Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00164
 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 17, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00164
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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THE EAGLE CLOTHING STOIt1J !'''Titusville, Fla. Fancy and Staple Groceries Grain Hay and Fertilizers.Is .

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the old year **-
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smile .r.t'S8 ,. moanr ,
And every hour y'II w..ry'-'l'm }
U a song. !y--I'm wasting ,
Flower and flake -I ," said he: 4 t"
and cloud and "Will no one breathe.a blessing, on me'"
"Thou old with ..n.nv.whlt.hall"
poor maD *
And: tho winds that'rot! and sigh.
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9ave their work to do ere the dreams : I
bless thee. said a lady falrt"For !
come true thou In thy didst bring to i
rItl youth me ( ;
And Christmas- glows In the. sky. Y N 'i : 'My beautiful babe In Its purity!t" j

A, fhe holly and cedar and mistletoe. 'I 1 1"r "Illess :h"old year!" the young man cried;
when the chill, h
They thrilled nights were I
hl I "In merry spring) he brought me my bride
for' the maiden's glance and the madcap
The richest gift to mortal given :
dance Urought her from tits gate of heaven! "
And thetovf''e' foot on the sill. -.- v"
ftor th& Christmas''mirth the brave pine "Dless the old yearl"! the sick one said f
grew. r.. And gently raised his drooping head: Ir tw
Serene and straight and tall "Its hours are past and shall be
"e deep woods knew In their dusk and from pain from grief, from .anguish tree I"
Sow : '
I When the dearest of.daye/would. fall. Tho mourner breathed In ton.s sadnessi '
,"lilens It. tho' It brought no gladness
fi the beautiful! home onrChrlstmaa comes 'I I lurnc To the home that Is safe and sweet. I II 'Bless U for Its lesson's sake. !I" ;
fHh its door/ajar for the beam of the. Star; I .
And Its corner for love's retreat. i ,"'flees the old y srl", cried the child with. -

!mere the mark,on the Jvall for.the, golden, ; glee:< -*
head I! "In Its merry hours I was happy and free) f' ,
BI BII .Cs higher a bit,for lot! 1 t'I f ,, I It has brought me frollo for.very day; ;,
Between Christmas coming/ and Christmas :j Jr flees the old! year snit passes away)," I }
spedThere's \ I Bless the old 'yearl 'Cone on. and all; t
I time for- the bairn to grow. Answer to his lonely call) r

Our Christmas come with a royal grace, I II Let It so. bo the last sound he shall hear
elB Forget! the ancient grudge!) I r !thaI: echo a hlemilngl TMcsx the old year! ;
t *." the opeahand that must bless tho land. .,, -Lilian Franco. Mentor 'In K.Y. Herald. '

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Jnd: who that "has gifts shall hold them ,
II Santa Glaus' Shop. \i':
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And who that han-cheer shall wait, I The other day I runned away ray;
then there's joy in the sky;! and the 111 I Which gave my ma a shock.- I
things fly, l I didn't get back hum., they say. ,\ ,; \ II."
'And/ the Christ-Child knocks at the gate. Till nearly six o'clock. M'q I tiolJ'.1 j

Vis a beautiful time when Christmas comes I ? Ib, An' then my ma she didn't scold, N," '. s
AU up the street and down .. a Jut hugged me tight an' then r ,
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y.r. hearts alight .make faces bright d She rocked and hugged me till I told YN ; t
When Christmas pomes to town. revl I The places'I had been. ; ',,'
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Vefchbnr and friend In gladness meet An', say you ought to seen her fce ; l
At last, when I told how i I r d dI'd
And! all are neighbors dear.
I OTipn the Christmas peace bids evil cease I surely found the very place 4!
Where Manta' Claus lives ,
now "
f In the holiest'day. of the year. "
I told h.r how I didn't stop i, I/'t,
IIIe fair white fields Ir: silence lie, A-rtinnln' nor turn back J f',,f
Invisible angels go Until I came to Ranta's shop. '
Aver the floor that sparkK'e) hoar An' peeked In through a crack. '
With the glitter of front and snow. An' how he sat there making-'.toys. ;; I
And: they scatter the Infinite balm of heaven : afu's As busy as could be-
Wherever on earth they stray i : The very kind that little boys dy
t :Ami heaven' own store of bliss they pourtin t Got on the Christmas tree.UJookd I
so pale, and tired/ teo 't!
tho earth each Christmas day. f I l\\
f M ," s ,f I thought Iciras ,shame>
"l'tR is n beautiful task onr Chrlwtmas brings Ijrya, r An' say I didn't know, did you 0
For old and young to share That Mania Claus was lamet + "
Pith jingle/ of l bells, and silvery swells An' when I told my ma you know, ,
Of music in the air. the kissed me twice because
E ;'0 make the sod world! merry awhile. sjhe said to-morrow that .....d go h'Atr,{g
And frighten sin away. dt' An' call on ,Bants. Claus. +
:And ta bless us all. whatever befall, r rd N:1 \ # r -Albert Blgolow Paine. In .:>1. Tv World. ; fie,
Is the task of Christmas day. ,
t Margaret E. Bangster. In Youth's Com .t 'y Y
pnnlonj Christmas for the Birds. .
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Happy e. :. Christmas Is celebrated In Sweden to aft'1.1.Ir' { l'S+

I extent unknown In the United States, and,
BletAcd Christmas! It makes our heart. the celebration Is not .
lender It helps us, for the time being at ; or "twentieth dav .Yu ." .A ; "f' s,
hast, to throw away ell shnlBM. It helps us feature! of \the festivities Is thus descry: by'v,
w be. liberal more'..open-hearted We-feel L Mr. Thomas, (in jtla ""Hwedeu: and the R Rwrclesl'

kindlier toward*every one, and'thouannd* f. I & $ ;, '.:, + ,t
ft coM and selfish hearts seem.to thaw out ,, ; .... .One yinfry.fternuon, at Jute-tide, I had ,
eider the influence of the Christmas!season nccnf-kkntlnK! on a pretty lake three miles ;ry ;
s the snows on the mountain side melt 1 Gothenburg. On my way home I noticed-'

B finder the genial rays of tIle sun. The beauty: rP'ld' M.1., that at every farmer's 'house', there was '
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nd fragrance, of, hearts come put'under i erected In the middle of the dooryard pole ; k

J* spell,as the violets and anemone bloom on th"Cop .of which was bound a large, full .
To-day, as ,ve give gifts to friends, let ns U this.?" I naked my comrade t'

tot forget the,God who gave us all, and tlieJjrUit "Oh. that' for the birds, the little wild }

who died to save.IUI",, Let it be a real birds. They must hay- a merry Christmas, v
Uiritrtrna to ':.:-souls, a day of rejoicing onforth ton, you know." JI
and a day of gladness in Heaven be. I Yes, auk is; not a pes ant in Sweden wilt '
woes the Christ of God has come Into our sit down with his children to a Christmas ; '
_rt .-t"nited.,;.Tresbyterjan.:, 'r+' +' t,.bt ; dinner within doors till he has first raised d" i
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I1DVOGflTE not availed 'to Pep the young lover abe had among the pink lamps and friendly shady "Does &tes: Berwick live here)"' He took her' in his arm and answered,
)pf1; # INDIAN RIVER chosen; and she. had no mother to plead for palms! "Yed.>n>, 'but she is not at home." passionately: "My darling I never knew

+', 4 '1, AND HAST COAST C" ONICLB. ter. So she had l never married, then, after all. "That to unfortunate for I wanted to see<< until to-day that you wanted me; it was the
I Dick had been ordered to India, and very lie thought of the bright face of the crowdof her particularly;" doll that spoke."
soon after old Berwick had gone under a* eager partners round the pretty heireu. On business, sir?" Then there was a very complete and
+ ?) TITUSVILLE they say. This time in a double sense for Not one of them all true to the woman when "Yes," aid Dick, untruthfully. eloquent silence between them, till Sylvia
4 ; t I I I FLORIDA. the rash that took his fortune took his ask with her old smile: "Why .Rick.
life her hour of tribulation came. Or,was it because 'Then, if you please air, I was to you looked up
v and left; Sylvia absolutely alone in the world. she had not forgotten him? 'Im 'to 'wait. Alias Berwick will be in directly." you can't mean that you" saw the colonel of
I Society was naturally too busy with its possible. The dolls stared at him as bnKr'' '"So she is expecting some other fellow on the day. of the duke of Marlborough.' What

own concerns to remember the comet of a dolls do stare., The jaunty colonel.* w\t'lt 'bumnoss What business thought Dick were you doing in the Albert ball?"
day.'Dick had been at first sore and angry, everything complete; the dainty damseL'in" as he followed the girl upstairs into a little "I was dragged there by force by a small '
then cynical, over his own passion. delicate eea-blue brocade, :with her liliM'ln' room pathetically pretty with the prettiness tryant-my sinter's Baby Buntie-and I got

p fi The organ played Christmas hymns, the her band.' Tie so dark, she so fair, just?as of tasteful poverty. the best Christmas present of all, though I
; 1 P hymns that, whether we will or no,' take un they had been. . I1i8 question answered itself for there wasa didn't deserve it. ''(3ood old Santa Clans had
1 P back and exercise such subtle magic. Evento 'Oli, the dear little man. Oh, let.Mtfkisshim typewriter by the window piled with not forgotten me"when she showed me the'
the most carelcHij listener'they had a Uncle Dick." blotty manuscript. lady in blue with tbe lilies in her hand.":
'-'_ touch of frosty significance among these gay Forced back to fact and Buntie gt'.}wing Oil the mantelpiece, what A photographhis "I dare say it was silly and sentimental of .
memorials of good"will and kindness;' not restless,' he took a sudden resolution.; ., i fi, own,, No; after all, it was not a photograph me to dress the doll like ourselves, but
towards men, but towards the children, to "Have you had enough Buntie;' Would but a portrait cut from the Graphic sometimes, ,;pick' when I sat here workingat HRI8TMAS *
whom the pitiless heritage of the sins of the you like to go where cake is?" i .* after that affair in the gindra Pass that the them I could hear the music-that waltz, but once a come l'eafy'I
fathers come with such cruel force. "Aretherechocolatca there too?" queried papers had made such a fuss over. 'Sonviens tol!,* and see<< the pink lights justas ''" Well, gosh all
It' 1'P' Suddenly:! Dick' eye was riveted by a pair that small person."Everything There were footsteps on tbe stairs, and they were on the happiest night of all my (C fishhooksWb.! .. \'
} 1, I of immense dolls, and his heart beat ut it ," raid her uncle. the door opened., It won nearly dark but life There \\'nothing left but my dear At had the Chrl t.-i

M rl I, 4 1 had not !beaten for V*;years. "Then Ict'a go. Good-by, dear dollies;I' the firelight showed him that it was indeed past. Nothing could take thnt from me." two.ma'Id*ever bills ask. to pair tel-

, i lNG, OI1T yo belle Or. three or tour, 01
i 'any more 'an what we have to-day?
\ bellChrletma. ; There may'' be some but say, by guml
I I aln't built that
'1 ,Your triad and a-way.

happy atoryl I ., rye got to Bit a sled' for Ned and buy
}9 Ring out with peals doll fer Nan a
of holy mirth. II / ,. Is a r., And books and toys and lots of
; joys
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Tour song/ to all the .I !I: :;! \ ... little crippled Dan
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'ti d listening earth! 11I1,1/1.,/., ,- '" Fer he can't go about, you know,like other
i L ,I Now far and wide your echoes fling, "'" ",1"J..":: ''III. boys, and run.
i i And wake .each laggard heart to sing: I.-' And that Is why we all must try to help him
Iloeanna. to the little Child .ft..
-- have his fun.
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The Lord of Life and Glory I I'Oh .. .. I ,
7 sweet the sound of Christmas bells, -- ,. : ,,: ; .. I And 'Liza-how these girls come up-sh!
And sweet the music of their swells, .., .." don't want dolls no more-
v h Which tell this happy story I I I She's got a beau-It can't be so!-a ck'rkltf
.4 vet rt : '" '' In a store;
l $ God's wondrous gift to us is this '.' .. ''''I... ''. '." ,! IIIIIIIII"' : '.:'/ But after all, she's 'bout a. tall as was her

f+ l tk Dear years Uabe ago on so Bethlehem's pure and holylLon& plains! "' :: '", "" "/' :: '.!\\IIIIIIIIII: I li 'III.III.,,,.,,:'' We fell mother In love-we're when In It yet-lots Uwp-

i'; The shepherds heard angelic strains, .. '''I'' ',I,. er now than liven. rAnd
Proclaiming Jesuit Christ wan born :
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Y Their blessed BonK la ours this morn. \ I' so a year 'at didn't bring a Christmas.
) Hosanna to the little- Child 1/ seems to me,
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The Lord of Life and GlorylOh k II 'Ld be about the saddest thing a mortal
sweet the sound of Christmas bells : I'i.' :. : \ man could see,
And sweet the music of their swells : Ii j i ,: Fer who would miss the Christmas bllgi;
t Which tell this happy story 1 .. '" I ':' ) because there's bills to pay?
Hannah Coddlngton In Golden Days iII :. I ."' There may be some but Bay by gum! I
I --- ,, .ain't built that-a-way
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tan, obediently, lifted up Buntie, who was a ,' /. "' ,
four Pixl an and like golden- 1I'I ".. 1 d
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haired doll herself Ins the latest thing in fitr* 4t ,Iil., ;1, I''. II f fI 'qIII
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' The Albert! hall was very crowded, and, Jonea Why have you given up smoking
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glittering with thousands of toys. seemed a r Holt

very fuiry-lnnd to Hun tie, whose heart was art j, HoltWell, you see it is near Chrititmaij
a wrung with longing for the dolls. despite a and I wa% afraid my wife might buy rosa
the fact that a large family very pale with / 5 lu ,-prIIF' r box of cigars-of Jxer.own choice-Detroit
much kissing, slept peacefully in her gay M Free
i r nursery in Berkeley square Frees.BROTH
( "lint liuntie these are for little girls, who ; JIM..
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a, '"llocsn'tSanta:! Claus come to them, then? li I r i I I IICI The If Boy Had a Heart Blgger'n
I think he must be n uaughty old firm if he { d r it
only uomes to me, and have lots and 1 lots of I Balloon..
t tiling*.". ,< ,IN"i hl Ii 1 I I j jI "Here's th' regaler Chris'mas box from

"Don't you see, Buntie, there are kind I I xjlurt brother Jim" said Farmer Oatley,exultantly .
luilien who remember the other little girls; as he dropped the heavy package to the
and, they dress all thcsedpllioa and send) them floor in front of the grate. "Never knowed

lolanta' Claus in'case'' hi.* supply) runs Jim ter fail 'yit. That boy's got a licart
short." '.... bigger'n a balloon."
"I would liko to send them one of mine," : 1 Boy," broke in Ire Oatley, who alwaj
wild. Uunlio. "It must be so drcltul to have ,qt had a siege of wiping her glasses when
Christmas '' ,,, that box he' old
none.on came. "Why, Will'am an
Undo Dick had no vcry'clenr notion of the as you be."
utter de olntloat'thill .tcrrible idea. impliedto I'I I "That's a fac,' me an'' Jim's twins but I
Jtnby Ituntle-Buntie, who woke rapturously 11i ''IIrr kin never think of him 'cept as th' little!

' on the most magical of all niorniiiKiv t skeezix 'that used ter wallop me when wo
with fuJi rust in the annual miracle that was kid, Cur'ua how that boy turned out.
/, was the. scciu-cst' certainty of her little creed.' I e I II II' Pap utter share say that Jim was too shir
r" Then not oAly the tiny stocking would be less ter live and once th' ole man got a
brimful of delight, but alt the nursery mad he said be gneseet-ke'd just buy Jima
turned into a novel wonder'worldof'Joy.l ".II'1I'h"' ":,;::!! i!:,; : fiddle an' turn' him out fur ter huut hih*

r'4' tot surprises.', lu : ,,, own paster. Jim said he didn't care fur ne

; ." Butt something in. tho sweet spontaneouspit ''', ,, fiddle but he guessed he could flax ','Oa04fur '
>' )Sf,,tbe child touched him and he put .. :""" e iIII1l"! ., .... .""'1 hisself.' an' he did." ''
his handihtw.-Jiiti.povkct, with a sense of ; ''''' '.1'111; ,N .". II"i k':J'' "Yes, he's done remarkable. But adOD't
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compunction that--nl char.11 fate .of those //.1' ,. ;"" '." 8 (; '" seem quite right turn. to take made
forgotten by Santa Claus .'raewr, : been, '''''..;.il...,., ;t 1 I frum him when we give him so little"
I- I brought. home to him. ". I "Don't you worry a minute'boutJim. If
"1 think 1 can show you" the way.. Take I,'",,,.,, \ you didn't sen' him nuthin' but a big ap-
this, darling." pie fur Chris'mas he'd feel a durn writ
Bunt proudly dropped a shining coin ''' better'n If you'd try ter put on frill" .en*
into the chariot of a very captivating fairy :: k in' him suthin' you couldn't afford. I hoc

queen and gazed about her from her lofty ..,,''Ii'' .II ., Jim. He'a tickled a'most ter death wtaa
coign of vantap'with rose-fiushed cheek ,. ., k., >.,. ''I he'. gettln this box ready ter send. I us
and eyes like stars. r jut hear him tellin' his folks an' all tbtoal

They had got among the dolls 1 In fancy :',. : '" : ," servants how this thing .is fur Sister RutS

dressesand even MaJ. Dick Maractfnfoiind, "-,' ;r''fiil} II" ,", I'' 1 aD' this'n fur ole Bill an' this'n fur Tow
'us usual that taking liuntie outftleasurinK I > ;' an' this'n fur little Billy, an' so on ngjt
meant amusement. The giwE aud WWM
they ::" through. You kin bet Jim never )
were numerous enough-who' had tried to .. .. ._.'.... nobody. He beats all. Never had a dickw:
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marry Dick Maraxion would not have 4 dtuMl7e' with Jim in my life be didn't knock th
known that impenetrable gentleman 'In the spots right offen me. Why he come dof
guise of Buntie' willing slave. Ruth"
gone near gittin your frum me,
I Once upon .a time before the death of "Mqy Then he stopped drawing Wads ton*
1>ick> godfather and the comfortable two enough to' take a bear hug aid kiss till
thousand a year that had come to him after blushing Rnth.-Detroit Free Press.

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"TUe' very best of all. in my opiniou." |igood-by'alk I hope the poor little girla will Sylvia who came in. Not the Sylvia of other-:- 1.Tak'the ''uture--l watead/Bow'-t II *,! ;

two i admiring spectators; near him were [ love"you very much"It days, so radiant girlish dearest. rrat
so so fresh in her
Haying. 'A colonel in
of MarlborougV and 'a lady -of the same |!fcember I afternoon Hustle got her choco.lutes a sweet, aecio&s woman in plain so black-;v colonel man. -she wanted. to..kiss. the- dear little S
It k period: dowsed by-oh,>. < jive mo my -twit* a* many aa were good foe her- with, the old musses of golden hair allowing -Laa: Truth. .tr"J, 'rf
., glusso -'Minn Sylvia"Berwick! It Teck-trrace before she was handed back to tell her nurse under her little bonnet. :Shine
Itr ie !(Went Kein<
i 1 flllu fault perhaps" Did' ladies carry bouquetsin "I dare ray i'.. .a fool, but I mean lode : hynasa tbalwaa very like fear drew back Shine star, to-nljrht" 1 "' .vf-Vir/v';Bnlava/cJear""
those and
day.? I It," said Dick to himself as he came out of. until he waa almost hidden by .a screen: so Drlgntf l1Ia
Not in thoae days, perhaps but certainly his sinter's house and bailed. ba1. --. that she did not see him. Make earth and heaven to ctowf > lju
In the days when in all Covent Garden there ".;1...* Tocb-Urraceiaad.rlek'fcee: | I 1\But tire room watf laD of a. fragrance her Shine as you did that Christmas night '
rat I seemed no lilies of the valley fresh enough stop first at that big Bond-street noriat's./ heart knew in a'-.01.. He bad laid the Long centuries ago. a
for Cmpt.Maraxion to vend to Miss Berwick
y. There were net many liKea and they: went lillea' np.a t table. and she took them up Prtt hill and valley aa the dawn t
for Lady Uurstaaoncenx' fancy ball-the '
dear,' bet he bought every one. The inters with a little oft exclamation of pleasure. Make all the darkam bright I
ball where she had figured aa a lady of the .'minahle cab drive wan like a drcaaa dosaia- lie saw how leader was the face that bent For Christ the Saviour. DM been born 1
;; '' V' court rof QueeriAnne; and he aa*-:ro'Jla.lbeNDCh' sled by the twgtest dolL.H.rind sot over the ......., a. face m Inter yqung, but Anti Is.J "h ,ua -aight. ( in

-- ..IA_ TIta DbL>4 8HOW. ;; eoloMlav think consecutively. .' 'The old aehavtbeoU vith. %..*. .....IiFit. aUite.wi ) ..., -?rank m.yeet. to Petrol* Free >Prvss.
'I: "' How well he remembered It! Some benevolent Joncin, had comeT insistentlybadL The Then he '
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word .
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w "cpQI iisusnp. mot' Berwick the .wcet: cIaua. girl had told bin what Sylvia waa to cabman-: lost, his way ,twice isj a desert of She knew him ....aatly.. The (lush of The resalmist's Christmaa.. J'; < l aq KirII / i ;ibe sin? ,,.
f tev-of the outrageounly vulgar matt wear, and be bad choeen his own' dress accordingly. mean b_.with --empty"art" ...*. on the color the light ia her eyes the Joy she could:rosy tf a uma ssyj
tkat amity and lost .a fabvlow fortune, : They had been much commentedupon smutty ledges, and pallid 11I10..11I111I11. sot stifle after all those. *hungry drugging "How" dcJ **** ckr** aaa presents soil f,. dve g forChrit

fcad quAmed. tt over society and Dick's>:for aa the successes of the night, and in the certain a breadth too narrow.' At last he yean of loaatiawM. coajared beck all, and 'OIl? uked." the optimist of. the pee aWJ Papa i sister--0h..
But aid Brrwick'wanted 4 title and pause of a. Waldteufel wait be had told her stopped at .. .q1I et. unprepossessing, vow' .' men'than all'the'ghueour of Ihrir youth/ .Well. was the reply' of the nut one.,-|.
a the daughter whose beauty he rated at Ita that he loved her and she-ah, fof Ttt.Msr DL4'H,a..taasfehad: clean steps, sad a clout "Dick-Car Hataaio-. what baa brought 'dido"TeeeiYe the thingi i expect d'to get.
full oanereial value Cylria's tears had hurriedly ,exchanged in the' eoD fll"' .ae.rsl. opened the door. yeti beer but then I bad no bope.i of getting Uaea..'!-1 r,11 i k iwuwrottb tw s
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in took the street became 110 interesting that he woke at live', and filled the house with yellsof and followed' by a wonderful old genV.envm'; Then pater took hold of her arm. and .' .t'

whilst a prolonged look out of the window rapturous excitement when they saw the in marvelous attire, who even by the light said so quietly that no>> ono else heard: "Fa ,Tt1E
upon hw pater sketched an elaborate diuarlllU array of toys in and around their bloated of the low gas jets and the Dickering fire was ther Christmas wants to give you a present
L blotting-pad. stockings. nut wise nurse had lit the gas easily recognized all Father Christmas: him my dear" So Aunt Aggie rose and let him
However pater must have cheered Tom stove in the nursery so that they could play self load her up to their guest Just as. she came thPI3TI'VL\\
up a left good calJ in the course of the day, for there during the small hours without disturbing Truly ho was a remarkable sight. He had to Father Christmas h"wever.srandpt\ I
0 they office together in high priu. everyone elite; and excepting that a jolly red old face, and such twinkling, grandma made two funny mistakes. Urand- f
, to They made a mysterious and prolonged visit Roy took a header oil the new rocking horse, merry eyes! He wore a long white board, pa accidentally turned the gas right out; and i .' ''r'rI
1 other a fancy-Ureas emporium and one or two and Dot warmed a wax doll's nose a trillo whit almostcovered his broad, crimson grandma feeling too warm it nest be presumed Q T ND Et
1 places and then they stuck big cigars too much at the fire uo harm was done. waistcoat. His ample white blir'aR surmounted pushed tie| screen suddenly in front ,
I in their mouths, and actually went off and 1'ater was, as usual on such occasions a by a crown of holly loaded with of the tire. It took pater quite a couple of
as Played a couple of hundred at billmrds- fourth child, .and the youngster were in berries, and toys peeped! ,out from every minutes to find the matches (which were' in
pater'. annual dissipation, as be culled it, high glue: all the moining. pocket of his long green'coat. Ho ('arl'leclln his pocket after all) ; and that couldn't
Y1 After this they went to the booking.office Then grandpa{ and grandma came, bring- Inn. right hand a stout staff covered with make grandma understand about the screen + -
HEN the year I*new, at St. Paul's station, to collect half a van ing presents for all the older ones-it being thick ivy. He laughed all round as he sat -you see, she is getting rather old-and so
When my dear load of parcels; and finally dispersed at understood that they had been somehow ill down until everyone laughed: again and he nobody saw exactly what happened.! Mater f l HEN Christmas time :
new. the year la I Dulwich with a cabful apiece. It was league with !Santa Claus as regards" the said: "A Merry Christmas and a Happy ban an idea that IIIlu' heard something about \\. I I. almost hen
Lt us make a noticeable that Tom had grown very cheer children. Aud everyone had a present for New Year!" in such a big hearty voice. that "dear little .\itlel"! and "dear old Toml" And folks begin to
'DCS y.' lae here, prom ful' since the morning, and pater arrived them, even the little ones, whose pennies... they shouted: "The same to you,%Father though she hasn't told anyone and one and \ wink i' V
ir.i, tattle I and you. home so full of jokes and merriment that had been remarkably productive in pater' Christmas!" with one accord. beckoned all declare that that naughty old scamp of a \ And hush their talk
when I
all coma near.
vhaIRU,r 1'1. 1''". Not to fall to ouar. even Aunt Aggie had to smile. hands the servants to place the parcels on the Father Christmas was heard to kiss auntie Their I begin tQ e
every r tiny rellng- Then the real buoinetw of the day began. The dinner was Al, the pudding in par* table in front of him. and pressing something Probably his bashfulness ft'turnPtI.fter thin, think e
'air; Over But sing- and smile thins., smile and There were the nieces and nephews to \-isit. ticular being such f n success that rook wan iu their hands which made thcnf says for when the light were, lit again he had disappeared I'll write to Banta Claus about
tel. All the clad year through. line. with presents; there were tho ChiUtmns called in for special 1 compliment and nearly) .".Merry Christmas to you, sir!" motioned (grandma seemed to have been The things I want to nil
? boxes to the servants, tho paiccl-biingera fell over a chair lowing herself out. Everything them out. handing his clothes round the door, sonic My storklngs.-He won't get the note.
'. ot As the year goes by, my dear?, and all sorts and conditions of men and was (o jolly that it really did coin I ThNhe hesitated and began to mop hit. said). But I pretend he will.

''IIXII t As the year goes by. women-for pater didn't believe in waiting strange for Aunt Aggie to look so grave, un-I face with a big: silk handkcrehiof, as if ha And the present which ho had left for I situ It In the envelope i ; I
Let Little us keep and our I sky, swept clear. till boxing day. There was the final stirring hose suggested little Molly to Dot slo was hardly knew how to begin.: There could bu .\untltllie (how slio did smile!) wax- And put It with the mall. I
Sweep up you every cloudy scowl, of the Christmas pudding a solemn annual looking for a present from ,"Unolo", Tom no doubt that a. pater and grandpa said,>he there; you'd never guess: ItlUnc1u'.TnanCt'r And beg mamma. to send It ;
Mvery little thunder-growl. rite, under the superintendence of cook at which hadn't come '' was somewhat diffident and nervous Ko .\ that everyone must believe in l Father Ily the postman without all; \
y.tea And live and laugh, which each member of the household was expected "After dinner pater made a little speech pater got up and made another little) upecvh 1 Chi'1st mas. Perhaps If they are very And thank her what when I bl.h I find It gone. t' J

Laugh and live, to be present. After this tho chile which excited the curiosity of everyone, and such as no one else could make. Some: of it good I. some of my reader may get Aunt .\,,- 1 Pop-doing know she never sent 11J11f, *f 1
hetIlse Neath a cloudless sky. dren went to bed, and the onerous functions announced an event which made that Christmas made them laugh and some of it inudo them glee and Uncle Toms for their prewmta; but But I pretend she lld. .

When the year Is old, my dear, .- -- .I' -- -. ,- --.- ._- ...-.- '- -_ -. .. ---.- .- _. .-.- -.. oor----- I take my stockings Christmas Eve f
I When the year Is old, And by the chimney sideI
Let us never doubt or fear hang them while 1 wish that they v
sheIpl' Though the days' grow cold. Were twice a* long and wide; A i
Loving hearts are always warm: And wonder bow the chimney
- Merry hearts know never a storm Lots him down that jolly man! ,,0
Come Ice and snow, so love's dear glow Of course I know It truly can't. '
her Turn all our gray to gold! Tint I pretend It can I \.
Laura E.Richards In Youth's Companion ''iMir' lAnd
. when on Christmas morning I
All the things I wanted so, 4 s
New Year Greeting. Are sticking from my stocking tops. I I ,',
all ....-............ Or standing In a row '1 "
My wee sweet one. with the. clustering I him and kiss my mother. t4 1
idfea curls And my father too because I'
And the eyes so darkly blue. I know It's mostly. thorn though I I, II.
; With the ruby lips and the two white pearls Pretend It'* Santa Claim ."
That ever are peeping through, -Mr.. George Archibald, In flood Ifouses
I I send you a kiss, where'er you may be, ,( ill li ill ;I Idlld1111, 1 l ? keeping I
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And 'a greeting full of cheer. p ( ;' I j7 ll ill", y, h I I, Il I Ilh, I hiss II'I : ==: .
I'41 The Call. ,
'J in. May the angels comfort and care for thee, I I .
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And grant thee a glad New Year ? hllli II I 'k'kli '-'- ,
III IIIlj H f lI I tl' Drhold a whlte-robml angel at my door. S;
My bonny youth with noble brow Crying amid the darkness of the night '
And the full untroubled eye. li Il''ml h I I -'' "Ope thou thy heart before the dawn at .. .1 i
Whose only song la of pleasure now, lj; Ii Ijll, ) I ''hdglli l r light ''I t
And Joy in the by-and-by. And let me take thy hand and lead thou e k I.f'.
I send my message across the sea, o'er a
Hope on with never a fear. &' The chasm of dull'gloom. Pear notl full. I ,:}:'
Both long and gay may thy Journey be, store 5, I ''; ?
1 wish thee a glad; New Year. Of Ood's JrI'tIAtwe", have, I tore thj> '
sight -
My aged one with the snowy hair Come forth .no.1.Iullow where the wf|, : ,
And the feeble step and slow. ,I l lot white 'VI\: '!{
Thy voice .that. joined In the midnight' And leave old sorrow on thy.tearawep., .,
prayer IjIt floor.." *f.1 t
Was strangely tlUnt'and low.I 1"1.
greet thee now, but ( look to see It I III the New Year calling thus to me, .4
If the Boatman draweth near.' ic,a And my soul fears to take her willing ;\
And Ispeakino,, word since know for ; hand; .; 'Ii I
thee t'" Yet I must go-Tim* hold the maglo ken ,t' t l
God brlngrth New And. I' should broad the unknown optt ,wi \ .
t- a Glad Year. :.Lij '. ,\ v'/- .
Italia.Mitchell. In Ladles' World.ATHERIQIRiSTMAS.. v':1: land 'Tj tib
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And so 1 I wo-with falttvss would child* '. v
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Aggie and loft
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I \ rNobody minded ,'
b very much except) themselves' ; but then hI i
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a concerned; nnd as it drew near C'hrmt

cons day the peter was quite angry ,
1e "Tbose two young fools) might juet ns well :
male it up now IIH IN moping! about all I I I 1 ;
through Christmas time and spoiling every I

e one olseV fun," lie jmimMeil. And the dear "Kult, f want to give you a nice fat tui 1 ,
little mater nijokaof them with n sorrowful key for Christmas" aid Col. llawkrr. ',v. 'lit S
shake ofHhe hend. Could not the pntei give "Dat'. berrykiu', cunnel, but I'd 'fer 'itwodollar
I Tom;' hint_tbat Aggie was fretting? 1'er- 1 t' bill .f'. all dam* to you.. Kris 'i iKrlngle t r
a Imps if he were to drop in one evening! to seethe I allus 'pears to hub a tuhkey at my';( I
I children now baby was growing NO? house d. night: stub Chris'iuas."-Detroit ', 1
a Uut pater thought that as Aggie wall haters Free Preu. qat"" /: ;

I .sister and ten years jrgurtRer according '

to the unimpeachable testimony of the '. BROWfrSJtEVENGE.He r r"r;

t 1 family sisterly..Bible advice.. it Ho:WAS neither rattier intervened a matter,ayd for Hans to Ct Even with his. ISct.tE S: aL I +;

the tenth (or wall it the eleventh) parting iily'' 1rIY .' tier ....,. 'r
! for "forever" bud lasted three weeks on "Hello-- Ilrewn. Keen Christmas shop.' ] j
Christmas eve. At this. point all the family ping?" asked the 'man with the fur-lia.di i [ }i'i't'
agreed that something must be done overcoat of the man pith the handle. ijf 1 ttix

"If you don't speak to Aggie, I shall have i : "Yes. I've, been buy lug some little things) q;]
rI to speak to her myself! said peter, firmly :: For my wife/' replied! th* man with taI-I
I .. be put on the Santa Claus coat with the package > -'Al.( ,
I big poeketn, to sally forth in the lnorn III.'' J".r..4 ."You have? That' good. I say. old m...,!;J a
I "No, no, my door, really/ can't ask poor old 4.y tell: me what you have got her I've cot to 1 J
Tom to eat hum 1e..ie. I don't considerthat ret some things for my wife, and I baft_' 4 -
he was to blame at all. He was practically Wake up old men I Your time has come ; you've run your twelve months through ; .. the[ slightest idea what to ..,t." V;*j 1
, bound nnd play for Ins cl.b r "1 have bought her box of ..',, s
to go ; ,. to think 17n one short year I'll be as old as you I" a rear, a cigar l
'''that afternoon .and 1 she could hnve gone to And Just a meerschaum pipe, and. .a few little things of.'] ','

the show just an well in the evening. Women the kind. .: ''S C Ccr"V
never will'undentaod that men-" **Oh, .. ._...__.. __.._. .. -- -- -- ..._- --- -, jr your wild Why, man, you must ''Nt' '
peter!" zixMtulated the mater, softly, "ex.cept -- -- celebration; ; different from all' otb u. .1'1'1.' Dud once. I think, grandma and mater anyhow, if they remember pater'. speech ,t i
you, .my; dear always excepting ,"Olt. of Banta Clans lied to be performed. Then He he ..id.. a visit from nil i wiped their eyes, and grandpa and Aunt he may b.' relied upon to bring what I "Yes, t"1.r." for my wife, a* 1 told you",;, uM,
Uut you are --unMiUtt.** 1'hclIlDutcr laughed there was patty Aggie to kiss and present 'I friend was expecting of liis intimate friend Hhom Aggie looked very hard Into the tire.. There heartily wish them-,\ Merry Christina) "Uo cI heaven*, llrawnl What lathe mat" I
and he- kissed lice.! --"Oil but 1 hope you with aomeOnng glittering done up in silver old front: an his giblldhood, and was something about "peace on earth and and a Happy New \"earl-J! A. Flynn in ter? Your wifu must be a new woman el C
bad )known :
coasingl v "I'oor ; and Iwi brotber-ie-law must have Paul's London). the worst sort," ."
-.t..J4Ibn., ,sbo aidv : paper whom had all wished to mecti suokl\ good will toward men and something: tH.: ( .
old Ag has l been .her eyes out all the forgotten his intended admonition, for lie I they j whom they would "Oh, DO. J... just getting even with ] I''
crying and tried friend he might also say of thtlr j ;b7;'.:t.rlm abcTlDH tw!e \.
time; .but...lio's. too proudxo" make overtures put leis hand on her shoulder very kindly, had beard of his owngrandpa's -1 I sot for all the world forget And forgettinglittle 'JUST NT.t her. '. S
"randpa'luI event I 1'
aosaetLiag about all commit "
blawe. aal wLisleaeed
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though she owns she woui partly to also At this point a shout of grudges and quarrels that no on*
If you could bring'him round, now to pity "tianta Claus!" arose frvoi the & the l-ompliments of the season to me, or to who had somehow arrived at the idea that too, about the happuicM of all In receiving, brushes and eombr for the bureau, and as) ; f F
.see the children\ ?". ',."t'npht" said later, r c'(4'( the kindly old saint was a person with I and the greater happiness. in giving, and hist ia afternoon tea lie"" .* I expect something. 1
rather'shortly; ., "I'' shall Jose my train if 1 whom fathers. and grandfathers had extensive of all there was. something about what it all lI ; ___ of the kind from. her tbl your with a bill for
..top any longer: And mlit to have caught business relation ".No," patter exclaimed myjut-I think he said "kJn.l_ and remembrane I I them a few day. alter Carktmas. I havedetcrmisedbowev.vtthat .

the ',one ,.iiefore, really..: Slater didn't : "it wneu't exactly: Nautn'Cluu: .*. and love"-but he faltered so ( I shall have !
bother She twinkle the words. something that is suitable. for me, so 1 han
himanyfurther. saw a Jilt! it was a relative" of hi*-indeed, sumo her that one had to guess at
in km eye; and she had been married to him people said, big brother lie meant Father I II motel. he said were the gifts which their bought them,a.Cbr.twa present foe '','
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Rut'preanmaWylee rewronbered when The mouths of the little one opened id* which all would! wish to render in return i"I say, firowfeYo are a geoios, my boy, "
Ton (whose .oUief ber-wo> looked ,into hj with astonishment. and all ol the oiUcr Dues Then grandpa received a pipe, and pater G I believe l'will bar my wif f.be same kind
private room about lends ti.to par t looked puzzled. except grandpa, "who 14 ale I IMS y t cigars; gisudjua, a wonderful are of present thuf you have bough for your*.
rousd lo- bioi'' bold& book to read and I believe that it wemkr be a god Ua to gfv }
"ejects. "Vou'e coming! wajs quick iu Ukiug iu the siliutliva, aud ), r ugvuient ta up a .
aftawoceol kl.n aur"aid stand (he must have heard thut'beeatiful>> oMwrsehaam pipe she bos
ntna > never more so than when b. lA.nleI.\ nimuinia a pretty
M> hi*JDOO everyday tone.. Hut Tom It> secret beforehand II. was he remarked her say that she wanted something to go in wanted for so long and bo. not been able to
!'' verllad. That children had dol!*, afford to buy. Pike ...*> so* son curtaloB
very glum i and shook bis head..Senecnar I gravely that his bad the little window). "
.pats wfathfally1"you) were thetamilji far overcome halo fthynvM a* to consent ..*r.aud" engine.Sal books, aril boaes, and 1 bonbotuHther -f 1 lust,Chrirtm.* CfcitiMo..T .p.mLlcJ.J.IJ. {. i t o

i More Mim Aggie came Ito \ h..10 visit them In person. When they wurcUdnpon .. --.1110.1101 tu the..., Every a Ntoltocavt .- ."j. .

i MOV tbfrfiUJ*rnuuc.n:_'4 nev.q I IM | I & I the brnetit 'which. be had conferred one bad something till at last only.AuntieA \ t i i i us i i x i 4" s1'.
>., _......% 4>a Christou.*day? 4 upon them ,*1J- for it wa generally known W l was left and she xeriaed to feel thin t y1 t .... ......4 t .,.....-,. !
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atsray. asfcioc oho. F that he inspired. even the kihdrwou of Waatadao tot, she kept clasping. and onrLurHioT her I' ct JI tbaea-* n>M i;:*> ,> -. tn

gaYre ..... boYV.a9' .- 4t' bi.sw1f-be" '''* Hire that they Would hand over her Inn.dkrrchisfwhich ab.ita4""I IlortaLle. I" .I' MM Mtteast, Wnaf..tbe,:..
1 and alb give him the' heartiest ef welcome rolled into a .ball, and looked quite"nncenv, -- In.. .. _' ,...,; ,....l. .,. .' ,II<' 4
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that, looking tot111redi.tingaisedvisitot' !' 2 TtMngraoidpa said, very knowingly "Fa. :"'I.a II donna whether I ,was ltt'nfyear +
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..: h 7 ',:,"[ aaiYis 'undoubted!sMdeaty: trot bachfuJ.nmt ther Ckrfoanav ** anyone forgotten" Dot .. etc ;; J _."-De >oit ..... r.-. .'. ';: tdrrobebty
I ..l&rr.'t rp. Net a lot dtbiaert '. IT PU SEER PTRANAE FOR ACXT they bosU) t.rit down tb* light Lentil Father CbristaaM. tteeaan bashful again at its s.. a u0. that One ."' (" ,
anode tssrrad far....a kits, bi- their lItti.h JU30IE TO LOOK /O ORAI+, he wo thoroughly. a* home. Nobody c.boJHc.d. t this point, and hU voi**. sounded so fuser I .'8h -IX> you really think., Iforen,' s nesssmt. ;, : ,
I Aad I tLoufthf yea -sda't mind ;of 1 and just a. He rose to carry out this when he began t. reply that he couldn't do the blind will ever b*.mode to soul 'be 6
I _( slbss right when she began to cry a bit.bees. there tremeDJl our And Aggi trembled ao when. the ehilArnt If*-I hop so. Wallll.,.beRMt""t".wJet" ** May
HBMihtetT tw'tb. Meet: jron'r attention wo n
ferv.k.iittl.si.ter-taytawr.alJrv considerate whisper audibly (a Arrears "Hr Mhe..-#o'doIf (and )then; she. gazed at the .Utake on th part a* a young lady ,
wsye of ah was a the front door.
Mrfulhr Ma ..&0 BM, both youa drq.doehl.kaock and ring at .
I'e. > know. "Only men never will nn4 _ncw." that evrryoo began to use iptf of mlatlet above her. head. ant ran woe her' it to likerjr tew.b* a v*
tof tohav of brrathie" expectation, me,
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'She' listened' till she beard steps"outside* "While1 wotv e' no tell l ;tho troth: ," th;J winter mountains bis sleep vanished and hii look) and behold 1
and then 'with a thrill of Joy she. laid hei' Indian replied. "They' want scalp. They eyes unclosed. the shoes are brimming- over with toys and i

band on. .the. stout barricades of the .frontier can't come in while the Elk is at the door" Paul turned his head and <,caught the radiant sweetmeats! Then th door.. Silence:: prevailed for a moment and then face of the gentle watcher and in another !hands with glee, and wish they could only t .. I
"The doctor at taut!" said Lucy under her the blow was repented."Two moment! his gaze fell upon a dai'kcr have waked in time to see the pony munching -

breath! nrf, without more ado she took down minutes, ntta," said a gruff Voice.! face near by. his oats. That, would have been !auch
the plank and opened the portal. "We are coming in!" "Who's that Lucy" he asked. "You fun!-Ella F. Mosby, in St. Nicholas.A ..

But the next moment she fell buck with'a. The Elk heard 'as well as did the girl and didn't let that redskin in last night,did you?"

cry that seemed to drive alt the blood from in another instant ho let one foot slip a little "He came in-without asking, Paul. Fortune BOGUS SANTA: GLAUS.A .
her cheeks. ,..and she stood In ,the middle of behind its mate. That movement, slight us sent him," she whispered, bending over
the room staring at the tableau' before her.: it was, meant preparation for tbo worst; but the wounded man. "But for our red brother Change 'in BHnky ..Bangs'Christ..
In the room stood a stalwart Indian and tho Indian did not speak. 5 ou would not have seen the dawning of the

Lucy inntinrtivcly glanced toward tho "Let the b )'aln. please do, Luoy," came New Year." mas Programme.Blinfcy .

cOOD-NKIirr, sweet I couch.. from the couch in the corner, "I want to "And consequently have lost my little I -'Bongs chuckled and confided to
yea iv .that'brought For a moment it seemed as if the mountain know what's kept thorn away. Tho old sweetheart eh?" hlm cle.) that he was. a geniu a*,hestartc
: to 'me girl would sink to the floor,but suddenly Katydid" *Yus, Paul," and Lucy took the thin hand 'forth that stormy Christinas eve. Under
Dear friends to I she threw homclf between the Ravage and Once more with a cry Lucy" sprang to the of her lover and placed it in the strong one his long ulster he wont tho familiar uniform ,
,love, rare.wealthto' Paul and stood like a statue there. couch and bent,over the attenuated figure that had saved both of them from the 1 of Santa Claus,' perfect in every do
hold. "They are coining," said the Indian pointing fiends of the divide, making bright for th< mIlL tail. '
That gave me flow thereon _. :. ,: . ____ ___,__.:,_,_ _.__ ,
j LL L em for memory : at the door "The.wolves of the divide "It's. not the boys of the Katydid, Paul. the .New xear: wiucn! was to witness me At me oig nouso" ovenuutkiun tuv iivc- '
More precious far! than-fleetlrnr gold, urn out yonder." Pardon me. I told an untruth before. fruition of their fondest hopes, only the children and ono "trusty" servan '
flood-night, sweet year, wherein I read "Aren't they! natinfiod withtlfeir work?" 'They're the' men from across the divide.They" !., T. C. HARBAUOH. were at home, for the others of the household
Full many pane with rare delight; cried Lucy. "Haven't they done enough? want you; yout"With had commenced! the festivities of the
!l'hy'latest hour will soon have fled They blow up the Katydid" frightened face the fair speaker CHRISTMAS GIVING. merry season. Blinky was to l be admitted

O. pleasant year, sweet year, good-night! The Interruption was a sudden spring by threw a- look toward the door and sanr the by the servant, and, as good Kriss Kringle,

Good-night, sad year, that reft away the Indian and the door, left .lightly ajar, figure braced there, a-living barricade. of It Has Upon It the Stamp of the Di' entertain the little ones while securing all
Some hopes I cherished; gave the pain was hurled to with almost cranliing force. flesh and blood. the valuable plunder to be'lmd.
Of dlBllluslon; dimmed the day At the same time something seemed to fall ,As she looked the assault came. One of vine and the Spiritual. When they saw this perfect counterfeit

With wrecks of labor wrought In vain against it from the outside, but the palms tho men! outside threw himself against the The fact that Christmas giving is an ex of the jolly reindeer driver/ they at, firs '
Good-night, sad year, that IIOmetimee knew of the Indian were against the plunks and door, the portal shook from top to bottom change of things often not needed,. and that stood in wide-eyed wonder till the sturdy "You know what will happen !(]catch

Oonrl-nlght My pillow, wt Had with year,bitter that tears drlfteth!, too with his whole strength he.was holding the and the moccasined foot of the Indian it tends to mutual loss rather than mutual little'Ben advanced with extended band and you under the mistletoe," simpered Cbump"Yes -

Far hence on Time's black sea of yearn. enemy nt bar. Hccmcd to slip half an inch-that was all sain-which is the law of barter-elevates it quaintly welcomed the hoped-for guest. Thi ley. _
Lucy' watched the red mim as he pitted Lucycaught halfway the cry that welled far above trade. The perennial benevolence- lid not disturb the crusted hardness that and I'm so hopelessly abiienCmindcd .
Ooo<''l-nlght, blithe year, that to the home his powers ngainnt the horde at the door, from her heart and watched the human bar which finds its expresnion in Christmas giving bad so long imprisoned Itlinky's better naure ," she simpered in response.-Detroit
Cime smiling with so "guy a face, and for a little while .she fen red that the portal licade. Tho lips of the Indian were comrcnscd has tho stamp of the divine and tho : but when the fairy-like Ruth, ..wit! Free Press.
IJade! roses bloom In hall and room, would be broken down I.oYtbo, foe > and his eyes watched the door bebie < spiritual upon it, and it argues that there is her crown of waving yellow hair'and glistening A
Hcnt small feet Suggestion.
: place pattering; through the "Lucy I Lucyl" him. He seemed in hia. element, but not something more in man than the mere materialist blue eyes rushed forward and from '

nhnt wok suchb* lAH ,. or melnd." J Her name came from the couch and as th you so keep NewYear's -
touch the eternal ('!1-ord.-tha.t. ring turned Rlia1 snwPnul arma about thaof n.,1e your
!W nre evermore the ran om\d beAjiU I Bittfng bolt upright the bogus Santa; I resolutions perhaps it would' be a
,, .. good idea to make a few bad ones thin time
saints for aye behold the King, : his "" ,
gaze riveted\ ,dl" : Claus, Blinky felt that
for change For instance
I. a you might
: resolve
I O"'I"t-ntg-ht, brave that I upon her; there wo a breaking to be to
year gave mo IlL l'ros. your wife (if you Imve
strength, I "Why" don't the boys II. :1':1'II. up in hi*chest. When one) every day during the year; nnd then
? he ktd. j
And helped my will to overcome) : come a Ihe kissed him and
In struggles/ where! the .foo, nt length ,. With a' sharp cry II! .............,.......... told him how they all give her. You gcntlevwords! thus and be loving kisnea instead. ,
., can consistent with
Ilulllcd and beaten, left dumb, threw hersuUupon .,. I
me Lucy ",,1" ,, "''' I III loved him,Blinky useibiiw.sleeve '
II 'nil record and
/ : past be
;X.t thrilling! with victorious nong! :. your may possibly a better
Good-night, brave year! I fain would the floor beside .. '" :if. .,,:', ,,.; Iii:.:";,:" I, ., .': ;Ii I''', i I II with its man when another year rolls around.
keep the miner II :' '"! ,...' ', .1: .):: !" ''::!::': : :'![ ::':" snowy coating of wool

!Thy' Necrct still tq .rIght tho .wron; r, "They don't care for I ..1 .:'.11 '..". '" ".." "" '''. '' '''''' I'.'' to relieve the dimnesa A Last Request.
liut thou art weary. Rut and sleep, : mo. What's the matter ;:.':; .! ,; ..!,; :: : :, :! ;::: of his vision.A .
'. with the Katydid. "11 ',. .,.' .'J... ,,', : '.'..Ii they clungto- Her father had said it could never be..
Giod-nlght O year most ..orrowf ul, mine, Lucy?" They both sat in the parlor also in

,:AT, f'd..cn clouded from 'he.earlh.'rto dawns, and' dear, acKe-and ones gone lost, the"It's forced all answer right."from was il' ":!ilil"!! "{ Iji ''P'I/I'jli;' / ://II!11,1., I : their Blinky greetings-. and ehorusec, he wa ,, tears.After: long. searching. and a. desperate effort

Have confused before
deeply!; otamped thee with the cross. III'' IId .r. a* never -
fi' i-weet with the promlne of the day "The boys will come; I ,::" "I ,,1' I'[', career asa burglar. 'tones she cried: -"Oh, Charley! : Ifwe-mm*
""h) re hiaven's! 6wn morning shall appear Tbcv can't get away "llllllllf ; part .let.n* wait till.after Christmas."-
I ''ij" ._: ........ His first impulse wa
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all the> shadow flee away.Mrf. Ju t now-1- / ------ '. Philadelphia North American.
.- '.. Margaret, H. Sangttter In Congrega : ';,:: II 'h .,to go out and loot some
-irallhl came something
"'- toy-store and deliver SERIOUS CONT MI"L1'TIOIf.' .
against the door,' .I
l load of tho .
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and the Indian seemed ", .', .:,,..,, .H "" proceeds: 'the big: )-
I :I i'
\ .. lifted from'the floor
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be reeled but "
ne away, "
be could
reason not
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for a second enly. ." .I'I!'!!,:I"1'" '
understand1 this
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re Again ho braced him' ,I Ii ;pt': ', .
Ii utterly repugnant tohi
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self nnd hleeyasseemed ,\\i ,,! ,I' ....:: ..., new feelings. He
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J ; to emit sparks of flre. r : :, : : ",\ ..... :r 0 f), I i. .. ............. !II .. took the "trusty"servant -

"We want Paul bossl":'" ..:....' '' .!, '.''r ,: '" ..." ',.1:1/,: 'I.'":,.,,,'.1':1'.:':' '.,', ., '\.'.., :: into the hallway,
Paul, the mine '' '' : : aid
.: : "' ' something .thai
EW1' RssroRY.; came from outside. .". ',,.."!..' :,1'-:.. t\ ,_ .' ,,''I. '"' ''il '. ,"I"I":'., ,/I", ,(:, ..1"""'!';'''I,. '' ','p.'!:,,." put that unworthy in
:._ "We him and have-" come- lot !I'i': '. .I. ',.:i.::',' :II'I' ;'!tI !''iIt. }!!Iijlillliiiil'':. I. Ih "' 111111! 11:.; :!:''' !!: :: ii.'II" ii.-'::) :"'!! a a bill tremble and, sternly slipped tok him I.

;' tlaatI..lIcy'" Lucy turned back !' ,.'I,. .".' '...., hn 1111.. I., I lilil .': :.; him to be back in hall
I. 1( THAT'I: I .
and caught the bar-- ( : .: ... 11'-" '
V" The; man lying on ricade, but up the Indianswept ', //,1-,:, :, .... ,. ....... ., I!" hill I'IIII' an hour.
I .. II. When the children
# the low cot in the 'I !... '" I ,
of the proffered '.'r" f"" I" "- Should have been
light the tamp on plank a ide. ,nli"." II '"
',: a tnble at one side ofn r'.1' ''' :':'''! ; asleep in bed,the older
Hit feathers touched '
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." 'members
'. little cabin turned \. ... 0, of the family
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the door the =
.. bin hcnd to one side ; heron' II'' : '''1 i 1",.., "" .''' 'returned to find them :

and Imtened. bniHhcd plumngc bi"lonahlllr' ji ji'I' ... ''\_ !'''''' '" !''lli"I";:" ''IIIIII'ImilliiiIIIWlillililri:111II ; / : in the midst of a romp -".::=<= -

The younj girl but his the muscles planks did, II .t ,!. ". ,\'I I I, ..""11 ," .... "'. ,i'III'' that filled the great

bent over him and not ,:"" :" ,. I H I "..h.' ,I .I'.' house with merriment,
qui vcr. .,
for a moment looked "1'hebo"at I theboyst ;I'lk.' : '..... : !'. iII': '" ",,,I I'': ''Itti.., ..W'.' Blinky. was making. ,.
into the wan face I say, 'Lucy," came ,: [":: '[ i:'':.: :,"': : r "' ',ii '::11 '''1. '' gooa lime arounu tile Conventional "Old Year"-To think
sunken but brilliant black ,I', ; ''' ''.''1"" I 'IiI... room on all fours with
d "
ellly 1,1
nod <
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from the I looked like that twelve months
sufferer'scouch. '
; /., ':!:,'." ." "" ''I t. .., ,' ,:. ,. ''''the children on his ago
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eycl "I'm going, 'i I'' '11/1/ : j...1. ''. I
''H'( the wind, Paul. II'* tho old year I' bud, 'to the Katydid .:. : I "", '" ,;;; .. .. bock,not playing horse What She Will Do.Maude .
know" "'", h r- .... 1'1' "II a* Ben proudly announced
out ] II
going you '! myself and find ",ern. i"i I,[ II t" [ ""ill'I"/! '( ':: :
but :
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"But it's not midnight y tgirU The boy. "No, no! You can't : ; Iii.. el'phant. Oh, Clara, I've just bought the
haven't come bnck from the ledge I and : : I.1 : ;: 'Ii'' :''I;,. 'II \ i : About them was a pro loveliest! pink ahawl' for a Christmas pres

"Nub )'et., Tlit-re, don't let mich thing go threw, hcruclf Lucy beside again .:. ......,.' "11;';" '" : fusion of gifts that the ent. .

woi ry you. They'll come.by and by." Paul und pushed him ,,:,,.I, ,, i"( ..',' ,'!...... 1Ji! I:.., servants had brought Clara Yes; 'whom are you going to give it

: Jte turned ow y and tlos...d hia eyes whilot I back. :;' ,,: >>: .. ....... -" and Blinky, in his assumed to?
gently "Theyaro .
thy KII! 'I no-wed the iloor and for half a mmnto 'I"" ,'. ..1 'In 11'11'1"1':. .... : ... .. ...,.; role, had distributed "I don't know.' If so prettyI think I
out !! !: ;' : ::1: : : ., .. in "
liHlcncd nl. Ihedoor. : 1:1\ .... a way to will keep it myself. -N. Y. CommercialAdvertiser. !

1 "Tha LO 'III" ho), wld,:under her'bl'oath.' united Tho the, boys victim,, Lucy of the? ., "' ,>I'': "'11' .,'>1i11.1.1':.'...1"/.,./ ''''"""I'".',, .' ." ;. ." iii...... _IIIf"':."...'.,.. ,, win the hearts The.of the I I70unlllter ________ _

"It'll! been'' thai way to*' n.:weuk> Tliv'Hlneincomeond. : .,, master ..
plot. ... The True Spirit
,. of the house !
him. I duro was
I' can't tell "Ycg yest" :, ,." ....:
he is. the lIole survivor oi, 'TOi surprised"but' not so
him' that
not .
A light Gift time in or
strange came ". giving at Christmas ,
the' Kntydid miuo ,diM"Hter, for he would, so as Blinky.
into Paul's eyps-snd whose instinctive ought to be, nothing more than a D1RaiC..8tatioD -
ned. I'm impulse
how it ham a
want to ll
his I long finger fastened which ia -
; of the Christmas spirit unIfish.
was to jump
.1 'ttrtlll yuung wonmn, but not eiutte stronn thcm..clv about
s seeking only to make others! happy.
brcuk such to him no, nor through a window.
eDoI'Rb. to new ;
.' .. Lury'tf white..wrist. But the little ones wereclamorously Every one who baa been moved by tins
)'fIt. "Whal'a to-mor.. spirit haa realized the truth of the snying.It .
.. llnlf minute later Lucy" Mooro 4. singing hipraises. .
a camel, "
row? hoallk dcatohi.{ i: .' _To them he is more blciMed to give than to receive.
'baet< to tl\eloOt- nddal'Overcdthatthqminer.'i.llall / ing her eye. .... "''' ..". __ ,was 'Snnta' Claus and ." -
dropped into deep sleeps Kuty-j .
"It's Now Year' t
did miue had: J>ccn ,wiped out in the twiu-j day." HE HAD ORACCD HIASCLf LIKE AM IRON TOSTI he looked the part Hit The Next Want.
Wins: of ,an eye by*tha woik'pf unknown) wa,-accepted- some "
I I thought
acomulrels. and Pnul ))rnlK>1" had managed, so., good-hearted eeeeairie "There! she 811ld, Twith a sigh of relief.
And tho
to ciattl from tfio debri to be t.iclcIlJp a boys are coming ", and again madewel I've got a locomotive, a wagon, a mecliumoal -
*da- later and carried to the mountain homo .. to th.e. wedding. ? come He took, on an acrobat and a hone reel. That ought to
at tlio crirl uho lot ml lilnj. he gut looked away afraid to let mm see strained silence of half a minute elapsed From the youngest up, an of us can see immense amount of self-respect that night satisfy the dear little nngelt"

Lllcy"undel't1tood it all. Kho knew! of tho her troubled face; but bin. band tightened when again the door was charged. The man'outside something in Christmas, above and beyond and now for several years bus been in charge "It ought to, but it won't," said her husband.
r its gtip at her vrist. threw himself against with the its outward manifestations. It commemorate of the
stable the
at big house, looking after' "The little villain will wnnt a hammer
,feud she luid hen of the threats mado by
'' The stoical Indian at the door aid).0'! same result,"only this time the mocrasined the beginning of a life, which countless the premise and the children*I with a faithfulnos -' to smash them with/'-Cinoinnnti Enquirer.
the ruilians! across the divide, ami tho inomcnt utir. lie hud braced himself hko an iron' foot did not '1111))). It kept its place millions of the human race have looked upon that make him invaluable. Detroit
she' looked 1 upon i Paul's uncotiHciouiifoim poht and Ni'Cinvd obhvioim. to everything but Tlio Elk seemed mado of Iron; hia veins as divine.-a life of unselfishness of selfsacriflce Free Press. > __________
.ho guessed the truth. Tho villain the act he M-aa performing.! Lucy wondered stood out. on his half naked figum liko whip of tenderness of goodness and of ___ Sacred Trees
had simply' dvimniitod tho Kutjdid mine, how long hu tould hold the doov nguinat tho cords. and, giant-like, ho kept his self-in- purity.We St. Nicholas.St. ..
,an left to tell the tale., but sho did' not doubt that they still stood "Take down the barricades, girl," said the a sorrow, make ono heart happier or lighten .' Nicholas, as the patron saint of tbt* were sacred to the Druids in day of old,and
&:,:* Yrnr'u dirV. "'1111. to 'have itucssutt: on tlio Htoop ready to takeadvantagoof any- leader of tho band. the burden borne by some tired and weary children, now termed Santa CUua, \"as canonized they used to worship under them in the

thiwwhliiiK.: I hilt for mime1 time U had 1 thins in their foor.iMiddenly 1 In' spite of herself the mountain girl wanderer. died, according to tradition moat solemn and devout \Va)'. When hnnffp
,lool.tJ more like! a burial n* Iuul hovered : a heavy blow atiuck the door smiled.' They did, not know that the Elk It may be true that after we have feasted Myru, Italy and -was there buried in tho in a room or hall the beautiful pearly
.bet men life und death, .his. itguro wasted", and Luty hcuid her name spoken.Slio was tho barricade. and frolicked we go back to the old live cathedral .,crypt.. Sis hundred yeare later terries were thought to possetiM the power of
aw. nnd hi. tmfferinas" tertiblo. But' slid loft Paul und went forward. Twice mora the door T\aa assaulted with again. Hut we ran take the spirit of Christmas biB body wai taken to Ban, and there in the keeping: away evil spirits and influence.

"lbn i wutchcd over Innx with unceasing "We've come to tha"ct.ldinglIlrl1II\i fidelity. She: luid been his constant ctimpnn- voice and there was a half suppressed laugh the pair did not move.At ing and there is no holly gleaming front the. Nicholo was built. It mat thnt priory that I Sensible Jlmmle."Jimmie :
'Ion since Inn narrow eucapp( and whenever on the nuUidc.Lucy lust the- Elk looked down into the face on May 9 each year the 'festival l of St. '
' laia mind 'wandered he wanted' to know wall.That Nicholas: in-. held with ," asked his mother, "whv are
but greet-
did not speak, her heart came besidn him und caught Lucy's eye. spirit will have its influence for good. rejoicing by
:wberl "the boytt"1 I would come. The bor.wou'd into her. (hroat unbidden and with a thrill "The \\olves have gone, girl," said ho. The more it is cultivated by young and old pilgrim from all parta of the world. II you so persistent about"going to your tJ'DCfeJohn's
never come, for they slept on tho of tenor. "Tbe)" could not break the Indian's arm." the nearer i is the world drawing to tho for Christmas? '
mountain side. and Lucy bad' not strength % 'I'\amma"S' r ult. : 'Cau e he hain't got none of them smokeconsumers
"'c know.lie's, here. Something spared CJooe No.. In another second a fist struck golden'year, and as the Christmss bell%
to 'lt.ll him the truth. him spared nim ; for you, girl," continued the poital and a voice exclaimed. from hill to hill, answer each other in the i on his chimbley*. Santa Cum

For some timd*.U.( C. nfeht the girl con tho spokesman\ of Uic bftnd.\ "Weonly want "A'happy Nw Year to you, miss.. We mist we can aayr"Ring me'"Mamma to spend for I'm Cb..u.WOlll'afraid that money! you gave" I. kin git i inter. hi* houseDetroit J"Ne ePress.
/ttnticd to sit at the co.>. fcor riveteid upon1t to him and ask him ." go round. .'
guise nee .few que tions guess )'ou.vo: won him fairly. You'venuroed In the valiant man and free. ":Sot round ,
the,wliite'-fnoe of her betrothed. The ticki "llutsour mission mcanl1bol'o than that/'. him through and you km have the last survivor -, The eager heart, the ,kindlier hand; "No, go not? after Why 'Hot for a Whole Yeait"Christina
mamma I
.tag> of a clock on a rough shelf nailed to th* spoke Lucy" clasping her hand, a* shesK of the Katydid dialllst r. Good night Ring out.the darkness of the land. ." ', get I wantmynclf.
Wall sounded like the strokes of a triphamner | >ke. "You are tho men from acrora tho girl," and then Lucy heard footsteps' the Ring la th* Christ that I*'to be." come but'oneet '0'year."***"
but Lucy did not-Jook up. Hhe watched divide-you are from Death Valley camp" band retreated but the Indian still kept bis .Golden Day "Why,all'you extravagant little acampt""It'a Uncle Eben ,"but .dar.atn'-n" .o 'jection Mr

*the sleei>er' andi I br. thought were with "She's located us squarely,"...he heard : strong hand at the well guarded planks. ..shouldn't have your" fualt, mamma; yori anybody'-" kta* da cheerfulness aD. jneVority -

, him: a rough voice aay. "You an', fool the girl! It was a long night for the mountain girf, A Christmas Legend in Belgium.The tante* in me."-ClereUnd enconraoed,I'lain such 'lIpeo 1ve ob it bold ovub fob 13 month, elbe
's Buddenl,.ahe..rd a noi i,e that startled in there.. Tell her something else." but she had a companion in her vigil, for ah" Dealer.! )want ter."-Washington Star
her from her choir. Bhe went to the door Lucy's face seemed to flush at these words would not let the redskin depart." Slowly children of Belgium have a charming I
yand put her c.r agaiant it while agaia she and she looked at tho Indinn7"White ; I over tho wild landscape broke the first I Christmas I legend about Hanta: dans'. pan). Don'tahe, .fUstahe.Juot ., Shared the Common Lot..

,'.ant a swift glanee toward Paul.; girl no believe tho wolves?" said mornlug of the New Year, and Paul slum They always place their wooden sabots on becaulle'your wile tells
She had for aeveral day* expected visitfrom he, hia dark ere falling her for bered dreamless of the shadow you to buy HW ere you, ever held apt""I
, vpon a moment. that engulfed i the window-ledge, stuffed full of ouU, bay, her something uncial don't
think "
>, the sunteonieross- the mouatain and n \- v{ H I him during the night and fodder she,will should say so.
} Just passed. 1 I for the "dear Christmas pon). j l be satisfied/ if you send her boue barrel
he' might .be there. .. The.mountain. ....maid shook, her. head., .At. last. as-the. sun kissed the tip* of the la the early morning they run on tiptoe to of flotuv-N. Truth, a "Wbenr""Every -
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R HOTEL CARLlITON.situated: MELBOURNE on a hlltb bluff FLA.BeautitUlly over.-. i PRICES J
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WHEN B..r YOU, Mrs 00 Chas TO J.MELBOURNE"'. Campbell &can Co.,at MIIIlnoty the. rLI'
Notions, Dry floods, Ladles' :
e.1. Cor.eta and ,woven el.e.,embroidery Underwear. ,and Ferris'colored ReIlOWn.readymade silks, __ iD..ea.pp o Q) Grovvers_ H

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bAKINGPOWDER spoons Stationery,eta
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trip to Orange county.returned from his I-l. Price $26.00. P- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to f'LtGUARANTEED t

Absolutely Pure Capt. Geo. G. Gleason and Dr. Brain- ANALYSIS:: : us for prices, and we will)1 prove to you we can save you money. I 4

erd, of Eau Gallie, were In town last i 1IIol"tl1.-....:............. ......... .......... .......... ...... 8 to to STEAMED BONK RAW BONK
Wednesday. Ammonia .. ................... .. .... ...... ... ... R to M2O I 1
EH Kqiml to Bnlplute of Ammonia._.... :.... .........,... ..:...:. to 3BB BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
Mrs. Henry Whiting and her pretty :. Available' .. ............... ........ .. .......'........ to II ,
MVM lAKINQ POWOM CO.,NIW VOBK. neice, Miss Edna Rowlew, of Melbourne Kqual to Hone I'anephate of Lime.............................................. 11 tola DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
Beach, In Potash. K2 lr................... ... ............. ................................ a to II S
.- were town, Monday, calling Equal to Sulphate of rotaah.................... .........,.*,............ ... 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
on friends. MuKnoxIaLimeSoda, etc. .......i............................,...,........... 66 to uo E-t I
Vergil Moon, of Indiana, arrived here Cfr- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, :

Ankona. last Monday, to spend the winter with COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Trog- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery .at very low 0 "

ur young orange groves: are ladenII don.F.. H !I prices. 1 1
beautiful fruit. Grapefruit is also L. Moore\ of Washington, was hereon
bmlnnt and of the finest varieties. a business trip, and while here, weunderstand | Please Correspond with us bofoi being induced to buy from Doalor Send for j a1
sold of his
one cottages on
everal real estate deals have recently i
Strawbridge. Pamphlet.
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urred, and new capital and new en- I
prise are the order of the day. Invitations were received by many of LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. i
our people to attend the annual masque to
Eldred has returned from a pro- ,
S. ball at Eau Gallie, Dec. :'list. Those who
tted visit with his sons and daughters attend
are sure of a good time.
arrallton, 111. Mr. Eldred is in good I Tacl sor: .v1J.J.e. FloJ:1d.a.
Ilh, and he derived great benefit from Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Messmer, Mrs. F. t
trip.r C. Irwin and two daughters; of Chicago,
( are now nicely fixed In their
W. S. Graham, of the Miami Met- winter home on the bluff. pretty zer, L. S. Jacobs, Jacksonville; and latlng among the bean growers, on Fri j
oils, spent Saturday with Mr. and Toothpick, St. Louts, were registered at day last. G. G. SPRINGER I'
J9. C. T. McCarty. He came after hislie The new bicycle track between Eau the Palm house this week.
Walter Robbins, who has been Gallie and here is an assured thing, and The steamer St. Augustine delivered
lh SOD, McCarty for five weeks. John McAllister Is one of the most The Epworth League will hold a :SOU bean crates to I. Collins on Satur- q.
Mrs. earnest workers for it. Christmas service on Sunday, the 26th day night, to be used on Banker Brown'splace. '
.i very pleasant} and quiet wedding octred Inst. All members are requested to be Manafactnrer, Retailer and Shipper Of
at the residence of the groom: on Messrs. W. II. Munn and Eugene Ran- present, and all non-members ore In-
i 8th lost. On that date Miss G. S. dall are having fine sport quail hunting. vited to be present. Let everybody at- The. steamer Spartan has" taken theCourtenay's a
limes, of Croswell, Mich., arrived, ao- They have brought three fine bird dogs tend; the services promise to be very run for a few weeks. This "
: Is the fastest steamer the river and
from the north with on ICE
them .
pan led by her mother, and the Rev. this season.A Interesting. Capt.'Neabltt Is very obliging.
f. Gove united in holy wedlock Mr.
reception was given to the Uev. J.
lIIam Pomeroy to Miss G. S. Holmes. B. Hawk and family last Monday even- rzrCArES:; MILLINERY, at O. & W's. Mrs. J. R. Ragan was very 111 a day or .e'
Pomeroy was a former prominent two last week. Dr. Hugblett was
Ing, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
ireo of Croswell, and came here last Frank Fee: Over sixty were promptly called and relieved her., We .
mer. lIe Is an Industrious young present.Mr. persons ARE YOU IN NEED of a good Kentucky are pleased to say she Is all right again.R. Distilled Water ;
n and has provided a ntfat and well Horse? Call at Captain Rice's ,
B: Stewart, of Brantley, has shipped -
and charm- and Mrs. Wm. II. Munn of Holyoke and .
tnished his
home for get one
young 0(>0 boxes of to date and
b bride, who is a sister of Banker R. Mass.; and Eugene 8. Randall, of will ship at leist oranges 400 more up this season., Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers. ji
Holmes, of Cocoa; and Mr. James Boston, are now comfortably located in Ills returns aro satisfactory :
Imes, a prominent pineapple grower Miss Allen's pretty cottage near Hotel .
J Jensen, both well and favorably Bellevlew. Sheriff Rrown was attending to official FACTORIESCocoa
business In Banyan on Friday of Innt and West Palnl Beach. ,
The W
|own ID Brevard'county. young Mrs. Sheadle, of Gerard, 0., a sisterof Mrs. Forster and her father R. Enos
week. Next term of court will
,uple are both accomplished addition musicians, Mrs. Mary Fee, arrived in town, of Orchid, were in town a few ago- be quite Interesting to some of the .. .. ..
il I will be a valuable to our Thursday, and will spend the winter In - -- -- -- ---
Ibbatb school and social circle. Miss Helen Allen's the Services at the school house were well Banyan citizens.
pretty cottage on
banks of attended last Sunday, Orchid, Enos, Nar-
GARDNER & WALKER HAVEiron rows, Woodley and Toledo were repre- 8y-TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION' .
Rev. W. C. Barnes and Messrs. Frank sented. .
[ beds. at Mrs. Reynolds, Titusville.Mims. ;
Robertson and \V. W. Barden, went t
south in the launch Jean to attend the Messrs. Grove and Roberts, of Sebas-
LARGE STOCKY CELERY PLANTS Dwarf Golden Heart Golden Self-
tian, are in town, working on the Uep-
I-We are still giving away, free, to- opening of the Gilbert's Bar YachtClub's ner residence. Blanching, (iantl'aschallWhite Plume, . . . . .p2,75per1000:
TCCO seed with full instructions for new club house. CABBAGE-Succession, Sorehead, Flat Dutch, Drumhead, Barly .
owing. Call or send.Georgiana.. Mrs. H. M. Winters gave a lecture on Miss Leethle Wigfleld- -, of- -Toledo; andMiss Summer .. . . . . . . ., . ,.. . . 3.73 per 1000
Mrs. Jacob Kyeer, who has been very It
of Narrows,
"Rome and Venice in the school Louise Dawson, were Also Snowball.
building last Saturday evening. The calling on friends in town on Monday 111 for the past week, Is gradually Im CAULIFLOWER . ... . . . . . . . .(.00 per 1000 .e',7'
lecture was Illustrated by some tine Leatherman will commence proving. ASPA RAG RAS-Mammoth, Conover' Colossal, anti Palmetto . ".00 per 1000 rri
views thrown on the screen by Rev. W. school Miss Lucy early in January. The schoolhouse ,George O'Donnel, of Boston, Mass, Horse Radish Sets: . ., ,. , .. . . . 1.00 per 100 r"S

C. Barnes powerful stereopticon. is nearly completed and. all. seem returned to this place Saturday where L. CAMERON, Seedsman, '
|F, W Munson took' a party over to The Rochester, Capt. Bennett, of Eau well pleased with the building. he will! spend the winter.

oa In his sailboat on Monday. ,, Gallie, brought down a Jolly party of The entertainment to be given for the Miss Gertrude MimI has gone to 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. P I r{ '

I Mrs. Chambers has been quite sick, twelve, who were on their way to the benefit of the Narrows Library Association Tropic, where she will visit her sister .. .
'nt was some better last account. Inlet on a pleasure trip. Among those', will be held here January 1st at 7:30: Miss Stella Mlms. -- I

on board we noticed Mr. and Mrs. Wilson p.m. i Miss\ Bellenfaiite1 Is expecting her

I A.week L. Bruner after,more wife and tomato baby plants., was overis Miss B. Wilson, Arthur Wilson, of Messrs': King and P. Leatberman have friend, Miss 8. Wilkes. of Cullcoka: The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
Chicago: ; Mrs. E. A. Landon and daughter i
each a new boat ready to launch, and I. Tenn., on the 2JI'lllulit.I. : .
Bliss Anthony, Miss Mapes and "auntie of Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Ives, O. K. ,,
Leatherman has commenced work on a of Ohio arrived here last .
ughes" Satury. Kosche of Chicago, and others. Ale, J. Byer, ,
went to Cocoa -
shopping ,
J. Goode joined the party here. They twenty-seven foot catamaran.jarFURNITURE Thursday. lie will\ probably make Improvements :ID. BVnLOWc'1( :a5an: a.-or. .. ;

expect to be gone a week or more. on his place. (LATE CHAPMAN A: SUDLOW.) ,
Thermometer 800 the shade Sun- W
in for Xmas. O. & I
y. Compare that and your blizzards, The Epworth League met on Sunday South Jacksonville Florida. '.' :
poor shivering people up north. DO YOU WANT A HORSE t See the night, and a very interesting programme ,
rendered. Four new members were !
Rice's stables Tltusville. Micco. was MANUFACTURER OF "
at ,
bargains ,
Miss Etta Mapes and Archie Cham- received Into tbe League.

pa, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hainlin went :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mims. and little
uck hunting last Friday. They suc- When in want of any kind of building The schooner Queen passed here on R. E., Miss. Callie Mtms. Miss Carrie Pineapples, Oranges, ;
eded In getting thirty. loads otherwise theBuilders' her south last Friday. r'j
material In car or way China, Mr. Travis and Mr. W. J. btra- _
Vesey Hall has sold his house to Nero Supply Co., at St. Augustine, Mr. Jergensen, of Grant, was In town ban spent this week In Bonaventure. Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material ,
ootman, who has taken the contract to will be pleased to make you a delivered 1 one day last week. The following names are on the roll .

prnlsh ian River 200, Rockledge.cords of wood for Hotel In- price agent's at or your middleman's station. commission You have no to Mrs. Frederick, of Grant, 'was visiting; of honor: Aleph Mlm. ,. Jimmie Susie China Mlms, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dost, Kanit, Etc. Also t
Mrs. Bertelson last week. George Strahan,Oscar Boyd, ,
Mr. and Mrs. McMenara and three pay. Nell Scholleld. Tho v'amo'uls :Hard-Timoef: ( :3rand .f)

lilldren from Connecticut, came Tuesy HAVE Oranges, pineapples and sweet potatoes Club was entertainedby Ammonia. . .... .... . . ,4 to It per cent J (
and are keeping house In the par- IP:; GARDNER & WALKER are still being shipped from here. The Miss Magazine UellenfanU on Friday evening.The Available PhoH. Acid.... .U to 8 per cent } J or 920.OO Per Ton. n

nage. The three bright children wardrobes. Mrs. Jerome, of Cocoa, was toe guest next meeting will be held.at Mrs. Potash K 0. . . . ,0. to 7 per cent ) I
re quite an addition to our school. of Mrs. Ella Harris last Saturday. Feaster', Dec 80th. Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the lust Bulletin. Write for ;

TVetby & have completed Sebastian. of Orlando, stopped Prices. Orders for :2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all ;,
Wagner C. Brownrigg, R. I. Herndon, who has been In charge
elr railroad from the store to the ware- here with his yacht last week, en routeto of M. T. Jones' orange grove, has goneto freight charges notice.Fred'k.. to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until a4 ,

'ouse, and have their car In good run- ."Toothpick" was in town Thursdaylast. Cocoa.J. Georgia, where he will spend Christmas

nd mg push order.line.They" call it "the Jump off Williamson made a trip to Sebas- with his mother. ---- th

L. S. Jacobs was here Monday. tian last week In his yacht, the Black : Jessie Beck, who has been visiting his
A. L. Bruner came over from Oceanust attended Diamond.We father, W. A. Beck, left Monday, for S
week after Dr. Chambers to go and Fred Weir, of Toledo, ser- have had some cool weather this Tacoma, where he will\ be married to S. Morse v

trend Mr. Bettis, who was seriously Ill. vices here Sunday. month, but no frosts have appeared yet. Miss Treacy English, formerly of this ;. xTVTXATVTT
fne doctor made two trips over, and the C Mrs. G. W. Keith and son, of Narrows, Let us hope they won't. place.
gentleman is .
now Improving.A Sunday with friends here.J. -

nd prominent resident on Merrltts Is- spent. Williamson, of Mlcco, was here, spending Mrs. C.the Price summer has.in returned Macintosh, ,after Fla. (East Coast news continued 2nd page.] REA.rl:: :ESTJ.TE: : : ,

recently remarked, "The pink paper Saturday, in his cat-boat Black Diamond. ----- -

the i' sheet ADVOCATE, and it)is is not a bright only,full newsy of good andre Arthur Kroegel made a flying trip to from Jas New Williamson York, and arrived will here spend last a couple week KT-DOLLS., BLOCKS, Etc. Gard.: W. :X:>>>ado Oo., .a :J1WLOD.J.A.: x,

"Wing of Interest to most of our people, his homestead, Saturday night; return- I of months with his parent Mr. and Mrs. - -- -

ut i Is the largest weekly paper printed ing Sunday. Jos. Williamson.L. JOHNSON LAW CO AGENT FOR LANDS OF -

"n the East Coast. Such a paper de- The sloop Minerva, Capt. Jack Linn, C. Moore came up from Roseland, THE ,

lr d yes every support from our merchants was in harbor Monday.W. Sunday, In his naphtha launch Tartar, Florida East Coast Railway Company, '

settler" C. Braddock fell from his wagon, with a party of gentlemen. They were Electrical & Mechanical: Florida Coast Line Canal A: Transportation Company, y a

The Sunday School Board met and Tuesday, and cut quite a severe gash in the guests of Jno. F.Delaney while here. Boston A: Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.

, .lected officers for the coming year. For his leg. Mrs. Klmbal, of New York, who has'
ENGINEERS.The .. .. .. .. .
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[uperlntendent, F. W. Munson; assist- cat-boat Widow is out on the ways been visiting; her daughter, Mrs. Piazza, ,
fnt,Mrs. Maude Wagner; secretary Miss The and repairing for the past few month, Intends to Electrical Supply '
W Wlttfeld; treasurer, Miss Myrtle for a general overhauling return shortly, being called away on lost Complete "A Morsel fit for tbe gods > :
P al "''n. The elected Hall lead a very interesting -
teachers are to be Mrs. Murray business.
House iff the State.......
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the the league last Sunday
next meeting of the Board. We meeting of "
"a good preaching, an excellent Sun- S. Kitchlng will lead the next meeting.Mrs. A CARLOAD of Kentucky Horses. will "and prices to snit tbe man '

ay school and a first-class day school. Marion Smart, of Pine Bluff be on sale at the stables of Capt. E.H.
One and lee. Ark. Is here on an extended visit i to her Rice, Titusvllle, to-morrow (Saturday).

father, Jas. A. Hudson. Mrs. Smart is "Coin Special" brand Hams & Breakfast Bacon
with the Indian River country.
in love
Buy lumber and other building ma- Banyan.
.rial direct launch Comfort, with a 'o
from the Builders' Supply The gas-motor Manufactured by r i
[t-0.< st, Augustine,and save the lumber- party .,f young men from New Jersey, Arch Simmons spent Sunday with r
wd man' commiasion.ENTUCiIY was In port a short while Saturday.The friends in Banyan.

houseboat Rochester, of Eau PineapplMi are doing well and promisea THEG. H. HAMMOND COMPANY M. r

Gallie, was in our harbor Tuesday, witha large yield next season. ,
HORSES. A carload for aboard.
sale cheap at Rica's stables Titnsville. jolly lot of slghtseekers The vegetable gardens In this vicinity
to the oyster condition. Chicago and So. Omaha. Florida bronchi. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Fritz Light made a trip are In a flourishing
bedthis week, and reports the bivalves ,' Frank Harper spent a few day. Prices on Lard, Canned Meat, Bacon, etc, furnished on application.

Remember that the IXDIAX Rnr B as getting; ; very fat and fine in flavor. visiting Mrs. her daughters this week.J. -- -...-- ...- .- .-- ..

tt bVOCArE: does all kinds of job printing Paul Kroegel has an order to build C. Creech mad
and R.
short not nd a'Ca to Cocoa on Monday.J.
be convinced that It Ja the> place to Providence, R. I. Mr. Green has a win a business' trip
P 's job printing done. ter residence at Micco.Besos I W. Scott, Ben Jernegao sod Ed '
forwardto Porter have goo op Banana river on a' ALL KINDS
and tomatoes are going i ;
day, and P"ces -, deer '
markets every
northern Bxseotod at Ui.
would esteem the favor If our are going op. Our trackers are, James Slmonson, of MJcsnopy .,., THE JOHNSON LAW CO., I "

l1r wkB Citing or calling appowe beginning to wear bright smite I representing John ITU Co., oomnls-. .: _. o 1Jaetso.vlBe. fl*. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.r
"ertllen York WM r .
of New elreu- .
to pal'C..lDel'Cbaad1. e, G. B. 1'1t.1 don mercbant ,
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( f i 4 i'f HARDER THAN A DIAMOND., The su.l.rowtr5: ,, c; THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company Florida East Coast R\J

ii ? j ,, + l1'' A French Chemlit Dtfoowmrf ot a Hw' Tins Tables M* Onrrretwl Ja<>. 8, leap *

Kind of Orjr.t... Orangeshave
Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement bOUTH $OV2 D {Read Down). NORTH BOUND'
Henri Molnsan, the distinguished .1&a<1 CPl.
d'' ) Frenob chemist who created .uiigatioua No u s'' ST4T1ON5. u .
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T3J5ilftua TBS? .... Lv...... J..... onvilleAr ... uv
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I ;j 47.t. few years ago by producing small I found out that only by Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.t Up ....:: ., t.....St. A".ttue..Lv." '"" TES7wu ..
( +, : white, diamonds in bis eleotrio fnrnaoa Paring :. ...... Lv.,....J:>t. Arftwtlue....,...,4 a9ry JI :; :: .. ,..:
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now credited with another interesting the liberal use of fertilizers con ti.-., .. ....Bant PalatkaPolaika. ........ .. 4 :::: ::
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408 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. ... llw* ...... ...... Lv........ Paalke..Ar." 4' .v ., .. .. .
work, while perhaps not quite ao startling taining 10% and over of actual : 1 ,..... ...... Ar.Lv.'........Him Mateo..I." 81\1 ..,".'..
the MUNNERI/YN General Manager. .. ... ...... ......... .. ..
? ) as other will probably prove J. K. 8 Ob .. bau Mateo ....,...Ar. 1Ito!) ... ..
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+ 7 more practioal benefit to mankind ...... lob ..... ..... ...... : .'DaytocaJPortOrange..... ...... ...... ... ...... ...
(, It"a and hence u aonrce of greater revenue ...... 118 ...... ...... .......: ... .. .ft ...... ...,.. ..
Iry "' to M. lloissan. Potashcan ...... l 6p ...... ...... ...... .i......N..w Smyrna: ,....... Z llA1mm l .... .... '...
Xn.dl.an. :EI.I.'V'er.: : ...... .... ... ..... ......... OnkHlll. ..... :: ... ... ..,
,v i; : Hitherto the diamond baa been considered Ta.1E.e a. Trip: ox3.: : : : ...... ....,. ."..... ...... .........Tiruavtlv.'I, Uti"( ...... .. '...
the ...... .. ...... ...... w .........CitvPoint......... ..... ... '.
Ci hardest thing in nature. .. ... ....... ..... ......... ..Dot*.... ........ .. N 1211: .. ....... ".' .
Ur'lVI f The closest approach to it until recent- they raise large crops of' ..:... 1hip..' ...... ...... .,........Kwklrduo........ .. j ll"'v: .;...... ..,.....: .... ....
ly made the ...... : .. ......., ...... ........Jean Ualiie l ......... 11\WQ ..... ...... ... ...
was by ruby. Something ... .... .... ... ... ..
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i; half way between them in this respect well flavored richly colored ...... .. ...... ...... .........]\\t>lbonr'''n.\.... ,. 11-u\"*. ... ... .,...........
b was, discovered only two three ...... 46ip ...... ........ llixelHn 1.N....... 10-I... .".... .... ...
or years -.... 4 Sii ,:,:: .... ,. ..:. .........bebasiiaa." :
ago by E. O.'Aobe on of PltUborg, who fruit. _... seup .. ... ........ HI. Lnuin...:..... lU t...8
: was experimenting with eleotrio furnace -... 6 OHp ..::.. e 00n!! :: ....... Fort PlIII":........ Ubiin' .:::::.::: ,. .,
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f We have some special circulars and ...... 4 Dip ...... .,.9075 .........."I!: ...n.'O'n. ..... .' .... il
; { for an entirely different purpose. pamphlets ...... ttupTOlp ...... 8Na: ". ....... ..Jeuwi. ........ ilL;-, ... ... I
on this subject. They are free. Send .. ... .... .1 I :....:
) He too was trying to make artificial /4hp. 84.11. ..... JtiuartAlicia ......... ,,4ui.: .... .... I
r for them. :.... .. .....; Tlla'I .......... ......... ...... .. .....'I
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[ jewels and succeeded in getting a lot.of & BAY BISCAYNE INLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY ,. Zip ...... ...... el"ha II' ........Hnba bound....... .. .... .
t small crystals which were neither diamonds .- GERMAN KALI WORKS, INDIAN RIVER ::... 7 Sip ...... .....4 SLIM! :: ...... Vem. Jupiter....... :: .....: :::::: ::::::.I.IS I
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ft Naiua St., New York .I .h.. I dies .... & 02p.. ..
: nor rubies but were harder than Commencing Monday December u n. the; steamers o o I ..... ..... II OOa' Ar..Waat. Palm Beanh..Lv.I : .::..:: ::::::. 1 1:1:
f the latter. They were composed of 09 Bay Biscay Inland Navigation Co.. Is appointed to sail as follows: :::.. 8iOp. I...... ..... IJIhJ: '..... .. ..Lluion. ...... .' ............, ::::::L
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parts of silica. and 81 parts of carbon. Leave Tltusvllle Monday .. . .. . . . . ... . . . .6:00: p. m. ...... BSpoaop(............ J3.'Ip .....Jort Liitulerdale..... .". : .... .. ...........I,
( ...... lO2Op ...... ..... 41( a ........Lemon Oltj.. ..,.. 11
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Technically the subntanoe is a "carbide suasion. His wire who has just died in Arrive St. Lucle River . . . . . . . . , .Tuesday I ...... 1..... ..... t 1W D A r..........aliami..... ....L v. 6 + .. ....,..::::.....'.. .. I
Ii .t of silicon. France to whom he was married in Leave a. .. . ... .. . ... . .. . . .. .. .Tue day I! ...... I
The discoverer however 1890 was a daughter of the Earl of Arrive Titusville, Wednesday . I. . . . . . . .s: 0a. m A. A w. BRANCH:: Tralnn W, 86, sr and 25 bet-.l

f gave to it the name carborundum and Btrathmore, of one of the oldest and Leave Titusville.II .... .. .. . . . . . . . .0:00: a. m. g | STATION3.LT..JJ' No. ,1. p eonrlllnaml: SL.between AI1 ,lJlttln"duU1,
? is now manufacturing about two tons Arrive II .., ,. . . .8:10:: p. m. Plitea.J / eti!:Smyrna..Ar. ITsSIt :2.pPleroedsiiill:; ex r ten Mh\ll I and
noblest houses Reams ei"
.jt'3 of it daily at :Niagara Falls for corn- of Europe the peerage .. .; .*. .. . .9:00: p. m. S COp 11 28a L/T, ....LakeHeenn! ., alp.1 4 sip Train :**, between B\rt'PI.&T. ,
Leave Reams m
tnercial purposes. It is used for the dating from 1606. Its great ancestor, Arrive Tltusville, ,. Thursday . . . . .' . . . . .0:00: a. m. .1 \ i p> lIl11a 11 Ua TJT Ar., :.....Orange.Orange City..Lv.City: .. .Lor.U 19o 15p II 8 811'21p Miami Tialns dr 1.and except. 78 M<"'.'at''1.

same purpose as emery. Sir John Lyon feudal baron of Forte-1' Leave Tituaville.II .. .... . . .. . . . .8:00: p. m. tine dally, except" Scuds $41
Hoissan's new product is a carbide viol was son-in-law of Robert II of I Arrive St. Lucie River. Friday

r't' F of the rare metal titanium. The proper Scotland. When Sir John married the . . . .. . . .. . . . . . ... Friday The .teaa"BISCAYNE"..r

i i'' materials having been deposited in a Lady Jane Stuart, the 'king's second Arrive Tltu vllle, Saturday . . . . . . .. ..... ...9:00: a. m.l
f ;p small crucible made of lime an electric daughter he obtained by royal grant the Making all intermediate landings on signals. Connecting with J., T. & K. 5 e .

tbauedom or lordship of Olamis. The W. both directions. '
current of large volume and low voltage R'ylo
A. W. BUIE.Gen'l
;' is turned of family history is closely connected with GEO. F. MILES, lit appointed to Perform Service a* follow:
on, a temperature 4,000 or Sup'
the vicissitudes of the Stuarts and Manager.
+ 4.600 degrees F. is developed and then royal Leave MIAMI 10:03 p. m. Wednesday and Saturdays; connecting wth Train 31,
I the house of Albany but in spite of the
the staff ia allowed to cool. The resulting
extinguishment of so historical Lori KBT WEST 5:00: a. m..Tuesdays and Friday;
crystals are said to be harder than Gooueoting at Miami with Train 78 .
Scottish families that of Strathmore STEAMSHIP LINE. followingMorula",
ti I diamonds which now take the second MALLORY
place. Carborundum conies next, and "has stood against the waves and weathers J.F. BBUU.W1TU. J. D,'BAHKKB.:
;' of time."Washington Poet TraffloUan .- .........Je. ParsB..
t the ruby drops to the fourth rank. Florida New York. !1. AnrnaMna, Fla' .

The carbide of titanium is as much Philadelphia and Boston.From .

harder than carborundum as carborun Gallantry. Brunswick (via Port Royal, S.C.,)to New York.

.. Gum two are is only harder good than for emery.abrasive The service-latter Prim"Look at at the that seashore.girl" exclaimed"She might Mrs.. ei:14: Fernandlna PASSENGER, F. C. &; P. Ry SERVICE.Via and Cumberland. Route i The Tropical Trunk Line

that is: they are employed only for well have nothing on as that bathing Lv Jacksonville 8.18 a m: Lv. Fernandlna 1.80 p m; Ar

grinding and polishing other very bard suit." Brunawloic Via Everett.,alfrail. Fi Dally C. &; P.except Ry, and Sunday.So. Ry. Lv Jacknon- West

r substances.. It is probable that carbide "Never mind, dear; I'll cover her nvllle tM Board Ar faruniwlok 7.30 p m. Dally. Passenger Jacksonville,. Tampa. & Key Railw

i of titanium will have a much more extensive : with my glasses," said Mr. Prim sympathetically allowed on for supper Thursdays.! JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.

nae. There are many rock out- suiting the action to the NURTN-
tins drills which consist of a tube in word.EJEcha.nge. PROPOSED SAILINGS I SOUTH Time Table In Effect Noy.II'I'.'9'1'.
Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick. No, Na 208 1,1 No.23 N0.32. I Nm ie, N,.
of Lv.NewTorkPler21E.R.,8:30p.m., ( .
one edge which are imbedded brown ... BIO GRANDE.Friday Oct. 22 ........ Local: .104Gp "912aLv........J.A.CK80NVILLE..Ar 730.m HOpm I
or black diamonds. M. .Mol an's new :loam Capped Breaker Friday.Friday. Oct.Oct.iM.15 ......................... COLORADO... ....."....Friday, Oct:TO ........ MIxed 1120p area ............Orange Park......... .... 8 82ant 116pm III
product will be both cheaper and more "What a ridiculous sign?" Oct.2) ................ RIO GRANDE ....Friday, No*. 5 ...... MoW'y 1180p 9014a ......_ ....... ..Peorla..1.. 640am 709pmTi
Friday Friday! Nov. II........... .........\.........COLORADO.Jrlday, Nov. 18: ........ andEri ..... .........M.gnolla............... ..... ..........Tu
Sufficient than these. It may also be substituted "Where' ? Novlia..............................RIO GRAND!. Friday Nov. 19 ....... ........ 120lp 1006a... .. .GreenCove SprIng..... ... 800.m 648pm.t
j for real jewels in watches, delicate "Why, Snag Barbor' 00 that road. Friday, ........ .. .... .. ........ ,...........lIo.twlck. ............. ........., '
For general Information steamer trains, rates etc apply to any railroad agent or to ......... 11 BOn Ilea 10Na) ? ... ..... ..Palatka............ ... IIOOam 600pm 18
", A balances and in other mechanism house two miles from the water. Isn'tit CHAB. DAVIM,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jackaonvtlle. ........ 1243p. Itlla 1110. ..........,...Bat.um................. .28.m 834pm t0114p
where small bits of particularly hard absurd?". H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Acent; Brunswick Oa. ........ 20ta 1128a ....... ......Pomona................ .14am 524m la
Pier 20, E. River,and 302 Broadway N.Y. ..... ... 1 .. It alia .......4nlscentCltyJunctlon.: ,..... all8am 610pm as
material are needed as bearings. The "Oh that's on account of the schoon C. H. MALLORY General Agent ........ 2 Bap 240a It 5"4.. ,...........8ttvllle............ ... a40am 466pm Ills
I discoverer has applied for patents on his ers "-Detroit News. ........ tOO p a22a 1222a ? .... ...DeLeon Bprlngs....... ... 30'lam 426pm10t430p
...... 328. 1227p ....,....... Glenwood .............. 2M.m tl8pm
invention in this country as well as Europe ... ..;. 1110 P alii a 12 tov ,.,... .......Bere.ford.............. 23l1.m to3pm i
.l and it is thought probable that Her Choice. ........ Seep 8005 125npArM Lv.......... 816pm.....
....... .30 P ....,... 12 2fIa L. """"".DeLand {Ar ... .... t2llpm....
j the French academy will award him a Mrs. Teeters (to her niece)-Let mewarn .. .. 11211 P ........ t4014p ....... ......Entel"J'rl .... ...... .... ...:...... 1229.m....
certain 'l ,OOO prize offered some time ;you against marrying a theatrical :.....:. ........ ........ B Sap All .........TITUSVILLE......... Lv tloa .m..
4J ........ ..... .. ........ ..... ...........Paola................. .....
ago for a satisfactory substitute for black person for such people never have any .... .... .... .... ........ .. .. .,.,Borrento................ ...... .. .
diamonds. money. L__ .. ...... ........ ........ .2fp) ;. ...;. .;:...Mt. Dora................ .........' It lIen .....
Titanium when is white Mills But it is yk- ........ ... .... ... ... .. 4 sop Ar..Tavares...,.........Lv .... ..... ,1100.11I": .
and Amy
pare aunty dear a w ........ 615p 445a'120pAr.Sanford.............Lv 13lI.m 23ipw 8.
about half as heavy as iron. It is almost property man I am engaged to.-New .Altamonte Spring.'
impossible to because York Journal.An :::::::: :::::::: :;::::::: Winter Park: ,. ::::::::::
buy any ........ ........ 'sees 230p.' ;....;.. Orlando .... ......... 1I117pm 210rm...
I there is no demand and consequentlyno .... .... ........ .... ..:.....;..Kissimmee. ............. ..
.. .. ........ .Bartow .... .
it is /y "
production. However not so r :...::.. ........ 830 a 4 201' ...."...;......Lakeland ..........? .Dlllpm 1222am ,,,,
very scarce. An oxide of titanium found Interrupted Fropoul. ........ ........ 1025a !lOp .J1artow..... .. .... ... tellOI'm 746am.,,,
in the form of small black stones that On the grainy mound they; cat near the gently ........ ........ lI'OOpAr..Punta. Gorda..... ....Lyt2211pm ...,
( flowing Platte, ........ "...... 911II a 525h' A,....... ..... .. ...... ........ 7topm 1115am ..,.
give a red mark is picked up in some With their tandem lying humbly at their ....... ........ ... ..Tampa ....
newly plowed fields in Pennsylvaniaand feet i .. .. .. ........ 1085a 8 OOp Air... .;... ... Port Tampa..Lv'700pm'10355m.,
) ..;; ... Mon and sat. 100opLv.Portremps..........Ar 230pmThem andSa
sells for |4 a pound. The metal is He a young and handsome bean whom aha oft ryrhSyr ........ Tues&; FrIda,.. 8 OOp ............. We.t.Lv D30pm wod.andAat
frequently found in combination with' addreued a. Joe. ...... .. Wed and Sat. e (OOa Ar.. .. ... .......Havana......... ..Lv 1230 P m
I She a rather scanty skirted maiden ..........
iron but has hitherto been .
regarded asa WhIspered soft the gentle breeie through the Dally t Daily except Sunday.
nuisance because it renders an ore re cotton bearing treeu, Trains'*l and 32 Carry Thron< fractory. A recent writer "Mil And the little bIrda were caroling above.It Indian RIver Steamers(new line) leave Titueville Mondays and Thursdays!! .t 6:00: pm.
says li Cocoa Rockledge, Eau:: OailleMelbourne. Stuart (St. Lucie River) and intermedlatepaInIndian >
lions of tons of iron ore in Virginia and wa.teal suet the sort of day when the HUM y RIver. Returning .mve at Titusville JDunday: and Saturday. connects wlthJT.
awayFor W. train for Jacksonville and Tampa.
New York made worthless w-
are by an outing In the atmosphere of love. at M-W, 0d'
Train 23, leavIng Jacksonville daily at 9H: a m., arrives at Hawthorne .j
presence of 5 or 0 per cent of titanium." 1SO, Ocala 2:10: p. nLeesburg 8:65: Brooluvllle p. m. Train leaving:Jacksonville Ia:
-New York Tribune. Many; many time ha tried white thai sitting arrive at Oakland 8:43 a. m.,Laconnbee 6:40: p. m.,Tarpon Springs 8:66: p.m., Clearwator 1 M
.t her side m.. "'. "etersbarr 10:30: .m.,daily except Sunday '
To repeat the pretty story he'd rehearsed W. B. CO FIN. G. D. ArKKRLT rump, *A
"... American CltUen." But hi*tongue would not obey and hi. love General Superintendent. General

The Century has a short article by grew day; by; day ,
Till he often hill
the Rev. Dr. T. T. Monger of New Haven burt.thought swollen. heartwould 4 A

on the late Henry I.. Pierce, entitled Now ia deaperatlon he wa determined he
"An American Oltisen" in which would see HOMESEEEERS

Dr. Munger pays a very high tribute to Ia her at. young affection Juat where ha ..... I SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME'! LOW RATES -

the personal and ohio qualities of Mr. U hill prayer, in the wildness :
s1of heededsnot ,
Pierce of whom he says: I #
It i. refreshing in these days, when He would go and take a header in the Platte I Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. 'Pho are Seeking a Home in t
The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i
one man owns a legislature whose majority Then In .
aeoenta soft and low hi remark began
hold their seats by the most degrading to flow ]
"Comanche" (new) "Algonquin "IroquoIs "Cherokee "SemInole. undersign
should send to the
form of bribery ever devised From hi* pleading lip Into her listening ear. ,
and have prostituted government into a' Be attempted to imprison the fair hand he
eraved In hli'n. North-Bound.
machine that rule. by blackmail to And the maiden trembled .....
In mortal t.
a* Bteamors are appointed to sail according to the tide for of
turn our eyes for a moment from snob On the air a loud yell rung. To hi. feet he From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays Tuesdays and Thursday a copy the
a sight to a man who would not delegate quickly aprung From CHARLESTON. 8. C., Mondays and Friday..
his conscience or his manhoodto At his! knickerbockers grabbed a* if dietminod. For hour of sailing sec"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally paper..

another who could not be led by Then began.to dance around and in terror paw SouthBound.Steamers Florida East Coast Homeseelcl

friendship or by party or by abuse the ground. are appointed' to sail from Pier.29, East River New York,.at 3 p. m., as follows ,
Bed bean sitting yellow jacket.' neat I .
on a
to countenance injustice; a man who ; ForCHAIlLE 'fN, S. C.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
could not be frightened or deceived or Denver Poe JACKSONVILLE' !:,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesday and Frlilaja. I

bought by any sort of price bat stood, Clyde New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.) We have lands for Fruit Growing Trucking Tobacco Growing, Md
as if one with it, on the rock of simple Everybody Bay So.CaacareU .
(Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States-
honesty. There few of the
are men day Candy Cathartic, the most won
who could BO well use the words of the del'fulllJlldlcal discovery of the age pleasant STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"areappointed Apply to
Homeric hero and rorrelunir to the Uuie, act gently to sail a*follow i
"I bate
as the gates of and positively on kidneys, liver and bowel, From foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, From Lewis'. Wharf Boston Commissioner
hell the man who says one thing with cleansing the entire .,.tA>m. diapol cold, THURSDAYS. .. .RlDAY8.Clyde's JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land

his lips and hides another in his heart," cure headache fever, habitual constipationand COAST R'Y
billoiianens. Please buy and try a box FLORIDA EAST
an inscription which we commend as of U. C. U. to-day; 10, :2T\. AO cent. !Mold: and
fit to be placed ovor the gates of all cities guaranteed to cure by all druggists.WANTED St. Johns River Line.DE ST. AUGUSTINE.FMANIER

either those to be built or those undergoing -

the process of reorganization. I ( BART LINE)

Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landing on the St.John'River.

An AuMrtaoa Prlara Consort- to FAITHFUL travel for responsible MEN OR -The elegant Sidewbeel Steamer C(

Next to Mr. Perkins of Syracuse who established house in Florida. Salary "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," &: LANE MUSIC

married a Spanish infanta Mr. August $780 and expenses. Position perman CAPT. W. A. SHAW.

Jeasnp of Philadelphia has come nearerto ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. The National Star la appoInted to sail as follows 1Le.v.
rubbing shoulders with thanany
Insurance Bldg., Chicago. .. ;.iacksonville. Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdayys at 3.30 p. m.Le.y. .
other American of Ihe malepejr- .Sanford Monllay.. Wedne.daya: and Frida)'. at 9.00.. m. ,

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Read down. Read up.Leave Conover Fischer Fran

I.BO p.m .........................Jack.onvlll........ ................. Arrive 11.00 a. m. Kingsbury,
CANDY 845 p. m. ......... ........ .............tka...................... .. .. Leave 8.00 p.. m. ,
II 1.00 .. m. .......... ..., ...:\... .. A..CO................... ........... 2J1O p. m.
? ..30 a. m. .........................8t. F""n"I.t......................... 1.00 p. m.
CATHARTIC ? 5. m. ...................... Be.ord. .......................... JlJIO a. m. PIANOS.CHICAGO
/4 8.00 .. m. .........................Blue IIp..lnp.......................... II 11.00.. m.
Arrive 8.30.. in.-Sanford ............................. II 9.00.. DI.oo _
9,11II 5. m. ..........................En&4lrprl........................... II 9.30 a. m.

Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. COTTAGE OEGANS....

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Foot Hog n 8t. :lOt* West. Bay *. Lowest Prices ;

JOe Taco..O.Xoona: T.M., W.H.Waaaoarolya.v.p.A.' M.H.CLTDB.A.T.U. ..- Write for Catalogues. .
2Sc 50c MUSIC C03l1" .
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8 Bowline Gree..Ife. ro..1I. 1* I 80. Delaware) Ave.,Philadelphia 24 East Bay Street,




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|ADOW OF A NAME. of some antique ormolu articles, and I

two workmen who stoutly. olalmed the Fischer's Cottage.X : :OTP35IT sfft. I
articles, said that .
they "made" I
Ift PAINE'8 TRIBUTE TO THE To them. .. ._ .
prove assertion --- -
they set to !
IMORY OF CHARLES CHADBAND. work in court and showed how ormolu L 1m: Stroot;: ;, T:1.1'U.s'V:1.110.: ; : F1n. .!ill ii- "

was made "antique" with pumice Centrally located between both depots. Airy. rooms, good table pure drink t; '" ...NEW YORK... -
y Taj ated MaD Who Bore the powder. I nit water. lEI" 1:1: li! !
riel Of :Rates: $3.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. ---- !; .!!.
om.e of One of IMokene Celebrated CHR. F. FISCHER: Proprietor. ST-ALUREVOORT I MOUSED, :.:.. I

tar'-, Wrote Brilliantly bat FIREFLY FLASHES. .- I tigffJ.U ) V ? WARNIN.PON QU>m, [' R.8f't. .ti .k i ;
wt -- - -
PablUh.io'clook .: [ --- i
old Sot Method by; Which the IDled Emits J. O. BAST. = ; ; :r I
on tbe morning of Easter IU(Beautiful Light, t 91.= =- =- 2i. 1 15

In1 at his home near Malvern Well "By what process do fireflies produce IN=IAN'' RIVER I30TELd -' !a'a..u- ./ '
Charles Cbadband. the beautiful flashea,. f light" That is iw; l ; r.. I !
of Cbadband, thanks a question frequently asked and : ;
the name as en-
'.. ... i tth:ckeus, the reading world is familIt tomologioal books fall to give a satis- '-: TITUSVILLE, !tJ associated with oiliness, hy- factory reply the following explanation : : !! It!

.."".... .'.". af i and Is self seeking. At the very may be interesting: .r Indian Rivor. .'.;.&. ..H..h i: l Ilil .. a .g.. c... i 1
,. ... the remlnisoeut grin I have made a special of .! I I
" of tbe name study the .44- t : n.a. Jr5 -a
.... i .
.. He is a nationalBut light, and carefully examined the :W F.I .
..... .... on all faces. mechanism 1: I
. I of the :!. !! 1 ,
.... we pay for all our laughter, illuminating segments in i.s /
... ... have paid for the OhadbandI both male and female specimens. The J. O. BAST, II Ul ;j ,' r{ e. i iNnOPt.a..D

..." .... we I do not mean to say that the nn- light emitted when tested by the spec MANAOan- .2".3.! o .NrrorJllolaet I/ ,111 ralwDa"_ ly n

....... ....... ,1 !accident by which Dickens ned troscope gives a brilliant spectrum, ; a ir og$ uengao __ I$1114 t OHs'.rDQ -; jc

.... ".. the name of Ohadband for hieter which is continuous through all the Open All Tho Year. oA..rqs! -f: XKVKiXlltCMRto 1 ;rAtaunat. .... e J,
from the red to I:
was the causa of the death of the violet rays. 9 IlfllICORQlOIII .
.i 2
::: The [ i 1' ae = co: 1 ptn.wlaroan' t' kr
:Ii lei Cbsdband. It; waa not. Hediod illuminating organs consist of dis } :: =.., a0e 'OIl1I11C.ItOWL 5 I Iwl !

'.:: II all ordinary consumption, tinot spherical cells, each one of i Only a few minutes' . ..I that unhappy accident did whioh is about 1.2000 of an inch in i i w oi aucetS, IAIS aNrolauVla" '8 .a I
But walk from l;
.... act Hallway stations a] ISNInSltSUnw
I diameter and the o -! ;
... shadow the whole of.Charles Chad- beetle has power to I and Steamboat land- '
.1 life. It did prevent him from illuminate one or many of these cells at e Bt. !A 1'I= ;1I! :
: id's .
Is i
.... U I ing the place and fame to which lie will producing light of corresponding On the banks of the : II : '" n :-s: MootRAIE o o I, w
... intensity. The cells contain fluid CHARLW i r.o ,4 ... ,
.111 entitled. It has prevented a saturated far-famed Indian River. A "S
..., justly fctefll<
.....Ii, general public from reading one sin- with phosphorus and the covering --. -. .-- --- '! :e\\1 LMaS.JAIMeS ? t+ PROP ITR i .! ,15 '
.. 4I of the -- ;:J'
.. cell is so thin that
. .. I line of his very excellent works. atmosphere feiii8; .i $ II
...1$I i his literary executor I have had coming' in contact with it may affect ROCKLEDGE Gem of the Indian River.New .a i ... J, j
the contents.It !
choice but to destroy every line of 'FoaLt+a i
.a orlpt. in accordance with hilir has been suggested that tbe beetle
manu ..
r.ad Not a single copy has been produces the flashes of light or renders Rockledge Hotel will open Saturday, December 11. Home-like and at- --- --. !
and not one word of his works the phosphorus suddenly luminous by tractive. Fine shell roads; horses to drive; rowboat for fishing:; fine Did ulor
ant .D, remember be electricity-by the injection of warm launch; all connected with hotel; excursions to all points of Interest. Those and THE FLORIDA .
iJe t hll friends may corn- other attractions make than Is often !
fluids friction. more variety found In one place. Bates, $2.611( ;
-or by Bnt it is certain ,
I do not
ted to writing. easily to *.*. Special weekly rates until January 15. Correspondence solicited. Send
in the existence of genius, but I that the flash of light is made in an- for circulars. JI. p. SHARES, Proprietor.WHITE'S .
eve that Charles Chadband had other way. We may clearly trace a connection :
,109. Some far more competent to I between the spiracles and East Coast Hotel f

ge tban I am, thought the same. As trachea (spiral air tubes) of the beetle NOW' OPEN" System
etched the last sparks die out in the and eaoh of the illuminating cells and
find that the little creature renders 7.
pile of burned paper it seemed a the ;
k" that so much work and such won- phosphorus contained in the cells lumi- COTTAGE Rockledgc Fla
tul gifts should be all wasted for nous by forcing air upon them. The cell. And Other East Coast Hotels "
stupid, ignoble maddening rea- when thus excited emit light from their Pleasantly located near the largo: hotels. Largo airy rooms. Good Table.
>1- beoause b a the author had inherited surface.We Pure filtered rain water. Terms $1.50 per day; $7 to 10 per week.J. .

name of a character In Dickens. : may imitate the act of tbe beetle J. WHITE, Tropiletor. Reached only by .
by dissecting one and placing the illuminating -
e was very sensitive, but unlike ..
I very sensitive men he was Dotted organ under a microscope oo;- -- -- --- -- Tho Florida East: Const Railway from Jacksonville tojMlnml. ,. f re
ered by.a. thin glass cover. When the The Miami A West ,
or vain. When I was first in- Key Steamship Line from Miami toiKcy West :
uced to him he said laughing, : cover is lifted so as to admit a little air. Hotel Indian River For Schedule see ]tango 0. I i "
the cells become luminous.We '
e I be was no relation to the original I 'f
Iband. He reveled in Dickens and may add that the name 'firefly"ia gill 01111/1 J.\TO"' V' OPEN': 'I.1

iwa ily.ild 1] quote I had the known original him a Ohadband long timeore a a true misnomer beetle,,belonging as the "lightning in the natural bug"is Rockledge Fla. AUGUSTINE. Hotel Alcazar, MhM wa P. or""ag .... II liJ liJST. j v

order oaleoptera, and in the family ) '
I knew that the coincidence of Key West-_IIOTELJKKY WESTlalutupwsrlI i |M rlal weekly 't
him trouble at aiL lampyridte. K. Winder in Detroit; and voiiiinvnilitl Pete.. g
names any
gave Free Press.A lon |(, finny, M"ner, I"
I could make out
ag long
Io.al y he would not publish anything Millionaire' Estrayoc__ Miami-- ROYAL PALM, Open January 12th.I'I : ,

used to give the most absurd reasons An example of extravagance by .a HOTEL BlhCAYNE, Open December 10th. I ) '

1t, him reticence and when driven into well known millionaire who built himself il Tourist Season Jan'y' 15th to April 1st. \

net he would say that;he was going a castle in one of the English mid- Palm Beach-- novALroiNciAWA Open January 1/lth. ,. J

I3to publish, bat not yet. One night land counties is reported by The English __ '
ten I had just finished a long story of Illustrated Magazine. The water of the % Set =0 Z:: PALM BEACH INN Open December 25th. !

usIt I implored him to let me take it place was pure and sufficient, but a case Best Fishing and Duck Shooting In the South. Tennis Pool Billiards, Bowl- 1
IS ay with me to London and see what of scarlet fever occurring in the villageat Ingand: Boating. ;Rates $;3.110< ) per day and upwards. OrmondTIlE ORMOND Open January 8th. ) "

IDSIo ild be done. "No," he said. "No- a little distance from his residence Correspondence solicited. Address I i..
f ly would publish it. I told him that he took a dislike to the local water supply J. C. S. TIMBERLAKE, Rockledgo, Fla.Nevins' St. Augustine-roNCE DO LEON, Open January 10th.

.... (might be refused by five men out of and at a cost of over $400,000 provided Send to the General Offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East I' ;; C
.... t, but that the sixth would afterward himself with a fresh supply froma d'

.... proud that he had accepted it. distance of 18 miles Without childrenor C. n. KNOTT If
.. .. Then, quite unexpectedly the secret wife and a great traveler he does River view. General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. :'.+
... "No serious work" he said, &.
jrneont. not inhabit his own country place r.4e tI
8. bonld possibly do anything associated more than three months in tbe year. '
........ Ith tbe name of Chadband. He said Although he drinks no wine his water MERRITT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN RIVER.

.... M light heartedly that I thought he is an expensive beverage. Allowing only : "
.. as once more putting me off with a 8 per cent on the money with 1 percent On high pine land. Health, Comfort and Sport. No better Hunting and HOTEL ALGONQUIN \ f
rang reason, but I soon found that he ; sinking fund his water costs him ,p,
lag sincere. He imagined reviewers |350 for every day he visits his castle. Fishing In Florida. }(. W. KATMAN, Proprietor I : :,

Inking jests about his name and owned This supply it should be added is limited Open from December to May. M. B. 1\fAHON'. tkr
lat he would not be able to stand it to the one house. There is really ST. AUGUSTINE FIA. I

iSoSat ii surprised me, for he frequently no reason why. it; should be shared with Nuw Furniture end Fixture. ttiroiiliont.Klmtrlo | I G
., ked about his name himself and sod others, for the local supply ia ample bails In every runin. Fronting the OlilBluvo
Sit.Ii his friends. He defended himself. and of good quality. HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. Mitrketaiul. I'litxu.: Overlixiklnn the hay .
"That's different" he said. "ThatIn with One ocean view All white help. lUtee i
conversation men that I The Boinu Mao Ia Politic. .'...00 per day and ii|>wiiril.. M|>*olnl weekly. rate*.
among for Winter Season of 1808 Dec. 15th. Fine surf bathing fishing and 1
Open Rumple rouni.
us. ow. But I could not have some vnl- Watts-The business man In politics ,

w brute who did not know me at all is a deal of a fake. What can .a businessman Wheeling. Sea. Food a Specialty. _. .. ,, j
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I T.n sing the some thing in cold print. It know about; politics? SEISER & VININO, Proprietors.
rf auld present my stuff from the wrong Potts-At least you must admit thata '!: Opened
pint of view. No the associations ofe good business man would not sell a The HotelK Placido .1894

name are too strong. If you are $1,000,000 franchise for a paltry little ...1
lied Chadband yon are called Chad- 3,000 or so.-Indianapolis JournaL :aO'I'EL OO OJJz':: :: JACKftOXriLLK K-OU1JA. /

ud, and there' an end of it. You In the center of the city Main Street the line between and
The biggest; price ever paid for a MIAMI FLORIDA. on dividing east wont
V do what like in but ,
you private one block from liny. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. ,'
horse in America was 9185,000
on can come before the public only. Located Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus moots all train". Terms J.CO: per day aDd
with all modem
Forbes of Boston for Leland hotel improvements. on park one
J. Perfectly new
n intemperate hypocritical delicious by hates upwards.. Special rates by the week. JOHN 8. BOWEN Proprietor.Travelers' .
view of
is, and Stanford's Anion, a trotter. block from Hotel Royal Palm commanding Biscayne Bay. {
in other character whater. -
.toHe no $2 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month. -. ...._ t
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The enterprising highwayman relieves -
t would not hear of a pseudonymof many a man the doctors cannot ;
anonymity. If hi.work succeeded, touch.-Harrisburg PatriotA K
be secret would be found out, and he ,
n auld be ashamed. If it did not suoMriand 1. Saloon.Wickwire Seminole Hotel *! *! '

he did not; think it would- -Do you know that this it { N
.I 1 was not worth his while to add too the third time yoa have tackled me today Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

annual output of bad books. "Why ? You must take me for an electrio OPEN ALL THE YEAR. This hotel Is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated' P
bike all this fuss about nothing" I button. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. throughout i
iW.. angry with hi* obstinacy. "If youMiik Dismal Dawson-Electrio button?
it matters one straw-though it Wickwire-Yes, electrio button. You This hotel Is substantially built of brick and has every convenience. Clone to Bus meets all Train, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all
e !OM not-ohange your name once for seem to think yon can get a drink by the railway depot. Free 'bUIII to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, Conveniences on every floor.
U and be done with it; He said that touching me.-Indianapolis JoornaLWANTEDFAITIIFUL with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00: per day andupwards' OPEN ALL THE YEAH. "';1.
I 1 would ; special rater by the week or o.th.
old not sheer cowardice and he GEORGE ZAPF.Proprletor. Rates:American I'lan, $2:to 42.60: ; European COo to $l. Special by the week. '
dream of it.
Is. Very unfortunately he bad private MEN OR Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.

eana' Poverty might have driven him responsible ... -. j ,
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D> overcome his sensitiveness and to established house In Florida. Salary PALMETTO HOUSE 1 5 5h1,1

bush Had lie done so it; would have 780| and expenses. Position perman-- ; r ,

'"en"irely curious. to watch the growth of an ent.stamped Reference.envelope.Enclose The National self-addressed, Star DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Is The Holly Inn Daytona Fla. .I "
new set of associations around
Situated the banks of the Halifax
be' name Insurance Dldg., Chicago. now open for the winter season. on ,
Cbadband. I think he was and fishing locality.
River. Fine hunting
1IDe.Be MD) .g enough to bave redeemed the Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate.

SOUTHERNERSI.II.VISITING LEON DESPLAND, Prop. Located on tbe beautiful Halifax. '
was unmarried-said that he did '
believe in tbe hereditary principles NEW YORK CITY will The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any In the city.. '
applied to jokes. His real reason for
marrying find good accommodations, at reasonable ff-: I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of O. HOWES
lie died. H workeddax prices, at 74 Clinton Place.
| which be Fifth Avenue, and closeto
One door from AND CROCKERY 4- Proprietor. i
'ngly hard and. M he knew to no"POM. Washington: square. Very central -HARDWARE
He would' not own that he editor of this '
Refer to paper. ... i I
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Pleasure In hi. work "No." be Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kind. of Boat Good, Stoves, Tinware Oran -
1I 0. "it's like smoking get no pleas- sash and blinds, and water coolers Ice cream
Bom It, but I should miss It if Ire The Swannanoa. free Itewarei ers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, BlueeFlameekerrnioe oil stove., garden tools, The Colonnades
.! it nix" Se took enormous pains plows and barrows, paints and oils Fruit;Jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting ,

Itb.KI ht.. work' and finished it .. thor-; ASHEVILLE, N. C. and barbed wire, On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA. r.
7 as though it were to constitute Harrison Bros Beady Mixed Paints.
ill appeal to the world on the follow THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, Large, airy and well-furnlsbed room., with all modern trovenlences, elecUlo v
? po
I<*< dl" He kept the final copy of there Is no better conducted hotel In P1eneo msrarge vAt&der.'{v.a! howwpt wail i BH.Cenfol ::tmoUoar"naodoglrke : lights, bells, eto. "
your p
of The
TTthin he approved, baa his in- Asbevllle. The popularity Its price_.red promptly; __ Plenty of shade outside hotel make. It .a delightful place for children. ,
1rDe4ODI were' that It.was. all so be nanoa home-like Is due atmosphere to Its unique tbe excellence location. of ._.JIJ.RLI: ; SJ1JL'L. RATES: : $:J. 0 to 13.00 per day; $19.50 to 18.00 per week.
soon a* possibl after bis West Palm Beach, Flo
moderate prices. at
18&h._ Its cuisine and Its very Engage your rooms once.
Barry Pain IB Black and Whit.
Liberal weekly raus. Address
tt.60: per day. .

.u' a OSM-before-"a"London",-, .magistrate Central, on street car Jlne. ..PropAsncrnLE The ADVOCATE docs neat, clad FJobPriatiog.: J .. .... 'q,I i9abrs?'h' ,.r "II'If"" FUu ''

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To Cnr. Contl|>alloi* Forever. J. P. LOVBTT. a, ; -
DIED FROM APPENDICITIS. Eau Gal lie. I Take CanoareU. Cnndv Cuttmrtlo.. loo or:SKo. '' '
If a O.O.fall to cure,druggists rotund money. ___LO''EPJ'J: &; CARRpZIL:J : :

Engineer Charles II. Thompson, of Invitations out bra grand bal Reading' notice ads. on this page Succewon to &: Feoater.)
TltURvIllo, who had been employed on masque at the Caslno"NewYear's Eve. PJr week.
five cents line per FRUITS and
the and of
dreclgeboat Miami:
operating Archdeacon Brown ,will hold divine All KiM
vicinity for'some time past, was taken'lIllast .
services next Sunday at St. John's Episcopal order for
week, and on Wednesday, the 8th [Send the ADVOCATE an any Crockery, Glass and Tinware.: Your patronage
liint., he passed through here en route to church' job printing you need.] Solicit '
Alicia Hospital, St. Augustine, where he J. L. Harrison Is making extensive TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
underwent an operation for appendicitis Improvements on his place on Eau Oallie
from the effects of which he succumbedat river. ROBBINS & GRAHAM orE -- _

PINEAPPLE PLANTS. 0:30: o'clock on Saturday morning last,
L :s RA7::
ck-splte strenuous efforts to save his life. Mrs. James A. Bassett, after several CZseO:: :
L weeks, stay In Eau Gallic, left last Monday .
x'Fancy------ Deceased's remains arrived in Titus L.
t ...La""yor
"Y Pubs Monday afternoon, being met at the for her home at Titusville.The Groceries Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple &: Fancy Groceries

I Pineapple Slips & Suckers depot by several relatives and friends school children will give; an enter- AND And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton I, "\
andbunches IN STATE Seed
1 who cohered with wreaths WILL PRACTICE MeRI
the coffin
+ for Sale. tainment, Christmas Eve, at the Casino, Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing :Gnu
-, of beautiful flowers. From under the direction of Miss Dart, for UNITED STATES COURTS. the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit erclaivel i; i'
ai ; Abbalcas, Egyptian Queen, Golden there the cortege slowly wended its.way I which they are now practicing. >
e Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and to the Episcopal church, where the'sol- Very truly, E. L. BRADY & :BRO., TltusvJJj,
r u ; Bed Spanish. Apply, to oiiiu and Impressive funeral services we I Oeo. A. Miller!' master mechanic of the
',( HADDOCK MATTHAMS conducted, Archdeacon B. F. reF.. E. C. Ry., is here this week with a ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
( Palm Beach Pinery delivering a touching eulogy appropriateto I gang of men at work on the steamer
: 4 West Palm Beacb,Fla. the occasion. The remains were then Courteoay. for Lands in Brevard>< and Dade :::FWXFI.EJ INSUINCE.: .._

taken to the Tltusville cemetery for ]Prote at Ycu..r
t The Spartan l Is making the Courtney'srun proper
Interment which'was'witnessed Counties.
by a ,
4 Fancy Pineapple Plants. number of people. to Cocoa, and the Kathleen Is per- BY INSURING IN The "(Md Hartford," Fireman's Fund, Providence W '
Deceased was only 17 years of age, and forming the Banana river mall service. Ington, or Sun 1\lutuallnllurance Company. All well known as the strongest"'

Hardy, vigorous, grown without shelter Is said to have been a very exemplary Major Peabody, of the TimesUnionand List safest companies In America. GEO. B. RUMP, JB.,
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka young man, with hosts of friends who Citizen; Deputy-sheriff A. A. Ford, We have a large Agent for East Coast,
h and Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. regret very much his sad demise. He School Supt. Sams, Hon. Minor S. Jones owned by Titusville, florid
E. 0. B. TYNDALI., was a member of the Indian River (TI. and S. D. Geiger were 'noticed In town of Lands
,. Waveland, Fla. tusville) Band, and a brother of Engineer the past few days.
Frank Thompson of this ourselves and clients.
place. G. CARP ELWES
J. E. M. Hodgson left for Como, Can., ,
1 Porto Rico Slips. last Friday, accompanying the remains Price for unimprovedlands
; Freerauoni" ,Attention. of his mother, Mrs. John Hodgson, to I
iti1 Grown under cover. Apply for prices her former home for Interment. Mrs. $3 to $100 FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE !
I to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple I *A regular communication of Indian Hodgson was in her 70th year, and has I
N Plantation, Mlcco, Fla. River Lodge No. DO will be held at their been In delicate health for a long time per acre. Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, and t

hall In the Indian River hotel on Friday, past. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple December 24th, 181)7, at 7:KX) p. m. Your Hon. A. B. Turner, of Grand Rapids, -
attendance is particularly requested at Mich., l is again; a guest of Hotel Granada, WE have a few Residence, Orange Your Business Solicited.
k i Suckers for Sale. the above meeting, as there will be an this being the third successive winter he In desirable TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
} election of officers for the ensuing Ma- has passed In our town. Mr. Turner Grove and Pineapple Properties
I have 25,000 to 60,000 Smooth Cay sonlo year; also for the payment of the was the organizer and editor of the I locations. Prices Reasonable.
enne pineapple suckers for sale; all annual dues.
Grand Rapids Republican, and once postmaster -
rf home grown, and strictly first .$100 per 1000 cheaper than any other J. MENDEL, secretary ( TITUSVILLE Lesley ( ../
reliable firm will sell.GEO. OFFICES: j and MIAMI.
II. WRIGHT, Sail Making.
;c I Orlando, Fla. Jr! Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER CO.)

{ ; your the paper name-and-date or wrapper.slip If pasted you are upon In I am prepared to make all kinds of Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies, Rams Gins and Wllslj!
sails and do first-class work below Chicago
arrears, please remit.
i Take Note of This. prices. Give me a trial. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.

Address, H. BENBKB, sailmakor, MILLINERY.IIand
; For sale a comfortable home, situated Br.T.rd School Board. Titusville, Fla. A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool Table

s .n the Halifax River, at Port Orange; ; Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention !lIveD to n
large and nicely laid out grounds; ; five The above Board held a special meet- Boarders Wanted. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY fe MOTLOW,.'l'ltusrllleF
miles south of Daytona. House l is large Ing at the Court-house, Titusville, Mon | DRESSMAKING.
1 and completely furnished, with three day, to see to the paymentof salaries and : A few boarders--wanted- in ---
ores of land surrounding it, planted In bills due; and the only other businesstransacted Address, a private
a variety of fruit trees-orange, grape; was the making of an apportionment family. L' DECKER
Box 23 Fla. I
: Daytona, ..
.to. Fine locality for fishing and hunt- of$100 to aid the school at
ing. For further particulars address Mtaftn. and appointing afro. Delaneyteacher
i., Miw. VUIM.AUME, t;; of said school.: The members Pineapple Land. -]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::[_

Daytona, Fla. of the Board present were, Messrs.,Miller :

and Snowden, with County Supt. J. For sale, seven acres of pineapple landIn
II. Sams.RARE the heart of the St. Lucie River pine

THE MELBOURNE apple district. River front; one acre

\ CHANCE to get a good Ken- free.bearing For pines further, and particulars one year of attention of :JresseCl. ,,'an.d. ,:Rough.
tucky Horse at Rice's .
cheap Captain

J HARDWARE STORE. stables to-morrow, Titusville.(Saturday)They. will arrive W."W.Rio LUCE San, Lucie, Fla. Also Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick, Lime, Cent

and Crates of All Descriptions.

Hardware Furniture Crockery nT-GET YOUR CHRISTMAS TOYSat Guarantee 12 per cent Interest.
Mrs. Reynolds, TStusville.ChrUtmai TI.: 'tu.s'V'l.11e: F10rld
Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian
Undertaking.... and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artesian -
Festl Title*. wells, 100 nice orange trees, 14,000<> Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. M. BRoWN. Vice-Presideiit:
pineapple plants, shipped over 200 crates C. S. Schuyler, Cashier. .
i We make the following nut CASH
I you The Sunday School of St. Gabriel's last season; guavas, mangoes, Japan perSimmons guaranteed.
Hand and Horse Implements,
1''' and prices carry on same constantly in stock: Episcopal their Christmas church festival, Titusville\ in ,the will churchon hold .1, OO. Address and other B, ADVOCATE fruits on placer office.Titueville Prloe.' Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!

VIre-fly Single-wheel" Comb'n.. oompleteJ.711: Christmas Eve at seven o'clock. Fla. Titusville, Fla.
J-laiietJr... .. 6.00T.oo The Methodist Sunday school have
"0.4 Planet double Jr.Baeil Drill, also arranged to have their Christmastree (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

The N J.to I.Ooe-Keoler M .. Urlll to", -" 12.no 9.00 on Friday night, (Christmas Eve) at East Coast Meat Market Authorized: capital. $100,001
the church.
Planet Jr.Hone Harrow and Cultivator II.'"
.. .. Paid upcapital, $25,00
Hoe 7.00 The Baptist Sunday school will have Scott's-----
1 tV Also a full line of Repair in Stock, their Christmas tree on Monday night G. F. DUREN, Agent. .- Average' deposits, $150,00

FEE & STEWART Melbourne,, Fla. following. CD w o:: ..Carbo DIgestive Compound, Transacts a General Buq!

Merritt Island rwo :::!.
a2 Business
Is a long wooded strip stretching
Globe Gas Engines north and south for thirty-five miles, s:>> simple and aggravated! forms of Largest and Oldest Bank on the Bill
the Rochledge correspondent of the s:>>
says ca-
Nervous Exhaustion
Dyspepsia, Palpitation Exchange sold on all Foreign CountrnaDIRECTORS j
Times-Union and Citizen. Mer-
Beyond -
of the heart, loss of appetite
rltts Island lies the Banana River, the & E Biliousness and -
Stationary and Marine. haunt of myriad of wild fowl. All this e:: troubles. This remedy stands without a B-BAmKirrlPwIil': ( '
Is such dream of enly .Aa. \
as ,
county sportsmen
= peer.. Endorsed by leading physicians.Price of the National Bank at JackioovUM.'I! '..LDVBKBK
und a trip on the boats that run from eeva Vioa-Prealdent National BM I
: The Safe Reliable and Economical Titusville to Lake Worth will cause the a ft per bottle; $5 per halfdozen.Sold Jacksonville( ), and W. M. B oM.COBBE8POWDENTS. ,
r most blanf traveler to become enthusiastic by FRED S. CHAFFER & CO., .
Power for Bnslness and for half Its grandeur and beauty can- Titusville, Florida. Titusville, Flo. Seaboard National Bank of New veer
not be expressed In words. :National! Bank of JaotsonTllle.
Pleasure Boats
: '
1."I".rUSVILLE, FI.- .
Auxiliary suitable for Xmas, at Mrs. Reynolds.To .

Stationary Use. Run on the Halifax River. The Elgin Butter Company of Florida. :How: Is This I

For Catalogues and prices, Capt. II. B. Fromberger has resignedhis
Address position as captain of the I. R. & B. WHOLESALE ONLY Kerosene, in drums. . .. .. .. ._ .. ......15o. per gal.!
BENJ. W. JEROME, B. I. N. Co's. steamer St. Sebastian, and Gasoline ... .. .. ... .. . .....16e. per";;.
Rookledgo, Fla. has chartered the steamer flettie from :utter: ac..d.: Oheese____ Cylinder oil for naphtha engines .. . .. .. ... ..OOc.. per gal.
Gen'l.' Manager Geo. F. Miles, and she other things I*

For Sale. will be run on the Halifax River this Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Hardw 611
season. Tinware Graniteware Stoves
Power house-boat. Buckeye, 03-f long
32-ft beam; two decks; well found, andIn Our 4 Crewn Butter is being used by the best merchants throughout the State. I
A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered. They Like the Pink Paper In New York. The butter handled by us is the product of qne of the largest and best Creameriesin At similar prices.
How do do it? Send
we order and
For price, address, the State of Illinois., It l is always uniform in quality. us' an see. PADDISON A CO,
G. F.
BKNJ. W. JEROME, Dr. II. Huntington, prominent resident -
- Rockledgo, }<'II,. of Fifth avenue, New York, says : Merchants not receiving: our quotations will do as a favor by writing for same.

"I saw the pink paper (ADVOCATE) of rr WE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. This is positive.
J the East Coast In the Buckingham hotel

JOSEPH ZAPF..... friend.Fifth avenue It is,on and It seemed Itself,like and an was old on THE ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA. FOR SALE.... Home-Grown

WHOLESALE DEALER the large tile, In good shape with Chicago ;,
,Cincinnati and other leading PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n papers."
Of the
following Varieties :

Famous'St. Louis Lager Beer. Col. F. E. Matthews, of 4rd,:! street, FRESH MEATS. Abbaka, Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Queen Ripley Queen, Smoo
Sold by Losley A Ronaker, Titu vllle.Manuflct'urer New York, says : "I read your paper .
with considerable Interest, for It reminds -
Mineral Cayenne Pernambuco and Red Spanish.
of Soda and me very forcibly of the good timeI ,
Waters. Wholesale: Liquor Dealer. had at Hotel Ormond and the Royal OF ALL KINDS. Apply. to G. C. MATTHAMS Florida PineappleCa.f
SANFORD, ,. FLORIDA Polnciana. West Palm """' '

Chickens & Fresh Fish.
IF YOU NEED Good, Reliable and Eggs :

Denis Shea. .. the Widely-read ADVOCATE.Newspaper, Subscribe for ((111 Gruber & Grlggs',store.) WILL E. KNOX; Titusville, Fla. I United States Twine &: Net Co,:|

Innpeetlng th. Canal and Steamer.
23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.
Men's Closing from Gen'l.anljter) Geo. F. Miles, of theI.
R. A B. B. I. N. Co., who had been ona Hardware Tinware Glassware Headquarters for All Kinds of
visit to Lake Worth to view the work I
Merchan /Tailors. done on the Jupiter-Juno canal, was In ,
i I
I town a short while on Saturday t, inspecting I FISH NETS and all.
his company' steamers and at-
Woodenware Stoves and Novelties Knives .
tending to various details connected ,
No. 420: \ Brooroe St., therewith. He returned St. Augustine -

NEW YORK on Saturday. Forks, Spoons, Etc.... NET FIXINGS G

Corner Crosby St. Send Your Clothes ,.

When in Jacksonville do not fall to give us a call, as we keep one of the big '
I lines of the above In the -. All our Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated "EAGLE
Hlldltch Steam Jacksonville gest good city. <
Jr': 7i: All communications for this paper To the Laundry, fine, Staple Cotton Twine sold elsewhere.
should be addressed "THE ADVOCATE I and will be pleased with LINEN -our own brand, not
you 'RENEKE "
Successor PlUer. GILL NETS
F. A. ( to J. L. ) of the beat thread obtainable.
B. Pruts
B. ,
Titusville Fla. This will insure Im- the result. : agent Extra stretched
quality steam Patent
mediate attention. I TitusvUTe, Fla. ,233 Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tarred ManilA tarred Cotton Hanging Lines '
Rope. Oiled Clothing, oars, etc., etc. Write for priceIII