly before Christmas year

i. ,, I" .".,. r/ rWhen with Joy the morning comes and, with a queer light in his eye sat boy for n minute, and.then he slowly acutely the actuality of kinship with he called up the chimney register Has uts only to three live.IIIln-
.' ,/I' I down in one of the chairs lIud( f"nly. reached out his hand and took the his wish. Ah!
of what
light. proffered all the world. It is the child that is> to apprise Santa Claus would wo give.
0 When children gath- "Are ;you tired?" o ked Bobble leaving toy. the real democrat for, as Emerson has Hailing the old gentleman supposed to If the tear

I 'It, ,I> '": .r round their the tree and crossing to Santa Claus'assistant. '"I'll nee that he gets it," he said,"and- It, he makes children of all the adults Inhabit these regions, he told his story That springs As he to dies our' eyes

Thou Christmas tree.Babe God wilf bless you for It! Good-by little that gather around him, levels them to in these words: "Santa Claus, I want Could recall us the life, loved so dear

,t We sing to Thee I j
I
Two minutes to twelve! How" the past
When manhood's brows are bent In thought With Its laughter Ita sighs and Its pain
To learn what men of old have taught. Crowds fast through the brain' '
:When eager hands seek-Wisdom's key Stay your flight!
Wise Temple C lld., Hearken, year. to our prayer
We learn of Theel Of despair.iSre .
!: your.last breath:, fades outon the
When night.
doubts assail, and perils fright.
When, groping blindly In the night One minute to twelve! To my heart
We strive to read life's mystery. Cling closer, my sweet. Let the year
|l JI Man of the Mount.We On the threshold that's near
,\ turn to Theel Find us true
'
While together we stand
"" When'shadows of the valley fall Hand In hand.
.. I -When sin and death the soul appall. And I w.tch.by the window with
YOU
One light we through the,darkness see- I !
'" Christ on the cro... Twelve o'clock! Kiss me sweet" for the
I 1 We cry to Theel ? I Pa.i,
j-
And again for the time that shall be.
,And .when the world shall pass away What It brings you and me.
And dawns at length the perfect day Wild can say?
;4* -.In glory' shall our souls made free. Little matter, so long
,, Thou God enthroned.Then As no wrong
M* .. worship Theel Steal our lov* from each other awa,..
Tudor Jenkn. Outlook. Oliver Grey, In Black and White.

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MOUSE, AND MISTLETOE.
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Ml* Bow a- Bad Boy Spoiled All \onngWoman's
t r, Well-Laid Plane.

: "I shall take the mistletoe down,"

l"l salt the girl ,with the blue eyes; "it's a
delusion and a snare." '**

{') ? "What on earth is the matter? Did

that ugly :Mr. Supple catch you under It
t and kiss you?"

"No; worse yet; nobody did. I put

it up yesterday, a great big hunch of It.

AH day long I was wondering what iodo

T WAS, not long ill ... with Harvey while Ned is here from

after, J1ldnlaht. Kansas CIt;)". But after I put it up an
Idea struck me."
jri The wee small
''P houra of Christmas "Do you want mo to go over and let
him kiss me under it, so you can quarrel '"
day were just beginning
WU- to arrive, and down in the ?" asked the girl with ,the meek

library where the tree was fhelterlnga eyes. ->
"Don't trouble yourself, my dear. My[
profuse array of toys,atood an unexpected
idea was a great deal better than that.
guest. He was ill clad,unshaven
and his hair looked as though it bud- decided to let him kiss me, all unaware
and then get mad over it."
known
:never a comb. In his rlrhfhand
he curried "Good enough. Did it work?"
a. dark-lantern, and slung
"It would have but for an accident
over his left arm was a nock, a common -
.. v He in the with
came evening my present
Jute- bag, and he had entered by
the window that, looked out upon the -and, oh, girls, it is perfectly lovely;

street. The family'had all retired and you must come over and see it. It Is-"

for the most part were asleep. That ""Yes yes; we will. But about the
"
is why the unexpected gucat chose this mtatJetoe?
.
time to arrive. ""Well there was my chan e. I

;Stealthily he oroMed the room and thanked hlm as prettily as I could
drew off"ihe" wrappe.r with screqms of
drawing the portieres silently across
delight and ran right under the chandelier
the broad doorway that opened into the
to look at it."
hall he slid back the front of his
lantern, nnd lighting a match in its "Oh :Nell you sly thing!"
3 .:"I heard him creeping up slowly bebirfd -
flame, he turned on the gas and lit it,
$ me, while I was apparently absorbed
110''that he might better aee the exact
in admiration of his
my present.
character of his surroundings. .
But Jtist as he was about to catch me
.,' "Humph! he said, aa be observed the
a horrid mouse ran, across the floor al
tree. "Quite, a fine lay-out. l'' don'tknow
mORt 'at feet I"
'>
but what after all, it's a good f my "
"You dear! Did ?
poor you acrcam
thing that parents glva their children
"1.did. More\ I ran out into the; din
expensive things these days. It's a
fng-r and climbed the table.Harvey.was .
om ,on
great help to our profession. You can'traise
: so disappointed and so was
much money on candy balls'andtuppeny
dolls, but these' sliver-plated I., And don't you think after all, It was
not a real mouse!I"
engines and purses with ten-dollar bill.1))
<* in 'em "Not a real mouse?"
come in handy Gold sleeve-but
:? tons, too," he added! us bis eyes took iu "No; it was a horrid mechanical toy

a few further details of the scene before that some one had: given my little

J.iii J.. him "an a gold watch as well. This brother. And, oh, girls, other callers
Is luck." came in then and I hadn't a moment

alone with Harvey to get up n quarrel.
And then
as he bent over the groups
Ned arrives at six o'clock this evening:
of
toys nnd present of a more expensive
he is; coming for the holidays, and what
nature Intended for Bobble. hi*
I.am to do with both of them on my
eye glittering with Joy nt the prospective
hands I I don't know!" Chicago
am sure -
value of his haul the
heart of the unexpected

guest stopped beating, for oninstant. :Tribune,

There was. a. rustling sound A Falio Saint.

behind him. Oh. Santa Claus. you evil saint.I .
With a quick movement he slid the loved you In my childhood's day;

sIS rover of the dark-lantern to, by mere But now I have no heart for, you.You've ,

force of habit; but It was,unavailing: stolen, it. away

the room was, still lighted,. though To give to one who wants It not-
dimly To drop with Jeweled baubles fine,
.In Edith's stocking, where It lies.
"Curse the gas!" he muttered. as ho While hers. Is not in mine. .

turned. -Brooklyn.Life.
"Hullo!" sold a soft little voice from

behind tho portieres, and at the samnmoment Before and After.
Vow the merry tlmo comes nigh
'
.
the curtains were parted and When the lass, so slick and shy.WU1 .
there, stood Bobble, clad In his night appreciate her papa's weakest Joke;

gown. "Is that you, Santa Claus?" he And with skillful flattery
She will laugh with wildest glee-
added,
peering curiously at the. unex- I, After Christmas he.will find that he HPhiladelphia
pected guest. I Inok..
The man gave a short laugh. Record.IT .

"That's the first time rye been 't taken PHASED HIM.

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"Yes," aid the man. "Very." one. I must be off. or he'll wake his
np own simplicity. The man who has goat. Send
"
I me a goat for Christmas.
"I'm Bobble **
affectionatey and
sorry"said be disappointed.
the child
heart la the
man whose interest Now it
happened that the
I he took the other' hand In his He boy's fatherwas
as *. moved toward the .door, when in himself la raovt merged Into in'the
I room above
and kissed it.. and hearing the
Bobble ran after him and holding np Interest. fur his fellow ,creatures.
"Don't-don't do that." said the his little I appeal sent back the answer down thechimney
man.ituklly. face said: -Won't you take Though one may have felt sin and shame
"You "
"It's not-not clean." a kiss for Santa Clans forme?" and : can't have a'goat.
sorrow ue many assuage them all The little
fellow
"I shouldn't think It would be,** "That I will" said the other, and he In the promotion of the happiness of .this not at all frightened

aughed Bobbie; "climbing In by sooty bent over and kissing the child fled others. Love la the only anodyne and the situation unexpected reply was equal to
and he
chimneys can't be very clean work. precipitately out through the window giving it out it returns upon us as manifold Clans this defiant sent back to Santa

1 3o you know, I always wonder why and disappeared in the darkness of the as the objects upon which ,it isbestowed. then response: "Well
there's never any soot left on the toys." street."Well. keep your old goat I I don't want
That man who awakens the it, "
anyhow. Golden
'"Oh we take care of that" sold the Christmas spirit In the hearts about him Days.

"18 THAT TOU. 8.\NTACLAUB', ...Iostant... "You nee this bag keeps the ," aatd the unexpected guest the will find it subtly stealing from them c: Cheer,,

soot off. But I didn't come by the chimney following morning, aa he watched bla to his own,and will almost unknowing', :r.11 OB coM .no.... from wlntsy. ikies. :J:; '-' ,.. .
for anyone.that's half decent: ," bo'said this time" he added, b.stlly.ob- own pallid-faced little youngster play find bitter dispossessed by sweet and 352-iolletop-! p.' dedi: the trees; Santa 'Clans Here's a. fine:piece of

to himself; and then he answered In serving that there waa :no soot on the log with the first Christmas present be'" warmth usurping cold therein. This Aloft wind you're borne with mournful sighs. business These children wear VT.Jaggsley'a .

whisper loud enough for nobble to bag either. "I thought the window waa ever known "that was the rummiest world is.very fair and charity makes it Tou cannot you float ehul o'er our drifting ardor her seas.* \combined undergarments,

bearV easier** thing. I went out to steal, and the only all the fairer when its glow remind* as "TU wanned by love of Chrtattnae cheer. and they have bang up the entire out

I, not exactly, sonny. I'm only "You're all through,aren't you?"said thing I bagged (that was really given of "the long. long night that death Seymour a Tlbbala. In New Bohemian. fits-Brooklyn Life -

his assistant*" Bobbie,, looking at the bag. to me) was a kiss,and 111 see SaotaClaua shall last." Christmas feeling makes Vf to DetsetGoodnes I

,"Ills whatr Mild Bobble. "How' do you. know,that?" asked the In hades before I give him that. It waa the most of the now. It atone* for the gracious I What is that BeM.r *. aa'l'hou..b **. rail
terrible
,Bhl Not eo loud," my boY-YOli.ll mnn.' a rich haul, but I think Fll get.a de- after-the deln&a or the dark. It la real sound of eoroe 'gainst resolutions

:I'd,:a"e.the family! and .If you did that '"Your bag is empty.' Isn't there anyone center Job-at New Year's."-John Hen life to liv*. If but for a week a day a "I.suppose the smashing folding-bed china ia? Tls AM better step that to resolve lead us and to a fall fall,

Just ".nt.hUke, the mist," said the else for you to take a toy to?" <
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I INDIAN RIVER ADVO CATET DECEMBER 18, 18b6. 6 .

' of Agriculture winter's guests at the Fort Pierce hotel !
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. pepurtruent arrived on Monthly. .
So I

ether" Bat rel\u--1uplter_ Fla. :Mr. Kaulerson left for Titusville on Cocoa I dyspeptics ASK the, rt'Cove"td bllloxmauffrr E. B Williams & Co.

comparative Itate.a Wednesday morning's train. e .r., victim of .(. :
a{follo"lolt:Is: and rainfall for the Mrs. White of c. W. t'raLb spout Sunday with his fever unit ague the "
Sebaslan, has< been on a falllily In Titus vIII... mercurial diseasedpatient
of temPTerI'day Dec 8, 180(1.( visit to Mrs. Hall how they r.-
of this I
,
a -1801ISW ;- place. T. P. house 18 olY for coverel health,clto.r.ful ...Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
a vacation .
Don't forget the Xmas relieved being apirita and Rood .. ,
MAX. MIN. tree at tho hall, by Operator J. .\. WaU\ce.; w. ypentathevw111te11you
lit. MAJ. Il8( 73' B4 tasted.Everybody Is cordially Theo. by taking SIMMONS ,
8S Dickens, of I : LlVkK: RI.GU- 65 South Broad
((18 65 town the 'oollley, was III e St., ATLANTA, GA.
a latter end of LA1UR.Th
2 01 40( Plenty of vegetables in the week. .
town
i 75 00 60 48 Quite a number of beans are being now Success to the pink paper. It is be Cheapest.Medlcln Purent and Rent Family For.eig.n .1.1(1 Donu "",41 i ie :H7Vii.it i-4." ,
52 40( shipped.Mr. coming mono popular; than ever. In th. world I :
j F 02 61 80 For. DYSPHPSIA! l'OSoTIPATJOO"nndlc. : -
f5 .) O. K. Wood lll'ft .. niliCMisuuaokKKICK IIICAUACHlC.toliu, ,
Davis' on :
new house Monday( to
47 Is ,
68: spend
nearing com- a few n..r..on. of -SO UK STOMACH: VK
72 V* days on his .Spirits JKTAltI.ESl FlU'lTH! I :
; week: 1:70 inches pletion. The young men are going to pineapple plantation. Heartburn, etc. Thi unrivalled remedy Inwnrranlcil : "
olal rainfall for the rent the hall for dances. J. O. Walton< of not to contain a aiiiicla particle of String Beans. Oranges ;
I TitusNille, was in Co lIt KCCMr \ J
rInchesinfaDeparture coi'on' j any mineral unbalance but ia ('aulillowor.
: Banana,
Monday
and ,
Prcnrefrem18: There was a nice little danco Tuesdaya guest of PUIlEr.V :
VKMIJTAIIMJ:
) at the the, Jarvis Okra-l'elery. Fruit
) Grape
[ .
,
: ,
1 olllle. .. .
Fort '
mk mkaormal il I rainfall since January. Pierce hotel last Wednesday evenIng containing those Southern Root and lierna Cucumbers. Lemons 1 \
.' number J. II. witch an all-wlM Providence lies incoumrle ,
quite a placed .
Watson
being in
attendance Tomatoes.
3.68 inc : representing J. R. Porter Limps
PI jeeyp? / vlirra Liver Diseases' moat prevail. ,
CKONK, Observer.. Great thanks are due to our charming of Jacksonville wall in town WedSuch It will cur..11 Diseases cau".J by D rang" Beets, Cabbage Poaches, .. .
hostess Mrs. Frank Tyler, for these nes'day. menu of the Iver and 110..1. :Squash, Pineapples, I '
pleasant social The MP'IOMS:: tit Liver Complaint are a j
evenings Mrs. Hearth fine weather bitter or bud taste, in the mouth; Petit in the New Potatoes, :Strawberries, ;
Melbourne.. stone presided at the piano, and gave us can only be as wo are having Hock: Side. or Joints,often mistaken for Khou.matinm Egg Plant Grapes, ,
some :fine music. About 11 p. m. Ice East appreciated by living on the ; Sour Stomach IA'MIi..t Appetite. Asparagus. Cocoiinnts. .
Coast.The .
HowelH .. (
1Ie.
Hnd lux
alternately
-, cream was served. The dance costive ; "baj;
broke ui> LOBA of Memory, with a painful sensation of
B C.OOPTal KntatA and Loana.lPE up about 1 a. m. orange glove. owned by Mr.: J. .:II. having failed to do Mom..1 unit which ought to -- __
and Liverpool .andkwandlidMtotthe Paine of have been done UeMlltyt Low Spirit. thick
Lon "" Minneapolis: \ Is ; a
,:fnllnr 'i; ) iDgurance.' Hpecliu Condition.We(\ looking in flue yellow appearance\. vt the Skin and Eyes, a dry
i:: 1 1u. i Interosw or non teal- MUST' BE SOLD, to make space, lOlt tough Sometime" often, tulle tnnnv,,ken of for these I'onmitnptlnn ayinplonm, attend G. G. SPRINGER
Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. Price noticed seventeen cars: heavily the disease, at olhera verv few; but the I.IVKH
$21 per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. loaded with crossties, on the F. E. c. la Rcucrnllv the fiat of the diHruHtt. and if not
MELHOUKN:; FLA.- Railway R"Kuhle.I'ln time "rent HuiTermu wretched .
rARLETOY Little Friday
IYELII IltUl.ie:1';i on a blftb' blUCA ril, will eiimia. .
Jle':, Indian River. FlrstclosB accom- Jacksonville Fla. The following highly esteemed personsatt Manufacturer, I Retailer and Shipper Of .. :
.
I to the of
relUlon..ble.I. virtues biimnonn Liver KeKulaluntien. .
oIallon..IIIF..nu I ERT80.N. Proprietor. The Cocoa Land gave :\11'. C. R. Mackey: W. ". Holt, Prea. Ua. S. \\'. It. R. Co.: ; key. : : .t,
and bride a musical reception J.I K. Pcldor. Perry, a.1; Col. K. K. Spnrka", Al ,

HOUSE:-The Goode Malabar. evening, at their residence on Brevard Monday tinny,; lion Its.,|Alexander 0. Mnsici-son 11.,Stephens.EHq.Sh..rilI\ lllbb CUa .... I IC E:: A- -:-IT" /! !
HOARDING :
AT E avenue. "\Va have tented its virtues, personally, and ND ; "
,< ... on Fountain Helehts.termsbatIressle. know that for l>yni paia, liuloiisneaii and
.oi*n to the public MRg For R. W. GOODEt Our society Is still very much alive. Cocoa is well supplied with fresh moat Throbbing lien. lsehe it t,,the boat medicina th* __ 1 1Dis't'il1ed
Last Saturday the programme was bet now, there being three firms handling: world ever HIIW. Welri..d forty other remedies ---'-- ---
ter than usual. fl'eRhnellt. before SimmonLiver" Regulator but nonegav !
S. S. Junes docs the piineipul tin more than temporary" relief. ; but the Kegu.laer .
L. Joe Chase aiant A carload of timbers business. not only relieved but curad ua."-fil: >. WaterRefrigerators
townalastSaturday. heavy have boon TELLUKAI-II AND MKSSHNOKK:! Muuon, Ua.MNI'KAC1UKM .
visitor in side-tracked here, to be used In repairing Mr.: and Mrs., Staiko and daughter: / '" > ONLY UV

[ffa are pleased to see Mr. and Mrs. the switch. paid our town a visit of short while tho J. ". ZLILIIN; lit CO., Philadelphia, Pa.

ISImaclle here to spend another wiut Miss Sams and several of her scholars last at Malabar of the week, returning to their homo Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.

with us. from Bay View were in town on Sunday on Friday. for Daytona last week, the captain returning FACTORIES...... .
leapt Geo. Gleason Is a frequent vlsr !- lost. J. D. Orabb guarantees satisfaction here on Monday.

to our town coming 'In his fast Quite a number of our citizens attended from the Hllditch Steam Laundry: Jack Cocoa UIUl'v cst Palm Beach.
I sonville. Leave your washing ] ; Cards aio out for a bill masque: to be
cacb.sin. the funeral of Monday, !
Mrs. J. B. Manard: of and it will be teturned held at the Casino) 1)t'c. Hist. This will, .. __
Friday __ ..
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|! L. D. Lockwood Mrs: W. Bar- Valkaria, on the 12th. She was laid to no doubt, bo a very brilliant and enjoyable -- -- -- h _. h_". _. .. .'_
D Rnd Mrs. R. W. Goode, spent last rest in the Melbourne cemetery. To her Harry Eyer him a nice lot of curios : affair.

;lay In Eau Gallle, calling on friends. aged husband our hearts go out in sym- and Is still mounting/ bids, SIlIll'I'oIK'etc. SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
pathy. .; but we do not think, with nil hU Theo. Deinro, Cocoa's popular blacksmith
Pro f. V/lnters seems to be enjoying nerve and energy, he would try to mount Is hero shoeing horses. Thus .
ei ia Florida, and well he might, now Our Christmas tree will be on Christmas Stiling's Texas pony. doth the shelled streets make a new line
it t thole roaster of such a dainty little Eve, and promises to be a very nice of occupation necessary.Mrs. .
it. affair. A good programme; is being pre- C. J. Schootimaker; returned home on I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-
pared. Other amusements are on foot Saturday after a week's stay in Jacksonville \ Loon Vann Rave birth to a 15-lb.:
|!.J. Goode has just put his yachtk for Christmas week also. as a petit' juror in Undo Sam's child Saturday 1>r. Drown In In attend-
class
ance, the condition of the mother SEEDS in the State.c -
into the water again. She has court. Mr. S. was excusod on account being .. ---
n newly painted, and looks quite Miss Venetla Mints will leave us on of business in Cocoa. considered very precarious.J. .,
Saturday to spend her two weeks' XMas SEND FOR PRICES Hoforo ordoiIng elsewhere. All Seeds tested ,
m. holidays at home with her parents at II. II. Wilkinson and son Joe have put If. D. Smith visited Tltusvlllo last before sent out. .

[Ducks are plentiful all along the Mima.\ We regret very much she must down a driven well HMft. for J. Middle- Saturday for the purpose of proving upon L. CAMERON Seedsman s
ores here, and some of our crack shots by at City Point. There Is. moderate his homestead on the East side. '
leave us, even for so short a time; but just a 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA
them! whenever they want duck How of water the will Messrs. Boynton and Dortou accompanied
a we venture to say we do not regret it as so pipes I
oer.IIr. driven deeper to tho desired bU'1 him as witnesses. \
much as do someone else. get How. .

and Mrs. Henry Starck, Mrs. Stl.! Miller representing S. Grabfolder Naval Surgeon Smith (retired) and I
Mr. J. A. Keyes, of Toledo, 0., gave /
G. Brainard, and the Messrs. Charlie a very interesting: entertainment at the & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, Louisville tour Miss of Smith Indian/ who are enjoying a yachting A Fertilizer for Fruit. c.- a

]olton and( Eai nest Svedelious were in school-house on Monday evening, with Ky., was In Cocoa Tuesday night, River, after anchoring off :
ir town last Saturday. his graphophoue. He spent next day and attended an oyster roast, at whichhe the city dock a few days, left on /Sunday ,

!Him Annie E. Goode has been up at here as the guest: of Mr. C. C. Carroll, burnt his finger while on the "grab." i morning for points south.Mr. -_, n .._ :..=.:..;... -__ .... "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer '. i
iGallio, spending a few days with and looked our town thoroughly; over. Mrs. J. D. Crabb and children came and Mrs. Wm. II. Munn, of Holy. ,
friend He it Is the best land situation and oke, Mass.,. arrived on 'Tuesday's train,
Mrs. Wm. Treutler at' her says down from Titusville on Saturday to :lrl.oe: Sa5.00 Per: TQn.
ot home on Eau Gallle river. surroundings of anything be has seen spend Sunday: with her husband. Mr. for the winter. Their many friends were
lie went from here to Fort" Pierce. pleased to greet them, this making lIeveml GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
Geo. yet. Crabb Is generally of a happy-going disposition :........
| Driver of New Haven Conn.
loipentsome time with us last, but on this occasion he was all town.winters they- have passed in our Moisture.. . . . . ... .8 to 10 Tor Cent. r

been in town lately calling on year old DOLLS AND TOYS at Mrs. Reynolds, miles. Ammonia . . . . ... . . .4))'y to 6" It

mis. He is spending this season at Titusville. A grand dIsplay.Sebastian. Mr. Robt. L. Purnell, traveling In the 'I The East Coast Lino.steamer Court Phosphoric Acit. . ..... . . . .S to 0" "'
ney Captain Maclntyre, having been
fledge interest of John Matthews Apparatus thoroughly overhauled and In first- Potash (Actual.J.) . ,0(( to H" tl
Co. of New York has sold W. E. Booth put
[Invitations were received by many of one, of the above, cold blast class condition has resumed her regularrun Made exclusively from Bright Cotton /Hood Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood Done ,
r people this week to attend the Ball companys between Eau Gallle and Cocoa. The Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stoma, and :Sulphate of Potash. J'er '
|lI
hbo attend will be sure to have a Mrs. Dodge, of Enos, was in town this works.Sheriff ing the'summer month, Is laid off., copy of "Kuonomlcal< Keltlllzlng for Fruit." We carry a largo stock of all Kertilizer ,

"d time, as usual. week. Bowman and James Silvertoothcame Material Cittton Hood Meal, Tobacco Dust\ l'otash, eto. Write fur price before -
J. S. Major Lovett of DeLand called on down from Titusville on Wednesday The entertainment at Mrs. Troutler'slast buying. We seek the growers trade direct. 'J
Broomhead "
of Atlanta Friday evening netted abont (20.04)for :! ()
tub her two SOl's. Edward and Benja- our merchants a few days ago. on ,the and mall crossed boat.the They river brought to Indianola their the Episcopal church fund, the eve WILSON & TOOMER, ,

fn' ,are pleasantly located at the Goode The schooner Olivette, Capt. Brainard, accoutrements and ning's enjoyment being participated In
IMM, on Fountain hunting guns along by a goodly '' Another similar The Fertilizer House of Florida '
Heights, for the of Valkaria passed here, Sunday going and were joined by Johnnie Waller. company.
pier, arriving there last Tuesday south. affair will be held shortly, >the proceeds Jacksonville Fla.Fred'k. 111'
pning. C. R. Mackey ended his honeymoon on to be devoted to the came good cause.
/ G. H. Edwards has laid a nice shell Tuesday, and returned to his position at Thanks are due Messrs. Hodgson 'Hays "
l"r town Kirby last': of Cleveland, 0., arrived walk from his house to the road in frontof the Cocoas Ice Manufacturing Co.'s and Gilbert; Misses Paddison, (lilbertand

11 with Ills week to spend the winter his place. works. J. Marshall who was sent here Hodgson; and Mesdames Kesbltt,

ted at the family Idyl who are Pleasantly The White Elephant Fritz Light's by Mr. Grant Springer to relieve Mr. M. Hanna; and Sweet for their kindly assistance S. Morsex r

'light 2:1-pound: cottage.bails Mr. KIrby sailboat, Is now radiant in a new dressof during his trip north, returned to St. not forgetting the genial and popular -x-:
,strouttheotlter sea and some white trimmed with black and yellow.E. Augustine on Tuesday. hostess Mrs. Treutler who contributed
day. lIe says Mel- largely to the success of the
Urns river is a fine fishing point. W. and G. B. Hall of Faustina, Mr. Robt. Travis and daughter; Miss Ing. even- :eE: L ESTATE '
Iris arrived In town on Friday eveningby ,
? number of spent several lays: here last week look- ;
"rfn.a men are busy driv4
4 Ing after their Interests In this vicinity.{ private conveyance having! driven a
baffee's store plies In front of Thomas team from Orlllin (Is.. their home, covering Roseland. its:=.azvrr, :jDetdo: Oo., PLOE"l.XJ:: : :>.A..
I and the Riverside hotel. Beans from Orchid, Enos and Narrowsare '
>.ChalIee the distance in fifteen days. Mr. 'I'' )
the river Intends to have a nice dock arriving daily via the mail boat, Travis joins his son here who came. AGENT FOR LANDS OF
ltomel's can landing land! to hu store with so that which makes dally trips to these points about ,a fortnight: earlier.; They will Allan Campbell, of Melbourne has -----
there
I boats. This row or Paul Kroegel's latest boat Is named spend the winter in uoooa been spending a few days in Itosoland, \
will be a big improvemt. looking after his and Mr Florida East Coast Railway Company,
the Yellow Kid, and it will soon be Our band gave Mr. and Mrs. James F. grove assisting : :
launched upon the bosom of Indian Mitchell a serenade, and the happy bride Moore rush og' a few oranges. Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company,

EAUTIFUL River to move as a thing of life. and groom treated the boys right royally. M>*. Ifannlout, wife of one of the I Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.

bureaus, washstands PRESENTS consisting of The measles is still a victor and has Many\ were pleased at the kind anti Eant Coast Line conductor, Is stopping ,--- .. ---
tables and In which the AIJVOCATK: at Erclldouno: -
other the older of generous manner Inn.
articles of children's now made a raid on people
gotten furniture town. School opened again on Mon referred to Mr. Mitchell and his bright.cbarmlnA' Messrs. Moore and Kufiner [have had
up our
very wefl
Prettily The
useful as bride and Fertilizer Co.
(It
and was
lady-like ,
luavillo ornamental, at Mrs. Reynolds, TI- day with a small attendance.J. much appreciated.We Day the street Mallory grabbed plantation.from the This Drake gives placeto a Jacksonville ; ,

B. Siminton, of Micanopy, representing -
Silvertooth ha good road from the. all the
hear that James depot
called wayto "
Nex & Co., N. Y., on our D. : J.WabaKOr.: : '
bean the first of the week.L. been on quite a hunting trip. After enjoying the inn.
Banyan. growers of Mr.\ W. K. LATE CHAPMAN A 8UD&OW.
the hospitalities We understand L. C.. Moore has disposed ( ) ?'j 1
Moore of Ercildoune Inn, was a 11.\ /Same he visited
C. Sanders and Mr. S. ,
of his entire of withtheezcepttoltofwhat
They all like pleasant visitor here this week. Mr. the ostrich farm, but he could not ride crop he wishes oranges,to retain South Jacksonville, Florida. j
the ADVOOATE. Moore has a fine turnout consisting of a the ostrich. lIe Is now practicing with
for his at the Inn. MANUFACTURER OF |
guest
Jr. -
W. J. RaKan's strawberries span of black mules and a fine surrey. the battlo-ax, and may go Into the
king In fine condition. al"e show business. They say he can kill yellow Mr. Martin of Sebastian, spent Monday .
Shipments Sea cows, known as manatee here. Three are quite were hammers and woodpeckers.A In Itoseiand hunting and fishing FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and *
meal of beans are going north numerous in the river waters of Being quite successful ho returned home ,
daily. Prices have seen aportlng In the placid satisfied and soaked he
advanced as was caughtin
ter but
leaves paying the heavy express charges Indian River one day this week. LARGE STOCK OK TOYS has Just one or two showers.D. Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material :j
very little
Includingpianos ,
for the grower. Cards are out announcing a grand ball arrived at Mrs.\ Reynolds

The II having //trowing the weather we have by to be Mr.given and at Mrs.the Palm S. Hitching.House: Dec.It 25 Is, pet sweepers, carts,,horses railway, stove trains outfits, eable, ear- that. Cain Is developing, of this place Into, hall a a large flrst-chus cat Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost, Kanit, Etc. Also :'

fall few It Its
will pointer. A days pointed
pIes to put on their cause fruit pine. expected to be quite a swell atf iir. cars, metalaphones, "ninepins, horns, second rattlesnake and ago held Its point The J7Va.xxa.ovi.j: : Iar: L-Timoltet: Bran-a
spring too
Qth a other things numerous -
earlier than usual In this vicinity. The F. E. C. L. work train laid over and a host of Titusville Flo. until the snake was killed. Ammonia. . .4 to B per cent i 1
Ifl'IHr&. C. here last Sunday and the railroad boys to mention. Available Phos. ..6 to 8 per cent > Per Jp2ft.O Per Toil "
)Yathcr B. Merrill, B. J. IIllllanJ, attended church at night In full force. Our postmaster, having lost two fine I'Otaitli K O, . .0 to 7 per cent. ,

UQeh Kanaas and others City came up In the That1 right, boys; don't forget your THE IIOCKLEDOE STORE has the young which roosters he supposed, let a trap were for living wild at cats bis, Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for

nt several hours on Sunday, and Lord. nest display of good along the East One opossum has rewarded Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f. alt .j 1
looking expense.
ps of Banyan. over the Horseback riding Is 4111110 fashionable Coast. Our assortment Is B<, Urge and his trapping so far.Citmlwrlantl. freight/ charge to any railroad.depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until .

Among the these days but as some of our homes varied, that we can supply you with further notice. 1

lie noticed visitors to Banyan, on SliDy are rather "nervous" and the pommelsof anytlilng/ you need. We inaku a specialty Jtoute. .
Mrs. S. Jones Mr- T. Harper and fami- aonw>'saddles are rather loose, it Is of supplying yachting pai ties. : i

e&ln. Alrtb and two daughters, quite a dangerous practice for amateurs. PAXTON: : & HATCH, irockledge.: DURN' & Fi ASTERu.: :
toms.a John Wynn, Arch The formal transfer of the steamer
Justice G. .. I 'Visitors to town this week were :
Hille. our Governor Mafford from its owners, the
fve7where One look Major Lovett, DeLand; Smith Bros., Eau Gallie. Beach A Miller Line to the UrunswickA GROCERIES 'FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
,0 fields of beans can be .een Grant:; Mrs. Dodge, Enos; J. B. Slmln- : Florida Steamboat company, hu been
huh I. plel\Rlng' and tomatoes, ton, Micanopy; Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth, made. The steamer will be given a c
Western Meats of All Kinds
hero f.'lends. ,who to have the come. of our F..E. C. By. J. T. Snell brought some line orange thorough overhauling after which 1 It kery'SnatroTnang7r8ecued.,, ,

10 spend the among been to town last Saturday. will be placed on the run between Brunswick .
winter I find 160 have TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
away from the We that guests ,
COVered Melbourne U and Fernandlna, commencing Dec.15th .
of
hind of the north. at the Palm house during the Mis Annie Oiiode, ,
registered
that there visiting Mrs. Wm. Treutler. and running dally except: /Sunday
summer months. This means Charles: Davies of the Mallory
agent
r aof have been over 300 visitor during that Two homesteads Just back of town will be the teal
CotOCoDSeed make Ip ce. Steamship company, agent. Estate w/
I; per :: Dull A.he.. Tice period.it have changed hand recently. Travelers to ami from Florida; should <

''ttle! ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. is high time that we bad' compullOry Edmund Duke I II now in charge of take this delightful trip. Through Y

BrOIl. Fertilizer A Phosphate Co., edlJoadoo law. in thta .wte There the Sarno property .s caretaker.The ticket to all point will be BOld from WILL. s. TI30MASi; : : ,
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town
this
aroood Jacksonville.
Jacksonville, Fla. are who children; instead roaming of learning/ |Idleness and Spartan carried a shipment of Miilsmi: .. ::ado: 00., .. Florida:

Fort -Pjerce meanness, ought to be going to term school I II pineapples last from week.Archdeacon the. Asplnwall plantationone Send to the ADVOCAT: office and Dealer In choice lands on Blscajme Bay; Residence properties 'farm land ,n

every day thai It Is open.' The lose day get free Information respecting the new s1: Miami Buena Vista and Cocoanut Drove. rise piece of 2Qr cnm Bay front ,

The 10 short that they cannot afford to B. F. Brown will officiate waterworks system for ,house, fares, property at Coconut Grove for $ ,OOO; floe resldenoe at Coco aut Grove, $3,000.. 1

weather U a attto cooler any time.DEED at Episcopal wrrlee next Sunday at etc. ,No overhead tank ued. This II Lots at Cocoanut Grove from 9100 upwards. Bight acres of land at.Buena Vista '',
: than 10:30 a. m. and 3'M: p. m. aid to. be a fine Invention. Cll'cutaneut tor 93U3.OO.: Business block In Miami, lot 100x150, with bosses. bringing rental of >?

Yr. Hall, of New blank 100. each; *1.00 per 100. at Capt. and Mr*. Leo Fromberger l left to any part of the sooth, free. 173 monthly, Insurance paid up for one year, for 93,000. /

Turk ODe of Jut the ADVOCATE office.

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Agriculture winter's guests at the Fort Pierce hotel 1, I ,
S.Pepartluentof arrived on Mond.iy.Mr. I '
upper. Fla. Cocoa. ASK the recovered :
eatber Burma Eaulerson left for Titusvllle on e d sufferer v.pept!ica, ,victims bill o a of" E. B, Williams & Co, .- ;

comparative state Wednesday morning's train. C. W'. Crabb fever and ague the i

e{ollowiera uCe and rainfall for the Mrs. White, of Scbaslan, has been on a family In Tltusvill"Spent. Sunday with his patient mercurial,; bow dlea they a recovered ed

nt of Tuesday, Dec. 8,-1800.epdlnlt 1805Y visit to Mrs. Hall, of this place. 'r P. house Is off for a vacation, being rill npirit;health and' cfii.er-Rood .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants..,. .

'8flt"HIV.. MAX. WINS Don't forget the Xmas tree at the hall relieved by Operator J. A. Wallace. .e, appetllethevwtlltell; ,
van by taklmr' KIMMONS -
Xmas Eve. ;
r& Everybody Is cOI'tli'Uy' Theo. Dickens LlVkK Rl.GU- 65 South Broad St. ATLANTA CA.
88 (68 / S Invited. of Woodley, was In r ,
1-AlOR.
','I OIJ town the latter end of the week.
73
I 7 t B.J 01 00 48 46 Plenty of vegetables/ In town now Success to the pink paper. It Is be The Cheipett. Parent end Bent. Family l o1"ci .ll 1111(1 DOILf4t: ic" :lJ' l'ILItlc+.
I a) Quite a number of beans are eing'shlppell. coming Medicine In the World I ,
75 487d mOl'pOIJulu': than
s uver.ftfn For 11\81'1t1'81A. CONSTIPATION ,.nn. :
j 77 s 80 O. K Wood ton dice, niliouauttackK" 11 ICA UACII 1C.Colic. .1VEtIETAItI.Em {
68- 47 Mr. Davis' new house Is nenrlng com- days i his; M.nd.iy, to spend Depre>N'on, of lip/rlt..., ,MUK I MTOMAC1I, : 1 FItUITIII! '.:'
72 01 pletion. The on pineapple plantation. Heartburn, ela This unrivalled remedy Is i
; the week! 1 :70 Inchesobll young/ men are going to .J. warranted not to contain H Hinxle particle oflIICKCtJlt String/ Hoans. Oranges, I,' j N
rainfall i for l rainfall for the rent the hall for dances. \Vr'nlton' ot Titusvlllo, was in Co- \", or any mineral unbalance, but i* ('al1l1t1owor. III\11ana", '
I
partuliIr 1.13 "inches. Departure There was a nice little dance at the roa tile Jarvis on Monday 1101160.and Tue6day-n guest of I-UIlEI.V VF.nTAIJI.H, Okra,Colory. ", ,., Grape. Fruit, 4
: since January 1, Fort Pierce hotel last Wednesday containing tlione Southern Roots and Herb Cucilnllurs.'a 1.I'I11UnR,
k'aar \ rainfall evening which on at1 wiae Providence has placed lucouniriea .
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; J. II. Tonlllt(1's "
quite a number being In attendance AVntson representing .1. U. Por- where Liver UiseHHva moat prevail.It Limes, I
Iwi 3US Inc1J W. CBONK. Observer.Melbourne. Great thanks are due to our charming ter, of Jacksonville: was in town "'ed. will cure all DlAeaHea c.us.J by Derange. Beets, Cabbage, l'oachl'R, t j i,
ment ol the Liver anJ lto' 'el... '
hostess, Mrs. Frank Tyler, for these l1esday. Squash, l'lnelll'pllIK, t 1
The HYMP'IOMS uf Liver Complaint are abitter
New Potatoes ,
pleasant social evenings Mrs. Hearthstone Such tine or bud tunte In the mouth; 1'ain In the Strawberries, V
., ", ; presided at the piano and weather as wo are having Buck, Side or Jumta,often mlatnken for Klioumatlsin Egg 1'11Ll1t, (UI'IIlIH, 1, '
gave us can only bo appreciated Sour I.uo..f '*, I
line by living on the ; Stomach Appetite Aspllrl\jtl1a. C0I1l11lDntlf. I 1
some music. About 11 p. m. ice East i Coast. Rowels alternately Costive and lux; Ueud."bej '.. I
-' cream was served.. The dance broke ui' Lois of Memory, with a painful sensation of :
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ENGate a'n about 1 Tho orange: owned l having fuileil to do A".t linK which ouKhtto -- ----
f:LoanR. up a. m. glove/ l.yIr.:: J. M.
000PE..ItOaI have been done Low Splrll., a thick
&i ; nTLIverotT.wnd Pdne of ; Debility)
E.R
l1"1 : ; ""dn Epee Minneapolis, is looking in flue yellow I nppearum-u of the Skin and ICye, uilry
I'-Tind' limwrlil, I I Fire Insurance* $ condition Cough often; mmtnken: for Coitnumption.Sometime : G. G. SPRINGER
Cion, l'"K, the Interests of non reslSeaU MUST BE SOLD, to make space) : IOn mnnv of tlteso nyuiptunis Attend x .R
Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes Price We noticed seventeen cars: heavily the iliiieixe, lit other.'erv few; but the I.IVKHm
: loaded the of the disease. and if slotRegulated
Kcui'rnllv neat
with
$21 per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. ciosstics, on the F. E. C. In time event 'BulTei-uiK, wretched "

CARLETON ww&rrss Little Bros.. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co. Hlllway'ill.LY evening, moving south- nuns und I>CA Ill will ennne. ,
; Retailer Of
Manufacturer
!TEL \ Will'llt The following Inghiy esteemed personaoU... and Shipper .
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fei : 'teal Jacksonville, Fla. to the virtues of hnninoim fiver KeHulntwnOcn. ,,;,.;,
In tho and 101!!I retPe -on r1MvMcomProprietor. The Cocoa band, gave Mr. C. K. Mackey W. 8. Unit, I'rca. Ua. S. W. k. R. Co.; ; ttev. J

odallolll, N. 'ERT8UN, and bride a musical: weptlnn Monday\ J.' R. Felder.n"1II".le"uII Perry, Us.;,Ra( 01.. K.hlierilt K.oIl'nrkll liibb,.C AI..., "
tinny <
Malabar.Our evening, at their residence on Brevard: Ua;; Hon.|Alexander H.Stephen\ I IE::: i AND : ;" ,
HOARDING HOUSE:-The Goode avenue. "We have tented its virtues, personally,and ;
,ATE Fountain, Relents./ \ Melbourne, towopenwtaepublf know that for Dynpepsia, UiUoimneHii. and .. .
"" on 1 For terms. a !lltS. R. W. GOODE. Last Saturday the bet. now, there being three firms world ever saw.Ve tried furtyother remediesbefore
programme was handling: / Siinmonti Liver Keftilitor.( but none gave
ter than usual.A fresh meat. S. S. Jones does the pilncl-- UHinoretlmn temporary relief; but the Kejru- ;
[>business. In'cr not only relieved hut cured m. H-fio: Distilled Water
IMC Joe Chase, of Bay View, was alatant carload of heavy timbers have been TEL-bUKAI'll AMU 11I11:6811:1'10.:11,11I"0011, Ua. :
visitor in town last Saturday. side-tracked here, to bo used repairing 11 r. ami Mrs.\ Staiko and. daughter HNI1FACl'Ulllm ONI.Y IIY
the switch. paid our town a visit of a short while the J. H. ZLILIN CO.. riiiladelphlm 1'..
Iffe\\ are pleased to see Mr. and Mrs. last of the week, returning their home Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers. :: j;

shoiiille, here, to spend another win- Miss Same and several of her scholars at M.il.ibixr on Friday.J. \ .
rwltlnis.Cspt. from Bay View were in town on Sunday for Daytona last week, tho captain returning I
last. D. Crabb guarantees; satisfaction here FACTORIESCocoa
on Monday.
Ceo. Gleason Is a frequent visi- from the Uililiteh Steam Laundry, ,Jack. and West Palm Ueach. :: )
r i to our'town, coming In, his fast Quite a number of our citizens attended sonville. Leave your washing Monday Cards rue out for a hot masque to beheld I '
inch. the funeral of Mrs. J. B. Manard of and it will be returned Frld.iy. at the Casino, Doc. .Slat. This will,
: Bar- Valkaria, on the 12th. She was laid'to no doubt, be a very Inilliaut and enjoyable :
JlI1. ]D. Lockwood, Mrs\ W. rest in the Melbourne cemetery. To her Harry Eyer bus a nice lot of curios, affair > .

a and Mrs. K. W. Goode?, spent last aged/ husband our hearts go out in sym- and Is still mounting/ btuls, squirrels, SEEDS-- GARDEN and FIELD SEEDSI
friends. --
Icsilay; in Eau Gallic, calling on pathy. etc. ; but we do not think, with nil his Theo. Doini'o, (Cocoa's popular blacksmith
U hero horses. Thus -
shoeing
Iprof. Winters seems to be enjoying nerve and energy, ho would try to mount
Our Christmas tree will be on Christmas Stiling's Texas doth the shelled streets mako a now line
Florida and well he might, now pony.C.

e it it I t In he Is master, of such a dainty little affair.Eve A, and good promises programme/ to be is a being very nice pre J. Schoounukor after week's: returned home onSatu1'day of occupation. Loon Vann necessary.Mrs. /Rave.birth to a l.Vlb.: I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-

stay in Jacksonville ,
pared. Other amusements are on foot child Dr. Brown In In attendance

I A J. Goode has just put his yacht for Christmas week also. court.ns Mr.a petit S. was juror excused in Uncle on accountof Sam's ,the Saturday.condition of the mother beingconsidered class SEEDS in the State.-_ ;. .
She has
eak Into the water again. f,
Venetia Mims will leave us on business in Cocoa. very precarious.J. "
D newly painted, and looks quite Miss ) SOT: SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering. elsewhere. All /leads l tested I.
Saturday to spend her two weeks' XMas H. D. Smith\ visited Tltusvillo last liefore aunt Jut
m. II. II. Wilkinson :and son Joe have putdown
with her at
holidays at home parents for the of proving
Saturday, purpose up L. CAMERON Seedsman \(
a driven well 104ft.! for J. M illtlloby ,
[Ducks are plentiful all along the Minis. We regret very much she must on his homestead on the East side
at City Point. There is just a inod- 125 East St. JACKSONVILLE FLA !i
Bay ,
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|ores here, and some of our crack shots leave us, even for so short a time; but Mossrn. Boynton and Dortou accompanied -
tlliem whenever they want a duckner. we venture to say we do not regret it as crate How of water, so the pipes111 bo him as witnesses. \
driven the desired How.
deepeto get
much as do someone else. Naval Surgeou Smith (retired and :

I)fl'. and Mrs. Henry Starck, :Mrs.: Mr. J. A. Keyes, of Toledo, 0., gave Stl. :Miller: representing) S. Gl'Ilhfoldel' Mltm Smith who are enjlylnyachtlnjt/ ) A Fertilizer for Fruit :
G.Bralnard! and the Messrs. Charlie n very interesting entertainment at the & Co., wholesale liquor dealers: Louisville tour of Indian Itlver, after anchoring off : c.- d

lolton and Earnest Svedelious were in school-house on Monday evening, with Ky., was In Cocoa Tuesday night, the city dock a few days, left on Sunday "
Ir town last Saturday. his graphophoue. He spent next day and attended an oyster roast, at which morning for points south. AL 1

IMIns Annie E. Goode has been up at here as the guest of Mr. C. C. Carroll, ha burnt his finger\ while on the "grab." Mr. and Mis. Wm. II. Munn\ of Holyoke ---_h___ ? .-=_- -:.,....: "The Ideal I Pineapple I Fertilizer, ItPrl.oc
and looked our town thoroughly over. Mis. J. D. Crabb and children came
luGallio, spending a few days with Mass., arrived on ''Tuesday's train,
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is the best land situation and : l2 .Oo Per 1
Titusville
rlend Mrs. Wm. Treutler, at1' her lie says it down from on Saturday: to for the winter. Their many friends were Tpn.
surroundings of anything/ he has seen spend Sunday: with her hllsb.nd.Ir.:: .
put[ home on Eau Gallie river.Geo. yet. He went from here to Fort Pierce. Crabb is generally of a happy-going/ disposition pleased to greet them, this making several GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :...... .. ;

| Driver, of New Haven, Conn., but on this occasion he was all town.winters they- have passed in our Moisture . ,.. .., .. ,.. ,8 to 10 1'er
hospentsome time with us last year ttullus. Ammonia . . .,.. . .:.,. . .1,4jy to 6" ht

u been In town lately, calling on old DOLLS Titusville.AND TOYS A grand at display.Mrs. Reynolds, Mr. Robt. L. Purnell, traveling/ In the The- East Coast LiDO.Iteamer Court- Phosphoric Acid . . . . .. . ,5 to a" ,4
lends. He is this at been
kledlCe spending season interest of John Matthews Apporatus ney thoroughly, Captain overhauled Maclntyre and, having put In first- I'utash (Actual). . . ,,. . of . .II to 8, II IW,

Co., of New York, has sold W. E. Booth class condition, has resumed her regularrun Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal\ Nitrate of Soda: Blood, Bone ,N
"invitations were received by many of Sebastian.Mrs. one of the above companys cold blast between Eau Gallie and Cocoa. The Dissolved Phosphate, Fine around Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of I'otnsh. "

rpeople this week to attend the Ball stills for distilling..water for :Mr: ll9 !th'ji., stealer Delia, which took her plauo during -' B3T":: Write for directions for using "and further' pnrtlculars; also auk for

."quo, at Eau Oallie, December 31. Dodge, of Enos, was in town this bottling works.Sheriff I tho Bummer months, Is laid off.. copy of "Kuonomlcal Foitlllzlnjf for Fruit." We carry a large stuck of all Kortlli .
a\
who attend will be sure to have a week. Bowman and Janice Silvertooth zer Material, CcTtton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust 1'otasb. etc. Write fur prices before
M time, as usual. The entertainment at Mrs.\ Trctitlor'slast buying. We soak the trade direct.
growers
Major Lovett, of DeLand, called on came down from Titusville\ on Wednesday Friday evening netted about $20.00:! (
iMra. J. s. Broomhead, of Atlanta, our merchants a few days ago. : and crossed the river to Indianolaon for the Episcopal church fund, the eve WILSON & TOOMER : J
T'Ib Her two sors, Edward and Benja- the mall boat. They brought their participated ,I
ning's being
J'H' are pleasantly located at the Goodeuse The schooner Olivette, Capt. Brainard, hunting accoutrements and guns along, by a goodly enjoyment company' Another similar The Fertilizer House of Florida, 1

on Fountain Heights, for theAter of Valkaria, passed here, Sunday, going/ and were joined by Johnnie Waller.C. affair will be held shortly, the proceeds Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. .
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arriving there last Tuesday south. R. Mackey ended his honeymoon on to be devoted to the same good cause. ,

Tfning. I G. H. Edwards has laid a nice shell Tuesday, and returned to his position at Thanks are due Messrs. Hodgson, 'Hays -

Yr. Kirby, of Cleveland, 0., arrived walk from his house to the road in front the Cocoon Ice Manufacturing Co.'s and .Gilbert; Misses Paddlson, Gilbertand

town last week to spend the winter of his place. works. J. Marshall, who was sent here Ilodgson; and Mesdanaes: Nesbitt, S. Morse '
Ie with his relieve Mr. M. Hanna and Sweet for tbelr kindly assistance -
family, who are pleasantly by Mr. Grant Springer to ; 1
Fritz Light's xx
White Elephant, ,
*'w at tile Idyl cottage. Mr. Kirby The dress during his trip north, returned to St. not forgetting; the genial and popular ,
light' sailboat, Is now radiant in a new hostess Mrs. Treutler who contrib- "
a 23-pound sea bass and some and Aiizustine on Tuesday.Mr. I
with black yellow.E.
e trout the other of white trimmed uted ]largely to the success of the even-
day. He Mel-
says Kobt. Travis and daughter: ; Miss REAZI :EST.TE: : :
wno river is a fine fishing point. W. and G. B. Hall, of Faustina, Ing. ,
arrived in town on Friday eveningby
Iris
here last week look- ,
several days
Quite a number of men are busy drive spent after their Interests in this vicinity.{ private conveyance, having driven a MIAMI: : : :Dad.o Oo. FLO %XD.A.: .
down Ing -
piles In front of Thomas team from Griffin, tla.; their home, covering Roseland. 1..i
,,7c.8.8toreandthe? Riverside hotel. Beans from Orchid Enos and Narrowsare the distance: in fifteen days. Mr.

Intends to have a nice dock arriving/ daily via the mall boat, Travis joins his son here, who came AGENT FOR LANDS OF -- ----
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the river i these will Anan Campbell, of Melbourne, has ,
landlnto/ his store, BO that which makes daily trips to points about a fortnight/ earlier. They t \
Itumers can' land there with the winter in Cocoa. been pending a few days In Hosoland, '
row or spend
ii l boats. This will be Paul Kroegel's latest boat Is named looking after his grove and assisting Mr, Florida East Coast Railway Company, .. '
eDt, a big Improve- the Yellow Kid, and It will soon be Our band gave ]Mr. and Mrs James F. Moore rush ofT a few oranges. Florida Coast Lino Canal & Transportation Company, ,
launched the bosom of Indian Mitchell a serenade, and the happy bride '
upon .
Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.
irfrs. Hnnnlout wife of of the :
River to move as a thing of life. and groom treated the boys right royal one
were pleased at the kind and Kant Coast Line conductors, stopping ,. .- -.
consisting of ly. Many -
bureaus washstands still victor and has -
measles is a ,
The Krclldouna Inn.
toilet which the AovocATic at
in
,
manner
tables and
of generous
other articles of children's furniture, now made a School raid on opened the older again people on Mon- referred to Mr. Mitchell and his bright/ Mel sr.. Moore and Ku finer have had The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
gotten up our town. and lady-like bride; and |It was L.
very prettily, useful as well with a small attendance.J. charming/ Bay street grubbed front the Drake placeto
ornamental, at Mrs. Reynolds, TI- day much appreciated.We the Mallory plantation. This gives a ,

tuavllle, I B. Siminton, of Micanopy, representing hear that James Silvertooth has good road from the. depot all the way ID. f5tVnLOW O-oxi'X 3MCo.taA.fXOX*. i
Nex & Co., N. Y., called on our a hunting trip. After en to the Inn. ,
quite
the first of the week.L. been on LATE CHAPMAN &8UDIXMV.) '
Banyan. bean growers jfylnthe/ hospitalities of :Mr. W. K. We understand L. C.- Moore has disposed ( s3

C. Moore, of Ercildoune Inn, was a Sanders and Mr. S. M. Samtt, he visited of his entire crop of oranges, with South Jacksonville Florida. :
pleasant visitor here this week. Mr. the ostrich farm, but he could not ride the exception1 what he wishes to retain ,

They all like the ADVOCATE.v Moore has a line turnout, consisting of a tne ostrich. lie Is now practicing with for his guests at the Inn. MANUFACTURER OF r :
hr. black mules and a fine surrey. the battle-ax, and may go into the !'
W. J. Ragan's strawberries are span If lie can kill yel- Mr. Martin of Sebastian, spent Mon-
business. They say
king In fine condl tlon. Sea cows, known as manatee, are quite low show hammers and woodpeckers. day In Roseland, hunting and fishing.. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and 1

,Shipments of beans numerous in the river here. Three were Doing quite successful,he returned home ,
most are going north sporting In the placid waters of satisfied/ and soaked, as he wan caughtIn
seen
ter paying the Prices heavy have advanced, but i Indian River one day this week. A STOCK OF TOYS has just one or two showers.D. Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,
arrived ,
have express charges, Including
Mrs. Reynolds,
very little for the Cards are out announcing a grand ball at Cain, of this place, has a large cat
The warm grower. to be given at the Palm House, Dec. :23!: piano, carts, horses railway, stove trains outfits, cable, carpet that is developing into a //I rM t-c\\.11; Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dost, Kanit, Etc. Also

having' all/growing the weather we have by Mr. and Mrs. S. Hitching. It la sweepers 'ninepins, horns, pointer. A few days ago( it pointed Its :Elard.-TI.D:1o: 3rar&c.
plea fall will cause pine- to be quite a swell affair. cars, metalaphones, second rattlesnake, and held Its point The FaD1o"U. & : : :
thearluPPUtV0n their spring fruit a expected bid over and a host of other things too numerous until the snake was killed. Ammonia, .. . . . ,,4 to 5 per cent / t
usual In this vicinity.Uatbc The F.. E. C. L. work train railroad boys to mention. Titusville, Fla. Available Thos. Acid...(0 to 8 per cent > For $25.00. Per Ton. >

C. B.Ierrtll:: attended Sunday: and the full force. Our postmaster, having lost two fine I'otash K 0. ..0 to 7 per cent )
B- Hilllard, at night in wild
church / for cats
set ,
roosters, a trap
'" ch X8 and others. the That' right, boys; don't forget your KOCKLEUOE STORE has the young which he supposed were living at bin Highest' Commercial Value given; our brands In the last Bulletin. Write forPrices.
Sunday, TIlE Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f. all
eat lief ,. 1M.City hours, 00 and Lord. finest display of /goods along, / the East expense. One opossum has rewardedhis freight charges to any railroadieepot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until +
Ps o anyan. looking over the Horseback riding Is quite fashionablethese Coawt. Our assortment Is 54> Urge awl trapping so far.Cumlwrlnnd. further notice. i i iDUREN

some of our homes varied, that we can supply you with

Among 1. the visitor to Banyan, on SIIn31."e are rather days,"nervous"but as and the pommels anything you need. We make a specialty JConte.' -... .. .-.- .. .-- .-- ,- -

noticed Mr. T. Harper and faml- 'saddles of supplying/ yachting parties. .

mrnl'S. .James. Jones AI th Land John Wynn quite a dangerous practice for amateurs.. PAXTO.V: & HATCH, IJocktedge.: The formal transfer of the steamer ,& FEASTER......

Arch this week were : -- -- Governor Haflord from Us owners, the
and Justice Visitors to our town -
and
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G. GROCERIES Florida
Dille. & VEGETABLES
Everywhere Major Lovett, DeLand; Smith Brew., Eau Gallie. Beach k: Miller Line, to the Brunswick FRUITS
one look be J. B&lm n- &: Florida Steamboat las been
can seen Dodge ;
ich fields of beans and tomatoes Grant Micanopy; Mrs. ; Mr.; and Enjw Mrs. lllldreth, made. The companl' given a Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and Tinware.

h erIsfriend lng to of our tom F.'E. C. By. J. T. Snell brought some line orangesto thorough: overhauling, after which It Your patronage Solicited. i

to who bave come among town last Saturday.Miss will be placed on the run between Brunswick TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

"oC spend the winter away trolD the We flml that 100 guests have been the Annie Ooode, of Melbourne, U. and Fernandlna, commencing Dec. ,
overed hills of the north. registered at the Palm house during ( Wm. Treutler. 1.1th and running dally except: Sunday
.summer months. This means that there visiting/ Mrs. Charles Davies, agent of the Mallory

TonwBE SOLD have been over 200 visitors during that I Two homesteads. just back of town Steamship company, will be the agent.; Real Estate c./
to make pace; 10 period.- have changed hands recently. Travelers to ami from Florida should
ton

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property _
Fertilizer l education the Sarno .
4 Phosphate Co., & around this town Jacksonville.. .
Jacksonville, Fla. are children roaming idleness and Spartan carried a shipment: of :Miami: .. aado OO., P1orl.d.a:

who; instead ought of to learning be going to school from the A plnw ll plantationplnesPPl -Bend to the ADVOCATE: office and Dealer la choice lands on BIscajrne Bay; Residence properties and'farm Und

Fort Pierce. meanness,that ft Is open.' The term Is one day last week.Archdeacon get free Information respecting the new at Miami, Buena Vista and Cocoanut Drove. Fine piece of 2Qr crw' Bay front

rrery day that they cannot afford to lose B. F. Brown will officiate waterworks system for houses, farms, property at Cocoanut Grove lot $5,000; Vine residence at CocoamU Grove, $3,000.: .
1\e so short Eplscop.1 service. next Sunday atat eta ,No overhead tanks ued. This U Lota& Cocoanut Orove from 9100 upwards. Bight acres of land at.Buena Vista

4 ether 'a a little' ."cooler: than anytime., 10:30" m. and S:3o p. m. aid to be a fine Invention. Circular for ZU.OO. Business block In Miami, lot 100x190; with houses- bringing rental of

*'. II aU DEED blank lOe. each; r 1.00 per 100, at Capt. and Mrs. too Fromberger left : sent to any part of the south, free. $73 monthly, Insurance paid np for one year, for 13,000

of
New Turk, one of Jut the ADVOCATE office.

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:I r; 6 INDIAN RIVER 'ADVOCATED DECEMBER 18. 896iu .

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f TWO PAPERS FOIl ONE' 1 SOCIETIES ETC.


} THE OLDEST PKICE. I KNIGHTS OF 1'YTItIAB.Seminole \r 1

: Lodge No.:311.! holds ltd, meetings at
An Opportunity to Get the "In- the Court hllll"". the Unit four Thursday evenings .
AND THE BEST dian River Advocate" and of etch month, at II o'clock p. m. I
L. T. COODY S. l>. GEIGER
li 1 _ the Florida" Citizen Together C. C. M. of F. *' K. of n. & 8.

PERSONALITIES. Cough-cure, the most prompt and at a Greatly Reduced : &
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effective remedy for diseases of the INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
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tl Y, :fr: Mrs. Scott, wife of the sheriff of MOo throat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry The Florida Citizen Is now one of the Drill at the Armory over county Jail every

',,'..r: have county, A. T., is herself a deputyaheriff. 1'ectoraL As an emergency medicine most complete newspapers in the United tuoHuay evening in the A.T.month"'SA"TSI1Captaln.at 8 etafc. ,

+ #*'* 't, for the cure of States, outside of the great metropolitan

,I nl 'j MS J. Tho Duke of Norfolk ban parchasod Croup, Sore Throat, centers. Its type are set entirely by

I ''h"t .. I for $6S' ,000 a site for a Roman Oatholio Lung Fever and machinery and its printing is done on INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD ,iTEMPLARS
'ii{ one of Hoe' large presses. Steam and Titusville Lodge No. 17 meets every Tuesday hryo
college at Oxford '
I' .'1" : Whooping Cough, electric power both are used and telegraph evening TSO: in ITesbyterlan church. Public
,1 d All Queen Victoria's children have wires are carried directly into the I meetings lint Tuesday In each month.C. ghcFaw

( "'t I ''I :married, and all the unions, except: that AYER'SCherry office. The best of material is employedIn A. GARDNER Seu't., G. W. BCOHIE C.,T. ?

; I. r .', + of the Marchionera of Lome, have been every department and most of the .
fry 1 ,blessed with ohildron.It Pectoral members of the. force are old and experienced : -
cannot be equaled.E. Journalists. The news of the -y
f I I The of Daniel Boone and his :
graTe
CHURCHES.:
M. DRAWLEY.D. world is obtained from the Associated Qr
.1' -wife is in the old cemetery in Frankfort,
Press and that of the State from representatives -
(! I D. Dis. Sec. of
t Ky. It ia marked by a monument which stationed in every Importanttown.
EriSCOFAL CHURCH.
0 r, '-1' q /(I has been very much defaced by seeker -: the American Bap. The greatest care Is taken to ob
t,: tlst Publishing Society. Petersburg Services the 2nd and 4th Sunday In each /
+ I'i for relioa. tain correct reports and to avoid false month, at 11 a. U'.and 7:00 p. m. Sunday school
Lord Qhief Justice Russell tells an inter Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent and sensational rumors. Particulars of very Sunday at t/:30 .. m. Evening prayer at
low criminalities and other matter unfit 8 m. on Wednesdays. Litany (service every
I d colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley p.
i riewer that Mrs. May brick i I. sure to for household excluded. In Friday at 10 a. In.
be pardoned sooner or later. He has al!- also adds: To all ministers suffering politics the paper reading Is soundly are Democratic, (IRSV. B. 1'. Baowlt Rector.

I way held that she was unjustly con from throat troubles, I recommend following the principles laid down by SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES
'; '4 1't t II demned. Andrew Jackson, and refuolng to lend METHODIST CHURCH.

%; $ The sister of President Kruger, Mrs. AVER'S'Cherry Itself to temporary crazes and schemesfor Regular services every first third and fourth Finest Cuisine and Service. :No Tramfer between Jacksonville and New York
private advantage. The Daily CIti- Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. Sunday
Pieter du Plessis, who died recently, School Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Epworth The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanche" :
every
is believed have circula-
I zen to a larger
Jeft 177' descendants, while there are each Sunday at:2:30: m. Prayer meetIng -
League p. "
jvr-4( l now 143 persons who can trace their PectoralAwarded tion than any other dally Journal southof every. Thursday night at 7:00: p.Wednesday m. The (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee," "sQ>aje!
.4 Atlanta and east of New Orleans. Ladlo.Aid Society meets every
..3 s descent from the president himself The subscription price of the Weekly at 8:00: p. m. Everybody welcome at our church NorthBound.Steamers .

j d''' rlh' r Captain Archibald Douglas, who baa Medal at World's :Fair. Citizen la $1 a. year, and that of the services. F. M. C. EARS, Pastor. are appointed to sail according to the tide
r From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sunday. J
just been promoted to the rank: of rear Dally Citizen $8. We will supply the :Tuesdays and Thn
CHARLESTON S. C., Mondays
I admiral in the British navy., it a native AVER'S PILLS Cure Liter and Stomach Trouble INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and the From For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston wednesdays dully and! Fn
I Weekly Citizen together for $2.00, or the pal
of the city of Quebec. The family PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
SouthBound.Steamers .
i INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and the Dally
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went there from Brechln, Forfurshire. Citizen for $8.00. A specimen copy of Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and... 7.30p.m. are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River New York, at 3 p. m., as fnllotn!
4A Ch. Gardner,
school at 0 a. m. .
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dend of 10' for Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt, per"cent the half yea either the Daily or the Weekly Citizencan Prayer meeting on Wednesday eveningat For CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays Wednesclujs and FrlJ!
Supt
For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays .
)Eli -Jr., have decided to spend the winter at ended June 80. be obtained by sending a postal cardto 7::'M. The services.imlillo are cordially Invited to attend ami FriClyde's

4 + .Bourbon J'Archambault. Mr. and Mrs. William Greet' American "Sign of the office of the Citizen. Jacksonville, our H. M. OOODELL Pastor. -
9 y 1'IIh '''Whitney and some other relatives will the Cross" company has begun a preparatory Florida. St. Johns Itiver Line.

join them either before or soon after tour of England and Scotland
I 1 Christmas. before sailing for New York. If a cat washes herself calmly and BAPTIST CHURCH. 'DE!: BARY LINE)

4' : We have heard a great deal of Lady Charles Wyndham bas decided not totour smoothly the weather will be fair. Preaching every .second and fourth Sundays. The Elegant Iron Sldewheel Steamer

f +' a. Henry Somerset but very little of her South Africa. Herbert Fleming morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .
I i' evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday
Wednesday
ij husband. There ia such a person, how baa arranged. tour in that country for Aching Joints School every Sunday at 9:45a.: m. Also preach- W. A. SHAW.
I'' He VIra. Potter and ing first Sunday at LaGrange; Second unday, :L.appointed to sail as follows. :
11 ever lives abroad chiefly in Italy, Kyrle Bellew playing .
l I Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend.B. Leaven Jacksonville 8:30 pi m, suadaye, Tuesday. and Saturdays for Pa
7 and is frequently at La Scala eight weeks at Johannesburg.COMMON and intermediate the St.John
''t l tt' seen Announce the of rheumatism A. GEIGER, Pastor. Sanford. Kntedrrlse!: landings on S River.
theater in Milan. presence Leaves Sanferd 0.00 a. in., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksom'lllo.
''I which causes untold suffering. Rheumatism -

{ Nicola Tesla tells us that it may be '.. is due to lactic acid in the blood. SOUTH MOUND. SCHEDULE. UUTH nuHead
? possible to see the face as well as hear SPICES. It[ cannot be cured by liniments or other CATHOLIC CHURCH. Read down up
outward applications. Hood's Sarsaparilla Services at 10 a. m. In newChurch Leave 33O p.m. .....Jacksonville... ......... ............ Anne 830
the voice of the speaker who is a thousand every Sunday ..
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Ginger ia said often to relieve seasick- purifies the blood removes the building, North Titusville. Children's 8.4ft p. m. Leave II.CO
r miles away. There are difficulties catechism at 8 I 8,00" m. ... Astor. .. .. 3001JO
DOBS. cause of rheumatism and permanently p. m.REv.. 'BOYL ,Rector. .. 4.30 a. m. Francis. II
J. F. O
'w r4 in the path, but the scientific imagination cures this disease. This Is the testimony .. 5.3O a. m. ........................ BeresfordBine ........................... It 12110(
i' 4 ;' 4 e predicts success, and Testa declares Sumatra pepper is said to be the .' 60O .
a m. Springs 11.30
1 .that he has cheapest.The of thousands of people who once Arrive 8.30 a.m.:. ::::::::::::::: ::::::::...SaniEnterprise.. ;. I ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: IIIM1B.30
# A hope.ExCongressman suffered the pains of rheumatism but Why will you buy bitter nauseating .. 9.25 ..m. .......... .... .... ....::.. ... ...................... .
; 1' Levi T. Griffin, who cinnamon gardens of Ceylon are who have actually been cured by taking tonics when Grove's Tasteless Chill .. .. .. ... .. .... ...... ...So. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford).. .. ........ .................1250Gen'I
q Shaa just been appointed pension agent said to have an area of 12,000 acres. Hood's Sarsaparilla. Its great power to Tonic in as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.I
a l1)P act the blood and remove Your is authorized to refund Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvJ.
< upon every druggist
) < tat Detroit, ia the professor of law in the, Caraway seeds are regarded aa a stim
; jw!; University of Michigan. He born ulant and efficient aid Impurity Is the secret of the wonderfulcures the money in every case where it falls to
was to
I ri i an digestion. by Hood's Sarsaparilla. cure. Price, 50 cents. 23-10-07; A. L.K8LIE,Supt. JNO. L. HOWARD. Fla. Fr't Agt. F. M.IRONMONGER, JR.,Fla Vast
J' 3 in Oneida county, N. Y., on a farm The Jamaica nutmeg ia a seed of a JACKSONVILLE FLA.

i I ,'which was conveyed to his father by fruit somewhat resembling our pawpaw. THEO. O. Eoerw, T. M., A. J COLE, General Passenger Agent M. H. Cn.OK,A,T,
r' ''George Washington. Three drops of a black cat's blood is TANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR B BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
+ Throughout India and all south Asia \i'X
jHenry. Irving carries with him on his cardamom seeds said to be a cure for croup,-St. Louis V women to travel for responsible \VM. P. CLYDE & CO.. General Agent.,
i : l1, tours his own tea, a fine China variety ment. are used as a condi 'ost-Dlspatch. established house in Florida. Salary ff Bowling Gre.n,New Tork. la, So. Delaware Av.,Phlladeli
i (780 and Position
1 that cornea in silk: sacks lIe has hill expenses. permanent.
8 Jt' teakettle Caraway seeds are grown for the market The way to cure catarrh Is to purify Reference. Enclose self-addressed ,
own and, after ordering hot
: in many parts of Europe and south the blood and the surest best way to stamped envelope. The National, Star MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
tt .', water, and rolls, he attends to the I .
r't sugar England. purify> the blood Is by taking Hood's Insurance[ Bldg., Chicago. j an29! ,97
rl of the tea himself.
.making Ellen Terry
the One True Blood Pur-
tai i 'ia very fond of cocoa. Ginger ia said to be employed in Ifier.Sarsaparilla, Florida New York
more than 100 different medical pre Samples of "Palntoff" may be had
1 .) 1 Rhoda Broughton, who never writes scriptions. at the ADVOCATE office, free of charge.'VHY Philadelphia and Bostoi
I a novel without dogs in it, is the very
} ') Hood's pills are prompt efficient, always -
F devoted mistress of a battalion of pug The nutmeg plant has never been sueessfully reliable, easy to take, easy to operj: Sailing; from Brunswick Ga., direct to New Tar
i ;' Her own dogs she has written into grown beyond the limits of PASSENGER SERVICE.:

,books again and again, and the tropics. ite.The
f perhaps no veteran German rope dancer RUBBER ITAMPSIEALS WHY NOT HAVE YOU' Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), ''
'' s I .authoress enjoys her profession so entirely The cinnamon gardens of Ceylon RAIL' F. C 1'. R. only 4.00:) p. in. i
Kirle, who has just died at the of WORK DONE BY QUICKCHEAPANDARELIABLi R'1 .,
J 1 spice performed on the tight rope a week t
a per acre. before his death. He was celebrated BRASS FIRM. STEEL DIES WAX Through car without transfer. Jacksonville to Jlriinn
*j|. I STAGE GLINTS. In Marseilles] imitation nutmegs were outside of his profession as the father SEALS.BRASS CHECKS I PROPOSED: SAILINGS I

I I : formerly made from bran clay and of 83 children. TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIE Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R.,3:30-.d. m, (Standard Time.) Lv.Drum

George;D. Baker has joined McKee nutmeg refuse. BIGGEST PLAN Friday Oct. 9..............................COLORADO ........ .. ........... .. ,Frlilay. \
I .4 Rankin's company as leading juvenile. The cinnamon tree height I STEEL esrAMrortani Friday, Oct. 16. ..... ............ .... ....... .RIO GltANDE. ............. ...... ..Fridnyk(>>
.. grows to a [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any woatia. IN THE SOUTH Friday Oft, 23.............................COLORADO... ........................Friday. ,I''
t. 4'p,I II "The Dawn of freedom," a new Cu- of 20 or 30 feet. It is believed to be a job printing you need.] Arw'v,. Friday Oct. SO.... .. ....... .. ...RIO GRANDE...... ..... .. ..., ..'rhlayI:
} I f f ban play, la to begin a tour on Oct. 96. native of Ceylon GM./e.M w Friday, Nov. 6..... ........................COLORADO... ..................... ......rld.y.I': ''

For eaneral Information,steamers trains rates eto., to railroad agent or to
j Anna Foley, a female violinist, is In Germany there is a belief that apply any
\.. P. MURPHY Apent, Fernandina r'fa..{ CHAS. DAVIES,Agent 220 W.Hay St.Jackson
a I, I the Gecko of an English "Trilby"com nutmegs aid in the digestion of cabbage H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Brunswick, On. *
1 y pany. and cauliflower, hence this spice ia often C. H. MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20, E.!: River, and 302 Broadway,N.Y.

; Sir Arthur Sullivan baa boon elected used aa a flavoring. ?

# 1 president of the English Orchestral as White pepper is the same as the black,
t sociation. with the exception that the outer dark Yea why do Bicyclists Become

,I i ,1 Charles Hannan'a new play for Dan- coat of the berry has been removed. The A Boon to Florida ;

} iel Frohman ia entitled "The Flower of white pepper lacks much of the pungency t
I1 t .the Farm. of the black.

I Henry B. Irving ia playing Hentzau Inferior cinnamon bark and the broken '

q &f in George Alexander'a: "Prisoner ofZeuda" : pieces are all withheld from commerce Water Works for Your Homes

"' 1 ; company. and stored for the purpose of ,
making the oil of oinn"mon.-St. Louis
i Lilla Wilde has returned to England -

'' I after an absence of five years in South Globe-Democrat. Etc., under your own Control )

.Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
? The Latest From Europe.A .
: J: i The city of Genoa baa stipulated that handsome KEATINGEnthusiasts
wealthy but uncultivated
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the performances at its subventioned
t6f theater, the Carlo Felice, must be im banker-not from New York of ? YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO
course-recently returned from a for
<. f proved.
L eign tour, wall conversing about his
Anton Lax:, leading tenor at the Weimar travels at the Fifth Avenue hoteL THEY note the quick response as the pedal ia touched, THE REST.

.' 1 (Germany) Opera House, is 80 "Mr. X., did you see the Dardanelles the smoothness of motion as they glide along the
q'' years old and has sung at that house while abroad" perfect triteness of the frame under the hardest Used with open and driven wells
strains, and then discover why we ask them to
since 1865. "Yes certainly. I dined with them springs and lakes. A few minutes workat
SEE THAT CURVE I
ji 1 1k Y The directors of the London Gaiety and had a royal good time. "-New No Swaying Frames.No an air pump delivers the water all

"1 k ?Thegter company; have.proposed a divi- York Herald. Binding of Bearings.Art .
I ),; over your house with pressure. No cost
t-: Catalogue Cota.. In Stamps.
to No windmill
operate.
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I tank.; Simple and durable. ,

STAND W. BEERS Agent Bt:Augustine fla. Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S o ; p

v ADVOCATE or toDearing Pneumatic Water Works
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I YOU r SECr FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., for either or Domestic Public Purpose. r, .

Dearlng-, Parslow & Co., 1
TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PANSLOW, Mae ;
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(Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TaMea. Fl...
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: Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.


{;ftI; : A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We 1ja "Your Health

{ purchased la January last the Immense stock of Pianos Organs sheet .- And Your Families"
bQa music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out
the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a full Every one is familiar with RIp

I line of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos. t Winkle's famous toast. If you drink
a We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $200!() more than we or
t 7 II''>,,, ask for them : our whiskies, brandies, rams

j b41 You will Sad on. coupon Conover,style K,wal................ ......1360 Haines Hros., style 6, mah..................1200 purchased from us, It Is doubly pi
/ Inside each two K,eb...... ............ ..... 3M Schubert, IS ................. 275 certain ot
J ounce bag .". J.eb .................. .. .. 2\11I Malcolm Love wal.................... 2Vo( for the reason that you are .
r i I S and two coupon*Inside each /1 J.wal. ........................ aw Stetnway eb ............ ...... ana quality and their flavor speaks lot:'
Po Iburounceb.gofflackwsU's N Meb.......................... 4111I Ererctt.Klnirsbury. eb..Y.Y.. .. ."...... fly 0
j I H ill NG III '. K. wnl.... ..? ......... .,...... 3MUcOunmon style II eb................... 77b It you Imitate Rip and go hunting
Durham. Buy a bag of this style 2'.1.wad.,....... ........... aim ** A eb........ ............' :Zoo fix P
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t celebrated tobacco and read 23,man.......... ........ 3mT > Knabe Grand .. .............. ..... 280 ing these cool days, let us you
( .1 ,wal..................... 276 StuyresaatNewaby eb..... ................ 178 e a of refreshing drinks.
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BU1'T the coupon-which gives) a N 7..b.\................ 2BAHalnee wal.. ............ ...>, 2oora w supply
( list of valuable preeanta and Broe., fI, .!>.............. ....... aoo A Evans eb..,...................
11't .N. N U 3, .b...................... 176 .J... M.Star, eb..............._... 110
re.3 GENUINE how to let them. u .. 3, Utah,........... ........ 19o Morris, .w. loo C I s. c o
Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and I. v sz cS2

a put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re- DEALERS DC -
:I WAM.Lof funded. We furnish a stool, scarf lunstruotion book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville Fine
L4jjsDU :::::: ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.FREYZR Wines ,sand x.:1ca.UO: :

A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Hercules Malt Tonic $3 M per ewe, Clayton; & BnMvll Wild Chary Beady$*.*>f*'#
34 E Forsvth Street Jacksonville, Fla.
417 419 West Bay St, JACKSONVILLE.p' .

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Bar figure's Wtlb Ae..reatione very; oharmlnir. .. :oTa3zs.: ,-1.-EII-wi4 FLOEI.XJ:: :: :>.A. ;1
Nit I

Her conquests are alarminir .- --" ..

She Like appears a gleam Nit when of!something In fall flight bright, vVI-IITE'S COTTAGE, Rockledge, Fk EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.'j

Just a phantom of delight -

Nltl Pleasantly ]located near the large hotels.] I
Large airy rooms. Good Table.
WOULD FAIL She looks sublime in bloomers.. Pure filtered rain C. B. KNOTT, Gen'l! Superintendent.ST. .
HER WOMAN Nltl! water. Terms, $1.50 per day; *7 to $10 per week.

::; Sh. Could Not; A charming typo of boomers
I--D. Why J "
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WHITE
SapIInD NIt! Proprietor. AUGUSTINE,
For the rr..Jd..ner.; For her face Is free from care
asked Mrs. Strcngmind. And she ban no haunting Htare.Bbo's Alcazar,
I etnt her : a beauty anywhuru .
J
I6mo ceasing work upon Nitl Now OPEN".c-........ JOS. P. GRKAVKS: Manager.
; the Botterville New She's graceful to my notion- Open :November: first to Slay\ Hint.
xl papelub, "war is it, Adoniram, Nit! )

st JIIIIID,lama Woman isn't running forst Elbe's poetry; of motion New Rockledo-e Hotel. Casino,
tr" Nit!
dent aused in his perusal of With a face that's like a beet A. M.\ TAYLOR, Snpeilntondent.
AdoulrsJDilfe Weekly Palladium and She comes scorching down the street. :Swimming Pool. Russian and Turkish Baths.
t I thoughtful face. And we cry, "Oh, ain't she sweet-
ed op with a ronning?" Nltl" ::::ON INDIAN RIVET '
"Wby o't soml' woman ,_, Chicago Poet :::: Ponce de Leon .'
all women doubt
repeated. "Beoaose I OILLIS & MURRAY, Managers.
that they
time
this Ii
I are aware by {Ian they canNonseneel" Teaming; For Obscurity. Rockledge, IFlorid.a: .................................... i Open January: to April.Cordova ) .
better
...
Dot ran "What a great year this is for men

.,, cried Mrs. Strongmind. who are anxious to retire from public II. E. BEMIS, DI'gr., Eohonlc Lake N. Y. ,

in your life" life." Rooms only. Open during/ February and March.. .
for once
"
Do be serious "How so? ,
there be anythingwith ,- '
Serious? How can the idea of araimiug "There are three men fighting for all A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts"", excellent table, northern help. ORMOND.\ ',...J. ,

OJJSU'one) connected for president?" they dent are"-Truth.worth to become vice presi Orange grove in full bearing owned by the hotel], limiting and fishing unsur The Ormond J ,.

man does,woman
"Why not? What Hones" passed. Prices moderate ANOKRSOX I : & PRICK, Man.igcrs..
D da Man runs the White A Natural Question. Open December to April.
."No,, h8 doenn't. Woman runs the De Sappy-Tho gurls in the country Semi for illustrated circulars. II. I'. SHARES, e

|w House." were so glad to see me. They said-aw-
PALM BEACH
Proprietor' New Haven, Conn. ,
"WoJDau? it was such a comfort to have a man in
." woman. Isn't nearly every the house. Royal: Poinciana,
Jdent ? And if he isn't mar-
married Miss Pinkerly-Why, did you havea FRKl) STKRRY, Manager.
doesn't his sister or the cousin or friend with you?-New York herald e- Open January to Apill. I
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first lady of land andthe
lent play The Plaza Hotel.
entire place?" A Juvenile. Theory.; .
Palm Beach Inn
"Now yon are trying to be funny Little Elsie-Ain't those cows small, ,

run. Seriously speaking, is there a ma? ... FRED STKRRY: Manu er.

jgle good reason why a woman should Ma-Yea, dear. @ Open December to May _
"
it I lor oonld not run for president? Little Elsie-I guess them's the kind
"Certainly there is," Strongmind that they get condensed mi'k: from,
Palm Beach Casino "
tinned more gravely. "There is the ain't they-Philadelphia Record. Rool ledge FloI.icla. > J, C'
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IHT best reason in the world. Owing K.: A. WATSON:'< Siipoilnlondvnt,
Uer peculiar nature, woman is not fit- On the Bonrrry.; SaltVator] SWimming Pool. Surf Bathing: I

to play the part of the successful "Say, I won't do a t'ing t' dat mug ..ON XNDX.A.N' :El.X-VEtL.: Fishing from Ocean Pier.
date for the presidential noniina- when I find him."

((11." "Aw, no, don't do anything t' him MIAMI,
"Mere assertion is not argument by He's in hard luck." Royal Palm ,
means. Give a single reason. I de. "All right wou't den.", ,* Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River Every modern Convenience.
; II. ,,'. MERRILL, Manager.On / .
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Jryontodoso. Sailing, rowing, ilxhing,: hunting, riding and driving.: ItlMcayiie Bay Open) January 1, 11111);.
\ "Well, suppose there was a great cam-
wgn' in which, for example, the mon- S. II. PECK, Proprietor.:: New York Office, 26 Broadway.Send .

jjnestion was"the issue of the hour." Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. to general olllcon, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast .

|["yes."And suppose Goon. a woman was a oandi- Also Managing Partner of The Arlington, Pctoskcy, Mich., n summer hotel, _n ,_.__ __ -- .. -- -.. -

Ie for the presidential nomination." Hotel Geneva with a capacity for ::100! guests

"Very well. Proceed." The Hotel Placide Oprlaunary,1894: ,
I "She would certainly fail to meet themprgenry p" -
Cor. Forsyth and Cellar Sts.,
unless she had lockjaw.
JACKSONVILLE: KLOIHOA.
"Lockjaw? What has lockjaw to do ....Jacksonville, Fla. .Hotel Algonquin.
itb it?" asked the astounded Mrs. .. ... =In tho confer of tile city, on Main Street, tho dividing line between east and wont .,
troDgmind. Modern Improvements, Baths, etc., on one. block from Hay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly: fiunlHhod. throughout.
Every ,r'loor. las and Electric HUN all trains. Ternm :M.fiO.
FORMERLY LYNX'S HOTEL. Superior Cuisine and Service. im'oU : per day and
do with it?
"What has lockjaw to
Lights, Passenger Elevator. Artistically -
upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, 1'ropilotor.
w repeated "Everything in the world and Elegantly Fur-

k; dear, everything in the world. nished. .'. v GONOUIN .. .. .. ... .. -- .. .. .... -- .... ... .. ...-- --,- II
(fithont a severe case of lockjaw, she elllr
Rates from $2.00 to $3.00. '
ald> be lost, lost, for in such a great per Day -J. A. IIAPPKRSKTTE. .

urgency as I have described what Weekly Rate. on Application.

toman on earth unaided by lockjaw Special Kate for the Summer. IN=IAN II-v_ HOTEL
ould ever be able to keep secret her I ,
ED. L. OWENS, Prop.
hews on the financial question?"- yvruIIn\,1.SL;
rooklyn Life. r' ,_IIM Id1li ILjL t 1 I ,. d 'uur ruMrV! y rrA awnnutnmPpit at, r r V; .,lu TITUSVILLE

The Tarn of the Tide. ;. ;, m
"How's the eleotion?" HOTEL COQUINA X ,z4" (' Indian Ilivor.Fla. .

"I'm feared they'll beat you." Open December 3rd.ORMONDBYTHESEA. t ; 11 rl i'L 'I } t
"Why, I was 10 votes ahead just
Uvl"'That's?
J. A. HAPPE1WETTEMAN ,
right, but the Jones family] -} 4- r
arrovo, an thar's 15 sets O' twins in An KK.

t, all votin size."Atlanta Constituion. FLORIDA.SURF p -

Open All The Venn

Beyond That. BATHING AND DRIVING are WT p ',
,r r + nr 4I 'I
"Ia your daughter still music v x
taking Specialties at Ormond. Only a fow mlnuton'
IJIODS?" I IlAlfl i Iglu TAIL illdd. L his Urhn II i
I. walk from Railway stations
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"On the pianny, do( you mane?" IB For Circulars] address, New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Eloctrlo Bella In every room. and Steamboat land* I

"Yea"Lord" Fronting tile old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with fine rohruCtllhe e ,Mo u+nt?. r lng .

love you I No. She took only] SEISER & PINING, Managers, Ocean View. All white help. Rates $:!.OO per day and upward. Special Weekly t? "' A 1; ''Mli On tho hanks of the

pin lessons. She's t'aohin now."_ Rates. Sample Room. 11[. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, far-famed Indian River.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.Horticultural.. ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. AUGUSTINE FI.A.
ST. ,
ty J1, R NIs3w M A N1iC Ts7MI7NT.

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"That man in the next flat calls his INDIANOLA HOUSE.
fwly wife Blossom." Villa. -
Lorillard: : STANTON HOUSE.
!Oreat: Scott, how inappropriate!I" I

What, Makes you say BO?" _

lava Blossoms" shut up when the sun goes .....Indianola Is on Merritts Island...... ... St. George Street,
Chioago Record. D. J. JONESProprietor..

Actor Harklnv Flrrt Hit. Fonr Miles North of Rockledge. i,w' ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

.D H. Harkins, the actor, tells how Is ]located In the center of the Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms tog

made the hit of his life. It was the LARGE, Sunny rooms, all looking on city, midway between the post ,
at reason that he was playing the door .4; office and City Gate Its surroundings 2 Families I
table.
to Indian River. Good home D
Mr. Richard ilr
exceedingly
Mansfield's Baron are picturesque -
hevtal in "The Pure soft drinking water. Sailing\ row
Parisian
Romance ] the grounds being unsurpassed -
d he I Two Minutes Walk from Central
hi feels WM given to occasional forg t. ing, fishing and hunting. Will meet : r Js. .w by any private hotel] In
of the exact lines. In one of the 't'' t Depot,
night towns guests at trains at Cocoa, and transfer the city.
where the orchestra
Be!notoriously execrable Mr. Harkins them to and from house free of. charge. 1 S ..t Terms:-$2.
aleeded in bringing down the house ; .. .. -
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ith a wonderful' impromptu. At then Rates: $t .60 per day, } 5 3' t ,, 'S Special Rates by the! week. -
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d i ot
the J
supper scene as all who have $8.00 per week. '
> the f r Electric Hells Hot and Cold
play WiU Hotel.
remember, the doe tC"
,batter the baron collapses, holds up Address: Baths. ..

and says inI/ 'dramatic man- O. W. SCnUYLER,
cad." Stop the music. The baron is Fla. Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son.
Jacksonville
Indianola, Bay Street, Fla.

the What Mrr; Harkins said was: "Stop
music It has killed the baron."_

ow AQ York Advertiser. HOTEL MELBOURNE, The Holly Inn :-ist- This Hotel is now under new management, j

Illalr.ted Ad..rtl.nt..
and has been thoroughly renovated throughout -

,'%, ,... Ir MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA.

Florida.:
:aytona: ,
all the round. Good Fishing -_
Open year =_=

Hunting and Yachting. Rates,
all Trains and Electric Cars door. Bath rooms and all
River which Is unsurpassedfor Uu meets pass
oo'mn'fl $2.5Qand upwards. Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax ,
''l, Convenience on every floor
MBS. C. J. I1E<:TOB.
and Flithlng.
Proprietress '
Boating
Open .4.11 the; :: "Year.RatesAmerlcan -
Roads Excellent Table. Carriages meet all trains.
rl ,, Good Bicycle
Plan, $2 to $2.5O; European, 50c. to $1.00.
eljl NATIONAL p.\ies-From: 12.50 per day. .
N Special Rates by the Week.
month
HomeSeekersREAL Special by week or .
Mrs. FINLEY Proprietor:

EXCHANGE. o. :EJO :JiS, PrC pr. -
ESTATE ..
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,, '$ '-." 4" ."1\\\1\ iii.,. for Property a, FAITHFUL )[ES' OR I -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, : aO'JEI: :: ::: OOt'TOIr:: : :: :.. -
t1\\11\ Property $10 No. three $15
Exchanging No. one, $51; No. two, ; ,
WANTED
responsible
Description of what to travel for J1a.Remembe1" .
Specialty. Send Tltnsvlllfl, MIAMI FLORIDA.
Florida. Salal'J't780 ,
in
tle4 house
eon;t5aemeble bodied man, to whomPetition : have and what you want. established Position peroan-
you and expenses. with all modern Located. on park Ij
hotel Improvement' nee
and of biarI.d FLORIDA.C. Enclose selfaddreedJumped .' the) ADVOCATE, TltuTB *- Perfectly new .I
;
[
irknnonotoy River, view of Rate ,
MALABAR Indian block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid Biscayne Bay.
are be The NatJonal.8&a1' kind of job Give \.
all prlatl
envelope. doe g.
of .
a rate by week or month. .
and j
Special
>lIeD the chanreKG I Objection to go I C. CARROLL, Inallraace Bldg., Chicago. na share of your work.] M per day upward. r>
OOMt'7._Prtntew' ,.'
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I' ''i 1'I' t1 'Ij'' ,' .' Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBMdng
; be used in supplying home custom.
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fi &
v. wt ,I Capt. A. J. Canova ban his launch THE ROBBINSJM&RAHAM 0
)4tsi Anita In Mr. Morwln's boat house, ,getting : -
; 'I : It in readiness for the winter's business -
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; ::11, ', \, VAI Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
tsi: $ Mrs\ Wm. Bradley and Miss Alice
Capchart, two fair ,guests: of the Rocky LOANS REAL'ES

'f;!; ( _ _ _ Point house, Sharpen, were visitors to Powder LAW, r.A.TE.
) this place Tuesday.' a
f
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d I For Sale Mrs. Frederick Barron, of City Point,
!' and her sister, Miss Truman, of Palatka, Bs LIJTEI.'Y PORE We have for sale a large list of carefu

i ;\ '! "'. who Is visiting her, were viewing the --- ------------------ Indian River
"I 'j' Common and fancy plnoapple plants. beauties of Rockledge on Monday.The I selected Properties.
) sill I .f tl'rr{ ;/ Forty acres to select fiorn. Lemon and -Mrs. M. E. Titus I left here, yesterday, IF YOU NEED Good, Reliable and
: the
: il Lands
'4 i. la4tt,' other citrus treoa.j assistant manager of the Hotel for Thomasville, Ga., where she will' Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for Agents for Sale of of Florida Coast I,
i. Indian River, together with the engineerand make her home for time to the ADVOCATE.
:.II' ; JAM CM HOLMKH, some como. Canal and Transportation Co.
..! j I 'H ,;' Jensen, Fla. electrician, and one of the cooks She has not been in good health lately,
:r. reached the hotel Tuesday. Prepara- and believes the change will benefit her When falling, as out of a tree or downa C.A.1"T ..A..L. LAN::ns.
.,1 tions go on apace for the opening onJanuary' bears will roll them-
,
-Mr. T. A. Chastain, a former resident steep declivity
Land For Sale.
I ,II'I ."' :II, 16th. of Titusvillo, has erected a tent on selves into a close resemblance to a huge Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Com,'
Indian River Loan
l ". 'V.} if Mr. and Mrs. Powell, residents of the vacant lot on Washington avenue ball and thus escape without injury Lands. Disston Company's. and Investment Co,
,
j furry
I A ',h Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of North Cocoa, attended divine service opposite the Scrlmgeour building, in and other Low Priced Lands

: 't f I.iff land on Hawthorn Creek, near Myers. here Sunday morning, listening to an which he is taking tintype pictures for Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected
Properties.
M j I I.! ICI I W. S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. able sermon from the pastor of the Con- five cents each. lie has just come from
I I (h I gregational church, Rev. Mr. Smith. Georgia with his wife, the weather In THE ANCHOR Electro Galvanic Belt Titusville. Florida.
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tii !' I that too for them to "Worth Its weight In gold," an Exchange -
: state being: rigorous
4 t, l i ')I t For Charter. Mrs. Thos; Green, of Lotus, was a spend the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. : lady says- $1.06. For sale at --=
I l jl'll I r,t1'11 -- passenger on the Courtenay Saturday, Chastain will probably be here until the East Coast Woman's Exchange,
1 ; for City Point, where she bought a large
i I Bank block Titusville, Fla.
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The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be number of ornamental plants from the after Xmas.
NewSelden
t f ,II.I j.t I )!! t," chartered by the day, week, or month; nurseries of Mr. A. L. Hatch, with The
,M ,tr,4x,. \11 I anywbere between Ormond and Miami. which to beautify her handsome place.
,!'I 11 ,::1:1': t. Good accommodations\ for ladles. For
I '.f'r, or 'I S, further particulars, write to The Jlockledire Pharmacy opened its Ph nix Co.
h I doors the pith Dr. The St. Augustine Cycle Door
l"I I!I." ; "i' CAI>T. GEO. Cook, on Tuesday, Hugh- Cypress Compan
.. I M' ',' Tltu vl11e, Fla. lett has secured the services of a com- Union ]
J te f; 1//, '''',, 'IIJiLr. e petent druggist; In the person of C. M. !!!! Has the best line of wheels
Bunu. who
has to
recently come Florida
;t. : ,i ii t"I f I t ORANOEur.MONandOItAPEFRlTl'fNUR.oj .- from his home in Michigan, having taken =g Diamond :P-LLAZ'IKA:: : pw.x..A.,
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,, 'o\\j,,I ,''i' ( t t vitrlotlnn, InduilliiK, the faunas LI.r.on. his course in the university of that and sundries in the state. All Opened October 1st, 1800( turned the steam on to
llart'H Turdlir Person Brown Orange: ; state The doctor says he mount to -3 Excels.
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i'* .' i'' I !l ,J'omelo and, Villa,at the Franca old rellithlo Leinnim Magnolia; Miirrli: Numeric.Boodle keep the best of everything In his line Kinds of bicycle repair work One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Eli
\ 'j I li t'y., I Alnt.> can furnish full Him ,l+n Iduons stock. this winter.L. and other Ladies ,
4 :J. Special taws. freight given to point,miuth. neatly done.
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' t I it' 1\1"H'\!" J. W. &' F. I>. WAITE, M. Felton and wife, Marshallvillo, and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
'ill' ;q : novO-janO Ilellevlew, Fla.Millinery. '.la., and T. J. Elder and wife, Turin, and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop. ,
1 ::1 i''a I'' : -.- Ga., two newly married couples, are .__ .
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I I'' And with experienced management (covering a past experience of eid
blissfully whlllng away part of their
.tIdi p'- at the New ] years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tlio
honeymoon Rockledge. An-
"I' II. ; THE DECANTER.
.fJt. other guest of this hotel at present is possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cu<

'di r''"' : 1// I George D. Smith, of New York city. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, <

I t.f Although Mr. Smith follows the rather
: : c& Renalser
-,1 : : C .'tl prosaic life of keeper of a large and well Lesley ,

.! ;' : Ir 1 .K f. and DRESSMAKING. he known Is a musical restaurant lIe artist In he the of raieand knows big metropolis marked, Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies, ___ L :: RaA_:C Y cS5; :eeo: .

1 r "q power. says nothing
tli about notes, yet after healing/!: selectioncan Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat. Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilize
Hay ]
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It with and has
reproduce ,
i '' ) made many and beautiful accuracy variations to A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tables. ,

I iM]' popular airs, besides! which he plays: Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given; to mail We call the Attention of the People of Indian River to our Stock of
i orders.,Cash must order. LOSLEY & RENAKER, Titusville, Fla.
h
3. 4 difficult music of his own authorship, accompany your Ac I juioy O-rooorie4, Fri
Ills execution is indeed fine, though; Staple
rvt having suffered the loss of (what wouldbe And Food ProductsOf

<' ;i U to many a serious drawback) thefIJuI.th All Kinds. Also our Stock of .
P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.
finger of his right hand. lIe -
; ,silk take much Bran Cotton Seed Mca
seems to as pleasure lu dispensing Grain, Hay, |
his musical talent as he gives; to Wholesale and Retail
those who listen. Mr. Smith: will prob-- Ground Food and Wheat.
ably be here the entire winter. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above 1\In
Goods. We buy close, and will sell clo e.Ve invite your correspondencesolicit
Carriage Wagon your patronage. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
YOU CAN FIND the finest line of FishIng Titusville, Kla. I
Tackle ever brought to Indian _
River at the Rocklodge; store. Do not and Material.
fall to call and examine this fine stock. -
PAXTON & HATCH, Rockledge. __:CIOE:: : := : dt; YATEaj
1'' Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction

I 1 guaranteed.. Dump Carts, Snddlery. Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc., etc. j UII T
BOOKS Of VARIOUS KINDS-a very 09 I1 cI
r Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: / Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds nice line for the children at Mrs II. W. ::dQ
Reynolds. and
Encourage your boys ;)
; i Titusville, Fla.Rockledge.. girls to read, giving\ them a taste for I >
=: s
r good literature and improving their : __ -
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Teeth Extracted Without Pain. -,r. MANUFACTURERS... OF Q;) 5"

Mr.\ and Mrs. Julius Smith of Lexin r-:
gt' Lumber Mill
-r' ton, Ky., are among the latest arrivals Editor Advocate: Cypress or Pine ) Stuff, Sidings, Flooring,
at White's C'ottngo.

t 4' Mr. and Mrs.\ Merwln have been spending newspapers I have never that before I could stated extract through teeth the Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes- and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work orders Dealers solicited.in STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, Fruits and TITUSVILI.K Vegetables, FLA.YI

a few days at Daytona, going up without pain, although; I have been able
Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and
and ai
Friday
4 IPi returning Tuesday. times to do so; but now I make boldto -

)+ A Mrs A. Becker, who is passing: the announce that I can do It every time office. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
i I..' I winter at the Hatter house, City Point, where It becomes necessity, I have an Atlanta,Oa., 18US.
In close] proximity to her grove, was in abtundant that Is reliable, I\utlloaves no Telephone (old line) 4W.: Jacksonville, Fla.
i short tune trace afterwards of trouble of any kind
Ihl ip Kocklodgu a on Thursday.W.
whatever. Am fully up in all branches THEG. HI HAMMOND COMPANJ
I I. J. Duncan, well known in commission of the dental department, and believe it
7 y 4 circles, Is In town this week, the quite unnecessary to go abroad for den-
i guest of G. S. Hardoe and family. He tal work. Respectfully
visited the west coast in search of the Titusville, Fla. M. D. L. DODSON. J
lls s golden apple before coming this way. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
I I Mr. Duncan as genial and hearty as of
i l old, and seems to be enjoying the best Cheap Excursion Kates.
1 health. osASU>Wi Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago:( 11

L. II. Guorney, of Merrltt, was over The passenger' department of the II I a Salesrooms 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville\ Fla.
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tr t 1 ( with some of his famed guava; jolly Saturday Florida East: Const( Railway has Issued
@ "' which he hits placed on sale at circulars of Instructions to agents giving Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.Write .
the store. It has the
Rooklodge transparency
1 them authority to issue round-trip tick

1 t, Is Indeed and delicate rich coloring and delightful of amber to, and the ets December to railway 10 to stations:21 Inclusive In Florida at the" from rate THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money. "U.S ror: :Jr.1oes.

', palate of one fare for the round trip, upon -
+ I 4P 11(. F. Dwyer came in on tho train presentation and .surrender of a certificate -
+ F Monday\ afternoon, and joined his two signed by the principal, superin- Jug Trade Solloltod.: : ;
t Indian tendent, of school col- Now is Your ChanceTo
Hotel or president or
t; t latter daughters at arrived List. week.River, The the loge. The above rates are intended for Ryoanlc..rn.'orltal.... .........., 1./10/ up Iroquois R'el'er; gal............ 6.00
having Tom &: Holland. 01 u.... ...... ...:. 1.00 up Callfornli Wines CatawlM, Fort
+ Misses Dwyor have been enjoying our students who desire to spend their Cognac" Blackberry, 1'each and Sherry; Claret and Ang liun....' 1.00 up I I
mild! weather and shelled roads in driving Christmas holidays at home. The limiton Apple. .' .I.... IJMun) Bnttlediieerperdoa.l ............ l.ooun'
e + and other out-door these tickets for the return trip will Sioux Rye, per pal................. 3.00 Imp.Sherrie, per gal.. ,.... ... 4 00 to 6.W( Start
y bicycling recreations Golden Crown Uy, per laL| ..,. .. 4, since their "arrival be January 4, 1807. Rye, per gal.. ,............:: O.OO ImportedGlnepergal..........4.00 to 8.00 ,
L Christmas celebrations are. being agitated Another circular has also been issued Fine imported and Key West cigars and tobacco Cigars $1.50 per 100
and gotten in the various communities empowering tho agents to sell on December and upwards. Send monoy with all orders. All jugs ]5o. per gal. extra. In order to encourage and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in Southed
on the river up of size, Rock- 2-, :23!:I, 21, 25, also December ;)0) Will mail complete price Hot on application. All orders will be boxed Brevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will, during the Sne
; iI ledge proving an almost any solitary excep- and 31, 180U, and January 1, 1807,round- when desired without extra charge. Send for price list. 00) days, make a reduction of fifty ((30): ) per cent in freight rates on Nursery
tickets within the Stateof
trip to points over its lino to points south of Titusville.
,i; tion. The reason for this is not manifest Florida east of and including Pensa- J. H. MARTIN, 34 & 36 W. Bay St.,

rq for there are a very largo numberof cola, limited to January 4. I*\\)7, to ro- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
little folks here at this time who
fare for the
turn at rate of one roundtrip
Ifl would heartily enjoy a Christmas tree FL-
ST. AUGUSTINE
all kinds of Wines and known ,
Jobber of Liquors, Beers to the spiritand '
; and Santa Claus November 17 1800.
has annoucod ,
j k The Plant System a low wine trade.
( The addition to tile :New Rockledge Is rate of one ana oneiuarter fare' for the -

II' 4 f fast nearing completion, adding: greatly round trip from all parts of the State on
to the convenience and appearance of January' 12, 13, 14, and 1(1, limited to THE JOHNSON CO.
w ; ;I this popular hotel. The addition men January 10,,account of the annual conference LAW ,
4 of urea 40x10 feet and Is three stories high; of the Methodist Episcopal THE ,EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
i I I being crowned on the front by a turret, Church. This la a rate fornll-rail points Electrical and Snpplie
which lends beauty and grace to the get. except between St. Petersburg and Machinery -

i oral effect. Besides baths, each room Is Port Tampa Docks.
.I to be provided with a naukliii' grate of MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR

y handsome design. The naphtha haunch, High Grade Machinery, Card Electrical ,Apparatus, Eddy Motors a
I. row boats which and two double-seated buggies ;- MUST BE SOLD, to make ace, 100 Generators, Warren Alienator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, WHHan
are at the disposal of the Tons of Cotton /Seed Hull Ashes. Price Co. moton.H l
I 9 guests, free of charge, have been put iu $::14 per ton, f, o. b. Jacksonville. Clad. 8lowa.SL8iCIAI'TIE9! : :, for Electric heaviest Fans factory worll machine:. Improved motors,street Dental railway. alp'!
t { proper order, and are an important factor Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., ment. ( F. BISHOP, FLAI I
; "i i in the general attractiveness of the Jacksonville, Fla. Manager. JACKSOJTVIIXE:
l l place. Salesroom Bi West Torayth St., Repair Shop,2029 Main St.

; 1 The song service at the New Rock} I -
t: I ledge hotel last Tuesday evening was GEORG :MARX. JOHN MARX-

f k+ much enjoyed by the guests and neighbors -
Ii !j who Lad gathered to participate. FOR SALE.IF MARX BROs: .
The programme was conducted by Rev.
1 +# W. E. Smith, assisted by Miss Alice Wholesale Dealers In-
Chatfield, who ably and gracefully presided Made for Sandy Soil Having '3-inch Tread * *; 'i Groceries:
T' at the piano.' These service will Ion ire Looting for a Cheap Place : Fruit: aril :: 'roduc:

each continued throughout the season, FOR SALE BY 131 and 133 Et Bay Street and and "fean Street
;I Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock. ; With a good house, In a desirable JAOicsionville, .3 Florid
III i invited to attend
; Everybody cordially location, on Indian River, in the Pineapple EDWARD STILING.
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4 Belt, all modern convenience, on ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CItablZ

Messrs.the orange Paxton crop& IlAtob.upon the have Vcrbeke purchased Easy" Terms, address The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer. afoot Soave of cX: : Bari Dar

; place, at Brantley. It; consists of about K. W., suitable and tread OWERS.-Let *. know what have in the of Fruit and! JCl
I rows, for Truck Gardeners Orange Growers, 3-ln. ; A size larger Returns r you way i<
; )i seventy boxes of tangerine, which are Care ADVOCATE, suitable for Pineapple Plantations, 6-in. tread. Pea. Write prompt and 'ureW "apply the best Seed Potatoes M<
+ 1 being shipped to New York, and as UI for our wholesale price !list of groceries.
y) many boxes of the ordinary. variety, to TltiUTllle, Fla. COCOA Indian River FLORIDA. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



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