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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 24, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
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flip :15.> No. 19. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY Y. DECEMBER i34> 1897. Price: 5c.

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LOCAL NEWS FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sun FINE LINE TOYS. Anthony Bros., CELLULOID GOODS for Christmas. XMAS CARDS CALENDARS, etc 110TKL NOT1J8. 1/
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send to F. W. Bits St.
West
Augustine -
Palm
Beach.
Fla.NUTS. Anthony Bros., West Palm Boach. Anthony Bros., West Palm Bench.S3T "
d Topics", of General Interest. The ADVOCATK is now on file at all

u- SHOES OF THE VERY BEST -We do all kinds of job work at this the bust hotels In New York city. f
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i and General Gossip In connection P." FIGS, DATES, RAISINS, make and latent fashions at JullllsKline's otHce. Give us a trial order. ; AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, all \

lith|let1 Blloa1ne Bay Lake Worth Indian. a select supply for Christmas has just Titusvllle. kinds Hatchets, riovet, >to.G. ., jr., Plows, e c., Axes, Ino The tourist Holly bURlness.'f Inn Daytona Is doing a >4::

anana and Halifax RI.era. Key; West arrived at Gruber & Griggs.Mr. -Mr. L. E. Provost, a prominent fruit F. l'Anm8oN Co., Ban UIlIIFla.. 1'
other Important Point along the -Mrs. E. W. Bailsman and C. and of Lotus Williamng Manager: Joseph P. Greaves, of Hotel "
don Geo. B. humph, Jr., has been son, vegetable,: grower ,
tut COM of Florida. Brief mention of spending a few days in St. Augustine Jausman, of Plttsbnrg, Pa., passed the callers at the ADVOCATK Aloa/.ar, St. Augustine, 1ms been on A
-Mr. J. O. Walton Is In Daytona for .
Havana.
Event from Various Part through here their office till to
itorMtlnff/ recently.Fee. Wednesday, on way Wednesday.Dr.
the World About People Yon Knowj to Rock lodge. C. P. Carver of St. Augustine a day or so. !Mr.\ Sidney Halgh,: of the Colonnades ,r
,
You Don't KnowPickedp & Stewart of Melbourne Mrs. G. W. Holmes and daughter
people are Sterling Silver Bracelets. Gardner& W. has been spending several days at the City Beautiful Inform. UM that ,
Editor and a large staffCorrespomlents offering some rare bargains in hardware. of Point In town yesterday all\
by Oar Society; Colonnades this week. He is about to City wore his hack now meets trains at Daytona. I'
Mattered alone the Note their ad. 4th -Mr. G. II. of \ /
new Appleman
on Mystic
I page. build at Beautiful.Mr. GIFT Umbrellas. Gardner' A Walker.
of Florida.TDE Conn., is visiting his brother-in-law anciand a cottage City The Putin, Bonnh Inn under the man- 4
Coat
it -Airs. F. O. Williams left here, Mon sister, Capt. and Mrs. Dewey, of C. W. Crabb, of Titusvllle has -Rev. E. V Blackmail wan on yestorlay's agemontof Mr. Fred Starry' will open : N\
day, for Eden, on a visit to her parents, anti ttl-nlOI'I'ow-Chrllltllll\lI Day-for the sea-
ADVOCATE, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson. New Smyrna.Mr. put on a nice three-seated hack, will southbound train, on hU wits homo (
It from Cocoa to Rockledge to accommodate to Miami. son.
run
annum, In advance. and Mrs Fred. S. of
$1.50 per .. -Mr. C. A. Robinson of Eden's Dewey, : the traveling public \ ami child +.c
one Manager FI"'llStorry/ wife '1
$1.00 six months, Vest Palm Beach, who have boon on a -Mrs. A. Becker and Miss\ III1I'aSharpe
'2.0H per an. to foreign! countries. prominent pineapple growers, has beenin visit to Jacksonville! returned. homo on ;g-GO) TO Id RS. REYNOLDS for toys. of City Point nuuto a short visitto : have been on a trip to pavans" and Key '
town a day or so this week.' Tltusvllle .Vest.. They are expected at The Inn, t:
Vednesday. I Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones loft here yesterday Pal in lloach, to-day.. ,!f.'

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL JERSEY COWS For Sale; Florida I nr-DOILS AND DOLL'S BUGGIESat I for St. Augustine yesterday, to upend MEN'S! FINE SETS. Gardner' Walker ""
1 R READERS AND FRIENDS. raised. Write to FRANK CLAIIKSON, Mrs. Reynolds'! I Xmas with friends. Their son, Wade, Mr W. E, Htitson who U nt present ,
Utlte\\
Jacksonville, Fla. 4'' and daughter, little Miss Annie Jones, -ih'ovard guts KV2..1I: : ns Its portionof room clel'kIt Buckingham, will .j
-)lr. II. Watton, of Clifton, has been -Mr. F. J. McOill passed through; accompanied them. the tax certificate fund for the month soon occupy: a position as cnshler of the ,t

I town a day or so this week. -Mrs. Walter R. Watson has been Titusvllle, Tuesday: en route to Miami, ending Nov. :ill), 181)7.Mr. ) Magnolia, St. Augustine. ''I
staying with her father (Col. Hale) and to take the position of purser on the -Col. W. R. Kerr, of Key West, who
FIREWORKS at Gruber; Grlggs. sister in Jacksonville this week. steamer City of Key West. lad been to Jacksonville to look after a \ nnd'Mrs. F. T. Budgo and famly Quito n largo/ number of !guests and I i

one of Key West's'omlnent government workshop contract, passedIthrough of Miami 1, are In town. They came! visitors. wore present lit tlio sacred: concert '
Chan. Curry,
-Mr residents has been spending -The ADVOCATE is now on sale at -Mr. Frank Cltirkson.: of Jacksonville, here, Wednesday, en route I up In their naphtha launch.& at Hotel Alnazur on Sunday: evening I1'+
Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine. Northern brought; a carload of Kentucky horses 'AH*, The music was exoollnntanti much I .i
|ine days at Miami. readers visiting:; St. Augustine will please to Titusville last Friday night, and sold tome. -Col. and Mrs Aaron A. Degrauw, enjoyed. 4 .

.Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Melbourne make a note of this. a goodly number. DOLLS, Dolls, Dolls. Gardner W. of Jamaica, N. Y., aru on their way to Mr. J. 4''. S. Tlmbetluko of 1 i .1
and their winter homo Im 1>01'11.lrrF'On proprietor l \\I
lines, was in town on Wednesday, Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwith -The article on "Christinas," 2nd -Capt. F. B. Chester, of New London, Hotel Indian River, was In town n few y"' ',1

|ve us a short call.ffr. passed through Titusville, Tuesday, on age of this issue, Is well worth rending. Conn., passed through Tltusvllle/ on PURE PORT, CATAWBA, hours yesterday afternoon on route front H .

John McAllister, of Eau Gallic, his way south. He returned yesterday It is written by a talented and former Wednesday, on route Melbourne lie lil.tckberry, Sherry, Claret coil Sacramental Juoksonvllto to Roekludgu.Ve aukuowledge 11

fi In town from Saturday until Mont In company with Mr. W. J. Jarvls. prominent resident of the United States will spend the winter cruising. on Indian Wino, send to J. D. Crabb, a pluiisant' call. I ;.

attending to business matters.TO who now has her abode near London, River agt., Cocoa, Fla.Mr. Assistant Manager A. S. Loomis and .'
FOR THE CHILDREN I..
KT-BOOKS England.
"OLD SANTA CLAUS:" BE suitable for Xmas, at Mrs. Reynolds'. -Miss Susie i!''. Brown, principal of Forrest Lake, elf Miami, who Cashier A. I. Marsh are ever on the J
ffiure to send to J. D. Crabb agt., at J3T JUST RECEIVED immense the Titusvilio\ public school\ and. her hall linen all far as Itartow, attending till alert welcoming/ '''. to Motel Alcazar,
Cocoa for your Christmas jug. Quality -Col. and Mrs. Aaron A. DeGrauw, stock of very fine aud fashionable mother left last Saturday for their liotnn wedding of Ills sister-in-law, returned' St. Augustine at which hostelry they

and price guaranteed.Mrs. wealthy and prominent residents of Jamaica shoes, at a low price, Julius Kline's, at City Point, to spend the Christmas homo on Saturday night Mrs. Lake Is had over a hundred guests )last Sunday. l' ;

been ,_N. Y., left for their winter homo Tltusville. holidays.Mr. visiting her patents at liar.tow.Mr. Cashier Whlttolsey Smirk who has ,t'
J. D. McDonald who has ,
|- Dora to the "
strip to Jacksonville and Mandarin, at El on Tuesday In Jacksonville, spend to-day. -Mr. Chas. II. Stewart, of the well-)) and Mrs. A S. Perry and family L. C. Pemareo, a fOI'mnr"olllll/u/ been spending some months In Phila t ,ri
season. They are
[turned to Miami on Monday. known hardware firm at Fee & Stewart, of Flushing/ Mich., were paHm-nguis rcHltlftit. of Tltusvlllfl, arrived at )Dnytouaon d"IJlhllwlla ,a pasHeiigur on yesterday'ssouthbound ''I I ,y1,,
-Col. W. R. Kerr, one of Key 'Ve8t'sprominent Melbourne, who had been on a trip to Wednesday's train to Jupiter/ to Monday, for the purpose of occupying train un route to 1'ultu { ,
I Commencing; Sunday next, the 26th residents, passed through,: Orlando, Tampa and other places on the spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. the position of editor and genurnlmanager lleach, to occupy his old position at 'l'he 1 ),:
st-the F. E. C. Ky. will run trains Tltusville Saturday last, en route to Gulf Coast, stopped over here from Friday !- of the Dally Daytonlan. He' inn.
Lily to all points on their line. Jacksonville, where he'went to see abouta until Saturday en route home. We Cronk.Dr. ,. school at
hat been conducting a high ,
contract for government: workshopsfor Wm. E. Boggs/ chancellor of Ito Hotel Ormond, under the managementof \
call.
ATTINGS, Millinery. Gardner & W. the Island City. acknowledge a pleasant University of Oeol.tllw'nt,: to Miami, !Mount Olivet, Ky., for some months. Messrs. Anderson A Price, will open ', +,

-Senator Matt. S. Quay and Senator Wednesday, on M visit to his son, who litraising Mr )Deiimieu Is no imvle.o! at newspaper For the soason on Saturday, Jan. Hth. To ,:
I-Mr. John C. Nyman, who has been -Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Blakesleo Miss Test, were passengers on Monday's pineapples and nthi'f fruit In that work. and. we have no doubt\ the peopleof be followed' by Urn Royal Palm at Miami 'A'' fun

lopping at the Holly Inn, Daytona, left I: Phoebe Blakeslee and Layton Blakeslee, southbound train, en route to St. Lucie, section. He came from Athene, Un.Kff Daytona will give him their hearty the 12th, and I Royal Polncluna, Palm j,

Melbourne on Wednesday. of New Haven, Conn., were passengers,: where the ,genial: senator told an ADVOCATE support, for he l I. gi'iiLluniiiu of Rt.el'lIng'IIIR Beach, on the llUh.Tlio .T :l

I-The next meeting of St. Gabriel's on the southbound train, Friday last, on representative that they were going XMAS TOYS at Mrs. HeYllolelN'Dr. 11.1011 and Integrity We huiirtlly will I ,*>
River Hotel Tltusvlllo
lulld will\ be held at the residence of their way to their winter home at Rock- to; have a good time fishing, and hoped James M. Jackson, of Miami commend him to the residents of the IIOIIHO Indian/ htintois all1"It, II other, ;. .

|rs. Roswell Coleman on Friday, Jan. 7. ledge, to spend several months. to catch more tarpon this trip than on i accompanied by his parents, Mr. allel1Ilrs. above city guests ninny thin. winter Manager/ Bust I I. yj I I'.

Titus- Motlow Tltusvllle the last. Jackson, of Boston, were among receiving Inquiries! about shootingand fU JII,
Send to Losley & Motlow, 53T" Send to Lesley & many
|villo and get a gallon of Good Whisky and get your Christmas and New -Among the many pleasant ,guests: at Wednesday's southbound passengers: to i"- CH KT YOUR XMAS FRUIT AT fishing/ Quail shooting\ was never- ift't,' ;
I for $2.51):. Year's jug. Hotel Buckingham, St. Augustine, are sojourn for the winter on UlHCityue hay Grubor (Jrlggs. better In the vicinity of Tltusvlllo. '

I has made Mr. and Mru. L. C. Strong, who are but -Mr. Burton G. Winton, of Addison, A largo number of help for The Inn, !,,
-Mr. W. Jerome of Rockledge, -Miss Louise Powe who
Benj.] ,
married. Mrs. is the
.
recently Strong a very N. Y., has been stopping at Holly A Hhnotlnic Match. "I \
baeu in town a couple of days or soliia her home at Aurora, N. Y. for sometime and her hosts of Pnlm teach! ; onll1otel Blsoayno, Miami, ,
ps popular young lady, Inn Daytona, this week. He IH on u '
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nasNud Tltusvlllu Monday. I ,1.
through on .
week getting Commodore Hewitt's passed through here, Monday, on friends in Orlando\ (her late home) miss pleasure and hunting/ trip, and will soon seemed : ;
Indian her former home. The Tltusvllle Gun Club will have a They wore merry crowd, and "to
lunch '
In order for cruising on her way to Rockledge, her greatly since her departure for the to Rockludge. lie says he Is delighted ''Ir' '
liver. She expects to stop there about two or OI'I"ndo'slollsIs //to Rhuotlnmalch/ on Christmas morning/ to look forward to spending the winter
Cltle but what is "
Ancient ; with Florida
three weeks. 8 o'clock. Live pigeons/ will lio used, on the East Coast with much pleasure.
I -Mr. Geo. II. IIowes, of Braintree, St. Augustine's gain.BOOKS To-morrow (C Christmas) morning, at and I visitors\ will l bit allowed to shoot.Ladies .
wa., writes us that he will sail from -Dr. Joseph A. Capps, of Boston, XMAS at Screven's.Mr. 10:110:: o'clock, there will be Divine service are cordially invited Mr. Frank R. Komllngor KnoU's, chief olllco clerk at In t.'o I '
ston, on board the steamer Fairfax, who had been In attendance on Mr. Gabriel's church, Grn'l. Httpt. C. B.
aturday the 8th inst., en, route to New David Sears, at Canaveral club-house, Philip Dwyer, the celebrated at St.: also Sunday Episcopal uext the lath Augustine, was quite busy the first of .t,
|myrna for the winter. For about two weeks left for home on turfman and brother of Mr. M. F. Tltusvlllo; on shipping Or.n..... the week attending to- the sending out
Friday afternoon last, much pleased with Dwyer ((now at Rockledge), has made Inst., at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Arch- of Invitations for the banquet given to .
will\ olllclnte.Mr. .
r LARGE STOCK OF CANDIES his brief stay on Indian River. Jimmy Michael a standing otter of a deacon Brown Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of this place, Is the ollluurs of the torpedo buts, nt \

I for Christmas at Gruber & Griggs. mount from the Dwyer stables any time F. C. Hewitt, of New York, Is still shipping oranges from his 10-acro\ Hotel Alcazar, on Monday night
-Mrs. J. C. Fisher, who has been on the Welsh midget may see fit to take the Indian River Hotel, accompanied this dale he
registered to
I -If you wish to see a beautiful piece Eau Gallie and BCrova at LiiGrange. Up Hotel Buckingham, St. Augustine, .'
If handiwork, just step In at that well- A visit to relatives at and New charge. This has been Michael's am- by his Hailing/ milder, S. M. Forwarded to New You k and other places under, tlm iiiiinngeinont of Mr. Geo. C. ,4

flown hostelry-the Holly Ion, Day- friends In Tltusvllle\ Smyrna last, bition, and he may accept a little later. I Martin of Melbourne. Mr. Hewitt hint 120: boxes and there are still about )CJ() Howe, hRS quite a number of guests ,r"w

>na-and view the fish-net screen that left for Crescent couple City of on days Saturday with hermother -Miss Helen Harcourt, of Montclair, just added another sailboat to I hl U 'fleet boxes of fruit! on his treeti. Soma of tlio within Its portals already, which fact l.)

Jke amiable hostess, Mrs. O. Howes, is to spend a Lan8lnlShe returned to Fla., will arrive In Tltusvllle, Monday It( arrived from Now York by train Wednesday trees are bearing an many us eight boxes makes Mine Host's genial countenance f
orking. Mrs.\ : next on her way to Merritt, to spendhe and Is now being/ fitted for a of oranges, and the weight of the fruit more radiant than ever. Everything In <;
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New Smyrna on Monday. cruise down the river. Mr. Hewitt expects several of the 1111I IIl1. "
winter with her mother, Mrs. M.\ M. has broken this hostelry Is remarkably clean, neat
Marshall :
-Mesara. John Baldwin, of & Walker. to spend some time hero next .
Gardner In
XMAS GOODS. Warner at the Rlvervlew hotel Miss and orderly, and guests speak hightermN
Mich. Centerville ,
and Frank Deutler of '
month. Manager/ Bast Is arranging a
Mich., two jovial young fellows who area Deputy' Collector Elgin F. Curry, of Harcourt Is a well-known writer and bear hunt for his beoollt.53T ?-TOYS OF EVERY DIHCRIPTION( of the relmiu.i' d

a hunting trip, passed through here, Palm Beach, who had been in Jacksonville has hosts of friends throughout the at Mrs. Reynolds'. The first sacred' concert of the season 1
peunesday, on their way to Went Palm as a witness In the United States state, among them Mrs. M. B. Mahon, DO YOU NEED SOME FASHlonablo at the Tiiinpa Hay hotel' was given In thinusio t' .

Peach. They will spend the winter on Court In the case against Supt. K. T, the popular proprietress of the River- and well-made shoe, at a low Mr. C. J. IfMtor's Lila Ilmpalrwt Of room on Monday\, evening last. I

|he East Coast. Golf (of the F. E. C. Ry.), charged with view. price, then go to Julius Kline. when there was .Urge attendance. That

ulte a number of our townsfolk at- complicity In a filibustering expedition, Send to Losley & Motlow for a gal.: -Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, of Key West, Dr. Geo. W. Hoi men, of City Point, Imperial\ Court Orchestra rendered some ;,
returned south last Friday: night.Mr. of Good Whisky and get moneys Wednesday's. southbound Him musla. Owing to a preengagementat '
*nded the entertainment of the colored your was a passenger who had boon to Crescent City to attend\ +
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the AKVOOATK
Paptist church last night. Those who and Mrs. Gottllef Muhlhauser worth. train, on his way of home.month Mrs.. Mr. C. J. Hector, who Is very ill returned Mt Augustine regrets,that ho could not representative avail S
visit two
tended report lots of fun. 'The colored 1 and son, Mr. Edward Muhlhauser, prom -Mr. T. Wattson Merrill, one of the Porter has been on a and seven / home on Wednesday. A later himself of the Invitation to be present on
Tallahassee
u ks Wednest of Cincinnati, O., are I with friends at hand that Mr. Hector IH
are having four nights- inent residents prominent members of Canaveral Club, In New York. report to says the occasion r.
her daughter
8Y Saturday Inclusive-of amuse stopping at Hotel Alcazar, St. Augus came over to Tltnsville Friday afternoonlast months with sinking rapidly' and ere this appears he
ent at their schoolhouse this week. tine. They have traveled considerably to meet his brother, Mr. J. Warren She informed an ADVUOATK: representative visit may have breathed his last. lie has I Our readers who are desirous of payIng 9
in Europe, and will probably spend this. Merrill\ who arrived from Boston that that she had hnd delightful been dangerously/ \ with Inflammatory New York city a visit should bear v
-Mrs. and baby would shortly
Chan. K. Kenyon winter at the various resorts along the and boarded the club's steamer for and that her daughter rheumatism since lie went to Crescent In mind that Hotel Brevoort, corner of
od Mrs. A. Barrelle were among the day come south to spend the winter with suffer and Eighth street will lx )
and
East Coast. Chester Shoals. This was Mr. Merrill's City from Melbourne, in now Fifth Avenue ,
rrlvalsln town last Saturday from Newoovllle : visit to Indian River, and he told ustie them. Mm.'' Porter Is an old and! valued I Ing with complication of diseases from found one of the most homelike and
Mass and occupying' A gallon of good Mount Vernon first friend of Mrs. James Prltchard, of Tltus the
are now car- pleased with Its general the recovery! of which, we understand, well-managed/ hotels In that part of
heir' charming residence "The hermit can be had at Losley & Mot-\ was very I I..
Whisky vllle.
the Fifth Avenue
and that he would remain a there Is very little hope. The many city. Befog close to
go. at Sunbeam, from which they haveeo low's Titusville, for $3.50.: : appearance, whose Hector who for coaches horse cars and elevated "fir
* month at the club-house. -Mr. J. H. Russell, Jr., cozy friends of Mr. was many stage '
absent some months. Mr. Kenyon Mr. Harvey Tomlinson and Miss and beaiitlfully-locai home wo recently years a prominent resident of Melbourne railway, It will be found very convenient. t .
eat as far as New Smyrna to meet tbem.rGET Tomlinson- after spending the summerIn -Lieut. and Mrs Hugh L. Willoiighby, visited In the suburbs of Hartford, sod I I. well known on Indian and Is away from the continual noise that b e' +

YOUR CHRISTMAS TOYS New York, are now In St. Augustine of Providence, R. I., passed through I' Conn., ban written a great many Interest- River, will greatly regret to hoar of this people who go to hotels In other pail Y(;

at Mrs\ Reynolds', Tltusvllle.Mr. for the winter. Mr. Tomlinson Is one of Titusvllle, Monday, on their way to Ing letters for the northern papers, and s+ad state of alTalrn., of New York complain of. 'u5y.y ;
Florida Cocoanut Grove, to spend the winter. and )
( of supplies for the walking/ advertisement
Is regular
the purchasers a
and Mrs. Walter Goodyear, forer Coast Hotel System. Mrs. The Lieutenant made a trip through the advocate for .'Iorld:&. He has returned BF. l
East Gardner W.g'TO "OLD SANTA CLAUS:
Hats Pant.
r-TO
well known winter residents of last "winter anthe Informed SHOES, i
with Everglades makes
he
winter where
:ockledge. Tltusville Tomlinson is spending the that he wax to picturesque Daytona, sure to send to J. }). Crabb agt., at r +
Passed through married daughter In New York. an ADVOCATE representatvle his headquarters during\ the winter. Quoit'j.
her Cocoa: for Christmas jug. .
your /
.rlday of it in book "
New
afternoon last, en route from going to publish a report While were north we noted the fact "OLD MANTA CLAUS: BE

ork to the former place, where they form, the title of which will be "Across that Florida we had no greater champion In : sure to send to J. D. Crabb, agt., at ity and price guaranteed.__ __ __ __ I Ir
.WlllOme fine orange groves and conaerable Surveyors, Take Notice. the Everglades; The work will\ be published Its Interests than Mr. Russell, and we Cocoa, for your Christmas jug. Quality d.

other property. It Is about by Lippincott A Co., Philadel- pleased to again see him on the East and price guaranteed. The .Ad..t.."
f1ve year. since Mr. and Mrs. Goodyear Snrveyor's theodolite, with tripod, for phia, about Jan. 1.1th: next, and will are hi. numerous friends. -

heir kited Indian River, and we are sure gale, cheap. Cost $2(X); will sell for $7:) doubtless, prove highly Interesting\ read- Coast greeting rams WanUd. The IHMAM KIVEII ADVocATE: U on 4r
willCOrd II. J. TIFFI.X,
friends to
numerous old-time cash. Apply
Ing.
DRUG CO. ale ac the following news-stands, at five ;
them welcome. They Courteoay, Fla. THE INDIAN RIVER ,
a hearty children's Xmas JT t
'et to spend several weeks at Rock- jyBOOKb;: suitable at Cocoa and the Rockledge Pharmacy, Small Florida fruit and truck farm. cent per copy : tG'
ledge.YPRESS. presents at Screven's drug store. under the same management / Tltusvllle-Sirs. Emma Eaton.
For Sale. at Rockledge, yt. I. HimrACK, .. 'it
Property :
Fine medicines J. B. Screven.
carry a full \line of drugs, Glendale i Ohio.
:::r MERCHANTS HOTELS, YAM stationery, cigars, St. Augustine-Hotel Alcazar. ,
WAGONS, velocipedes doll The Hector Island property, a beauti- lies Fruit and Vegetables Growers, perfumery solicited.! .
carrla Beach.es. Anthony Bros,. West Palm ful place at Melbourne Florida Is for etc.,, promptly supplied with help. etc. Vp-to-dt ; patronage Wanted to Purchase Florida Send Your Clothe t

sale. This Is a very desirable place- Address WM. HCBEB Employment Property.

second to none on Indian River. The Agent, 30 Main st, Jacksonville. :2 Yacht For Sale. '
Grapefruit Buds for Sale. property comprises a hotel dwelling Person owning farms ot winter homes To the Hllditch. Steam Laundry, Jack

house store and steamboat wharf; also Launch For Sale. For sale, the auxiliary sloop yacht send full description and price to sonvllle\ anti you will be pleased with

FIve hundred grapefruit buds, one a Imah Tangerine orange grove, banana Jupiter, the finest cruising boat now In J. V. Boxy, the result. B. B. PT r.XII, agent! '

ear old, $20 per 100. Also budded or- and other fruits, with rare hrnbbery: at Indlsnola, Indian River Fla.. the South; 41ft. long, draft 3ft.. 10* Box 181, Dayton, Ohio. TltnsTllM, Via.JOT" r
have
age treell. R. A. HAEDKC, : lawn tennis ground and artesian welL I ft. naphtha launch, fully equipped b. p.; Globe engine (under cockpit); has
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Sebastian, Fla. The buildings are all comparativelynew and a In first-class condition; four horsepower large cabin and stateroom, with running Farms Wanted. j A* an advertising medium, n*

and the grounds are elegantly Im engine. Reason for selling, I water. Yawl, sllt r, Unen In commission.and everything ....,=- paper on the East Coast can best th.

Bones Wanted. proved. Good terms. want a larger boat. complete; now cash. Send particulars and once to ADVOCATE. Givens a trial-advfc.
Apply to owner, J. B.JEBBT, Y For further Information address, Worth $5,000; will sell for$1.SOO: Axsov: II. Russet., and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth.
N. ; F. D. UCOUM
Save bonu--and: ;; send them to the Titnsvllle, 71)*.; CHAS. L. HILL, Address, Miami, Fla. Akron, Ohio. .
JacklOnvllle Meson S. JOSKS, Pa.
rtlUxer Co., South Jack- Or to Fla.) Box 23-1, Scranton,
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I Lj meaning or of that of the others, but he beauty is that which Bishop Taylor Eggs: that are to be used for cake In

Poor and Weak doubtlessly thought it would not be wise called "the earliest Christmas carol summer aro very much Improved for Wanted
Ice water for fifteen AT oNCE
In
to enlighten the vulgar. Herrick tells us "Gloria In Excelsls. frothing If put ..

t Catarrh and -Bronchial Trouble- that the Yule-log of the new Christmas A sixteenth century one, quoting the minutes and beaten OB an Ice-cold plateor ,

r ; b' Had no Appetite Now Better In used to be lit "with last year brand." refrain, begins thus: bowl.

In some places this was kept under the "When Christ was burn of Mary free 20,000 pounds Fresh Dried
Delicate Child. ,
Every Way-A troublesomeand
In Bethlehem that fair cltle, Catarrh In the bead, that
f s "Some time Mince I took a Hidden cold bed during the Interval as a preventive Angels sang there with mirth and glee, disgusting disease, may be entirely
t d It f and could not get rid of It. Being subject against; thunder and fire. It wn said to In KxcelBla Gloria! cured by a thorough: course of Hood's

to catarrh and bronchial trouble I coughed cure cattle diseases, and Its ashes freed Herdsman beheld l these angels bright Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier.
To them with light Palmetto
appearing great: Saw
:\\"tJ" terribly. I lost my appetite and grew the corn from blight. Who said 'Kind's Hon Is born this night," Berries

". ""j'J y poor and weak and I did not feel like The Christmas candles used to be of InKxcelMsGlorlal"Formerly Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head-

\ o4P work. I began taking( Hood's Barsapa11 enormous size, and made to Illuminatethe the festivities partook too ache Indigestion, biliousness. All drug- ,
rilla. In a short time the cough disappeared much of the nature of the classic Saturnalia gists. 25c. '
t whole house. They were always lit 15,000 Ibs. Half-dried Saw Palmetto
i t, I slept well, had a good appetite It was' a period of license and Berrie
Christmas Eve and thus Christmas
on ,
and I better in Last bee with all Its industry, energy -
1/1 was every way. debauch. Old Father Christmas had to A single ,
Blount called "The Feast of Will the Highest Cash Price and purchase In shipments
: was pay
says of
4 epring I was not feeling well,I had no appetite vindicate his character, which was done and the Innumerable journeyslt has Itl6lbt]),
.! k and no strength. I resorted toHood's Lights, In the Latin Church. called will not collect much more mqre.
by deputy in a tract of 1661, to perform,
Is the of carols. Du-i
Christmas season
Sarsaparilla and soon felt more
of honey in a single Address, with samples
r4 "Twelve Yearns Observations on the than a teaspoonful ,
t, { r like work. My little nephew was a delicate randus derives this word from cnntare,
child and had a humor which trou. to sing, and rola, a joyful interjection. Times. half-century afterwards, season.' MELVILLE DRUG CO.Jacksonville.,

,,' 1 I \' bled him so he could not rest at night. Talbot, however, derives' it from the another tract, named "Batt upon Batt," There are four millionaires in Englandto ; Fla.

Ja z,: .t He has taken a few bottles of Hood's; Bnrsapnrilla Breton enroll, to dance; and Richard confesses: one in France.

,.:''t i' and now he has a good appetite son from the French Carrolle, a particular "Our natt can dance, play at high jink with
I : and is able to sloop." Miss ABBIB J. Dice, be Cured
] 1T ; kind of dance. From its similarity. At any primitive orthodnxal vice, Catarrh Cannot Magnolia Grocery.
i ( FREEMAN,South Duxbury, Mass. Shoeing the wild mare, tumbling the as they cannot ...
,' of structure and meaning in many young Wenches With local applications,
:' Drinking all night, and sleeping on the reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is
'/ tongues we be sure that it meant
yo may
Hood's 8pariHa benches. a blood 01 constitutional disease, and In H A. HENRY, Proprieto
:,; dancing accompanied with music and <*The merry-making that continued order to cure it you must take internal Wholesale. and Retail Dealer in
9{ '1 Is the One True Blood purifier.druggists.tLIOUItS song, like that around the altars of the from our Christmas day to twelfth day remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken

'I-(- 1' :--- are the bent after-dinner Sun God, Bel, or that practiced by the (Old Christmas day) Is noted In a ballad internally, and acts directly on the blood STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
_
t 1 fY a.S plI1S, aid digestion. 220.CHRISTMAS. Bacchantes. of the Sun God, Bacchus, or of 1C30: and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarih _( ( *i:
u :', Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was
14! t h __ __ __ by the Corybantes, the 01111 of Cybelle "When Clirlstmns-tlde comes in like a bride prescribed by one of the best physiciansIn Write or call for our Cash Price List,which will please ,
or Bela, the lunar deity and consort of With holly and ivy clad. this for and is a regular l''
Twelve In the ,much mirth and good country years
days
year 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE
:! i the solar. cheerIn prescription. It I' Composed of the best FLA.
household Is had.. the best No. 255.
Warton says of the Christmas carols every tonics known, combined with Telephone

I r nV LADY COOK (nee TENNESSEE: : CLAFLIN) printed In 1523, by Wyckyn de Worde, We must not omit to notice the splendid blood purifiers surfaces., acting The directly on combi-the -- -
mucous perfect
,I charities of our countrymen on behalf
that "these festal chansons for
were en- nation of the two ingredients; Is what
For the Indian River Advocate! E. WISCHENBACH, Manager. F. M. BURST.
Trans
t livening the merriment of the Christmas of the unfortunate, and especially produces such wonderful results la curing -

'r a SURIIBY, ENGLAND, Dec. 4, '07. celebrity." Indeed there is scarcely a at Christmas. The subscriptions which Ct rlh.SenftorteBti: mCUllalB, free.F. .
{ annually In for the Is a case J. CHENEY Co., Toledo, O. FLORIDA MACHINE
pour poor
14+ ,i The happy season of Christmas l Is custom Christmas of which any Importance not ancient relating to In point, and one which reflect the KST Sold by druggists, price 75o. WORKS
k; once more close upon us, and to-morrow was an one
r7 Is destined to bring joyfulness and mirth when Christ was born. The evergreens, highest credit on all concerned. After ADVERTISING IN
NEWSPAPER
all what does it matter whether the IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
tl to millions of hearts, but bitter sadness mistletoe, Illuminations, cakes, carols, TIlE UNITED STATES. A'book of

and a sense of utter loneliness to the for feasting, dancing, and diversion of var- legends of Christmas are true or false, two hundred pages, containing a cata- General Promptly & Accurately
R'' ious to the whether its customs are Pagan or Chris logue of about Blx thousand newspapers. Repairing Don
,' lorn. Heaven pity those who at this sorts, point same Pagan
tian, so that the season bring "Peace on being all that are credited by the American
festive period have no smiling faces of Bourses, as do so many other of our social December
i, earth and good-will towards man P" Newspaper Directory ( Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, nang
{+ dear ones at their board, or, worse still, and religious customs. Even the edition for 1807)) with having regular
possess neither home nor means nor Bishop's Crosier: Is the old Lltnus or Joseph, of Aiimatbea, may never have issues of 1,000 copies or more. Also Sash and Grate and Boxes 1n Stock.
Weights
l visited Glastonbury nor' his dry walk State of each and
chief ensign of the Roman Augurs. separate maps every
friends. When most families are annually Saw Mandrels of all Si
4 State of the American Union, naming
Ing stick have become that "Holy
gathered together In loving communion Mnshelm Informs us that Gregory Issued Bars a Specialty.
tt ; those towns only in which there are -
,, l It l is meet that the common Tbaumaturgus "allowed the Christiansto : Thorn, which miraculously blossomed newspapers having more than 1,000 Furnished.

sympathies of humanity should be most dance, sport, and feast, at the tombsof annually on the fifth' of January, yet circulation. This book (Issued December -

l strongly stirred on behalf of the wretched the martyrs upon their respective festivals there are saints as good as he who walk 15, 181)7)) ) will be sent, postage paid, SUGJ.VJZLx..S.: : .

f and the outcast. and to do everything that 'the the earth still, and flowers and fruit of to any address, on receipt of one dollar. Telephone 102. Office and Shops atlEnd| of Viaduct In Riven:
1 P. Kowell
Address the Geo. AdvertisingCo. i
I It is unquestionable that our Christi Pagans were accustomed to do in their human kindness fairer than any that :: ., 10 Spruce St., New York. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

i mos festival Is of Pagan origin; that it temples during( the feasts." ever flourished on Weary-all-UIH. May

is the"survival of 8un-wol'lIhlp-one form It was not until the fourth century I the coming Christmas be like the "three To Cur Constipation Forever.

i of that great and universal phallic creed that Christ's Mass! was instituted, and ships" of the old Carol-freighted with Take C. C.Cascarets O. fall to cure Candy,druggists Cathartic refund 100 monev.or Z8o.f CH.-: BIi -CIMI: : & CO3L.lQLTi.orfi

which would seem to be as old and as the Eastern Christians celebrated It,thenas love and mercy, so that all may sing, as DEALERS IN -

now on the Oth of January, nnd calied of old:
ubiquitous as mankind.; Who can say ,
while the Westerns "Without the door let sorrow lie, ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. Fl.n.e: Wines: a1.c1
the
for how many thousands or scores of,: It Epiphany, And If for cold It hap to die
the 2.: th of December.We We'll bury it In a Christmas pie 419 W. St.,
thousands of years the souls of men pitched on > \ :: 417 Day
And evermore be happy I" NEAR & TAYLOR, \ti'\Jtf(1\
were moved to hope and joy by the return hope some day to give an accountof JACKSONVILLE, I'. FL

of the sun to vivify and bless the the carols, for these form interesting Improper and deficient care of the (Successors to John McAllister.) I

earth t The end of the winter solsticewas pictures of thu habits and thoughts of scalp will cause grayness of the hair and thy JUCHWINEScreategoOllrtchb blood. Don't make tile mistake
of and our ancestors. There was that strangeone baldness. Escape both by the use of that Artesian Well Contractors LI' buying! sour poor wine harass I ucheap.
a period expectancy promise, qw
reliable specific Hall's( Hair Renewer. JI\\ It Is not It bee a fiantj" d
celebrated by joyful feasting, curious sung by the sewer while bearing the h iD greeable effect upon the sj'stein, .h,
,
wine really nut ,l' ,
exien
EAU GALL1E, FLA.Edo.at. good is
customs, and appropriate worship, and boar's head, as he was followed ,by the Grey horses are usually the longest s gives yon that pulled-tugetter,

the first day of every week was dedicated stately procession of nobles, knights, lived. Creams are decidedly delicate, .. satisfied 3T- feeling.a .. fJfiia
L by our Anglo-Saxon ancestors to the and ladles, Into the banqueting hall, In and are seriously affected by very warm Cnthnrtlc Your BowelVlth cure constipation Ceaearets.Candy forever. Mountain Dew Corn Pklskeyht I)

solar: deity. Christianity appropriated the good old days when open house was weather. 100,28o. If C O.O.fall,druggists refund money. years Parties old, J2-SO living per In gallon.Dry Towni will

f cult with kept for all comers by the groat for veil to order from UK, as we can i
the Pagan/ festivals to its own ------ n them 60 per cent.on all orders.Cjr ,
ai' few innovations as possible, so as not weeks together. It begins: ;; Always send money with or*
Invite Attention to'my Stock of
KIT" your Complete >
"Caput anrl (rtofero TV'e will not new accounti n.suitableJacksonvlllererereneehp
to: shock! too rudely the conservative Re.hhmslalllies Domino /:' open ('
susceptibilities of its conveits. And The hoar's head In hand;bring;I '\ No Goods sent C.O.D to Dry To,i
With garlands gay and rosemary; 44 HARDWARE AND CROCKERY {- / /a""I f ht I ..\ Agent for Indianopolis Bre ln||
thus the time of of the universal ,I
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year I pray you all siiiu merrily. I Brewers and Bottlers,In t Saturnalia was fixed upon ns the pro- yuJ estls In : : ." Hercules Malt Tonic, '2.211 per case; Clayton &|Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,f 4,50 per cue.
Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Gran-
el of the birth of Christ the Then there Is that beginning:
so period ,
Builders' Hardware water coolers Ice
Iteware, doors, sash and blinds, and cream
spiritual Sun, "the Sun of righteousness "Hod Let nothing rout you you merry dismay gentleman: freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,

: ," who was to bring gladness and For Jesus Christ our Saviour, plows and harrows, paints and oils Fruit Jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettingand
Was born upon this day. barbed wire THE PAINT STORE.
beneath His The !
healing wings. scrip To nave us all from Satan's power
tural phrase is a plain allusion to the When we were !gone astray" I-Iarrison Bros' Ready Mixed -Paints. .

Solar-serpent worship which prevailedin An old one, chanted in our youth by
{ Write me for Price I respectfully solicit a por.
Syria, as in this country and throughout ballad singers' commences: tlnniof answered your patronise. Mail Orders given I'rouijit and Careful Attention, and inquiries forprices ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
the world. An ancient hlorogram "I( saw three shins come sailing: In promptly. ,
On Clirlstnuis-diiy,on Chrlatuias-day." JY:. >i3. GirRVBFlRr
of its divinity was a circle, egg, or sun, It appears "Our Saviour Christ and
West Palm Fla.
Beach .
with hovering wings. Ills Lady. ," were aboard, and in violationof -x711 Papers:

The Yule-clog or log was emblematic the possibilities of modern geography:

of the same sacred firl!. The sun's name "O they sailed Into Bethlehem WM. J. HAUKISHEIMER!' Pres. U. E. HAIIKISIIEIMEB, Sec'y & Treas.
In Welsh was Haul; In Breton, Ileol. On Christmas-day,on Christmas-day." Outside Cold "Water Pt$ ittt-
The Anglo-Saxon name for Christmas But which among them all-and manyof

was geol or lule; Danish and Swedish, them are very quaint-excels for The Elgin Butter Company of Florida. I. E. BAIRD & CO.

,
Icelandic lot and -------
jul; or jol, English,

Yule. Thus Yule plainly meant the festival Manya mane WHOLESALE ONLY. 53 West Bay & Laura Sts., JACKSOSVILLE,1LPaInts : |
of the Sun. A year was often called who would be

a sun by the ancients, and Yule was the I I ) startled bare thoughtof at the :s'Utter: : aril Oh.eese..... Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.SAW .

time when the old died and the
sun new down sitting anddeliberately Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
one was born. Thus the birth of Christ
I =
coincides with the birth of the sun. drln king a Our 4 Crewn Butter is being used by the best merchants throughout the State. AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TA.RD.ert

Warmestry, In his "Vindication of the dose, of allows poison The butter handled by us Is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries PHlatka, Fla. E. Bay St., Foot

Solemnity of tike Nativity of Christ," himself to be In the State of Illinois It Is always uniform In quality.

1648( says: "If it doth appoare that the O regularly systematically and :Merchants not receiving our quotations will do us a favor by writing for same. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY,

time. of this festival doth comply with e
poisonedday
WE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. This Is positive.
the time of the Heathens' Saturnalia, after day Manufacturers of -
by accumulations
this leaves no charge of Impiety upon it; of bile THE ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA.

for, since things are best cured by 'their I' in When the blood.the liver falls to Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath

contraries, It was both wisdom and piety do its regular work of filter- ,
in the ancient Christians (whose work it lug this. bilious. poison out Beans Peas Potatoes Etc. .bIDg!
was to convert the Heathens from such of the circulation it goes on A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings,
C1P
poisoning the entire constitution lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments
as well as other superstitions and miscarriages just aa surely. as if a man
to vindicate such times from was drinking prussic acid. BEANS-GREEN POD: Earliest Valentine, Early Mohawk, Imp. Refugee; Refugee mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
$ ) Every part of the body is polluted. The 1000 to 1; Best of all, per bushel, $ .1I0. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see as.
the. service of the devlll, by appointing digestive juices. are suppressed and weak- BEANS-WAX POD: Imp. Golden Wax, Black Wax, Wardwell's Kidney Wax, --
them. to the more solemne and especial ened. The kidneys and skin are clogged Detroit Wax Rust-proof Golden Wax, per bushel, $3.00.
with impurities and the lunge and bronchial These are specially low prices intended to introduce business the
on East
service of God. The Blazes are foolish my
overloaded with morbid
secretion
.r tubes Coast, and are only good when order Is accompanied by this advertisement. Write 17AIWSON
W.
]3.
and valne, and not countenanced by the which eat away the delicate tissue, and
I bring about bronchitis and consumption. for Market GardenerVholosale Prices, or use Henderson's, Thorbum's Bulsts', ,
church. All the diseases caused by this subtle process Landreth's, Burpee's, Johnson & Stokes', Gregory's, Livingston's or Ferry's.
"Chrlstmasse Karlles, If they be snub of bilious poisoning are cured by the BJT-: All my seeds are thoroughly tested before I send them out. This offer Wholesale and Retail
as are fit for the time, and of holy and marvelous alterative action of Dr. Piercet. good only on orders received before December 10th.
Golden Medical Discovery It directly increases
nobor composure, and used with ChrlitJ the liver's natural excretive and BURTON K. BARRS Seedsman,

Ian sobriety and piety, they are not un purifying 01000-0181107 powers organs; gives power the to digestive manufacturean and Jacksonville, Fla. WINE & LIQUOR 11A

lawful'and may be profitable, If they be abundance of red. rich healthy blood.It .
sung with grace in the heart. drives out all impurities, and vitalises
the circulation with the life-giving elements GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
"New Yearns Gifts, if performed without which restore perfect nutrition, solid muscular
superstition, may be harmless provocations power, and healthy. nerve-force. MARX BROS. 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Flat

to Christian love, and mutual "In August 1805 I was taken down In bed with "
1 burning- and severe pains In my stomach and Wholesale Dealers In Fine Old Wines Haw
testimonies thereof to good purpose, and under my shoulders, and. diaainesa in my head" Liquors, Imported and Domestic ,

ever the worse because the Heathens Co.writes,Pis.Ira"O.My Herring home pltyskl.s Ksq of Needmore called and, Levy he Groceries: : Fruit and. :E=':rod."U.oe.

lave them at the like times." said symptoms anything(l>*.were 1 lingered mar like in this consumptionthan way seven 131 and 133 East: limy Btrret and A and S NwTaolKjaoxv7ll.I.o an Strvct, Mexican and Florida Cigars.

All very sensible, but at the same months trying different kinds of medicine. Nothing : i F1.or:1d.a.: :
that late would digest, and I had great distma FINE FANCY -ROCEIIES: :
-p-- time a clever example of special pleading In my stomach. I was persuaded to try some (

not unknown In our time, la which of Or.Pimfs remedies I or to see what he Bought ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN WHISKEYS from Compound
of my ease. I wrote him and rseetv d aa answer THE CITY |2.00 Per Gallon upward. I handle no
Heathen priority Ignored. The "Bla stating that say Mflering waa from ladlgestios) List SoliciUd.
sad torpid liter, aad advising m. to take Dr. aPrice upon application. Your Jag Trade
ass or Yule-log, however, were difficult HMM'S Golden Medical DteeoWy. The ..... We are headquarter tar all kind of Seed aDd Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas- If you wish to open aa account you must give first amass city referenc-
for Warrnestry to account for, or to bottle bottles gv of tk pleading* 'Gold en result Medical*. I haw Discovery1 taken and guaranteed erranlne. We also carry a fall line of Hay,' Grain and Feed. We want"
claim a* Christian emblems We can three _.11."of the rteaaaat Felleta/ I am your Oranges and Vegetable. Give ns a trial and you will be pleased.

,scarcejuppose!. him Ignorant of their able before to I do look say U work.s. awdiciBc and eat*,what" I could act MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE FLA. The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing2 -










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Sessional Cards. SAILINGS .- -
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WEST-MIAMI

LINE, F. E. C. S. S. Monthly School Statement. J

L. *. BOBBIXS. W ALT_S. GIUB.A... CO. RARE CHANCE HODGES & GODFREY
A. GRAHAM, Suatf ment for' the month ending the ,

BDfS Commencing Wednesday, December County day of Nov., 18\17\) for I'ev1ud Manufacturers M t
1o'1a.

ATTORI' 'EYST.LA 12, advised 15, 1897,,the and sailing continuing of the until S. S.otherwise City of II EC A PI'rULATIOtf. Hotel Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla. Yellow Pine Lumber
a. m. Total
r i IIousaad Key West of the Key West-MIami receipts during month, .f 106. 4 ,
FrFroipl0mto
2
Line Total expenditures, .
Florida .' 2,30.60:!
Brevard Co. Florida. East Coast Steamship HO UOH IWKS8.CU; I
:, Company, ITEMIZED
8VILLJ will bo RECEIPTS-N(>V., 1SU7.\
| as follows: From Oran** Mo* Heada, '
lloX,108.:
tax collector school levy. $ 15 40
los
aU the OCl1rt1-1tate and fed For f
In Key West .
t
I practice : Leave Miami after .07 1043 Fruit Veejwtuhlei Cr.t.... '

1 1 ,ul tor examining and perfect- arrival of taain No. 35 from the north 'I poll tax '\1)7) 1 00 I.umberdelivered at any p.n..t Indian River
ttioIttlee IIn lllrVllrfl1) ll"1 "f '" od Mondays, Wednesdays : )111. I 000
and Fridays, arriving State treas. ImlliHnir on the Kant C......,.wmilil do well to .'
: at Key West, redemp'n of lands 05 00 I writ.' for .rlne.. The HawmtU In situated, l on tee r
following
errielJO.lbL 1 S. JONES, day J.,T. A' K. W. Ky., a mile south of I'ulntkn. I
For Miami: Leave Key West, at 1:30 Total receipts. . .tlOOiU t Stktsumtilightee I'utunm
Fla.
co.,
/ standard time \
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Tuesdays Thursdays and ITEMIZED EXPENDITURESJno -__-_ i

Saturdays arriving at l\Ilamlln time to n yams, Supt. salary. .. 75 00 NATIONAL: ==-- -- ;
SVILLE BREVARD CO., FLA. connect with northbound train next J S bnowden memo board.. 0 00) {

morning.It Dan E Miller memo board. .. 15 80! : HomeSeekers
CO., ounty Judge of Brevard.County.I. will be C F Hamblen brig; house .. 24 70) ,
noticed that the service Is Builders Supply Co bdg house VJtl: SO

"He, PIa, now tri-weekly] and as good as the best. J R RLeatherman brig house. 11 31 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

QAULDEN The S. S. City of Key West makes connection G K Paddison, bdg house 85 12
n F Pnd-llson vepr's bdg Artesla 11 25 t;
at Key West for
Havana Cuba.
[ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW See W J Ni'sbtlt freight . . 1 JM) Exchanging; Property for Property, aSp
page 15, Passenger Rate Circular] Fee A Stewart stove pipe .. 80) 1
I practice' 10 all the Courts of the State No. liilty. Send Dwucrlptlon! of what
ride.anti the United 8tate. Court. 5. Ed Stilling, .stove. 5 40 ren 1
> ",Box,238. TITUSVLLLE FLA.. J. P. BBCKWITB J. D. RAHNKK Donahue A lieu ue Wry, blk bd 0 84 you have, stud what you want.
rietoDon )
UFPaddlsonreprs. .. . 214
Money to Loan. 18 Traffic Manager.! A. O. P. A. ; MALABAR Imlfatn River' FIA)RIDA.
T .Johnson' reprs. . 2 no I atil a
O F PiiddiHOn, reprs . . 4 :ail: I l t ti ') C. C. CA tUtO.L.

1,1 ttJe GOLDSMITH A HINT TO ORANGE GROW D E Miller for Morgan, bdg . 4(1( (12 I + a ltwThe Itl'si Estate: Agent .
.
W H Knox, reprs. 600 I
ERS.A A 8 Dixon freight on furniture f)5) I .bijfh
please j, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Hud on School Fur Co, with 0 above cut represents roughly HOTKLt: DH NIL, at Sarno Brovard Choice. .

, FLA. writer in an Australian paper "Gar mos interest 8 per 20il.ll II County Florida which In only J of a mile south of the depot of HUll Olallll"l Kliv., +

lisvllle Florida. den and Field," mentions a fact of his Jaa-Piitchard U S Ii. int. ind'bt 78 80Amcr. and about 20,) miles south of Jaoksonvllle on the Florida East Coast It. depot ?o q n+ Wines. Liquors
Book Co, free text books 17:1: 40 postoftlce and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottars are located on 4I and Cigars.
observation which may give our orange linn & Co, text books. . 5 33) ten acres of land fronting on the E.ui Oallle River with view of, Indian River on) the ij Il "
ELWES growers a hint of value."I Maynard Men-ell A Co text bks 1 20 east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic Ocean 2} miles awuy. Is prite- I Guaranteed Pure ti

CARY- was In the Mediterranean In November J 11 Same frt on furniture. 5 83 tloally new-buildings/ completed In 180(1.( The hotel and every aottngo la lornIshed Sold at reduced y
.. 304 and most of the furniture and linens have never been u "d. Two artesian price
TreawJm NOTARY PUBLIC and December when citrus fruits John Delaney fit on furniture., 740 wells pipes aud sewers; 20( cisterns all connected !give ample supply] of the bust
STATE AT LARGE. began; to come In," he writes, "and very F C Stetson" 7 SO! of water. The property hiv only been used some two mouths by tho former owner ? ImportedTetk. wine \.

vpewritlng, taxes paid for non- poor stuff the early fruits were. Oeo E Andrews trt.. 8 70 John Green, who died, and the property Is now owned by L'ol. Aaron A loOrauw y I,
from ]
dente, rents and accounts collected, "I was particularly struck with the C; L Howell 'a 85 of Jamaica Queen's County New York whoee addrfw after Italy I//t
I etc. Correspondence sollcl ted. J F Bell .. 200) January 1st will be Oak Hill, Florida. There Is a largo pavilion 100) taut ;.
lituivllle, - Florida. high estimation in which the Mandarin J M :Sanders :202Vaaolnatlna :. square cement; lloor, oement walks water, works and garden. LIcit of hunting' nnd John B. Togni ,

orange; Is held, and I find that a large ADVOCATE pub. statement . :2 00 fishing;, fresh and salt water; sailing or yachting on Kau (name and InllllllHvtlr"i', ; Metropolitan Saloon] li.1: KI114t Bay St.. r
trade is done with France and GermanyIn oysters sua bathing beautiful scenery; and the whole Is ready to }
J. WEBB SUMMARY. in one day's time. Every convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wholeeari )
December by a sort of parcel post Teachers' salaries, total. . .*1427 BO Titles perfect. The ordinal cost to John Green was $4HHMj( ); now for sale cheap; and ll4all...... j

, Dang A ATTORNEY -LAW, system. The Mandarins are carefully All other 0.1510: half cash and half on time. Any good hotel man can make money here. I __ 1-

wrapped and packed in small flat boxes B= Address D.. L. UAULDEN, Tltusvllle, Fla. b
Stock. l.uit.'ill practice in the"Courts of the 7tli about twenty in a box, and sent at par Total expenditures .* 2302: 01)) Or AARON A. DRUHAUW, Jamaica N. Y. The Largest and Most Complete -

: Establishment South. '.(.
all SujRiven llbourne, Florida. cel rates finding a ready sale at high "

I. prices."I ; John Bright. "OUTDOOItS," the Now Sporting Mallulne.- GEO, S. HACKER & SON p 1{

0. FRIES C. E. would much like to see the experiment Sir Wemyss Reid gives some interesting FISHING I Invaluable to the salt water flsheimim\ the fresh water IUher ,

tiled of sending away 'Mandarlns reminiscences of John Bright in man, the quail snipe woodcock and hino .shooter tho .

COUNTY SURVEYOR. From Australia similarly packed. 'Thereare Oassell's Magazine. The great Liberal buy bird and will fowl gunner; the big game hunter tho toiiilst ?; .,A
boatman mid nnturullst. Prloe lOots, !
wheelman photographer,
lender often sat in old fashioned
none to spare for the purpose In an
Land legally surveyed and sub-dIvIded. armchair In the Reform club. He de- Subscription $1.00 per yeiir. Wilte for sample copy
South Australia
bif I had suitable
LUCAS Editor:. And ;
GEO. LOUTUKL Proprietor,
(wing neatly done. Estimates for land should lighted in talk and was foud of repeating R SORTS '
I feel strongly tempted to No. 1 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. ,
poetry. On one occasion he beganto ,;j
kinds of plant this fruit '
engineering works. Dieted
; -
0 talk to Sir Wemy about his favorite 11\\
line a specialty. "Those who have not spent much timeIn hymns, and us he warmed to his subject


Europe fall to realize the immensityof be repeated some of them; It was a One Man Can Run This Steamboat
CSVILLK, Brevard Co.,' FLORIDA. the trade in fruits which for
club
appear prohibitive strange subject perhaps a . .

st., In price. Take hot-house grapes smoking room but it was still strangerto C W.wraa. C""

TEPIIEY E. FOSTER, as an example. The fact is the housesof observe that as he spoke with that o 'C

't the rich, the clubs, and the great wonderful voice of his the other men in ro ), tt
the room first looked and began to 3O e,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW np 0
rlcbb! number of the expensive hotels, like the
MANUFACTURERS OF
rul.taI"aUM listen and then, as though drawn by rn I.
I |Rooms 420 <&: 423, Gardner Building Cecil ]Metropole .Victoria Grand and aT "1
an irresistible spell, drew nearer to ._ Doors Sash Blinds I
1"ot1.!tn, wbl d CKSONVIILE, FLORIDA. scores of others must have any good him until before long ho had them all 1;) ; .., fl

nlce.Iher, i Fruit available whatever be the price sitting round him in a circle enjoying a Moulding & BuildingMaterial.

i APE & CAMPBELL within limits of course. Thousands! of that "mnsio of the human speech" of 0 r

,key ortbf,t guests daily dine at tables where the which above all living men he was a k su Oflloo A Warcroonia. King, opposite rES

supply of out-of-season fruit appear un master John Bright reciting hymns ina 51 Cannon Street.Charleston i I.t' I.

11..11IcaD ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, limited. club smoking room I "There," er- CD 1 r 5": t' 4

> "The trade will take a considerable claims Sir Weinyis, "is a picture for an ._C aqMACIIINKHT ] S. C. ;t:.

oro kknonville, Florida. artist if he only knows how to treat it." rrl f. '.rl I
11de, Wi'II quantity of oranges-In fact as many as a; iA ys, "
Sash Cord and f
v Taw JI'' can be sent for years of the quality of His Little III."" ".. :E Weights, 1' N

.Inr TM. SCOTT. GORDON R. BROOME.A fruIt[ which alone is saleable for that -
she and she looked i
'OIIl, "John said at IIANDLKS, FROM PILOT IIOI'flK.' Hardware ,1;
i,sea COTT BROOME class of customers. It must be more him rather sharply as she said it, "I This steamboat In 37.ft. Ionic, 0ft. ".."m.lI.n. depth of 1.,1eI1) draw. 13 Iniihon. of .."te,,., unit
will run eight inllmnn h...". Hmi ouhln IIx 14 tent with UM-fl. linml-rixMii.. Two folding. "." mill.
than merely good: It must be good have idea that didn't behave Window and Glass 1
very an Fancy :
you If&lIey.8&lI-rt. LMII; nomiiiimoilaM nix or.llit| iwrMiimke 1'lIy., llunn, either wood! or ooal. Hull- '1
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, "Once more, however let me say It Is yourself very well while you were for pleasure pnriiiMa, or Ilifht froiKlit. or llnhlnn bu"IneN.,. We wllli duplicate,, for '!1.;*IIlI. orMKHKIM.NTKVKNH
will alter to suit con. Itlo"., at prlrun, from, f (over Bank) no use sending anything but first quality away. ,
KNOINKKKINO CO., j
tiaral, .. Florida. fruIt packed in the most careful manner.It "How absurd!I" he protested. "Whatin 138 &140 Kant Hay St.,Jacksonville riit. Kncliimiri: Contractor., Kte. 80 YEARS' I
the world has given yon that idea
[ requires and must have, care. I
EXPERIENCE ,i
she returned in "
"Well, a quizzical -- -- .6
EORGE W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYAT.LAW. "With apologies I would say-neat, .,'
kind of a way "I noticed in the telegram Grove sued ItuMldcncu
not for the packing oft Orange MEN MADE VIQOROUS
gaudy proclaims you sent me you had paid the for Sale. WEAK 1

the quality. regular tariff charges on the words "ex

to West "The Sicilian knows how to pack but cuse writing "Chicago Post. A fine !grove and garden property of
Florida. 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River M >R >C
makes his lemon-case remind
often ons
Will practice in the United States and extending back to tho county roadat
s nd State Courts. of an old box of valentines with gingerbread Sharpes-about 15 miles south of Tears MANES'

9jun95F. corners and tawdry pictures ad The female mosquito has given a bad Tltusvllle-known as the Brock place; taper, 5 "oAY, IlaoaY. d DAY. DcsaNS' La ICorvNlowva

nauseam tending to throw suspicion on name to the whole race, she alone doingall BOO\ ( bearing trees; good; house four What Did Anrnne landing a eketflb and tlaaeriptlnn roar w
F. n. HOUGHTON rooms and kitchen; servants' house and q..I1r ........... our oplnhxl.n wbathar aa j
and the
the for
the entire package.; biting stinging family. H ftflt* jMjWHrfuTly and qulibljTe Curv when ft'' I..n&lon I la probablyptanlabla, Comrnnnlna.tloiuMrlatlrennSilantlal. p
house. Price ) ) :
Backing vJ.noo.OO.. Others fall. Yountf ein r un Soil timnluirxlt ol Handbook on PatenM
Apply to won r*gov.rjouthful.aor. AH. lwCrlr C.wnrniiM ,ant free t/lrfaal aiannr fur Saudi tp',J.d.nla. h
1.1.. 1.-Curs l..nea....., Lie.{ Id.llly Hatenie taken thniuvh Munn ut. reeelr '. '
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DENTIST.: White City. Ko-To-Bae for Fifty Cents.Guaranteed RODBINH A: Oil AH AM, ( >i s.y,1,1 bays.1..l.s.. 1*.. Pow.. fpwilol ixrttM, whhniit 010....., la tbe ,
tobacco habit cure. make weak for vlib r ..*, FnlllMsf M.anry. Wa.tena 1)1.a..a '
Atty.
men strong blood pure. 110o.U. All drug-gHte.. owners and.' tff'ct* of ttf n/m/ or .aria.,. Ofnduerrfke. Scientific JlmtricaHeAhanilanL !
, Fl, aytona Titusvllle Kla. / Ward. OIT Insanity and eon.iinipllo.,
Florida e orthfc* ofd 1 I "'
We are pleased to acknowledge a pleasant Don't l it nrnitiil.t lmpi a w .I. Inu.trsted weekly ,
heanNN N re.lrr prneL In.lat e 'r.1l.
Its) NEIeVI4se1,, n .rn4 fur 1, rulatlf.n or any.". ... /
1 EEP Mudd vITAMPS
call last Wednesday from Capt. W. WANTED AGI NTS. n all .
Notice of Mauler'Hale./ Lan b.canl.d lie to.prxdta, Pr.peld place er,, mr montbs.t bf ,
ALPU E. SMITH M. D. T. Jarvis general freight agent of the F. I 'Sr. al..t..4t.ara.tN, bus, a, N or E.r. ace R.nasd A. I'.Itlr.yrfll. lb., Mi'N, CD&5 6UInuusv.NB wJ.rk ,lr

E. C. R'y., and Capf U. D. HendrIck. "The Confederate Soldier] 10 the Civil NDElt and l by virtue of s decree. of to... 1 car"v i JSYiuluAL.Al -draifMl.te, Aildri o. Ill*.. l..t: I'' atwebi z"
steamship'owner.. War" contains 600 pages 12xld inches, U cloallre and sale l".nliiK' out of the rirrult ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. eon, Court In and for Hravitril county, Florida,
n local and over 1,100( large battle scenes portraits wherein A.' J. Field In complainant and (). .1. Bold by J. 1). Hcreven, only.ROYALTANSY ] w-f;!;
Peclallst In Rectal J. M. Orrel our genial merchant maps, etc. The /greatest and larg- Hardxe, et.at. are defendant, I will sell at I public .
Genital Urinary an made a flying trip to TItusville last Tues- est War Book ever published and the .auction In front of the court hound door InTltuivlIM -- WHY NOT HAVE YOU
Diseases. only one that does Justice to the Confed- Florida during the ln|".l hour of WUHK DONE BY QUICK!
soldier and the cause he foughtfor. ale) ,on theFIRST Tr.NI.ILS CHCAPANOARCUAHU11ft
erate PILLS
AFFORD day.The MONDAY IN JAMJAIIV A l 1) IWM ernA55
FLORIDA.
steamer Della will from the beginning WAiLLu
Agents wanted everywhere to sell FldM TECLl E
; It?
the name being the 3rd day of aald month to NicvfurAiM.a .
of next week make daily trips this book on our new and plan. Fewnlse'ovEEV. SfMS MASSCHECKIJ
easy the hlKlien and bout blddnr for rash, the follow. 1 'w,rLb.hn.4,4 I ar reb.gfuf.up.
and make connectionswith Many of the lady and gentlemen agents \\nf dnwrlliefl real estate, vltimted In llrevaril ,r.-.. P"'.Md, .<.>..-!.., *.......,,. or. .B.lnfultuimtlun. _
White .
from City Florida. to-wlt All that. certain tray ,no" .H"w o. |by or r ",(1
who are at work are making from t.V; 1' to county I Ldlr. In.l..n..U. _. ..,..,.... 1__
with of real Minute, and being in lire BIGGEST PLAN
line .tate lying
the steamboat Capt. V T H..m STEEL '
$200: per month. Veterans, sons and yard county Florlila.I and flewrlbed an follow I e. wr > gNp.a.. aWllftlMM.41 I. Nuns SutwF tea.
M b. sTIIsAU A.
r
Mathlson\ master. daughters of Veterans and others Inter to-wlti I TlMHtoiithhairof: : ; : : lot No.: : IJ,. of a mil::= J- .a.-4 In IMU pis.In' ..nl'|'''. iN.n.i. i **i In ''IN THE SOUTH
to send for beau. dlvlmon of lot I of unction twenty tight tl'P ested requested a
Vegetable sre looking fine and bids are nix (iWi I ,aotith of thirty. .euurloNi'mkwsaGp.,1!
When yon tiful Illustrated descriptive circular (free) aeven townnhlp((31))eat.twenty of a .*iir ey by 11. range II. aeunlhl..l: l, ''" 'uLA ; : : :; .
plant seeds plant t fair to be a large crop. and terms to agents. Address CourIer. county urveyor. ',made rvnruary, i'lnl and lath ,% '
1HW,and nn-ordml In hook "3" pace 744, of the Soul by J. U. Screren, only.
Co. y
settlers are all comfortably Journal Job Printing Louisville Ky. : OK a
Our new renord l* of Hrevard county, Florida, and contain -FAITHFUL MEN v
settled and are busy with their winter 33734.1011)acre, or ae much thereof a* maybe WANTED to travel for responsible ,
PEROTSHm Announcement. n_...', to realise the amount. due tb. complainant Pineapple, Orange and Lemon established house In Florida. Salary t
,
gardenIng. ,a d QOIU of piled ett.
.7MO and Posltletn permanent.
GOLDSMITH, expenses.
-- Land For Sale, Cheap. Iteference. Knclon self-addressed.

the best Those Who Endure By special arrangement made with the dec3-3I!: special' Muter Cnanrery. stamped envelope. The National Htar .

:For Outdoors Publishing Company, of Xew I hare for sale BO( acres of pineappleland Insurance BIdg.r Chicago. Jnn21,l>7 j
11III.evarywhen.D. of rheumatism should be reminded of the ,
The pains York the proprietor ADVOCATE ;
... FERRY CO.. that a cure for this. disease maybe will, for the low price of f.'.0i( >, send the Advertise in and on St.: Lncle river a few miles be- i-i-

Detroit. Mkh found In Hood's Sarsaparilla. The ADVOCATE and the monthly Illustrated low Eden 40 of which being northeast AGENTS-.:'J.) to *30 I jwr week easy.

experience of those who have taken magazine; "Outdoor,," for one year. Subscribe for -Idd/f quarter of northeast quarter of section You wet k right around, borne. A brand + ',

flood's Sarsaparilla for rheumatism, and This Is an exceptional opportunity and 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; new thing. Write to us quick) I You t 1
I have been completely and permanently should be taken advantage of without the other 40 Is the northeast. quarterof will be surprised at how easily" can be s

cured prove the power of this medIcineto delay as this special offer will\ hold good THE DAILY DAYTONIAN southeast quarter of section 3, done. Wend us your address, anyway I 4 r
; rout and conquer this disease. Hood's for a short time only. To those who already township 34, south of rang 41 east. It will be to your Interest to Investigate.Write .
YOUR FORTUNE Sarsaparilla is the One True Blood Purifier receive the ADVOCATE: the magazine The above land can be bought for $10 to-day. Address "People's," '

"" & and It neutralizes the acid which "Outdoors," will\ be sent for 75 Of Daytona, Fla, acre. It I. suitable for pineapple, 3041 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. t
11pthe II.... a.d. p.cleayour d'b..I.bc'l..O".mln".n .n.'b. causes the aches and pains of rhema- cents. Make all remittances to Clias.H. The only Dally Paper between orange per lemon or lime growing.
?
1 _.A., MaNTHou. eeusisMdi. a.t'fRi tlsm. This Is why it absolutely" cures Walton Titnsvllle, Florida. Ht. Augustine and Key West. Will be soW In lots of 40 acre, for An.'tod.-.A :man. "'
-Hm&? mankind bead '"",hi... when liniments and other outward ap- cash. This land will\ soon be worth $50
ipppn e,Tba.'t- BostM, 1.411. :.-:::.' '. Alai I plications fall to give permanent relief. pally news despatches.The In section at once to sell staple

'_....b1..''to. .... Wonderful i s H.: F.rrrk....aad Be sure to get Hood's. Dan'.T.baee felt sad lawk Tear Ul *..,. largest local circulation In Day' per Apply acre. to C. II. Walton ADVOCATE ever .; no peddling; experience ,
BUY OILY CJl1.H..... .. To quit tobacco sully sad forever. be menetlo. tona and I Is read In town betweenSt. unnecessary; best side line. 479.00 ,I
every Titus-
A Graham
.:0.I.lIH. : I offlc to Bobbins : ,
or
..:. :::.. ;, -:_:. : have be- full of life, nerve sad vigor take' NoTB. Augustine and Key West, on the ; .tf month. Salary! and expenses or large I,
5 .. ... telling and astrology; rtlla
.W 1.h. UIC&II. .u..110 6- Fortune ...wonderworker bat make weak mea. East Coast.Adverthing commission made. Address with: cent
come such nuisances In Milwaukee of .,roD" All dnwrUMMeofl. Cartraaran.teed. for sealed particulars,Clifton Soapand
and sample) free. Address rates I Subscription: the of stamp
Booklet -What do need In way
WANTED FAITHFUL HEY OR late that the police have been compelledto Sterllof Rem dy Ctt. Cbleaco or New York on application. I One :year N; Six envelopes note you and letter bead, bill Manufacturing Company, .Cincin p'

to travel for responsible take energetic measures to abate the ...... I months, $::1.00. beads, statements, tags, cards, etc I oats Ohio.

established how In Florida. Salary nonsense. still Address theDArroxzu We shall be glad to have s share of :your
rSO: : Is giving away,
-The ADVOCATE "
and Remember the ADVOCATST. TltnsvH
-
Orst-clas lob
We have department [
ezpel1lleL Position In work. a
eut ReferenC4Jlnelo: self-addressed perman- 'The singular punishment of bigamy free tobacco seed of the finest grade. PVDu.uuro Co. (loo.), cooneetaHl with the ADVOCATE, e, doe. all kinds of Job printing. Giveus

;janped en.elope. The 'JratloDaJ, Star Hungary U to compel the man to live together Call and'get some, .with, Instructions for Daytona, Fla. and all w. ask hi. a star of your work. a share of your: worse.]
house. its cultivation. .
ranee D14 Chlc go. with both"wives In one




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.. 4 _, INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER :2*, 1897.f "

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i f : INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- sooner it is forgotten the .better ; the their amount destination of fare, may from be that forwarded point to to cial the community Interests of Titusville Is duly !grateful, and for this"In SAVE MONEY And Buy From *>i't"d]

i and with a "long pull, and strong "
the undersigned, and the' boys ex- unity there Is strength. The clergy
pull and a pull together. ," and a have Indorsed the movement by their
\ the first train after
9 K kWBEKLV JOURNAL DBVOTBO: TO Tall: DBVKLOFMBMT pected by possible '
t Jr Or THH INDIAN KIVEK, LA KBWOBTU set determination to succeed, we their arrival. Send by registered letteror moral support. Rev J. F. O'Boyle took :r... .. E :8 ::E3ocs
' :ti: h. I AMD BISOAYNB: BAYSBOTKMU.PUBLISHKU can make Titusville assume the money order on Jacksonville. Stem especial interest In bringing about these ,
----- will be In your application promptly. happy results.
due her and
importance ,
t 1 4 w EVERY FRIDAY, able to disregard the ill-will of Florida HELEN Agent HAHCOCKT C. A. Society, POOR "JEEMS." Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grit
,
1 outsiders, who would, 'ask nothing Itlvervlew Hotel, Meirltt Fla. ,

OnAnLas'H.: WALTON, Editor Sc Proprietor. better than to see her pull herselfto A special dispatch from Washington Meal and Cotton Seed Meal
disaentions and want E. Alexander a Florida
"James
1;, pieces by A PUBLIC MEETING AT TI says: clerk
politician, and at one time to the
of home.
,y Address all INDIAN ontnmnnloatlons RIVER ADVOCATE.TITUSVILLB to unity at __ ,. TUSVI LLE. committee on patents, under United Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds. of Insects; Harmless to

J' FLORIDA.NEW States Senator Wilkinson Call, of Flor- beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. lOan 0
FLORIDA" will soon earn the name ida endeavored to kill himself Saturdayin
,
'
The and of Banana
dredging opening Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
I
t i r 'of the "convention state." We are creek at its confluence with the Indian a room at Mr. Call's residence In that pr ,.

f : YORK OFFICE i now, to have a quarantine convention River-dliocily opposite Titustllle I city. The young man had been Inking -- -,-
e ? t ; Metropolitan DutMIng Madison Av again being earnestly considered" by our heavily for several days and returned lust -==-
and has
.. Governor Bloxhaiu Friday night to Mr. Call's house, wherehe
-'-- -- --
townspeople, and tills time we hope the P. E. McMURRAY
i Ie."r 12th and Jack Carriage
condition alarming,
suggested January prospects for practical results are better lives. His was and
; 't, tl ,pl 17. S. Department of Agriculture sonville as the time and place of We have drawn attention to tbe deepenIng ,i and he was assisted to bed. At about 2 &

Weather Hurruii-Jupiter, Flu. meeting. When subjects for con- of Banana creek over and over again, o'clock Mr.'all arose to see how found Alexander him Wagon
lIe
and have found It extremely: hard to get was getting along BAKER
ventions become scnrce might
we the bed bathed in blood from a ,
lying on
The following IK a comparative statement our storekeepers together/ to do anything Mate
have sore-head convention with
k l' a for their benefit. The knife wound in the throat. The weapon
of tempeiature and rainfall fur the even own questionat Dealers in
' 'Ii' ir week ending; Tuesday, Duo. 21 I, 1807. ti dynamite ,attachment, which issue was fully discussed at a public used was an ordinary table knife, which
'1'' would doubtless beneficialto meeting, held In the House was found on the bed. The physician
-11)07- -1800- be ; Opera on
very Carts and
Dump Saddlery. Pleasure Business
who had been summoned had Alexander Vehicles, Hand Carts
V Tuesday evening, the 21st Inst. whichwas etc
Vi ATB.: MAX. MIX. MAX. MIN. the state "*'
I i 1<; i 19 (flli 6-1: 72 (II attended by nearly every representative removed to the Emergency Hospital, Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
watched
71 business and In where he was closely during
10 l 63 04' 6i:J professional man
ti 17 .4 118 72: fIJ) Ten Travelers' Information Com- Tltusville, and no small credit Is due the night. ==--
,Yd ti' 18 78 71 79 (110! with general offices in New Judge! Minor S. Jones and Mr. Charles "The-wound in the throat was found to
} l I pany, he a small matter, although Alexanderwas *
10 77 75 Plillipsen for The NewSelden
71 67 getting so many together.
York, and branches In Philadelphia weak from the loss of blood. His c"
20 77 71 70 00 Judge Jones was chairman, and Robt.
1 bi :n 78 (110 i! 6.J: fit Boston and Buffalo, has been Pentland, of the I. R. & B. B. I. N. Stbt. condition mentally, however, was dangerous -
1'' recently incorporated. The objectof Co., secretary. There were about 100 He talked of some plot, which,
Total rainfall for the week: OOOlncbes
had been formed certain
he declared by
.. A Departure from normal, rainfall for the the company Is plainly indicated people in attendance, and an enthusiastic politicians to have him murdered, and Cypress Door Company!
Interest manifested all
week: minus O.Sl Inches Departure by its name, and it should prove of pating. was by partici Insisted that both he and the ex-senator }
from normal rainfall since January 1, killed. Several times duringhis
be
t ; invaluable assistance to the travel- Mr. Charles Phillpsen, representative were to

pluI20.77Iuolu's.J. \V. CRONK, Observer. ing public. Among the, offlceis of of Mr. Goo. W. Scobie, made a clear and talk who Alexander had referred to to some him :PALATKA" F-L.A.,
Iv concise statement of the to woman promised
advantages
the is Mr. C. B. Knott
+ t ti. company be gained by the opening of Banana but now refuses. lie finally succumbedto Opened, October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
who is vice-president,' which Is and did not awaken until
i i.. CHRISTMAS. creek. lIe was followed Attorney Geo. opiates,
sufficient' guarantee that the advantages M. Robbins, Mr. E. L. Brady, Prosecut- shortly before noon. He was later in the One of the Largest and Best 'Equipped Door, Sash BUn
of the East Coast of ing Attorney I/ L. Gaulden, Captain A, day removed to Mr. Call's home and ,
To-morrow we, and the world W. Bute and others. After placed In the care of private physician."
Florida as a winter resort will be a thorough Alexander is well known In and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
# with us, will celebrate the most, im1 Interchange of views as to the most James E.

;1, ; i portant, or'et all events the most well) advertised. tbe prompt and feasible of this means_ to adopt water for East Titusville Coast, and, In fact, all along the And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eltt h

popular, holiday of the Christian opening important years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the
it most resolved
f j calendar ; a holiday dear to the THE fibre road, which at present to way forthwith, was unanimously.. Board of Trade. possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will covti

hearts of young and old, rich and extends two miles towards La- This was accomplished organize, and the follow GAY ST. AUGUSTINE.The Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Flames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, e

poor, when, the natural l goodfellowship Grange-thanks to Mr. Wm. M. ing members enrolled: Ancient Citie has become quite

; generosity and hospitality Brown, who has laid the fibre, for Judge: M. S. Jones, ,attorney-at-'law; gay; already, and many tourists are flock-

,, that is inherent in mankind that distance at his own expense Geo. M. Robblns, attorney-at-Iaw; Wm lag there at present.' This has been a
too
should be continued. While fibreis M. Brown, banker' D. L. Gaulden, at- week of festivities, due mostly to the arrival MIAMI -
I often, alas hidden under an almost tornoy-at-law; E. L. Brady, merchant; of the Torpedo Boat Flotilla-the I + + +
impenetrable cloak of cynical, not the equal of shell as a road E. B. Wager, editor Star; Charles II. SrloBSon, Dupont, Cushing and Porter.

indifference, is brought to light ; material, it has the advantage of Walton, editor ADVOCATK; T. T. Wet- Invitations were sent out to over 100
when being very much cheaper, as the more, ice manufacturer; Jno. M. Dixon, persons, to attend a banquet, and the
our thoughts backward
fly to
i chemist; L. R. Decker; lumber dealer; received at the ADVOCATE office
li the years that have passed and we only expense; attached is that of R. C. Scrltngeour! pineapple and orange one read as follows: Town Lots Now on Sale

live once more in memory throughthe laying it down, and It is certainlya grower; S. W. Carroll, merchant; B. R. "ditor Advocate

Christmas-tides of our child vast improvement upon the heavy Wilson, M. D.; W. R. Knox, alderman;
Find A. Losley, wine merchant Charles You are Invited by the City Council to
sand. The cost would ;
hood, when we vainly endeavored probablynot Informal at the Hotel
attend an banquet
to resist sleep in order to catch exceed $25 a mile, and if those fisheries Phllipsen;, L.general A. Brady superintendent, merchant; Fred of Alcazar, Monday evening, Dec. 20, 1807, A. E. KINGSLEY ,General' Agent For

Santa Claus in the act of filling directly or indirectly interested S. Chaffee, chemist; Archdeacon B. F. at .8:30 o'clock, given by the city of St. ,
to subscribe dollar Brown R. W. Rhodes Augustine to the officers of the Torpedo
our stockings with Those were willing a clothing mer-
presents. Boat Flotilla and the officers of the lilt Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle
chant G. F. Duren
meat merchant
happy days of long .. each, or even less, quite a long ; ;
ago re over U. S. Artillery.
A. W. Bole, supt. of Indian River Steam ..
stretch of fair road could be !
for us now, but we can live through very boat Line; J. G. Bast, manager Indian Beth Canfield, president.

them again in,the" reflected happiness soon made. River hotel. The'banquet came off with great eclat.It CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
of the children who have The Board appointed the following' was under tbe personal managementand

taken our places, and who in turn GROW TOBACCO.Mr. at special once committee ascertain what, with amount Instructions of dredg-to I'' Knott direction, of the of Florida General East Supt.Coast C.Hotel B. all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

Ii will watch the pleasures of succeeding ing would be necessary to make Banana System and Is reported as having been a Fruit and Vegetable Lands onZfcCizLnxi

generations when we have Root. Hanson, formerly of Titus. Creek navigable: Geo-M. Robbins, Chas. brilliant success. It took place in the
passed and Phillpsen, Wm. M. Brown. The com- spacious dining hall of Hotel Alcazar, River mid Bit
away our place on vlllo but now of Carrahelle, Fla., arrived Bay icaylle
mlttle were authorized to receive estimates which is said to have been turned into a
earth knows us no more. In town last Friday afternoon and !@B3r Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers. I
of the cost of dredging, and also veritable fairy palace on this auspicious
left next day, for Canaveral, on a visit to
The Christmas message of "peace to arrange at once for the lease of a occasion; so roach so that our representative
his and who
l: wife family, are stopping Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA!
on earth and gpod-will towards with Capt. and Mrs Wilson. Mr. Kan- suitable steamboat to make regular runs rather regrets he did not accept the ,

as men" appeals to us all ; a message son-who gave our office a pleasant call to the Banana River and Cape Canaveral invitation. _
of love which instils in the heart -said that he could not understandwhy section, subject to the approval of the Covers were laid for over 100 persons,
l Board. A resolution was adopted to the and all present bad a grand time. The
of man the desire to be at one East more Coast.tobacco In Uadsden is not grown along/ the effect that the Board extend to the Indian mayor, General J. M. Schotleld Lieut.J. .

with his fellow, to lay aside all are going Into tobacco raising county on a large they River and Lake Worth Pineapple' C. Fremont, Mr. Harvey Tomlinson, CHAS. N. WELSHANS,

petty spites and fancied grievances, scale, and over 100 acres will be grown Growers' Association an Invitation, Mr. W. MacWilliams\ Mr. Dewhurst,
coupled with a "substantial Induce- Mr. J. N. McGonigle, Mr. A. M. Taylor
and start afresh the under sheds this for which the
over year
rugged ment," hereafter to be agreed upon, to and others made speeches, and the
road of life with his heart softened purchased.lumber-principally It will cost cypress$2 ,ooO-has to shed been locate their distributing point and headquarters guests dispersed to their respective CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER]

and chastened by the fond associations 100 acres, and the results last year were at Titusville. Mr. C. A. Robinson homes about one o'clock a. m. ,

and sweet influences of the so encouraging that the tobacco growersof an extensive pineapple planter of On Tuesday night a grand ball was
'season. Palace and cottage, crowded the above county have little doubt Eden Ridge, who was present as a spectator given at the Casino, and the following Is *# HAIR AND LATH, *#i
but that It will pay handsomely. being called upon for his views on a copy of the invitation received at this
thoroughfare and
lonely cell. the Question of Titusville for a distributing office

will resound with the ringing of point, gave, in his Individual capacity Editor: Advocate -State- ---- Agent -T-.- .-fc TVT.-'-- ,Paints, and, n.-hL.
the Joy.bells, as they spread the FARMERS'INSTITUTE. strong indorsement to the advantages : I
claimed for the Association by said proposed The Committee of Entertainment requests -i Old 'Phone 8. )o( 13 Hogan Street,!
never-to-be-forgotten message, by change of headquarters. the honor of your attendance at
which l is celebrated the coming into On motion of Col. D. L. Gaulden, it the ball to' be given\ the officers of the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
the world of one whose life furnished Editor Advocate'/ : was agreed that the county commissioners Torpedo Flotilla In the Casino, Tuesday

the only example of perfect Why don't the farmers of this county be appealed to by the Board to make evening, December 20th. Present this
manhood the hold an Institute P Now each one works appropriation of the portion of the road card. -With ladles.
world has
ever known. his way as best he may. Such institutesaru funds allotted for the purpose at their
And now, ere we l lay down our held in a number of states and are of January meeting, so that the shell road J. D. CUABll keeps a flnt-clw Saloon. Wines Bicycle Bargains....
pen, we wish our readers the mer- great value to those attending them. i between Titusville and LaGrange may beer, whiskies, brandy] and rum, IUlport"land
riest, best, and happiest Christmas Pennsylvania perhaps takes the lead and be completed during the winter. This ilomentlo cigar, tobacco, and cigarette.
1'rlce of liquor from $2 im to US 00 per gallon.
one that live in their the reports published by the local press meeting marks an epoch In the commer- Prompt attention to telegraph and mall THE ELGIN
may memories are of deep Interest and practical value. cial history of Tltusville that will bring ordora. Terms 'hc : Fla. THE ENVOYIsagoodwbcelJ
for long years to come, as a The meeting could be held In different about prosperous results. To Capt. J. J). CRABB, Agt. Is a good wheel. \
glorious number upon the mile- parts of the county and continue two Chas Phllipsen,'the hustling represen-

atones of life's long Journey. days In session. If a preliminary meeting tative of the Geo. W. Scobie Fish Plant, E.la"ate1i'oar The Is
Bowels With Ciuearats. price right. is !
right
could be held at some central pointIn Is greatly due the successful culmination Candy Cnthnrllc, cure constipation forever. The price
the couritv and' measures taken- tn of the consolidation of the com mer- too,SBo. If C.O.C,fail,druggists refund money. ONLY $20.00. '
organize have no doubt such an institute ONLY f2i1.
PULL TOGETHER. would be a success and of l ..
value to all who would attend, especially great l ........, "* ""...h.r.JI.,w ....,.,_ .

The meeting of citizens that was the newcomers who need instructions as FEE & STEWART. Headquarters ''for Boys' and Girls' Bicycles $20.00 and upward. '
to ...
our methods of farming. I shall be
held last Tuesday night will mark glad to receive suggestions on this point S..A.S:5J:: : RROTI3ERS: ::: : ,
the beginning of a new era in the from the farmers of the county, also as
: 31: :ec WARE
history of Tltusville. Even if the to a time and place for the preliminary Vehicles, Harness, Etc. Repository, Foot' of Laura Street, JACKSONVILLE

project, for the discussion of which meeting.Narrows, Fla., Dec. 21, '07.J. L. ENOS, The most complete stock of General Hardware, Stoves, Furniture, Crockery, -
,the meeting was called, should not Rugs Mattings, etc., to be found South of Jacksonville, and at Popular Prices.
>prove feasible, an important step' Fine line of Enameled and Nickeled Copperware. Full line of Coffins and Caskets. '

Paints. /uyRemit[ cash with order and save the discounts.
ra en t of our condition in the
establishment -
-
MELBOURNE, FLORIDA.
of a Board of Trade. Editor Indian Kivtr .Adrocatf Cleaned .
-i-- Tie aphorism expressed by :Mr. Dyed and Repaired. Also LADIESDMSSES.
Notice Is hereby given that a
Geo. companyof
< M. Robbing, that "a town is
boys from the C'hlldrena Aid Society, We guarantee our dye not to rub off or fade. Prices moderate. Return el-
what its people make it, has been of New York, ages ranging from 14 to 17
too well exemplified in our own years, will arrive at the terminal station, FERTILIZERS press paid on all work received by the Southern Express Co.

eeae. Want of unity, a spirit of Jacksonville, Thursday, Jan. 14th. ...
selfishness) and a sad lack of pub These boys are carefully selected from E. J. COPLESTON, Prop.,
those In training at the society's farm
lic spirit, have prevented anything school, and will be placed In families ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER. 27 Newnan St., West Side, JACKSONVILLE, FM-
like a forward movement. Each (not with bachelors) on the following

has been content to go his own terms: ARMOUR'S VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

'I way, without regard to-the general references.Applicants must furnish satisfactory Specially prepared<< out of the purest materials and recommended to
growers,
good of tbe community; in fact Boys under 15 of If The
years age, not because they are the very highest standard of excellence. Premier Flour of America.
we hardly exaggerate when we lay; legally adopted, are expected to remain
that almost every other citizen until they are 18. They must be treatedas
ap. members of the family, be comfortably For other crops we bafeARMOUR'SORANGE
to be at loggerheads with his
pears clothed, and sent to school accordIng ,
neighbor and we all know the fate to the Educational Laws of the- TREE FERTILIZER. Unexcelled HB Biscuit
x\j
of the "house
divided against State. .ARMOUR'S FRUIT AND VINE.
itself." Whether a Board of Trade Boys over 15 years of age are to be
will treated as members of the family. They ARMOUR'S BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.
remedy the state of affairs
are expected to work for their board the "'
that has existed so long remainsto For lfeffii! B and d
,
first month;after which they shall receive Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can give i n |
be proved but without some In addition to their board, such EQ
such organization nothing of last compensation for their services as shall you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials :

ing good can ever be accomplished. be mutually agreed upon, but In no instance Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analyses, CAti1WBFICi
to be a sum lees than at the rate
The voice of a regularly organized of 'JO a year. prices, etc., furnished on sppl1",ation. We shall appreciate a trial order. Bread >< ; o Pastry.
Board of Trade will be listened to, Those taking the boys are expected to ..,. ,

where that of a few Individuals write to the Society at least once a year, ARMOUR & COMPANY
will be or have the boy do so. .,
disregarded. The future it
.
While tt Is that -,[- ,

before us., tbe past is dead, and the I should meet their preferred boys at Jacksonville applicants, h Jacksonville, "' Fla Represented bj F., I. BURSTS, JACKSONVILLE>3, FU




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III,aek.s tee wbol.food...pan.and. d.llc...... Georgiana.-


house It was. a horse. Vesey Hall sold; not a FERTILIZERS. >tIMV l

Sherman
Singleton shipped 31 crates
of beans, Saturday. .


w.Miss B. Etta aDD Mapes at Melboul'ne.Is visiting her uncle : SPECI ?UL P ? ICES 0i l 4"

'i : Miss Anthony, Mr. and Mrs Owen
: Eva and Nellie and Mr. Hall went to TO
Cocoa, Saturday, shopping.Mr. .

Averil) and wife\ are glad to get N .PiD.sappJ.s I< GrOV\TSrs. 14 '

bAKING hack .again We welcome to their them.sunny southern .


Dr. Capron, wife, sister and his two .4.11 Aro'-1n.d.: JT'ortlllaaor: : r.l i '
POWDER daughters few/days arrived at 1>r. Chambers' a d Price $25.0O. nrDefol'e buying the following Materials be sure and apply to
ago.: They went down to thefthome :
Absolutely! Pure at Lotus, Saturday.Mrs. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money
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'I Black and A. L. Bruner were Moisture................................ ... ....... .. .., ...." .. .. .... Rte in( STEAMED no\E, RAW BONE,
over from Oceanus. He took another A A B III
load of tomato plants, Monday f-I KqinU:::i'to'Siiii, ; t 'of Ammonia.', :.:*..,...:.::...::.":' .::::.:;.:::: :::..*..*., ,20 to to 2ft BLOOD AND BONK, ACID PHOSPHATE,
VOBK. morning.The Available I'b... ,horlo Acid. ,. ,.... ..,......... .. ...... . ... ........... to
.OVU.MU10' FOWDIR CO. NIW Spartan carried 300 boxes K<|nal to Hone rhoiiiliata of Lime............. ............. ...... .. ..... .. it to 1a DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
of ........ .. ........ .. .. ... .... ,
i; tahK30: .. .. .... .. .... .... ....... ..... Ato 1\
oranges and 150 crates of beans the 14th Kqual\ to SitlnhaMof' roUutu...;.. .............. .. ..... ,...... .... ....,,, .tom SULPHATE AMMONIA TOBACCO i
OF STEMS
of December. Dr. Chambers went to MaKnerla, Liune, Soda et.o. ... ....... .. ......... .. .. ......... ..... ....... .n..... M to no E-I
Cocoa that diy and arrived at home that tihi K3T": Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Miami. 12
night at :UO o'clock.Quarterly .
COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. i .'
meeting closed on Monday B3T:: Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low I 0 i
I merry Christmas to the readers of morning. Rev. L. L. Fisher deliveredan H : prices. : 1
link paper. Interesting\ ; and Instructive lecture, : r

I. j. Laws north is of town.lying very ill at his Saturday, Can.night, to, about the Epworth his trip League to Toronto : Please: Correspond with us before boing induced, to buy from Dealers. Send for j I1

once Convention. lIe preached two excellent "
I Fisher, a popular Jacksonville real sermons, Sunday. i Pamphlet. :

le man, Is in the city prospecting.jor LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. i ;

John P. Lovett, our popular Buy lumber and other building material ;: 01
node merchant, spent Sunday with direct from the Builders' Supply

family in the city. Co., St. AUJueUDennd save the lumber-I I ;Sackaors.vill: .. FJ.or1d.a.: I I I.
. J. Davis is now occupying the yard man's commission. I I
lion of F. Flanagan in the groceryof
J. E. Lummus. Lotus Monday\ en route to Thousand r
Banyan. Melbourne. I Islands to shoot ducks and other birds. r
|ig. A. Coswell, foreman of the F. G. G. SPRINGER .
I Ky. yards at this point, left forIsonvlUe OUODB &: OOUDE.-Heal Estate and I/HUIH. Mrs. R. It. Stewart was hero one day .
to attend U. S. Court there Indications are that Xmas will be very Agent( ,for and.dctna Iiniwriul, Gordon Fire Inmiranoe.and Liverpool Special l anciOlobe this week, culling ou friends.

week quiet in this vicinity. attention. paid to the Interests of non nsiUentB. Messrs. Collins\ and Barker, of Brant- Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
car B. Parker won the $100 bicyclee :Mrs J. A. Booth bas presented her ley, were shopping in Lotus Saturday I
raffle at Raulerson's store, last husband with a fine baby girl. last.
This is the second bi- HOTEL CARLETON MELHOURNK, KI.A."
day night. ,
haa won lately. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field are spending Beautifully Hltiiiiunl on a high bluff over.lo..kint The people of Lotus will have an ;
JB be I Christmas Ith their) parents at IndianolaJ. the Indian River Flrat-cliuw" accommodations Xmas tree on Xmas eve. All are Invited I ICE AND 't
Debogory, of Palm Beach, spent ,and)0'rateH. UOBKKTHON notmble., Proprietor. to attend. .
Sunday In the city, and returned to T. Snell was In Banyan on Monday, ,
Quite a party from Pineda were over ,
orders for bean .ft
duties as teacher of the Palm Beach taking crates.
WHEN YOU OO TO MEtBOUHNE call at the Saturday, laying In !Santa Claus for
lie school on Monday morning., Bean pickers are now In demand, as Bazaar, Mrs Chan J. F. Campbell Co.. Mil.linery Christmas.Mrs. .
I. I. :Metcalf, one of West PalmIb'i our growers are beginning to ship. Notions, Dry Oomln, Ladles reaiiy- Distilled Water t
made and woven Underwear, Ferrli' R"nown-I W. A. Ronald and son, Grotjen,
attorneys, was in the city last D. R. Snell was a visitor to this neck ed Corsets,eta, embroidery and made a pleasant call on Mrs Thomas 'I
\ to attend: the hearing before Col. of the woods last. Come souvenir spoons, Stationery,etc i
on Friday again, Green, Saturday evening last. Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. 'i
I Scott, as referee in the case of the ,
win-Williams Co. vs. Kate B. Par- Bob.The The steamer Courtenay Is laid off for ...
| as administrator of the estate of jovial countenance of C. A. Smith, J. K. Lyman, .*f Chicago, U again at a while, to have a new boiler put Inj; the FACTORIES....... ,; '
Parkin. : of Cocoa, was seen. in Banyan one day Hotel Carleton for the winter. steamer Spartan will take her run. Cocoa and West Palm Beach.CELERY it'
I last week. Messrs. J. II. Phillips\ and E. P. Branch ,
I. Jas. M. Jackson and Thos. Town- Mr. Russell and wlfo were In Lotus
lour popular druggist) left on last Your correspondent wishes the ADVOCATE made a business trip south, last week. Tuesday. !Mr. Russell will do some

[day morning's train for Jacksonville a merry Xmas and a prosperousand Miss Helen Valentine, of Tillman, painting/ Dr. Capron' dwelling.
re they were summoned to appearIre happy New Year. was calling\ on friends in town last Beans are being rushed Into market AND CABBAGE PLANT -- J: i.

the United States Court in a suit There was A very enjoyable dance at Saturday every day, as the' market prices areup .-, ;+
bamages, brought by a party who Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hilllard's, Wednesday M. B Groosbeck, of Tltusvlllo, Pa Is and our truckers want to reap the benefit i
I Injured In the railroad collision evening. expected soon, to spend the winter withus. of the high price. .
111 occurred In Miami a year ago last LARGE, STOCKY CKLEUY PLANTS, Dwarf, Golden Heart, Golden Self. I
The hnnters, Messrs. Scott, Jerneganand ; Dr. Capron was called Monday night: Blanching, Giant Pasoliall, White Plume . . . . . .fl: .7/\/ per 100O( .
Porter, returned Saturday last witha :Miss E. J. Lee, of Melbourne Beach, to visit Mrs. J. A. Booth, of Brautley, CABBAGE-Succession:: Surehead, Flat Dutch, Drumhead, Xarly

[lien In want of any kind of building good supply of venison and ducks. has been a guest of Hotel Carleton for this who was very sick, but Is much better at Summer ,. . . . . . . . .,. . . . 2.73' per 100O() ( ) ","
several the week. writing. It
days past Also Snowball.
trial. In car loads or otherwise, tbedora'
Supply Co., at St. Augustine Remember that the INDIAN RIVEH Dr. Geo. W. Holmes, of City Point; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bruner, Mr. P. A. CAULIFLOWER . ... . . . . . . . . .MX' ) per 100OASPA : ,1.,"
I be pleased to make a delivered ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing and Arthur M. Wilson, of Chicago, were Black and Mrs. Bettls, of Ooeanus, oamo RAG RAM-Mammoth, Conover's Colossal', and Palmetto . 4.00 per 1000 t. 1
p at your station. you You have no at short notice. Send them an order the guests: of Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Goode, over Tuesday, and layed In a supply Horse Radish Sets. . . . . . . .. . . . . 1.00 per 100 tV 1 ,:
It's' or middleman's commission to and be convinced that it Is the place to last Friday evening of Santa Claus: and other things
L.
CAMERON Seedsman, ,, .
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have job printing: done.Roseland.. Miss Annie E. Goodo returned home M. L. Fort left Saturday, for Bona- I fk ,
last Thursday, much Improved for her venture, to take charge of tho PORto lce 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. y ;
there We loam the pontolHco at that .lIi ..r.
skillful
live weeks spent under the care .
Enos.w ',
place will bo discontinued after the I j"
of Dr. G. W. Holmes, at City Point

with good prices, prosperity will Mrs. Coggin/ of-' San Francisco, Cal., dles'The Guild entertainment of the Episcopal given Church by the wasa La- holidays Miss Alberta Atwator, who bas boon The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. 3 ;
k Times are generally good when who has been visiting her neice, Mrs. L. big success. The not proceeds from spending some time here with her aunt, j
pne has anything to sell that somey C. Moore, went to Melbourne last Friday the baitaar and supper amounted to over Mrs. Green returned to her home In ,
wants to buy at a fair price. This to visit her sister, Mrs. J. Goode. hundred dollars. Chicago Friday last, owing to the illness iI;
KI the one 33. STJaDIjO w G-ora.'l :B.Sa.na.cr.:
money of her sister Mrs. Green accompaniedher
V. Harris and son, J. Till\ Mr. f
:Mrs.
kins are moving onto the New York and Mrs. J. Williamson, of Micco, The Episcopal Congregational and a* far as Cocoa (LATE CHAPMAN\ & SUDLOW.)
schools will all
other northern markets, with a fair J. Williamson, of New York, M. E. church Sunday wife two and
Dr.
and son, and give the children a Capron daughter: South Jacksonville Florida. ;
join together ,
lee of briskness. G. W. Hays hlpto were visitors In Roseland last Sunday.W. nice feast at the Educational Hall, on sister, arrived In Lotus Saturday last
Yew York last week, .a goodly willspend MANUFACTURER
from Lanslngburgh, N. Y. They OF --
flier of crates. The steamers take M. Hoyt, of Chicago, Is the guestof Christmas Eve. All are invited their first winter in the sunny
pile L. C. Moore. Mr. Uoyt, has traveled Robert Brush of OsAge, Iowa, arrived doctor
and that the south. The reports very rough FERTILIZERS For 'Pineapples Oranges and {
In Florida, says ,
extensively and .
last
[ho could wish for grander weather of the industry for the from the north Saturday, weather from New York to Jacksonville ,
future orange of Hotel Carleton for *
I the Indian River la will be the guest on steamer Comanche.We ,
lying this winter P The country groves now are state Is very bright. some time. Bob Is always a welcome -Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material

Ing on nicely, and on the plantation On Monday, the house-boat Rochester visitor here. beg to call the attention of East ,
Jr. J. I,. Enos, the lemon trees are inIm with about 30 persons on board, paid The The work of staining,: and varnishing Coast and Florlda-in-general merchants Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also f
and have a good supply of young Erclldoune Inn Plantation a visit. the Episcopal church Is almost completed and other renders, of the ADVOCATE to ,
I. while many ripe lemons are yet on oranges there seemed to be latisfactorYIas and It has been well done by the the advt. of John Clark, Son .t Co., The :blame: Ll& :EXa.rd.-Ttzn.OB: ; : 33ranclAmmonia. : :

"*trees. The weather for newly set they purchased quite a that number had and: Messrs. Doney, who are noted for their wholesale and retail dealurs In groceries . ., ... . . .4 to 0 per cont i
Is all that could be desired. paid just twice the price below here.they neat work. and provisions, coal and hay, cigars, Available Phos. Acid.. ,. . ,0 to 8 per cent f lor $2rt.OO Per Ton. "

I encouraging: to get even an occas- paid for fruit at points Last Tuesday evening Dr. DuBose tobacco, liquors, etc., on our 8th page of Potash K 0. . . . .0 to 7 percent ) '., i,
P I decision from a judge on the bench, There are now quite a number of mullet and two charming daughters, the Misses this Issue. This firm Is one of the oldest Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for ;'
Timing the American Constitution. in the Sebastian River; and as tile Susie and Mayj; also Miss Per, of Mount established and most reliable In Jack- Prlcns. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all \ '"
H cane against the proprietor of aPing expert fishermen claim that the stoppingof Eagle: Tenn., arrived in town, and are sonville, who, besides commission doing an extensive builnoss freight: charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices until /,l i
alley\ in Columbus, 0., who had fishing would make no difference In the guests of Hotel Belvlew. All are forwarding and further notice. I'itjettl
| arrested for the violation of an or- the amount of fish, It must be the new glad to see them as usual. carry a very Urge and most select stock I
Ince against giving public exhibitions protective tariff that is responsible for of the goods above mentioned, which t ,
unday. The tried beforee the Increase. The work done on the street lately enables them to attend to any orders .
case
S. J. Swartz who was dismissed theon has added much to the appearance of with which they may be entrusted with '
the ground of the unconstitufuty our town. We have now nearly five every facility and dispatch. We respectfully Fred k. S. Morse i
of the ordinance. The Enquirer Courtenay. miles of shelled streets, and the new bicycle solicit a share of the patronage of xx:
Oallie and Melbourne ,
l: "He based his decision on the road between Eau the pink papers' readers for them.

Dd that the measure waa contrary M. S. Sams has purchased himself a will soon be completed

1 e constitutional provision of a com- new horse. Mr. Hewitt, of Oswego, N. Y., arrived TJJr Subscriber, your attention Is drawn REAZ: ESTATE:
severance of church and state, and Is schools In town last Friday, and will attain: to the namu-and-dnte slip pasted upon ,
ned that anything that is not a Supt. JDIII.. Sams visiting be one of the popular guests ol Hotel your paper or wrapper. If you are In a ?
l e on a week day is not a crime on down the river this week. Carleton: for the season. Ills many Me]. arrears, please remit. :I+1. :%.ATwr-r.: : node Oo.. :Ir'LORIn1f.
lay." This decision sweeps every Chas. T. Harper transacted business bourn friends are always glad to ten blm
fay law in the land out of existence; In the county seat last Saturday.C..O. return each winter. AGENT FOR LANDS OF --. '

I'M e judges the only of true position and'other Some Blyth ha moved his family into Our business houses are gay I, decorated THE JOHNSON LAW CO., -

would do Tennessee the Sam cottage here.J. with palmetto palms, and from Florida East Coast Railway Company, "i )
well to look into this
r. The Sinclair the real estate building of Uoode A: Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company \'
Francis mim
American Sentinel asks D. Sams and Miss Goode files a laage American flag, to Electrical & MechanicalENGINEERS.
I Pointed question: "If this be a visited Cocoa last Saturday.Dr. show that our people know It is the Boston fc Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. '

!f'Is"an country nation, why Is not with citizenship Christl7 G. W. Holmes, of'sbarpes, was merry Xmas-tlde even If we have no ,,-. -- ---.-.-...---- :> f '
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f and synonymous calling In our town laat Saturday morn- snows or cold blasts at this Reason. While :J

> Inch citizenship why may for one salvation.not depend Ing.Mrs. other enjoying places summer are In weather.mid winter, we are The lost Complete Electrical Supply "A Morsel fit for the gods," .
returned home from Y
S. C. Harper ,
Banyan, Monday, after spending several ......HOQS in the State....... I "
Micco. days visiting relatives there. Lotus. "and prices to suit the man 1'

Miss Addle E. Same, and brothers Ernest : 1
merry Christmas to ye alL and Brooks, attended the Indlanola made a business trip to I '
E. W. Provost
!"n noticed, Sunday.Robert Smith, of Grant, and Social report Club a meeting good time.R. last. Friday night. Cocoa )(onda11aat. "Coin Special brand Hams & Breakfast Bacon p, .

Itaburn Otwell was In town Tuesday,
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ff townsfolk still continue to plant S. S. Grant and wife, of Indlanpla; shipping tomatoes. Manufactured by I W W* }
Gad- '
of
Heath
and ,
Jones
rLet the and Messrs. f
good work go on. son, .Ala, were In town a while hut Mr. Hart, of Hartland, was In town Si

IVT'V"' ., this week.expected from Provl- Sunday, calling on the ostriches. the early part of this week. THE G H. HAMMOND COMPANY

Chas. A. Smith, of Cocoa, representing Mr. and Mrs. Blsbee visited Norman- ,
llama and son, Herbert, were Olivett Bros., a commission house In die Wednesday evening.K. .
r g on friends In Roseland Sunday. New York, was In our town last week, Frink wa over Wednesday last, Chicago and So. Omaha. Florida branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Wi.5rancbt of Melbourne, 'was in advising our truckers where to ship after crate material.L. Price on Lard, Canned Meats, Baton, etc, furnUhed on application. t+ ?

g one day this week. on busl- their beans. E. Provost transacted business In -- -.. -- -. v J
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Wednesday last.
Tltusvlllo
FL Dew and Morris, representing Bar" All communications for this paper calling on Dr. PRINTINGOF : .
*Comfort should be addressed "TH* ADVOCATB:, Dr. Chambers was JOE
C T ueaday, Range aDd quite firm,few were sales]la Titusvllle\ \ Ha." This will Insure ImmediAte Capron of this place, Thursday."

nude attention. Master Raburo Otwell and sister) Mis. ALL KINDS
\VUlsmaon.! Willie, were In our burg Saturday ast.C. .

rlt who baa been Yllltingor FIRST-CLASS SHOEM AKUW Creech, of Banysn.wa.. her last iJbeoated a* U.. ; .1
Dh': Wlllianvo Kf-ron TilE JOHNSON LAW CO., .
r e pestsfew week returned and repairing, call on or write J. .A. Wednesday, patronizing our .nureiiaata. I' PRINTING OFFICE. .
y Pectedly] to New York hut Daaghtry. TltaevHle/n' : Shoes) of A party Of bootew passed through J.ckao.v111.: Ha. ADVOCATE
all kind made to order. .

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; > i?i OF. COURSE IT'S. TRUE., T Strawberriescarry I THE :SOUTHERN FUEL & : SUPPLY Company Florida !East Coast Ry'

TbU 1-7.f th. L.m. Rore Md th*
ti P Yoanff Doctor. Tnm .! C-i t>rY-l
J1' "One reads so many' stories about animal better, and larger berries 1 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement .
Road Down
SOUTH ROUND )
Ir4ll j + I intelligence that it would be hazard' l NV4'.rH BOCJ.MD: .Lo.sd. UVhvia. ) _

ClUB for a. doubter toO his disbelief and 4 n .0. u. 0"
raised
expreas larger crops are .... .tm. ...... L......... J... "Drill. ....Ar. e rp; .-1-.0" _
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'I t( IL' t + in almost Buy gathering of men atthe Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick :, l0' .. .. IL>p ..... Ar....... t..A.'Rtlne.L", .ar,.. .... "iT _....
' l) ) + ; present day" remarked Dr. W. W. when treated with ....., 0 .... ... ...... Lr..LAi 1.tiJJ.e.......Ar. 6 2p 7.. ,' M
Watkins liberally 11iu. ..,... ...... ...... :: ......." H..t\":"a. ..... 46n( :::::: ... ''.M
"A :: : '
little instance came I ., 1l ,,,,.. ..... .... ... .... ap ...,. : .. ..''.'M
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Within my own observation) a number Telephone 202. ? 1I SM .... .. ". 42J .... ....
' 11 I of when I 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. .., 11uiM .,. ...... ..... AI'.p.," ............ /.wr .. ......
(' year! ago was studying medicine 46..1.. ...... ..... Ar.1"1 hr :"o..L.,. 81".. .:: .. ,. .....
and which convinced me that the Potash.Heavy J. K. MUNNEULYN General Manager.oxx ..... ...... Lv..ban ...'_......... Sic} .... .. .. : ,. ......
members of horse .. 126Up. ...... ......I.v. ..... ..(,..numu..Ar. 2St ...... ...
; the family at least lob... .. .lJaTlo. ...... .. : .. : ...... '....M..
I e. ought to be credited with the possession ...... I15 ..... ...... : ......: PortOrnnrw. .. : 2O"u." .. : ..... "
of considerable I ...... 196p ...... ...... ..... .......hew um '''''""", : 2111. .... : : .... ''''M
a very quantity of) rea- TaJ.E..o: XxxcaLletntx: :EI.I.'V'er.IKDIAN : ...... ..... .... If ...... ... Onlt I.IJ. ..... .. .....". .... ....'M..
., ; j coning power. It was the custom for applications of the a Trl.p: : ...... .... ...... .........Tlt.nvlll.......... UMn.1 ..... '. ": "
{ the students at the medical institution ? ...... 829p .. ...... 1 ........ Ymat......... 11 alu ...... .. ...... ....'M..
I ttMsI .... .....Cla-.. .. .
...... nit ........ II' ..... ...,.
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( ; f4( .f which I pursued my studies to wear complete fertilizers containingnot ...... to ........ ..ji... "'k.tt ....... .. J OJ.I! ..... ....... .,, '" ...
F small their distinguish .:.::. 4U6p ...... to ...... ........n tiallle.. ....... III/ ,:,, .. ,... ....M
a badge upon coats to .... ... ,..... .. .. ... .. .M
I .. : .,. ''0. .. UII.:.& .::::: :: : ....
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. r ( + thorn from others at the col less than actual Pot- ...... t IS :.........Mlnm"e..... .... to I II I ':\ :..... ....M
,4 10%
lege. A horse belonging to the establishment ...... 46.p :: ..........h..... nIl I...... .... :: 1.1 A.AI....:: : : : ......
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r' 441 .... ... .DHLH..ua. le ,. .. ...
f was used a great deal about ash should be used.Our I ..:.... : .... .. .. ....... t. I" ...... ..".. .. !lA.Ij""" .' .... .. : ii:;
'I the medical department and the animal ...... 608p. ...,. ...... IIIJa!! ..' ..:..... kurt Pine... ..... .. .. II...... ...... ... .
...... lllOp ,.... .... 1\ .n .... ...... laden. ...... ... .. 06 ..... ..: jj;:
c ;, ,f 7 seemed to have a special preference books tell all about the subject. Theyare ...... 6up ...... ...... 6 2ua. to ...........Jen.eu. .... . II S,Y 1.. .. .. .. .. ,,?: Its;
4 for the embryo doctors more than for free to farmer 14ap ,..... ...... O 4u.. to.. ............1 1'"i..I1....... ..: 't/ 9 : a .:.. ....., ........ Ilj
N any .::::. 01'11...... ...... 711s. ...... ', .. to. .u .... ...... .. ill;
) any other people about the establiih- GERMAN KALI RIVER. & BAY BISCAYNE INLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY. ...... T alp ...... ...... Sla" ..'......ii.j.,: ; ..... ilIa: ......... ....... : '!It
ment. WORKS. ...... 184'11..... .. .. saga ......west Jupiter....... BWI' ..,... ...... .. laIj
) 4 VI:, jNa.... St., N.w York.Coavenleat. River A ...... 02p! ...... ...... 1"AJa: .. Nvlnrn a yga:,. ...... ..... n4)
j "One day, while a number of us were Commencing Monday December Uth, the steamers of the Indian ...... 8 lOp ...... ...... 11 UUn'Ar.' ..Wetlt Beaeh.Lv., 7 241\ ..... :::::: :::: IIi'
I' gathered in a little knot upon a small Bay BUcayne Inland Navigation Co., Is appointed to sail an follows: ...... aep ...... ...... 1:1: '6p .... f111I: >n. ... e 4... ...... ..... ....:.:. lost
6 in the rear of the college the Leave Tltusvllle, Monday .. ; :. .J. ". . . . : f' .6:00: p. m. ,...... .811'11...... ...... :Asp "" ....::Sort Laudordais.:: ..... 5(0111Io1. ........."........ f tlato
campus ... ... 2'p( .. .... ...... 4 Imp .. ....Loom.u City... .. ... laIODUp t
} Arrive St. Lucie River . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesday 1111..1. ?.. .. ... ...
) animal in question, which used to nip ; ...... ... ... ..... 4 alp Ar.............li..ml.. .. ..... .LT. _. ..... ..:... ... tkA
1ti'' Leave .. . . . . . :. . .. .. . . . Tuesday ... !
ldf ? the grass in the location came toward Mr. Hooligan-Shnre, 'Ms a moighry Arrive TI tueville, Wednesday . . . . . . : . . ... .8:00: a. m. &I W. RRANCZ T..ln.I!:!, t13:;. 87 std< fiI betwee" Jio4

) the group limping very badly.1 He came convenient arrangement living in wan Leave TI tuavllle,- . . . . . . . . . .9KX: ) a. m. o. A.._ ? N'?. 1 1t. :. :r M"nvlllnamldt.A'tlnaHneJatly H, lwt,. ,
to a stop a dozen or more feet from the apartment, Mrs Finncane. Whoi, whin Arrive Reams, .. . . . . . . . . . .8SM:: ) p. m. pl1.J a evy -;en..T.v.l\l llip II 26p Pi Traindell rotuextent MI""t' sod ran

i4 crowd and, carefully surveying, the lot 01 want to from the Leave Reame, . . . . . . . . . . Uoo: p. m. I Mlp 11 I t.....Irks Hft $ On.Sip'' Trnhl 2 i. IH.twne l Furl piers IIIf
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?rl, of us, finally. made up his mind as to to the sbtndlo go or the dhrawing kituben Oi room Arrive Tltusville, Thursday . . . . . . .. . . 8:00: a. m. IIspit 811p 11 62001. "r'.Orans.. .Oraullo City.Clt,....... LVl I.". U III IUp':, II 82.ip 3.p Miami Trainv dr .r I'."except.rl idwrnhott Alolld". .

i what he wanted to do and without any ;jest Leave TltiiBvllle . . . . . . . . . .6:00: p. m. __ I tin..wu'J', ....uept tluIIW.1. Ass?
hesitation limped directly to my aide, stay where Oi am.-London. Tit-Bits. Arrive St. Lucie River . . . ? /,1. ... .,. Friday ,

{yfti 0'i k'i whinnied, tuck his nose against my Leave" .i . . . . . . . .. . . . Friday The teame.s .

h body and held up his left foreleg. Looking X>a k Pant*. Arrive Tltusvllle, Saturday . . . . . . . . . . .9:00: a. m.
I Making all intermediate landings on signals. Connecting with J., T. & K. e e "B1SCAYNE"L .
i I' : down I discovered a large nail imbedded ( -
W. R'y In both directions
in the of his hoof. This
frog A. W. BUIB, 11
GEO. F. MILKS,
: appointed to perform Serrio follow
as
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had evidently caused the lameness. I t; Gen'l Manager. Sup't.

L then realised the interesting fact that Lea.. MIAMI 10:80: p. m. WednesJars and Satnrdajs. connecting wTh Trtln 5J.Ltaew r

the animal desired attendance. I extracted ; EAT WKdT 6:00: a, m Tn.-t....,.. and FridaysOooneottnf r

the nail with some difficulty, at Miami with Train 7$. followtai moral
and the horse whimpered with relief MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. *

and walked away. Bather curious as to / P. BBOHTrafllo! .V'f 1'1'11. i. D. BAHN1CH: ,

l,' why the beast had picked me out to attend Florida New York ManasK It. A"om.tta., 'I'a' Au't 4i.a. Faar.ober' Aeoa n

to his wound, I glanced/ at the Il f !I ri Philadelphia and Boston.From o i

boys and found the solution to the prob- Brunswick, (via Fort Royal S. C.,) to New York.
lem. Not one of the group; had his med- u
dual badge upon his coat but myself. PASSENGER SERVICE. The Trunk Line
and Cumberland Route Tropical
t Via Fernandina! F. C. &: P. Ry. t
i The horse had recognized the insignia Lv Jacknonvllle. 8.15 a in : Lv. Fernandlna 1.3U p WI; Ar p
BrtmHwIcK 5,80p m. Deify except Sunday.Via .
realized its significance and acted
accordingly. I
Everett, all rail F. C. & P. Ry and. So. Ry. Lv Jackson- ''
r '. "-,!iew Orleans Tilaee-Democrat nvllle ..00 p ml; Ar Itrunewtck 7.3(1( p m. )Dully.. 1'ussengers Jacksonville, 'Tampa & Key West Railwa: e

5 \-Y allowed on board for upper ThuratlayH. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver. U

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AFRAID OF THE HOODOO. PROPOSED SAILINGS SOUTH Tl me Table ID Effect NOT. a7,97. NORT p
.' .. Lr.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 8;3Op. m., (Standard Time.) Lv, Brunswick. No. No. 200 No. 21. :No.23 NO.3'J. No 78. No o

Why the Street Car Conductor Would Mot "'o.J :1: l"'ii Friday Oct.. 15.... ...... ................. RIO ORANDK...... ........ ........,..Friday Oct. 22 :::::::: Local' o r 04 p iii L".JACK80NVlLLE. 78oam 140p nil
th. Friday Out. 22....... ..... .... .... .... ...... COLORADO ... ..,..... ........ ... ....Friday Get 20 ........ Mixed Imp l138a ...... .....Orang. Park........ .... 6 Slam 116pm AI
Fat 1'agcant In Twain.A Uncle solus I Friday Oct. 21)) ..,... ..,... .......... .. .... RIO GKAMDK... .:. ...... .. .. ........Friday, Nov. 5 .... .. MoW'y 118op 0448 ....... .. ... .. ..Peoria...... .......... 64oam. TOOpmTU 1
hearse crossed the track and the Henry ( )-Ob, don'tknow. Friday Nov. 5........ ...... ...... .. ........COLORADO. .... ..-.... .............. ..Friday, Nov. 12 ........ and Frl ...... ..... ....M.KftoU............... .. .. .... .. .......... Thu1201p
They hain't; so warm in Greater Friday, Nov. 12................ .". ........ ,...RIO URANDK!: ..... ... ...... ... .... .. Friday Nov. 19 ...... .. .. ..... 1006a ? ....Green Cove springs. .... ... 6011am 848pm dBost
motoneer put on the brakes so suddenlythat York. I ........ .. ... .. .... .... .... ..... ...,.. w lck. ...... ...... ...... .. ..
the oar nearly stood on its nose. guess we kin go the gait with For general Information, steamers, train, rates, etc, apply to any railroad agent or to ........ 11 III1a 1111. 10 Ma.? .... ..... .Palatka.... .... .... ... IIOOam 600pm'23; oa
them out here in Bwampvllle even if CHAS. DAVIES, Agent 220 W. Hay St.Jacksonville, ........ 1243p 1490 1I16a ,.,......,...S.t.eum.. ..... .......... .28am 534pm Itl4p < Then he sat down on the front seat to duck pants are all the H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent; Brunswick, Ga. ........ 2M. 112010 .... .. .....J'omona... ... .......... .I.am 524.m 111I
await the punning of the long string of .tyle.YeUowKid C. II. MALLORY,General Agent I'ler 20, E. River, and 302: Broadway Y.a4 ........ ; .. .. .. .11 311a .....Cre..centCltyJallctlon....... 8118.m 51opm1235231'p : D
Magazine. .... .... 240. 11 5'4.. .... ... ......88vllle.... .... .... .. 8.0am 466pm 1155400p
carriages following the black draped .... .... 82'Ja 1222a ? ... .,.DeLeon Spring.... .... ... 802am 421pmSir430p i0dl
'vehicle. Mm LaDstl'J'. .... .... 328. 122'1p .............. Glonw ot1.... ...... .... 2Mam .18pm 1011
A fat man who bad been .. .... Slop 8111.12401' ..... ...... ..Bere.ford.............. 2311.m .03pm 18SMp
nearly Rumor baa it that now that Mrs. .. .... Lv.. ........ 846pm...,,.
.. 800. 1259pAr ,
thrown over the front rail by the snd- Langtry baa secured her she ........ 480p.... .... 122OaLV1! } ...... .....DeLand ...... .... {AI' ....... ... 426pm.( ....
i den of the snorted divorce .... .... 020 P .... .... 1408p ....,.. .. .. ..Entel']>l'h.e. ............. ...... ... 122Jem.....
stopping oar angrily iij I will soon marry an Englishman of position .... .... ........ ....... I1l13p Ar .........TITU8VILLE......... L" tl036lm.. ..
"Why don't you cat across? I've got' equal to the task of restoring her to ....... ...... .. ...... ..... ...... ... .Paola........ ....... .. .......... ... '
to catch train. I can't wait here all ........ ,. .... ........ ... .... .....:,8onento......... ..... .. ..... ..
H ber place in society, in order that she ...... .. ....... .... .... 4 20p .. ..... .......1\It. Dora....... ...... .. ......... Illftlm] s.... A
I e day may' introduce her daughter. The girl, S.... .... ... .... .. .. ... 3lIp Ar....... ....Tavare..L" .... ..... .11ooau.. ... d
"Can't help it, boss. You'll have to who bas been .... .... 61Spe445x112UpAr: ........... ..8anford..... ........L".35am 237pm UI
carefully brought
very
whit and oatoh another train. up is now of an age to go into the :::::::: :::::::: .. :::::::::Altamonte? WinterPark Spring.? :::::::::: ::::'
( "Well I'll report you to the com ........ ....... e05a :lOOp...... ....... Orlando .... ......... 11111pm 210rm .....
world and as she has someof her moth .... .... ........ .... ......KlsMmmee. ......... .... .. ..
pany. That procession will take five er's beauty and will probably be quitean ....... ........ Ar........ ... Narlow ... ... .. ...., Wl 1
minutes in passing us." heiress her 'I........ .... .. 830a 42Op........ +. .. .Lakeland ... ... ...... -018pm 1222lm.. "
possible marriage is becoming ........ ........ 102lla .lIOp .............. .Bartow...... .... .. t81101m T46am... |eb
r "Report away.' I can't help it if the an Important question.-San ...... .. .. 2 SIp Ar..Punt. Gorda..... ...L" t22 pm ..... "Iidi
procession takes '90 minutes Youcouldn't Francisco Argonaut. ........ .:..: .911II. IJ 2ftp Ar....... .... Tampa..... ........L" 740pin ii 15am ....... |
........ ... ...: .... ..Tampa Bay Hotel. ...... .. I
hire me to run this car across .. ...... ... .... 1086a 6 flOp Ar.. ........ Port Tamp.... .......L" T0opmj1036amMon Tb
that funeral procession for the best ;Job Queer Conduct of m Kentucky Tree. ........ and Rat. 10 09p ".... ....... ......,... 2 30 p m Thun.and, 85 "1o
cyrtiop ....... Tiles ad Frld.y. 3 OOp Ar..KeyWe..t..L" 930pm Wed.and5u
on the line. That's the worst hoodoo a There is a very remarkable tree in .I.. ... Wed and Sat. aOosAr. .. .. .......Havana..Lv 1230 P m Wed.snd8d. i
nan could run up against. Mrs. Elizabeth Porter's front yard at '_ NOG anai
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the Dally. t Daily except Sunday.
"Bah! said fat man. her borne in the suburban part of town.
Trains SI and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
"All right, boss I know what I'm It is an old locust tree, and in the driestof Indian River steamer (new line) leave Tltusvllle Mondays. and Thursdays at 6:00: P m., ore

talking about. One of the best men on weather a continued shower of mist ; : t Cocoa Indian, Rockledge River. Returning, Eau Gallie arrive Melbourne at Tltusvllle Stuart niursday(St. Lucie and River Saturday) and connects intermediate with jJOlDU' T,J r'l

this line crossed a funeral procession or Taper can be seen coming from its W. train for Jacksonville and Tamp ,__
soon after the trolley system was put branches. A shower can be had beneath Train 23, leaving. Jacksonville dally at 9:12. m., arrives at Hawthorne at 12:19: Gal:1I 7n't
1:20. Ooala 2 MO p. eesburg 8:M, Brooksvllle II:fII p. m. Train leaving J ck>o"'lll"r il
to. A live wire dropped on the back of its foliage at any hour day or night- arrives" Oakland 3:43: a.m., Laconnbee 6:40: p. m., Tarpon Springs 1IIlI:! p. m., life'ID
his nock and electrocuted him before Glasgow Republican.Kev. )! m., 8t. Petersburg: 10:30 a. m., daily except: Sunday "W
O. D. ACKERLY
W. B. COFFIN, ,
be'd block. A little while later raaeeursrA
gone a / General Superintendent. General i
III another poor fellow out across back of U. B. Snodgrass is a minister (4W- =--

a hearse. He ran over) three children in whose home U at Monterey, CaL. and ( A a9( I ThOOp

aa many weeks. He quit the road as who finds a profitable business in performing -

crazy aa a loon. Now the conductor on) marriages at sea. He has always HOME SEEKERS et

that same car has lost every cent be ready. a boat, in which he can h1f

bad in the world, and his wife and take couples beyond the three mile line, SAFETY 1 COMFORT QUICK TIME !1- LOW RATES stetThr

child have dt d. Bab, yourself! I'd like where they can be married without license

to see you get off. this oar and walk or restriction of law. Finest Cnlsln and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. Who Home in t Ito

across in front of) one of those carriages. Charles Henry James Taylor the The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers l"Comancne" are Seeking a tat

.I'll bet you'd be catohin your last trainin well known colored man who has taken SIR

this world pretty quick. Jest.hop off up his residence in Baltimore has ;just (new), "Algonquin," Iroquois," Cherokee," "Semlnole." South should send to the undersign
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and try it now. been admitted to practice in the an "l

But the fat man only shifted uneasily preme court in that city. He bas declined North-Bound,. that

about ou the hard oar seat and waited the deanship of the Morris- Steamers area (minted to gall according to the tlle. for a of the tier
From J JACKSONVILLE ( Tue.da'sand Thursdays. copy ,
silently until the last carriage bad FLA.--------- dundays :
Brown Law school of Atlanta, which From CIL'RLE8'rON. tI. Monday.. wlltlneaday. and Fridays r Thto
passed.-New York Telegram. was recently offered to him. For hour of mailing.oe "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jaoklonvllle .1Ic1 Charleston dally papers.

How Bees Bmbal'm. SouthBound.Steamers Florida East Coast Homeseelc toOl
Age is .a matter of feeling not of ere
Bees, Horbis, can embalm as are appointed to eail. from Pier 29, East River, New York st 3 m. as follows l sFor
say
years.-George William Curtis CHARLESTON, Monday.'Wedneeday. and Fridays. me.
successfully' aa oonld the ancient Egyp- For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. The
tians. It often happens in damp weather IUIJ ales

that a slug or snail will enter a bee Everybody Says So. Clyde New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.) We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking Tobacco Crowing | dl

hive. This ia, of course to the unprotected Concnrets Candy Cuthurtlc the most wonderful (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Winter and Summer Home Climate the healthiest. in the United States

dug a case of sudden death. The modlcul illwuxervof the age, pleasant STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"are Apply to a
bees fall upon him and sting him to and ,refrHBlnnir. to the taste, art gently appointed to sail as follows I iFrom .
death at once. But what to do with the aullo.ltvt'ly, on kldneya! liver und bowels, foot of Hogan street Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf Boston Commissioner "Ptneh
cluauiliiif the entire eyed-ui, dispel colds, THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land
carcass becomes vital question. If left cure headache, fever habitual constipation
where it ia, it will breed .a regular and blllonaneRs. Please buy and try a box: FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, "w,
pestilence. Now comes in the cleverness of U. C. U. today; l0. !2..! M)cents. Hold and felt
of the insects They set to work guaranteed to euro by all druggists.WANTED St. Johns River Line. ST. AUGUSTINEFMANIER &Drtilth

and cover it with wax, and there you. ,
(DE BART LINE)
may sue it lying embalmed ;just as the ackeonvllle, Falatka, Sanford,Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
FAITHFUL MEN: OR
nations of old embalmed their dead. Thoat
When it is a snail that ill the intruder to travel for responsible -The elegant Sldewheel Steamer CCol C
MUSIC
established house in Florida. & LANE
be is, of course, impenetrable to their $780 and expenses. Poult Ion permanent. Salary "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," : lied he
sting so ''they calmly' cement his shell Reference. Enclose self-addressed CAPT. W. A. SHAW.

with wax to the bottom of the hive- tamped envelope. The National, Star I. appointed to..U.. follows Will

imprisonment for life with no hope of Insurance Bldg., Chicago Leaves Jacksonville. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thnrsdays at 8.30 p. m. tohe
"IaTIIeA.t I Leaves Sanford Monday., Wednesdays and Friday. at !t.00... m.

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Road dOWD. Road up. Fra
Fischer
teen 8.30 p. m. .... ................. .... J..kllOn.Ule.. ............ .... .. .... Arrive 1.00.. m. oYer Kingsbury,
CANDY .. 8.411 p. m. .... ........ ...............Palatka... .... ........ .... .:...... Lea" 8.00 1'. m. ,
.. 8.00 .. m. .............. ....... Astor.. ................ ........... :lJIf m.
.. 4,31) a. m. ...... ....._............St Francl............. .............. 1.00 p.. m.
CATHARTIC 'S .. m. ..., ........ ......... .. Bereeford. .. ............ .......... 11.30.. m. PIANOS.CHICAGO
oo ..o0 ... m.. ............ .. .......Blue Spring s........................... 11.00.. m. _
Arrive 8J1f a. m.. ....... ...:.,.......... ...8aDOl'd................. .......... a II 00.. m. I
oo 11.211 .. m. .... ...... ..............:.Enterprl.. ........................ .. IIJIf s. m.

CenM Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. COTTAGE ORGANS.."



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LjQHTSHE'D MAKE SURE WHEN MARIA JANE IS
MAYOR t
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y. Hd 11.-01 TIaP"7.. ... Sae.he When ohair Marta Jaas'. sleeted to the mayoralty Fischer's Cottage. :>FLOT: __ i

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Moaolee.
...... They; w. There'U be .
many wrongs" -- ---
girl who has recently become in- cow apparent th.r. corrected that are Pa,1D1 Stroot, Tltxiisvlllo: J M.a. ::1'
- theosophy was enjoying her- The .ld.alIuI will h. carpeted. the Centrally located !: 9 (:i
.Md immensely in endeavoring in the'' swept thetas a day street log water. between both depots Airy rooms, good table, pure drink- flg! ...NEW YORK... .:
The
ted way, of course, to alleys be as fragrant se 1I1'11da' ot II.,... Rates: 1.00: day : & 3
-. Lt' dlsinteIe mown hay. per ; special rates by the week or month. a iii -- -!

.......-- i't a chance acquaintance to her What with" parttea and CUR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. 'arjfh! P"II E.:a pR ?y0i.eo sCTHE to f
and receptions
.... L and the long hard and ooca e4,7 .
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views .Ionally a ball 4.: :
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.... words rolled off her nimble !There will be a tr -- -- h U.n. .!'! ... -- : 5 ,' I
India tol'tDatlon 1. ;
around "'l ,
the J. G. BAST. ..
'' :-illl.
.. to city ball II "" Col
.... Lae in the manner peculiar an en- I a J
...... And each ward In the :tol!! .. ;- :; a
city will be .
...... Kiastio student. then' represented :IN'RIA1V': : EI-vEJ:: : :aO Er: B -:;/ .. cty .. n
.... l-The Inminiferous ether, she was By lovely .... illllftliKfilii .a.. .
alderworaen. and : : :>
.. not horrid
........ !u0 interestedly as the pale young muzit alder : .! :.. tI:
....- I the car closed the book t .., .
.. across When Maria !!! .. ..
.... Jane U mOTnone: but TITUSVILLE : ; .
.. ladiea .
Eoh been thoughtfully study- ,
.... she had will of oourne, ad .. :I
.....-. land fell to listening to the scraps Be appolntud member ot the city poll"> tort', Indian S.s'I: ;; r: i 't C51
River.
...... which surrounded her And In their bloomer uniform } ii
..._ loonversatiou I they'll look w z.j:3; j''S
1....- I really[] nothing more or less than a The gang very sweet to be arrested will { Fla. =."ii 1II .
.. consider
... it a E!
I nsyehioiil mirror. Everything we treat.The ,4 x. .. !s .. I
I::::: I. ever done from the beginning of stores will 'be J. G. HAST, I---!I h. :! q- II S
compelled
to have i
- a terrain '
shall rl su
everything we ale each a
Msnvantara.
11 day
<4 -
MANAGER 1
reach the And for wrsorwesorrotAxo.3uo"E3"w Pi miieu ans. !. of!
Iii until we once more repose chewing gum and soda you will not : .r: !
' ; Devaobanio plane, Is reflected in be aukexl to pay. coca 1::8 tAttta1101t'U'ueutalto I p Att oil .J
aq he Oh, great reforms will be projected, all the Open All The Year. ... taws, "
, :atI I Akasaio radiance, and"- wrongs" will be corrected, f::.,:;. !9aa'-::; "a xvrlcelawm i IIIarDAAIIDe .,.. 9 ,,.
the When arateouN ..
I it this point pale young woman Maria Jttne' elected to the mayoralty "'a. "a I. .'" "
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= chair) j"
1 Lg the car leaned over and touchedspeaker's
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n William West In rams Only a few minutes' 1t'a.: .
arm. Chicago Record : .. I ,
I : r :loin!:..' WIe xrmiww nn
walk
,10 ['Pardon my Interruption and the from Railway stations M + k i
1111liIIII she DOCTORS SUICIDE and Steamboat land- oar e-ac.8! lam !!:! II
' niDg impertinence, murmured AND n volt a tt esu, R'' ings. -... "" .., 3 S
the impromptu lecturer, "" S

-114 logbt tly,to as an unwilling stop in the fullof Statistic Show a Peculiar Bond of Sym- IjCT far-famed On the Indian banks River.of theKTO ...;..I"... ':! !e!cn. ions M00lRATE faARatam .a i a
)tot glared at her pathy Between the Two. ... = t.! !i i 100 ro. 1
her eloquence __ ___ -a
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During the :I ...
Jon tthfnlly, "but would you mind say last three years, says The ..... -- .
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IT those words you just; used over Medical and Surgical! Reporter of Phil- ROCKLEDGE Gem of the Indian RiYer7New ;'Of .. -_r...
' 11I4 inP"'Wbat? adelphia, nearly one-fiftieth of all ..5 _-- ., ... :
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"cry, words?" inquired the theoso- deaths among physicians have been by RockledRe Hotel will open Saturday, December 11. llome-llke and 'i>. 3 m '?

- slightly mollified by the implied suicide. This is a conservative estimate, tractive. Fine shell roads horses to drive at- .
et ; ; rowboats for fishing! fine Daimler ---- -- -- .. .. ...
Dpliment to her superior knowledge. aa many instances of death are_ attribnt_n_______ launch; all connected with hotel; excursions to all points of Intercut/ ; These and --- -- -- ----- :

uvantara, do you mean, or was it ed to accidental overdosing, as the tend other attractions make more variety than Is often found in one place. Rates *:2.51 tJ "
Mohan Oh. I suppose yon mean ency is always to bash up a suicide to $::1. :Special weekly rates until January Iv. Correspondence solicited. Send FLORIDA !

aaaiol Well that's a Hindu or East whenever possible. But without includIng for circulars. n. 1>. SHAKES, Proprietor. t i.

Nan,or Brahmin word, I'm not quite snob oases, the fact remains that

e which, and it; means-oh, light, the medical profession is more prone to :
[radiance, or something like that any- suicide than any other. These statistics NOWWHITE'S OPEN. East Coast Hotel System

y. Are you interested in theosophyf"hastened may be explained: : by the development -

I to add, anxious: to cover of morbid fancies in the mind of a doc- COTTAGE Fla Y
Rockledge
lack of definite knowledge as to the tor on account of his constant association A

ItM Inning of the word under discussion,' with the sick and dying or of an Pleasantly located near the largo hotels. Large airy" f
rooms. Good Table. '
fcr if yon are"- actual indifference to death, or because Puro filtered rain water. Terms, $1.60 per day; $7 to 10 per week.J. And Other East Coast Hotels i
f I'm not, thank you, interrupted the he has the requisite knowledge of howto id
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die conveniently and J. WHITE, Propilotor.
Dgbtfnl young woman more sweetly painlessly. .
Poisoning is favorite -----T----- -- -- -- ---- Reached only by
apologetically "but I couldn'tDp a method, but -- ------- -- -

hearing those words, and theyde it does not appear from statistics that .
the cyanides or morphine have the The Florida Kant Coast Hallway from Jacksonville to Miami. ,
Iva me anxious.: I'm just beginning preference
| study anatomy you know and I which would exist if epicurean ililtixltllllltlttllli Hotel Indian River The Miami & Key West Htramiihlp Line from Miami to Key West

ught you were talking about some philosophy were carried into the choice lt. 1 rarlorcnr bullet service now running.

r muscles, and as I'm going to have of drugs. At; the same time, physicians For Schedule BOO page 0. )

examination tomorrow I usually put their knowledge drugs to
( private
Rockledge Fla. NO"'OV PIDN'>> ::
to ioght I'd Just ask yon' and make a practical execution in selecting a poison ;

If for suicide. Bat if the mere knowledge Key West--"oTEL KEY WEST, '.all.I"l'w"rtll..alwI.kl't .. u
nIu i But the new convert to theosophy of the painlessness! of death by certain std o''IIIIIRml"l r"14I8.
Leon II. Ctlley, Manager
means is not a factorin i
determining
i not listening, and the acquaintance
o)had been delivered from a disserta- leading so many physicians to suicide MiamiIIOTELBISCAYNE, oommorolal W andnpwardtspecial, | .. weekly and

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', subject of conversation.icago .- is largely a matter of insane St. Augustine__noTELALCAZAR. 3Mi& Z?Ye8,

III'i' : Times-Herald. impulse, and such an impulse can oftenbe p,,
''lit ascertained even in the case of those Best Fishing and Duck Shooting In the South. Tennis, Pool, Billiards. BowlIng CASINO SWIMMING POOL, A.M.TAYLOR Manager i iopmN'XN'Gs.
'31 and Boating. Rates, $3.<))0 per day and upwards.
who have long been indifferent; to life
.. THE CAR ROLLED ON. and have contemplated suicide. If a Correspondence solicited. Address, S .'t.? ,

J. C. S. T1MBEKLAKE, Kocklcdge, Fla.Nevins' e ,
man must put on his hat and overcoat,
I Ha Wa. Still a Nickel Ahead of the MiamiROYAL PALM, Open January 12th. I
Woman IB BUwk. walk to a drug store and tax his ingenuity -
for a lie with which to explain his t
|A red faced woman in a black gown ROYAL i '
POINCIANA
desire for poison, he may postpone the aiV'erV'ie' Palm Beach-- open January mil.
. d black bonnet aboard Eud
" a ; came a I '
fatal act from mere inertia, or he a.
may
I avenue oar last Monday and seated PALM BEACH INN, Open, December 20th.
meet a friend or have his interest;in life
self> next; to a man whose fabe MERRITT FLORIDA
young ON INDIAN RIVER.On '
aroused by one of a multitude of every- Ormond'r
i concealed behind a Plain Dealer. ,
|When the conductor came around, day occurrences or physical exercise may high pine land. Health, Comfort and Sport. No better Hunting and
ring him to his senses. If, aa is the 1.
e handed him a ticket. case with almost every doctor he has Fishing In Florida. St. AugUStine-r De LEON, Open January 10th.Mnggn .
I"Not good on this line, ma'am," he

lid and handed it back. imply across to his feel office in to his get pocket a deadly] or poison walk, Open from December to May. 1(. B. MA II ON. ij__Florlda-Biiliamas'HtenroHhlp Line, beginning January 17th. ,, ,J

. (The woman in black a sniff."That's .
gave
,.uL.uL too bad." she said. "Ied the impulse may be carried into execution MIAMI TO NASSAU.: New Steamship MIAMI.
before anything can happen to supplant I it was just as good on this line HOTEL Send) to the General Ofllcos St. Augustine for souvenir folders
it; in the brain. COQUINA ORMOND-DY-TJlE-SEA, FLA. of the East Const. t
|any other. The conductor told me itpi ,
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. And I'm sure I haven't; got; any C. II. KNOTT, ;' ;
n.II kite A Professional Bird Catcher. Open for Winter Season of LAOS, Dec. 15th. Fine surf bathing and I
change. I'm goin out to my daugh- fishing General Superlntou\iont Florida! Eiist Coast Hotel System.
f't house. She's sent for me. She's Berlin pays a salary to a professionalbird Wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. 1 '

.. 17 r tick and HO anxious to see me. In't catcher, who keeps scientific and
know what I'll do." And she educational Institutions supplied with SEISER & VINING, Proprietors.23OTEI .

9 lifted again. birds> birds' nests and eggs, and he is '(
HOTEL
["Well," said the conductor coolly, the only man in the empire permitted to ALGONQUIN
I ::: : CON'OI IrY ,
'm lorry) of course, but; no pay no do re.The ,
e." And he reached for the bell. 1(. W. EATMAN, Proprietor,
train of the dress worn by Catherine -
|The MIAMI. FLORIDA.
woman in black looked at; the
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.New .
de'Medici on her marriage in 1688 : ,

let eeg her man with the newspaper. He with Henri, second son of Frauds I, Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park one furniture anil VUtureii throughout. t

ga2l"Madam ". king of France, measured no less than block from Hotel Royal Palm commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay Rates Electric!: bells In every room. Fronting; the Old
1 he said, "I'll buy your $2: and rates by week or montk. i?
day upward. Special
in and carried by per r
] The ten pairs of pages.WANTEDFAITHFUL with One ocean view All white help. Rate ;
4 !
[ woman hesitated and, the
conotor -
11.00 and .
t per day upward. Hpeclal weekly rate
r smiled and furtively' winked, : at Sample' room.Travelers' .

Ifat' man in the rear teak The ex- MEN OR Seminole Hotel *! t i

Inge was made and the conductor ._
I responsible ---- --- -- -- --- i4
1 along. established house in Florida. Salary .
1 hoped," said the young man, $780( and expenses. Position perman OPEN ALL THE YEAR
|that your unfortunate daughter washer ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed Hotel. "
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WEST PALM BEACH J FLORIDA. t
by this time." stamped envelope.? The National, Star \ *

[The woman in black darted a venom Insurance Bldg./ Chicago. This hotel is substantially built of brick, aud bar every convenience. Close to jjI

look at him. the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel Bay Street. Jacksonville Fla. M ;
I [."Oh, ,es," he said, "we have met with fishing tackle on board for the use of gueits. Rates, from $:.1.00 per day andupwards
I o and yon are still a nickel ahead SOUTHRRNERS..IerVISITING ; special rates by the week or month. This hotel Is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated"i '
rme." GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. throughout.Bus 1.
NEW YORK CITY will
I Then he went back to his Plain reasonable meets all Trains, and Electric Car pass door. Bath rooms and all
"er.'. find good accommodations, at
and the oar rolled on.-Cleve1 Conveniences on every floor. W
1 Plain Dealer.A prices, at 74 Clinton Place. PALMETTO HOUSE ,
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One door from Fifth Avenue and closeto OI'EN ALL THE YEAR. fig '

Refer Washington' to editor of square.this paper.Very central. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Rates:-American Plan, I'-:to tl.: O; European, SOo to '!1. Special by the week. '

"Prince DlMentln Opinion. Is now open for the winter season Situated on the banks of the Halifax Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.
Constantino didn't; show River. Fine hunting and fishing locality.

ch ability.W ." The Swannanoa. Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate. .
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H. I don't; know. When he had LEON DESPLAND, Prop.
'retreat, he knew enough to start ear- a
ASHEVILLE N. C.
and avoid the rush."-Mew York The Inn Fla. I

ruth.TholUlUI. THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, Holly Daytona, ,;

there is no better conducted hotel in
[' Whiffen has recovered fromattack Asheville. The popularity of The Swan

: of typhoid fever and has nanoa Is due to its unique location, Its Located on the beautiful Hall/a*.
lIed for Europe, to be gone until Sep- home-like atmosphere the excellence of

her'. Its cuisine and its very moderate prices. The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any In the city.
William $2.00 day. Liberal weekly rates.
H. Crane be seen al- per
may
'Illy day enjoying life on his swift R R. BAWLS, O. now ES, # ;g

n yacht the Senator between Bos- Central on street car line. Prop. i a't'
1 and Proprietor
Cohasset. .
ABBEVILLE, N. C.

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BUCKINGHAM
I Wide verandasthepictu que lawns Uome-like ,
aDd comlortable.; Rates mod<
NOW OPEN. GEO. C. OWE, Proprietor. On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA. ,
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Large, airy and .ll-furDl.hed rooms, with modern conveniences, electric
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lights, bells, etc.
S hotel :Plaoido Opened e -1894 Plenty of shade outside hotel makes It a delightful place for' children. .

Jaaaary, RATES '2.110 to 3.00 per day; 111.00 to 118.00 per week.
ORUONO.
HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE' n.oBJD. THE OIUlOJl'JoJI'-TU&o' .&u,.&s. Engage: year rooms' ) at one*. .....

1o the bck er < Ute city oa M dividingubrnf| ...*.. and ",..t811perio Accommodation tot 300 guest Bate, $3 per day and upwards.: Address, ;
CBI BS'.I Everything entirely news :l '" tbroubout. Open oa Jan. 8th. .8YDXEY: HAIQU Prop., ,

"Il'd .. I'' hM an l Servieo. Bus rat all tnI.... term .:iM per Propriet day. aDdSpecial ..DUIOX" FBIC, K....... Seabreeae. TU.
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S INDIAN: .RIVER ADVOCATE, ,DECEMBER 24, Io97.SPancy .. .... ., ,__u_

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';, I To Car Con.tlpmtlon "or.".?. J. p. LOVKTT.
Collet South. here to spend Christmas with her parents 8 w.
lOo ISO. tell
Cuthartlo. or
Mr. and :Mrs. D. S.,Bryant.Mr. II Take U c.c..oaret.O.fall*o euro Candy.Jrugiclnts refund money. __LOOV-E'r'E: & CARRpIae : :

A large number of our Northern and) Mrs. T.tA. Sml1la"arrlved last (Successor to Duren Ss Feaster) *

subscribers have arrived on the East week, and are preparing their houseboatfor Reading notice ads. on this page
Coast, and many more have written us cruising on Indian ltIver,-, line week. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
are live cents per per All ft
to sty that they will soon be In the Landof ,
Judge Milton Bryant of DeLand, accompanied -
Flowers and sunshine; while others by his wife and little son, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage SoilJ,
are writing Us for all kinds of literature order for any ;
spent Sunday here, visiting his father, [Send the ADVOCATE an *
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in connection with the East Coast. D. S. Bryant. job piintlflg you need.) FLOnIDA
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Mrs; I. G. Gilbert and Miss Grace
.& Suck- ChrUtma. Tree.. Gilbert returned last from
Slips
Pineapple Saturday, se.A.cZGroceries
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r their summers' visit to their former' ROBBINS & GRAHAM Ftr._
for Sale.. '
'i) t ers St. Gabriel's Episcopal Sunday school home in Dayton, O.
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.+;d Abbakas, Egyptian Queen Golden will\ have their! Christmas tree In the An entertainment in aid of the chil Grain Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries i

p !+ ejgneen, Porto Uloo. Smooth Cayenne and church this evening (Xmas Eve! ) at 7 dren's Christmas tree was given at Hotel U-.La.: -"" ;:y ors... And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, hay Bran, Cotton Seed I I
I Bed Spanish. Apply to o'clock. A cordial Invitation extended Granada last Tuesday evening;, which Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian ,River dealing exciallGr i, M.,
MADDOCK & MATTIIAMS, to everybody.The was greatly enjoyed,by those i
'i piesent. AND the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit
+ '' "I'alm Beach Pinery," Methodist Christmas tree will\ beheld WILL PRACTICE IN STATE 1
.. i,, West Palm Beach, Fla; to-morrow' (Christmas,) night, 81"0 l Episcopal services were held at the COURTS. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRQ., lituavM! ,
t ntl that of the Presbyterian church, at 6JJ.:; Casino, last Sunday, Archdeacon Brown UNITED STATES
x The Baptists bad their tree last night, officiating. It Is expected that the new
Fancy, Pineapple) Plants. and It was largely attended. church edifice will be ready for services =
:1 'IiE: : :IN:3UCE.: :
The Baptist (colored) tree and exercises next Sunday. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor ...

Hardy, vigorous, grown without shel- take place to-night, (Xmas Eve).. The bicycle path between town >E'rotct; ; Your, Trope
+' tier smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka our Lands In Breiard and Dade
1 1 d Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. and Melbourne will\ be very much appre- BY INSURING IN The "(/ld Hartford," Fireman's Fund, Providence
junu .. K. O. B. TYNDALT, The Torpedo Boat. ciated. It will be finished this week, so Counties. logton, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company.' All well known as the stronllUl W
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Waveland, Fla. -, we may look for a .bicycle parade on safest companies in America. GEO. B. RUMPH, JR.,
1 i % These boats-the Ericsson, Porter Christmas Day. Agent for East Coast
Dupont and Cushing-have been visited{ H.; Titusville
R. Olmstead and Eugene Brainerd ,
r I qr ,' ; Smooth, : :'Cayenne Pineapple,. by large numbers of people atSt. Augus- have formed a partnership In the grocery We have a large List Florid

rl Suokers for Sale. tine this week, while their officers have business, and will be located in the
1 I been treated right' royally by the Ancient building formerly occupied by W. K. of Lands owned by G. CARY-ELWES

t' '>i have 25,000 to 60,000 Smooth Caywane ClUe residents, who,among other things, Tombes, which Is being enlarged and ,
Il pineapple suckers for sale; all gave a banquet and ball In their honor.It refitted for the new;firm' ourselves and clients.
kw borne grown,, and''strictly first class; was quite a novel spectacle to see FIRE & LIFE'INSURANCE
M 4100 per 1000-cheaper than any other those queer-looking torpedo vessels glidIng The steamer Courtney left for West Price for unimprovedlands
_liable firm will sell. through the,water. Palm Beach last Monday morning, where
the Liverpool & London & Globe'IDsura.nce''
fi GEO. It. WRIGHT,' she will go on tho ways for repairs. Mr. $3 to $100 1 Representing Company, and
Orlando. Fla. and Mrs. Geo. A. Gilbert, of St., Angus- Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.
A. Dally; Hervloe.ST. tine; Mrs. McIntyre ,_and Mrs. _Payne per acre.
e I.t went along as guests of Capt. McIntyre, rr-:. Your Business' ,Solicited.
I !Sail Making. AuousTrNE, Dec. :21, '07. and will no doubt enjoy a. very pleasant TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
trip. WE have a few Residence, Orange
t,' Editor! Indian River Advocate! :
and the
') t .walls and do (rut-clans work below Chicago For Information of yourself
Give me a trial. readers of your paper, I take pleasure In locations. Prices Reasonable. Lesley & Motlow
prices.
Address! II. BJCKBKB, sallmaker, advising that, commencing Sunday, East Coast Meat Market ,
Tltusvllle, Fla. Dec. 26, 1897 the passenger train service -
on the Florkia East Coast R'jr will be i TITUSVILLE (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
/
dally. Yours truly, OFFICES;
and MIAMI.,
Pineapple-Land., I J.Traffic P. BKCkWITH Manager., '. O. F DUREN,' Agent. 1 Foreign and ,Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and

r.. i For sale, even acres of pineapple land CD: p: Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout
in the heart; of' the St. Lucle River pine y .
apple district. River front; one acre FOR PURE PORT, CATAWBA, ICI.o A First-class: Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tab
I pines, and one year of attention Blackberry, Sherry Claret and Sacramental s. :
bearing MILLINERY.11and Family\ and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to
of Wine, send to J.D.Crabb, agt.,
free.: For further particulars inquire
order Cash must aCl'OmpaDyyour order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW,
Titusville,
W. W. LUCK, Cocoa, Fla.
Rio San Lucie, Fla.' _- weD

,To Lovers of Good Wines. DRESSMAKING.
LI :TJstl: DECEER.:
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I ,Ouuruntce :13 per cent Interest. ... ..
If you wish to give a Christmas or btom.
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"Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian New Year's present that will\ cheer the .. y. -]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::[_
heart of your friend, send your orders va C
'
and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artoratan
+ wells, 100 nice orange trees, 14,000 for wines, etc., to John B. Tognl, East Titusville Florida.

-'fast"'pineapple plants, shipped over 200 crates the Bay most St., Jacksonville.reliable houses This In the la one state.of X CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMB
'season Japan -
; guavas mangoes persimmons
and other fruits on place. Price Major Tognl la known near and far as a
>
"I. OO. Address B, ADVOCATE office. keeper of good wines and liquors. If 1 DOx oeua ca. az: .c1. 3Ef.o-ia.Kla.
Tltusvllle Fla. you sample some of his stock-especially Scott's-----

his 20-year-old whiskey-you can dependon Also Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick Lime Ce
leaving your order with. him.' ,

e.Carbo -'Dlget"e$ Compound.. and Crates of All Descriptions.

Globe (Gas Engines On a Crnlie. .
THE GREAT -NERVE REMEDY.For I X'lt-u.encrl.l.le: ; : ZOUoriim

,
m **** f *u **i mi m m m** *f tUHeniui m f* **miiHa*
Mr. T. Butler-Smith, Mr. II. M. Birge
.Stationary ana Marine and Capt. II. B. Shaw, superintendent of simple. and aggravated. forms of JAMES PBITCHARD President; W. M..BROWN, 'Vlce-President!:
r rk' the Life Saving Station, stopped over at Dyspepsia, Nervous Exhaustion, Palpi- C. S. Schuyler, Cashier
Titusville a short while, Saturday last, tation of the heart; loss of appetite
The Safe Reliable and Econ. en route from Ormond to Jupiter. They Flatulency, Biliousness\ and kindred Mall orders' solicited., Satisfaction
were on board Mr. Blrge's naphtha troubles:, .This remedy staods without a guaranteed. INDIAN RIVER STATE fill
; 'j' omical Power for Easiness and launch Osprey, and we regretted our In- peer. Endorsed by leading physicians .
ability to accept their Invitation to visit Price $1 per bottle; $5 per half-dozen. Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds,
r Pleasure Boats, the launch. Capt. Shaw Intended mak- Sold by FRED S. CIIAFFEE & CO., (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
ing an inspection of the Houses of I Titusville, Fla.
Jtaxilliary Power and Refuge en route. down Indian River. Tit 11 nllle, Fla. ,. ,Authorized capital, $100,]

Mr. Smith is the well-known steward of S Paid up capital, $25,
'' that;palatial hostelry, Hotel Ormond.The -- -
$160,
Stationary Use. 1 CAPTAIN KIDD AND HIS Average deposits,


for Catalogue. and prices .Steamer Delia. : PIRATE CICEW Transacts a General Ba

t j Address ,' S Never possessed anything like our )Wines
The abovH steamer, of the I. R. & B.
BENJ. JEROME, and Whiskies for the holidays. There is Easiness
Rockledge, Fla. B. I. N. Co., has been undergoing conIiderable nothing more pleasing to the sportsman
alterations recently. Men have than a bottle of our Baker Whisky-one I
; FB'le.;; been employed tearing out the after of the best-$1.25:!/ qt., $::1 gal. We have al- Largest and Oldest! Bank on tit|

"' cabin, galley, bunks, etc., thus giving so a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Exchange old on all Foreign CoU.I
"Power houae-boat, Buckeye, 05-f long.33ft
for hundred crates I mailedon I
carrying space a more Fruits, Jellies and Jams. Price lists
anti'in ril
!, : beam two decks well found,
; ; of pineapples. or vegetables, as well as application.
DIRECTORS I iJA.
A,No. condition; bottom coppered.For lightening her In the stern. Supt. Bule ] i
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price address, has also had the Delia's decks re-calked, JOHN CLARK SON & CO., of the ParrcfARD National Bank W. \ f

BEXJ.' YV. JEROME, and has had the heavy life-raft, etc., -.,..:*.'. Commission Merchants and dealers In DCTBMB (Vloe-Pre ( u
Rockledge, Fla. taken off the captain's room; a new '' .,;,... Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines& Liquors, Jacksonville), and |
smoke-box has been built,*and new tubes JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
put In the boiler which was also givena Seaboard National
I JOSEPH ZAPF..... thorough overhauling. In short, the ea d ,W By Consignments' solicited.of .country produce National Bank of J ck
I' Delia, having been carefully overhauledfrom 'CO.Ie.r 1...rUSVILLE, FL- 8
WIIOLBSALE DEALER
keel to smoke-stack, and resplendent -
In a fresh coat of paint; looks like a,
Anhenser-Bascb Brewing Ass'nFamous new boat.


St. Louts Lager. Beer, Fort Pierce. FRESH MEATS. ZZo-nr Is This I IS

Sold by Lesley' A Renaker;Tltusvllle. .. i

:Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral t Kerosene Oil, In drums.. .. {... t. ... .;. ... ,. ... i
Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Gasoline II . .- ... .... .. ... ... .. ..
:SANFORD, FLORIDA A merry Christmas to all. QF ALL KINDS. Cylinder oil for naphtha engines ... .. .... ... .. . ..,
A. Ford was In town last Friday. We have other things In 0a


Denis Shea. Tuesday.Mrs. Gray paid Woodley' a visit, Chickens, 'Eggs & Fresh Fish. Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware, ,

i W. Richards and party, of Eden, were At similar prices. ,
shopping in town last week.J. (In Gruber & Griggs' store.) WILL E. KNOX, Titusvillo, Fla. How do we do it ? Send us. an order and see. .

_ JS F.: Woolen, of Cocoa, was visiting G. F. PADDI \ 1 1SMESBMMS

TI Men's from In our burg, Saturday.The 1
Clothing S SaS SM>SM I Sl S S S BMS Sai S B>M S S S M S S S S S
houseboat Rochester has been

I cruising around here this week. Hardware Tinware Glassware FOR SALE. Horne- ,

..
Merchant Tailors. Oeo. Tucker returned from a pleasant E
visit to the West Coast last week.
PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND
Don't forget the Xmas treo at the ,
Woodenware Stoves and Novelties Knives price'i
No. 420 Broome St.,' Baptist church; all are cordially invited. I Of the following Varieties :

'Corner.Crosby St. NEW YORK.. kona Mrs., were C. T. pleasant McCarty visitors and son to, of town An- ,Forks, Spoons, Etc..... ibbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, ,Ripley S

.
: Monday
1_ S Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish.
Judge Jones was pleasant visitor to When In Jacksonville do not fall call .
to give us a as we keep one of the biggest
and Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS.
town, Saturday, spent Sunday here. ,FloriiddasF
Bridal! Couple In Town. lines of the above goods In the city. \
W. J. Tucker, accompannled by Jno.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis II. Harrison, of Waller, left for Fort Drum Thursday, F. A. BENEKE, (Successor to J. L. Pl zer.)

Vontclalr, N. J., arrived here, Wednesday returning:Tuesday, after pleasant trip. 223: Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. T. United States Twine &:
Wetmore. They were married about ten
days ago, and are now on their wedding' Eau Gallie. SAMUEL B. MTUJCR.: 'CLARENCE: O. UILLKB.:
''tour. The bride la a niece of Mr. Wet- Kitabltehed: 1MI.
23 Fulton St. New York. N. Y.
isaore. We gladly welcome them to TI- ,

ttusville. In Pastmaster town, Tuesday.E. Dawson. of Narrows, was :* S. B. MILLER & CO Headquarters for All Kinds of


Apropos the affair, among other things, P. Branch, of Melbourne, was noticed pirt
the Northwleh Journal says : Louis In town, Tuesday. WHOLESALE FISH JETS and all.

Baldwin Harrison, Newark, N. J., was Miss Virgilne! Caroll of Malabar, was
'farmed: to Miss Mabelle HuntingtonWalker a pleasant visitor, Monday, for a few COMMISSION -, FISH DEALERS
of Montclalr, N. J., at the First hours. ;
Congregational church, at the latter No. 7 "Fulton Fish Market. New York.
-z q- >place. The church decoration were Capt. W. J. Jarvis, of the East Coast NET
.tostelaborate.. Mr. Harrison, the Railway, was In town a day or so this ,
'bridegroom, U a member of the firm of week. Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish ,

P. II. Harrison A Co., contractors, of Don't forget/ the Christmas tree and '. Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.; All our Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated "
Hartford. The bride's mother was formerly entertainment at the Casino this (Friday) / fine, Long Staple Cotton Twine- brand not sold
-I Miss Amelia Wetmore, of Nor- bI'BRB""cu-Fnlton" : Market National Bank or any Wholesale Fish dealer In our own
evening. All invited. LINEN GILL NETS of the best thread obtainable.
the United States.fey ;
.Icb, and a sister of Sir.: T. T. Wet- Extra Patent
Mrs. Claude Olmstead of Ankon'a U Stencils famished on quality steam, tarred Cotton Hanging Line
jnore. application. tarred for
:Manila Oiled Write
'0... Rope. Clothing, oars, etc., etc.





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