Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00214
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: December 16, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00214
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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IT. 3STo. X6. TITTJSVIL.X.E. FIL, ., EIDAY, DEC. 16, 1898. JPrice, 5 c.


LOCAL you get all the strength of good men t at Screven's Drug Store, all grades of Shirts, In all the modern Bicycle, will do well to correspond

workmanship and material found In Titusvllle.WE styles and effects. with F. W. Beers, of St. Augustine.

Topics of deneral Interest.CKEB custom tailored garments, especially The Eagle Clothing Store.RANGPUR He has the largest stock of new Where to stop. See list of hotels on
,,4 models In the at bottom prices. our 7th and 8th pages.
in the coat, which sets, fits and hangs country
equal to the finest garments made by HAVE MANY LITTLE NOVELties JUTE MATTINGS Wheels sent out on Inspection. All The Advocate Is now on file at all

nOCKEES; MORRIS Chairs high-priced tailors.! In Jewelry, etc., suitable for Furniture Stork, Titusvllle. kinds of Fishing Taokle kept in stock.F. the best hotels In New York city.II. .

FOBNITUBB STORE, TItUSVllle.Mr. Tub Eagle CWTnwn Store, Christmas Gifts, at a nominal price. W. Beers,

Sole Titusvllle Fla. Give us a call. SEND TO LOSLEY A MOTLOW Titusvllle St. Augustine, Fla.Died. . Daffenbach, of Klsslmmee, will
Miami a '
- E. L. Brady paid Eagle Clothing Store. have chargo of Hotel KissimmCe (tha
for of old Vernon
a gal. Mount
Sunday.Attorney. Plant System botfel) this season, and will

Lewis of Fort Pierce, IRON BEDS, IRON CRIBS Ryo, $3.50. ( open the house to the public as soon as
A. J. ,
Miss Edith
Mercter of Cocoa
- Furniture Store Titusvllle.E the be made.Mr .
rived In town yeBterday.. a couple of days or so in town the first / Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins paid Cocoa a At Sebastian, Fla., on the 2.'lrd of necessary Daffenbach arrangements tbe can
for two
visit Tuesday, to attend to some law December Mrs. Ann Park past years
of the 1808
meeting of the week. Polly ,
usual monthly has run the Hotel Okeechobee at Klsslmmee
_The held this week.Attorney Do not fail to read the at tide upon matters. relict of August Park, age 48 years. Mrs.
hool Board was Judge D. L. Gaulden has been a year-round house, which Is
"Protection of Groves" Park native of South Carolina
Orange on our was a ,
Geo. M. Bobbins left hero 2nd page.Capt.. spending a few days with his family atDeLand SEND TO LOSLEY MOTLOW, Titusvllle and came to tbe East Const In early noted for.Its good table.

-lUirday for Jacksonville..Mr this week.Mr. for your Christmas lugs.Mr. childhood. She has been a resident of Manager J. G.< Bast, of tho< Indian
A. J. Canoya of
Rockledge '
. Wm. Treutler, of Eau Gallic visited St. Augustine the, flist of the, L. R. Decker has been putting anew and Mrs. Wm. M.' Merwln, of Sebastian for over a quarter of a oentury. River hotel, went to Merrttts Island,
visitor to town on Monday and week. fence around his property south of Milford, Conn., are again In their beautiful She leaves five sons and two daughters yesterday to remain a., few days to arrange

it the Indian River hotel, at this place.Mrs. winter residence at Rockledge. to lament her death. the Royal Hunt Club house and

ie day.Mr. Mr. Nolce Bristol is again at Rock- grounds for the entertainment of sportsmej -
S. H. Peck of Rocktp Gregson, mother of Mrs. R. W. Mrs E. A. Chatfleld, of New Haven,
where he will for
- and Mrs. ledge, remain until May, >. Tho club-house will bo open
ipent a few days In Jacksonville enjoying the balmy breezes of Indian Rhodes, of this place, left for Sanford, Conn., received a glad welcome by her Christmas Goods.I the entertainment of sportsmen, generally
Wednesday, on a visit of several weeks many Rockledge friends this week, on
ii week.Mr. River. during the season, the same as ahotel.
with her her arrival.Mr. .
of this place, has daughter. have Just reoetvod a specially fine Manager Bast has leasexl the
J. T, Hinton, Mr. E. L. Bradbury of Webbs Mills
-miufferlng from an attack of rheumnm N. Y. passed through here Saturday Major C. E. Graves, a well-known C. E. Coker, of Bayonne, N. J., stock of candles, nuts, fruits, cigara, property, Including the entire plantation

for a week or so.Chns. on his, to Miami, where ho expected resident of Melbourne Beach, was a was In town a day or so this week. He etc, for Chi 1st map. Also a big supply and orange groves.An .
way visitor and will leave here for south far of fireworks. It will
pleasant in town on Tuesday points as as pay you to come
to remain a few days.Mr. Informal hop was givon In the dining
Oalllard has been -
aplnted when call. Miami and before else
Wednesday, we enjoyed a see my you go
of the Everett hotel Jacksonville
soliciting agent for tho I. R. & J. R. Parrott vice-president of where. "Small and room
Co.Ladles Merchants who do not bid for public Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bottyer, of profits quick returns" on Saturday evening in honor of
B. L N. Steamboat the Florida East Coast Railway, left on a Is the motto of
patronage by advertising their wares, Charleston, S. C, spent from Tuesday the following young ladies, who are)
business trip trip to New York and B. B. Ptles
who wear hats or bonne'.sould last should not expect to get any patronage. until Wednesday In town, on their return with the Wilbur Opera Company: Misses

read "Of Interest to Ladles" onirOth Washington Saturday. Read ads. of our live merchants on every from PalmiBeach. Titusvllle.HUBER'S Noienberg, Wilbur and the MissesHarte.

page. County Sunt. J. II. Sams, of Cotirtenay page of the Advocate, Among others Misses Morrison, Davis,

; and bchool Board OtBcer 8. V.Glbbs GOOD WHISKY FOR $3 PER GALLON' BABY CARRIAGES, Folding Soreens Collnm, Acosta and Mtsa Livingston
GOODS AT Mr. J. A. Gilbert of Eau Gallle
HAS AND HOLIDAY of Melbourne, were In town this was a> LoBley A Motlow, Titusvllle. Furniture Store, Titusvllle.Hoaly weie also present. At the close of the
Gardner A Walker's, week attending the usual monthly meeting a passenger on Wednesday's northbound dances delicious refreshments
States Attorney J. D. Beggs, who were
Titusvllle.Mr. train on his to The Colonnades
way ,
of the School Board.If served. Another dance on
has been attending Circuit Court at was..given
Seabreeze, where he went to spend a fow In Pineapple*.
- Chas. R. Serjeantson, of Ilobeioad days with his friend J. Maxwell Randall.Mr. Juno, stopped over at the Indian River Wednesday evening. Manager C. Gar
is now sojourning In Savannah, you have any guavas for sale, hotel, Titusvllle, from Wednesday until vin Gllmalne is making the Everett

,for a while.Mrs. Wanock fc Co., Jacksonville, will buy Chas. Hall, of New York, was a Thursday, on his way home to Oilando.Mr. It is stated that pineapples are quoted quite popular with the (raveling publio.Tbe .
them from you, paying the highest market on last Saturday's train,' onlis In the eastern maikets at $0 per orate of
W. H. II. Gleason, of Eau Gal- price. Write them without delay If way to Fort Pieroe. He Is au ardent John G. Rellly, a prominent one dosen. Twelve to the crate would high appreciation of the feast

was a guest of Mrs. A. W.. Sweet, in you want to make money. fisherman, and comes south every winter contractor of New Haven, passed through be a large size, but the smaller ones sell given at the Indian River hotel at Titus

nth Titusvllle, from Friday until MonMrs. to enjoy the sport of hauling In the Titusvllle the first of the week, en route correspondingly well.To vllle by Manager J. O. Bast on Thanksgiving
The Misses Aline and
Daisy Brady has led him to
finny tribe.Mr. to Miami and Nassau, where he will day, announce
were among those who took part in the spend the winter. Uls services will soon that the volumnlous menu of that day,
Geo. B. ITall, after a few days'lit first musical event of the season at the VegstaMa Growers.A .
Wm. n. Chambers, auditor of be needed on Mr. Flagler's new hotel.Mr. will not only be duplicated on Christmas
to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall, of this Stetson University, DeLand, last Friday the F. E. C. Ry. Co.. passed through day. but in addition, there will be wild

ice, returned to City Point on MonV evening. Titusvllle generally "getsthere" here, Sunday last, on bis return to St. A. O. Gandy, of Jacksonville, circular has been issued by the Florida ducks galore; boar steak and greon turtle

somehow. Augustine from Havana, where he had returned Tuesday, from his trip down East Coast Railway, under signature outlets and stew. Some of our

-Dr. and Mrs. F. n. Houghton, Inlr ( Cohen Bros., whose ad. will be found been on business connected with the the East Coast, where ho Informed us he of J. P. Beokwitb, trafflo manager, and Titusvllle home families have already

palatial house-boat, Denton, are on our 6th page, has an Immense stock opening of an office for bis company. He disposed of 400 cases of his new, brand J. It. Parrott, vice-president and general booked themselves to partake of the

ipected In Titusvllle to-day or to- of Christmas and New Years presents onhand. had quite a pleasant tilp barring the of condensed milk. He left here for manager, making tbe following announcement hotel dinner in pieference to preparing

otrow.Mr.. These will be sold at as small a seasickness. Sanford and other points on Wednesday. : for themselves. Judging by the successof -

M. S. Jones who has been "To Shippers and Patrons of the Florida the Thanksgiving dinner they will
Judge ,
A. B. Turner, of Grand Rapids, margin of profit as possible. Call eaily Mr. R. C. Scrlmgeour, TItuavllle'swell ,
court at Juno the East Coast RaUway: It gives us certainly be satisfied. The floral decoratlons -
Inwn and secure the bargains.Mr. known taxtdei mist has just mounted holding during past
Ich., has been spending a day or so
great pleasure to announce that on and and.fruit exhibits In tbe
weeks roturned richly-
deer bead for Mrs. It. M. of two to Titusvllle yes
this He left for Eau Galllei a Boggs,
week. C. A. Wlllahan, of Port Allegany Fort Pierce. It Is fixed in excellent terday. The Judge seems quite a stranger after December 23 a reduotlon In the carpeted lobby and oflloo of tho hotel

i Tuesday.Mrs. Pa., arrived in town on Friday and tip that the to Titusvlllio; but the reason is, that present vegetable rates In the territory continue to court tho admiration of
shape, we are suie lady
J. M. Paine and Miss Paine, ofut afternoon last, with the view of taking a who killed the deer Mrs. Boggs will he presided over' the longest and most between West Jupiter and Miami, both visitors and guests, and the metamorphosis

Superior, Wis., are expected atteir position as manager of Titusvllle's Tamo feel quite proud of her "trophy of the busy session Dade county ever had., inclusive, will be made. The rate under for tho better in all Its departments
winter home at Cocoa, today.bey Acid Factory. It is his first visit toTitusvllle this reduction will be SO cents per standard is commented on with much gratification

are always welcome visitors.kT with which he is much pleas chase. Mr. aud Mrs. B. F. Ives, Mrs. F.Ives crate from all points within tbe territory by all the old-time patrons.

ed. Manager W, P. Kenney, of Hotel Mr. Bert Ives and the Misses Ger named to Jacksonville, Fla., proper

HAVE YOU SEEN THEM ? OUR for Buckingham, St. Augustine, writes us tie sod Elsie Ives, of Philadelphia, arrived and on shipments destined to points The St. James Hotel, Jacksonville,,
Invitations are out a balmasqueat
new line of shoes. that this hotel will make a special rate In town Wednesday afternoon, en beyond." \ will be opened for the winter season tomorrow
Eau Gallle on Friday evening, the 'tOthInst. their winter home and Satuiday December 17. It will
Gardner A Walker, for school teachers at the School Teach route to orange ,
The lady patronesses are Men- Their fi lends be under the of Mr. J. R.
at LaGrange. management
Titusvllle.Mm. grove many
ers' Convention in St. Augustine Deo,
J. B. Gilbert W.J. .
dames Wm. Treutler, ,
ate glad to again welcome them to Indian Campbell, assisted by C. O. Chamberlain,
27, 28, 21). Rate (special): fci.00 peiMay.It Trunks Valises
Nesbttt, C. Alnesworth andC.L. Ives.Messrs. boys' Telescopes, atprioes the
William Holmes and Miss Mag- best write ahead River. who has been superintendent of
J. M. E. Hodgson and J. A. Gilbert Is to reserving rooms. that catch you.Oardnrr.
it Holmes have returned from the hotel for a number of years. The offtoefoioe
orth. They have been visiting Banker are the promoters of the ball.Lieut See 7th page.We ARE YOU WEARY ? BUY an EASY, A Walker, will consist of Henry Smith, of the

Mines, at Cocoa, this week.Mr. nugh L. Wllloughby, of Newport acknowledge receipt of a photo light-running, New Home Sewing Machine. Titusvllle. Mount Pleasant House, White Mountains

Monday'ssouthbound of the ornamental Iron fence, recently Gardner 4 Walker, cashier; and. W. F. Ingold, of the
R. I., was a passenger on
and Mrs. J. W. MeVrlll ofosaa ,
around the of the remains Titusvllle.
placed graves .
train. He comes south Church Notloas.Rev. Magnolia Hotel, at Magnolia Springs,
City, Mo., were passengers onMurdaj's winter. The Lieutenant Informed of those who died on board the war ship chief clerk. William Davis will be in

southbound train, en route every that he had left his wife In Maine, from Mr.*A. F. Jorss, Capt. G. A. Attention of our readers throughout T. P. Howard will deliver a sermon charge of the cuisine. Miss Ellen Lathrop
''their winter home at our reporter Florida Is drawn to the ad. of Solomon
Tropic.Rev. and Major Frank A. Butts of Mormonlsm
Philadelphia for a short time, and that Lyon on, on Sunday night, housekeeper; George Twynaman, wine
W. F. Stewart, one of Scale's he was on his way to Coooanut Grove, Washington, D. U. This photo may be A Levi,and wholesale dealers in wines Ala the 25th Inst. (Christmas night). steward; and John Martin, head porter.

prominent residents, writing us would follow. seen at the Advocate office. For further liquors cigars. Birmingham, The hotel has been thoroughly renovated
where she soon Tbe Christmas tree In connection with
8th This firm lias
ill week particulars, see Key West items.Mr. on our page. quite a and In condition
says: "The Advocate is a the Presbyterlsn church Titusvllle will put the very best
Kealthofer for the excellent of ,
General Freitrht Agent II. S. reputation quality
<7 excellent Thanks.OLLS during the few weeks. Professor
newspaper. of the F. E. C. Railway, passed Robt. C. Heaton, of Boston, good* they keep, and like all live business take place on Christmas eve, Deo. 24, at7U0 past
Prouty and his orchestra will be at the
TOTS, TOILET CASES, MANtcure through here Sunday last, on bis way to after spending a couple of weeks or so men, they are bidding for a share o'clock. There will be quite an Interesting hotel as usual. Everybody will be glad
at Canaveral club-house for that
aets, bandkeichief tie collar his home in St.Augusllne. He had been very pleasantly of our readers' patronage. programme occasion.
Chester Shoals, returned to the Indian to see Mr, Campbell back In his noted
nd cuff boxes; anything you wish. to Havana, Cuba, to open an office for River hotel, Titusvllle, Tuesday, and Since the cold snap, beans have been Archdeacon B. F, Brown will hold divine hostelry.

Gardner A Walker, his company; but so far as we could left for bis porthern home next day. In good demand. The East Coast (baa servtoes at St, John's church, Eau

Titusvllle.Capt. learn, he is a much better land sailor, While at the club-house be made quite a the only beans unhurt. A, G. Hutche- Gallle, on Sunday, the 18th Inst. Catechising brlvlng Wells at THnnvllls.

FI. B. Shaw, of Ormond, pass"through the trip having made him considerably record duck shooting many falling to son A Co., New York, can use "all they In the morning at U:4S; morning

here seasiok.Mr.. aim of his get" during the winter, at fancy prices. prayer and sermon at 11 a. m, ; evening
Friday last, en route towous the unerring gun.Mr. M essrs. Near and Taylor, of Eau Gal
places Coolidge Jr. one of This Is not idle talk. Tbey have a fancy and sermon at 7 riW p. m. Sub-
as far as Dade county onur T. Jefferson ,
Jirayer lle, who have been in town for some
and Mrs. Marcus D. Falrchild "The
morning False
trade that will Use sermon:
of arrived fancy prices.
Investigation of the houses of the trustees of Canaveral Club, pay a
weeks left for home
of Putnam ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., are Covering." Evening "The pasti on yesterday.
% In town from Boston, on Sunday, and heavy pencil and mark a few orates to sermon: Only
They one (l-lncli artesian well 181
e.Mr 'cluli-house at Cheater Sho.tlson among the many young couples them if you have not got their stencil, Foundation,
left for feet and two U-lnch wells 23 feet each
J. O. Walton; after spending a who are at present traveling through fou will be pleased with the ,
Monday. This is his first visit to surety result. The children of St. Gabriel's
""Pleof .Uysln their Episcopal for the Tannic Add Factory. Tbe former
town, returned to Moba.Sunday FlorltU. on honeymoon. Among
% afternoon. From theieI Canaveral Club-house, although he has tho places visited by the above happy Sunday school will hold their Xmns tieoon well whlcji has a high flow Is salt, and

Hnt to Atlanta accompanied by been one of its membeis for Beveral yeais.Mr. pair were Jacksonville, Palatka, hanfoid Capt. II. B. Frombetger, who made Friday evening preceding Xmas, tbe2lrd this water will be used for cooling purposes
I Walton and Claude to attend the Coolidge Is on a hunting trip, and various places along the East a business trip to New York about six Inst. A tiee and appropriate exercises ; but the latter two wells are freshwater

* Jubilee. Infoims us he must leave for New York Coast as far as Palm Beach. They area weoks ago, returned to Cocoa on Saturday will be presented,' and Mr. and which will be utilized In the boilers

this week. He is the sou of a former jovial young couple, whom an last. He was In town on Wednesday Mis. Santa Claus will address the children. and tannic add vats of the factory,

"VITALS ambassador to France. Advocate very representative was plensedto and told us that the severe cold A cordial Invitation Is extended wbloli Mr, Wm. M. Brown will soon run
? BRAND" of Clothing weather In New York him to all to attend and help the little folks full time.Oo .
' tie best The many friends of our former meet. They will soon return home, gave pneumonia on
""lay? ready-to-wear goods made townsman, G. Cary-Elwes, will be pleased but we hope to see them here again.Mr. which was very nearly the death have a happy evening, at the Opera
every gaiment equal to tallorJgitiments. house Titusvllle.
of him. The captain returned to Indian ,
The to learn that he is now a corporal in and See This Place if You
Eaole CLOrntNo United States Infantrv. After John B. Russell, Jr., of Hartford River as soon as he oould get out of bed.

.HB, exclusive agents.WD the his discharge Tenth from the First Florida Volunteer Conn has again returned to Daytona Ills friend, Mr. Merrlday, of Palatka, CHAMBER SETS, HAT-RACKS at the Want a llargaln.
where he- has been spending his
was also ill In bed when Capt. From-
he enlisted In the regular Furniture
Regiment, Store, Titusvllle.Thar .
TO LOSLEY A winters for several years past. We understand berger left for Florida. Neither of them
MOTLOW, FOR private, from which grade
as a
Two thousand dollars tho Hector
'*m,", army Mr. Russell now owns a 2.Vtonschooneryacht want winter In buys
more experiences
? W. rank ofcorporal. any
Nlon. Harper ttye, f 1 per he has been promoted to the in which he will take a All (Jk* tha Advocats. Island property a beautiful place ontbe
Titusvllle New York.
Fla.IS0UVE to him a lieutenant
We hope see cruise down the East Coast as far as the Indian River, at Melbourne, Fla.,
; for which position he Is well fitted. this Mr. Russell's consisting of a hotel and dwelling house,
Florida Keys season. Cleveland O.
OVENS steamboat wharf small
daughter Mrs. II. F. Harrison will not Deo. 13 1808. tangerine oranirs
*insiTUBB Store, Titusvllle. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES- visit the East Coast this winter, ber sell you a dress pattern for less money grove and fine grape-fruit, all now In full
than any firm In the United States. Editor Indian River Advocate, bearing also line bananas and other
Furniture Store, Titusvllle. home, since her marriage last winter, ;
Gardner & Walkkk
Macon Dining Rooms.ol1 being In Leesburg, Va.At Titusvllle., Dear Sir The pink paper of the East fruit: fine lawn tennis court and fine
Coast hand artesian well, and the whole place piped.
came duly to and I must
!?" viltln t Macon, Ga., do not fall For Sale, New Furniture, ONE GALLON OF EDOEWATER RYE I enjoyed it very much getting more say This place was held by the former owner,

>W.aacg Popular dining rooms, for Cl.r>0 at Losley A Motlow, Titus For Sale Cheap. information (from that one copy) about C. J. Hector, at 110,000, but the present

(T w can obuin all the delicacies second-hand prices, In any quantities. vllle. the East Coast section thsn I have received owner will sell for C2.0O0. This Is one

Masonlatvery reasonable prices.lne . Wm. R. Campbell, Cruising sloop "Why Not," length 23 In months from all other sources. of the finest places on Indian River.
Make offer to
"Bellevue, Now tbat'tbe Advocate is to
Melbourne Fla. RUGS, POOR MATS, Furniture Store. foot, 13 beam; draft 18Inches.' Roomy here a/rlve James Palmer, owner,
Ke ''dence and lMneapple cabin, bunks and water tanks. Laying every we will take pleasure Patcbogue L. I.Or .
In It
keeping on tile.
at Titusvllle In charge of Capt Neilson
Plantation For Sale.SuH Sale Florida will have heavy travel from his care taker on the place,
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.No. Choice Store Property for to whom apply for particulars.WniTE a -Charles A. Ellerbrock
this ,
portion of the this
country season.
O. Box 302.
bea tlfully-looat d villa and 14 Laura street, P. Through the untiring of C.B. Melbourne.Fla.
Fla. Reliable male and With five acres good land, two In energy Supt.
l ? "0erlooknR, *ron hl l> Jacksonville, and sent to all with tenement CURTAIN POLES Knott, of Ibe Fla. East Coast Hotel
furnished good
WnVl! Plcturesque Indian River; In female help over pineapples store;; gooeral merchandise stock, Furniture Store, Titusvllle.Titusvllle System, Florida has been advertised asit BUREAUS,- WASH-STANDS, WARDrobes. -

bSwi the PD PP section; large parts. __ ________ delivery wagon, row and sail boat; never has before. Furniture Store, Titusvllle.
isiSLia"M %Dd out-houses. ModSAff Sincerely yours,
steamboat landing with warehouse: Laundry.Mrs. .
1""! slde toiletarranget Wanted for Cash Jaudon Browne.i .
well established acd only store In good Hotel
Managers should Insert their sd.
: 11, ?w ge; boat-hoase and In small community; store and postofflce outfit Geo. Cock, of Tltusvllle. ls now i if In the. Advocate without
fruit and vegetables delay. Wn
iin !' hrnbberr. flowers and 15 Fresh
low title Address to do laundry work of THE EAGLE
complete; price ; perfect. prepared every CLOTHING STORE will are now getting numerous letters from,
*AioSU,2f taa reta* rat: shipments; P / TwuRNor.Cor1st the owner, description. All work guaranteed. give a out price on all ladles Shoes, in tbe north, calling for Information abouS

W. and Poplar Sts., A. J. Olds, P. M., Leave your washing at O. F. Duren's all styles and grades. The largest East Coast hotels. We help those wh

Wnt axs Eden, Fla. Macon, Ga. Waveland, Brevard Co., Fla. corner store, opposite Advocate office. stock south of Jacksonville. help as that Is our motto.Jf .

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roots from drying out. M. Cliesbro, InTimesUnion Invisible. When the temperature falls Catarrh Cannot be Cured

HOOD'SCalendar and Citizen. to a given limit the moisture condenses With local applications, as they cannot

In the form of clouds or rain, and this reach tbe seat of the disease. Catarrh

EXPERIMENTS ir riKiNo oranokGRO'VKS. operation partially checks the drop. But Is a blood or constitutional disease take, and Internal Wholesale Dealers In
In order to cure It you must
>if the air Is very dry the temperature not remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
I send you herewith the report of the only can, but probably will, make a taken Internally, and acts directly on the GROCERIES, ..

la a perfect beauty, first of several expei Intents to be undertaken much bolder tumble. Dryness of tbe blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh

patriotic, up-to-date. by the Luke County Horticultural air can be ascertained In two ways. Cure is not a quack medloine. It 131 and 133 xaat Ilajr Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street
of the best physicians
Subject: was prescribed by one
Society, for determining tbe actual value Some hint of It Is given when tbe clouds In this o juntiy for years, and Is a Jaoltaonvlllo

"An American Girl" of wood fires as, a protection against disappear and the wind swings to the regular prescription. It is composed of pi0rlJ

freezes.Tbe northwest, A clearing sky, with the the best tonics known, combined with ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
One of the handsomest of color the best blood purifiers, acting directly CIWe
pieces experiment was made October 15thIn wind still In the south or no wind at all,
woik IhBiieil this year. Lithographed, partially cleated pine woods, where is seldom attended wlth' dry air. But on combination the mucous of suifaces.tbe two Ingredients perfect IsIs

with border of army and navy emblems thirty fires were placed fifty feet apart the best way to tell about the humidity what produces such wondeiful results are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow i
also full line of
guaranteed genuine. We carry a Hay, Grain and
embossed la gold. Leave your name each way, and the thermometers in tbe of the air Is by means of the wet-and-dry in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.By Feed.. W
with druggist and ask him to save middle bulb free. F. J. Chknkv, A Co., Props.,
your of each square, and on tbe leeward thermometer. When the wet bulb Toledo O.
you a copy, or send (I oenU In stamps for of tbe fires five feet from tbeground. reads within three or four degrees of the Sold by druggists, price 75c. We only Sell to Dealers. Jacksonville FOHa

one to C. I. HOOD & CO., Tbete was very little wind,and dry bulb the air Is damp. But when the

Lowell, Mans. the dewpolnt was reached early In tbeevening. Interval Is as great as seven Or eight degrees cannon ball fired from one of the

(Mention this pacer.) Tbe fires were staited at 8 p.m. that Is, In cool dry weather tbe great Krupp or Armstrong guns travelsfour .SIB

., and kept up three and one-half hours. air Is dry and there la danger of a drop. 2,887 feet per second. <5s COH.

Remember The size of the fires was regulated so as The limit to which tbe temperature Every German soldier carries a DBALBRS IN

not to Injure an orange tree seventeen or can fall before condensation begins is ounce religious book with. the rest ofA Fine "\7 bis personal equipment.W :
Hood's Sarsaparllla I* eighteen feet to leeward. called tbe dew point, and it may be

America's Greatest Medicine The air temperature was 63 degrees at found In this way: Suppose tbe dry bulb 41T. 410 W. Bay ,.,

for the mood and tlie 830; and CO degrees at 11:45. The average Instrument reads 50 degrees and tbe wet wnsTn and fs suS to counties.nia.ii.Ke our It bmlnHlii Is '"' JACKSONVILLE, \ FL
their nearby
Heat that Money Can Buy. il
Hence take Only Hood'*. lasted, was 3} to 4 degrees, Multiply this by two and one-half, and BUI!year and salary.expenses Monthlyf75.*leflnite, bonande, no. Campaign Argument:

nd a few thermometers 'feet Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope, Herbert
placed ten
[Continued on 8rd page.] K. ties*, ire*.,Dept.M,Chicago. Don't "go" here. Like
from the ground averaged 2 degrees
higher. Two and one-third cords of promise made in the rainbow,

wood was# burned, of which half was A. HODGES. you can depend upon the uances >
... made that our goodi
light pine, of small size, and half green
pine three feet long. MANUFACTURER OF good goods, properly aged, of

The next ex|>erlment will be made at ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... est flavor, and highest quality.We' .

the first occurrence of a high wind. H, ve something particul.
C. Ilendrlcson,tiecretary. In Farm and ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable to***** fine In Mount Vernon WhiekIt's

Fruit Grower.FOBETELMXa. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building Inlo a thirst quencher snd Invlf.ator .
IN any part of Florida, would well to write for prices. The saw mills are located of first water, supreme Idcellence
at'Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any J
COLD WAVES.At part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. and reasonable In pilot

this season It may be well to remind

Ttlbune our, of readers two or,three says facts the New In regard York Massee Lumber Company. The Post of Responsibility.

to frosts, with which they are no doubt .

more or less familiar, but may possibly

fall have In forgotten.temperature There one are due two to kinds an advancing of Manufacturers Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. Flooring, The men on tne man-a-u:

cold wave, which may cause the
hridtfP uave a tremendous respoDslbll
thermometer to read ten,'fifteen, or even Ceiling, Laths, Shingles, etc. Wholesale only. resting; upon them. They are t
twenty degrees
one morning than brains of tbe great machine. We hold th
on the day before at the same hour. Bridge Timbers, Car-Sills, Framing, Klln-drled Finishing Board, Plain Weather467 strictly to account for the result of every battWe

This can be foreseen by a man who has boarding, Beveled Weatherboardlng. want to be considered In Identically t

Information about the condition of the light with respect to the BEEtt bhere.
weather Mills at Kerns, Dooly County, Go. you
1,000 1,500 miles
or west of him
We want to he held personally astrlotly
but otherwise can be expected only as Address Third Street, MACON, GA.
responsible that it is the best you c
the result of a shrewd guess. The other
PROTECTINGORANGE TREES drop In thermometer la one-half of tl

ordinary diurnal oscillation. The mercury WHEN IN NEED OF.
In my last communication on pioteet- In the thermometer ,
goes upward
leg of orange groves I said the pine tieo during the hours G. MULLER & CO.,
from 3 4
or a. m. to 8or
no moss. I meant the long, Span.ish Jacksonville, Fla.Agts .
grows 4 and
p. ra., after the latter hour It
moss so common here. An oak tree falls Lumber Hardware and Paints for Acme liiewingtOOOO
again. This dally change varies In Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
standing near an is
orange grove very extent In the same place from time totime. ,
objectionable because It Is nearly always
Oo some days tbe range will be

covered with this moss, which Is perpetually fifteen or twenty degrees and others only Or anything in the line of Building Material
getting onto the trees Impeding
orange five or ten. Now, the same general condition THE SOUTHERN FDEL & SUPPLY
their growth and rendering them
of affairs that makes wide
unsightly and unfruitful. Besides,oaks in the diurnal wave possible a is likely range tobe or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or

and other hammock trees rob the orange forerunner of a cold of tbe first
mentioned Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
tree of moisture and fertilizer. As to kind. If, for iostanoo, a cold Plumbing, do not fail to write ,

protecting orange trees: On Christmas Is and
wave coming the
situation In
day, 1870, there was a freeze here that) locality Is favorable to a deeper dtp than Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.

killed many small orange trees outright, the average In tbe ordinary daily oscillation
took all the leaves oft the large trees,
the two will combine and make a 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone !
and destroyed the fruit. Thomas Bowden fall of from twenty to twenty-five (possibly "THE BRICK STORE,"

who then lived near Plummers Cove, even thirty) degrees from early In J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
L XxidLian. nivor rLA.
In this vicinity, had a few trees, three to the afternoon -
one day to the hours just
four feet high. Many of them were before dawn the* next. Those are the
kjlled outright. One was saved SAW AltD PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE: YARD
by a
nights to look out for. But If a cold gT I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock off
PHlatka, Flu. St. Bay St., root of Catherine.
small hencoop that stood near It, one bya from tbe
wave west Is coming and the
few boards that lay on the ground situation In a certain region Is not favorable HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4*
ear, and one by being in the lee of a to a good diurnal fall of temperature ,

chinquapin tree. the result will be
There was something of a freeze In different. When ; Manufacturers of Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,Gra:
the cold wave arrives there will be cloudiness Iteware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware,, water coolers, Ice cre >
1874. I had one lemon tree and one or rain, and a raw, chilly day, but freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Bine Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tooli
orange tree near together. The orange no frost. That which makes this difference Cypress Lumber Shingles and Latb. plows and barrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettln

tree was the larger, and In oonsequence Is the dampness of the air. Moisture and barbed wire,

could stand more i cold. Besides, the even In the atmosphere serves as a A large stock' Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, shingles, Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.

orange tree is hardier than the lemon.I sort of blanket, even though It may be lath and pickets always On hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Please Write me for Prices I respectfully solicit r
lad placed some bean vine* and mouldings of all patterns a specialty. tlon'of your patronage. Mail Orders given Prompt and Careful Attention, and Inquiries "
poles around the lemon tree before the prices answered promptly.
When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. 1VI. HI.
freeze, thinking soon to take them away Most women approach
the critics! of
and burn them. Those two armfuls of motherhood for the first West Palm Beach, Fla
trash saved the lemon tree and nearly all time with a sense of

of Its leaves. The orange tree lost- most dread sad lest foreboding the rath- You can Save Money !

all of Its leaves. I firmly believe that Ifwe less hand of

had placed a carload of pine straw, death snatch should them Magnolia Grocery1....

hammock leaves or oane trash around sway and leave

each bearing orange tree In Mandarin in the little expectant darling Uy StoTicTllTig to Wholesale and Retail Dealer In

November, 1804, our trees would have motherless. But

only lost their upper limbs by the two no fortifies woman herself who CHAS. 3DIE=>:EwOT7"Of3 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.. ..
freozes of that
winter, and we would with the strengthening
have had quite a crop of oranges here : power of Dr.Pierce's Butterlne, 14cts. per pound.

last year and a larger one this year. criprion Favorite need Pre-feel Write or call for our Cash Pi Ice List, which will please you

One good way to protect an orange one Instant's misgiving about either herself 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tree from cold is to make a stack of pine This or tbe prospective" little one. Telephone No. 255.
matchless Prescription will aire
saplings around It, much as soldiers her exactly the kind of healthy vitality

stack their bayonets. I think grass or sbe needs. It will and give at the elastic time endurance she needs to ftmost. Seeds Fertilizers & Crate Material.

other vegetable matter piled on the the entire delicate organism involved inmotherhood. EASY RIDING.
ground Is as good or better, and not liable It will make the coming of
baby absolutly free from danger and nearly
to get misplaced. free from pain.It Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.iLlT All the time and speed when you
Many of our large orange trees near will insure the baby's start in life by want it is a great feature of
the river here were not killed to the mother imparting, through its influence upon the It you need a Stove write for prices.
that sturdy infantile vigor which
ground anyway. Captain Ilallowes' gladdens a mother's heart. It is the only
trees, twelve miles south, lost only their medicine which can be implicitly relied
soon for this purpose; and the only remedy
upper branches, and In a year the tops expressly designed by an educated, experienced HOMESEEKERS Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
were nearly as largo as ever. We have' physician to give perfect health
and strength to the delicate, special organ The Frame makes
learned something of grove management ism of women.Mr. itSTROJfG..

now. Never cultivate from August 1 Joseph Ramsey,of Williams,Colleton Co,. Who are Seeking a Home in the South should It
send the The makes
to Construction
until November IS. Then cultivate and S. C, writes: I have been using your medicines a
for some time and am happy to say that copy of theFlorida DURABLE.
fertilize, so as to All the trees with sap. they hava dona all that you claim for them. I

The trees are then like a man who must think advise they all have women no equal while in In the a world.delicate I would stale The Bearings give itSPEED.
take to use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preacrtptiea. It .
an early morning journey In cold
shortens the lime of birth and mahea the labor East Coast Homeseeker.We
weather. If he is fortified with a generous easier. My wife is the mother of See children The Double Roller Chain
and ahe suffered almost Heath In .
.the birth of FIT.Up
breakfast of hot rolls, beeftseak and them until tr's last one t the time of birth waa MAKES IT

eoffee he will hardly notice the weather.So short Favorite,and Prescriptlou.labor easy,from,' the use of Dr.Pierce's hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

too, a tree transplanted In October Dr. Pierce's Commorf Sense Msdlcal Adviser hare lands for Fruit Growing Tobacco *"
Trucking, Growing, and for lt haS N EUU
will stand more cold than one left In the used to sell for $1.50, now it is free. Send for Catalogue.
It tells all about the home-treatment of Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tb United States.
nursery row. I was shown the spot onBeauclerc ordinary diseases.
Several chapters are KEATING
nine miles south of the city, devoted to the diseases of women. er a Apply WHEEL COMPANY,
where the only tree In all Mandarin went paper covered copy send t one-cent
E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner Mitldletown
stamp*, to eover coat of mailing oory, te Conn.
through the freese of 1833. It 'was set the World's Dispensary Medical Associa
there In October and probably had tion, Beflalo, N_ Y.t Cloth binding, uatampa. FLORIDA XAST COAST R'T,

trash." placed, around It to keep the obtained. in"Favorite any good Prescription"medicine store.can be ? % ST. AUCrTJSTINE, FLA. The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.rrf .


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professional Oa ds. PROTECTING ORANGE TREES COUNTY COMMISSIONERS P S Chaffee, stationary 183Brevard Choice .

Co St Bank, Interest 10 2TJ WInes.Llquors
[Continued from 2nd page.] PROCEEDINGS. O Flies, transferring oo plats. 100 00T

, BOSBIlfS. WAI.TamB.GaAIIa.lt.BBLVS iTiTusviLLtc J CocksUutt, legst officer 10 41O is . and Cigars.

A GRAHAM, you get seven and one-half degrees; call Fla., Deo. 6,1803. W Holmes, med for pauper. 10 00 Guaranteed Pure.
Wetmore Ice 8 40
'it eight for convenience. Subtract this The Boaid of Brevard County Commissioners Cain, ferryman, 6 00KAConkllng Sold at reduced

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, from the dry bulb reading SO, and you met on the above date pursuant t. . 00J Sores prices

,rtic Houbs: From 10 to 12 a. m., get 42. That is the dew point. In such to adjournment, when the following Mendel, copying minutes. . 6 60 Old Running Imported
there is Pauper account 116 00J Wine,
a case no danger from frost. members Tokay
Floilda were present : W. n. bliarpe, M Orrel booth for election 1 00A
Brevard Co., But from Italy.
TrrumLL suppose the dry bulb stands at 60 chairman; J. Mendel, J. R. Walker, J.N. Christiansen, booth fai election 1 00V Itchingi Scratching

fiupnwtiM In allfhe courts-stats and Art degrees and the wet bulb at 42, which Is Waller; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. II Walton, printing bonds and John B. Tognl
eight degrees difference. Multiply this Brown sheriff. headnotes 14 25R
and ,
"iLiil facilities lor examining perfect.JCCOB by two and one-half and you have twenty The Smith, bailiff for grand jury. 1 25J Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay SU
following business transacted
was 10 60F
Houston .
repairing lighter. t.
and subtract the from the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
twenty dry tc-wit ,
: WhlHook, road work . .. 5X)
S. JOKES, bulb reading 60, and you get 30. Thus The minutes of last meeting were read J P BrowD, feeding prisoners. . 38 80J Wholesale unit ltetall......

one discovers that the temperature may and confirmed.On E Bowman, cost state vs PRaulerson -

ATTORNET-AT-LAW. i i1TUSVILLE drop to SO degrees without any Interference motion, the bond of D. L. Gauldeo A Stewart, clerk of court, ; 70 ft 60A 45A Blood Poison The Largest and Moat Complete

BREVARD CO.FLA, from condensation. Such a difference for tlr>00.00 as County Judge was examined large number of election bills Establishment South.S. .

does not Insure a frost, but it and approved.On were audited and paid amounting

County Judge of Brevard County.U shows that a certain protection that exists motion, the bond of J. F. Wooten, to / 634. 05 Prodartn llatr.ttvrsThroatHwollon* ttm following annptemsi Cllnnrta ralllnr,Kriii GEO. HACKER
tlonj* luntul ikiut Kl* re of the Mkln,
at other times has been withdrawn The board adjourned to meet again
for (1,0(10.00( as tax assessor, was examined Htifn <>C thv Joints, KheuiuatUiu.
and that the situation Is risky. Complete and ap'proved.On the first Monday In January, 1800.No lion* 1'alae, eto.Ulcers.

GAULDEKT, or comparative calm Is also essential
motion Dr. G. W. Holmes was allowed Scrofula

'* ATTORNET-ATrLAW, to a severe frost. If there is a high $10C0O for medicines furnished toC. Right to Ugliness. ,

wind, with no indication of subsidence, II. White, a pauper.On The woman who Is lovely in face, form

[will FloriUa nrsotloe,and In the all United the Courts States Courts.of the State the temperature will not fall, as it will motion, J. Mendel was appointed a and temper will always have friends, but Running Sore Eyes
one who would be attractive must keep
in a calm. A plant radiates heat in
p.0,Box,238. TITU8VILLK, FLA.. a committee to proouro suitable -chairs good health. If she Is weak, sickly and Are oared bv
Honey to Loan 18 calm, *and often acquires a temperature for the courthouse.On all run down, she will be nervous and BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. O.Th .

twelve or fifteen'degrees lower than that motion, the road from White City Irritable. If she baa constipation or Great Blood Remedy.Til .

GOLDSMITH, shown by a thermometer hung six or to F. E. C Ry., as now reviewed and kidney trouble, her impure blood will

eight feet above the earth. But If the laid out, and there appearing no objection aud cause a pimples wretched, blotches, skin eruptions Electrio above named disnawis are all due to diseased
complexion. around In the blood. These
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW air Is kept circulating freely no such difference to the same, the same is hereby declared Bitters Is the best medicine In the world Iterate frernis make their floating appearance nn the body at the

will occur. In a calm, with a a public road. to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys point of limit! ronl.tanne. Lotions and salvns

htuBvlllo Florida.J. drop In the night to 35 or 38 degrees indicated The treasurer made his monthly report and to purify the blood. It gives strong may poison help must temporarily be trot out, but of the ti b'ood effect,and a enrethe that Is MANUFACTURERS OF
by Instruments the nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, why 11. M. H. ttotanin Wood lliilm cures.It. .
temperature on the different funds of the county, rich complexion. It wilt make a good- II. II. literally drives the poison (whluh pro- Doors, Sash, Blinds,
in the plaut may go down to 25 dogrees Including the fine and forfeiture fund, looking, dimming woman of a rundown dimes blond dlseasm)) out or the blood, bones
and body, leavinjc the tlosh as pure as a newborn
.' WEBB, which means destruction to some for the month of November, which were Invalid. Only 60 cents at F. S.Chaffee's barm's,and leaves no bad aftor effeots. ItI
this Jclnil of a cure that counts. It cures to
kinds of On calm drug store.
vegetation. a night examined and approved. J. R. Walker stay cured.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the coldest air will at first be on the and J, N. Waller were appointed a committee Scrofulous loi80it of tlie lllood.notanlo Office A Warerooms, Jvlng, opposite

Will practice in the Courts of the' 7thircult. hills, but later the colder air will slide to destroy the warrants turned GROW PECANS.V Illood Balm (1). 11. II.) cures all Scrofulous Cannon Street.Charleston .
Taxes paid for nonresidentsod down and other poisonous conditions of the
gently tho slopes and' accumulate S. C.
and accounts collected.itusvlllo over by the treasurer as per schedule. Mood, In either sex or at any age of lire, no mat. ,
rents in the hollows. Hence a frost is most The committee reported having performed Col. CaryVElwes, father of G. CaryElwes ter of how lonft standlitreated how previously mia-
how obstinateauquired. how negleotod, or how
Florida. likely to occur In the latter localities. their duties asked to be discharged, formerly of Tltusvllle, of Conway Sash Weights Cord and

The temperature is sometimes live or which was accordingly done. The treasurer Orange county, lias a number of Sores, Dolls, Tumors, ,

0. FRIES, C. E.COUXTY ten degrees lower in a valley than on the also had a certificate attached to bearing pecan trees.which are yielding a Ho tan to Illood lliilm (II. It. II.)cures all Sores, Hardware.
tlluoratlons, Eruptions, Holts,Tumors and other
adjacent hills for a period of a few hours. his report that he had the balances that nice crop of nuts.' He purchased and external evidences of blood taint.If .

SURVEYOR. Here, then, Is the combination of circumstances his report called for on deposit in the planted out the trees seven years ago..They Your Klootl Una n Taint of Window and Fancy Glass

land legally surveyed and sub-dlvlded. most favorable to frost: A Brevard State Bank.On were then young nursery trees, Specific 1'olnoiilnjr A SPECIALTY.BO .

clear or clearing sky, a subsiding northwesterly motion the report of bis Honor Tour or five feet high. Some of them Von should lose no time In havlnii It out. Our
lapping neatly done. Estimates for ,
and wondorfii! Ilotanlo Illood Halm (II. H. II)will do
wind that dies away almost toa the County Judge, for licenses Issued aro now nearly a foot in diamoter thin for you speedily, thoroughly and dually.Bo .
Itlnds of engineering works. (DIsile still Ioiik as tho virus remains it will keep burrowing YEARS'EXPERIENCE
calm a temperature of 60 degrees or growing rapidly. They aro ,
during month of November was examined into tissue, nerve and inusale, eveta Into
violently it will Dreak forth. You not think
Brevard Co., Florida."EORGE shown by a wet-and dry-bulb hygrometer. motion, the witness bill as paid out and give promise of being as profitable iiiuoh or a sore on the fane, a pimply may skin or anuloeratlnfc

With such a state of affairs a'nd a by the clerk of the court at the session as the best of orange trees. It Is strange the outorop throat of far, more hut either dangerous one of Internal tliein may con be

difference of from seven to nine degrees of the fall term of the Circuit Court, for that more of this nut tree Is not being ditions.Hliould.
W. ALLEN one be afflicted with stave of
any any
in the readings of the two tbeimometeisof $58.1i was examined and approved.On planted. mood Poison, Hcrofula, Borofulous swoIIIiirs,
Rheumatism, old tlloers and Bores, Tumors,
that instrument the of
occurrence a motion, the sum of $25.00 was allowed Trade Marks
8kln Diseases, Kidney Troubles, Brsema, Catarrh
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, hard frost is highly probable. Itut If to J. O. Files to restore to proper THE BEST SEEDS ABSOLUTELY Mercurial Poison, 'Tetter, Soaldliead, Designs
broken down constitutions or other diHoaso Cop>vriohts Ac
eyWest, Florida. one consults only a dry bulb thermometer shape all plats ami maps now on deposit NECESSARY.We caused by impure blood, 11. li.II, Ilotanlo liloodHalm Anyone sanding a iketeh and dssertntlnn may
Will and has clew to the amount of will oure you after every other known enlohly aaoertntit our opinion free whetherIriTaiitlnn -
In the no
practice United in cleik'a
States the office.On .
patentable. CommunUtlnns
cannot too strongly nor too often runioil,( has failed. Can be taken with perfect Is probably -
d State Courts. Djun95R moisture In the atmosphere, he Is a good motion, the bond of O. A. Stewart salety. It loaves no harmful results nor bad oomlilentlal.; for Handbook semirlngpal on PatautsOlilsat ..
of aont free. agency
urge the supreme Importance planting after elTerts. II. II. H.Is the only quirk and permanent tliroiiuhi Munn A Co. reuelvstjxrlol
deal In the daik.< And yet, if a man will for notary public was examined and ap seeds that are pel feotly pure and fresh.Seods Illood Purifier on earth. One bottle will Patents noete.taken, without chantey la the -
watch theimometer tei-t it in any case. Drujrgiats soil 11 II. II.at St
\ \ F. n. HOUGHTON an ordinary closely, .
approved. that are offered at cheap prices per large buttle, or send tliroot to ns anil we will Scientific American
and note how fast It falls from 3 to (I p.m. motion, the sum of $100.00 was ship to any point, all charges prepaid, six large *
aro almost invariably of doubtful origin bottles on receipt of as. Kemembor, II. 11.11. A hsndsomoly llloarratad weekly. I.ar e t ele.
., and from 8 to 0 p. m., ho can tell transported from the fine and forfeiture and the does not oontaln mineral or vegetable poison dilation of any aolentltlo Journal, Tern-is.SS ayaart
uncertain to
DEXTIST.tylona age, sure cause all
four months.SL Sold hy
Hook KltfiK.
from the rate of the what the temperature
drop fund to the prisoners fund.On .
planter disappointment and loss. The MUNN & Co eBr"d -' New York
Florida.HLP1I will be between midnight and motion, the following bills were thoughtful planter's only surety Ilea In BLOOD BALM CO. Atlantn, On.ENDEAVORERS Branch Offloe. 636 V Bt*Waahlnuton,D. C
3 a. m. audited and ordered paid.W. ,
buying seeds sent out by a conscientious

E. SMITH II. Sharpe, Co. Comr $ 7.00 and trustworthy house. A vast numb'orofWmerlonn
M. D. PLANTING GROVES IN FLORIDA.As J.Mendel, *' . ... 4.40
thero will be some "new J. N. Waller, 23.40 gardeners have (and have INTION. CONVENOar. -
PHYSICIAN AXD 8URGEOX.nclalUt groves J. R. Walker, uCanvassing .1.00 had for years) the utmost confidence in
planted out this and also new .
season, J. Mendel bomd
in seeds that bear the name, D. M. Ferry
Genital, Urinary an Rectal trees set lu old groves, I would Impress W. II. Sharpe, 7.00 & Co., Detroit, Mich. The present
Diseases. upon every one the advantage to bo gained J. Henry, Cleik 5.00 Throe delightful days wero spent by
In well J. 1'. Brown, Tele, by order oourt 2.34 generation of planters can hardly remember the thirty-five delegates attending tho
Located transplanting as as
at Placide Ilotel, orange ' Janitor 6.00 the time when Ferry's seeds were eighth annual convention of the Volusia

icKsosviLLE, Florida.y. other fruit trees as early as possible. feeding county dog 2.00 not on sale everywhere each year and as and Brevard District Union, held aiDiiytomt

This U something upon which too much "i jailor i . /. 30.00 regularly planted by thousands with Deo. 2-6.
stress cannot bo laid. There has/ been sheriff 8.30 Twice had Daytona entertained our
0. IT. FEETE; much discussion this waiting oo ct. court 8.70 the gieatest faith in the unvarying convention, and knowing the rich treat
point experienced
on among
*' 4.00 of the seeds and to the Integrity
co. comr. quality before them, our boats anxious to give,
ttt, EAR, XOSE>nd TIIROATj orange growers; some favor mm. jury, ct. court 2 0 of the firm that grew'' them. Every even more freely than they knew they
Inland Navigation
November and December, otheis January J. Mendel, recording roads 6.45 planter whether already a buyer ofFerry's were to receive, wore lavl.ih in their pre Indian River A Hay Itlaenyne

508 Cherry Street, and February; others July and August. A. A'. Ford, tisli'warden. 40.00 parations. Company.
and December T. A. Robinson, dep ..iEleo 20.00 seeds or not, should 'send for Home of the stores displayed the state
Macon,' Ga.UM. . I favor November Light Co for lights 000 Ferry's Seed Annual for 1801). It is colors. The church was beautifully decorated Commencing Monday, Oct. 10, '1)8.) the

for this reason: By setting out trees at 8 F Glbbs, rent for election booth 100 mailed free to anyone who writes for it.As business housrs and homes of steamer 8t. Angiistlno will leave Tltusvllle
McL. DANCY this time the has time to settle Wm'Ely 100
D. D. L. ground wealth .contending. Three times were Mondays and Wednesdays at 0:30p
around the roots during the winter; they Mrs Hill. 1 00 a rule homely girls know more we most heaitlly welcomed at the station in. j arrive at St. Lucie River Tuesdays

Graduate of Philadelphia of"psoi become well established in their new J C Jones, stamped envelopes. t .33 80A by the reception committee; ati the nnd Thitisduys. Leave St. Luclo River
College A Stewait accountant.E 15 00 than pretty ones, but most men are nnd
opening of the session In the afternoon, Tuesdays Thursdays; arrive atTltusvllle
,, class 1872. Perfect operations places, and are In the best possible condition L Brady & Bros mdse for jail. ', 5 70 afraid to praise them for it. ( by a welcome song service; and again, Wednesdays and Saturdays. '

oralned. to make an early and vigorous formally, In the evening.

i Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla.10TTON growth the ensuing spring. 'If planting Only a cultivated, oonseorated worker TtlUSTWOIlTIlT rer-
be deferred until late in the season, the could have framed the Choice thoughts WANTBW-SKVEItAL manngeour business in
and fitting sentences, ns did our district their own and nearby counties. It Is mainly
tree is at a great disadvantage; It must Endorsed bythe Governor Junior Superintendent, to whom was ollloe work dominated at borne. Salary straight
uuo a year and expanses dxtlnlte, bonnllde, no
come in contact with the long drouth assigned the address of welcome. more, no less salary. Monthly S7Sr References.Knnlose .

that we usually have in the spring, and Virginia's chief magistral* recommends Pe-ru-na, the National Catarrh For weeks the Daytona society had self-uddrossed stamped envelope, Herbert
IS. Hess, I'rest., Uept. M,Clitoago,
the newly-set tree Is In no condition to Remedy and Nerve Tonic been roherslng Its musio, and MS always
In our conventions, the singing was one
resist such. Tiees will make a much ME'NWitt of the pleasant and helpful features."Count ACTIVBby HOLiriTOItS WANTEn EVKRVWHfcltK -
more satisfactory growth the first year if EPRESENTATIVE Your Blessings" will not be soon for "TlieHtury or the Philippines.''
Murat llalstead, noimnlssloiieil by i iernment the i I lov*>
planted early in the winter. Another forgotten. ae Otllolal Historian to the War Depart
Hrdta The session filled with good ment. The book wus written in
In favor of early planting, better slow to for This Is because was army eamps as
point are speak publication. things. Bright/ brainy ; Hun Kran dseo, on the 1'uultla with General Merrltt -
tiees can be secuied, and the planter can their influence \% so great. The endorsement boiled down till papers all papers" In the hospitals at Honoluluin lions Konsv
they wero "point. In toe American treliohes at Manila, in the insurgent
oft seine Twines.A take better pare of his trees after being of Governors, Senators and Congressmen Practical addresses; pnrlments each prepared eamps with Agulnaldo, on the deck of
set In form than the nurseiyman guarantees merit, Publlo words, of praise from with tho one thought of bringing the Olymplit with Dewey,and In the roar of tlie
Perfect grove battle at the fall of Manila. Honsnza for ,
twine. in his such prominent officials must be based on positive suggestions thati could be used. It Is llrlmful of original pictures taken by government agents
CABLE CORDS and MACRAME. nursery. knowledge. The recognition which the catarrh remedy not strange that after listening totwe' photographers on tin spot. Large bonk
There is also one very Impoitant point Pe-ru-na is receiving by men of national tfive people who bad given their Low prices, 111>ig proltts. Freight paid. Credit-
EMORY constantly
JOHNSON ... .. given. Drop all trashy unolllclaf war hooka.
o a o. m
to consider In beginning a new grove or fame is very gratifying. Among recent letters from best, one should return home brain* outfit free. Address, K.T, itarber, Beo'y., Htar
MOODUS; CONN.li stock to use. In the most extiemesoutfiein persons of eminence is the following from Governor weary. Insurance Dldg., Chicago.

part of the state, it Is claimed that Atkinson of West Virginia* The governor says: The topics had a wide range. Bicycles,
missions business and duties
plensure; Palmetto Drug Store, Duytona.
almost all the standard varieties >of orange to church and each had its
Chablestox, West Vs., March 0,189* our country,

(except Satsuma) do well on sour The Pe-ru-na Medicine Co., Columbus, O, place, and the results can be only -fruitful Drags, medlolnes, chemicals, fine toilet

and rough lemon stock; In the upper Oentlkmkh: 'I can recommend ypur prescription fi> good. The attendance on the soaps, brushes, combs, peifumery and

A b's' vieI<1 of ***- part of the state,- or the orange belt, the Pe-ru-na as a tonic. Its reputation meetings grew Increasingly largo and fancy toilet articles In great variety, ,
hosts seemed
P'o.it and I our In no haste to "speed
XX, *"1" ult if satUfection sour and trifollataaie the best to bud as a cure for catarrh ts excellent, it having the parting guests." M, IIustox, propr.

you plant L'T" on. The sweet stock will also do well been used by a nuiAber of people known tome Delightful friendships were formed,

for budding to Satsuma, and some other with the very best results." which we hope to renew In oomlug All the classics and metaphors at the
Very truly.Gov. years, and we believe our Daytona
varieties, but In no case would I recommend command of a woman school teacher
G.W. Atkiitsov. friends would ear, "happy the town that
the sweet stork, only for high, dry can entertain a C. E. Convention." don't prevent her Jumping on a chair at

land, the sweet stock being subject tofootrot Catarrh is the national disease. Not E>DBAVoriKn. sight of a mouse.Catakhii .
and other diseases in low lands. an American family is free from it.
The search for relief and 1
eure con
The selection of varieties will, of course, In the bead Is cured by
FE""Y C UMnH.llteli.So stant.. Experiments of all kinds are For E.aeai sad Oraaaaevs. Hood's which eradicates
be governed by the location, conditions continually made without result for There nover was a day when Jewelry from the blood the scrofulous tnluta that

of the soil, etc. good. Ignorance of the cansea and was made to play a more oocnlt part, cause It, [Soothing and rebuilding the
This article will be scanned with criticism nature of catarrh is universaL Catarrh mingled with a decorative one, than delicate and diseased tissues.Hood's .

no doubt, on the part of some who I* elusive, persistent, penetrating. It now. A fiance gives hi* beloved a perfectly
Cure No Pay.WI have no faith In the orange Industry, but may exist in any organ of tho body. modeled little Cupid, worked ia Pills are the only pills to take

T anl"7! aU d'uggUts sell there Is one Jhlng certain, Florida will For this national malady there exists gold, to dangle as m mascot Iron* the ills.with Hood's HaVsaparilla. Cure all liver

r "533 CUILL TONIC disregarding the national scientific remedy Pe-ru-na porta bonbeur she wears upon her left
l rl the fool again by
pl ". Chills and Fever. It is never play We could have which for forty years has been doing a wrist. Pigs are bngely favored, and
"d .QulBM, tasteless the frost signal. work. helxl lllsmarck'tf Iron Nerve
ChiM grand # black cats with topas eyes are to
'"kltto*. nIovel Adult, prefer saved our trees and our oranges If we O. W. Atkissowe Pe-ru-na la the unflinching- of convey mysterious good fortune. What Was the result of his splendid health.

nauseating tonics. Price, 60c bad tried. J. " VTylik,
'In Southern Rurallat. exist. It Is the prescription of Dr. n art man. President of the Surgical els and suoh possessions as raystto lump* are not found* where stomach, liver anil

tt.TS! L TRCTTWORTHT Pelii Hotel. Columbus, O., who gives personal attention, without charge, to a of uncut Jade, coral and amber, women) kidneys want and these bowels are out and of tho order. If

The woman passenger who says she voluminous correspondeace on the subject of catarrhal diseases. Dr. Hart'man's present a very barbariO appearances or yon bring,, use qualities Dr. King's New suuueastbey Life

SK8*ary straight 9U0S2l'Wn would rather stand, when you offer your books on catarrh are mailed on application. All druggists sell Pe-ru-na. would if the exquisite' taste of the modern Pills. They develop every power of

( NMl'r,7i- H-ferenees. En? seattober, gets road If you take her jeweler did not secure tof these ban- brain and body. (Only 33 ceuts at F. S.Chaffee's .
word for It. Ask any druggist for a free Pe-ru-na Almanae for the year 1800. bias an infinity of grace and elegance). drug store. .



-* INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE. 4- to make your town presentable in pears at the Opera house, In "DavidUorrlclc" signments for G. Furman A Co., of New
and Vaudeville entertainments. York. Indian River Real Estate
appearance, but go at the work AgencTITUSVILLE
steadily and surely, and sea that Nearly all our winter residents are Our school opened Monday, with Miss
A WSBK1V JOURNAL DICVOTBD TO THI bBVBb* here, and the town is beginning to look Hunt, of Stenson, Ga., at the helm,
OPMKNT Or TUB IVDIAH BITKB, LAKBWOETH your places are cleared up without ,
quite gay fell here last Sunday
A frost FLA.
AilD BIHOA YKB BAT SBOTIOKS. procrastination. heavy
J. E. Arnout Is moving the Taylor night, doing considerable damage to the ,

Address all communications to houRo, at Holly Hill, to tbe east (or thetruclceis. .
From time to time the Advocate rivet) end of the lot.T. .
INDIAN IUVEK ADVOCATE, Norton and sister, Miss Stevens, YOU would do wen if you have property to sell and want it adveitlsedi
has published several columns of A, Travers now owns the"Amelia," of Atlanta, Ga are visiting relatives
TITUSVILLB FLOUIDA. and in tHe bands of live
paper, free of cost to you, put men, to write
interesting news fur'the benefit of and Is getting her In racing trim for the here. at od
them hints season's regattas.. ofArtesia this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.JOT" .
orange growers, giving Misses Mary Tuten and Vlda King,
PUBLISHED BVXHY VBIDAT. sales will probably be made this winter by this
on "How to Protect their Orange The yacht club will be a centre of attraction Bpent from Friday until Sunday Many Agency.VTV,
Groves from Cold Snaps." As far this winter, and will furnish with friends hero. yours.

Charles H. WALTOH, Editor & Proprietor.Dl.oontlnu.nc us we can learn, orange growers lots of amusement to oar visitors. Quite a crowd of young people attended PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to *10 on

along the East Coast and in other Mayor S. II. Gove has gone to Nassau the Indianola Social Club dance ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, V1.00 to *a0.M) per acre.
of dvt must be made per- to do certain work on the hotel there.He last Friday night. All report a very Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of *J
anally at this otlloe or bywriting.. parts of Florida have taken every will be away for a year at least.J. pleasant time. Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000 m
precaution to protect their trees ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of T ""'- """ -- -
from freezing in tbe event of a too B. Russell, of Hartford, Conn., has Rev, E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, preached year and 92,0(10( next. Prloe, 7,000.
Check,eta.,may be made payable to Charles arrived, and his schooner yacht "Eleanor" to a large congregations here last Sunday HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to 23 per acre.
H. y/ALtoa,publisher and proprietor cold wave, and we believe the will soon be put In commission.Jas. morning and evening.T.S.Sanders One hundred and sixty acres, lake frocf, 2T miles west of Tltusvllle

groves are now ready to withstand Ballough has put the fast naphtha and sister, Miss Janie pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, (550.00. KTJ&ZM0'0O
any cold that maysweep down upon launch Nyanza on the route between Sanders, of Indianola, and T. B.bons Glb-
IT. S. Department of Agriculture us from the frigid north. Those here and New Smyrna, (or the season.A and niece, Miss Dymock, ofrltt MerSun-

Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. trees that have been taken care of bad burning accident Is reported atM all attended service here last 3 BO"U"RS

are looking well, and they will soon II,,Zuber's, his little daughter, day. ,
The following is a comparative statement be as large as they were before tbe Mvrtle, having overturned a pot of hot

week of ending tomperature- Tuesday and, Dec.rainfall 13, 1807DATE. 18081808 for, the crop freezes of Florida of 1895-96.this year The is orange estimated coffee The on event herself.of the last few days was the THE STATE COLLEGE,. Grain, Hay, Feed, Flour, Grits, Meal an

launching of C. O. steam

7 MAX.7 MIM.r>2 MAX.78 MIN.54 out of to which be about about 500,000 20,000 boxes boxes, great yacht,success"Sweetheart., and will"Burgoyne's The-be luxuriously boat Is a Lake City, Fla., Cotton Seed Meal. Jew Garden Seed arming Frei

8ft 74 00 75 08 will be shipped from the Indian fitted and furnished, and Mr. and Mrs.Burgoyne education
77 08 to both sexes a good
70 70ue Offers
10II 78 77 00 River section. They are fetching cruise are In her.Courtenay.anticipating.< many a pleasant along the lines of modern thought land all tbe time.
57 48 70 02 fairly good prices, and orange activity.
1-2 04 42 70 04 growers are beginning to feel rather Scientific, Literary, Military and Industrial Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man
13 70 55 78 00 jubilant. It pays to' protect departments. Most complete beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write forquotatloi
Total rainfall for the week:U.0J inches outfit of apparatus. Expenses reduced Lowest cash prices.
your grove.REMEMBER Telegraphy,
normal rainfall for the to a minimum. Shorthand,
Departure from Office; 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
FLA.My .
week: minus 0.53 Indies. Departure A crowd of young people visited the BOok-keepiog taught free.
from normal rainfall si ace January 1, THE GOLDEN RULE light-house from here Monday.It. Send for a new catalogue to,

minus 18.81 Inches.J. .- C. Creech, one of Banyan's go- W. F. YOCUM, President,
W. Cbonk, Observer. ahead truckers, was la town Tuesday CITY FLA. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
On another page will be found a and part of Wednesday, soliciting con LAKE ,

notice from Secretary J, Mendel, I ., !
Useful information to of the Indian River Lodge No. 90oCJfreo

and pineapple growers will be ornnge found and Accepted Masons, calling CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEI
on our 2nd page.Wk attention to the fact that members THE MAPESMANURES. Season 189899..
of the above lodge are requested
to be present at the regular They have been the Standard # **
are quite in favor of the Hill
communication on Friday evening for 20
which is to be presented to con.gress State Agent Tj. & M. Paints and Oils.
Dec. 23d, at 7 o'clock p. m., ,
to stop the use of tbe Unlfed years In Florida.
for the election of officers and
States flag for advertising pur* payment Old 'Phone 8. )"\ 13 Hognn Stroi
of dues. To' our personal
poses. We are confident it will JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
knowledge the attendance of members .. .
have the hearty support of our
of late have been very meager,
wbieh should not be the case.

While lodge attendance cannot always
General Wood says that it is be taken as a guage of the Fertilizers Are * 8od *" Miip08, .HAMMOND PACKING CO.

more than likely that he will have . .
esteem in which the lodge is held
They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence.
to import laborers to clean and repair by the member, an exchange says
the streets of Santiago, because it shows The (Formeily The G. H. Hammond Co.)
surely that tbe stay-away Mapes put the money in the pockets, of the growers.
the Cubans refuse to work. has much less interest in its welfare OUR SPECIALTIES
When we sent our men to war to than he 'who is frequently Vegetables, Strawbenles, Oiange and other Fruit Trees. :

secure freedom for these people, found there. Where our heart is, Pineapples "Coin Special" hams and breakfast baco"Coin
Bananas Tobacco, etc
we did'not know they were such there will our body be found the
Special" panned meats."Calumet" .
poor workers. body and heart are living members. What'yOU Want Are ResultsResults, Results, Results. I have been

The fact that so small a percentage the Mopes Agent in Florida over Twenty Years.I hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
Read the advertisements in the of members attend the leaf lard.
Advocate before you give the pink regular lodge meetings shows a I have SOld Millions of Dol'ars worth of their goods to Thousands of

paper to your friends to send away, lamentable lack of interest at Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single consumer Homemade pure lard"

It is to your interest! to patronize least, an indifference as to what is has found fault with the Quality of these Goods. "Peerless" compound lard, sausages
the live merchants who advertise done or left undone. Time
comes The best yields The best keeping qualities. and all Packing House Products.
in the Advocate. When you write to some delinquents, however, when ,
or call upon them, do not think it sickness or adversities bring reflection The most reliable in drouths. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville Fl

too much trouble to tell the merchants when they wonder why Always the best prices in all the markets. ,

that you saw' their ad. in the they left such vital interests in the Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.2IJEWEIED .

."pink paper of the East Coast." hands of tbe inexperienced, the Read the following. It covers all these points :

It will do you no harm, but may he uncharitable, the crafty; why they "Ona nob Park, Fla., August 27th, 1808.v"MR.
the means of doing us some good, permitted legislation reducing benefits Jacksonville Fla ?
J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., : WATCHES CLOCKS
Do not forget.AcconpiNO to those of long-continued illness "Dear Sir: I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville maiket many ,
or starvation limits at n time years with indifferent success. You have often tried to Induce me to use
to Congressman Dingley when all personal means have been Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it, as I always thought they Diamond
and helpfulness to do cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson tome. Jewelry
the war tax will remain in spent aught
''ln I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff ,
force another year. Well, we suppose to ga assistance from other has always sold at once at the highest maiket price. I was especially foitun- WATCHES
we must be thankful for small sources have gone. Few persons ate on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were waiting Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Preseutj
mercies ; but, perhaps, our friend know the need of bread while the for me every tilp to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my
meal chest is full and "never neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen
Dingley will want" the time ; we REFAlRDflA

cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to
when the year rolls round miss the water 'till the well runs ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. I OIIVERVWR*
If he does, we will set Florida's dry." The realization of our dependence had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes."Very SPECIALTY.

great daily the'Times-Union and is then realized, but Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE." Spectacles and Eyeglasses* Charges paid onejway. R. J. RILES,

Citizen on to him. If Mr. Dingley often too late to avert it. Our own SfV* Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and testimonials 225 W. Bay St., Jacksonville ?-
saw things as other people do, he derelictions then state us' in the that will Interest you. A full stock always on hand.Tao1xljbc .

would not be apt to consider tbe face with unrelenting gaze.

existence of the war tax a very Attend your lodge, and see to it >xi."C7-:1JL1o: 3Flct. WANTED !
flattering compliment to his tariff that nothing is done to-day that
bill. you would'not wish to be done were

A great many people have noticed yourself the circumstances and your changed brother.between Ever & DANIEL.. Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beesia

that Secretary Alger's annual carry with you the Golden Rule.If istCLARKE ,

report is remarkable for its omissions. all our members would do this, *4i i! !jv In all Kinds of Tallow and Alligator Skins.
It does' not contain the how much of heart-consuming regrets ,

"round robin" sent from Santiago, would be extinguished. And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows

nor "Teddy" Roosevelt's report, Fresh and Salt. Water Fish Oysters Poultry Dry Flint Hides. 15c. Otter Skins, good 3.00 to 6

which "Teddy" told the Investigating Fort Pierce. Dry Salted Hides. .. 13o. ,Otter Skins, poor. .. 0 to i
Committee he hoped they Green Salted Hides. .. 08c.18o.. Coon Skins, good. .. 20 to
would read. To read Alger's G-O.XXB.Oy oto.u 033 Poplar St., MACON, CA. Dry flint deer tklns Coon Skins, poor. ... 05 to
report The weather continues changeable; Dry Salted deer skins. . 15o. Goaf skins 03 to
one would suppose that there variable winds and some rain.Mrs. White woo], prime, 18o. Sheep skinsAlligator 10 to

had been no scandal connected A. G. Tagow, of Jacksonville, arrived Black wool, prime. .-. .. 10c. skins, 7-ft.... 1.00
with the conduct of the war, and in town Sunday night, on a visit to & CHESEBRO BROTHERS Burry Beeswax wool, prime. .80 to 12c.23c. " fl-ft.. .. 63
that everything had moved along her daughter, Mrs. James Bell. '" 5-ft.... 43
Tajlow 20
,2o to 03c. 4-ft...
"as smooth as a marriage bell." Little Miss Lillian Meriwether carries Ginseng root, per lb. .$ 2.00 3-ft.... 13
But there are many who know otherwise. off the palm as the finest baby In town, WHOLESALE Young live alligators, 15c to 20o each. Reference National bank, Jackson'"
Some day the truth may and we believe of the whole county. To those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get '
be known about the war, but it Christmas tree at the Methodist church CJOMMISSON edI guatantee a Just and llbeial classification. Hoping to be favored wiin J"1
seems a long way off at present. on Christmas Eve, where old and young JPlSH JEALERS, shipments, j anli your8 trutW.
alike may participate In celebrating the R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville,
happy Yuletlde.Mrs. .

Reader, we want to call your Fred Ilartstone returned home a Nor 1, Fulto/i Wholesale Fish Market, New York. *

attention to a very important matter few days ago, from quite an extended Sample i
: Spanish Mackerel. Skeephead Blueflsh
which we know will be of advantage visit at Daytona. The young people are Red E. McMURRAY
to you as well as your always glad to have .Mrs. Ilartstone In Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks. OUR $25.00 01
town, she the life of &
town. No matter whero you live function. being every social Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished if desired*

along the East Coast, now is an ex.cellent BAKER. HORSE FARM
There Is to be a temperance play at
time clean side
to up your the City hall Saturday night, given by I1GC1
walks, yards, lots, etc., of unsightly home talent. The play waa written by CLARENCE B. MILLKH. EMabll.hsd 141. MILLER LONODOTBAU.Daytona. .

weeds and' accumulated rubbish. Mrs. EUen Allen, wife of our Methodist Bicycled Sundries ' PateDt "'"*' duWe box afU "nd Sprn, *Se''"'
They give your town a very uncouth minister, and promises to be of unusual e tc? '

and slovenly appearance, merit., and All we are hope cordially to see a invited goodly to num attend S. B. MILLER & CO. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.P. .

and all weeds should be at once removed ber of our folks turn out and contribute ,
and your placcs made neat liberally to aid the good cause. WHOLESALE
and orderly. Some of our Titus.ville WILLIAM CLARKE. Sanitary Plnmte

residents have cleared their COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
sidewalks of weeds ; but we want Fine Gas Fixtures Shee
to see others follow suit improving A No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York. Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing,
large new safe has been placed In
their idle moments by cleaning the postofBce.J. Iron closetS
up their places, so that visitors to Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish pnmps and drain pipe bath tnbs, water
H. L. Batefahr of
one the old orig Mackerel, Bine Fish, etc '
our town may leave It with a favorable inal settlers of the Halifax -
impression. Now do not reported very ill. country, la REFERENCES: Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions nm37
In the United States.MP .
fall over one-another In your haste The Chas. King dramatle company ap* Stencils furnished on application. Forsyth St, near Laura St,

s iSai,

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Powder > *


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome m

WOVM,BAMtWO POWOffW PP.,www vowh.

West.p her home for the past seven years, recently
died after
a lingering Illness. A
husband-and Ave children survive her.
The children are, Mrs. N. Blalook, Mrs. V.1X Jkrotinfl 3'oitiliJSBox*.
s HoRd, formerly connected with Antonio Pomar and Harry, Frank and hi Price $26.OO.GUARANTEED SQsT"* Before buying the following Materials be sure 'and apply tous
r E. 0. 8. S. Co.. Is now engaged laib Edgar Bradford.
ib brokerage business lit this place. ANALYSIS: for prloos, and we will prove to you we can save you money.

The many friends of Col. J. C. Wlialir. Moisture .....,VS to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
., will regret to learn of his death.Ha Bradford.Rockledge. Ammonia. .... .,.. .., . *'..,... .....,..... 5 to 6SO ,
Colonel's life lias been a long and Kqual to Sulphate of Ammonia. u. to 85 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
Available I'bonnhorlo Aelcl. t... *t..,.*. .. 8 to 8
jieful one to this city. is slowly but surely putting Kqual Potash to K3 Bon O.*rhoaphat*of Lime.....,.:j: ...,! > 11 A to to 13 A DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,

Major Frank A. Butt*. Captain G. A. on her festive attire. Equal to Sulphate of Potash......;,,.. \' S tO 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
L on and A. F. Jorss arrived from Washington Most of Rockledge's winter residents MaxnesiaLimeSoda, eto.EST" 68 to 60I Fi

recently, accompanied by the have returned, and our people are rejoicing Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

[eoclnft which has been erected In the over the fact. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.

tfisetery. Our $3T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
orange trees
groves many covered
Considering the numerous "puffs" the with the golden fruit are looking H prices.

pink pap r Kve| tne Flagler hotels, your very attractive at present.Drs. .

Mrre pondent does not see it getting Please Correspond with us before being induced, to from. Dealers.
much advertising In return. Hotel Key Bodine and Eckstein and others buy Send for AMelbourne.

ICwt has had quite a number of free are already on band with Ashing tackle i Pamphlet.
notices all through the summer notwithstanding ard are said to be making good catches ]

the fact that It had no ad.n of fish. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER- & PHOSPHATE CO.
: Surely "one
the Advocate good Tourists are beginning to arrive here,
urn deserves another. and the New Rockledge hotel one of

A few days ago the steam tug Asststloce the roost comfortable hostelries on the Tac3sQoxa.T7-Ill: IF'loxica.eL. i
Id command of Capt. Itouse, a'rmi coast Is ready to welcome all who come. ,

liere from Norfolk for coal. She Among those who have already returned

ruon her way to New Orleans for quarntina here are: A. D. Baldwin, II.. J. ceeds. ,
duty. Capt. Rouse reports that Smith, Wm. M. Merwin, A. J. Canova, Samples Mailed Free to your Addresa
December 2,Vben 26 miles southeatttif W. J. Nesbltt and Albert Bennett have
id II. P. Shares, S. II. Peok, F. F. Taylot, upon application.
Martin's Industry lightship, he sightda II. Frlsch, C. W. Blakeslee and Chas.Devlin. formed a partnership, and will consolidate
floating hulk, and another wreck Initltude GOODK A OOODE. Real Efltat* anil Loans. the grocery with the hardware business
30 dog. 40. min. north; long. 80leg. Agent for .Aetna, London and Liverpool and '. A. S..Botsford' will continue as
Olcibe, and Imperial Fire Inmiranne. Special
110 mln. west. The latter was aroodcn of the business for the .COHEN BROTHERS.
J. D. CRABB keeps a nmt-clamt Saloon. Vines attention paid to tile Interests of non residents. manager new
vessel, bottom up. v been, whiskies, brandy and rum, importedami ilrm.II.. ;
domeatio cigars, tnliaeco and cigarettes.rrlce . .
Sunday afternoon, the dedication of aisodsome of liquors from tl.iw to fs.no per gallon. I. Chandler, of Canaveral, Is visiting
Iron fence, Inclosing the plot Prompt attention to telegraph and mall WHEW YOU OO TO MELBOURNE call at the the dilTerent towns along the Vast
if ground In the City cemetery, In which orders. Terms Cash. Coooa, Flu.J. liasaar, Mrs. Chas J. F. Campbell A Co., Millinery , Coast ln the Interest of a proposed telephone
D, CHABB, A(ft.Banyan. Notions, Dry Goods, Ladles' ready
rat the remains of the sailors who were made and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned system, between Daytona and Goods House
ailed In the explosion of the battleship Corsets,eto., embroidery and eolored silks, Melbourne. It Is hoped that in time the Popular Dry -

jalno, us well as four men from the souvenir spoons,Stationery,eto.HOTFL line will extend from Jacksonville toMiami. ,

YiDsluw, one oil the Mafblehead, one .

if the.Newport, one oft! the Yankee, The bean MELBOURNE, FLA.Lovelv .
crop was never better.J. Archdeacon Brown will visit St. Johns
ind thirty-six others killed during the view or Indian River. In a sheltered church JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ebt'lllon' was the occasionsof, one of II. Sams visited the school here situation. Superior saaoinmodattons. Moderate next Sunday being his regular ,
last.week. rates. appointment. In addition to the regular
lie grandest.demonstrations ever witrnsed W. R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. services, morning at 10:'t0, and evening
in Key West. Fully 10,000 perons Cold sure on 'the morning of the 12th at 7:'I0, there will be held the usual
viewed the procession and the exicises 38 No damage reported.Mrs. session of the Sabbath school at Da. m.,
of dedication. The fence was HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELHOURNTC, FLA., to which all interested
inrrhased by popular subscription under Jas Arith and children, of Atlantic overlooking Indian Rlveri homelike aooommoilatlonit are cordially welcomed.
he auspices of the Union Veterans' was in Banyan this week. and (rood linaril. Rates Si.ISO per -
dav or SO.00 to S7.00 per week, aooordinir to
/ttfon, Encampment No. 09, of Washngton The Christmas tree will be held at the location of room. Bpeolnl rates to River 'Invitations are ont for a masquerade The Largest Dry Goods
and Capt. O. A. Lyon and Maj people. CHAS. T. McIIRIDE, ball, to be held at Eureka hall, Deo. Snth,
Gilbert hall Saturday Deo.24th. .
on .
' evening, Proprietor.sr
.A. Butts, who arrived here via'theMl for which extensive preparations are being
Coast. made under the competent management
The representative of the Commission W.-1. Metcalf is spending a few days of J. E. M. Hodgson and J.> A.Gilbert. Store in the State.OM .

ers' Houses Is beaming a smile on us In town this week.Capt. The lady patronesses are
Miami.Mr. usnowadays. Mrs. Treutler, Mrs. Ives, Mrs. Gilbert,
A. J. Ooode made a a business Mrs. Nesbltt and Mrs. Alnsworth.
Wingate, the mail contractor,' Is trip to Cocoa last Monday.

and .Mrs. L. R. ClaiKe and James having tough luck. He wrecked his Messrs. II. Sweet and Archie MoMul-
Loderaon, of London boat Saturday night at Eau Gallie and [Send the Advooatb an order for any
England, were len, of Franklin, Pa., are pleasant gucBtsof Job
ecent arrivals here. arrived here eighteen hours behind time. Hotel Carleton. printing you need.]
The people on this pnrt of this island now offering Extraordinary Good
The Fort Dallas Land Company has had a splendid service by way of Bali la, Messrs Wm. Munn and Eugene Randall

ml moved a large two-story house from cheaper than the present. Then we got of Boston, arrived here last' Thursday Stuart.We .
be west side of the railroad track to our mall on time when the train was ontime. evening, much to the pleasure of Tallies in Fashionable

levcuth street, near Avenue D.Thomns . But via Eau Gallie and by sailboat their hoBt of friends.Dr. are still free from frost here.

P. Marshall, Mrs. II. P. Marliall too, is it any wonder we are kicking Leon Peek Frank Conhllng, the
Mra. M. Marshall and Keed and right at the *beginning of shipping Misses Jessie Ooode and Louise Mitchell Our Sunday school will have a real Silks Dress Goods and

wl D. Marshall, of Pittsburg, Pa., reently season when shippers depend on their attended the book social at Eau Gallie Christmas tree. Good music, recitations \
arrived In Miami for the winter.Gnorge market reports for placing their goods and report a nice time.Mrs. by the little ones. The entertainment ,
Intelligently? will be on Saturday evening. All are
L. Babcoc k, of Key West and Carter, Miss Jennie 'Strawbrldge Invited.Prof. .
UvariB, has been appndlng a few days and Ml Susie Carter arrived from
Remember that the Indian River > s .
Miami. Burgess gave the second of his
i Mr. Babcock has been one ofw Sliarou, Pa., last Friday, and will spend
Advocate does all kinds of Job printing course of leotures in the school house on Trimmings.
leading merchants at Key West fore the winter In their cottage on the hill.
short notice. Send them
e r at an Saturday night, to an appreciative audi
and be convinced that It Is the plaoe to Don't forget the big dinner to be given ence.- Subject! Astronomy. Next Fri

lr-Jnd? Mrgud,, Smith, of Nash- have job printing done.Georgiana.. by the.Ladies' Guild at Hotel Bellevue, day eve he will speak on geology. Lecture ilM AH orders filled same, day as received.
i Tenn., are among the arrivals here, Friday evening-Jan. d, from 3:30to7:30.SO : free.'

Here borne.they expect Mrs. to Smith make Is their-slstor permatut of- cents for big folks; children, 25 cents.Mr. Your Money Back if Goods are not as we Represent.

r. Ensloe, of this place. and Mrs. P. P. Powell, the Misses Waveland. '
Mr. Pago.returned from Miami several Maude and Ethel, also Mr. Frank, who Address: ''
Foreman Weatherly has a large force with the have spent the past summer in Chicago, '
days He Is highly pleased COHEN BROTHERS ,
imen connecting the Lemon rook ago. here and life We have bad cooler ,
City of that part of the country. are now back enjoying Iq weather.than usual
wwtu the Miami City road. There appearance their pretty home on the bluff.Mr. at this season, but no frost. Popular DrylGoods House, .
only two blocks to grade and rock, The recent cold did us no damage.
w the road will be completed, There was a light frost ln spots, on Mesmler, also Mrs.' Fred Irwin Reader, If you are not a subscriber to JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
boards and such things but none to hurt and two daughters, of Cbloago, arrived the Advocate, now Is your time to band
iSi? ,te m Wp Miamt arrived Sunday here Monday evening and will spend in you 91.00 for a year.
rning from Havana vegetables. their tine winter home at
bringing some the season
Se 8d a ,lttle She also Rev. James II. Owen, on his way to this place. Mr. Irwin will com* later; The first made shipment of string beans are
being from this week, U. E.
etters, which were mailed conference at Gainesville, stopped over
jweir destination from the Miami postii for a few days to visit his brother, W. D. Last Tuesday Capt. Geo. Gleason Olds getting off the first shipment onTuesday's MANUFACTURER OF
friends this brought down from Eau Gallie In his steamer.
Owen, and his many at
last week.Mr. launch Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson and It Is about time for the
place regular ..winter
.WaddeU Da "o'd' * George daughter, of Chicago; Miss Jones, Niles, schedule of the Indian River Umbrellas
lPn ,weDty ROre of land at CocSa Vesey nail Is very busy in getting Obio, and Chas. Gaillard, of St, Augustine. always appreciate the steamers.We and Parasols.
seeing frequent
for .10 launch and fleet of row boats the calling
per acre. This land his steam The ladles spent evening of steamboats
* down
Hed to the Maddock & Jennings over to lake Poinsett, so that tourists on friends.Gov. Kssage up our

U ,ifTntl? opened for settlement.7rfr will have better facilities for hunting Gleason and wife and Miss AlineGleason of Indian waterway.River's beauties It Is a are pity seen so from little Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done. All work Guaranteed. '

l ey olrds whisper, "Was the and fishing on the St. Johns river.'Tuesday the which 2<1 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
< for George?" or Eau Gallie, were pleasant railway, naturally takes the ,
night the many friends of Mr.Wethey visitors to their Goode friends last week, lion's share of the passenger trallic.
assembled at Dr. Chambers' at driving to Melbourne in their new rig.A Those tourists who do take the steamers
r i" Subscriber, your attention Is dr seven o'clock. They then took up the horse beats a sailboat when the wind certainly get a far better Impression of Bermuda Onion Seeds.
the name-und-date slip pawled upon line of march for Mr. Wethoy'sj as they Is light or ahead. There is a fair road the natural beauties of the East Coast ..

I01"'paper or wrapper. If you are inSt. neared the house, lanterns were extinguished now to Eau Gallie for wagons or bicy than Is possible by going by rail.We .
"Wfs. pleam, remit. the merry chatter ceased and bave been WHITE AND RED, genuine TennerlfTe stock, $2.60 per lb-
in darkness and silence they reached the cles.E. expecting to see our Texas Rust-proof Oats ,. fiOo. bus.
with stunning clatter of C. L. Blanchard, of Boston, spent storekeeper sell out since he placed his per
house. Then a mirth breaking two days In town last week, meeting ad.' In that well-known advertising medium Florida 00-day Oats $1.00 per bus.

Augustine..Tt feet, and the into repressed shouts of laughter; many of the friends he made while here the Advocate; especially as he Georgia Rye . ., 1.50 per bus.
out again merry stormed the house. two years ago. He Intends to spend the offers a very desirable location for doing Florida Rye ,. a.BO bus.
the surprise party Rlvxr with bis a good little business with f per
Indian moderate
nuh a
winter cruising on
VVIllonghby, of New- And as Mr. Wethey Is uncommonly fond Broward of Boston who amount of Mr.Olds the Full Stock of Field and Garden
*" Kue8t at the Hotel There were cousin, Chester capital. present Seeds.L. .
* of pie, it was.a "pie party.
', left on Monday for Miami. three mince, two lemon, la now at Valkaria, visiting his par owner, wishes to devote bis time tojthe
eighteen pies,
development of a patent. We are CAMERON. Seedsman
3*taS bum, who has been con- two pumpkin,' two grape, two guavn, ents. Hiorry to have our friends talk of leaving, ,
* 8*" A"Ku "n hospital, has one cranberry, one apple, one orange, The social 'given by the Epworth but as many mora come than go, we cannot 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
wed aad returned to Miami.to one mulberry, one tomato and a two League at Mrs. Geo, Brown's last Friday complain. Everyone should have
chicken pie. It carried oft the prize. Mr.Wethey night was a very enjoyable one.Programme the privilege of trying to tto the work he
'lvLHowa 5M turned from his was told be must cut It and give : Song, Miss Hopkins; believes himself most adapted to perform Established 1ST*.

> ent ? ?,? and Pftn, Beach, where some to each one or his guests, to lift piano solo. Miss Mattle Brown; piano ing." In that way he will reach a higher
W n h* ''Merest of his two new oft the top crust as It was all nicely deo- solo, Miss Maude Powell; comic reading, plane of usefulness than If he never puts CEAS. R. TTTSE2T

* orated with roses and too pretty to cut, Mrs: It. W. Goode; piano solo, Mrs.Chns. tils abilities to the test.We .
Howes has opened fine which he did, and much to his amazement Campbell; reading, Miss Sue Hop ,

tn c ; a resAll" his- there were two mlnatute white kins. very often read of losses by Are In (Successor to The J. R. Tysen Co., Established 1878)Tou ) MW
f chickens in a large nest of flowery. He groves and other tracts, but one need
take note
small rod, and lo and never fear that here; or the depredations
lifted a green can SAVE GOOD MONET
up by
Gallie.Capt. sending to for
Eau me quotations on
n and of stock both
behold, up came His chickens fighting unruly as are easily
his }7ach nlaa *,' accompanied like fury, which raised a general prevented on our peninsula, which is
-T 1'6' > 't here flowers he only one-fourth of a mile wide at Its Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls
V, ,, Sunday, for a laugh all around. The gave Andrews, of Eden, has his sloop ,
Pam, neck ,
from that
? Be ch and other as souvenirs. A" large turkey platter this week. expanding to about one-
on the East Coast. filled with a piece of each kind of on Hodgson's ways half a mile In width. It has) a steep
&& pie was and Mr. Wethey was requested to Jack Frost Is coming mighty close tous bluff bank on the St. Lucie river side of all Kinds

' ;,?'w7Tork ba"toated take cbalr in the middle of the room, these nights, but so far baa done no and a beautiful slope from the highest .
* iIrsR ? thelr<>rtna two winter. Mr.Wtou.1 and then that platter of pie was given damage to oranges or gardens. land near that river to the bank of the POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Cracked

8ue U at the Barcelona children, him. He looked at It in amazement for Our Sunday schools will unite in giving Indian River on the east. Over onehalfof Bone, etc., etc.WnEAT !

Kr Van n a moment an ,
little hammock growth and the balance the ,
ticket agent of the I stole when I was a ,
of a pie being
roe which preparations are now Buckwheat, etc. Grits Meal and
of the Bacon.
ordinary growth of
pany, has gone to Jack- fellow I was afraid I could'nteatltall. greater part
*t asw5at0, ln outness. Doctor There;were forty persons at the party. made.Tne. the state. In this hammock soil we find FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. KAlnit, Acid Phosphate, eto. Tobacco

7 aPPolnted to the vacancy.r Miss Clark and Miss Bond ascertained steamer Silver King came off oranges grow very successfully, and also Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, eto.INSECTICIDES. .
last Saturday, and Is now pineapples on both soils. A few
fifteen states Gleason's ways years
r tPKanner, her Master the fact that there were receiving the finishing touches at her of development will show here, one of Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour

ie Bateman, represented. mooring in Eau Gallie river. the beauty spots of Florida; all that Snlphur, Bl-sulphlde of Carbon, Caustic Soda, eto.

nature can do Is here offered. BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster Fire Brick Fire Slabs
lr R hner social at the Avilah, last Thursday ,
vL *
went to If
1. >"ill"> meet them.> -We would esteem the favor our evening, was largely attended and Hair, Shingles, Lath, eto..

P. readers, when writing or calling upon enjoyed, the Christmas tree fund being Qease mention the Advocate when I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish with.
Br merchandise, you
*lestm, d'ord..a native of our advertisers to purchase from the advertisers.
v enriched by goodly sum pro- writing freight rates to placs.
who has made this city etc., would mention the ,

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COLOR quality and appearance , COUNTY BY BAR.OF THE. DADE The Tropical Trunk Line.

of vegetables, Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa

weight and plumpness of grain, The reception tendered Judge Minor

S. Jones at the Hotel Palms, Tuesday JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.Ta6xftir .

are all produced by Potash.Potash evening by the local members of the bar,

t was a most enjoyable occasion and very = = Id Effect June 88, *M.

appropriate, this being the Judge's first No. 200.ToT21. No. 3T No.23
LocalMixed 1040 p 9 12a83U Lv..JACKSONVILLE.-.A
visit to Dade county since bis appoint UlOpVi Orange Park.,,
Tu, Til. ....Peoria ...
ment. and Bat 'is p 10 02a ...MagnoliaIn
Judge A. E. Ileyser and W. I. Metoalf llup out Green i>v Springs,...
3 40a 12 40 11 00a Palatal
were the prime movers In getting up the ,. Batsum*.
combined with Phosphoric ,
properly and deserve all the '
credit of
reception, 4 4fla 11 Sua .Cresoent City Junction ,.
Acid and Nitrogen and Its success.We 6 2 a 152 s32Sa ISoiip Seville
0 38'i' 12 Sup ,.l>eLeon Springs......
give below the menu and program, '' Olenwood
liberally applied, will improve which was artistically printed and neatly l j p 240siiei 1 Olp Kereaford..
' & ..i i d {
soil and increase yield arranged: e oia ,2
every 438 p900a 1 Up ......Orange City Juno....
MENU. t2 4Hp ...... ....Enterprise
and quality of any crop. Raw Oysters 4 66p AT TITUSV1LLK Lv
3 slip Mt. Dora ,.
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which Ptckles Cold Slaw Olives 4 utip ...Tavares w.......
Broiled Oysters Oyster Stew 3 80 a 1 45p At.,..... Banford., Lv
tell how to buy and use fertilizer* with Cold Koast Turkey Pressed Chicken 430 a 3 00p ...i,., Orlando ,
greatest economy and profit.OERriAN 3 10 a3V 4 ftAp Lakeland.., .. ,.
Cranberry Jerry Ox Tongue a 8 20p Bartow....!.,...
KALI WORKS, Mayonalse of Lobster Potato fcialad 110 10 a)8Mp II lop Ar..Punta Gorda..Lv
Heavenly Hash ufip ....... .....Tampa
93 Nassau St., New York. 780 a ,,Tampa liny Hotel......
Strawberry Ice Lemonade 830 aTu. 45p Ar Port Tampa Lv
Plain and Fruit Cake Vanilla Ice Cream SAFETY COMFORf QUICK TIME I LOW RATES ., Tlnir* RatSun.Wed&Fri. OOp La Port Tampa..Ar
Orange Siloes Cocoanut Macaroon SOOp Ar Key West Lv
INTEREST TO LADIES.The Malaga Grapes Finest Cuisine and Serviea. Ho Transfer between Jacksonville and Mew York.ThesTleet ... |Ar ..'Havana Lv
Cheese Coffee Crackers is composed of the following Handsome New Stool Steamers I"Algonquin
"Cherokee "Seminole." Dally, t Daily except Sundny. JMon.,Wert,and Fri.
editor of Tlio Wostorn TYade Journal "Comanche" , "Iroqaols, Train leaving Jacksonville :I2 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1 M p. m ,Ocala 2:00 n. m """"
TOASTS.W. J: S p. m., Hrooksvilleo lOSji.m, dally.
Is bent
wliUt North-Bound.
Is frequently Trains SI and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tin
dovic'o in the way of a fastener to keep I. Metcalf, Toastmaster.Oeo. Steamers are appointed to Ball according to the tide. snd local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation 0f '""""Sw
Our Judiciary M. Bobbins Prom JACKfKWVTlXK. FLA.., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Union Station,Jacksonville, at a p. ru.
the hnt In place on a I.idy's lioad within From CHARLESTON, fl. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
The Bar W. S. Graham Una" Sobedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.i .
of "Clyde
For hour sailing see
bis knowledge, and where the sameis obitainable ( S. L. Patteison Indian River Steamers leave Tttnsville 6:00 a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for St Lnrts Hi
Jury Trials SouthBound.Btenmers and intermediate landings; returning, arrive Tltusvillo Wednesdays and Saturdays wmmw.
of the Arm
and the diameter or "
\ H. F. Atkinson
are appointed to sail from Pier lis,East River,New York", at 8 p. m., as follows: with northbound trains.
company nuimifucturing the same. Judge Jno. D. Broome D. L. Uaulden, For CHARLESTON,S.O., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. W. H. COFFIN, Q. D. ACREltLY.
These letters have become so numerous Our Legislators ( E. S. Dlmick For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde y Oeneral Superintendent. General Passenger Ap
\ F. S.Morse New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
and the field of Inquiry1 has so
lately, INTERLUDE. (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)
widened, that we are called upon to express ''STEAMERS"
Our nonored Guest A. E.
an opinion on the merits of everything of the Bar J. A. McCrory From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville are appointed, tp sail as follows: From Lewis' Wharf, lloston, Florida East Coast Ry.
of' iv kindred character. As this ( Ralph D. Paine THURSDAYS. FKIOAYS.Clyde's .

Is published solely in the Interest The Press ] Bobo Dean
f Guy I. Metcalf Line.
of ourreiiduiH, and especially the female ( Samuel D. Paine St., Johns River

members of the family, we have, as aonsuiiienoo The Law, the Gospel t J. K.Walker Jacksonville, Palatka, Banford,Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (BtadpplLv

of these iiiquiiles, devoted ( A. R. Simmons, .ThCelegant Sidewheel Steamer
ome time to un examination of the various Humors of the Law ] R. R. Taylor "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.'* feToop STATIONS.

specialties in the line of hat f us tenors I J. T., Sanders CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 4 20alup ....Jacksonville ... ArLv jCian 10 UsOui.
The Ladies JOIII.- appointed to sail as follows) lOUOm413p'lOBfia # ....St.Autusrlae .'. ft
now on the market with a view of B. Saunders Leave Jacksonville > Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30: p in ....St. Ancustlae._ Ar Upp
advising our friend* where the bestls obtainable Leaves Sanford Monday*, Wednesdays and Frlduys U:(KI a lu 4 53pU| KtaTsSpiriC' Hastings LvAr. 4 Up .
Owing to previous engagements, a a XtTL.T. TLv.Ar limp
and something of Its moiits and number of those who were on the program SOUTH HOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH Read HOUNU.up. 4 lop 1045a53plR ., ... .Palatka lu
Read down. J?p Ar ..SeiTVareo.,. Taup
font ti res.la for*speeches were unable to attend. Lea 3.30 p.8.4S Jacksonville.. Arrive 2.00 a. ui.8.C0 LtLv ..San Mateo.. .Ar SH..I, *
pursiinnco of this object, wo have The following Is a list of those who p. Paintka...., Leave 2.30 p, m.l.oo m., TttasiTPalntka....... LvLvl Tu5p 'id
8.00 a. .. JVntor p. ......... .Orraond......,,. 8ftlp 7170e
made many examinations and thoroughly were present: Judge M. S.'Jones, W. I.Metcalf 4.30 ..St. Francis.... p. m.in. ........ Daytona........ 2Wn <>
a.a. .... 12.00 a.
Heresford ,
of Inventions Port
investigated a number Orange. 2 tip 5tlU
Metcalf O. I Metcalf 11.00 a. m.u -
Miss-May 6.00 a. .Blue Springs. New Kmrrna ..... 2 2up
with the result that we find what is Mrs. G. I. Motoulf, II. S. Os'born, Judge Arrive 8..10 it. ..Hun ford.Enterprise.. 0.30 oo a.a. m.Gen'l ui.. Oak Hill. ,, lUnimp
known the Ideal Hat Fastonor the 9 25 tt. Ttrmmlis .......
as Heysor, Mrs. Ileyser, Dr. Paine, Mrs. Jacksonville, City Point 12 Hup
and Passenger and Ticket Office. 2Q4 W. Bay St.. .. Conotk
Lust the strongest simplest habvfastcner 13 Sp1218n
Paine, Ralph D. Paine, Geo. A. Worley, Rock ledge .. ,..,.
we have examined. It is an uptodate It. R. Taylor H. B. Saunders Geo. M. w. H.C. T. P. A., F. M. IRONMOVOKR, JR., Fla. Pass. Agt., Ean Gallls........ 11 4.allH.
of 0 Bowling Oroen,New York. | 2(14 Went Hav I ISupt. St.,Jacksonville,1 la.WARUURTOV .....Melbourne....... .'*
appliance. It never gets out Robbins and D. L. Gaulden. P. LOVELL, Asst.Fla. .. I JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. .. Sebastian......,, 10 Boa
order and is thoroughly tellable. The Jacksonville,71a. I Foot Hogun St.,Jacksonville, Fla.IHEO. St. Lncie..,..,,. os;
a. KOKK, T. M., Bowling Green, New York.WM. ........Fort PlnroeEden. 5'
Ideal Hat Fastenor costs less than any Judge Minor S. Jones, our newly appointed P. CLYDB CO!, General A gents, .... Ola90ia
and Is 11 s Itslswars Ave., Philadelphia ... Jensen ,
device of this kind made, guaranteed Ciroult Judge, held his first S Bowline;Green, Mew furs. Smart 8 MiHih

the manufacturers.It .. .Hobo Hound .... .
unreservedly by
term of court In Dade county this week.Ilis West Jupiter 807lT3ua

Is the result of long-continued study rulings have been fair nnd Impartial MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. West.. ....Linton.Palm Beaoh... ..,
and export skill, and the lady supplying and satisfactory to all. He Is a genial Fort Lauderdale..., 014a5.SMI

the same, whoso standing and responsibility gentleman and Is universally popular In Florida, New York, ., ....,...Lemon City
Is unquestioned, or slio would not Dade county. Lake Worth News.Banyan. Philadelphia and Boston. .Miami. ftSUa
bo mentioned in this connection, guarantees from Brnnswlok, (via Port Royal,3. C..J to Ne*York. usrirnUKTWKKN BtatToTTST

satisfaction on every one sold. PASSENGER SERVICE.To ir.ol0| 101 E T7 bmyrna.. ,.. ...Ar No. iplo J
This is basod on the sale of make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville Ton OUplliasaI ............................ Lake Helen ..,. .,. ..LvNbw 12 40p 4U>1
guarantoo Thursday at A::00 p. in.,via Fernuudlnu, clone connoution with 20p 12 02p ....... Orange City 12 aOp 8441U
thousands of those appliances, as was [Too late (or our last Issue.] Cumberland Route sreainors at Fernantllua for Fernundina.P.Mxengera Brunswick.. 8 ZBplU lop Ar.. Orange City Junction. -ipl '.Hif
Supper will be sorveil immediately on leaving
fully demonstrated in the course of the Final arrangements have been made go at once on board M
investigation made before this article for the Christmas tree. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Mt.ISVi5JllriSf'r
was written. By acting on the advloelioio The little colored child on the Burns'place
PROPOSED SAILINGS * '"''orlda East Coast Isstn
mK5y WS 5 hS Steamship Company
given, editorially, our .roaders will died on the 5th Inst. Lv.New York,Pier 21 E. R., 8:00p, in*., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. iJ-iTiiJF i5Sr r . oodVS> 3 y and Fridajrs arrer arrival of troli! from Jso*
be placed In communication with the The thermometer registered 40 on iZ SSfa S.'H Ky "*rrit,, " tot Havana. Leave Key Wert 190
niost Friday,Deo. 2.. RIO GRANDE..., ..Friday,,Deo.9
manufacturer of the perfect and the of the ttth Inst,
morning Friday, v.. .STATE OF TKXAS ..Fridny, " 16

satisfactory hat fastener now on the market The attendance at the ball and supper Friday Fridaya., ' 16.... STA'lE RIO OF GRANDE TEXAS., .;.Friday Friday,, " 23 30 JlTjl"? ,n<"r*httn whloh trainees* boat,maybe expected to arrlv.s.4
the best of sclontlllo .2Kti.oT2r.V "t"tJon, "ad 'K>ru'bo their arrival or at the Urn*
and obtain product departure
was good, despite weather.Mr. For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, etc..apply to any railroad agent or toA. S aid te. r-pon bl. orany delay or a
and mechanical skill. This usof P. MURPHY,Agent,'i0 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.K. n o.. .in .V.? nr
and Mrs. C. B. Merrill, of Troplo, H. RAYMOND, Oeneral Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga. For eopyof local time card call at 23S Wert Bay Street, Jaoksoavllle, or address
ul device Is something every lady has stopped In Banyan for a few minutes on 0. H.MALLORY,Genoral Agent, Pier 20, E.River,and 302 Broadway,N.Y. 4.P. BltOsrVvTTH. Traffle M> ager. j. jj. RAHNEH; A.O. P. A
long desired, and Its invention (Ills along the tlth InstJ. St. Angustl...

felt want. B. Carter, one of the boss bean

Ladles needing one of these useful Inventions growers of 'Troplo, perambulated this Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad

should send 25 oents for one to"I. way yesterday on his saddle horse.J. .

II. F.," 700 South rryor street, Atlanta. W, Bands and J. L. Casper,' ofTroplo

See ad. on our 8th page. ; S. Osteon, Lotus; J. A. Booth New Florida & Northern Air-Line & Florida Trunk Line. JL- Southern
and Geo. Wann, Brantley, were seen here *
this week. Time Table in Effect July O, 1808.N'ns.38and .
Ills Life Was Saved.Mr. .
More orange trees were planted out

J, E. Lilly, n prominent citizen of this week. About 3,000 trees in all are
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful growing In Banyan, und additions bolng
deliverance from a frightful death. In added light along.M. .

telling of it ho says: "I was taken with Verno and family, of Georgia, are
typhoid fever,, that ran Into pneumonia.My In Banyan for the winter. He will plant
lungs beoame hardened. I was so a couple of aeres of beans at Boviue In M03T EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED OUr OF FLORIDA.
weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. addition to a patch hero.
Nothing helped me. I expected to soon NORTH EAST WEST.TnnOTJOH
dlo of consumption, when I heard of Dr.King's The department tells Col. Bob Davis .
New Discovery. One bottle gave that after a fair trial. If the service is

Kreat relief. I continued to use It, and not satisfactory It will be re-arranged.
now am well and strong. I can't say Bovine is also In favor of the change PTJI.1.2IAKDHA"WINO "BOOM CAR3. DINIKO CAQ3,

too much in Its praise." This marvelous buck to the Bahla crane, on aooount of TnOROUOHJAEE COACHES. VESTIBTJLED TBAIN3."WASHINOTON .
medicine is the surest and quickest getting their mail two hours earlier.

cure In the world for all throat and lung The Bovine people have some very
trouble. Regular sixes 60 conts and $1.TilaL fine lands for truck farming. B. J. AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED.

bottles free at F, S. Chaffee's drug Stewart bus a tomato patch that is as JSl'lot! lliui,1 Dr wlnrRoom Sleeping Cars between Tamps and Ne* Te*
store. Every bottle guaranteed. via and Columbia, without
tine as oau be. It is loaded with fruit oaaase.

ready for jmirket. He also has the UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES.On largest blue gum tree we ever saw for
the age. It Is three years old, stands Pullman DrawlnrRoom Buffst Sleeping Cars belwssa Jacksonville and New

'forty feet high and eight inches in diameter
December 22, 23, 31, 25, 80, 31 and Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville.

January, agents on the J., T. fe X. VV.By. Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Mr. Wlngato, our new mail man, Is
., are authorized to sell round-trip having a tough time. On his first trip SSlSS..P-lT1 BrRoom 81 P a Cars to Macon. Atlanta. CThattauooge and
tickets to any point In the state of Florida he arrived here at 8:30.: Before the .aonneotioa for Loalsville and the Northwes*.

(except Koy West) limited to January change of supply from Bahla to Eau Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
Oallie we had our mail by 4:30 often, 34 mtkennnnnctlon for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4:30 p.m. and 8:40p."m
4, 181H), at one (1)) fare.To and never later than ft. The trouble Is respertlvelv. For Sew Orleans, train leaven Jacksonville 9:4-1 a. n with through sleepers, ar- Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevllle, Through tht"LAND
points outside the state, within Mew Orleans 1:40: a. 111 Only tnrouith eleeper line, Arrives Jacksonville from New Orrlvlng -
with norther. not
a heavy may get leans 6:52 p,m,
the territory of the South-Eastern Passenger any at all. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Noa. OP THE SKY."

Association, tickets may be sold .3.1 and 36 Fast Mall,Sleepers between New York snd Jacksonville, snd the.Cincinnati
and limits where schedule Your I>aiircr Now Sleeper via Ashevllle.Noa. .
on above dates .37 ami 38 oarry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with
will permit, nt One and""one third (It) and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepere between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
Is from the overworked condition of the .3M carries simper from'Jacksonville to Atlanta .and Chattanooga. This is brought to
for the round '
tlrst-class fare sd.
regular Jacksonville by No.
liver and kidneys which are unable to All baggage will be ehseked from Union Depot. Tlokets will still be sold at the olty ticket L. 8HTJPMAHFlorida H*
trip. Iron clad continuous passage expel Impurities from the blood. This ofllce,202 llinran Street, as well aa at the Union depot ticket office.R.W. A. Pasa. Agl. 313 West Bay Stress. jacbsonvUls.
tickets to be used to points outside the causes rheumatism. Hood's Ssrsaparillahas CAMPBELL,Passenger Agent. J. R. M\R'4H ALL, Ticket Agent, 202 W Bay St.. cor. '* lSSS* W- aTUai 8. H. HARDWICt
GOLEVf AN Airent,Jacksonville.O. ,
Hogan,Jacksonville. WALTER ,Gea'l Traveling *
state. been wondei fully successful IncurIng M. HOLDHN,T.P.A 8t.Augustine, Fla. A. O. HacDO.NELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. aiiisrAoMajr Un. Pasa A .. A" QPAt *
this disease. It neutralizes the acid Waahiaf lea, tX O.
G. D. ACKEltlY,
Id the blood and permanently cures the 1,18o .
Gen'l. Passenger Agent. aehes and pains which other medloinea Home-Grown

fail to relieve. Hood's Sarsaparllla is FOR SALE.... .
Volcanic eruptions the best winter medicine because It purines
enriches and vitalizes the blood.It .
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob Ufaof gives help just where help la needed.It PINEAPPLE SUPS AND SUCKERS *

Joy. Uucklen's Arnioa Salve cures tones the stomach, stimulates the
them; also old, running and fever sores, liver, and arouses and sustains the kid Of the following Varieties :

ulcers, boils, felons, corns, warts; outs, neys. It wards off pneumonia, fevers, Marketl..,
bruises, burns, soatds, chapped hands, bronohetls, colds, coughs and the grip. Abbala, Porta Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth

chilblains, best pile cure on earth. Cayenne Pernamonco and Red .Spanish. r.r ... U lis sWd sJaf ?5***V ,nit wer. Oflcial annus if iljs S Tp ctw*
Drives out pains and aches. Ouly 23 cu.a Some men are held back' by their ,
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by F. S.Chaffee wives, but they probably wouldn't get Apply to O. C. MAXT1TAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
druggist. there anyway. West rJm Beach, TU. vs&as &SggSffi $50.00 IN GOLD.i"i .

-iC lt"nl rf.iiflt4 1




Drill at tho Armory, over oounty jailevery
Graham Hotel TALATKA, FLORIDA. The meeting of the Florida State Tuesday evening in ilia month, at 8 o'olork.
Teachers' Association to be held In St. U. It. BMWAMr, Captain.Y. .

Augustine from Decenber 27th to 30th,
V. 8. C. K. '
The only Brick notel In town, Electrlo lights and bells. Open the year promises to be the most successful one (
round. Service strictly llrst-clnss: Meets every Sunday evening at 6:30: n'olockat
ever held. The Is now ready the rresbyterlan church.
Rates: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families.Mrs. program
and will be printed in a few days. While
enough of the old and tried speakers are
Lodge No. 17 meet* Tueadayevening
Proprietress.OItMONI every
the to make It conservative
on program 7.3" In I'rcahvterlan ohnrili. fubiiouieetiugs
there Is a large infusion of new and flint l'uen in oaoh month.C. .
blood which will doubt throw
>. young no tteo't. I. r.
enough tire and enthusiasm Into the discussions

to make them Interesting. Besides ClUIItCHKS.BVISCOPAL .

HOTEL OOQUINA ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, FLA. the discussions by a large number

of Florida's representative teachers, we CHURCH.Strvtoes .

have procured the services of Dr. James Snil and 4th Sunday* In each
for the
Open Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.i .
who month,at II a in.anil 7 MO p. m. Bunduj atliool
L. of Toronto Ontario
Hughes, ,
Sea Food a Specialty. i every Sunday at :.) n. in. h\eiilug 1 rayer atSp.
will entertain and Instruct us with some in. on Wednesdays. Litany eervlt-t every
M. VANCEl Fropiletor. rrlday at 10 a. m.Aruhdeaoon.
of the crisp Ideas of frosty Canada.It II. F. Brown, Hector.1'RKSHYTERIAN .

Is a part of every teacher's professional

MELROSE HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA.J equipment to have a personal CHURCH.
knowledge of the various parts of 01 r Services every Sabbath at It a. m.and".tnp.ra.

On the Halifax River, and one mile, from the Sea; situated In-a grove of state, and especially places of note like Sunday upt. I'rayer school meeting at Uitti on a. Wedneailay m., Geo. W,evening Suubte,

palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot St. Augustine. It l a part ofeveiyteacher's atiUIO. Hie public are cordially invited to attend
water. First-class in our aervloea.
every to attend the of Rev.I. r. HOWARD
duty meetings I'aator.
Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate.
his professional brethren. The F. T.A. .
makes this easy for you to do by procuring

HOTEL AM60L. ATLANTA, OA. TITUSVIIXE.TJSTIDT low rates on railroad* and oheap morning Preaching and every evening.aeoond* I'rayer and fourth Meetings Sundays every
houses. Weitneaday evening at 7.00 o'clock. Sunday
The Palace Hotel of the South. board at hotels and boarding
School every Sunday at U.4A a.in. Alao preacbIng -
American and European plan*. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best Local arrangemlnta In St. Augustine first Sunday at LaGrange. All are cordially

Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally looated, only three blocks .'ST VDEIEe 33:0: are In the hands of home people, and we invited to attend. K. N. Bkll, Pastor.
(mm Union deoot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke have been assured by them of very reasonable
from tr m Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled
briny hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Kates, American plan, TITUSVILLE, rates ranging from oue dollar per METHODIST CHURCH.
12 50 to $4.50 per d y.European plan, $l.OO to *3.00 per day.OEO. day at boarding houses to three dollars Regular aervloea every Itrat, third and fourth

W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. INDIAN RIVER, at the Aloaxar hotel.. Sundays School every at 11 Sunday a. m. at and IOon 7: no a.p.m.m. Rpwortfc Sunday

FLORIDA.J. We have received the yeryr kindest assuranoe League each Sunday at 8.80 p.in. I'rayer meet
ing every Thursday night at 7.00 o'olork, Tha
at the hands of the railroad officials Ladlea' Aid Society meets every Wednesday
the Holland ATLANTA, OA. ; and, while definite pledges have at aervloea.S.00 p. na. Ever)ludy welcome at our church
27-20 Auburn Avenue, BAST, not yet been made, we can safely rely on Rev. A. D. FENNKY, Paator.
Manager. our usual rate of one cent a mile of

travel to all who booome members of the CATHOLIC CHURCH.Bervlies .
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.Mrs. .
Association; and the opportunity will be at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new
Open all the Year. Church building. North Tltiiavllle. Children's
F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, given to every teacher, advanced student, oateohlain at 8 p. in.Rav.
.J.r.O'BoviJt,Rector.MUNICIPAL. .
or friend of education to become a member
Kates, $1.00 to $1.80 per day. Phone 1620. Only a few minutes by the payment of the annual fee of

walk from Railway stations one dollar. .
and steamboat land
MACON, OA.EDGERTON ings.. There will be an ui npt made to procure TOWN COUNCIL.Mnynrt .

On the banks of the an excursion to Miami and Palm Adhnmar Ilrndyi aldermen t Jno. M.
far-famed Indian River, Beach, and to other points of Interest. Dixon, W, It. Knox, .lno.lt. Walker, Minor S.
JuneK.. L. llrodyt oaaraxon John Henry:
MACON, OA. Full and further Information will be clerk and treaaureri C. S. Schuyler| iiiarahal
HOUSE and collector 1 M. S.linen, Jr The council
Next to "Brown House." ROCKLEDOE. sent outfrom time to time. The program meets flrat Tueailny in each month.
of exercise* will be published In

the next number of the Exponent and of HOARD OP TRADE.
Facial; the passenger station, and convenient to all parts of the city. Street During the month of December will
the Journal and the official bulletin Meets every aecond Wednesday nlghtrln each
the door. Choice from ;
pass rooms 50c. to $1. Restaurant
convenient. be conducted in family style. Opened month at SiOnoclooM In rooms over poatoftloe.
Address Edgerton House, 4th St., Macon On. when completed can be procured by addressing Jmlge M.S..loneH. prealcenti Win.JM. Brown,
New Rockledge Hotel regularly January 2nd. Shell roads, the Chairman of the Executive treaaureri ,1.(1. Unat, tecretary.

Horses boats for fishing, and Daimler Committee.
JACKSONVILLE:. launch; all for use of guests. Rates, Each county superintendent Is request,
ed to file at once a requisition for as
$2.50 $3 per clay. Special weekly SCHOOL BOARD.

On Indian liivcr. rates until January 15th. Send many official bulletins as will furnish all .7. M. Dlxnn, Tltuavlllet R. N. Andrews,
Hotel Flacide 8* for his teachers and advanced students and Cocoa; 8. r'. Glbba, Melbourne.

January, 1894iln booklet, n. P. SHARES, Proprietor, friends of education who will probably

the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Rockledge, Fla. attend.No COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .

iln block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. effort will be spared to make this If. Sharpe, Sharp*", chairman ) Joneph
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 day and Mendnl, LaGrange) J. R. Walker. Iltuavllle;
the per the grandest meeting every held by our .Inn. Houston, Rail Gallle 1.1.N Waller,Ankona.
Special rates by week.
JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.Travelers' WEST PALM BEACH. Association. Regular sessions are held flrat Monday in each
J. U. Fulks,

New Chairman Exeoutlve Committee COUNTY OFFICIALS.

Hotel. Seminole Hotel W, E. Knibi.oe, Minor 8.Jones, Tltusvllle, circuit Judge| T>.
. President, L. Ounldnn, Tltiiavllle, oounty judge; M.
Management. Guldamlth, Tltiiavllle, prosecuting attorney;
A. A. Stewart,Tltiiavllle, clerk circuit coartj J.r" .
FELIX Woo ten, Coooa, tax assessor; K. W. Hall,
GARCIA, Proprietor, - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. OPEN ALL TnE TEAR. FLORIDA STATE TEACHERS* ASSOCIATION, Tltiiavllle,tax collector;John Henry.Tltuavlllo,
treaaureri J. II. Sams,Coiirtenay, superintendent
Electric WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. T. AtrocsTiNe, fla,, Deo. 20,1898Jan. public Instruction| J. O. Frlea.Tltuavllle,
Lights, Electrlo Bells, Baths, Complete Service, 1, 1800.Ou oounty surveyor| J.P.Brown,Tltusvllle,sheriff.Homcepathic .
This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has Jvery convenience. Close to
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, December 23, 20 and 27, agents on

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.NERETT with Ashing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and the J., T. fc K. W. By., are authorized to
upwards; special rates by the week or month. Bell round trip tickets to St. Augustine

GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. limited to January 1, 1800 at the following

rates to teachers and school officials

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. On presentation and surrender of certificates Dyspepsia Powders.

from county superintendent*,
showing them to be entitled thereto '
Largest, best, and coolest choice rooms for summer $1.50 $2 $3
; $5 ,
baths Hotel From Orange Park, J $1.0(4( ; Peoria, J Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Eruotlons -
p'ator service, ete. Connolly MIAMI/FLORIDA./ $1,19 Green Cove
C ; Springs, $1.8ft, via Deloblngs, Piles, Itching of
| GARVIN QILMAINE, Manager. W. W. TIDD, Proprietor.lotel Palatka, $1.10; Hostwlck, HOo; baUums, Skin Liver Troubles
8O0}Slsoo, 80c Pomona 80e Coma ttOa
; ; ;
Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the week.O. Huntington, OSe; C. City junction, $1.00; of the Heart, etc.

P. HUNTINGTON, Seville, $1.10; Plerson, $1.20; Eldrldge,
/ Proprietor.MANIER $1.30 Uarberville $I.Hft DeLeon
Roseland ; ; Springs,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.0d $1.40 Glenwood Directions: A powder before meal*
; $1.00; Beresford, $1. DeLand, $1.70Orange; C.junotlon, $1.70; and at bedtime.

your way South stop at Roseland. Three beautiful lawn Snnford, $1.00; Enterprise, $1.00;Osteen,
acres bowling & $1.00 Minis
LANE MUSIC CO. ; and Tltusvllle, $2.30; Paola,
}i, tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must beo $2.00; Sorrento, $2.80; Mt. Dora, $2.43; Twenty Powders, 20 cents.

to ba appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. The Tavares, $2.00.J .

nof Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran via Jacksonville; the other rates Depot:

slates, $2.00 per day; Special weekly rates.Mlts. shown above apply only vlit Palatka.

A. M. VanHAAFTEN, Manager.ST. Tickets must be stamped or endorsed \ SAMUEL EDEH, M. D.,

Malcolm, Loye, Fischer, Manier & Lane In ink", "Good for continuous passage BBOOKLYN, K. Y.
only. Certificates must be attached to
AUGUSTINE. 1340 Bushwlok Avenue.A .
your ticket report.

PIANOS G. D. Ackeiii.t,

Hotel. Oen'l Pans. Agt."Blood .
Algonquin .. cotton m.


Refitted, newly 'furnished and under ," said the Anglomaniao, "U LINEN NETTING....

new management. Centrally located Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. thicker than water. "
near all points of Interest. Large sample "So it is," yelled the Imperialist
room for use of traveling men. Overlooking "Let's wade In it" Town Topics.
Plaza and Monuments. A full Write for Catalogues.
view of the ocean and rolling breakers Another Lyrlo Qona.

from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric MANIER A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, Many qneer things cone an editor'!

bells and a perfect system of sewerage.Jto'es 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla. way in "the poetry line," but If there FISHING TACKLE,

: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week.0p were prizes for poetry the following,
n all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor.'he from the prollflo state of Tennessee, Superior made quality Lliieii GUI Netting:
from Knox's Scotch thread.
wonld certainly be entitled to consideration
GOING NORTH ? : Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.

I wu born la the state of Tennessee Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .

St. George ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MBS..C. and. TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." 1 In pray eighteen the Lord hundred to have sad merer alxty-tliree.on met 8. JOnNSOX A CO.,

D. Tyler, Owner Mg'r.Corner Manufacturers,

Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee I Losing went and one lac fought aa lick for mf aa oonld country bo.frost 131 South SL, BALTIMORE, MD.J .

of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the very center of the city. Mow I prey tho Lord to have mereon mot

Strictly first-class In every respect. Rates: $2.50 per day and upward River Route. I marched with Jackson. I followed Lao BUT OR SELL.
Special Whan tho .
weekly and season rates. night waa so dark that 70aooaldn'tsee.
Asking tbu Lord to have mercy on mat Confederate Bonds &
-* The Georgia Southern A Florida Railway comprises part of the TUton Route, Money.

Buckingham ST. AUOUSTINE, FLA. and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates the Now follow tha war's Jaokaon overt or Robert 1 cannot Lao aaoTo POSTAGE STAMPS.

NOW OPEN. Wv. P. Kknnet, Manager.DATTONA finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; doable dally, Jacksonville to Nashville via Macon, And tbo lord and tho ateto don't have
Largest stock In the world. Address
Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, |and the mercy oa met

1% Inn FLA.Ebnkst. Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. Atlanta Constitution. CItAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, Oa.

NOW OPEN. L. Cajwkll, Manager. For further Information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc., CoineM .
write or call on It la m strange fact thai tho number WANTED tbla BETERAL state to mtnago THU8TWORTHY our business Per

> ) Hotel PALM BEACH, FLA. HUGH IT. RICHARDSON,'Gen. Agt., of American officers and men killed at In their own and nearby ooontlea. It la mainly
Hibiscus Santiago ofnoa work conducted at boroa. Salary straight
7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.Wm. was 360 the same a* the
SHOO and
24. Leon H. Ciixet,.Mg'r. a year expenses definite, bonande. an
Open Dec CnECKLEV SnAW, O. A. MACDONALD, number killed by the blowing up of the mora,no less salary. Monthly 7S. Referennee.
Vice-President, Macon, Oa. Gen'l Passenger Agt. Alain Taooma Ledger. Enclose solf-awldrsassit stamped envelope. Her
GEORGE C. HOWE,'Proprietor. bert K.Hew,rrest.,Oepb it,Chtcago.


(SucoeSBor to Lovett& Carroll.)
The sale of tickets on December 20
and January 2, 1801), over the J., T. & Artesian WellCONTRACTORS GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinds
K. W. Rv., is authorized in addition todites ,

previously published, all limited tu AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited
January 4, 1801). G. D. Ackekly, Oenl. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE .
The Plant System has authorized rates ,
of one fare for the round tiip from all "
boints south of Ocala to Tampa and return BB-A-XD"2" ds IB
Asso'ion.Ftnnmi ELL L. O.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Famished
The on account of the opening of the THE MOST COMPLETE ABSTRACTS of Title

*St. Louis Keg and Duttlod Ileer. Hotel Exposition grounds Building, tickets In to the be Tampa sold December Bay Electrical Supply House xs toe for Lands In Brevard and Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fmi

Bold by Mom,I.oHloy & Motlow, Titusvllle, Fla.Ky 14th and 15th, limited to return December And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay; Bran, Cotton
Mr J. V. lOth. The Exposition Building Counties.We Indian River
Mr. W J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on dealing In
will be formally opened on December IS. the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patron,.

...JOSEPH ZAPF... The F. C. & P. Railway will put on a ELKOTKICIANS, List Very truly, E. LN BRADY A BRO., Titusvlllo, Pa! ,
double daily sleeping car sorvioo between Jacksonville. - Florida. have a large

Wholesale Beer and Liquors. Jacksonville and Cincinnati on the 18thof owned by
this month, running through sleepers of Lands
via Evetett, Southern Railway to Birmingham
West Bay Street, and the Memphis routo to ourselves and clients. Losloy <& Motlow,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Kansas City, also the sleeping car line toSt.
Louis via Everett, Chattanooga and Price for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
the Queen and Cresoent route.

HENRY R.THOMASNj See 7th page. lands $3 to $100 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Vines, Brandies, Runs, Gins and IHlstte

.LA VILLA PHARMACY Bottled Beers, AIjqs and" Stout.A .
... THE "ROSA MARIE" SAILS.At per acre.WE .

Flrst-ctaas Line of Cigars. ** Billiard and Pool Tables
Keeps all Kinds high noon last Sunday,the obipper, solicited. Prompt and careful'attentlon
Orange and hotel trade Is elven to
Para Drags Fancy and Toilet Articles. sharpie-rigged, private yacht "RosaMarie. have a few Residence, ordurs.Family Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusvllle.FliJames
satlod out from the port of Titusvllle and Pineapple Properties In desirable
Prices to suit, in charge of her owners, Messrs.Chas. Grove
F. Naethlngand Prof. J. M. Lnrlln,, locations. Prices Reasonable.
801 Adams St., cor. Madison, of New York, accompanied by Mr. Win.L Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:!

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mitchell of the same city, as their C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
Before the anchor was hoisted t TITUSVILLEi
guest.and the gang-plank hauled In, many of Complete Supply of Edison, LaLande, Offices : i and MIAMI."Writ .

Vlneapplo Slips & Suckers our citizens oalled to Inspect the nattle Sampson and Dry cells for Gas Engine INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
mariners" ton Electric Supplies.MILLINERY. .
craft, and bid the "jolly ignition. Light ...
for Sale.Abbakas voyage. A representative of the Advocate Quick.
; was among the number, and also SCHOLARSHIP. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Egyptian Queen, Golden mine host Bast, of the Indian River FOR FREE
Authorized capital
Quoen, Porto Rico. Smooth. Cayenne and hotel, wbere> the gentlemen had been FARE PAID. $100,00(
Ked Spanish. Apply toMADDOCK stopping during the fitting up of the ... RAILROAD Paid up capital, $25,00(

A MaTTHAMU, oraft, A handsome collection of cut Positions Guaranteed. Average deposits, $J6O,00(
"Palm Beach Pinery," roses, from the hotel gardens, were con and DRESSMAKING.
West Palm Beach, Fla. trlbuted, and graced the table of the Open all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. .
main saloon, from which ample refresh'ments BUSINESS COLLEGF, Transacts a General BankiuBusiness.

were served by the hospitable Macon, Ga.
For Sale, voyagers up to the time the "shore bell' .
was sounded.A .

Ton thousand aores Turpentine Land, more enthusiastic trio of Bportsmen Meat Market Largest and Oldest Bank on toe Bin
duck Coast
near transportation. never left this port on a shooting East
in St, John's county,
cruise among the surrounding bayous Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries
Thousand in one body, and lagoons of Indian River. During
Sixteen Indian River well their week at the Indian River hotel O. F. DUREN, Agent. DIRECTORS!
Titusvllle on ,
near they killed, in three days shooting, over ra Jas.Pritohard.'W.B rURXXTTIPmllltlof
timbered. 200 ducks, and since starting on their the National Bank ot Jacksonville),J llu
CoUlVTLAND the town mi 22, Hogan street, cruise, within eight miles of Jacksonville), and W. M. Knows,
Jacksonville Fla. they have killed over 300 more. Among
these teal widgeon, redheads f&Titusvllle. > CORRESPONDENTS.
were many ,
Seaboard National Bank of New York in
and canvas-backs, but the spoonbill iifcTjfrfcfiaEifciff... National Bank of Jacksonville. 20
House for Sale.A or golden eye, duck was greatly In
the majority. Tuesday morning they ** 'X'X'X'UfcsvVXiL.I E, FLA.

good, substantial, -wellfinishednineroom sent Into town en their tender over 50
two-story house for sale inTitusvllle. pair to ship to their friends In New York.
Will sell cheap If sold soon. These gentlemen declare the waters of'I Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction
Inquire on the premises.M. itusvllle seotion unexcelled for successful Guaranteed.
D. L. Dodson. duok shooting.
Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, A SHAKP REMINDER

Wanted, BOARD OF TRADE MEETING. Titusvllle, Fla. Florida.
That Christmas is almost upon us, *>

By a practical man, charge of orange The Titusvllle Board of Trade held be the fine display ot Holiday Goods thai

grove. Thoroughly understands the their regular monthly meeting in their FOR we are showing in Shaving Sets, To business in all its branohes; has had 10 rooms on Wednesday evening. In the $3.so.... Chests for mechanics, and toy tool chest!

years experience. absence of the president, Judge Minor order or New York'Exchange, we will for the boys. Cups, Saucers and Fauci
Address, K. W. Burton, S. Jones, Ex-Mayor R. (J. Sorlmgeour, Sent to us by Express, postoffloe
Mertltt, Fla.lllr the vice-president, oocupled the ohalr; send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, Crockery, Our stock is complete, and jol

Dr. J. Marlon Dixon, tieasurer of the FOUR FULL QUARTS can find Christmas gifts galore, that ail
looked diligently after the finances; Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old .
while the secretary, Mr. J, G. Bast, clpient.JAS.
In the best style. Address, It. O.Scrlmgoour looked after the records, read the minutes
taxidermist, Washington of the last regular and special meetings Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
avonuo (oorner of Main street), Titus and kept a record of the proceed
vllle, Fla.MRS. ings. Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins, Banker
Wm. M. Brown, Prof. W. II. MoFar- We ship in PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to indicate contents (which will avoid all oomment and-
it and it, if it la not satisfactory, return it at OUR PBITCHAB.D & SON
land, Editor E. B. Wager, of the Florida )J 20 When will you be cheerfully got refunded. Tlila Whlakey ia a (rood tm any *5 00 goods In the market.We . ,
DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, Star; Editor V. II. Walton,of the Indian your are oloaat hand anil can irlve you QUICKER DELIVERY than illsrant houses. We RESPONSIBILITY have
bttainea in thla city and at the same atanil for over IS YEARS, and aa to our
and F.
Rivkii Advocate Mr. A. Losley been dolnir *
; who AND RLl'UTATIUN for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here, or to Tltusirillo, HTM.**..
TITUSVILLE, FLA. were among those members present
the editor of thl* paper.
took an active part in the proceedings. SOLOMON A LEVI,
The treasurer's report showed the
1028 & 19.10 First Avenue,
Board and Room One Dollar Per Day. Board to be in good financial oondition.
!: devoted to the BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Considerable time was P. O. Box No. 33.
and consideration of the and Rugs.
reached by 'SOUTHERN'EXPRESS COMPANY Carpets Mattings
When in need of White and Rye Bread, question of good roads, wbloh resulted NOTICE," Imttopolnteon: We nay Express lines Charges of other to Expreaa all points Companies, we prepay only to points where ...
Pies, Cakes, etc, go to Mrs. Delsner'a in the adoption of the following resolution Southern Express Comi ny transfers to aald other Express Company.
City Bakery, Yachts, boarding houses, by an unanimous vote;
hotels and families supplied.JCff Resolved, That our senator and representative THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES,

passage of a be bill requested by the next to Legislature secure the The Bee Hive Dry Goods and Millinery Store
Beading notioe ads. on this pag dividing Brevard county Into Road Districts Fall Patterns are now being received.

are live cents per line per week. to correspond with the; Commissioners'
Districts, and that a petition Is one of the Best and Cheapest Honses la Jacksonville.. Awnings and Linoleums a Specialty.H. .
to the Board of County Commissioners, ,

week.Tibbals. signed freeholders by a of majority any district of ,the that registered a special LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, E. CLARK,

J. II. Andrews made a trip to road district tax for be the levied purpose upon of the building petitioning therein Silk Waists and Skirts of all description kept In stock and made to order. Afirstclass 38 West Bay St.,

Eau Oallle this week in his sloop Dixie.We good roads; the amount of the special line of Gents' Furnishing; Goods and a new line of Millinery to select Jacksonville. Fl
Alfred Cox out tax to be mentioned in the petition, and
are pleased to see from. You will find our Prices Right, and Mall Orders promptlyattended to.
again, who has been kept at home taking not to exoeed seven mills.
oare of some very bad bolls on his neck. The following committee was appointed Write us, or when In town give us a call, and you will be pleased. ESTABLISHED 1878.Wm. .

by the chair to present the foregoing Address J. WEISS, Proprietor,
Miss Badger, one of Eden's popular the officials to make
matter to
young ladies, was a pleasant caller atMrs. the same effective proper: Judge M. S. Jones, 21 A 23 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. A. BOURS & CO....
J. II. Andrews on Saturday last. Judge D. L. Gaulden, and Geo. M. Robbins -

Miss Lula Parkbam, Mr, Bakor and Esq. Secretary Bast was instructed GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER!
Mr, Ilairlson, of Waveland, were the to engroxs duplicate copies of the resolution ,
guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. T.i Waters last to present to the State Legislature Insecticides and Powder Guns.Read fl Eist Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
Board then adjourned, B'
buuday. The lnndle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A oomplete stock of
Mrs. J. II. Andrews spent Monday and Died In England. Cora, Oat*, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Soed Meal, both bright
Tuesday at Eden as the guest of Mrs. J.II. the following from Mr. Brown, so well known on the East Const : dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.Bon2 0r

LeTournau. She reports a very pleasant Died On the 20th of November, 1808, "Htpoltjxo, Fla., Nov. 18, 18')8."MR. i! i'la?, PJ lA"T, 1*'Orange tree and Vegetable Fertiliser.Pure h
visit. at St. Leonarda-on-Sea,England, Charles Sf fui, 0 tu"h:8uPl t Fot "n. K lnlt, etc. These
C. R. TYSEN, superior in ,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
the Robert Norton Henderson, aged 2.1; late
The ladles afternoon tea met at
Fla :
and I lobe Sound Indian "Jacksonville
of NaruooHsee ,
residence of Mrs. Geo, E. Andrews, onWednosday. the Laurel Green I got from this season
River. Only surviving son of Andrew "Dear Sir: I have been using you
They report a ,very pleasant Hendeison, Esq uf Ilobe Sound.at on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal it. There is not a worm
time.F. to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster is nut required. It is

E. Miller and Geo. Rea, of Stuart, aaone, Attention tA acting well on tomatoes and eggplants. J. BROWN." (Successor to B. Hlrsch.)
are assisting Jas. Andrews in building a Write to me (Clins. It. Tysen, Jacksonville) for pamphlets nixlquotations. WHOLESALE
large shed on the pineapple property of regular communication of Indian .
Miss Tibbals. River Lodge, No. DO, will be held on

Flunk II. Fee, of the Arm of Fee A Friday, December 23, 1808, at 7:00 p. m. FRUITS AND PRODUCE*
Stuart the popular hardware dealers, of sharp, at their lodge rooms, Indian River
hotel, Titusvllle, Your attendance Is Time !
windmill Life
Melbourne, Is putting In a new that Chance of a
and bathroom fixtures for W. II. Hart Is.Mr. particularly requested at meeting,
as there will be an election of officers
and Mrs. W. II. Ilarila sp nt last for the ensuing Masoolo year; |also for Fish and Game
Saturday at the house of refuge at Gilbert's the payment of annual dues.By Oysters
bur, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.II. order of W. M.J. .A magnificent property will be sold at a. ... ,
pleasant .. .
a .
W. Bessie. They report very Mendel, Secretary. r3 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, OA.
Quite a number of crates of pineapples PaDeR E ERAM 'r e Co* W Agenc les, the Capital City Bank, Blr*C.a .'

were shipped from this place this week, Notice of Drawing of Jury. GENUINE BARGAIN. GucterThi I" *' The N '">al Bank, A Kaiser Bro., Brunswick.bavaoiul>. GJ,
r nerraan
to northern and western markets. Most I01"' Kayton, Eckman A Vetsburg,
of them were unusually large and will, .Initire of the County Court and the Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co.. Atlanta- Oa.Ai .
THE of llrevaril rountv. Florida, will
doubt sell for fancy prices.
no meet with tha t lerk of tha(iroull Court attha "
The children of this place are looking clerk',office, at Titnavllle, llrevaril oountv, About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition aa any on Indian River, containing "
r lortilu,on Tuaadav, Deceuilier !lth, A. D. txus, The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
forward with great pleasure to the entertainment at II o'clock a.m ,for tha purpose of drawing a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Packing
and Christmas treat and the tha Jury to serve at tha Special T.rni ot the Circuit
distribute the Court,Hrevard county, Klorlda, Which aald Ilouse In Brevard County.
coming numerous of Santa-Claus presents on the to evening of the court,being convenee;the third on the Monday Kith day thereof.Tha of January. ,A.D.IstM Situated about raid-way between Roekledge and Cocoa; Convenient to the Bicyclists will find it abonnes

27tb, at Pine Lodge Hall.Do public will take notice and be governed Churches,Stores, etc, of both. baulari3
aconrdtnitly.Witneaa my. hand and seal of the court thlalflth For further particulars, apply to m"t Ueful *hd ,aabl6, Mention out.. No bat pins reqnired for

you want to buy or sell property day of December, A.I>.laus.A. WALTER GOODYEAR, Send to'Pff!
on Indian River t If you do, write the A. STEWART. Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St., *Jr aemeaV,Jto **enUJaek ae >d large proflU.
Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus [Sean, Clark Circuit Court, New York, N. Y. Prompt attention. Address, "I. p No. 700 South Pryor St.Atlanta,
vllle, Fla. Sea page 4. Brevard Co., Fla. given.

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