Title: Indian River advocate
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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 24, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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: VID00217
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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ERR.Y Christmas!
Merry Christmas
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V aJ'fls S Slngeth through
w 1v tne crowded
street.' HE Old Tear Is nomore.
How It rings up from-the pavement > Let us
Trod by eager, busy feetf bury our dead:
Each to each the bright contagion Let us dig deep
Passes, as they swiftly move; and bury him low,
Arms so full of precious bundles) Then cover lilm.up with a mantle b
Hearts so full of happy lovel love
As and as soft as the snow.We'll .
pure
Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! 0
$ Oayly peal the festive bells; remember the good things he .
-, Swiftly back the echo flashing, ?** brought day by day,
All tho earth with music swells! The Ufa and the IIrelit and the cheer:
Little snow bird's, hopping blithely, The blessings so common, we heeded
Chirp In ecstasy of joy, them not,
Chattering Dancing from with whirling the frosty snowflakea sky. // The friendships so true and ao dear,

We will blot the gloom and the
Merry Christmas! Morry Christmas!
Shout the evergreen and plncl
And, replying, sing tholr comrades ;
Now bedecked In splendor line,
With tho toys all ranged about them,
Gay with lights, they honored'areAs
a depot for dear Santa.
And his heavy-laden car,

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas!
Turkeys limply hang on high.
Full of goodness, plump and ripened
To be oaten by and by!
All the grocers shop* are groaning,
All the ovens full of ple ;
And the dear time-honored pudding
Soon our hunger satisfies!

Oh, this dear old Merry Christmas! *- >>
Was there ever such a time!
Gladdest poets oft despairing
Fall to give thee fitting rhyme.
Better speak these merry children.
Romping, rushing through the hall,
"Mcrry,> Merry, Merry ChrlsAmas,
TJnto you, and unto all!"
Mary Olive Emmons, la Boston
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HOW TO WAKE A GIFT.


The Wife of a New York Man

Knew the Way to Do It.A .

certain New Yorker, whose income
permits the gratification of his
generous impulses, wanted to send a
substantial gift to an old friend, a
clergyman] whose small parish in a
distant community Vouchsafed him
mora of love and reverence than salary '
says tho New York Times. "Iam i
coins to send B - $100," the New
Yorker announced to his wife one day
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in December."Are i
you?" she said. "I'm glad."
Then after a minute she asked. "How ,
will you end it?"
"By check, of course," was the reply.
"How else could I?"
But the wife demurred. "It seems
iv little too too sordid, doesn't it, for
a man like Mr.. BLet me manage
may I?" and the husband con
sented.On .
Christmas morning a registered
express package was delivered at tho
little western parsonage to Mrs.B ) '
Sho opened it wonderingly and found
a little flat bos. Going further, a mat V&v
of silk paper was removed and ft
dainty booklet of Christmas remembrance
was disclosed. This was taken
out and admired and the card beneath
it read for the givers. Something still

showed under a second mat of paper, ,
and, when that had been put aside,
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there, fitted neatly in the bottom oftho
box, were fire tiny silken bags,
each tied close with a little bow ofribbon.
Each contained n $20 gold
piece. This was tha wife of the New
Yorker's delicate way of eliminating
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forceful acquisition. Of paopla and of nation, The saint whan northward flytnc
Our food old patron Santa Claus .St.Nick win brine With a* many admirers a* Ha*now a wider mission; Relief from tribulation! A beast whose ways are trying:
you have, it moat have been a rather Ts tropic Mas ha saw mast so. 'His pack which bears to our owe ananas But safahj throues the hidden paths To high
expensive Cbrietmae for you. Which anew has saver whitened Good thtacs m ralleat maasureWIB Of tropic forest fancies
Penelope Ob, not at all. I merely Where children of tha soil exist bear to Iheas new lands of oars The lowly burden bearer ptoes. HIS
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Christmas time
last year
So m a ny friends
that now are
o n e werelerc
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& & Bo many hopes
were glowing
j-- ' then unspoken,
p Bo many faiths were
HROUQII t h strong that now Ho broken,
solemn midnight And loving hearts thai trusted with-
ring but lean
ing, -: At Christmas time last year.At .
Falls tho sweet,
t r lumphant Christmas' time this year
singing So many of us find the world a drear
Of the. Choir ofGod. And barren desert wherein blooms ni
1 no rose,
Hear tha message mountain
With peaks surrounding It.
they
whose snows
are bringing,' Have chilled our hearts, and turnedlife's
Hear the answerlng -
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foliage sere,
songUinaprlnglng At Christmas time tilts year,

From sod.the echoing At Christmas time next year,
Who knows what changing fortunes

Blessed voice of doc]'* own angels, Take may courage be near-, then! For night shall
Echoing word of Ills evangels, turn to day, _
Hark! they fall again. skies the cloud
From < brightening *
Balms (or..wounds and peace for anguish must roll away.
And faith and hope and'love, shall all
Rest for souls that toll and languish, bo here.At .
Peace, good will .to men. Christmas tlmo nextyear.
M. Winslow, In Woman'sJournal.
Helen
From the sad earth's stricken places .
Lift the tear-worn, furrowed faces;
Christ the Lord1 is born.
Born to bear our cross and sadneas; '
Born to change our gloom lo gladness! Lost Opportunity.
f Bring-our night to morn.

Ills the giving and forgiving/ ,
Bitter dying, anguished living, /AWe
I. Cross and pain and smart.
Tils the bearing' and forbearing.
Ours the blessing1 and the sharing1Of
His gracious heart.

Soft the music grows and tender,
Loving hearts, what can ye render
To the Christ, your KlngT
Praising voices fall and falter.
What that's worthytof Ills altar
Can His children bring? 6-
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George, ain't'these stood beneath the mistletoe,
little toy Her hand I clasped In mine,
Her red lips pouLcd tcmptl.icly,,
kitchens
tin just Her breath was owcot as wine;
cute? Do you see O, rapture! then, O bitterness!
how nice they're I knew net what to do.
For I was barely Ave feet high
fixed ?
up questioned And she was six feet two!
Mrs. Town Topics.
Brown, unxiously.iepcatedly -

tugging Christmas Carols. .
ut the brown, threadbare sleeve
at her side. "There's u stovo and kittles It takes Santa Claus a long time to
and pnni und dishes and a tuble fill the girls' stockings in Chicago, but
and that little washtub and board isIhu ho makes up for lost time when he gets
cunnm'eHt of anything I've seen to Boston!
in all my life. Our Annie'd go into DISHES.V Don't try to muko yourself happy at
fits (ivcr that."Say Christmas by doing tho things you will
Ueorget do you see?" tbi swear off at Now Year's.If .
time giving the sleeve a viKorous twist.Mr. j'ou should see anyone coming
Brown's eyes were fixed absently down tho chimney don't think it is
on tho hugo tugs adorning tho opposite Santa Claus, but go at once and sound
wall, and he evinced no interest tho burglar-alarm. '
in the tin kitchen. If you aro going to be married atChristinas
The lamps in the great storeroom light the Yule-log with the
word lighted, and the tables were other girls' letters.Don't .
heaped with a brilliant mass of Christma CSI. SANTA'S. MISTAKE. W B qT p call yourself unlucky just because

toys.Mrs. you fail to pull the gold watch a
Brown went anxiously from out of tho Christmas grab-bag. Judge.
ono table to another, her.eyes bright

with excitement. At length she held Old Santa has spoiled this little boy's fun A doll'' in his sock instead of a gun Discovered."Papa .
up a tiny ship and viewed it smiling

ly.all the"It time just,"what she said Harry softly has wanted to her By making the slightest mistake Now he says that Old Santa's a "fake." Kringle'," said bring littlo little Petie boys, "doesKriss toys

self. "Hay, Oeorgel" she called."George i ahead of Christmas?"

look a-there. Wouldn't "No, my ion," replied the father."Why .

Harry bo tickled" t' get that?" longer than many of the little muminus bling hands, and' thought of the. new as I do about it. It's just extravagance givin' 'r receivin'. He wna fetched up do you ask?"
"I do' know, grunted the man at woolen muftler she had for and in hie "I was a wonderin' what them new
who would possess themSho put away waste eyes. Mebby if his that way; he'ain't to blame. It's all
the table, shifting his position un picked up a little' bisque baby, George himself, when Christmas morn' folks had been different; but George the way they're learnt when their toys was I found away" back in the loft
easily."You. about a foot long, and stood looking ing should come. never had no Christmas. Hu never younguns."But behind tho trunks. Philadelphia
see how it works, don't you? "I don't s'pose there's intryinV knew what tianta Claus North American.
at it uncertainly."What any use was, poor boy. our boy Harry She did /
Them littlo sails can be put up or'down she said. "He will und I don't know I blame
do .want' of another never see as can him not 1nish her sentence but her
you ,
; li'iated,- 1 think they call it. doll!" said Mr. Brown, crossly.VTherc's . no.sense in it. 1 can't make him feel much. Never knew the pleasure ofA shone with a renewed determination eyes Wise Precaution."There .
Say! he could sail it splendid on our
duck pond, couldn't he, George?" a doxen klckin' 'round tho as uhc counted out tho money for tho ," said the prudent housewife
"1 s'pose so," grumbled Mr. Brown, house uow." pretty toy, and handed it to the waiting as she looked over the Christmas
in > voice that distinctly said ho wished "Jlut Bessie hain't got any,""said* PERPLEXING QUESTION. ,\ clerk. Maude Morrison lluey, in decorations, "I think that will do very

Mr*. Brown would "shut up" and Mrs, Brown, reproachfully."f / >*. k- Detroit Free Tress. nicely. Only wo must not forget to
leave him alone.' don't know what difference thai take tho mistletoe from the chandelier
Finally she laid the ship down and makes," retorted Mr. Brown. "Ono z: XAS Hard to Understand., and movo it to different parts of the

went over to the hook counter. Mr. play* with 'em us much as another." .''BiA i"1- "Of course," he- said, reflectively "Iam room during tho day."
Brawn followed her slowly, and stood "Well, what do you think of that not making any complaint about, it. "What is that for?" asked her husband.

looking on sullenly, while sho turned hhip for Harry?" questioned Mrs.Brotv All I desire to say is that I can't .
over page after page of childish lit n, growing hopeful, at lier husband's derstand it." "You can't understand un "I don't wish to wear the carpet out
erature. "You know, X must get uboolt show of interest. "Ain't it the what?" inquired his wife. "Why all in ono spot." Washington Star.

for Benny," she said, by way of cutatt thing you'vo seen?" con put gilded spheres and gaudy fabrics you
explanation; "ho don't seem to donothin' "He'd break it 'fore he had it aweek. all over a Christmas tree six feet Tact Required.

but reud now since he's been I Vpose, Morthy, you're sot high and four feet thick for 75 cents,
sick. He's rather have a nice new on gitlen' a lot o' tomfooleries like when it costs at lenst 18 to trim 11 really requires a marvelous amount
a
this; but It's too much money bonnet four inches in diameter." of tact to appear thankful at Christ
pampcrin'youngunsso; they're- Cincinnati Enquirer. *

jest as well 'thout 'cm." The Best Christmas Present.
"Welt, there's tho kitchen, there An Inventive Cenlus.
ain't nothin' to break 'bout that," persisted The best of all gifts nt the present
Mrs. Brown, eagerly, "Annie's time is yourself. Make yourself in
ouili a womanly little thing;, she'd some way more pleasant and helpful
learn to be a real little housekeeper." to others. You may have been neg 2*
"I don't see what good that 'ud do; lectful of them; be mindful henceforth. -
she's got dishes 'nough' now, 'Whydon't You may be quick in temper
you get 'em some candy r somethin' and have spoken hastily; put on re
an' let it go at thai? This throwin straint and speak kindly, now. Re.
awny Imrd cosh is a little too much strain all evil habiUand make yourself
these bard timpvM rthyj5Mrs. a joy and a help to others. They will

Brown turned away indignantly bless you. United rreabyterlan,
her hard,' toilworn little fingers
firmly closed over the bright coins Her Little Surprise.Mr. .
in the tip of her woolen mitten*
"George," she said, and her voice Tor Snobbs I suppose this bill is
longer soft "J know my Christmas present. But where
was no Vpose you
on earth is the
how I earned this"money? A settin'up Mrs. present?
Snobbs I thought I would
in' knittin long after you was sur
abed an* asleep. I reckon I'll spend itas prise Date. you with the bill first. Up to

I ie lit.. You can spend your money
as yru're a mind to, but them younguns'll'have Too Suggestive.Don't .

Jest What Barry baa waatesV* their'Christmas presents
as long as Via able to earn 'em." spell it XmaV It is too
aw.
book than anything else. lies read "I hope you'll feel satisfied when Restive of the good X dollar bills that
the old onea time and ag'in.** tho last red eent of it's spent,"grumbled cfbe *nd wa"teJ--Ateh' Alice Yes, Jack Hastings kissed me
She selected one with a pretty,bright Mr.Drown, angrily. "You needn't on several times yesterday and really Ibadno
cover, and had it wrapped np; then come< o-askin* me for none when redress.Maiul .
she went over to look at the dolls. your'n's gohe," he called after' her Where Extension Was Craved."You How was that?

There were all kinds of dolls, from fiercely, as she made her way back IT'S DAWtNO NIAm CMWISTMAS DAY.TO wish "He had a sprig of mistletoe fastened
little china and bisque babirs two to the tin kitchen and the toy ship.A THM ISLANDS I MUST FIND A WAY II *your'"stocking was bigger.nTvie0" on his umbrella, and then insisted
inches long to great wax dolls, that tear fell on tho littlo white sail, CANT HI DC ON THK SKCCZC, 0 "" ** on keeping it hoisted whenever nobody
would laugh and and that she took it and thi auir docs not r cctt.so "
cry were as once more in her trem I "No'm happened to be near. Chicago
irs useless n>K rcindcch and simiom. ; my stnmmick."
Judge.
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family of the pleasure of taking care icr his offspring seemed than his wife."I alwujs gives the tickets to the rest enough to do. it;" then, not being a
of you and showing their gratitude?" wonder if it is my fault that he of us." vcr> "new woman," she put her head
Mrs. Muson was used to her friend's always thinks of the children first?" "Lizzie, you'll have to at range to down, and sol>l>ed aloud. Those tears jfcRrar
plain speaking, but this time it sank Mrs. Mason thought, as she tut tho look after the children an hour each led to a long talk that put matters
deep into her heart. When she cake her own hands had made, because afternoon, for I shall lie down then," on a different footing with the husband
reached her own home she felt for o it was a special kind her husband Mrs. Mason said to her maid the next and wife, and tins much of the
moment that tho boisterous welcome enjojed. ..day."I conversation came to tho gills us they
of the children compensated for tho That evening the girls noticed that can't be bothered with young went through the hall: "I can't help
work and care they constantly, occasioned. their mother did not wait on them as uns," wan tho answer."Very thinking, dear, yon are to blame for
Mr. Mason came in, and his much as usual, though she looked with well," was said in such a firm tho girls being so selfish and lazy."
wife turned a patient, smiling face towards pride on her sweet blossoms of Ml tone that the young girl relented, But the father got this back, for later
him."Ma and 18 as they left for n happy even They all noticed that the mother occasionally he overheard this interesting remark:
can't you watch tho gus nioi e ing. Mr. Mason went down town befoie read in the daytime a thing "It's ma's sweet disposition that has
doBelj ? It .was CO.cents moie this, watch meeting, Tommy and Ratio Mr. Mason had not been brought up made pn so selfish and neglectful.
month. What, girls, did you get your were bundled into bed without ceremony to in his New England home, but Think of ma dismissing Lizzie and getting -, WrSi JTSTRANCJERtomy doorway came,
new waists mode out? Your grandmother or medical treatment, and Mi's. which wus common enough in Mis.Mason's a girl who can cook! I am going jIOf II did not know his
used to do all the sewing, and Mason sat down before the fire to caily days. to turn over n new leaf myself. I C 'aCl' r nam''
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did not have some ono to do her work think of the coming year."Are The fourth day Mr, Mason could not wonder nfli has not sunk under such VB >0
cither. Ma, I brought oysters. Can'tyou contain himself: "I can't see but you woik nnd cure." Vlf Y* It of was Christ's the evening birth,

Down (he grim, bleak -western sky cook them? We like your soup you sick, ma? Li/r.le won't aye looking better than usual, ma, Of course tho new leaf got crumpled And belts sent mulo -
His languid-fooled brother crept: better than Lizzie's."i iMrs. huvo breakfast ready," was Mrs. Mason's though you don't act as if you were sometimes. Tho children clamored for $ to my hearth.fcJS .
The youngster comes with jollity Mason was glad to put down greeting from her husband as well. I had thought to send up the thoir devoted slave, and the girli -
The tottering figure died unwept. the two heavy children who were sitting she awoke on New Year's morning."Tell doctor to-tlny. Is it n tonic you grumbled because they hnd In take My with mind dreamsof was filled

All the past ieleft behind on her lap and eHcnpo to the Mary to dress tho children. need?" their part in tho household care, and gold.
What avails It? Mourn It not: My glance was st rn, my voice was
Tako the year that here you llnd cold >
Clean, without a blemished spot.
The stranger mutely held his hand
Its fair rosary of days For alma I would not understand."I .
Linked must be with hopes and
fears; earn my bread." t harshly satdt"Do
We can soil It, or with grace likewise, and thou shaft ba fed."
Meet Its joys and mist of tears.
He viewed me with a saddened eye,
Some sad pilgrims on Its way Then turned and left mo with a sigh.I .
Shall fall before the Journey's end;,
But courage la the word to-day, mused upon, my threshold hilphtMy
Whatever time or fate Intend. heart relented; through the night

Hope, the siren, whispers now I called him, but he turned not back.
Her sorcerous tale to every ear; But oped atong tho snowstorm'strack.
So here's a chaplet forMie brow .
Of Time's fresh heir, the bright New
Year. An hour went by. I heard a cry
Joel Benton, In Christian Work. Of misery deep, .my door-step nigh.A .

little lad, with features pale.
Stood quaking In the (lying gale.I .

drew him to my flre ld < warm,
I marked ins tremors of his form.I .

gave Mm fnndand drink and clothes,
And a soft bed for his repose,

And y t t mourned so late before,
I drove the stranger from my door,

TTow did I dsra turn brother dnst 6&
Away without a single crust?

My bank account could well sustain
Th chance to ease another's pain.

i AKE a chair Mow whit* that facet How meek that
and sit down, brow!
Nellie, while I Where was the weary traveler now?

wrap up the For he was not a beggar rude,
& silk waists." A ruffian, eager to Intrude."Would .
Mr Muson
Clod that he were hsrsl" I
dropped wearily said:
Chtmy
into) a tchipt- And lot before me, by the bed.
rocker. Visiting
lint The lad had
changed and. tail'and
her
old fair,
schoolmate, the A. kingly personage was there,
dressmaker, was about the only luxury
the busy housewife lieisolf. t could not speak: he smiled1: s-ald h j
allowed "Thy gold Is mine dest thou know
It wus liko a breath of summer me?"
to bo with stiiuo one who could speak
of her huppy girlhood (lavs."I "O, ChiiMfsin.." Christ! forgive my

wish you'd stay and have a bite I prayed. "I did not let Then In."I .
with me," urged Miss Iludley. "I'm
going to mnko an ovslcr stew, and I WJicn did not offer Thee a eri>mb, 3.
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unto me Thou first dlrtwt come.
have some cream pull's and oranges in
the house." He touched me wllh Ills gentle hand:
"Uli, I can't trust Lizzie to get suppci He bade mo rlso wllh kind command."Forget .

and the girls will need help in Mo not ae-aln." said He,
dressing for the purty, and pa is going "For all thou hast belongs to Me."
to the watch meeting," sighed

Mrs.Mdsou. I wakened, and my dream had flwn,
She was one of those tired women Within the grate tho ember* shone,
who sigh automatically, She looked
And ChrisIrons bells
sent clear and far
longingly around the inviting room, The news of riethlehom'a shining star.
with its blooming plants in tho win
dow. The sewing machine had been Forth night from my home I Mrodo thai

pushed back, and tho little table, with [ cave a hundred; hearts delight. TO
a new magazine and the shaded lamp,
was drawn in front of the glowing And while Christ pi.ves me gold to
spars.r .
base-burner. Open doors showed itpictty His poor shall ba my earnest rare, '
little bedroom and a neat *
kitchen, which was dining-room as For now T see, through tear-drop*
dim.
well, with a teuketllo singing on the Whate'er I do. I do for Him.
Hhiuing bit of a. stove. There wn Laura Rosamond White, In Leslie's
that exquisite sense of order so restful Weekly.
to one who is wearied by continually
picking up after others."Icumoacross The Christmas Atmosphere.
this to-duy," said Miss
llndley, bringing out a photograph of Getting ready for Christinas makes
two pietty,. blooming girls, leaning these week* in December full of pica*'
over a railing."Did ant labois and anticipations. Tlio ma $. f
I ever look like that?" said jority of peoplo ure not millionaire*.
Mrs. Mason, tears 'springing to her They do not have full purse* with
eyes as she gazed at the thin, faded which they can go to tho shops and
woman reflected in her friend's old- buy their Christmas present* without
fashioned mirror. "You have held regard to cost. They Imvo a litllo
your own, but I haven't, Kate."Nellie money, and It requires a good deal of
you are just the one to resolve planning, of invention and loving
to-night to be- more patient and thought, to make it go around. Often
unselfish tlie coming year, and, if possible times the money is only enough to
drive a few less nails in your buy the raw materials from which
coUin. Now I want to ask you totutn patient and skillful fingers will fashion
over a new kind'of a leaf, 'lie the gifts. If wo could look into
good to yourself,' as the colored people many a home we should see the chil ?
say." dren planning some surprise on Christ ?
"But the duties of a wife and mother mas morning for father* and mothers,
" began that personage"Are / and the parent* in turn consulting
first to lie her best self," interrupted how to manngo to give the boys and
her friend. "Are you contented -, girls what they want. It fa this mu
as it is, Nellie?" tual IhoughtfulncHs for other* that
Mrs. Mason colored. She had been imparts to thusa December days a peculiar
secretly envying this cozy little home, atmosphere. It will soften the
large enough to give one the houseKeeper's heart of tho crustiest old bachelor to
enjoyment without the weariness go into the Christmas shops and over
of a large establishment* The hear the conoultatlons among purhaier -
quiet where one could read or think < as to what they shall get. Kvena
undisturbed seemed almost heaven to you walk ulong tho street* you observe a
the tired woman. a peculiar light in the eyes of
"Nellie," said her friend, divining the women shoppers. They do not

her thoughts, "your mistake is in try -< THROUGH THE HOOP TIME. have it at any other season of the
ing to be an angel, where a strong, de OF -- year, except perchance when they are
termined, happy woman is needed. making ready for a wedding. Iloston
Some worthy has said: 'Come to thine Watchman.

kitchen before she was tempted to remind and Carrie to help Lizzie," was tbo "Not exactly," was the reply. "I'm the father sometimes They're Kept All
insinuated he rtlflht."Well .
him that his mother liad not answer that sent her husband to the going down town to-day. Khali I get would be bankrupted liecause of the
much waist such his front. what "
I
so as seen a as need?
daughtcrsconsidcrcd necessary. "Yes," Imagine the surprise of the family "Of course, ms," he answered, ten expansive trusted God girl; but the little woman
to her
she thought, with a smile, as ah* when the mother came in, and they derly, thinking it was some new patent and help at her best,
rejoiced in
watched the soap, "there will be anew sat down to breakfast, in her company medicine dear to the heart of woman. happy everyone mother who the the bright,
leaf'.turned over that "will make { wrapper, with a bright smile on . "I'll tell the clerk to give you of the home. was inspiration
a new book for some of us her face.Mrs. wha t money you want, tut I shall beout. Tho next New Year's
Mason ate her supper in af ."Is your headache better* We ." / Mason eve,when Mr*.
in her
thoughtful mood, hardly notieing her [ didn't mean to) cot up for breakfast," Imagine his surprine to find bis wife she 'pitied was hor loneliness friend's little home,
husband's remaika about Tommy. Mr. I said Carrie.Maion had drawn $70. If ho had not been "I wish would and "said:
was a devoted father, and ono Mrs. Mason smiled a little roguishly In "good and regulur standing" ha "I wouldn't you marry, Kate.
way in which ho ex pressed,his affeeas, oho answered: "I may not always I Ition might huve uttered some strong words. good husband object if I had" such a
John
wsh by having his wife-put ill i be up after this, so I shall depend] on ] As it was, bo spoke in s tone of voicond laughing aa your was the
half of her time pouring out medicine you to help Lizzie, and on Mary to. that would hove frightened a sneak self ha helped answer. "Doing good to your"*
even him, ha* it not?
for the children. It was always drew thochildrjn.. f thief; "Mi what could you mean by "Yes "
some kind of a tea or plaster, or a Mr. Mason looked at his wife to see [ taking f 70?'; have learned, answered that Mrs. .Mason, "I
day from echool, for the children, and if the were out of Jaer mind, but she "That was enough for to-day," she neighbor we cannot lore our
a* ourselves unless
the goad man never dreamed that he looked very much composed.Are | said, calmly, "though it will take more love ourselves in wise "we first
might as well have risked the children "There's a concert to-night I want when the making of my dress is paid Goodwin Ptnutz a in way. Myrn
without constant nursingaa taken the to attend, John," she said,'sweetly, for. I got ray cloak at a bargain, and Zion's Herald.Twas .
chances in his wife of heart failure ufter sitting by the fire so long that a new dress, and bonnet and shoes.
from exhaustion. Tommy was slightly the jrls decided, if the house were Yon said to get what I needed. Eirer Thus.
affected with a cold in his head, so cleaned up, they would have to do it."Hut Haven't I earned that much, dear?" Tad I've been
yea ces teste*a*it Is,JWIJ*7" the fond father began> the money" began tho hus "Of course, ma," he said, softening. ly under the mistletoe trying, but to catch Miss Dol Au
"Ma, you must soak Tommy's feet, band."Oh. "Cut you never eared before for look tumn
to lie
own aid. and the Bible saysr 'Hold and tie up his throat, and make hint ,I have it from tluj meat money," I ing well." find there.seems the only one I can hare you kept the resolution

last, that no man take thy crown some onion sirup,'and put a poultice was the smiling reply. "I need music I "But I do care," she cried, "and I Neil It seems to be you made lust New Year's?" \
yonrs is your own sweet woman-1 on his chest. You've'let himtak; < just low more than meat." must take care of myself since there tho wrong girl in the an Instance of "No; but my wife hae--she repeats,
"ooc,. Why should you deprive your' cold" not noticing how much health- "Take her, pa," cried Mary, "She < js) no one tn the world who loves me Judge. right place. 'em to me pretty near every day."
Chicago Journal.



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OfyH forj&s OUR vhoLIDAY SUPPLEAEWT. tes r* New Year, is



ther and mother lavished all their love enough during the early twilight of rry whose gladness cannot bo describedheran autumn leaves or the boughs of winter I

and their generosity upon tins one ewe Christmas eve, but as night camo on to mo and, snatching thobab theso things are marking their
Iamb of Ulcus, lean icnicmbvr what and there wcro only shadows and / from its covering, he kissed ittnd line, and how old wo aro is bcinff |
a scene of fair)land their house wmnb stillness in the great housa where lights laid it down on the bosom of bis written duy by dny s6 clearly tlmt he ,
wife with its fat little fists digging who run* may read. God gives ua
Christmas for the litllo girl .tnd had gleamed und children's inciry fHBIST/fA
for her troops of friends, for all ttiul laughter hud filled their halls, tho depression into her cheeks and neck. 1 don't eternal youth in tho vigor with which }
love could suggest and wealth could became ho overpowering that .I.iiuW, nor does anything human, hut we press upward, and in all host
secure was brought and laid at. Hie i began-to fuel as If a crisis wcro ap" tho baby's power is, but in a minute things gives us such rapid growth that
feet of their dnrluuf."And proaclung and that something,was going the woman begun to stir uneasily, and we may soon gain eternal years."Wo .
what a dreadful change when to happen to make a great change, to move her hands about as if searching >llvo In thought, rot breaths, In

the llflh Christinas cumo. In the September either for the better or for the worse, for something, and then, with ary feellnKS deeds,,"not not years.In In figures. 6n the dial;
before, the little girl, a bright and end the painful chapter. Once < like her husband's for gladness, We should court time by heart throb*,
and beautiful child, suddenly sickened, or twice as the evening dragged slowly she opened her eyes and her arms, and he nest Uvea ; HERE
1 and within a week sho slept on tho along and the streets becamo still, I \ the baby, with a satisfied coo cuddled Who acts thinks the most best." feels the noblest, coma, from seems lamU to
lOW the children's sunshiny slope of a gentle knoll looking started nervously end ga hearts would out over tho beautiful blue river at the chimney place, feeling euro that was the crisis, and ns the Tho echo of tho chimes
Gazing languish down, the sweeping by with a murmur as ofangcln' bantu CIuus would coaio down that father dropped beside the side of his Suggestion. Which For earth lens rang ago, 'neath better Orient times.Today star,
empty years: wings. For weeks" tho father way, or if be did not I would very wife with tho chilil in his arms, and upon tho wintry air
Who could picture and mother refused to be comforted, Boon go off in u fit of hysterics. If you prayed fcrventlj I broke down completely Johnny (on ChriBtmas'cvcL"Mammn ) The noly anthem swells.
all t ,h 1 r anguish nor would they go away to other have never hud such an experience, and cried us if all the sorrow can't you Rive the baby oomelhingto And While all Is rinff peace the beyond Christmas compare Bells.
Who could count score*. There the little one had you should pray tliat you never do. in the world instead of all its gladness make him sleep to-night?" "Mamma"Whv
their bitter filled their hearts and lives and there, About midnight, andjutit a minute or had come into that lonely house thin Johnny?" Johnny "De- The ripples laugh o'er Kedron'a bed,
tears? they insisted should tho shell two before the bells of the Christinas So they called tho The olive lifts h r crest,
hopeless sighing, empty city rang out eve. cause if Santa Claus hears him yelling, The modest Illy bows her head
What From a tlio dreary ocean to the main.If remain. Elsewhere in the world there their ChriBtmas welcome to the day, baby Santa C'laus, and as sho grew up ho might think we'ro all just as bad." Where Jesus loved to rest:
the mandate were sent flylrscl"Christmas was nothing; in that s|>ot were, at I ventured to suggest that ptobably she became indeed, as you say, a veritable Current Literature. And calm to-day ts Galilee.No .
Jiever'11 coma again." least, the memories of their idolized they* would find some forgetfulness in Santa, bringing only good things storm dismay foretells,
will's o' 1Lf Can you picture the commotion. one. I was with them a great deal, sleep,and as I did so I arose and with motho to all the world that lay about her." A ttodest Wish.At As far and out the Christmas Bella.
All the exclamations wild. and as often as I could I sent my own, mother stood up, leaving her husband "And do they know nothing of her?"
Echoing from aea to ocean children to visit them, and from these sitting with bowed, bead* Sho I asked."Lvcrything. a' mission Sunday-school at They breathe tho story of that morn
From tho lips of every child? and other of their lost forward touch she answered. "Hor children talking When, In the fragrant hay.
Grief and Indignation swelling playmates ono stepped to him and, Woods Run the were The Prince of Heaven, newiy born,
In the wee hearts torn In twain they derived much comfort., But I as her hand was laid upon his alioul- mother was a widowed relative of the of Christmas. "Johnny, what A smiling Infant lay:
By the sad thought upward welling: From pole to pole, from coast to coast
"Christmas never'll come again." The pean loudly swells.As .
if the bright, angelio host
Stockings limp and empty hanging. Rang all the Christmas.Bells.
Chimneys clean, and mossgrown
roofs, With muslo sweet they fill the glen,
Walt in. vain the cheery clanging; And from the steeples high
Of the tiny reindeer hoofs. TIs "Peace on earth, good will tomenl"
While a crowd of pleasures vanished E'VE met,and now tood-bye.Old Year;
In the old Saint's merry train.Hopesandjoysof In war's red gtaro you'vo served a part Wherever bends the sky.No .
childhood banished land so far but the dear strain
"Christmas never'll come again." You're mustered out I I enter hore Of earth's redemption tells.
Bethlehem is erowred again
Ah, for wreathe of withered holly With peaceful hopes within my heart.S And While peal the Christmas Bells.
Shivering In the wintry breese;
Mistletoe, sweet tender folly. StStSxS>0S S4S>4Si Hanging black upon the trees. Their prophecies of peace;
Well may children's tears bo falling In every kingdom far or near
Like the sobbing autumn rain, Let sin and turmoil cease.
Spirits of the past are calling Each sacred note that floats afar
mm. "Christmas never'll come again." The clouds of woe dispels.
And once again gleams Judah's star
Quenched the light of holy giving IIn Abovo the Christmas Bells.T. .
the Christ child's blessed name, I ITo C ILarbaugh, In Chicago Advance.
@ the wretched creatures living .
In the haunts of sin and shame: > $
No more Christmas carols chanted.
Silent all the sweet refrain haunted, A Great Opportunity for Willie.
Only hearts by memory
"Christmas never'll come again."

Dry your eyes, ye children weeping,
liaise once more your Joyous strain.
While this world Is In God's keeping,
Christmas-tide will come again.
Ruth Argyle, In Good Housekeeping






















M/IWih./ Willie Uichdod See what I got for
rflAT n very pretty Christmas!
girl she wut, and
Fiveflites Aw' if
Dabby ,
say you
how tho 20 of
yours let mo play with it awhile, I'll I'll
her fuiryoung lite
had combined to lei }ou lick ino, Up td Dale.

crown her with all
the graces of sweet womanhood. I Christmas In New York.
saw Tier one evening at a reception,
and though I was long pust my benuliood Jacob A. Una, in un article in the
days, I could not resist tlio rudiance Century Mupi/mc on "Merry Christmas
of this sweet gill, and, followinghcrwilhmy in tho Tenements," sujs:
eyes a*she flitted about In a bundled places all over the city,
among Iho guests, I asked Mho alio when Cluistinas comes, as manv open
air fairs spring suddenly into life. Aloud
wns."Why," laughed tlio giay-hairod of Gentile Feast of the Tabernacles
woman of whom I asked the question, possesses tho tenement districts
"don't you know her? 1 thought everybody especially*. Cieen-ombowored booths
knewSanta, Claua Conway.'" MUSTERED OUT.Jul stand in rows at tho curb, and the
"Why do you call hor Santa Claus? voico of the tin trumpet is heaid in
llccauso she brings joy and gludncs* <*t the land. The common source of all
ffca.L and all good things to all whom sho the thow is down by the Noith river,
meets?" 1 inquired, bowing gallantly."I feared {of the coming of Christmas. der, thero camo n.'ring at iho doorbell family who. UioJ only a few weeks previously would you hko for Christmas?" a in tho district known us "the Farm."
\ shall tell her that," smiled the That was the joytime of the year when so sudden, bo powerful and so insistent leaving two or three children, teacher asked of one little fellow. "I'd Down thero Santa Claus establishes
lady, "though that is not exactly why tho ohild Was the very soul of it all, that the woman screamed and and this little girl wus sent to thostuckeniparents lika a pair of; pantaloons Without headquarters earlyin December and
sho was so ihristencd. ,Still,*' aha and I did not dare think what that fell to' the floor' In a faint.. Instantly as t hristnias'gift patches, ma'am," replied tho boy. until past New Year. Tho broad
went on, musingly, "tlmt wus tho reason father and mother would'do in the her husband was bending1 Over.her, in this way with the hope that has Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telugraph. quay looks then more like a clearing ina
too, though I hadn't quite thought thick', darkness that had fallen upon and teljing me td go at odco for a doctor beeu so happily fulfilled." Wv J,' p.ne-forest than a busy section of
of it eo." them."When.- > who lived directly opposite.. I ran Lampion, in Detroit Free Press. Dirt the metropolis. The steamers discharge
"Please go on with the story," I suggested the time came around I tried uway incobedience, quite'forgettingtho Cheap.8fa their loads of fir trees at the
for I know there was a story to get, them to como to my own house causa of alt tho disturbance. Jerking Growth of the Soul. pieis until they stand stacked mountain
that must go with tho pretty girl who open the front door l almost alum- high with foot-hills of holly and
seemed to lio rather a being out ot a bled over a basket sitting there, and Though times and seasons are not ground-ivy trailing oil towards tlio
K book than one of the cvory-day creatuies then I nearly fainted,'too. You men as important as many would have us land side. An army-tr.nn of wagons
her associates were."Ihere never know why women do such things think, still nearly every thoughtful is engaged 'in carting them awny from
is a story," said my'companion as they do, but they do thorn just tho person at the coming of a new year 1 parly morning till Iato at night; but the
,- "and I shall bo mora than same, and the minnte I snw that basket remembers'how old he Is and wishes green forest grows, in spite of it all,
glad to tell it to you. Twenty years I knew what was in it, and I knew he were not quite so old. Let us turn until in places it shuts the shipping
ago, living not a dozen blocks ftoinwhcre.we that there wasn't any need of going our luinds away from the tabernacloof out of sight altogether. The uir isrcdolentwith
now are, was a couple who after tho doctor then. And 1 didn't.I flesh, the least real thing in our tho smell of balsam and
hnd been married,ten years beforo the i simply picked up tho basket und carried lives, and think a little ot tho inward pine. After nightfall, when the lights
light of a baby's eyes shone into their it buck to where the' stricken growing old. For the body every added are burning in tho busy miuket, and
home and their hearts. When at last mother lay, with her husband over her, period is a loss; for the soul every tbo homeward-bound crowds with
that wonderful light came which never chafing her hands and kissing her added growth is almost incalculable basKets and heavy burdens of Christmas
was on sea or land except it came from white faco as his tears fell upon it."Without gain. How old are we? How much greens jostle each other with
a baby's eyes, and of which no ono a word to him, I opened older than a year, two years, ten years good-natured bunter nobody is ever
knows the rodinnce except those upon tho white silken flannel which was ugo? How much'quicker to recognizo cross down here in the holiday season
whom it has fallen, that father and folded thickly all over the precious the Divine voice? llow much stronger it is good to take a stroll through
that mother almost forgot there was package within, and as I dug down our hand and clearer our voice against "the Farm," if one has a spot m his
yet a light greater than that which Into the soft folds I found something evil?" How much swifter our feet to heart faithful yet to tho bills and tha
blessed thein from their baby's eyes.I warm, and then t came to a bit of bear the message of good will to men? woods of tho latter-day city
in
of the filmy lace and under that the How much gain has thero been in Bpito
do not say that I am quite uleepinit power Dut it is when tho moonlight is upon
belief that God is such a jealous God fare of a baby, six or seven months and willingness toserve? How much the water and tho dark phantom
that lie will break tho hearts of His Her lumd was laid ape*Me sfcoslder. old. I turned up tho light and the more faithful are we in the chaos of forest, when tho upon heavy breathing of
creatures to gratify His pride, but Iam babv opened its big blue eyes wonderingly small and common duties and cares? some steamer is the only
.quite content to believe that we and spend two or three days, but they and, with a chubby fiat held How much truer are we in friendship, Mrs. Crawford-I always thought sound passing that breaks tho stillness of the
should not worship any gift wo* may would not hear to leaving1, and, fearing up at tho light, it crowed as only a warmer in the- home loves, more patient smoking was such an expensive habit. night, and tho watchman smokes his
receive to the exclusion of our duty something, I knew not what, I baby can crow. The man leaning over with the mistaken and the bad? Mrs. Crabshaw Well, isn't it? lonely the bulwark, that
and debt to the giver, and particularly determined to slip away from the the woman had not even noticed my Round our-tree of lute, as it has struggled Mrs, Crawford Why, no; I bought "the Farm"pipe upon has mood and an atmosphere
the Great Giver. Whatever my opinion brightness and cheer of my own homo return, but this baby's crow was to up toward the sky, whether my husband a whole box of cigars for all its a full of poetry,
may be, it has- naught to do with and the case, and for four years this fa thin one of my friends'. It was sad and he turned toward me. With a green,-or the dead russet of the Y. World. catch and some hold.day a -painter's'






JIhb New Year on the threshold stands i am the l-aw fulfilled," she saith.


With the Kincs message in his hands; Come peace or war, come life or death."

!por so a thousand came before, hb doth upbuild where others mar, y "

d a uxe royal. message bore.JJAnD nd Hate and Pear false prophets are.hrough .



| WHO, 5AVE LoVE. DESERVES TO READ all the earnest years that were, \

\ TThis Gospel. if the world give heed? l.ove hath been life's interpreter v/ l


JFOR ONLY SHE. BY DAY AND NIGHT.AY F ALL THE GOLDEN DAYS TO BdT V >JjfSii-*


TELL TlME'S MYSTERY ARIGHT. i Love holds the key. Love holds the key.I .












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Key West. Banyan. 1 -\77"ers: 11



mistreat, between Duval aod Ann, Arou c3L Portilizor,

iSopditun paved rebtiurant.ibouthnlf with oyster. (bells by the onA Sunday.Sunday. school J. N. Vener was ,organized Supt.J here Price $25.00. Before buying the following Materials be euro and apply tous *'

the sponge fleet hag arrived, II. Wyile, nurseryman from InterIachen GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.

not one of the vessels made a good was In Banyan last week. Moisture ., ."...,. 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE .
,
Many of them did not clear thelrlunics. Beans are beginning to move. n. Ammonia S to a ,
Sams shipped 21 boxes last week.J. Kqual Available to Sulphate I'hosphorto of Ammonia Acid 80 S to to 20 6 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPIIATE, .

iiarlea Scrlblen, the young negro who Hopkins, E. Stewart and R. Living Pot&Kqual h to K2 Hone O rhosphateof Lime ; through the head with a 44Iber ston Kqual to of Potash ,.
JBbot spent one evening In Banyan last Sulphate 9 to 10
pistol .evera! weeks ago, is out week.At. tiH MagnesiaLimeSoda, eta.. ,,,. ,,...; Bo to 603T" SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,

tbe street again.leiitennnt the club meet Saturday evening the Write for Special Pamphlet.B3P" TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

Robert*, who Is In comod following new members were elected: COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
, of the Key West Guards, has re- R. C. Creech, E. A. M. Stewart and R. A. Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low
ted Instructions to reorganize his Ledbetter. prices.
January 15.
on
ipany A muslcnl treat is In store for those
"r J. C. Tarker, who has had charge who attend Gilbert Hall on Christmas Please Correspond with its before being induced to, buy from Dealers. Send for
the news stand at Hotel Key West, Eve, as sweet, nice Christmas carrols
ton the City of Key West to spend the are being practiced for the occasion. hi Pamphlet.

lldtyt at St. Augustine.Unemen Sam Dhtlds has been with us a week LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
are putting up the wires /orelectrlo setting out fancy budded orange trePBon
street car line, and everyng his place here. He has out 5U0 now ,
will be lo readiness to commence in his grove. This brings the total
ration as soon as tbe cars arrive.K number of citrus trees in Banyan to Taclrsoxa.TrIll, E loxldoMelbourne. ,--

Urge number of friends of Miss Pau- 6,000.

Kerr gathered at her residence, onullne The yachts Mattle and Flirt, from Bahla unless it greatly enhances tbe value of
street, last Saturday night, and and Brantley, were at the Banyan the fruit or saves the plants from being Samples Mailed Free to your Adcfaesot
.
several hours in dancing.Jis dock
ut Sunday, containing Mrs. Warner
frozen. Many schemes have been considered upon application.
Fensy Baker, daughter of Mr. Misses Mims and Otwell, Messrs. for protecting the plants from
Booth GOODE Ss OOODR. Real Estate and Loans.
into Baker, has organized a club of well.J.D. Warner, Martin Porter and Ot Agent for A'.tnx, London and Liverpool and frost, and probably some experiments
' young friends for the purpose of.plug Klnbe, and Imperial Fire Insurance. Hpocial will be tried In case of another, freeze.It .
. attention paid to the interests of nou residents. .COHEN BROTHERS.
the graves of the iMaine heroes has always been found that an overhead
petually covered with fresh flowers CKABH keeps a rlrst-class Saloon.Wines, shelter, of even loslgnlflceot size, .
beers,
whiskies, ..
)evergreens. Tbe club is to be known anil domestio cigars brandy, tonnaoo and and rum,clirarettes.imported has greatly protected plants from the
tbe name of tbe Maine Decorating Soly Price of liquors from 2.00 to 5.M)per Kallon. WHEN YOU OO TO MELBOURNE call at the effects of frost, appearing as though the
Tbey will collect flowers and asible Prompt attention to telegraph and mail llszaar, Mrs. Clias J. F. Campbell & Co., Millinery cold dropped upon the plants as much as
orders. Terms Notions, Ooods, Ladles'
at the cemetery twice a week for Cash. Coooa.Fla.. and woven Underwear Dry Ferris' Renowned readymade - dew settles upon them. With this understanding
J. 1> CKABB, Goods House
purpose of decorating the graves.Miami. Ant.Georgiana. Comets, etc., embroidery and colored silks, of the effect, it would seem Popular Dry -
souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. that a great deal of protection might be ,

afforded by placing a single palmetto
leaf over each plant. This would mean
HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, FLA.,
Indian River homelike considerable work, but no outlay of JACKSONVILLE FLA.K
A. L. Bruner Is his first overlooking : accommodations
be steamer Lincoln* made her first of since the shipping crop and good board. Rates #1.M per money for material, nnd loss labor than .
oranges freeze."Uncle .
flay or (6.00 to $7.00 per week, aooordlns to covering by any other means. In most
pto Havana on Sunday night.Ibe
location of room. Special rates to River
nughle" Is busy shipping his people. CHA3.T. McltRIliK, places the palmetto would be found
.
Miami brought over a large num.t first crop of oranges since the freeze.F. Proprietor. near at hand, and a, man could cover
t of passengers on her last tilp from quite a lot in a day. A good way to do
una.Ibe W. Munson has Bhipped a fine lot this would be to cut the stems long enough
of from R. A Christmas to all.Messrs. .
oranges B. Burchilel's merry
painting of the Ilotel Royal Palm grove.A. to rest on the next plant on the
nearly completed, which adds much B. Carter, A. A. Baldwin and .las. .' Ernest Blanchard and Chester row with the centre of tbe leaf over the The Largest Dry Goods
..it appearance. Turtle are shipping some Hie beans this Bralnerd, of Boston, are spending a few heart of the plant.adjoining. In this
week. days In town.Mrs. manner the leaf would be steadied and
The tourists are beginning to pour InMlami tbe leaves of the pineapple would hold
at a great rate. The cold The Bond sUters have moved Into the Andrew MoAdams, of Chicago, the protecting leaf in place as long as Store in the State.
ather at the North is having the effect Clement house and are pleased with the Is visiting her slster-in law, Mrs. John desired; In onse of frost the heart of the

itart the people southward.Ir. change. Ooode. plant would be protected to a great extent

John S. Bowen, formerly of Ilotelodemore Mr. Loe, the father of Herbert Lee, The schooner Queen, Capt. MoFadden, and with only the outer leaves
Chicagoand; Ilotel Placide, arrived Saturday night and will spend arrived safely in port Mondty evening killed, a Held would quickly recover
ktunvllle, has arrived here to take the winter with Mr. Lyman.Mrs. from the Bahamas. All well on board.Don't from the effects of the, frost, and the

!management of that popular hoslle- Herbert Lee, daughter of Mr. forget the big dinner at Hotel crop of fruit would not be hurt.

Hotel Miami. Lyman, left here Monday for her home iiolleviie, given by the Ladies' Oulld, offering Extraordinary Good
E, Ingrauam, land commissioner ofi In Kansas City to ttpend Christmas with Friday evening from 5:30 to 7:30, Jan, T We would esteem the favor If our
i East Coast' Railway, and Mr. and her husband and children. Her father 10th, 130!). readers, when writing or calling upon

, M. II, Spades and their son, Cyrlel, accompanied her as far as Cocoa.Rev. Com. F. C. Hewitt, of Oswego, N. Y., etc our advertisers would mention to purchase"the Advooatk.tity rnerouandlHe. Tallies in Fashionable

rereoentarrivals here. Friday martthe J. B. Hawk, wife and baby have arrived in town Monday and is In his ,
party left for Cutler, spending spent a very pleasant week visiting usual cozy winter quarters at Hotel

night land at the of southernmost Florida. village onmutn among their mtny friends at this place. Carleton.Capt. Ormono! Beach. Silks Dress Goods and
Sunday they helped Carl Wtttfeld
eat a Tony Conovar, of Rockledge, ,
lie of the Urge houseboats that will most excellent birthday dinner, and and Giis Johnson, of Cocoa, were pleasant
used In connection with the Royal Monday they helped Mr. White celebrate visitors to town en Monday, leaving The many friends of Mrs. Lowry are -8
glad to know she has the
mis his seventy-tifty birthday opened Santa
nearing completion. Superluilent by taking Tuesday morning for Falm Reach. Lucia
school.Mr. .
Knott supper with him. We think
will build another. When our place
has the largest number of hale Editor W. C. Barnes of tbe East Coast Trimmings.
7are completed tb y will be placed hearty and Mrs. Stephen Wardwln and
Norrls Cut and Bears Cut. Each boat and lively persons between the ages of Republican, left here last Sunday for Harry Wardwln, of Swampscott, Mass
wvcial bathrooms, a large diulng seventy and eighty years of any place of New York on a business trip not a are at J. A. Bostrom's, where they wl.ispend
leto. This will be quite an acquito Its Rlze on the river. pleasure trip. At this season of the the winter.Mr. By AH orders flHod same day aa received.
one loves to spend the winter in

dated* the by Royal its guests.Palm, and will be ap- Remember 'that the Indian River sunny year Melbourne. and Mrs. Worthy, of Springfield, Your Money Back if Goods are not as we Represent

The newly-elected president of the C.E. Mass., are again in Ormond, and aie
lie Advocate does all kinds of
steamer Miami left job printing
Sunday mornon Society has chosen the following committees occupying their cottage on the river Address: '
her first at short notice. Send them an order
to Nassau
trip ; N. P. front.Mr..
''tractor Jobeph A. McDonald was a and be convinced that It is the plaoe to to serve for the six months, beginning COHEN BROTHERS
Jan. 1, 1S0D: Lookout committee and Mrs. Arthur K. ,
"Iter, as well as several painters have job printing done.Rio.. Baldwin and
wrs and carpenters, besides office, : Rev. E W. Butler and J. It. Lyman; son, of New York, arrived at Hotel Popular DryJGoods House,. ,
Mure and material. On arrival prayer meeting: Misses Jessie Tupper, Coqulna, where they will remain several
at JACKSONVILLE! ILA.
Llllie Robertson, Susie Johnson; missionary weeks before
wi and on occupying their cottuge on
discharging her she
cargo Miss C. Marsh Rev.- J. IIHadley
for : the river front.II. .
jell Philadelphia, where the ship and Clarence Butler; social and
w put lo order for the winter's bus-. L. II. Toussalnt has four acres In to literary: Mrs. W. R. Jackson, Mrs. U.S. . P. Waggaman and Miss Edith
matoes.Mr. Snedeker, Prof. II. S. Winters. Misses Camp, of Washington, V. C, are pleasantly
Subscriber Annie Ooode and Helen Miller; -music: located at the Coqulna, where
"m your attention is drawn and Miss liars, of Stuart, visited Misses Altie Philips, Llllie Robertson tbey will remain several week* for the MANUFACTURER OF

FW paper name-and-date or slip If pasted upon friends here.Mr. and. Maude Powell: flower: Misses benefit of Miss Camp's health.Mr.and .
wrapper. In
please remit.St. you are and Mrs. Krueger and children, of Emma McFarland and 'Jessie Ooode. Mrs. Joseph Jefferson, of New Umbrellas
Stuart, spent Sunday with friends here.W. York; A. W. Oreer, of East Orange, and and. Parasols.
Ernest Walton, of
Y. New York
are
Rea and F. Miller are assisting Jas.
Augustine. Tibbals.J. the at Hotel and
Andrews in Ave of among guests Coqulna,
at Tibbals.Do covering. acres pineapples are much pleased with their success at Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done. All work Ouaranteed.

; F. Miles left for Tltusville on T. Waters was the first to cultivate fishing and surf bathing. 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
y morning, blackberries and raspberries in this section

[ hotels the ones that are open on Indian you River want ?to buy If you or do sell, write property the to any extent. White City.Mrs. Bermuda

a fair business.S5 Indian River Real Estate Agency, Tltusville Alfred Cox, accompanied by S. F. Onion Seeds. ..
mllneer has NasZ.19ln Fla. See page 4. Webb, drove to Fort Pierce last Sunday, Oeo. E. Dutton Is expected home
Kone to and the day with friends. Mr. from Virginia for Christmas.N. .
spent
e? connected with the WHITE AND RED genuine Tenneriffe stook
Fag- driver.Mrs. $3.60 per IBs.
has
i of hotels.LL Cox a/plendid Blevlns made
Lotus. a flying trip to San Texas Rust-proof Oats ,, COo.perbua.
W. F. Richards and Mrs. Geraul- Mateo In the Interest of tobacco culture, Florida
ralne *nd the Misses Paine, man, of Newark, N. J., who is spending of which he expects to go Into extensive OOday Oats *1.00 per bue.Oeorgl .

4eir3'\home Mlnnle"rlast at Cocoa. Friday E. R. Provost went to Cocoa Monday, tbe winter with Mrs. Richards, were Rye T 1.30 per bne.
pleasant callers at Mrs. J. T. Waters on Florida Rye 3.60 per bus.
'Wanchenhausen and wife of D. n. Chandler spent Saturday with Saturday last.A Erie Oustafson, of Chicago, who recently
C. D. Provost. bought Mr. Rook's west side Full Stock of Field and Garden Seeds.L.
"*"trip along the very jolly little party hoisted sail property, seems to mean business, as heis .
East Coast.l Scott Kyzer, of Bonaventure, was In on the neat little yacht Dixie, last Saturday going at things with a vim. CAMERON. Seedsman
l
T'bbon"\D-S-A-' ""red, 1.I 1. Lotus Monday.Chas. with Capt. J. II. Andrews at the have ,
\ Vegetable s begun to go forward 126 East Bay St.
.
JACKSONVILLE
later Carrlngton, of Artesla, was In helm, Miss Susie Summers as first mate, in good shape. The bridge across the FLA.
In the season by Mrs.ttesW" town Saturday.Mr. Miss Rosalee Badger as second mate, Savannah Is almost completed, which
and Miss Posey Taylor, pilot. They will facilitate the
greatly handling of the Established 1876.
Shaw, of LaOrange, la stopping headed for Fort Pierce, where they visited winter
8 re ,a8trivlng, one with J. M. Ennls for a few days. several friends, and returned home crop.

nsiUr-andM erfcU8' Carr S. The Stewart boys, of Bonaventure, Sunday, much pleased with their trip, Oscar Nelson and Miss Tlllle Wallen CHAS. r. nrsEN\
bridaiA Ga"ho
are on merchant Tuesday.R. aod are now ready to report as first-class were married by Rsv. EL T. R. Fripp,
ad were doing our on
*"Snomii1. "Ks" d at the sailors for a cruise to Cuba soon. Monday evening at the residence of Mr.aud .

Alcazar.n2t Otwell, of Bahla, was purchasing Mrs, C. II. Rooks. Our best wishes (Successor to Tbe J. R. Tysen Co., Established 1878))

? 0t teacher expect- goods from our merchant Wednesday.J. Please mention the Advocate when go with the happy couple.

m ? *' A" wl >> here by n. Wylle, of Interlachen, was selling writing advertisers.Waveland.. You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending to me for quotations on

orange trees to the Provost brothers 1876.Roseland.

IL.'Ji' stay on Saturday.C. Grain Hay Rice 'Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls and
a
day or so longer in ,
D. Trovost and S. A. Osteen were M, nudson and Miss M. Casen,
passengers on steamer Courtney to Cocoa from Sebastian, were calling In RoselandMonday. Feed of all Kinds '
flWdaVT"/1 "Perintcndent of Wednesday. This beautiful warm weather is good .
ft" Coat, IIoteI System for the gardens, and how tbe beans dogrow.
t vlH 'Zm "i, h t '"disposition, There will be a Christmas tree at the Tbe present Indications are that Allen Campbell,'of Melbourne, is here POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Crae&eat
"""Ha .,.Lm i confined to his room Lotus school house Saturday night, the a larger crop than ever before known attending his grove and preparing to ship Bone, etc., etc.
;" w""". "els around 24th inst. All are Invited to come. will be shipped from this vicinity, "My, hlsWanges. WHEAT RYE Graham
again Flours
whole winter
bright backache wheat Flour, Breakfast Cereabv
and but won't dem bean pickers ,
Jovial a* ever.uZl broad smiles few have been
The boys are wearing Very oranges shipped Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Bacon.
JT Sullivan now. Such big checks for beans and do. from here so far this season. Most of
"EnT !ntlj, -klHed''a the, the wreck sold oranges is enough to make one smile. The pineapples have made a splendid the beans have gone forward. FERTILIZER Stems CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco-

Wfe I"' ''nterred with mlll'HV growth this fall, and If all goes well will Mesdames Cavender, of Wood ley, and Tobacco Dost, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.

fUr e N tlo l Cemetery The "Advocate.** bear a good crop next year. There have Wlgfield, of Toledo, spent several days INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Parle Green, Blue Stone, London Purple,. FlouxSulphar
been a good many acres shedded this here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. Cain. Bisulphide of Carbon, Caustlo Soda, etc. '
P"1 Cntircb. River Advocate Is on year, in the surrounding country, but, BUILDING
""lllVin officl- The lamiAJf MATERIALS.
h small oftbe Judge Guthrie and Attorney Alexander Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,
1,l lSnt bTsn d, oarged for ale at the following news-stands, at five of course, only a percentage
Hair.
Shingles, Lath etc.I .
,, WM en route to oents : entire acreage In plants. Jt is of West Virginia, made a trip toFt. ,
IfMe."r Cleans when, be net Tltusville per copy Fred S. Chaffee. heavy expense, and will naturally lessen Pierce, buying the necessary outfit MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CON3UMF.RS ORDERS. Will furnish yon witk

J. B. Screven. the net profits of tbe crops very much, fit for a camp bunt. freight rates to/our place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA..



INDIAN BIVEB ADVOCATE*. DECEMBER 23, AS98.




EVERY SUCCESSFUL OF INTEREST TO LADIES. The Tropical Trunk Line


who raises fruits, The editor of The Western Trade Journal ,

Is frequently asked what is the best

vegetables, berries or device la the way of a fastener to keep Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West RaiiWa

grain, knows by experience tho hat'in place on a lady's head within JOSEPH H. DUIlKEEs

of his knowledge, and where the same Is obtainable Receive!
the importance having a.large
and the oharaoter of the Arm or TBOOtH
of In Effect June 88, '08.Lv. KortTlfr'l
percentage company manufacturing the same. No. 20(1.( No. 87 No.23 NO.32." \ >, 78,"

These letters have become so numerous LocalMixed 1040 p 9 12a .. JACKSONVILLE,v. r 780ain 45 p mr
088 Orange Park...... Warn 6 ml
UlOpI188p 10
lately, and the field of Inquiry |has so Til, Th. ..; Peoria p Ml i
and Sate 10 02alu Magnolia.., 613am6011am 8 Win
81
widened that oalled to p mi
Potash we are upon express 1140 p Jl.s Green Ov Springs.. 48 p uio Vol

an opinion on the merits of everything J 415ft 12 40* 11 OUa ,., ..Palataa BOOani8B4am 00 p m| *
.
,. Satsuma. .,1
of a kindred character. As this .?,..,..... Pomona
is in the 4 40aB 11 Sfla ....Crescent CltyJenotlon S"3pm
In his fertilizers. If the fertilizer paper published solely interest 08 lB2a 12 Ollp ..,,.,. .Seville 8at am 3 30 put
of our readers, and especially the female 688 a418p 3 its a 12 30p .......DeLeon Springe..,. 2 40am"issiki 2S8pm235pm
,,.. Glenwood .......
low in Potash the
is too members of the family, we have, as a 2 48 a 1 01 p '..Beresford

of these inquiries devoted 1 I P & L d 2 10 p m265pm
consequence }
,
small and
harvest is sure to be 8 07 a438p 12 4pt ( .Ar "
some time to an examination of the various JlPt2 Orange City Juno...':. a'iia'i 2 4pin148pm

of inferior 4Hp ...... ....EnterpriseAr
quality. specialties In the line of hat fasteners 4 Ofip T1TUSVILLB Lv.Mt. 110 ao a 111150pm

the market with view of 8 40p4MI Dora
now on a
Our books tell about the proper fertilizers ( |> ,..Tavares ...... "
where the best obtainable Sanford.... Lv 'Wa'i
advising ourfriends Is 880 a 1 4ftp Ar l
for all and will send them
we gladly
crops .I..Orlando., ,, 12 111"Dally
4:a a 8 Ollp 01 p 1 12 10 pm
Jrte to any farmer.OERriAN. and something of Its meilts and 5 10 a 4 Mp .,,,..LakelandIlartow 18 pi 1020 pm
features.In 8311010/ 8 20pH 6 IS pi 5 35 amno
KALI WORKS. at lOp Ar Punta Gorda Lvi 8 28 pi 10 pm
pursuance of this object, we have 8 60 p 6 Oftp Tampa 787 pi 8 05am
Nassau St. New York.A .
93 Hotel
7B0 a Tampa Bay
made many examinations and thoroughly RATES I 830 aTu. 6*4Bli Ar Port Tampa LvLa *700pm230pm 835am!
Investigated a number of Inventions, SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW ., Thur fc SatSun.Wod&Fri. 9 OOp Port Tampa Ar Mon.TliiirAHnt
2 OOp Ar..Key West LvAr 800pm Sun. Wod &
PALACE ON WHEELS. with the result that we find what Is Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. ) Havana Lv Frl.

known as the Ideal Hat Fastener, tho The Fleet 1*ooinposed of the following Handsome New Steel Bteamers I"Comanche"

best the and hat fastenor "Cherokee "Seminole." t Daily except Sunday. JlVfon.,Wed. and Frl.
simplest -
Mow Heln Itullt for strongest (new> "Iroquois
The Florida
Kast "Algonquin
Train leaving Jacksonville 0:Vi a.m.arrives Gainesville 1:0S: p. m.,Ocala 2:00 d.m i"".1S:4
Coast Hallway Co. lly the llarney A.Smith we have examined. It la au uptodate North-Bound. : ji.m.HrooksvllleS:5Bp.m. dally.
Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Bleeping Cars between Cincinnati and lv
Car Company at a Cost of appliance. It never gets out of Steamers appointed to sail according to the tide. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open tot accommodation of dwiZ ,

*J100OOITo lie Inspected.'The order and is thoroughly reliable. The From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), a nday Tiuwirmm Union Station, Jacksonville, at p. m. nti|
ri Mondays, Wednesdays anu jnuays.Fwhourofsalllng
nfi [KATOK C. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
Ideal Hat Fastener costs less than Bohedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.
new sleeping cars being built by any ee"ClydeLfue Indian River Steamers leave Titusvllle 6:00: a. m., Mondays and Thurodnvs for St I.nri. 1
the Harney <& Smith Cur company for the device of this kind made, and is guaranteed SouthBound.ForS and intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titusvllle Wednesdays and 8aturdamnn..

Florida East Coast Railway company, unreservedly by the manufacturers.It ?&$ % with northbound W. H. COFFIN trains., O. D. ACKERLT,

are mnrveU of beauty and and show great Is the result of long-continued study FofjACK NVlSjE.FilA., both construction.Tho
In
care design .
enra aie eighty feet long over all, and expert skill, and the lady supplying Now England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

which Is seven or eight feet longer than tho aame, whose standing and responsibility (Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways)
"STEAMERS"
the lDng standaid cars of the Pullman Is unquestioned, or she would not ,
appointed to sail as follows i -
,
company./ There aro fourteen sections, JaoksonvAfe From Lewl Wharf,Boston, Florida East Coast
be mentioned la this connection, guarantees' From foot of Hoiran Street, RyTIMB
eaoh section containing upper and lower THURSDAYS. FRIDAXB.Clyde's
berth with two private rooms In each satisfaction on every one sold.

car, supplied with lavatory. In one end This guarantee Is based on the sale of St. Johns River Line.Jacksonville. TABLE NO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY IS, 1808.

of the car Is a room for the men's toilet thousands of these appliances, as was
and at' the other rnd for the John's River. SOOTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (RssdcJK
a room the St.
fully demonstrated In the course of the 'Falatka, Saaford,Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on
Indies* toiler. They must be completed The elegant Bldewheel Steamer ?*No88Ba

>by Jaumiry 8, and are to cost $100,000. Investigation made before this article "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE." "J D*"' STATIONa.Ar DslljTiKi No Til

The finished In white was written. By acting on the advice
cars are mahogany CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
...Jaokson vllle ..Ar.Lv
or li Ima Vera, richly carved and inlaid here given, editorially, our readers will Is appointed to sail as follows! 4l0p18p 10 Sua ,...84. Angustlae.. I Hip
with wood from all Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30 pm t. ,
quarters of the Leave Jacksonville, Sundays, 10 86a LTntttlf* AognsttBo. .Ar iSlp
globe, forming a very picturesque effect be placed in communication with the Leaves Sanford .- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9:00 a m 4&8p 11 HiITKS Heatings.. .. LvTV 4 3p

and elegantly shaded which produced manufacturer of the most perfect and NORTH BOUNI>. IBS Ar........: nPalaTka: \
SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. Head, '"P 10 45aBTTip .......Jalatki .Ar T8S5p
ffocts that have not been produced by satisfactory hat faBtener now on the market Read down. up. .....Han Katee... trAr TStoASJp
the A Smith ...Jacksonville.Falatka. Arrive 2.00 a. m. 820ono 7 20arra Lv ...Ban MateoZTCaerPalatka.
any except Harney company, and obtain the boat product of scientific Leave S.80 p. in.8.4ft '
Leave 8.00 m.
The main room of the car Is broken by p. in. .... 2.30 p. m. ; .;.:;.;... Xv
and mechanical skill. This useful .. Astor p. .Ormond.
8.00 a. m. < lOllp
8Up661p
1. ** aoiip
two open partitions with polished pilasters 4.80 a. m.a. ..Bt. Francis... 1.00 p. m. 1 Up D yton.*, __

device is has
Burmounted with carved caps which something every lady . .. Beresford... 12.00 a. m. lZip Port Ortuirf ., ,,
m.s T0p *
**> Kip
gives a very pleasing effect to the interior long desired, and its-invention Alls along 00 a. m. .Blue Springs.. 11.00 900s.a. m.in. T2op lA.p N w SinrrD ., SJup144p
Arrive SJH> ..I.Sanford .... 2 21r . 0 k Hill
of the a. in. > <
oar. felt want. .Enterprise 9 JO a. m.Gen'l 8 0. .TlTUH ill .
,.
9 25 a. m. p #* # * imp
The upholstering of the oar Is In olive UiiT "otnt ,
aa.p asIailg# # 12a.jp
Ladies needing of these useful inventions Jacksonville.W .
one Passenger and Ticket Office. 2Q4 W.Bay St.. 8 *
green frieze plush of the finest giade; 4)lp 1****' VfO the floor Is covered with Wilton should send 28 cents for one to"I. 8 47p a* Rorklftdn., ..*,.,.. ., 12 I8|>
heavy IRONMONGER,Jr., Fla. Pass. AKt., 4 1Bo Rah 0 lH .
I F. M. ,
H. WARUURTON. T. P. A., ! 114'slliUs
carpet of special design to match the Interior II. FM 700 South Pryor street, Atlanta. 6 Bowling Green,New York. 20* West Hay Bt..Jacksonville,Fla. 4 2Sp * eeMlb*u rDtM,, ,(*
finish of the oar. The celling la of'the See ad. on our 8th 0. P.LOV.1LL, Asst. Fla. o I JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent, SI2o0p a* btSba\HtlH'ew eeet 10 Ms
page. JBO | Jacksonville,Fla.TIIEO.
stl ,
F-) roo Hota Mt .
with blended colors kmnTnle# | | | * auUClO * illev
design
EmpIrO O. KG Kit, T. M., 8 Bowling Green, New York, niip Fort Pleroe
and gold ornamentation, which gives a CO. General A dents, 8 4ftp .............. Bio9n.. itiiitto Us
finish that has never been equalled. Your Danger Now W1W. P. CLYDE 1 So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. 6 6 p .. ....,.......,....Jensen ,. dims
The with ft Bowline;Green. New York. 7 05p ..............a......, rltuart ,. ....... 8 55*
cars are supplied full end enclosed 7 88p .. .. Hone Hound >
8 ls
vestibules built with a composite Is from the overworked condition of the 7 52p880p West Jupiter ..... 807s730s
steel and wood framing and the ends of liver and kidneys which are unable to MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. West Palm Beach...
the furnished with antitelescoping expel impurities from the blood.This 00p Liaton..... ..." 6 Shu
oars are an ..Fort Lauderdale...
44p *>>
device so that It reduces the onuses rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparillahas Florida New York 10 22p ....Lemon (ntrMlamr. 611.MH
cbanoo for injury and accident to the been wonderfully successful In curing Boston. lOBOp Ar., .. ..... Lv 3usUoTB

Jowost possible percentage.Tho this disease. It neutralizes the acid Philadelphia and HKTWEKN NEW SMYRNA ANU OKANUK CITY JUSCTIOV.
and Brnnswlok, via Port Royal, 8. C.,)to New York.PASSBNGEK .
trucks are six wheel, furnished in the blood permanently cures the From ( No funiia BTaT16M9." N"Ar
No.
I o
with Krupp steel tired wheels, steel aches and pains which other medicines SERVICE.To .
Lv........ .New Hmyrna.. TSplllLv
raxles, all put up Id a most substantial fail to relieve. Hood's Sarsaparllla is make oonneotlons with steamorajeave Jacksonville fon OUp 11 88a12J0p .. T aka Helen .... I3t p 40
imanner. the best winter medicine because It purifies Thursday at n:(>() p. m., via Fernanillna, close connection with 8 20p """"* .Orange City 12 29p l
Cumberland Route steamers at Fernanillna for Brunswick. Ar. .. ..
.Orange City Junction.
eniiohes and vitalizes the blood.It .
The exterior of the cars are painted Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernaadina.Fossentcers .
'tho standard color of tho road, which la gives help just where help Is needed.It go at onoe on board M-illory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. All trains between New Smyrna and Orange Clty Junotlon Dally .xoept Hundsr

deep oraDge, and makes the most attractive tones the stomach, stimulates the KEY
WEST AND HAVANA.
trains probably In servioe in any liver, and arouses and sustains the kid

pint of the United States. neys. It wards oft pneumonia, fevers, PROPOSED SAILINGS Tke eteamshlp City ef Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company !mt

Charles A. Morrltt, the hustling traveling bronchetls, ooldtf, coughs and the grip. Lv.New York, Pier 31E. R.,8:00p. ra., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick. Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday, aft.r arrival of train from JioaonvUle
of the Florida making oonneotlons at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leav. Key Wail Ip.
passenger agent East m. (standard tim.) on Tn.sdays, Thursday,and Batardava, arrlvlag Miami a.st mm '
Const Kallway company, and the Florida The difficulties in the path of duty FridayDeo. 3...., RIO GRANDE. ... Friday, Deo. 9 la tine te eaeuteot with north bennd train.Th. .

... 10
Friday, ..... ...STATE OF TEXAS .. .Friday,
East Coast Steamship company, Is now when forward 10 RIO GRANDE ... ... Friday, !M
disappear we go as though Friday, .v Time Tanles show the times at whloa trains and boat,may bef. p ot l tosrrlm.
in the ao
city, TEXAS .Friday,
U3 STATE OF
Friday depart frem th. a.v.ral
they were not there.Notice.. stations and parts, but th.lr arrival or departure at th. antatod
This magnificent new train will beTeady For general Information,steamers,trains, rates, em., apply to any railroad agent or toA. Is aot guaraut.ed, nor does the Oompaay hold iteelf reepon blo for any delay '
for inspection by the publlo New P. MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. aniissgnence arising th.r.from.
Tear. It Is to be one of the trains .H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.O. For eepy of looal tim.oard call at 2M Wee*Bay MtrMt, Jaeksoaville. ar addrenJ.
used In landing into Florida .H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, K. River,and 8U2 Broadway,N.Y. .F.BECKWITB,Traffle M agr. J. D. KAHNBB. A. OT..a
passengers *. AagusU.a.sJCjb .
and by steamer Into Havana In just fifty-
four hours from this In the Circuit Court, In and for Brevard
city. Special accommodations

are provided for Invalids, County, Florida: Florida Central- & Peninsular Railroad
In Chanckrv.
both in the. rail and ooean service. Day.ton -

O., News.C. Aaron A. TtoOrauw,

Norman bin wife It.Esther vs.Johnstone Johnstoneet. and } Bill Mortgage to Foreclose, New Florida & Northern Air-Line & Florida Trunk Line. 5"therriolv

A, Meriltt, traveling passenger al.IT .
Time Table In Effect 0, 1808.No .
tkgent of the Florida East Coast Itallroad appearing by the affidavit of D.L.Oanlden, July

company, arrived In tho city yesterday attorney for the complainant In this cause,
and last night was aeon at the Randall that the defendants, Norman It. Johnstone Railwa
;
and his wife Rather Jonnstone *
are non-res!* -v
hotel, lie has Just returned from a
trip donte of the fltato of Florida, and are both over
through Cuba and is filled with Information too age of twenty-one years,and that there Is do
regarding that country. person In the Stato of Florida service of a subpoena
whom would bind the said defendants
upon
about Cuba 'and bis
In road
talking Norman H. Johnstone and Esther John
he said: stone, anil that the said Norman It. Johnstone
"It. M. Flagler's new line to Havana, and Esther Johnstone reside at and their address M03T EIOELLEKT 8EEVI0E OFFERED OUT OF rLOBIDA.
Is Metnlto Art Co., No. 1(1.1 Bishop street,
via Miami, Is a big saving in time, as the Anderstnn, (llnsucow,England, so said atttant Is
-distance from Miami to Key West is only Informed and believes. It la therefore ordered NORTH EAST WEST.TIXItOTJOK .

J23 miles, iuslde route; Nassau, one of'the that the defendants, Norman K. Johustone and ,
his wife Esther Johnstone,be required to appear
Uritish Kit miles
possessions, only ; and answer complainant's bill of complaint on
Havana, direct, 208 miles; Mantanzas, the BVLXJO.Jk.tt DRA-WINO KOOM CARS, DINIKO CAB*

ISO miles; Santiago do Cuba, 004 miles; SIXTH DiVOr FEBRUARY, A D 1800, THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIBT7LED TRAINS."VVASHINOTON .
San Juan, 8l'J; miles. This makes a or said hill will be taken as oonfessed. and the
saving from 100 to S00 mlloH with up-to- oomplalnant be allowed to proceed ex parte with

date day and night services on the railroads said uause.It AND "
Is further ordered tht this order he published SOUTHWESTERN LIMITOD.
having their own sleeping und oiioo- each week for elaht oonseeutiie *
palace cars.Connections. weeks In the Indian Riven Advocatk, a newsJiaper Through Veatibuled Drawtng-Room Sleeping Care b.twesn Tampa and !<*

are made at Miami with published. at Titusvllle, Brevard county, via JacksonvlU., bavaonah and Columbia, without ebaaga

the now steamers, Miami, the Lincoln Witness the Hon. Minor 8. Jones, Judge ofsuid UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
West runs diieot to Key West."The the court. house at Titusvllle, this December Pullman Drawing Room Baffat Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Ns*
mh, ihw.dooKl ;
starting point for this line Is OS A. A. STEWART. Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville. .

Jacksonville, then St. Augustine, the (Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court, Washington. Baltimore and PhiladelpWPtillmaa
oldest city In the United States, formerly

a Spaatsh possession, with Its historical DrawlnrRoom Chattanooga sod
Citation.riTtlK Sleeping Cars to Macon. Atlanta,
points, and at the end of the railroad is ClaeUuatt, with elose connection for Loalsville and the Northw.st

Miami, the youngpst elty la the, United
States, with paved streets nnd modern next of kin of Joe Lemon, who died Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
I domiciled In Brevard county, Florida,about *.SHancl.'ll in tks connontlnn for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4:.10 p. in. and 8:40 p.'mrespectively. t"LAND
up-to-date hotels. The Snst Coast of lct. 10th, 1HU8, and all others whom it may For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9.48 a. m., with through aleepers, arriving Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville. Through
\ Florida has eight hotels under the management ooncern,are hereby untitled that six weeks after New Orleans 7:40a. in. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from ixew Orleans

of some of the boat hotel men the first publication hereof, to-wit: IiecemberJ.irti 8:Up.m. OP THE SKY."
lu the country and first-class accommodations. A D Isim, ami their failure to apply for administration SLEEFINO CAR SERVICE.Nos. .

Three, at St, Augustine and a Hatch or some on his creditor estate,of 1 said will estate appoint of Oeo.N. Joe. .via M and Asheville.38 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville* and the'.CInctnnatl

number of private ones, besides one atOrmond Lemon, or other lit 1 person to administer on bis Steeper Nos.37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and Xew York In connection with **' "a InformaMee ae te rates, echednles. eleeplna ear reservations, st*. f>Taaj
two at l'diu lieaoh, two at estate lu Florida. and U ami 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. .* insMUi aouxasaa BalLWav or lis eoaaeotiosaL.
Miami, and two at Nttsaau. It will only P. L. OAULDEN, No.3 carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta anil Chattanooga. This Is brought to
Titusvllle,Flit./ County Judge.Dee. Jacksonville by No.3J.
ho a matter of time that Havana will All baggage will be oheok.it from Union Depot. Tickets will (till be sold at the elty ticket jackionvU!*. P
liave hotels up-to-date, such as those miller tilth, 10*. S&lectM.Notice office,202 Homin Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket ornoe.K. A. SHTPMAH, Florida Pmi Ag*.. 11J Weit Bay Stree.. ;

the control of the East Coast hotel W. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. R. M 4.R.HIIALL,Ticket Agent,202 W Bay St.. cor. J.M.0TJLP. V.A.TDEI. MLHAEDWWWaaaUFtea.
Hogan, Jacksonville. WALTER GOLEM VN, Gen'l Traveling Acent,Jacksonville.O. .
eystein. of Drawing of Jury.rpHK M. HOLDKN,T. P.A., Bt.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MacDOXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. ibU 1
"It Is perfectly safe for any one to goto D. 0 WaaaiaflM. D. Q.

Havana at this time, or any of .the Judge of the Countv Court and the May i, i8 southern lesoits. The East Coast Line J sheriff of Brevard countv. Florida, will Homo-Grown
of Floild.i will be the close connection meal with the Clerk of tbs Circuit Court at FOR SALE.
...
the clerk's ofllce, at Titusvllle, Brevard county,
to bur new possessions. Tho railroad Florbla, on Tuesday, December 27th, A. D. Ixuh,
and steamship line Is under the management at II o'clock a* in., for the purpose of drawing
of such men ax J, It. Parrott, vice- the jury to serve al the Apeclnl Term of tho Circuit PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
Court* Brevard county, Florida, whtcb said
J. I IJeckwith traftio
president; manager court convenes on the tilth ilav of January,A,D.
; and J. 1). Rahner, A. O. I*. A." Mint,being the third Monday thereof.The Of tho following Varieties :
Fort Herald. puullo will take notice and be governed
Wayne
accordingly. Abbaka Porto Rleo Egyptian Queen Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smooti
Witness my hand anil seal of the oourt this ,
1.1th day of iSeoemtier, A. 1>. 1HSH.A. .
Pernunbnco and Red
Why are poultry the most profitable A. STEWART, Cayenne, Spanish.

creatures on a farm ? For every grata4hey (seal) Clerk Circuit Court, Apply to O. C. MATTIIAMS, Florida Piaeapple Co., s ifi

give a peck. Brevard Co., Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla.



INDIAN BIVEB ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, 1898.

i

HOTELS AU-tlic-year-round. HOTELS St. Augustine.
STATE TEACHERS'TION. ASSOC IATbe SOCIETIES, ETC.


ATLANTA, OA. The St. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Mrs. INDIAN 1UVEK GUARDS.

George Drill at the Armory, over ,
meeting of the Florida StatoToaohers' county Jail every
C. D. Tyler, Owner and Mg'r. fueaUsy eveulnir In ilia month, at 8 o'clock.
Association to be held in St. U. It. BTKWAHr, Captain.Y. .

Corner of the Plaza and St Augustine from Deconber 27th to 30th,
George Street. In the
very center of the city. promises to be the most successful one P. S. C. K.
Strictly first-class
In every respect. Kates: $2.60 day and Meets everv
per upward hold. Siimluy evening- 8.Tfl o'clock
ever The
Special weekly and Benson rates.PALATKA.. program Is now ready st (he Presbyterian church.
and will be printed In a few days. While

enough of the old' and tried speakers are INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TK.VPLARS.Tltiiavllle .

on the program to make It conservative, Lodge No. IT mout* every Tuesday 9*
ffssaJOTEL evening 7:'K) In
l'realiyterlan church,
there is a large Infusion of new and nioetlnss nral Tueailuy In wen uioiitli. l'ubllo H

Graham Hotel young blood which will no doubt throw C. A. OARDNER, G. W. SCOIUK,
PALATKA BLORIDA. Sou't. C. T.
enough tire nod enthusiasm Into the discussions

to make them Interesting. Besides

The only Brick Hotel In town. Electrio lights and bells. Open the year the dlsousstona by a large number C1IUHCIIKS.KISCUPAL .
round. Service strictly first-class.
of Florida's representative teachers

we
,
Kates: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month,(and to families.Mns. have procured the services of Dr. JnmosL. 2ml and 4tli CHURCH.Barvlaea .
Sundays
In
M. L. BARNIIAKT, Hughes, of Totonto, Ontario, who month. at II a. 1.1.ami TiOp.: m. Hunday ecliool each
every Buniluy at .((>
: s. in.
Proprietress.OltSIOND will entertain and Instruct us with some 8 p. m. on weiliieailuya. Litany Mervlut 1 ra.ver, at
of the crisp Ideas of frosty Canada.It rrlilay st 10 s. m.Arcluloncon. every
It. F. IIhown, Hector.Kvenfii .
Is a part of every teaoher'a professional

equipment to have a personal l-aKSHYTRRIANCHURCH.

HOTEL knowledge of the various parts of our Services every PuMmth nt 11 a. m.anil 7-to p.m.
GOQOINA ORJIONDBl'THESEA, FLA. state, and especially places of note like Sunt Humlny Prayer school at >I:4A a. in., Goo. W, Mooble,
inivtlnir on
Weilnnaony
St. Augustine. It Is a part of every at7w.: Hie imlilio are oorillully Invited evening to at*
Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf teacher's duty to attend the tend our services.
Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling. meetings of Rov. I. V. HOWARD, Pnator.11APTIST .
Sea Food a Specialty. his professional brethren. The F, S. T.A. .

ARAGON. Atlanta, ga. MRS. M. VANCE, Proprietor. makes this easy for you to do by procuring CHURCH.Preaohlnicevery .

.. The Palace Hotel low rates on railroads and cheap aecond and fourth Sundays
of the South. ninrnliiK and evening.
American and European plans. We cordially Invite the MELROSE board at hotels and boarding bouses. Weilneadny even Inn at Prayer 7IKI o'clock Meetiiiirn, bunds every*
patronage of the HALL
Lmerclal, Business and Tourist travel. best ORMOND FLORIDA.flii Local Sahool every Sunday at 9:4/1: / a. m. aIho
Centrally located arrangemlnts In St, Augustine rlrnt preachln -
only three blocks Sunday st I. () All
U depot at highest range. are
Union point In cordially
and
city away from all noise are In the hands of home Invited to aiumd.
dirt and and
smoke people
we
Lm twins. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine On the Halifax River, and one mile from the Sea; situated In a''grove E. N. Hull, Pimtor.
Uny hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Kates unexcelled palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and of have been assured by them of very reasonable

150to JI.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per dav. American plan, water. First-class In every respect.2T" heated by hot rates ranging fiom one dollar per METHODIST CHURCH.Reeular .

GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. day at boarding bouses to three dollars services every flrat, third ami fonrlh

Address: SCOBIE A LIPPINCOTT. at the Alcazar hotel.We Sunday* at 11 and 7i: >0 p. ni, Sunday
? Sunday at lii.tx) a. in. EpworttIII.
have received the very kindest assurance [.eairue eiuln Bumluy at S:.'10 p. m. l-rayef mentTliureday -

Holland ATLANTA, GA. TITUSVILLE.iitidijlit at tho hands of the railroad officials Ladle evory*' Aid Soolety ululitat nipctn e\ery 7:00 o'clock.Wednesday The

27-20 Auburn Avenue. ; and, while definite pledges have at services.s 4)0 p. ni. Ever)hody welcome at our churcli

eiTTEiie not yet been made, we can snfely rely on Rev. A. I>. PKS'NEV, raator.

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern ZEazoorzEXTITUSVILLE-,, our usual rate of one cent a mile of
Conveniences.Mhb. travel to all who become members of the CATHOLIC CHURCH.

F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress Association; and the opportunity will be Church Services at 10 s, in. every Sunday, In new
bulldliiK, North 'lltuevlllo.
given to every teacher, advanced student, oatechlam at 8 p. in, Chlhlrea's
Bates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1020. INDIAN RIVER, or friend of education to booome a mem- Kiev. J. K. O'Hoylk,Rector.MINICII'AL. .

FLORIDA.J. bar by the payment of the annual fee of

one dollar. .
MACON, OA.
There will be an attempt made to
G. BAST, procure TOWN COUNCIL.
an excursion to Miami and Palm
Mayor) Adhemar
MACON, OA. Manager.ff Beach, and to other points of interest. Ixon, W, R. Krmx,Ilraily Jim. Ir.I aldermen walker, Minor I .Tnn M.S.
1DGERT0N Joiia>-, V. I..
HOUSE lliH.lvj aaneanort
Full and further Information John Henryi
will be nleikand trcaanrvri '. S,
Next to "Brown Schuyler; marshal
House. sent out from and col lector i M. p. .lonea,
Open all the Year. time to time. Tho program meeta first Tueadny In each moiith.IIOARI |r The council

Facing the passenger station, and'convenient 1 of exercises will bo published In
ipana the door. Choice rooms from 60o. to $1.to Restaurant all parts of the city. Street the next number of the Exponent and of ) OK TRADE.Judire .
convenient. Only a tew minutes
Address the Journal; and the ofliclal bulletin Ntecta every aei-ond M edneaday
Edgerton House 4 th St. walk from Railway staons month iiljtht'ln each
Macon, Oa. when at HiHio'rlock: In rooms over
and steamboat land- completed can be procured by addressing M. 8. JimtM. prealcent) Wnj/iAl.pontonlce.Brown,
ngs.On the Chairman of the Executive treanureri .1.fl. Unst, secretary,

JACKSONVILLE..otel the banks of the Committee,

CT far-famed Indian River.KOCKLKDOK. Each'county supeilntepdent Is requested COUNTY OFFICERS.

to Hie at once .a iciiuUIUon for as

Placid Opened e<- many ofliclal bullotins as will furnish all M. Dlxnn SCHOOL, HOARD.t' .
Tltnavlllni
January, 1894 his touchers and advanced students and Coaos) S. P. Olbhs, Melbourne.R. N. Andrews,

j the center of the city, on Main Street, the During the month of December will friends of education who 'will probably
fcblock from dividing line between east and west be conducted attend.No .
Bay. In
Everything entirely new. family style. Opened COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W.
Elegantly furnished .
Inrds.fuperlor Special Cuisine rates and Service.by the week.Bus meots all trains. Terms $2.60 per throughout day and, New Rockledge Hotel regularly January 2nd. Shell roads, effort will be spared to make this Mendel. II,, Sharps, Bhnrpnn, nhalrmant Jnaepb
LaOranire
JOHN S. BOWEN the grandest meeting bold : .1. It. Walker, lltuavlilei
-proprietor. Horses every by Jno.
boats for fishing, and Daimler Association. our Iteftiihir Houaton aoNslona, Kail Gnlllei .1.N. Waller, Ankons,
are held tint
launch; all for of month. Monday lu aeb
use
guests. Rates, J. n. FlTLKS
,
the Travelers' Hotel. Mw $2.50 and $3 per day. Special weekly Chairman Exeoutlve Committee. COUNTY OFFICIALS.

. On Indian River. rates until January ISth. Send for W. E. Kniblok, L.Minor S. Jonna, Tltiiavllle, circuit Indira I T>.
FLA.Management.
1 Gaulden,
booklet. H. P. SHARES, Proprietor President. Oolilamlth, Tltiiavllle Tltiiavllle, county Judjtej M.
proaecutlnK
FELIX
GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rockledge, Fla. > A. A. StewartTltuavillo I ITltiiavllle olerk ulroultcnart" attorney; J.I

FLORIDA STATE TEACHERS* ASSOCIATION ,tax collector W. Hall,
John
Henry,Tltuavlll
Lights, Electrio Bells, Baths, Complete Service. T. AUUusti'no, fla., Deo'. 20, 181)8Jan. treaaiirer; J. II. Bams, Courtenay, auiierlnteadent *-,
puullo Instruction
WEST PALM | J. O. Fries.Tltusville
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. BEACH. I, lxoo.On ooun j surveyor| J.I*. Drown,Tltusville, sheriff.Homoepatbic .,

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor December !iS, 20 and 27, agent* on
to stop at the Travelers.1FERETT the J., T. & K. W. Ry., are authorised to

Seminole Hotel soil round tilp tickets to St. Augustine

limited to January 1, 1800 at the follow

HOTEL ing rates to teachers and school officials
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.tsrgest OPEN ALL THE TEAR.
on presentation and
surrender of certificates
Dyspepsia Powders.
WEST PALM from
BEACH
best, and FLORIDA. county superintendents,
coolest
"tor, baths, bell ; choic* room! for summer, $1,150, $2, $."?> $5 weekly. This hotel is substantially built of brlok, and has every convenience. Close to showing tbem to be entitled thereto:
service, etc. the railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains. Boats From Orange Park J $l. Cures
GARVIN attached to the, hotel, o; Peoria, J Indigestion.Sour Stomach Emotions
QILMAINE, Manager. with fishing tackle on board for the use of $1.1S: Green Cove
guests. Rases from Springs J
W. W. TIDD $2.00 and $1.39, via
per day
Proprietor.otel Belchlngs Piles
upwards; special rates by the week or month. Pslatka, $1 10; Bostwlck, 80c; Sauuma, Itching of

GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. 80o; Hlsco, 80o; Pomona, sftc; Como. 90o; Skin, Liver Troubles, Palpitation
Huntington, 00o: C. City Junction, $1.00; of the Heart, etc.Diiieotionsi .
Roseland Seville, $1.19; Pierson, $1.20; Eldridge,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. $1.30; Barbervllle, $1.80; DeLeon Springs,
$1.40; Glen wood; $1.00; Beresford, $1.(10( ; A powder before meaht,
"I TOUT way South DeLand, $1.70Orange; C. Junction. $1,70 nod at bedtime.
at
stop Roseland: ;
nl' Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling Sanford, $1.05; Enterprise, $1.00Osteon;
cour' Hotel ,
,
to7 croquet grounds and other Connolly $1.00 Mlms and
amusements. Roseland must be MIAMI, FLORIDA. ; Tltusville, $2.30; Paola,

Jacksonville.appreciated.Located If you come on St.to John's Florida this winter, call and see us. The Tavares$2.05; Sorrento, $1.00.J $2.30; Mt. Dora, $2.40; Twenty Fowders, 29 cents.

per day; Special weekly rates.Mbs. River.. Take car at station. Tran12.00 Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the week.O. via Jacksonville; the other rates Depot*

P. HUNTINGTON, shown above
apply via
only Palatka.
A. M. VanHAAFTEN, Manager.BH. Proprietor.KJT .
Tickets must be stamped or endorsed SAMUEL EDEN. H. D
In ink, "Good for continuous
OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I Invito your Attention to nay Complete Stock of only." Certificates must be attached passage to t BHOOKLTN, N. X.

Opposite St. James Hotel.hom.ment your ticket report. 1. 10 Bushwlck Avenue.

to a11 pttrts ot the ct7, > commodious rooms, comfortable and -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4 G. D. Ackkuxv,

ant ./ 1d *Peolal efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasonvllle Gen'l Pass. Agt.AN COTTON *
Vflry ren80nabe', ,v tho Oxford a trial when in Jack,- Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds ot Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware Gran EUNEM
,
Iteware, doors, sasli and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers. Ice '
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr.ST. freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, (tardea cream tools ENGLISH SWORDSMAN.MaJ. .
plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry NETTING.
and barbed wire, netting J. A. McGulre In the City, After anAbaene .. .

AUGUSTINE. Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed Paints. of Ten Years.MaJ. .

J. A. McGulre, who will be
Please "Write for Pricetloniof remembered
.me I
/? respectfully solicit
your patronage. Mail Order* g-lveiT Prompt and Careful Attention, sod Inquiries a por-for by a groat many people as the .v.v.>. .v .v.v.v-v
price*answered promptly.
Algonquin Hotel. champion swordsman who visited Jacksonville

. M. JBJm Cr-H.U JbJJLiXIrt.* at the time of the exposition, FISHING TACKLE.

King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. West Palm Beach, Fla.GOIIVO ten years ago, has arrived here, this
being his first visit since Superior quality Linen
Refitted, newly furnished and under that time. GUI Netting?
new management. Centrally located NORTH f Major McGulre, although still a young made from Knox's Scotch thread.

Hear all points of Interest. Large sample man, bos sera service In the British army, Samples and estimates cheerfully furn

room for use of traveling men. Over TRAVEL YIA THE "TIFT0N ROUTE." has served in India, and was la the Afghan ished. Corks, .Leads, Lines, etc.,
looking Plaza and
Monuments. A full
of J. 8. JOIIN'SOK
war 1878. He
was with the A CO.
view of the ocean and rolling breakers expedition ,
from the piazzas. Baths electrio sent to the relief of General Gor Manufacturer,
,
gas,
bells and a perfect system of sewerage.W Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee don terrible at Khartoum battle of, and Tel-el-Ke-blr.took part In the 131 South St, BALTIMORE, MO.
Li2-0010? He
""- *2-50 per day. Special rates by the week. River wears the Victoria cross, received for

C. F. COX, Proprietor. Route. gallant Major conduct McGulre In the Is known Afghan as war.a great ... BOY OR SElt...

The Georgia Southern Bonds
hibitions of his skill all &
Buckingham ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. over tbis
and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and W st, and operates the When here during the exposition country.he ,

NOW OPEN. Wx, P. Kesxey, Manager. finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville *Ia Macon, an exhibition In a contest with J.gave M. POSTAGE STAMPS.

If Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, (and the Barton. While In the city ha hopes to Largest stock In the world. Address
foil DAYTONA, FLA.Ebjtest. Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. arrange another contest, and Issues a CUAS.
*oWOP challenge to any person In Florida to D. BARKKK, Atlanta, Oa.
L. Caswell, Manager. For further Information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc., meet him, either with the broadsword,
') write or call on foils, rapier, bayonet, single stick or
Hotel Hibiscus PALM BEACH, FLA. HUGH H. RICHARDSON. Gen. ?uarterstaff, either on horse or on foot, WAMTKD-SEVTEItAL mana TRUSTWORTHY s our business Per.
Agt. le In
will wager for any amount. Any their own and nearby eoantles.
Open Dec 24. Leox H. Ciiabt, Mg'r. 7 Hogan St; Jacksonville. Interested oan communicate with one office work oonducted at home. Salary II Is atrajght mainly
Wm. CHECKLIY SnAW. O. Major Suoo a year and
A. MACDONALD expenaee
McGulre in nennlte, bonatldo,
of the no
GEORGE C. HOWE, Proprietor. Vice-President, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt. Citizen. Times-Union care Times-Union and Citizen. and Kiuilnee more, no ael leas( ddraeae salary.
bert E.IUm, Preel.,Dept.tt,Chicago,, Her



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, 1898.



towed, here by the steamer Nyanza and are put on their winter run to Palm & GRAHAM
the doctor's own launch. Dr. Houghton's Beach. At present the St. Sebastian is ROBBINS
between Tltusville and St. Lucie (Successor to Lovett A Carroll.)
genial wife took pleasure In showing our plying
imm reporter over this novel dental craft, and River, a line run of over 1H( ) miles. FRUITS and VEGETABLES
found GROCERIES of All
upon a cursory examination, we Kin
that It contained a dental oflloe fitted upIn Never fail to rend our Inside pages.
grand style. The Dentos houseboatIs You will always find sotnothlng to lnterost PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited

atisiyii composed of four apartments: The you.A WILL TITUSVILLE .
FLORIDA.ZE3.
front room-la the largest and contains UNITED STATES COURTS. .
his office. In the front of this room Isa 53T" As an advertising medium, no
large glass door and around the room paper on the East Coast oan beat the
Asso'ion.Funioin are transoms of handsome stained glass, AdVocatb. Olve us a trial advt., L. T2j JZDmZm z B
Amieuser-Bnscli Brewing of Title Famished O.
The all fully scieened against Insects. The and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. ABSTRACTS

St. Ixmln Keg and Bottled Deer and large dining room In room.the roar The Is other used as two a kitchen rooms for Lands la Brevard and Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, I

Bold by Miilfl,I.o loy&Motlow, Tltusville, Fla.Ity are used as store and bath rooms, Numetous And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
Mr J 1) Oral.I), C<>cou, Kla.Ily lockers with shelves makes eveiythlng HEAR & TAYLOR Counties.We Gre,
Mr. W.J. fucker, Kurt i'ieroe, Kla. tank to Food and Wheat. We aie the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive!*
handy. A large copper the above line of goods. We Invite your cotrespondence and solicit your

...JOSEPH ZAPF... hold furnishings water,Is with located handsome amidships.curtains The, Artesian WellCONTRACTORS have a large List Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BltO., Tltuavlllo patrons,FlaIiosloy


Wholesale Beer and Liquors. makes, and everything those who attractive visited the and boat homelike this of Lands owned by

week have been loud In Us praises. Dr.

West Bay Street, Houghton says tbat he Is on a pleasure Eaa Gallle Fla.MILLINERY. ourselves and clients. c& Motlow
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and business cruise, and will go south as ,
far as Cocoanut Grove.
The Dentos has been lying at the Price for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)

Indian Hirer hotel wharf, Tltusville, all
HENRY R.THOMASXJ the week, where Dr. and Mrs. Houghton lands $3 to $100 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Vines, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and Wnlsii

have been receiving numerous visitors. ... Bottled Beers Ales and Stont.A
,...LA VILLA PHARMACY. per acre.WE .

Keeps all Kinds of VALUABLE PLANT. and DRESSMAKING. First-class Line of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Table

have a few Residence, Orange Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention elven to inorders.
Pare Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles.Prloes Our Tlbbals correspondent writes usa la desirable Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW, Tltusville,?
which will Pineapple Properties
and
follows regarding a plant Orove
to suit. make superior jams and jellies: locations. Prices Reasonable.

601 Adams St., cor. Madison, A plant, known here as "Jamaica Jambs Pmtchard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:]
FLA. Sorrel," Is attracting a good deal of attention C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
JACKSONVILLE, In this place this year; as It was J TITUSVILLEOFriCBS
first Introduced here last season as an -. j and MIAMI>
ornamental plant, it Is very desirable. It
STATE
INDIAN RIVER BAI
Fancy I'lnoapplo Slips & Suckers grows very bluff, about six feet high,

lor Sale.Abbakas and the foliage Is of a dark green, and Write Quick....
when in bloom It Is simply beautiful; asIt Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.
and when SCHOLARSHIP. ( )
'fruiter, FREE
Golden Is always a proliflo FOR
Egyptian Queen,
and the blossoms open, It is a mass of creamy Authorized capital, $100,0(
Smooth Cayenne
Quoon, Porto Rico, flowers, about two and a half Inches RAILROAD FARE PAID. Paid
up capital,
Red Spanish. Apply to with crimson centie. The fruit, $25,0''
across, a
Haddock A M attiiams, Guaranteed. Average deposits
when ripe, is a dark crimson color, from Positions $160,0
'Palm Uoach Pinery,
West Palm Uoach, Fla. which the growers make a sauce that all the Year to both Sexes.OA.ALA. .
to tell from cranberry Open
will take a good judge Transacts a General BankiBusiness.
sauce. They also make jolly and BUSINESS COLLEOF,
For Sale, jams that are delicious. The plants Mall OidersGuaranteed. Solicited, Satisfaction Macon, Ga.B3T" .
grow well on sandy soil with but little .

Ten thousand aero* Turpentine Land, cure tings., and Seed can should be grown be planted from seed in or January cut Mrs, Helen W. Reynolds, Reading notloe ads. on this pag Largest and Oldest Bank on the Bi

In St. John's county, near transpottation. or February; the fruit matures InNovember. Tltusville, Fla. ire live cents per line per week. Exchange sold on all Foreign Count

.
Sixteen Thousand acres In one body,

near Tltusville, on Indian Kiver, well Masons, Attention tA ESTABLISHED 1880. As Pritobard.W.B DIRECTORS HARNETTIPreillof iJ

timbered. the National Bank ot Jacksonville),jlDdrkbb
COUHTt.ANU BOCKMAN, regular communication of Indian (Vice-President National U u|
22, Hogan street, River Lodge, No. 00, will be held onFilday Bond Lumber Co. Jacksonville), and W, M. Ubowm.aW .
Jacksonville, Fla.'House December 23, 1808, at 7:00 p. m. | CORRESPONDENTS.
sharp, at their lodge rooms,Indian Kiver Seaboard National Hank of >.ew York|
hotel, Tltusville. Your attendance is Manufacturers of and Dealers In National Bank of Jacksonville.TI'JTlJSS'VXIjI
for Sale.A at that meeting,
particularly requested E. IT-L..
there will be an election of officers SIDING CEILING
well-flnlshed as LATH SHINGLESFLOORING
LUMBER
substantial, ,
good, for sale InTltusville. for the ensuing Masonio year; also for ,
house
nine-room, two-story the payment of annual dues.By .
Will sell cheap If sold soon. older of W. M.J. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
Inquire on the premises.M. Mkndbl, Secretary. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
D. L. Dodson.
Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills af&onds Mills, on J T. Died In Tltusville. and Tltusville.
Wanted,
That Christmas Is almost upon us,

By a practical man, chargo of orange John Wesley Williams died at the be the fine display of Holiday Goods t|
understands the residence of his father-in-law, Mr. T. X. FOR Sett
,
grove. Thoroughly last, the Kith $3.20 we are showing in Shaving
has had 10 Rand, on Friday night
business In all Its branches; tool ch
mechanics and toy
Inst., and was buried by the side of his Chests for ,
years experience. R. W. Burtox, brother-in-law In the Tltusville cemetery Sent to us by Express, postofflcc order or New York Exchange, we will for the boys, Cups, Saucers and FiCrockery.
Address,
afternoon. Deceased was send you by Express, CIIARGE fit EPA ID, and
Merritt, Fla.JJlrds on Saturday Our stock Is complete,
born on July 2, 1845, at Burstem, Staffordshire that
FULL galore,
England. Ills many friends FOUR QUARTS can find Christmas gifts
and Animals Mounted regret his death, and condole with his Seven-Year-Old useful and will be appreciated by the
Of the Celebrated
widow and little daughter In their sad cipient. .

In the best style. Address, It. C.Scrimgeour loss.
taxidermist, Washington Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
/ avenue (corner of Main street), Tltusville A Mew Lamlnr KIrni.On .

Fla.MRS. W*nhl In TT.AIN.PACKAOES, no marks to indicate contents (which will avoid all comment
Saturday last, Mr. Frank Bond, ofDeLand > When you got it and test It If It Is not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and
was In town for the purpose of your#3 20 will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey Is as good as any$6 00 goods in the market.We JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,
Decker ACo. are close at linnd and can Kive you (tUICKER DELIVERY than distant houses. We have
HOUSE sale of the L. U.
BOARDING the
DEISNER'S closing iHten dotnir business In this rttv and at the same stand for over 15 YEAR!*, and aa to our RESPONSIBILITY
lumber yard, situated near the J., AND RBI'UTAIION for honest dealing,we rater you to any merchant here, or to .
TITUSVILLE, FLA. T. & K. W. K'y station. The new IIrtilth the editor of this paper. Tltuavlllo, 3r"lo.
e Bond Lumber Co. will carry a big SOLOMON A LEVI,
stock of lumber, and an ad. bidding for 1928 A 10.10 First Avenue,

Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. A share 8th of your patronage Read it., will bo found P. O. Box No. 3.1. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
on our page.
NOrtCEt We pay Express Chances to all point* reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY Carpets Mattings and Rugs.
When In need of White and Bye Bread, Our Kiver Steamers. ," lint to points on lines of other Express Companies, we prepay only to points where ,;
,
Pies, Cakes, etc, go to Mrs. Dolsner's Southern Express Company transfers to said other Express Company. .

City hotels Bakery.and families Yachts supplied.A boarding. houses, The Indian River steamer St. Sebastian THE LARGEST STOCK/AT LOWEST PRICES,
having been put in thorough trim for the
winter travel, the St. Augustine followed The Bee HiYe Dry Goods and Millinery Store
suit. The latter, after being on the Fall Patterns are now being received.
STORYOF THE SEMINOLES.A at Lake Worth for about two
ways weeks, returned to Tltusville last Saturday Is one of the Best and Cheapest Honses In Jacksonville.... Linoleums
Few Words From the Author. having been thoioughly overhauled. Awnings .and a Specialty.H. .
Both steamers aie now In excellent condition
214 F St., Nohtiiwest, I and it will not be long ere they LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, E. CLARK,
Washington, D. C, Deo. 17, 1808. J
Silk Waists and Skirts of all description kept In stock and made to order. Afirstclass 38 West Bay St.,

Editor Indian River Adiorate : East Coast Meat Market line of Gents' Furnishing Goods and a new line of Millinery to select Jacksonville! I

Dear Sir notice: A copy of my of jour new book paper, "Ked containing from. You will find our Pilces Right, and Mall Orders promptly attondod to.Wilte .

Patriots: the Story of the Seminoles," Isat us, or when In town give us a call, and you will be pleased.
O. F. DUREN, Agent. ESTABLISHED
1875.
hand, for which please accept thanks. Address J. WEISS, Proprietor,
"one fault'' with the book Is
Your 21 A 23 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
sure to disappear when you read It care Wra. A. BOTJItS & CO....
fully. The costumes of Osceola and

Hilly Bowlegs Indeed of all the porti GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE]
alts are true to life ami the earlier ,
customs of these Indians. The poitraltsof Insecticides and Powder Guns.Read .
Osceola, and Nog. 1, 2, 4 and B, were 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We o
painted from life In the year 18.18, by the handle only fie best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock:
famous Oe rge Collin, and their correctness Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Orlts, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both Drigu
testified to by army offlcors at Fort the following from Mr, Brown, so well known on the East Coast : dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

Moultrie (soe page 108.) See also Cotlln's ps "IIypoi.uxo, Fla., Nov. 18, 1898."MR. Star Hrand FertllUers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertlllw'.Pi ,
statements, page 107. See statement C. R. TYSEN, Bone, Nitrate Boila, Muriate of Potash,Sulphate rotanh, Kainit, eio. These Ieruii
to John superior in the market,and s trial will convinee. Send for Catalogue free.
of the Cherokee delegates enTitUHville "Jacksonville, Fla :

Uosa You, page foiget t)8. that the Seminoles of today Florida. "Dear Sir: I have been using the Laurel Green I got from you this season
not the same as those of sixty on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal it. There is not a worm
years are ago. Up to the opening ot the 7vears THE MOST COMPIJSTB to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster is nut required.' It Is
well and J. "
tomatoes BROWN.
war, they were a wealthy and a acting on eggplants. (Successor to B. nirsch.)
hippy people. It was a common thing Electrical Supply House Write to me (Clins. It. Tjscn, Jacksonville) for pamphlets mid
WHOLESALE
for many to wear ostrich plumes, purchased quotations.
from the traders. Osceola was .THE JOHNSON LAW CO..
famous for always wealing three ostrich FRUITS AND PRODUCE*
plumes. These Indians weie noted tor EL.EGTIUCIANS,
their fantastio dress, which is not uncommon
Florida. Chance of Life Time !
to this day. Tom Tiger and Jacksonville. - a
the plumes ofheions.
others have often worn
." I have examined costumes and Fish and Gai
ornaments worn by the Indians of Billy Oysters

fl>wlegs' day, and they correspond with ..A magnificent property will be sold at a. ,
the portrait of that chief, lllllo Bowlegs .. ...
portrait Is a daguereotype, and 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, OA. J

therefore true to life. I have spent REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies, the Capital City Bank, Hjr J
years la the study of the Seminoles, and Paper Co., Atlanta, Ga.; The National Baak, A Kaiser A Bro., "J1**' hl
my greatest effort has been to make GENUINE BARGAIN. Guckenblmer A Sons, Herman A Kayton, Eckman A Vetsburg, avsA. -

my history-an authoilty. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Yours sincerelv,
Chahlks II. Cok.
About eight acres of drove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, containing '

DENTOS.On a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
THE
ARRIVAL OF In Brevard County.

of Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to the .__ -i* j.bonnets. Bicyclists will And it a Bl
Sunday afternoon the blowing a
Churches, Stores, etc, of both.
whistle caused our reporter *
steamboat '<>r l
to wend his way to the steamboat wharf, For further particulars, apply to The most useful and salable Invention out. No hat pins require1

at this place, where we discovered the WALTER GOODYEAR, f0rpf
dental of Dr. F. II. "V for Great Inducements to agents. Quick sales and large proflts. e
Hosting palace Edison LaLanda cell, type ,
Depfc A.,3 to 7 W. 20th St., ,
Houghton, of Daytona, snugly moored. Ignition. ulars and circulars. Address, "I. If. F," No. 700 South Pryor St. c|
been marl no gas engine New York, N. Y. *"
She had Just arrived in port, having B3TPrompt attention given.









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