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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
oclc - 31876449
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System ID: UF00079909:00162
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS Item Till Column Carefully -Mr. Wm. L. Miarp of Chicago arrival Take notice of Wilson" : Toomei's -Mr. W. N. Hendry has been on the l AMONG TIIH IIOT( I.H.

In town Tuesday.Mrs. new ad on *>th page of this Issue. sick list this week.

gd Topics of General Interest.J TIIE ADVOCATE EAGLE brick CLOTHI.NO STORE In the A. Becker of City Point, was a -Several articles and! Items are crow tied -Mr. E. I... Brady now doing business New ads.. of the Windsor hotel, Jacksonville ,
building Titnsvllle, visitor In the ADVOCATE: brick building hotel and Palmetto hotel 5,
Are the leading clothiers on the East pleasant to town on Saturday.Mrs. out of this Issue ; City :,

J Coast of Florida. Watch their ads on J. E. Bowman and baby of this -Mr. II. B. Archibald still remains In -The lion Fret :8. Morse, of Miami this Dtytona h"UfO.'I.will lie found on Pth page of .,

Sr this and other pages, and do not fall place left the end of last week for West ,Jacksonville where" he Is getting along has htH n In St Augustine a few days
to give them a trial. Palm Beach on a visit to friends In good shape. this week. The ADVOCATE' returns thanks to Mr. "
Warrrn F. l.eliml' the Wln.tllor'Mr.. J.
-Miss Tomlinson, of New York still -The waiters and bellmen for the -We are pleas to note that we are It. Campbell; the St James; anti\ Mr. F.

r ty: JOB PRINTING at this office. remains with her mother at Ormolu!, Palm Beach Inn passed through here1"rlllayla adding several new subscribers to our Sharp\ the Geneva hotel, Jacksonville,

and she looks as bright and lively as t. list. F.vl'ryllttle helps' for courtesies extruded to its proprietortho

DON'T FORGET IP buying Christmas ever. Quite a deal of work has boon doneon County Solicitor\ Jas. T. Sanders of lint uf the week.

Fes: r presents that Chaffee & Co would lie Mayor Gaillard; of St. Augustine, the steameis Sweeney and Santa West Palm Bunch Is now the fathtr of a

glad of an opportunity to show you passed through Titusville, Tuesday en Lucia which are now on Lake Worth. bouncing baby lay.l'tepts..A. ,
TIIE.T.: .JA\lU IIOTkl, JA( KSO1VII I r:,
what they have and try and suit your route to West I'alm Roach and New and John
Bennett Caicy,
taste and the size of your pocket River. Major II. Gaillard of St. Augustine, looked quite gay Monday night, it
book. has been spending several days down on and Mr, John !Mellor, of Enu: Galllx, gave being the occasion of a ball given by The

w -Benellirt. Pollak: ('0., the well Dade county's new canal this week our oflU-e c pleasant call )'esterlay.Dr I'ttilarth'n: ( tub. There wan a brilliant

known wholesale dry goods house of -Col. Aaron A. DuGrauw of Jamaica M. I). L. Dodson has ret ui'nod to assemblage and we regret our rl'pn'M'IIt't
WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on Jacksonville, Inform us that their business N. Y., expected at El Dora this week town, from West Palm ]Brach to upend ative had to decline an Invitation to joinIn

our 7th page. Is exclusively holOllale.LMI'II. where he will" spend the winter. the Xmas holidays with his family; the dance.: The AD\OCATE: hopes to

REPLY TO MANY INQUIRIES and Sousa IH on hand at some future occasion.
N. S. Carter daughter ,
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Welch and witsarrived
AT A DISTANCE WK still have a few more Imported who has been the summer in -Mr. J. D. Crabb of Cocoa spent Commodore Chas This hotel Is well known and Its pro-
FRIENDS spending and
PROM cheviots and from Tuesday evening to Wednesday from Boston on Wednesday, Is
tricots overcoats all satin here Saturday praetor, Mr. J. R. Campbell very
U BEG TO INFORM THEM THAT lined at $10; the !grandest bargain ever Pennsylvania last on passed their way through homo to Mel-- morning here with his family. We acknowledge will, as usual, spend) the winter on Banana popular.

THE "ADVOCATE" BRICK BUILD- offered. Eagle Clothing Store. bourne. a pleasant call. river

I\G STILL STANDS,AS ABOVE. -Mr. St. Clair Nesblt, of Indlanoln. -Mrs. Mungcr and daughter of Chicago ,
DEED blanks lOc each; $1.00 per 100 at Mrs. Chas myth passed through who has been spending the summer ant are stopping at the Decker house, MOTH. Utl'KVA.:: .JA'KMOVIU.K,"
Titusville the first of the ,,'eek. on her several 1"rllllk111"' of tho aliovelotvl ,
of the ADVOCATE office. autumn months In Pennsylvania, passed where they export to remain Manager )),
""bat do need In the way Ua. where she will and
you way to Savannah here his home months Is getting a numbvr of guests
through Monday on
'lIe1ol'es, note and letter heads bill- Two join her husband, who Is in business at way ill speak In high terms of the line boils r
certain taxes the
fmi, statements, tags, cards etc ? THINGS -one, ; that place. Observer J. W. Cronk who has Services at St. Gabriel's Episcopalchurch : mid l-spilngs' at tho Geneva. Mr. I
Bros will
at
Vnhall l be glad to have a share of your other-Anthony display been spending several days at Atlanta Sunday; -motning and evening. !harp givos all hula guests a glad welcome j
the II. C. Goods
Budge: Dry store a -Mrs. Anna M. Marcotte, proprietorof Celebration of Communion In the
,ork. ''asset! through here Monday, to resume Holy and makes npurlal rates to rest- .
fine stock of XMas goods St. Augustine's popular winter journal. I.
his position at the Weather Bureau station morning.The. dents on thou East Const of Florida.; ,
the ADVOCITHthat
all The Tatler, informs
-A MERRY CHRISTMAS to our at Jupiter. '' 3
school will hold
will make its lirstappearance Baptist Sunday -
sirsDr.! JiLira KLINE ls fixed for business bet her paper' ,'
r their Christmas enter tain; mint on burs-
the 11th of January. Although we printed a large number ,
ter now than ever, in Anthony Bros on TUP. PAItlKTON: MOTH.: JACKSONVILLE," :.
W S. Graham spent from Satur- old store. of extra copies of the A DVOC'ATE list day evening next at 7 o'clock. All are
jewelry and Mrs. R. P. Paddison re- tho fact that. the
', nntil Monday at Rockledge.Mr -'apt Friday not a copy remained unsold! by corlIallylnvih'll to attend Notwithstanding
turned from their trip to the expositionat Histotllio has been removed from this
John Mellor, of Eau Gallie, has J3T"* The ADVOCATE may be had at Atlanta on 1"rI.laylaMt. They were Saturday for the pink! HO great was the demand -Mr. S. W. Clichlow treasurer of the' inniodlato, nelghhoihood the Caileton '"'j'ji

shin town a couple of days this week. i Dr. tscuviin's:; drug store and Mrs. Emma well pleased with what they saw: in the paper. Flagler Railway has resigned owing to i his hostelrv, under the management of 1-

-The firm who tries to do businessradays Eaton's news stand 5c. per copy. late City but said It was very cold. -Col. Frank Pope, the well-known III health, and Mr. W. II. Beaideslev, of 'nipo A ),"fear, still hold Its own n*
; of arrived townon New Yolk, has been appointed' to fill the
lawyer Jacksonville- of the In HIM
entirely on friendship is a Messrs. Sam Harris and E. G. Murphy mo popular: stopping places
number. DON'T> forget that Kline has 2't: different of Harris Nickel i'late Circus are Monday to take up the defense for vacancy net ro polls.IIOTM. '.

styles of children's shoes. stopping' at the Indian River hotel this Hamberg and Gainer in the Titusville Capt. Herman Fischer and Engineer
of the St AUgUKII tiro and Insuianco
-Editor Hopkins, case.
the John Tompklns hate opened up a dry
the enjoying ,
for puiposoof
Herald was in Jacksonville on wick ) : 'INDIAN,", uivm 1"'l'KIEt'IJE. ;
FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall : hunting and fishing in this section. -Mr. J. M. Rogers returned to townon goods, clothing and shon stole at Lemon
;Jay 11. Fischer Mr. A. S. lao of Hotel Indian ,
of ,
on J. A. Daujrhtery, at Mr. Nollo's Tuesday: from Roseland: where he City, under the firm name manager
-) i E. Faber, of Utica, N. Y., old stand, Titustille Fla. -The Palm Death bath-house I III undergoing has Ix'on working for some time past onJol'dhluurllolnn ,v Co. We wish them every success In \: River, Rocklodgc, passed through -
steer spending a few weeks on Indian great changes. The IltH.1 will which was I built for !Mr. their new enterprise.Mr. hero 1\ltlll'tl.IY: last, rn route to New
be re-cemented. The rear ent III lie Turk to confer with Mr. M. F. Dwyer
L. C. Motiic of that tblilleallun.
tei WK now have money to loan In sums to, changed Into sleeping rooms, while the place S. S. Morton, proprietor' of tho upon luminous matter connected with

-, rpt II, Marcotte St. An uHtlnc'B suit an approved real estate security. large: corner looms in the vast will be Among/ those who paid Tltusvillo a ICoyal Victoria: hotel, Nassau; N. I'?, I hn holcl He Informed us Ids stay inNew

,lunnwn journalist\ has been I hid upA clI.lln your applications. Robbins A. rented out. visit on Satuidiy last; returning the UIiama; Islands: Is at piesenl assisting \"01 k would Iw short as he had a .

had l cold this week. Graham Co. slime day, were: Dr. C. II. Stewart and \Vnncn I/ol.incl, Jr., In the management good ilcal to attend tit prior to the opening -
-The house-In Rochester, in command Editor E. II. Oslin. of Melbourne; and of the Kilnball \lloiiso, Atlanta; (la. The of the hotel, width would bo oil the .,
Chi two edges working betweeni of Capt A. IIt'nll'tt, assisted by this winter IMItwrcn
Tax Collector E. W. Hall of Sharpo. new steamer connot turn -
Rivci and will meet We want to loan first Huh of January; \
Uillca'ne hay MOSEY money on Capt. Carey arrived here, Wednesday Palm Beatk situ Nassau will
II.Y days, It I III reported. real estate mortgages.:; Ten per tent morning, for the puipo-io of undergoinga -Mr. Richard OladwIn returned home bring! much new American patronage to '

Wt, enroll friend free of all expenses to lender. iaulden overhaul' on Nelson's w ays. on YI'IoiayiaMt from Lake City where he the Royal Victoria.Vassau iuanli.iu.
to
j\\ ire pleased our & Sanders litusvllle and West Palm Is attending school to spend the Christ- Ill KNEW: IU'KIHII'': liorfl.Maniiger .

jtJ r. Si Merwin's name among our rap- Beach, FloiiiH.UL.MK.MIIKU -'apt. McFadden. while just outside masbolldayaaitbhispannts.i The scene [ >: H. K:. Rt-inls, wilting! the I
tJr :,increasing list of subscribers.Mi I.akooith Inlet Wednesday had his A Hill Stock of Jetteiry.
of tlu the did not gladden Dick's eyes \II"u'A1K from i:'K'klt'III>:'I.,1I1111'o:

.. t E, Ingraham, land commls- our \big\ stock of watihes, mast carried away vessel.In a squall A and tamo by any means me now' opened and are having' quite it
)1 i the Florida East Coast Railway: near losing hix passing ship nit'u lot of guest, enjoying thruiselves ntthe l,
? charms, ear-rings:; breastpins, necklaces hailed him nt the time but did not offer -Mr. O. P, Havens, the well known Wo have on hand a good stock of jew Merrill Island I f
11 wee spending several days at silver novelties and everything him any assistance-daettecr.Mr. photographer, of Bay street, Jacksonville try, with moiu to come. Wn have lists few JrllvellllIUII",: unto cm lot of ,.
J JI -o in the lino for Christmas presents is III i now turning out work equal I to of goods! kept at Palm ileac; li, and anything whir* time are a of fruit ornltgrs.Re allwinter .
the road. Call at II. C. Budge Damon Greenleaf, of the well have not In stack hero can be shall: have plenty good
:"'l il Engineer D. ?or. Biker: of now on that sent out by the best photographeisIn / we have
Grecnleaf & died for our table; all 1 bought
rca!: passed through here MondayA Dry Goods store. Anthony Bros. known firm of Crosby, New Yoik. A view of the interior of easily ordered Call party and ariange.ANTIIOII and .
his home In Jacksonville, Sunday up Haitian's: grove for my own use, [
at .
I BHOM. Titusville.Tlio
a hU to spend a few days at his studio will our statement. : ,
prove
way an.IIII'l'. I I.
night: of heart failure. His death is for our guest to go Fishing r:
"t' to Palm Beach.Ui CALL and inspect the !general line of much regretted in Jacksonville.On -!Mr. John Walker, of Melbourne, very excellent-noverhave; seen It be-tter. :II

everybody come out and support jewelry and other goods suitable for paid Titusville a IV lng visit on ;Monday Palm Ileac IMcr.mtiiior Mr. Ostar E. Kdguily, nf ),
tbildien's entertainment for the belief holiday presents just received at the Tuesday December 31st there fast: returning the same day. lie will bail a d. y'. catch of :rill hunt welgllug "

Titusvillo's public school at the Corner Drug Store by Chaffee and& Co. will' be a masked ball lots of at Eau friends Gallie. probably return to litusvllln In the near Will Coiumt with. :0....... tilt 74 pound In all." ,'>1
Quick sales small profits cour- The ADVOCATE has lady
j )lm house to-night. future and take up his residence here -
teous treatment. Prices surprisinglylow. along the East Coast, so we have no aesNlwlNotwlthstatttling

1 -Jfi( J, A. MacDonald and her doubt some popular young lady will again. itnigh/ weather or THE: WIMlKOIt: II.ITM., JAtKHIINVII.Lt: :,

rater; Mrs. J. B. Reilly, of Palm represent us at the hall. -Mr. W. ?or. Cnrtour, a champion anything ilst, ('apt. Ros Infoini 1111that Opened| on Mmidiy inoiiilng! with .

rob have been spending several days KLINE will offer some gents' top shirts Miss Carrie Norwood arrival home strong! man of New Yoik, gave; an exhibition ( he will get the pier nuflii'it'ntlv forward .irunkfast. Mr. \\arirn F. Lvland the ..

j .* Augustine this week. worth 73 cents for 50 cents next week. from- St Augustine, where she is attending of his wondei nl feat of strength to run steamer from Pilin Reach jovial 1 host, I III well known throughout>: 't'
In Tltusvillti the first of the week, which 'tn look forwanl
Nassau t"uI'
-ft( last HO MIIIIIII'Y the United State all a caterer to /thepiihliu' I-
and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, of An- school at St. Joseph's academy,
was greatly enjoyed by those who saw to this enjoyable trip III a shot white, Invited "
>cnt of in town the In the buslne and our to spend the holidays with her want Mr. Leland an
'I l a couple days Ofli experience Friday, it lIe left on Tuesdiy for Vest Palm In''lltoctlvl) of all riimois to the ttrnry. '
IIII have
'tot the week, the guests of Mr. and credit established has enabled us to parents. The Ancient City air seems to Beach and other places. | AI'VIM'ATK' representative to it prep
II IIII ,'K>..,, M Robbins.Mr In a full line of the newest and agree/ with Miss Carrie very well judging through the house under his guldaiito.httrythlng j
best jewelry and silver novelties to be from her healthful appearance.The Commodore Hammond the well : wa found. In A very neat and +
( E L Brady after buying a new Not! '. The hotel hUll liecullioioiighly f
had especialy good terms and we known manufacturer: of typewriter! *, was Special < oidtily iiiauner.
,":*U1' goods and getting estimates on on to share our suc party, consisting otf Messrs. E. a pleasant caller at theUyuc'ATK ollite cleaned and renovated fruuldq !
*. brick returned home propose' our patrons E. Bristol and Ed. M the Misses oflice and r
building the parlors
line to bottom
yesterday afternoon He left his |i ;
be for sale at H. B Budge
Will line and
have hide of
cess. and We a millinery,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Edgerly: Mrs.
'Jacksonville Bristol
J'i
on Monday. yacht Lounger at Sewall's Point where iveifvu ihaugixl and Improved; :
Goods stoie. Anthony Bros. arrive the latest |
Dry and Miss Chatlleld., who have been on a more IMIII to ; : slyies theeutelde
iru'luIII"'ont hung along
the I III waiting an oppoitiinity to Ito to lamp are
was to to hear nicest : iitlciitloii
very gratifying us down Indian River and \ and JeI""III. Kspttlal
ten days' trip which the Iwautlliedwith
Mr. Hammond pailorar
naei Key West, for place (Mirth ;
situ,. I all
will IK to tlr -niaklnir
umplimentspaidtheADvoc.Ta"aminent paid **
of Cocoa was Worth on Capt Dennett' houseboat with
-Dr. W. L. Hughlett, Lake left todayla Tampa. many banging baskets; tillucl
residents of Jacksonville of the week on a Rochester returned to Rotkludge at the Wiley cottage, neiir the Grnnd well fern and other !r'lott.th ,
in town the first professional ( \ pi >nt*, a* all
.111Ioek, We shall endeavor to de- visit. on Saturday evening last having bad a -The Titusville Social Club gave a View hotel. Mr*. K.: A. Gray and Miss tioploal/ being scattered through ,4
J 'tItlJemI enjoyable time. sheet and pillow Hanes: Tuesday night Florence Norwood.
very out.
Mrs. Fred W. Kettle, of St. Augustine attendance of the not :
(, The "ghost wa ---- '
r. L. brother of Mr. he whole plate I I. tastefully
Rumph very
of St
until Tuesday Mr. Geo. F. Meserve Augustine
from Saturday -
" \ w II Uumph, passed through here spent who came here last week to purchase so large; anticipated. Several soared shooedboys when # IOOH O Tor HI"'I&) .." lla) arranged,( and the dining room buar
'"-::&) last, on his way home to Ar- in the metropolis. for C. F. Hamblen of that city, around town got badly comparison with any hotel In Jacksonville.
-euw, where he has business In- Messrs. F. W. Pope J. II. Norton they saw the "ghonts" an tIe street, ; Tli. owiui.r I III excellent and meal t'
large stock of sash doors and blinds of the .
the
and mail for home whit considerable It II i reported that ''ongres hUIallll.1a
*ta and C. H. Campbell they all hour of the
lie visit Indian River Halnes will lie Mirved at day- i
Lawrence
Co. of
j' may Chicago consigned
& Libbey ,
: Earson : swiftness.\ The next party w ill lie a bill for $MnU' () fur !Improvement at
this
>ztlate, in the Jacksonville were in Titusville from it a. m. until 12 o'clock midnight
season. of & Day returned to the I
to Ray Poverty Party, the first Tuesday Jn.Mr. Bl cayn.. U>I,. If this I ill true, we think able of ltaiiUat
staff
'I here I Is quite an a *
l Yn, S. H Happersett and her two week. Ancient City on YrI.laylut. having completed such ally action U remarkable; for it Windsor: : them Kred
',-reD after spending some months In -The sharpie Belle, recently pur- his arrangements for taking the J. G. Kennedy of New York, should, rrniemlK-ri.! that congreo ha tits among Leland being head
of Mr.
::1II .:"""fl*, returned to town on Friday chased by Mr. C. W. Brownrigg, of Orlando goods. acting comptroller of the Florida Eat only been In Mission a few day and I I. cleik A. Inland:who, a la nephew In charge of the office., lie

'* They were accompanied by Mr. from Messrs. Hodgson Bros., of i Major and Mrs. St Clair brains Coast Railway, wa In Jacksonville! on not yet fairly l organized. If li7aZ.IMi it I Iswrri Willi with, his uncle both at Chicago and v

J. rsett, who went up last week to Eau Gallle was again sold on Friday and their daughter Mrs. W. Strother Monday. He had just arrived from the ct, It Is I evident a master I at It Newport Ernest: C. Cbown who was ,

fore them home, he continuing his hut, Capt. I' Larsen of Jupiter being Smith, are now pleasantly located at the north where lie hu bwn suffering from woik manipulating the wire so that the with )Ir. bland at Newport, Is night

II '--) u West Palm Beach the same the purchaser.Capt. fet James hotel Jacksonville. Mrs. a bad cold Mr*. Kennedy had also been Bay lilncayne r..tclmlIII get its full tlerk. and A. K. Martin I I. room clerk i l.Ifo

III I 'fir: "ht friends of Mrs. Happersettswhei O. S. Porter one of the prominent Abrams Informed an ADVOCATE representative III with typhoid lever, but la now re hare uf what money there i I. available" come from the Kqulnox louse at .
: covering. and I It
for harbor *, gel
return. citizens of Daytona, has made that although the Major bad Improvement MainhtMtrr, Vt., situ I is not unknown to
he office In Jacksonville he did -Mrs.. %V. II. McIntyre wa met by '(nick. We only regret that somebody r
-Dr and Mrs. haveColumbus deal in real estate. Recently opened an Klorida tourists I having been at
F. II. IIoughton another :'ea'o;
with long polo would poke a little
a
4 Intend giving up his office and private representative on Tuday. all : and the
The his at the corner of Magnolia not one nf our tie Leon at M. Augustine,
0. fur sold property
Daytona. In Tavare. so that they''She life Into>> the project for harbor at llil\
hustle IvavlngSt
residence AUlu.tllletor C.
""*> outfit U in and he has and Palmetto avenues to Mr. Wells" was by Putnam HOUMI at Palatka. A.
"ilced* dental Daytona Missouri. Mr. Wells could return there for a time whenever Tltuivllle, wlieie sits.. heard her hue- Canaveral. Somebody pressed the button bard another old\ attache c I the Island
I 'ltk rooms In the store Of St. Joseph banker they felt inclined to do so. bind-th* genial captain of the steamer list year and Major 1I.lIllburYIII..le hotel, bold the responsible MMltion of
uv* th be wealthy
r Palmetto drug said to a a favorable report In regard to the necessity
Courtenay-wa* ling quite Ill. I'pon cashier Daniel Lace, steward ; P. Myers,
I.f :e'.4.* be win be happy to meet all his -The West Palm Beach Gazetteer -yr, J. E, Lanouette, ,who hall )beenat her arrival In town sh* wa sgrcesllysurprised and practicability of making Improvements asaUtantiteward; Albeit Albertlnl. chief;
'M: and new. Dr. and Mrs. while just outside Weather Bureau station at Jupiterfor at Biscayne Bay, and cougre -
McFadden, the .
'.' says: "Capt. to learn that It wit not th Goo. W. Schratk: and (j., ". Plant, win
:'": : ">' will stop at the Palmetto : Lake Worth inlet Wednesday, bad ten days taking the place of Ob* rv- captain that wa III, but lilt d g. .* seems to have done the rest clerk; John McGrath, head porter and

] 41.lt in town his mast carried away In a squall and er J. W. Crook during his vacation Mlis\ McNamara, bou* ke pitr, conclude
the
f his vessel. A passing returned to town on Tuesday He bad -Lots lit amusement for you at
losing
near rite Eagle Clothing Store Is exclusive Its Hit.
came
.' AV your trade at all season of ship halted hint at the time but did not a little stranger to welcome his return Opera house tonight agent for W J... Doujrla celebratedman's _
'"at, but have made ef- of bouncing nine-
special
a the
in
assistance. home person
:I '< pleas offer him any arrived the scene i shoes. They bue bought a GiirMiiiimServlc H..n.h.
fflourtlinetyof, to see the pound on all wool men's sulu In complete stock: which will arrive In a
!! 7s, "fleet holiday -Our people were pleased last Saturday morning. To say MrLanouetto WE have V>i
',' suitable for Xmas presents. street electric lights turned on again early is overjoyed at this new addition assorted colors In broken sizes, which few days will b 0 held at St. (Gabriel'

rill!! do u* a favor to call and Monday night, as dark streets are by no Is no name for U. Congratula. we will close out at $;V30 "IIr51) and church, Tltuavllle at 11 o'clock a. ro. on

';'II.t! -hat we have. Chaise A: Co. means pleasant The electric light company lone are being received from friends on $7.00.' On examination you will find -Get your tickets In time for the Christmas day. Archdeacon Brown will

must certainly have bustled to get all sides and the ADVOCATE Joins with that these are lint bargains. Eagle hlldreu's .ntertalnm nt tonight officiate. ________
tilted so soon, and are to be congratulated the little comer along Clothing Store.
new
them wishing
rget, you will find Anthony on having such an efficient them life in of happiness and -- [)ox'" forget that Kline ha the "' "e.' WI11: \ offer some great barge ,)a
:, tho II. C. Budge Goods tasty ladies' and tblldrl'U"IhID ladles' skirts, chemise, nffht'ftwnuetc.
of
line
gents'
'Titusville, with a tine line of I force. __ Doth Mrs. LanouetM and the are i' WK arc going to re-open our jewelrybutaeM | town., JuHu Kline -*".-. !
'(mat goods. progressing favorably. la TltusvilU, and will have a
Ir you want good suit of himtastrial. spl_Hid holiday stock. Com and see
flhorse
r Kline's and give Sew gods. We'll get a OT'THn4sDlso the Sire. Mrs. IXsnerU
't'lreol down to Clothing! fetor Is offering fr yourself.
: and fifty knee pantsall bargains Tee Eagle
boys' /
.. speeial -
", wool goods In broken sUes Next week ** will offer turn.ishinggoode rare Urjr in' 111 fall and winter .th> AsTiwar BBO., Jo.olera. move on, bunting for your XMa* trad prepared to supply bread rake,

t',.. !,,III 1.00 to H.W per suit, at the la clothing, shoes, gents' log, At the II. C JutJioVrr Good Store AXTU" 0_., Jewelers, eta, to the public u heretofore
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LOCAL NEWS Head Tills Column Carefully. -Mr. Wm. L. Miarp, of Chicago, arrived -Take notice of Wilson Toomei's -Mr. W. N. Hendry ha been on the A.MONO T1IK HOTKLN. ,.\

In town Tuesday. new ad on iith page of this Issue sick list this week.

ad Topics of General Interest. THK ADVOCATK EAGLE brick CLOTHING STORE In the -:Mrs. A. Becker, of City Point was a Several articles and Items are crowd- -Mr. E. I.. Brady now doing business Nt'wa.llI. of the Windsor hotel, Jaokonvllle 2

are the leading clothiers building,on Titusvllle the East, pleasant visitor to town on SatunhyM ed out of this issue In the ADVOOATK: brick building. ; City hotel and Palmetto hotel, ","I

Coast of Florida. Watch their ads on re. J. E. Bowman and baby, of this -Mr. H. B. Archibald! still remains In -The Hon. FI'NIItlrllt'; of Miami: this Hlytullwill: l>o found on Mh page of

this and other pages, and do not fall place, left the end of last week for West Jacksonville, where he Is getting alongIn has Ix-en In St Augustine a few days Issue ,,,

to give them a trial. Palm Beach, on a visit to friends. good shape this week The ADVOCATE: returns thanks to Mr.
t'iirrrn F. Lvhttid: the Windsor: Mr. .'.
-Miss Tomlinson, of New York, still -The waiters and bellmen for the -We are pleased to note that we are H. Campbell, the St. James; and Mr. F.

W JOB PRINTING at this office. remains with her mother at Ormond, Palm Beach\ Inn passed through here adding several new subscribers to our harp, the Geneva hotel, Jacksonville\ ,

and she looks as bright and lively is Friday last list Every little 1Il'II'II.'tlunty for courtesies extended to Its pioprletorhe '...

DOS'T FOROET In buying Christmas ever. Quite a deal of work hall been doneon -( Solicitor Jas.: T. Sanders: of first of the week

presents that Chaffee A Co. would be Mayor: Gaillard: of St. Augustine, the steameis Swreney and /Santa West Palm Bench, Is now the father of a

glad of an opportunity to show you passed through Tltusvillo, Tuesday, rn Lucia, which are now on Lake Worth. bouncing Imby boy
THK' ST. JA\JUllonI.: JAI'Kltllof\'tt.J.r.: ,
what they have and try and suit your route to West I'alm Beach and New
-('apt*. A. Bennett and John Catey,
taste and the size of your pocket River. Mayor H. Gaillard, of St. Augustine, looked quito gay Monday night It
book. hRs been spending several days down on and Mr. John Mellor, of Eau: Gallic, gave elng the ccaslon of a ball given by The'atilanh's

Benedict, Pollak & ('0., the well Dade county's new canal this week our office 0 pleasant call jesterday.Dr. : (lub. There was a brilliant

known wholesale dry goods house, of -Col. Aaron A. DcGrauw of Jamaica M. I). L. Dodson hiss rl.tlll'IW.1 to snoniblagp, and we regret our represent-

WHERE to stop. See list of hotels. on Jacksonville, Inform us that their business N. Y., Is expected at El Dora, this week,, town from West Pnlm Beach, to spend live had: to decline an Invitation to join
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our page. Is exclusively bolOllale.Y1'II. here he will spend the winter the Xmas holiday with hula familyCommodore 111 the dance The AltVoCATK hope to

REPLY TO MANY INQUIRIESFEOM N. S. Carter and daughter Sousa, he on hand at some future occasion
Welch and wife
WK still have few -Mr. J. D. Crabb of Cocoa, spent Chas hotel well known and Its
FRIENDS AT A DISTANCE, a more Imported who has been spending the summer In and 'his Is pro-
: cheviots and tricots overcoats, all satin here Saturday from Tuesdey evening to Wednesday arrived from Boston on Wednesday: 'lie tor, Mr. J. R. Campbell, U very
n BEG TO INFORM THEM: THAT lined at $10; the grandest bargain ever Pennsylvania last on, passed their way through home to Mel morning here with his family. We acknowledge will, as usual, spend the winter on Banana >opular.MOTH..

THE -ADVOCATE" BRICK BUILDING offered. Eagle Clothing Store. bourne. a pleasant call. river.

STANDS,AS ABOVE -Mr. St. Clair Nesblt, of Indlanota.: -Mrs. Mllnjtf'r: and daughter, of Chicago
DUD blanks jOe each; $1.00 per 100, at -Mrs. Chas myth passed through who has been spending the summer aUliautumn are stopping at the Decker house, (IK1KVA' JAKaoNYII.I.E.

the of the ADVOCATE office. Titusville the first of the week, on her months In Pennsylvania, passed where they expect to remain several Manager Frank Sharp, of the above .
need In
What do you way way to Savannah, lie, where she will here his home months. hotel, Is getting a number of guests, and
note and letter heads, bill. Is in business at through Monday, on way b.I"I I I
her husband who
lelopeR, Two join all speak In high: term of the line
THINGS certain taxes the
rids,, statements, tags, cards, etc ? -one, ; that place. Observer J. V,' Cronk, who has __Services tt'It./ Gabriel's) Episcopal' and Iwd-spilngN at the Geneva Mr.
Bros will
riihsll be glad to have a share of your other-Anthony display at been spending several days at Atlanta, church !'lImlay-mornllll and evening.Celebration sharp gives all his guests a glad welcome i
the II. C. Budge Dry Goods store a -Mrs. Anna Ii!. Marcottc, proprietor of Communion In the
d. _ __ fine stock of XMas goods.JtLIt.S of St. Augustine's popular winter journ >assed through here Monday, to resume Holy and makes special rates to resl- .
his position at the Weather Bureau littlon :\- morning Bunts on the East Const of Florida.
theAnvocvrK
CHRISTMAS to all our al. The Taller, informs
A MERRY at Jupiter. "
- school will hold
will make \Its first -The Baptist Sunday -
KI.IXK Is fixed for business bet that her appearance
alert
I.a'l'r of January. Although we printed a large nuni their Christmas entertainment' on Thursday -
ter now than ever, In Anthony Bror. on t THE': OAltltTOt MOTH., JACK4OXVILI:.
-Dr. W. S. Graham spent from Satur- old jewelry store. her of extra copies of the PVOCATK last evening: next at 7 o'clock. All are
.funti. :Monday at Rocklcdge.Mr Capt. and Mrs R. P. Paddison returned Friday, not a copy remained unsold by l'.lttliallylnvlh'll to attend. Notwithstanding the fact that tilt "
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from their trip to the exposition lostollUu has l horn lemoved from thu :
- [ John Mellor, of Eau; Gallle, has&s r: The ADVOCATE may be had at at Atlanta on Friday last: They were Saturday land for the'pink: so groat was the de- -Mr. S. W. Crlchlow, treasurer of the I'I Humiliate.: nelghlHiihiMNl of the Caileton! ,

town a couple of days this week Dr. ben v n'a drug store and Mrs. Emma well pleased with what they saw In the paper. lagler Railway, has resigned owing to his liostolrv, under I manngemeiit of ;t r

-The firm who tries to do business Eaton's news stand, 5c. per copy. Gate City, but said It was very cold -Col. Frank Pope, the well-known III health, and Mr. W. 11. Beardesley, of ('rep!," .t Vr: )."\'l'llI', still\ holds It* own all
lawyer of Jacksonville, arrived town New York, has been appointed to fill the thus -
l l.k III me of tho (Kipular stopping I.I.lcnln
inlays entirely on friendship a Messrs.. Sam Harris and E. (C. Murphy .
.: number. DON'T forget that Kline has 2't!: different of Harris1 Nickel Plate Circus, are "n Monday to take up the defense for vacancy Metropolis.IIOTM.! .

styles of children's shoes stopping at the Indian River hotel this lambttig and Gainer In the Titusville Capt. Herman Fischer and Engineer; __ II I
of the St
-Editor Hopkins, Augusx tire and Insuiance case.
the John Toinpklns hate opened up a dry
enjoying
the
piuposeof
week for
Herald was In Jacksonville on I : INDIAN: IIIVIII: IKHM.KIMIK.
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FOR first class shoemaking and repairing hunting and fishing in this suction. -Mr. J. M. Rogers returned to townon roods, clothing and shoo store at Lemon
Dda). I call on J. A. Dauglitcry, at Mr. Nollu's Tuesday from Roseland: ) where he 'Ity, under the firm nnnio of 11. Fischer\ Mr. A. S. Ido, manager of Hotel In- t'

-Jtr s'. E Faber, of Utica, N. Y., old stand, Tltusville Fl.i. -The Palm Beach bath-house Is undergoing has been working for some time past on ,It Co. We wish them every success In li.in: River: Rockledgc, passed through I

teen spending a few weeks on Indian gieat changes; The pool will l'l'Iltlollrlle Inn, which was built for Mr. their new euteipllso.Mr. litre Satuiday: last, rn route to New
be re-cemented. The roar end will l be I YOlk, to confer with Mr. M. K. Dwyer
L. C.001'1': of that this
ifr place, season
WE now have money to loan In sums to hanged Into sleeping rooms, while the S. S. Norton, proprietor' of the, upon business, matters connected with

-i 11p' Marcotte: St. AII IIKtlne'l suit an approved real estate security. large corner rooms in the cast will be Among those who paid Tltusvillo a Royal Victoria: hotel, Nassau, N. P., I ho 1 hotel. He Informed us hula stay In

.liknnwn" journalist, has been I laid upi !'eu.lln your applications. Robbins: rented out. Isit on Saturday: last, returning the lI"lIalllIKIulIls... : : Is at present assisting New Yin k would 1m short, all he had a

i i had cold this week. Graham Co. same day, were: Dr. C. II. Stewart and '. .arl.l.n'Iln.l, jr., In the management: Rant deal to attend to I prior tit the o wn-

between -The house-b Rochester, In comnanil Editor E. D. Oslln, of Melbourne ; and of Clue Klmball House, Atlanta, (in. The hilt of the hold, w hit h would be on thislulls
the working
two dredges Bennett assisted
of Capt. A. by this winter l INIt
Tax Collector E. W. Hall, of .sharpen.Mr. new steamer conntM turn l
.4 Rivet: and Biscayno Bay will meet MONEY. We want money to loan on first Capt. Carey, arrived here, Wednesday ween Palm Hem k and Nassau IIIbl'lnlt of January. \ .

,its
ttr to enroll our friend fire of all expenses to lender. Gauldeii: a thorough overhaul on Nelson's ways. on Friday last from Lake City, where he he Royal Victoria.-Vassau Guardian.
ire pleased i iMlII.Ij'r
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1MKNKW I1DC KI KIHIK IInrUH
& Sanders, Titusville and West Palm II attending school\ to spend the Christ
i M Merwln' name among our rap Beach, Floiida.MIF.II Capt. McFaddcn. while just outside. mat holidays: i th his 'pai ents. The scene --- : H. E.: I I'.emU, wilting the
ocreaslng: list of subscribers. Lake Worth inlet Wednesday, had his A Stock of "We I
tlf thin file did not gladden Ditk's eyes Hit! .Jfuclrj.We .Suvo'AIKfromlbskledgesays :

-}h I E, Ingraham, land comrolsc CEI \ our big stock of watches,, mast carried his away vessel.In a squall A and came ship by any means ono now opened" and are liming quite n I

: ,)1 the Florida East Coast Railway, charms, ear-rings, breastpins, necklaces near hailed losing him at the time but passing did not offer -Mr. O. P. havens, the well known have on hind I a IINNlllt'K'k of Jewelry nice lot of guests, enjoying th"III"l'IYI.at Island I ,
wen spending several days at silver\ novelties and uu'u lists the few glove across on .Merrills ,
everjthingIn dm I\IIlIiKtauce.-Jazettet'I' ihotngraphcr of Bay street, Jackson- with imue to come. have
any lino, lot of .
where Ilieie
13 the line for Christmas presents' Is tile, is now turning out wok eiiiMl to of goods kept at Palm Be.u, and nnyhlng are a oranges.Wu all
the road. Call at II. C. Budge -Mr. Damon Grociileaf, of the well have not In stack here lueasily shall: have plenty of giHHl fruit
-< >ui Engineer D. M. Baker, of now on that sent out by the best photographen wo : can
of Greenlcuf ik died i winter' for our table) as 1 have, bought
'epa. passed through here, Monday; Dry Goods store Anthony Bros. known Him Crosby, I In New Y 01 k. A view of the I Interior ofhis : ordered. Call early and anange. mid
4 his few at at hula home In Jacksonville, Sunday studio statement.Mr. ANTIIIIN11"",,., Tltusvllto. ip Haitian' grove for my own use, I
T 'ID way to spend a day night, of heart failure. His death is ,1Il1ruve our Dr our guests to go and see." Fishing I I.. I I. '!

ill t Palm Beach.Lei CALL and Inspect the general line of much regretted In Jacksonville. John R. Walker of Melbourne, very eXI.t.lit"t-lI\ver have: III't'lIlt hotter J

everybody come out and supportvtLildren'a jewelry and other goods suitable for pahl Titusvllle a t living\, visit on Monday The I'nliii lU'iicli Pl"-r.tmnui Mr. Owitr. E.: Edgmly: i>f Brookltn' ;
entertainment for the ben holiday presents just received at the -On Tuesday: Decembcr31st: there last, returning the same day. He will md a day' cnti'h of :M trout weighing I

iofTitusville'spublic school, at the Coiner Drugstore by Chaffee A Co. will be a masked ball at Eau: Gallic. probably return to Tltusvlllft In the near >r. Ulll Council with MM.MU this i 4 pounds In all." .
and lute of friends
Quick sales, small profits courteous The AHVOCATK has lady "
)i Ira bouse, tonightMr i future and take up his residence here _
treatment. Prices surprisinglylow. along the East Coast, so we have no again nwae.ll.Notwithstanding .

J, A. MacDonald and her doubt some popular young lady will lough: weather: or TIIR, ': wiMiMon: inirn., JACKSONVILLE: :,

111:161Irs.: J. B. Reilly, of Palm represent us at the ball. -Mr. W. M. Cortour a champion anything else, 'apt.. Ross informs us Opened" on Mimday\ iniiliiliig! with ... .'

*k have been spending several day KLINE ill offer some gents' top shirts,, Miss Carrie Norwood arrived home strong man of New York, gave an exhibition hat he will\ get the pier! kiillli.lentlv forward roakfast. Jlr. Marien F. U-land, the .

H Augustine this week. worth "3 cents, for 50 cents next week. iron- St. Augustine whrie she Is attendIng of his wonderful feats of strength to run steamer from Pilm Bench ovl.il: host, Is well known thioiighoiit
-Mi( lost In Tltusvillo the first of the week, which to Nassau, so tourist limy look foiwaid he United States as caterer to Iho( tpllhllo'a
and Yr.. C. T. McCarty, of Ana school at St. Joseph's academy,
: those who
enjoyed by saw
was greatly tbl In short while
to enjoyable trip a ,
ticm| ) a couple of days in town the Ocn experience In the busiiiers and our Friday' to spend! the holidays with her IL He left on Tuesday for West Palm of nil to the wants Mr. Inland Invited mil
v,"' the week, the guests of Mr. and credit established has enabled us to parents The Ancient City air seems to each and other places riespectlvu Illinois con ,\ >v<,(:ATK. repiesuntatlvo to have it |peep ,1

i :M Robbins.I put In a full line of the newest and ajtree with Miss Carrie very well, judgIng trary. hroiigh/ the house, under his guldiince.Ktcrythlng {1

best jewelry and silver novelties to be from her healthful appearance. I Commodore Hammond, the well : wa found In n very nuut and 1-
I .1 E L. Brady, after buying a newT had especlaly good terms, and we known manufacturer typewriters, was Miiwlul Nol!<".'. "rdeily in.iuner. flue hotel hits IHWII.hoioiiKhly I
T "' gala and getting estimates on on to share our success. -The party, consisting of Messrs. E. a pleasant caller at AUVOOATK vllice cleaned mid ruiovaled from .'
*. brick building returned home propose our patrons i F.:. Bristol and Ed. Bristol, the Misses office and '
f Will be for sale at H. H. Budge yesterday afternoon. lIe lift his tine 'op to bottom I ; tliu parlors
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nice line of toil
J i I and Mrs We have a millinery,
and Mrs.
Edgeily
Jacksonville Mr. ,
Bristol :
on Monday. Bros. yacht Lounger at Sewall's Point, where I"vo IKM-U TliUigiHl' and Improvvil ; ::1Im'IIII.I..IK'ent %
Dry Goods, stole. Anthony and Miss ChatfIeld, who have been on a more soon to arrive; the latest: styles,
I-i' was very gratifying to u* to hearT down Indian River and he I Is waiting an oppoitunity:' to go toKey and nicest goods. Esp: ,'.-lal attention lamp arn hung along the 8'
ten days' trip which Sir. tbu Iwaiitllied
lutsidu are
for Hammond pallor
West, place |MIHI ;
T \ the ADVOCATKj
nisi full
ompliment paid -Dr. W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa was fake Worth, on Capt Bennett's houseboat left to-day, via Tampa. willi lie paid: to drnss-makliig with many Igniting, basket filled withMitted Jw..11
ronnnent resident of Jacksonville, the' Grind -
the
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at cottage hear
Wiley
of the week on a Rochester, returned to Rockhxlgen and 'J
the first professional ferns otnerH.pioal
in town plants, as a*
|j as eek, We shall endeavor to de- visit. > Saturday evening! lost, having had avery -The Titusville Sotlal Club gave a View .hotel.. Mrs. K.: A. ':ray and Miss / foliage Iwlng scattered through-

Uiem enjoyable time. sheet and i-illow dance, Tuesday night. Florence Norwood.j .
.KI -Mrs. Fred W. Kettle, of St. Augustine The attendance\ of the "ghosts" was not --- -- Mlt.
r L. Rumph brother of Mr. The whole place: i III tastefully f'
from Saturday until Tuesday -Mr. Geo. F. Meserve, of St Augustine coloredxiys very -
I* B Itumpb passed through here spent who came here last week to purchase 10 large all .lIthII.t".I.'tenr..1 >j< IOOOOO Tor 111scayus .ij. arranged: and the dining loom bears
the metrojKjlis. scared when
J''aa) last, on his way home to Ar- In for C. F. Hamblen, of that city, around town got badly : iimparlsoii with any hotel In Jackson j

!*&., where he ha large business In- -Messrs. F. W. Pope, J. II. Norton, the stock of sash, door and blind of the they saw the "ghosts" an the streets, ville. Th rvi.i"r I III excellent, and meal
l 11111 ue may visit| Indian Rivers Lawrence Haines and C. H. Campbell, Libbey Co., of Chicago, consigned and they made for home with considerable It la I repotted that Congress flan passedI will besurved at all hour, of the day- ", I
Earson swiftness. The next party will boa bill fur *1IN>,(K" for Impiovemeiits at
late i in the season. of Jacksonville, were in Titusville this Day, returned to the rout II a. ru. until I 12 o'dx'k midnight.
to Ray If this I I" think
Poverty Party, the first Tuesday in Jan. IlillCaYll6! hay true, we
I "Yn s II. Happersett and her two week. Ancient City on Friday last, having completed such early action U remarkable; for It 1 hero I:Is:quite I an able staff of assistant

[':l."eQ after spending some months -The sharpie, Belle, recently purchased his arrangements for taking the -Mr. J. (I. Kennedy, of New York, should'INI remeiiibrri-d that emigre has at the Windsor, among them being headcleik Fred

Wit' returned to town on Friday by Mr. C. W. Brownrigg, of Or ;ood*. acting comptroller of the Florida Feet only been In session a few day sit'l l I I" .\. Inland who, I la a nephew In charge of of Mr.the Inland office., liewas I..4


"!twett, who went up last week to Eau Gallle, wa again sold on Friday and their daughter, !II 1'1. W. Strother ) He had just arrived from the cornet. It I hi evident a master han I I Is at it Newport. Krnest: C. Chown, who wa* j

'l them home, he continuing his last, Capt. I' Larsen, of Jupiter, being Smith, are now pleasantly located at the north, whvi he liss hiss-n l suffering from sock manipulating the wire so that the with Mr. Inland at Newport, I II night 1 1d..rk
c:: a bad cold. Mrs. Kennedy h: ) I u West I'alm Beach the same the purchaser. St Jame hotel, Jacksonville. Mrs. Hay Biscayne region get and A. E. Martin I I. room clerk.
Till'> II with typhoid) fever, but Is now re there I I. available
of shut
share
|3 friend of Mr*. Happersetthe Informed an ADVOCATE money
House atilauchester
Capt. O. S. Porter, one of the prom Abrams bail lIe come from the Equinox
::ne > return. inent citizens of Daytona, has made sentatlve that although the Major covering.Mrs. for harbor Improvements, and get It ) Vt., al..lla I not unknown to

-Dr and Mr F. II. Houghton have another deal In real estate. Recently he opened an office In Jacksonville he did W. II. McIntyre was met by .prick We only regret that somebody Florida tourists, having Iwen at the Ponce 'i

-f1 'urabus, *0. for Daytona. The sold his property at the corner of Magnolia not Intend giving up his office and pd-I Ivate one your rrpn-seuUtlven on Tuesday with a* long a pole would I poke a little de l I.oun at St. Augustine, and at the

'sot's outfit U la, and he has and Palmetto avenues to Mr. \\ ell*, residence In Tavares, so that they She was huirltxlly leat'hIICSt. Augustine life Into the pmjuct for a harbor at Putnam House at I'alatka. A. C. Ilib-! ;

ed 1 dental Daytona the Atlantic Joseph, Missouri. Mr. Wells I could return there fur a time whenever for Titusvllle, where Ih" bard her hus- Canaveral. Someliody' pressed the button hard, another old attache of the Inland
In of St.
-k rooms banker. they felt Inclined to do so.Mr. lund-the genial captain of the ..teamllrCOllrtenawu last year and Major Haudbury mode hotels, hold the responsible position of ;
"er the Palmetto drug store, said to be a wealthy a favorable report In regard to the necessity .
lying quits III. I'pon cashier. Daniel lace, steward P. Myers,
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5brid 1 he win be happy to meet all his -The West Palm Beach Gazetteer J. E. Lanouette, ,who has been her arrival In town clue wan agixoablysurprised and practicability of making Improvements ssUtantsteward; Albert Albwrtlnl, chef;
and new. Dr. and Mrs. McKadden while just outside Weather Bureau station at Jupiter at Bay, and congress
.5 ,": says: "Capt. at the to learn that It wa not the liiscayne lea W. Schrack and Geo. Plant, wins
.* <"> will\ top at the Palmetto Lake Worth inlet, Wednesday, hail for ten day, taking the place of Observer I oapuin that WM III, but his d >g. wens to have done the rest clerks; John McGrath, head, porter; and
"U.l' In town mast carried away In a squall and J. W. Crook during his vacation, I conclude
his
)Mis McNamara, housekeeper,
vessel A to town on Tueday. lie hat -Lots (if amusement for you at theO
.. near losing his passing returned Store I la exclusive the list.
.. came THE Eagle Clothing
your trade at all seasons of:4cal ship hailed him at the time, but did nut a little stranger to welcome his return |>era house t4 -nlibt.W& for W. I Douglas' celebrated -- -
: but have made special ef- of nine agent *
bouncing
a the a
Ulil.tance.Olir home In person
offer him ,.. hive
1,( any men's shuts They bought a (Jhrl..hl"Ht'nlc'f'''.
In the who arrived the scene
style, on
V\iler of you our line of holiday people were pleased to see the pound last boy Saturday morning. To say Mr have W all wad| men's suit In complete stock, which will arrive In a

1."> suitable for Xmas presents. street electric light turned on again early Is overjoyed at this new ad- assorted! color In broken sizes, whichwe few day. Service will bo held at ti,. Gabriel'
Laoouette
",n do u* a favor to call and Monday night. III dark streets are by no dition I la no name for It. Congratulation will close out at .:X50, **I-V> and I --- church, Titusvllle, at II I o'clock a. m. on

':*"' what we have. Chaffee A Co. Tbe electric lilCht com. are being received from friend on 17.50.' On examination you will find -Get your ticket In time for tin Christina day. Archdeacon Brown will

piny gust certain have buatled to gilt all side, and the AUVOCATK j. ln* with that these are rare bargain Eagle children' entertainment to-night officiate.WK .

'; "' them tlud 10 lOOn, and are to be wn. wishing the little new comer a Clothing Store.
them in
"get, you will find Anthony Ilich aD efficient Kline has the will offer great bli'raatna ,lladies'
that
ul ted on balog life of happiness and prosperity. --- [)ox', forget biggest : some
Good
"thl long
.. H. C. Budge Dry gra line of ladle' gents' and children'sshoe skirts, chemise, nltht"etc. .
inn. Titusville, with a tine line of force. Both Mrs. Lanouelte and the baby are VK are going to reopen our jewelry =4! '
Kline.
Julius
>teas goods. progressing favorably. business' to Titusville, and will I have a In town.
want a Rood suit of etotb. (0 stock. Come) and
I, 1nu splendid holiday see
'r ,":red and knee pant I down to Kline's and give him a trial. Eagle Clothing Store U offering for NEW; gods, new fixture,W.'lIlCllt. NOTWJTUITASKISO fire .. DelsnerU
fifty bar Tea
,; 11. ill wool good toys'in broken slice Xu week 11. wltt utter apeelal furnUhlng rare bargain In fall and winter -1" 10Uraftt.Astlwsy Buos., Jeweler. move on, bunting for your X MM trade.A.ul prepared to supply tread, rakes,
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1 clothlog, shore, poU' Good BMW*. Jeweler. Itc. to the public a* heretofore
tl.Oi to j.bO per suit at the gales in I ing. At the II. C. Budtf Dry Store. XI' ,
'g' ( I,.thing Store. goods, etc.













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SOCIETIES, ETC. the day's supplies of meat and vege John Hare has changed hi. min The: : : Clyde Steamship Co.
tables. I thought the day Instead of: again and bat definitely concluded i to .. .

myself, had grown warmer, and did not. open his coming American tour I IPlnro' la .

Free and sufficiently protect myself against the "Tb Kotorioni Mr. Ebl -
cold. The consequence IK, I shiver; and, smith" Public
u the snow commence to melt In the
Accepted Masons: sun and I neglected to put my rubbers)

on, my feet are wet and cold, and 1 I Over 8,000 patents have been issued
shiver, and think I had better have a in the United States for the maonfae

glass of hot lemonade with plenty of tare of ink. Generally
Indian '/ %\ TltunllIe whisky In It to-night. I must not forget . ,
River 1/ Fla. to send someone to the store for the I.
Lodge, No. 00 lemons have the whisky I have. dinner -

ready, and am tired and very warm. pOMARTinners& TQL! Exacting,

lloliln! It* meeting tint necnml anil. fourth Frl Husband and children come In, makingthe _
(lay i>l each month, at the Court IIMIM Titus. floor damp and muddy with their Economical and

vllle.at J.. !)IEJU"Minp".,, in. 8. It. RAT wet over-shoos and cooling the hounc and Plumbers
Sec W. k. with so much running In and out, and Critical
again I shiver The coal bin Is empty,, New York Charleston and Florida Lino
,
and It seems to me It nearly always
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. I must go down town this afternoon to Galvanized Iron Gutteringand Buyers Included,

t "Hemlnnle Lm1re!| S-n.OO. holil It* mwtlnirn al order more coal, pay the gas bill and -- of this
Line
the Court hoiira, the dm four Thursday even The magnificent Steamships are a
jugs of eA rh month at S o'clock p.in. water rent. Johnnie must have a new Tanks a Specialty. r\ Are urgently requested to call and
11. n. PHITfHAkD J.T. RE"IfOLI II. overcoat (Jimmie will have to do with pointed to sail as follows :
his old one); I must get Fannie a new examine our late'arrlvals of
C.c. K. of R. A BIXDIAX
warm hood and mittens, and Lola legglnl y5 till mate* given on work anti Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways. I

r and over-shoes. We do seem to need so Correspondence Solicited.
RIVER GUARDS. (1T.l.IIDARD Tun: )
Drill at the county JaIIevery many things In the winter that cost so POMAR & THOMAS, New and Frnm New Tork. From Ja kRon'III,r.
fuemlajr: I IrT 'rlt"i: ,...nth, at I o'clock.A. much. The gas bill and water rent are (I'ler 29, E, R.) STEAMER CbarlPRton" Jle" "'I
.T. paid and the coal will be here In the TJtusvllle Florida in .lRtt'OIM.. Sniav, lec. t
,. FIcA.TaItCaptaln.C1IIJRC1IEM.: V. p lu,5
'Pda\ N. : :: : : :: : :: ;
morning must not forget to have the ; : : 300 p m..AtAtMtiN: : .Thurnulay, .' : ..vu5Monuiiiy ; r
Dec. 2..t 8.00 pili... ,!'IINIuIE: .: .. 'Iumlay' u Mlt 95Weutneaiay "
boys open the bin before they go to SeasonableStyles 4'at 8.00 P m ('O IAS.U: Tuenulay. 10. at 11111I.
school. Then there will be the cold Jobof Friday. 8.: at 3.1It. p 1II..JtltOKEE..Thllt'tIlI.7.: ... 12, at 1'11I1' !
.
clearing the walk when the coal Is In. JAS V. BOFILL & CO Monda' .. 9.t 300 P n,. ... Int"lt'oJ .. Sunday .. I at 4.lu5,
AI.IIO-'n'IX: I'ueslay. 17.
Wedne.da7. 11, at 1.1It1 pin. It 'dW''"
EPISCOPAL; CHURCH.krvlcM It always make me shiver. Fruit and Produce Friday. 13..t 1,00 I' m .SEMtNOL5: Thurnutay. I". ...t _
It was very warm In the clothing store Monday .. It!. at 3.00 V m. cMAdItic: .. lIun.la. 2'1. at "u..IW\\
..
the lit ami 3rd Bumlay' In each this afternoon It being steam heated. Welln"'lla. .. IS..t 8.Ot.V III CHtnOKt: : ......TuenuIay .. 24. It lute5
month at II a. m. anil 7:30 m. $nndayaehool .. .. ,
p. Friday 2I1..t 3.00 p IU. IWH/I'oll'l Thureulay. 21 u;. at t.'itMoniay ,
vary Sunday at t:.m: p. m. Kvenlng prayer at Soon after I left the store I met Mrs. CommissiollMerchailts 23..t 3.00 p rn.. Ai.flONQUIN..Sunday' 211, at I.'I'
..
I p. in. on Wednesday Litany, aervlce every Blank, and she kept on standing and Weulneutulay. 29. at 3.00 p In 5E5tlI.E: Tuentlay 31. at Awut
Friday at 10 a. m. talking until I wu so cold that I com Friday, .. :n.a' 3.001'11I i .('(IMAM ilk.. Thuurnutay. Jan, 2.al total
REV H. F. Known, Rector. menced to shIver I felt so shabby with P. O. Box 1039. Monday. 3O..t 1.001'11I.. CHEROKEE ....Sunda. 5, at tot5
ltEFgRgNeESlauefner..A: Lang, St.1..01118. in
last year's cloth coat beside her new i !
my
Mo.i Smith,Conies Co. Chicago. III.; ( Itt.
METHODIST CHURCH. sealskin. I got the bottom of my dress ten l Hank of Louisiana I ;i' N. O. Co.utueratlve| & Jacksonville
Servlrn at Tltuvllle eiery flrt,necond and wet In the slush (beautiful snow, indeed), Banking Aim'n) John W. Lumsden New fork Philadelphia, Charleston Lin
third riahhath at II a. in.cut 7 p. m.; Sunday and shall have to put a new binding on' City; J. C.Smith ('0., St.' I/ouls, Mo.; E.reurson L. Men's Youths
: M.UIasler, Man and until further notice Steamer "YEMAS&EE" In
rhmil at JO o'cliM-k I a.in.every Hunday; EpwnrthLeague sklit. I have been shIvering ever Ft. ElaIne, (15 I K. For the present intcn]

7 fi'cliK: all every p. in Thnnduy every Hundiiy flight, The Prayer pulillo:meeting:l are since my I came home and I know Jimmie tee Commercial,Ha.; Fruit Agencle and Produce Trade Generally; to Ball from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from Charleston f

cordially Invited to attend our ervice Ie going to have the croup t.o-nlgbt-he New No*. 329-331 Poydrna Strrrt, Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection Is made at Charleston with (1 1))
1'1' W. LAWLER Pastor. has such a cold and Is HO hoarse. Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida poi
I declare I will not live north another Now Orleans La. Alld Children'sCLOTHING
and interior via Philadelphia.
Also Philadelphia points
PRESBYTERIAN Oil RCII. year; It is no fit place for anyone In the fir-Liberal Advance made on Consignment

Service every Haliliatli I at 11 a. m.and 7 JO p.m. winter, especially poor people. I will go
Monday m-limil at H:45 a. m., Oia,,. (lardnrr: to Florida, where I won t shiver.
Hnpt Prnver, mnetlng on ednmdRy evening CLARA ELLIS, GeiiuiiieBargaiiis St. Johns lUver Line.
at 7::al. The nulillo are cordially Invited to attend
our aervlces. llordentown N. J., !
H. M. unweLL, Pantor.1IAPTI8T Dec. 11, '95.Cameron's; *

IX HEAL I:STATI For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points
....... ..... ............ ............ ... ,
CHURCH. Boat In Danger. .... ...... ....... ......... .
the St. Johns River.
Preaching every erond awl fourth Sunday' of hammock
No. 1. Twelve acres
morning and evening.. Prayer Meeting every
CAPS
HATS and
Tumlay evening 7.:.*)o'clock. Sunday School The seat In the Senate, now held by land at Jbharpes toffice; about 300 feet
every Sunday at tt-30 a. in.. \\'KnJ;rea<'hlng Senator Cameron who spent some front on Indian RIver awl runs back to The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer

fint.Sunday All are at cordially IMlrangel Invited.o to'attend. OnkHill. weeks at St. Lucie as the guest of Senator county road; has upon It a house of six "Oity of: J'no1JSoD.'V1.1.1.o: ,"
bo much almost cost of house $1,000 In all the latest
new
H. A. (iuurit, 1'antor. Quay seems to sought rooms ; ;
after News from Philadelphia says barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a CAPT.V.. A. SHAW

that already three avowed candidates are grove of 600 large beating trees, in fine Is appointed to all from Jacksonville Tue lla)e and Saturdajs at 5.00: p. m., returning irs
CATHOLIC CHURCH. In the field fur Mr. Cameron's seat in the condition before the freeze, and will soon Blocks
. Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. in
Service at 10 a. m. every Sunday In new United States Senate. On Tuesday Ex- recover and bear good crop. Remainder e. e.
Church hul"UnltIorth; Tltunvllle. Children': leutenant-Uoveruor Watres, of Scranton of land cleared, and Is of best quality for BOUND. .
catechlKm at 1 p. m. ex-Attorney-Ueneral Palmer, ofWllkesbarre vegetable farm. This property was held SUJ:; SHEIULE.Leave I MnJ: ''IJI .

KKV. J. F. O'HovtB: Rector. and Congressman "Jack" firm at 0,000 one year ago will sell to- 1Ien'sI ........... ........... ...... ... ...... e tAt a
Robinson who represented the Sixth day for $3,800; $1,000 cash and $2,201)() .. ........... ........... ...::::::...... .... ...... t.u I.
This Is a ,, !.g r ...........:...........:.:: ... .. ......;:....:.. .... f 3.ot p.:
Pennsylvania district, announced themselves may remain on mortgage. ,' ........... ........... Francl,.............. .... .. .... t.30a
as candidates the lIenator hlp. most desirable place for a home, good .. .3fI .. tn.............. ... ....... lIe..fo"\ ........ ........... .... .... 12.110 D.Ae .
Mr. Robinson not win location close to postoffice, school, ,. 5(0 ,' Strtngn tt.e
Beyond Descriptionlnt Although may In he, etc. and in a nice ncighboi hood. 5.30 :: :.::::::::::::::: ::::::::..1.1 :. ; ..:::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :: ,: ::
If he goes in the contest earnest church .. 92/1 a. m........................ ....Entef1'rlt' Suffering With Muscular will make the other candidates hustle, I The bare land alone Is almost worth the $I Furnishing

Rheumatism. as the representative from the Sixth price asked. Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvll

"I hereby certify that for seven years I district delights in nothing more than a No. 2. Thirty acre tract with house M. H.CLYDE A.T. M.. F. M.IROSMONOFR, JR., Fla.Pa,,. Apt.
good hard fight. 5 Bowline Green, f.ew York. 88 West Bay St.,Jack.onville.1
troubled with knee. artesian, well large
WM my I used prescriptions of eight rooms, portion
and cleared etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat Goods THEO. O. EQOER, T. M, |1011<0. L. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt.,
'tA Eau Gallic. The land 5 Howling:Green New York. Foot Hog> St",Jackoonvlll'.1
Sarno
liniments but all D.ulc County Likes the l'hiikPaper near
to alone l Is worth more than prIce we quote A. J CoLa Oenerall'uRengl'r Agent J. A. LESLIE Superintendent'
i- no purpose. $2,250.: The owner refused $).000 a year t Bowling Green, New York. Foot Hogan St.,jacksnnvillrD.
The trouble kept ago. lie must sell without delay and IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PRO- D. C. MIXK O. F. A 12 South Delaware Avenue,1'blladelphla.

1'1 growing worse We well know the AnvocATE has many has authorized us to take $2,250: ; $1,250: DUCTIONS. WM. P. CL1DE & CO.. General Agents

and the Joints warm friends along the East Coast, as Is cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. 19 So. Delaware AT.,FhMadelphU. B Bowling Green,New Tart5outhern

\ \' began to enl.rge.f evidenced by the many expressions of 3. One hundred and thlrty- lx '

\\.: ? uu My knee became good will that we aie continually receiving. and 85-100 acres of land at New Kiver. MEN'S
',I I 1-1 almost stiff and Writing us yesterday from West Three-quarters of a mile water front.
,
if." pained me so If' Palm Beach a new subscriber says: "The Description as follows : Lots :3, 4 and

I JJI", e', I. i could not rest pink paper is certainly gaining ground 8 of section 13, township 50, south of
; 1 1 day snd night. I down here in I>a.le. I recently returned range 42 east. 1'rice 1,000 for the -..

ii.: lV: )L .?l had to use front a trip to Itiscayne flay, and I was whole tract, or less than $7.50 per acre; fine 5IIOES, *4.- .

'Jbl Crutches surprised to find your popular paper all or we will take $10 per acre in forty
M1 nlong the line. I also found It highly acre tracts. We believe a purchasercan
lr. Kira 1-enr.ll. at tltne* and <>*. commended by persons on Lake Worth sell this land and double his Railway

C trot,,.burh.Nb. ten It wou Id s-em and Biscayne Itay. I believe It would as soon as steamers begin

.. If I would have to have my leg amputated be an excellent advertising medium for to money run through; the canal next Trunks and ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
Jacksonville meichants as well as those
as the pain became almost unendurable. Dei-ember. We own this land ourselves
I Buffered beyond description. Finally 1- of our own progu-SKive town of West but need money to develop other -x-
THROUGB PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM
I'alm Beach. OARS,
hence offer It at a price
hearing of Hood's Rar"aparilla I enterprises
concluded to try It. After I had taken which will Insure early sale. Buy this COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS
one bottle I felt much better and after double Valises.
The Iiiipeacliiiifiit of Thomas land and your money. THOROUGHFARE COAChES VESTIBULED TRAIN
taking several bottles can ..y I am well,
Jlnyanl. No.4. The north three-fourths of QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMBD.NO"'H .
My Kneo Has Been Cured southeast quarter of section 7, and of -

end that I can walk and go around as well lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, southof <<
,3 any on. of my age. I am 63 years old! A resolution has been Introduced Into range 41 east, containing/ 150: acre AND IAaT. NO"'H AND WEST

and work my farm, and mv abIlIty to daBO Congress! looking to the Impeachment Thin tract has a large frontage on the A FULL LINE OF ... ... ".. .. ".. te. : .. ,

I attribute'. to the benwlclal; effects ol of Thomas F. liayard, ex- ecretary of St. Lucle River, two miles from the rail SAMPLES FOR CUSTOM ALL TRAINS DAiLY 'L'J.'U.: .. ; .uA ALL TRAINS DAILY. 'fl4 I:'.
hoot! Harsaparllla.! I advise all who are road crossing. Price $15 per acre.
eflllcted with rheumatism in any form to state, who Is at present United States TAILORING Lv Jactl.onym., I'.C..A r. TlOa 525pm .Js.cksosvitts,JO.&F. V'1 M 5
lake Hood's Harsaparllla." KZKA BENEDICT ambassador to Great lirltlan, because he No. S. Lot 4 of section 32, township ALWAYS ON HAND 0 Everett, Soutbsrn I W pm 10 055.avereti '
Btromsburgn Nebrsska. 37 south range 41 east, containing 77 a .. a 611.11I S so pm E11'tii'yii.ii' ; ) T5ti
denounced the prospective policy in a acres. This tract has a quarter of a Good judges of tine .. Jesu Southsra 1 DiD I
Hood's SarsaparillaIs speech before a British audience. The mile front on the St. Lucie River at fabrics, neat patterns Savannah a 11110 HI 10 41 pm "r Manes, Soutbsn.:::: : r. p.

resolution was received rather lightlyeven Stuart Station. Price $J3 per acre. and best qualities will a Columbia Southern... 5 06 pm 4 110 AID : t :.onr., : : :l :: ; : ;.

the Only treated humorously by some of the No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, find among our collections Ar Charlotte, .. 5 20 pin S 36 am'r'r : 'S : : : : I f o
l Kwanton
I
fronting on liiscayne choice U b'
members. Mr. Ilayard has only said :h'oit ; many I
Heights, one mile Coconnut 0 Washington 6 a.1D S 40 pili 8t Louie, Cairo Sb.U. 1 30 sin
what hill chief Grover Cleveland has selections of superior r aRkTU3iTtl. roooita I
Grove. Price $ ,0(1I.( This price
may ..
True .0'
Blood Purifier Baltimors, hnn. a. a. 5 06 am 11 ::13
pm Ksasas City, 5 CI) 5l
said; repeatedly in his messages to Congress seem high but If you will try to buy any goods which will be lY'Ji ,
1i.nv:
Prominently In the public eye today. and what a great majority of the land fronting on Itiscayne Bay, In good found desirable bargains a Pblladelpbl&, 10 15.ID I 00 .ID .. J."p, Southern S.fl'"a .. a

'Hood's Pills ..."all Ito.,Ill..bIltoa. American people said through! the ballot location to you asked will get in that your section.eyes openedas This In price as well )J.. York. a 12G. plll I 2Oam 'F ,ll''a::: ::: .:::::::. .i: :

ea.sk.suIaeh.. Mo.ONI : box at the last presidential election. prices as quality and style. ---- -- : ('battaao.u a '' ... :lw
;
tract Is the only desirable parcel we .,5outk.ra..5 ;pea CIw.Iusati, 4. &: C. ::: .1
What an absurd charge on which to basean have left fronting on lilxcayne Day. -
<< For full Information: apply; to of this Ralhuy
Impeachment I The price asked $3,000 will yield us a any Agent great
: U.\V'S ixiiitnNcn. fair profit, and we are satisfied that System, or Its connections;

nothing similar can be had at a much W. A. TURK C. A.
,
We Lead in BENSCOTER. S. H. HAROWICK.
Florida. the :North. :Now Is the Time. higher price. This tract will no doubtbe Quality, o..if'.... Ageut, Asst Qen. r.... Agent Aiat. Oen F.... Agtnl,
sold within few weeks '
a
Editor Adrufatf Wa.hl.tes, D. C. Chsltanooga. T.... Atlanta. 0
: Some time ago the subscription priceof No.7.n improved place of 7 acres W. D.
Awake as usual, at ,daylight with the the South Florida Home was reducedto close to the depot and post office at Mal Style and Price. ALLEN

usual oppressive consciousness on toy abar. Large house with upper and lower Florida Passenger Agent
low of 10
the rate cents
remarkably a
mind of much to be done In the count veranda costing 100000. 7 rooms; In NOV. St. 1895. 212 FLA.
Careful comparison cannot fall to West Bay Str.et, JACKSONVILLE..
of the day. Quickly I throw back the year with a view of reaching 10.11110( ( cir fair repair beautiful river front, lawn

clothes and raise my head: khlver, anti culation In a vt'rYIIIlQrt time. This very etc. Most all the land I Is cleared l; 100 convince you of this fact. We ask you

more quickly draw back the clothes awl low rate will be withdrawn on Jan. 1st, large seedling trees 7,000 pineapples.This to come and see our goods, assuring all
nestle down In the warmth of the tx-d. I will make a nice home for anybody. that HIGH GUADiS and one unl-
I the several 1 1V.K1\ and the price' advanced; but everyone
repeat performance times Good neighborhood. Price only $1250.00.No. WE
form low price will be found In DELIVER
"lour leaders avail themselves every
until at last theie Is no poshibihty of may
,
.
and Mark Twain $. We offer tract known as "As- department. Yours for economy andsolid ..., .. ,!,"
longer delay; all says, I of this low rate if they will send ten "
get up, wash shUerlugly: ; hastily I gel i-ents at once for a year's subscription to plnwall containing about 1UO acres In satisfaction
section 14 : south 37
township
range *
on my clothing, shivering all the time.
the publisher Young (>. Lee St. Petersburg east. lIel\l1t1fulltuje front, on peninsular
I light my tire ((kindling wood at live THE wPvutP4.WISJ A Piano Organ'
mouth of Uanana River. One or
cents for a small; bundle Is rather an expensive Flo. This paper i I. an illustrated at
of most and
prominent points prettiestcoves
housekeeping I item); I attemptto monthly, devoted to the agricultural; site for
the river.
economize; the coal is haul and does horticultural, industrial commercial winter on residences. Very Splendid deep water V T JUfKEVnfT RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, ":1111*
:
not light t-atily, and my lire U a failure; to .; .
like much of that social anlhomo Interests of }'Iorlda-all clone to shoie. The best bargain ever EAGLE aUft.er a | > your own house. No money required until. % .
lilY economy
by us all. Is mistaken and I shiver.practiced sections of it-and Is worth, many times offered. 1'ilee $ ,2.o.o.l, or about $17.30 thorouthlYlaUlitled. Our prices are as low a, any house In the United :ota u "
acre. Was held at $U>,m)>0 two our terms are so reasonable lustrum '
per yearsago. anyone can purchase and for an
The milkman comes; I go out to get the the subscription price. Sample free. pay
milk and shiver as be tills the pitcher.Going The Celebrated CONOVER. ,
to the butcher's and baker's for NOTE::-The above descriptions will The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.
meat anti biead for breakfast I must Julia Arthur will only bo with Henry enable customers to locate the several CLOTHING The Beautiful SCHUBERT. '

wear a heavy wrap, and! I return with Irving' company one )'ear. properties very closely by examiningone And KINGSBURY.
cold nose and bawls, and 1 khlver. At of the J., St. A. A I. K. n') com G
lost the lower rooms are warm; breakfast Frederick Warde and Louis James will pany's railroad maps, but we will be ORGANS3"0"' Ae0"0n, Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTA

Is over, husband has gone to business both star again this season but not to. pleased to send special maps on a large .

and the childrea to school. Now I gether. scale, on application, to parties who HOUSE t>-: Draaa and Imall will ..\l' \,
IntrumenU.
will open the bedrooms and air the bed.*. mean business and intend to buy if they money. Music and JJooVs. Write us; we

Oh I but It Is cold upstairs and shiver. can find such a bargain M they want.

The first of the oik downstair -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Tins
morning w BOBBIN & GHAUAU Co., V. :J3. Oainplxjll CO.,
being done and 1 thoroughly warmed by No, one, |5t No. two, f 10;No, three *15TUusviUe Titusvillc Florida.

my exertteiM, I jjo out to market to buy Ha 5 i TUuivUJe, FU. JACKSONVILLE f FLORID!














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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DKCFMBKR: 20. 1895. 3


Professional Cards. A THWARTED CRIME.A !


WAtti 8.0M II 4.. Carton Tale, the ftovn of Which 1* ENGLISH STREET--DOCTORS The Three Great Florida West .
r,,1", RoIIIIIII" Laid Im ladU. Tbry Make a God Living Peddling Tholf IExperiencehas
15B1SS .t: GRAHAM, All Carina llllfc
An Indian op country paper tells I a .
"Yes gnv'&or sane in as make l a
curious tale. A rich lady, with her two
AT LAW '
ATTORNETS- lot o money at street doctorin, an some+
children both infants it it conclusively thai Coast
was going, proven Hotels
12: on us don't, aid a wecllcall'rllctltlllu-
a. m.
,
Uot'RI-From! laid, in her own "ckka" from Raiona-
p10mto
better and
and 3 to 4 gar to a place In the center of the Bar er, as he IIt11 hiuwlf to a ewiimiier, I grapes peaches,, ,
man who wa panning along the White and of them
Brerard Co. Florida. more are produced
tract. The driver ,
DtVILtz: was a trustworthy chnpel road. The street doctor iu question OWNED 1Y THE PLANT SYSTEM.Tninpa
'is Inatlrectld servant of the family, and it was for when Potash is liberally applied .
.
In all the oonrU- UM and fedficllltlci was one of thowe who could afford I
this reason that the lady bad not divested
To insure full
bores and decorated with a ol
and a trap, gc.r- crop
for examining perfect- herself of the
ornaments she
,(el nsoally color and elaborate lamps, and choicest fertilize
!. geoui quality use a
...Clllet Money to Losn. wore. But the sight of the jewels was
an assistant, who helped to pull out
too ranch for him, and at an exceptionally teeth and hand pills and medicine to containing not less than lo% C

S. JONES, lonely spot in that lonely country purchasers.

fOR be him suddenly her valuables.asked his On mistress her to hand "In my case I am glad to say I mnkt, Actual Potash.

1 TTORYEY-A -LAW. sunpectlng something out of the bnsiiieM. But yon
his real designs and hesitating the miscreant can't do anything with is nile. ] s you've
BREVARD CO. FLA Orchards and treated
vineyards -
showed
jriLLE, himself in his real colors plenty of cheek. It's cheek M does it
and made her 'and her little ones, with Potash are (e s
Cn.tr Judge of Brevard Count1.J.G&'LDII and no mistake. I guess I makes on ai comparatively
who could barely toddle about, get average durin the summer season, inWhitecbapel free from insects ant
down. The horrible that
thought wai
J- T. SAlID.JUI.J an at country fain, at
disease.Our
working in hi. brain, that of hiding his plant .
'. least !:4 a week. Sometimes I make.much *
<>Ia1) crime by means of murder, had given pamphlet, an aot NMtUin Iceman" boom
more. At Oldham I onoe drew jt: :
.t SANDERS
1pI DEN his face Ins iptcial l< ', .ra practlc.l work.:maid
sardonic
look which made
a
a day. I was selliu a compound pill, ln(lain m .rr I"m on:. ubjrct of fmillulkin,.=
the poor woman tremble. .r.n.llr htlpful to i ., TWy ar. MB! see
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAVV, warranted to cure anything, except bro &be aokIq.
Then the fiend bound her hand and
linctlrclnkll the Conrt of the state ken limbs. hut I know a man who dit GERMAN KALI WORKS.
JJat,$ml the United Statel Courts, foot and informed her that he would even better than this. He once hud r M N.r.Y 5t.. New York.OM .
TITUS VILLE, FLA. first kill her children then
0.110 1,23&- : and do her week durin the summer of 1804 when
Money to Loan. II to death. her
By earnest entreaties she he made tlO each day.

prevailed over him to begin with her weather Is bad time for
"Wet a ns, on
TOn REYNOLDS, first He had an ax in his hand, with then nobody venture out to buy. I've Hay Hotel, Tampa, Florida,

which he aimed a blow at her, but the drawn in

ATTORNEYATLAW.Hutclilnson head being loose it flew away and fell a day sometimes, an all only this time had threepence the expeiiM a The Sciiiiiiolc Hotel, Winter Park, l ln.

few paces off, the handle only remaining
stand. I
of a man an trap to rellll'm.ber

[ Avenue, in his grasp. lIe stepped into the once makin only three an sis for 'The Inn 1)1't'1'anllrl, open all the year.The .
I grass to look for it and disappeared behind two weeks tannin

mille. Florida.dSVELL a mound. She waited her certain
"Of conrM there ia a lot o' profit in I

doom with all her nerves on the strain. the business. My pills aren't dear, an i

TITUS, She gradually fell into a swoon, and as I sell them at a penny each, or a khil1m &

when she came round the first thing she a box, you can see there's plenty o'' 1ft 01,1w hp.t.t Engine n. m tn 1ft b. p.. Marine IX tn Florida Central peninsular Railroad

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. saw was her husband bending over her "
money to be made In the business. Send Be..lamp fur catalogue.

Its la State and Fedora) court Land and her babies crying and tugging at London Correspondent REND W ...:OMK; ,

'iwlalty Attorney for liu.rd of her clothes. tolling Agent tut Bt. John and Indian Rive Short Lino Ix'teot Florida Alter nil Northern<< I'olntM.
Countries P.O. Xt l.m-le, (la.
,Trumml?linen, and Oounty Solicitor.M. After she had gone a nameless uneasiness The Bill N'.. Paid. --- -- -- Only lit Miles between Savannah and Jack unvllle.

". ; TiTCSVILLK, FLA.rleman seized her husband. He could not McRad and his wife wete going over The Largest and Most Complete
reason away his vague fears, try as be Everett Savannah, Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington Bal-
their business ledger one evening contemplating
Hall, Silaa B. Wright. would, and at last he mounted his home the overdue accounts which Establishment South. timore, Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.Everett .

[litoniey-at-Law, DeLand, Fla. and followed the "ekVa. He had proceeded its revealed and reluctantly acknowledging
pages Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, N'ttuhvllle, LouUvlllo, Cincinnati
when
but a few miles the drt'ad-I that of them would GEO S HACKER & SON
many :
A WRIGHT and
JILL : fnl sight of his wife and children lyiiig have to be written off as bad."What'l1.e Chicago.

bound up with cords on the ground met dueaboot this ?" mid Everett, Hlrmlnglmm, Holly SpilngH, Mfmplil, Little Rock, Kansas City, St.
INSURANCE AGENTS sue
his eyes. And the story that his wife Lout, Chicago, Sioux City.
"Here's
McRad ] twa puud
htwnlle. Florida. told him congealed his blood with hoe mournfully. ) ancht shillings for a coat and vest been thel'acltlcCoast. BXtVrtlic H'c'. '= I HUl'5.N. .
Lprewntlng the "Old Ilartford'egad ror. They both then, drawn by an irrepressible owin by Elder Doolittle since Martine i ,

I & London & Globe and all the ] curiosity, went toward the direction ..... .
: Last I'm fearin we'll no get the .,,... i0' York I liiiltml. "d New Inrk runt
Ling companies. Am prepared to that the miscreant had taken to we.. wevoat Mull Icon... J..i kMintlllft 7t: a. n... and lI:W

I.dine up to *20,0.10 In any part of pick up his az, and think of their tror- money."Weel I'm no .lIe sure," replied his t ;tL ''-a'1' wrY late,,It dally, $ .,..n".h.with ThmiiKh( ..h,"."Pullman'", UmihliiKton Wi'i-rn| Haltlnnirr fur.

|tad county. price when they saw his corpse already "iiwau 1'11I..I..II"la, New \ark, Ilimtou and all
wife. "Leave me to try onyhoo. ,,,, aeure lasternp.hd.; Arrive.Jakenvllle D4.ta.iu.and ,
W j
lying, blue putrid and bloated, the Accordingly, the next Sabbath morn t. a:M |>. ni.
-im BAY, DADS COUNTv.W flies buzzing over it in clouds. Retribution taken 1'onrpsrtuwnt515lrntwrrnmet.Augnatluesail
| collection
ing, when the was up, a. y
wY1w New \<>rk. IHnInu nr. In ami from N..lang'
EWAN, had come in the shape of a "karnn- Mrs McRud dropped the elder's "little ;,. I tu"
.
U. S. COMMISSIONER. dia" of the deadly variety known as bill," neatly folded up, into the plate, n. '

"khaki," rare even in those snake infested week the amount .Oiilr. I In* Itirmiich Ih* llr.nllfiil Hillminlrjr
before the
Public and was over "
Story State at Large. .
parts, whose bite iuhhuitanuouBly / /eyf, a iy' < of lil.lln t Inrl.la, IVnmniU,aii.1l.rniiibln
woo paid. liny l.ttave Jm kminvlllc it;Sft a. in.
:Jail Selected; Conveyances made. paralyzes the victim and decomposes said McRad Joyfully Manufacturers of N'S,. ee ur dtm r InsT.iialunr.e I*k e I'm. Live I <>Hk. Mmllnon:, Montli-rld I ,,
.I \
woman, :
"Kirety, if0
Ittpomlence solicited. Aildiess: bour.-Londou Globe ,,, .' hlver.1iu" nn, IVnhnroU, Molnl,
lay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove the body in an "marriage may be a lottery, but r -a. }1' ,?'iUtI New Orlt>iui., .".1 the, ...lItb..t, loam'all.. ,
] I'm thinkiu I've drawn a prize "- Doors, Sash, Blinds,, ,, ., '_O" : furiiU. ami tiei'setnn( ,',_to tarries $let.lvr.. ,
Office, Ewan's Landing. In Rhip. A ; a
Th* Problem Launching a "4 ;,t Arrive.Jaks.mv111s7ana.m.
Pearson's Weekly. r .bn1 I
Impressive as the launch of a great and Building Material. r r' /, l .
Moulding / li leaven ,la< kminvllll&a. in. for HUrk,llaw-
[WGE: W. ALLEN, vessel! always IH, it nevertheless deems a Unman Life Always Seeks IU L**.l. r.,Y L \ thorn*, HI: >*rHi>rtnglkal.la,11eaville, vilar;
simple matter. All there is to do is to Office and Warcrooiim King w hey, \\HilwiMul, l4- M Opjxmlte "
Human life, whiih in fluid aud not _- \ I "' I lirlmiilo, Iju'iMM'hi*, Dale 4'Ity, I'lant City,
'TTOItSE-A -LAW, build two toboggan slides under the fixed, in like other fluids in reeking a Cannon Street :-a r 11I+ Tani|>.. Arrlv.Jm' ..."rlllel.Nptu.
ship, raise her from the supports on ) '
level. It has always] done thin in times er
lot of +. \ "I..ln"l&lI llnrl.U' I.IIIIU.I. tc.v. ,',,'k-
I been
fart she has a
which renting put
Florida. till it has found a ,
past and has not reeled Charleston S. C. Y S I r C 0 4ry a.mlllr7tu m WdLllentl6nlnTnln. 1hn
tallow on the slides and, when yon are the level of equality in some plaice or r i7 tw A a littlenvrr95houteW Cliirinnatl, via Manm,
.J ractice In the United States loose the thick plank that ii 1.4 ry r Allunla, ImttaniHiKa. I'..III..t. for NaMivlll' .
ready, saw
other. It once found this in classes, and i"-1. I Loulnvtlliliir.ito I and all imlnu north allrHIGH
e.
!tat otirt OjunO holds the ship by the nose and let her these became confluent with the gradual Sash Weights Cord and Tteal..,e(1ufaal 4' K \rrlt.Jaikwinvlll.. S2oa.ni.

glide into the water. You must have effect of time on their borders and qo'.r
chrittteu her and a crowdto II..Mr Hprlnit Ilontn. Rt. fouls. Kaniia. City,
the wine to O.w ,
[ h L. WILLS flowed into orders, larger( aud vnxter. MWYw
f her Hardware rhlmito l la'.we kninvilla TO" p. m. via
cheer her and some tugs to catch At lust the larger expanses have begun S .., MMUIII, Atlanta, lllrinliiKliain, Holly hprlngi,

and bring her buck to her pier; but all to bur t their bounds and to inert in Meinpliln,HpriiiKflnlil, Kauai ('Ity. Ht Uinlii, Clilnairii. Hlous City, Through Sleepers without
"HYSK'IAN A SURGEON, these are mere detail, and it would the imnjf'UHurable level of equality of society Window and Fancy GlassA hanice t4i KaiiM. lily and Ht Ixiul., amid only one lining to Cliliao| and Mlonx I Ity. Arrlv.JaikMinvllln .

." J.LE. FLORIDA. seem as if any ship could almot launch .-From "Equality the haste. of iCIAI/TY.: (ItHtr. M.-IXMK Y(5ann.! for TalUhiMPWn sail Ink rtoedluts point., Arrive Jm kwmvlll. 5:1.11: in.V .
herself if she had half a chance. W. D. Ilowells in :Ml I*. M.-(or ranipa amid hitrriiu-illat. Y,|Inlr. fnllnmn >l rjwni. Arrlv.J i k niivlllee.in .iii.
,
-
Good by -
from' Society For tl won. Atlanta,two Trillin Imlly. l. av.J.ckonrlll. /J a, ui.ainM.iKii.| m.
?-Ilutchinson is taking a ship
Avenue, near A launch simply : fullman Planers| on all Night Train.,
WaD; River hotel. the side of A stream down to the bank
ID' Htinil for limit Indexed Tiiwnnhlp Map if lorlila toX.
I and dropping her in the water where "DI7 Oeyaen. of Tellowiton ........ j
tank of S. I'KXNINOTOX, A. (a. MAtDO.NKLL,
S she This involves the In
ASPINWALL, belongs. I There are several holes in the Yellowstone
lifting a mass of iron, in a ship like park region which are locally reputed Trafllc Manager General I'assongcr Ag't. I

the St. Louis, of about 7,000 tons, and to be "bottomless. Geological

2ii, the work of lowering it carefully] for a
ESTATE
&
: INSURANCE. authorities say that they are "dry geysera. -
distance of from 20 to 40 feet. All this Into one of them, known a."hell's Poor
has to be done in the rpare of about 80 "
feet of
Back Door, 10,000
HVLLIE, .' FLORIDA. vessel GRADE FERTILIZERS !
seconds, during which the moves line with weight attached bal boon
COO feet. At once yon can see
nearly bottom. St
lowered, without striking -
ff ''RAVEN, that this is an enormous tack. It involves Louis Republic.The Health

the greatest responsibility in a MANUFACTURED DY -

DENTIST, short time that the shipbuilder meets. strangers who go up the railway

FLOIUDA. There is no opportunity to correct er- to Vesuvius, in spite of the long journey & Sudlow
I rors. Every mechanical appliance must (eight hours there and back) and the means so much more than Chapman < ,

lean tide IIutchinBon avenue, near work to perfection, and the manual details high price ('1), number about 10,000 you imagine-serious and

Indian River Hotel.a must be as nicely adjusted as the yearly fatal diseases result from South Jacksonville, Florida. I

of watch. You can launch a vessel
parts a the rule of Life is to be fortified by many friend. trifling ailments neglected.Don't .
build one, on
as you can and ships. To love and to be loved is the For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples
Grown Trees. thumb or the hit or wins plan, yon happiness of existence.-Sydney play with Nature's ,

may not come to grief; but it is beet to greatest greatest gift-health.Brown's .
Smith.
in charge of that
put all thee things Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
--:) Special
MUSS BUDDED CGrapefruit master spirit called science which baa ------ If ye.sve feelln: I

done so much for our physical advancement A Significant Departure. em and of *ont we.... Dralrrg In all kind of Raw Material, inch Kit hulp. 1'otaah, Kalult, CottonSeed

::!II e Seedless in this world, for then yon know .....merely ..t, Meal, Nitrate <>( hoda, rtr., vie.
b... oa appctli ati-mwd In the In three different grletar ,
"Launch and factory
that it will be done properly.- With the departure of another year, .nd caa'l ...ork. Hone ground

nit t and Lemon Trees, ing a Great Vessel," by Franklin Matthews when a review U made of the condition Inc bull the at.oa... .I.k.1'.11.. : Send fur ramphleta and l's lees.

in St. Nicholas. of affairs, It Is only right that some bU tr.nglhenlnf
;---FOR SALE.- thought should be given to the physical Iron medlclB. .hith 1.are I I-
]A* Nl 1 Florida grown. Our stock Bow to lIt the SaceoUnt 0)1&.'". body, which enables everyone to Cattle I /'. Iroa IIi,..
A few bo
argil; by freeze. Buy Florida Select large oysters and have them with life's problem and figure for themselves ter.tin FLORIDA *! BOAT *! WORKS

"o tree better tree. and at leg crabbed thoroughly, then place them in the profit or has on the trial balInce Bitters ifS:: : ,
althancan be had outside of the tin with the round sheet Though the bank account v.ry
in large '
the a '
( I oven
all on or address, shells down to that when may be large and each one's material = .:: ftapleauat
of the
GEO. H. WRIGHT, lido the liquor will not be lost gain be great it would not be surprising W l.ke. West Palm Beach, Florida
Orlando Fla. they open If It suddenly dawns upon many that
,
Ai soon as they do open remove the upper good health baa been greatly!; Impover- It Cures

shell, sprinkle them wit salt, pepper shed by the low condition of the blood.
e
1 B, Stetson University and chopped parsley, add a little It ia In this state that the lactic acid in Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver ..: ;

butter and gene hot as possible on a bed the vital fluid attacks the fibrous tissues, Neuralgia, Trouble., ==

eLand, Florida. of water cress. Oysters served In this particularly the joints, making known. Constipation Dad Blood = CS -3
excellent first course at the local manifestations of rheumalUmThounands
way make an of people have found' In Malaria Nervous allmentj ( =
thin .lic s of e>>
'
o 1 .. If accompanied by
eie Collage, Normal School, dinner the blood .
''Q *n School and Conwrratorr of bread and butter.-Ladi l' Home Hood's Sarapar Ida great purifier Women' complaint: ::-
>iniUtutiiin: of ant rank. Faculty of brown a positive and permanent cure for Get only '. gnulae k.mead 14Unaoej
t'aebe15" !! elegant building*, Journal ___ rheumatism in.wr.ppcr. All otlwr. .f.intWil.tn. "g =:;
Chi rK.ijH of two K M.mp. we cd =
\[W.yrarefwLlt111. Thoroughly .'lulpp.d Petting It rusty. will seed art of T.. B ..tU;.l WwM :::ae 5:
Fair W.... and book-If...
til. 'Apartment of rtiy.lcal Culture, delivered Mr.Blow-:: 51=!
*0 Irlu|| for young meB. Tailor-When yon to MOWN CHCMIOU. ca TI..OIIE."o. >> en ::- c:::::::
t -- Keailinft roum, with :fib:31.rII'I boy's suit, did you call his attention !-t **=
.: Yd' and weekly lee. there whew promised .SorT
\ l' the fact that it was
i ". chemical and iiliyticaJ S C't::
tit 1'It. buil.llnic for Mu.iu ami ? ==
e." and. .t.of .e.tabll.h rcputaHn. : Boy-Yes. sir.TailorWhat. Jver-Profit Paying &a .
% to >ni| term ojxn., Dercmlier. did be ssy? ::c "Cd c:":) tjc
+4logue| giving full lufurHN I ;,:) -. CI:2
I Boy-He said be feta l be liner could Stop it
''> r rORBES, rratlilent.BICCESTP what bad done for '
for yon
t
repay you OAIITATf.t
---- Great C talor> and Bay-
New York Sun.Termagant Get our
him.- T'RSnt
v rid Discos .,rTAT'", era Quid. Well Mod It for 15 .
us. I formerly a quarrel- in to pert POUCor
was 09 COPVVWMTS. e** cents stamps pe
of either 11'1 and Only the tafnnnatln and f.. awlbwli.will.t. ..pr....,.. The book's ..... Floats lumlod out and Kopairod at the lowonll
e' ? Tome person has limited 'Mtmi w. HI iSOAewer. ei.5r /"" laooo UJuatratlon. 40000 uttontiuii Kivtm to ordoi'H.
of gallantry of the men : Oldmt b.nse ,.. r+nr Wt *nee TOO Pagca {uroH. 1'i-onipt
,
lack the word to JU prn ilgnincanoa.Laughter I tterr..y... y al ae.n.tre Yaesout IS.bna"...r.dM.nM Mws MWnt. ...... descriptions In Ue;UUa you. tveryt what ins you that's ought used toper. MtirnatoM given ou all stunts of boats.gent. .

.w meritnueI' or not. (or the Ctlcbrated
I it day. and sobriety U cWdeutifi' 'prOQb frpmmaktrtotuserus Get it.

r. 1 night; a Mlto II the twilight that bov- ttresl.aloa 1.A/M.t paparby.16. One WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
both more bewitchIng I ,, wrrb. : MONTOOMERY WARD ft CO.,

r:.01w IN THE SOUTH ? gently than either between.-H. W. mow' :11'a.:. ass. M..sw.ftraa"._.,..a.a/dr.+YYra'as l'a. -' OrldMtera Alkbljaa d tile Mall Ave.Or,**Chicago.*UtklIllu6 A.. T. ROSE.












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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 20, 1895.



-+{ INDIAN RIYER ADYOCITE. 4- THE social club of Tltusville Is being held to await the action of Christina Books

now a fixture, and contributes the grand jury, at the spring term A BIG STORE.

largely.to the pleasure of many. of the circuit court, which will be An elegant assortment of holiday gift .
.to w..aLY'OUaJlAL DIIYOTIID TO Taa D.va4oea.r '
.
.
or TNa INDIAN aura. LAaawefTH The amusements that such organizations held next April.No books has just been received at Dr. J.
II. Screven's store Titusville.
drug ,
AND et.AVaa aATeaotmNe. afford doubtless deserve a one can say, with any degreeof

place in our lives and time, but it certainty, what the result will

is also well to think of other organizations be at that time. New evidence For Sale or Exchange
Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvllle
that are profitable may be discovered tending to make The Store
I Indian River, Florida. very *; Surprise
and can be made very pleas the case of the state stronger thanat One O-year-old, three-quarter Jerseycow .

FKIDAT. ant as well. Reading clubs, debating present, or, on the other hand, Want, now fresh dry;cow one, or l.year-oltl.teer.will sell for cash. ,

PUBLISHED EVERY societies, and other organ!- circumstances may arise tendingto Address; ERCILDOCNB las,

zations are of great value, and deserve disprove the guilt of the ac Itoseland, Fla.

CHAS. H.WALTON, I-ul.llnlior &: I'roj.rletor.HCXBT encouragement. We were cused. St. Augustine FloridHAS
1. AKTMOIT, Editor. surprised at different places (in the The preliminary hearing was A Boat Lost' ,

coutity, lately visited, to find that conducted by both sides with abilIty
1 r such things were flourishing, and and untiring vigilance, but the Lost, from Indian Hirer hotel wharf, Just been enlarged to Chore than double Its former capactu ,Ri I

Snbucrtptlon.Twelve that, too, in places much smaller ample time which will intervene Tltnsvllle, a ditk-palnted, roundbottomrow throughout, making It the largest as well as the heat ,+,icq,

nionthi '1.30 before the date for the trial boat. The return of, or any I Information
than Titusville. The effect proper
I Btx It '.00 was I concerning same will be suitably Goods and
Up-To-Date Dry
In indictment Is found Clothing Store
Three easily noticeable, and we felt somewhat case an rewarded by
Single copy, JWA at a disadvantage\ to think will enable counsel to prepare their C. F. Fllwllm,

t Strictly In advance. that so little importance is paid to case much more carefully, and one Titusville, Fla.
such things in our town. These of the most Interesting trials ever the State of Florida if not in the South
Give Us Your Mall Orders ,
held in Brevard be
county
are days of advancement, and to may
The above rat** Include the payniwt of pont
i age. BaliMriptloni! can commence toy Mm keep pace with them we must read, relied upon. and will It Is the Intention of the proprietor to keep the largest and best selected ,to f1 and think.CLEVELAND'S. Considerable feeling was l manifested For jewelry or repairing, they
tha study
during year.Oincontlnuanea against Mr. 11 am berg, one be promptly attended to. Large line of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Shoes Carpets Mattings

at arlvU. tnuetbeinade per. of the accused, immediately after alt kinds carried AXTIIONY at West HKOS.Palm, Beach R|

,,,mall, at thl office or h, writing.MKMIIEIt ATTITUDE IN the fire and during the first stagesof West Palm Beach. and FLOOR ART CLOTHS

REGARD TO CONGRESS.The the hearing, but it soon subsided -

Of and everybody seemed anxious Consult James Mott, To be found In the State, and that every nook and corner of the East i oi J

THE FLORIDA PRESS! ASSOCIATION, closing paragraph of President to have the matter consider. enjoy the full purchasing power of their dollar, we have established a

AFFILIATED WITH" THE Cleveland's message expresses ed dispassionately; indeed, a strong Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon
Xattonal Editorial Auociation thft warm solicitude he feels for current of sympathy and friendliness and grape fruit trees, grape vines and l\Inil Ordc.e DCpnl.tJueut.1VI .
Marshal Nlcl roses.
the welfare of the great people who was l manifested toward the accused JAMES :&IOTT.OdaDdo ,

have twice chosen him for their which was quite noticeable Fla. Jr1r

A ) Fr
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, its failure to enact necessary legislation Further responsibility now rests Sloop For Sale. r riI

TIT1MPibLa'FLOaID: I. is due to the fact that its with the circuit court and with a ,

hands are tied by a democratic Jury, and we have every confidencethat For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft;
the prisoners will have all the onnngo, 18 27-100; In first-class condi- iI II Li
president. Grover assures con ion. New sails head-room In cabin
Check,etc.,may he made payalile tofHARLM' gress that he is ready to cooperatewith opportunities the law allows to lest party or trade; boat of her size on 1 I v,eipn''' aaI )

II. WALTON, pntillnher and proprietor. It in perfecting any measure prove their innocence. It is absurdto the river. Price, ."00.00. Apply toE I _

hint at the of C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. i I
--- -- --- promising thorough and practical probability any '
relief. Read his words : violent measures being resorted to. Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she i' u 41111 II I
be *tf
TO THE PUBLIC. At the time the demand may seen
"In conclusion I especially entreat the same people -
people's representatives the congress that the matter be sifted to
For Sale Kent.
In taking charge of the editorial who are charged with the responsibility the bottom, and prepared for disposition or

chair of the ADVOCATE we" not only of and Inaugurating prosperity of measures our common for the country safety, at the next term of the All of block 27, Titusville, Fla., known

realize the responsibility of the to promptly and effectively consider the circuit court. u the Hanson property, just east of Ice
Ill. of our critical financial plight I Bail was fixed at ten thousand factory. This is a very large block of
but also the with
position, facility land all fenced having It a comfortable
upon
have suggested' a remedy which dollars each which should be sufficient -
my a/
which it hag been managed by our house, greenhouse, windmill, 6
judgment I desire however
predecessor, and the high standard to assure the approves.congress that ,I am pre-, to insure their appearanceat piping, a lot of shrubbery, and other
the time. Improvements. Price, $1,0(10.() Will rent
that must be maintained.Our pared to cooperate with them In perfecting proper
other subject to sale, at $H.OO per month.
beet endeavor shall be to any measure promising Apply to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort
thorough and practical relief, and thatI
maintain an honorable fearless Protect Yourselves Against FireIf Pierce; or to Bobbins & Graham, his .AIL : :
will gladly labor with them in every RDERS.
and impartial policy, forgettingour patriotic endeavor to further the Interests attorneys, Titusville, Fla.
and the welfare of you are about to build, send to J. R.
guard our countrymen
personal advantage or emolument Without harder deal
exception, are to with than others.
whom In our respective placesof Smith, Jr., & Co., 1J8: East Bay street, Wanted-Hotel Management.The any Knowing
in the general; good of our duty we have undertaken. Jacksonville, for prices. They will treat we make a specialty of filling them. Out-of-town people In want of something

section. In trying to be honest OKOVKK CLEVELAND, you light. See ad. on 5th page. the above lines, who "want It quick," and want It right and want it cheap |
of small medium-
ourselves we hope to find a ful management or drop line Address
us a
Executive Mansion, Dec. 2, 1305. sized hotel in Florida. Have had a life ,
crum to encourage honesty wherever A Deed of Land experience In the hotel business. Can

it may be found, and to strikeat THE RECENT FIRE. PRELIMI- bring first-class northern white help, T"W.. E S'J:' E S ,
dishonesty no matter where seen A deed was filed In the county clerk's very reasonable. Have had two years

or by whom indulged# In. NARY HEARING.The office, Jacksonville, the first of the week, experience In managing Florida hotels Proprietor of the Store
from the Florida East Coast Hallway -l.tst season on Indian m ver. Married, Surprise ,
As to politics, we will say thatwe company to J. II. Andrew., conveying middle-aged and a hustler. One of
consider a paper untrammelledand destructive fire has been an the southwest quarter of the northwest many references, editors of this paper. ST. AUGUSTINE, FI

unfettered only when it is free absorbing topic among our :people, quarter of section 7, township, south Address: T. W. MtCKEAKV,
of range 28 east, containing forty acres. Hotel James, Ashtabula, Ohio. -------- ,
from all local cliques, combinations not only in Titusville but at all
politician or politicians, and points along the river for the past The consideration was $iO. JAMES PKITCHARD, President; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President
:Notice. W. M. BROWN Cashier.
its worth is to lie measured by its week. Though the disaster was ,

independence in such\ matters. serious, it is true, its permanent Christina Festival The regular annual meeting of stockholders .
To the many friends who have effect upon the town of Titusvillemay of the State Bank of Eau Gallic, INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!

written and spoken congratulationswe not prove injurious. At the St. Gabriel's Episcopal Sunday school for the Election of Directors and other
will hold their Christmas festival at the business, will be held on the second
extend our cordial thanks. To same time, some of our citizensmet Opera house, on Tuesday afternoon, Monday in January, 1800, between the (Incorporated under the Law of the State of Floi'Ida.)
the ADVOCATE'S friends that do not ;with heavy individual losses. 1>oc. 24th, at three o'clock. A Christmas hours of nine a. m. and three p. m. of
know us, we hope to become deserving It appears that Mr. O'Brien, who tree and appropriate exercises will said day, at the said bank office in Eau Authorized capital $ : 001

of trust, and merit a shareof lost his life as a result of the conflagration 1m held. All who are interested in the Gallic, }'III. Paid up capital), $25,
Sunday school and Its work are cordially WM.: TKEUTLEB,
their patronage, to help support was an extremely worthyold Invited to be present. Bring your babies lS-5t Vice-president. Average deposits, $300,{
us in making a good piper. man and highly respected by and let them have a good time.
all who knew him. It has been

said that his death was due to the 'cw Advertisements.! Cook and Chambermaid Wanted Transacts a General Ban

ONE of our prominent business risk he took in re-entering the Wantod first-rate cook and chamber-

:anen of good judgment and verac- burning building. The fact remains Attention Is drawn to the new ads. maid In a hotel on Indian Kiver. Must 'g 1 Business.

Jty, went down to West Palm teach that he is sleeping his last of the Windsor l hotel, Jacksonville: City be white.
:last week. One thing, he says, sleep, and but for the fire would, hotel and I'almetto hotel, Daytona, In Address ADVOCATE: W. W. Office W., Largest and Oldest! Bank on the ;

4hat struck him forcibly was that in all \ be this Issue. Also the ad. of C'li.is. Blum ,
probability, living to day. Titusville, Fla.
& Co. J.tcksonvUlo who is DIRECTORSJAaPRITcHAKO.WB.
offering
out of the large number on the of the
Many buildings
destroyedwere Inducements for Christmas I'ft
special to RAa.) (
train, much the largest portion bad untenanted, some of them in those who need tine wines and liquors; 1 t at the National Bank of J ik. >miilelU'HKtc

left the train before Dade countywas sad need of repairs. and J. S. :Smith, Jr., & Co., dealers in CIIAS. BLUM & CO. Mue-Prerldent), W. B, UBAHAH N aU i in'.' Hlackionvllle

reached. These are straws Messrs. Brady and Avera, the brick, lime, cement, plaster, hair, etc., Known
but they show that Itrevard is not live merchants of US East Bay: street, Jacksonville. t __ COBREBrOJ PF>T-
principal whose Send for prices if you need brick or any JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Seaboard National Bank "if Ne* '
being given the go-by. We are not places of business were destroyed of the above goods.ItUcajno. National Bank of JacknocviHeFLORIDA
inclined to envy Dade county's advantages except Simon Hamberg have 1 iL'1"'''4LLE FLAB

but we wish it known found safe aad suitable quarters SPECIAL! INDUCEMENTS.,
Hay.
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that ttrevard has as many, and we elsewhere. Circumstances tend to

cxpeet to have them recognized. show that }lr. Hamberg would not :Mr. and Mrs. It. K. McCormick and FOU YOUR- EAST COAST RAILWAY SS

have remained permanently in TI. Mr. and Mrs. Will McCormick have arrived
tusville. Julius Kline found and taken winter quarters in
accommodation up "
Ik our recent excursions to different Xmas Trade.
in the store recently their cottage home on the grounds of the Land Departme:
parts of the county, we hate Peacock Inn, says the Citizen correspondent
seen things tbat encouraged us in used by Anthony tiros. It was H. 1C. McCormick from
thinking of the future of our coast! Matters might have been much whom Mr. Klagler; purchased the site for Baker Whisky reduced from.. '..110 to f 3.SOLewi If you wish to purchase land for :Stock ranch, General Farming. Fnn- "

country. The ill winds of a rear worse. A strong wind from the the Royal Poinclan. lie In turn pur.cbl8etf .'M reduced frum .. 5.00 to 4 00 lug, Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot, anywhere between hi iu1t; ,
north or a dry period a fine water front on liiscayne l WeWlngton Rye reduced from 2.00 to tJO
or two.ha..e blown over us, but out precedingthe Day, upon which he is planning to builda Land of Flowers reduced from 175 to 2JW and Miami, call on or address the undersigned.
of them have come to us some fire, would have undoubtedly handsome residence that will exceedIn Miller Bye reduced from .... I.IS to 1 JOrsbliiet
good. The lessons of economy, of resulted in destroying some of the elegance, so it is reported, his Lake Rye reduced from.... 2.00 to 175 ::y; Special, terms to actual settlers.
brick buildings-perhaps all of Worth home which was for several Gins, Rums and Corn Whisky, the same
improving our opportunities of said I to be the finest JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commission",
them. As to the origin of the fire, yean private residence reduction In comparison. ,
changing our thoughts and attentions
In Florida. He has his new lot
that is in the hands FJ
matter
of the
ST. AUGUSTINI
businesslike cleared and
to more methods many rare plants have al
all of which are best learned courts. ready been set out, and are now thriving
in the school of We do not know that Mr. Ham nicely. The sight for the building commands California Wines.....
necessity, are being
berg or his partner had enemies quite an elevation, affording a
eagerly applied. Our resources any magnificent view of the bay. ASPHALT ROOF PAINTGround
are many, and to assure ourselvesof or of of persecuting any one who them was, but desirous Claret Port,, Sherry Muscatel, Angelica, *I

success we need but to work.
there was a universal demand that Sad Accident on the East CoastLine $1.00 Per Gallon. In Pure
the origin of the fire be ascertainedif Agents Waste
Oil, Red Brown
THE newspapers and some 1'1'0.i possible, and if it should be and> Write for Samr
i and
pie especially Mr. Cleveland' proven beyond a reasonable doubtto Quotations given on Imported Sherries, highest
Mr. iideon Colquhoun, of Spruce Ports, Madeiras, Rhine Wines, Bur- ,
Grade Prices,
friends and parasites, and perhaps be the work of an incendiarythe limit, was run over and Instantly killed bundles, Clarets, Cognac Brandies in Black.
himself-are becoming exercised punishment should be made to by a height train, a few miles north of bulk and In glass, and everything connected Asphaltum. Catalogue
over the proposal of a third term fit the crime. St.!! Lucie postolhca on the afternoon of with and in the line of liquors.

for him as president. We think Our zeal for justice no matter Friday last. the l.tth inst. It appears TheM prices are only for the Xmas FOe PAINTINGTIN : : :
that the
unfortunate gentlemen wasI trade, and will\ be discontinued after
this is useless for many reasons what our suspicions are, will cause I)Inl between the rails, and was not seen January 1, 181MJ. Always send IRON and
your SHINGLE and
Neither the traditions of the past our, people_ to weigh carefully all by the I'njflnt'Cr-to whom no blame at money with your order. ROOFS, Factory, Farm -
nor the circumstances of the prea.ent the evidence, and to appreciate a t..lle.-untll too late to prevent a portion We would further Instruct our country .

warrant any such. Good precedents strict legal result. The preliminary It I I.of conjectured the train from that the pawing deceased over him.had 1st*!friends, we will that remove on or before to the January handsome 1, road Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges, Fences and

on this question have been hearing attracted a large audience either fainted while walking along the Adams block, on West Day street, next Iron Work of Kind
established by Washington Jefferson to the court house, and able track, or had fallen and been stunned by to El Modelo cigar factory, where we every

and Jackson, men as able and efforts were made by the prosecu striking his bead on one of the rails. will be pleased to meet all old as well as Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ft
Mr. t'olquhoun was the third sun of new customers.Chase Roofing, and all
as much wanted as Mr. Cleveland tion and by the defense to bring the late Dr. Archibald Colquhoun of kinds of

who declined the idea. Aside out every little point of the evidence Edinburgh, Scotland a distinguished Blum & Co. Roof: g Supplies V-X-
from this, the purity of politics, tending to show the originof East Indian officer and one of the few FROM

the continuance of our institutions the fire. The hearing of the survivors of the lint Cabul campaign The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,
and was a brother of Mr. A. C. Colqu -The ADVOCATE don't cost you three
and the general good of the country last four days closed Wednesday houn, the well-known traveler In China, I cents per week, postage Included, when Manufacturers of AspUltnm, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,

demand. differently. night, and resulted iu the accused Illdo bllla and MubonaUnd. Uken by the year. e ;3200 to 3300WI11iamabu-g An., Richmond. V<





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i\; I! promise your wife another year of life. FATHER'S' PRESENTS.Why his hands, settled himself back com-I us ever again thoughtlessly] used the I

I' .' You may po 'in and see her" lie *MB tlBM; hesght They Were fortably In his big chair: and his dear old man's things.-American Ag TOE PASSIH6 YEAR

''i; He went Into the sick; chamber, and Jut Little Toe ItrfoU I twinkled more than nero riculturist.ConeernlBg.

\ 1tl physicians nurses and all left the two They were talking about Christmas "VNell, let's see," he went on, in a ruminating Keaolatkms.He .

, husband and wife-.alone together. presents, the girls and mother and I, manner"doyou remember the -I made a lot of good resolutions lrr ti ,ev
In ,the midst of her suffering she when father came in. Then we changedthe dozen hem-stitched han'kerchlefs that lost .

" I II found courage to smile subject just a little bit, because you gave me last Christmas Leny? year.Sheot at all. They were all bad.

r "It is my Christmas gift," she whispered It was father's IltelMnt.e'e were IgueMlusedoneof'emjustonce. Someway He How do you nlake that out? iRtt .

1 "and jpurs.e shall have discussing Father sat down by the or other (with a genial, impartial She-They wouldn't] keep.Chicago I
twelve months more of life and happiness : stove and rubbed his hands-he had glance at the company), Leny and Nell Tribune'
together.. God is very good to us, i just been out at the barn-and a queer have been "Tlnln' of 'em and I've been

," darling." expression slowly settled upon his feat tisln of Leny and Nell's old torn,stainml Thing Oo by mtr.riea

Terhaps people who did not have' ures. ones. He, he, I don't know Jest how't "The contrariness of human nature 0 %. '1 liT should we mourn the
find and and "he but It's facts Then do Is of the most remarkable phenomena o t dying year'
: enough to eat Christmas day may "Say. mother Ned girls was, a Ned one Q.
, i It In their hearts to give this man and I said "I don't want any on ye to get you remember the compass you got me possible" mused Rev. Dr Thirdly, .:-: What love or hath cheer It brought of
Tea .
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y* joyous New ----
fit- bells, That I* not our to keep alwayT
\ Ring out the old ring In the Why meet the coming year with fear
n.wl What can It bring of toll or tear
It Bferh brawn throat triumphant swells, HOW SANTA CLAUS GOT A FALL. That shall not bless aim Its day(
A. If, old bells, 'twere much to you.
the
Th passing year- year In view
II' 'Tbl happy, merry, gladsome tlm., BY FRANK B. VELCH. Alike to God' good purpose true,
I, Tw're ringing In with joyful chime. Our heart. In clearer light win" own

, 1 t I'erhaps'tis so, so long)'ou'".hung.Bo A tory'i related about Santa Cats Dear Santa wu perched on a high,wabbly stool The: goodiet went flying all over the room They go they come, w*will and not*lib-
wait harvest by
1 long In that old steeple gray How he once got a terrible faO At he worked at his task to pleasant, At the tree fed on poor Santa't pate, There Which fleeting a year for u*have by, sown
Ifethlnks each
'J t;, Is glad to tell Iron Its tale clanging to-day tongue While out on his regular Christmas trip, Determined that everyone \baI1a the house Frightening Tabby from her cory nap -n. )f. Offord, In N, Y ObrenerHoliday .

I Bach ringing iwlngtng, tuneful bell With his gifts for hi* little friends oH| Should receive a nice Christmat present I On the rug at the tide of the grate Attention...

t I I It* twelve month tale would gladly teBA And a tad fall it wu for the dear old soul!- He merrily laughed when he thought of the Joy It wa a great pity such ruin to see "My dear you're looking very tired tonight
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I nappy twelvemonth 'twas to some; If the story about it fa I tI'U4 To hit dear little friend it would be, At was strewn there all over the floor. ,"
'I' Alas! that 'twas not so to all (That mean a Chrlsma cloak.)
''1 ( Bat joy and grief alike must come V/hkh doubtless It U-however, IT1 tell When early next morning they all got up Misfortune to dreadful I'm sure never came 111 get your slipper and your pipealight"

Into each life some rain must fall. This unique Christmas story to you. And beheld the magnificent bee. Any Christmas to Santa before.
; 0'". tolling, rolling, heavy bells, (That'. business!' and no joke!)
" r' Bow sound your deep-toned knells
Solemn 'You'll kill yourself If you keep working
:you've life,you've rung for death, tar'That!
it The rd"I lay, and last sad rite ( epeech Is bound to win!)
Ton v* sped the old years parting breath.And Iii, 'OarllnR, I could not live It you should
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welcome oft the New Year bright a I t'tly"tot col"
Tou clanging. twanging, noisy bells d .' y..+ (That means a diamond pin,)
i That each a different story teilsi"t 14 I 4 i '
\ P V, I I V "I've had the girl make just the nicest
i But oh, your maddest blithest tune, ,a tea!"
1 Your gayest, brightest, sweetest lay I I N4 +, ii.I M i" tl ', ''talk, ''I ull Ilk' I (My head has fallen back!)
;'t* Tou chime from June to sequent June 1' y l Ill + I I sy ll, i I ypi" ;I I I t l l I v' lug y4tlwIt' t "The kind you liked best when you mar
I On ev'ry happy wedding day, tPilp4, "' i"f! III W9pl I y it q ''i r+ i + lt,' P Pto I nod me!"
i Then trilling, thrilling. blithely swells > I uiJ li h I Itl*1 its /' P I II yd '1 d ,'' I ,p !I ",mi 4 Mercyl a fur-trimmed sacquo'!)
Your pan glad, oh, marriage bells I u '+ ja b Wi l
r %I m q'' ; Ili t 9 Poor, tired! dear! I'll rub head for
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,< But, dear (ld bells whate'er your song. Ill'x' IP V ttr.t I r you!"
I Though sad or merry be your lay, J I 9. a 1. (In mute despair I look)
H, r.loved you well my whole life long "* r lf 'u : l ; iP h ? ,' prN lGP"" t"' I''M I 11 When I go .shopping be tired too!"
i III love you till my dying day t
t ., er'i'I (That means-mv pocketbook!)
'i dulcet bells, N +
You rippling, rhythmic Atlanta
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3 Wherein world of music dwells i II h I h +
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CHRISTMAS.
f y Ni yr 1 lea I Ih I I P I 1 I I I (I I!, IIh 1 I 4 Wh popularity with his uncles and aunts
raeta Which That This Holiday I* % tt t f P I that his mother was compelled to calla
I'f' ChrUt Birthday. t halt on her too-indulgent brothersand

4 \ Is to-day the veritable anniversary of + 9 r4 sisters who, she claimed with Ju<'
the birth of Jesus of Nazareth? It la .1 .I ,1 tire were spoiling the youngater with

N I a question often asked but never quite their reckless generosity and rendering

I tl\ sati.factorfyanswered./ Reverent predisposition ? 1 him heedless of the value of property

i'' can always find sufficient w'Tu "U h v. do you know" she said to one
#I l' evidence to answer yes', while it 1* to bert '+lh of the too-indulgent aunts, to whom

noted that the question of itself implies e t LI u'let she wan explaining her trouble, "the
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Men have even stood in pulpits with j VI R I \ery Christmns"

to little enough to do to devote an hour's Oh, momma!" exclaimed the young!

1 f oratory to the disproof of it. It Is quite person in question" more than that. 1

t.. ,t as certain that Jesus was born on the w r received sixty-two presents"

r J{ 25th of December as that Augustus r a vr a "Well I knew it was a great many,"
I 'i, the emperor under whom he was born, sighed his mother, "but I wanted to

;. wan. born in the sixty-third year before keep on the safe side I tried not to exnggerate .

]aim. or that Tiberius, the emperor .".

J I under whom he died, came into the "No." remonstrated Master Joe, in a

.' world forty-two years, one month and t'c patronizing tone; "but jon should try
,. nine days before him. That is to say,It 1 not to exsmallerateeither.Ilarper'sMagazine.
t la the decent habit of the world to accept ;4 .
what testimony, tradition and history HL
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have to offer concerning the birthdays
I Johnny Jones was one of the children
of the great and therewith be con1

tent.It is certain that as early] as the year y : : : 6 I whostillhavefaithlnSantaClaus.days before Christmas he. entered Two the
I village store and naked for a pair of
+ versnlly 150 the date recognized we now among celebrate Christian was uni I stockings. .

II i without a question as their Saviour's 4 .a I "What size do you 'ant?" Inquiredthe

j natal daj That fact alone is all-suf. salesman
r 1 t ficient for succeeding generations. If : "\bout number twenty"en id Johnny.

i all records and allusions to the date of i ; "But my little man )'011 can't wear
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!; the birth of George Washington were : anything larger than n four.
i I H r to be blotted from all American writ. "YP" but I ain't going to wear them,

I't-'j ings earlier than 1000 it would be sufficient Day after to-morrow is Christmas"-
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I for posterity that at the, begin'

C ring of the twentieth century the 22d f rl i it A Christmas Bong
j oU'ebruar.waa universally recognized. i r While stars of Christmas shine,
and that the day was observed as a legal ldt Lighting the skies
holiday Thin is the best foundation t It only loving looks
{ 4 Beam from
r your
'+ we have for the authenticity of Decenv ,ry1'M eyes
't'[r' While bells of Christmas ring
r ber 25 as the birthday of Jesus
Joyous and clear,
f : In the year 140 St. Justin Martyr,the Speak only happy words.

I first great Christian apologist,said that All mirth and cheer
the best record extant of the birthdayof i
a Give only loving gifts.
was to be found in the archives A
'F And In love take
e 4 :
at Rome. Addressing the and 9r .r : c Gladden
| emperor + III the poor and sad
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Roman senate, be Aid "here Is a car. I-1- \ ', 91 r4 4. tSIwl For love s dear sake

t taro village in the land of Judea, distant s c 7 ,1 a 1j ft Emily Poulsson In St. Nicholas.

,, thirty-five Media from Jerusalem + : II Almost at Hint
in which Christ Jesus was born as ye e :+ h "What did you get for your Christmas

can learn from the enrollments completed '" asked, a bachelor of a married

: tinder Cyrentus, your first procurator r t friend."I .
in Jerusalem. In the year 200 II got a holiday hint from my w ife,"
Tertulllan said the same thing "Fl. he replied with a sigh that made Ms

nally,concerning the census enrollment 4 I IA pocketbook squeak.
rJ of Augustus, which the Roman archives "What was It r

t preserve as a faithful witness of the M "A cardboard bearing the lascrlp-

Lord's nativity" Any man in the nineteenth i A Aso ''y.dn I IT lion 'The Lord Loictli a Cheerful
century who wants more expllcit Giver.. "Texan Sifting.
,
I proof of A matter that is not of
A Calculating Boy.
great vital moment anyway roust have ;t "I think. Tomm,.." saW Mrs HarlemRiver
his mind scheme In which
in r.
a private M that
I shall put you into long
t the rest-of the world have
t, can no possible troupers
scat t pretty soon""Not
interest.-Detroit Evening News. ? t Y. a,
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l: ,>i )' rrt now, nia not until after Christ
1 man
,
ig THEIR CHRISTMAS GIFT.
"Why not now?"

; only a T.-K- of Life, Bat It "Ilecnuse you know I'll have to go>
Brought UappbMM k tl ,,,: II I into short stocking, and they don'thold

, She had lain for six months in the big I much."-Texas Siftings.A .

I t white bed in one of the upper rooms of
Ii Michigan avenue house. Her husband i Urn MUC4.Fiddle .
a -Christmas: la all humbug. 1didn't
was rich they were both
young get what I expertfd, and I knewI
each other. One month
il and th..lo"ed
shouldn't.Faddl1.
L ago the family physician bad taken the
with It's a
aside and broken the news tq agree :you.
Husband humbug, I got Just what I didn't expect
j a* only a good physician .
and I knew I would. :-Boston
j _can. Old Santa had climbed, with a fine Christina tru., But.alas I poor Santa, hissmikwas soon changed Th tumble h. got dida't bother him much Transcript. '

"It is a malignant growth," he said, Down a chimney at just twelve.o'clock. To a comical grimace of pain For it happened he landed Just right

, \ Ilnall.1 can hardly be mistaken And decked it all over with gifts and toy For,leaning far back on hi shaky perch But sorry indeed wa Santa to tee A Hint.I .

I ..' about that. I em afraid my dear fellow Using up a good past of hit stock| A good view of the pretties to gala AD around him to sorry a sight wish..you try while a mercy we're Chrttmatlt repeating ,

t that she cannot live many weeks. There were soldiers and doll-oabiea,gun and boob The jolly old soul lost his balance and fell The damage Wall great but he quickly The dear ld-fahaMd greeting.
I And to them in this situation the repaired To
l add a kind UM Mi ..;
t'j
;. I day before Christmas wa ushered in. Hinging sfl about over the tree. To the floor with a hombk crash Everything that wu Injured at all, And make the wish a ikased fact

:I' All day lo tho big room three doctor And little wax candles of very hue. And grabbing the tree brought it down on Us head And out on his Journey he wad forth again -Tout!.'.Companion.

. J t had ben moving about noiselessly.ACCOM BaIda candles u thkk u Could lie. With a toy-ltrcsking, ruinous tnuih. None thc worse for his terrible fill Still N ..M..

, !i I the hallway the husband sat before Wife-I am afraid dearest you have
j a desk pretending, whu' anyone ----- given me such a big Christmas you

I tame Into the room, that howrending woman something of that tender pity, me any present. Taint no use. you for a birthday present last June? It "When I was a bachelor my female haven't anything left for yourself

.. In reality he was rating his heart which after all binds mankind into one know."Why." was a nice little compass and I guess parishioners brought in on an average Husband-Ob, yea. I still have the
d!I out with aaxletv and the knowledge great family with ttt bonds of human father!" said Lena In an aggrieved a feller about your size thought so.too seven pairs of slippers every Christmas. tab end of my cheek book. Truth.

I t that one he h>|rd was passing throughthe sorrow and human suffering.-Chicago voice, "we always get you useful for he's been a- sln' of It ever aence Now that I am married and have several The Messes Way

i valley ol the shadow and. be power- Tribune. presents don't wet I don't myself Then, let's see. there was the silk: han'- children in oematooal need of chas "I guess I know why 8aU Clan

'1 less to belp. believe la things that are not useful. kerchief that mother give me at birthday tisement I never receive single pair." baa rafei-d.*rV said Js.\. "So Ifthere'a

t The evening wore slowly on Into the A Happy TbMght. Father's ryes twhikled "Yes," he and I put it away choice-like, and Judge rain instead of snow they eaa

{' t night" and just as the midnight bilks How good It la for those who are bereaved said, "but I sometime think they are the furst thing I knew, Leny was get here joct the same" Harper'*

If brald d the coming of the happy h4 H- and sorrowful that our Christian Jut a little too useful you know" neurlu it Inside her jarkrt Yce, m\' -Let no pleasure tempt thee DO ambition > llaiarTohnnie_

day one of the soft-footed doctors"* festivals point forward and upward Nell shrugged her shoulder Impatlentlv present art all useful a let'tic bit too corrupt thee. no Trample easy -
quietly' Into his 1'00II\ its well aa Backward; that the eternal but mother said Let father user 11, on'l>be; See thpo at. dun th.ru do an\ thill!! \,hld'l thon k After tYta.e..
no west .
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Is is
The' operation has ben II u joy to which we are drawing ever nearer [ have his little Joke What is it this w"" to he e> il I; so nhalt than ntway |live| -I wonder ..by papa

be said. "The patieat ha euful"I U linked to the earthly Joy which... time father" rat he"''. itett present. had his name jolhly, for a good conscience to a contteuaj I cross J'Ndd..ll.yhe left him

t led from the shock I think .pawed away.Mrs. Chattel. The old gentleman having warmed written es ese-h of them, and none of'i raristmas. ejamJa Franklin r a Wit.-Tnrth.t1 Santa Han

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(Wonder it dat robe am stlckln dnn ole ye I frotdun wlf >rhoahn, ".:bcoDI! tj-erdoln'ir I do bald" he added, with a knowing :

f rent undah my dress any whar.)" ," resuming his lazy pufllng. "Why, lookin' undah dc wInk "I seed de hull performance 'I
"It am freeiin' now, shuah 'nulT opened the door, placing the conse." f row d*windah. I

I'se dun gittln ready fur de thaw lain on a bench while she did no, "What yer want ler gt 1101..In' *(10 way, ye fool nlggah."Aunt Chloe

"Wal, go long an' glf de hatchet. the pan up again, and In her nn' Ie( '(..-in' iiniluli tie ImM fur? laughed grind nstumlly.MI. "I doan' keer. 1 k 'r y
be out dar In mlnnit"" Sung both pan and contents In }'C'r jintm tin' rroauhi' like ; It's a fryarmcnt no grra'msn need be
"Doan ye see I'se got de out In the yard. 1>111"'" nuifln di\r." shamed UI'm glad yet pleased If ye

my hsn'?" was her chance. She controlled 'cs, bwt dar am, tlilor-.}\ did iro apy n' roun'. An I kin say 1'ee!
"Well, sposln'you hab! I kalnt : chuckleand exclaimed passel Ct' IIlImC;,,'. an' 1'...- IT I lawful takin wlf dis cheer. He,he,fits I
dla heel fur no snow drippins dat'11 de Ian sake, }:ben, If I didn' git der broom han'le an' rake it IDO.' on! good as de drensln sack, an'
cum twill Jonl"ar,.. J..' shct : the dishpan out. It's powerful "Ye fool nirgahl| yore Dot I MisMsy's dun saint er punk In pie,so! iiia
cole doar, an' wait twill I takes a an' IV 'fraid ter get It. Yell Kv ter do no wwb. tlngt list am won't her tar use de coat ter clar my

". Bother years have clipped mesh stitches. Wat fur you com an' pick It U\| ,ole man" U. ony a ole puna..in'let Miss skyerts uv liahlnV
away. as slips the flower aide? Stay out on de poach yer gvttln mush an' moan me) fur de Chrismun dinnab. ,In the pleasure and excitement the

with(hands. sheath held out we grasps will ye.** ,, every day Ye know us well rolled it op In red flannel ter exchange of presents Uncle Eben came
Dx pct more the Father Bend. "What's de mattah wlf you, bawn dat I'M' too stiff w if de frum f reeiin", Never could her near forgetting the few chickens and 1

... fly, HM thinks .(or length of da,.. Does ye want me ter freeze terdeff ter go prolin 'round in de fur ye"-Yore sills snoopln' -gobblers" a brisk holiday had left
for toy that comet with breath "Dar's no fish heah an'I wants fur an old dish pan. I'll Jes hole up olfen your hunkers an'cum and the fact that they must be fed only I
book and happy work for
for children home and and for friend.. do persactly what yer told. an' ye kin dun get de pan ,er- (spec dat man '11 make.a occurred to him.when Aunt Chloe hadgene1
"Fur Qawd sake, woman, I'se outen me before he gits that down cellar Intent upon the
il in the mldnlfht and: th. frost wt ..pedtbeoldearout at yer heahtlesa conduction ub ye kin be mos' lawful agger back.)" stuffed pickles and rich preserves she '!L l IIRI8TMAS again, and wean

in the daylight and the glow wo bid You's er gittin sassier an'harder suratimes. Dar's no connnoda- Uncle Eben grumblingly ol had prepared months ago for this day, sitting here' ; ,
in
the New Year In I er long wit ebery day" erbout ye. A man dat'll M'n' his silence soon reigned in the It wn not cold and the old darky, We've claimed a few short moments for
nt king Is deadl I Long live the klngt-'tls out In de dark when he knows she's : broken onjy by Aunt proud of his new possession sallied out our own.Just 8
shout as we have, dear heart for many a
eye the'tis clamorous with mirth and: hope the "Got him outen doahs an' de ter deft uv hoodoos Is no gem' and Eben's more feeble t. the poultry yard arrayed In ita vivid year. '
And new-born ever reigns begin. shet any way, he, he, 111 jes hebe .** ment. splendor In his pride and vanity at And so with brimming hearts we alt- '

gyannent unner de bald. "'. no hoodoo kin work dis time a The nest day was a busy one the elegance of his appearance, he un- alone
yet may wait of car or grief today
rat cannot tell. Come rest your head upon my shoulder ,'i
we year another start, another dear, ,
Another to do And let your heart pour out Us joy andsorrow ,,
chance lleth closest to our hand God loves l.t., v
flat m, all Is well. For these two .1.ters.N as strangelynear :-
HrJainlng\ fear. we greet the year,whose
first white leaves are'new. As yesterday Is close upon tomorrow

jltrgtret E. Bangster.Harper's Basar. Your hair Is gray, dear heart and mine Is,

jlmnleboy's letter to Santa Claus But too.the world Is not; our eyes still seek
!Deer) Santa Claus If you could bring I the light
/patent doll to dance and sing Our willing bands still find some work to
,
A dye-pound box of caramels r do. -
AMt of reins with silver bells; ; ICIa Our ears still hear some music to delight
hI fiy4f
in elephant! that roars and walk.. A ,1 el d+ I w tl I Life has been sweet dear heart. for you I
.
i-ownle:: doll that laughs and talks, and me,
Agumming-tOp that I can spin ,r Guided In many dark and doubtful way
keep treasures fly the Unlit that never was on land or sea.
A desk to my ;
Of Him who gladdened earth on Christ

A boat or two that I can sail l oygi Fed I4" rP q ll a-AlfredtoddardinletroitFree mas day Press.
A dog to bark and wag his tall 1i ,. w M1 ir'r' Y Ya.
A pair of little bantam chicks I
A< seal; of tools, a box of trick.; The MMg of the New Year
I asked the New Tear for some motto
AKarlet suit of soldier's togs 'Wl'.t.Som. "
A ip1" ir and net for catching frogs, rule of life with which to guide my
bicycle and silver watch. feet;
A pound or Iwo of butterscotch; I asked, and paused; he answered soft and

imall toy farm with lots of trees low":0001'. will to know."

A run to load with beans and peas a.. "Will knowledge then suffice, New Year'" ;
and music-box
orange a "
rn I cried
A double set of building-blocks .r ,v u, :
I 111 y \. qI I II And, ere the question Into silence' died.
!If jrou will bring me these, I say + y e ye The answer camel "Nay, but remember, ?'
Before the coming Christmas day. I 1 I + too
tort I of think perhaps, that I'd J Y God's will to do." l
Bt pretty nearly satisfied. I yGI
-Harper'.Young People.VSPEC Once more I asked; "Is there no more to '
tell r'
--- And once again the answer sweetly fell
I "Test this one thing all other things ,
yr rA r above, e

ft.t r Y %* ,w i ytJyp I God's will to.Christian Work. '

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Ebenll be mo ah dan sadab'I t
pleasedwlf de present rae a makv I
in him dls yeah. He'll look like
When Santa Clans sees that layout he r,
,perfik gem'man shuah nut in dls will surely be touched.-Truth.
lag red robe wlf de passel o' tttripesidecuffs ----
and collah.Miss May d on guv A Time of True and lead Will
de Bluff ter make it-brcss her haht In the mind of Christendom the
-iII'de cawd an' tassels for de waist. Christmas season has for centuples been
"De honey chile Is mahrled now, an' set apart as a time of peace and goodwill y

ir'i anuvver Miss May a toddlin roun' : among men. To the religious .
t i floah, an' she's got her mammy's feeling originally prompting this distinction ;
1ilil1' has been added a sentiment
eyes aD'yaller hair y
> er f t cultivated by the social customs andusages '
nn an'me'ud a bin in de pore house F ,
h 1 1 of the people of all Christian
R
If ago ef it hadn't been fur Miss May. +
? f- ) ands. It Is the time otgift'makingot ,
bile de ole man won't cum in 'twlll I -
reconciliations, of reunions, of the
l.'b A1J
iii tde collah facia sewed down. til )
overcoming of resentments, and the y
-dun den an' I kin hlng it up hind de 4'
I Ir
burying of feuds and enmities. It I.the .
td
unner my ole speckle dress. lie, ::k'
k lEben'll nevvah know it am will +yq r a 7 season when men try harder thanat
A any other time to cultivate the spiritof
iriamus mawnin. I spec he'll Jes
happiness and It Is because
**i his an' roll 'em as ef he war M peace.
eyes ( we
1Uy a q 'r of this effort because of this prevalent
feeling that the Christmas season isgenerally
\\ind in some
cums powerful strong: associated with what tatendeff'lIt.
111.| roun' de doah, an' it's mighty bad sweetest and holiest Inhuman

Eben's rhumatlz, but dis gyarraent life, that It is so pleasant always uv
good and long an"U keep him ID anticipation and so delightful inecollectfon.
elm when he's nmokin his colin cob Who can doubt each
Ire ober in de cohnah. I'se mighty recurring Chrlstuiastlde does leave
;b4 Miss May stahted us In de poul- the whole world positively better than

'I1 ,lines: Doan' hab ter eat rab- It found It a gentler kindlier spirit
U!' yeah; we'ae pine ter hab rons' among men,more love, more sympathy
bkey' Miss May-he, he- Miss all the world somewhat further along
by the nodded rousterus like de ud- towards the day when war shall be no

b day an' say 'Aunt Chloe. yer T more and the peace of God shall reign t
**1'B" min' erbout de
plum puddln'an' throughout the earth Christian
Bi"wi:' pie fur yer Chrlsmus dlnnah. IVork. ,+
*. I know dat gall Dar'll be a big I
*Ut down heah on de cabin ftoah : New Tests 1II.tlo,
***'.yer bawn,an' It'll cum jes when One through vow will not suffice the long year
I
tabs am blinkln' out Chrlsmus ebe. .w- 4 f On. prayer a twelve-month's needs may
"Huh! dar cums de ole man 1 IIalntUa 4 s not allay: 'ry
time to (it dls robe bin de bald. : Crown every morn with pure resolves new
I And live each day.Frank.day as though 'twere NewTear's

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ter boledat ole woman, an'dsr's Du1l1a1&bun husband and wife Uncle Eben forgot that the color of his
t Eben., I's dun" rally our own yawed" a thrifty trade all day In his was. the one that male turkeys w !

boahd up hole DOW It den,an'stop" I Chloe eyed her liege with Illy yard,and Aunt Chloe was buallu disapprove of.Instsntly ,
WaL. up I k.lnt' druv dot contempt fully a minute but with the preparation a feast then was a whir of many
like an ole hen.condueshlns. I bleeb not disturb her husband In the old darkles only I allowed' wings, and every gobbler I 1 ill I 1 1I
r In fur yer I want yer He smoked away and abe WM year. the lot was upon him. I
'strscted.
pine plum I'se frew wit de choahs. I Ianent.o' to get the dlahp.n herself. Chloe had with great difficulty The ground was slippery and Uncle
boahd re I Eben laughed softly to himself' the dressing gown out from very stiff In tb.jo&Dta.soofoourM
when I get dla up old went down at the first on-
I'se game ter way she slammed things while bed and finished it early In the man
house, an
inter de the cabin to rlffhts for the lag, making sure of Ita hiding .
darallebenln. I Aunt Chloe recalled from the gleeful
de At last Chloe ""iW: time. ,
"I doan keer ef yar sot by an' I wants of her I'OOdll.torea by ,
Wondah er &'ViD' ter bald I'", True to expectation the oa I
r twill de crack of doom.dreasin( sack dump dat cohn rob, and put out "Ulss May" arrived Christmas series of yells and wild Imprecations,

I'm gwlnter get"dat ," then she proceeded to reduce beside the good things to the scene of discord.It -"
nndah de bald.) wool to braided subjection arced maay useful things to was with the greatest difficulty ,.-

I Yt "os TICXLXD TO Dl'n wo DUa&aau' Uncle Eben kept bto word long,eo only to envelop her rotund form ta s the childish hearts of Viu.it } the turkeys were driven away and "I wonder U I was all dressed up en'psi
his favorite corner dene Eben rescued from his perilous
80..." Lag through the cook nightgown.' laving Aunt Chloe. In a winder, If anybody would long
1. eat AU she climbed poIWk-roueIylDto bed. "lf tIa't ye got no sense, to have meT" Life. .
wubiag
I a sit,., wha 'l I do' nijeasota of th/Wl. and while I forgettl her husband's Uvart- '-rile. fse mos'tickled to delI III&D' Doan' ye know dat turkeys
eheeny" dishes (as she .... de ob red colors?** A. mes fee use Urm..fatkn .
: ea it keerf ul like,an' spread my .tun haM of looking it before drrsn gown. bar sight .
AUDt CbJoe war trying to Chloe had led Uncle Eben to the "I'm saving up to>> buy you a Christmas
"iJn'l om m way; be'1 neTan see them) maC. hi. dimiautive form In the lie was hobbling up and & Aunt "
J1 ottin on. He be; yes, rae some neue to get her dusky restricted space reserved for him. rabisu Christmas morning, ] .. and was brushing the snow and present, gra&dpa, said Willie "
but l'nele ):ben .. off his back "That's very nice of yes my boy
ry 1tliJ.l"D; my apron poeket. of the louse p ate time be got down on his hands all Its gorgeous splendor,while
aDd amoked bps pipe Tse moan sense dan a fool woman said the cM gentleman. "How much
?* bit knittin' -/'uouht. the are ... barb .. more) ntlfflv and taborloo enthroned in a big rocking got "
... that warps u I 'k rbllllon coat fur a gem'' have' yon got
ni-i on nosh -na nolp! e aDd content usual Instuntlv' Amii hlo was I ( cu'Ui ibrn had with much / m. a
4 's l tcahd up so de snow drippins'11"t peratla to his wi ft'. Oa dishwater bel' wsp nprljrh fn be
'f de rain bar1." the door to empty the I little braid ."*-fV ., i> .' "." n' 110 meat tn the barn) beamed her. I 4 bJrago Saturday Evening Her me ten cents, I'U have eleven aJtogf thrr.
aid ..
sad : .
w a. drtppla,' de mattah I looked over kr shoulder de tossb;". j I recUon a.cJikJ uuuu' --.-:. -1 tuMwed dat war M paakio' i Harper's Young: People
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Turkey, apple sauce you-uns
y miscreant bad made me a present
;,,: fis-f Ins,'replied one of the men at my elbow !' Of Talking Abort m New T ara But Just of a bottle of hair dye.-Texas Slf t- 1f J. m1U
That sounds like old times'I dtdn't M 'Same to yon!' we all shouted back, .t tha Wrong lime.It \

i know there were any turkeys nowa and there was no more ahot or shell wan New Year's day and the fair Ing& -

days. Bay, Yanks, her yer anything along that part of the line for the remainder Miss Snobberly was. entertaining asailer I A Cartons Custom. /
It cha5JLng over?' of the day." The caller was a shining lightin I The Hindus celebrate the anniversaryof W.

f : "With one common Impulse half a the inner circle of society and a I the new year by a festival called
; ,i.I 9tLI dozen men sprang to the top of the em- HER CHRISTMAS GIFT. potential aspirant for her hand. 1 llooly, in honor of Krishna,one of their 4

bankment with their hands full of good Dow It Helped Him Oat of na Cupiear "O, Mr. Oldfam. she cried, taking many false gods. It is a season of general

things. I .a' Predlcsmeoe him tn the end of the room, "see this rejoicing, when everybody is on an

t' er 'Com6' over!' shouted a corporal, I It was all on account of his having a darling: old colonial chair which arrived equality,and the distinctions of"caste"are

who stood at the elbow of the entrenchment conscience. Moet of the fellows in bin I yesterday from papa's ancestral forgotten for the time It might be

'Guc 8 we've got enough left class, had they been in the same Ax. home In Vermont. Did you ever see I called a "red day," for all the people 4

I f to give some of you a Christmas dinner' would not have worried about the mat anything sweeter In your lifer who can afford It dress In red clothes, v I

I "Three men in butternut clamberedover ter at all,but t.hatwaa not his way. Although Why, really, Miss Snobberly, It Is and they go about throwing a red-col

their earthworks and met our he had been knocking around a delightful' bit of furniture, and no ored powder at one another or squirt

men as they advanced over the debate I college for three years and over,sowing doubt full of the most delightful associations. ing It, with water from a syringe, on ID JjB -

able ground between the lines. To our I wild oats as rapidly as any, yet he had ." the passers-by. During the three or ** T wind WAS blew Christmas keen eve and the

\1?OStf B slug a hale hehoFor surprise, the federals came back with'a never. for an instant lost his boyish._ "Yt'" indeed I it belonged to -the four days this red-letter feast lasts Across the prairies that lie between

the Christmas long ago --- i Fort Dodge, on the Arkansaw, under the
s When the old Ion-cabin" homed us hill, -
From the night of blinding snow And straggling hamlet of Purdyvllie,
And the rarest Joy held reign Where dwelt Nile Nelson who rode that
And the chlmny roared amain. dayFrom ,
With the firelight like a beacon -- hi*. home to the northward far
Through the frosty window-pan I1wa,,
Over the bunch gross, bare and brown,
Ah! the revel sod the din Into the bustling frontier town.
I From without and from within
I The Mend of distant sleigh-bells The night was dark-not star on hlgh-
With thus clinking violin l And the billiard brewing up there In the
The muffled shrieks and cries 1 1 I' q I 1 I Ihl sky.
j Then the glowing cheeks and eyes I I I Nlles Nelson stepped out Into the Street
The driving storm of "greeting, lj hl I l I ti I ';' I I II The wind was driving a blinding sheet
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Ousts of kisses and rurprlie. I III I I II Ir I'II'' llj '.1 q I 1' ,', I I 1 I Of powdery snow right Into hi* face
,I I I But Niles was happy; he left the place
Sing In again tne mirth ll III I' ,, lp '' h'' III II I IIII' With a glow In his heart for little Moll,
;s Of the U-et't! 'round thehearth. I I I /' AI IIII I I 1III'1 Ili l ,,, I II Ills baby daughter, would get her doll,
With the rustic Sinbad tolling\n 'I 11'I'' I 4 I iIII I !, "lII
i I i" I.. I I The Chrlntmas gift he had promised long
IN '
I 1
N it
I 1 I I' I' 1W I 1 II'' I
The strangest tales on earth! 1 1 1 I I 1 1 q IIII I I i I / Niles Nelson trolling a Christmas song,
And the 1111'1 rei Hard.. knew, IN', 1 I l I IIIIII dllhi nl I 4 1 III 1 1 h Iblu II '! I IIII'! I 1 I And facing the north wind, sturdily rode,
,
With his "Love-l-er' so tnss." ; ', ; While past him the Storm Fiend'
Likewise his "Young Jlouss-k'yarpen- I 1 1 d I NII I hull 1 l i'1 I 'II, I ,,1 I I II IIII 1 1'1 1161' Ali 1'I' Ij, 'ilw ?l y II 1'I', I L,,t I W ,1 n i'' '' n14 1 I '' 111 I I strode. coursers
II' I 1,
t r, 'II'I' I 1 1 I I llu'I
I ', I 1 I li I I I '
And "Lov-od Henry," tool l / I 1 '1 I'I 1i I,p IIII VIII I F ,I I1 '1 1I I The snow grows deeper, the night more
l'I I d I Ij
I ', I 1 I '"' "' 1 'I ,'i I wild.
And forgetting ne'er thing ;' II' 11 r'' I NII I i; ro I a 1
,
'' ( 'I .. When he hears the wall of a little child.
Lift a gladder voice and sing I j I li I, ( 1 eIII I'' Just In the prairie and doomed to die
Of the dancers the kitchen- 111' INS I I i Sul d" 1'' ? I If Heaven prove deaf to its feeble cry
Clean from start to "pigeon-wingi" I'' 1 I I V'I'II' VI9 'I I I I 1 ii I I I I "'IN I 'N I 111.1 I ;II II11I' P II* leaps from his pony, he searches long
'
Sing the glory and the glee IIi I'' i1.u'. 91 I II 1 Il plil'l I, I, 1 l 11 l 4 V 'J I I II' I'' He feels It: he has It within his strong,

The And twirling the Joy form and-th juhllee-* quickened breath I'' III 1 1'i' IIII 1 1 d11'lq Ili'I'1 j IIIq II 1 VIII'IP,I.. I ; ''I d N 11 III,Ill"II,il IIIli Rough hands; he presses It to his breast-
( 11 I u A place of shelter a place of rest
11'' '
II'
; The sigh of ecstasy I II ..1'''' 1 IIN "Don't cry little honey, you'll catch more

The eye that hullo alone I ili, 1 I''N 1 1 1 ''I I I'l cold"
t ll III I I p t l v 1 '' And he wrapped the child In fold
Hark Into oar happy own I I I II many
'l ,
The leaping pulse-the laughing: blood-. II1 ll i' i 1'N' 1141,1, Vd I I I Of his tight blanket coarse, and he hugged It
The trembling undertone '' I '
Ho! pair us off once more, ; p I 1 hl .I d p I h Nw NII' 1 1'I''I I 11 I i l p pl To his big, broad breast but the bllzzard'i
l hl tinjN blight
With our feet upon the floor, 1 '' i ill ,
'r Hut etc head and hearts In Heaven l 1'' I I r I I I'' y 1 I' 111 "q ''I'i' it V I Still strove to wither its tenderllfe.
c Ae they were In days of yore! 1 ,' I'I' I 1' u "' I III p II 'u 14'IIII' 'sio s I 1 1Ii He mounted his pony and then the strife
James Whitcomb Riley, In Interior.A I 1 I ,, 1 With the wolfish wind, and the blinding
Ii 1 .+rd I 'I' i i1 l 4 4I snow--
II r h II I .I.I4yl 4 .r l J l And the biting cold (that the plalnemenknow'
T. "
WAR.TIME CHRISTMAS. I edB
I N lal 8111'I'''' 11 1 '
I 1 II'w' I 144 'I'' q01 Ism ''III I I'I' 11'1 IIIi, 111'1' I When the Storm Fiend flies) began once
A KenJml cenc. of Eighteen HUty-Four "I7H 1 "
'
1 a IJh b qII n 'i I II' more.
Recounted. I' 1 'I ?J r IlilIiI And under his breath Niles Nelson swore
Mr. Georgo F. Williams gives, in the ( I 111'' i
t I" Il }iI II IIr Then a silence fell In the tumult wild,
reminiscence of the J N
New York World, a I And he heard the voice of the little child:
It-go of Petersburg, illustrating thee lI IIN I I IIIHIJI "Now I lay me down to sleep;
pleasant way in which both unionistsand 1 pray Thee. Lord my soul to keepIf
1P I I IU I should die before I wake,
confederates observed the last I 1 1 1i I'
a G1 111'I
1 ula ir I pray Thee Lord my soul to take
!Christmas day of the war. "Christmas ,I I, III N'i Niles Nelson paused at the sound dls-
tft day, 1864," he said "found the armies t I Ilt 'sIII 1 III d? Yua "I I mayed
tinder McadeandLeeoceupyingtheop- t UG { And then-and then Nile Nelson prayed
I II rt wlo "Lord save," was all he could think of
ptming lines of alf'g'orl..a at Petersburg 4"J' la, ? then.
Va. I had ridden over from Gen.Warren' d hl
y Ngl' "Lord save," he muttered, "Lord save,
headquarters to eat my holiday } ?rI I r iI "
'N "ilk EP amen.
w
"h G ,
dinner with my old comrade, Will t OIIIl1t4'du bhalw, a N p I,1 Then staring to northward and Into the
Glider, who afterward became famousas 11' I it night
II
,IC "M I y '1 '' I I l, I ll he shouted "Thank God tlight.
an arctic traveler. I found him q IpwV) / I h "WM I L I II 91NW'I' 1 1I ,1'n "I see it! :
Il 4Ihis tw ."
II -
and OeD Egan in a bomb-proof near i I? WIyP e 6'MI II ( 'Twas a beam from a lamp on the windowsill
Fort Hell, on the Jerusalem plank road, i IpIII
I and enjoyed a hearty' meal amid the Of his own sod cabin. With right goodwill
shriek of shell and loud detonations of 111'1' ; c I ly mI I I1j1'
I N I I ll I I ';Ih h I ngWi' I" YI I 11 i iIII'I His pony quickened its lagging! pace,
artillery And soon in that dear familiar place,
"After dinner and a peaceful pipe Ills cozy cabin Niles Nelson stands;
i continues Mr.Williams,")[aJ.Gilder and p He kisses his wife and he holds her hands.
Y I gyr'I' W I "Where's Molll?" h* (cries "where' little
I puld a visit to the outer line of pickets, '
to crawl hands and II'' ', ? 1 YI I ,' I I '1 1 II h1I r 1''Nl 'tea ihlq fl''' Y NII I II III III'I I Poll
being obliged on our I'' I ilil Illil Idl1 1 1 1' 111' I ,II 1 1 Ihl 1 1 I've brought her a wonderful Christmas
knees for two hundred yards to avoid 1 I I i ', I 'II'IIP/q' ;N / a 11 1'' ''i ,b'N I 1 r' N m I I'I'l pImp' ii11r'I' u1ld I'' I dll'll I' I I 1 1x'i' II doll!I"
'
Ill I
I Ill 1 II 11 11I 11I the
I 1111 1 illy bed where
the bullets which were constantlywhistling I1i1 I I I.1 1 Id I '1' i //l n q 1i'tl'P1 i IV I l Then he points to the
du IgpIW'agtP blanket lies
a ,
over our heads. 1 Il 11.. l 191wu 'I"'II IIlfl I lfli I i I, 1 1pllp In a queer little bundle: "That's my starprise
I 1 IM'.Q. I I. I n 4111 II
line I
reached the
"k Inally we picket 1 II .
lll I I I iq 11 I Ili'1 Why don't anawerT You're deadly!
having given to a brother officer a portion IM lli 1 I you
l II I 1j t I ; I pale;
of the had been dlscnsbing.
good things we I 1
'
INI'1l' 1 sob and wall
r N You tremble and shiveryou;
I An the had finished 1' I iI h ''INi 111 II /
captain Il ,I I IN i I p Antwerl Where's MollieT" "Oh, hues"
ala dinner there was a perceptible 'I'I lry'lry'I I 11 1 1 11' ai 1 she said!

slackening in the artillery and muaketry VIII 1 I 111,' "My God,"how can IT Oh, Niles, she's

fire, until a deep\ silence fell upon I 11 I II'' "Dead dead.?" "Yes, Niles, she's lost In the
the long lines of trenches I I anow;
'
14 'The Johnnies have hoisted a flag, it IIJl p To-day was pleasant, and Mollie would CoOn
sir'said a sergeant, as he emerged froma 1 Ir the bark.prairie to play, and she dldn' -ome

pit near by. When the night shut down, all stormy and
'What for?'demanded the captain. black

"'Well, they soy It'. Christmas day t set the lamp on the window sill.Rushed .
and think bare wasted enough Into the storm and sought until
they they '
The blizzard drifted me back to tht'< our
ammunition I ,_ I IS That shall open for Mollie, our: Mollle no
"Looking over' the edge of our breastworks more."

I saw that the I'nemJ".lIne PP NUes Nelson stood like a statue of stone
scarcely a hundred yards away, and > 1Ijta) lQ) e C@me i Then he raised his hand and saW, with a

along Us ragged edge were ranged thir- groan:
"Is there a God that will kill a child
ty or forty beads of the confederate And bring Its father across the wild
soldiers, our own line being alive, owIng -- I Of wintry plains to save from death

to the implied truce good supply of tobacco, which was idea of honor and all that sort of thing.So founder of papa'a family In this country everybody appears to have been dippedIn Th child of anotherr lIe drew his

'Say, Yanks,' said a tall, sunburned quickly distributed. when he fell desperately in love and bat cradled-no, I don't mean a tub of ak beer, red powder the breath
pet
southerner, 'what did yer heY for yet 'Say, Yanks,' called the confederatewho with one girl while engaged to another, that-It has been used by all the succeeding monkeys even not escaping. All this The With blanket a savage in hiss which, as the he baby snatched lay. away
Christmas dinner; had opened the conversation it really troubled him. Moreover, tho generations."
is taken in as good part as snowballing The blue eye open; the rose Up call:
next day was Christmas, and who Tike "How very interesting." I* with us.-United Presbyterian "On, papa :you'r bomI Now I want mt
to be bothered then Altogether h" ")"e.: isn't it? To think of myatgreatgrandfather iolLStanley
was in a bad way. $ being sung to Santa Claus is about the only person : Wood, tn Chicago Times.

III But seriously, he must break his engagement sleep to the music of some old Puritan who knows what the small boy -A Christmas Story,-"I did not expect .

after all Yes, after all I pKftho in that very chair!" wants.-Judge. a alnglq! present."-Life.
After those first days at Lake Placid "It Is, indeed valuable heirloom." _

when he saved her from drowning only HYea and look;" her voice took on

by his skill in handling his frail Adiron a fresh note of triumph as she pointedto t HOW SANTA CLAUS_WAS. CAUGHT. I

f 1 dack canoe After last winter, sacredIn the track, "look where deeply carven ...
What musk aorta upon UM iUnlght air his memory, because of that nightIn aud black with age are the letters F. ]('II'
I At sweet sad wtoan *>an anger< p.ywP I the conservatory, when in reply to L. S great-grandfatber' Initial 1.I :'c -
I What tnc>u(*to Ih* worU. ol Joy an J PMC? my -ac; j jr
ti What pro.lssdut OM ralga' of wrong ihall cucl his question, came a low "yes." After Think Mr. Old fain, when those letters I ;:: .
I WAtlwordolhop.alho5ulalwaa4adsoapw last the those ,
a I summer at pier--after were carven Americans still prayed !> ,
I What luM4 bam to bid UM work-won clasp l drives, those walks-after those serious publicly for the king and the royal I "Ldh" .' .'"
To tooth in* luffertr on his couch of pain, ,
Sb To claiu. Ik* tin-akk tpttt from Us tula 1 halt playful love-talk.-.ftf'r-. family the battle of Dunker Hill was ',"k L1g'1M
The mother knatllng by her dying child< Yes, it War ..d. but as man of honor yet' undreamed of apd-" '

I Remembers how. tha Holy Moth.r nll4 there was no other way. Here In the nest room arose a voice
'. Son to Patetua.
Wet hw send But how to do it? What excuse. could morose and loud a voice which had ltd

I I he offer for his conduct 7 Could he not training on the board of trade.

t tell her of his desertion In some better "!!aria" said the voice, "I've Just

I II' t way than by a lettf'r'h, he had it. J been looking over these New Year's

.' 7s. t yL CIS lie would, send some gift that would I* i bills,and here's one I don't understand.To .
$c I symbolical of a ,,'Ialto break the tie I one exact reproduction of colonial

: that hound bin her. DuthatahouJ.11 1 chairs, forty-nine dollars.' That's all

it be? A flora woken column No. right of course. I suppose! It's that old

that would be too suggestive. of a fun Jur.k hop affair in the front parlor

\ 'real A broken chain? No, that would though why you wanted to buy thing

: \ 4 be theatrical. A --? that looka old when I can afford brand

I' { t } sv 'I I A knock at the door. Ah, his mail. new ours 1 don't understand., Dut it'-

l'I ', Bill, circulars, newspaper" small box. this item that peaks me: "To carving

e I c Looks like Jewelry. Probably the flnt three letters on the back and producingthe'

; of his Cbrlstmaa gifts. What's this appearance of age, nine dollars'
I Her card- dear girl to renumber him, Now, I-" r

i :f'r[ : poor_.... .how Ik.One divas. when be had not written in so long. Hut Mr. Old f am heard no more: ho
,. 'i' r: Had sol Hart wtMi to Uy His goad head Sleeve buttons without, doubt Just bad oaught hU breath sufficiently tn

Th was b.e Mc4>lMM recalls who. laid what he wanted. How utoe of her: tell Mlas Saobberly that be bad lot !Shm i
T. on* asks' her "Fot tow1 wk b forft >
: +. eI. I. evil U..IIbe chalet uf vice: tn rtvM, Hello that's queer -it look like ring more eM to wake aDd must bid hr' i
,i: The oath to huh4. and tire npoUst tear feeto like a riaff-It 1.. why how's gaud aftfl'DOOL-chieal'O Tribune.BaldHeaded .
j 1> .. ys thai have kMM try tot may a year. this It 8I'flJM'u... -and well It I

I, It to UM untie at th*CM..u chlw. might, for be had bought it himself not : iasrlt w lejery. .'
1f.t : Man-I cant find we r .
of be oUta DIM*
Thai uk aa aathcai twelve abort months ago.-Brooklyn .r
WlMn*M 11111 seed who wv*MMChrtel Mrta IJfe\ to express n jr Indignation at an insu,, ; '
And beard tile __,II .horal a I.I I.! Repeats the grai")" romlM r* agla I There is no true Christmas present Pete AmsterdamWhat was the 1.-: L_
h N --. goad vittChart
'->,*. -J- Thar shall PMC which doesn't bear the stamp of the suit .
aaw'
: t ** Utis-UOira*. Is eMrMrM.I&uIM. I Christ Child upon It.Young Men's Era. Bald-Headed Man When I got "p I Chores at Voices food Odw j' ,,,a tfrmg 1 y.Jys cot thg OU Felow MI a.i r


I. IJ J



RIVER ADVOCATE DECEMBER 20, 1895. 5V

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Awarded : on the river front, which will be much admired, and It Is safe to say that Denlli on Itannim Ither.
quite an Improvement to the settlement. I those who listened to him were greatly G. G. SPRINGER
We need our county road cleared out Impressed' with what he said In the g xl,1 I
: Joseph, the little 14-months-oM son of
cause of U-mperance While In town lieu
Along the river front from Waveland
where our good to I'' lecturers organized a branch of the seal.sty (apt. and Mrs. JetTords, of Banana
county commissioner : known the Order I River, died of dysentery' on Thursday .
cleaned It out some time then as Independent of -- r- -- Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
ago wewould Good Templars, twenty or thirty of our night of last week, at 10 o'clock and
have
I1kiCREAM a good road. It' have Itat
people Mug enrolled as members. The was butted on the following Saturday.
once. I I
first meeting of this society will \he held Capt. and :Mrs. J'tTInttl1l'IIIh to extend .
:: The trade boat Merchant had quite an In the Preshytrlian church. next TtiFwIiy: their gratitude und thanks, through the ICE I
Accident happen to her a few day ago. night at 7 o'clock, when all memlxTn are column of the AnvocATr, to those AND

A flaw of wind struck her which carried requested to l>e present Mesms. lloan- lends who I so kindly helped them during .. _
off her foremast head and the topmast a champ and Demtiroe left on Tuesday for the sickness and burial of their beloved -
few feet above the mainmast head. We J ac bon v lI1e. child.

understand there was no other serious Distilled Water i

damage .ustalned. To (Correspondent MeieliantM: hurt 1'rlemK

CAKING
Be It remembered that newspapers Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.PAC'l'OHIE
Roseland.Mr. We shall feel' obliged If our down- the mert'hunts' tried! and true mediumsfor Refrigerators, .
river correspond v.111 mail their Items a.lvel'lllIlnlt. Use them largely; If not
po1fDm on Moud I.IY or Tuesday of next week, all'we exclusively.\ Programmes, \ ....... a
Cain is digging: a fine crop of sweet Intend cloning this office on Wedncv novelty and house "schemes'' are ecldoutif Cocoa \Vest.1'1iIiii Be u'1i.
potatoes. day (Christmas Day).
ever of any value as advertising rnedU.
MADE.
MOST PERFECT Miss C. Cain Is spending a few weeksIn The original "pat-lead" of the advertising
Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Micco with Mr. Harris. I'uflorCnr Serb ftot' mint' lies In the "veins" of the news
[Grape Alum or any other adulterant I I'al'erelliutry as well as city.-Keystone
: Ammonia, J S Smith & Co
... Mr. F. Ulrich has taken his sailboat Jr.
JO YEARS THE STANDARD. away to fit it up for the winter season. The first parlor oar of the season wall ,

put on the Klagler Ily., Tuesday, l*>twern .' practice to-night (Friday) at
Dame Rumor that the railroad thl: : DEALKKS IN --
says Jacksonville and West Palm Bench. The I 1 View hotel
company: Is going to build a freight conductors are J. T. Donaldson and W.
Banyan. house here. It Is much needed. R. Coupland. Both these men leave Judge M. S. Jones and Col. }". W.

Mr. Drake, president of the Sebastian\ bl'enIth the above company for over Pope Uf: for Jacksonville jcsterday.Mr. BRICK I

i e\ n' J. J* and Robert LaRoche River Land A: Improvement Co., is ex- three years, and are very well spoken of. I Howard Dolson, of Uiban.i, 0., *.
lit gone to Courtenay for a few day pected down about Jan. 1st. arrived in town this week, and has accepted -
The Klf Children. a IIt"ltion'Ith the Electric ,
Is the order ofvby.
beet potato: digging Mr. A. E. Bryne made a trip to Melbourne -
There I. a large yield In this in the Fly-by-Night, leaving Light wOl'kII.Mt'IIl1rll. Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
On account of the recent fire, this en- ,
[ ityIfennderstand, loseland at sunset and returning the W. F. Downing, W. J.
< Mr. O. Route Is quite next day at sunset. tertainment, vihich was dated for last: Hazlewood, Oro. V. Watson and J. M. AOICSTN ton : Will always give very lowest prices
Friday, was postponed until this (Friday
)) Larlm, of New York, returned fromtheir ROME BKICK CO. Rome lil. and
at Brantley. We hope The I prompt IIhll'nwntl.
\ Jit bll home Mr. Walter Gibson killed a bear and evening. extra time has been used the
l t1l'O'E'ekll' shooting trip to COLLINS 1W1CK (0., Atlanta, la. live us your ordeis and we guar-
In rehearsals
ge him out again soon. one cub last Saturday, anlls now on his more and something nice and
u Haulover Lagoon on Thursday. THE CAROLINA BKOWX STONK: CO. antee satisfaction.
few warm days this week have way after a boatload of oysters for Ercll- can be promised those who attend.\ They killed\ over :IOU duck on the trip.
The doune Inn. Many tickets are already sold. Those OFFICE: WAREHOUSE:
aged all kinds of vegetable growing The former three gentlemen returned
: of which checked that have the interest of our school at 138 East Street. McConlhe Block.
the growth wa northwards yesterday. Mr. Latlln remains Bay
11iD. heart will doubtless attend and all will
'i time by the cold winds.Remember. White City. be made to enjoy ItSenator In town Telephone. Trlrphonn ft.f..

I -The person or persons whoso kindly JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

I the, :, TitunSi Mann. took charge of two music stands, belonging
[ Arrangements are being made by the members of the band the -
to mornIng -
Give
kinds of job printing.
[1 ,does all White City Social and Dramatlo Club the In town, "
following conflagration
of your work.] And so we learn our old friend Senator -
.ushare for a fine Christmas tree and dance on A Fertilizer for Fruit
A. S. Mann has become a farmer, will please Wave them with Dr. K. W. c
XMas in the -
Thursday next (day after ) and Is at present in occupation of 1,.'\31X1 Craven, who will restore them to their ..
school-house. rightful owners. The stands, when last
of land
Melbourne. acres near Chattanooga, Tenn.
Steamer Lillian, Capt. Matherson, willrun He he Is finished with and seen, were lying near the J., T. & K. W.depot "
says politics ,
a special excursion for the occasion --- --- "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
has gone Into something which I brings ,
the
from Jensen and Potsdam on day
Kr. Vi, II. Reeves Is spending a few him in better returns. We areseers Mrs. -We learn that Miss Jessie Byrd Kel-
named.J. PrJ.oe !:!B.OO Per Tone
$ :
Ljs it the county seat. Mann Is overjoyed at the decision of her
M. Orrel's hotel Is now finished, and lar, one of Dartoll"'s charming young
j Services at the Episcopal church on guests can find good accommodation. husband, for she once remarked to an !ladies and here, proposes GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........
I tatmas morning. ADVOCATE representative that she would l conducting a dancing school at West Moisture 8 to 10 1'er ('('lIt.
like to see her husband out of politics.A Palm[ Beach In the near future. We
Bell's new cottage on New Ammonia 4'-.1 to II" "
Hr. George Fort Pierce.Mr. wish her every success In the tindeitak-
..
liven:! avenue Is nearly completed. Double Lug, and hope It will meet with the J'hO\IhOl'Ic Acid ,1\ to I"
Wedding at nan
The Angel's Retreat Is draped In black, )un. universal approval of the Lake Worth Potash (Actual) .. . It I to d ..

lid only two angels are left of all that Tyndall, of Waveland, was in town community. Macho exclusively from Jlliltht Cotton Seal Meal, Xltr.to of Soil", 1110..1, Hone,
Godly: crew. Monday.The There was a double wedding in Banyan Hlllllolv,1 I'h"lIl'hRt'In6 ironed Tobacco Stems\ and Sulphate of Potash.WIT' .
pineapples are looking beautiful on Thursday of lust week. Mr. J. H. JupiterVeettber Itcnort. Write for lIr'tI"nll) for nlllnlt and flll'th'r 1'III'thoulll'; I\IKo ask for a
Mn. N. Carter and daughter, Miss Ragin was married to Miss Mattie Harper "
In this section. copy of m.nomlcal Ft'I'tl1I7.lnlt feet h't\'IIlt. We carry a large stock of all Jo'cl'tllir.er -
Isme, have returned from a long visit and his brother, Mr. W. J. Ragin; The following Is a comparative statement Material, Cotton :S1'\I1\h'RI\ ), Tobnceo 1IIIIIt, l'otaKh, ctc. tVs itu fur prices he-
lithenoith. Lookout for the big Christmas tree; to; Miss Rachael Harper, the brides being of temperature and rainfall for the fore buying We seek the Itl'UWel'1I trade\ ,direct .
Mr Tom Nicholson's mother and sis don't forget to attend. first cousins. They kept their intentionsvery week ending Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1S03.:
quiet, and few, outside of their WILSON & TOOMER
I to Melbourne we gladly citizens and ,
:tnnow belong ; Hustle yourselves, get Immediate knew about -1$\14- -18IK5-
family, anything
Ivlcome them. the sidewalks I finished.We The Fertilizer House of Florida
the marriage until it was all over. Mr. nATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN ,
Hr Cbas. McBride has a fine display are having some very blustery tt. B. /Stewart: notary public, performed 11 Iii 441 7i m Jacksonville, Fla.
li Christmas toys, etc., as have Messrs weather with very high tides. he; ceremony. The young couples went 12 (fiO 48 80 74
|inter and Rumph. Immediately to their homes after they 13 1\2 411 70 70
Mrs. Johnson, wife of Engineer Johnson were united In wedlock, feeling happy. 1& III :m 72: H.I: .
Invitations are out for a ball Cbrllt.wEve. arrived, and is now at Mr. Green- (HI
/ a8 74
1/\ 47
They have our best wishes for a long
I given by the Owl Club, of thisace.atbtewart's beck's hotel. life of happiness and proupciity. del 71 rh5 i5 70 MUCK LANDS

:::, hall. Capt. Bee is expected here daily with I 17 73 U8 70 UII
and Mrs. Shadd of Gerard, Ohio, work at the week 1.2UnncleesDeparture .
]Mr his dredge to commence A Xarrow J'scape from DrouniniT. Total rainfall for the : ( ,
InpleasaQtly situated In Mr. Lockwood'saugeon Inlet. from normal rainfall for the,

I Melbourne avenue. week: plus 11.74 Inches. Departurefrom ,
-- --
wife and party are
Richard
Mr. Quay,
normal rainfall since January I,
]Mr F ( Irwin has planted grass now domiciled at ist. Lucie at the residence -
10.14 Inches.J. Ill two and half tracts
I Bond his house on Melbourne avenue of /Senator: Quay.Mr. Mr. Palmer, of St. Lucie River, wassailing plus W. CKONK Observer. a :aero ,
|otherwise Improved the grounds.The his down the river before a strong ,
returned to
Fred Williams "noilher" last evening/ holding fast to a --- ---------
Methodist and Congregational position as day operator, after a lengthy wrapped round the tiller, when the Fronting on Canal.
I torches will hold a Union Christmas holiday. We welcome you back, Fied. rope broke, him Into the wa it. F. II. HOUGIITOX: o # a
rope 1uJ
|itertainment at the Methodist church. rescue
The death of Mr. Colquhoun cast a ter. He was from drowning by Apply to
The ADVOCATE had better come down I gloom over this place when news arrivedof John Clohecy, who reached the exhausted DENTIST. -
Isl? and get a lot to build on before his tragic death. He was bulled In man as he was thoroughly ALBERT W. ROBERT
IWbourne Is made the. county seat and the cemetery here.CLrlstnaay. chilled by the cold and about to give up. Atlantic flock, Daytona, Fla,
|i rusl begins. Mr. Palmer had recovered sufficiently West Palm Beach Fla.
this morning to continue his trip home
EetV, C. Barnes delivered\ a fine Goods.! ward.-St. I.ucle cor. In Citizen. '
lemon to a large congregation on Sun PALMETTO HOTEL ,"r\_
ky afternoon, and also baptized Mr. '
,hn Fisher's baby boy. Ing The with goods flying have come.feet. If Xmas we Is baven'twhat com Mrs. Ilkken.A Daytona Florida. STEVENS BROS. & CO. c. -

The ladies i of the Holy Trinity church, you want we can order it from special from Waycross, On., says"Mrs. : The Loading Hotel. Beautifully situ ,
I id luch of the gentlemen as will\ help, Palm Beach in a day or two. Call early. Thomas, deunatologUt, wall atod. It home-like.. Table excellent

Invited to help decorate the church ANTHONY BKOS., Titusvillo. Identified to-day by Homer Uced, of Modern conveniences. New sanitary; _- _-. STKVKNS POTTERY GA
,
| site afternoon before Christmas. Marietta, as the woman held' In Atl.iut.i Prompt and polite service

The Owl Club (the new social clllb Cocoa.The as Mrs Hickcn, the person who forged a Popular lates. Under management of MANITFAC'TUKEHN OF" -
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I Mating of the most prominent of Me check on the Eadit-Neel Company, Atlanta LEON DESPLAND

JQlne'l young men) gave an excursion over a year ago and was arrested Formerly of the Fountain City Hotel,
| a the beach last Thursday afternoon. Cocoa steam laundry U now running at Marietta, and afterwards spent nearly seasons '1J: to '95.!> Well Curbing and Fine Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware all

foul ,Correspondent visited the new in full blast. it and year her in little Atlanta's huxband jail.arrived Mrs.line Thomas several --- -- -- --- Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and

u which Mr. T. Mismer is building Mr. Thos. E. Burns came down from days ago. Mrs. Thomas admits that CITY HOTEL Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
.18 line and U in town
a very fine building, much Titusville Wednesday, she Is the person who had been aircHtci
tin the one that was burned last sum for a few days. in Atlanta as the-Hicken wom.in. 'I am AND :Jr Save your money by buying close at Home, and from lever men.
I III Mr has faith in the future -
Mismer The stage Is being erected in the Eyer Mrs. Thoma a dermatologist fiom Canada
I growth of Melbouine.nuibky have been malicious
she said, 'and
building, and it has quite a permanent, Iv peisecuted., She said she was not .....RESTAURANTEUROPEAN ..... THE REASONS -

barrels for sale at Motlow A."goner : dramatic appeajance. the fines Hitken." PLAN. You Should Buy a Yost Writing Machine : <--- "
Titusville, Fla., 7"cts. each. J. D. Crabb says if he hasn't
-- light in Cocoa, he has the highest one. A Life Partner. GEO. H. MATTHEWS Prop'r
It Is on the front of his saloon. It has no Ribbon or Shift Key.It .

Coronado Beach. McIntyre has been up at "There was a very quiet wedding at' BA i.COM BLOCK. has Perfect and1'ermaieent
Mrs. Capt.
--y- Titusvillo thin week, where the captain the residence of :Mrs. Ccxlilngton; motherof DAYTONA FLORIDA Alignment.
the the gom, last Thursday evening,
on ways
i party when Mr. C. O. Codrlrtgton, editor and Durability, .Strength
wahip 4t New Smyrna last Sunday. Mr. A. S. Lee of Uockledge:; was called publisher of The News, was united In

Yr Adam Noble and sister, Miss Rose, to New York, and boarded the train her marriage to Mr*. Annie L. Hale, the Rev Highest Prices Paid for ddf +. Ease: of Operation,

i lid: i ircm.ulo hotel a pleasant call last Saturday noon for the great metropolis. C. F. A. Bielby officiating. Only the Convenience suet Beauty

seek Mr. Harry C. Eyer,consecutive of this place nights, ha, relatives present of Mr.contracting and :Mrs. Codrington parties were will FISH, OYSTERS, TURTLEAnd of Work, that I Is foundn I

Mis Flo) sharp has returned to Jack- succeeded, In seven with, Mrs. F. C. Cod-
home
their .
Mr. Eo II I make no Other Typewriter.ff
'>:Ue, after a very pleasant trip to In capturing five wily. fox. rington on Minnesota avenue."-DeLam all Kinds of CAME. i
-rwuulo quite a taxidermist.Dr.
News. CHAMBERLAIN & COLE
*"I heal that New Smyrna Is to have W. S. Graham, of Titusville, wa uf There Is a vacant chair In the DeLand Totephon.. Jacksonville FlaIM : Send for Catalogue to
f'iilii library, and feel assured that it In Cocoa and Ilockl dga the forepart News office at pit-sent. The owner of It 1':. touySt.
combining pleasure with buslness never take his 'seat there FIELDER & MOWER '
'It well patronized, as the books are the week, will never -- -- -- -- ,
111 \. and shaking hands with his many again-as a bachelor. lIe has gone over:
r' -hoice selection. j
friends. to the noble army of martyrs. Goo 'VV'an.'tect. A Man:
4B.;vrie, have been quite the thing on of oranges luck, prosperity and happiness to him. In section at once to sell .t&ple YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealers In ..nice ami Typewriter Suppliesfor 1
4 '*aih lately, and it is no unusual Between au) and 40 this boxes point one day ---- goods every dealer.;; nof<4..l lling.; experience| all Machine (Carbon pap, Uluhonn" letter Files, Typewriter paper, Impression 1
"."' '' .ee the young men start out were shipped from where the bent aide line. .7:).(.) a honks Writ. u. Cot prices. o,, what you need.
1Ih' '4,," and wheel for a day' 1 this week. Orange groves, -Do not forget the children's entertainment unnecewtary; I YUUoU: : A JKWEn.
guns
pen attention hat been given, are at the Opera house to-night. month. Hilary I expenses or largecommission Ianta. HI i
J.n"A
Klmhall House
No. 0 Wall Street
proper better than the most san I, *, with I I X cent

1:01: oble,, one of New Smyrna'i looking anticipated far after the freeze of stamp for""aled particulars, Clifton Soap '
lintel' vtaltors, took dinner at the hotel gulno Craven's Indian River Band will and Manufactue lug Company, Cincinnati -
!Sunday, and proved a pleasant Ind'tI'lnformed fast winter. give/ a dance and supper on Dec. list Ohio PRINTING
guest The Colonel proud- Entertainment. (New Year' Eve). Further particulars --- ----- JOB AT THIS OFFICE.

baste of his 84 year of life, and hopes : ChrUtmas next week. >
:*Ht the century. We sincerely hope New < Smyrna Livery

It ilia) get his desire. Presbyterian SabLath-lChool will The Plant St.-amllhll' Line I
The

--- tree their Chrlltma Tuesday entertainment evening with at 1 W. Howes, of the steamer Mar Planters !
well on Capt. Pineapple
aod Stable
iuvited. held -* i: 4C. -
St. Lucie River. o'clock. The public are cordially colts, and Head Carpenter<< C. II. ,
line, lecom--
of the I'lant Steamship

*' hue been having some real wink In Tit...- government I,. IJ01IX.I opriotor. I-A-KIIEJ NOTICE
!) weather lately and we are glad to Temperance lecturer Tltu.ville Wednesday, for the purpose ,
lit" control of Choice Lot of -- -
I have a --- -
take a change now. vllle.Messrs. of Inspecting the steamer St. Lucie,

The Rev. Yr. Frlpp, of White City! owned by the Indian River Steamboat Hacks Meet All Trains. # Suckers
ad kid divine service at Jensen, Waveland Itesucbamp and Demaree, the company further They Instruction are still from in town Mr. awaiting Plant. Smooth Cayenne Pineapple

Stuaru last Sunday. temperance lecturers, arrived lectured In town at the on who may purchase the above steamer I Passengers and baggage transferred to YOn SALE by the lOll, I/**), l0a%) or 6ODII. Special' price on large order..
*pt. left here Sunday afUOD Saturday past They Mr. M. Y. riant bad a cursory glance at all part of the city, and Coronado I guarantee them to be true to name, Hrst-claM plant and lo ffouil order
r for the Bahama., with a general Presbyterian church that naodtaSundayafternoon the Indian River Steamboat company' I. U acb. Call on me before perfecting ThOM contemplating planting OlD Mve money by calling vn or corresponding
size The captain' wife and Master and night also ) considered steamer quite recently, but did not tell arrangement.. with m* before purchasing.

imnie accompanied him this trip. and the attendance food., everything)fro Pea bamp'. I the AUVOCATK boa rlewt' respecting NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA {;EO. II. WRIGHT Orlando, Fla.INDIAN .

*, Ire told that Mr. E. GloUch Is'Paring was very ibllt style of spe.klD was'' them.

to build a very nice little cottage clear, fur
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE DECEMBER 20. 1895.
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of stated e...., ..blclluld writ of attachment thereIn ALEX NAn
TWO LirCLONQ LOVERS.A It now turns out that Burton, the 1 In ha been levied upon said property ha. been levied npon saId property of ald Eltarny
; "GREATCSTON EARTH. aid defendant In the above-stated defendant In the above stated cauiw, as appears NEAR
comedian Is not the of caulleJ &
great occupant ft a* appear by laid levy endorsed by said levy, endorwd on yald writ and >>y therreorl TAYLOR1Successors
Beatenee Overheard !. th. lit.... A* Dr. Pllle n.. rad.. Ifrv1n. neglected grave, but I I. snugly ensconced writ and by the record of the notice of of the notice of laid levy and description (
... levied recorded by the to John
the Old CoaaadrvsB. of Mid I property upon 1I1"Allloll",,
In a beautiful little plot In Greenwood aid levy and description of said property Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hrevard County
Tired by I long day' work and feel Mr. R T. OaldweU. Is book-keeper la levied upon, recorded by the clerk. of Florida In the lien book and you tileMIchael Mid Artesian Well

ing a bit "bine" over om. matter UM Pint National Bank of Fulton. K,. Cemetery Brooklyn. the Circuit Court of Brevard county F. I>wyer, and all persons Interested salt aboveMated Contractor

which bad gone counter to toy hoped I became"I was completely' wn down My nerve Florida. In lien book And you, the said are hereby on the required lI..t to Monday apiiear In In January jald A. .,. EAU CALLIE
no unstrung through baa of sleep STATIC or OHIO, CITY or TOLEDO, ( Mlchaei Interested of said month elneJndrmentby FLA
VTM walking down Broadway one night and worry that I felt sore I would be com Ba' F. Dwyer, and all persons ism being the ninth: day ,
p last week on home. It pelledtoglve up tny position I would lie LOTAH COUHTT. are hereby required to appear in ( default will be taken against )and'O:!
my was
way
each,
awake Frank J, Cheney makes oath that he the said Michael l r. and every
all
Igb$ long, and It took but huh Mon- 7.rr
the first
After 10 o'clock said suit above stated, on In said
Iud the to
down town all pn on Interested appear HODGES &
I III the senior partner of the him of F. J. GODPREJ
D. 18fM being the and such had
streets were almost deserted. day In January A. Court In said cause, proceeding
Cheney A Co., doing business In the <11th> day of said month, else judgmentby therein, a* by law 1* In inch case. mad and provided
At I
turned through Sixteenth streetI City of Toledo and state afore .
county
default will lie taken against you, the Broome.Jnnire.asalsoA. Manufacturers
noticed an old lady and older said and that said firm will the Witness the Honorable John H. of
an gen pay sum seal
and each and the
clerk
@ said Michael F. Dwyer, every A Stewart, ,
tleman walking ilowly, arm in arm of one hundred dollars for each and and alllJt11'110na Interested failing to appear of said Court at the court-house In TltuOYIII"'i'

evidently husband and wife. lie wa every case of catarrh that cannot be In said Court i.i said cause and such Hrevard County, Florida, this, the : Yellow Pine Lumb
A. ft. iwo.A.
cured the of Hall's Catarrh Cure September,
apparently about 70 abe fire by use law Is In
perhaps FRANK J. CIIESKV. proceedings bad therein as by A. STEWART,
years yonngor. such cases made and provided. Olerk Circuit Court ROUGH DREggcD: :

TheYlleemed very* fond of each other. Sworn to before me and subscribed in Witness the lIon John I). Broome. lIcensed County, .' .. Orange Box Head, |

There was Just the least little inclination my presence, this 6th day of December, judge, as also A. A. Stewart, clerk, andthe Minor B.Jones, f.L.8..J)

of the head of each toward the other A. D. 1880. A. W. GLEASOX seal of said Court at the court-house John E. Hartrldite, Fr.lt "Veietabl Cm.,,

[SKAL ] Notary Public. In Titusvllle Brevard County, Florida, Lumber delivered at any part of
and IndIan
they were strolling long Attorneys for Plaintiff. R
./ so oa throllgh bill of
lowly as to suggest\ the thought that Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internallyand this, the Uth:! day of September, A. D. "'p2o dec2o Hy C. R. Stewart, I). C. log buiiIlng 00 the l.tll"p EaRt;Coant Anyone wnyl1l COOleo""
acts directly on the blood and mucous l89,,. write The Sawmill is do_.
their pace was regulated not .0 much by J. T. &'il\v: sltusted on
surfaces of the system. Send for A. A. STEWART, fly., 5 miles aouth of l'ala\
the u
Infirmities
of age as by the desire testimonials. Notice.In .
Minor S. Jones Clk. Circuit Ct., Satsunia Hights, Putnam
and pleasure of being alone together. co.,r
LJ F..J. CriESBV A Co., Brevard Co. Fla.
,
John E. Hartridge,
They were talking .
earnestly.It Toledo O,
Attys. for Plaintiffs. [L.S.] the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial

and the had sidewalks rained earlier were in still the evening wet so \ l'R. SIP-Sold by Druggists; 7";>c. lep:!
that I had put on robbers before ,
my O. Christopher, copartners
T. OALOWSLI. There Is some talk of an enormous the an.1Ilyle ATTORNEYS IN CAS11
leaving the office. Consequently my approach Notice.In under name LAND
noiseless. to shake me apse that I could not pnsslbly syndicate to secure control of the leadIng of Wlghtman and Notice' of Instltn
was Just as I overtookand attend to Christopher; } tlon of Suit by '

pasted the old people the man turn. connection ml.tum.I t'.J Uverteavlnesa should.freebie In, theater In every Important city In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial PlaintiffsM Attachment.VS. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS }J

ed to his wife about the stomach, and pain la the United States
aud said as if in answer dtffer.n&parofm body. I wacabomnch District, Brevard County, Florida: Mlchar F. Dwyer, AMINED AND PERFE(

to some remark she had made, "But, reduced la neh. 1 was persuaded to try Richard Mansfield has not announced Henry W. Caldwell Defendant., TED
dear I like to think God Dr. Miles' ICHAEL F. DWYER, the defendant In the
my sent yuu to Restorative Nervine. and Charles C. 1
addition his for
an to "new repertory" above stated cause, and all persons Interested ABSTRACTS FURNISHED
me. I first procured a trial bottle from a local than week. bcott, co-partners will hereby take notice that the flnn ANT I|
From a lover to his sweetheart or ruggistand good resultaquicklyfollowed. I more a under the name, Notice of Institution of Wlghtman and Christopher, the plaintiffs in SURVEYS OBTAINED
from i then procured dollar bottle,and by the time and of of Suit by the above stated cause, have commenced a suit
a young husband to a young wife I had used this tin I was a different man I firm style In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida Seventh
the words might have sounded sentimental am now on my third bottle and am able to Walton's Rapid Calking Machine, Caldwell &: Scott, Attachment. Judicial I Circuit, In and for Hrevard County Defective Homestead and Pre-EmptJ

and would have .1"plOundl and eat l'elfularI1.lOmetblnlr t .OO, $10.00, and $15.00 each. In us. Plaintiffs. } by writ of attachment against the Ian..., Entries Corrected and Perfected
fr certainly seemed I could not chattels of the said Michael -
do before and
possibly taking tenements, goods;
Claims
, jour the boat-builders VS. adjusted before
of
commonplace, but from a hnHband of Nervine. Iamnow/utiyr eiMredanddonot by many principal F. Dwyer, as defendant named In the above the Dcpa
three and hesitate to pronounce Dr. Mil.' Reetoratlye In the North. See pamphlets and testimonials Michael F. Dwyer, stated case, which said writ of attachment therein ment at Washington.
score ten to wife of
65
a they Nervine the said of said
greatest nentnt on MrtA. Defendant. ha been levied npon property Correspondence solicited
had a weight and dignity wliich made Fulton, Ky. E. T. OALDWELt.Dr. DWYER the defend- defendant In the eliove stated cause, as appear
F.
said levy endorsed on said writ and l>y the
them by
sweet to bear EAU
and
wholesome to Miles' Nervine la sold on a poslUv* Walker Whiteslde the exceptionally MICHAEL the above entitled cause, record of the notice of ald l.Id'\\description CALLIE FLA.
recall roarsnteethalthe5ritbottl. will Veneflk and all persons Interested, will hereby of property levied upon, by the Clerk
AlldruKKliUiellltatll.e bottle for IS/ talented Is to have of the Circuit Court of Brevard County, Florida,
Here was the whole story of two lives or young tragedian, an- that the firm of Caldwell and : '
it will be take notice the said Michael K.
senk prepaid, on receipt of price In the Hen book) and you,
told in a sentence Here was the answerto by the Dr. WJIe*Medical Ckx. Elthart, lad. other New York hearing as "Hamlet." Scott, the plaintiffs In the above stated Dwyer, and all persons Interested are hereby Pineapple, Orange nn
the old question about marriage. For Dr. Restores I cause have commenced a suit In the Circuit required' to appear in said suit above stated on Land For Sale
Miles' Nervine "The Man with a Past, in which the the first Monday In January, A. D. lets, being I Cheap.I .
them it was surely a divine success. 'tJa Court of the State of Florida, Seventh the sixth dav of said month, else Judgment by
Hollands will written
star by the
Here at leant was proof that the writersof r was Judicial Circuit. In and for Brevard rt.finit win be taken aealnst you the said Michael have for sale 80 acres of Dln"AO\!

fairy tales and of old time novels 1'aultons, authors of "Erminie," etc. County, by writ of attachment againstthe Interested F. Dvwer falling, and to each appear, every In said and Court all persons In said land on St. Lucie river, a few miles' 'I,

The Fleas Boy Born In ChI....... lands, tenements goods and chattels had therein low Eden 40 of which
spoke truly when they said that they Many managers think that a pantomime cause, and such proceedings as bylaw being northcJ
of the said Michael F. Dwyer, as defendant made and provided.Witness of
Alexander Beaubien! doesn't look Is In such case quarter northeast quarter of sect!
were married and lived happy ever aft revival would pay enormously If Honorable John I). Broome.Judge ;
stated the
above case
the
much like the proverbial oldest inhabitant named in nealof I 18, township 38, south of 41
er.New York Herald. as also A. A. Stewart clerk, and the range ens
such the Foxes could be therein
two attachment
but he has the honor of that position men as which said writ of ah\ Court at the court-house In Tltusville.Brevard the other 40 is the northeast qiiara
in found. has been levied upon said property of County Florida, this, the 1.2th: day of, of southeast quarter of section
KOREAN CURIOSITIES.All Chlcago'.olrcle of early settlers. said defendant in the above stated cause, September, A. I;. Utt6. township 38 south of 41
east.
Beaubien is literally a part of Chicago.His as by said levy endorsed on said A. A. STEWART, range

the Tool Mad by Hand and Native father John I). Beanbion came to The record of remarkable cures effected writ appears and by the record of the notice of Clerk Circuit Court. The above land can be bought for tl

Iron I:..... the lake town in 1800 accompanied bya enables us truthfully to say that said levy and description of said property Hrevard County Fla. per acre. It Is suitable for 1.lneal'l'orange >]

Frank O. Carpenter, writing I about brother, Mark. TIny had been rearedin Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the only true levied upon, recorded by the clerk of the Minor 8. Jones [LS.l lemon or lime growing

the peculiarities of Korea says among Detroit and made the change of location blood purifier prominently in the publiceye Circuit Court of Brevard County, FlorIda John E. HartriilRe, Will be sold in lots of 40 acres ff

other things, that they might deal with the In. to-day. in the lien book; and yon, the said Attor.ieyi for Plaintiffs. cash. This land will soon be ninth p

Michael F. Dwver and all persons Inter- sepao-dec20: By C. R. Stewart D. C. per acre.
,
"One of dians here for
the
our ponies had to be shod American Fur Trade
Hood's Tills the best
are family: cathartic required to in Apply to C. II. Walton AIn-Ol'A
and another time we put shoes on the company John Jao b A"tor'lI concern. and liver medicine. Harmless, ::fddu are above hereby stated on the first appear Monday office; or to Robbins & Graham Pituville ,

bull which carried the baggage. The John B. Beaubicn tIN k up a tract of reliable, sure. In January A. D. 181MI! t, being; the Notice.In elf|

pony WIIH first thrown to the ground and land extending from the lake went to sixth day of said month, else judgmentby

LIe four log were tied together so that what is now :State:: street and bounded The coming season of grand opera InNew default will be taken against you, the the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial

he couldn't possibly kick. north and ronth by the river and Madison York does not promise to be half so said Michael F. Dwyer, and each, every Circuit, Brevard County, Florida: :Notice.In .

"Thin the blacksmith pounded hoop street respectively. His wife was brilliant as the last. and all persons interested failing to appear The American Grocery

iron shoes on his feet with a rude iron Josette Lo Frouboii", a half Indian, and In said Court In said ca\llleand such Company, a Corporation the Circuit Court, Seventh .ludIC!
Nowadays no portion of an entertainment had therein a* by law is In under tlie Laws of the Notice' of Instltn-
hammer. the proceedings Brevard !
It was the same with the bull, couple had 11 children. Alexander State of New' Jersey, 1 tlon of Suit' by Circuit County Flotilla
though one man had to sit on his head Beaubien is the oldest of the five that gets so few laughs as the Inevitable such canes made and provided. : tilT'. } Attachment. Robert W. Simms "I
Honorable John D.
while he wee being iliod. The iron still live, and he will be 74 yean old burlesque) on "Trilby." Broome Witness judge the; as also A. A. Stewart, :Michael F. 1>VS.w'l'r. Plaintiff. I Notice ,oi lfl'
: ,
seemed to be very good\ and it comes Jan. 33 next. Defendant. VS. r-tiitiou ,o) MII' I
said the
Court at
NEURALGIA d b Pr Mile' PArs clerk and the seal of
cun ,
from the mines in the northern of "There are five members of family :" F. DWYtR, the defendant In the Michael F. Dwyer, I Attachment
part my PILLS. "One cent aduiie. At all druggist' court-house In Tltusville, Bievard County MICHAEL I cause, and all persons Interested Defendant. J J
the country. The tools of the country still alive, laid Mr. Beanbieu. "The Florida this, the 12th day of September will hereby take notice that the

are made of it, and the farming! tools yonngcfct is my brother, William S.Beaubien. A. D. 181)3.): American' Orocery Co corporation: the plaintiff I MICHAEL F. DWYER tilt flelell
Mnstcr'H Sale. 1u the above stated cause, has commenced a suit .
!> the above entitled ci."
are very ingrniouN the tlnee and four who has been here 69 years A. A. STEWART In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida, Seventh and !
all Interested will here
proiiKed hoes being quite as good as without ever leaving he con floes of this Minor S. Jones, Clk. Circuit Ct., Judicial Circuit In and for Hrevard County persons

anything we have in America. They city. Mrs. Keenan cUinis to be the fir-t U NlER andliy ail: : Kale virtue I liwued of out a decree of the of rlrouit I forecliMiire John E. Haitridge Brevard Co., Fla: teuemen..l.toOtI, by writ. of attainment and chattels against of the the lalll1\lIcll.lands, plaintiff take notice in the that above Robert stated W. Minute'.-.uist' -,

were making took. In tlua blacksmith's white child burn in Chicago: having court for Krevard CI."nty.on the Vth day of ,, Attys. for Plaintiff [L.S.I ""I.'. Uwyer as defendant, named in the aliove commenced a suit in the (iicitn 1\1\
, I fchop; and all the tool end first seen the light of within the XovcinlHT A 1) IH'in! / In certain cniim thvn-ln I scpaO-decUO! By C. R. Stewart I). C. stated case, which said writ of attachment there.in
plows are day of the of il
,'.,..niilnir. wherein (ieorire K. I'aiMinon i, the hat. heen levied upon said property of said State Florida. Seventh ludi! i i
made by hand picket! lines of Fort Dearborn on Feb. iilnlntltf and Illiam II. l-orkwoo ant Char defendant In the almve stated cause, as amiears Circuit, in and for Brevard: '.otinn I

"The blacksmith had a rule bellows, 14, 1832, continual Mr. B.uubitn. lotte I"K'kw'NHlllre the ilefonilunU I will nell at :Notice.In by said, levy enilonied on said writ and by the writ of attachment against tin .uulJ. ]
notice of said and
public auction In front of the court houne floor record of the levy descriptionof
which was worked by a boy who stood I "This would make her also the oldest at Titu vlll... Florid, during the legal| hour of said proierty levied nKin| recorded by the tenements, goods and chattel- >lij

on a seesaw and by moving up and woman settler living at the present mile, lixm| the flint Monilav In January A II Clerk:: of the Circuit Court of Hre\ard ur.1::: said Michael F. Dwyer, as ,tc"\o
lee to the hlch| nt and tent bidder for cash the the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Florida, in the lien book; and you, the named in the above stated HIli
down pumped the fire into a blaze. In time, but I claim both honors for my following dei.crilie.1 real route, ultuated In thecountr IHstrict Brevard Florida: Michael F. Dwyer, and all perwtts interested, < sot
other places I saw bellows Vtlnch boys sister, Mrs. Ellen M. Robinnon who : of Htvvard and State of Florida, tn-wlt county are hereby required to appear" in said suit alioestated said writ of attachment tliereiii lIP MH\\
All of lot 31 of block 4. acconlinic: to the plat ofthemilMllvlHlonof Alabama Coal Company, "\ on the first Monday In January, A. D levied upon said property of said tideD<|
worked by pulling a stick in and out was born in 1825. Between her and I lota 21, 22 and 23 of the re a corporation, under the I Notice of In- IM'W! twlng the sixth day or said month, else ant In the above stated cause .i> .tI'I'C3' 5
like that of a squirt un, aud everything Mrs. Keenan there is also another sis e..rlleelllat of the village of Kail iallie, Ituated judgment by default wiU be taken against; you
In MH'tion HI, townnhio 27, toutu of range 37 laws of the State of AU- stitut Ion ofbatna the said hael F. and each, every am! by said levy endorsed on said writ -inj 0
hi :
is rude in the extreme. ter, Mrs. Margaret P ,iblnson who was rant, or no much thereof an may lie tifMctant to Plaintitt. -suit by at- all person tlr.i. to appear in said I by the record of the notice of labS (leI.

"Sometimes horses are shod by being born in Chicago early iu 1628. "-Chicago realize the 'amount due the complainant principal VS. tachment. Court In said ""I.and such proceedings: had and description of laid proper) era
and Interest, and also the costs of putt etc. therein as by law I In such cases made and
strapped up to poles so that only two Times-IIerald. I). L. OAULDEX Michael F. Dwyer, provided.Witness. upon, recorded by the Clerk of tin t 'j 1
of their feet can rest (')1 the ground, Defendant jMICHAEL the Honorable John I). Broon cult Court of Brevard County Florid J
dec6-jai RiecUl| Muster judge as also A. A. Stewart clerk and the .101
and the baud which goes around the F. DWVEU, the defend- of said Court at the court-house in Tituovilleitrevarit M In the lien book; and you, tile said Midi

belly holds the horse up while he is The Ncfro Faithful to .... ?ru.t. above entitled cause, and Countv, Florida, this, the IL'th day oi ael F. Dwyer, and all persons intereste'fare

fchod. "Roxbury Gazette "E. J. Tinkham of the Second National :Notice all persons Interested will hereby take September' A. D. 1 1II.: ilerct.y required to appeal t aH

bank said a "burned outer, notice that the Alabama Coal Company, A. A. STEWART suit above I htated on the first Monda) j I ij

'had odd the In the above Clerk Circuit Court January, A. 1>. 181MJ being the ixtli} A Lak. of Ilolllnf Lav* au experience during the big In Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit o a corporation plaintiff .
fire. When stated has commenced a suit in Hrevard County, Fla. of said month, else judgment bi (lelautj
it
Manna Lou the became evident that the Floiida, Urovard county, A. D. 1S93.;!) cause
gigantic Hawaiian bunk was doomed, he went to the sufe.putLed Wlllett W. Such the Circuit court of the State of }Florida Minor 8. Jones, (L.S.J) will be taken against yon 'lit ia!
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volcano, has two craters or openings, fGOO.OOO( in Ad. 7th Judicial circuit In and for Brevard John E. Hartriilge, Michael F. Dwyer, and each fveo inf

cue of which, Kilaueu: is the largest a gripsack and. bailing Hurt A. ramnlre and Cora V Hill to cancel deed. county by writ of attachment against Attorney. for 1'lalntiff. all persons interested failing ", 11"1',1 ain

act!volcanic crater in the world. The a punning negro told him that he C. i'annilre W.hln ll'lIl11""r.fflte, and J I IWallace the lands, tenements, goods; and chattels ep20-dec2o Hy C. R. Stewart O C. said Court in said cause tat' ,u.

mountain is 14,100 feet high and Ki- would give him 1,000 if he would get T apiwarliifc}by the worn bill of complaintnl of the said Michael F. Dwyer, as defendant proceedings had therein as b) law r I

lance is the satchel to the Milwaukee station. named In the above stated such cases made and provided
situated on the eastern side, flIeI Iu alHne can that the defendant., case,
about 4,000 feet above the 'Jl'v'lol the They became separated, and Mr. Tink- Hurt A. Camulre and ('ora i'. Camnlni, lilnlf which said wilt of attachment therein :Notice.In Witness the Honorable ,Inbi !H

ham reached the station of .. ", aniljllare W. MoOmlwr, are nonrenldxiit has been levied said of Broome, judge, as also A. A ->tewairl
sea. This marvelous crater is really a by means a of the crate of .Florida and over the age upon I property 'I,
VlFt lake of boiling lava which rices aud tugboat. lIe found the negro waiting of 21 year*,and that taut ("amnire and Cora C. Canmlre rrnide In Kanoa said endorsed said court-house In Titusvllle, Brevarit I 1\11
for him paid him the as by levy on Circuit Brevard
$1,000 and appears County Florida
falls a and l :
the action of ( of MUMxirl, Wallace tv.
continually by subterranean Cltv State I Mo- '
fires. In few hours later had the money depoMtedlit liiuliei In cirttgtoll| |; Mann., and that there I* writ and by the record of the notice of Charles Noouey and Frank ty, Florida, this, the 12th! day ot iepiem|
tossing to and fro a bunk in Milwaukee. no |>er on Iu the suite of Florida nervitte of auliiHHfiia said levy and description of said proper. Noouey co-partner under ber, A. D. 18U5.:
like a troubled sea of molteu metal the Chicago upon mhom would hln.t aaid defendant ty levied upon recorded by the. clerk of the name linn and Notice or Instltu- A. X. STEW A in
lava is dashed against the cliffs and Trl bune. .. It ,U therefor ordered that the defendants.Hurt style of Thomas Nooney tlon of suit by
of Brevaid
the Circuit court
A.flanmlreandCoraC. (Camulre hi. wife county !Will, } Attachment. MinorS. Jones, Clk. Circuit I I
hardens there In the form of long, glassy and \\ allure W. MvOmtier. Iw required to a|>-I Florida In the lien book; And you, the l'I..lnUIT.14. *, John E. Hartridge Brevard nAttYI.
filaments, gigantic knobs, miniature Gin In .... Root. lear and annwer to complainant'* aai.l bill of said Michael F. Dwver, and all persons '- ssep
,,, Michael F. for Plaintiff : L
mimplaint, on or -rore the tltb day of January, Dwyer
trees, and in imitation of gross, leaves, Just outside of the Grand Central depot IHtM. or laid bill will Iw Uken a. confeiwed andcoiiiil Interested, are hereby required to appearIn Defendant. -.>0-dec20 By C. R. Stewart I) ,

eta a reporter met an Adirondack guide | .liutnt allowed to piuceed ex-pane with said suit above stated on the first F. DWYER, the defendant In the

Another form of glassy filament to last night. It was the guide's first visitto hi.uid. rnitM'. Monday January, A D 1300, being the MICHAEL I .. cause, and all. persons .
It i ureter ordered that a copy of thU orderlie sated will take
tith of said month else hereby notice that the nrm
be found along the shore of this fiery New York and he had a little pieceof puliliBlied"5 each week for four COIIMCU- day judgment by of Thouia Nooney & Sons, the: plaintiff In the
advice that he wanted published. It tite week In the 11'1'1411 KlvrH AutufATN, a default will be taken against you, the aliove stated cause, have commenced a suit In :Notice of Attachment
lake is In the of bunches
shape qneer ,rwi|>a|>er piildliihed In ald county said Michael F. Dwyer, and each, every theCirenilcourt of the State of .Florida 7th
and tufts of lava made up of an aggregation was based on his own experience. Been Wltn'M the Hon. John I>. rlroome, Ju<'le of and all persons Interested failing to appear Judicial circuit, In and for Hrevard county, bv .
of vitreous threads which the natives sloshing around all day" he said "and will court, 5. well a* A A. tttowart clerk thereof In said court In said cause and such writ of attachment; against the lands, tenements In the County Court of the vat. '
,
I and the neal thereof at the court boinm at good and chattels of the laid Michael F. Florida In and for Brevard t ,mill'
call "?ele'. hair Pele being the gosh I but your pavement i* hard. It's Tltunvllle. the 3Ut day of Anicunt; A I) 1_. proceedings bail therein as by law is in Dwyer, a* defendant,named in the attune stated ,

goddess to whom the mountain is dedicated. barder'n trampin over corduroy. I tell A. A. STEWART! such cases made and provided. case been which levied' said writ of attachment therein ha. Clemens Leasing 1'.lotJtr.8. ; I
aaid
These glassy threads appear to you uiy boots hurt me hard. Do yon Ho...ell Tltu. Clerk Circuit Court Witness, the Honorable John D. In the above I nun stated property cause, a*of apiiear said*defendant by laid- \" } Attachment a

be caused by the passage of steam know what I did No Well, now, hereis I Sol. fur Compl't. (IL 8.1) nov '2-deco Broom, Jude; as also A, A. Stewart, the levy endorsed on said writ and by the record of Emanuel Defendant.Jose, I
something for to tell friends clerk and the seal of said court at the notice of tI&tll.y)' and description of said ..
through the molteu lavs. In so doing you your ltrnlrty levied upon recorded by the clerk of TO Emanuel Jose, defendant in alto flli i Id
small particles In the shape of bubble- and it'll do them good. I went to the Notice court house In Titusvllle\ Brevard county the Circuit court: of Hrevard county, Florida I In suit and all other persons interested
and Florida, this the 12th day of September the lien book. And the said Michael l F. that WH .'
like balloons are thrown into the air nearest tavern bought a goblet of lisper sml all person interested, are hereby YOU are hereby notliled a '
A D 1SD3. ha been Issued against
m
leaving a tail behind like a comet. gin. I poured half in one boot and half required to aiqwar in said suit above stated on : attached to satiaf} 'b l *

When the scene of these miniature steam in the other, and then, wbeu I bad sloshed In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial A. A. STEWART 6th the'Seat*' of M said"it.icy M"MttJudgment In January, A D>> lets W being the malllof creme..* Lansing, amounting' '* ,'>,..DI")

around little while didn't District, Browned County, Kla.Wllloughby Minor S. Jones Clk Circuit Ct. will be :: default one dullan and forty-live cant No*
eruption. is near a rock or the shore all a they taken against you, the said Michael F. you shall before the court In solid and cool surfaces are found cover- hurt me. I learned that trick when I Adams and ] John E. Hartridge Brevard Co. sited Dwyer, and e*.:, every and all persons Inter. and plead appear or demur to the declaiatK 1."

ed with bunches of "Pele's hair. This was a boy and drove cattle op in Can Charles W. ltIt"banlllon.and Attorneys for Plaintiff. [L.S.1 i-au.,failing sail "',,-hpr.ee.llugsha.l aititear In said therein roars In a*said by herein at the Clerk'" office In Titu III.vi>'. *,,151mt'ntysntStateontheRlelpy ,.'-
Charles K. Smith epiO-dec-JO: ; By C. R. Stewart, I). C. law I* la suck :
ada.New York Sun case wail and l'rvid.d.Wttoe.a "' c
"hair" was formerly used in my.tioDative A. I). 1M, being. the Srd day of mitt Ut'
as co-partners under the Notice of lbs Honorable John D.>> Hroome fault will Iw entered atpUnit you lolL
ceremonies, and of late years name, firm and style of I Institution'of Judge, as also A. A. Stewart clerk and the seal i and application will be mail* to tuifinal I
has been gathered in large quantities Why She Wa Offeoded. AdAmsJt lUcbardaoo, ) suit by :Notice.In of"said court, at the court house In Titusvllle ju.lament, and your property ath>
lirerard OnUflyv. Ph'rlda, this the 13th day ul to I"y| th.. debt.IteUMl .
by curiosity seekers.-St. Louis Republic. "No, we dou't speak now"said the riulntifTs attadlDl nt.YS. Soittsubrr A it 1.,6- thi 3m.h day of October.. A "

_ girl- in gray. the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial A. A. STEWART A. A. STEW \K'
"Why not?" asked the girl in dark Michael F. Dwyer Circuit, lIcensed County, /lorlda: Minor' .8-H TTOerk Circuit Court C'. T. MeCmrty, Clerk 0001 '
.
blue. ) icndant.l'IICU.F.L Tb. 8. K. Hubhard Compaay Juhn Hrevard Co. ru>bbln* & OraharnAttys !W'
'
F. the defend a Corporation under Attorneys for llalutlfU. lLg.ie.aWec for laintiff.
Tb JMff.rsaes IletweeB Tw. Poet "She showed m. her new bloomers DWVEU.
the laws(If th* AUMof o njri. R. Stewart
Claudius ou being asked what was yesterday, and while I admired them the above-entitled cause, lurlda, I XitU-e of In.litnllalntiff. d.e.
the difference between him and all person interested, will hereby } iSo, of Halt by Vt I
aud and Mid bloomers
Klop-
they were hat
very pretty take notice that the firm of Adams V.8. Attachment. Administrator' Notice of Final Have you Kn it ? Seen 'II

fctock, replied "Klop tork says, 'Thou I told her that nothing in the world Richardson, the plaintiffs In the above Michael r. wy..r. the Walton Rapid Calking Marh.m 'I
liefendaat. Settlement
who art my inferior and yet my equal, could ever induce me to 'wear such stated have commenced a suit in don I' .ll "
cause sail boat,
F. DWER. the defendant la the you own a or row
approach hither, and, stooping to the things. the Circuit Court of the state of Florida" MICHAEL eau.. aud all iarns.i. Interested. alO'
ground, relieve me of the burden of "And what did the say?" Seventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Bre wtU hereby take notice thai the H.B. "TOTlf'E. I. "bl given' that OIl March had, have one on band. It is a great
Jlkti. I
these dost begrimed nether integu.anents "She just looked at my feet and said vard county by writ of attachment Habitant I. the above Company. a eauw Corporation. has enuiuieucid, the plaintiff a his Honor shall, .Minor i" anal.. Jones.Ntarae County and alt Ju.lJ. saver, and I* patented in the ittt"

;' whereas I simply say, 'Johann, the wouldn't 'wear them if she were in against the lands, tenements, goods and suit I. the Circuit Cwart of th* Mat of Florida of Seevani eu..ty. for a discharge anti wln.b 3C States, Great Britain Canad. *:'

come and pull off my bootL'Ct.ro- 07 pJaoe.ChloaiO Pu t. chattels of the said Michael F. Dwyer.a ftnvaln Judicial (beau IB and for Hrevard wtwsIllurtfatkm! ci tile estate ul 11. T. few of the state rights will be ."' 1
County, by writ of attachment against the land.,
defendant named In the above stated \hl
der Zeit.k and chattel of th seal J. "
jiik teneweBU good Mirk L 3. BYRER, reasonable figure Apply to
'uewblcb Mid writ attachment there eel I. ".,.. a* defendant. Banted IB th* abor ngJan3-W '
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DEADBEATS, LINCOLN'S ELOQUENCE THE FLORIDA
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I WHO ARE TOO MUCH Btory Teller East
RASCALS One man in Oeutryrllle, Ind a Mr. Coast Hotel System

K THE SHREWDEST CLERKS. Jones, the storekeeper' took a Louisville .

paper, and her Lincoln went regularly -

I J |.. TICks br Which n.,. Obtain to read and discuss its rontelltll. All the C, B. KNOTT General Superintendent

............ without Paying and t 1A 't5n p ,i uln4il ) "1 men and buy of the neighborhood goth
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Peed there and 'which the
Kop.,.-Empty Tr.... and Yyf tor everything Alcazar
a orro" paper related was subjected to their! ,

yaeYH- keen shrewd rornmon sensee. It wan not ST. AUOlTsTINK.Jo .

[ every precaution taken by long before young Lincoln became the 1' (IIt5:.\TEs, Manager: :

)spite clerks a large number of favorite member of the group and the Open Viumbcr lint to May first

1 hotel constantly engaged in secnrUd one listened to most eagerly. Politic *:100 antI upward per th)..

JtI are lodging by fraud wa warmly discussed by these Gentry Casino .

[ and that when yule citizens, and it may be that sitting ST. At'OtmiNfc.
II Dl11a111 supposed a // on the counter of Jones' grocery Liu .\. )r. TAIIOH. Suptilutciulcnt.

urnes at a hotel without bag coin eten nwrdilavery, It certainly Swimming Prod,

be cannot secure aooommodaM1M HOTEL ROYAL P01NCIAVA was one of the live questions of Indian KimxUn and Tuiklsli lathe
) he pays In advance, but the at that date Ponce De Leon

"deadOOut" not only will live PALM IJEACH, LAKE UORTH Young Lincoln WaR not only winningIn
free for a week but in ST. Ann:STINK
fa hotel them days in the Jonei' grocery store .
iTcsees! will secure a loan from theKneeling OPEN DURING THE WINTER fetASOV debater and tflll. Out A Bpullav. Malingers,
ACCOMMODATION FOR a reputation ai a story
behind the desk.KTdeadbeat" 1,000.IiENRV Open j January to .\|'rllf. !.
gentleman er, but he wan becoming known aa a kind .>.00 anIUI''l\flllwr| tlay.fcT. .
constantly evolves W. Mrnntti Manager of backwoods orator. He could repeat Cordova
Ltticki to "do up" the hotel man, with effect all the poems and speeches ,

it 11'11 not many days ago that amown in his various school readers, he could At'OUSTINK

hotel was defrauded in IIlkill1ul Imitate to perfection the wandering, Koonis only. Open' timing Jo"'brnIlr1l1r"J )fa cllOKMONDON .

manner of a week' board preachers who came to Qentryville, and The Ormond

fJlDe of the cash in the till TherfKmv' he could make a political speech so stir .
T1IKHAIUAK.AxotHHOM l : r .
into the hotel lob
walked ring! that he drew a crowd about him : THK, SLtnngets,

?d! in a confident manner placed his rr tv every time he mounted a stump. The IlIe l 'n ItottMiiUr to1'1'11.|' ,

g, on the register as hailing from applause he won was sweet, and frequently *at10( ) and ui'.\\ 0. Be was neatly dressed and -- he Indulged his gifts when he Royal Poinciana

:lid imall grip. He informed the I ought to have been at work-so though I.

t that be was a traveling man on his employers and Thomas, his father PALM 1II'\l'I1.':

dIll trip to the coast lit was trying 110 doubt, to the hare II. U. Mmuu.. J\lnnall.'r.

fowling! men are good customers, so I pushed farmers to see the men who Open| Januiiy to .\|1'1'11.
f
,,see arrival was assigned to a good ought to have been cutting grass or .Utlatlllul'\\'IU'lI l'el'lhey.
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u. He banded two baggage checks I chopping wood throw down their sickles Palm Beach Inn

in! clerk and requested that his or axes to group around a boy w hen. Fern. hTHn\: Manager

& be lent for from the depot In ever he mounted a stump to develop a Olll'n| \Doitmlttr to M 1'1"' .

Mgr or two he inquired why his pet theory or repeat with variation t4.tll.laucIUI'Wlmll''I' day I

jige had not been sent up to hisa yesterday. sermon In his fondness for Palm Beach Casino

The porter was sent for and ex speechiunLing he attended all the trial ,
the transfer had and E.; N. \\'ATHON, hiipiilntoiulont.
,coed that company of the neighborhood frequently
beD able to find it Inquiries were walked 15 milts to Booueville to attend Malt H'nterSwlmndug foul,
but the railroad THE HOTEL ORMOVD Surf llathlnir, 1!
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& by telephone i court lulling fiuni Ocean Pier,
..fit conld give no information of the ORMONK-O\. Hut IF.\x. He wrote as well as made fpeeehes,

ling baggage. Accommodation for 300 guests Rates *5 per day and upwards and some of his productions were even .
'fell, I am in a nice fix," said the Open from December until Apiil 2*>th. printed through the influence of his admiring ..

pest to the hotel clerk, "for all ANDERsoN & neighbors ; thus a local Baptist
THICK
: Managers.
rdothes are in my trunks and I sup .-----.-- -- -- -- -_ preacher was so struck with one oAbraham' The Tropical. Trunk Line
*the thiL0s; have gone astray essays on temperance that

1'3> clerk was sympathetic, for OTEL XJ he sent it to Ohio, where it appeared in
nreliog man without his clothes is D II11ND ; some total paper Another article, on

wl to be pitied. The fellow man- OOTTAGES "National Politics," so pleased a law Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.

4 borrow $20 to buy some shirts, SAn.NO Xn.cl.1nn.Et.1 yer of the vicinity that he declared the

.:in ties eta, and went out of the 'Vcr, F1.or1cl.n. "world couldn't bent it. "-Ida M.: Tar JOSEPH II. DUHKin Itoeoivur.
Located on the Eau Oallle
River overlooking the! Indian River and on the main line of the
against the rail. Florida bell in WcClnre's Magazine. -
Fast
:Ihowlngvengeance Coast It'9. High-rises M conmolatiin for
greet. erfeet drama
; and shell
He had the hotel track tor riding, driving; anl cycling lawn tenths court. i : Inr' park: I""I"I'I. :>. ii 'rllx.x. =--
ii company. even ahating range. sate rowing I and nail. Thus Tsble h. Elfert 1'
Apr,1A, 1/11
ing .tabling for hor... hot and cil.l ; ... ... -
; srlphrr halh..etc font telegraph and exprena .fthoe 110 II !\o.Ill. \ I I n, ,a, Zoo j",I:hu. 'letl.
tipsy for a telegram to Chicago inmg the hotel which I. within can, I\1.taOl ot the Atlantic ocean, where .urr bathing may be III_ ".,trothal. In Holland<< -.. -.. i'I.I.SLr.-TAlhMll\tIhLE: .-. : J -. ""; .
at the depot there M to where. Bulged\ In. Rate : 'L O to f.3 M per day. t'urnl.hed ""ltaJ[.... with every I".llolfl COIIV8111.oe. .... '' stop Alss .. ,(, ... sirings. . 6atair sapm .. .. ..
aria bearing certain numbered containing II anti 7rolma,5Ubeandlbeeeraeek. Addreee: C. T,1'EHISEKRMang'r:: :: In certain purls of Holland when II .. 111111. 1I11t'1' l 10111. . . ... .. 'alatkr, .. .. .. .. .. .".. 4Man 4MI'1II 411/11'11I/ V3II1.m"
Martin, man thinks he lovos a girl, he .. ... ae'la ,
a'lnrlda.
.Ilurltigton.
young
mil bad been sent to. The reply came ----- --_._--_._---------- -- asks her for match his : : 71x5 I'lela I Vila.. :: IYr.ceStlily: ; .:: ,;ijllu' .::: 34vau Mtatn::, aup1,1i ai'i :: ::: IiM1pi.I :
i that they would looK the matter a to light cigarat .... .. .. si51a IJYta ,lil2u.: .. ... .... .Nrvll. ...... ... .. ... 52As ,", :, Ilslpm'
the door of the !beloved one's homo. .... ... rlna IA M. 1131''. .. .. ,,1..1....... "I'rllll. .. .. .. 1141..11 241pryl2Mlpm'' IIIO.ua
ltd pending the information the HOTEL MELBOURNE HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY I This is done to let the parents know .. ..111.1. I3'J.IlIII... .. .;.... Ih.re.ru"i..2 IAan, 21spir 14111'11I IUlllam

i pest had a royal good time at the that something is intended, and if the 111515.'. .. 11 IA Mla aAaAr: l.v . .. ..... .. .. .... .. .. 1 Ar..::: : ::. : :: 5Ix IAipn:: ::: :'"

d In a few days he disappeared, .. .. 2. I"I'Ar .. "nror.I. .. . .
visit is and the I. Mean:
J it then dawned the hotel men MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. TIlE OREVT OBJECTIVE POINT repeated same thing occurs .. .. .... 4ina/ ':AAii .. .. 1/115,111'" .. .. .. II4aiii 1111II.1'1' III hi t..1110... n.
upon Homeseckers \\hcnyouKt 110 doubt is left in the minds ot .. .... IAta 3u71... .. .. .. .Kineliriee. .. .. ... Ilospi, to/lll./ ...?.
i they had been neatly swindled by Open all the year round Good Jo'llIhthere Stop at .. the girl's parents, and they immediate .. ...... .. ... a lea 1I.Ar.. .. Ilarbw. .. ... I.v '."' IIW.III. .. .
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and 111/11'/ Ar..I't''I. Gi"la..I. .
of two checks which log:, Hunting Yachting Rates v I. ... .
means baggage IV3l" "
ly to investigate the . ... .. .. ...
proceed
t3.50andupwards.: young 113U.: S"i'Ar, .. .. .. Tailpa. . ... ivtl4nps' III/lalll'/ ..,.
had been stolen at time .. ..
ally some
man's character and antecedents When IMa 5sqAr..1'ort I.r .
licago or elsewhere. Proprietress Mas. C. J. HFCTOU. The Lemon City I Hotel he calls a third time, they are prel"rt'tito : :: . 41npAr; : : : :. : ; '; n'fL: ( : ...: : i.e.: Tl.peu. I 1"7In5nI T:51un: : : :::
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a rjTieii :
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another favorite trick to defraud ''' 'lh"I'II..III .
a give him an If his suit I.i .. Arlll'I'. "
---- answer T".n..rl It.'I"' Ar Key We.t.. .. . Writ. situ so.
II!iI done by means of a confederate JACKONYIILE'SONLY F!''RE.PROOF HOTEl At Lemon looked upon favorably he is given a Wed and sat .. Ala' alii Ar.. .. llavana I.. l9 3t'I"" 1ret. nod IoIat.
City the terminus of the
,
mm will go to a first class house HOTEL GE .EN'A. Hack Line, on match If refused he produces his own SIts :; ,;.T ;iWllA t MhYijvT'wwmrlWAr i -- MIAs .VJI"....;." lie-A solo
score a good room. About the sec- lliscayno Hay. Airy 12'1/1"' Ar ..III"rl'rl.. Ilia 1123/1' I.' 1'"lal" Ar .31'1' 112 :/II' I.Orl'Ity.loAr
match his and walks sass
lights cigar
Prf aA.10" rtni/Td Asia ce eA JTJ rooms, comfortable bids good table away : Ar 1..I..n I. 4:" r ,
{ aAep r'-r'i'i IU1 Ar Nan Aisle' IC/ II""" n'IArllr.IIII'IIII.. 8" .
diy he will be in the office, and :r11"ItU! UJ t I '' nrUTti 1s' RB9A terms reasonaMey ) If a favorable answer is given, he steps 3/IMIArl.allrall'el.v/ .. 2epAr Onand I.v 11:11I1': 1 :'jl'Arl..II..I" I.. /Art: f
713Pleft/.M
-1 It there the hotel clerk will receive (' ;)1' ) 1'II\"ttVf"" $ Good I I and I forward and joins hands with the girL 4 011Ar III.vI ". l. Iola 2blp Ar Iu)tuna Iv'I': _I.:hip, "I4I11\rIlIl.-.:'i's...' ''
fishing I In the .
hunting ...
/!phone message purporting to come i I ] (V[ Y FI I\ tn lt While the is 5 1\11: A Ilia TY.fii..h"lI\ Ar "cii 1' 515* f. J..ii\iJii'A r Pal
f .I'2'"II1'i i I U( T.r it i( /ciaioe neighborhood engagement by no means a 112a1' I.v Ilallr..r.1 Ar II aw :211. 1.v 1'.1.1" Ar 4 !, t I 5 sit
well known store asking if Mr. -=..-i!!'TOi SIFP fA-'lY"' rio D. M CONNOLLY settled fact even at this Iml'l.1rtuntItage IA1iphv Menne Arle/5a 4naArllaxthunnl.v AMP 5one
'ei'to desires the goods he ordered Prop Vt'I'Ar' O'allfl' I.v 111M' :I/II'/ Arll..h..III'.I.v 14" 1411.
ARTISTICALLY&ELE6ANTI.Y FU"IJsrF.: : ( it is stated as a truth that if, on .1. J"I
/ Ar Alwvm I.v Ails .
Lemon City, Dado Co, Fl:i. 4/11I1' to Ar Ihaht I.v 12 t 5Ma'
ip to the hotel The clerk will nat. tbe occasion of the young muu's third! .21111: ArTar,'" .rlll .1., MI' Ar I.ernlmrg. I.. II ..'.1 5sM:
) Kk the guest the question, and _8MM'lal F Hturf!.of hotel Geneva : tienance visit, his inamorata otters him a second l5u111iAra1.a'rers'gl.r .,':"' 'h'> ..v. .,. : 5aea

iU reply that he desires the goods comfort and absolute cleinlineiwModerate I I I cigar and he trnokes it in the house tho Iii", l.a t tsiiIyeaiwptMnnley.Train. -
: When the arrives there : rates. Special rates to Hor '
ip. package iHOTELKOQUINAxORMONDBYTHESEA engagement i* never canceled.-Gudey'a
Ida East Coast Residents I I r:" 2.1 and 1" carry through 1'"lhllan 1I1111'.t 1I1''IhlJ ran I.n X, w Turk slid T"III'..
tayi HO to |25 to be paid. The Magazine Tralll III sled :sI-TbrOllllh.I"ullul.n: JIIIII"t t1""Ilu! : eafa I I..t."u (1"'I.U.ncl Taiui.
loan is requested by the guest to .
W. R (COFFIN U. It. A'KFIILY.
<1. the amount and charge it up in CGflONADO JURF-BATHING THE YEW ROUND H. Didn't Hart General Muiwrintendent. General Isenrnger Alent.
till""" lie of throe ] - .. -
It does not pay to offend } {. was one unruly youngsters
IIIlIt t whose appearance indicates who make the life of a public'

Ash so the money is handed out in M-- t [tl'e.' FLORIDA.I school teacher a hard one lIe was In Florida East Coast Railway

tThe guest now disappears, l' the primary grade. He came iu one

< Ui trunk is found to be a cheap 5 MPrAn4T-ra\ +4n, morning with dirty hands and face

lid generally full of paper, while or?. PEW+ 5nTdfiA.ru ; SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are The teacher looked at him severely Foll.MKIII.V Till:

1 package which has been paid for ZOMlESOfBEACHrORAPLAWfflJijNO !! Johnny 1"
it hotel Specialties at Oraond.fy "Yes'm JacKSonvllIo, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.
people is also worthless Special Feature at Coronado Moderate .

M telegrams and letterheads areWly rates, goliiTcomfoit, no ostentation, : For Circulars, address, "Have yon washed" your face and Tim Talil In Effect lIen. 81 h. IHOJI.v i
* need by "deadbeats" in orb good fishing, good cooking bands this morning? -

! secure a little ready cash until SEISER & YINING "No'm. South Bound. North Bound
7 r money arrives" and often Managers, "Why not?" i
very tku. !' ... ,
theme works all right, for a hotel HOTEL CARLETON "Nona of the folks is home, an I IITATIII\K.: u2a. 01T _ins_ __ I MIATIIINM.:._.!Iwo,3sl' 11..1 to !
' d always afraid of offending a ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. don't haft to. "Syracuse Post JM'twm,:I 10 110 a -itt. I' -. . Li W 1'nln I".c'h'' '"f ii"'a w ... . f
I I.e W.Jurll.r. i'
4 In rllt.AUI.tjll..IIII.J. ::: s211a ur "
these :
matters, for should hoW Jacksonville Florida. The Land of 1fiaaT;i..... ... 'J Lv ,undo toLvI'sLit
Libert : 123111 : ir.:: ::: :: : .
* in honest be will injure ST UGUSTIKE-FLORIDA.- .. : : :. :. .:..
'btel'5! man Traveled meat (meaningly)-In Europe :..:.: :.:.'. .llsa :':'::':" --.:.:.:: _" Ilia Mw.rt. .. .... .. l III" a I.. .. .. .
reputation. While most hoisoke M.te., .., ''' I.nJei.en. slsael .
it a rule not to cash drafts or the custom of tipping bus boon reduced I.: Man Mslei : io'45 I.:, E,1en .::: :. :: :: .. a al. : :.:. _
* M Under New Management. >x t to a system-one-twentieth of Atonuund. ... . 1311' -:--::--. I.v..rtl.len.. ... .... sa4anleas. .. ,... ,
or loan money, still very often COLUMBIA HOTEL the bill Thus a $1 check entitles the Lr I".tun.. 141 I' Lv M..IIM'"r .. .. 11/0: < a "II" r
tadbeat' will make them break it Lva.wMma'na.! VI" I' II.M. .. I.v t-u: 11.111..1 1ItIt iIIl .
"theme waiter to 6 cents. I.v Tltuovll ... .. .. I 21 I I' T'" al.. .. .. I ."'.. ... III piu, .

"W ill over which the country has recently was for been the Open all the Year. ---... Centrally Located on St. George Waiter-Yc*, cab, but in this land o' I: : : : : : :: : : I: Ii I CMa..hvTituevilie.Asa : :: ::.IV: h.w Mugrna.. :::,. .Urpm/. 2,51. p ui ,3e, : :: :::: .

bdteat"! liberty, sub, every ge'men feels free to I.'ioa..4 H 1'// 1:11..1' .. .. I.e I'aytnia . .. .. .. 1131lI' u .. .
to send by express a pack- Coolest and moat pleasantly! located Street. gab a quarter, mh.-New York Weekly ..... :H 431'1' Ar IOrll..d. '" .. .. .. 54'1 I' 'IIi . il
*i hotel in another city. It would monins 'inor- ', W' Jii|' . .+I .. :. .\ Nun Maw:: : : : .. -. Ii
*wly sealed and marked "Value : hotel for the summer furnl hed. Overlooking Old Fort Marlon sod Park, Ar W aim .JiSEJ .. . Lv Nan M.I.., -I-:7.T.rp".I.. .... iii
1 nd oughly refitted and elegantly and a full view of the Ocean and Tb. l>.*...'. Arl'.iatka. ..... ::-. ::::: ,"ji n -:-
4 It the hotel man, thinking Elevator. All modern Improvement rolling breakers from the piazzas Aooording to the Atlanta Journal I.v 1'alatka. . ... ..I..!./JOI.J>._e .?. ?.
contained jewelry intended for KATfcis:-*J50 to *5W per day. Xr"i; Auguif;; iIj>ii' ,
W soon to arrive, would put it in Special by the week, and to Commercial Edward Atkinson, who is visiting tile I.. lit. AUjlUllh.. Tars I ITi p u. ..' .... .. ., .
In exposition there, told the directors the rJ..Q.IlIe. 113a11l4 t' m ... .. :
a few the "deadbeat"I4l11rn Men _
days
up at the hotel and Only hotel tint the electric can pass \W( M TEAHEN Proprietor other day that the peanut, indigenous n
register ,
to the south would some time in the
ire If a package had arrived for to and from depot A. & W. Branch.
.
* future become. great a staple U cotton
"lite.He would be told that it was in CRAPO & LeVENE, Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system ( seed that the oil of the peanut had HOITII HOLM:. atilt"fit I'GL 5I5.

at and he would tell them it con- Proprietors. of Sanitary beweragc.O been cf great commercial value in the No:. \o.Ito.. N? I M rATIGta. to 5s 1 s

watches and valuables. The same -- -- oriental nations, and would be in the --N 9lnp) 1Vla i it, t ttv Jonuiir Ijini i' ..,,
: loan of |20 would be asked for, United States. He reviewed the difficulties ItT4TIIS"I:: I -I S 1 ::, S I :: f I :: >nii 4ltf U 111 ..
,* hotel man, remembering the II. k'OSS.IN'DIAN' the introduction of cot I.T I" SW|>, sirs I I I lake llclru I'4 I
attending
U'la Ar 1
s .iF ..! .. aIAp NtwHiutrna I [l''
package in the safe, would in :-
"" MOTEL ionaeed oil as a staple of food and Ulna
aces ant uf ten band out the coin. RIVER Crated the strange prejudice existing All train I daily! IwtwernJMbeavlliaMal Mt. Angu.llra, f
/heat Trmlui lx and Is, amith f Ht ,
would disappear and when AuitiwIliHi dully sarnpt Hunriay
against it by the following : \Vh !uoottuusoed Train JIM awl KM .tal, *miHuwlay. ''JI
rkljj8 was opened it was found to oil was under the bane of Train Iwtwvcn New Hiuyrnaanil (CM.... ('Hy Jum'Ilim daily .irr|.t HnmlayT .:
'
'Ilue. TITUSVILLE, popular prejudice and the law as well, **. Tint:* Tal I- >lm IU HUM* at .hl I< b trail may I* ..ii rtml In arrlv* and"ilvfart from !I'
*g1 accounts in hotel rendered lb.metSr ,1.tatkws I .but lh.er.rr/tal.Ndepartnre.1lh.Ii: / nia.ialyd l. giiiraatrwl, bur der 1
:.*.' it is are Indijin Ilivor.FJa. a Chicago lard maker shin' **! some the ('<.rapany .Iw.lil luclf n.|,<>ii>il.!. Iol say iltU. ) it .11" ..._'1'1...'.. ,," .h! ,. i1 errtoM..
impossible for dishonestto
lard 'adulterated' with cottonseed oil
J. K. A IHOTT. J0 ..l'IIrt 110 HAttlisaiN.
to obtain tree living for longer to Europe. It was pronounced excellent w.|'r..l
;* seek for they will be requested lard It was liked so well that he re' .

(* vacate. calved great order. fur 10,000 tierces.
Ias o H vo*,
b o and his wife, by placing a snpei lint at this juncture he could get no oil '

. ** case in a hotel safe, man- MAXAOEIUAll : and was forced to ship the pare lard. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
*
>tI **' time ago to secure over ail The coii.ignee prtnouuced it 'off sawpit
h'IDIf in a welf known hotel in I i 1. Uieu All The Year.Ouljr wonida have it. and lbs unto l'-
t
ats:! The landlord, who bad seen t noato Cbicngo" WaD lout a largo sou of Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread

,:50 wearing a quantity of jew nxai y.

y "supposed they were in the A M a f'. mloutea' FOR SALE BY .

"I= uj his safe When the guest I I'Ie ,. ; tit- .. y walk from Railway 4-- E:.a>UI..4.

t'lIud reed and the package was opened, I 'M tlon! and J>(**__t tMi4- "Pa, what is a trip hammer ] X W. k.IW: STcJN'GI : : : -,
log*.
.care-titd:, .P and tied with string'- v' On tIN fatalof tile "It's the hammer my ton, that your I Tho Ijiunbor. HitiUwaio and Paint Doalor.
.... ma leans ui the carpet when she hangs
> oo Chronic. C, $ tu fsaoed I. Ntvet.17NDDZ
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RISULT or THK ills In Ilamberg'n employ; had: been In furniture Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBaking

store once 'Thursday, and I as far as THE ROBBDBHRAHAH
he could see It was clean; did not are
Spoon Jl\lIIhf'rg' Kxnnilnatlonrrj ,
any excelsior around. lIe had not been

smoking there at all that day. lIe only
\' *lron. CI"mm.t.ntl,1 KvMrnccAffalnat iMilishmf one set of furniture since Ham- DeVaI I Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.

the "' ....n....... llmnbern l erg got possession, and he threw the
Mg with which he polished It outside LAW LOANS HEAL ESTATE
tend flimiftr Honml Over In
,
H. C. Budge testified that he went to PowderABSOLUTELY ,
the Hum' of SIO,000Each. Hamberg's house to ask his permission LV"V

to break Into his store Hamberg said We have for sale a large list of carefi
In October Simon lIambel' and James what he wanted to save most were his

II. Garner, of Chicago, exchanged dome papers' which were scattered over h.s; PURE selected Indian River Properties.
desk but told him not to In. as It was
with co
Chicago Mr. B.
property George dangerous there being cartridges In -- --- --- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
Humph of Titusville, for all property Washington avenue owned K. n. Insurance. 1
by $1,000 no
there. After the fire he we"t to Hamberg's ;
owned by him on Indian River, com- house as deputy and helped search Wager, valued at $800; no insurance Hippard's old bakery, Main street, Canal and Transportation Co.CA.N".AI. .
f prlxlng a store and stock and furnished The Altree cottage on Washington owned by Mrs. M. E. Titus, no Insuranc
the house and found number of I..AN"DS.Florida
a articles ...
dwelling In Titusville a store and stuck .
4 owned Main
avenue, by G. II Altree valued Losley A Renakrr'i old saloon on
at Melbourne and also one at West Palm which they brought to the courthouse at WOO; no insurance. street, occupied by O'Brien, the shoemaker Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Railway I'om
Beach, besides a pineapple farm and an next morning. Hamberg and Lands Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment
Capt. Fischer' bakery on Washington valued at $275; furniture, t$ti; <;0.
Garner In about 5:30
came Friday morn
The business at Tltuovilla and other Low Priced Lands.
orange grove. owned
avenue, by Capt. T. W. Lnnd, no Insurance.
ing and arrested. He asked Ham-
was managed by them personallyuntil berg about were the goods found In the house, valued at $800; no insurance. Capt. J. I). Crabb's old saloon, owned by 3MT.on.oy: to; Loan .. \.lxv a.ys on. sore
the fire last week when their .
with the main ,business part property of and he told him they came from the valued Fischer at, bottling machinery, 'stock etc., J. D. Crabb, valued at $1,200; no Insu At Ten per cent, in urn to ,..ie.

Titusville was destroyed. The fire orig store; that when hit people wanted anything The Turner$1,000; no insurance. ance. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
they took It.WEDXE8DAT.. building on Washington Colored boardinghouse on Main street. ;
mated In their and
store, the fact that
avenue, owned by J. P. Turner, no In- owned by the Stewart estate, valued at Titusville. Florida.
their store and good had been
recently The
surance. bottling machinery, etc.,
heavily Insured and that some goods had In the back of $1,000; no Insurance.
part this building valued
Dr. J. )(. Dixon testified as to the
the been fire removed and to their their actions dwelling prior to death of Mr. O'Brien, and stated that It at Punta$1,<>00 Gorda and owned by II. E. hen'ell, 01 Mr. S. H. Ray-lost .2.-IOO-only $75
ellr.eclally no Insurance.
Hamberg's, on the night of was Impossible for furniture and that polish to The old Eaton building on Main street, Insurance-by the fire. The rents from Fred S. Chaffee & C CFRED Q

gave reason for their apprehension. Ignite spontaneously, spontaneous owned by Mr. Eaton, of Tennessee. his two buildings brought him in $13
After watching their dwelling all night combustion could not occur In cold loss for Mr 1i LI
weather ued at $1,200: ; no Insurance. per month. This Is quite a
after the fire, they were discovered coming Motlow
& Wagoner's old saloon on Ray.
In In the and James Goldsmith testified that Ham I S. CHAFFEE TITUSYILLE
early morning theyweio ,
FL
at once Jailed. The excitement berg had offered to give up Insurance Washington avenue, owned by Mrs. M. Julius Kline Is desirous of returning <
E. Titus no insurance. through the medium of the Registered Pharmacist.A .
wan Intense especially after the death of to the losers by the fire if the people of thanks
The old tin shop on Main street owned ADVOCATE, to the many kind friend
Tltusville thought he had started It.
Mr. who received
O'Brien Injuries from Assortment of
by F. T. Budge, no insurance. who assisted him In saving his property Complete
I'eter Fisher, contractor, testified that
the fire and trouble
was
averted. narrowly the building could be re-placed for$3.fJJOThll ( Mrs. Eaton's confectionery and news during the night of the fire.

The preliminary trial of Hamberjr, was the last witness for the pros Store on Washington avenue, owned by Several Insurance men have been I In -** PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundri
T. W. Lund
with ecution.b. Capt. valued at .Ij()(); no town this week adjusting claims-Silas
charged arson, was begun In the insurance.
court house Saturday: morning before H, Kay the first witness for the defense The H. Wright; J. E/ell of the Springfield -,g Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude
building on Washington avenue e*
Justice Wilson The room was filled to testified as to stock of goods and owned and Insurance Co.; John II. Norton, of the
Its full capacity among the spectators value of house He said the value of the occupied by J. U. Lindsay, Washington A Sun Mutual; Lawrenclaynes U-[ We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
shoemaker
valued at $50; no Insur the L. A 1... & O. Co.
being m,my ladies. Soon after the beginning goods was about $10,500. Books and of
ance.A
of the trial the wives of Ham- Invoices were offered in evidence. As to two story building 6n Washington We are Informed that Mr. Norton has = We want trade. Give us a tril
Mr. Lawler's It your
berg and I Uaiuer were escorted In and evidence was probablethat claims in connection with his
avenue owned
by Capt. Lund and
given suite within the rail. Judge Jones as Hamberg had promised the shoes company except that of Ramber g'

and Mi. Heeves appeared for the de and hat as a present, he did not particu- $800 occupied; no Insurance.by L. D. Graham Graham's valued loss at Mr. Maurice Goldsmith lost some very Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies Perfum]

fence and Attorney Geo. M. Robbins for larly want to take the trouble to open about $:.00. was valuable heirlooms in the fire-some of Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.Groceries .

the promrutlon.Mr the store for them especially as Mr. Mrs. Delsner's bakery and restaurant them having been In his family for a
Lawler said next morning would do
11.,11. a lawyer and Insurance as -

the agent total, was,amount first called.of Insurance Ha testified carried that by and well.found He opened about $100 the safe In all after, and the all tire the, at buildings$1,100 on and WIIIllntonavenue fixtures! etc., worth, valued$00; great; Mrs.many M. years.E. Titus' loss In buildings E. L. :se.. ...:C "


II mit.>eij Kiv( nub, clerk Garner for the was firm 112,500.Mr. was. called berg books was and getting some In other goods papers.rather Ham-slowly no Julius insurance Kline's store, Washington aveIt.amounted. R. Pyles to about A Co.$ have.OIJO. purchased the Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertiliz

nue, owned by him valued at $:VX vacated by
no Main lately
and tcHtlllod. that he went hunting with -no so fast as he would consider noensary. ; office on street ,
Insurance Mr. Howell Titus, and are doing bus!
Mr. Garner on the afternoon prior to the The Town Council chamber, Washing there. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River tomy Stock of
ness
fire and did not return to the store Mrs. Hambetg testified that she was
again lie testified further that dick in bed the night of the fire and her ton avenue owned by Mrs. M. E. Titus General sympathy is being felt and Staple Ac I iiney Grioeeiiew, Fri
very
no insurance. Also the town Titusville for the
records shown the people of
little husband went down town twice after by
had buen made by the firm
money books safe, furniture, etc. worth about accused. And Food Products
after the purchase, of the stock. medicine for her; that he went to bed families of the
The hutting} was adjourned until' 2.IK: about 8i5 p. Il). and stayed there until $:JOOormoie. Despite the many Individual losses, i It Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
*>. H, Hay's old building Main that the town will
on
II the
Garner woke him. She Identified general opinion
appealed.p. in.. Muoday, when other witnesses of the goods brought from the house some as street, valued at $1,200; insurance $;50. reap benefit from the fire, as all stores Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Mea

S. II. Ray's building, coiner Main St. that will be rebuilt In Titusville will be
The having been bought from Kline. Some .
pilHoiieiHf especially Hamherg, and Ground Food and Wheat.I
were reasonably cool under the circum they took from the store as the house Washington avenue valued at of a more substantial quality than the lid
$1,200: ; no insurance former am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above
stances and claim that they can ex they got furnished.from Mr. Humph was very E. L. Brady's store, corner Main St. ones. Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I'invite your correspondence and 11
poorly
plain all of the ch'cumlltancell.Tlf. .
sllllpicious and Very truly
J. B. Gainer the next witness, stated Washington avenue, and stock, valued your patronage.
.: /A Clerk A. A. Stewart and Mr. E. L. nB.A.D
Y.
that he had taken some goods from the at $7,:t1G; Insurance 4,410.: -County
l'rOl'eelllllI'I'e! resumed Tuesday store for his own use. Hamberg owes The old Pace & Doyle building, owned R. F. Hall left this morning for Orlando

morning him about $.'>,IOf). He knew nothing byVol.. M. Brown assignee valued at where they will take a degree In the
Insm.uuu Agent Hall was recalled, about the and did not work in $1,500( ; Insurance $750; ; stock, valued at Knights Templar to-night It was re-
accounts
nnd slid tli.it he had male: a mistake In the store; but occasionally waited on $750, fully Insuied. Capt. 1:. I', l'.lddiported that a "hyena" was puton a Day DUREN & FEASTE:
reckoning} the 'policies on Hambcrg's customers son, $100( worth of crates which were tons man not long ago and Mr. Geo. XI.

stork the total being Ml,000, Instead of Simon Hamberg placed value of stockat stored In the building" ; no insutance. Robbins and Dr. W. S. Graham accom

*1.,;:ilYl( I. over $10,500.: ( There were some varnishes Hamberg's store, corner Main St. and pan led them to the above place to see
George! II. Humph former owner of where of the kind was attempted
Washington avenue, fire orlj.lthat nothing
the busincMs puich.WLd by Hambtig/ aud ment. The paints store etc.was, in painted shipping about depart-one nated insured $2"iOO; stock and llxttuus, In this c'tae and to be sure that the goal GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS Francis H Leggett kFine

Loner, was next r.illed. lie outlinedthe month before the fire He went down valued at $10,500/ ; Insurance $8MM). riders got a good shaking!: up. They will

conditions of the trnllehetwl'en him. town twice for medicine and also The Weihe cottage adjoining Hamberg's all 1 return home to-morrow afternoon.
self and the accused. He testified that got on Main street, owned by Judge
some liquor at the saloon. He offered Gl ies.
the stock turned over to Hamberg M. S, valued WOO ooel
/ to go back with Lawler to the store, but Jones at ; no Inlluran..e.
amounted to MM'1": He had allowed .

4 of J,000! tho( goods for dipitti.ttion,vide tight III stock old.as some lie sale I.aIl'r, In said his to trade never with mind.Humph The, was bill of-of The Goldsmith building owned and t I r 1 Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all ki|

years Fried in evidence. He identified occupied by M. Goldsmith" and family
manyof
mild" that In the trade Hainlierg assumed the goods taken from his home furniture etc., valued at *.J,00>; no insurance
as
Ilumph's Indebtedness to the amount of CROCKERY GLASS AND TI WAnE. -
having been obtained from i
$(",(MMi', part of which, In mitts, fell due a Chicago Fted Losley's stable valued at MO:
the night of the file, He then examined store He did not order Budge not to Insurance. ; no ::r Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co Your orders sohi'iti <
Jitter the stole, but told him he would!
the goods found In tmhtig's! like to get the papers oil his desk Had Colored boarding house on Main street m l r Very Truly, Duron Cfe 371O lstOJ
home after the tile und identified them
owned by J. C Norwood, valued at
hatsLien never seen Case In his life "befoie he saw
but could not swear hither' they
him on witness stand He had lost
taken from the stole here 01 some '. ---------------- S. WI Lit tit, Trcst. S. O. VANLANDINGIIAM, &... CPIKENIX T.
about $ )I.flOflln l> a fire in Chicago throe or
of the othtis down the Iln'I',
Mr. V. W. )'''1'0. who ailived from I four years ago. BEAR: Z1T MIITD MILLS LUMBER CO.
Jacksonville on Monday, II'W"; chance Isaac, Hampden recalled; corroboratedliamberg'e .. .. .. .. ,

here and at once Intl'I'.olll'II an objection statement as to going after TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

to any mum time bid! ig wanted on- I I for medicine.a lamp Hamberg Just before came the to alarm his room was ---= THAT I AM NOT OUT OF BUSINESS. Incorporated October, 1894-Succegaors to K. Kamoii & e...
such the whole testimony
an examination as given said the lights out and he Lath Shingles and all Lum
were Kinds
; of Rough and Dressed
was liielevant and could' not lie Carrying In Stock a Choice Assortment of High Grade
wanted to his wife medicine.
used. .\ lively spat followed but his give dome Kept constantly on hand. Also special hills of Ceiling Flooring and unman
Dr. B. L. Wills testified to Mrs.
objection was o\t 1'1'II 11'11. During thettssage Hambctg's sickness as Wines Whiskies Brandies Cigars Tobacco Etc. lumber dressed to order. Barrel, heads and covets and cypress tanks II Jill'' o!
Thursday night.
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at aims Mr. Reeves, of Mel- ,
Also stated that spontaneous combustion made as called for. All Kinds of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Work
boiu' ho the side of the defense
no, w began! on :Mail Orders Filled
but had since transferred his services could occur if paint or varnish( came Promptly Specialty One of our firm is a contractor and builder of many years' experts:
In contact with tow
cotton or burlap
to the "prosecution made some re- cold weather would not effect It much. ; .4.1; COCOA, FLO IDA.. so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construe
iniik. Mr at scored him fin and of all kinds 1
of
1'opo once A. T. Feaster and W K. Goldsmith building private and publio edifices on reasonable tern in
the bleach ethics. The scoring Yours at Command the most satisfactory Call:
couched evidence as to the recent lire in manner. and see us before purchasing elsewhere
was nicely anti the ladies und fave
'it A Feaster's store which oiigin- --- Correspondence and Solicit
Patronage
others Applauded. Mr. Kumph then .r. D. CR..i 13 n.
ated trout unknown causes in a barrel of
piocecded with the examination of the ,
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gi*>di<, among which were towels\ blanket ,
Kline testified to Mrs. Ham-
*, shoe. and dry goods In good quantities berg having bought goods as hum him, The "DEOANTER." u LUMBER !

and said he was lit Hamborg's store the
Hambcig Is to all
prepared explain
Sunday before the the and should value
this. the stock, without furniture, at $ .UOO #### Losley & Renaker
The afternoon session began\ Ith Mr. ,
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HtxHJ. House
or -= Building
Humph still on the stand. He testified
ii. C. Budge re-callud stated that THE ONLY DEALERS IN
that the goods found In II alII berg'. ; LIQUOR Titusville. ==---=-:-= =-----
when he went to search the house the
house undoubtedly came from the Tl- ladies told him there were no good We always keep on hand the following): Standard Brands of Kentucky and Sash Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement Nails aBuilders'

tunville stoie. The amount a. largely: there, but found them on examinition.; Western Whiskies: Lincoln County Tenn., Sour Mash, Echo Springs Edge. ,
in excess of the needs of the two families.
f lie had taken drunk.J. one. drink of whiskey, but water, Belle of Nelson, W. H. McBryer and A. Keller's Bourbon Whiskey. Hardware In fact a complete stock of everything re iu
not
At the close of Humph'* testimony a was In building a house Estimates furnished I
F. Henaker was called, and stated "> HJcvEitoiMa; .<3. "Wostom; nyos.:
recess was ghen Attoiney Heeves -
approached that Hamburg" got a bottle of whiskey Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake War
Mr. Pope to make some explanation from him the afternoon before the fire.an.1 Also Domestic and Foreign brand of Wines Brandies, Rums, and Gins,
to him in reference to the at night. Bottled Beers Al,s and Stout A first-class line of Cigars, ty Octagon Crates Tomato
none carriers Pineapple Crates.
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change of his services In the case /Something -
he said Incensed Hamberg who This ended the evidence, and after arguments milliard and Pool b10s. Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Gallie and Jensen

jumped to his feet anti struck at Keeves. by counsel defendants were :::c" A well" supplied lunch Counter Meals etc., to order. Oysters In season. G. F. PADDISON,
bound their bond fixed
Quiet all quickly restated however.Cbitiles f over each., being atlOSNf Commodious apartments over our saloon for the accommodation of lodgers. EAU QALLIE, FLORID.

Case next testified that the SIT" Family and hotel trade is solicit**!. Prompt and careful attention
night of the tire about thirty minutes Judge M. S. Jones and Col. Frank W. given to mall orders. LO-.LEY A- HENAKEK Titusville Fia.
before It was discovered, Hamberg came Tope) were for the defense; and Mr. Geo.
to the bar and was very excited.Mr. M. Hobbins and <(<'01. I). I* Gaulileu for Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

Fred S. ChafTee testified that the prosecution Both sides were very

Ilaiuberg. was In his drug store just before ably represented. lands Windsor Hotel
the file and was very nervous Printing orders and you will be salisfit
Maurice Goldsmith and James Goldsmith The following is a list of the buildings ,

also testified minor the fire List week :
on points.
The case was continued Tuesday night e'T aei. .1iL outhouses and I cot- The Lending Hotel of Jacksonville. Florida.

f in order to hasten matters.TILSIUV t.iRfs on Main street, owned by (.'apt. T.
W. Lund, valued ) insurance. ""t '
sUM.UX ; no ", .' ""1 '' '; &aA
MGUT. It. K. I'jlesA C'o.'s store on Washington ,.i. : ;

Moses Metzger" on duty at the avenue owned by F. T. Budge no

electric: light works the night of the tire Insurance; valued at $l. k 0 for the whole

lit blew the whistle for the fin al.uin, building. The stock of bottling m.ichln-

and about the minutes later turned off ; etc., in the lower floor owned by

the town lights. Thought It was about 1'jTes A Co., being valued at t11no;

10 o'clock. I nun 1'1 n'e. '

Harry Van HousseUar was In furniture It. R 1'ylei & Co.'s old store on 1Pashington The indiaa" River I. very attrat'tlve' a'this. aahin The laD'l Ae,,. .,
portion of lUmberg's store Thursday avenue, owned by S. J. Norton K4kr :t1a1'1ed to t'I-l.f.i ...and other .Emits and I.altuste.i a' Aakoaa Duet north of the '
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; : St.panaulaA R a'lr rues through the P".oeit". makintf tUli!'!" M
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riling a saw He noticed no oily valued at t-iuO; no insurance U1-L'e: ro/ : i .fd tW owner,

rag about and what paints there were harbor shop on Washington avenue AKTUl'U D. PERKINS. New listen fa'
were kept in an out-building. There owned by S. J. Norton, valued at f.ttlO;

was a little furniture In a cup no insurance Some furniture stored at

board under stairway lie bad not been the back of the shop, valued at ":.0 and Xmas Presents !
kmoklng in there that day and had not owned by S. O. Vanlandinghuui; no Xmas Presents

noticed the colored than smoking. insurance r

S. F. Gray, superintendent of electric Avers Grocery store on Washington DO"T Duy, don't send off, until you see our f',500
light works, testified that it was almost avenue owned by W. T. Avers, no Insurance stock of fresh new, up-to-date line of Jewelry and SUnl
an Impossibility for the fire to have occurred ; valued at $OtX) Novelties. Ordered especially\ for Titusville and time

from defected wires; that If furniture Chinese laundry shop on Washington Xmas trade!. Will be on sale at II. C. Budge'iAXT1IOJCY Morefj
fell on wires It would have no effect avenue, owned by Bobbins A Graham, TltunUle, Fla.
whatever. va'ued! at (JOO; no Insurance.II. .

Isaac Hampton, colored stated he was J. Drown' old meat market on WARREN F. LELAND Proprietor. BROS.,






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LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully. -Mr. Wm. L. Miarp, of Chicago, arrived -Take notice of WI1".n.t Toomei'a -Mr. W. N. Hendry has been on the AMONG: Till: IIOTI U4.

0 In town Tuesday new nd on 5th page of this Issue sick list this week.

od Topics of General Interest. THE ADVOCATE EAGLE: brick CLOTHIXO STORE In the -Mrs. A. Becker, of City P"lntt was a Several articles and Items are crowded -Mr. E. L. Brady Is now doing busl- Xl'wa.llI. of the Windsor] hotel, Jackinvllle .

are the leading clothiers building,on Titnsvllle the East, pleasant visitor to town on Saturday.Mrs. out of this Issue nellllin the ADVOCATE brick building. ; City hotel and Palmetto hotel

, Coast of Florida. Watch their ads on J. E. Bowman and baby, of this -Mr. H. B. Archibald still remains -The Hon. Fred S. Morse, of Miami, this n.'ytonwill Issue.: be found on !Mh page of

this and other pages, and do not fall place, left the end of last: week for West Jacksonville, hero he Is getting alongin IKS Iron In St. Augustine a few days

to give them a trial. Palm Beach, on a visit to friends. good shape. this week The ADVOCATE returns thanks to Mr.
Varrrn F. Inland' the Windsor; Mr. ..J.It. .
-Miss Tomlinson, of New York, still -The waiters and bellmen for the -We are pleased to note that we! are Campbell the St. James; anti\ !Mr. F.

r'P- JOB PRINTING at this office. remains with her mother at Ormond, Palm Beach Inn passed through here adding several new subscribers to our !'o1"Irll. the Ht'n..YIhot'l., Jacksonville\ ,

1 and she looks as bright and lively as Friday last. IIl1t. Every little helps for courtesies extended to Its proprietor

DoVr FOKOET In buying Christmas ever. -Quite a deal of work has been doneon County Solicitor Jas. T. Sanders: of limo first of the week.THE .

presents that Chaffee & Co. would be Mayor Gaillard: of St. Augustine, the steameis Sweeney and Santa Vest Palm llenrli, Is now the futhtr of a

glad of an opportunity to show you passed through Titusville, Tuesday en Lucia, which are now on Lake Worth. bouncIng baby boy.
ST. JAMES: IIOTKI., A'KItU"IIU:,
what they have and try and suit your route to West Palm Beach amid New John
-Capts. .. Bennett and Carey,,
Mayor H. Gaillard of St. Augustine hawked It
taste and the size of pocketbook quite gay Monday night
your River.
has been several down allll Mr.I John Mellor of Eau: Gallic, gave
spending days on teliig the occasion of a ball given by The
P1en Benedict, Pollak A ('0., the well Dade county's new canal this week.Col. our office c pleasant call yesterday l'aitlarimsflub.| There was a brilliant

known wholesale dry goods house, of Aaron A. DeGrauw, of Jamaica -Dr. M. D. I.. Ditdson hall returned to snetnldiige, and we regret our representative

WHERE to stop. See list of ]hotels on Jacksonville, Inform us that their business N. '1"., Is expected at El Dora this week, town from West Palm Beach, to spend) hail. to decline an Invitation to join

our 7th page Is exclusively holesale.Mrs. where he 'll'lIIl1lll'nd the winter. the Xmas holidays with his homily In the dance The ADVOCATE hopes tow

REPLY TO MANY INQUIRIES N. S. Carter and daughterSousa, on hand at some future occasion
.N -- Welch and wife
A DISTANCE WK still have a few more Imported in -Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa spent Commodore Chus. Thill hotel Is well known and Its pro-
AT the
FRIENDS who has been spending summer
ROM cheviots and tricots overcoats, all satin here Saturday from Tuesdey evening to Wednesday arrived from Boston on Wednesday, and },l'IetorII'! J. Campbell, Is very

IE BEG TO INFORM THEM THAT lined at $10; the grandest bargain ever Pennsylvaula1K1te.1 last on their through homo to Mel- morning here with his family. We acknowledge will\ as usual, spend the winter on Ban Hipuhtr.! .

THE -ADVOCATE" BRICK BUILD- offered. Eagle Clothing Store. bou rne. way a pleasant call. ana river.

l I STILL STANDS,JVS ABOVE. -Mr. St. Clair Nesbit, of Indlanola.: -Mrs. Mungerand daughter, of Chi-
DEED blanks lOc. each; $1.00 per 100 at Mrs Chas myth passed through who has been spending the summer and ago, are stopping at the Decker: house, Horn, (IF'tEVA, JACKSON: vlI.r.t:.
Titusville the first of the week, on her several Frank Sharp of the above
of the ADVOCATE office. autumn months Pennsylvania, passed where they expect to remain Manager ,
What do need In the way (la. where she will and
you way to Savannah here his home months hotel, is getting a number of guests,
tlnougli Monday on
. (eloper, note and letter heads, bill- Two certain the JoIn| her husband, who" is in business at way all spenk! In high terms of the tine beds
, ill ds! statements tags, cards, etc ? Threes -one, taxes; that; place. Observer J. W. Cronk, who has Services;; at St. Gabriel's Episcopal: and Iwd-sptlngs at tho Geneva. Mr.

[diall be glad to have a share of your j other-Anthony Bros will display at been spending several clays at Atlanta church Sunday-morning and ev'nlllit.Ctlt'brallou harp! gives all his guests a glad: wel-
the II. C. Goods
Budge Dry store a Mrs. Anna M. 1Iar'otteropl'letor)
of Communion In the
Holy
ork lassed through here Monday, to resume and rest-
II fine stock of XMas goods. of St. Augustine's popular winter journal tunic, inikes upec-lal) rates to
his position at the Weather Bureau station morning.The. dents, on tho East Coast of Florida.THE : .
the Anvoc.TKthat
CHRISTMAS to all our I The Tatler, informs ,
MERRY at
'a A Jupiter.
school will hold)
ilea I JCLICS! KLINE Is fixed for business better her will make Its first appearance \ Baptist Sunday

now than ever In Anthony Drof.t on t imager of January. Although we printed a large mini their Christmasenteitainment on Tliurs- :.
: CAIIItTIIoJ: : IIOTM.; oJAl'K"coJ\'IUt:
\ VT, \f S. Graham spent from Satur- I'' old store. !HT of extra copies of tho A DVOOATE last tiny:, evening next at 7 o'clock. All are
jewelry
1I'' ml until Monday at Kockledge.Mr :; t Capt. and Mrs R. P. Paddison returned Friday, not a copy remained: unsold by cordially Invited to attend Notwithstanding the fact that bite
from their trip to the expositionat 'ostoffieu has ln'en removed from tile
John Mellor, of Eau Gallic, has f- The ADVOCATE be had at Atlanta on Friday last. They were Saturday evening! so ,groat was the demand -Mr. S. W. Crlehlow, tieasurer of the mmedl.itn iiclKhboilioud of the Caileton,

mee!I in town a couple of days this week. Dr. :Sen:; vcn's drug store mar! Mis. Emma well pleased with what they saw in the for the pink paper.Col. Flugler Railway, has resigned owing toII Ihls. hostelry under the management of
'
-The firm who tries to do business Eaton's new. stand 5c. per copy. Gate City but said: It was very cold. Frank Pope, the well-known health, and Mr. \% 11. Rcaidcsley, of 'lapo .\: laiVene, still hold Its own' as
lawyer of Jacksonville, arrived townon New Yolk, ha. been appointed to Hit the of the time
sue xipular: stopping places
friendship Is a Murphy ( i !
1Iadayw entirely on Messrs. Sam Harris: and E. G. .
DON'T' that has : different Monday: to take: up the defense for vacancy iietropiills.llt .
.k number forget Kline 2") of Harris Nickel Plate Ciicus, are i Y
,
llambeig and Garner In the Titusville Herman Fischer and I Engineer
children's shoes.
styles of time Indian River hotel this dipt. r
at
Uopp'ng;
-Editor of the St Augnse fire and Insuianco
Hopkins, case
John Tompklns have opened a dry
the enjoying the ) up
puiposoof
Herald, was In Jacksonville on week, for ) ) >TH. INDIAN: IIIVMl: IIOCKIKIMir.:
FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall hunting and fishing In this section. -Mr. J. M. Rogers returned to town !:xxls, clothing and shoe stoic at Lemon .
: iJay: Mr. A. S. I.. .' of Hotel In-
on J. A. D.iughtery: at Mr. Nullu's ou Tuesday from Roseland, where he City, under the firm nnmo of !H. Fischer manager

-Mr t', E Faber, of Utica N. Y., old stand, Titusville Fl.i. -The Palm Beach bath-house Is undergoing has been working for some time past on i.t r Co. We wish them every RIUTCHN In .Ian: River Rockletlge, passed through

l .I been spending a few weeks on Indian I great cI t'.I"; i ix>l will Eicildourne: Inn, which was built for Mr. their now enterprise.Mr. here Saturday: last, en route to New
I be re-cemented. The will l be Yolk, to confer with Mr. M. F. Dwyer
L. C. Moore of that this
rtl place, season
WE now have money to loan In sums to changed Into sleeping rooms, while the S. S. Morton, proprietor of tit( ipun) bimlness.. matters connected with

-, ape II Marcotte, St. Augustine's; suit an approved real estate; security. large corner looms in the cast will bo Among; those who paid l Tltusvlllo a Royal Victoria: hotel, Nassau, N. I', the hotel. He Informed us Ids stay In

,ll 10ll\\'n journalist, has been laid up Send In your applications. Robbins >V rented out. visit ou Satuiday last, returning the lahaina: Islands, Is at picsent nsslstinuV Vow ''umk would ho short, as he had a j jt'"HI

:a J ,,IlIad' cold this week. Graham Co. same day were: Dr. C. 11. Stewart ami arren Inland, jr,, In the management \ denl) to attend to prior to the openiignf -
kiu -The house-bt Rochester, In command Editor: E. D. ((situ, of Melbourne; and IIf the KllObl\lIl1olllle, Atlanta, Ga. '1 he the butt I, hUh" would boon the
nit, two dicdgcs working between of Capt. A. Bennett, assisted by Tax Collector E. W. Hall, of Sdiarpos. new steamer connoi t ion this. winter IHI-! .
o River and Biscayne Bay will meet MOKWe want money to loan on first Capt. Carey, arrived here, Wednesday ween Palm Beiuk' and Nassau will ntli of Januaiy.1IIK

.Imes days, It Is reported. real estate mortgages. Ten per rent rooming for the puipo-,0 of undergoinga -Mr. Richard Oladw returned home bring much new American patronago to

-tVi to enroll our friend free of all expenses to lender. Oaulder thorough: overhaul on Nelson's ways. on Friday last from Lake City, where he! the Royal Victoria Nassau Guardian.
are pleased '
& Sanders Titusville and West Palm Is attending school, to spend the Christmas :NEW I.OCK1.MMIK limo eEL
b SI Merwin's name among our rap- Beach, Floiida.RbMKMDER Capt. McFadden. while just outside holidays with his patents. The scene Manager: H. E.: lit,III I", wilting the.tuvo'A1E

racrcasing list of subscribers. Lake Woith inlet Wednesday: had his of the the did not gladden Dick's eye. A Hltf Stock of ,Iu ,'lrj. : from !:4H'kll'lljo.IIIIY.: : ""'0

-Hi, I E Ingraham, land commlsi our big stock of watches, mast carried away In a squall and came by any meansMr. ne now opened; and are having unite a
i f the Florida East Coast Railway near: losing: his vessel. A passing ship nice lot of !guests enjoying themsilves atlie
: charms, car-rings, bicastpint, necklaces hailed him at the time but did not offer O. P Havens, the well known We have on hand a good stork of Jew )
Merrills
.a wen. spending several days atnml silver novelties and everythingIn ; him any I\KIIIKtance.-jazett photographer, of Bay street, Jacksonville elry, with mile to come W,, have lists where few there JoI'UVCIII'I'IOM"fine on lot of Island; .
.1:: the lino for Christmas presents Is of goods kept at Palm 1I1'lI'h, and are a oranges.Vu
i III now turning out work equal t : any- of fruit nilwinter
the road. Call at 11. C. Budgt -Mr. Damon Orccnleaf, of the well have not In .t'H'k bee can be shall have plenty good
of on thinK we
,- i! Engineer D. M. Baker; now that sent out by the best photographei ) have
table 1
II e?a, passed through; here, Monday Dry Goods store. Anthony Bros. known Him of Greenleaf & Crosby, died In New Yolk. A view of the interior of easily\ ordered. Call early and arrange.ANTIIOIV fur our as : brought 1111.1for
for
his home In Jacksonville, Sunday ip ll.inl.in's: ,grove my own use,
at Duos. Titusville.
lit his few at his studio will our statement. ,
it way to spend a day prove and Is
night of heart failure.: His detth is our guest! to go see. Fishing
*Palm Beach.Let CALL and Inspect the general line of much regretted Jacksonville.On -Mr. John R. Walker of Melbourne, very exvellent-nuverlatvuaecu: It letter

nat everybody come out and support.chil.ll'en' jewelry and other goods suitable for paid Titusville a (tying\.) visit on Monday. The Palm llcarli I'h-r. Mr. 011<<'111' E.: Edguily: of Brooklyn,
holiday presents just received\ at the Tuesday, December list there beach catch of :II't trout weighing"
.
.11 entertainment for the ben- last: returning the same day. lie will a tlay's
Corner Drug Store by Chaffee & Co. will be a masked ball at Eau: Gallie. "
return to Titusvllln in the 4& pounds all.
the
at probably near
Nor toiTitusvile'spublic school IIt..r.VIII "'ammo,'& with NMMU i iNotwlthstandliig 11.1.
of ) friends
and lots
xn House, to-night. Quick sales, small profits cour- Tho ADVOCATE has lady future and take up his resilience here
erl teous treatment. Pi ices surprisinglylow. along the East Coast, so we have no 1I..n.
again.
-Ira! J A. MacDonald and her doubt some popular young lady will rough weather. or THE': WINDSOR' : iiorn., oJ.\'KIIII\'II.Lt:,

ttU'II' t-litei; Mrs. J. B. Reilly, of Palm represent us at tho ball. -Mr. W. M. Cortour, a champion anything else, ('apt Muss Infoims' us Opened cm Monday muinlng with

t 1Cb k have been spending; several days KLiNE will offer some gents' top shirts, -Miss Carrie Norwood arrival home strong man of New Yak. gave an exhibition hat he will get the pier milliiientlv forward ireakfast.: Mr. Warien F. l-eland, the

,St Augustine this week. worth 75 cents, for 50 cents next week. from St. Augustine; where she is attendIng of his wondei'fill feats of strcngttIn to run steamers fium, Pilm ileaclii : /ovlal: host I 101 well known throughout
lie:I Ieii Titusvlllu the first of the week which Nassnu, so tuinlHt. look foiwanl
imiy he United I Stales a* caterer to theuililiu's
-Mr end l Mrs. C. T. McCarty of Ant school at St. Joseph's academy, last:
was greatly enjoyed by those who saw this Ira shuit. while ,
to enjoyable trip a .. Mr. Leliind Invited
want au
iiieut a couple of days in town the OCR experience In the business and our Friday, to spend the holidays with her It, lie left on 1'lIell.I.IY for West Palm; respective of all riniiois to the C"II- have
'It.1 the and enabled to The Ancient City air seems to \1.\11\1'10: repiesent.itive: to peep
week, the guests of Mr. credit established has us parents. I Beach and other place.
Aim', E. Robbing put In a full line of the newest and agree with Miss Carrie very well, judging r uy. hroiigh the house, under his guidance

best jewelry, and silver novelties to be from her healthful appearance. -Commodore Hammond, the well tirylhlng: wa found In a very neut and
,-* E L, Brady, after buying a new and we known manufacturer typewriters) wasa : HM'Hul Nol Ie'! '', rdcily mauner.: The hotel hUll U'en.hoimighly
had good terms
'(t,,, k'iHKls and getting estimates on on especlaly share -The party, consisting of Messrs, E. pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE olllce cleaned and renovated from
to our suc
sir5 brick building returned home propose our patrons F. Bristol and Ed. Bristol, the Misses time utllce and pailurs
to bottom" :
yesterday afternoon. He lift hi.ine up ;
be for sale at II. B. Budge .
. 'a 'aclcsonville' on Monday. cess. Will Bros.Dr. Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. Edgcrly, and 1>1... yacht Lounger at Sowall's Point where We have a like line of millinery, mud have IHWII hiuiguil and Improved; 31ncMiideiuenl : t
Goods stole. Anthony arrive the latest
Dry Chatfield who have been ou a more soon to ; .Ijlcn
Miss
and the
,"J' was very gratifying to us to hear down, Indian River and she I I. waiting an O\'IH"\ | itunity to gu to and I nicest goods. Especial: stltntloi (amps are hung slung
days' trip Iwautlliedwith
ten .tulsulu tin are
for Mr. Hammond porch pallors
Key West ;
ao\
Is S "umpliraents paid the ADVOCATH W. L. Hughlftt of Cocoa, wa Lake Worth, ou Capt. Bennett's houseboat left today, via Tampa will I* paid to s-inakliiK slam tall many: hanging baskets; tilled with }
Toniinent Jacksonville the Gr.odflew
residents of at the cottage nenr
in town the first of the week" on a professional Rochester, returned to Rockledge Wiley Intl..l'.Lumts' all well a* fern and otherluploal
rt" '.4: week, We shall endeavor to doa visit. on Saturday evening last, having had a -The Titusvllle Social Club gave a hotel. Mrs. K.: A, Gray; and Miss foliage 1.II1JllU'atlt're.1 through

> !them, enjoyable time. sheet and pillow dance 'ruelltlaY'I.IIIIt. Florence Norwood.

-!Mt -Mrs. Fred W. Kettle of St. Augustine very The attendaiic\ of the "ghosts" was not out.
ion r, L. Rumph brother of Mr. until Tuesday Mr. Geo. F. Meserve, of St. Augustine The whole place: I I.* very tastefully
S b Rurapb! passed through hereJa fcpent from Saturday. -, who came here last week to purchase si> large: : as anth-llatml.I Several cramp clllor..dboys when *| I ()(),CHU Tor IINrayiKt U.i>'. arranged, and the dining room hearsenutparlson
the metropolis.Messrs. around town
in got badly
lay last, on his way home to Arwhere for C. F. Hamblen of that city with any hotel In Jacksonville
"***, he bas large business In- F. W. Pope J. H. Norton, stock of sash, doors and blind. of the they I saw the "ghosts": an the streets: The rui.i'jr I III excellent, and meals
stiil the and made for home with considerable It I Is repoited that emigres hUIaIUlI.,1a
eats< lIe visit Indian River Haines and C. H. Campbell they will lie served at all hours of the day: -
may Lawrence Co. of Chicago
A Libbey consigned .
Sarson : swiftness. The next party w 111 lie a bill fur tluo.dnil, fur Improvement utIllscayne \
*;;a later this o'clock mldnl, b&.
in Titusville d until I 11
the season. of Jacksonville, were in A Day returned to the from a m.
to Ray : If lid I I. think
i'overty Party, the first Tuesday Jan. Bay. true, we }
'I'1..re Is an able staff of mmUtant
iRHfisf -Yn. 8, II. Happersett and her two week. Ancient City on Friday last, having com- such ally action I I. remarkable; fur Ie.huul.1 ijulte Fred '
Windsor them
";men after spending some months In -The sharpie, Belle recently pur- pleted hi. arrangements for taking the -Mr. J. G. Kennedy of New York be rfniemlwrcd that congre. ha.. at the among of Mr. Inland.being head

"" "a, returned to town on Friday chased by Mr. C. W. Brownrlgg of Or- goods. acting comptroller of the Florida. East: only been In session a few day and, I I. del A. 1.,1&lId.II. :who Is a nephew In charge of the utllce. Hews

They were accompanied by Mr. lando, from Messrs. Hodgson Bros., of Major and Mrs. St Clair Abram. Coast Railway, was In Jacksonville onMonday. not yet fairly l organised. If I the; rei-.it, iscornet with hi* uncle both at Chicago and

fjmett; who went up last week to Eau Gallic, was again sold on Friday and their daughter Mrs. W. StrolLer ) He had just arrived from the It Is evident a master ban I Is I awoik It Newport. Ernest: C. Chown who was
r.rc them home his Larsen of Jupiter, being north where lie miss 1Nr'n l sulT"rliig fron manipulating the '11'11'11110 that the
he continuing last, Capt. I' smith are now pleasantly\ located at the with Mr. Bland, at Newport Is night
J-'--) Co West Palm Beach the same' the purchaser. 1st. James hotel Jacksonville Mrs.Abrams a bad cold. Mrs. Kennedy had also been Bay Blcayne region will get its full clerk, and A. K. Martin I I.* room clerk.
ill\ with typhoid f""cl. but Is now re- I la available\
The share of what there
friends of Mrs. ADVOCATE money
J Happersettaehei : Informed an representative the House at
: -Capt. O. S. Porter one of the prom- lie comes from Equinox 1,
: :overiug.Mrs. harbor and Itquick.
for Improvement get
the Lath ,
return. that although Major
citizens of Daytona, has madeanother Maiwhtwlrr Vt., a'IOIIII not unknown to
"Dt sod Mrs. have inent deal In real estate. Recently he opened an office In Jacksonville he did W H. McIntyre wa met b1 We only regret that somebody rlorida tourists having been at the Ponce j
F. II.
'Columbus 0. fur Iloughton The sold his property at the corner of Mag- not Intend giving up his office and pml-! one nf our representative on Tuiwlay with a* long a bole would poke a !little ,le I..MIU at /M. Augustine/ and at the .
Daytona. residence In Tavares, amt that they She hurriedly leaving !;t. Augustine life Into the project for a harbor at Palatka. A. C. llib-
*> outfit la In and he has 'nolia and Palmetto avenues to Mr. Wellll. vale was / / Putnam blouse at
** ed> dental Daytona Atlantic Missouri. Mr. Well. Is could return there fur a time whenever for Titusville, whei situ heard her hus- (I'anaveral.; Kom.IH..11I'r"lI..ed the button hard, another old attache < t the Inland '1
In the St. Joseph,
f Of
rooms and 1I.0tllur'III..le
set banker. they felt inclined to do so. b ud-the genial captain of the steame Ut year Major hotel, hold the responsible pmltlon of
'er the Palmetto drug store, said to be a wealthy In the
favorable -
a report rt.'lardlo iiecesslty
Courtenay-w. lying quite III. limn caviller. Daniel Lowe: steward; I' Myers. ,
'let be will be happy to meet all hi. West Palm Beach Gazetteer Mr, J. E Lanouette, ,who has bee she and practicability of making Improvements -
>..;a. -The her arrival In town wa agireal'l\ ssUtantsteward; Albeit" Aibc" rlina, chef;
Id: and new. Dr. and Mrs..at while just outside Weather Bureau station at Jupiterfor at Bincayne Bay, and congress -
says: "Capt. McFadden, at the surprised to learn that It was net thoapUln s UO>U. W. Scbrsck ant Gw flout' wine
1 .-- will stop at the Palmetto Lake Worth inlet, Wednesday, had ten days, taking the plate of Observer that wa 111, but his d >tf. seems to have done the rest. clerks; John Mctiratb, head porter; and ,
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sitle: tn to.'n.r his mast carried away in a squall and J. W. Crook during hi. vacation Miss McNamara, housekeeper conclude 1
hi. vessel A passing returned to town on Tuewlay. lie hat -IoU of amusement for you at the
losing I. exclusive list.
near THE Eagle Clothing Store the
w. trade at all seasons oft came but did not welcome hi. return Opera house tit-night. ,
.I your ship hailed him at the time, a little stranger to agent for W. I.. Douglas' celebrated J
"*t, but have made special efplease of bouncing nine-
a In the a
assistance. home person
offer him any men's shoes. They have bought a (Jlirlitiiiuii Services.Service .

.omi mi prices! of you our In the line style of holiday -Ol1r people were pleased to see the early pound last boy Saturday who arrived morning.on To the say scenes)fl'. WE have W>t all wool men's suits I ID complete stock which will arrive In a

again assorted color. In broken sizes whlc few days be beld St. Gabriel's
will at
'' suitable for Xmaa presents.II street electric lights turned on Is overjoyed at this new addition ,
do us a favor to call and Monday night .. dark streets are by no Lanouette is DO name fur It. Congratula. we will close out at .:X50, M..VI' anti ----- church, Tltusvllle at II l o'clock a. m. on

':'tt't' what we have. Chaffee Co. mean electric light corownr lions are being received from friend. on $7.50. On examination you will find' -Get your tickets In time for the.hlldre Christmas day. Archdeacon Brown will
roJrtSrtalnly bustled to get th't' these bargain Eagle '
have all side, and the ADVOCATE Join with are rare entertainment to-night. officiate. .
tilted so soo and are to be coogratulated the little DeW comer along Clothing Store
them wishing
"rget, you will find Anthony on having such an efficient\ them in and prosperity DOX'T forget that Kline lias the biggest WE: will offer some great bargalnajs
of
happiness
;, It the JI. C. Budge Dry Goods life ..' children's ladle.' skirts chemises nijttit'owma\
line of lad I. gents' and ,
,
and the
'e Lanouvtu baby are We to jewclrbuttaess
our
>u n Titu.ville, with a tine line of force _- Roth Mrs. are going reopen .hID town. etc. Julius Kline.NOTWITHSTANDING .
'tins; goods. progressing favorably. THusviUe., and will I have a
I t you want a good suit of clothes,rial. splendid hottday (Jck: Come and sefer .

C :""ii'lred! and knee pantsn Joan to Kline'l and Jhe him Eagle Cothing Store is e,lferlac yoursetf. New gjods, new fixtures. We'll /get the fire. Mrs. TXsner
fifty boys' bar. Tea
'".' '(" an wool goods in sizes :\ut week: we sip tfl'hr' IpHial fern'ishinggooda bargains Infill awl winter C*>th. ASTIIOXT lino., Jewelers, move on, bunting( for your Xf068 trade. Is prepared to supply bread rakes J

<: :t"1II '1.00 toi.60persult, at the gains to clothing, ghosts. gents'" rare lag At the II. C. Uud e Dry Goods Store AiTUoar BH *.. Jewelers etc., to the public as heretofore '

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LOCAL NEWS tend Thl Column Carefully. -Mr. Wm. L. sharp, of Chicago arrived -Take notice of Wilson. T H>mei's -Mr. W. N. Hendry has been on the AMONG Till: HOTKLH.

In town Tuesday. new ad on ftth page of this Issue. nick list this week.
of General Interest. THE EAOIE CLOTHING STORE In the
ad Topics ADVOCATE brick -Mrs. A. Becker of City Point, was a Several articles and Items are crowd -Mr. E. I. Brady now doing busi New ads. of the Windsor hotel Jack-
Titunl1le.Are
the leading clothiers building on the East, pleasant visitor to town on Saturday. ed out of this Issue neltllin the ADVOCATE brick building. nvllle; City hotel and Palmetto hotel

., Coast of Florida. Watch their ads on -Mrs. J. E. Bowman and baby of this -Mr. II. B. Archibald still remains In -Tho Hon. Fred S. Morse, of Miami: n.ay ton i, will IK found on Mli page ofthis

fy J this and other pages and do not fall place left the end of last week for West Jacksonville where he Is getting alongIn has been In :St. Augustine a few dajs Issue.

to give them a trial. Palm Beach on a visit to friends. good shape. this week. The Ai>vorATK returns thanks to Mr.
) Tarrrn F. Leland the Windsor; Mr. ..1.n. .
-1 I -Miss Tomlinson of New York still -The waiters and bellmen for the -We are pleased to note that we are Campbell the St. James; and Mr. F.
Efr JOB PRINTING at this office. mains with her mother at Oimond Palm Beach Inn passed through here adding several new subscribers to our Intrp, the Oeneva hotel Jnoknonvlllc,

anti she looks as bright and lively is Friday last. HMt. f.vt'l'ylittle helps. f..r courtemes extended to proprietor

I DoVr FORGET in buying Christmas ever. -Quite a deal of work has been done County Solicitor J;,,,. T. Sanders of the first eif the week

presents that Chalice Co. would be Mayor Gaillard, of St. Augustine, on the Meamois Sweeney and Santa West 1'nlm honcho Is now the father of a

glad of an opportunity to show you passed through Titusville, Tuesday rn Lucia which are now on Lake Worth. >ouncln baby boy.Capts. .
THE ST. 4AM>:* IIOTk.1., IAt'K"tI\'II.t.r.: ,
what have
they and try and suit your route to West Palm Beach and New
.t. Bennett and John Cnioy,
taste and the sire of your pocket River. Major H. Halliard of :St. Augustine .lacked iiilte| gay !Monday night It
book. has been spending several days down on and fir John Mellor of Eau: Galllo, gave icing the ix-caslon of a ball given by The

a Benedict, PolUk: A ('0., the well Dade county's new canal this week. our office e pleasant call jesterday.Dr. ':.vtilax'h's ( tub. There wan a brilliant

known: wholesale dry goods! house of -Cot.! Aaron A. DeGrauw of Jamaica M. D. I.. Matson lutsretinned to sMMiiblagp, and we regret our representative -
WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on Jacksonville, Inform us that their bus-! N. Y., Is expected at El Dora this week, town from West Palm Beach, to speed had: to decline an Invitation to join

our 7th page. flees Is exclusively wholesale.Mrs. where he "'IIlSI'ud the winter. the Xmas holidays with his family.Commodore III the dance The ADVOCATE hopes tow

V REPLY TO MANY INQUIRIES N. S. Carter and daughter Sousa, e>n hand at some future occasion.
Welch and wife
FRIENDS AT A DISTANCE WE still have a few more Imported who has been spending the summer In -Mr. J. D. Crabb of Cocoa, spent Chns. and 'his hotel Is well known and Its pro.plletor -
ROM cheviots and tricots all from Tuesdey evening to Weelnesday arrived from Boston on Wednesday: Is
overcoats satin lucre Saturday !Mr. J. R. Campbell, very
n BEG TO INFORM THEM TIIAT lined at $10; the grandest bargain ever Pennsylvania last on, passed their through home to Mel-- morning here with his family. We ac- w ill, as usual spend the winter on Ban Hipular.!

-ADVOCATE" BRICK BUILD- offered. Eagle Clothing Store. >ourne. way knowledge a pleasant call. ana river.

STILL, STANDS,JVS ABOVE. -Mr. St. Clair Nesblt of Indlanola. -Mrs. Mungerand daughter: of Chi-
Mrs. Chan passed through IIOTM IITIKVA: JA('KSONVII t, :.
DKFD blanks lOc. each; 1.00 per 100 at Blyth who has been spending the summer anuiautumn cage are stopping at the Decker house
Itusvllle the first of the ,,week on her several Frank Sharp of the above
need In the of the ADVOCATE office.Two months In Pennsylvania, passed where they expect to remain Manager ,
What do you way Ga. where she will\
way to Savannah here his home. months. hotel, is getting a numlier of guests and
elopes, note and letter heads bill. joIn her husband who Is In business atthat through Monday on way alllll'l"lk in high terms of the tine beds
THINGS certaln-on taxes the
ads, statements taps, cards etc ? ; place. Observer J. W. Cronk who has Services at St. Gabriel's Episcopal: and Iwd-spilugs at the Geneva. Mr.
other-Anthony Bros, will at
[shall be glad to have a shaie of your display been several at Atlanta church lIy-morllllljt and evening.
spending days: all his gild wel-
harp gives guests a
the II. C. Budge Dry Goods store a -Mrs. Anna 1\[. Marcotte, proprietor \lebrallon\ of Communion in the
Holy
at fine stock of XMas goods. winter journal passed through: here Monday, to resume oine, and makes spiH-lal rates to resl-
popular
of St. Augustine's
his at the Weather Bureau,' morning.
theAnvociTKlat position dents UII tho East: Coast of Florida.TIIR .
t -A MERRY CHRISTMAS to all our I. The Taller, infoims ton at Jupiter.Although ,
-Tht' school will\\ hold!
Baptist Sunday
lets. JiLirs KIINK Is fixed for business better her will\ make Its llrstappear-
t l.apl'r of January.: we printed a large num- their Christmas entertainment on Thursday -
now than ever, In Anthony Broc. anCA on rAIIIITOV IIOTH. JACKaoNt'ii.I.K.Notwlttetaflding .
-Dr, W, S. Graham spent from Satur- old jewelry store. bar of extra copies of the AimnATK list evening next at 7 o'clock.. All are ,
'1 until Monday at Rockledge. Capt. and Mrs. It. P. Paddison returned Friday not a copy remained unsold by ordially Invited to attend tho fact that tho
from their trip to the exposition lostolllto has Ix'cn leinoved from the
-Mr John Mellor of Eau Gallic, has :r The ADVOCATE may be had at at Atlanta on Friday: list. They were Saturday pink, so great was the elo- -Mr. S. W. Crlchlow treasurer of the"lagler 'miuodlato: nelKhlHilhiMMl of the Caileton,
wad for the
.. im town a couple of days this week. Dr. :t>ci even's drug store ami Mrs. Emma well pleased with what they saw In the paper. Railway has re-signed owing toiii his hostelry under the nuamug,'mu'nt of'iapo

-The /firm who tries to do business Eaton's new stand, 5c. per cupy. Rate City but said: it was very cold.! -Col. Frank Popo the well-known \\ health andMr. W. II. lleardesli-v, of { "t\'l'lIt', still holds Its own as
lawyer of Jacksonville arrived In town New Yoik, has been appointed to till the In this
ijchys entirely on friendship is a t'IIMrlSam Hirils and E. (I. Mur- Ono of the (mpular: stopping !places
.k t number. DON'T forget that Kline has i"i! : different pby, of Hanis' Nickel Plate Circus, arc (n Monday to take up the defense for acancy.Capt. letropolls.IIOTt I
of children's shoes. lambeig and Gainer In the Titusville Herman Fischer and Engineer: :
styles at the Indian River hotel this ( --
topping
of the St
-Editor Hopkins AlIgn tire and insurance case.
the John Tompkins hate opened up a dry
for the puiposeof enjoying
x Ilerald was In Jacksonvillo on week :I. INDIAN IlIVIII: lt ('KI,KIHIt-
FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall hunting and fishing in this section. -Mr. J. M. Rogers returned to townon !goods, clothing and shoe stoio at 1,0111011
Way on J. A. Daughtery at Mr. Nollu's Tuesday from lUmel.ind: : where he (city, under the linn name of H. Fischer Mr. A. S. Lei, manager:( of llotelIn-

-Mr i E Faber of Utica :N. Y., old stand, Titusvllle, Fla.WE I' -The Palm Beach bath-house Is undergoing 11I"IIt'cn working for some time past on .V Co. We wish them every success In lian ill: err, t.cklt.IJott': passed through
urecuspending a few weeks on Indian great changes. The 'pool will icildtmrno; Inn which was built for Mr. their now cuteipilsuMr. beau Sitinday: : last, en route to New
be re-cemented. The rear end will hiechanged \ YOlk. to confer with Mr. M. F. Dwyer
L. C. Moore of that this
r/l place season
now have money to loan In sums to Into sleeping rooms, while the S. S. Morton proprietor of the Mara business matters connected with

-, apt II Marcotto, St. Augustine's:( suit an approved real estate security. large: corner rooms In the Cl\llt" III be Among those who paid Tltnsvlllo a loyal; Victoria: hotel Nassau N. P., IIi... .buivl. lie formed us his stay In

'U sawn )journalist, has been I laid up Scud In your applications. Robbins: : rented out. visIt on Saturday I last: returning the Hhalllhlnul.: : .., Is at present asslstlnitVanen Now \'oik would to ,hurt, as he had a

o:J hid cold this week. Giaham Co. slime diy were: Dr. C. 11. Stewart and Inland: jr, hi the management: ,( good deal to attend to prior to the oI'en-
between -The house-In Rochester, In command .ditor E. i). Oslin, of Melbourne; and of theKlmball House, Atlanta: (in. The tug of theliotil. hint would ho on thn
rin two dredges working of Capt. A. Bennett, assisted by this winter INIwccm
Tax Collector E. W. Hall of sharpen.Mr. new steamer conn.lt'tlUn -
.i Oven and Biscayno hay will meet MOBWo want money to loan on first Japt. Carey arrived here, Wednesday: Palm lleatk and Nassau willtlng nth of January.

eta days It is reported.ffi real estate mortgages.:( Ten penenl morning, for the 11\I1'IIO"e[ of undergoing Richard Gl.idw returned homeon > much new American patronage to

ire pleased to enroll our friend free of all expenses to lender. Gauldei a thorough overhaul on Nelson's ways. Friday last from Lake City where he the !Royal Victoria.--Nassau iiiardi.ui.
& Sanders, Titusvillo and West Palm III attending school to spend the Chlistnas 1IIK NfVI10CKIMMIE llorH.
.i M Merwin's name among our rapDcreaslng Beach, Flotilla.REMFMDEU -Capt. McFaddcn. while just outside holidays: with ..lll'al'.lItll. The scene -- Min.ige-r 1 1.( E: lie-nils, wilting theAi

; list of subscribers. Lake Worth inlet equal, had his IIf tho tire did not gladden: Dick's eyes A hUg Stock of Jenelry. vw'.ta a; from hhs'klt'dgn, sna'e:

-Mt I t, Ingraham; land com 01111- our \big stock of watches, mast canted his away vessel.In a A and tamo by any means net now optaicdsnd are having iiilte| "a
c )r the Florida East Coast Railway. near losing passing ship 1I1t't lot of enjoying tht'IIIM"'V' at
r r : guests
charms ear-rings, bieastpin, neck- tiled; him at the time but did not offer -Mr. O. P. Havens, the well knownihotographer We have on hind a good 1 stick of Jewelry ( Inland
t several days at ho few tu'loss on Merrills ,
oeeo spending hues silver novelties and everything; with We have lists gloves
him any >l.a/etteer. : of Bay: street Jacksoiiille iiioio income.
are I whir theio are n lino lot of oranges.,(
In the lino for Christmas presents Is of at Palm IIt'llt'lI. and
i III now turning out work equal| to goods kept nny-
... Engineer D. M. Baker, of now on the road. Call at II. C. Budge -Mr. Damon Grcetileaf of the will that sent out by tho best photographers thing we have: not In ata'k here can 1 he Vii shall: have plenty of giNMl fruit alt

+IIII?*.- passed through here Monday Dry Goods store. Anthony Bros. known Him of Grc-cnleaf de Crosby, died In New You k. A view of the Interior of evilly ordered. Call early and arianget. winter for our table, as 1 have iMiiightip and
llaiilan's for own use,
home In Jacksonville Sunday grove my
his
t 110 his to few days atat at his studio will statement. ANToahhaes.1'Itusviile., : .
> way spend a prove our Is
tight: of heart failure. His death is fur our guests to go alull\t.( Fishing
(
Palm Beach. CALL and Inspect the general line of: have It IK.tier.
.l1l'1lt-'lttver
much regretted In Jacksonvillo. -Mr. John R. Walker of Melbourne very seta
-Ui everybody come out and supportchildren's jewelry and other goods suitable for laid Titusvllle a trying, visit on Monday Tlitt 1'alni Itriuli I'ior. .lr..I Oscar E.: Edgeily: : i>f Brooklyn
entertainment for the ben- holiday presents just received at the -On Tuesday: Iecembcr31st, there last, returning the same day. He will lad n day's iiitdi of all trout weighing

r 'tot Titusville's public school at the Coiner Drugstore by Chaffee A Co. will be a masked ball at Eau Gallie. probably return to litusvllln In the near Itte..r.VIII ('uunr.1 with Ns..su Ilil.. i 4 pounds In all."
small and has lots of 1 friends
cour- lady
Quick sales profits The AIIVOCATE :
rn house, tonight.lire future and take up his residence here
teous treatment. Prices surprisinglylow. along the East: (Coast: so we have no again. KtHH4in.Notwithstanding .

J, A. MacDonald and her doubt some Popular young lady will loiigli weather or Tiir a 1 I'.tlJlII..rr.I., JACKSOI\ILI: :,

ou.:tel, Mrs. J. B. Rellly, of Palm represent us at the ball. -Mr. W. M Cortour. a champion anything else, ( 'apt. (toss Informs us Opened on Monday tiiollilng with

sub have been spending several days Ki INK will offer some gents' top shirts. Miss Carrie Norwood arrived home strong man of Sew' ...k, gave an ex- that lie will get, the pifi "l11dt'llth forward niakfast. Mr. Uaricn F. la-land the

St Augustine this week. worth 73 cents, fur 50 cents next week. from- St. Augustine, wheie she Is attending libillon of his wonderful feats of strength:( to run steamers from Pilni Bench ovlal hoot Is well known throughout
In Titusvlllo the first of the week which
tourists liHik forward
-Mi last tn Nassau so may he United Stales ftIa caterer to thepublic'5
and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, of Ana school at St. Joseph's academy :
was greatly enjoyed 1 by those who saw In, shoit
to this eiijuyiilile" trip a while
'Ilent| a couple of days in town theY Ot H experience in the buslners and our 'liday' to spend the holidays with her IL He left on Tuesday for West Palm I of nil tu the con wants. Mr. (land Invited anAl
"' ire week the guests of Mr. and credit established has enabled us to larents. The Ancient City air seems to leach and other riespcctlve I riiinois >V<><'ATK rcpicHentalive to have |perm

1 Gas M. Robbins put in a full line of the newest and agree with Miss Carrie very ,,-ell. judging places. rary. through the house under his guidance.he.rythiug ,( .

best jewelry and silver novelties to be from her healthful apHiarance| Commodore Hammond, the well : was found' In a v"rYlleat and
-Mr i E L, Brady after buying a newt had especialy good terms, and we known manufacturerof typewriters, was H.e-4'lal Not !<'<'. .rduly inauner. The hotel bus bc-e-n
>' Koods and getting estimates on on to share our sucrcss. -The party, consisting of Messrs. K a pleasant caller at the .\UVOI'ATJo: office .hoioiighly cleaned said I renovated Trout
ki brick building, returned home propose our patrons E. Bristol and Ed. Bristol, the Misses lie left his line to bottom the office and pailunhtvn
Will be for sale at H. B Budge yesterday afternoon We have nl line f md 1,1' ;
r l u Jacksonville Bristol Mr. and Mrs. Edgerly and Mrs < e e> millinery,
on Monday. Bros. yacht' Lounger: at Sewall's !Point where : Keen ehuigud and Improved ; :JAn
Goods stoie. Anthony the !latest his
to arrive Mt
Dry >
and Miss Chatlleld who have been on a more ItfHIII ; ,
he Is waiting an onpoitunity to to <'undi-M'ent lamp artt hung along the
go
was very gratifying to us to hear down Indian River and \ and nicest giMMls. }.*)>< < lal. aUtllt: lOIn
ten days' trip Key West for which! place: Mr. Hamrnond .tulsidu porch; the pallors are Ixjaullfledit
raa"ompliment." the ADVOCATUrinnnent
tall
paid will be to drvss-makliiK also
of Cocoa was Lake Worth on Capt. Bennett's house mold with
'; -Dr. W. L. Hughlett left to-day, vla'rauui..a. many: bunging basket tilled
residents of Jacksonville the GrnndView
in town the first of the week on a professional boat Rochester returned to Rockledgeun at the Wiley towage, nesr l as well a* fern and other
.a! week, We shall endeavor to doa visit. Saturday evening last, having had avery -T"e Titusvllle Soelal Club gave isheet .hotel Mrs. K.: A. Gray and Miss IH.IIt..I/I."b./| : ( hiving scattered through

I, tiiem enjoyable time. and pillow dance, Tuesday! night. Florence Norwood.!
'Yi -Mrs. Fred W. Kettle of St. Augustine The j attendance\ of the "ghosts" was notso --- ---- out.
rt r L. Rumph, brother of Mr. from Saturday until Tuesdayin -Mr. Geo. F. Meserve, of />it. Augustine The| whole place I. very taMtl'fullyarrilll1'ccl.
Several coloredboys
t 'Is. Humph, passed through here' pent li.. who came here last week to purchase large as allth'lpate,1. tit | ()(),(HO Tor HUrajiio Hay.It and the dining room boar
the > scared when
around
:; metrojK town got badly
::
aa
) last, on his way home to Ar- for C. F. Hamblen, of that city ('mparlsoii with any hotel In Jacksonville. -
, - and made for home with considerable Is that Congress h..l.a.,1a
! repoitwd
1IIta l He visit Indian River Lawrence Halnes and C. H. Campbell, they will be nerved at all hour of the day-
may & Libbey C'o, of Chicago:( consigned -
Carson : swiftness. The next party will be a bill fur *iisuse| | for illlploveinelll lit
Alate, in the season. of Jacksonville were in Titusville this to Ray ark Day, returned to the from 6 a. m. until 12: o'cloe\ midnight.
If lids U think
l'uv"rtl'arty, the tint Tuesday Jan ItlscayiiH Biy.' true, we
I: "*' week. FrIlaylaat. having com here I I. iiulte' an able staff of assistants
8, H Happersett and her two Ancient City on such early < tlori Is remarkable; for It
i-,: .'to after spending some months in -The sharpie Belle recently pur- pleted his arrangements for taking the -Mr. J. G. Kennedy of New York should lx reineinlwr l that congress has ,, at the Windsor, among them Inland(being heiulcleik Fred 1 "
of Mr.
-i4II ta, returned to town on Friday chased by Mr. C. W. Brownrigg of Orlando foods. acting comptroller of the Florida Ea'oMt .. only been In session a few days sod l Is .\. la-land who, a Is nephew In charge of the office., He

) i* They were accompanied by Mr. from Messrs. Hodgson Bros., of Major and Mrs. St. ClaIr Abram Railway, was In Jacksonville on not yet fairly organized. If ::17aI"i; : t is was with, his uncle both at Chicago andIt ]
fjtrtett) who went up last week to Eau Gallle wan again sold on Friday and their daughter Mrs. W. Strother Monday. He had just ilived from the cornet, it Is evident a I at Ernest clown, who wa

1. them home he continuing his last, Capt. I' Larsen, of Jupiter beIng Smith are now pleasantly located at the north where he hiss bran suffering from work manipulating the wires so that tin with Newport.Mr. Island at Newport, I I. night

( > u, West I'alm Beach the same the purchaser. 5t. James hotel Jacksonville Mrs a bad cold. Mrs. Kennedy' had also "been Hay Biscsyne region will get Its full ,Jerk, and A. E Martin I I. room clerk.
The- III with typhoid lover, but Is now re share vf hat there Is available
friends of Mrs. ADVOCATE w money
Happersett Informed
O. S. Porter one of the promInent Abrams an representative He come from the K |ulnoi House at
I' :a!Ie !:lei return. -Capt.citizens of Daytona, has made that although the Major baal covering. for harbor Improvements, and get It.julck. Manchester Vt., all,111 not unknown to

.Dr and Mrs. F. II. Hough ton have another deal In real estate. Recently he opened an office In Jacksonville he did -Mrs. \\'. II. McIntyre was met by We only regret that somebody Florida tourists, having IMWII at the Pomtle

-II t:'iurabu, 0., for Daytona. The sold his property the corner of Mag- not Intend giving up his office and pilvate one cjf our representatives un Tuesday with.. long a put would! yoke( a little loon at St. Augustine, and at the

tiItor's outfit .U In and he has nolia and Palmetto avenues to Mr. V> elU, residence in Tavares, wi that they She was huiriedly 1..lnICSt. Augustine life Into the project for a harbor at Putnam Ilousu at Palatka. A. C. llib-
ell dental rooms Daytona In the Atlantic of St. Joseph, Missouri. Mr. Wells !I. eould return there fur a time whenever For Titusville, wheie she Beard her hut (I'anaveral., Somelxxly: presseul the button In&l'.I. another old attache of the 1.elan,1 l

4tk fiver the Palmetto drug store said to be a wealthy banker. they felt Incllued to do so. b t tnd-the genial captain of the steamer last year and Major lIaulbur1111"Je liotel, hold the responsible |MM>itlon of
favorable In to the

a report regard: necessity
Courtenay-was lying quite 111. I'pon cashier. Daniel Lace ateuward1'; -Vyerm,
:".+be will be happy to meet all his -The West Palm Beach Gazetteer -jjr. J. E Lanouette, ,who has been her arrival In town .h" wasagieeaU. ; and practicability of making Improvements sslstantstewaril; Albert Albertlnl chef;
.Id! and new. Dr. and Mrs. McFadden, while just out- Weather Bureau tloo at Jupiter at Biscayn Bay and congress
at the learn that It 1&1tJllt tin
-tot says: "Capt. surprised to "" (ieo W. Schraek: and Geu. Plmil, wine
".*- unit will in atop at the Palmetto side Lake Worth inlet, Wednesday bad for ten days, taking the place of OUerv captain that was III, but his d g. seems to have done the rest. clerks; John McGrath, head porter; and
town. his mast carried away In a squall aDd er J. W. Crook during his vacation Miss MeNamara hounc-keepor conclude
A He baala -Lots ill amusement for you at tin ,
his vessel. passing returned to town on Tuesday.
M;*"xi I your trade at all seasons of came hailed near losing him at the time but did out little stranger to welcome, his return Opera house te -nllbt.. Till Eagle Clothing Store Is excluslvi the list.
celebrated --- -
ship for W. I. Douglas' i
agent
,1 ', but ef- "
have nine-
made
a special of bouncing
the a
assistance. home In person '
offer him any men's shoes. They have bought a ,
1.( Christina Hen 111.
please In the variety who arrive the seen
; style, on
you
c It.1Jrlcn/ of our line of holiday -Our people were pleased to see the early pound last boy Saturday, morning. To say MrLanouetto W& have 5Ol all wool men's suits I In complete stock which will arrive In a

:-'oC. suitable for Xmas present. street electric lights turned on again Is overjoyed at this new addition assorted color. In broken sizes, which few days Service. will\ be held at M. Gabriel's

"ill do us a favor to call and as dark streets are by no. Is no name for it. Congratula we will close out at .:V50, NI si) and church Titusvllle, at II o'clock a. m. on

:'I*" 't what we have. Chaffee Co. mean. plSt The hustled company lions ar'' (being received from friends 00 $7.50.' On examination you will find -Get your ticket In time for the Christmas day. Archdeacon Brown will

must certainly have to gel all sides, and ADVOCATe Joins with that these are rare bargains. EagleClothing hlldren's entertainment tonight officiate.

them tilled i soraulateil soon, and are to be eon wl.blntbe little new comer along Store
them in Wirgal
"rget will find Anthony
you having s-cn an effic eat --- Dox'T forget that Kline baa the biggest WK will offer some
t: II the Goods gg on life of happiness and prosperity .
II. C. -
Budge Dry
-. ''u Titusvllle, with a tine line of force. Both Mrs. Lanouette and the baby are WK are reopen our jewelry line of 'ladies', gents' and children's ladles' skirts chemises, nlfttl gwnl- "
'lt\ Kline.Norwlrast&snlxo 1P
Julius
shoes In town. etc.
and will have
>tma goods.a progressing favorably. business In a
clothes, I ...
want a good suit of g. stuck. Come and .
Ir you splendid holiday Mfr
: : : 'tred and flftyoo.a' knee pants down to KUne'i and give Wm a trial.Next bargains Tee Eagle Clothing Store is offeringrare : NKW goods, Bsturea We'll get a the fire Mrs. Pe4snerIs
will vffer special TlUMf.ASTIIOS1' lino.. Jewelers but : fur X Mae trade. prepared to supply inad, rakes
K,' it' all wool goods in broken sixes lum- bargains In fall and winter ctothIn move on, ng your
I r'lII,' $1.00 to J.60 per suit, at the eel4cthing, .hoes. fMU I At the H. C. Budge Dry Good. Store, AXTIIOI Uxo, Jewelers etc., to the public M heretofore I I'

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:t SOCIETIF.K ETC. the day's supplies of meat and vegetables John Hare baa changed hit mind The Clyde Steamship Co.
I thought the day Instead 01: again and bat definitely concluded to .. .

+ t. I fl myself had grown warmer, and did Dot open his coming American tour in .

..t, Free and sufficiently protect' myself against the! Plnoro'i "The Notorious Mn. Ebb-

,t I cold. The consequence Is, I shiver; and, lID I th." Public
'I as the snow commences to melt In the!
Masons
; Accepted sun and I neglected to put my rubbers eve
i on, my feet are wet and cold, and I Over 8,000 patent toned!
.; shiver, and think I had better have a in the United States for the manufae 1

.I',. glass of hot lemonade with plenty of tare of inks.POMAR Generally.

t.,I Indian TltuRVllIe whisky In It to-night. I must not forget . .
River it 1 Fla. to send someone to the store for the

4 I Lodge, No. flu lemons-I have the whlaky I have dinner -

r ready, and am tired and very warm.Ilusbanml & THOMAS, Exacting,
1 HoMA Its meetings the' second and fourth FrI. and children come In, makingthe _
C 1 rife of earn" month, at the ourt house,Titus. floor damp and muddy with their Economical and

C( J.'MEKurt, at: mm': ,p., in. 8. It. RAT, wet over-shoes, and cooling the house Tinners and Plumbers.
""c. W. M. with so much running In and out and Critical
'f again I shiver The coal bin Is empty, New York Charleston and Florida Lice,
I'M, find It seems to me it nearly always I II IA. ,
KNIGHTS OF FITIItAS. Galvanized Iron Gutteringand Buyers Included
,
: must go down town this afternoon to
I Seminole' Ixxlire No. *1. hold ito mwtlnir, at order more coal, pay the gas bill and --
the Court house, the' ant f.tirThnredayoven. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are a
I .. Ing of each. month at S o'clock p. in. water rent. Johnnie must have.a new Tanks a Specialty r-\ Are urgently requested to call and
will have do with ,
JimmIe to
overcoat ( follows
l
sail
II. II. ITtmilAHD, J. T. RE\.I'OLl., pointed to as :
1 C. C. K. of R, A: R. his old one); I must get Fannie a new examine our late arrivals of
and i jy5 >till mates given on work and I S. C. Both
i I Ir warm hood and mittens, Lulaleggln Calling at Charleston, Ways.
r INDIAN RIVER WARDS. and over-slmoes. We do seem to need 110 Correspondence Solicited.
ITAI'DAaD TUIIS.)
# things In the winter that cost smuch. and (
Drill at th. Armory, over county jail,every many POMAR & THOMAS, New From New York. From Jackson\111. r
Tuesday: evening' In tlm' month, at a o'clock I The gas bill and water rent are (1'ler 29, E. R.) STEAMER CharlestorJan' A .ew \to
A. T. )'JlAITJlRCaltaln: : { paid, and the coal will be here in the TJtusvllle, Florida Tuesday, Nov. W, at ace p moil ( :! Sunday, Ikc. I
morning must not forget to have the Fridai, 29, at : p tn ". AIAU). gt'lN..Thunllay:::: .. t :: nro::
Monday, Deo. 2, at a.oo p m... .HtMIMUfcCOMANCHK. .. Sunday, a. at gel( .
the bin before to
boys they go .... "
open
Tuesday 10
SeasonableStyles Wednesday, 4, at 8.00 p m at IlIlIIa
CIICKCIIKft.I school. Then there will be the cold Job Friday, 6, 3.mm p m '. CHEIOIFEE..Thur'day, :: 12 IC ,
of clearing/ the walk when the coal Is In. JAS Y, BOFILL & CO. Monday, :.:. a, :: 3110: p ni:::: IRMh'1r1Y; ..::: Sunday, .. oto: :: iu; ?l
.
/ It make shiver Wednesday, II, at a.oll pill. AU.OMJl: Tuesday .. 11 at m I.
v I EPISCOPAL CHUKCIL always me Fruit and Produce Friday, 13. at 8.00 p m .StMINOlEOIMAM: Thursday, 19 ''I lee'
It was very warm in the clothing store (10 tilmi 'HECHFROMfc .. Sunday, 2 t
n
Krvlcen the tat anil 3rd Sunclayn' In each this afternoon, It being steam heated. Monday.Wednesday, :: :t :: =: p p in .....Tuesdav, :: ;: at I 1'':.n:ten n
I month, at 11 a m an.11:36: |>. m. Hunilayiwhool Friday II alt, at a,(no p m. .. IIllltlt"II( Thursday' :/II. at t2o I '
u
I ; every 8umlay at t::M \>, m, at Soon after I left the store I met Mr Commission Merchants II ALOINIICIN..Sunday, :
\ service: Monday, 23, a' 3.00 p m .. I1I.U 1"1''
I S p. nl. onVedneedaye. Litany every Blank, and she kept on standing and Wednesday, LI, at 3.011" m SKMINOI( Tuesdav, 31. 4t 1nDa
Friday at 10 a. m. until I cold that I II .t'IIMASt 111Thllrl'l.la' ), 2. at "
talking was so com- -* Friday, 27. at 8oo p m a;Ia
REV B. F. IlnowH, Rector. menced to shiver. I felt so shabby with P. O. Box 1039.REFERENCESHsuetcer.. Monday, .. 30, at 300 p m .. CHLUUKLb ....Sunday, S, &I '''I.

I last year's cloth coat beside her new .A: Lang, St. loul,:
my Mo.i Smith, Cordes A Co, Chicago. 111., <'Itsens'
i METHODIST CHURCH.Hervtoen sealskin. I got the bottom of my dress I Hank of Ixmlslana I N. t). tooiieratlvllanklnK ; e,
I at Tltimvlile 1'1\' ery lint,""c..n.landthlrcl wet in the slush (beautiful snow, Indeed). I Ass'n; John W. Lu meden, New York in.Men's Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Lin
AaI m h nth at II a. in. all.11 p. m.; Sunday and I shall have to put a new binding on' ('It,. J. C. Smith: ('0., St. Hula, Mo.; E. L. Youths
fallen, (la. \f.Ulu.r! Man For the and until further notice Steamer "YEMASSEE" is
KoniMil at K)o'cIoK'k a.m every i i day;; r:,pworth I been I'eU-r.on, rt. ) present intern
sklit. have sniveling eve
I Ixmirue at S p. in, every Sunday; Prayer meeting my tee,Ha.; trull and Produce Trade Generally; sail for Charleston Wednesdays and from Charleston
from ,
: to Philadelphia f
: : : ,
E 7 oVW k every Thursday nlitht. The public are since I came home, and I know Jimmie Cuinmerctal Agencies
i cordially Invited to attend our services.' Is going to have the croup t&-nlght-he 1 New JJos. 330-311 Poydras Street Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection Is made at Charleston with, t'll I)

) ;t I S. W. I.AWLER, Factor' has such a cold and Is so hoarse Florida ibteauiers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida porn
I declare I will not live north another Now OrleanH, La. And
; t I'' I'RKHHYTKIUAN OIlItCH.Hcrvlnex year; It is no fit place for anyone In the fyLlfoeral{ Advance made on Consignment. Children'sCLOTHING Also Philadelphia and Interior points via Philadelphia

I every' !Haliliath at II a. m.and TJOp.m.Hunday winter, especially IPwon reo pie. I will go
l a4'lllKI at 1It.: a. m? han. (Ian ner, to Florida, where t shiver. t
Hunt, 1'rayetmmeting on Wednesday eveningat CLARA ELLIS, Genuine Bargains St. Johns River Linc.
7:=m. The iiuldlo are cordially Invited" to attend
our services. Uordnntown, N. J., !
( H. M. OooDfLt. 1'antor. Dec. 1195.Cameron's; *
I i
Y i IN KKAL I STAT. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points
.. .... ...... ........,... .......,........ c
BAPTIST CHURCH. Heat in .... ........... ........... ........ .
Danger. the St. Johns River.
I'reachingevery second' and fourth Hnndays,
I morning. and evening. I'rayer Meetings every No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock
( Turaday evening at f:;Wo'tlixk. Sunday 'fl'had' The seat In the Senate, now held by land at Jsharpes postoflice; about 300 feet HATS and CAPSIn
every Sunday' at 9:Kl 'I'"o;:; Also pre;: *'hlnif Senator Cameron who spent some Front on Indian River, and runs back to The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer
1'1 first Sunday at l a t ranie| Sunday, OnkHill.
d I All are cordially< Invited to attend.B weeks at bt. Lucie as the guest; of ben county road; has upon It a house of nix "Oity: of: JctolsLsorLxrlllo: ,"
i ) A. OEIOFR: 1'astor ator Quay, seems to be much sough rooms almost new; cost of house $1,000; all the latest
" jl Mt N after. News from Philadelphia say barn t stable outbuildings, etc. Has a CAPT. AV. A. SHAW

M that already three avowed candidates are grove of fiOO large bearing trees In tine I* appointed to tail from Jacksonville Tuesdays:! and Saturdays at eta p. in., returning l I.,
) rtf CATHOLIC C11LRCIi.I in the field fur Mr. Cameron's seat in the condition before the freeze, and will soon Blocks.
f . Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. in
Remainder .
I! Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new United States Senate. On Tuesday Ex recover and bear good; crop.
i ,I Church building, North Tltusvllle. Children's Lleutenant-Uoveiuor Watres, of Scranton of land cleared, and Is of best quality for SOiPTH ROUND. SCHEDULE DORTH' iii
catechism at S p. m. ex-Attorney-General Palmer, oYVIlkesbarre vegetable farm. This property was held Read down. I Head np;

tl REV. J. F. O'BovLB,Rector and Congressman "Jack" film at $0,000 one year ago: will sell to- Men'se Leave S30 n. m. ......... ............. Ja Itobtnson: who represented the Sixth day for (3,800; 1,000 cash and f.l,20H:. ( 3.40 p. m. ......... .......... ..... ....:::::.. ... Leave
1 announced themselves remain This is a 3.00 a. m. ...........:..............A"tor..... ;:<: : :f f
} Pennsylvania district may on mortgage. 4 30 a. m. ......... ...... .......St. Francis. ,,....'....,,. .. .. ,,
: as candidates for the senatorshlp most desirable place for a home, good< 5.30 a. m. ............ ... ....... \pr..lor. ................... .... .... .. 12.111I 0''
: Although Mr Robinson. not win location close to postoffice, school, see a. m .ltloe Paring : rhea.Arrive 1
Beyond Description If he the contest may In earnest lie. ,etc. and In a nice nelghboihood 8.TO a. in: :::: :::::::: :::'::::::::.Hanrorri: '; ..:::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :: glen, ,:

goes in church 9211 a. m.......... .. ............ ....Enterprise ... ............ .... .. .. .. .. .31' .
;: ,. Intense Suffering With Muscular will make the other candidates hustle The bare land alone is almost worth the Furnishing

I Rheumatism. as the representative from the Sixth price asked. CenM Passenger and Ticket Officer 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvl!

.'t'.' "I hereby certify that for seven years I district hard delights In nothing more than a No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof M.H.CLVDJI:, A.T. Moo F. M.IRONMOKGFR,JR., Fla. rand Apt

i was troubled with my knee. I used prescriptions good fight. eight rooms, artesian well, large portion Bowling Green, New York. 88 Went Hay St..Jacksonville

,.4 '. and cleared, eta; adjoins hotel property; TIIEO. O. EGOER, T. M? ;UKO. L.HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt.,
'a Eau Oallie. The land Goods 5 Howling Green,New York. Foot Hogan?Jacksonville I
I e liniments but all Dado County Likes the Pink at Sarno, near
.t I. +1'1 i ; to to alone Is worth more than price we quote A, J COLE,General Passenger Agent, J. A.LESLIE' ,Superintendent
no purpose. Paper.We Green, New York. Foot Bt, jackxmt illr.1
t' 101 2250.(:. ;; The owner refused $3,000 a year Bowling Hogan
fs Thetroublekept ago. He must sell without delay and IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PRODUCTIONS D. D. C. MINK, G. F. A 12 South Delaware Avenue, I'tllacliljihla

: '/ growing worse well know the ADVOCATE has many ball authorized us to take f2,2)0; ; $1,250; WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,
,, and the Joints warm lends along the East Coast, as I II cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. 1* 80. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia. 6 Bowling Green,New Tork

-11, begeotoenl.rge. evidenced by the many expressions of hundred and '
One thirty-six
: 3.
[ a :My knee became good will that we are continually receive
\
J and 83-100 acres of land at New River MEN'S
/-.1
r t I( almost stiff and I nit. Writing; us yesterday from Wes Three-quarters of a mile water fiont

I ,f, r pained m. so I I'alm Beach a new subscribersays: "The Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 andS

''t" f i {f', j ji.i.' r. I.{f could not rest pink paper Is certainly gaining ground i of section 13, township :50, south of
i 1J!; ; 1 dllYlndnlght. I down here In Dade 1 recently returned Trice $1,000 for the
i }, range 42 east.
I :;:;':\1/ X "" had tl use from a trip to lllxcayne Day and I was whole tract, or less. than $7.50: per acre; fine SHOES X 4.- 5outhernRailway
,
surprised to find popular all
your paper
'Jb"' : P+ CrutchesIIIP. or we will take $10 \per acre in forty
7 along the line. I also found it highly) acre tracts. We believe a purchasercan ]

K.ra 1'ennlletMmmm.burgh at times and of- commended by persons on Lake Wortiand sell this land and double his
Nfb ten It Would rem Biscayne Bay. I believe it would as steamers begin
as soon
S i ss If I would have to have my leg amputated be an excellent advertising medium for to money run through the canal next Trunks and ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTETHROUOB
f Jacksonville merchants well thoseof
as the pain became almost unendur as as eoember. We own this land ourselves -

t able. I suffered beyond description. Finally our own Jlrogl't's lve town of Wes but need money to develop othernteipiises
PULLMAN DRAWING
I hearing' of Hood's Bartaparllla I Palm Beach"The hence offer It at a price ROOM CARS,
concluded. to try it. After; I had taken which will Insure early sale. Buy this COMPARTMENT CARS DINING CARS.THOROUGHBARE .
one bottle 1 felt much better and after Valises. '
4 Impeachment of Thomas and and double your woney. COACHES VESTIBULED TRAIN
e. taking several bottles ran say I am well,

r j My Kneo Has Been Cured llayanl. southeast No. 4. quarter The north of section three-fourths 7, and of of QUICK TIMe TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

i end that I can walk Iud go around well lot 4 of section 8, In township J8, south 00< C !
Ai any one of my age. I am 63 years old A resolution has been Introduced Into of range 41 east containing 150: acres NO"TH AND UST. NORTH AND WUT.

and work my farm, and mv ability I to do Congress looking to the Impeachment Tills tract has a large frontage on the A FULL LINE OF n. ... la' atr
,. fi I attribute to the betuOclal effects of of Thomas F. Dayard, ex-secretary of St. Lucle River two miles from the railroad SAMPLES FOB CUS ALL TRAINS DAILY 'akwtL.0.lu'D.a.' 'UM l.'" ALL TRAINS DAILY. 'Ole'tl a PPadaU.IIN
Fa res.
liar
I Hood's Harsaparilla. advise all w ho are crossing. Price $13 per acre. PL.
I filleted with rheumatism In form to ..tate. who is at present United States TOM TAILORING -;;- ;
any Lv JacUon'lIla, r.C.S r. T 10 as ; Ly Jack.oulll.. F.O.a.P. r to Pm I' 30.
;.. take Hood's Barsaparllla." FZUA BENEDICT ambassador to Great Itrltlan because he No. b. Lot 4 of section 32, township ALWAYS HAND Southern. I W pm 00 a
"vll ., !: Btrouiiburgh, Nebraska" 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 .. Everett, 611 am 1 di pm i.r lint ayetim
denounced the In Good judge of fine
prospective policy a acres. This tract has a quarter of a .. Je.u tkrothers 10 19
Hood's Sarsaparilla speech before a British audience. The mile front on the S>r. Lucie River at fabrics neat patternsand ea"DDab, l00 am 10.1 pm : lam, out ern.:::: : I pI'

resolution was received rather lightlyeven Stuart fetation. Price $35 per acre. best qualities will .. ColumbIa, 8outbern... 106 pm 4 eo am :: C Atlantalast : : : am am'i' 40.55Ar t u P'u.nga

ls the OnlyTrue treated humorously by some of themeoibers. No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, find among our collections Charlotte, 120 pm 136 am 1noh.natJ, Q. g C I' : pm I f 10 t tIi'1ITri.1

Mr. Itayard has only said fronting on Biscayne Hay at Ewanton choice Kii 01. SOlllh'n. I'm ,
( eights[ one mile south of Cocoanut many Washington 117 alii 110 pm 8Loull, Cairo lib. Lt. f 30 and _
what hit chief Grover Cleveland has This selections of superior r Melap .Sf.Jt 11.: per'a'
Grove. Price $5,000. price .
I Blood Purifier may Baltlmor., ...00. R.R. t 05 am 11 25 pm Eanwe r.it.c. : 00 ,m : or
said; repeatedly In his messages to Congress seem high but If you will try to buy any goods, which will be .. [V""J; k80DV .... ; I
4 Prominently In the public eye today.Hood's and what a great majority of the land fronting on Uiscayne Bay, In good found desirable bar- Pblladolpbla, 1015 am 300 alii .. J..p, Solltberoa .. 1.1 .

I I Pills: American people said through the ballot location to you asked will get in that your section.eyes opened This gains, In price as well "N.w York, 1168 pm70.01 r Atlanta' .::::::. 9146Ar / yp II
aa prices
box at the last presidential election. tract Is the only desirable parcel we as quality and style. A.h.vlB..Soutk.r.... :-:=.;;-;; : Cfud.tuaauW hatanonga+"J: L'. .... ... 3O:...

What an absurd charge on which to basean have left fronting on Biscayne Day.
asked > will Q0< < For full information, apply to of this Railway
Impeachment I The price f,1.01l0, yield us a any Agent great
I .. ONI: UA Y'S ixiMimxci':. fair profit and we are satisfied that System, or Its connections.

nothing similar can be had at a much We Lead in W. A. TURK C. A.
8EHSCOTER. S. H. HARDWICK)
,
Quality
I I, t Florida 11. the North. :Now is the Time. higher price. This tract will no doubtbe u... '.... Ag.st. Awt. 0.n. rau Agent Last Oooa. Fall Agwt
sold within a few weeks.
Wa hlaftoa. D. C. Chattanooga. Team. Atlsata. Oi
Editor .ldl'U<'tJl':
kts Some time ago the subscription price No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres W. D.
( Awake, as usual at daylight: w ith the of the South Jo'lor"t.1I0me was reducedto close to the depot and post office at Mal Style and Price. ALLEN,

usual oppressive constiouuness on my abar. Large house with upper and lower Florida Passenger Agent,
the remarkably low rate of 10 cents a
mind of much to IM done In the course veranda, costing 100000. 7 rooms; In NOV. 21 1395. 212 FLA.
West
Careful cannot fail to JACKSONVILLE.
comparison Bay Street
of the day. Quickly I throw back the year, with a view of reaching 10,1)00\ ) circulation fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn

clothes and raise my head khiver, and In a very short time. This very etc. Moat all the land is cleared; 100 convince you of this fact. We ask you

more quickly draw back the clothes and low rate will be withdrawn' on Jan. 1st large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples to come and see our goods, assuring aU]
nestle down In the warmth of the bed. This will make a nice home for anybody. that HIGH OUADKS and one uni- --
I lsNl! and the advanced but
price
I the several ; everyone
repeat performance times
Price
Goal neighborhood. only$1250.00.
form low will be found in WE DELIVER
of leaders avail themselves price every
until at last theme III I no possibility of our may .
longer delay; and as Mark Twain says, I of this low rate if they will send ten No. X." We offer tract known as "As- department. Yours for economy and .!
i get up, waah, shlverlngly:: ; hastily! 1 cot Inwall, containing about 11H) acres 'In olid satisfaction
cents at once for a year's: subscription to
ectlon 14 township 27 south 37
all the time.I range
on my clothing/ shivering
the publisher, Young G. Lee, St. Petersburg I east. IItJal\tlfulluje front, on peninsular -
light my tire (kindling wood at live THE A Piano Orgai
,4 cents for a .mull bundle is rather an expensive Fla. This paper Is an Illustrated at mouth of Banana: Klver. Oneof orT

f liouttekeepint Iltmj); I attempt monthly, devoted to the agricultural most prominent points and prettiest
coves on the river. Splendid site for
) : to economize; the coal is haul and docs horticultural, Industrial commercial, .\ YOUR NEAREST outfiT, '
Inter residences. water
Very deep KAILROAD
STATION with
complete
r' I ,
aud
not light raiily, lire is a failure ; ,
my ; of Jo'ioriob-all close shoie. The best to approval after a trial io until ", '
my economy, like much of that prowtined social and home interest to bargain ever EAGLE your own house.' No money required
by us all, is mistaken and 1 shiver. auctions of It-and Is worth many times tiered. Til.-e' $;J,2.V.Oi: ( ( or about $17 50 thoroughly satisfied. Our prices are as low as any house In the United V4f" "

The milkman comes; 1 go out to get the the subscription price. Sample free. per acre. Was held at tlOiKJO) two years our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrumf''

I milk and shiver as he tills the pitcher. ago. The Celebrated CONOVER. ,
t Going to the butcher' and akn'l for NOT*::-The above descriptions! will The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.

meat and bread for breakfast I must July Arthur will only be with Henry enable customers to locate the tleveralprl'ltertioa CLOTHING The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I

wear a heavy and 1 return with Irvln 'a company one )"ear. very closely by examining And KINCSBURY.'Iocallon. .
cold nose and hams\ and 1 hl ver. At one of the J., St. A. I. K. li'y rom-
last the lower rooms are warm; breakfast Frederick Wards and Louis James will any't railroad maps, but we will, be i. Aeollon Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTAC

t I, Is over husband: has gone to business both star again this season, but not to pleased to send special map on a large ORGANS. .
j scale application, to parties who" --<.>>-
and the childrea to kchool. Now I gether. on HOUSE *' and small \
i .. will open the bedrooms and air the bed. mean business and intend to buy, if theycan mone'y? In'trumenU. Music\ and Boots. Write us; 1\41,111 -
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Oh I but It is cold upstairs, and I shiver. find such a bargain M they want.

., The tlrat of the morning! woa k do'" natairs -The Walton Rapid! Calking Machine, KOUBI.N A GBAUAU Co., TIRO ",,t. :iii. Onmplxjli Oo.
being done, and 1 thoroughly warmed by No one, *3; Xo. two, .10;Jfo. three, *15 Titusvillo Florida.

:, fay extnkMW, I yo Wit tQ Market to buy TItUIIYUle Fla TUusvlB, FU. J.\OJ SO-YILLE. r1or(1{ p.\

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W ALTsa << ,.ale, the ftiwne .f Which Is ENGLISH STREET--DOCTORS. The Three Great .
t l g. RoeRIS1. LaId I. lady They Make a Owxl LIvIng. Peddling TheirAll I Experience Florida West
BlSS .t: GRAHAM, Caring .11..
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up country tells
paper a
"Yes. gnv'nor, seme in: us make a
A rich lady with her' two
T.LA.{
A TTOR Eyg.A lot o' mOlll'Yllt street dortorin, an some
both Infants was It is has conclusively that
going, proven Coast
HOVB*:-From 10 to own "ekka" from Rauna- ou us duu't, said M medical practitioner Hotels

and 8 to 4 p. m. in the center of the Bar as he styled liiuwrlf! to a t>ew"p i>er I better grapes and peaches, ,

; Brerard Co., man who was pawing along the \Vhitechiipel and more of them are produced
'jriLLB, driver was a ,
, ,,f I.*IMF the family, and trustworthy it was for road. The street doctor in gnla'lion when Potash is liberally OWNED NY THE PLANT SYSTl r.
nctlce In an the courts- was one of those who could afford) applied
1i, that the lady had not divest
To insure full
for examining a hone and trap, decorated with gorgeous a crop of
faeillllee of the ornaments she
:.,pI usually colors and elaborate lamp, and
choicest
quality use a fertilizer
yldleLMoney to LoaD. the sight of the Jewels was
an assistant, who helped to pull out f
for him, and at less than t
an exception containing not 10%
teeth and hand pills and medicine to
S. JONES, spot in that lonely country purchasers.
fOR asked his mistress hand
valuables. to "In my case, I am glad to say I maIn Actual Potash. 1
On
LTTORNET-AT-LAW.l her suspecting something out of the bnsiiieM. But youcan't
'. nl and hesitating the mis
r VILLE, BREVARD himself in his real col do anything with it Miles you'veplenty Orchards and vineyards treat '' elnr
of cheek. It's cheek as does it
...ty Judge of Brerard her 'and her little ones and no mistake. I guess I makes on ai ed with Potash are compara- e sr.rrww

horrible barely toddle about, get average dnrin the summer season, in tively free from insects and
thought that was
J- T. Whitecbapel an at country fairs at et.a
4srLDay, in his plant disease.Our "
t brain, that of biding his
least' t 6 a week. Sometimes I make
Jottry. means of murder, had given ampnl n i are sot adrenlinR circular* twr.lag ..
SANDERS much At Oldham I drew It
A more. once
t'LDEY I special ,
works containing
a sardonic look which made fcrtihten.bul are practical
a day. I was selliu a compound pill Utett research"**oa the sob M of fcrtilf tallon,and
P ATTORNEYS- T.LA woman tremble. warranted to cure anything, except bro are realty t Helpful M farmers. TWr are Mat fca for
the fiend bound her hand and Iheukiaf.
nf ken limbs Hut I knew a man who die GERMAN KALI WORKS
United Stma set :
the
ind informed her that he would I,
IriiiU, even\ better than this. He ouce boor .a Nassau SI.. 2''Ofll.
:235. her children and then do her
(h'
week durin the summer of 1804 when
Money to Loan. By her earnest entreaties she
he made 10 neb day.
over him to begin with her "Wet weather is a bad time for us, as

TOME REYNOLDS, had an ax in his hand, with then nobody ventures out to buy. I'vr 1e Tampa Bay Hotel, Tampa, Florida,
aimed blow at her but the
a in

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW loose it flew away and fell a day sometimes an all only this drawn time had threepence the expeiiM a The Sciiiinolo Hotel], Winter Park] Fin.

off, the handle only remain
of a man an trap to stand. I relu'm.bl'r
Ilutclilnson Avenue, grasp. He stepped into the once makin only three an six fur The Inn 1'ort'l'amlla all the
for it and disappeared be two weeks runuiu. : open year.

uiI1e, She waited her certain
"Of course there is a lot o' profit in
all her nerves on the strain. aren't dear
the business.
My pills ana
)FELL TITUS, fell into a swoon, and I sell them at a penny each, or a kliil1m -

AT LAW.tic came round the first thing she a box: yon can see there's plenty o' 75 Olohe h.p.,nan ittlloii>:ivlne. 1H to 7(1( h. p? !Marine 114; t<, The Florida (Central & peninsular Railroad
ATTORNEY- her husband bending over her "
money to be made in the business. Send Ac. auuip tae catalogue.HKVJ. .
,In State and Fedora) babies crying and tugging at London Correspondent W JFROMR: ,

., 'I>eelalt). Attorney for .. Cnnntne tolling. Agent fee St.Juhneand I'. O. ""Indian l.m-le' I River laThe Short Lino Iwtuoot Florida and nil Northern Point.
mralMloner.and Oounty had gone a namelt'8lun..asi.
nt The Dill Wae Pmld. --- -- Only 1.18: Mllos 1..t",11 Savannah anti Jacksonville.
her husband. He could
",1116., : not McRad and his wife wete going over and Most Com-
his vague fears, try as he their business ledger one evening, contemplating Largest Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Bal-

I freeman Hall, Silas B. at last he mounted" his hone the overdue accounts which plete Establishment South. timore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
the "ekVa. He had
\\lIomey.at-Law, pro- its revealed, and reluctantly acknowledging
a few miles when the drend- pages GEO HACKER & SON..Afallufaclul'clw Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, N hvlllf, LoulnvIlKCincinnati,
that of them would S
JILL A: WRIGHT, of his wife and children lying many and Chicago
have to be written off a. bad.
INSURANCE: with cords on the ground met "What'll due about this and" said Everett, ItirnilnRlmm, Holly 8i>ilnKH, Mt'inphU, Little Itock, Kanacas: 'Ity, St. .
And the story that his wife ye Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.

IIuIViI1e. congealed his blood with hor ancht McRad mournfully.for coat"Here's and two vest puud been I I IA Hoer Junction, 1'ennnrola, Mobile, New Oilonna, Texas, Mexico, California

presenting the "Old both then, drawn by nu irre shillings a and the 1'acillc Coast. IXtVvtltc: Ie... 2, INila.'oW .
owln by Elder Doolittle since Martine
rp.xil & London & Globe, curiosity, went toward the di last. I'm fearin we'll no get the New Inrk I.Imllr.l nnil New Inrk runt I
\ling companies. Are the miscreant had taken to u'r YiM10"n !II.UIco.vN ,!",k,,,,>III* 11'ln.: .,.. an
lines: up to WO.OK) In bis ax, and think of their sur money."W Pel. I'm no sae sure," replied his f .t .00.. / ,, ,,.,r ;K\rrvtt nl.:dally, Havannah, with Ihnniith,< oliin.lila lullnian, UanhliiKlon! Blamer: |! Hal-fur

lad county. they saw bis corpse already lluu.ro,1'hlludlphls" >ark, liiwtun and all
wife. "Leave me to try onyhaa"Accordingly ? wero. .:a..r"I.I..,.. ArrivesJakmnlrill. II."'..III.
and the O
putrid bloated the next: Sabbath morn t r Nod !I..IA |'. ....
-Arn: BAY, DAVE over it in clouds Retribu taken ., .. uiiijiartiiirnt Care livtwren Ht. AiifrnMlne end
ing, when the collection was up, w u ,
ewe Newnrk.. and from
Itlnlngrare to Mantlington. -
If E\VAN, come in the shape of a"karun- Mrs Melted dropped the elder's "little L005'te Yr.Nr ,t .

U. S. the deadly variety known as bill," neatly folded up, into the plate, I a I

Notary Public State at rare even in those snake in and before the week us over the amount +, i" 0"lv Mil Through Ih.vv lleaiillfiil. Hill
whose bite iuhtaiitaudonnly ', a n l oiiiilrri.f MM.IIx Mnrlila, I raueol.andWw

IjiJi: Selected; the victim and decomixMps: was"Kirsty paid. woman," said McRad Joyfully of ,, ,1 Q'T .iy', o Inrlrksl'11 Kai-HinbU Ia>, tare:link/ ave.laikiHinvllle, Mmllmni:, Montlrrllii: a. in.,
tfpumlence solicited. A( in an hour.-London Globe a L".$' TallulmiiMie. lifter Junctlon,1-natrla, Molille,
| la, View Hotel, "nmrriiiKe may be a luttrry, but Doors Sash Blinds IY N<>w Orl,'",,_, ami tile umillmrM, Mealy"'alt.! .
Office, Ewan's I'm thinkiu I've drawn a prize. "- ,,' oY N' 0. fiiriila anil. the larin 1'iHvl. ('anl... 1I1''I..re.
la Launching a Rhlp. + .
;,1 ArrlrwJrk.unvnletaa.ul.MareskumvllleeNaalforatrkell
Ir :
rre.l.leD"A Pearson's Weekly.Unman $ W tb t
as the launch of a great
Moulding and Building Material. ,
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[W.GE W. ALLEN, in, it nevertheless seems a
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+
8erke IU Level.
Life Always: I fhururhlhrrS.rhlgiMel1M111M.YIIN| I vilar
All there is to do is to q \MIWIHM I| | |, I : : ,
Human life which i III fluid and not Office and WarcromnH, King, Opposite ,", lily hey Imnlmrit Tavarea.' AI| City
slides under the \ M, 0 1ta iirlmiilii, 101&1" ""'''''''. HaiUt t Ity, Plant ,
\TTOIt E1".A T.LA\ toboggan fixed: is like other fluids iu seeking a Cannon Street t''L l r+ 1 Ta"'I'| Arrive Jarkmnlvlllex:4lp.m.:
lee
the fir
her from on
supports ''I )
level It has always done this In times e ,
"ell i. has been resting, put a lot of Y, ('hY Inuatland tlnrlila I.lnHtsil leave ..tuik.amitlllvT .
past and bus not rested till it bus found Charleston S. C. Jr A' I J C 0 $, ,, ci IMIII 1 in, Hiillil IeatlhnlsTnln. lime
.J ,iractlce In the slides, and, when you are the level of equality iu some place or v r tNv a little nvi-r/It I hours to (Inriiinatl, via Marnn,
; the loom the thick plank that ,'a Allmila, ('liattaixxiKa. onnwts fur NaMivWu.UinlnvlIlK
other. It once found this in rlaxxeri and 9, <''lilrauc.' and all ol uteaut north aollJurkminrllle
t ,
tu> ourU. ): let her .. 5
the and r. a
ship nose v
by these became confluent with the gradual Sash Weights Cord and twaaau.nu ....>t. Arrlte e: in. t
the water. You must have y'we ,, '...
effect of time on their borders and pglaNUa ,,
R 1L.. WILLS to christen her and a crowd orders and vaster. ,., i'a' IlnllrSpringsthote. At. 1.1I,10. Kansaa City,
into larger "
flowed "
and some tugs to catch her Hardware, _,... ...,. / '...i, ? / 1'liliaKn, I."v. ,kannville dam |I'. m. viaMaitnii
a
hat the have begun
At larger expanses Atlanta, llrniliitnaiii| llully Hprlns,
her buck to her pier; but all to burst their bounds and to meet In M"ni|>lila,HpriiiKflnlil. ., Kaunas.'lty Ht. l.inla, Clilnairii, Mliinx City. Through Hlrwiiore w II lion trhaniie
WSICIAN & mere detail, and it would the immeasurable! 1 of equality of society. Window and Fancy GlassA t .
JaikMinvlllx 4ft a. in.II
launch
-:'\''ll.LE. any ship could almost .-From "Equality M the lease of SPKCIAI/rY. : she bad half a chance. W. D. Ilowells in V:AO "'. MF.Tanipa ... l-nllniaii tltH-jwni. Arrh.J.f'k""I.II..II.IOI..ni,
Good Society, by -- ----- ,11..11.1.1..1"1.
-Hutchinson is simply taking a ship from ,, ... l>nr Mauon: Atlanta, ten Jiuksiiiitllle 7JU;; a. an.and tale |>. m.
-- ...
: IMllman Sire-lures| on all Night Teal
Jan River hoteL a stream down to the Lank .
Send| for lUtat Imlexeil nf rinrlila tu
her in the water where tr; Towimlili| Map
"Dry (HoT..n" of Tellowston.I'ark.There .
0 AsrI W ALL, This involves the tank of are several boles in the Yellowstone In : N. 8. TENNINOTO-V, A. (). MAtDO.NKLL,

moss of iron, in a ship like park region which are locally re Traffic Manager. General I'aiiHvngor Ag't. t

of about 7,000 tons, and "bottomless. .
puted to be Geological r!
1lJ. ESTATE of lowering it carefully for a
& I .
authorities say that they are "dry gey
of from 20 to 40 feet. All this
sers. Into one of them, known II"lIell'l Poor

"''ALLIE, .' during done in which the space the vessel of about moves 80 line, with Back weight Door attached," 10,000 has feet been of : HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

feet. At once you can see
lowered, without striking bottqm.St.Loul.
I\
J'RAVEX
task. It in
is an enormous
.
Republic.The
greatest responsibility a Health : MANUFACTURED BY .
DENTIST
that the shipbuilder meets. strangers who go up the railway

*.VII.I.E, no opportunity to correct er to Vesuvius, in spite of the long journey & Sudlow
mechanical appliance must (eight hours there and back) and the means so much more than Chapman ,

side Hutchinson and the manual de high price ( 1), number about 10,000 you imagine-serious and

Indian River Hotel. be as nicely adjusted as the yearly. fatal diseases result from South Jacksonville, Florida.
watch. You can launch a ves
can build one, on the rule of Life is to be fortified' by many friend trifling ailments neglected. f '

,Jn) la Grown come the bit to grief or anise; but plan it ,is and best you to ships.greatest To happiness love and of to existence.: be loved-is Sydney the- Don't play with health.Brown's Nature's' For Oranges, Vegetables and Pineapples,

gift .
theca things in charge of that Smith. greatest -- --- ---

':truss BUDDED C called science, whkh has ----- if yee a.feetinF --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-

: for our physical advance- A Significant fj.mrtiiro.. om and ol.eort.... ,w.. Dt-alrrs In all kind of Raw Material, such m 1I11". I'otanh, Kaliilt, Cotton;

pie": e, Grapefruit world, for then you know kausted, as" Sm'il) Meal, Nitrate of SixU, i-lc., etc.

be done properly.-"Launch. With the departure of another year, ::dec no',appetite work, Hone ground; awl! steamed l In the, f.irtoiy In three illlTerrnt grlata

'rait and Lemon Vessel" by Franklin Mat when a review is made of the condition begin alMcetak.Inf ff- Send for Panijililels and 1'ilcvH.
rellaJ
the awel
St Nicholas of affairs, It I. only right! that some ble ilrtnrIhcnlnfmedlclae.whick .
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: -FOR SALE.1 thought; should be given to the physical Iron la .
Nl 1 Florida grown. Bout the Succulent Oyeter. body, which enables everyone to battle Krowa'a '0. fcll- I
bot. J I
II';.areil by freeze. large oysters and have them with life's problem and figure for themselves flea tern eyre Aew-bcnent J FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
trees better trees thoroughly, then place them in the profit or bras on the trial balance coaiee from Ike / f
'
[t than I'all can be had in a large tin with the round I' sheet Though the bank account Bitters ar.'f very Brat aa.e doee-4 ,
fv
on or address, the shells down so that when may be large and each one's material anA, ..4 ll'a

GEO. H. the liquor will not be lost gain be great It would not be surprlnlng pleasant tu take. West Palm Beach, Florida l li
If It suddenly dawns upon many thai
.. they do open remove the up- good health baa been greatly; Impoverished It Cures tocis .
sprinkle them wit salt, pep by the low condition of the blood. r rC
J B Stetson parsley, add a little that the lactic acid In ea
chopped It Is In this state Dy pep.U, Kidney and Uver
serve hot as possible on a bed the vital fluid attacks the fibrous tlsaues, Neuralgia, Trouble,
==
I>eLand, Florhla.ry cress. Oysters served in this particularly the joints, making known Constipation, Bad Blood ;
of rheumatlum =
excellent first course at the local manifestations
an
1 8e1.. accompanied by thin slices of Thousands of people have found' In Malaria, Nervous ailments { o: i ==

to School College.and and butter.-Ladles' Home Hood's banaparilla the Treat !MINK! purifier Women' complalnU.Get >
es lnatitutloa! of ant rank. a positive and permanent cure for ealy the geealae-It...croeaed... I
hecben. Stereo elegant :: : then matlam. unseen thewnpper. inhere are....- \ "gS:
k 'tealD, UKbted by --- .."..... Da receipt of two"'. .....1'8 we I odd R
Water oatb.. { Pelting It Ulcel/. -- will send act of Tea Beautiful W rU'. \ OQis:: 5: :
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I. lh pertmeat 01 delivered 1fr.Slo..- Fair VUwa book-lree.
y1' briC for young men. \ When you hi. attention to ricuY BHOWN CHIMICAL CO. ALTIMOMC, MOo !: > c::::::: .
i call i
( with did yon .
r .. PtZco": "g
.1 rang
i
iiaiij .... that it was there when prom- -
'o ''I'l-ed chemical -- C'-2 C'::>>
V|\.rata building for I
,
I ""ta artinta of I sir.I Over-Profit Paying :: =

t s': ...So.nd atakgu.term, Ki"t:. I What did be lay? == d c::":) tjc

I Aid be felt be never could Stop it :.,;) C'-2

'<>HM r FORBES, I repay yon for what yon had done for r

Sun. CAnAT8. treat and Buy i
him.-New York TRADa MAeKDlenc's Get our Catalogue
r V pavsssy.oorreloHra ". era Quid. Well send It for is ..a F
'ti I I Termagant was formerly a quarrelsome eta tents in sumpa to pal part postage
1 1 of either sex and only the 70r ycad I..e a.aarwY w w ccat or ..pr....,*. The Uoolc'a II... Boats hnulcul out and Itojuiu-nd at tho lo vosilgur'os.
person has limited area aIaSslaW kcoa.wav. Caw:= taooo iHiutratlona, 40000 to ortlorn.
lack of gallantry of the men ., TOO Pages I'l-oiiipt attention Kivori

'tl I I I the word. to iu present significance. I ==hr aa::.Du.. .Y.::r=:.= descriptions In life;tells you everything what you that's ought used to HtitnatoH givon on all kimln of boatn.

eNw 1 I and IObrlety u J tieutifi& tntr eau pay, whether you buy of ua or not. Agents lot the Celebrated
U day [

I f night Laughter; a smile is the twilight that bewitching hovers I ...... d.., eaw.. per'cc... One profit from maker tower.& CO.Ottib WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
BIGGESTPiNTHE'SOUtH gently between both more ...loa. wr a. Ia atga MONTGOMERY WARD ,

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0 fl -f 1HDIAH RIVER ADYOCiTE. 4- THE social club of Tltusvllle Is being held to await the action of ClirlstmoA Books..

ii __ now a fixture, and contributes the grand jury, at the spring term A BIG STORE.

-.k I largely the pleasure of many of the circuit court, which will be An elegant assortment of holiday gift .. .
A W..LY IOOaUL 0111'0..0 1'4) ""DEVIL held next April. books has just been received at Dr. J, .
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The that such organizations I.
", r ,?" orrsat 0. t RII I.DUII outs. LAKE amusements I). Screven's drug store, Tltusvllle.
WORTH ADD PIACATbt SAT lIIOTIOII.. afford doubtless deserve a No one can say, with any degreeof
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( _. place in our lives and time, but it certainty, what the result will

k Ill Jt i',! Office: Washington Avenue Florida, Tltusvllle ganlzations is also well to that think are of very other profitable or.. be may at be that discovered time. tending New evidence to make For Sale or Exchange. The Surprise Store |

I Indian River, Jersey .
: : and can be made very pleasant the case of the state stronger thanat One 0-year-old, three-quarter
the other hand cow, now dry; one 1-year-old steer. ,
present, or, on ,
well. Reading clubs debating
'n as Want fresh cow, or will sell for cash.
t. PUBLISHED: KVEBT: : FRIDAY.fl. circumstances arise tendingto
societies!, and other organizations may Address: ERCILIKHNK lax,

are of great value, and de. disprove the guilt of the ac Itoseland, Fla.

., Cms, H.WALTOH, I-uMlnlier" IToj.rletor.llKnurJ. serve encouragement. We were cused. St. Augustine', Florid*

i AXTHOOV, Ldltor.Rnbucrlpllnn. : surprised at different places in the I The preliminary hearing was A float Loot.!'
I
visited find that conducted by both sides with ability
f lately to
county,
I I -- such things were flourishing, and and untiring vigilance, but the Lost, from Indian River hotel wharf, HAS Just throughout been enlarged: making to Chore it the than largest double as Its well former as the capacm(best ,,tri,!I|

that too in places much smaller ample time which will intervene Tltusvllle, a diik-palnted. round-bottom .ycil,
; ,
I p St before the date for the trial row boat. The return of,, or any I Information .
months
Twelve
f Bli; :1.00: : than Titusville. The effect was In indictment Is proper found, concerning same will be suitably Up-To-Date Dry Goods and Clothing Store
felt case an
(It Three M easily noticeable, and we somewhat rewarded by
I I Single A at a disadvantage to think will enable counsel to prepare their C. F. FtscIIan

i copy Strictly In advance that so little importance Is paid to case much more carefully, and one Titusville, Fla.
the State of Florida if not in the
1 -- such things in our town. Theseare of the most interesting trials ever South
Give Us Your Mall Orders ,
t held in Drevard be
t days of advancement, and to county may
The shove rstei Include the >Mt. of post
p yi
dm keep pace with them we must read, relied upon. It Is the Intention of the proprietor to keep the largest and best selected ttocl
o age. Halmeriptloni can commence any Considerable manifested For jewelry or repairing, and they will
feeling was
during the yew.DtMnntlnuanee. study and think.CLEVELAND'S. be promptly attended to. Large line of
against Mr. Hamberg, one Goods Clothing Hats Shoes Carpets Mattings
Dry R
!, a t all klndllcirrled at West Palm Beach ,
r of advt.*. muiit lie made personally of the accused, immediately after ANTIIOSV linos.,
I at this office or !>jr writing.MKMIIRK ATTITUDE IN the fire and during the first stagesof West Palm Beach and FLOOR ART CLOTHS

REGARD TO CONGRESS. the hearing, but it soon sub -

,,4 OK sided and everybody seemed anxious Consult James Mott, To be found In the State, and that every nook and corner of the East i'oasi

I THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, The closing paragraph of President to have the matter consider enjoy the full purchasing power of their dollar, we have established a

I Cleveland's ed dispassionately; indeed, a strong Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon
AFFILIATED WITH THBXalionnl message expresses
f' the.. warm solicitude he feels for current of sympathy and friendliness and grape fruit trees, grape vines and luil Oi*lci' DejZLl't1110111.
ocialwn.i Marshal
Editorial Nlel
roses.
( r the welfare of the great people who was manifested toward the ac JAMES MOTT,

I have twice chosen him for their cused, which was quite noticeable Orlando, Fla. f

i A 'idrets all eommunteatlnns to chief. Congress cannot say that before the hearing came to a close. J=FFr1f +-

0 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, its failure to enact necessary legis Further responsibility now rests Sloop For Sale.
I' r, with the circuit court and with a .
lation is due to the fact that its
,
Tm'st.ILL FliORIDA.
I- hands tied democratic jury, and we have every confidence For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl5ft;
are by a
that the prisoners will have all the tonnage, 1827.100; In first-class condi III II Ili
= president. Grover assures congress tion. New satis head-room in cabin. h
n
Check,etc., mat l payable to CIIARLM: that he is ready cooperate opportunities the law allows to Best party or trade boat of her size on /i

j II. WALTOH,pnMlnher and proprietor. with it in perfecting any measure prove their innocence. It i is absurdto the river. Price, $400.00. Apply to nI

t promising thorough and practical hint at the probability of any E C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. I
violent measures being resorted to. Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she agll( 111
relief. Read his words : be *tf
i: TO THE PUBLIC "In conclusion I especially entreat the I Ipeople'l At the same time, the people demand may seen.

representatives the congress that the matter be sifted to
For Sale or Kent.
I who are charged with the responsibility the bottom, and prepared for disposition
In of the editorial
inking charge
t of Inaugurating measures for the safety at the next term of the Fla. knownas
I All of block 27, Tltusvllle, ,
chair of the ADVOCATE
: we not only and of '
prosperity our common country, circuit court. the Ranson property, Just east of Ice
f realize the responsibility of the to promptly and effectively consider the factory. This Is a very large block of
fixed thousand
Bail at ten
but also the with ills of our critical financial plight. I was fenced It
position, facility land, all having upon a com
It, which it hoe been managed by our have suggested a remedy desire which my dollars each, which should be sufficient fortable house, greenhouse, windmill,
judgment approves. I however, to insure their appearanceat piping, a lot of shrubbery, and other
and the standard .
predecessor, high that
the I
t. to
assure congress am prepared Will
the time improvements Price, $1,01)0.) rent
be maintained.Our to with them In proper
that
must co-operate per. subject to sale, at $s.OO per month.
best endeavors shall he tot' fecting any other measure promising Apply to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort
thorough and practical relief, and thatI Protect Yourself Against Fire Pierce or to Robblns &: Graham, his
honorable ; :RDERS::
maintain fearless
an will gladly labor with them in every attorneys, Titusville, Fla.'VlntecllIotcllUlluagemcnt.. MAIL .
and endeavor to further the Interests .
j impartial policy, forgettingour patriotic
t I If about to build send to J. R.
emolu. and guard the welfare of our coun- you are Without exception, are harder to deal with than others Knowing
personal advantage or any {
whom In our respective Smith, Jr., A Co., 1.M: East bay street, .
trymen places
ment in the general; good of our of duty we have undertaken. Jacksonville, for prices. They will treat we make a specialty of filling them. Out-of-town people In want of sometbiu

section. In trying to be honent GROVER CLEVKLAJTD you light bee ad. on Oth page. the above lines, who "want it quick," and want it right and want It cheap
The management of small or medium-
t :1 ourselves, we hope to find a fulcrum Executive Mansion, Dec. 2, 180 sized hotel In Florida. Have had a life drop us a line. Address,
j J fI to encourage honesty wherever A Deed of Land. experience In the hotel business. Can

(, I it may be found, and to strike bring first-class northern white help, :T.W: STIES,
THE RECENT FIRE. PRELIMI-
.} I at dishonesty no matter where seen A deed was filed In the county clerk's very reasonable. Have had two years
I, I office Jacksonville, the first of the week, experience In managing Florida hotels
? i 0 or by whom indulged# in. NARY HEARING.The Proprietor of the Surprise Store
last Indian Klver. Married
from the Florida East Coast Hallway season on ,
': .t' 1 As to politics, we will say that company to J. B. Andrews, conveyingthe middle-aged and a hustler. One of
we consider a paper untrammelled destructive fire has bees an southwest quarter of the northwest many references, editors of this paper. ST. AUGUSTINE, FI

S i :j and unfettered only when it is free'i' absorbing topic among our :people, quarter of section 7, township 4, south Address Hotel:James T. W., Ashtabula MtCKEABV, Ohio., -
I from all local cliques, combinations not only in Titusville, but at all of range 28 east, containing forty acres ----- -
4 The consideration was *oO. JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. B. BARNKTT, Vice-President
and points along the river for the past
politician or politicians, Notice. W. M. BROWN, Cashier. ,
.
its worth is to be measured by its week. Though the disaster was

k' ji independence in such\ matters. serious, it is true, its permanent Christian cMtln\l The regular annual meeting of stockholders INDIAN

t % "s To the many friends who have effect upon the town of Titusville of the State Bank of Eau Gallic. RIVER STATE BAN]

t written and spoken congratulations may not prove injurious. At the St. Gabriel's Episcopal; Sunday school for the Election of Directors and other
will hold their Christmas festival at the business, will be held on the second
I we extend our cordial thanks. To same time, some of our citizensmet Opera" house, on Tuesday afternoon, Monday In January, 181H, between the (Incorporated under the Law of the State of Floi Ida.)

the AD> OCATE', friends that do not ;with heavy individual 8e Due. 24th, at three o'clock. A Christmas hours of nine a. m. and three p. m. of Authorized capital, $ i iOO,
know us, we hope to become deserving It appears that Mr. O'Hrien, who tree and appropriate exercises will said day, at the said bank office In Eau |

S j & of trust, and merit a share lost his life as a result of the conflagration lie held. All who are Interested In the Gallic, Fla. : Paid up capital, $25.
Sunday school and Its work are cordially WM. TKKLTLEB,
r J of their patronage, to help support was an extremely worthyold Invited to bo Bring your babies lS-: t Vice-President. Er2 Average deposits, $300{

q" us in making a goadI paper. man and highly respected by and let them have a good time.Xcw"cherth.clllcntM.
all who knew him. It has been
1 fi Cook and Chambermaid Wanted Transacts a General I Ban
said that his death was due to the : .
ONE of our prominent business risk he took in reentering the Wanted first-rate cook and chamber- Business

II 'I 1' :men of good judgment and verac- burning building. The fact maid In a hotel on Indian River. Must '
t remains Attention" Is drawn to the new ads.
t I i.I iitj, went down to West Palm Beach that he is sleeping his last of the Windsor hotel, Jacksonville: City be white. t .: tic
Bank
and !
Address : W. W W Largest Oldest on
:last week. One thing he hotel and hotel in ,,,
says, sleep, and but for the tire would, 1'nlnietto Daytona, ADVOCATE Office, -.fi
that struck him forcibly was that this issue. Also the ad. of Ch.is. mum
in all probability, be living to day. Titusville, Fla.
J: Co., Jacksonville, who Is offering y. ; DIRECTORSJA..pRITcHASnw.&DAsai
of the number the
out large on
Many of the buildings destroyedwere special I Inducements for Christmas to I '-urn
p train, much the largest portion had untenanted, some of them in those who need tine wines and liquors; t of the National Hank of JaikwravillIH'HKEE hail 1)s' H

I L/ left the train before Dade county sad need of repairs. and J. S. Smith, Jr., & Co., dealers in CIIAS. BLUM & CO. Jacksonville(VRe-PrevlUent), W 8, (OBAHA imlluowii

was reached. These are straws, Messrs. lirady and Avera, the brick, lime, cement, plaster, hair, etc., I .r .
'1 of 1.5S: East; Day street, Jacksonville.Send t __ costresroxnExry -
k but show that Itrevard U. ,
they Dot .
i live principal merchants, whose for prices If you need brick or any JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Seaboard National Rank ofe V r
t being given the go-by. We are not places of business were destroyed of the above goods.lllscajAe. National Bank of Jackeotviliv
inclined to envy Dade county's advantages -except Simon Hamberg- have 1 irrlT '''ILY-E. FLA."

\ but we wish it known found safe aad suitable quarters Hay. .SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS..,, -- --- -- -
that lirevard has as many, and we elsewhere. Circumstances tend to

expect to have them recognized. show that Mr. Hamberg would not Mr. and Mrs. It. It. McCormick and FOU YOUR FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY /
)
have remained permanently in TI. Mr. and Mrs. Will McCormick have arrived

tusville. Julius Kline found and taken winter quarters in
accommodation up
Xmas Trade. -
lit our recent excursions to different in the store recentlyused their cottage home on the grounds of the / Land Departme:
parts of the county, we hate Peacock Inn, says the Citizen corres

,t seen things that encouraged us in by Anthony Itros. pondent. It was It. It. McCormick from If you wish to purchase land for Stock ranch, General Frill! I.
thinking of the future of our coast Matters might Lave been much whom Mr. Klagler purchased the site for Baker whisky reduced from. f4 00 to(3.SO Farming

I The ill winds worse. A strong wind from the the Royal 1'oinclana. lIe, In turn, pur I Lewi'M reduced from ". 6 00 to 400VeUington ing, Trucking, or a Business or Residence: lot, any hoe between hi ,tugs
of
I country. a yearor north chased a fine water front on Biscayne Rye reduced from 3:00 to a:JO
two have blown over uu, but out or a dry period precedingthe Day, upon he is planning to builda I Land of Flowers reduced from UTS: to 2JM I ind Miami, call on or address the undersigned.

I of them have come to us some fire, would have undoubtedly handsome residence that will exceedIn Miller Bye reduced from ..". I.75 to 1 JO
good. The lessons of of resulted in destroying some of the elegance, so It U reported, his Lake Cabluet Rye reduced from.... 2,00 to 1.75 ;:lr11'Clal, terms to actual settlers
economy brick all Worth home, which was for several Gins Rums and Corn
buildings-perhaps of Whisky, the same ',
1' improving our opportunities, of JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commission.-
; them. As to the origin of the fire, years said I to be tbi finest private( residence reduction In comparison. ,
4, changing our thoughts and attentions In Florida. He has his new lot :. F
that matter is in the hands of the ST. AUOUSTINI
cleared and have' already
to more business-like lueth many rare plants -
courts. been set out, and are now thriving
ode, all of which are best learned
a We do not know that Mr. Ham nicely.) The sight for the building commands California Wines,....

lug in the eagerly school applied.of necessity Our,resource are be. berg,or or his of any partner one had who any was enemies desirous magnificent quite view an of elevation the bay., affording a Port, Sherry, Muscatel, Angelica, ASPHALT ROOF t PAINTaGr2LPure

are many, and to assure ourselves. of them but Claret, I
persecuting ,
of success we need but to work.
j.y : there was a universal demand that Had Accident on the llust CoastLine $1.00 Per Gallon.

H ; the origin of the fire be ascertained M.d Brows and Agents Wanta

THE newspapers and some peo If possible, and if it should be Write for Sam
\ pie Mr. Cleveland'sfriends beyond a reasonable doubtto Quotations given on Imported Sherries,
especially proven Mr. Gideon Colquhoun, of Spruce Ports, Madeiras, Rhine Wines, Itur- Grade Prices, ,
J, and parasites, and perhaps be the work of an incendiarythe muff, was run over and Instantly killed bundies, Clarets, Cognac Brandies In
; himself-are becoming exercised punishment should be made to by a freight train, a few miles north of bulk and in glass, and everything connected Asphaltum.Ulttlm' catalogue

over the proposal of a third term fit the crime. M.! Lucie postomce, on the afternoon of with and in the line of liquors.
S. 5 Friday loot, the l.lth: Inst. It appears These prices are only for the Xmas FOe PAINTINGTIN
Our zeal for : : :
for him as president. We think justice, no matter that the unfortunate gentlemen was trade, and will be discontinued after

: this is useless for many reasons, what our suspicions are, will cause, Il Ing between the rails, and was not seen January 1, IS'.KJ.\ Always send your IRON and SHINGLE and
I J Neither the traditions of the past our people to weigh carefully all: by the engineer-to whom no blame attaches money with your order. ROOFS, Factory, Farm 4

t nor the circumstances of the the evidence, and to appreciate a -until too late to prevent a portion We would further Instruct our country road and
present of the train from pawing over him. Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences
friends that on or before January 1, ,
result. The (
warrant such. Good strict legal preliminary ,
:1 any precedents It U conjectured that the deceased hail 1sti we will remove to the handsome
on this question have been hearing attracted a large audience either fainted while walking along the Adams block, on West Bay street, next Iron Work of every Kind

t t established by Washington, Jeffer> to the court house, and able track, or had fallen and been stunned by to El Modelo cigar factory, where we
4 Ion and Jackson, men as able and efforts were made by the prosecu- striking his head on one of the raits. will be pleased to meet all old as well as Building Papers, Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Re
Mr. Colquhoun was the third son of customers. Roofing, and all
new kinds of
\
as much wanted as Mr. Cleveland, ion and by the defense to bring the late Dr. Archibald Colquhoun, of

who declined the Idea. Aside out every little point of the evidence Edinburgh, Scotland, a distinguishedEast Chas. Blum & Co. ISOOflngp Supplies <-/

t from this, the purity of politics, tending to show the origin Indian officer and one of the few FROM
I the continuance of our institutions of the fire. The hearing of the survivors of the lint Cabul campaign; I The Armitage Manuf'g Co..
and was a brother of Mr. A. C. -The ADVOCATE don't cost you three
,,:,I' and the general good of the eoun. last four day closed Wednesday bona, the well-known traveler In ColqU'j cents per week, postage Included, when Manufacturer of Asphaltnm, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,

t ', i try demand, / differently. night, and resulted hi the accused Indo-Cblna and! Miibonaland. taken bj the year 5 3200 to 3300 Wllllamltburg An., Richmond. V




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a.JII promise your wife another year of life. FATHER'S PRESENTS.. hit hand, settled himself back comfortably us ever again thoughtlessly used the

You may go In and.., her." 1.T" In his big chair, and his eye dear old man's things. -American Agriculturist. EN"yk
Way lie Ssnetl a"i They Were 0 UOIb Dped 7 Q
H. went Into the sick]; chamber, and Jack a Little Too Isefak I twinkled more than ever. .

I physicians nurses and all left the two They were talking about Christmas "Well, let's see" he went on., in a rue Concerning KesoletloBs.

husband and wife-alone together.In presents, the girls and mother and I. rnlnatlng mahOel'"cJo you remember the He -I made a lot of good resolutions u
,the midst of her suffering she when father came In. Then we changedthe dozen hem-stitched han'kerchlefs that lost
year.
found courage to smile. subject just a little bit, because you gave me last Christmas, Leny She->ote tall. They were all bad.

"It Is my Christmas gift," she whispered It. was father's presents we were Iguenslunedoneof'erajustonce. Some He-How do you nlake that out?

"and jpurs.e shall have discussing Father sat down by the way or other (with a genial. Impartial She They wouldn't keep.-Chicago
twelve months more of life and happiness store and rubbed his hands--he had glance at the company), Leny and Nell Tribune

together. God is very good to us, just been out at the barn-and a queer have been Alain of 'em and I've been .
I darling." expression slowly settled upon his feature ; tisln of Leny and Nell's old torntalned Things Go by Contraries. A

Perhaps' people who did not have I one. lie, he, I don't know jest how't "The contrariness of human natureIs 0 '1 liT should Wf mourn the

enough to eat Christmas day may find "Say, mother, and Ned, and girls,"he I was, but It's a fact! Then, Ned, do one of the most remarkable phenomena p O J dylnt rest

4 It In their heart to give this man and said "I don't want any on ye to get I you remember the compass you got me possible" mnsed Rev. Dr. Thirdly ...e What love or hath cheer It brought of
WINO out ye Joyous New Year "
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tt" bell. That I* not our to keep alwayT
flint out the old ring In the Why meet the coming year with fear?
n.wl! What can It bring of toll or tear
It Xaeh brasen throat triumphant swell. HOW SANTA CLAUS GOT A FALL. 'M? That shall not ties us In its day?,

A* If, old bell., 'tw.,.much to you. the
In
The paring" rear- year view
Thin happy, merry, gladsome time, BY FRANK B. WELCH. Alike to God rood purpose true,
Teu're ringing with joyful chime. Our heart. In clearer light will own

'' r Perhaps 'tis so, so long you've hung, A tory'f related about Santa data, Dear Santa was perched on a l high,wabbly/ stool The: goodies went flying all over the room They go. they come, we will not sUb-

80 long In that old steeple gray, How he ones p4 a terrible faQ J As he worked at his task so pleasant, As the tree fed on poor Santa's pate There Which watt fleeting a harvest year by for and us have by. sown
Xethlnk each Iron,
clanging tongueI While hk Determined bat \baI1a the have from bet -R M. Offord. N. Y. ,
glad to t.llit. tale to-day out on regular Christmas trip, everyone Frightening Tabby cory nap Observer

Bach ringing, swinging, tuneful bell With his gifts lot his Ltd friend all| Should receive a nice Chrktmas present| On the rug at the side of the grate! Holiday Attention

Its twelve month tale would gladly tel And a tad fall It WIt for the dear old tout- He merrily laughed when he thought of the Joy b was a great pity such ruin to see "5t' dear you're looking very tired to.

' A happy twelvemonth 'twas to some) If the story about it I Ia true To his dear little friends It would be, As was strewn there all over the floor. night,"
Alas! that 'twas not*o to all (That mean a Chrismas cloak.)
WhIch doubtless it it-however FH tell When early next morning they all Misfortune dreadful Tm sure never came '
Bat Joy and grief alike must com. got up so "I H get your slippers and your pipe! -alight
Into each life some rain must fall. This unique Christmas story to you. And beheld the magnificent tree. Any Christmas to Santa before. ,"
o Ob, tolling, rolling, heavy bell., (That business! and no joke!)
I :. Bow Solemn sound your deep-toned knell.I II
'You'll kill ;yourself you keep working
I :rou',.. rung for life,you've rung for death no1"
The ..ladllOm.la", and last sad rite, (That speech Is bound to wIn!)
,o Tou'v aped the old year's parting breath 1 I 'Darllnr!!:, I could not live If you shouldgo
j And welcome oft the New Year bright.Tou : 4 !I"
clanging, twanging, noisy bell. 14,1 u4I e f A. (,cIr (That means a diamond pin.)
That each a different story tellsl! / 4 l'' ,
i '. I'4' i1 PI II h ,, 1, "I've had the girl make just the nicest
But oh. your maddest blithest tune, t w '' ? p tea!"
i 1 ref
ry 1
.. Your gayest, brightest sweetest lay, ql I + i I ;Npl INXi NqI Mr I tNdI i I (My head ha fallen back!)
.. You chime from June to sequent June, W ,' DIY It' x 1411'1' NI'f,; NIIyX 1,N dl 1"r'" Ihl u i w St i *i F '9''r. ni w ;j,9 IP'y''+''tn "The kind you liked best when you mar
on.v'ryhappy wedding day A + iN V BFI !, u t 1 "
k 4 1'111' h 1 1 ,, rlcd me!
Then trilling, thrilling, blithely swells {h mh+Paiqlee, II, W I 7 I'4d' Xp 1 ""Id Ivl !M'M'l l Ir 1 "m? I (Mercy! a fur-trimmed sacquc'!)
Tour pecan glad, oh, marriage bells!
1 1 l p l i! s l rr 1 k' .4 N N'k
i "Poor, tired dear! I'll rub your head for
But, dear lId bell., whate'er your song you!"
Though sad or merry be your lay, tin mute despair' Hook)
,
I've loved you well my whol.III.lon.,
When I go shopping I'll be tired tool"!
f l I'll love you till my dying day, (That meanmy pocketbook!)
1." I You rippling, rhythmic, dulcet bell. >b ,i IrX4, Atlanta Constitution
I 1' Wherein a world of music dwell.!
I I'f J Miriam Myers, In N T.Sun. tt r, ,,W ,1,1 X INYXL I" (, >,r k I p ; ,tan r rh
I Ir P v 4ryIlY.9.rle 4rX ll' 1( hllb A toad Word.
I( I' 11! ) Joe was a youth of such exceeding
1/f l 1 ; (
.S t CHRISTMAS / b N M In' XI I"1 rry lee 1 NII 1 4 II"II Its 1h II Ilp .1, N NNk' popularity with his uncles and aunts

raeta Which Show That This Holiday Is tl V 1o1 i X rr" M 1 It / I fF that his mother was compelled to calla
'+1 i"1 X'i i o I '
Christ a Birthday. 7A n M IwIiA' SM IP 0 { halt on her too-Indulgent brother

I I Is today the veritable anniversary ot Wt, a j1 li I M tr and sisters who she claimed with jute

o r.t. the birth of Jesus of Nazareth? It is tic*, were spoiling the 3ounpisterwith

: a question often asked, but never quite t a 4 their reckless generosity rendering

I f i satisfactorily! answered. Iteverent predisposition 1 } him heedless of the value of property
I dale
I can always find sufficient Bpi i "\\h v. do you know," she saM, to one
evidence to answer yea: while it I.1 to be bhr of the too-Indulgent, aunts, to whom

} noted that the question of Itself Implies w + ";1 1 r''a tiN ., ,I she was explaining her trouble, "the
i{
,II a degree of religious skepticism 1 1f tie little rascal received fifty presents this

Men have even stood In pulpit with II I "4le ery Chri tmnll."

a t little enough to do to devote an hour's wt 'Oh mamma I" exclaimed the young!
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1 oratory to the disproof of it. It Is quite) I iY yp 'ww person In question more than that 1

aa certain that Jesus was born on the 1 I received sixty-two presents"

I ) tSth of December as that Augustus, ( t r+ l "Well I knew it was a great many,"

+; the emperor under whom he was born, r'ofi r X"u ura sighed his mother, "but I wanted to

t .: was, born in the sixty-third year before j L keep on the safe side. I tried not to exnggerate. '

ill: I I him. or that Tiberius, the emperori i d ."_

i under whom he died, came into the "\o," remonstrated Master Joe, in a

o I rt world' forty-two years, one month and patronizing tone "but yon should try

nine days before him. That to say,iti' not to exMnallerate, f'ltber.-JIarpt'r's
la the decent habit of the world to accept Magazine.

; i I i' what testimony, tradition and history '
MeR"o..bl. Site.
have to offer concerning the birthday '
j I Johnny Jones was one of the children
'f! of the great and therewith be cone ; '
'1 : whostlllhate'faith In Santa Clans. Two
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1' days before Christmas he. entered the
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;1 0 It I I. certain that* early. the year II village store and asked for a pair of
150 the date we now celebrate was universally I- stockings .
recognized Christian
among "What size do ?"
1 A without a question a* their<< Saviour'snatal +I you 'ont Inquiredthe
day That fact alone Is all-sufficient salesman!
. "\bou t number twenty,"8111<1 Johnny
f I for succeeding gt'n< t ,. I all records and allusions to the date of "But my little man jon en n't wear
o anything larger than n four"
the birth of George Washington were
I + to be blotted from all American writings "Yes, but I ain't going to wear them

a : earlier than 1000 It would be sufflclent *: Day after to-morrow is Christmas

for posterity that at the, beginning I ,/e ,f 1 Youth' Companion.

of the twentieth century the 22d : A ChrUtmas Song

1 : otYebruarywauuniversallyrecognizedye While atari Christmas shine.
and that the day was observed\ as a legal Lighting" the skies,
J holiday This is the best foundation i Let only loving looks
Beam from .
your eye*
,. "
i r we have for the authenticity of December -
.l 25 as the birthday of Jesus. }, While bell of Christmas ring
Joyous and clear
Ji In the 140 St. Justin the
year Martyr, r Y1'K Speak only happy word,
,
.M' first great Christian apologist,said that N t, All mIrth and cheer
!6' the best record extant of the birthday
5 Give only loving gift.
w, of Christ was to be found in the archives *H n And In love take;

"I+ at Rome. Addressing the emperor and :4 Gladden the poor and Bad
.
:Roman senate, he said "1'here is a certain For lov'.. dear lake
I Poulsson, In St. Nicholas.
village in the land of Judea, distant : \ Emily_ -

I thlrty-fhe stadia from Jerusalem '- Almost a. Hint

I I' In which Christ Jesus was born, as ye M j4al :: ,r i r ', "What did you get for your Christmas
can learn from the enrollments completed X I '" asked, a bachelor of a married

under Cyrenlus, your first procurator friend.
\ in Jeru alf'm.In the year 200 "I got a holiday hint from my wife,"

7"I Tertulllan said the same thing: "Fl. he replied, with a sigh that made his

t 0 t nsUyooneerningthecen.usenrollmentof << pocketbook squeak
f: Augustus, which the Roman archives "What was it?"

1 preserve as a faithful witness of the r "A cardboard bearing<< the Inscrip
,4 Lord's nativity Any man in the nineteenth ? tionThe Lord Lo\etU a Cheerful

I o century who wants more explicit Giver.' "-Tt'XA. Sifting,

I proof of a matter that is not of
A CalrmUtlns Uoy.
.i great vital moment anyway must have "I think Tommy" wvW: Mrs. IIarlentRiver
i In his mind scheme In which
a private M
that
'. X 9 I shall put you Into lonc
the rest of the world can have no possible t; trouper "
t pretty noon
'1 interest Detroit Evening News. .
"Not now, ma, not until after Christma -
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THEIR CHRISTMAS GIFT. u"
it Qk
----- "Why not now r
Only a Twelvemonth Mere *f Life, Bat IIBrovghl "llecouse you know I'll have to gJ

IlapplMce I Into short stocking, and they don't
She had lain for six months the big : i hold much," Texas<< Sifting.
whit bed in of the of
one rooms
upper A Little ........
,'
I s Michigan avenue house. Her husband 1 1Old
.'ddl--Chri tm.. I la all humbug. 1
"j wen rich, they were both young didn't
what' I experted. and I knewI
I. and they loved each other. One month shouldn't.

I ago the family physician had taken the
Faddl_I agree with Wa.
t aside and broken the news you.
I hjUkband 19 humbug I got Just what I didn't exBaetoa
: him aa gently only good physiciancan. .
\ pact, and I knew I would.
.
Santa wi climbed, with a fine flee tree, But alas! poor Santa bIa smile was soon changed The tumble b*got dida't bother him mucI. Transcript.

; ; "It la a malignant growth," be said, Down a chimney at Just twclY*.o'clock, To a con caI grimace of pain, For it happened he landed, right

l finally. "I can hardly be mistaken And decked it allows'with gifts and toys For,leaning far back on his shaky perch But sorry Indeed was Santa to see I wish A IlUt !

Using up a good past of ids stock| A food virv of tbs pretties to raJa Afl around him so sorry a sight Let.you try while amerryChrilmast w.',*repeating ,

And to them, in this situation the There were soldiers and doH-bablc, guns and boob The,Jolly old soul lost his balance and fell The damage was great, but b* quickly repaired To The add dear ld-fashloard greeting,
a tied imseMab act.
Hanging all about over the tree, To the floor with a horrible crash, Everything that
day before<< Christmas wa ushered<< in. was Injured at all, And make the wish a Mewed fact
1 All day la the big room three' doctor And little wax candles of every hue And grabbing the tree brought it down on his bead And out oa hem journey he went forth again -YMtlll'.CoIDpaaJoa.auu

had ben moving about noiselessly Besides candies as thick u could. be. With a toy-breaking, ruinous smash None the won for his terrible fall .. Haad.

Aero the hallway the husband sat before Wife-I am afraid dearest. you baregiven

t a desk pretending., when anyone me such a big Christmas you

wants Into the room. that h* was rending woman something of that tender pity, me any present. Taint no use, you for a birthday present last Jane I "When I wee a bachelor my female<< haven't anything left for yourself

In reality be wee rating big heart which after all bind. mankind Into one know'l' was a nice little compass and I .-ue parishioner brought In on aa average lIo.band-Qh., yea I still have the

out with ..d..t," and the Knowledge great family with the bond of human Why., father?" Mid Lena, In an aggrieved a teller about your size thought so, even pair of slipper every Christmas. tab end of my check book.-Truth.

I that one be lo rl was passing throughthe sorrow and human suffering,-Chicago voice "we always get you use for he's been a-usin of It ever Now that I am married and have several The __ Wkj.

valley of the shadow and' he powerless Tlbuae. ful presents, don't wf I don't myself Then let's see, there was tM silk rhlMren in occasional need of char "I guess I know why flute Clan

to bl'IJI. believe In thing that are not useful. I kerchfef that mother give me at tiaereestt I never receive single pair," has rat -deems' MId Ja.fc "So IftM"

; The evening wore slowly w ...to tbfO A Happy TfcMchl Father's eyes twinkled ""N- he day, and I put it away, ehoioe-lik. of'I -Jadge "'. rain "*trad el mow they taD
mMnlfht b *&lUheraldm How It la for those who are bereaved said "but the font I knew l>
night sad just as the I good I sometime think they are thing ny (TH here just tb* same." Harper"<< *
) the coming of the happy hH- and sorrowful that our Christian Just a little too uaeful you know- wourin it inside her ja<'ket. Yes. -Let no pleasure tempt the, na ambition liazar,

tin.v one of the soft.footed doctors. festival point forward and upward Nell shrugged bee shoulders impatiently presents arc all useful a let.llr bit u corrupt thee. no example sway'

iiiietlv! Into his room. Ma well aa Backward, that the eternal but mother said Let fathrrbay" useful.' m.hbe.t See th/( point th''' ludoanathing t hid h thon knowect I : AfterTohnnle /Xe1.t..e. it **
ITie oKT8tlon| baa been *o caful," joy to w hick! we are drawing ever nearer his little joke What is it this )-e to he
he<< said "'J"Mpatl.... has already rallied U linked to the earthly Joy which baa time,father*" Father's next present had hla I, jolhly, for a good eonreieoo. Ie a eon.ttnual emus Frcddio leftbto

from the shock I think I ea ..passed away,-lira. Chart*. I The old gentleman having warmed written en oath of them, and son Ortatmu. -DeDJamJa J'ranklla. I a MM-TrutJa.e Maybe. Santa Clan

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aV (Woqder If robe dun toleye I gotdun wlf dechoah*, ".:benll I What y*r doln'l1" I I do bald," he added with a knowing
tram undah I' '," resuming bps lazy puftlng. \Vhy, look In' undah dc bald, uvCome wink "1 teed de hull performance
"It am opened the door, placing the ," f re w de wlndah." I I

I'se dun I lain on a lnch while she did 110, "What yer want ter go pokIn yer neb I **(100), ye fool nlggah."Aunt Chloe
N\Val. go the pan up again And In her nn' |N..Tin' unrtnli tie held '"r' HitokJn laughed good tistumllr.. "I doan' keer.
be out dar in flung both pan And content ; yer jintn. IIn' jroautn' like pernest.Dar1 It'a a gyarmcnt no grm'man need be
"Doan ye I out In the yard. nutfin d \r." ; shamed "\. I'm glad yer pleased if ye A--:s 4y I
my han'?" I was her ('hanl"' She' controlled Yes, but dar am, 'hlt1t"-tlI'1I n red did po spyin') roun'. An I kin say I'M
"Well, chuckle and exclaimed paftxrl (I' ..IImt;,,', tin' I'mvr irwhie ter I powful takin wlf dlschecr. Ue,bt', fitsluos'
N dls heel fur de Ian sake, .:ben, If I lldn' git ler broom han'le an'rake it out." an good ss de dressln sack, an'
7S cum twill i : the dishpan out It's powerful "1'e fool nifrgshi yore not er' gwlne Miss II"II dun saint *r punk In pie',sol
cole doar, an : an' I'M 'fn id tcr get It. Ve'll hir ter do no neou" lingl list ain no parael. !I won't her tlr use de coat ter clar my
other yean have slipped moah I an'pick It up ole man." It's ony a ole punt.in' dst Miss May guv I akyerts uv liahin'."
away as slips the newer side? Stay *, yer gettln rooah an' moah me fur de Chrismua dinnah. I dun I ,ln the pleasure and ncltf'mf'ntofthe : ,. //f
with its hands hath.held out ws grasps will ye." ,,' every day Ye know n* well rolled It op In red flannel tvr kep it exchange of presents Uncle Eben came
(pace) rift more the Father sends. "What's 'eor bawn dat I'm too stiff alt de frutn reezin'. Never could hey a'IIJ>rl... I near forgetting the few chickens and ,
fore Hint thanks tor length ef day. Does ye ter fro prollu 'round In de'! fur ye-Yore> alii snoopln'Toun'. lit old "gobblers" a brisk holiday had left I
for Joy that comes with breath "Dar's no fur an old dish pan. I'll Jea hole up otfen your hunkers an'cumterbald, and the fact that they must be fed Only !
books and happy work for
rot children home and and for friends.j do persactly an' ye kin dun get de pan yer- (spec dat man 11 make a sneak In'Hah occurred to bin.when Aunt Chloe had
"Fur Gawd outen me before he Bits dat coat on his gene down cellar intent upon the

to the midnight out and; the frost ws sped at yer ye kin be won' lawful agger- back.)" stuffed pickles and rich preserves the '!t. -1IRI8TMA8 again and we
the in the old year daylight and the glow wo bid You' er surotimes. Car's no commoda- Uncle Eben grumblingly obeyed, and had prepared months ago for this day 'i iii are sitting hers;
All the New Year In I er long wif erbout ye. A man dat'll en' his silence noon reigned In the cabin, It was not cold, and the old darky, We're claimed a few short moments for
ittklnsIs' dead) Long live the klngl-'tls out In de dark when he knows she's broken only by Aunt Chloe's snores proud of his new possession, allied out our own.Ju.t ,
shout ss we have, dear heart for many A I
are the'tis clamorous with mirth and; hope the "Got him ter deft ur hoodoo la no gem' and Kben's more feeble accompaniment. t. the poultry yard arrayed In Its vivid y."r.And 1
And new-born ever reign begin. ahet any ." splendor. In his pride and vanity at so with brimming hearts we sit- ;
gyarment '. no hoodoo kin work die time a The nest day was a busy one for both the elegance' of his appearance, he unfortunately alone
wait of cars or grief todaywe
yet may .
bat
( cannot tell Come rest your head upon my shoulder .
year another start another dear. '
Another chance to don And let your heart pour out Its joy and '
t lleth closest to our hand God loves sorrow
us all Is well. For these two sisters are'as strangelynear
Draining fear we greet the year whose "
ant white leaves ..re'new. As yesterday la close upon to-morrow, '

.Xtrfaret E. Sangster, In Harper's Basar.Jlmmleboy's Your hair Is gray, dear heart, and mine Is, ':

Letter to Banta CUtas. Out too the world Is not; our eyes still seek -11"
!peer) Santa Claus, If you could bring the light; I(
patent doll to dance and sing' Our willing hands still And some work to j
A live-pound box of caramels, 1 tIN. r do ::
A wt of reins with silver bells; ? r+k, ,', K V a s t Z" ; I'I Our ears still hear some music to delight ,
I J II, d 4 t W vl't. i b 1 1r.t't
: that roars and walks, IN n I s.'t lair P I F l..o Itrl Life has been. sweet dar heart, for you '1
elephant l ,
An
doll that laughs and talks l "h.. '.dil rah4 I i r rrv and me, ';
A/ownle::: p 'en '.I IY l'rq' .
A lammlng-top that I can spin tr. Quldcd In many a dark and doubtful way, .
treasures V' Py the Unlit that never was on land or sea
Ad:311 to keep my ;
Ib Of Him who gladdened earth on Christ '
two that I can sail, man day.
A boat or
A dcs to bark and wag his tall -AlfredtoddarcinDetroit_ Free Press. :
A pair of little bantam chicks,
A< cit of tools a box of tricks; Th Mewing of the New Year.
I asked the New Year for some motto
: AKarlet suit of soldier's togs, sweet, ,\
lit: ir and net for catching frogs, Some rule of life with which to guide my
and silver watch l W w? i iI iM1
A blcyjle feet; .
pound or two of butterscotch; I ached, and paused; he answered soft and I
low: ,1\\
| A imall toy farm with lots of trees. I "Oo<1'a will to know."
to load with beans and peas,
A
run "Will knowledge then suffice, New Year'" ;
and a music-box
Uor nge
A double set of building-blocks : And,cried ere the: question Into silence 1 died. !

!If you will bring me these, II&Y. I, A Y gt4 The answer camel "Nay, but remember, i
Before the coming Christmas day I J I too,
t tort of think, perhaps, that I'd 1 1 1I Clod's will to do."
pretty nearly satisfied.
-Harper'.Young People. I Once more I asked: "Is there no more to

-- And once tellT"again'ths answer sweetly fell:
"Ye.{ this on. thing all other things

2ssn : above.God's will' to love**
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\\\: Go (! /1/ll/c v ro t ar PLAIN II 111fT.

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a >Aalf 4.a ,
i.. lust toardbstI
a rSPEC \ : r by 1111 I Artl ANoo '

a : 7 rr SeloFTorat I
a q ,
I
before"I
V V {site
V i t

Ebenll be"moah A dan -.lft u'd

pleased wit de present I'se a mak- y"l

In' him dill yeah. He'll look like When Panta Clans sees that layout be
,jerfik gem'man, shuah nuf, in dill will surely be touched.-Truth.
II f red robe wit de passel o' stripes -- -
ide cuffs and collah.MissMay dun guy A Tim of Pears and Clued Will
ado stuff ter make it-brcss her haht In the mind of Christendom the ,
--tII'de cawd an' tassels for de waist.'De Christmas season has for centuries been

honey chile is mahried now, an' 11 s e set apart as a time of peace and good
tri tnuvver Miss May a toddlln'roun' r ti w : will among men To the religious
t float, an' she's got her "mammy's r. feeling originally prompting this distinction
a flln eyes an'yaller hair has been added a sentiment
.
cultivated the social and
customs
'tben an'me'ud a bin in de pore house by
of the of all Christian
Si go et it hadn't been fur Miss May. = usage people
lands It lathe time of areconciliations
I : gift-making .
bps de ole man won't cum in 'twill
of reunions' of the
iii de collah facin sewed down. It'lledun
e overcoming of resentments, and the
;
den, an' I kin bing it up hind de t
burying of feuds and enmities. It I.the Is
W. unner my ole speckle dress. lIe."Ebeu'll ,
season when men try harder than
nevvah know it am dar twill
at any other time to cultivate the spiritof
humus mawnin. 1 spec he'll jesV 1G
happiness and It la because
peace.
.
his eyes an' roll 'em as ef he war e
1IZy of this effort, because of this prevalent
feeling that the Christmas season Is
It lad In some
Gums powerful strong
et generally Associated with what Is
tit. ,roun' de doah, an' it'.mighty badVElan's ndermt, sweetest and holiest In

rhumatiz, but die gyarment human life, that it Is so pleasant always
good and long, an* 11 keep him 10 anticipation and so delightful In
*& when cob
& colin
he'a kinokin his
recollection. Who can doubt that each
1;* o!>er In de cohnah. I'se mightyM recurring Chrlstinastlde does leave

: Mbs May stahted us In de pouluness. the whole world positively better thanIt
7. -; Doan hab ter eat ral>- v found It a gentler kindlier spirit
; '
iJi'yeshf we'se pine ter hab rons among men more love more sympathy
Wly': ins May he, he- Miss all the world somewhat further along
by. she nodded rousterus like de ud- towards the day when war shall be no
chI an' says 'Aunt Chloe. e'erhed'n y 4 more and the peace of God shall reign
< min' erbout de plum puddin'an' risasbsikesa throughout the earth? Christian
t a''>r... pie fur yer Chrlsmns dinnah. Work
t,1 I know dat gall Dar'll be a big
I61..Jt: down heah on de cabin floah New Teak HMolvtloM.One .
vow will not suffice the long year
**&*yer baron an'It'll cum Jes when through

-"aha am blinkln out Chrlsmus cbc.h One prayer a twelve-month's needs may
!- ) dar cums de ole man! Habit not allay:
"-3 time to git dls robe bin de bald Crown every morn with pure resolve enew,
And live each day as though 'twer New
I Year's day.frank.
W. Hull la Ram's Horn.
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I ole woman, au' dar'a nuftinll! hurt husband and wife Uncle Eben drove forgot that the color of his
"Eben, Ice our own yawd." a thrifty trade all day In his poultry coat was the one that male turkeys
boahd up Chloe eyed her liege with Illy yard and Aunt Chloe was busy ln-doors totally disapprove of.
"% al,hole I contempt fully a minute but with the preparation of a feast the good Instantly there was a whir of many
: like an ole I not disturb her husband In the old darklesonly allowed tbeuselvesouoe outstretched wings, and every gobblerof

: in fur yer lIe smoked away and she was a year. the lot was upon him. j
Kwlne plum to get the dishpan herself. Chloe bad with great difficulty fished The ground waa slippery, and Uncle jI
Onel'ltaD'\T }".ben laughed softly to himself the dressing gown out from under the Eben very stiff in the joints,soof course I
h I when I & way she slammed things null bed and finished it early In the morning the old nan went down at the first on ,

inter de the cabin to rights. for the making sure of Its hiding place this slaught.Aunt i
dar all At last Chloe Mikl: time. Chloe, recalled from the gleeful
"I doan ). cr goin' ter bAld I Is.an' I wants True to expectation the basket from contemplation of ber goodly stores bya
twill de crack dump dat conn cob, and put out ">l las )la," arrived Christmas eve,and series of yells and wild Imprecations,
I'm pinter ," then she proceeded to reduce beskU. the good things promised contained hurried to the scene of discord.It .
undah de wool to braided subjection, l many useful things to gladdenthe waa with the greatest difficulty
"oa: TICKLZD: TO Ilgr/ WID PI* Uncle !: to envelop her rotund form to a childish hearts of Un.U Eben and that the turkey were driven away and I wonder If I wnz all dressed up an' ,'I.
Dar rig' sown" ing his fs nightgown. listing d.M Aunt Chloe. : Unele Eben rescued I from hi* perilous put In a winder, U anybody would long
wt she climbed ponderously Into bed I predicament. "1"'ID'1ye10' no sense, to hay. mef-Life. .
11l&!:y. do' I1J Jell sot of tSrW*! forgetting her.......8d..lav.ri- "Qbloe r.. moa'UcLlml to deft wll dl.Y1111' .ole man? Doan' ye know dat turkeys

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like Pie 0. **
A rss
d colors >
ob red
J a it kecrf ul an' spread my .tun cheea, habit of Iookl..BdH It before kalat Ur sight i.
wj out dat way} bell nevah ace them) Aua' g his diminutive form in the ... /bobbling up and down the Aunt Chloe had led Uncle }ben to the Tm saving tip to buy" you a CbflatIIIU -
rm him. isall house and was brushing the snow and ......a.awJpa. said Willie."That's
aottin on. He. be; yes I'se come neue restricted space reserved for cable Christmas morning arrayed "
BT house white his wifeenthroned dirt off his back, very ales of yoa my boy,
F 'lliu"D tny apraa pocket. of the .. Urn be got down on his hands its gorgeous splendor
and chair that Tse mesh sense dan a fool woman sakl tU cM gentleman "How touch
es bit kKitUft'i Uouhc.niu the Ire more stiffly and laborious ( in a big rocking got "
OU'- neah. -na; min e I aDd content usual. 1)I tuntlv Aunt rhloe was I facie: Kbro bad with much puffing sndpanting I dat'll mk a mcrbllllon east fur a gem' have yon got?
u taahd apSOdeuo.dripplu'U peraUal' to In tied cab ridiculous Just .-orrlrd la from Its coneeslmeat man date got tor tend turkey for a Ub- "Well Willie replied, "If you'll give
upright
3 'r de nla Ute door to I braid b> ri.'J<' <; -; "r..- nIK''I la the barn) beamed bsespprotsl I to d hlcago Saturday Evening Ber- me tea cents.. J"U have eleven aJtoct't
drfppIM' l.YhafadematUh I I looked over .:"O.u.o Hla* uJa4 .."*. 'I "'1 bowed Hat war ae puskla' andab 1 sk. .. "-u..,.. Young People

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Turkey, apple sauce cake and rats- weans wish you-uns a merry Christ PAPA HAD TO SPOIL IT ALL. Christmas miscreant morning had I "made found me some a pres.ant unknown }

s-l 1ns,'replied one of the men at my elbow mast! Just. Slf t- I 'Jf J "miln
i Of Talking Abo.t a Hew Tear Dill of a bottle of hair dye.-Texas (
1f1e That sounds like old time*.'I didn't 'Same to you I l' we shouted back, .t the Wrong HUMS

; ; I 1! J.SI1 I know there were any turkey nowa and there was no more shot or shell It was New Year's day and the fair logs -1 i a.
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: day. Bay Yank, her yer anythingover along that part of the line for the remainder Miss Snobberly was entertaining ftcaller. A tarloo Custom. Tsle, : ,

I f1iflf ?' of the day" The caller was a shining lightin The Hindus celebrate the anniversaryof

llilg "With one common impulse half a the inner circle of society and a the new year by a festival called

I 4 90. dozen men sprang to the top of the embankment HER CHRISTMAS GIFT. potential aspirant for her hand. Hooly in honor of Krishna,one of their l

with their hand full of good How It Ileloed Him Oat of an taptaw "0, lie Oldfam," she cried, taking many false gods. It is a season of gen

i 1 > utIt thing. oat Predicament. him to the end of the room, "see this eral rejoicing, when everybody is on an I

'Comd o\ert! shouted a corporal It was all on account of his having a darling old colonial chair which arrived '- equality, and the distinctions of"caste"

It. who stood at the elbow of the entrenchment conscience. Moet of the fellow in his yesterday from papa's ancestral are forgotten for the time It might be

1 std' a 1 "Guess we've got enough left class, had they been in the same fix. home in Vermont. Did you ever see called a "red day," for all the people

to give some of you a Christmas dinner. would not have worried about the mat aurthlng sweeter in your lifer who can afford It dress In red clothes, I

ria' "Three men in butternut clambered ter at all,but that was not his way. Al- mi.r, reidly. Miss Snobberly, it Is and they go about throwing a red-col

over their earthwork and met our though be had been knocking around a delightful bit of furniture, and no ored powder at one another or squirtIng '

men e* they advanced over the debate college for three year and over,sowing doubt full of the most delightful associ It, with water from a syringe, on n --u- I

.< ,.+ able ground between the line. To our wild oats as rapidly] a* any, yet he had ations." the passers-by. During the three or Ii T WAS Christmas eve, and
wind blew keen
d.Oltlb slog I 'a hale helgh-o surprise, the federal came back with'a never for an Instant lost biB boyish "Y 's. Indeed; it belonged to oh-the four days this red-letter feast lasts Across the prairies that II. between

for the Christmas long ago, Fort Dodge, on the Arkansaw, under
When the old log-cabin homed u. hill, *-
: From the night of blinding snow, And straggling hamlet of
"' And tar rrest Joy held reign Where dwelt Nile Nelson, who rode
.. And the rhlmny roared amain. I day .
With the, firelight 1 likes beacon From his home to the northward
{ Through the frosty wlndow- ane. away,
Over the bunch grass bare and brown
Ah! the revel and the din Into the bustling frontier town.
From without and from within
i \i I I The Mend of distant slelgh-bella The night was dark-not a star on highAnd
I With the clinking violin l ) the blizzard brewing up there In
The muffled shrieks' and crle I *- sky.Nile. .
\ Then the glowing cheeks and eyes Nelson stepped out Into the street
The' driving storm of greeting II N I'' I 1111 I II II I r I The wind was driving blinding sheet J
1 I Hunts of klsse and rurprlse I ''III II I I I I ti I I Ihl; II Ill I I N I II jl II ply I l lI I II I I'l Of powdery spoor right Into his face t
r I III I I I j h IIIryII'I' I I j Y But NUn was happy; he left the place
t t'J Sing In again ate mirth I I jIhj I ) I Il I 91Yyj iI, 4, ''I'' With a glow In his heart, for little Moll f
I Of tar lil i round the hearth I II pia'h'j' I IIII Ills baby daughter, would set her doll,
i. With the rustic Slnbad tolling I pIiI FI, ; t III Th Christmas gift he had promised
lp ,
I The vtrnrgect tales on earth knew* I I I j I I II I I.. l I I'I 11 N i!Iliil I '', ; IVI,'I ''l jli i ud I i III I II II'I Il l II j I IIII'' I I, I NUes Nelson, trolling a Christmas songAnd
Hard ,
And the Jmtret we I l ', /' I I I'' facing the north wind, sturdily
jdI I
I /I' I I
,
hIi i (
I II
'
With his Love-l-er so true." I I I'I III h I I I llh Ij' I I'' l Hi ( I glll III p IV I I While past him the Storm Fiend
Likewise' his "Young ,Iou.k'arpen.And II ( II ti I J I' ti'' ,'" .,'lilll 1w' r strode.
I
.' I I ij y I' I'' i ? I I i

h I ter"Lov, i p II i I I II I fill ..SI'I'' ''I wild.
III 1 y ,
I
And forgetting ne'er thing, I", I 'Ji11111'L '; '" I pUp r c I ''lI,hl h ,I III When he hears the wall of a little child :
r I Lift a gladder: voice and sing host In the prairie and doomed to die
Of the dancers the kltehenp ll If Heaven prove deaf to Its feeble
'IIh i I Ih11I cry
p Clean from start to "pigeon-wing!I" II II II ; I
I"'I I He leaps from his pony, he searches
Sing the glory and the glee IIII I d'' ,I IIII 1 ?I I I j I ', I lilt'' 4 4 'J b a v'I I it He feels It: he has It within his strong,
And the joy and Jubilee I I ,''Il= IIVIII ,!" II n Ilu i ,
l ) I'I I hl hlp''I' Rough hands; he presses! It to his
The twirling form-the quickened breath- I I gill I i I ''I j I ea Tsui I
I of
IIII'I I'I I u a q '1,1, I p I I ,It ? ; A place of shelter a place rest
I The slgL Of ecstasy. I'' I I e '' I 1I hl ldji "Don't cry, little honey, you 11 catch !
I The eye that silo alone j YII I I u'll I IIII' 111 III"' h' r ,lu"+'I'V I V a II IIII I, cold," ,
IIII Ii'l II I ''' And he the child In
Hack Into oar happy own- I II'' I wrapped many a
1' The leaping pulse-the laughing blood- I '!'ll' lil'ii Ill! I j 'I'I' ulII'I h I t Of his blanket coarse, and he hugged ,
I I
II III'I 'li h ri tight
The trembling undertone! s. =
Ho! pair us off once more, IIII J d hh I Mil I I I II To his big, broad breast, but the
i II I l li' IW Ili I Ii blight :
the floor,
With I feet
f 4 our upon ''t .
VIII IIY' I
; Hut our head and hearts In Heaven, I I I I I I I 'i Still strove to wither Its tender life
A. they were In day.of yore! i I 1 I l' duty ly I'fl t i I I II He mounted his pony, and then the
James hltcomb Riley, In Interior. 11 I I I a d IIj it I With the wolfish wind, and the
I ,
I h' III/ til I I ,I I'' I I snow. :
4 II /
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s ,
I I t I h : II" I And the biting cold the
(that
II II hrl + !, III r I ,I I
A WAR-TIME CHRISTMAS.A d d I dlhM i iI know
I P1I Plide l I d6 hII" ii, When the Storm Fiend flies) began
KctmnUrrnce of Eighteen HUtyFourRecounted. N u 'u11' I, y' III II I II' more \
e 5. I I'' I I III And under his breath Niles Nelson
Mr. George F. Williams given in the I 4 ? I
"' I I I II IIj III I I III Then a silence feU In the tumult wild, !
World reminiscence the ,
New York a WI I And he heard the voice of the little child"Now
I k siege of Petersburg, Illustrating the IL I / I I I lay me down to sleep;

pleasant way in which both unionists ''I"I hl alt j ,'t ,r it P i t ? I ll j I pray Thee, Lord, my soul to keepIf
II' t
p pt I should die before I wake, :
INI'' '
and confederate observed the last y! ,
I I I ',' Ir
fI I III I pray Thee, Lord, my soul to take
.'Christmas day of the war "Christmas il If I Niles Nelson paused, at the sound
.;/!':" day, 1X64," he said, "found the armies y. IIII I I I b I I I'I mayed
i and the '' '' h ih And then-and then Nlles Nelson
I Tinder Meade occupying op- IIII ,/ II l "out I III J' ;r dl l "
6 "Lord save, was all he could think
posing hnes of siege work at Peters n I Il
I
Illl then.
I I Ih
; t burg, Va. I had ridden over from Oen. 7 'I I I h'' j 1'"'
I Ilaf" "Lord ," he muttered, "Lord
I t arren's. headquarters) to eat my holiday 4 tJ''r .ti 4 I I" II rlr 1" M1' l' hIt amen save"

', I 4 dinner with my old comrade, Will m .saw t nei t!h I l .a dWtal.,. ?"WII I 1 Then staring to northward, and Into

i Gilder\ who afterward became famous I ql night
1 as an arctic traveler I found him Is. a II J Ia'' IIII it I u'I P 1 np Ild Ip ,I "I see It'!" he shouted: "Thank God
.
t e "
y ti
light
r. and Oen Egan in a bomb-proof near M "I ? i
? ( the
a W' dln 'Twas a beam from a lamp on
t Fort Hell, on the Jerusalem plank road, j!p yr, I wld f hI arN NIMIuI Ip n sill

and enjoyed a hearty meal amid the I I ,I I I d I I'I rlI Of his own sod cabin. With right :
I and loud detonations of I I I r+ l'I!' I L' I 1 Ilu XI alh I II will
brick of shell I ,
? j ;F all 111A
I
< j NCI 'll IIII w a.AyI, lYI! ? His pony quickened Its lagging! pace
artillery. 1 And soon In that dear, familiar place
"After dinner' and a peaceful pipe," II'I' I l I I I I ,1 ,tt' / : II I I II Ills cozy cabin, Niles Nelson stands,
t continue WllllamaMMaj.Gllderand I II I jI I I I l'' I'b' I ''pk ,wllljl I it'llhili' I AI He kisses his wife and he holds her ::1!
I ,
I, ljl j I hill'I Where's. M011l.," he cries where.
r I paid a visit to the outer line of pickets, I I l l I N I 'II III I I I' P Wh II'P d I llr add i I'I tie Poll

it '+ IIJ'IIII'n' ; I
I I'l=l I I u I I I I I h I'I I ,I I "if1'I ,e I I I
being obliged to crawl on our hand and I II Pj Ih'i' IIC, ," 1 I l i' I'I I II I I I've brought her a wonderful
I 'I I rIh loll ,I I I, M I o il I' q I I "
knees for two hundred to avoid I doll!
yards I Iill ,
I' I '
ill'', III I I PI
the bullet which wero constantlywhistling ill I ll l M q all j li l II I IG 'I iI ; I P'I' I P 'i IP ail f I I II Then he points to the bed where
I Iu
I III I FI" ''dgiyi'A I' "' III I I I I blanket lies 1"l
i over our head.. i t Ii j I j I I,I I r +' Is." '' 4u I it'll' I I1 I 'II In a queer little bundle: "That's my

; "}"lnaUy'e reached the picket line, I I 'II I? ;Ile i'' ''lllll9 IW Ih'Id Nf' I ,III ; I I I I I ,II i II IIVN'i' il I prise:
"
I, having given to a brother officer a portion I i I II I? H II IiII h i I II II Why don t you answer? You're
i of the good thing. we had been ills- l Idj III 11 ''I p I I j I"N 4I I / pale:
and
\ I You tremble and shiver.:Vou sob
cashing As the captain had finished I I I I I I I It Answer Where's Mollie'" "Oh. !
I
air dinner there was a perceptible I I I INI I h she said:
f t slackening in the artillery and musketry I'' pliN! I'g' g l lI lI "My dead.God,"how can IT Oh, Niles !

fire, until a deep silence fell upon I "Dead!" "Yes, Nibs she's lost In
the long line of trenches I snow: :

M 'The Johnnie have hoisted a flag, To-day was pleasant, and Mollie would

sir,'said a sergeant, a*he emerged froma On the back.prairie to play, and she dldn, .- (

pit near by. When the night shut down, all stormy .
'What for?' demanded the captain black

"Well, they ny It'* Christmas day I rs I set the lamp on the window sill.Rushed ,
Into the storm and sought until
", ,, I and they think theyhave\\alltedenough The blizzard drifted me back to the<;<' >
? I ammunition! I I That shall open for Mollle, our: Mollle
"Ixx>king over the edge of our breast. more"

i I storks I saw that the enemj's line won Niles Nelson stood like a statue ohlon.Tile"

scarcely a hundred yard. away, and I oilita IConk) pp he raised his hand and said *'

'{ along its ragged edge were ranged thirty groan
"Is there a God that will kill a child
or forty head of the confederate wild
And the
e bring Its father aero**
soldiers our own line being alive, ow- -- Of wintry plains to save from death

t fog! to the implied truce good supply of tobacco, which wa idea of honor and all that sort of thing founder of papa's family In this country everybody appears to have been dippedIn The child of another lIe drew

'Say, Yanks,' said a tall, sunburned quickly distributed. So, when he fell desperately in love and has t'radlf'no. I don't mean a tub of ak beer, red powder the breath '
pet
southerner, 'what did yer her for yet 'Say, Yank.,' called the confederatewho with one girl,while engaged to another, that-it has been used by all the succeeding monkeys even not escaping. AU this The With blanket a savage In hiss which, as the he baby snatched lay. ]I
Christmas dinne..r had the conversation it troubled him. Moreover the I :'
opened really generations.
is taken In ss good part as snowballing The blue eyes open; the rose lips call:
I next day wa Christmas, and who Tike "How very interesting. is with us.-United Presbyterian "Oh, papa, you're home) Now I want
to be bothered then? Altogether, howa ">:c*: Isn't it? To think of my dolL"Stanley.

t in a bad way. great-great-grandfather being sung to Santa Claus Is about the only person Wood In Chicago

"i C : < But seriously, be must break his engagement sleep to the music of some old Puritan who knows what the small boy -A Christmas Story.-"I did not .ta
I" ;
; after alL Yes, after all I PKC.IIO In that very t'balrl"! wants. Judge. pect a single< i After those first days at Lake Placid, "It Is, indeed, a valuable heirloom. I

when be saved her from drowning only "Yes; and look;" her voice took on I I

: by his aklll in handling his frail Adirondack 0 fresh note of triumph as she pointed HOW SANTA CLAUS WAS. CAUGHT. i

canoe After last inter, sacredin to the beck "look here deeply carven j Iit
; What musk float Spoil: the siUalKht' air his memory, because of that nightin aud black with age are the letter F ;;; e '
A wet sad to\tma as an .sgel's ?
'jll What* message M th* vorU et Joy and prayer peace} the conservatory, when In reply to L. S my great-grandfather' Initial I.\:':' 3 3ra'l

What piMBlM that the r 'lga of wrong ihall CUM? his question, came a low "yea." After Think Mr Old fain, when those letter i e ;

.. What word ol hope..Beau that wau.li and...*F t last summer at the pier-after those were carven Americans still prayed : <
I What lciM4 baM lo W4 the vurfc-wora sleep. :, '
I drives, those walks-after those serious publicly for the king and the royal : I! '
To Mwthe the u>*rr on his couch ol Palo .
Te iltaaM lIIe alo-akli: apMI '".... Us olds? half playful love-talks-after-. family, the battle of Bunker Hill was ) L
I Th mother kneeling by hw dying child Yea it was sad. but a* man of honor jet undreamed of apd-" Ith
1'I RcMtnbcrs how the Holy Mu< wa no way. Here In the nest room arose a voice,
e
Sua In PakMiae.
Wept opt MM acra4 P' aJ But how to do it? What excuse could morose and loud, a voice which had ltd .

..w he offer for his conduct? Could he not training on the board of trade. q. 1it
I s
1'd
1f i! J JI r t tell her of his desertion some better "Maria," said the voile, "I've just '

I way than by a If'tter"11., he had it. 1 been looking over these New Year's
I
1 I He would send some gift that would be ''i I Mils and here's one I don't understand K t

symbolical of a wish to break the tie I To one rxnet reproduction of colonial
*
tiroI i that hound Wa ""r. But.whatshoulJ I chairs forty-nine dollars' That's all

1111 r ti It be* A flora woken column? No right, of course. I suppose its that old __

11 that would be too suggestive of a fun junk shop aflalr in the front parlor : ; 1 1t

eral. broken chain No that would
A
I tjr though why you wanted to buy a thing i -
l be theatricaL .\ --? that looks old when I can afford brand

. A knock at the door. Ah his mail new ours 1 don't understand. But it, iep s i t kIt

.A Bill, circulars newspaper, total bov this item that p Mk>s me. To carving-

Looks like jewelry. Probably the tint three letters on the b&ekand producing ta
: of his Christmas gifts What's this? the appearance of age, nine dollars.' I.

Her card dear to rwnwaber him, ;
IF "" girl ow. I-
p. .--f. ..:. poor t.aw.bu haw tile One hlM when be had not written in so long But Mr. Oldfam heard no more: be
_
:!IL r: Had sot pUre vlMie M lay Hit genii* had Sleeve buttons without doubt-Jut had oaught his breath sttflMtntly to 1I
4i-4 I The sree Md Math man who said what be wanted. How Bio of her'HeJIo :
T. aka ha Fat low.*.ak. *be forgive," tell Miss Soobberly that be bd a lot
een !. evil haunt die chains ut vtca an dyes. \ that' quf'ft'-lt looks lik ring II more cull to nuke and must bid hr ---p'd d/

r, Th* eatt I* huated. and th* ..,..11II1 tear -feels like a rise it U, why, bow's good att rnoo .Chicago Tribune.
"f!\ I plait*ye* that Save tots dry fee.uay a ,*.. this tit....... -'Uiar--.Dd well It
;: for be bad It himself not ] Apart t* IJ-ry.:
It to the Mask nf Ik*CMnas chlaw might bought I
1-
Bald-Headed Yan-Il"&D't find
That Uke aa .aatbr .l fee oUn DIMS twelve short months ago.-Brooklyn W<
W,,,i.m"'11' M.f*.*saw theChrtet earth Ufe. ,, to express) my indignation ai an msu '
Ana sara tnt _.ph.haul MHlktink.tritwao rrceiwd this hmtmaa
die ., 'u. raaUf:ret agal*>-
ir There is tho
no true hrtatmaa presentwhich Pet. AmsterdamUhat was 'I"
tker shaM he peace ea earth, goalChart will< .
,
-' y. doesn't bear the stamp of the suit -
M taM
** L.ds-Hatntll Is DeeMncTt 4a&ul**. Christ Child upon It Young Meal Era Bald-Headed Man When I got vy m> CIIIIIw of Yttices: Lem Otha F ooma H.nh f Yc'w cot sir ou falow ai ....





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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 20, 1895. I

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Awarded tage on the river front which will\ bequite much admired and It Is safe to lay that I Death on Hanaim Uh'f't.Jl"elh .
Honors-World' Fair. an Improvement to the settlementWe I those who listened to him were greatly G. G. SPRINGER x

Uest. need" our county road cleared out Impressed with what he said<< In the good
r the little 14-months-old son of
-DR; along the river front from Wa\e1and to I cause of temperance While In town till
and Mrs. Jeffords. of Banana
where our good lecturers organized a branch of the sod.ety 'apt. ,
some county time commlmlonereanedltout then : known as the Independent Order of I River died of dysentery on Thursday -,-- Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of --
ago we night of last week at 10 o'clock and
Good Templars thirty of our
tWl'ntYllr
would have
a good road. Let's have Itat
people being enrolled a* members. The was bulled on the following Saturday..
"t1Cfi once. tint meeting of this society will lx heldin 1 I CApt. and Mrs. Jefford wish toextend
The trade boat Merchant had: quite an i the Presbyterian rhurcli next Tuesday: their gratitude: und thanks through, the I ICE
accident happen to her a few days ago. night, lit 7 o'clock, when all member are columns of the ADVOCATF. to thosetlends ANDDistilled
A flaw of wind who helped them during -
struck her which carried quested to be present MOMH. ito.iii-; so kindly _
off her foremast head and the topmast a lump and ttemaree left on Tuesday for the sickness and burial of their be-
CREAM few feet above the mainmast head. We Jacksonville. ovcd child.

understand there was no other acetone Water '

damage sustained. To CorrrxpomlfiifK.We \lc''l'IlIl1IlI. Ul'6t 1'rlemK

BAKING
Be It remembeied that newspapers are Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.PAC"rOlUE
Refrigerators
Roseland.Mr. shall foil obliged If our down the men'!liants' tried and trite mediums .
river corrmpomli w ill mall: \ their items for advertising.! Use them largely; If not
POWDER oil :'lolI< Cain Is digging a fine crop of sweet Intend cloning this, office on \Vednc- and. hones "II)1t'II1I'1.1) 1 are seldom Cocoa and AVost Palm Ueacli.
>otatoes. day: (Christmas IKiy). If ever of any value as advertising medli.
MADE.
MOST PERFECT Miss C. Cain Is spending a few weeksIn The original "pl)'--Ieall" of the advcrtlsng -
Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre\ Micco with Mr. Hauls. 1'arhirCnr Sort lee. mine lil'aln the "veins" of the news-
L Grip Alum or my other adulterant >aper-country as well as city.-Keytone. -
Ammonia J S Smith Jr. c& Co
Mr. F. Ulrich has taken his sailboat .
YEARS THE STANDARD. way to fit it up for the winter season. The first parlor car of the season was ,

put on the Flagler lly., Tuesday between -Band practice to-night (Friday) at
Dame Rumor that the railroad DEALERS: IXAAA -
says Jacksonville and< company Is going to build a freight conductors are J. T. Donaldson and W.
Banyan. house here. It Is much needed. R. Coupland.<< Both these men have Judge M. S. Jones and Col.! F. W. o

Mr. Drake president<< of the Sebastian Il'enIth tjie above company for over i Pope Uf: for Jacksonville enterdiy. p f p if

Il'II51'11. J. Jalul Robert LaRoche liver Land A: Improvement Co., Is ex- three years and are very well spoken of. -Mr. (Howard Dolson, of ITibana, 0., \ 'iLime \ : O 1
I to Courtenay for a few days petted down about Jan. 1st. airived in town this week, and has ac- .
The Elf Children. epted a position with the Electric ,
tweet III l the order of
potato digging Mr. A. E. Bryne made a trip to Melbourne -
LdTy, There Is a large yield In thislenity In the Fly-by-Night leaving Light 1'o..kll.M'II.rA. Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
On account of the recent fire this entertainment ,
toseland at sunset and returning the W. F. Downing, W. J.
Mr. O. Boule Is quite ned day at sunset. which was dated for List lazlewood, Gro. V. Watson and J. M. AOIC'HTH ron : Will always give very lowest prices
Friday was postponed until this
understand (Friday<< )
Ladle of New York, returned from HOME liltlCK ('0. Rome (Sa.OLLINS steel nts
I at Brantley. We hope The UMettIn I prompt nhipnu
,ht his home Mr. Walter Gibson killed\ a bear and evening extra time has been the '
heir two'kA' shooting trip to URirK ( 0., Atlanta, Ja. five us jour ordeis and we guarantee -
f,ae him out again soon. one cub last Saturday and Is now on his more rehearsals and something nice laulover and Lagoon on Thursday. THE CAROLINA BROWN STONK CO. satisfaction.
few warm days this week have way after a boatload of oysters for Ercll- can be promised those who attend. They killed over :KM> ducks on the trip.
1 arIfd The all kinds of vegetables; growing doune Inn. Many tickets are already sold. Those The former three gentlemen returned OFFICE: WAREHOUSE:
; the growth of which was checked that have the Interest of our school at northwards yesterday. Mr. Lafiln remains 138 East Bay Street. McConlho Block.Trlrphona .
Ilia. heart will doubtless attend and all will\
the cold winds in town. 184. Telephone UH.J.:
time by
White
11 City. be made to enjoy ItSenator
-The person or persons whoso kindly .JACKSONVII.I, FI.OIUDA.

I Remember, the ADVOCATE Titusk Mann. took charge. of two music stands, belong-
[ Arrangements are being made by the memlKMs of thu band the
Give lug to morning -
kinds of Job printing.
,does all White City Social and Dramatic Club following the conflagration In ton111 ," ,
( of your work.] And so we learn our old friend Senator -
unbare for a fine Christmas tree and dance on \\ please leave them with Dr. F. W A Fertilizer for Fruit -
A. S. Mann has become a farmer, '
XMas in the
after
next
Thursday (day ) and Is at present in occupation of 2:100: < Cl'Ilven. who will\ restore them to theiiightful
school-house. owners. The stands, when last i
Melbourne. Steamer Lillian\ Capt. Matherson, willrun \ acres of land near Chattanooga Tcnn. seen, were lying near the J., T. K. W. "
lie he Is finished with and "
says politics
.
a special excursion for the occasion: depot. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
,
has
Into which
gone something brings,
from Jensen and Potsdam on the day
I nr W II Reeves is spending a few named.J. him in better returns. \Ve are sure Mrs. -We learn that Miss Jessie Byrd Kel-
I the county seat. Mann is overjoyed at the decision of her Pr.l.oc: $2B.OO Per Ton..
J1.t M. Orrel's hotel Is now finished and hat one of lJa7tolU"1 charming younggladles
Services at the Episcopal church on quests can find good accommodation. husband for she once remarked to an and here, propose GUAHANTEID ANALYSIS :.

I1ltmas morning. ADVOCATE representative that she would conducting a dancing school at West Moisture . 8 to lit Per Cent
like to see her husband out of politics.A Palm Beach In the near future. We .
Bell's new cottage on New Ammonia 4(... to (II" .el'hospleorhe
,
Mr George Fort Pierce.Mr. wish her every success In the undertaking -
Is nearly completed. ACII.! , B to tI "
:lien! avenue Double AVedcllnjj nt Ilanjan.There and hope It will meet with the
The Angel's Retreat Is draped In black universal approval of the Lake Worth) 1'otash (Actual) . 0 I to 8 It

id only two angels are left of all that Tyndall Waveland, was In town community. Made exclusively from lIriltht COItIlI' Send Meal, Nitrite IIf Steely, Itho.wl. (tone.
eerily crew. Monday.The was a double wedding in Banyan: IIII1Mlllvl'lll'hlillphatl', Flue 0"1",1 TllhI'I'U: Stems, and Sulphale IIf 1'1ItNh.r .
: pineapples are looking beautifulIn on Thursday of last week. Mr. J. It. Jupiter 'Vea t her Ut>Jtort. Write for II\I''CtlIlIII\ for using RIIII further partbvhus: ; also ask for a
Mil. N. Carter and daughter Miss Kagin was married to Miss Mattie liar- '
!
this section. copy IIf 'IIII"IIIlcal YN'II1t7.ln fur 'I'nlt. We early a large i stuck of all c-
'Die, have returned from a long visit per, and his brother Mr. W. J. Kagin,, The following Is a comparative state rer Material, Cotton' Seed Meal'h'obaccu (Dust Potash etc Wiito fur prices leer
cite north. Lookout for the big Chistmas tree; to Miss Kachael Harper, the brides being merit of temperature and rainfall for tin fore buying We seek the gioweis trade diiect .
Mr Tom Nicholson's mother and sis don't forget to attend. first cousins. They kept their Intentions week ending Tuesday Dec. 17, Id05.;
and few outside of their WILSON & TOOMER
quiet ,
m now belong to Melbourne; we gladly Hustle yourselves, citizens and get very -ISIM- -1815IATK. *: ,
Immediate family I knew anything about
ulcunie them. he sidewalks i finished.
the marriage until it was all over. Mr. MAX. SUN MAX. MIS: The Fertilizer House of Florida,

Xr.. Cbas. McBride has a fine display We are having some very blustery n. B. Stewart, notary public performed 11 lit 4H 711 00 Jacksonville, Fla.
< Christmas toys etc., as have Messrs. weather with very high tides. the ceremony. The young couples went 12 00< 48 81) 74
inter and Rumph. Immediately) to their homes after they 13 R2 411 t 70! 70
Mrs. Johnson, wife of Engineer Johnson were united In wedlock, feeling happy.They II Ill :'I'l 72 MIS : .
Invitations out for a ball Chtiat- and is at Mr. Green-
are arrived now t.8 47 74 fill
have best wishes for
our a long
III Eve, given by the Owl Club of this beck's hotel. life of happiness and proKpeiity. 1(1( 71 rh'j':l 70 MUCK LANDS

lee: atbtcwart's hall. Ca Is expected here daily with 17 73 W 7(5 Oil *

!Mr and Mrs. Shadd.of Gerard Ohio Ills dredge to commence work at the A Narrow 1'.scape from )ro\Vn- Total rainfall for the w eck: 1.2111ncl1es.( ,
pleasantly situated in Mr. Lockwood'8ltUge Inlet. Departure from normal rainfall for the

on Melbourne avenue. fug/ week: plus 0.74 Inches. Departurefrom -- --
Richard wife and party are
Mr. Quay
normal rainfall since January I,
!Mr F C. Irwin has planted grass now domiciled at St. Lucie at the residence -
Inches. In and half tracts
round his house on Melbourne avenue of Senator Quay. Mr. Palmer, of St. Lucie River was plus 10.14 J. W. CIIONK, OltMlJrnr.DR. two a acre ,
otherwise Improved the grounds.The his Bailing: down the river before a strong
returned to
Mr. Fred Williams "noilher" last evening holding fast to a -
Methodist and Congregational position as day operator after a ', Fronting on Canal.
length' wrapped round the tiller when the
rope O O O O O
lurches: will hold a Union Christmas holid.vy. We welcome you rope broke, him into the wa F. II. HOUOHTO.N,
utertamment at the Methodist church.The rescue
The death of Mr. Colquhoun cast a ter. He was from drowning by Apply to
ADVOCATE had better come dow gloom over this place when news arrived John Clohecy who reached the ex DENTIST. -

trl ljt and get a lot to build on before of his tragic death. lIe was bulled in hausted man as he was thoroughly ALBERT W. ROBERT,
Itlbourne is made thee county seat and the cemetery here chilled by the cold and about to give up. Atlantic Block, Daytona, Fla.
II rush begins.Be Mr. Palmer had recovered sufficiently West Palm Beach Fla.
this morning to continue his trip home
\V t, Barnes delivered a fine Christinas! Goo mon to a large congregation on Sun PALMETTO HOTEL ,..rte "
ky afternoon and also baptized Mr. '
,
have Xmas is comIng STEVENS BROS. & CO. c.-
UB Fisher's baby boy. The with goods flying come.feet If we haven't Mrs.! thicken Daytona, Florida.

The ladies of the Holy Trinity church, what you want we can order It from A special from Waycro, la.., says"Mrs. : The Leading Hotel.! Beautifully situ ,
iii d! such u( the gentlemen as will help, Palm Beach In a day or two. Call early. Thomas, dermatologist, was ated. It Is llOm -lIke. Table excellent.

Invited to help decorate the church ANTHONY Bnon., Titusville. Identified to-day by Homer Kced: of'. Modern conveniences.and New sanitary service; ,;-;;--- STEVKNS POTTERY, GA
tthe afternoon before t'hrltnia.s. Marietta, as the woman held In Atlanta dumbing. Prompt polite

The Owl Club (the new social club Cocoa.The as Mrs. Hlckcn, the person who forged a Popular rates. Under management of MANUFAC'TITKKHH OF -
Wasting of the most prominent of Mel- check on the Eads-Xecl Company Atlanta LEON DESPLAND, -

*IDIIrne'a young men) gave an excursion ) over a year ago and wan arrested Formerly of the Fountain City Hotel,
the beach last Thursday afternoon. Cocoa steam laundry Is now run. at Marietta, and afterward spent nearly seasons 'IU: to 'hl.15.CITY ] Well Curbing and Floe Lining Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware all

foul orrespondent. visited the new ning in full blast. li and year her In little Atlanta's husband j jail.arrived Mis.hero Thomas several -- ------- -- Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and

i n'ese which Mr. T. Mismer! is building. Mr. Thus. E. Burns came down from days ago. Mrs. Thomas admits that HOTEL Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
t U a very tine building, much tine Titusville Wednesday and is in town she Is the person who had been atrcxtod'

Ibo the one that was burned last sum for a few days. In Atlanta ns the-Hicken woman 'I am AND *ff- Save your money by buying close at Home, and from clever men.
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Mr Mismer has faith In the future The stage Is being erected in the Eyer Mrs. Thoma, a dermatologist from Can- -
(Mtth of Melbouine. 'and have been maliciously
building and It has quite. a permanent, ada peisecuted., she said, She said she was not .....RESTAURANTKUUOrEA.V ..... TIII3 IlKAHONS -

whisky barrels for sale at Motlow & dramatic appeaiance.J. the fines Hitkcn. 1'LAX. Yon Should; Buy a Yost Writing Machine : L-"
f Crabb if he hasn't
gone"i, Titusville Fla., 7-:>cts. each. D. says
-- light in Cocoa, he has the highest one. A Life 1'artiier. GEO. H. MATTHEWS, Prop'r.llAI.CO .
IUs on the front of bill saloon. r. It has no Ribbon or Shift Key.It .

Coronado Beach. McIntyre has been up at "There was a very quiet wedding at ( BLOCK.DAYTONA has Perfect alllll'ern"&IIent
Mrs. Capt.
this week here the captain the residence of Mrs. 'odilngton, mother FIOIUDA. 4
--r- TituHvillo Alignment.
last Thursday; evening, ,.
the of the gnom,
ourtenay on ways
i party from the when Mr. C. O. Codrtngton editor and Durability Strength,
Mnp 4t Xew Smyrna last Sunday. Mr. A. S. Lee of Rockledge< Vt Adam Noble and sister Miss Rose, to New York and boarded<< the train her marriage to Mr Annie (.. Hale, the Itev Highest Prices Paid for ##* r Ease: of Operation

{ d a' irou.ulo hotel a pleasant call last Saturday noon for the great metropolis.Mr. C. F. A. Bielby officiating. Only the Convenience and Beauty

'eet of this place, ha relatives of the contracting parties were FISH TURTLEAnd
Harry C. Eyer consecutive nights, present Mr. and Mrs. I'odiingfcm wIll OYSTERS of Work, that U foundIn I
HIM Fie harp has returned to Jack- succeeded, In seven with Mrs. F. C. Cod
home .
Mr. E. Is make their no Other Typewriter.yp
"tnllt! ,after a very pleasant trip to In capturing five wily fox. rington on Minnesota avenue."-DeLam all Kinds of GAME.CHAMBERLAIN. 1
:ruuad quite a taxidermistDr.
News. & COLE,
*' heal that New Smyrna Is to have W. S. Graham, of Titusv.llf; 91 aIn There Is a vacant chair In the DeLand T.Iephen.IS7.. Jacksonvllle, Fla. Send for Catalogue, to
rUn library, and feel assured that Itr. Cocoa and Rockl ; '* sell patronized as the books are the week, ce-mbining pleasure \\hb business never never take hill seat there -- -- FIELDER & MOWER, ;
,..t, ,'huice selection. and shaking hands with! his wanfriends. again-as a bachelor. He has gone over
to the noble army of martyrs. laud "VV'nn.'toc1.-: nn.: U.nrBl Mouther Afrmt; I

4 i Cavicees: : have been quite the thing on boxes of orange luck, prosperity and happiness to him. In section at once to cell ataJle' YOST WRITING MACHINE. Denier in tllllce Typewriter Supplier
:4; Math lately, and it Is no unusual Between *) and 40 this point one day good.k.deeslers every ; no peddling l ; experiemunneceuary for all Machines, c.b: i I., tee the young men start out were shipped from the bent aide line. (75.01) a Books! Write u. foi lrlctJ. on what you newl
";i then and wheels for a day's this week. Orange groves, where -Do not forget the children's entertainment ; KUKU: A )MOWEB
+ guns has been given, are at the Opera house to-night. month. Salary and expenses or large Atlanta. (ia
$ort proper attention better than the most san cammimiion made. Address, with cen' No. 0 Wall Street, Klmhitlt Ho"....

tol: U>ble, one : Smyrna's"Met looking anticipated far after the free**, of tamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap
visitors, took dl sereat the hotel gulne Craven's Indian River Band sell and ilanufattuilux Company, Cincinnati -

Sunday and proved a pleasant and last winter. give a dance and. supper Further on particular DM31s Ohio -- JOB PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE.
""w-mforraed guest The Colonel proud- Kiitertaliiment.vited. (Xew"ear'a Eve) --- -----

''toast of his 84 years of life and hopesyap Christmas next week. K
New i Livery
the century. We sincerely hope Smyrna
asses> get his desire. Presbyterian Sabbath-aclrool will\ The riant Hteaninlil! I.Ine.Cal't. .

--- have Tire their well Christmas Tuesday entertainment evenlnlr with at 7 W. Howes, of the steamer M\ Planters !
on Stable .. Pineapple
and
tree In- Reid -** *4 -
St. Lucie River. o'clock.. The public are cordially cotta and Head Carpenter C. II. ,
of the Plant Steamship Une, accompanied
Mr. E. B. Fitzgerald uv
*'I. bate been having some real win- Titus ernment by Inspector of boilers, arrived In C. I.. DOIIN.I "I'l'iotOl'. orKiE IDTOXICE n .
t In
r?> weather lately, and we are glad toes Temperance Lecturer Titusville WednewUy. for the purposes
I have control of a Choice Lot of ---- ----
take a change now.Th'Rn. Ulle.vunri. of Inspecting tin steamer St. Lucie,

Mr. Fripp, of White City owned by the Indian River Steamboat Hacks Meet All Trains. Suckers
*
kid divine! Waveland the com They are still in town awaitIng Smooth # Caycniio # Pineapple
service at Jensen and Deraaree
'd Beaucbamp turner InntrueUoas from Mr. Plant,,
Stuartl last :Sunday. temperance who may purchase the shot steamer I'awengcr and baggage transferred to yOU SALE by the 1011. !,fIO, 10,000 or 50,0ii Special prken on (Urge orders
.,Capt Renj. Hogg left here Sunday af- Saturday laat. Mr. M. f. I'lant had a cursory glance at, all parts of the city and CoronadBeach. guarantee i them to be true to name tir t-cUM plants and In good order.TlioM .
"'IIUOD for the Bahamas with a general rrelbywrlaD : the Indian River Steamboat company' Call on me before perfecting; cooUmplatlnK planting ran MV money by calling! un ut corresponding

tri tennis") Th. captain's wife and Master afternoon and M steamers quite recently hut did not tell arrangemenU. with m. before. pureb-ssing.

accompanied him this trip. and 'was } I the AI>VOCATK Ws views respecting SEW: SMTKXA, FLORIDA. GEO, H. WRIGHT Orlando, Fla.I .
very g
Ire told that Mr. E. GlaUch Is Bred, them.
'>*riag t,, build a very nice! little cot- Hoar loibl<<

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE DECEMBER 20. 189$.



TWO LIPgLONO LOVERS. "GREATESTON It now turn out that Burton, the 1 In ha been levied upon laid property of stated baa ease been, which levied said upon writ said of attachment property of therein said ALE: NEAR ?,?' :? t.itl

EARTH. said defendant In the above-ctaied defendant In the above stated cause, aa anpeanby
comedian Is not the of ClulleJ NEAR &
great a
occupant
nald writ and br theI'II'COrd
A h.u. as appear. by said levy endorsed said levy endorsed on TAYLOR
re Overheard I. the Street A. Dr.Miles' ..teraU.. er"." neglected; !grave, but Is snugly ensconcedIn writ and by the record of the notice of of the notice of ..1011.9) and description '
were the Old (:_..4"_ of said. property levied upon, recorded by the (8uoc.lIIOl'I to John hicAlll.tel
a beautiful little plot In Greenwood aid levy and description( of said property -
Court
Clerk of the Circuit
Tired by a long day' work and feel Mr. H. T. osldwe r.rdt.7.1
Is book-keeper la levied upon recorded by the clerk of Florida In the lien booth Artesian Well
ing a bit "bine" over torn matters the Flnt National Bank of Fulton E,. cemetery Brooklyn. the Circuit Court of Brevard county Michael F. Dwyer and all persons Interested, Contractor

which bad gone counter to my hope, I became no poetooR ran down.In My f deep Florida In lien books And you, the saitMichaei i are stated hereby on the required ant tn Mnmtay apiiear In In January said soft, drove A. 1>. EAU CALLIE
through STATIC CITY
** or OHIO or TOLBIW ,
was walking down Broadway one night and worry that I felt pure I would DA com t 18, F. Dwyer and all persons Inter taw! being the sixth day of Mid month else FLA
last week on home. It rellnd to op 'would LtTCAO COUHTT. ( ested to in judgment by default will be taken against you
my way was my position I 11* are hereby required] appear
awake JfR'h Frank J. makes oath he Michael l r. and each, every and
long, and It took but Cheney that said
after 10 o'clock tItUatie said above stated the tint Mon-
and the down suit on r"'I falling In said
town Is the senior partner of the Him of F. J, >eV nna Interested to appear| HODGES & GODFRE"Manufacturers
ctreets were almost deserted day In January A. D. 18M, being the Court In said cause, and such proceedlnm bad
Ai I turned Cheney A Co., doing business in the 11th day of 8"ld month else Judgmentby therein. by law Is tn such cases made and pro
through Sixteenth street
City of Toledo county and state afore- vided.Witness.
I noticed an old lady and an older said and that said firm will the default will lie taken against you, the I the Honorable John I). Broome.jndire.aa of
gentleman pay sum
I aid Michael F. Dwyer and each, every also I A. A Stewart, clerk. and the sealof I
walking slowly arm In arm. of one hundred dollars for each and and Interested failing to ap ..il Court at the court-house In Tltusvllle.Hrevard
evidently hatband and wife. Ho was every cane of catarrh that cannot be I alll said persons I.I said and such County Florida, this, the lAh day oiSeptamlr Yellow Pine LIIDI&I
In Court cause ; ; &
pear .
cured A. I Iff*
apparently about 70, she perhaps fire by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure proceedings had law I Is In '
A. STEWART,
A.
FRAME' J. Ciirxr.r.' provide
,eau10uoger. such cases made and Clerk Circuit Court ROUGH A DREMED: : ,
TbeYleemed very* fond of each other. Sworn to before me and subscribed in Witness the lion. John D. Broome. Brevard County Fla. Orange Box
Heads
There was Just the least little inclina my presence, this 6th day of December, judge, a* also A. A. Stewart, clerk anJthe Minor !. Jon., [L.8] ,
tion of tbe head of each toward the other A. D. 1880. A. W OLKAHOT' seal of said Court at the court-bouse John Hartrldire Fnlt t',getable Crat,

and they were strolling long so [SEAL ] Notary Publlo. In Tltusvllle! Brevard County, Florida, Attorney for Plaintiff Lnmber delivered at any part of Indlln

lowly u to suggest the thought) that Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tAken Internallyand this, the lnli day of September, A. D. ep2o dec*) ply C. R. Stewart, I). C. on Ing three building h bill on or the lading Easf Coast. Anyone 0 tbm R" '
their acts directly on the blood and mucous 1805. write for nrlres. The Sawmill is7tid'ifJ.
pace was regulated not much |
the infirmities of age as by to the desire by surfaces of the system. Send for A. A. STEWART, ., T. & K!. W. R,., a miles south of'i 1'alata\ ok,
testimonials.
Notice.In .
and pleasure of being alone together. F.,J. CHESET' A:: Co., ,, Minor S. Jones Clk. Circuit Ct., Satsuma Hights, Putnam co.,F
They were talking earnestly.It Toledo O. John E. Hartriiige, Brevard Co., Fla.Atty .
had rained earlier in the *. for Plaintiff [L.S.j] the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial
evening :jy Sold by Druggist, 7c.:; C. R. Stewart D. C. Brevard Florida:
and the sidewalks were till wet BO epJtMlecJO:! By Circuit County W H, GLEASON & CO
W. T. Wlichtman and John 1
that I had
pot on my robbers before '. [ O. Christopher, copartI I ,
leaving the office. Consequently my approach I B.;. b.ar uwau. There Is Rome enormous Notice.In hen under the name and I ATTOIINEYS LAM
was nol eleM. Just I overtook attend me up Duelneeelcould syndicate to secure control of the lead- ..1"or Wlichtman and 1 Notice nf Instltu- CASK
as to shoW blo Christopher, Lion or Suit uy -
and pasted tbe old people tbe man turned connection m.tUL'I.t.J. : Kmr trotibU, Ing theater In every Important city In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial 1 I Plaintiffs. I Attachment. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS
to his wife and said if in heaviness about the stomach, and pains In the United States. V8. J !
as answerto different Darts ofm body Iwasalso much District, Brevard County Florida: Michael Dwyer, f AMINED AND
Home remark she bad wade, "Dot reduced In flash 1 was persuaded to try Richard Mansfield has not announced Henry W. Caldwell Defendant. PERFEt TEn

my dear I like to think God sent yon to Dr. Miles' Restorative Nemne.I and Charles C. 1 F. DWYER, the defendant: In the
an addition to his "new repertory" for MICHAEL I .;, cause, and all persona Interested ABSTRACTS
me.
uggl 6indgog a trial bottle from a local more than a week.Walton's Scott copartner8under will hereby take notice that the firm FUKNISHED AND I
From a lover to his sweetheart or resuluqnlckly followed. I the name Notice of Institution of Wlghtman and Christopher, the plamtllTs In SURVEYS
then procured a dollar and by tbe time the above stated cause, have commenced suit OBTAINED
from of Suit
a young husband to a wife : al'I firm and style of by
young I had used this up 'I I In the Circuit of the State of Florida. Seventh
the words might have sounded sentimental am now on my ird bottle and am able to Rapid Calking Machine, Caldwell A:: Scott, Attachment. Judicial I gI: In and for lirevard County Defective Homestead and Pre-Emm,

and would certainly have seemed sleep I soundly and eat regularly, something .VOO, $10.00, and 15.00 each. In us. Plaintiffs.VS. by writ of attachment against the lands, Entries Corrected and Perfected
could
not possibly do before taking and chattels of the said Michael
,
t tenement goods
your
commonplace bat from a husband of Nervtnf. 1 am DOw/uUyrecnvered.anddonot by many of the principal boat-builder F. Dwyer, as defendant, named In the above Claims adjusted before the Den
three score and ten to a wife of 63 hesitate to pronounce Ir. Mllee' Restorative In the North. bee pamphlets and testimonials Michael F. Dwyer, stated case, which said I writ of attachment therein ment at Washington.Correspondence .
they Nervine the greeted nertint Oftu..." Defendant. has been levied upon said property of said solicited.
bad a weight and dignity which: made Fulton Ky. B. CALDWELL the defend- defendant In the above stated cause, as amwan
them sweet to pear and wholesome to F. DWYER by said levy; endorsed on said, writ and by the, EAU
recall Dr. Mllee Nervine Is Bold positive Walker Whitenide the MICHAEL the above entitled cause record of the notice of aaid levy and descriptionof GALLIE, FLA.
I guarantee that the Brat eODw1tl benefit. exceptionally and all persons Interested will hereby property levied upon recorded by the Clerk
Here was the whole story of two lives All drugglsa.ell it at it.6 bottles for IS, or talented young tragedian, I I" to have an firm of Caldwell and of the Circuit Court of Brevard County, Florida,
t will of take notice that the and the said Michael. F,
In lien ,
price the book yon
toM in a sentence. Here was the answerto & the B3SbSMtfttK& iso other New York hearing as "Hamlet" Scott, the plaintiff In the above stated Dwyer and all persons Interested are hereby Pineapple, Orange and Leinij

them the it old question about marriage. For Dr. Miles' Nervine *:2=t1a "The Man with a Past" In which the I cause have commenced a of suit Florida In the Seventh Circuit the required first Monday to appear In In January said suit, A.above D. 1K96,stated, being on Land For Sale, Cheap

was surely a divine .ucce &. Holland will star wa written by the Court of the State the sixth day of sail month, else judgment by
Here at leant was proof that the writersof Judicial Circuit In and for Brevard default will be taken against you, the said Mich I have for sale 80 acres of

fairy tales and of old time novels Paultons, author of "Erminie," etc County by writ of attachment against sal Interested. F. Dvwer, and to each every In said and Court all persona In,said land on St. Lucie river, a few pineand mile 'h
falling appear
spoke truly when they said that "they The Fire Boy Born In Chtoafo.: Many manager think that a pantomime the lantis tenements, goods and chattels cause and such proceedings had therein. bylaw low Eden, 40 of which being northd
were married and lived Alexander Beaublen doesn't look of the said Michael F. Dwyer as defendant Is In such cases made and provided. quarter of northeast quarter of
happy ever aft revival would enormously if sect
much like the proverbial oldest inhabitant pay named In the above stated case, Witness the Honorable :r't 1) 'seal I 18 township 38 south of eii
er. -New York Herald two such men the Foxes could be therein judge as also A. A. Stewart and the range 41
a attachment
but he has the honor of that position which said writ of of 1I1o\ Court at the court-111m. In Tltusvllle, the other 40 is the northeast guar
in Chicago's circle of early settlers. found. ban: been levied upon said property of Brevard County Honda, this, the 12th day orSeptember of southeast quarter of section
KOREAN CURIOSITIES.All said defendant In the above stated cause ; : A. 1;. ixttt.
Doanbien is literally part of Chicago I, all by said levy endorsed on saltwrit A. A. STEWART, township 38, south of range 41 cast

the Tool. Made by Iland mad Native His father John B. Bennbion came to The record of remarkable cures effected appears and by the record of the notice of Clerk Circuit Court, The above land can be bought for

Iron iMd. ( the lake town in 1809 accompanied bya enables us truthfully to nay that said levy and description of said property lirevard County, Fla. per acre. It Is suitable for ploeaji(

Frank O. Carpenter writing about brother Mark. Tin'y had been rearedin Hood's b.irnAparllla Is the only true levied upon, recorded by the clerk of the Minor 8. Jones, (L.S.J] orange lemon or lime growing,

the peculiarities of Korea suys among Detroit and made the change of location blood purifier prominently In the public Circuit Court of Brevard County, Florida John E. partridge, Will be sold In lots of 40 acre fj

1 other thiiigMi that they might deal with the Indians eye to-day. I in the lien book; and you, the said Attorneys for Plaintiffs. cash. This land will soon be worth r

"One of our ponies had to be shod here for the American Fur Trade Hood' Pills the best Michael F. Dwver and all pel'lIonalnter- s 'I>JOlec20 lly C. R. Stewart, D. C. per acre.
are family cathartic to in Apply to C. II. Walton
ested are hereby required appear AnvmA
and ,
another time we put shoes on the company John Joot Ahtor'l concern. and liver medicine. harmless
said suit above stated on the first Monday office; or to Robbins A:: Graham Tin,i
bull
winch carried the bngKiige. The John B. Beanbien to k up a tract of reliable, sure. In January A. D. 18'NI, being the Notice.In villa .tf
wan first thrown to the land extending from the hike
pony ground and went to sixth day of said month, else judgmentby

his four IcgriMere tied together so that what is now State: street and bounded The coming season of grand opera in default will be taken against: you the the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial

he couldn't possibly kick. north and south by the river and Madison New York does not promise to be half so said Michael F. Dwyer, and each, every Circuit, Brevaid County, Florida: Notice.In .

"Tluu the blutkHiuirh pounded hoop street respectively. His wife was brilliant as the last. and all persons interested failing to ap- The American Grocery -

iron shoes on his fret with a rude iron Jomtte Le Fronboif, a half Indian and pear In said Court In said cause and such Company, orpnratlon the Circuit Court, Seventh ,'lute:

hammer. It was the name with the bull, the couple had 11 children Alexander Nowadays no portion of an entertainment proceedings had therein all by law Is In State under. of tie New, Laws Jersey of, the 1 Notice tlnn of of Instltn-Suit' by Circuit lirevard County, Honda

though one man had to sit on his head Beanbien is the oldest of the five that get so few laughs as the Inevitable ouch cases made and provided. : tllf.. } Attachment.VS. Robert W. Simma )

while he WHO being shod Tbe iron still live, and he will be 74 years old burlesque on "Trilby." Witnesd the Honorable John D. Plaintiff. Notice ot Ices
as also A. A. !Stewart Michael F. Dwyer,
Broome judge,
seemed to be very good;: and it comes Jan. 33 next Defendant. VS. r'tiitlou sat SUP 1
NEURALGIA curd t Ir. Mile.1 PAII clerk and the seal of said Court at the
from the mines in the northern part of "There are five members of my fami- Pui."One cent done.:y At all druggiateplaster's courthouse In TitusvIIle Btevard Coun MICHAEL:; DWYfcR, the defendant:: In the Michael F. Dwyer, J I Att.icliineiit;
the I cause, and all, persons Interested Defendant. J
The still
country. tools of the countryare ly alive"said Mr Beanbieu. "Tbe ;! will hereby take notice that the

made of it, and the farming tools youngest is my brother, William 8. her.!) American I Grocery
are very ingenious, the three and four Beanbien who ban been<< bore CO years Sale. A. A. STEWART in iu the the alcove(Irciiit stated ourt cause nf the, lias State commented of t'l..rlola.lt a suit>v' the above entitkd! ,m'

pronged hoes being quite as good as without ever )leaving be confines of this Minor S. Jones Clk. Circuit Ct, nth uIIo'lal Circuit in and for Hrevard
anything we have in America. They city. Mrs. Keenan cl.ilms to be the first UNDER Ia;. and: by virtue of a ilorrra of fnre- John E. Haitridee Brevard Co., Flat ty by writ of attachment against the lands., take notice that Robert W Mmm 'I
anil Mtle iHDiieil nut of the circuit I tenements, goods and chattels of the said Michael plaintiff in the above stated i'aunth;
were making tools( In thU blacksmith's white child born in Chicago having court for Kntvard. countv.on, the tfth day of Attys. for Plaintiff( [L..S.Jep''OdecL'O ] F. I Dwyer as defendant, named in the almve ..
I chop, and all the tooln mid plows are first seen the light of day within the Novemiwr A It IH-in, In pertain .can, tiaerrlndelamdiugwherrlniemge By C. R. Stewart D. C. stated cane, w hlch said writ of attachment thereIn commenced a suit In the (ircuit I MII,
F. failiUwm In the has been levied upon said property' of said of the State of Florida !Seventh luili i
made by baud. picket lines of Fort Dearborn on Feb. laintlnsnd Illium II. lxx-kwoo l sal ( defendant: In the atmve stated cause, as amwars CI -uit( in and for Brevard ( norm 10 I
"The blacksmith bud a rude bellows, 14, 1833: continued Mr. Dtunbicn. i 1 lotte: UN'kwiKMl are the ilefttiiiluntii l I will nat by said levy endorsed on said writ and by the.: writ of attachment againitt tin Inti!
milillo unction In front of the court house door Notice.In record of the notice uf .1I1I11"v) and description
which wan worked by a boy who stood "This would make her alas the oldtvt at Tltunvllle, Florida. during the legal| hour of of said proierty levied clan, recorded. by the tenements goods and chattels >' .1!i
on a seesaw and by moving up and woman settler living at the present ...11', uimn the tint Mnnilav.. In January. A II Clerk: of the Circuit (ourt of Hrexard Count said Michael F. Dwyer. as ilvmoiiri
down lest, tii the highest and. brat blililor fur cash the the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial f Florida In the lien bonk; and you, the said ,
pumped the fire into a bliuo.:: In time but I claim both honor for my following de.ertlel real "tat-, situated In the Florida Michael. Dwyer, and all |>ersons interested named in the above stated I sat 111111
other plates snw bellows) which boys sinter, Mrs Ellen M. Rohiiixon who muntvet: ltrevardand State of lorlila, tn-wlt: 1 strict, Brevard county, : are hereby required: to apiiear In said suit above said writ of attachment thereu, has 'ei
worked born iu All of lot 31 of block 4, acconlinic to the plat nf Alabama Coal Company, \ stated on the flirt Mouiluy: In January, A D. levied upon said property of said 'ItIon
by pulling stick was 1825. lie'ween
in
a and out her and the milMlivUInn Ion VI, W and O! of the reconleil under the I Notice of In- IH'ni icing the sixth day of said month else
ant in .
like that of a squirtguu and everything Mrs. Keenan there is aim another sinter plat nf the village of tau Oallle, Situated. a corporation judgment by default will be taken against you the above stated cause a appeal'
is rude in the Mrs. P In section 111. tnwnnhlii' 27, south of range 37 laws of the Mate of IaBtltllt 1 Ion of the said hi hael F. : and each, every amiall by said levy endorsed on said writ an
extreme Margaret ibiiicon. who was ant, nr an much there as may l>e atifncitmt torealize bama Plaintiff. suit by at- persona tlr.i. to appear In said:I by the record of the notice of ,ah! l lei
"Sometimes horses are shod by being born in Chicago early In 182!!. "-Chi, the amount line the couip.alnant) principal VS. tachment. Court Iu said cause and nu bb proteedings hadtherein and description of said levlt
and Interest, and also the costs of suit etc. as by law Is In cases iiiaile; and piopert
strapped up to poles so that only two sego Times-Herald. I). L. OAULnEX. Michael F. Dwyer provided. upon recorded by the Clerk of tin of their feet can rent en the ground;: Defendant j Witness ht Honorable John D. Uroorne cult Court of lirevard Countv FloridIn
dere-jatu9 Special Mauler judge, as ", A.: Stewart, clerk, and the sealof
and the band which goes arouud the The Negro Faithful j F. DWYEU the defend said ourt at the cnurt hnuse in Tltusville, the lien book; and you, the'liaiti Mid
to Ilia
belly holds the horse up while Lets Trust"E. MICHAEL I above entitled cause and Hrevard County, Florida, this, the l.'th day ofbeptemlMir ael F. Dwyer, and all persons intereste
"Roxbnry Gazette.A J. Tinkham of the Second National Notice Interested will hereby take A. D. litlO.: are lie'-etij required to appeal 'u S.'l

bank said a "burned outer note that the Alabama Coal Company A. A. STEWART, suit above stated on the first Monda( ) i i

Lake ft Dolling- Lava. "bad au odd experience during the big In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit o a corporation the plaintiff the above Clerk CircultCourt January A. I). 181Mi being tin' fire. When it became stated hal commenced suit in Ilrnard County Fla. of said month else judgment ''M ''ielani
Mauna Lou, the gigantic Hawaiian evident that the .Florida lirevard county, A. D. IS'15.! : cause a ,
volcano ban two bunk was doomed he went to the safe WllleS..ell, the Circuit court of the State of Florida Minor S. Jones, (LSj will be taken against yon tin v>i
craters or openings, peeked (000,000 in vs. i 7th Judicial circuit In and for Bievard John E. lUrtridge Michael F. Dwyer, and each, even mall
one of which Kilaueu is the largest a gripsack, and bail i Hurt. A. Camnlre and Cora} Hill to caned deed.L county by writ of attachment against Attorneys for I'lalntiff.sep20dec2o persons Interested failing 'I" 'Ipel)
active! volcanic crater in the world. The ing a punning negro told him that he ( aumlrahlii p Xlf' and C. R. Stewart < ,
Wallace W. the (lands tenements guts and chattels By 1) C. in said Court In said cause, m< u(
wouMh'e
mountain is 14,100 feet high, and Kilanea the him 11,000 if he would get apiiearliii' yrinnbcr; by the Sworn bill of complaint of the laid Michael F. Dwyer, as defendant proceedings bad therein as bj law ma i
satchel the
f is situated on the eastern side to Milwaukee station. IT :/ 11) slows cause that the defemlantii. named the above stated cl\lle. such cases made and provided
About 4,000 foot above the jt'vl'lof the They bocanie separated, and Mr. Tink- Hurt A.
iiea. This marvelous crater is really a ham reached the station by means of a a. lf.., and or thetttatenf Wallace W tlnrlila.MtKliulxir and over are mm the reebdent age ha been levied upon aid property of judge as also A. A ntewatrclerk .

vat lake of boiling lava which rices aud tugboat. He found the negro waiting Mil year,and that aaid ilrfen.lanw, Hurt A. said defendant In the above stated cause In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial and the seal of said I "urt o' "'

falls for him, paid him the 11,000, and a Caxmlre and C'ora C;ramulre rmlde In Kanna as levy endorsed on said Circuit Brevard County Florida court-house In TitusvIIle Hrevard' 'UII
the and 1 :
continually by action of subterranean City, mate of Aiirn I '' orb. Wallace W. Mo.tlmlwi trdrbih .
fires. In few hours later had the money deposited lu Springfield, Mann and that there Ian r record of the notice I of Charles Nouuey and Frank ty, Florida, this the 12th: day .'i vpten
totisiug to and fro
ia a bunk in Milwaukee. "Chicago jiennn Iu the tttate nf t:lorlila service nf aauliniena said levy and description of said property Nooney, coartiu>rs under her, A. D. 18\);.
like a troubled ace of molten metal tbe nhnin would bind said df.. the fine
upon nd levied upon recorded by the. clerk of name and Notice nf Institution STEWART
lava is dashed against! the cliffs and Tribune ant, It la therefore union! that the defendant.. style of Thomas'Nooney nf suit by A. A.
Hurt A. (1...", Ire and ('nra C. (amulre, hi. wife, the Circuit court of Brevaiu county lit lkos, } Attachment MinorS. Jones Clk Circuit < <
hardens there In the form of long, gliwsy wit W ..na.... W. .MiOinlwr Iw rtMiiired| to al"| Florida In the lien book; And you the 1'Iaintlffs:' John E. Brevard i '''.
filaments, gigautio knobs miniature Ola In HU Root. |pear and aiinver to miiiplalnant'a sail bill of aid Michael F. Dwver, and all persons vs. Hartrldge ...
complaint, on nr before the dth day nf Michael f Dwyer, Attys. for Plaintiff. i L
trees and iu imitation of leaves Just outside of the Grand Central depot .... J.nuarYI Interested are hereby required to appear
gram IKM, nr Bald bill a III Iw taken Defendant. eep20: dec20 By C. R. Stewart I II) '
eta a reporter met an Adirondack guide ci"tlaitantailoaed. to ptocved eX-I..n. ..lth In said suit above stated on the first ICHAEL: F. DWYER, the defendant In the

Another form of glassy filament to lout night. It was the guide's first visit bin said raise.Itlefurtteronlerelthat, this Monday In January A D 1806 being the 11I above stated cause, and all persona Inter.

be found along the shore of this fiery to New York and he bad a little pieceof publlnlied,"" each neck acoloyof for four conwcu-nrdeilie bth day of said mouth else judgment by or Tbouuu ested,Nooney will hereby lit Sons take, the notice that the finn
Ii\'. weekain the |M>IA. Kivru AUMKATK, default will be taken against the plaintiffs In the Notice of Attachment.In .
lake i is iu the shape of qneer bunches advice that he wanted published. It aaewgalerp you almve stated cause, bave ...
bii hrdIasaidc'ounty'wit aid Michael F. Dwyer and each every the Circuit court of the State of Florldatth
and tufts of lava made up of an aggregation wan based on his own experience "Been ,.,. the Hon. John I>. Hrnnine. Judge nfaald and all Interested failing to Appear Judicial circuit, In and for Brevard county by
of vitreous threads which the natives sloshing around all day," he said "and court, aa well l aa A. A. t court thereof In person aald court In said cause and such writ of attachment against the lauds, tenement the County Court of the stab '

call "Pole's hair Pele being the gosh I but your pavements is hard. It's Titu.rille, and tlw, the seal 31at thereof day of at August the A 1) house-. at proceeding hail therein a* by law I I. ID cowls Dwyer,and a* defendant chattel, named of the In said the above Michael staled F. Florida, in and for Drevard i 11I11'

goddess to whom the mountain is dedicated harder'n trampin over corduroy. I tell A. A. BTEWAItT such case made and provided. case, which aaid writ of attachment therein ha Clement Leasing 1

These glassy threads appear to you my boot hurt me hard. Do yon Howell Tltu. Clerk Circuit Court Witness, the Honorable John D. ant been In levied the' above upon stated said property cause,aa of said defend by said '"s.i'laintitr, V Attachment

be caused by the passage of steam know what I did No? Well, now here 8ul. fir COIuI.I',. (UK.) nov '.MlecW! Broome Judge; a* also A, A. Stewart levy endorsed, on said writ and by appears the record of Emanuel Jose, I

through the molten lava. In so doing ia something for you to tell your friends, clerk, and the seal of said court at the property the notice levied of said upon levy recorded and description by the clerk of said of TO Emanuel Defendant Jose, defendant j in alai "'111'

mall particles in the shape of bubble- and it'll do them good. I went to the Notice.In court house In Tltusvllle, Brvvard county h Circuit c:' rt"0J.rtb county, Florida In suit, and all other persons intervswit' ,
like balloons are thrown into the air nearest tavern and bought a goblet of Florida this the 12th day of September the Dwyer lien and hook all ; interested said Michael l F are hereby notified that a WI1. i'

leaving a tail behind like a comet gin. I poured half in one boot and half A D im required to apiwar.persons In ..ltl.oalt above are stated hereby YOU' baa been issued against "' u''''

When the scene of these miniature steam in the other and then when I had sloth the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial A. A. STEWART litb he day ant of Mmtilay said In January. A D in*\being the on mane your of Clemens property Leasing attached, amounting lo satisf' :h J n'|

eruptions is near a rock or the shore all ed around a little while, they didn't District Brevard County, Fla.Wlllougbbv Minor Jones Clk Circuit ('t., sill be taken 5gaIs.tfoil taunth.1., lbe.5111 judgment Michael by default F. one .ball dullan and forty-nve cents. III N"; *..If I.,1''"'

lOUd and cool surface are found covered hurt me. I learned that trick when I Adam and John E. Hartrldpe, Brevard Co. este4 liwver. and each, every and all t' 'r.ins Inter. you and plead appear ur ,lemur before to the the court dc4ratia l'

with bunches of "Tele's hair. This wa a boy and drove cattle up in Can- Charles. ItkhanllloD..D.I ] Attorney for Plaintiff [L.h.1 cuss..falling sad such to 1'I.lIlItr.appear 111 said bad I rumors 111 ealll berein at the Clerk' omro In Tltn.v'' a'ctnmty ,,r
"hair" ada. "-New York Sun. Charles E. Smith, MpJO-decJO! By C. It. Stewart, D. t. "W 4 la such cases mails and providled.therein as by : and Rate oa the Rule lI.y ID fr'na atl '
was formerly wed in mystic A. D. Lan. being the 3rd fay or said us '
native ascupartnenunder the 1 Notice of Witness, the Honorable John D>>. Broome, fault ...11I1.. entered against you Id h "
ceremonies and of late yean nol'De; firm and style of Institution Judge .. alxi A. A. Kuwait, i'I..rk. and the seal and application will lw iiiaile to tit
has been gathered in large quantities Wby She Wa OCfeBded. A da mad: Richardson [of suit by Notice.In t/sablcourt hrvvanl at the' court house in Tltusvllle I anal Judgment, and your uroiiert) .Jj

by t'UriOIltYleeker.-St. Louis Repub "No, we dou't speak now"said the rUintiffsVS. attachment.MICHAEL fteptciubrr.enuntv A D,Is-A I. lorlda, this the I3tb day sal i to pay the this debt.Itated :3Uth. day of October A 1.L. II

Ito girl in gray. the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial A STEWART, A 8TtW \K I

"Why not!" asked the girl in dark Michael F. Dover. Circuit, Brevard County Florida: Minor B. Jones. Clerk Circuit Court. C.. T. MeCarty, Clerk ."'t' "
Defendant John L llirtri.lir" ... **
blue. The 8. R. Hobbartl Company Brevard to. .hloln. Jt Graham <*
The 016"... Utw*.B Two ........ "Sb showed me her new bloomer F. DWYEU. the defend a Corporatlua as.der Attorneys for Plaintiffs. ILJ] I AU'). for I'laintltr I

Claudius ou being asked what wart yesterday and while I admired them the above-entitled (cause of Florida this taws. of the HUM Xo U-e of lutitatlon sep7ii.let: lu By c, R. Stewart, d...

the difference between him and Klop- and said they were very pretty bloom and all l>ersoDtllntl'relted. will hereby ruintilf. } of Suit by '\\ I
take notice that the firm of Adams VJl. Attachment. AdmliiUtrator'a Notice uf Final Have you seen it ? Seen w hat
stock, replied "Klopntock says 'Thou en I told her that nothing in the world Michael T. ttwyvr.Itofendant.. I
Richardson the plaintiffs In the above : the Walton Rapid Calking Macho-
.
who art my inferior and yet my equal could ever induce m. to wear such stated have commenced suit Settlement "'
cause a in 'a'
,
r. DWYER. the defendant la the you own a sal or row boat dun i
hither and
the
approach to
stooping thing the Circuit Court of the state of Florida, MICHAEL raiu., and all pemma Interested 31r
ground, relieve me of the burden of "And what did she say?" Seventh Judicial (Circuit In and for Hre will hereby take aotice thai the H NOTICE: Is hereby given that on March 2nd, have one on band. It is a great

these dust begrimed nether integuments "She: just looked at my feet and said yard county by writ of attachment R. Hubuanl In tbe above rvnipaay stated a eau tttryoratiua._ has ootumeucedautt the plaintiff a. his" Honor shaft, Minor mat. Anal a. Jones returns. County and ap.fudge saver, and I II patented in the 'tit"States

;' whereas simply say Johann, she wouldn't wear them if aha were in against/ the lands, tenements, good and la the Circuit chars of the\ Mate of MoHila.Bveata of Brevard eountv, for a discharge and wlmfamy: Great Britain Canada, <"> .

come and pull off my boot. "-Ctronik my place "Chicago Post chattels of the said Michael F. Dwyer JadloUl. Circuit, la and for Bravard nf Y sou oft. : admlttMtratluq:" ..fthe estate of it. T.; few of the state rights will be *"' : ,
writ of attachment
u defendant named In the above ..tatedtU'.hleh bunts by ainloat the lan der ZtiL toneoMuta. gooda and chattel uf the said Mirk, L j. reasonable to J'J
BTRER.AJoTi figure. Apply
said writ of attach meat there ael t., t>.ryer, aa def....... sawed ia the above I a.g3 J&IIUII .
Eat B. T. Yob*. ton, TitusvIIle. Fla.I' .















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RIVER ADVOCATE, DKCEMHER: 20, 1895.iTEL 7


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LINCOLN'S ELOQUENCE THE FLORIDA
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RASCALS WHO ARE TOO MUCH One man In Gentr"IlItInd.., a Mr. East Coast Hotel SystemC.

10 THE SHREWDEST CLERKS. 4; Jones the storekeeper' took a LonliTllle _
paper and her" Lincoln went regularly
to read and discos Its content All the
b1 wbkk Tbey Obtalae.dattoetl B. KNOTT, General Superintendent.
tl". T/rb q. n men and boys of the neighborhood gathered .
Fplati and tt
without Ig ---
nit '(dSt > 'Iciuln4il, fyJ wHOTEL there" ", and everything which the Alcazar
Tr.ak. and
,
.0,...9 Woo.-Itmpt paper related was subjected to their

{*k"- keen, shrewd common .en" .e. It was not !ST.Jo. AcntT TISJo.
taken long before young Lincoln became the *. I'. (iKKMuucrr.: .
spite! every precaution by -% > !* Xsi* VV.t I.**, x'Jr favorite member of the group and the Open NoUMiibcr first to :May llrnt. I
) large number of 5l tl.m: and I .
I hotel clerk a r one listened to moot eagerly.] Politic upward per thy.1ST.

roe! constantly engaged in recurk5d was warmly discussed by throe sentry Casino ,

by fraud. villa citizens, and It may be that sittingon AfdUSTlNE.A. .

II c allr WPP01 that when a /, the counter of Jones' grocery Lincoln M. TA\'IOH. Siipcilutrmlent.Mwlnimlng .

I at a hotel without bag. even diqrnsiicd slavery It certainlywas )"NI.l
wives Russian and Till kl.h )Ilitlm.
cannot secure aooomtnodvlert ROYAL one cf the live question of Indiana
POIKCIAXA
be
v he pay in advance, but the at that date. Ponce De Leon

"dt'adbed" not only will lire PALM UEA('H, LAKE ORTH. Young Lincoln was not only winningIn ST. Al'GCSTINK: .

lilt hotel free for a week but in these days in the Jones' lO"1t'f'rYltol' On.1.1.. :Mi'KH\>'. Managers: .
ewei will ecure a loan from the OPEN DURING TIlE WISTER SEASON ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000 a reputation as a debater and story teller Open Junuitrjr to .\|,rll.f. .

' CwctingKentleman behind the dentIS but he was becoming known as n kind .>.()U and upward per day.

' 'deadbeat" constantly evohe ItFxm AV. MERRIlL, Manager of backwoods orator lIe could repeal Cordova

I ticks to "do up" the hotel man with effect all the poem and speeches
ST. AtMUJSTIVK.Hooms :.
not many day ago that a in his various school readers, he could
11'11'.1 only. Open liming Jo\.Lru\r18t..t: \tafrh.The .
1 known hotel was defrauded in a I Imitate to perfection the wandering

Aillfnl manner of a week'i board preachers who came to Uentryville and Ormond

.,ale eof! the cash In the till The he could make a political apeeuh no stirring :' i wt" walked into the hotel lobtajla I I, that he drew a crowd about him A Xllt.II"tI:
I confident manner placed his I r r. t every time he mounted a stamp. The OIK'n DiHt'inlKT to A|
F on the register a* hailing from I r F applause he won wa sweet, and freqneutly $4.(X) and ujm. and) per il.ty.

'1180.i, He was neatly dressed and 1 y he indulged] his gift when ho Royal Poinciana,
smell grip. He informed theft ought to have been at work-so thought t'
red i I I I'AI.M: HKV(1I.It .
that be was a traveling man onlw his employers and Ttuuuna his father \\'. Bs nidi.i, Mann :rr.ipin .
trip to the ooas'I I I It was trying, no doubt to the hare ( January t.i Apill, r

!II, ling men are good customers, 10 I Ii I pushed farmer to MW the men who t,5 DO and III'WRI'II'cnlay.| '

Lw arrival was assigned to a good I ought to have been cutting grace or
Palm Beach Inn I'
i [ get! handed two baggage checks I chopping wood throw down their sickles ,
a. .
| clerk and requested that hisekerr or axes to group around a boy whenever KHM. SnIIIIManaJl'r.: .

( lilt '*D* *or 'ronl the i he mounted a stump to develop II Open| Doctnilivr to May. j
or two he Inquired why hips pet theory or repeat with variations ..00 RIIII upward per day

bid not been sent up to his yesterday's srrmou. In his fondness for Palm Beach Casino '

K. Tie porter was lent for and exLfd speechmaking he attended all the trialsof 1tt'ATCON:!, hupnintoin'cnt. I

: that the transfer company had the neighborhood and frequently Salt:\ \\'aU-r fewlminli:g Tuol
Iit>eIIlble to find it Inquiries were walked IS milt to Dooiieville to attend Sutf ]hut lung, !

I by telephone but the railroad : THE HOTEL ORMOND, court. Fishing f i'oiii Ocean 1'lir.
Ultcoold give no information of the I ORMOXC-OX-THF-HIII< < lie wrote a* well a* made perches" ,

ling bagl\age.\ I Accommodation for 300 lIelltA. bites, $3 per diy and upwards. and some of his production were even --
'fell, I am in a nice fix." said the Open from December until Al'rIl2th.; printed through tho influence of his ad-

rtpeet to the hotel clerk "for all Ayni.n'tON A: PucK, Managers miring neighbors; thus a local Baptistpremher
truck with otAbrabam' The Trunk Line.
one
trunk and I was so Tropical.
rdothei are in my *npLthe -------- -- -- -- -- --
that
thiLDi have gone astray. essays on temperance
he sent it to Ohio where it appeared in
sympathetic, for
Ifti
clerk was very TEL
I nwlmg man without his clothes iaIjtd : jU IL Ij.1.J some"Natiouall'olitlclI.local paper. Another" so pleased article a lawyer on- Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

to be pitied. The fellow man. AND OOTTIIC LS
of the vicinity that he declared the
Id borrow) >$30 to buy some shirts SAX1.NO Indian :El.i'Vor
F1orlda. "world couldn't bent it "-Ida M. Tar. JOSEPH II. DUHKKE, Itocoivur.
out of the
and went
Ius: ties, eta, Located on the .Eau Oallle River, overlooking the Indian River and on the main line or the bell in McClure's Magazine. --
I:dlcwfngvengeance) against the rail- Florida East (;oatit It y llluh-clam coniinmlatlon fnr guest.. Irfe't ,tralua's' park and shell -140111----T t"ITIIio -
i company He even had the hotel track for riding for, ho.hilt driving; and cllflllll"hllr rycllne lawn tennis mutt,sh. s,ting range, Inats for rowing: I snd salt.Ingetabtlnt \. II- psi,. 16.11/ o 29 I .Om.TxhlelneafrrtApr,1A'Ua. -' .""-' /.-' n. .
; laths. etc l'nst and III :
IInh'e
telegraph
express : =- : ; : :
for a telegram to Chicago in- the hotel, which I. within easy distance or the Atla"tlo ocean, where .urr bathing be 111- nttrothala In Holland. . rswlp; xlSxLr-TAlhsu: T.tXr .lam salpm03p .
pay tear . .. Pilla . .( .., ( ,.. . .. ... . .... ..
where Bulged In. Rates : 19.60 to 1560/ I"r "ay. t'lIml.hed cottages, with 1'.n.l.. conv."I....... .r. $"rl" a. 5Oael 4tat .
there to every
at the depot aa containing and 7 rs.tue,112bo and '1SUO iwr week. AdUrcn: C T. "'ER: IIIK: E. ;M.ng'r In certain part of Holland when a .. 1111111I'1'/ 1010. .. . ... .1..lat.. . .. .. .. .. ... IMan. tlOpm' :13111'101
oaks bearing certain numbered think he loves he .. ... 669. II MI It07a .Iluntln asl. 3Mlatn alti
a girl
man I15pu
$ t'l..rhl". I pto
srno young : : Tula 12DIa It Pta. :: 1:; .;. ,:ij"n' .::: S45anu: : :: : :
ii bid been lent to. The reply came ------ --- ----------- ------ --- asks her for a match to light his cigarat .. .... a 12245U20: : .. . . ... .t t that they would look the matter the door of the beloved one' hoine. .. .... 'III" i2ASa II :wa. . .It'l..un tol'rhll.. . ... .11111 :11'1. ... 1110"111
Lnd information the HOTEL MELBOURNE HO FOR BISCAYNE . In 41a I3'J. 19161 . ... 1..reol"rI. . steam I" I'I" IIIUIIIOI1I1
BAY the know
pending the !! This I* done to let parent o5' . It pm .. .
greet had a royal good time at the that something Is intended and if the . : ::: tI.I..I.a"I..I Ar.: :: : :: :
. a4na Ia)pAr .. .14snturd..I.v Iisam: l'w itttato
d In I few day he disappeared MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT visit i* repeated and the same thing occur .. .. . :2Mp: ... Orl.nda . .. .. IutoaW lUll. n.Iola ... .aas41na .
f J ii then dawned upon the hotel men TIlE no doubt i I. left In the mind of ... / .11'11.. . ... ...1\1..110". .. .. . II'W'I' ''' )0Main ....
Homcseckers \\ hen you get .. . .. . ...
5104 IIIWII' A r. Rsrt"w. iv .ft is'' itt II 10.u1.... .
i they had been neatly swindled] by Open all the year round. Good Finn- there Stop at -- the girl' parents, and theylwmedh.te. ... .... ... . 111111' Ar.'I'nts Ch.r..... . ....I.. i ran I'p m ... I. .. ..., .
5 505 i of two baggage check which log, Hunting and Yachting. Rates, ly proofed to investigate the young .. .. .. ... ... Itana "wll.Ar, .. .. ..T.snpa.' . ... l.v."I. ,. Itllll"111. .... ..

[tall; had been stolen at some time $2.50: Proprietress and upwards, MRS C. J. HECTOK.JACKSONVILLESONLY The Lemon City I Hotel t I man' character and antecedent When ::: ... .. .66a 4o I'CIAr.; i': Ar : .:. >TIT1.purtTsm1 sl Ii.i.E.a.:: .. .: : I.e Ix: Tl0pIS. i a'a51.nl i :: : :: :::.
calla third -- --- -- -
liiwgo be
or elsewhere. a time they are prepared M nn. au.1 Thlln II ::11'1' in ... .. .. I'ortT.ngw : : act I' m '1""",. .",11111".
I mother favorite trick to defraud a to give him an answer If his suit i* Tues.anllrl aw'I'' ''' Ar .... her W",. . . Arl lOiaipin w..I.IIII""t.
he I Is Wed and $"t. .. IIfW' a' Ar.. .. havens. l.vIU30'I.' n1 W"I. .nI. Nat
|'II!a dune by means of a confederate. fRE! 'MOOFKOTEt' looked upon favorably, given a -
At Lemon City the terminus of the .
a BID will to a first class house match. If refused, he produce his own s16.Lvisjnmvll.Ar 51141,1, 1..T.WJ ...'" sins ,,. \ sup
go /HOTEL GENEVA. Hack Line on llisiayne Iliy Airy In lust Ar hulerprle he 'Ilia ti9Mq' Ls '.. 4 :Mop lEt :2ni' I.v 0r/1t, .I..A 01MM1a
'noire I good room. About the sec- CfD.t ,r1. rooms, comfortable bids, good table. match lights hi.. cigar and walks away.If :asp Ar IM1rrn I.., 5441. VIIII.Ar! "an \ ..IIIIAr// V/II'I' UcpAslrsuglt) .I.r Iajaaeq
'. fay he will be in the office and <-I1"tp! ,IlhfooMTDItc' ",. I'\I'H"rt: terms reasonable. a favorable answer i* given he steps Arl.tlrau'e I.. 7I's'' r'st'Ar "" 4nop:. 19apAr1.5.lirlmi.v. IusfepArTltnstIlls : I
I'! 't'' n. IY1.. aMpAr. IM''t"I !:! 'I' _iwi: Arsrsm: +rosir we516aLYsksonlieAr
l-k there the hotel clerk will receive I II'IPltrwrl"I'T' aAry! Erc M forward and joins bends with the girl
: Good ] I and 1 I the -
iiTi n"II' .. I .y fishing hunting In 5/Mop 5I6sCYJW'kneltllsAr step 1l11Ia.W. .'... Ts r 5MIt12 ,
|'Iqhone message purporting to come I *U;; tvtuy UOT FlorqGAr. a7tgtaI2ot04Q. ; ttE1T111o(\ 1O5I neighborhood. While the engagement is by no mean a a"I' 1., t4nrord Ar II "Ii 'I : ., I".th' Ar. "ll' t l iii' I.r to..II'"rdr / 4bin
f nba .1111131. i > this 4TpIv I\IlIn.. Ari040s II e.Arilrathurnel.r asp: III 'r 1'11"1 is iv 1IXntacq
well known store asking if Mr. ., .. SIAFPFA 'a.fiJfW settled fact even at important I'
>
U. D{. f
|.i 10 desire the goods he ordered ARTISTICALLY $.ElECANiI.Y FU'Sp I :511E-1' Lemon City Dade OVXOLLV Co., Fl Prop. stage it is stated a* a truth that if, on tell:: :: IMkland Msrm l.r Ir: lanes 5nr1 1'ta0i'ArIaur.rlllrl.r 14q..::/Ar ts'aia is t2/p INq:: I S 2NiAr lop::: Ar Mtis'rs Tarerrs 1: t 5th saw's,
;t
to the hotel The clerk will nat- the oooMion of the yang niuu's third aM"" Ar I."r\l' i.. ii INe II III 41p Ar UI"r.lo I vI 1111..
pip ,,,'lnl Feature of Iuteiaenea : Elegance 6lArtt.I'rlere'Ipl.v Scs.Arlrs'kmlilelr'MMM: Iia.Ar, 1..I.lIrlf ,.. II'WI"
'juk the guest the question and visit, his inamorata offer him a Hucoud _

ell) reply that he desire the goods comfort, and absolute cleanliness, I I I cigar and he smokes it in the house tho Ulttly.E t Itrltye.rrptNOnday.

Ip When the package arrive, there Moderate rates Special rates to t lorX HOTEL )X|[ COQUINA X engagement U never c.nceled.-UodeY'1 eo:" Tr.ln.' 21 end i'rarry thr..lI'h 1''lIm.n 11..II'.t Nh'e ..ing rsrs I..t..n S, w "'ark sad Talups.Trelas .
l LYI'I $10 to f 25 to be paid. The Ida Last Coast Residents I I Magazine. 13 bud :tI-TbrOIlKh.I'UIIIII"n IIl1n. 111"1,1:, rsr.la-laces ( 'lllll.tI.n.1 T.n'lli.
.
t man is requested by the guest to W. n. e'OF""S" U. U. A'KtIU.O.IIt'r.III"I .\',
II. Didn't Haft.Ue ChIP..1
'rlnten"ent. 1'aswnger AlCe..t.
|4U the amount and charge it up in YW RDUIIIJ
ORMOND BY.THE wa one of those unruly yonng-
\ill It doe not pay to offend EDR&'BATHI"GTHE -SEA1 *
storm who make the life of a public
pet whose appearance indicate school teacher a hard one. lIe was Ia Florida East Coast Railway
tth 10 the money i* handed out in f. [ FLORIDA.
He in
the primary grade. came one
it The )
guest now disappear, SItMiM :
: with hands and face.
morning dirty
Ui II'/'rw sa,
trunk i* found to be a cheap
of? /r Ind generally fall of paper while SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are "
JllCkage which has been paid for 20MlESDfBEACHrORAPLAUff5iJNO !! "Johnny" Jacksonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.

ffr hotel] people i I. also worthlees. rlHl Feittam at Coronado: Moilerate Specialties at Ormond. "VeVm :
8K> ...
... .
"Have you washed your face and Tim Table In Effect: 61 h, 111113.South
[ pi telegram and letterhead are rates solid comfort, no ostentation ZJF" For Circulars addiess bonds this morning"
ly] used by "deadbeati" in orb good fishing, good cooking. "
; secure a little cash until __n "No'm. Bound. North Bound.
ready SEISER & YININC Managers "
"? arrive and often "Why not? ti o. o I u.I 1'i.' ..
[ money very CARLETON "Kouo' of the folk i Is home an I NTATIO\N: 2. : ATI'IL'Y. I S..311 11t'1 :iII4i.v ....
Theme work all right for a hotel HOTEL ORMOND BY THE SEA. don't haft to. "Syracuse Post ..:kwr rUiii ltl.:::!10tH a.411- -:-: :. L Y'w ,'.h.. I"alii. f Du. ... .

:"i> ii ilwiy afraid of offending ala --- Ar &T-Augu.tlne. 11_16 ..!'.".! I'I-- : I::: :r.I; "I,:!: d: :. : :JM1r ::: : ; ..
..
these bean
matter., for should Jacksonville Florida. The Land of Libert/. Ar I Units I, Ai 'I

nrt honest man he will injure -, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Traveled huwt (meaningly)-In En- AI.a'rLtka.Mite,?:: ::.,.11ba.I. .. ,... .. -:: : .;hrJeosn.r :.:.:<.:::: : bile ::: : : :: ;:: ::::

J-wel i reputation. While most hOoI&ke rope the custom of tipping baa boon reduced 1., 1455 Mete, 1"4-\ a i.e KAsn .. .. .. .. ryas hit.ArMwund ....
|' it a rule not to cash drafts or x to a system-one-twentieth of .. . 131 I' -. -:: --- I.eYurrl'ierce.. . selai4lac.a. .. ....
Under New Management. I.y Mnllxmrs... .. .. :/It I' .....
P k M I.. .. 1.1 r 'a
or loan IMylms ..ii
money till very often COLUMBIA HOTEL the bill Thus a f I check entitles the I' 6lets.LrKaullell.. .I aspu. 'y. .
kdbeat" will make them break it waiter to S cent 1.raOWCmynu..2lep. 211' 1. s .LrI'.x. . .. ..
It 111h5. . Tlt".III. .. IU/dphill' .. .. ....
Kbeme which has recently been W.lter-YtJII. *ah, but In this laud o' I..U.III.. .. .. 415..WI I' : Le "a.w .....)r"... .1. II:I ,W'I'III .... :,
all all the Year. Centrally Located on St. George p ''' '. . ..? ..... .
p4 over the country was for the Open liberty, sob, every ge'men feel free to Lr M.Ilmnra.N y 1.31'1'1. .. I.t. laM: I'll
I
.
I IArunuuud. .
I&aUat' .. tws .p '
ArYortl'Ierv. 5z4p _
to send New York :;;::
by a pack- located Street. tab. Weekly
express gob a quarter, -
>* Coolest and most pleasantly I., W. Jul".r. .... 11II1' . Ar..n Metes._ . ...
i hotel in another city It would hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly ArWI..I..I..h.31'I' .. L sea Mete? .I..IT"P.. t .
Overlooking Old 1 Fort Marion and Park .. .. .;.:.;.:.:.:
Mwly sealed and marked "Value ] refitted and elegantly urnUhed. Ocean and The ........ I ArI'II5i c etpus .
view of the '
full :
and a ::.'. : ::: :: I. : : : :
1. l'elstka. u
r nd the hotel man thinking Elevator. All modern Improvements. rolling breaker from the 1luZ8ll.HATE3fl. According to the Atlanta Journal. : ---
r contained jewelry intended for : : .:>O to "J.ro per day. Edward Atkinson who Is visiting the Ar".&: Augualaw..1 1 fat 1" lu .. : : : ..
Commercial I I.. '. A"II"oth,.. 'III" SI16I'II' ... ... .\
[etet won to arrive would put it in Special by the week and to exposition there told the director the ArJ..a.II.. .1310 131"". .... .

f sf* In a few day the "deadbeat" Men. TEAHEN other day that the peanut, indigenous
M
that the electric car piss W Proprietor
|W; turn up at the hotel, register and Only] hotel to the south, would torn time in the A, & W Branch.
,
:*' If a package had arrived for to and from depotCRAPO future become.* great a staple a* cot _

H& would be told that it wa in & LeVENE Ga, Electric Hell and perfect: .iystem ton seed that the oil of the peanut had hOLTH: JHILM i hairs!( i'lU3h.

f sfa and be would tell them it oon- Proprietors. of Sanitary bewerage. been of great commercial value In the -----itTATUJNK. So |>o'I I NI 210<_ I wrATiOis.-No: f 1i

<>Watches and valuable. The same oriental nation, and would be In the N*. HniyriiaiJika ,'I'1511 0'1 . : .. ...c.ItJ...." fill*
n:t boo of $20 would be asked for United State lIe reviewed the diflicI- .. IliloaIv I :I .I 1 wIA I.' ....n... ('U,, IJ i

the hotel man remembering thee O. II. VOSS. -- tie attending the introduction of cotton Ar c OTlJtue.wea1I.lily_ : ;1 := I' I;, !I.k.11.1.1 t.wsarrtu i'JaW II s 5

package in the .safe would in ****! oil as a staple of fuod and illn

.*aces out of ten band out the coin. JNDJAN: : RIVER: ::I3CTEL trated the strange prejudice existing Train AII train*I n and dll fs,lwt., :,M>
I tlaeet would disappear and when against it by the following : "When :tat gad VM ilaily *.....I.t HunilayTrain .
T RCkage wa opened it wa found to -. /-w: _. cottonseed oil wa wider tho bane of IwlwMn >.v Hwjrrna and lirantf ('It, Jum thin iklljr dent Hun.Uy

for 'Ilue. ; ""oJ< -1 TITUSVILLE, popular prejudice and the law an well I Tl *M Tina Takk. .W.es lit* HIIIM al sill I h Iralui hiss r !::i|*i-ud u,arrlr..ad 4..sit SwumtA.'sS1
.
.. bat llwiratrKaliif ilrartnrr,' nt tli .laKil l 1. nut (Wirabclr au.bss
I'J'U' accounts In hotel are rendered : : -, a Chicago lord maker hiid some I pany d.tatb Iw.lil* Itw..r.spmnd'lr I lot an) labs. ) .'r any i..UM-II.rn>... ..rlol... 'I.........
i, 'u I* impossible for dishonest -- Indian llivor.Tin. bird 'adulterated' with cottutuuwd oil J. It. A IBOTT. J"...I'M K" HAIIU... '.
10 'obtain free living for longer I: -f'fF to Eurojie. It wa pronounced excellent O'1 _'.ro "' ..t. (...'t I'-.c. .'c....

*a week. for they will be requested ;. lard. It was liked so well that be roeived .

[*.' vacate: V-_' a; o. ir. vow a great order fur 10,000 tirrots.

L6 and hit wife, by Placing a rap.' Dot at this juncture he could gcluo oil,

)!1I'e1 case in a hotel safe mantime ....... MAXAOCR.OJMII and wa forced to ship the pure lard. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
:: I it 'off
lt ago, a.a secure over six p The consignee pronounced sam
'"l ';vIDil in a welt known hotel inv I 1 a All Tlie Year. pie,' wouldn't! have it, and the unfortunate -

'= The landlord who had seen t Chicago" man lost a> large raw of Made for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread.

k :u wearing a quantity of jew- money

,"Ulysnpptawd: they were in the U M Ouly a fw ruloutta' FOR SALE BY .

'** "* his iaf. When the guests walk from Hallway *4a- E..I.......
4Tared 11 sod btoamlfKit la*4- I;DW.EII3D STXLXN"GTho -,
tuna
and the package wa opened, a + r "P*, what Is a trip bummer
1art, to be a trunk strap, care- : iog- "It's the hammer, my *on. that your laint Doalor.INDIAN
nntl .
b ks ut tits Ijiunbwr. lartlvuic
c1 On tIM *
and tied with
P .tz1nl.- when she
lave the bang
'' ma w carptt
i'-...., fr toned Ia4lM RHr<<.
-cc. "
hronicle. : I' op a picture. Detroit Free Pres I
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t ,,8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER iO, 1895.



:' Itt SUJ.T or TIII rote In Ilamberg' employ; had been In furniture Highest of all in Leavening Power.Latest U.S. Gor't Report- -

I, store fln"e'Thursday, and a* far as THE ROBBIffiHRAHAM C
be could It clean did not C CPaid
'F' see was ; see
if Simon Jlninhcrg'H 1 I'xainlnntloii.frf ..
,. any excelsior around. lIe had not been
f.il, smoking there at all that day. He only D
'" Strong ClrrnmilntUI KllilinceAffnlnat ". one set of furniture since Ham- VAl8akins Up Capital! 2600000.

t.\i the Accesed.l Jl..ml> r. berg got possession, and he threw the

I and Horner Round hflr In rag with which he polished It outside. LAW LOANS HEAL ESTATE.
,
i H. C. Budge testified that he went to
I', the Hum of .10,000Kuril. llamberg's house to ask his permission LV'V

f to break Into his store Hamberg said We have for sale a large list of
carefu
'. In October Simon ifamborgandJamess what he wanted to save most were his

I U. Garner, of Chicago, exchanged dome papen, which were scattered over lii;* BSOWTEI.Y PURE selected Indian River Properties.
/ desk, but told him not to In, as It was ,
::1 Chicago property with )(r. George U. go
dangerous, there being cartridge In Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
L Humph, of Titusville, for all property Washington avenue, owned by E. H. $1,000; no Insurance. L
there. the fire he Hamberg'
After weft to -
owned by him on Indian lllver comprising Canal and Transportation Co.
valued street
house and search Wager, at $800; no insurance. Hipnard' old bakery Main ,
a* deputy helped
t, store anllItock and furnUhed The Altree cottage on Washington owned by Mr. M. E. Titus, no insurance.
the house and found a number of articles CANAL L.A.1VDS.Florida
dwelling In Tltusvllle a store and stock .
venue, owned by O. II. Altree, valued Lesley: Henakpr'lold saloon on Main
.' at Melbourne, and also one at West Palm which they brought to the court at 300; no Insurance. street, occupied by O'Brien, the shoemaker Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa: Key West Rallwa\r'e>m

1 \ 1 Beach, beside a pineapple farm and an Garner house next In morning.about 630 Hamberg and Capt. Fischer' bakery on Washington valued at $275; furniture, $S3; Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment 1'0?
came Friday morn-
The business at TitUHTllle and other Low Priced Lands.
orangero"e./ owned
avenue by T. W. Lund
Capt. no Insurance.
Ing and arrested. lIe asked Ham-
were
,, was managed by them personally berg about the good found In the house, valued at $800); no Insurance Capt. J. I). Crabb't old saloon, owned by THon.oy: to; Xjoan. lilwcytson :EXnn
,: until the fire last week when their
'.. erty, with the main ,buslnes part prop-of and he told him they came from the Fischer valued at, bottling machinery, stock, etc., J. D. Crabb, valued at $1,200; no Inane At Ten per cent, in sums to tutt.

.I 1I Titusville was destroyed. The fire originated tore; that when his people wanted any The Turner$1UUO; no insurance ance. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
'j thing they took It. building on Washington Colored boarding house on Main street,
In their and
store, the fact that
.
avenue, owned by J. P. Turner, no Insurance. owned by the Stewart estate, valued at Titusville. Florida.
their store and good had been
recently .
The
WEDfERDAT. bottling machinery, etc.,
$1,000()( no Insurance.
1! heavily Insured and that some goods had In the back of this ;
part building, valued
Dr. J. )f. Dixon: testified as to the
been removed to their -
4 dwelling prior to at $1,100( and owned by 11. E. hem'ell, of
I, I the fire, and their action, especially death of Mr. O'Brien, and stated that It Punta Gorda, no Insurance Mr. S. II. Ray lost f2,400-0nlyf.50

& llamberg's, on the night of the fire, was Impossible for furniture polish\ to The old Eaton building on Main street Insurance-by the fire. The rent from Fred S. Chaffoe&J fy r

J" gave reason for their apprehension. Ignite spontaneously, and that spontaneous owned by Mr. Eaton, of Tennessee, valued his two buildings brought; him In $43
t combustion could not In cold
i
After watching/ their dwelling all night occur at 1,200; no Insurance. per month. This la quite loss for Mr.
after the fire, they wore discovered coming weather.
James Goldsmith testified that Ham- Motlow & Wagoner' old saloon on Ray. FRED s. CHAFFEE tI
In TITUSYILLLRegitered
In the and
early morning ,
they FU
1!I berg had offered to give" up Insurance Washington avenue, owned by Mrs. M. Julius Kline II I desirous of returning r
wore at once jailed. The excitement
E. Titus $ Pharmacist.
no insurance thanks through the medium of the
to the losers by the fire If the people of -
wait Intense, especially after the death oft'
I, The old tin shop on Main street, owned ADVOCATE to the kind friends
many
Titusville\ thought he had started it. a
Mr. O'Brien, who received Injuries from A Assortment off
the fire and trouble Peter Fisher, contractor, testified that' by F. T. Budge; no Insurance who assisted him in saving his property Complete
was
averted. narrowly the building could be re-placed for $JKK( I Mrs Eaton's confectionery and new during the night of the fire. I.J

11 The preliminary trial of Hamberg This was the last witness for the pros store on Washington avenue, owned by Several Insurance men have been In PURE DRUGS and Druggists Siindri -,
h ,
T. W. Lund
Capt.
charged with arson, was begun In the ecution. Insurance. valued at flj()()(0); no town this week, adjusting claims-SilasH. I

4 y b. H, Kay, the first witness for the defense J. Ezell, of the Springfield
court house Saturday morning before The Wright; -4 9 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. -- 1G
P building on Washington avenue, -
u Justice Wilson. The room was filled to testified as to stock of goods and owned and Insurance Co. ; John II. Norton, of the

k its full capacity, among the spectators value of house. He said the value of the shoemaker occupied by J. D. Lindsay., Washington A Sun Mutual; Lawrence f We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
'
", being many; ladies. Soon after the beginning goods was about 10500. Books! and valued at $.50; no Insurance. Haynes, of the L. & L. & (}. Co.

t of the trial the wives of Ilamt invoices were offered In evidence. As to A two We are Informed that Mr. Norton has We want trade. Give us tri
tory building 6n Washington I a
y Mr. Lawler's evidence It ; your
+ berg and (lamer were escorted In and was probable claim In connection with hisoccupieavenued
i given su.its within the rail. Judge Jones that as Hamberg had promised the shoes owned by Capt. Lund, and company except that of nam b erg.

and Mr. Keeves appeared for the de and hat as a present, be did not particu $800; no insurance by L. D. Graham Graham', valued loss at Mr. Maurice Goldsmith lost some very Choice Line of Cigar, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfun

fence, and Attorney Ueo. M. Robbins for larly want to take the trouble to open about *.m was valuable heirlooms the fire-some of Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
the store for them, especially an Mr. !
the .
prosecution.Mr Mrs. Deisner' bakery and restaurant them having been in his family for a
Lawler said next would do
Hall, a and Insurance morning as
i agent, was; first called. Ho testified! that well. He opened the safe after the tire, buildings on Washlnton avenue, valued great many years. BR.E3.:c
L. :: Y
at B.Groceries
the total amount of Insurance carried by and found about $166 In all, and all the $1,100, and fixtures, etc., worth $;JOO! ; Mrs M. E. Titus' loss In buildings ,

II unbeig and tamer was $12,600.:! ) books and some other paper*. Ham no Insurance amounted to about $4,000.()(J )

t' Mr. l Ktv, clerk for the firm, was called berg wa getting In goods rather slowly Julius Kline's store, Washington aveR.. R. Pyles & Co. have purchased the Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertiliz
nue, owned by him valued at *: 00 no street vacated by
r and testified that he went hunting with -no so fast as he would consider ne Insurance. > ; office on Main lately ,
busi-
Mr. Ilowell Titus and are doing
< ,
f Mr. Garner on the afternoon tutor to the cessary. The the of Indian River Stock of
; Mrs.: Hamberg testified that she Town Council chamber Wa hlnsr- ness there. I call the Attention of People tomy; i,
l
was
l' fire, and did not return to.th store --
,... t again lie testified further that nick In bed the night of the fire, and her ton avenue, owned by Mrs. M. E. Titus, General sympathy is being felt and {Staple Ac F'lMiey Cri-occriew.., 1t'i
I very no Insurance. Also the town records, shown the of Titusville\ for the
I little had been made by the firm husband went down town twice after by people
money books, safe, furniture, etc., worth about families of the accused. And Food ProductsOf
f tj: after the purchase of the stock medicine for her; that he went to bod
The honing was adjourned until 2.00 about 8i5 p. 03. and stayed there until foo:! or mOl'e. Despite the many Individual losses, itS All Kinds. Also My Stock of
:
Iii? ) Garner woke him. She identified H. Ray's old building on Main III the general opinion that the town will\
in. Monday, when other witnesses some
I I,I\f appealed.p. of the goods brought from the house as street, valued at $1,200; Insurance .750.h. : reap benefit from the fire, as all stores Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Mca!

I The having been bought from Kline. Some 11. Ray's building, coiner Main ht. that will be re-built In Titusville\ will\ be .
: piisoneiHf especially lIam hcrg, and Ground Food and Wheat.I
1 t' ; were reasonably: cool under the circum they took from the store, as the house $1,200 Washington; no Insurance.avenue, valued at of former a more substantial quality than the am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Ii
"
".k'- stances, coil claim that they can explain poorly they got furnished.from Mr. Humph was very E.: L. Brady's store, corner Main St. ones. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. invite. your correspondence and II
all of the circumstances.
suspicious J. B. Gainer, the next witness, stated and Washington; avenue, and stock, val- your patronage. Very truly
4r ,II TUrsnAY.: that he had taken some goods from the ued at .7 :lIiO; Insurance ,4O.; County Clerk A. A. Stewart and Mr. E. L. :R..A.D

i Pioruudingseie resumed Tuesday store for his own use. Hamberg owes The old Pace & Doyle building owned R. F. Hall left this morning for Orlando, -- I
!
moming.: him about $:>,40<). Ho knew nothing by Wm. M. Brown, assignee, valued at where they will\ take a degree In the
I nmi i'nine Agent Hall was recalled, about the accounts, and did not work In #1,500()( ; Insurance' $7\0;\ ; stock, valued at Knights; Templar to-night It was re-

''1i and said that ho had made a mistake In the store; but occasionally waited on $750 I fully Insuied. Capt. R. I1 Paddi- ported that a "hyena" was puton a Day DUREN & FEASTE
,a reckoning) the policies on llamberg's customer son, $100( worth of crates, which were tone man not long ago, and Mr. Geo. M.\

, ''f, c stock, thu total being {11,000, Instead Simon Hamberg placed value of stock stored In the building; no insurance. Robbing and Dr. W. S. Graham accom t
; $1.V:! ;0:>. the above to e
1 > at over flO,:IOO. There were llamberg's store, corner Main bt. and panted them to place, sec
some val'nillhell
L' I' George It. Rumph: former owner ofI' Washington avenue, where lire 01'1(1that nothing of the kind was attempted

: l'' the business purchased by Hambcig and ment. The)paints store, etc.was, In painted shipping about depart-one nated, Insured f:J..VK! ) ); stock and Ilxtiues/ In this else and to be sure that the goat GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Francis H, Leggett & ( n

I Gainer, was next called Ho outlined mouth before the /fire. lIe went down valued at $10,500; insurance $S,:>00. riders got a good shaking up. They will
+ !t the conditions of the trade between himself The Weihe cottage, adjoining Hamall return home to-morrow afternoon.
town twice for medicine and also
got
", and I the accused Ho/ testified that 10100 liquor at the saloon. lIe offered/ berg's, on Main street, owned by Judge Fine Gl ooel ies.

the stock turned OVt.to Hamburg to back with Lawlor to the store but M. S. Jones, valued at WOO; no insurance. -
\ '1 amounted. to $n,2'M: :!' > He had allowed I go .

1 I ", 4>:J,000 the goods for dtpiici.itlou were' eight iu stock,old as someof lie sale Lawler, In said his to trade never with mind.Humph The, was bill\ offered of- The Goldsmith building, owned and EREEHfcEM.WRO.SaYBEAR Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all ki f

/ years In evidence lie identified occupied by M. roldsmith and family,

"r I aid that In tho rude Hamlurg nssumeolItunyli of the goods( taken from his home many as' furniture, etc., valued at 2,00):! ), no In
CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE
s Indebtedness to the amount of surance. -
s i'iM $|", stoie. He did not older ; noInsurance.
oho night of the file He then examined Budge not to -r Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your ciders sodiritedVery 1
enter the stole, but told him he would
t t 4,, the goods found in Himbeig'n: Colored! boarding house on Main\ street 1 '
like to get the papers off his desk. hadnever I Truly, II3VUOH. c 3 ronstoN.
1 home after thu tile, und identified them owned by J. C Norwood, valued at,
but 1:;: could not H 'euhethvi I ; ::, they hadIXPII :I seen Case in his life before he saw
him on witness stand. He had lost
.
taken from" the stole here --- --------- TiB,
01 Treet. ,
lIoml'uf WILItlR S. O. VAM ANDINOHAM: Sw *
about $ >,000( ) in a fire iu Chicago three or I
the ntliiiH down the livei

,1i Mr. F \\". Pope' willan'Iiveil fiom.IMknoinillo four years ago. : IN MIND PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.
Isaac Uampden recalled corroboratedllamberg's i
;
I on M011day, siwa chalice .. t. .. ..
\1. statement as to going after
here anti at TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

'1 to any more once time Inteiposed"btiiijj wasted an objection on for medicine.a lamp Hamberg just before came the to alarm his room was = -_-= THAT I AM NOT OUT OF BUSINESS.Carrying Incorporate October, 1894-8ucc, ...g r* to B. Itaiigon & Co.
1 j such examination the whole testimony
an ,
) as given said the lights out and he Lath and all Lumi 1k
; were Shingles Kinds of Rough and Dressed
was' irrelevant, and could not lie In Stock a Choice Assortment of High Grade k
', wanted to give his wife medicine.
some
used. A lively followed, but his, Kept constantly hand. Also bills and unnnu
r spit on special of Ceiling, Flooring
Dr. B. L."l1s\ testified
as to Mrs.'
I t objection was oM>iiuled. During the; Hambcig's sickness Wines Whiskies Brandies Cigars Tobacco Etc lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and coven and cypress tanks ,01 il> imade 1
Thursday
night.
,
,
i at Mr. Reeves of Mel-
anus ,
I bourne i Also stated that spontaneous combustion as called for. All Kinds Of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Wfltt 0
r. vi ho began on tho side of the tlLf"IIMI" lUail
could occur if paint or varnish came OrdorH Filled Promptly Specialty) One of firm Is '
but had since transferred hits neilces our a contractor and builder of many years' expert* 1

>' to the prosecution, made some le- cold Iu contact weather with would cotton not, effect tow or it much.A. burlap. ; A1; COCOA FLO ID.A. ao i that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the ,'onstriutl 1r

nmk. Mr lope at once scored him for T. Feaster and W. K. Goldsmith and building of all kinds of private and public edifices/ on reasonable ternuhe tn'
the breach of legal ethics. The scoring Yours at Command most Call
/ evidence as to the recent tire in satisfactory manner. and see us before purchasing elsewhere
gave
was nicely couched, and the ladies and
I IIUrt'li i & Fcastcr' store, which tlllltlni Correspondence and Patronage Solicit
others tp\ilaudcd. Mr. Kumph' then .r. D C11A.13n.
i ated from unknown causes In a barrel of
r proceeded with the examination of the .
,
"' insect powder.Julius ----- -- --- --- t
OI.. which towels blank
; fits.! I Kline testified as to Mrs. lIam-

1 tities.Hamberg. !, berg having bought goods fl'ollblm, The "DECANTER." / LUMBER !
and said he was iu llamberg's store the m
U pirparcd: to explain all befoie. the the. and should
Sunday value
this. the stock, without furniture, at $ ,lJOO #### Losley & Renaker
The afternoon session begin with Mr. ,
-- -- )
--
HOliO. And House Mater
or
Humph still on the stand Ho testified Building
that the goods found in Himbcrg'ii: H. C. Budge re-called; stated that THE ONLY LIQUOR DEALERS IN Titusville. -___-
n when he went to search the house
the
house undoubtedly, came from the Ti- ladies told him there were no goods Ue always keep on hand thu following Standard Brands of Kentucky and Sash Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement Nails a
: tunvlite{! stole. The amount was l.ugelvin Western Whiskies ,
t there' but found them on examination.: : Lincoln County, Tenn., Sour Mash, Echo] Springs, Edge a
needs of
1 excess of the the two families. ,
He had not taken drunk.one drink. of \\hlllkey, but water, Belle of Nelson, W. H McBryer and A. Keller's Bourbon' Whiskey. Builders' Hardware In fact, a complete stock of everything re
: At the close of Humph' testimony a was ,In building a Lou8e Estimates furnished s
_
J. F. lien iker wall called, and stated __- > 33 torn; : and: "Wostorn: DCL.
approached / that Hamberg got a bottle of whiskey Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake Wor a
Pope some explanation from him the afternoon before. the tire, Also Domestic and Foreign brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, and Gins,
to him in reference to the Bottled Beers, Ales and Monk A first-class line of Cigars,
1 and I none at night. rr Octagon ,Crates, Tomato carriers, Pineapple Crates.
change of his services In the rase Something t
This ended the evidence and after D1.111.nrd. and Fool Tn 1 10s ,tenses
he said Incensed Hamberg, who argument :> Warehouse at Titusville, Eau Gallie and t

jumped to his feet and struck at Keeves. by counsel, defendant were :7- A Hell" supplied lunch Counter, Meals, etc., to order. Oysters In season G. F. PADDISON
their bond k
bound
fixed
Quiet was quickly restored, however. over being atIOMIU Commodious apartment over our saloon for the accommodation of lodgers. FLORID
$ ( ) each. EAU GALLIE,
Charles Case: next testified that the Z3T" Family and hotel trade i I. solicit**!. Prompt nnd careful attention
11 night/ of the tire about thirty minutes Judge M. S. Jones and Col. Frank W. given to mall orders. LO*>LEY A HI.NAKEIJ, Titusville, Fia. ---
before It was discovered, Hambcrg came Pope were for the defense; and Mr. Geo.
i to the bar, and was very excited.Mr. M. Bobbins and Col. D. U Gaulden for Send the "Advocate" some of your Job C

Fled S. Chaffee testified that the prosecution. Both side were very r

l Hambeig was In bill drug store just bo- ably represented.The Lelaud's Windsor C
fore the tire and was very nervous. Hotel *! Printing orders and you will be satis!

) Maurice Goldsmith and James Gold following Is a list of the buildings, ,
smith also testified on minor points. destroyed by the fire lost week : f
S" j The case was continued Tuesday night e'Th Lund House, outhouses :and I cot. The Leading hotel of Jacksonville, Florida.WARREN d

i IIt in order to hasten matters. Main street, owned by C'upt. T. Y
t'u :
W. l, valued at f 4pOO( ; no insurance.U. $ aaa
1H.HD4Y; 81OI1T. 1C Pjlesti t'O.1 store on Washing

1 Moses Metzger was on duty at the ton avenue, owned blt F. T. Budge no
1 electric light works the night of the lire.U insurance, valued a l,0ti0for the whole

blew tlie whittle for the tire alarm, budding.. The stock of bottling machinery

and about live minutes later turned off ;, etc., In the lower floor, owned by e

the town light Thought It was about Pjlc* A Co., being valued at $500; no

I 10 o'clock. insurance
}
Harry Van Kou *elaar was in furni K. K. l''If'I.t Co.'* old store on Wa.h- Th. tndlan' River I. very attractive at this I ashin .etc Th. l lank :'
ture portion of lUmlwrg's store Thurs lugton avenue, owned by t). J. Norton, adapted to .)neap'l.. r.and. otter IYult.' "uu situated;::: t t'o Aakons. rust north ofhe M'i;
Tk. / ,
;j I day tiling a saw. H* noticed no oily valued at $;.UiO; no Insurance. 5:5'r;; : Per panMulan 5t A ,.t ul R.dre.rR'tM, ruo.outer tlOI'OUlb, tb.property, tasking .nipple.

rag about, and what paints there were, Barber shop on Washington avenue, I AJl Hl'U D. PERKINS. Nsw IU .. CN' k
went kept in an out-building. There owned by S. J. Norton, valued at ".100;

f I wa a little furniture polish In a cup no Insurance. Some furniture stored at

I board under stairway. He had not been the back of the shop, valued at $1.V) and Xmas
Presents 1I
i t crooking In there that day, and bad not owned by S. G. Vanlaudlnghaiu; 110loauran Xmas Presents

noticed the colored man smoking. *. R l 1r

I) S. F. Gray, superintendent of electric Avert Grocery store on Washington DON-T Boy, don't send off, until you see eur .1.500 1t

light works, testified that It was almost avenue, owned by W. T. Avera, no In stock of fresh, new, up-to-date line of Jewelry and Sliver

so Impossibility i for the fire to bare occurred durance; valued at fOlIO Noveltle Ordered especially for Titusvlll and the 1C

: from defected wire; that If fur Chinese laundry shop on Washington Xmas trad.. Will be on sale at II. C. Budge1 store 1C
I nltur fell on wire It would have no effect venue, owned by Bobbin A Graham, Titu vllle,

"I" I j' whatever. va'ued! at *JOO; no insurance Fla..1.VTHO.1"
1
: Isaac Hampton, colored, stated h. was II. J. Brown's old meat market on F. LELAND. Proprietor. JWOS.,

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