Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00216
 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 30, 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: VID00216
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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ITN"0- 1STITUSVILLE, FLA., FKIDA.Y, DEO. 30, 1898. 3rice: 5cfaCAL -

NEWS By BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment SEE OTJR NEW LINE OF Men's Pants. Rev. H. Kelgwln will preach )n the ANY ONE WHO IS IN NEED OF ANew representative that be had been on a

at Screven's Drug Store, Gardner & Walker.Mr. Presbyterian church, Sunday morning Bloyole, will do well to correspond trip to St. Augustine, and from there he
Titusville.DON'T and night.Dr. with F. W. Beers, of St. Augustine. went to Ormond to spend Christmas)
L of General Interest.L He has the largest stock of new with bis #rlends, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Price. .
Topics BUT SHOES 'Till see Frank E. Bon J, of DeLand, was F. H. Houghton's floating dental models In the country at bottom prices. Mr. Smith said his visit to Ormond -

ours. Gardner Walker.you a passenger for Miami yesterday.Rev. parlor hns been on Nelson's ways all the Wheels sent out on Inspection. All was a most pleasant one.
TEAR to all our week, where the doctor has been doing kinds of Fishing Tackle kept in stock.F. .
NEW E. N. Bell of DeLand will
HAPPY a rushing business. The Dentos will The Hotol Grenada, St. Augustine, H.W .
W. Beers
idcrs.Ljfr.. Mr. Wm. M. Brown left for Miami preach at the Baptist eburch, Titusville, probably be off the ways In a couple of St. Augustine, Fla. Wachenhusen, proprietor, has opened
around last at 7 o'clock on Sunday evening.We for the season. During tbe two
K. L. Brady Is again evening. days or so, when she will again be moored past

itf spell of sickness.Lwr Senator Henry Oaillard, of St. Augustine are sorry to learn County Clerk in front of the Indian River hotel. months Mr. Waolienhusen has made a
Indian A. A. Stewart has been on the sick list SOME FINE LANDS NEAR TITUSVILLE. number of Improvements In the hotel,
Galllard, of the Is in town today.Mr. .
Cbas. and It Is now more attractive than ever.L. .
the week two but
past or we are pleased .
In town Shooting
-W Steamboat Company, was Norman C. Upp, of the Buffet to note he is now recovei tng.Mr. J. MacDowoll Is again room clerk, and
Ijyorio this week.lBemember Service, St. Augustine In town this Charles N. Wltght, bookkeeper.Mr. .
the carpet warehouse ofIK. morning. L. Larsen, of the F. E. C. Ry. Mr. A. L. Pacaud, of Chicago, was We would call attention of those desiring
Leland Sterry brother of Mr. Fred
Land St. the hunters who duck
Department, Augustine, was a among enjoyed
Clarke, Day street, Jacksonville. Mr. Geo. C. Matthams, of West passenger on Tuesday's southbound shooting this week. He returned to the to settle or Invest In Florida to, Steiry, of Hot Springs, Va., was a pass
in that line.
leg need anything the opportunities noar and Around Titus
you Palm Beach, spent a few hours In town train. He said he was going on a hunting Indian River hotel, at this place, Monday engor ontFriday's southbound train, en
T-MIm Susie Gladwin enjoyed the yesterday. trip to the Everglifdes.We evening, vtlth a goodly number ofducks. vllle magnlfloent orange lands, known route to The Inn, Palm Beaoh, where he
holidays with her mother Inliwvllle. as hammock can be had from $3 to will be in charge of theoflloe this soason.It .
JriitmM Miss Cora Brown Is around again, are about to commence a new $20.00 per acre. No better vegetable he follows In the footsteps of bis

looking as bright as ever after her spell year, and we want those who are Indebted Death of Mrs, Ingraham.Mrs. and orange land can be had; and, In fact, brother, he will soon become popular
Judge M. S. Jones has been spendli of sickness.JW to us to pay up. Anyone to experts say It is best. There are some with the traveling public We wish bint

tew days on liia place at Klondike Miss B. A. Perkins returned to whom we are indebted will also please beautiful groves now bearing to prove good luck In hU new field of labor.On .
Lweek.Between. town from Winter Park to spend the send in their bills for prompt payment.TrafBo . C. F, Ingraham died at her home the quality of the land which can be had
t St. Louts, Mo., last Friday, after along In large or small tracts, and lies both on our 8th page of this Issue will be
[ dances, bicycle races, salli holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs.S. Manager J. P. Beckwlth was found the ad. of the Sweetwater Park
Illness. Her son, Mr. J. E, Ingra the J., C K. W. and F. E. O. Rys.To ,
has been Perkins.
parties, etc., Titusville a passengor on Wednesday's southbound ham, of St. Augustine, went to St, Louis Illustrate another advantage of the hotel, Llthla Springs, under the management
Ely gay the past week.Lporson The Advocate editor returns train, traveling on business connected to attend the funeral. lands near Titusville, there is 1(10( aores of Mr. Jas. E. Hlckey, who ao

Paddlaon came up from Eau thanks to those who so kindly remembered with the F. E. C. Ry. at Miami and Key lying 2r miles west of Titusville, part successfully munaged the biggest hotel

Ella to enjoy the Christmas holidays him this Christmas with so many West. Went Adrift hammock, Just suited to the growing of at Tallulah Falls, Ga., the past summer.

lb Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins.TMr. beautiful presents.Mr. Mrs. E. W. Schuyler, of Morrlsvllle, oranges and early vegetables; and part The hotel is first-class, and Is fitted IS

and Mrs. F. T. Budge and fam- Archie Barrelle arrived In town N. J muther of Mr. C. S. Schuyler, arrived At sea, between City Beautiful and pine spruce, and most excellent pineapple throughout with steam heat, electrlo
Mosquito Inlet one row boat 13-ft. long land which fronts South lake lights and every other convenience.Don't .
In town Tuesday, having come on ,
in of week the holidays ,
I the holidays town the first the to spend
of spent this hotel when
Prltchard and wife.JVlcepresldent with his brother-in-law Mr. Chas.K. from New York on board the Clyde white lead-colored seats. Any information a beautiful fresh water lake, three miles forget Georgia.
Ik Capt. James Read tbe ad.We .
Kenyon.Gen'l. steamer Algonquin. She reports a very will be well paid for. Address, long and one mile wide, which lies on

J. B. Farrott, of the pleasant passage. Geo. H. Wilkinsoit, the west of this land, and therefore a have, and are still receiving many

II C. Ry, has been laid up with a bad Freight Agent Kealthofer, of Items from Wayeland and Tlbbals Rockledge, Fla. great protection from cold; can be had lettois from people In the North, asking

j,contracted during his trip north.1Hlss the F. E. C. By., was a passenger onTuesday's arrived too late for Insertion In this for $000.00. for a list of hotels that are open along
southbound train, on a trip Another New Lumber Firm. The best results from pineapple culttre. -
from the East Coast and other places In Florida.
Emma Wright came tip week's Advocate. It Is almost Impossible
down the coast.Mrs. is with slatted shed over the pines, This week we are sending out a
Islolaat week, to spend the holidays to And room for down-river
lb ber lister, Mrs. L. C. Branning, ofplace. Frank J. Reid, of St. Augustine correspondence after Wednesday even The Southern Lumber and Supply and with this protection, this land Is number of marked copies of the Advocate

has been spending the holidays ing. Ormond Items also came too late for Company Is the name of a new lumber frost proof. Why pay $100.00 an acre calling the attention of those who
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Norwood this Issue.On Arm at Miami. The business was formerly for land a little further south when these have written us to the hotels now open
Who Misses Aline and Daisy Brady of this place.Mr. carried on under the name of L.C. lands near Titusville can be had from and advertised on our 7th and 8th pages.Mr .
llted borne from Stetson University, ourSth page will be found the ad.of . Oliver fc Co. The president Is Mr.FrankE. $2.00 to $3.00 per acre?
|d T afternoon last, to spend the and Mrs. W. E. Dobbins, of the Builders' bupply Co., St. Augustine.
Tdays.Mr. Atlanta, who weie recently married, They deal in lumber.lath, shingles Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of Titusville; seoretary and, these lands, and a visit to Titusville will been at Hot Springs, Va.. during the

and Mrs. J. O. Walton and were in town from Monday until Tuesday brick, lime, cement, etc, and they L. C. Oliver, of Miami. ; repay the tourist and those who wish to summer, passed through Titusville, Friday
Jade[- when they left for other points are bidding for a share of your patron Invest or make homes In Florida. afternoon last, en route to The Inn,
who have been spending aboutImonths Palm Bench where be again holds the
south. age. Give them a trial order, no matter
In Maoon Oft. are expected An Annual Reception.Sewall's .
responsible position of "First Lord of
what of Florida or Georgia are
part you
% to-morrow (Saturday). Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine the He Is
In. This Arm bears a good reputation THE YACHT PHENOL. Treasury. a very popular
service at Eden on Sunday, Jan. 1stat Point Dec. 27,1808. and made hosts of friends
J-Mr. man
Arthur T. Feaster, after spendInteral and will treat you right.Jas. young ,
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Jensen at 2:30p. : Inst season. This Is Mr, Searles' third
months in Macon, Ga., reined m.; Fort Pierce on Monday, at 7: I0p. McComb, Jr., who is with the Editor Adioealt lGilbert's The above fine yacht, owned by Mr.C. season at The Inn.Mr. .
home last week the
to'spend firm of A. G. Hutcheson A Co., 270 Bar Yacht Club Invites C. Jerome, one of our valued Chloagosubsortbers
Inlays with his family.1Mr. m.A in Washington St., New York, writes that and ladles to attend the Fourth yourself Annual arrived here from the St.John's . Ed. II. Racine, chief olork of tbe)
of fireworks
James Palmer, of Fatchogue, grand display the residence the firm Is receiving a very nice business Reception of the club, which will river on Monday about noon, In Lanier hotel, Maoon, Ga., Is one of the
order Wednesday night at ,
Ltays: "I And I am reoeivlng anpri from Florida. So It should. He looks be given at the club-house Saturday charge of Capt. Geo. Glngras, 'of Rock hall-follown-well-met, and the guests)
to my ad. in the Advocate from of Mr. n. J. Smith, South Rockledge.Mr. after the buslnes. The llrm Is one of the December Slst, 1303. There will be ledge, and left same afternoon for the semi to know It, for tbey presented hint

ptjtia and other states." and Mrs. Smith are always folks.Mr. doing. oldest and wealthiest In the trade; they yacht racing in the afternoon and da Doing latter plaoe. She Is a neat-looklog with several boxes of cigars, silver hairbrushes
something to entertain the young have a capital of $200,001)), and have been In the evening. launch, Is 46-ft. long, draws about 3-ft. neck-ties, cut-glass cigar stand,

Col. W. G. WInans, of Eden, has F. E. Davis, representing the In business since 18(15.( What better II. E. Sewall, water, and makes about ten miles anhour. photographs and many other things

In enjoying the holidays In Titusville dog and pony show of Levitt A Seeman, house can our grower trust their shipments Chm'n. of Com. on Invitation.Mr. Her propelling power Is a ten both useful and ornamental at Christ
week, making the Indian River accompanied by his family, were In town with? Write for their stencil If horse-power Globe electrlo engine, whloh mas. An Advocate representative

wl bla headquarters.This yesterday and to-day The show will arrive you have not got one. Flagler Visit* Maoon.Mr. makes ber fly through the water. She who was on hand was surprised to see

[- office Is getting to be quite a in Titusville on January 7th.Mr. Is beautifully finished In mahogany, and Mr, Raolne receive ao many beautiful
The southbound train was two Is fitted with convenience It shows Ills
of Information, for we are conpally every among presents. evidently popularity.
pan receiving letters from all parts and Mrs. C. H. Kaulerson, of bours late at Titusville last Saturday H. M. Flagler, of New York, spent which are the dining-room, kitchen, pantry .

we state, asking for various informantbout Miami, were in town a day or so the end afternoon, probably caused by waiting the Christmas holidays with friends In berths to accommodate five persons, The of the Ormond hotel
the East Coast. Somo writers of last week. They were on their honeymoon for the piivate car Tagus, of General J.R. Macon, Ga. He arrived on Friday last, eta. The launch was built by Captain premises
under the of Messrs. Anderson
"war, fail to Inclose stamp for reply.Mir. and left for Orlando and other Brooke and staff, who were on their and left for home on Tuesday. In conversation Glngras, and a very neat Job he made ofIt. A Price management ot ,
points, on a visit to relatives. way from Savannah to Havana, by way with an Advocate representative The Phenol has been cruising on the are a scene activity

Geo, C. Jerome, of Chicago, Commodore F. C. Hewitt, of Oswego, of Miami. They were quite a Jovial he said he would leave New York St. John's for a few weeks, but will soon these times. A force of men are at work

lied In town on Saturday evening N. Y.f has been in town several days party. The general noticed Titusville for St. Augustine about the lOtli of January cruise along the East Coast probably putting in an electrlo be plant. A substantial

Mo Join his wife, father and mother, this week, attending to his fleet of boats had some nice shelled streets, which our and probably make his annual tour going as far as Key West. Mr. C. C. The power house will erected at once.
barn and
opreceded him about a week at them Nelson's which have been put street committee have been keeping quite of Inspection of the F. E. C. R'y shortly Jerome left here Monday on board his livery being enlarged
River hotel. Needless to aay on In excellent trim ways for cruising on Indian olean of late. An Advocate reporter afterwards. His left wrist and hand launch, for Rockledge; and on Tuesday Improved, and painting, plastering and
h were delighted to have him arrive River. noticed the following on the oar: Gen'lJ. whleh were badly Injured while stepping Mrs. C. C. Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 0.Jerome. repairing are the order of the day. The

jlme to spend Christmas with them.. R. Brooke and wife, Col. A. Dndley off a New York street car a few weeks .'MIss Peek and Mr. A. L. Paoaud carriages are being repainted and will

Khe St. Augustine InTO Senator Vest, of Missouri, a friend and wife, Major II. Kenna, Major Herman ago are still bandaged; but we are left the Indian Rlvor hotel, at this present time a their veiy creditable appearance bytbe

lit that he has a postmaster in his of Senator Matt. S. Quay, was a passenger Capt. J. A. Campbell and First pleased to note the Injured member Is place, to Join Mr. Jerome at Rockledge. services are required. The
paokage hotel
K addressed to the Advocate on Saturday's southbound train, en Lieut. C. W. Castle. General Brooke Is much better. Mr. Flagler says he spent The above party made quite a few friends opens January 14, 1809,

Wi there is eight cents postage, upon due. route to St. Lucie, where he told an Advocate the military governor of Cuba. The a very enjoyable Christmas In Macon. while In town, who were sorry to see The Plney Woods Hotel, Tbomasvllle,

f toe St. Augustine sender please see reporter he was going to enjoy Advocate follows them to Havana. them leave. They attended the dance Ga., will open for the season of 180U

pit and oblige.Mr. a little fishing, ere returning to his Fireworks at Coat, at the Opera house on Monday bigot. about January 3 under the management*

J. multitudinous duties at Washington. Change In Schedule on J., T. ft K. W. The Advocate acknowledges some pleasant of Messrs. Harvey A Wood. These hotelmen
Maxwell Randall, after soV readers throughout the state calls from the merry Phenol party, are well known to tourists, having
>ot at the Our W.Railway. I will sell all that are left over cheap.B. .
Colonnades Seabreeze who at the last conduoted
should not forget that Wm. A. Bours ACo. are present guests of the New summer the Algonquin atSt.
f weeks, left for the Inn, Palm of Jacksonville, whose ad. will be B. PyLes, Titusville. Rockledge hotel, Rockledge, whose ad. Andrews, N, B', and the Passacona-

rjfMt! Saturday. lie was aocoroWby found, on our 8th page, are bidding for a Monday next, J"an.. 2, 1800, there will be f jund on our 7th page. way Inn at York Cliffs, Me. The Plney
his two unoles, the Messrs. They have will be a change in the time-table of the County Commissioners.Tax Woods Hotel has accommodations for
share of patronage.
[ of Boston, who usually spend received your an Immense lot of seed potatoes above railway. Train will leave the three hundred guests, and has all the)
I'tnrlatmos at Palm Beach.rjfr. Just which should write them Titusville wharf at 1:13: p. m.; the station statement for the month of December AMONG THE HOTELS. appointments of a modern flrstolasahotel.

Pieire Lorillard you at 1 :. p. m. Returlng, will arrive 181)8) section S3, chapter 4113, Tbomasvllle Is situated In the
di accompanied about. at Titusville station at 3:25: p. m., and U i of Florida: heart of the great pine belt of Southern.
nrn'two >u8liters Dr. D. Kllroe
were on yesterday's, southW Mr. R. M. Smith, of Miami, arrived wharf at3t0p.:: m. Dally, except Sun Tax collected: Yet to be collected: Where to stop. See list of hotels on Georgia, where the air Is pure and dry.
last to take our 7 th and 8th
afternoon pages.
| train. Dr. Kllroe Informed an In town Friday H. McFarland's fine General fund $134.43. $12213.01. The notel Magnolia. St. Augustine,'
touts, representative that they were charge of Mr. W. which will soon day.Dr School fund 141.52. 12838.80. The Advocate Is now on file at all under the management of Palmer A MaoDo -

PJw.Eau Gallle, to board Mr. Lor- sloop-yacht Awlxa down, the East Coast M. I>. If Dodaon, Dentist, Road fond 84 01. 771V31. the best hotels in New York city.Mr. well, opened for tbe season of 1808-0U)
7.TJU8e"bo J would t Caiman, and that leave as far on south a as Key West. Mr,. Smith, Fine Forfeit .28.30. 2371.78. Andrew S. Lee, late of Hotel Indian on Saturday last. During the past two
soon leave for the Haulover few In residence Just south of county Polls 8.00. 12'il.00.A. River but months a great many improvements and
head who has been spending a days Office at Rockledge, latterly of
| of Indian River.fciS Tampa this week, expeots to leave for jail, Titusville. Full sets of teeth (firstcla A, Stewart, clerk, Hotel Lincoln, Pittsburg, Is at present alteration* have been made In the bouse,,

*' DKESS Miami, with Mr. McFarland, to-day or ) $20 and upward; gold lined rubber By J. Mendel.HUBER'S In Wilmington, Del., disengaged.Mr. Including hydraullo elevator, private
PATTERNS at rer" 23 cents allumloum plates, baths, new furnishings, heating arrange-
plates, ;
i .
Prices. fJAHojfBK & Walkeb.We tomorrow.Capt. amalgam and any, fitting, except EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Geo. C. Howe, of St. Augustine, menu, ete. John Mance holds the position
13 cents
; ,
E. M. Goodall, and Capt. CO cents and upward gold paid a visit to his Hotel Hibiscus at of cashier, wblob he has tilled for
gold, ; No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box 8tJ.
Want Some Settlers Newton n. Fogg, of Sanford, Me.{ and fillings, $1 and upward; extracting teeth Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male and Palm Bench, the end of last week. His several seasons past. W, W. Palmer will

Messrs. A. E. and F. A. Garnsey, ofCordaville with safest and best anaasthetlo, 60 cents; female help furnished and sent to all three hotels keep him on the move. act as room clerk; W. L, Palmer, night,

Me., arrived in town Monday porcelain crowns, $:i to *5; gold crowns, parts. The Altamont Hotel, Altamont Springs, clerk; E. Chapman, who has beon with

K!m en t u mal> with families to afternoon for the purpose of taking a $1. Bridge work, the finest kind, each Fla., will open for the season January 1st the* house for many years, will fill his
Uea,1 cruise on Capt. Goodall's line auxiliary tooth, $3 to $7. Having worked In gold under the management of Mr. If. L. Savage old position as beadwaltej; John C.
Km <>ra Write for For Sale Cheap.
: Nemo which was recently Moore, chef, with a staff of first-class
launch for 23 years. It is but reasonable to suppose who conduoted a resort In Maine assistants
finu launched from Nelson's ways. From work.We ; Mrs. McLaughlin formerly oftbe
F Cha8 we understand that kind of during the past summer. ,
> GlFrORDj Cruising "Why Not length 23
here they went to Daytona, where they the best material. t.f. sloop Battery Park Hotel, housekeeper.Go .
Vero, Fla.M will remain a week or two before 'saving use only foot, 13 beam; draft 18 Inches. Roomy The Palm Beach Inn. >Paim Beach,

Miami Havana and Porto Rico. The cabin, bunks and water tanks. Laying opened for the season on Saturday last,

con Dining Boom,. for above party, will remain south about ..twomonths. For Sale or Charter. at Titusville In charge of Capt Nellson, the 24th Inst. Manager Fred Sterry and and See This Place If Yon
to whom apply for particulars.Titusville his brother, Leland, were on hand to
Liltw"0,' Macon, Ga., do not fall ________ attend to the opening ceremonies. Want a llarg-aln.
Irene 4* feet long, with
The yawl ;
Iou n obtaln J>0Palardnnl u th, delicacies? rooms, Empty Flab Barrels for large, high cabin. Will accommodate JLaundry.Mrs. Hotel Managers should Insert their ad.In Two thousand dollars buys tho nector

win six persons. For particulars address, the Advocate without delay. We Island property a beautiful place on
"y reasonable prices. Address, Walter A. Moobe, T. A. Sjtider, Geo. Cock, of Titusville, is now are now getting numerous letters from the Indian River, at Melbourne, Fla.,

1 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Hobo Sound, Fla. prepared to do laundry work of every the north, calling tot Information about consist log of a hotel and dwelling bouse,
Residence and Vlneapple description. All work guaranteed. East Coast hotels. We help those who steamboat wharf, small tangerine orange

p'antatlon For For Sale, New Furniture, Leave your washing at G. F. Daren's help us that is our motto. grove and fine grape-fruit, all now In full
Sale.te Choice Store Troperty for Sale, corner store, opposite Advocate office."Sam The Hotel Hibiscus opened for the bearing: also line bananas and other

eatl,u"y-Io Kl v la and At second-hand prices, In any quantities. Perkins In ** season, Saturday, the 24th Inst, Leon II.Cllley fruit: fine lawn tennis court and floe>
With five acres good land, two In Dyeing. artesian wsll, and the whole place
erlookIf, ttom Wm. R. Campbell, manager. Mr. Geo. C. Howe, ofSt. piped.
high good building with tenement This place was held by the former
Bellevne, pineapples; Augustine, passed through here owner,
Ktt.SfqiM I < an Elver; InF'oHrtlnM Fla. general merchandise stock, Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed C. J. Hector at $10,000 bat the
Melbourne, over store; Saturday last, eo route to Palm Beach present:
' $ -; > 1l rnuoa large and sail boat and repaired. Dyelns la all Its branches. ,
J.? delivery Wagon, row ; to be present at the opening. In Leon owner will sell for $2,000. This Is one.of
landing with warehouse: Old clothing made to look equal to new. the finest places Indian River..
steamboat H. Cllley he has and on i
, Cash a good popular
n"d for
htsthTl uiiiet arrangeFnr- Wanted well established and only store in good All orders by mail or expresa promptly manager, Make offer to '
and postoffice outfit attended to. Prices low. Work good. James
store Palmed
community; owner
W b.berr' flower* i Fresh fruit and vegetables In-small complete; price low; title perfect. Address Satisfaction guaranteed.8am Mr. G. Butlor Smith, the genial manager Tatohogue, L., I.

[ ""cuUrs-of shipments; prompt returns.Cor. the owner, Pebkiss, Cleaner and Dyer, of Hotel Key West, waa a passenger Or his care taker on the place, V <*.

A. 3. Olds, P. M., Titusville, Fla. on Saturday's southbound train, en Charles A. ELLKnnaocK,

W. O. Wctaks Eden, Fla. 1st and Poplar Macon St,*.Ga., Waveland, Brevard Co., Fla. 10 year* in Sanford, Fla, route home. lie Informed an Advocate Melbourne, Fla, *t,

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thexe ovor the cake; then udd a rich cuetnrd well. Spread the orange In the center, sugar and return to the oven till done.

flavored with the juice of two sweet then fold over and turn upon a warm Serve hot or cold.

Went onJSrutches oranges or one tablospoonf ul of orange dish. SpiInkle with the remaining FRUIT JUICBS FOR SHOE POLISH. Wholesale Dealers In

flower water. The mixture should not spoonful of sugar and place In the oven Orange juice Is one of the best dressings

Was a Sufferer from Rheumatism quite reach the top of the mould. Steam for two minute*. Serve at once. for black shoes or boots. Take a GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

one hour, or bake.ORANOB. ORANGES IN FRENCH 8TYLK. slice or quarter of an orange and rub Iton ,
CIIARL.OTTB.Onethird What we serve at tables Is by no means the ahoe or boot; then, when dry,
the shoe 131 ami 133 East Bay Streot and 6 and 8 Nawnan Street,
Mood's Sarsaparllla Cured and box- gelatin, one-third oupof entirely the Important point; how we brush with a soft brush until

Made Him Feel Young."I cold water, one-third cup of boiling serve Is almost equally to be considered. shines like a looking-glass. This Is an

have had rheumatism, ofl end on, water, one cup oiaoge juice, eight pulps, Oranges la French style, for Instance, English recipe. OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN ]
shoes ONE THE
ever since I wu discharged from the army (juice of one lemon, if donred) ), whites make a decorative dish with little additional Another fruit dressing for tan CIl
In 1805. Port of the time I went on thieeeggs. Lino a bowl with the sections trouble. The Boston Cooking Is the Inside of a banana skin. Rub the

crutches, end pest deal of the time I of oranges, lady fingers- sponge School Magazine tells how to prepare skin over the shoe thoroughly, wipe off We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow
was obliged to use a cane. I had a ouke. Soak gelatine In oold water until both of these, and Illustrates the former. carefully with a soft cloth briskly. Patent guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed.J'''
stomach trouble with the rheumatism, line skins. leather shoes should not be polished your Oianges and Vegetables.. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
and I spent a great deal ot money (or soft, pour on boiling water, add sugar Select six oranges having
medicines without permanent benefit. and lemon juice; strain and add orange Cutaway one-third from the end of each with blacking. These are the haident MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla

They'would give me relief for a time bat juice, eight pulps with a little of the orange; then with a spoon, removo all kind of shoes to keep looking well, and be 20 We only Sell to Dealers.

the trouble would return. Biz months grated rind; cool In a pan of icewater. the pulp. Of the large hemispheres cut require constant care. They may

ago I began talcing Hood's Sarsaparllla, Beat the whites of eggs stiff, and when the. edge in small Vandykes and punch cleaned with a damp spnnge and Immediately
and now I am so free from my ailmerts the orange jelly begins to harden boat clroles below the points or make other diled with a Boft cloth, with occasionally 0E3C ( \t 3 <2z CO.

that boy of my 17 neighbors than a man say(S3.I act I cannot more recommend like a to a light foam, add whites and beat until decorations. Put the skins thus ornamentod a little vaseline or sweet oil.Exchange. . i DUAIERS IN i

Hood's BRraaparllla too highly." stiff enough not to drop. Pour Into in cold water until ready toserve. Wines ancl LiciuorIT.

8. M. MaBTIN, Key West, Florida.HOOC8'S the mould and .cool on Ice; one pint of Press the juice from the pulp,

S whipped cream may be piled on the top using for this puiposo a vegetable press, Catarrh Cannot be Cured & 410 W. Ray gt,,

parma after' the charlotte has been removed ricer or a piece of cheesecloth. There With local applications, as they cannot JACKSONVILLE, Fb
from mould. Loosen all around the should be one pint of juice. Add the reach the seat of the disease. CatairhIs
tlie beat In fact the One True Blond Purifier.
Is and
1 ,All druggists. II t slnforSB. Pet only Hood's. edge with a palette knife, place a dish jujeo of two lemons and one cup of sugar. a blood or constitutional must disease take, Internal Campaign Arguments
in older to It you
Ar Dllta are sure,mild, elteotlve. firmly over the mould and turn quickly Have ready half a box of gelatine (about remedies.cure Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
nOOU S fills AU druggists, 2S cents.CWHAT upside down.ORANOB. two tablenpoonfuls of granulated gelatine taken Internally, and acts directly on the Don't "go" here. Like t
BASKETS. ) soaked In half a cup of cold water blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh promise made in the rainbow

and dissolved In a cup of boiling water. Cure la not a quack medicine. It you can depend upon the assiances
Ices jollies and salads are now usually of the best physicians
Strain tho gelatine into the orange juice; was prescribed by ono made that our Roods ,,
served in artistic baskets or cups made In this cjuntry for years, and is a
stir until the sugar Is dissolved, tfion regular prescription. It is composed of good goods, properly aged, of il
from orange, lemon or shaddock skins.To set away to become chilled. When ready the best tonics known, combined with est fl.ivor, and highest quality.We've .

Indian do this, first scrub the skins thoroughly to serve, arrange the "shells" on a dish the best blood puiltlers, acting directly something partlculai
in cold water that no unsightly specks the suifaces. The perfect
leaves on mucous fine In Mount Vernon WlilsliIt's
JSiveR coveted with green or arrange on
mar their fair surface, wipe dry, and combination of the two ingredients IsIs thirst
a quencher and
Individual plates. Fill them with the such wondeiful results Invlgator
what produces
then with sharp scissors shape Into
Jelly, cut In cubes, and decorate with In cuiing catarrh, fend for testimonials, of first water, supreme In i icellence
(GRCUUSnONc handled baskets or cut an entire circular whipped cieam, pressed through a pastry fiee. K. J. Cheney, piece from one end, laying this aside for Toledo, O.
candled cheirles. The
bag or tube, and
INDIAN ]( a cover. Remove the pulp of the fruit Sold by druggists, price 75c.
dish la very handsome when the juice of
with a sharp-pointed spoon. Chill the the Maltese Is used In the lemon The Post of Responsibility
ADVoStPTOTO2EnaFLWERiCS skins by packing lightly for an hour In oranges Kettles should be washed as soon as ,
jelly and whipped cream or with preserved and not be
the can of an Icecream freezer surrounded you are through,using them,
( by salt and Ice. or canned fruit. allowed to stand until cold.

Then All with pieces of the fruit dusted ORANOID rUDDINO. Tbe men on the manaiahTldJP

with sugar, with orange frappe, or Lay 4 water crackeis In just sufficient Cure scrofula promptly and permanently

naFLWERiCSwgsaa any kind of Icecream, salad, or colored oold water to cover and leave them for by a.thorough All forms course of this of painful Hood'sSarsapaiilla. ( nave a tremendous responsibiUllUgC

blocks of Jelly, and pack again In the an hour. Orate over them the rind ofan disease yield' to the blood puilfying TeBtjng upon them. They are

freezer until time to serve.It orange and squeeze In the juice of 3. power of this great medicine.Hoori.s bralus of the great machine. We hold th

To ALL salad it should only be chilled, not Cream an ounce of butter with 2 ounces strictly to account for the result of every bat

frozen, and each cup served on a lettuce of powdered sugar, then beat It with the Pills are the best family reliable cathartic We want to be considered in Identically
and liver tonic. Oentle, sure
leaf. The fruit or jelly baskets may be yolks of 3 eggs'and' lastly with the water light with respect to the J3EEK you

served on dainty desert plates.ORANOK crackers and orange juice. Pour the here. We want to be held personally
ORANGES. Palmetto DrugStore, Daytona. that It Is the best
SNOW., mixture Into a buttered pie dish and strictly responsible you

bake In slowish When nearly buy.Address.
Many Ways (or Utilising Them. Take the juice of three large sweet oranges a Drugs, medlolnes, ohemlcals,fine toilet
The yellow rind of one and the juiooof and the grated peel of one, and the cooked, take It out and cover rock lly soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
with the whites of the whipped toa toilet articles In variety.M. .
eggs fancy great
the orange, one-fourth pound (about Juice and half the grated peel of a lemon. ,
stiff froth with a spoonful of powdered Huston, propr.ESTAIIMHIIKD G. MULLER & CO.,
eight) macaroons, four egg*, onehalfeup Soak a small package of gelatin In a cup

of sugar and a pinch or salt will of oold water, and mix with It the fruit Jacksonville for Acme liiewingip, FlalAgts

make a pudding for high days and holidays. juice and a cup of granulated sugar. 1880. Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
Soak tho macaroon for a few Cover for one hour, then pour on it four

moments In the milk, beat the eggs and oupaof boiling water Stand on the back
augar until smooth (the eggs should not ot the stove and stir till clear. When Bond .Lumber Co.

be separated), then' add the milk and, quite cold, whip Into It the beaten whites THE SOUTHERN F0EL & SUPPLY Coipa|

macaroons, beat well, and lastly stir In ot four eggs until the mixture is a beautiful Manufacturers of and Dealers in

the orange jalce and rind. Boll oue white sponge. Put Into a mould f

tour In a buttered mould or' small pall, and set on Ice to harden. Serve with LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime, Cement,
set on a muffin ring In a pot of boiling eieam. Half of this receipt will be sufficient ,
water. Turn out and serve with a sauce to use. Mouldings,.Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
flavored with orange sirup.OllANUE ORANOB OMELET. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.

Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on .1., T. This omelet is made of four eggs, five
and Titusvllle.H. .
80VFFLB.naif tablespoon fuls ot sugar, a a\ltspoonful: ot 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone

a plate of orange Juice and a pint salt, two oranges and two tableapoonfulsof
of whipped cream will make a delicious butter. Orate lightly the rind of one A. HODGES. J. K. MTJNNERLVN, General Manaud
aouflie. Soak ono-quaiter of a box oi of the oranges on one tablespoonf ul ofsugar.

gelatine In half a eup of julco for five Pare the oranges and cut them MANUFACTURER OP

minutos, then stir In half a oup of boiling In thin small slices, cutting from the ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... Magnolia Grocery

water, which will dissolve it. Mix sides, not across the orange. Sprtukle
ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
the rest of the Juice with a eup of Bugui two tableapoonfuls of sugar on the in Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
their or
Any one contemplating shedding pineapples or oranges
until they.form.a syrup, then add the sliced oranges. Beat the whites of the any part of Florida, would do well to write for pi ices. The saw mills'are located
beaten yolks of thiee eggs, and attr all eggs to a stilt froth. Beat Into them the at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ity. Lumber delivered to any STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.. .
well Into the gelatine. Put la a cold tablespoon of sugar, mixed with the part of the East Coast. Address: H. A/HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

place or on the Ice, and when It begins orange rind,the salt and yolk of the eggs. Butterlne, 14cts. perpoun

to set, stir the whipped cream In lightly, Add also two tableapoonfuls of the orange Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please:

and leave until firm. Turn out aud eat juice. Put the butter In a large Massee Lumber Company. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Stre'ets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

-with any nice sauce. omelet pan and on the stove, and when . Telephone No. 250.
It beoomes hot add the egg mixture.

ORANGE)"at AHMALADK.Ueo Cook for Jialf a minute shaking the pan
Manufacturers Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. Flooring
the sour orange. Urate the yellow CI
rind carefully frum a quarter of the The bud It more easily Ceiling Latbs Shingles etc. Wholesale only.
whole amount of fruit. Weigh the full blighted blown than the ,
rose. A
fruit, and allow an equal amount of young girl is more susceptible
Timbers Sills KUn-drted Board Plain Weatherboarding
to weakness Bridge Framing, Finishing -
granulated augar. Cut the oranges

roundwlse (not at the blossom end), bold wreck and disease her in a that woman'will Beveled Weatherboardlng. Malcolm Love Fischer Manier &

over a big bowl and pick out the pulp, way than one ia after Mills at Kerns, Dooly County, Oa. ,

rejecting seeds and bard bits. Drain off womanhood.he has attained Thousands to healthy of Address: 467 Third Street, MACON, OA. *

the Juice and simmer with the augar for women have their lives PIANOSWATERLOO
fifteen minutes; skim, then add pulp eclccd delicate by trouble* of this
description because
and grated rind, boil, slowly for fifteen of their own ignorance WHEN IN NEED OF.

minutes more, then put in jolly tumblers their mothers.and the prudery of KIMBALL ORGANS.

and cover when cold.ORANOB Whenever the wandering ,

CUSTARD. finds; demon a ship of adrift ill.health upon Lumber Hardware and Paints Lowest Prices Easy Terr
Boll very Render the rind of half a the sea of ignorance, be ;
step* on board, take*
Seville orange, and boat It to a paste, the helm, and steers ,
add a teaspoonful of brandy, the juice of straight for th* mael- Write for Catalogues.MANIER.

one orange, four ounces of out (or granulated woman who hasstrewn not been of death.taught The the young-necessity Or anything in the line of Building Material A LANE MUSIC COMPANT,

) augar, and the yolks of four of taking care of her health in a womanly fla
for way is a ship adrift upon the sea ofignorance. 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville,
Beat all together ten minutes
eggs. Diseases that will wreck her future or House Furnishing goods Tinning or
and then add by degrees a pint of happiness will soon assume command. ,
beat Young women who suffer from weakness
boiling milk or cream. Continue to
and disease peculiar to their sea live under Plumbing do not fail to write EASY RIDING.
until the mixture Is oold; then put inoustard a terrible nervous tension, and if they ,
and them In scape death are always threatened with
oups, set a deep when
insanity. The whole nervous system is- All the time and speed you
dish or pan of boiling water. When affected by the constant drag and drain want It Is a great feature ofTh.
quite thick strew thin slices of preserved upon the delicate and feminine organs.Dr. .

orange peet on the top.ORANOK one. perfect Pierce's and Favorite unfailing Prescription: specific for Is every the . Keating Bicycle..
FKITTEHS. derangement and disorder of this description. ,
It fits a woman for wifehood and
For these peel two oranges, carefully motherhood It is the best of all known Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
nerve tonica. It it the discovery of one of The Frame makes
removing all the white skin. Then slice ItSTRONG.
the most eminent and skillful specialists .
and dip each piece separately In a batter in disease of women. SAW AMD Pf-ANINO MIT.IS, JACKIONVItU: TARDK.

made with one pint of milk, three eggs, "I ws*troubled three years with female weak, Pxlatka, Via. Bay St., root of Catherine. The Construction makes itDURABI
nee* writes Mtss Rllen Utcy, of Bedford City. *
and sufficient Hour (about one nupful) to Bedford Co., Vs. "I had two physicians, but
make It just stiff enough to drop Into neither did me any good 1 waa troubled with WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
psina in my left aide alt the time. When it waa The Bearings give
boiling lard. A pinch of salt la considered time for ray monthly period* I thought I would ItSPEED..
die with palna in my back and stomach I also
an Improvement to the batter. Fry had chills. I could not get up without feinting. Manufacturers of Chain
a light brown, and servo with" powdered Finally I took three bottles of Dr. Hncc's favorite The Double Roller }
Prescription and two of his'poldec Medical
sugar. Discoveri 1 da not have any palna at all Lumkr and Lath.
and am in better health now than I ever was Cypress Shingles *
qVKBN'S ORANQB PUDDING.** In my life." Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

How to health and beauty are It has No Equal.
A mould, buttered and papered, Isrilled told in Dr.preserve Pierce's Medical Adviser. It isfree. A largo stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, shingles, Send for
three-quarters full of stale cake For a paper-covered copy send aionecent lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Catalogue.KEATING.
erumbs. Cut line of candied atamps, to cover matltmf only; COMPANY,
of all "SYHEEL
4 very cloth binding. jt stamps. Address Dr.R. mouldings patterns a specialty,
fa range peel, and put a thick layer of V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Wben at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. N Middletown, Conn.

K fWirt JviW**



DING. FOR $3.gO.-


$ GRAHAM, One pound of shredded beef suet, one The British director of naval Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Excbango, wo will
pound of sond you by Express, CHARGES VUEPAID,
ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, granulated sugar, threequarters Sir William II. White, has written

Rrt. Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., Old of a pound of salt bread crumbs, one an important paper on naval evolution. FOUR FULL QUARTS
Running Sores pound and
J"c" nd 2 to 4 p. m.TrnTSVH.M three-quaiters of stoned raisins From It we learn that during the past Of the Celebrated Seven-Yeur-Old

Brevard Co., Florida.L one quarter of a pound of eleaned eleven years, inclusive of ships that

n RoS,I"8* Itching, Scratching currants, two ounces of sliced citron, one were In course of construction on the last Calhoun Pure

[fiUpreotloeIn U theoourts-state and fed ounce each of candied lemon and orange day of March, England has made these Rye Whiskey

*TlLtal for examining and' perfeotLJJSdtiti peel chopped line, two ounces of blanched additions to ber navy:

almonds cut in strips, the Juice and We ship In PLAIN PACKAOKS, no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid att oom-
rind Battleships, 20; the 'displacement of .) When you .vet it and test It. If It is not. satisfactory, r turn it at OUR KXI'KNSB and
grated of one orange and one lemon, these your S3 SO will be cheerfully refunded. ---- *- -. - " - * -
aggregates 400,000 tons and -
GAULDEN eight one-half they We are olosx at hand anil can Kive yon QUICKKIt DKLIVKRY than -distant- houses. We haw
eggs of
D.U a cupful cream, carry 442 guns; cruisers of the first-class heendolnir business In this city and at the same stand for over IS VKAIW, and an to our RKS-
one teaspoonful of salt, one grated nutmeg 28; displacement PONSIBlClTY AND RKPUTATION for honest dealing:, we refer you to any merchant here, or toment.
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, 257,000 tons; guns, the editor of this paper.P. .
one tablespoonful of powdered 354; cruisers of the second-class displacement SOLOMON
; ,
the Conrte
vmnrMtloelnaII of the State Blood Poison cinnamon, one teaspoonful of
dV nil the United States Court*, cloves ground 200,000 ions; guns, 420; 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,

f.0.Box,W8. TITUaVnXE, JXA. Producing the following wincglassful, two wlneglassfuls of brandy) one cruisers of the third-class. 31; displacement O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.NOTICKt .
Money to Loan. armptoms i raUlnar of Madeira, and one of rum.
18 48,000 tons
}"!. Fuatgles anil Liners ... the (-din, Chop one-half of the raisins ; guns, ; torpedo We pay Express Charirss to all points reaohed by "80UTHKR.X EXPRESS COM
of the pour over boats, 21) PANY," but to points on lines of other
lone Joints, Kheuiuatisra, ; displacement, 24,000 tons; Express Companies, we prepay only to point* when
etc. them one-half Southern Express transfer said
of-the brandy Company to other Express Company.
GOLDSMITH, cover and guns, 58; sloops, gunboats, etc, 30; displacement
M. set aside for an hour. Mix
together the
Ulcers Scrofula 20,000 tons; guns, 175.In .
suet, the bread crumbs and sugar, add all 100 ships, mounting 1,075

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, the fruit, nuts, spices, seasonings and propelled by engines aggregating 1,575000 guns,-, You can Save Money !

Running Sore Eyes liquor. Cover closely and stand aside horse
itusvllle, Florida.J. for two days, then add the cream and power, and of 055,000 tons displacement
have been added
to the
Are eared by British
BOTANIC BLOOD the beaten eggs. When well mixed together navy since 1888. This Is
BALM (B. B. B.Ti a formidable
WEBB, Great Blood with the hands, the pudding showing, the more so that guns of By Sondlns toCHAS.
Remedy.Th should
make a compact mass just moist less than four-Inch bore are not counted

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, i bove nutnecl diseases are all due to die- enough to cling together; if too dry add in the estimate. 3D. =>ISOT7-Or3'Z' :
Will practice la the Courts of the 7thireulU eased germs germs make their floating around In the blood. Them a few spoonfuls more of cream. Pack Exclusive of the cost of armaments ,

Taxes paid /or nonresidentsid point of least reHlHtunne.appearanne Lotions on the body and salves at the into three or four well-greased moulds, ind Incidental charges this fleet

roots and accounts collected.itusvllle may help temporarily, but to elfeot a euro the allowing a scant Inch for swelling. Boil groat LOTUS, 3Xa03El.XX>ua.,
poison iiium be (tot out of the b ood, and that is has cost $272,500,000. Of this total the
Florida. why H*t<. 1 Iiutaiiio Dlood Halm cures. steadily for eight hours, and when ccld
Jf. B. represent the FOR
B. literally drives the poison(Which $115,000,000, QUOTATIONS ON
duces blood diseases) out of the blood, bones pro put away In a cold, dry place. When first-class cruisers not far from $05,000000
and ,-
0. FKIES, C. E. born body babe's, leaving,ami leaves the Hash no bad as alter iinre ollects.as a new It used boll for two hours longer. This thosoond-olass about $17,000,000

stay is this cured.kind of a cure that counts. It cures to pudding should be made at least a fortnight and the third-class about $20,000,000., Seeds Fertilizers & Crate MaM-
SURVEYOR. before it is to be used. As It Is All these
Scrofulous Poison of the Blood. are either armored or protected ,

Land legally surveyed and subdivided.ipplng Botanic Wood Balm (II. II. B.) cures all Scro very rich but a small piece should be ships. The unprotected vessels Include

neatly done. Estimates for blood fulous, and in either other sex poisonous or at any Rue conditions or life, no of mat the served to each person. torpedo boats, and cost about $8750,00 ,- Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.jry .
ter of how long standing, how while *
previously mis the smaller
kinds of treated, how obstinate cost $5000,000. ,- If need Stovo write for .
I engineering works. Disced how neglected, or how A PLAINKK PLUM PUDDING. you a prices.An
acquired. Every vessel In the fleet, says

Hues a specialty.ircsniLB Sores, noils, Tumors.Kotanlo One pound of stoned raisins, onehalfof Sir William, is capable of Independent

Brevard Co. Florida.H0RQE Blood Balm (II. B. B.)cures all Sores, a pound of suet, one pound of cleaned sea service. Choice . .
Ulcerations,Eruptions, noils, Tumors and other currants, three-quarters of Old Cross Paten."
external evidences of blood taint.If a pound of The foregoing list takes no account ofa Wines, Liquors

Your Bloori Hits a Tnlnt of bread crumbs, one cupful of flour, one- fleet of 00 torpedo boat destroyers. All
W. ALLEN quarter of . and Cigars,
a pound of brown
sugar one these have
Specific Poisoning; been built within the last five
You should lose no time In cupful of milk, ono-half of a nutmeg Guaranteed Pure.
having it out. Our years, or are now in course of construction
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, wonderful Kotanlo Blood Halm (li. li. B ) wIlHIo grated, five eggs, the grated rind of Sold reduced
thin for you speedily, thoroughly and.finally one ; 53 are afloat, and the rest are well
ijWeat, Florida. Ho long as the virus remains, it will keep bur and the juice of three lemons, one teaspoonful advanced toward construction. prices
rowing into tissue The
nerve ar.d muscle, even into
mil practice in the United States the bones, and you never know when or how of cinnamon. Mix and boil for cost of the lot, exclusive of armaments Imported
violently it will break forth. Von not think six hours. Serve Tokay Wine
i ,
State Courts. may with hard
or liquid will be
much of about
OjunOSU. a sore
on the fore,a pimply skin or an $22,500,000. Eaoh of these from
ulcerating throat, but either one of them may be sauce. ships the Italy.
the outcrop of far more dangerous internal smallest units of the naval
F. n. HOUGHTON", ditions.Hhntild. line, costs as much as one of the old 74- John B. Togni
any one be afflicted with any stage of Glorious News ,
Blond Poison, Hcrofula, Scrofulous Swellings, I gun ships that were "iii'st-rate" In the
Metropolitan 12.1 East
Rheumatism, old Ulcers and Sores. Tumors, Comes fiom Dr. D. B. Carglle. of old days. "This Bay SU,
Skin the author
Diseases, says of
Kidney Troubles, Kczoma,
DENTIST.iftOQi tarrh, Mercurial I'nlson, Tetter, Scaldliead Ca, Washita, I. T. He wiltes: "Four bot the article under notice "is JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
a striking
broken down constitution*or any other disease tles of Electrio Bitters has cured Mrs, Wholesale and Itetatll......
Florida.1ALPH caused Balm will by impure blood, B.B.II. Botanio Blood Brewer of scrofula,' which had caused illustration of the change in type and the *1ro7iaaro
cure you after every other known her oost of "
great suffeiing for warships.
reined. alety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad sores would break out on her head and When Queen Victoria came to the The Largest and Most Cora.pleteJSstabllshment .
E. SMITH, M. D.PHYSICIAN after efforts. II. B. B,is the only quick and per face, and the best doctors could give no throne the South.GEO.
manent Blood largest three-deck .
on earth. One bottle will sailing ship
help but her
; Is
test It In cure complete and her
any case. Druggists sell B II. B.
at f 1 had
a displacement
AND SURGEON.Kiallut per Urge bottle,or send direct to us and we will health Is excellent. This shows what of about 4,800 tons, S. HACKER
ship to any )>olnt, all charges prepaid, six large thousands have proved that Electric and cost from $550,0JO to $020,000. .
In Genital bottles on receipt of 0. Remember, B. II. B, (titters Is the best
Urinary blood
an Rectal does not contain mineral ore otable poison. purifier known. Twenty years later steam power was In
Book ritEK. It's the supreme remedy for
Diseases. eczema, general use and a three-decker
tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and dlsplacod
Located at Placide Hotel, BLOOD BALM CO. Ati nt .oa. sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys about 7,000 tons and cost from $1,100000 Vim,

rasoxviLLE, Flokida.IU and bowels, expels poisons, helps diges to $1,200,000. Now there are several A Caa p Jealoaay."Bub .
tion, builds up the strength. Only 60c battleships with
a displacement "
more said the the
Sold by F. S. Chaffee woman to small
druggist. Guaran
\ C. II. PEETE, Ill Was m Regular. teed. than 14,000 tons each, and the Majestio boy who was loafing In front of ber

cost $4,200,000, exclusive of armament. house, "don't yon go to school?"
Blair, a regular, said to be of the
in, EAR, NOSE and TnROAT. Seventeenth, -was shot through the groin Ho Fooled the Surgeons. The average cost of a British first- "No, ma'am, not now," waa the re

at El Caney, Jnly 1. Two wounded class battle ship is $5,000,000, Inclusive ply."Bnt
All doctors told "
808 Keulck Hamilton of why not?
Cherry of
Street armanent and
stores. A \
men of the Sevenfy-flret New York fell West first-class
Jefferson O. after "
suffering 18 'Cause- the teacher got jealous ofme.
Macon, Ga.TX. beside him in worse shape than he. months from rectal fistula, he*would die cruiser now has a displacement of from ."

They could not move. lie con Id a little.A unless a costly operation was pel formed t 10,000 to 14,000 tons, and, says Sir Wil "How do tneanf""Why

] McL. DANOY, D D. L.3r Spanish sharpshooter on their right but he cured himself with five boxes of liam White, the old-time distinction be I bud yon aix different ofpellin
bad the of tboni there Uucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest pile ways MANUFACTURERS OF *
ranga as they lay tween cost and size in battle '
their comrades cure on earth, and the best salve in the ships and 'oat, and she bad only one, and
duato of Philadelphia having pushed on. Although world. 23 cruisers is dlsappeailog rapidly she got down on me and I bad toleave. Doors Sash Blinds.Moulding
College of down the three his cents a box. Sold by F. S. though .
Two,class 1873. Perfect operations were Chaffee, druggist. other marked differences continue to ." Saginaw Courier-Herald.

wised.IauraSt. target exist."Seakeoplng". & Building Material.
"Spit I" and one of the bullets cat a
< All So .
Jacksonville, Fla.irginia look of hair from Blair's fore bond."Spit The heaviest gold coin minted by the quality has boen sought Office fc
Clipper Yon remember Renter Warr-rooms, King
1" again, and one of the New ancient Romans was the aureus, worth after In modern ship-building, and Sir real estate agent who went to the front, the Cannon Street.Charleston ., opposite

Yorkers winced, as his shoulder was cat. about $5.03 in United Statos money. William says that the British battle ship with the volunteers?

Blair for a time could not locate the Roman now carries nearly doubla the S. O.
Homes coins of thevery earliest dates amount of Lipper Yes. very well. ,
( fellow, but finally discovered him 800 coal
were all insciibed with the.figure of anox that it formerly toot aboard. There Clipper Well, at the battle of Siboney -
yards distant up a tree. He was inoau* also is return Sash Weights Cord and
to the American hadn't
side and construction of troops
tious and displayed himself in taking on one a wreath on the higher anymore ,
freeboards and to than captured the field when be
other. greater height of
r aim.. Blair bad his gun beside him and guns Hardware.
learn all about above water. went to tbe commanding officer and
Virginia Lands, with ono shot brought him down.

"mouicoa, products, mode of culI'Mlon Then, wounded in the groin as be Sir William hints also at the need of asked for If sale he couldn't lease.have an option onit Window and
or Richmond Dispatch. Fancy Glass
prices, etc., by reading the was, ha crawled 900 feet to his enemy further saving of consumption of coal in

'''ffftnla Fanner. Send lOcts. to get his canteen oC water and 900 feet EFENDING what he calls "auxiliary service," mean A SPECIALTY.Discpvered .

8 months subscription to the back, not touching it himself, and ing the electrio lighting of ships, the Quite Independent.
"mer Co. poured it down the throats of the two
Emporia, Va. New Yorkers.He THE NATION. generating of steam for gun working,
the distilling of fresh water
died holding the drink to the lips Catarrh is our country'sen other for any
of of them. His remark purpose than that of driving the
one only as tobis tmy. La grippe,
ships through the
journey was: lung troubles and water. He quotes .a

"I'm a regular. You follows have other diseases of report of the United States navy department

homes. to show that in
the mucous membrane time of pence more

One of the Kew Yorkers survived toretnrn take bold than half the coal burned on a warship

Uaa.OTTON. borne and tell the story of tbishero's of our people goos to "auxiliary service." |ThIs would Trade Mamks

end. Chicago Times-Herald. and fatal results be a sorlous drawback to the OcaiaNa
elllclenoy CopvRiaHT* Ac.
follow with of a ship at sea. Anrone sending a sketch and description msv
_. Exercising on m Man-of-war. alarming frequency. enlflklr ssovrtsln our opinion free wnsthar su
Invention Is pronnbl* patentable.
ft Seine Twines. Walter Russell contributes to The All of tlonestnotlreonSdenLent U. Handbook on Patents
by a AVomon. free. Oldest aitenov for securing patents,
P Century an article entitled "Incidentsof these troubles Patent* takenrjwolol jg nail, jtfunn a C* CT STURGEON TWIN!?, the Cuban Blockade. Mr. Russell \\ are catarrh, and Another great discovery has been notice, without ebaree. In the

MBLEC0RD8 and MACRAME. says: Daring quarters the various exercises cannot exist made and that too, by a lady in this Scientific .Hmericam

E"0RY and .drills clean and country. Disease fastened Its clutches
emergency are gone where the membranes are
JOHNSON A tiandaofnelv lllnstrated .
o M. through with, including sword practice, andhealthy. any solentlSo journal l, Terms, t* a
M0ODUS. its I four months,#1. slout bra.
CONN.fERRYS severest testa, but ber vital fear ] newsdealers.
drill exercises for Tenn. '
bayonet physical X ou Davis, Fayetteville, oigans were undermined and
straightening the figure and expanding tells in her letter how Dr. Hartman's death
seemed Imminent. For three months "William, yon bave been pulling Sloe, fa t St,Washington.IX 0.
the chest, boarding drill, fire drill, collision great catarrh remedy, Te-ru-na, cured she coughed incessantly, and could not that stick from the trees. I shall thrash

drill and many others. A huge her of la grlppo and serious lung complication. -, sleep. She Anally discovered a way to yoo with It. "

mat, weighing perhaps BOO pounds, isbroagbt She says: recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of "Sir, I can no longer consent to your tAjtf WjtoW I2rvrwvt4tIT71MPS
deck, heaved over the Dr. King's New Discovery for )
tip on consump interference. I am of to rwHYNoi
now an havewIEALS
I afflicted with a dlseaso commonly age
side, and held there within 60'seconds was tion, and was so much relieved on taking thrash myself should I deem it
known as la grippe two years first done that she wooesaary. -
after the order is given. Should a Spanish slept all night; and ." Pick Me .
doctors said I had with two bottles has Up.JTo
1SEEDS ship ram one of ours this mat would agb; the consumption. been absolutely
I got one bottle of Pe-ru-na and cured. Her name is Mrs. Lutber Lutz."
I be thrown over the aperture made In second cough stopped.I Thus writes \V. C. Hamnlclc ifc Co. of Oold Drleke. SfAW.flrfASSi
"S- "" the night my ,
o-thrtrteine | the side and held there the
l'l*" io iZFL,'"?'- " by pressure took several bottles, and I will say Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at F. S. Farmer Pitchfork (to telegraph operator

of the water. Again, lines of hose are that I believe I would be a dead woman Chaffee's drug store. Regular size BOo ) Be yew tber feller what aent me biggestpdw'in
ran out and connected, a wheel is turned and $1. Every bottle guaranteed. this
now if it had not been for Pe-ru-na.' message from Chios go, sayin ter '
and a strong stream of
the deck immediately. In a very few Mary M. Prultt, Talpa, Mo., says: The Appetite of a Goat ?

seconds SO streams of water can be directed Pt-runa Mtdicint Co., Columbus, O. Operator I am. ,
of the Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Indian Hirer at Bay Hlseayne Inland Navigation
upon any. part "I had la grippe for three successive stomach and liver are out of order. All Farmer Pitchfork Well, yew kin jise
Suddenly the band plays a lively hold sach tell tber feller wbat writ it that hekain't Company.
years; it seemed to get a tighter should know that Dr. King's New
march, and the order for the ran around each It seemed I was In Life Fills, tbe wonderful stomach and bunko old St Pitchfork. I've read

is giTen. Jack likes this. It is bis exercise. on the me jaws of year.death. What had helped liver remedy, gives a splendid appetite, 11 erbout his kind in tber papers, an I steamer Commencing Monday, Oct. 10, 'DA, tbe
It is tor him what wheeling is toa sound digestion and know son's St. Augus'lne will leave Titnsvllle -
before would not do roe any good.I a regular bodily my own bandwritin ef Idon't and
Bi j? *n buslPer landsman. It is his opportunity of me habit that insures health know Mondays 'Wednesdays at 5:30p.
U4asu;;; re oar saw an advt rti ment of Pe-ru-na. I perfect and uotbin else I Up to Date.A . m.; nrrlveS VJt. Lucie River Tuesdays
moving a little faster than usualIn great energy. Only. 25 cents at F. S.
and it cured me.I and
l> nv ZS1. ry "ralchs SHOO procured two bottles Chaffee's Thuisdays. Leave St. Lncle River
drug store.
Si ttmtiLilS 'erencee. double quick time each section runs inan have not felt any symptom since. liberal use of salt la the food will Tuesdays and Thursdays; airlve nt
: Enp4tetlvn for five minutes, the line of
ellipse You use tbU in any way yen* destroy the odor of perspiration. In Tltusville Wednesdays and Saturday*.
sailors being usually barefooted at this may Sally Lunn was a pastry cook who, attbe Anstralia
where the "black fellows"
time of the day. They dodge in and out please-. close of the eighteenth century, used
are employed as house servants, they not use /lettering/ light for reading
<>rd"'or any of the sunlight and shadow, laughing Ask any druggist for a free Pe-ru-na to cry tbe tea bread which bears ber are required to eat a certain amount of or sewing. Use a lamp with
a large
and showing tnelr gayety of feeling. Almanac for the year 18W. name aboot the street* of Datb, Eag. alt in their food r rx day. burner, and good oil.



IHDIAH RIYER ADYOCATE. 4AWIIILT foreigners in their own markets- Reading notice ads. on this page
East Coast Meat Market jw Indian River Real Estate
demonstrated the absurdity of its sre tlve cents per line per week.MRS. Agenc

protective features. Tbe late war :
Of TBS IMDIAM KIVSR, UU was a God-send to the Dlngleyitesin DEISNER'S ,
WORTH AMD BISOAYKB BAY SBOTIONS. the way of distracting public *s FLA. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
( attention from the ridiculous failure TITUSVILLE,

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT.Cbablbs of the measure on which such STea

tremendous stress has been laid ; Board and Room One1 Dollar Per Day. YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want it adveitiscd 1" "

U. Waltom, Editor & Proprietor. but the facts are too clear to beobscured. paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write nr '

Tbe protectionist theory r this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the publicJH3T"
and Rye Bread,
Discontinuance of iwlvts. must be made personally has been exploded, and as apolitical Pies When, Cakes In need, etc.of, go White to Mrs. Delsner s Many sales will probably be mode this winter by this Agency, Why ,

at this offloo or by writing. issue it is dead. Even CS3Titusville. City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, yours.

republicans are said to admit the hotels and families supplied. PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre *2.00 to Sionn
Address all communications to < ridiculous inefficiency of the Dingley ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS. *2.00 to *20.C0 per acie.

INDIAN K1VEK ADVOCATE, bill. THE MOST COMPT.ETB Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north nf vl
TlTDSVILLB, FLOBIPA.Checketc Florida. Gallic; flrsMsUss for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, *|,oooORANOE
Electrical Supply House GROVE, 14 acres, 00 miles south of Titusville. Will rmv (
",wu <
yoar and $2,000 next. Price, 7,000.
,may be made payable to Charles EAST COAST. LAW CO. HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $23 per acre.
H. Walton,publisher and proprietor THE STATE COLLEGE ..THE One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2i miles west of Titusville nood (
pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00. '
[Continued from Eighth Page.] ELECTRICIANS,
U. 8. Department of Agriculture Lake City Fla.
amusing; but all were surely appreciated Jacksonville,
Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. by those wbo received them. Offers to both sexes a good education
The decorations of the church and the along tbe lines of modern thought and

The following is a comparative statement tree were simply superb by far the activity.
handsomest ever seen In La Orange; and Scientific and Industrial
of temperature and rainfall for the Literary, Military
week ending Tuesday, Deo. 27, lHOtf. when that Is said It means much, for La departments. Most complete Grain Feed Flour Grits Meal
1808 1897MAX. Orange has always been noted for elaborate outfit of apparatus. Expenses reduced Hay, ai
beautiful on occasions
MIN. and displays to a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy,
78 00 of this kind. Fur twenty-eight Book-keeping taught free/
Meal. New Garden Seed
83 08 years they have excelled each year over Send for a new catalogue to, Cotton Seed arriving Frei
74 00 the previous one; and for this year to
72 00 exceed all others, convevs to those who W. F. ,T0CUB, President, all tbe time.
75 70 have seen the former displays, an idea LAKE CITY, FLA.
70 ((10 of what this one"was. After the distribution *
for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects Harmless
04 57 of the Rifts, the congregation Agent ; to nan
Never fail to read 'our inside
pages. for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and Wiite
Joined In staging the Doxology, and beast. Agent poultry. forquotatioi
week 0.08 Inches You will always find something to interest
Total rainfall for tbe : wended their way to their respective Lowest cash prices.
Departure from normal rainfall for the satisfied that you.Ky .
week: minus 0.35 inches. Departure homes had enjoyed, thoroughly one of the most pleasant they Office: 124 W. Bay street. ? JACKSONVILLE, FLA,

from normal rainfall since January 1, evenings In the history of La Orange.MALABAR. As an advertising medium, no
minus 18.50 Inches.J. paper on the East Coast can beat the

W. Ckonk, Observer. Advocate. Give us a trial advt.,
Edison LaLande oell, type V," for CHAS. Nl WELSHANS
Tbe Christmas tree and exercises were and be oonvlneed of the pink paper'sworth.
mailne gas engine Ignition.
a decided success. The programme was
A NEW YEAR'S WISH. long, but well connected and interesting.Tbe .
singing deserves special mention.

happy nkw year. one and all) may The children carried out every part assigned CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTE
roses strew ynur way, to them In a manner to win much Season 189899.. ,
And paths be frlad and li leautlfnl on which praise and to cause their teacher and THE MAPESMANURES.

May hours yon of start uultleii to day sunlight* bring but just a parents to feel justly proud of them. been the Standard ** HAIR AND LATH. **
oeautlful and have
das))of rain. The decorations were appropriate They
And amnions gifts of pleasure hold the faintest the tree filled with lovely for 20
touoli of pain. presents, and tbe air seemed full of'Teace Fertilizers State Agent 'L. & M. Paints and. Oils.
For aklas are fulrer which botlmes the elouds and Good Will." May all who years in Florida.My .
have overcast, Christmases Old 'Phone 8. ) 13 Hogan Strij
more u\
And pleasure Is the sweeter when the grief and participated enjoy many
pals are past. as happy as this last one. A "
If among your roses red the Advooatb Is happy New Year to tbe Advocate. . V JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
entwined.And .
Your heart will beat the nearer to the heart of BANYAN.Programme .
all mankind.A .
Happy New Year, reader*all| we ounnot wish : Song greeting. Recitation
you less} "Love Is the Christmas Glory," by .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
May all the Rraaloui charities that heal, and Leland McMillan, Bob and Orady Creech Fertilizers Ate M good tts MaPeB*
soothe and bless, and Stewart. Recitation, "Fillup . ,
Drop down Into your waiting- hands, and may Halph
you e'er Impart those Kmpty Stockings," Miss AlaudleHmlth. They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence.
To all the weary souls of men the joy within Song, ''Christmas Glory ever (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
your heart. Thine." Recitation, "It Shall Never The MapeS put the money In the pockets of the growers.
For hearts that hold no warmth ne'er know the Pass Away," Miss Florrle Creech. Recitation OUR SPECIALTIES
Joy It Is to live) "Hob's Violin Charlie Stewart, Vegetables and other Fiult Trees.PmeappleS :
Our lives are measured by the Joy which we to Oiange
others glvet Duet, "There'll Come-a Time," Misses "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacc"Coin
Let all the year be golden with our deeds oftwlinu Jessie and Claudia McMillan. Reading, Bananas Tobacco, etc.

And earth will love.swing the nearer to tbe skythatCHRISTMAS. "Christmas Mascot," Miss Jessie McMillan. Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
benils above Song, "America." Recitation, What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been
Coriucspundbst. "A letter to Santa Claus," Miss Gertrude hams and breakfast bacon.
Stewart. .Recitation, "Sauta Claus uptodate the Mapes Agent In Florida over Twenty Years.I .
," Miss Claudia McMillan. Song, "Calumet" leaf lard.
"Merry Christmas," after which Joe I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Homemade
Smith, ns Santa Claus, arrived and stripped Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single consumer pure lard."Peerless" .

How suggestive is the above the tree of Its unique presents, and has found fault with the Quality of these-Goods. compound lard, sausages
word. What longings it brings everyone was remembered. Somo received
forward. It is now over. Christmas costly presents, some useful ones, The best yields. The best keeping qualities. and all Packing House Products.

from its origin and the importance they while will some not of need the young thelis men for declare several The most reliable in drouths. FLORIDA BRANCH ; Jacksonville

of its effect on our civilisation to come. ,
Always the best prices in all the markets.
as well as the many sweet FOItr PIB11CB, Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.JIJEWELED .

traditions, memories, etc., reaching
Saturdav night was a gala night for Read the following. It covers all these points :
from the cradle to tho grave is tous the Of Ft. Pierce
juvenile fraternity "OiuxOE Park, Fla., August 27th, 1808."MR. .
one of our dearest holidays.At They were out en-mass and hailed the ,
TitU8ville and along the many advent of Father Cluistmas and bis better J. R. TY8EN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: WATCHES CLOCKS

hamlets of the East Coast weleurn half with delight and wonder. Some "Dear Sir: I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville maiket many ,
did not know that old Santa was matried years with IndltTsient success. You have often tiled to induce me to use
it was observed as Sunday but there sue was, resplendent in Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they DiamomSouYenirs
should be very decpriously. ChristVias gay colois, bowing and smiling to the cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson tome. Jewelry,
la a sort of milestone of time little folks. Then commenced the distribution I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the diouth, and my stuff
a lapse between the past and the of gifts, which lasted fully anhour. has always sold at once at the highest market pi Ice. Isnn especially fortunate Wedding Rings and Press
Every little tot was remembeied on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customeis were watt ,
future a resting place, where we and made happy. To many of >our ing for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my
can look back over the deeds, or northern filends it was almost Impossible neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR
misdeed's of a year gone by, and a to think it was Chilstmas Eve, as cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to ,-_ .
time when all the little tots thoroughly one young lady remarked, U was so ten cents, and I am sure I shall piotit hereafter by my expeilence this year, I Silverware a SPECIALTr.
warm that It was Impossible to realize had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes."Very .
enjoy themselves, and hail the Yule tide, that it was more like a Truly Yours* J. L. MOORE." Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid oneway.| R. JRILB,|
with delight the advent of Santa fourth of July celebration. Special
Claus, who treats them so bountifully thanks aie due Mrs. Allen. Miss Allen, 2QT" Write to one for Pamphlets with full particulars, pi Ice, analysts, and testimonials 225 W. Bay St., Jackbonvilw,
that will Interest you. A full stock always on
on that occasion. Our people Misses Hendry and Michael, Mrs. Ilait-
stone and Messrs. Jennings, Kenady and
have sulfered much through the Edge, also Prof. Pitta and Brother Allen 1
big freeze which so depleted their for the complete sucoess of the evening. DF*!**. WANTED

exchequer; but "it is a long lane JENSEN.Tns

that has no turning," and some

morning the residents of this section are Christmas now looking has oome forward and gone to the, and next we; CLARKE & DANIEL. Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool BeeswiI

will wake up with a glad heart, but Mr. Editor, we send you all our best ,
for tbe advantages of Titusville wishes for 1800, and may the popular

and neighborhood must again come pink paper never change Its color, and Dealers In all Kinds of Tallow and Alligator Skins.
may it prosper always. We have had a ,
the with
to front renewed vigor."Peace glorious old-fashioned Xmas here. On
on earth, good will toward Saturday, the 24tb, commonly called And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows :

men" Is a text which it is well you Christmas Eve, there was a Christmas Fresh and Salt Water Fish Oysters Poultry Dry Flint Hides. 15c. Otter Skins, good, 3.001'50 to20t
should also remember at this tree, given under the auspices of tbe Dry Salted Hides ]30. Otter Skins, poor.
Jensen Sunday school. The tree was Salted Hides. i OHc. Coon Skins, good..
of the year.Ir laden with many handsome presents and Gt-axxxo, OtO.1 055 Poplar St., MACON, CA. Dry flint deer skins 180. Coon Skins, poor. ,.. 051
all the children had a good time. Mr. Dry Salted deer skins 15c. Goat skins. ,. oat
Edmund Young, of the St. Luole River, White wool, prime I80. Sheep skins. .. .. 101
of subscribers
eacu one our
was our Santa Claus, and a very lolly Black wool, prime ]8c. Alligator skins, 7-ft.. 1.00
would Induce one, person to send one; he came la ss young Santa Claus, Burry wool, prime 80 to 12o.ef 6-ft.. 65
in a subscription, it would benefit and was ejected by his father, old Santa, CHESEBRO BROTHERS "Wa3t 25o. 5-ft., 20 45
us greatly, and we would be enabled most ably personified by Mr. Frank J0* 2oto03o. '* 4-ft.. 15
to further improve the Austen, jr. Mr. Young, as we may mention Ginseng root, per lb. $2.00 3-ft,
came all tbe way from Hobo Sound WHOLESALE Young live alligators, 15o to 20c each. Reference National bank, JackioTo
Advocate. Who will be the first to take and as genial and jolly those who have to get '
part, was not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment
"to try this ? Sample copies will as he always Is. The decorations were' ed. I guarantee a just and liberal classification. Hoping to be favored wlta

be Bent to any one in the United beautiful, and though, of course, we CJOMMISSON JPlSH JEALERS shipments, I am, yours truly, .
States or Canada, who wish them. missed the mistletoe, the hall looked W. R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville,
lovely, and the organ was covered with
flowers. thanks due Mrs. R.M. .
Many are No. 1 Fulton Wholesale Fish Market New YoTk.
is Hebbert, Mrs. Bell and Mrs. R. I). Samp
Philippine problem giv.ing a
the republicans no end of trouble. to Hoke Miss for Schulta the Xmas for her tree able decorations performance, and SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluensb, Red P.CLAKKNCK E. KcHURRAT Try

General Grosvenor, of Ohio, on the mandoline. Thanks are also due Snappers, KIngflsb, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Bucks. '& OUR $25.00HORSE

is not by any means a timid man to the Waveland choir,headed and trained Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
in by Mr. Bonker, of Wavelaod. After tbe FARI
handling political questions, were distributed lefreahruenU BAKER.
but he acknowledged himself at a were served, the children receiving the
loss what to do with this one when first attention. Mrs. Harrier and Mrs. B. MILLER. MILLER LONOBOTHAM.S. .

he said after discussing several Aston, of Waveland, kindly helped Mrs.Hebbert KstaMlshvA 141. 1* A 3xle;* 1* Tre8, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat.
of the propositions that have been at the refreshment table. We Bicycles, Sundries, etc. I
hear that Mr. E. C. B. handed
made to get rid of the islands: round no less than from Tyndal seven to seventy B. MILLER & CO. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLAl

"For my part, I wish the Philippines different kinds of cake, so you may Imagine ,
were at the bottom of the how well we fared and how great
sea." That is also the opinion of was the skill of tbe ladies of the neighborhood WHOLESALE WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plro
who provided the cakes. ,
many others. Last but not least, we feel that Mr. R.M. COMMISSION EISH JDEALERS

Hebbert deserves our heartfelt thanks Fine Gas Fixtures Planner and Gas Fitter Roofing S
for the way in which be organized one No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York. ,
The persistent and heavily-in of the most successful Xmas trees ever

creased deficit since the Dingley held In Jensen. This, we understand, Isbis Special attention gtven to the sale of Pompano, Spanish Iron work, pumps and drain pipe bath tubs, water
third he makes ,
law went into operation, shows its tree, and always the
of the children his. first object. Mackerel, Bine Fish, etc. re-t
failure enjoyment etS and Wash
as a revenue producer; Mr. and Mrs. Hebbert both received REFERENCES: Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer Stands. Copper lessels of all descriptions
while large exports of domestic presents from the members of the In the United States.

manufactures underselling the Sunday school. 37" Stencils furnished on application. 37 Forsyth St., near JACKSONVILLE Laora St, ,

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the Casino for the Benson. The first

entertainment will bo Riven on Thursday
evening for the school teachers,of whom
there will be a goodly number Jn St. TILIZERS.SPECLSI
Align nine.
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Baking Powder
There were sixty-seven crates of beans PEICBShi
shipped from this place last Saturday.Mrs. .

Made from Theda nail and her two little
pure daughters came down from Titusville,
cream of tartar. last week and will spend the winter with

"Mother" Hall and Mrs. Alice Fish. I wrs.: piH

Safeguards the food Charles Wernlng and Miss Carrie Jorgenaen ..
came up from Grant Saturday to
enjoy our Christmas festivities. Mr.
against Miss Warning Carrie returned will remain to Grant several on days.Mr. Monday.. Price $25v00.GUARANTEED JEJT" Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous

and Mrs. Kingman ANALYSIS: for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
Alum bating powder*are the greatest arrived M0,
jaenaccA to health of the present day.wovm. and tain are stopping.a tew days with Cap A innionla* .. . 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
and toSO
wife, before settling Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia
.MAKiwa.owmea oo,,wgw vow. down in their cosy cottage. Everybody Available PboHphorlo Aold to to 2Aa 6II BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
is glad to see "Auntie Kingman." Kqual to Bone Phosphate of Lima.. to 1.1B
to 8
Equal to Sulphate of Fotaah
J. r>. CKARIf Mairnesia,Lime,Soda, eta 9 to 106o SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO
keeps a ftrntclass Saloon. Wine*, H to eoJjy STEMS,
Key West. and been dmnoBtlo*, whlftkies cigrars, brandy, tnnacoo and and rura,olnurettes.Imported I {y Write for Special Pamphlet. v TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, mm

Vrloe of Honors from $2.00 to$5 00 per gallon. COTTON"
Prompt attention to telegraph and mall Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at low HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.I .
The Key West Cornet Band Rave an orders. "Terms Casb. Conoa, Fin. H very 0
open air concert at Jackson Square Mon J. 1>. CKABB, Afrt. prices.


The transfer of Louis Ayela to Havana Stuart.Miami. 3lease Correspond with us before being induced, toPamphlet. buy from Dealers. Send for

pontofilce has Riven room for the appointment hi I .
of Steve Shavers iu the
postofllce -
Prof. Burgess has
gone to Miami.Mrs. .

here. Bevill's mother ts visiting her. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
The old roof Is being torn off and anew
one will be put on the Catholic Carl Hnmey attended the Christmas ,,
cliurcb. The money was raised by the services and dance at Waveland.

ladles at their mite socials.Hon. Our teacher, Mr. Lee, is speudlng the TeLctss3n.TrIll: , :ErloxI,
John Denham, Hon. W. Hunt week with his family in Lemon City.

Harris and Bon. Eugene ItusseM reoelved Miss Mollle Michael Traveling Freight
is spending a mMelbourne. Agent Bule, of the
their commissions as State Senator and month with her F. E. C. Ry. Samples Mailed
aunt, Mrs. W. Kitching.We were here Wednesday, Free to your Address
of the Legislature.Rev. .
members visiting Banana river
points via
upon application.Courtenay. .
notice the river people above and
II. W. Baker arrived home Tuesday below OOODE. Real Kstate and Loan*. Spartan.
us that
. nlfht from an extended visit to the are learning they can get A Kent for AStna, Ix>ml n and Liverpool and
what they want here for a reasonable e,and Imperial Fire Insiiranna. Special
island of Cuba. Mr. Baker will no doubt price. attention paid to tha Interests of non real'denta. Remember that the Indian River .COHEN
be stationed in Cuba, by the Methodist Advocate does all kinds of job printing BROTHERS.
conference.It Our postmaster, Broster Kitching, at short notice. Send them an order .
spent Christmas In' Sobastian. Henry and be oonvlnoed that It Is the plaoe to ..
Is expected that there will be several Stypman looked well after the Interests WHEN YOU GO TO MKLHOURNK oall at the have
Hiuutar, Mm. Chaa .1. F. job printing done.
changes in the paymaster's office In Campbell Co. Mil
of the office In his absence. linery, Notions, Dry Gnnda, Ladles'
readymade -
this city by the first of the month. and woven Underwear,Ferris' Renowned
Henry Roberts' appointment has been The McPbersons attended the Christmas Comets,etc.,embroidery and colored silks, Popular Dry Goods House
revoked, and a civil service appointment services at Waveland, but did not souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. -
will come here to take bis place. or could not remain. All report a tine ,
time and a beautiful tree.Mrs. Christmas passed off very quietly here,
Joseph Devantry, a prominent boat HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, FLA.,
builder of Brooklyn, has arrived from Will Ray, who teaches school In overlooking Indian Rlveri homelike accommodation Miss C. R. Sams paid Cocoa a visit last JACKSONVILLE
North Eden U *and rood board. Rate* $1,150 per Tuesday. FLA.
New Tork on the Mallory steamirLampasas. spending tbe week at day or S6.00 to f 7.00 per week, aooordlnir to ,
He brought with him Msiteam her home here. Mrs. Miller Is remain location of room. Hpeolnl rate* to Hirer Beans are being shipped from here
launch Miami, whloh is a sister ing at home enjoying the rest, people. CHAS.T. MoHRIDE, daily in large quantities.Mr. .
boat to Y. Harris's Proprietor.Banyan.
Wining handsome Our
launch Florida, both of which were enterprising for merchant made provisions and Mrs. Jas. R. Rngan, of Banyan
built Mr. his Christmas wants by many are visiting relatives here.Mr. .
by Devantry at yard InBrooklyn.
useful and beautiful presenes, Including Aldln nadley Is home on a visit from
handsome rugs and rocking chairs. Stetson University, MoBride, of Seville, Fia., was ln-1

Captain Overton, special agent of. the Mrs. E. W. Butler has returned home town awhile Monday and Tuesday. The Largest Dry Goods
of Underwriters
recently arrived Please mention tbe Advocate when from her visit to Merrltt.Mrs. Quite a good many white people at
In the city of Key West to examine the writing advertisers.TWe tended the colored cake walk Monday
steamer Miami, but arrived here too late. S. IC. Watts, of Eau Gallle, Is the night. Store in the State.on
The Miami, which came In with her guest of Mrs. Kate Trultt. .
cargo of cotton on Are, sailed last Ftl Daytona. John II. Wynn, of Tropic, represent'
y forNew York. It was only neces Louis Lyman Is home for a few days Ing Lang A Fountain, commission merchants
take from Rollins college, at Winter Park.Mias of New York was here
wry to out a few bales of cotton to Monday.A .

reach the tiro. Corporal W. L. Kellar, of Co. G., 1st Allen, of DeLand, is the guest ofMrs. crowd of young people from our
Florida, is at homo. Winters while visiting in Melbourne. little town attended the Social Club

William Chaffee arrived home last dance at Indlanola, Wednesday night.
The schooner Belle came last week
up ,
with a cargo of fruit. Tuesday after spending the summer They report a very pleasant time. now offering Extraordinary Good

A lairo number here.of visitors are continually here The, Past Odd Fellows Grand are Master to have Blake a being lodge east.Drs.. Loon Peek and C. II. Stewart left Do you want to buy or sell property Tallies in Fashionable

arriving here as organizer.Robt. here last Sunday evening for a trip to on Indian River ? If you do, write the
Commodore and Mrs. Fred D. Hughes, toMiami. Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus
Iu their line launch have Hanson, agent for one of the ville, Fia. See page 4, *
arrived here
for the season. acetyline gas companies, has been here, and Mrs. John Goodo went toRoseland Silks Dress Goods and
offering to give us additional light ontbe to spend Xmai with Mr. and Malabar.
Mayor John B. Rellly wenrs a broad subject. Airs. L. C. Moore.

ed mile tli miw-n-days. Mrs. Rellly present The trial of the new Are engine, last Miss Annie E. Goode left here last
Christmas Mayor with a girl baby for a week, did not result satisfactorily. It Tuesday for a visit to Dr. Geo. W.Holmes' Mrs. Farley and Miss Forest visited
gift on Thursday morning, Melbourne one day last week. '
and to say he is happy, U no word for it.J. took too long to get up steam, and did family at Sharpes. Trimmings.
not throw the water high enough.Mr. The guests who ate their Xmas dinner Albert Carroll made a trip to Eau Gal
A. McGuiie, of the Arm of McOuire lle In the Mario.Mrs.
recently, .
at Hotel Carleton are loud in tholr
4 McDonald, of Sr. F. B. Allen came up last week, In
has been spending Augustine a few day and a here Miiml his yacht, The Mallard, accompanied by praise of the splendid dinner served W. W. Wlxen made n business 7"" AH orders filled same day as received.
his wlf and Miss Seaver, of Brooklyn there.Mr.. trip to Eau Gallle last week.
j Mending to Mr. ,
Flaglers interest in
absence of Mr. McDonald who Is in N. Y. They spent several days here. Wilson drove Mrs. Wilson and Miss Carrol had as her charming little Your Money Back if Goods are not as we Represent.

Xaaaau. Mr. McOuire has returned to Nearly all the winter residents -o.ro Mrs. Atnsworth down from Eau Galllein holiday guest, Ruth Farley.Mr. .
18t, Augustine.Capt. here, among the latest arrivals being tbe Hotel Granada rig, last Monday Address!
to call on friends.Don't Mrs. Wolf, of Jensen, are #
D. A. Blodgett and family, of Grand
W. II. Weatherly, with a force spending tbe holidays with U. U. Starck COHEN BROTHERS,
of fifty hands, Is busy at work on the Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. E. P. Wilson and forget the Ladies' Guild entertainment and wife.E. .
mw nick road leading to the golf link daughter, of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs.H. to be held at Hotel Bellevleu, Popular DryGoods House,
grounds. From the western boundary W. Brown, of Worcester, Mass.C. Friday evening, Jan. 6th, 181)0.) Supper B. Arnold and family and Miss MoLeod JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of feet the town the new road will be 'fifteen G. Burgoyne had a boating party to served from 6:30: to 7:30. week.Mr..were visitors lu Cocoa one day last

wide, and equal In every way to the celebrate Christmas Day. Quite a number Rev, W. C. Barnes returned from abusinoss
pavement III be in the city. A force of hands of gentlemen were invited to go to trip to New York. He caught and Mrs. Farley entertained a few
Hake put to work preparing the golf the inlet and back on his yacht, "TbeSweetheart. a severe cold while there and has been friends on Christmas Day, at an excel
and grounds In a few ." In of the lent dinner.C. .
days.Ai spite storm, a very 111 ever since his return, but we all
announced In last week's Advocate. number of them put in an appearance, hope soon to see him well.Mr. F. Conkllng and brother, Homer MANUFACTURER OF
A. B and had time. ,
a jolly good
Thompson, proprietor of the Hotel Van Dyne, of DeLand, who spent were among tbe Melbourne visitors at
Jiaml, has secured the services of John the Malabar Christmas tree. Umbrellas
last winter
\ Bowen, so pleasantly among us, came and Parasols.
Jacksonville formerly and of the Placlde, at over with a party of three young' gentlemen Little Miss Irene Fee, of Melbourne
I'lcago. Mr. Bowen Windemere, friends, for a trip down Indian was tbe guest of Lena Conkllng a few
tion of occupies the posi River and stopped over"at Melbourne to days during the holidays.Capt Repairing and
manager of Neatly Done. All
this work Guaranteed.
*tl Bowen hostelry. Showers are of frequent.occurrence. say howdy-do to his numerous friends.Mrs. .
accompanied ber husband a. M. and R. T. McFaddon 2(1( Laura St.
are being shipped day. FLA.
will Andrew McAdams who
spend the winter at the came the latter'* wire and little girl, spent
*aml. An ad. in tbe pink paper would The last week's sunshine has warmed from Chicago an invalid a few weeks Chrlatmas bere as guests In the hospitable
*> beln order. up the river, so nothing short of a blizzard ago, we are pleased to report, has Improved home of II. C. Starck.W. Bermuda Onion Seeds.
will harm us. so much that last Tuesday she ..
walked several blocks and made two R. Harris spent Christmas with his
would esteem tbe favor If People from neighboring hamlets, family In Eau Gallle. He returned
our calls on friends. It Is truly the wonder on WHITE AND
wrLH.,JJ1 hen wrlt "8r or calling upon seventy-Ave in number, attended a ball of the town, her improvement; but our Christmas Eve, and has resumed work Texas RED, genuine TennerLffe stock, $2.60 per lb.
Rust-proof Oats
"S* *?Pur<*as merchandise, at the Banyan bouse last night.Jas. pure climate works wonders for the sick on Mrs. Wixen's cottage, >wblch Is well t : COo. per bus.
ould Florida
mention the Advooatk.St. Arith, accompanied by Dr. Henry who come here.Com. under way. Rumor says this oottage Is UO-day Oats, ,. ,$1.00 per bus.
to.be "warmed" by a dance before tbe Georgia Rye
Aritb returned Atlantic last week.
F. C. Hewitt and Sam Martin the 1.30 per baa.
partitions'are la
put or Florida
Augustine.hX The doctor only stayed for two days and left for Titusville and plastering Rye.
here last Sunday done. Of course "sAsslety" Is looking 2.60 per bus.
returned to Suwanuee Springs, we hope soon to see the commodore return forward to the event with Interest. Foil Stock of Field 'and Garden Seeds.L.
death with his fine fleet. He owns a neat .
Trreuih6 o* o A Christmas
this and has host royal feast was given at
boathouse at place a
I"""t parents hwt.rendln.r blow Fort Pierce.no of warm friends here who are pleased te the home of E, B. Arnold; with Mrs. CAMERON. Seedsman.JACKSONVILLE. .

C see him return each winter to spend the Wlxen and Miss McLeod as hostesses. 125 East Bay St..
j& Howe Tb table FLA.
has been on a trip to Cool, bracing weather, clouds, noa&ft season at his favorite spot. Hotel Carleton. laden with was all beautifully tbe decorated and

"""his hotels. Beach, In the interentertaining- frost. Lucky dogs, we I IMr. to the occasion.good Those things present appropriate JCstabllahml 1S7A

Este returned last ''week to his were E. V. Arnold and family, Mrs.
home In Atlanta.Mrs. Eau Gallie. Wixen and little son, Miss McLeod, Rev.
**n M for' the r- Miles, of Seville, who C. L. Howell and family, W. P. Arnold, CHAS. R. TTSEXT
holiday Claude Olrastead and sister left
Mr. Parker, C. C. Carroll, Albert Carroll, ,

(( "Kraham left last Friday night with Saturday their for Miami Mr., to and spend Mrs.Christmas Bryant.Mrs. Masquerade ball this (Friday) evening Miss Carroll and Miss Kindrlck. After (Successor to Tbe J. R. Co.
parents Established
; a pleasant afternoon and 1878)Tou
Sfti': a tte nd th a of at Eureka ball, a supper equal )
cp S. A. Bell accompanied by Mrs. to tbe dinner, the party attended the
Vt heXam* Wh dl6dIS Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mitchell, ofLemotte can SAVE GOOD MONET by sending to for
Frank Bell and two little daughters, left Christmas tree at the school house. me quotations on

,i TGeo'X0daR7Ued fjrom h4ecui,1 Mr.Sunday Bethel for Stewart Bovine, to and spend family.Xmaa with St. Clair.W. .Center, Mich., are viaiting Mrs, The "Advocate/? Grain, Hay, Rice, Meal, Straw, Cotton Seed Hulls and

II. G. Scott was In town over ,
hi"f am"y- Major Wood- Miss Laura Houston, of Eau Gallic, visit The Ikdiak River Advocate is
Christmas enjoying a few days'his toBy on
*> to Cnba within a few was a visitor to town last week, and family.Mr. sale ac the following news-stands, at Ave Feed of all Kinds
took In the dance at the City Hall Friday cents per copy *

h night, which we hear was quite asocial and Mrs. T. C. Till, of Mlcco, Titusville Fred S. Chaffee. POULTRV FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn
*S kwVF anK' er of th8 Hotel success. spent Christmas here, the guests ofCapt. ' J. B. Screven. Bone, etc., etc. Meat and Bone, Gravel, Cracked
IT 8 retorned home
urdav and Mrs. Neabitt.
T. af'e ahort visit to this There is to be a box social at the borne WHEAT, RTE, Graham Flours, whole winter wheat
of Brother Allen next Saturday night, The yacht Caiman Is at tbe railroad Write Quick.... Buckwheat, etc.. Grits Meal and Flour, Breakfast* Cereals,
church. In arrival of Mr. Bacon.
Methodist tbe
for tbe benefit of tbe dock readiness for
dfed .? "?"*. ' of M. A."goflSn After tbe social there will be watch service Lorillard and party, who will arrive this FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP. FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kainlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco

at tbe church, to witness the,closing week. Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.
our , 08
of this eventful
Joe McAllister and Green, Paris Green Blue
&*** Tn.52.ubU5d othep oon Arthur Bennett, Stone, London Purple, Flour
New Year in. i
Hodgson are home from school Positions Guaranteed. Sulphur, Bl-solphlde of Carbon Caustlo
*M Price t whosa ra We n Klngan Soda, etc .-

It J"* ** u n la mchburg, Subscriber, your attention Is drawn for received the Christmas a right cordial holidays.welcome The from boys Open all the Tear to both Sexes.OA.ALA. BUILDING Hair, Shingles MATERIALS.; Lath, etc.I Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,

to the name-and-date slip pasted upon their families and parents and friends.Gen'I. . BUSINESS COLLEOF
ntuned from If are In OF CONSUMERS
paper or wrapper. yon ORDERS.
your I Will furnish
charge of the water sports I' arrears, please remit. Freight Agent Kealthofer and Macon, ,0a. I freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.yon with.

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OUR SEWING MACHINES. The Tropical Trunk Line.

tSnonsh Produced Yearly to Da the

Work of T,000.000 Savvere or Hud. '

There are made on the average in the Jacksonville, Tampa & v Key est Railway,

United States, it is oomputed, 600,000
1818.Potash. sewing machines a year, and the extent

oX the sewing machine business is shown "="
88 *.
Effect Jane
In ,
by figures whioh, if not sustained by No.201). NoT21L No. 37 U5T2312s

of it must be official corroboration, might be thought Looal 1040 p Lv..JACKSONVILLE.-ar '643pm619pm
Mixed Orange Park
*--* contained In fertilizers, to bo extravagant There are 60 sewing Tu, Tb. UlOpVl8S* ....Peoria........ .
machine factories in the Dnited States, and Sat p 19 02alu Magnolia (13am09am BBI p mB4ttPU
otherwise failure will surely U40p Green ov" Springs., )
with a gross capital of $30,000,000, giving 2 4Bs U40S 11 00aC Palatsa 00am8B4a Boopm3R3
result. See that it is there. .... .**. Satsuma...,... 2wpB
employment to 10,000 persons and v. Pomona......... '

Our books tell all about having annual receipts of more than 4 411aB2Sa It 90a ....Crescent City Junction m pm
132 a 12 0Hp ssspm2B3pm
fertilizers. They ara sent 16,000,000. 838 a"i'ia 223a240a M3VplOlp DeLeon Glenwood Springs..., llfiOpnloiopm

The Amerioan sewing machine industry ... .. 'in210pm "'
'i .....Beresford. 2 23a m 2 35 p

free to all farmers applying is sufficiently large to supply not 'sofa 12 I 4lpI lUp ;} ....,. {JjJ 2BSpm22ipm > .B

for them.C3RMAN. only the home market, but the foreign 433 p900a *SM*a lip ;,,.Orange City Jans.... 211amI40am "s'is'pi;
market as well, and nine-tenths of all t 4 p4Wip Enterprise I43pmUOSOam
KALI WORKS, the machines made in the world are 8 4 p Mt. Dora

produced in the Dnited States, and praotioally 4 (M|> TavaresSanford
Nmu Si.,New York.
g) Lv
.. I
8 30 a I45p 34pm 7 lbpn
all of them are protected by 4 35 a 8 0llp Orlando 12 01 p mQlSp 1310 pm
American patents and are the results 810 a3V 3Sp Lakeland..... m 10 23 pm
a 8 2(>1II > ... ..Bartow 6Bpm825pm 5 83 amtio
of Yankee ingenuity, perseverance and 10 10 atSMp lOp Ar.. ...Punta Gorda Lr to pn>
discovery. In the figures of the sewing 6 0Sp Tampa 7S7p mjiw Km
7 no a Tampa Bay Hotel '
maohine business of this the
country 830 aTu. 4np Ar Port Tampa LrLa p m230p 8S3amMon.
important item of repairs to maobinesis SAFETY CO MORTI QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I ., TlmrA SatSuu.Wed&Frl.l 9 llOp Port Tampa ArAr m800pm .Thur* Bat

not included. It is a separate branch 2 OOp Key West LvAr. LvAr Sun.Wed & Frl.
of the business, maintained apart from Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between JavolrionTllle and New York.
The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers I"Comanche"
the manufacture of machines, and gives "Seminole." Dally, t Daily except Sunday. JMon., Wed. and Frl.
Bow to Clean Gold and Sllvsr Free**. employment to a considerable number , "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, Train leaving Jacksonville 0:12 a.m.arrives Gainesville 1:0S p.m,Ocala 2:00 p.m., LesahnnJ:48p.

Uom to 11* Taken With Popular Stones. of persons. American sewing machines North-Bound. Trains. m., HrooksvllleB l and 32 Carry BBp.m.Through dally.Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tnmni.

Now that jewelry is lavishly worn, to the value of about $4,000,000 a year Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. and looal Sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of uasaeinmni u

and eery woman carries about with are shipped to other countries, and there From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and and Thursdays.Fridays. Union Station,Jacksonville,at p. m.
ber almost a burden of chains, charms, is practically no country where the benefits For hour of sailing see."Clyde Liue" Sobedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. Indian River Steamers leave TltusviUe 6:00: a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for St Lncle ltiv

rings and bracelets, not to mention the of civilization are known in which South-Bound. and Intermediate landings| returning, arrive TltusviUe Wednesdays and Saturday .coiinwi i*.
American sewing machines are not inuse. York at 8 rn., as follows iKor with northbound trains.W. .
New ,
River p.
to sail from Pier US, ,
watch and popular waist* Steamers are appointed H. COFFIN, Q. D. ACKERLY
necessary CHARLESTON'S. C. _ Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
band, tba following information by one During the fiscal year of 1897 American For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde General Superintendent.Florida General Passenger Agent

who claims to speuk with authority sewing maobines to the value of Now England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
at Charleston 8. C both ways)
(Calling ,
serve a than
may purpose. more $1,000,000 $1,076,000
Gold jowelry, it is told, may be were exported from the United States are appointed to sail as follows I '

cleaned by washing it in a lather of to Great Britain. The American sales From font or Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From LewltfWliarf FRIDAYS.Clyde's ,Boston, East Coast Ry.

of sewing machines to Australia last THURSDAYS.
warm soapsuds to which a few drops of

ammonia bave been added. This imparts year amounted to $350,000 These figures St. Johns lliver Line.Jacksonville. TIME TABLE MO. IS, IN EFFECT MAVlfl, 18981
were exceeded by the exports of .
brilliance, and the articles should

then be dried with a soft cloth and rubbed American sewing machines to Germany, .Talatka, Sanford,Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
which amounted to $701,000 last Steamer
year, The elegant Sidewbeel
with chamois leather.
Silver jewelry a should also be w"ashedin the machines being, of course, invoiced "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE."

at wholesale and not at retail prioes, CAVT. W. A. SHAW.is .
little warm, water. It
a soapy may
and a sewing maohine shipment of appointed to sail as follows traava
then be polished with a very little of Jacksonville. Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays 330 p m
in value in
the best whiting or hartshorn powder $760,000 a year" represents a Leaves Sanford' ,- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8:1)0: a m
selling value in Germany of oertainly
and finished oil with a soft leather. NORTH HOUND.
$1,000,000, perhaps considerably more.To Read up.
Maltese silver .ornaments of filigree Read down.
Mexico last were sold sewing Arrive 2.00 a. m.
year .....Jacksonvilleralatka
beused. Leave 8 30 in.
work do not require a powder to p. Leave 8.00 p. in.
maobines to the value of $200,000, to 8 4A p. m.
They should be brushed with a 8 00 a. in. Astor..... 2.30 p. m.
France $123,000, 'to Canada $100,000, 1.00 m.
.. .St.

small brush and water dried 4.30 a. m.
soapy to the Central American States $100000 ,- a. ra. .... Ileresford 12.00 a. m.ll.oo .
and rubbed with soft leather. a. m.tt
carefully a ...Blue
600 a. m. Springs
to the Argentine Republio $100.000 .- 00 a. tu.
After has been cleaned Arrive 8 30 a. m. Saniord
gold jewelry .
9.30 a. m.Gen'l
to the United States of Colombia Enterprise
920 a. m.
'it sbonld be placed in a bag of boxwood
$118,000, to Bruiil $115,000, to other Jacksonville.I .
sawdust, to be procured from a jewel* Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St..
states of South America oollectlvely
er's. Shake and rub the ornaments $118,000, to European states, exoluslveof W. H. WARBURTON. T. P. A., I r, M. IRONMONGER,Jr., Fla. Pass. Agt..
thoroughly in the dust, and they will 5 Howling Qreen.New York. | 204 West Bay St.,JacksonvilleFla.
England, France and Germany, I JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent.Jacksonville .
C. P.LOVELL, Asst. Fla. gupt.
look bright and clean when Fla.T1IEO. .
$105,000, to Asia $53,000, to Africa ,Fla. | Foot Hogan St.,
taken out. Chains aud necklets may be O. KG Kit, T. M., 8 Bowling Oreon, New York.WM. .
$18,000 and to the West Indies $30,
treated in this P, CLYDI CO., Osnsrsl Assnti,
way. 000, .though prior to the Cuban war B Bowline;Green.New York. IS So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.
Pearls should be
never damped.
there was a large market for Amerioan
should be to air much aspossible.
exposed as
machines in Cuba. It is oomputed that
must not be wetted STEAMSHIP LINE.
Turquoises MALLORY
500,000 machines can do the same
and are liable to change color. Opals amount of work as 7,000,000 sewers

must be kept from fire and heat, as a oan do by hand. New York Sun. Florida, New York,

high temperature renders them liable Philadelphia and Boston.
to split and fall from their setting. Your Danger Now From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, S. C.,)to New York. TKTBUKTWKKN WATtgsrsT
Coral be washed with and
may soap
PASSENGER SERVICE.To .p UTTol.1188a. ...New bmyraa.. .,.,,,
water. Jet must bb repaired by means Is from the overworked condition of the make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville fon lOttp .... Lake Helen .,
of jeweler's cement. Ivory may be Thursday at 8 00 p. mvia Fernandlna,oloae connection with ,l 0p 11% .Orange City.12IOpAr. .
liver and kidneys which are unable to Cumberland Route steamors at Fernandlna for Brunswick. 23u .. .. .. Orange city Junction "Inffip
washed and exposed to air aud sunlight expel impurities from the blood. This Supper will bo served immediately on leading Fernandlna. All trains between New Smyrna anifOrange City Juuutlon Dally exuept Sunday
to keep it a good white color. causes rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparllla Passengers go at onus on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick.

Steel jowelry must not be worn at has been wonderfully successful In ourIng KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

the seaside. It is extremely susceptible this disease. It neutralizes the acid

to damp, and easily rusts. To remove In the blood and permanently oures the PROPOSED SAILINGS _..T Vt* E"hJty Xi Ky West of the FloHda East Coast Steamship Company learn
and aohes and pains which other medicines Lr.New York,Pier 21 E.R.,8:Mp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick..Friday for Key oa Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for after arrival of train from Jacksonville
rust, buy n little croous powder making eonneatlons at KeyWest wlta st amsrs Havana. Loave Key Wsst (
. Deo.9
mix turpentine with it until it forms a fall to relieve. Hood's Sarsapaitlla is Friday Friday,,Doc.' 9 STAfBOr RIO ORAVDK IKXAS ... ...-.Friday,, In R Urns te ndm eoueot<*Ji.ni).?north, Tuesdays bound, ThurscUja train. and Satordavs, arrivtag Miami next moraUl
the best winter medicine because it puri RIO ORANDHS .... ., Friday, 23
fine paste. Bub this well on the steel Friday, 18...... ,
Then ties, cm lobes and vitalises the blood.It Friday ' STALE OF TEXAS ... ...Friday, 30 STt lmfuT'W""anw tha times at wklob trains and boats maybe expected to arrlvsasd
and allow it to dry remove ,
on. gives help just where help is needed.It For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, eto.,apply to any railroad agent or toA. :* ??. * *7"1 stations and porta, bnt their arrival or departure at the tlnn.
the powder by means of a brush and tones the stomach, stimulates the P. MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. *' rmtd'"SL0-**Company hold Itself reepoaelble for any dslay or aafaauseqaeanee

polish with a leather. If the rust has liver, and arouses and sustains the kid .H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent,Brunswick,Ga.C. For eepy of arising looal time oard oall. at OS Wee* Street address
Bay Jaekaonvllle. or
H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River, and 30.J Broadway,N,Y.
aten deeply in, apply a mixture ofripoli neys. It wards oft pneumonia, fevers, I.f. BECrWITH. Traffle Ms.agar. j. u. KAHNBH. A.O.P. A.

? with half its quantity of powdered bronohe ls, oolits, coughs and the grip.ACTIVK Sa, Aagastlna,

sulphur. Mix and apply with a

soft rag. Brush off and polish with a BOLICITOR9 WANTEH EVERY" Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad
for "The Story of the l'ltllinplnos.
dust of whiting. If almost hopelessly
by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Government
rnsty, soak the ornanient in as Official Historian to the War Depart
ment. The book waa written in army camps at
strong vinegar for few hours. Then Han Fran ilaon, on the Paoifta with General Mer
wipe it dry, rub it with sweet oil and rills, in the hospitals at Honolulu,in Hong Rons;, Tim* Table In Effect Deo. 10, 1808.Noa. mJSfU. Southern
in the Amerioan treuolies at Manila, In the Insurgent
powder and polish m ith crocus
emery oami>e with Airulnaldo, on the deck of
powder on aJeathcr.A the Olymnia with Dewey,and In the roar of the
battle at the fall of Manila. Ponansa for agents.
watch should be wound up everyday Brimful of original pictures taken by |[ vernment Railway;
at the same hour. Avoid putting iton photographers on lie spot. Large book.
Low prtoea. Bin profit". Freight paid. Credit
a marble slab or near anything excessively
given. Drop all traehy unofficial war hooks.nunt .
oold, as the sudden change of < free. Address, F.T. Jinrber, Beo'y,, Star

temperature, contracting the metal, Insurance Oldg., Chicago.Notice..

may sometimes cause the mainspring ifOST IXCELLEHT 8ERVI0B 0FFEEED OUT OF FLOBIDA.

to break. The cold coagulates the oil, .

and the pivots and wheels, working lest NORTH EAST WEST.TnnOTJOH .

freely, affeot the regularity of the time In the Circuit Court, in and for Brevard ,

keeper.To County, Florida:

remove a tight ring from the finger In Chancery. PULLMAN DHAWINO ROOK CABS, DININO CAB3iTHOROTJOHFABE

grouse or soap tho finger and then Aaron A. TWQrauw, COACHES. VESTIBULES TKAIN8."WASHINOTON .

gradually move the ring. If this fails, Norman 11. Johnstone V8. anil BUI to ForeoloaeMortgage.

pass a strong thread or thin twine betweuu his wife Kstber Johnatoueet. .

the ring and the finger by means al. 4IT AND'SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."
appearing by the affidavit of D.I..Oaulilen,
of a needle, if by no other way, and pull attorney for the complnlnant In thla caniHi, T.krln vsstlbnled DrawtnrRoom Sleeping Cars betwasa Tampa and New Terl,
the thread toward the hand. Then wind that the defendants, Norman R. Johnatoneanil Jaoksoavllle, bavaoaah and Columbia, without change."UNITED .
his wire Kather Johnatone, ara nonreatilents -
the other end of the thread tightly and of the Htate of Florida,anil are both over STATES FAST MAIL."

evenly round the finger toward the tip. the age of twanty-one years,anil that there la no .
person in the Htate of Florida service of a suli* Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville aud New Tor*
Next hold the other .end of the thread
poena upon whom would blntl the said defend*
by the band aud unwind the thread upward. ants,Norman It. Johnatone and Kather .lohn- Embracing; Lynchburz, Charlottesville.

By this means the ring will be atone Kather,and that Johnstone the aaid reside Norman at and K. Johnatoneanil thulr adIreaa Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphl*.

gradually passed along the finger over is Metallo Art Co., No. 1VJ llishnp street,
the tightly wound thread.Spain's Anileraton, Ulaagow,Kuglund, anaald alliant la nEiiM.P,2w1.aRoom! ; 'splsm Care to Maeon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and
Informed and believes. It Is therefore ordered elose eonaeolloa for LoalsvUle and the Northwest.Alo .
that the defendants, Norman R. Johnatone and for Brunswickarriving Brunswick T'43,It.20 a in and 8 IS
.30,33 and 34 make connection : p mrespectively.
be to
his wife Kather Johnatone,bill required of complaint appear on For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville .20 a. in., with through sleepers, arriving Throuxb Pullman Sleeping; Cars to
Merchant Nary.Spain' and answer oomplalnant'a mew Orleans T::40 a. nt. Only through sleeper liue. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans th"LAND
the Cincinnati Through
via Columbia and Asheville,
:40 ui.
warships are now almost an SIXTH DAT OF MARCH. A D 1B00, : p. SLEEPING CAR 8ERY1CE.Nos. %

unknown quautity,- but she still has arespoctablo or complainant said bill will be allowed be taken to as prooeed confessed ex-parte, and with the Sleeper.via S3 and Asheville.36 Fast Mall,Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the iCInolnnatl OP THE SKY."

merchant navy left. The said cause.It Noa.87 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection.with
list on Jan. 1 last was as follows. From la further ordered that thla order be published 8 and 13 and T and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
once each week for eight consecutive .30 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and amf t l !!! >aa M ** nx*% sohednles. slspin ear reservations, eto.. epptf'L.
it, to be exactly correct, should be deducted weeks in the I.iniAN Riven Advocatk, a nowsSaper Chattanooga. This is brought to Jacksonville by No.3J. These trains also handle the St. Louis aar ef the bouvaaaa Railw t er Its eoaaesUoaa.
tba Spanish merchant vessels published. al Tltuavtlle, llrevard county, (via Louisville)and the Kansas City (via Memphis) through sleepers between those cities and

uapw-wl by our warships: Witness the Hon. Minor 8. .Tones, Judge ofsuld Noa.29 and 30 handle through sleepers betwien Jacksonville and Cincinnati| No. 30 opens atipnu Fls.
191 iteumers. over 1,000 tons regis court, as well as the seal of said court, at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers. A, 8HI7MAV, Florida Pass. Aft.. 11J West Bay atrass. JacksonyUla.
the court bouse al TltusviUe, this December All bagirage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket J.M.0TJLP. w.A-Tuar a. h. habd wrot
ter. 17th. lft J.deoaaes office,202 Momn Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket office.T ,
107 steamers, BOO to 1,000 tons. A. a. stewart, A.SHIPMAN, A.G.P. A. F.C. WRIGKTjDIs. Pasa. Agt., Wl W Bay St.Av Wea. Pass. Agt., Osa Fass *I*a.AHast .
O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Waahiagtea.Bt Ok
86 steamers, 300 to 600 tons. [Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court.Citation. Agent.

83 steamers, 100 to 900 tons. May i, 180S.

83 steamers, 40 to 100 tons. FOR SALE. Home-Grown

These 053 steamers measured in all ...

409.230 tons. Besides these, there were next of kin of Joe Lemon, who died

1,1311 sailing vessels, the total measurement domiciled In Hrovard county, Florida,about PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS
(tot. leth, MM,and all others whom it may *
of whioh was 168,603 tons. In concern,are hereby notitted tbat six weeks after

the course of the year 1807 the number the Brat publication hereof, to-wln December Or tb following Varieties !
iMrd, A D imw, and their failure to apply for administration
of steamers increased by 18, but the on his estate, I will appoint Geo.N. .
tonnage decreased by over 63,000 tons, Hatch or some creditor of said estate of Joe Abbala, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth
administer his
til to
Lemon,or person
and the number of sailing ships became estate in Florida. Cayenne Pernamtmco and Red Spanish.

less by 834, of 83,700 register tons. t>. L. OACLDEN.TltusviUe ,
New York Sun. ,Fla., County Judge.Dee. Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS, Florida Flneappla Co.,
West Palm Beach Fla.
ISth,10*. SJdecSS ,

A.-* -**' "ajjt. ,

m liMiifiBfii


HOTELS All-thc-ycar-round. OitMOND.


ATLANTA HOTEL Genoral Wolseley who Is himself
FLA. Irishman
says that General Sir Her
st the Armory,'uvor
bert Kitchenrr ia county jail,
an Irishman, and fuemiay every
evening In tli
at 8
Open for o'clock.
Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.MRS. "tbe moat rising soldier In Europe." V. It. SlliWAKl', Captain.S. .

M. VANCE Tolstoi has given it out that ha will
Proprietor. P. 8.
C. K.
devote the refct of his life to combating
patriotism, which be Meets every Sunday eiening- 6.90 o'clock
thinks is one of at tliu J'ru8liyt rlai> cliurcti.INI .
MELROSE HALL the "dreadfulest evils" in tho world.

ORMOND, FLORIDA.On The Dnke of Edinburgh now Duke >Km.M>K\r OIU3EU <2001> TEMPLARS.

the Halifax Kivei, and one mile fiom the Son of Saxe-Cobnrg-Gotba is said to be ngroat Tirnaville Loiljre tf,,. 17 moots avrrv Tnt-sdav
palms and live oaks. ; situated in a grove of linguist. ovoniiiir T Ml In I"rei.l\torliin chiinli.
Inteiior furnished According to a foreign l'ublla
with nicotinics Hint
water. baths and heated hy hot 'liiuaitay In oaoli month.
in journal, he spouks
every respect. seven modem lan O. A. OAKUM It,
$3T Facilities O. W. SCOIHE,
for diivlng, boating and Ashing. Terms moderate. guages. hw't. c. T.

Address: SCOBIE A L1PPINCOTT.TITUSVILLK. Sir Henry Irving, who at ono tinio in

his professional career lived, or tried to, ciiunciiKS.E.'ISCOl'AL .
on $5 a week, has hud an inoome of

more than $70,000 a year for tho pdst CHURCH.

ten years.Mr. Services 2ml
anil Jill
IlfST 0E3IT7"E323 HOTE: Dearie, ft tallow chandler, living month very Biimlny, at 11 a at in.anil it.iu a.7MU >.Sundays tn. Humlio In arhool oaoh
at Epsom, England, saw Manielnke win J p. in. on Wclnomiii},, X-ltany I.veiling iintera* rs
the Derby In 1837 and hns never stuoo Friday at 10 a. in. nttrviti,overs
missed Archdonoon II. F. IlitowN, Kcrtor.1'REflItYTKIIlAN .
seeing the great annual event on
the English turf.
Miss Hastie, an Australian woniait,
FLORIDA.J. proposes to explore the Holoiuon islamH Sunday hi IiihiI every at HuMmtli It-la a.at ni 11,a.(m.nnil leu. W.r.'inp.m. \
the home of mint rravor meeting Himtilev
tbe fiercest CHiinirnlsknown. at 7.10. 'J ha iml.llu mi Wednesday eveulnic fm
Hitherto white mm* have been tend our aervloea. i-ordlnlly incited to at

G. BAST, able to penetrate only a few miles In Kev. 1.1JIOWAHJ), Pastor.JUA1TMT .

HOTEL ARAGOH. ATLANTA, GA. Manager. land.Dr.
. The Palace Hotel of the E. J. Hopkins, "the father of CHURCH.Preachingevery .

American and European plans. We cordially Invite the South. English organists," is in many wayB a mnrnlni; and evening.secund and fourth Sundays
Business patronage of the best Open all the I'rujer lleetinuM e ery
Commercial, and Touilst travel. Contrally looitted Year. remarkable man. Dr. Hopkins' fingers VVodnuadny evenlni; at 7 IK) o'olm k.
from Union deoot, at highest only thiee blocks Bohool every 8uiiilu> at 0 40 rHuuIay
point in city and away from all have not lost their cunning, though inconstant drat mindav a. m. Alan nrearniiiir -
dirt at IjiU
and All
from trams. Every modern smoke range. aie
improvement luvlted cordially
known to
to over the attend.
science. sway keyboard for 53
hotel in the South. Cuisine unexcelled Only a few
by any Free Bus meets all trains. minutes K. N. llF.LI.,
years.Prinoe 1'jiBtor.
$J.50 to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.(10( to *3.0<) per dav.Kates, American plan, tions walk from Railway sta
and Ferdinand
steamboat land of Bulgaria ia little
GEO; W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. ings.On renowned for anything save his hngecol METHODIST CHURCH.Repular .

tbe banks of the lection of dressing gowns. He has a Sundays at servloea 11 a. every Brut, third and fourth
far-famed Indian River.ltOCKLKDGK. perfect mania for this kind of every Hunilav 7 IKI p. in. Humlny
The Holland ATLANTA, GA. useful Umtfiie eai'li nt 10 mi a. m. Kpworth

; =F garment and has paid as inuoh as 100 ."..(Tevery....... .Tliunidav.. Sunday at nluhtat 3 .HI p. 7 m.00 o't J-rnjer lock.ineefrtolHMil Tue>
27-29 Auburn Avenue. guineas for an embroidered robe made HCetv| ,octM .very wedneedayKverj -
8 (H)
p 111aervlne
up for him in Paris. *. body welcnmu at our eburchiRev.

Two Blocks from Union depot.Mrs. All Modern Conveniences. During the month of December will Prince Morltz of Saxe-Al ten burg is A. D. TKNNKY, Pastor.at .
aid to be the most blase man iu Europe.

F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, be conducted in family style. Opened He is about 67 years of age, but CATHOLIC CHURCH.ftorvlciM .
New Rockledge regularly enjoys tbe host of health. He is at 10 ,
January a
Rates, $1.00 to $1.60 per day. Phone 1029. Hotel Horses, boats for Ashing 2nd. and Shell Daimler toads, however, to lie in bed weeks report'ed at a oateohlam Cliuroh building at S p., Nnrtli in. every lituavllls.Randav ChllUieu'ia, In new

time merely because there is in.KKV..
"toothing J.r, 0'ItOT ,Rector.fllUNICIPAt. .
MACON, OA. ; all for use of guests. Rates, worth getting up for."

On $2.60 and $3 per day. Special weekly Despite the lack of personal liking on .
Indian Hivcr. rates until January 15th. the part of tbe Prinoe of Wales toward

EDGERTON HOUSE M\ACON, GA. booklet, Send for the German emperor the prince's voice TOWN COUNCIL.Mnyort .
n. P.
Next to. "Brown'House." SHARES, Proprietor, is the exact counterpart of his bump Dixon, Adhemar It, Jlradyi aldermen 1 .Tno. M".
Rockledge, Flu. tious young relative's. Iu fact, all of JuneK.JV.. I,. Kni.x.Wnmlt.Jlrndy WalKer, Minor H.
Facing the passenger station, and Queen Victoria's children speak witU elerkand troamireri;O.ancniBori H. Sidiuyler.lehn Henry:

cars pass the door. Choioe rooms from convenient 60c. to $1.to Restaurant all parts of convenient.the city. Street WEST PALM BEACH.JACKSONVILLE. more or less of a Gorman accent. and ineeta col Urst lector Tuesilay 1 M. H.In.rimes each month., Jr Tbe; marahat vouncli

Address Edgerton Ilouse Jerry Rusk says that when an Ohio
4th St.
Macon, Ga. congressman went to Phil Sheridan' HOARD OF TRADK.

father to look over a boy fur West Point Meets eery sennnrl M edneaday
Seminole Hotel he was Inclined month at S:00: o'clock In nlghtMn each)
to favor another brother. Jinl e M. H. .Iniiea. rooiua over poRtnfrloe.
The father saidl "Don't take him. Hn truUKureri J. O. Iiaet, ) Wiu.'M. lirown.
is fall of peaao. Tako Phil, he Is full
OPEN ALL THE TEAR. of fight. He fights all of the boys about COUNTY
The Travelers'FELIX Rflfpl New here." OFFICERS.
. This hotel Is substantially built of brick The length of Mr., Gladstone's polit SCHOOL HOARD.
Management. the and baa every convenience. ical sorvioe can be measured J. M.
railway depot Flee'buss to and from to by tho Dlxnti, Tltimvlllei R. N.
GARCIA with trains. Boats attached to iact that ho Couoa) 8. *. Olblie Andrews
the ,
Propiietor, JACKSONVILLE Ashing tackle on board for the use of guests. hotel, entered parliament at n Melbourne.
FLA.Eleotrio upwards; special rates by the week or month. from $2.00 per day and time when Andrew Jackson was presi

Lights, Electrio dent of tbe United Htatet and retired COUNTY
Bells, Baths, Complete Service. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. COMMISSIONERS.Bharpe. .
from it when Mr. Cleveland had
began W. II, .
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. his second term. Ho held his first cab Mendel, I.adrmiire flhariiea J. H., Walker chairman, llturfvllfet| Joseph
W Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to inet office when Duuiel Webster was .Ino.Keirulnr Hountnn aesalou, Kan Oalllai.T.N Waller. Ankon*;
stop at the Travelers. *are held flrat Monday
also each
flistaorvlng in a like capacity here. month.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.On Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA. L.Minor(laiibleii.8. Jones Tltimvllle, elreuft 1".
cloxton wU, luaka aaother tonr lluldHiiiltli, Tltimvllle Tltuityllie, ,i county Jiproaemitlni liret M..

your way South stop at Roseland. Three Best $2.00 por day house In the city. Special with "The Two Orphans." A. A.Htewart. Tltuaville, clerk circuit; aitorneyi ooertl
acres beautiful rates the Cocoa
by ,
lawn week. tax
alleys, tennis bowling aaaeaaor) H. W.
court, croquet Albert Chevalier Js said Hall.
grounds and other O. P. HUNTINGTON to be going lx onllerttort John HenryTltuavill
amusements. .
wen to be appreciated. If Roseland must be to venture as a dramatia star. treanurcri j. II. Hants, Conrtenay, auperlnteailent *
you come to Floilda publfo -
Gem of this winter, call and see Proprietor, Instruction | J. o. iTrlee.Tltuavllle.
Jacksonville. Loon ted on St. John's River. Take us. The Theatrical companies ia Mexico must county surveyor)J.P.Jlrown.Tltusvllla, sheriff!
lent rates, $2.00 per dy; Special weekly car at station. Tran- play everything they advertise or pay
Mbs. A. M. The Bee Em Dry Goods and fine.
VanIIAAFTEN, Manager. Millinery Store Miss Katbryn Kidder is the loading Homcepalliic
lady in the
HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Is one of the Best and Cheapest Honses In Jacksonville*... pany. Juines-Kidder-Warde com

Opposite St. James Hotel. Madeleine Luootte Byley Is finishing

? T Dent, l2 aU pr t8 of the ct*' commodious LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING a play for Rolaud Keed and another for Dyspepsia Powders.
nomelike, and special efforts rooms, comfortable and GOODS w
sonville.ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give give the all Oxford who stop trial at the Oxford a pleas Silk Waists and Skirts of all description kept in stook and made to 1 1fc Anna Held Is said to have begun her Cures
when in order.
Jack first-class line of Gents' Furnishing Goods and a new line of A stage career in one of the Vlddisb thea Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Emo

MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr.ST. from. Tou will find our Prices Iilght,
Write us, or when in town give us a call, and you will be promptly pleased. attended to. Isabella Coe baa permanently retired Skin, Liver Troubles, Palpitation

AUGUSTINE.Kates from the sta e. She la the wife of of the Hei *t, etc.DinKcrioNs .
Address J. WEISS, Proprietor Frank MoKee, Charles H.

21 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ner."The : A powder before meals
.Algonquin Hotel. Last of His Tribe," a drama and at bedtime.
.. by Olive Gates and Jeromo II. Eddy,
will bo prodaoed la .New York this
King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE winter.
HOMESEEKERS Twenty Powders, 25 cents. /
Refitted, newly furnished and under News comes from Melbourne that the
new management. Centrally located once fanions oomlo opera artiste
near all points of
Large sample goldene, is a society
room for use of traveling Who are Peeking a Home In the reporter on m newspaper -
men. Over South there.
should send
to tbe
looking Plaza undersigned for SAMUEL EDEN. M.
and Monuments. A full copy of tbeFlorida a D.,
view of tbe ocean and rolling breakeis Madeline Marshall, called "the Dres
from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electrio den Doll," on account of her blond beau BROOKLYN, N. Y,
bells and a perfect system of sewerage. ty, bine eyes and fair complexion, will 1340 Bushwlck Avenue.GOIIVG .

Open all: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week.1 East Coast Homeseeker.We be the star iu Edgar Seldeu's farce com *

year. C. F. COX, Proprietor. edy, "A Spring Chicken." rf


Backiiigbam, ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.Wm. have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and tor It is a man's own fanlt.il %
P. Kbnney, Manager. Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the is from LINEN NETTING. V
healthiest *
in tli* United want of
States. nse, if his mind grows torpid ...
Apply in old age. <
E. Seeing Scotland is only seeing a worse
Ernest L. Caswell Lan4 Commissioner
Manager. England. It is seeing the flower grad
ually fade away to the naked stalk.It .
m Hotel HiMscns PALM BEACH, FLA. FLORIDA CAST COAST B'T, is more from carelessness about

Leon H. Cillet, Mg'r.GEO. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA, truth than from Intentional lying that FISHING TACKLE,

C. HOWE, Proprietor.ST. there is so much falsehood in the world.
In a caso whiob admits of Superior quality Linen 0111 Netting
The NOKTH ? try to think on the side which doubtwe is for made from Knox's Scotch thread.

St. George AUGUSTINE, FLA.Mrs. our interest and generally bring our Samples and estimates cheerfully furn
TRAVEL selves to aot ished. Corks, Leads, Lines
C. D. Ttler, Owner And Mg'r. YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." accordingly.As etc
it is said of the greatest liar that J. S. JOHNSON A CO.,

Corner of the Plaza and St he tells mora trnth than falsehood, so Manufacturers,
trlctly first-class In George Street In the very cenUi of th city. Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.FALiATKA. it may be said of the .worst man that 121 South St, BALTIMORE, MD.
"Peclal weekly and respect Kates: $2.50 per day and upward ha does more good than evil.It .
season rates. Suwanee River Route. is wonderful that
5,000"years have
now elapsed since the creation of the ..I BOY OR SELL...

The Georgia Southern A Florida Railway comprises part of the Tlfton Route, or world not and there still has it is undecided whether Confederate Money Bonds A
and Is tbe most direct ever been an instance
teham route to all points North, East and West, and operates the of tbe spirit of ,
finest rullmaa Buffet sleepers; double dally Jacksonville after any person appearing POSTAGE
Hotel to Nashville via Macon, death. All argument is STAMPS,
PALATEA, 9LORIDA. Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous frulf belt of Georgia, (and the it, but all belief is fjr itNo Largest stock In the world. Address
Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. wise
y man will go to live in the CHAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta Ga.
round fk HoteI ,n townElectrio lights and bells. Open the For farther information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations etc. country unless ha has something to do
: "trc
oEce which
. y firstclass..w write or call on can be better done in the coun

per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families.mbs. HUGH IT. RICHARDSON J, Gen. Agt try. For instance, if he is to shut him WANTKr thin-8EVEJtA atata to t minafre TRCBTWORTrTT oor buaimwa Par
self up for to In thalr own anil
year study science it is noarby oonntlna. It la nialnlr
M. L. 7 Hogan St. ofltoa
BABNHABT Jacksonville. work
better look oomluoted at hrnna,
Wm. CIIECXLEY out Halarjr
SHAW to the fields Suoo straight
O. A. MACDONALD, than to a jraar and axn naa daflnlto, bonaflda,
Proprietress. Vice-President Macon an opposite wall. man, no laaa n
Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt Samuel Johnson. Knolnae Miraddreaaeri'salary. Monthly (78. Rafaranoaa.
bars si.Haas, ITasl.,Want,ai, ChMiago envalopa, Hen.

.lA s*.




New Year's ptesents. Some of our merchants how Chrismas .was observed In their ST77" ce3i=3o:
who did not patronize their home towns: ROBBINS & GRAHAM j.

papers would have done a much better STUART. (Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)
business and added to
their exchequer, had they advertised what Christmas has come, and gone and all FRUITS and VEGETABLES
they had for sale, for we have received soemed to have had a good time that ..TjaTcyors. Kinds
Is, I suppose they call it such, though
several letters from correspondents and
others, saying they would have oome toTltusvllle we differ. Most of our people were WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage Solicited.
found the Christmas service and
at ,
to purchase goods, had they -
this service credit to .
was a our people.Tbe
been sure the stores had the things they UNITED STATES
noeded. programme consisted of four -anthems

Asso'lon.I'umoun The various church Sunday sohools by the choir, and songs by tbe
The Ankuser-Bascti
Brewing .
little with recitations by the wee
had their usual Christmas trees and entertainments ABSTRACTS of Title Famished
ones; also a reading by Mrs. F. W. Miller
St. Lou in Keg and Bottled Beer.flol.l which made glad the
hearts of the little ones aye, and big ; recitation by Miss Fanny Parks, and lands in Brevard and Dade Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
by Mess. LomIov & Motlnw, Tltuiivllle, Fla.ly and short of them an address by Mrs. Dr. Haney. Santa Frail
too account
ones a
Mr, ,1. l>. Crabh,Cwuiu, Kla.lty ; the from
Mr. W. J.Tucker, Kurt Pleroe, Fla. may not be out of plaoe. The first Claus dispensed presents avery Counties.We And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Ilay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
handsome tree in a pleasing man .
Christmas tree was Food and Wheat. Wo are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively |
...JOSEPH ZAPF... THE EPISCOPAL. ner. After In a general a "good visit.GEORGIAN night". song, all indulged the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage.B

The children of St. Gabriel's Sunday have a large List Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO., Tltusvllle, Fla.
Wholesale Beer and Liquors. school celebrated their Christmas festival A. '

Friday evening, at the opera house. The Christmas tree at the church was of Lands owned by
Went Street Long' before the appointed time the said to be the best one we have ever
Buy house was filled to overflowing with had. All tbe little folks did their parts and clients. & Motlow <
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. parents, babies, children, visitors from a exceedingly well, and were well pleased ourselves Losley < ,
distance and friends, who had oome to with their presents, especially some of
participate in the children's gladness. the boys. One of them got four pocketknives Price for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, RXNAKER A CO.)
HENRY R. THOMAS J Promptly at seven o'clock, Miss AlineEgger two others got three apiece.

presided at the piano, and the Every boy got a nice four-bladed; pearl lands $3 to $100 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies
LA YILLA PHARMACY school sang "Stars all Bright are Beaming bandied knife; the little "wee" fellows ,
.. ;" after which Archdeacon 'B. F. got balls and tops. Tbe larger girls per acre.WE vr- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.A .

Brown, the rector, gave an appropriate each received a handsome book, the
Keeps all Kinds of and pleasing talk, followed by prayer. smaller girls a lovely dressed doll much First-class Line of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables.

Pare Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles. The reading of "A Christmas Ballad," to their delight have a few Residence, Orange Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Promp't and careful attention given to mall

by Mrs. A. W. Sweet, was' well received. MIAMI. ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusvllle,Fla,
Prices to suit. The school then sang a carol, "Ilark Christmas services were held In all Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable

801 Adams St., cor. Madison, Those Ileavenly Voices." the churches at this place,all tbe pastors locations. Prices Reasonable.
The audience was greatly amused by areoitation preaching sermons appropriate to tbeocoasion. James Pbitchabd, President; W, M. Bbown, Vice-Presidents
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.JFancy "What we Want Tonight, The late hours kept by many C. S Schuyler, Cashier.
given, with accompanying gestures, by
on Christmas eve made the congregations TITUSVILLE
the following little tots from the infant rather small In the morning. The Offices : and MIAMI.MEAR&.

Pineapple Slips & Suckers class: Mark Brown, Carlos Curtlss, usual number were present on Sunday INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
for Sale.Abbakas Annie Swanson, Helen Wilson, Mabel night. At the Presbyterian church a
Reynolds, Ryals Wager, and Fannie song ssrvlce was held. The singing consisted TAYLOR ,
Egyptian Queen, Golden Budge.A drama In one act, "The Day Before by the of congregation.duets, quartettes This, little and singing church (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Christmas," wan presented by the following celebrated Christmas with songs. At Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Authorized capital, $100,000
Bed Spanish. Apply toMadoock cast of characters: Santa Claus,
the First Methodist church there was a
A Matthams, Wm. M. Brown: Katrina (his wife), Mrs.A. union service of the senior and junior up capital, $25,000

"Palm Beach Pinery," W. Sweet; Alice in Wonderland;, Miss leagues, which was very interesting. At Average deposits, $160,000
West Palm Beach, ria. Louise Brown; Chief Candy Maker, Master the other churches tbe usual services

Mark Brown; Chief Doll" Maker, Edith were held by the pastors.DAYTONA.. Eau Gillie, Fla. Transacts a General Banking
Fulke; Chief Toy Maker, Master KufusRobblns
For Sale, ; Fairies, Twelve little girls; .
Brownies, Twelve little boys. The -clerk of the weather disgraced Business.

Ton thousand aores Turpentine Land, The talented and clover acting of Mrs. himself last Sunday. It was about as
In St. John's county, neur transportation. Sweet and Mr. Brown called forth continuous poor a Christmas day as we ever put MILLINERY- Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe RierExohange
applause from the appreciative through. Tbe entertainments at the
Sixteen Thousand aores In one body, audience; while the' picturesque costumes Churches were postponed, though the sold on all foreign Countries.

near Tltusvllle, on Indian Itlver, well and quaint little figures presented regular morning services were held. In and DRESSMAKING.
timbered. a fairy-like scene.At the houses the day was duly honored. DIRECTORS:
the oonoluslon of the the eleotrlo jAe.P rTOHABDW.B.BABNKTTPre ld ntuf
CODIITI NO BUCKMAN, play The Congregatlpnalists will have their
the National Bank ot Jacksonville), J.HDctbhsb
22, Ilogan street, lights were turned oil while there Xmas tree ready for the young folks on (Vice-President National Bank 1
Jacksonville, Fla. was a shifting of scenes, and the next Friday evening. Jacksonville), and W. M. Mown,
scene was a surprise to the little folks .CORBK8POWDEKT8.
a beautiful tree stood revealed In a Hood X.A OBANOE.On Seaboard National Bank of New York and
Birds mid. Animals Mounted Imson light. At a signal from the Christmas eve, the good people ofLa National Bank of Jacksonville. 20A
piano, the school gathered around and Grange and vioinlty assembled at tbechurob
sang joyously that beautiful carol In commemoration of the birth
In the Address R. C.Sarlmgeour .
beststyle. "Gather Around the Christmas Tree." of our Saviour. Notwithstanding the
taxidermist* Washington The gifts were then distributed. Every Inclement weather, the church was well
avenue (corner of Main street), Tltusvllle filled. After brief service Santa
branch bore a token of love, and happy a ,
Fla.INDIAN. were the exolamations as each gift found Claus Tom noticing tbe anxiety and
Its owner. Santa and the Fairies had joyous expectation on the faces of the

done their work well, and all hearts rejoiced ohildren, fiom 1 to 7 years of age, as to SHARP REMINDER
RIVER STEAMERS.Chung as they wended their way home what Santa had brought them proceeded
in the light of a glorious moon. with the aid of several members, That Christmas la almost upon us, win

of Schednle of I. It. B. B. I.N. Ere closing we may remark that to Mr. to distribute the vailous gifts. To say be the fine display of Holiday Goods that
and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, Mrs. B. F. that our Santa could do this without
Co. Brown, Miss Ida K. Bates, Miss AlineEgger having some fun, would be entirely out we are showing In Shaving Sets, Tool
On and after Monday, Jan. a, 1809, Mrs. R. W. Rhodes, Mrs. Curtlss, of the question; and we did have fun. Chests for mechanics, and toy tool chests
the steamer Sebastian, In command ofCapt. Mrs. A. W. Sweet and Mrs. W. B. Waddell Many of the presents and there were Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction for the boys, Cups, Saucers and FanoyJAS.
Houston will leave .
Frank Tltusvllle Guaranteed.Mrs.

is due much credit for the manner twelve or thirteen hundred of them and
stock Is
Our complete,
Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:00fi. Crockery.
In which the entertainment was gotten were really handsome, and somo were
Helen W.
m., for St. Luole 'river landings and up and brought to so successful an issue.Tliev Reynolds, can And Christmas gifts galore-:

ntermediata points, returning to Titusvllle all worked like Trojans, and the [Continued on Fourth Page.] Tltusvllle, Fla.LIT1IIA useful aud will be appreciated by tlcipient.
Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving result must eejrtalnly have been very .
f liere about noon. gratifying to them.
Steamer St. In command
Augustine, SPRINGS, OA.
of Cant. Oeo. J. Meroler, leaves Tltusvllle BAPTIST CIIUBCR.,

Tuesdays and Thursdays, returning The Baptist church Sunday school
Thursdays and Saturdays. had their usual Christmas tree on Monday
The Sweetwater Park Hotel LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA.
evening. It was loaded with gifts & SON
for young and old. Rev. E. M. Bell JI\ITCHARD ,
CHRISTMAS ALONG THE opened the service with prayer and a Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A *

EAST .COAST. short talk, and was followed by Mr. J, commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electrlo lights. Cuisine Tit-uisxriXXo JTXet.
R. Walker. The church was crowded, unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Llthla Spring, and Its healthproducingbaths. ,
and many went away with happy hearts Magntdoent bath house In connection with hotel and under the same
How Was Observed Oar InTltusvllle
It By IeopI and wreaths of smiles on their countenances roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electrlo and needle baths. Write for Illustrated
and Other Towns. after the distribution of so many booklet. JAMES E. HICKEY, Proprietor,

Christmas day In Tltusvllle dawned presents. Llthla Springs, Ga. and
upon us In a very gloomy manner, and PUK8DVTKKIAN CBURCH.'The Carpets Mattings Rugs
It rained nearly the whole day, making Christmas tree and exercises at ,
It almost to out without
Impossible go the Presbyterian church, Tltusvllle, were

Christmas discomfort.days It was we Lave one of seen the In worst some every largely available attended seat last being Saturday In use.night The, A HAPPY HOME ATCHRISTMAS. THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES; .

years, making It anything but a typical church was beautifully decorated

Florida day. Services were held in the throughout, and the fine tree gayly Fall Patterns are now being received.
various churches In town, but the attendance
decorated with and ribbons- other
presents Or at any season of the year, Is a
was rather meager. The was one of the great centres of attraction boon to every one, and we are selling lumber
churches, as usual, were all nicely decorated both to young and old. Much credit la at suoh pi Ices as will enable the roan of Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty.H. .
for the ocoasion, and It was unfortunate due those who took the work of decorating moderate means to hang up hla stocking
to have so wet a day, as It the churoli in hand for It the
was under his own chimney by next year. E. CLARK,
precluded many from attending the best decorated ediiloe in town. The exercises Builders and contractors will find our prlcos
Christmas services. Monday, however, through In 38 West Bay St.,
were-gone a manner for Lumber and Shingles very low, and of
made up for the preceding day (Sunday), which drew, forth very favorable remarks the best quality, inducements that are beyond Jackson/Hie, Fla,
for it turned out bright and pleasant, from several sitting In the vloinityof competition.BUILDERS'.
although rather windy. The Advooatk the Advocatk and we regret
office, bank and postofflce closed all Monday spaoe will not reporter allow us to enter Into details SUPPLY CO.,
while many of-our stores gave their more fully, and give"honor where St. Augustine, Fla. ESTABLISHED 187S.
employes part of a holiday. Several of honor is due." "We, however, give the

our townspeople went hunting, Ashing programme In full, which is as follows: <2C CO.FERTILIZERS..
and sailing; while about a dozen fantastloallyattired -
Anthem The Lord I* Come, Choir
boys on horseback paraded Invocation By tbe PsntorKoultationAreetlno
the streets In the morning, causing a ;to All, Karl Schuyler GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND .
deal of amusement. The small boy, as Son* star Divine Seleotlnn, By Juvenile By the tjiiartette gohoolImitrumental Insecticides and Powder Guns.METHODIST. ,

usual, was in evidence with fire-crackers, flan* ajtereixe Merry Cbrirttnaa Day, Quartette fl East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
and they appeared to be having a good Recitation Harry's Chrlntmae Meaase; handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A oomplete stock of Bay.

time. A dauoe at the Opera house followed c Ring the Belle of Christmas Christine, Norwood8on School Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright ana
on Monday and Thursday nights, Recitation Katies' Want*, Bailie DuronUialoirue Read the following from Mr. Brown-so; well known on the East Coast : dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

and they were well attended and enjoyed.In Wlahea, Theo and Fannie Wither "Hypolwxo, Fla., Nov. 18, 1808. Star Brand rertlllMrs-Ouaranteed Analysis, Oranfre tree anil Vegetable Fertiliser PoreOroond
anil Marv
the afternoon bicycle races were Phillips ' Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of fertllliers nave no
Instrumental((election Ry Juvenile Quartette MR. C. R. TYSEN, Sulphate Fotanta, Kalnit, eto. These
held, which tended to bring quite a large Kong Olury to Ood. school "Jacksonville Fla : superior In tbe market, and a trial will convince. Bend for Catalogue free.
number of peoplo on the streets. Claa. Kxerujae Voice of the Clock. ,
The bicycle races terminated as follows Recitation JLIfe'sChrlstiuaaUI'U Merle KcobteAdilrww "Dear Sir: I have been using the Laurel Green J got from yoU this season
: by The Paator on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal it* There Is not a worm
Recitation Christinas Eve, Sadie liureu and
One mile open: First prize, stick pin, Virginia Farmer to bo seen. Put on with a powder gun. I And land plaster Is nut required. It is
value, <2.50, Ernest Vanlandingham; Bong Sleigh Bells, School acting well on tomatoes and eggplants. J. BROWN."
the Brownies, M rle ttcobie (Successor to B. Hlrsch.
2nd prize, pocket knife, value, 75c, A. B. Calling Write to me (Clias. R. Tytren, Jacksonville) for pamphlets and.quotations. )
Brown; 3rd prize, rubber neck pin, value, / WHOLESALE

So, George Faber. The Sunday school exercises and
Three mile open: First prize, watch, Chilstmas tree in connection with the FRUITS
value, $3.50, Ernest VanU* linghnm; held AND PR0DDCE<
above chnr bIn, Tltusvllle was on
and prize, 1 quart "old crow" whiskey, Monday evening. The tree was made Chance of Life Time !
value, $1.50, Arthur Brown; 8rd prize, very attractive by tbe varl-colored rlb- a
1 bicycle hose value 50c Sam Pec
pair ,
o? bons and presents hanging from Its
kins. branches. The. attendance ot people Fish
200 yard dash: First prize 1 box bonbons Oysters and Game.
was large and they much enjoyed
value, 0o( Ernest Vanlandingham; the exercises very which were very creditable 'A magniflcent property will be sold at a. ,
2nd prize, 1 box writing paper, value, .. .. ...
Indeed. Space does not permit of our
-40o, Arthur Brown; 3rd prise, consolation mentioning at length this interesting 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.

.1 toy train, value, 15c, FentressDavis. feature of the evening, but we give below REFER TO: The Commercial Ageneles, tbe Capital City Bank,
the in full, which was Paper Co., Atlanta, Oa. The
Three mile lap Frst l box programme ; National Bank, A Kaiser A Bro., BrunsiOockenhimer
: prlze as follows: Song, "Christmas Bell,'' A Sons, Herman A Kayton, Eokman A Vetsburg, SavA.
igara, value, $1.00, Arthur Brown; 2nd choir; Prayer, by the pastor, Rev. A. D. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.
1 value
prize Perkins., pocket knife, 85c, Sum Penney; Reoitation, "Ntfbody'a Child."

Five mile First 1 Herbert Vanlandingham; Song,."Hark, About eight acres of Gcove in as fine condition as Indian River
on "
open: prize, pair tbe Songs," cboir Recitation, "Two any containing
blcyole shoes, value, #J.50, Ernest Vanlandlogham Little Stockings," Miss Binoche Bauk- a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
: 2nd prize, 1 foot pump, *
night; Song, "Choral Chimes, choir; In Brevard County. .
value, 75c, Trez Wilson; 3rd prize, 1 pair "
cuff buttons, value, $1.25, Fentress Williams Recital Ion;, "Help Reading one, "Our Another Christmas, Sidney Situated about mid-way between Itockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to tbe Bicyclists will find it aNo
Davis.Tltusvllle. Churches Stores etc ot both.
Turkey, Mrs. A. Brady; Song, "Gloryto *
merchants did a large holiday God," choir. This was followed bytbe For further particulars, apply to The most useful and salable Invention out. bat plus required for bu
trade this Christmas all
people Iron) bonnets.
distribution of the presents for WALTER GOODYEAR.

purchase actions of their Indian Christmas River coming boxes here and to young and old from the Christmas,tree. ." t Dep*. A., 3 to 7 W, 20th, 8C, nlaraand Great Inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send tor par"'

Coast send us the following reports of Our correspondents along the East ,New York, NY.. jy Prompt clrcoirrs.attention Address given., "I. fl. F, No.7008onth Pryor St.Atlanta, Ga.

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