Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 28, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00048
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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. . at PJ O.g b'Pf. 7. are to ooet all the loUnge with pot bySunday, when the party \ '
daughter by keeping "
f HE STATE : The aite. ha* c.dea. Bk.) THE.. CABBAGE on.In-all This to evrtelnly tke Method 1na e THENEWS'S) arrived In' ondon. 'Mr.Oarnegle, how. (PIGEON..RAISING failure with another poultry Fraona_. _who-|are Oo .
ly caeea where can be safely felt wore yesterday evening and,
ever coed with ,
pigeons ..

't f OP? FLORIDA) Wedoeaday.on are the building' Two on we_rld eonuneneeilaat of maohlncry in do.the. It cabbage I. certainly gmrda(ha'to method fight t'It theN use ; OF THE"WORLD summoned.s nre him a' phyio4sn that -poisoning who. wee ablo wa*. .IS PROFITABLE who succeed speaUng.well ,with though and one Tioa-pfraon kILl vemC"Generally ot .- _':1'.,

13 already, .jund o..rpltl.a the case of ama not of a aerloua character and that Ue !live .stock. 1 Is
and aeveral more are When the second not likely to fall wIth
plan brood cornea would'be up sgwin'in a- dayor twoLEX3ALI.T another when 6
In a few d.y. Prof. Greaham aDaytona the S eerlously interested In
have formed S.C
cabbage thelrr bead
TttAlS .OR .NTBB ST FBOM ALL week and while there informed H. A 'nm.. who havIng tailed with .:
of the Q- poultry
a repreeenttjv was of
OVER THB BTATB. the poach would wean-down 41timebin. thinking' taking up
Isif. xette-New that bis new fut .?'\ *of the leeve In a manner to make ALL'' SECTIONS. ''The three Mexican robber who murdered : HOW 1V> DO IT. pigeon culture becanee jut la repreMnl.

i f. would give employment fr this use dangeroua. While I think that Robert Reounrt an Bngflabmsn; ed as easier, Would do well to .'.
OondMotf Crop Und Produo to.>lxty men. BelaMv .to P Oreah' D.aorIpt'onaIiHtMf.Hbetory. from th amount of In 1W>1. .were legally ahot H JMovembe and consider hi. rlmiimstsnriie.
> alight po'UMd S
am the aaye ha to Crimea ,and Kledemoeaon-a... 19 of Mexico t Two Pnlr Breo4Ten Tlmee tbeYear '
at 1 CMy upon thespo "A
OourtaN.wr O.Ue.1e. that there ia not much danger of thie great many poultry men,
'.' New. from tit* .. 'Tbe parhape
the 0 explosive tb 4 How : May b"Ohto.IH. 1 yet I .have neverrecommended, fhus olnUoo-Alleged Plot A net when the tragedy- aoinirred, Otbsr : There J. a Ooiiataat Damaod moot. of them could profitably keen
f.K Of to Bad PiBwDl* nd of toeThere more powerful any other wha were concerned 4affie.:murder .
t. kb. $Jod I of ome--pigeon., la
., and tle' te prp : a theae polaoDS 'beftting' wit I b the Preaidenc,'.and other IntereetlnaT were'meet to prison for long term. tor Sqb.-Bma*. Sihall connection. with their
h-eooed brood. IDspeoiaKy ,|hi
.Th . .. poultrf1inplog.
-- ICu pr.lem In .Jun 10O1. fort Bemraet. in Capital Required.
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authority aaveTthat hsSpanishAmerican lvmtliuni ;'ar fluhseh.--Pnntnnedal. *>m a.'e oats n fa fam.
: ) ; Bttfrllahman n of mhiea '
.me jmanager nearZacuilpah. >
JI lly *M hotel reatauVant. .
and .
we ere not confined to the arsenlte in iad,4."V'"t
_ent1ry two much. raw, inn. fired a .Pf.hi On of tae.wiaerjaiaeoverieDar.. .' oar attempt to combat evil of thlInaect. nJtFUGJCE8., killed lA-We-own.. In the etaile bxmae-by of Mexico.a band was of I>r, J.. Q. Robinson .of Pembroke. One of the greet drawback>-ftt such
,' trrla! ant out of Florida to enrluh other at t.b.t.r all -thsglasa win waa the fact of'the superior vigor' .. The common Inaect powder opyrethum The tint of the refugee from the robber' Remmet and hum wife with M..., baa au lutereating aquab reach trade i* ihst the number of article

sections': It would be far bUrr.. 4ohav window* in bd. of Intruo epecle of .llm.1 0' of the ahopa It almoat as ueiinsUted lanjs- i.Qustonala arrived a considerable -amount o( money, sail and a recent toumber of Farm Poultry one ,ha to sell being ao ., the SCOt

'the manufacturing .bl.h.m"t. blowingeleven feet of the-end 01 pl..1 oer native one any "effective. .This I I. also applied mixed Nov. ll .- Bait Prencboa on the Pa jewel, intended to depart next day has"a deacrlptlon of the place. Tb of making regular deiiverle .' ". -

, 'located! la the atate end elrlp oY the lpnl.h -Pf. Greahani rlon.. We have witness of this In with water, one ounce 'to the gallon cldc mall eteamer City rot 1'.n..TbeJ' for Bnglsnd.' There were twelve turn farm upon which the pigeon plant ia large In, proportion ,to the grjjae .
S out Ithe product. We I. also ,of new'.r..tT'o Introduced European which This never..Injucee the pliata end I II came from the dlatrlot ou 4h* Inland tn the band. They went to Remmet'*, DOW estabUshad was purchased by pr ceipt-. .
then fix h.n the benefit of tb.w.8a .mokele*. p r. h.. become ao .oe ala.! not polnonous to any ot 4h* higher an- vaa. and. traveled over a country laid house,. which wa In a sanitary place, Itoblnaon forpouit'ry '/arm and 'MJ',ow Impreeeloo J.'to*' a* betre.enrtheiJwo -

of many. employ***, of r In th United ( Mate To 1.I.l rb Imals. Thus It can be used with'per. ...t. by amid,, --bee aort pumice, and found the Englishman In bed. IIhe <' equipped and .conducted .. audi for pouHry keeping I* a ,

1 I. duee.freight' vrett..lo cay nothing Work on a new Ice factory haa b Mt lotru into feet wifely.. It probably destroy the Xhey sailed on.Npv\mber T. when the rd the, noksp,.and .told bin wlfe"lo t II number .of years... 'rile Interest In l Iwtter line to go into 19 time ont of.JO ".5

'f. t. II.ctur'. .o..jb' gun at Orlando and will h pushedrepliMy IDI Jamaica ere urther'11( Inaecta 1>y producing a cost of euffooatlon. voloano we tlll in activity and. rum. bide her Jews) ; He then admlMedtlie pig-eons! began with a few;ordinary than aquab breeding."

i ol.lon | ,a* .ab. lutr.Uol the same. law., I have used Chic with great suc- kllng of thunder' and fiushe ot llghf.ning ncn:and.(bowed them a box contain ingeoui.presented to 'Aim. Robinson ;
eol'lk.: Tlrnee-llerakl. ,.. ,from,op.e.Te' Our wor.tgpeciinof weed* .and In .. tah eabbagv-gardeoa pf Mlchl .., e7WQy' 'of:'Mort'trouble lug hI. money... The robber took the Interest tbes led to the purchase ,Marketnian flndd says: "There I* ". Ssieflatalit

: hOI the electrie H.b plant Is to sect ere not the. native bom. but gan and. am aunt that if _1..11' oee4tbhl ''to. ooma. ... tTbey money and shot him dead, in the pretence of_oth... A smell old poultry house , steady demand for aqnaba .
Mr.1J E..Carmine made syrup Sat' ._ the .h ,p have : escaped td the was Itied) throughout the entIre and it I.
be l.d will do necessity been bVht. remedy wljl} give excellent. aati-- eeaald with lit- of bin wi fe... up foppigeon* and locate fear.
Only made a little (for his ow of addition! e-ngtoaroom; and 'from name other of. 'sotlon..w.:. : tie mor thin .clothingthey wore, OhVpnln' "Immediate:'death' Mr .o- that the pigeons were in plain eight' aeldcm that receipt 0 bird are
1 1h 'te One I It nut at all matured yet. ando power machinery.,. Ice from the new Tb. hessian ay. .rso. _un. for yrParaaUW the C.bbsg.Eut.ifiy. t..n.port.tlontnll"an difficult aa to Remmet gave up her Jewel.. The men* from the doctor' study window The mo heavy as to reduce price '. tow

.Jt if the a great syrup'b cane very plant I I. promised by February :1 T. teodlo.moth are .t.rUnt'' ex. .In Kurope,thls Insect Ja 'jm. anoci preciuda earryIn;.b.. -The're-. were about tokill Mrs. Remmet but poaslbllMle of .quatrbreeu'lng' having iwlut are inferior.only when W have the good received '
w.l. survey for a new sidetrack to same dreaded than commo'n of 1tftIa.-tIMt'f.-of the' I. of were frightened and abs come .under coawlder.tlont t'baUi Dr. found the meorlty .
our specie away eecaped
it ii In amp.o' S
and it rt
now. ai a-growing state of .
tosappy. birds .
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1h The ttU section not tory was duo made yesterday. t-e.and deatruo- cabbage burterfly 'here. This 4.'.> -T .1.'_L -" .*for tb* and hid in the,wood until morning. aud Mrs. Itoblaaoa engaged in an experimental New shipped by parties in

I been cane few ha S . t'of .. < l B clea i I. tht ause.of a mlnnt ebaldd fly which ao most-prt are India They lad not The) Mexican .othorl**' have spent. Investigation of the eubjeot England In year pact to run '.
pat t .er{ foo.liei1. It seem* that when the East Coast butterfly wblct was brought deplete their number th. '..he are i heard of any whit* peop' being lost. over a year iqafrraaktaa the robbers with the result that they anon became very irregular la quelHy end a large i' ._'\ .
Newa surveyor recently made a survey into from Europe to province of Qua powerless to do mucb IlObler. These Tbouvanda of Indians were aspbyxlat. all of whom were raptured.? They were expert In squab breeding, and as the nx>porUon not fancy enough to brIng'quotations

j, the Cutler they ran > MLthn a half a'century ago isr.tes have beeji/inrroduced la
CoredlnaJ proprietor of the sews* the glide to the Gulf Coat Title ln. ha spread from the regime, lie Eaet and I believe. sr* doing much plaoraUoa are a d.rII.. ana .. ,.- sent from *Ws city. of poultry was cut down until at prea- pMa .usba''Pb ie lowest price "D'
barbershop at the corner of Carolina of' H Introduction lute rum la the lot of . rrally prevail during July, August andrplember.
and found *r a practicable until now to lessen the damage by three insect many planters cot only a few pen of fowl. are kept
S and ElulHt'. streets, Key Weal t, coin.mHted. build a road. Te-i.tancC from Cule'when it ha. entrl epaoned-our country They exist in tb | chrysslls. end scan whoa all w.I.invested in the rincsa. United Rtaiten S Henstor Quay started moat of the poult.'bUlldl",.,not reuiodeMi ) end the highest price dnr-- Sing
aiiiclda One
recently by shooting. on a straight I and I. heavy be easily be taken from one place to refugee come from within a hall from l'hibwlrtphlawith a party offriend 'for taoding January, February and if aroh.1 We .
hlmalf with a pMol.. The bullet entered about 75 niile. "Corrtlnsr-event all 01 vegetabl C.trbuo another by simply carrying the chrys- an hour'* ride of General Barilloa and for his winter home at fit. Idle. .. a rule diaxuursgr the shipments of'

I ward.the right wound temple Inflicted and ".nce up their surveyor before! -Kis.immeeValley Cnt.UpD over. The name of 4hla Insect allda thitherward. Our friend who mad bring. hi.Informetion. that tha.general .., Fl.. where he will remain until No one need conclude from tills lhat iquaba fnpnv'parties ]o New England, -
Te Gaiette. We have two family era .,. Tlie rerugee meet. The truteleilpriratei the bulk of such stock
ugly ..p4. eoromonnative cent the specimens should put come o1 eoilgTr'm party pigeon culture is more profitable Ib.opou..J' at preaent, aw- .
death resulted about that It I I. tOt
oe. an which say the-crsler of Hamte 10," car, and Included In
hour later lie . are exceedingly the chrysalida in a'aexaad note hails thAt. keepinglIli poultry plant eraging quanity: far below the required e'
The never of regained conacTonaoeaa. The fall crop of pineapple* are now like Ihh intrue o e One I I. Fieri whether he secures butttrflle from mountain lila actiou hut wuisUer Htatea Henator Penrone, Insurance would not be neglected If he 'eoald standard. The _11114 Phlla- i
I' cause the booting rising from .
.i* a The beginning to move. While the- ., .b ole I'iutodIc.The hem ,or whether there come forth on of the ". Oomtnlaslonrr Durham, Congrresman Had a men who would run It on abere adphjhs'aqusb' 1* quoted
mystery. had era slopr of Baa .
: end did a lefty .tiusior.] .family. lie. ments will'not be very large they.hip first we* common In Michigan; the hree chakld 11111'' If Don of Fosalo..THH. Maria, csllrd S Kl Purk and several.of-the",city oJllclalH. TS o nest boxea are provided for the weight of bird .per dozen; fair Jo

went to Cuba r but continue regularly and lait-foreeveral eoond I. not al all uncommon In Cslfornla.Kelt he Utter*e found then curdy effort Sna ....1_ ef Wards Vswl Kxaleslve each fair of pigeoua. That la the bird averaging dressed 8 1-2 pounds

.M loon mnth 11. had months, .the fall b&oemextended over efthese make any aerioue 10 secure then from the east or from SCRAP JN bums are t ullt la pain a pairfor a better grade seven pounds and eight \' ", ."
"u.e.teDI Ib.t much larger period of time than usual 'our be VlNZVEJ.u. ly te Dega Beraea, '. pound bird considered
noticed a demaod upon ssvorgrvege- Europe would wisely mads.- Prealdent Castro of each pair of bird This la necessaryjecMiiie uoe qnalMy.
Ii 'ren" Ac the price the pines are able. cabbafre. On the other hand fords Veneanrla i* en. The market i I.
thathe aeeued but hewouM present Cultivator.JrUk rgwtlcelly pushing operatIons It I I. I ouriens fact that Tn"7everyanirqnge the female frequently laya before price generally quoted
give no reaeoo for He selling f for which range from three to the rp butterfly I I. scarcely .mnl _a.. thCLjcrolotloajeta in to prevent there are certain word that the aauaba *M-a readrto. leave the on an average of seven YWMin l bird.- Sand

burled.Huoday. secre-tlyce- was five dollar* per crate our grower will u. it becomes e serious le .. MeS ito u, Ttw m _. .._.ail._i .I_ ...that._-a rrpub-_LJ. .* are Used only to animal More thai neat and In audi case, with'the'sec- price range from.$2.20 fS.2&per -
bur.Sunday. aecret mb.m.o whloTi get quite a little poke'chanee.--Eul and earnest effort at Us riddance b In vour Issue of the 15th of June heir'n.dlasenalon-5-' *"and-a 1ha---4 flight 5IIWfl of Oeneral 01 I his, special word. are often appropriated oDd neat box beside the first, ahe lays dozen for tills grid of,Jteuli,.. All, P

was a member. .. Coast Adyerli.e. i come the price o Bauer kraut. Mr. Hugh U. Marts of lIke Road. >fa,. to particular aped.... B. A. Mat in it. leaving the care of tfbe squabs aquab snipped from Mew Jersey acid

'.tendlnl The'r'' thto greater' vigor and Ala.. baa en article beaded e. aboveof President Vlaatro la quoted as hewa, who contribute .. article 01he henceforth nJOll I"- 4o the male. "'!*. 'Pennsylvania dreaeed,--whUe but
The Dayton Building/ and I see ncntionmsde in is the PalmettpNewi in e of lirtrodut which fbe fallowing ta .n. sitrant: "I have sllnatkm-Tvell In.ylf hand: subject to Popular Science New, boxes ere built sUelrlna; each few 'hlpmenU'' from ""point. In ,Nw 2

S Company, a* their annual Ln of the of some counties fl.n thai being\ living
cenrtly made excrllent upper of a nice peach orchard sect in U* native hauiri become.nompeseed something( aboht Irish potet ea. My"S I animal for which w* have no pe- deep 12 Inuhea wide end II Pigeon or squabs shipped la feather

rave loana out of $ . report..'cash Ther hat furnished him pesdIes from th*. about with grievous enemies rap he. baed ifllled .with bloom Since . of I. Victoria, the vial call or ward of command per- nehee high-these being tnalde measurements. should be killed by wringing the neck
f.O. The business tnrrraae .Iok moth 'of April until AuRust. -which not only worry 1*. but and aa- flauloekh. weed ,\a. ever (II'>U'fn.f t trrepa have occupied Core ta.po because. "hie almost Inhumes .The separation the box. and cooled at least 90 hour to remove I

.. 'more thn, 'f.l.lOio( over the rich can boast of having a Wi.Pa. are the mean of 1 Iks utter taking off. you saw, though at the, root th. .n.1| CIIIII"".. mind the* are preparing ntelllgence. Some 0',the word that ea Into pairs Jsi secured by making all animal heat before bolng-.packed
leap before. The regular orchard in county that "fut- Tins rbeae enemie* hold In check the potatoes were-. from ths alas of a M immtdlitelyattack Parre-lona, w* miss to .snlmala Mr. 'MaMbiwa tslls every other upright partition project for hlprnent and-during-warm w.aths
dh".I.oe we dpI.ld. qU.rillJ nirthe fruit from M.nale the itt of May until planti and animal*of any region ao marble to that of' a bee) egg,
about the ut -of September. The same hey do not greatly triumph over otherrganlima many a. Urge M a bra "rgfTg iirmaa fa Ma Honed with .one 'hotj. palled the animal" themselves.Home these boxes are placed nappies the road but a short Ome. although

I" i* Another I large brick party also has a black walnut tree that 1 of the .m When and I* rich prairie; some of the Smut men. They will thin march on an BannorM. early Indian (glaxied earthenware ), In which where shipped in feather, dealer
structure pane
been 'at' the h. .on ihs year-.Manatee River a .pl.:hi Introduced rgon. ooun- same land planted In corn and (luda Holivar, which I. held b, Grniral -_ words; some are Greek aome Latin, lb. pigeon make their nesta. prefer. I it possible to receive stock Iii '. .
ha ;
I .omml' lr..r of I frui. tr likely lie enemiea do I made elgWy-two and a half bushel Herra with four hnndreif men. some Teutonic eom. old English: 1 nlt.e' plumage without'being'-wet'or' ,

FroklD an erected t. Thl* Ime' with $H and thu. for n tm Do' to the en.'" S )f..wh11e..IJr. German are ...,. words, long since .. Max Miller The perch for the pigeona are like' ruffled and scene chipper place the

buldnR. the ,conuniaalon by Crenshaw For week pot the Manatee growers h.. very much Its own way ., 'In the first place the thor,'*.. eolleot their claims aratnst In "Chip From a German Work .a Invsrted; .V(thus A) each of whicha Ice in a tank or palliD order to overcome S

andwhen. m"lh.of.. have been at their time dishonored fool .. 4o Its heart' content. It I l. oes were very probably planted and TmiexueCa. and Germany baa four war hop," says: The command w* glv acre inch long outside meaeurerturn "hi. difficulty. There ia .0. S
by .will b'cccupjrd practice of shipping geen oringe S strange and interestingfacMhat our left too thick. Had they been thinned .hip* ia Venemelan water. The to the horse end our call to the cow *, beside six Ice be. and mad by son why atock raiaed la this vicinity .

lul will be of pressed Ar. The two blld.. !reen is gourd*-almost .. green .. beneficial In sec. whether they are to one stalk the yield In qnan Cruise.Oarelle has proce(1i-d .110 are the same used by *h* prahlatorie tailing a piece of .bI.I," atuff, sevenInch should nor compare favorably with ,-

4flbelght. aDd wlil brck. the the grower*' sour a. lemon, utterly per.sltet o ere often re tug and quality would doubtless have III. Thomas, and. will return 4o T. men of OOP- race. In all probability, ,*>tong, 40 a. place .ui lx Inchea long. stock received ,In any. market la the I
: 'I. pclo.
trot aed modern h...1 .. unfit for use-r-'thefc or.nle. are going trioted ,. t.tda to one been largely Increased. Oualrn via Trinidad. The German be Arab cull lo hi. camel In 4h. name The* era placed against the.,wall In countryCleajs.." " ,
The rite' moM upon which Improvemen-ts.this structure forward in carload to b special 108e.wVhave parasite hare The potato are eupposed to lion has received no Instruction to word now a* in the days of Abraham icrpeno:eular row, the distance, be- ; -Y. " S

S will b erected tsa very valuable one, dumped into the northern market, Go the brD scale whk I.quite have been planted In early spring,, to pre.1 theae clalhi. but It |Is nndentood and Noah. In talking to lbs bone ween the perches varying' though Fete;'aa4 ...... lolL .
4 and tbta-improvrmrnfwill break itv'to play .yo..ith prices,to nougb to hold Ib.t'.n* BO check mature ia mldanmnm, when our that.It baa ordered from Berlin *o> polP4 we'find the word 'bo,' or '' .' need they may> ba a. do* aa nina Inches I II.!

crease the value of tb. wI,r work damage to th reputation of bat we have little reamn -fear its climate i* too warm for them Peat them when President Castro hi. ; like all over the world. It I I. anpeoad from p/.k. to peak. Rometlmea the Upon the approach 'of winter'even '

.that 1lcnUy. Cotraotor prp Foy, Florida or.nle for balance of the deprll. We wla tbi parasite oesdo, best-lo.a climate! of* about uIT.v. re S "'* *hllah,.l hie ."' 1 to be the Interjection
will b ohargeofthe work. eason. Mason to come. .Ik oher 11 but 80 degree Therefore If they be !. " (Ireeka and Latiaa a almple call to at- (liD some place nail were driven qulsrtion. WMle'th* benefloeDt eUmato .
Paternalistic laws are aid to be un- strangely enough do planted for 'this climate >sbonf the JDM'PBD FROM TRAIN. tract .attention another form of which hrougli trftn Vhs ot"ner aid of. the ,
emocritic. but it doe almost seem as Thus f.I .llerl"t. ..tllll"..nd A ..Ncwapapfr-Oourier purtHj). hut oftener nailed foster the' growth- the flow
Bear Admiral W. rt. so. we why I I. 9Hi o.r properly- .' special from was the Bancrifr ,'u.. meaning to hold they era
'. of Santiago, i'hley. the h.r I'1 such people need' some law to protest hst newly, Introduced ioaecta ..i for said temperature will be approxlmaed .m>BvilIe,. af.1 C.. eayet S back. "n T-ls old.Kngilsh.foF-hold." : 'o a atrip of board end this nailed up ere all winter.d. 1* yet dealrnbuV to .

on th, Mai loryatcnrner-, through.KIY''Concho.West them from their'-own' fool selvesrnoto -a time auch grlevoua pnta.. In late summer. andrly.; fall Fraali KcfTugh .of Jf.w. Torte a .nd.l i still used In that aeoee In many where vented. The' row may be quite : hive Fer.- m. and flower* !
c ( mention' protection (or other grow- to the extent ** Airtfom.< 4twin No. 87 of the rl iie .tber; four Inches between '
from O..Io and '
)1.yo $
crc who Tame fruit fall they anUieniC&fajmped'frora a"window of I he lower .1..e' the perches being '
several prominent tl.l birWerfy ia white potatoes r (Iii Aryan word 'atop. Th words .ndl"i.'
B."lun..nd t like to sell itott it* merit.-t.Petera. Impre ea"1 b'- Pn I"I"jII'etateronm ibAnt euflicie In hall dining room or ,
board.and paid their Ont and' ee-half are called will far.excel ,ia quantity ; twelvemIte.'ernm4h' hat guide the rein ar* different In t. Cich roowt la'for fe single ,
to the Oi-admiral. The officers respect of ,burg Times.igWa. .! .v./.',... '"_ ....< ,,"S-S. In.h.and the- female ban tan well nd quality thoae plsnted. Jn" early f Tl.' 6" 8n 'anbiirk.,t lilA| many language, because the team- ",**. ., :.VTwo : . 5- lor. It i* for title close S

'tS the army .n navyalso made official black on eaoh'of the spring. I .-. ? S fterriooBW. whIle the fralnupntng ..0's ten do ihtt alway*'lruld* alike. The iwir bn>4 10 times, within the of plant that they art potted;- . -5
While we are talking .ebout it we .pt Borne fw jr..inib>* an )...and there. a more Indiapenanbla reason *. .
visit I re.plved 'V.eaeh.
." The admiral came ashore: 'for a might '*e a UMle of that. Indian War a'the front WiD" n of the 10 drills three, leet., amid- lgtevnnchea I Jnjttrrra' from which ha tIled. In a and .h.... but a* In Great Britain the times; 'JO pair,.eveu timesr seven'pair end that ia, that persons ranting boaao.. R

few mraotee while the ateemer w.. In Claim money,.to' erect a manaioo fo pt.b wing m.I.' Clpr or thereabout. about .the c.w minntca., Mr.- McHnrh. ..aHrndcd one muat keep to the left their six .tlmes..ao4Tour .oafr, five time. ee by the year nod potted plantar more S

- 1' port.but did not- have tlmc- to visit the rleo of our governor. .I I. ..m.t all .b.T. . except brl dlt.r. ,20th of Jane. By reason of xceecive'' b'r' a. male-- .unrse- and it friend Mr. meaning are ravened. The German TbU was Iff a bou* OC .ipeclally.eeiectJd tally moved and oared for, than thoae i '

I any place 9! prominence.- -.' quite the-proper thIng for.a { furnish.a residence for box Oocf.Ane front of the seasons well I. however. had all (binned Tbe narae- had left him only a hue' and 'die.' the Spaniard 'oto' and ng good produethrtoeaa not al- for the reason why; and th_- come .

August Weoake ha inveated ao arrangmeatfor in the caae ot Flrda \Ii ; 10 the wn. .B.u. two brood* to one stalk. But the .lk* that few minute, and on hI. return found '." aca,' the Italian 'gio' and '..eD.e:1 '. owed to-remain.' II should be said the how. Use email steed pota {a proportion
I neceaalty of te. lad More than the tha broken eash; and the reHeat rone. to the size of the plant. ...
a window.bed. which th I usual dletance between *
I mo. a year. presume hat the name I I.tru.ler I. 4raln meaning shonith. same, bnt . also that'the figures do not represent
I a. moet useful .. well .a. a unique mall ealery allowed 0. as yet. Owing to our gaol.1 l them produced far, tb* beet. was .stopped -..lmmneMately.ndwentbeek' Ifferent origin. But when th. far a lull year for every..palr.' the pain tour use larger pote than the floriste.;

S .rnpment By the use of thl* in T qneaUon ahoutd" b.ttt.before clim'b. Inaect m. ithre From seven such .11111'' stalks I a quart of I mIle rnee* boy says cone,' be use an old aed to replace-unpromising bird bang Have 'th* pot* clean Inside and onVt, ,, ----
lowered from of our ,.01 hO.1 >rocured half bushel of' Them ngXt body was found on ita"de' and ., witn '.. causer.1 i can b IJ meeting le Jeta.tare br.ods> a'yeer. The are a potato, lanacrlt word which mean*' 'come.' la only a. pert 'G' the year. ,Dr.loblnaon' provide *
1' op' r.lad. the boMoni.S that .member will pb arty'print* soil ll. some of them weighing one '.and a \ '. the roadbed. The *tt ndan4, The whistle to the hone la the same in estimate pAduo- for drainage, ,Common earthen-ware, *,
cay .
anolight be regulated! vote' 'entlmcnta of .omm.r. earth 11001& the body to New Orleane. -'flme4enesndwau average When
The can wu '0 the It-will not be '. ,1.! pound each. very race and also call the cow, lion of the general run.of unselected hi beUter than.gland .w
darkening a room.The ( .t1tuenta.-Msd0 Recorder. > Thinning to one (talkIn eooneakm -- twenty-eight "ye>*r. of potting e bave winter brood. Thua I think ITbe child who pets her calf and call ...k I I. five pall; of squabs per yeas
S apply-.for; a 'pa-tent, and Iti la believed with June planting and proper ageSe, i"- of water made In to and with gold duet
we to rind these butterflies 'bos .or'bossy.. use rIme Latin nahieof The breedIng and aocisl hablta, of
that there will b a good profit from '"Ye." Mr*. Swrvtm wal Mylng'at bfo",.opt"n. in the winter, fertilizing, will doubtless create a Mt.'W"".taI.' Mt.--GI irlve further its race, almost the same 'In Greek plJrllOu.| are Interesting. excite. a washing powder and plunge the; potoup

the.WithIn sale.p' rlllt-aDe.m. N.w.- the breakfast table, "if a 'splendid" .proC. and again In-, -the summer. marked difference 'In -ae.. yield of >..-oTfne, .' pt. i *_.hi- i fijend.S . : but .when 'ab.. ay. 'CO-boa' she use mild sort of .wonder In 'the'mind of a and down, through and through.< ,
.1 < certainly it. strong and our friend" potato patch. I aiiggeelht the Sancrit .er".'tfDo. to lowas the auda scrubbing them with a stIff ;
0 thousand acres ,land In book. It .. Th borle I..ber Ire egg from 838 8M. ,,\.WAS IT A PLOT? r meaning multrymtn accustomed" to handling 5 ,
.to of .4phoepb.e
hav been o by "'Ahl that remind, me" remarked ot .to'Dumb .,o IO poondi *;oxhelmef, who aay that nn.tll ; a cow.. The mllker/eny/ 'aoh' to the tjlygamoua stock to see a hundred or bruah. V* . 5
and purchased "otbe i .p the"ab.entmlnded boarder. "Pleae- n the c.b. .*. They era weltaeaMer of be mixed with 130 to 3QO I aha became a member of fbi Finti row, which come from the Sanacrit more pain of pi._. occupying-one .' Fill th pole wIth fibrous soIl pr1ferably S

t.n.t thie hom-e.. for timber Prew. 0 upper .I of th leaf pounds mnriate of aulphaiteof MethodIst Episcopal. Church at Hoboken Siagh. or ''ash' meaning to-remain or mall pen and yard.with very littler well decayed or dried ..dairy1aoil.with '

and. 4\irpeiHina\ purposes r, bat still Jai_ the butter.-rPhiladelphia and e exactly mimic .m. I.e potash and applied per acre. A Jltt two yean agofahe was nsaoplatedw keep nr.l. The fowl call .'chickP! Interference with one Another'* right aand. S Or wood eoil." black .
: will '
a great deal of it'' cleared for er that only..Ox expert e experimenting chow .etJa.e.
rhe production of 1 b.od Plant City, wDD"have elecrr.o..t.t.1..pb.1 o.find tbesm.Thea eggs-soon hatchnd r or not 139 to 27O pounds of Bi _! and whose _nt.Ibftlanoe rinearloned being the Knnscrlt 'kuk' the nm 01lb. dticV ere more Ilk. pot and nbrone soil permit circulation .

soil,, 'efet' p.1 nil tbeIO from them tiny cater- ntof. eoda'can be advaatageonstydded. I I. reported to have related domestic fowl clearly imitated hem than any"other poultry,.though of air and penetration of ..aonV', r
:bl.O. el.n 1de-wallta-a.nd tb green-color. .-Bryon Tyson In Southern Cu) foe --Mothe* front tb. older verb 'ksk' to or .hi to the 'roota. the fertiM- .'
f.t bexxwnlng pl.r T. to Club and be paator crow h. the ease of duck Jit aeema to be n Keep
.tur".1..nt.e.' > .retI., o. tblnp to feed at ooe. Ivator.1'.r,i.. ''V J I .._ "4laj4 0"'ta"r church a story of alleged an. cry, from whence the word 'cackle.' more of peaeeableneaa of a contented ty of the sell up to a marl. by :

expendJ a( lo our rigged eDHlo of anon Mat-Baajrlaiaj Txaa- .. archtetl pletfteg.ega1nst the Mfe oT When the little country girl cries srtuplUilT. '. liquid fertUiaer, alt a.100c through the

._ PaVtka TlneaBrald.It mD". mlt. There 'should be *of oese< organljied people to .pk ti presence.. Every> owner of a home should: at; resident 1'Rooaevrlt. Acpordf nt| to 'shoo to ware the chicken aba uses ,When D pair .i p1oeon baa mated; winter* Northing I. better for gentlytinmuls'tIng ,
movement on the part our .. tliere h.. been the came' word as did 'that of them
- larvae are tooO. end he .earliest. Doxbelmer In the Penelope the roaJs begin to "drive"! the. female the growth planta .
< poaaibla surround
ic'aaU thttb.ste.mer Gaaelle, secure mnnufaotnring eoter.-' will .ao a utterly spoil tb plant. very It not only with fruit auch .*t fourteen month three persona sa- model of Greek-houeewive-, end aha giving her little peace Until she ha auds of told-( duet washing powder. It '

which.'h'as: for' is good 1.07 ,..1 First In order ta one o_lo lar the They grow very Tepidly in three .. peaches apples p'.nms: in. .rued to the teak ot removing the Inherited it from.'her Sanscrit .for. made a nest and depeaHed her sao line fof sponging palm, acting
.. tori These can peen Preaiden*. One of'theae 'a athen."-New York Tribune. -- .
made, regular trips between polnti on b or four weeke have attained a length and but h...boald also Frenchman Two I I. the number of usually as1'an inseotioide.- For more -tenderi
5 the right way. flg plant a egg
< ?' ttarrie from that matter 1* taken !up 0' nod one-half' Inch Thee. named Sfelov. she. abe SIS i 1 less gold duct makingthe.
wU one sajr per plant u** .
Lk. ik Florida.Mianjl aid .there beweejt
b 1pt of nntbearing tree, such *. being oneday .' _ _
be a. there 1a beWer pa tiaded ''to'...- too Paris where. he Chinese Pi.hs. but
lk. wi. a. 1 f.. placed p pot reen caterpillar-have the neal eix- canal alrootxi and fingllh walnuta, the Aral and second tgg. Tbe water',eoft and foamy, ,'.
.' _. We have not .yk llled'bT. a streetcar, She S Sa
S teen The three pair of tLorede pro.tease. "rona-Hlor palm V'-4
elpJ The Chinese . '
Ie These three 'varietiea of nut will tobeljve FInks there are usually parent bird take \urne ID'broodlog 'f

iheen be transported able to; IHI to her how -the'run.bosti.Thapnty to Wad" as MaNalr of Feiracld havepurchased legs ound..r .fnde end.of the of..head.course .. thrive end do"well'In 4hla section'If' I. the -Way of death that In be order put to btmaelf 'rown1' a* annual but are really blen the eggaianil jyoung. end both, do apart .*T.:8... ,- 5,;
Juat The uparehi _
neW ,
S .100.0OO ecre of timberland bck grown from seed a ad,.will fruit with- 'relatives 'the 1els 1. of the 'eedl..JI'na.. Period of in.cubatloo i
waterway connecting the two larger le pain, ar* ) humiliation of re. ,or pereomsl that will bloom the '
; point would be .via the St. Jobaariv In Taylor county for ourpnUo back ple.tip the body In eiarht to tea rear. from "the time .rding him a* e nlolde;Next arcordc first yea from the iced. A good at rein ta 17 days. I S .. ,: Fit*.' 'lPermttm.togIvethewayawyof .
.urh. tei' a.'tlp--"i' 7Ni.J. For flrat 1O d. food : -
I the the '
>- too long or so '
er. U s,, which ..wouldtrip ..n'lumb;purpoaee .1 BnDr. the binder end. ', full log to. Mrs. Doxbehner, the asaaenln's will: give aoni gorgeous color andbeautiful '
I .- Wea j'to' ..;" -you say. Well.'ithat to oat task of. tbe young aquab I I. pigeon'milk
ef e thowaaad mile waa amlrried to a man named and varied markingTh
the Insect aeek
..ea.onIi, In pome that U the matter with _Tex. secreted In of the old bird ho leading nursery Grad raian peach
The'cane. thing the
crop .
I ke Mi O Mttller. Hvlnr/ln Avenue '. this ,
Rtfloa. \ Ity bllowhtg"from The
i will piece' end) U earyaatlsnThl l.cr1 Mayflower gIve.the aeedMng, writea Joseph Median in< > 5
) .UDpa bOs.We arc loth- total'D' our hand and taken by. th. from their
at w.
earnest who few young
c pJ. T. often found a day later died of poison; experience of a grower in Floridattwant ) Gentleman. ..Insteadnot . '
-w'e "Iaehaa.owiniy hang- Country .1 ?
madeIn "
syrup pap 40- a l.rt.'* 'that'doto not bring return -T open bill. After .that the old birds
An swain went$ 44 er* tho.n aide of cabbage self-adminiatered. ; to say a.word for the Dlan emptlng'' *o raise needDnga from.'tha> ;".
. The f.n.bare .. D.dl t right now or at letel .. quick The last of three feed tbf young grain .and water carrying
S designated for 4he thus
S h >**f1itbe, bthe" ntghf ) I..r; many be S a* a plant that will take care of pll.the sprinr following the ripening.
of aeed and next yearth .. cotton But ten til both to them In theIr mouth
ed great uDr. a crop. year not murderous work. Mr*. Doxhrimer alcge .
a btg4r. rrntoaloa; la hip c1 the taelt and pjlv goou witiafaetlon. I the pI'h.leI over in heape on a s
p1t. crop has It .r o.ueo.1 4 10. long after alL. :Wa have,satan almond ,. If ,Schroeder ot 'For rapidity of growth sqnaha bratsnytblng *
Whla swinging; on the ( b 10..I..r was ra. Harem. procured some of OhIMs'.mixed seed barn floor. or In a damp cellar until .
foot felrona haa, thie _Wla 8r bdldla. .Te.pop or.ebl.ld. o and peca .,from /on went off! and shot b .. lMm. last spring and had through ( ie aeaaon the following _*pring'.j There 1* .
1.0,bterl. f.. own> planting, and'expect to eat ant* polso.S . beavjer- "than the- parent bird .
la .the,( \Ito.ia ., he 'of the -body which a. vsrieiy of cois 'with dainty hurry In getting'4hem Into the ground. '
.one>* .; ., h. .n.r attach of from tree planted hen.In Mabank. ..Doxbelmer aaatrt that' *mom lt mnarktngf.A.. few of the. p'.an-t bad when four week old. A pert of>thi. and aometlme the work ta not.comi'letsd "
.lendedv-j-Ht. antrnstlne, a Record.i . pnoeiJaite. .ntoralV ,from bjr .mean itheur.* 'UlrMo.iH, even If we should nof( Tlv. t to ace time plotter-were toveral mn4lonalive. bees left in the seed-box and Moomed weight.I.I. soft fat which quickly dhv till early ennuner. These ..ooeeI'):

I. '- --- forma .f(fcrtUl .J: .i.'2arga tl,apln 'endllbeM t cabbage heae ..tree frul, oth n who live' af-- "* ..conception of_what constitute a the came .. those in, the open ground. appear when the bird leave the neat* \fa the ground until- the following virino
Jarvae tel'_a. ."ltl. end (hey,' are welcome to millionaire i I. The. old bird art fed '-
.; arw1nr.-in-.Weet Pals* quantftiedtbPotigboflt J.y ceal. that'not only ladleMed by her abatement 10 the fslj I.'neglected: them" and the moatly'on j ;, when nearly every one may be
n All ;
comparatively th..umbr tba'Iruite( of our labor and carv>-* that 4beae men Downed ho_" soil aah hard grain red 'wheat andcrackedeore expected to' 'grow. *Those who follow S S
the north'arewell fllledtheae tn.r fasten the Bench f snout' of tha ** to be found in the state. W*. boaM wher* they'b" but Mao Mabank Courier.' S lire. Doxbeliper; nays that raeen-tly beep but thC br H. ,little thing two part corn to on*'of wheatIn thI.vpla asaurn,1' from; experience...
oo. end It out:-In the crnfle atat J&and receiv > of aflk around pupate, S ". .o' ,1ir I.ha hf >J An..rfiD: e>,anaBrlclon ,ef her struggled along and kept alive until I .winter, and one pert eon to two of that the. stone Buffer no harm from
pr f" deetlnatton' thlorrt Very little'for it'It nome backIn thn loop their.body. Somewhere thtce ,(Is..going C. .es. I former- narwHallMocla tv*, a.d'lbMthe""LftowoNf.'h I became ashamed of be treatment I wheat in summer. Liberal. free feedIng not having been sown before and aowa '.

,. here. .The.trf t eul.n r..ul.lead. bring Thl.nrfafce"be.r nearly. brt.l to the bli>hed Ioon. a factory for-" rnakiag r. and Bar ,hue. lad, given them '.nd decided to give la the rule. A'box or dIsh of oyster -la Mayor Jun'. there te almost. 0 .. 7
1 t.eenaiderably, 01. yearS .. a" this condition wblot hm ad fo the'clay cup to be 'a."'ta'''the ntw I 4he. aIotuollJ'
t easae dio ay pnJ, of affair* be.iemnediedFslatbaTmes4fttwid vertical other . process for ; tarpentiajing_.leresU.for.ll I hey have requireelthe. .protection citd.t.etlveL fake them Into the house with other rued for each pen. and unless the floor -rowing rime for there eome*, a period v ,
: ,.1..1 .' 4; I ,; b/eee/ fbryaadid* breakv o tImemsck. there is on* thing that/Udi-I : ,t ,; :0."" : V. '. my of the yard le gravelexl and afford a insurIng the'growing almost every
cold weather baa
( I coin1 i when
k \,%' overnow . ", . -.i i' iBanal. .- \ e'tb"aI11 butter. ton county does ..._ plenty ol;'it U I lUyv.; CisrIOs"Li Meade; Mrs.,' ox- pletut) came suitable supply of grit, that also must ItQpe.5 On the other band there ia no
' wat| .-fjaln'Worth' ? .%. 4 file. frl..o common clay. and )it doer w'1 that left them oo aa exposed east porch a* .S doubt that it received freh aed f
1\( | Vaughan- wbt. boy- and ,.t. ? I. flrill mak no .*tte- btt proorl ... > placed'
f9 Mm bis' would *be. the {Ideal place "fpr' the .etw"' 1 -'pll\.bailr.* of.ueefnlnes bad in the-
: teen yeare of age_ ". 10 C.01. 1 t tha' eo-eallod eonfea ground immediately, good retnrbs S
,..: > ; .-.s. When the thermometer told Bed mite are Hid to be the greit-
\ aloienaC U..trA. recently play near bt home In ocatioo. such fact'oTy. If we hive 1 might be looked for. Not many S
t ,1 T.% fjemety ''.J a kett' ".te had Bow i "7'.b Tn.riu-Of course la our midst men'who hays beest wait-I eJoa.CA. _S '5 looked "eorr ." but etlll lived and even eat obstacles "toanecesa In equab nurserymen can get large quantItIes In1' ".
6 .
which Utemt citlsen o rm. l, r* In great .-. inajinMbulat ing to have a.good chance foe an bfveitment I :: u ILL'r a atory of S4 degree above _.they I breeding; Dr., Robinson **y*.that In good season 'to: BOW at onoev They !. t s
C .hbc ,' .e aud -r. t W.11 in .n. ecre- l,hel b. tha 1M".n"et' surety her-it is. It U only a gave an occasVonal bloom through the his belief aloe out of tee of those who often' have lobe bought; of dealer' ,i"- .
( f. ; MnCA.anw'
.f.of.Ql. Ua. I and 're
1tU.eU. tact.with the kettle overturning -I* question of U '.hort'l'tlme when there O.mllrie'1 wfrterw' At lest I decided thai If they I fall I In pigeon keeping are drl.e"t and otbera and are not on hand untIl ,4
4 -'tortoal ranoMe o.*. city aaw Psridacannotbe Tha went over tha 1.d green, l.Mtdoa the. arsen- will be- a tremendous demand for these I. awt mdoa with the latenHoaf were"de-termtifed to' live I. would' M I of business by' the red mlt_ B. fur. late for aowing.; Now ., H uo' '- :" S

.; ;) o The l 0" .lnl'w.te. Bt- .,. 'Ineerlng p.r. ...-., nps.'.The old. .,' rf-boxiag .r..for I aelUa*; forth,* Untied State*, buticyjiava local ct.."tbeta plenty of water and thetssys of 'tboeewho go Into aqnab generally known that early aumsner1' &tr1

J deehi( '.. ce'it._a.l. blmnl h.attention the family time> poUoei end thua are WUee. It uk. turpentine purpose la to be eomplctey -I been obliged to abandonthe they have 'improved their opportunityso breeding, but a small portion eonUa**'; sowing of the lent crop.ct. euro ray:v t 4

( '( tale Irarlf nvae*...the-.D.. % tbeywatte>.kat only th* slightest anoaniof,the poieoa .volutioniaed.Therc.r. comer tour I Voyage for the present because Mr welt that they are ne>w (March 2O) Usgs' be _k..'Ou'1.":Jt.fttt".u-" suIts,.very. few care,to-follow any '.
knowledge during the past weexhe I arnegie 'iodjspoasa.-$ .Th > whole covered wl.bbd., .... tooom.' Tbbjmornrae Other plan it being, much the '
j""V"7"' The did every to kill them. The poison la pat onto saae against the red The mean-- easWyoee. t
-pD' 1. = for pe.. the nn- the I. either powdered Jom ,. statue(X of a firm'who-|*only waiting I tmIlywere tfteoted by nonwtlilB/. ;''I connteo7 bod, beeldefew lire,adopted 'to- keep them down. atIhl Many of the {argent rrowere of
SV : | ; It wee at or*o, mixed with tmr OM to abool.thirty, 'o be advised of a Rood factory when l hey die on 411. bentjnont'Mrw' Cw.Cfrla bloom.-OD. *ingl. plant{, It t* plan-are, a. reasonable 'eleaallnes peach tree for. eellIJJl" ',follow thIs J
,' Tha.iaiet reeordWPim <"
,, .h I and.her doughIer have quite T*> '
,4 ,* P. .r else mixed waters-one. pound \6 hey will give an order for iotv* -ofhese certatnJy'a fln plant for the ,womaa and a liberal use of whitewash. plan, and with entire_aatiafaenloB. <"; S
*. '
,ooruV null* b..t.t If, .Tbe ph,. bowever, "' '
pm .TI) l-6ppowd. tcf foreshadow day .I..ln..I( ) ; sad .* two hundred gelloe Four or,; .v* ot this-opporUMihr cups. we would,' ,'bklad5ta I Ihlak U wmld ba "" for Mr. who; Oye5 flow*** and,hal hot'lKtl. r A* .toproAt.*,. ;JIbe' editor of Farni 'I /). '/) S
th we birds t.-rw4
; attend to K. S
time Merry.maa tim
for dded tht load o bemv-B. /'Loolksr la the : /
of O.ol t u dunce* raeever/arft .xee.powada of Mm *re M wait the next thing I to hart y titaoiirh lie baa Poultry says:.Mlt would often s require ,

S \\'I.p.let and hi* O11. mont ao.burn* arjf b* J I. mait' *. . ,.ry',1- balancing' relative- adlaatagee tbfll ma .."who waata ,to keep house), '

.. Uullat *honld do a,. '. ._ .fJaa..--a method of .pptyika; to 0patOII"tn age of i it A.'i-lldat.WHIId' be i Mrs. .Carnegie.expect. _,, i*. sail. /ara'-proapexlpr/ *n' pttbt" ; and disadvantage.brisg ;-O\I1dIl'L"b" '.JI".So _: ,,I '
.1 "
Hqnid raixtnr* aa It-l u nOjr .. ;
-thai that a. aostm'rZ.v. ( ; o1 roaoa, at 1 one* to ice ircmr: cU/ cite be 110.NeTo'4 neM weeI -. one to say positive conclusion a*. to crowded.tananent.'T ,
*" ... tt 7 W.4W'ideihTecaAm; i man,qmlckly. and ebeaply, dime.'a ; used.tosa* just 'WII. is fnqntradV toM I The ''Oarnegiee were- *;bntjr'lhrit.1Ii1 eostor: ;;farmera and'pUoteri'erea : whether pigeontw;poultry culture I II. J. _. 4 ,. ., .to'j:

S S*$ 'J. .'- ; 1 14tt'for' ..'a" recent"fhipmritt ofv&.JewHB bno** ail BBS**, when Inaecte e ap what mac lael'7 Heeded. to get m I 'm when the, wore.eerteol, with bft r.fln n ll-onM( on.... they would: be more congenial or more profllabhV7 '. Tennawered hieI WU... bDt JooII'ff \. :

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4 fftieKlssl'nurieeValleii Gazette ..STARS 41'1D..BA"I' !!':':; '. ;: --'--- -, S "S 's S'S' ; ? 111

< Enormous' '.,,: '>S<' .' ., Jp "
"' TBLKPHONC NO. 11 C.< ProaaHioajVly ti ; t. f
*>p Iveraoai Plgaires
.* .5.5PVPLIIH' ..SVSBT ..u*v 'at'tke Teampa E.a.1s,,'. "Thezwth\ Io1f of'" Th. ,Mutual I i. .T rNJrj.S\\ TO :) !1ta -1
S Otnee In Valley Uacette Hnlldiag' About twenty members of Camp Life Iiuijursancqt! ) Company olNew'York I -S 2. A h'
nBi MKCoscBobA COUNTY.FLA. tversonof the United Confederate. is hundred I : : HAVE ", it Phoenix .

P. A. VANS AONW t Paor.uJllTOiu'.w. Veterans ,of Osoeola county uDdercomm..nd one :THE Oop8T.ItAT. : irI DYEBT iermaflAmerican. -
times than thafof / **
of Comnisnder'ranktin : ,the ,
.. $, f _. Camp greater, " Home of New Yojk.Insuranoe .
attendedthe. reunion i at Tampa Uniteji States. : Co., qf North &tuerica

1'\. VAN/$ 'Aur4Kw. "Itor. Wednesday and Thursday of last Tat .......... *4 ik* VkW..*.. I Is ia>vaTa rtoDDlx of Brooklyn' .' i S.? .P..
week occasion immensely.
and the .
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4, : ,n.s". the PMoflfM la Klaalame I *. Fls., enjoyed .5 S., I I KHTfiHESI I KVST9IESjI } STnI4ii Royal Exchange.. I .f- . / '

- ara.ood-c1&U) mall m-r. 'S Upon our arrival at. Tampa'we were 3 ,, 9 1 76 Oient.:? Fire and Marino.-.-." .

"aarlM.11\. nlma* offlo* If assigned to the Palmetto entertained Hotel,wherewe the _.... .. ... VaM. B..M I II ***_ CitUon of Missouri. 'J'' '' .;:
j VIY 111 la**t lb ppr raculMlT.All were hospitably a* T'i'TTV'iFluesFTurriouts' JJ-JCV .

l *d oommuQkuiloDi oomttpondant!* BUM*xowi 5>.tram ilcnwl. nibor U.** guests 10 of o'clock the city during our stay.. 3'03,38i fYni: OFFBR.YOU-*'full' line.of HOUSEHOLDGOODS 4 aecegialiome.j'_ 'ork Lfe. J . I r
... At Wednesday morning w aad make tbe fit\ tie-quality.aT S In Town.Agent '
price .
,, Rej....... m.UtjNiiqbi. reJ.amocl UDI.Il thi} exercises> ware opened at the Tain- )I :
Mutual U. ..
l *f The lns..w Cceqay Special ioduoemcnU KI..bDmee'peo I..
-- CftltMl Tb.atfltor far 11 not _!>on.(lbl v *for opinion**. pa was Bay beautifully Casino,decorated the interior with of United which .... tc*..U ftft, >b t f ,*M tic&, .- I I to --' S M.I4SPNe JR..
by oomiponiUirU. ;-, I ,
< nrMd a.arrUala: nlM mar l>*'had ippllomUon.' States and Confederate flags. As the $ $1,278,388 E. ttAND. -*- ORLANDO. FLA. tl, Standard Oil and KI88IMMEE. IfUA. ,
different delegations marched in, I'' : -P.or' Company .

SUBSCRIPTION. BATE*. bearing the banners of their respective aMM'ol Tb Monal [JI. 1_ .. Armour fertilizer' Co. . .+-.-----. - -- '- __j_ 5_.
On eopy.on*raar'.", .... ...LtJG camps, the .Second Re'flmeni.' band I N., Ywt, J......., a. -
month., . ..fiO4It began to "Did. the
One.OB.ojy.copy nix tbn' nurallu '... ..,. ..1... ..., .!16 old flag waiving play over their head and I $352,838,97I .... QQ OO ;L

the Inspiration gathered from thisou1sUrrtntune .

FridaY1 November .:38. 1P4SJ'THI : such. a rebel the four yell The l largest strongesttifnsuranceCo. : f ]Sow Store : P"ORIFFIS New Store ___ l -
t went up from the throat of w ) (ii1 -
.. hake : in the world. S' Two Saloons -
hundred or more old vets to ,J.. ,I. GODWIN, -- .
HigPOCHBB DAM PUZZLE. the verb roof of the building. C CV , ... :::; '
.- After quiet had been restored. ,'Bis' CuK-Muty.AL;; : LIFE: INSURANC&COMPANY -;
J. .The perplexity of this problem llee hop Gray ot Orlando offered an eloquent -NEW-YORKHICHAM 'I -S ..,. -
In the doubt .* to whether this ooftly. OF I 46' GOD'W5FNIflit1 .-
and .t uching prajer invoking r GRiF-FlS'
A. McCinav: P,4.s. t; J
dam wa built aa a meant to obstruct Divine blessing' and'guidance upon ,

mere navigation or. whether'" .weeundertaken the exercises,' after which Capt..Mo- .iJk.3YjLLCQXManager, ...... iRS. "
Kay, mayor of Tampa was Introduced -S Jacksonville, Fla-. . KENTUCKY (EXCHANGE NEWT SALOON
ae a eerloutengineering and in a stirring address welcomed M TILLER, Agent, Klsslmmee, FJa. ,
,t attempt. to turn the Bow of water. entering } the old veterans to Tampa.' -- Z, 5-- '- **

$ Lake' Hlcpoche from the Ca- Gen.. W. -H. Jewell of Orlando, : fiROCERlr.Sfancy S MOLD STAND. S NEAR :THE DEPOT- *.

'' ,. 4aoiahatchee,River. If the former lethe commander of Third brigade in an Of Great laitereat."We t S -
and pathetlOlnanDw,:;, responded
It h.. euooeeded eloquent notice the following letter from '
answer, in bobs if of the ; S .
; If the latter aim at the eola 0.... lowell referred to the grlscled Mr.; Geo. W Hopkins: in" the lait issue. : ,: : .A Complete Lineof the Finest ',
tion i It U a'ludicrous .flaaoo, and the! veterans before him:as the surviving of the Stockman. : ot'Canu, '

i more the observer knows, about thetopography heroes of an army whose sufferings, ED. ""SxobKMAN": have beeo.,revolving Stock Best .Brniid... ..... Goods. -j S ;
fortitude add,huroUj" deed would livein copies of The btooVrnan. all: I' ," . - '
; : of the locality" the, more song, and .101'1". long as time summer, am interested in the development : ., t, I' Wines Whiskies and '' Cigars ,-
.' humor U revealed lathe performance..' should last. After. Gen.' Jewell's address of the. south, and have M.UOO, .J i Clgars.andI I REMB ) En''ltVEn N : Mo r g su jF-

f ';'# -.. :Briefly described to us by a reliable about two hundred school children acre. In.Oeoeol&and 13revard bounties, 3 Tobaccos I IS&F'REtL; -'HO"8 1e.,98T, Buihilig '-

eye>rtnftss the matter stands thus. "at ...arose In'a body and sang Florida, lying just west of .Washington I. ...... ..' -' '
"America." Then followed the addresse -> Lake, of which 30,000 acres. is : Ever Handled In Kitiimmee.. .....1"T- : 4'k
the present moment: *.of Stewart sad. 4he business prairie, known. "Ocean Prairie"of OOI' _ '..
From Lake ,Hlcpocbee, through a session.In which I expectto make stock farm.I u ,i
.. .awgrass mar.h. passes the HlopoobeePaaal.laa the afternoon we were tendered a have it all fenfted and am proceeding .. ; fj----v'II _". !JiL; -___- -"
; more or lets .straight lineI ride to DeSoto Park, where-refreshment to) 1I1.nt.1.O improved grasses, and! : E,4'
.* were nerved and a foot-ball have experimental'plants of different; A. E. BBARDEiN
for over two miles to Sugar Berry :
game between Jacksonville and Tampa grasses planted now from which will
Hammock, acting ..' the main, outlet was the veteran 4S4visitors. determine what kind is best suited to ,

_ for the waters of Lake Hlopothee, and / that climate. -.FhoGRAVSHOUSEi I 4

having a considerable drop In Its. At night a reception was tenderedthe Some-of these lands are overflow :
I visitor by the Daughter of the landsof the upper St. Johna river .
level, which causes normally a strong, Confederacy, In the! spacious clubrooms and to, prevent the overflow I will ATLANTIC COASTLINE RAilROAD' CO: '
;0 current. There I. also near the star of the Crescent Club., Her refreshments build canal from Washington Laketo -S-i- S I
of the C&uslfrom the lake a eross cut were served, and the veterans Indian River through Elbow Creek 4.. T. OWENS. *"MOI' >HI.TON Schedule In effect August 1, 11102. -
..., canal which extends widely Into the were entertained by music, recitations atau Gallie Fla..',' and will leave. '
dancing and conversation till here, for that point in November. R'JCTES'lrf' 'THE Si a
J marsh on:OLb.14ee: of the main Canal a late hour. Many of Tampa's fairest I expect to prepare this range for SPECIAL- .:WEEK 5'' --26-- TS. ,
4- .w. will suppose",th..t.the., engineers women vied with each other in 20.000 head of .cattle. and will raise -r; *_i Lv.,..,.TM"" .....Ar T10*to oop too LY.'I'a..d.: .........Ar r limp .
velvet sisal sspi. Ar..a'' t'ity..Lv S 'lIp'n* ..... ...L. .6Ust
for the dam desired to doing honor to the visiting gray- bean..Dd cassava to fat the '"
responsible prevent and COMMERCIAL'' TRAVEL, SOLICITED. S tiw s 161'| Ar..Lakelau. 5 S46p tai Ar....".,.. iMd.cur'...........Ar'S. '
the flow of water from Lake Hiopochee haired veterans of the lost cause linger cattle on, be.ldn"will provide Improved S .. . ...,. Lv.... .1.. .. r *>0p UJr.p ; ..." ... 10'lp0If > '
many pleasant memories will I grasses for pasture to take the f S T26pIAC..B.Sow..l... .1000p40p ..! !..Ao.ta..p
through the main Canal,giving with 11* of the reception given u* by .place of native grasses. Near "5'-. .lapIAr.Ae.dla..Lv. <10 4iU.............. & _. ............... .. '
with ,
'S them the benefit of the doubt. They .the patriotic Daughters. . GBO., W. HOPKINS.Osoeola Situated, : Depot Fine Laic View., Slop Ar..Pnnta Port*..Lv 111 Ilot> ...,.,.....pltk ..,tTlftp" -. .....Ar 11Lr .
trouble and individual :The leading feature of the reunion Fla. leela 1ilIpiA.fjjjes.: .. Lv 51*. ?sop ..........,Jok.o0rlll. .. ...... Clip '
erected at.K\8at morning county.. I I 55. liOlal Ar.... 0rlando..L. .12a.6I\p 1% .. ..................add ......... .. 5 lip
Thursday .
wa the parade lea, .... ..... ...
expense: adam-not above the 1 (Ar .itnlont 14' 5 los SOup UAr ........ JI'I..n.--. .... C Sop :
At 10:30: o'clock' the parade was Fine Hunting and Fishing within reach 1101. ''i" .
easy lMaIAtOrang.Cily4,4.v 417p .
cross cut canal-but below it, and of the Hall and LlirhUey' & Lewis Bros turned 100 iaoon . ....$ ksvIl1..Lv Lisp
formed In front City P-:7': : A..... .. ...4 TIot .... ..
d its completion to Florida to Constant bead of cattle into .18-acre Held of. D.L.n&Lv : :SOp > .DlJrb8p.h..Ar: 1..> .
'I .ere.dellgbt on marched up avenue - -- I""' '' .:.: .Ore Oak........... ** 11 la* .'
? -sec the water above the dam rising street. thence to. Franklin' and velvet beans. purcbased from Mr.Bower. -5 Sop 4_ "Ar ..ralatka .... Lr 10 SOp 5 lip 5 2IIpH .. .......,.llapoa. ......... ? C 07a S .
; down Franklin to Whiting' where It Monday morning., They-are a sep 'I 0Us4 Ar..JecUoD.UJe..L..CIDp, IKf"Pullman !HUp" ........r.. Wayeroai ........... 7 so* 5- ,: ,
and t.btoere below the dam falling. disbanded. In front were Major Mc experimenting with the beam as a fat .. .. _'__._ __ .-0.. .. ... '- .' .)11 eau
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But the pent up waters bove, strange Kay and the police officials on horseback producer. Mr. Sol Page sold 28 bead ; :: Bleeping car* 011 21 aDd.1I2 ..UIIp I.. ...,... ..-Tampa ..... Ar .a 4601 S -k kT
: to.la1. kept on rising until they over- ; following on foot were the police beef-cattle to Dr. F. M. Wilson .and, be&weel1.TaoIcaon"nf..l1d. Port Tampa. eaau"At .....'....;TfeoaoloMUMa ...,*...LY .5 DIS
department Hon. W. W."Hendry last Thursday.The i Uallf amcapt Bandar.
JlQwed the btypk* of the cross out canal force, Tampa's of superb cadets fire from cattle weighed 611 pounds aver 'II .rrs; T Ds.. .'& hip 10 Sop Lv.... .. Tanips.. ......... Ar 7 'C 40. M top t Sop .
a company . <
which extends far into the I ses 7 aft np. 1..DL."Tam""OI..A"7 50. 16& 5 EDFORDSBJACKDRU0
saw The $18.81 7
at Bartow age. price paid was per .. Sop sop :
Institute .
the 8. F. Military om 7Soa alp' 111> OpAr ...PurtTamp..Lvlli. 510a ""ft 4I\p"'7 ihp
grass marsh on both side of the dam and the Tampa Rifles, under .command head.-Dartow CourierInfortnant.Sailboat 10 10. .1 catv, Ar...Bt. Pewn....... .I .Lv '..$OIls .4 lOp

and at the present moment the baffled of Capt. Jewell of Tampa,.thenthe State Bank.O'-Kissimmee' ..74'ip Ar...... L. .. ,
water. are hurrying through. the taw- Second Regiment band then the ", '. lip Ar..coons., ........ LY' .M ha '
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old veterans bearing the old battle iitinBkaii .. Arsrpoans..Li 26e
banks of b . *Daily. .._Bnu Uz.
grass and falling over both headed by < .,
of Confederacy,
Bags 4 '
1lovt 8u.TO SS TUTRK KA. T -
the Hlcpochee Canalbelow the celebrated O D'. Law and Stewart with theirstaffs .. I louts UB8T1" THE
E gan" lg at. Tote ttH. Irr..:-..Vamp. 10 ' S
L T ** .5.4r OOp 7 12
JUI trlu 'I
; dam for two miles,' the result came Into view. The brightgray lobe 181'.108'of op Lv.JankaouvUle .Ar C mat i lip- .... dally. 23 N GET ,
being that the level .of the water in uniforms, shining buttons and all lover of nautical port. BheI : Offers to Customers Every Facility liSos:lip: 10 M/:: Ar.Way.mea.:: :Lr. 5O0.llli.:.. .:. T SuopLv-,...--.Tmp. .... Ar 1-i----'oop hOP r '
pAr..8a".DaDlo..L. SSllallSr 540 ._
staff '
annuls isnp6ua slos1vick.o.vIile.Ar
gold braid of Gen. LAW bop '
,,4 Lake'Fllrt and Bonnet Lake between together. with the fCt"tnlforD.I of; I I. flrst-class In every particular, witb'tboroulrbl1 Consistent with Sound Management. .17. .!!!''f Ar...Cbarl lAn...Lr >p 8117. 'lipIlOioslAr..Weyorou..L.v s 60. Slip HEiCINE! J -
sailor the ,
"competent at : lI rWftnjnton..Ly ISlp
Caloosahatchee 11-1'2\.1 11. '
dam and the River .
the the battle flagsof h
of men, :
the many .
many helm. Apply to HARRY A. VAN 4 Ar.. .f lift.'P
to the S : (10 ..Ar.: Wuutooin.r ::I.,
the flying Ip. *
Is an high as it would have been If.( no Confederacy =
DIJCCK, House Boat "Rambler No. Personal Attention to All Business Intr.sted to Ol 11401' 6. Ar.Wahlntnn.Ly| 4Li1a1 S iiao.1' Ar.. ( ( :.
costly. ,dam bad been so skilfully brM... with the band playing"Dixie 2." City Dock \ 1- "Ar.UalLtwor.Lv $62a,1rllta 11fI 70p".. : Ar...BI'.la.b.10..." ..
4 OSO ii 265 ,
carried one ba k to the Ar.PhUad.lphla. it SOs. p .IAr..Iv.oanllle .,.l.v Sift ,....
1 built, and the waters of Lake Okee- stirring days of '61, when many-of \ t lual I.A..I..yo.I..L' ". 5th.i: :' IA..r.b..o..Ly TOOpSIMp .... t-Tbedford's Black-Draught'' has

b ,ohobee are flowing, Into the OUlf of these same men,then beardless youths, RHHUMATJSM.GURHD N. B. CARSON. C"aHIIR... ,"TIUHOA.aEVICI .It' .=...Ar.,.11 touLmTl [.,.. ._Y d'bills for nwre't i .
under the. same ban l4 sleep ,.. Ar... Louiauils.L. s the common T .
Mexico a. if nothing had bappenened. were marching Plman i :
.. 4..; ers between New York ....._ : & such 'I
,, , keeping time to the same musicto 40: .r..Caaa.U..I. iou.1.. oonrUpatloe.
ill a
_ It seems apparent now,' .al.p*....t.b.a nel\the seat of a war that la-point of . '. .' and Port Day coaches, between 3& ..._. riiI... Lv =. I iiJ.b eJ be-'
dam at \he particular point carefully' destruction human life and property ,AT LAST ': Jacksonville and Dining Savannah and bU.

A Mle ted' D the Hlcpoohee Canal, to ::!, was to be without..* parallel lathe -- -- N.7wrHr r<5 18 and % arry.Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville IUMS. beodacbos 'and I

prevent pie flow in that direction. history. of modern nations.& CIm RIIIr1.IIfnfII. via Wa.hln&11 and Penn. R. 7ft and 23 carry Pull-- cmpt no other medicine is ft
When the procession reached the Good News, for All Who : lGD! Sleepers and.Loulstfla_ Montgomery. It Invlgoralaa soil rayulatcs
would need extend entire
;, and Dt.m. nllJ ,... the Jjver, aatuts digestion,
Almerla it *oa stop ) Punta Cords
came leave 7.00a
Hotel and arrive
.awgrass marsh from pine land to Gen. Law and staff, togetbewlthtbe Suffer With .Rheumntinm I .... --.. ....... ., Steamers leave Fort Myers at.6.00a and arrive at For Myers Oorda 4.0Op.4,30p. Dally etiuiuUtcs action of the kidney*,

pine land;a distance of several good Daughters of the Confederac ', passedand Free. iM.OrMt.e.A'tA.... except Su04al. 5 purifies th b and purges u '
long miles.,' took: their positions on the verandah S..m. I for Kay West andUvana. Tuo.dp1'I' and Sun bowels t. .
hotel, which seed as a 4. ' i". 1 'ure' ,cures coinpUint Indigestion, ,
of the wa .Ta all who suffer with Rheumatism as. .
\m'1" stand' As after' S c.u 21 .-.. .. j" DtIW .... 'I10. Buffet sour ,& dianiness, dulls,,
S reviewing camp camp I will gladly send free the wonderful : bc --" p-. nulliNG Tampa at &00p oa IePulan 81eeper"Tampa to rheumatic -
CASSAVA AND"' CATTLE. filed past the cheers that- rapt theairwere sory ; In"a recent 'Issue we' gave some deafening. Partloularlr was thisso after year of suffering, together with # :d5iin."' aN..I___""y sin: """ se.iisN ID csies en TcxraiKA Lave Tampa 8.6Op arrive New'Yol 1.4Jp second day ' , hardcolas
- when Iverson reached a point ___ Llon. made at
Camp the moat elaborate treatise. on Rheumatism all points north,east mod west. '
figures .about the yield of cassava, opposite the re"le..r&l..JII. 'Com ever published. --,_M.WW7--"t..e----. .. "-- Information regarding the Bchedales,lhrouich ail 1 drtur-
; obtained mander.: Franklin stepped sjjde, with No matter what your form of Rheuniettsm "'_--inin..f ee_. ..:::c1.-===In.&:: ..a.III_........._..0._u.s_.$ etc., be.secured upon application to ,0U;- al'l'an.ul a L"I' roservaLions gist U.''eo'. bl-VVI&' ',

__. based upon, the result on b..ln hand,and offered three cheers for ; Is, whether acute chronic, .. '" --5- .1t1I =- "=n='Ir' rI S mal S S O' Pl'afAMJt la 2.ot. J t_ : '
tbe muck lands of the United Land. our division commander. nstentl, muscular" Inflammatory, deformant, S. P. COLLIER,JR., Division Pass. Agt.Tamp AI' substitute. idol aeonpt ,

: Company near here. one great yell went up. from one end sciatic, neuralgia,' gout, lumbago T. M. EoN, Traf Mg'r., W. J.CRAM, O. P, A., iEMA.T.M.. ,original a made having Uu .,
of the/rooe..loD to theother.> ." etc.-no matter .Low many doctors I Wilmington N. C; ladioine bl&G""MO' ,,7
;! Commenting on this, The Stockman p. m.;tbe.'vBterans have failed in your case-no matter ) Q PROFESSIONAL' CADRS. .; ,-S
-r again repaired to the .CeefeUrVtowit- how so-oalled "sure cure" 1'"-S- -- .: J UJUv ranfrtUadt-DnirlM. 4 '
? of,:DeLand his the following:! ness the beautiful and imp"I h -.::11- have many tried-I want. you to write you tome ; CHASS 7s$1t: ; Z;; E. F. ,ZETROUER ta UM .-1. rf Bgaod >

_; "Taking the above Mite. face value, arches that marked the close of this and let me tell you how my motherwas A1TORNEY-AT-LAW:' St any. -I I.i '
; .and we have no reasonable reason for Interesting reunion.. Gen. Law tendered cured. DEALER IN Lines a faiaUy e cw" .1.1, k
i discounting It, we would like to ask, his resignation. but amid great S I am neither Doctor nor a Professor I Cannon..BuildingKisslmmee MaIoY; imship ',faar yaws I Ksvs hapt than a.feet ] .;
where In the United State or out of enthusiasm It was 'voted' down,and -:-simply a plain man of business-. Fla. .1 wtth aaaCSavkei BlackJ.CKEENMwa ,. '

'J it, can a Ilk amount of fe.i be raised the General, together with! .all the old hut I. have a CURE.for Rheumatism, Fresh PIth S THROUGH ,. >e> L; !. '
per acre, even if we count the cassava officer. were re-elected to serve 'or and i'*want to toll everyone who suffers : D' J. W. 81MP80N .

at the same feeding value as the corn the ensuing year.St. *with-Rheumatism about U. I wish S N.w l4ew '-a-- ,
York .
.which It BO far exoell? When our ,. Augustine was chosen a* the to be clearly understood, and trust .DENTIST. Pbildlpbia. Haven, N.W London, Fall River. I ,
L farmer once ..,al1.. tbat'1' doe not place for the next reunion- after that all who' are suffering with this -AND- 'St nin Prvidoa Boston and all, Northern'points. 1:. I '. 5
pay to put feed Into scrub' stock, and which the entire audience arose and terrible'disease, however apparently Office over OaoroU Pharmacy. *
?t'S that. they can make, beef that will sang "Auld Lang Syne." beyond the reach of cure, will write tome I : Omen BOTJRS: 8:00... nv to 12 m.; -AT- -
a ,come'up to the best article that comes A short but eloquent' prayer was this' day and I'' will send you by Oysters.: 1:30: to 6:30 p. m.SATISFACTION. SureC 1''
from Armour or Swift, the people of by Chaplain Gen.Bailey of return mall this work of mine. I appeal GUARANTEED.

? 1& South Florida a hurrah' Camp Iverson, the doxology was -especially ,to the .'chronically Telephone No. It Jan S : re
S. if every orange tree In the State goes' sung, the benediction was offered bv 111"who are wearied and discouraged !
r 4 ... to the bow wow right BOW, because' Rev. and the reunion for 1002 with and those'who I ."
Ralley "doctoring" to : FREE DELIVERY ...".Hick. c:. w.i5oflswai b...... l..
be much In into history. ." : .
there will more
so money passed have been east aside a. 'IDClurabl. h M -
the beef. Besides, with stock. there Is' Camp Iverson was the- 10UDlre.& All'you'have thought about Rheumatism - HICKS A HOLLOWAY. . 4 '. -THAI VIA. 11a-- -

a constant Increase In the fertility in camp present in fact the youngest. in may be wrong.. .Let .me tell you Physicians and. Burgeons S b .and Impaired .a The. I' r ,-
,the land instead of the constant drain' the State, but the prominent part it experience. Surely, If :you:!' have :S OOtoe ,
Osoeola lees 5s5 S
on i the.f>pocket-book of the man who took in the ,reunion exercise. and the Rheumatism have a suffering Notice of Application for TAX. over answered Pharmacy.Calls ANY OTHER -a"-. is- ::
r raises citrus rally. Theme/ is corning Imposing part It took in'the paradeare friend' it will\ to Investigate Deed Under Section 8 ofChapter day PHONICS or nlgdt.aiaweitoa : LINE. "r she a. all.',_ j'..'

and on an express train too causes for congratulations amongibeim my 0'il.raD1w..and prove for your- Hicks, No. 40.> No.'- )..... '
when the southeast I. going to not friends.I Alt OBSKBVX: I make. 4888. Law Office Phone Eollowav, No. S. . Pateenger leave Jacksonville every follow less S..-e. f '
only furnish Its own beef, but a goodly ;, Send me your address today-apostal of "'3orIda.' , -. Tur zVia I yes Q.I..... '. '

St- ;__ snare of that for the east, even U BRAVO TAMPA I card will do-and I will, mail Nnncn u matBY arvzN THAT j. nValhona. 'n A.TBOMABOM, PsHTMV, "'" : the "Sea Hands". >. ,..:.. '. 'i .' .; .'. Jo, no a. m. (Met.Umited dsVsmansTil.te5..psofsSok5..LIssess ,
; we do not aend some of it west. >It jrpu this wonderful stery. If you pnrebaaor of part of Tax VarUSMU t>. ,_ . lasTow,Piano. hain--dInesSi,5.5. '
t' lack only'the kind of cattle &hM..1Il It 1* more than pleasant to be able nave any friend suffering with Rheumatism Ho.621,da&otd inoMk day of Jaly,A.D. lies has Will tlU It'...._vary sis or algal wnka.rwni :Via! Plant System ..- .'o .. . .:.. rn. ens any ees.a As he-fIspee .. .tee: o'<; 1
': make the 'Quality of beef the market no matter where located : -1",1. -" one,tad ha.mad 3Hsp. artel rwar Moa .aaalseataCBOaa, m''
:for : : 1-
to nice- thing about Tampa,: for UMB aeaordAhoowith .\ __ '
----! I demand.Th experiments: made say time been end me their. address, and I will mallfh.m I... said oarUBoaM. ombraoaf a tho tot.lowing at\*at.k.Barlow.P loa In prloe Dor tboMvUUias Via Seaboard Air Line ,.' ., a. . .. '7 m.o p. n>.. (Fast. Mall' ) '
how that the beefbreeds will do well people have,for some past a copy My address la VICTOR dnerlbad prapanj.lltaalod!. OaoaoMoonnt :
fin any section of the southeast; it but sanctimoniously throwing, Bloomfield, Ind. 00-ly /, Florida lo-wlit > Going aboard steagUbip immediately .arrival "
'1 w>f of NK:>< .fcaollon: .. Township M aVmtb, S. ? on at Brunswick.
remain to get the bull. \to oros with marks at that precocious city. until It aoe.265aM.S; S TMOAASO.p..pIcIe.a.4 ......a Dr.
our native stock. The .breeder of Tli.aM laud being ....oIu4 at the date .( :
A Notice of For Tax AtXOAUS\ AXaWEBU. Baaazage
had almost become, through hallowed Application ,. .. _..
U l
Texaer are "looking this way for a *unoa of snob aortlSealo In lao ,(hocked'Thruah'o.Desdtftlot. ,
g4; :.; market for their,surplus. stock. of good habit, necessary vIrtue. : '',But cities Deed Under, Section 8 of ol T rortaamad M.Palmar"$,M,. Ualoat sw laid.Ui oartlleaU doadwllllclharooo shall I .oaUaawPIWM"' M. a settee paB 41 For " H'reis

, bulla" >- are only1 human after allj! and* tithe Chapter 4888. Laws ::. on.the Imo. day ot Dooa.
',This 1. Dot a prophatidbut statement, individual wbq 'graduate with notoriety .ofFlorida. ' .0.,1 Whom oBoist* A B. A. W. WB
/ -- uv Icnatare and DR.) STEVENS, '' PYE. a*> *t., JACKSONVILUE>LA"KISSIfflMEE.JlIYER'RODTE ,
_ the opinion definitely expressed, In a course of wild oat, possessing - rIOTlCCiaj4lKKB.YOIVKNTRATB S : .F.Lan t aaal her, A.PItS D.flu, 1110I.Ilt day.oi DeveeiIal1 , & . .: ; >

;jl'r: of certain fact now ,In light, and wa a warm heart and kindly qupilitieswithal d.o I. 21 liairr, ; MTx OartlnraU Mo.131 fllid da1e4r""I ....O.IIL... ....DKXTIST.: ... '
Is. of Juss A. D. bs *W .-5- Clark Circuit Cotart ofOaeaola 555';. .
:), :.welcome the spreading_abroad. of sued often succeeds to an,honorable In n&y Ofic.. .s'km made sepito.. Coaaty, Morlda befl es serve .. .
i *105 for md to Ixiia 'In aeeordano with Gas Admlobtered.Om ....
: S jam nls *< .
W genuine. seeds of truth."' and useful career why: ifhould.not mO4 law .Tl (MrtlSoal* mbiaoaa lb. tollawlDCdMoMb4pn .. . .
.. 5- the city' ,r .,a'. ';;. >IMrr alnuUd In OMMI' Coontr, Notice. of Application for Tax' . H...,,_ jj3.A.m.4 P. .,J ,. ; s she> It I.anre -ai"pee__- i '

'I, THBY:ASK FOR JUSTICE.. vTampa. has now. pro"ed/be '.wee* ._.\;ehT W.of M. for.of .... I 110 ft, Deed Under Sectlop,8, of ..i. ORLANDO.! ;, :.. FLORIDA ..hose imps,, kea sseu" .' 5T -
.. .
4 4 ft ( W.DIO/t,M, 4J> StO.e.. 17.Tp. Law h5.5.Li
', ,'.. To out what might be a long' storyVery and generous..reception qualities of the dlll'lall" Confederate Tt'.'i; UJ Ian" MID ... M.. _.... J. Steamer' I! I 'SteiiierRosUad( -I .
abort, w*> j> editorialtjomment I IS ab.I f>f sock ocrtlScate In tbi nani* of .. 'Lile" V
ubHshjan JI.U.T.cav."r *< -.u/i.1 .
Veterans and her flltil*. r" iave Unknown.. Val_ aildlwrtlaaata tnill b* MOTICK-t* ' a:, s. -- t ,; ., .t : "
des.s.d. to law,tax dead will inns Wlllion ",. ofTaa CoitlB Alio '" 4NOTARY1'UILlC'SrATZ'ATLADOE..... l-- ,
and MOr4lnr pnrohaaar '
) .
the o
from '
Tlmes-pnlon j1.
town, the' seed of loe. tame oat, theresa. om the rita-flay a _ol..DaoomlMr, A. D. l ) **." ' D. tee, ha*aiad said eorllBeaM la S s- .al .e-, i
Cltlsen in answer to our frecenD article which;on hei'riclfOQllllllPOlaI.oa cli ' my ,. 1k .
._ "'ITES. nr. offlolaV iltfnatore and and ".. ..... anplloatloa for tan Real Estate' Agent.IsSlMME.S l' '_.4_ :. S't' : .' ._ #
on Florida native 'cattle, which$ should bear a crop of grain al!ft. (o'bea \ 5.51 thIs DM 26idsi of Koraabar, A. lam la aoeoidanoa Bald orU oaUntbraaM ', Regular. 1 =. ; ad-4
-1 Rosekda "
; : : oJ" S return. leave ,
_ 1 I D.-i* ( th followlnc bad proaartisltonud .
J ; . ,
'..c wa In reply to their severe.criticism .u.OI_ Intense pride .t dth.ftt& q aNo.v: :... : In Oaoool'County, ,: KI.lmme ; Friday evenluir. ,.... S r' '
CisrkOitnuIiCou WomKU and JI"IeI".u) ; [ 14 ,"W .'. .
: AMDM. sa i.- '
.<. 't'o the said much maligned animal.( \ i-T i of Ovoaola ttoanly,.Florida. art Bljfof BlfU Ba Uo.%anis '" oI. .. ,Special Charter f r ps to Lake Okeechobee and Fort, the "I.I.Minsvi '--' ,I
: 0..... Crop. rB, W.B ,JOHNSTON. B. O. \... .'. Sooth,, Kane: 1 Soul. / '.5Tb. .Llllie. Myn'o .
."The Kisslmmee; editor make hlm- Un" 1 boxesof .wld land balnf *. emil. .. .6,300 hSvS
U 7..t.erdal.boll' I
> ever T
l the laraanr of anoh oarUS.oaM In Ut..... of Florida. ._.. *
b ;iou the champion of the Florida cow. citrus fruits have been shipped S 6O VntAIIS'.BXPnUIIKMOnf Unkuown" Volant **id .."'Ie__ ahall b* PvBLIC.. STATX' ' AT LAitoiMARRIAOKS Th me PlchUequ Water"a71f klLn.M.Q.cctt ,
t. '.,it'-' .To him who knows. .fully' the ,subject radomad" aomrdlni' to law tarn dead will 1 lara A ..SPKCIALTYOffice YOI Passenger a Freight Rate apply to i S ,eesaIIaut' !: ..&
..> ou" cow need no defense- In from KlMlnunee. Wi B.M$ldDlOD ta". on the lath da>at. lasoeeb.r1,4. O, " CLAY JOHNSON ,\
Stewart ,
Avenue 'ji
., on af. ;
words for the beef apeak for Company: have. shlppel about:-1,159 . kiMi.. .
: .
; ; sad On b< ,f jj.J
: ewJO\la KISblMMEE. ." FLA. } Fla. '
Itself" a* eloqnent\y\ as doe the. SmlthJ up tonow",,,and they have contracted. 1'l: : & of Mo- o' ;. o ar .JUio. Kluimme.. 4s '
the D.,1502.S lm. '
J .field bam convince world that boxes ... ., - 1 .]
for about 4,000 from Basatnger INo.. ..'t...,. S : SVk4e.nas "Sq
all virtue has departed fromAthe rvorbaobrwhea ol*' o. 5'S 'C' i
and the River grove, already. The Clark OlranM Conn :
4. .. acorn are"'pientifel..Wben.ver Water* Carson Grocery Company 5- .5 Oi *iila OoanA. ,FIerIda. N _.-.__.: a- .A

-. the animal '1* found that hipped about '2,600 .boxes le*>t week, Formula '4' S 6. .! .
-can give n* good meat on starvation the story :. ; .
ration, then and only then,' will-L the ana they have purchased crt'IpJI on P .:"VANS: AGNEW, .1 .t -'11 .. II suV .JZ
the following grovesBryan,
MY.I. i.45t* -
?'' ,"" .' Florida cow. and the raaorback bogtake L.P. Hughey.' /. F. O'Berty, A. T. -1 ATTO.W T:,'AT' : I II < ', --. _. ...?Si, I'

.'L.,.7 I}. from the their second, without. dispute. -,;' Ben. ,..*. W. :"L' ., Moeeley; Geo. Over- ." I I ..AND .NotAxr LA.w.-I I IKIbSIMMKE. .. GTOV" S: GSffllfeSiSLP11 re " .:.-',. '" P .
street. Bears 'di Simpson, R. 'C. and. : , ".'". ,.
-.' $'. 'Wa fully1) 'understand"the, underrrarf : 8. 0. Part It,' Bdoseley; J. J.HUUSP4 .. :.:[ . ."FLA.-' .': .. .taidtM.t s "".t. ; ,

(\. .' tr rent, of.friendship.contained: 1 la this Savage;,.D.Coboon,J. Stunner A'WetberbyMV, J. M.-. tee B. The Hell Freeenpuon Jlalana. FhtU .Extract.PERUVIAN BARK] FloW . POPLAR' BARK'. :J ;'s**, 15: 1'f

:t9. '4' aiaMfnou, paragraph,>' ; cbn,3jgKr and 1i, c. Le%'-M"KaU"R.'O.-B... Chills and Fever la 5 bottleof Orove'e ; i: : Vkdd : ,.: '*% ,u"&

A' ,*he a the Florida -ocr! doe*.,not ber, Mr. *. a..'W.",Barber W. C. Par- Tssteke.Chill, Tonio.. It 1* imply) ',r I:..lw.JO < ;I.PYjAB. ? v\ .t '

n7... ,..-', rJ, )'j>."Tn |ph need irfeodaUp$ ,baaed upon aoenj5. B. 'Cornell Ltti* Lanieir,' iron and qUa In a taatelawB"'form. 'J ,WOD,I, kId KS I : t. .W'H,';
.5 1 )f' IL tt7A.olba e, Btrtem No' core. No' pa*. .' Prloe 600..E : x
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vUBMe at IADlII''J'* : Oiilk diat other 'S ** :
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1,.'''''''-'.'.;-'._ __" .* sMc.of:4s.' ..-j win tft....1h WV4.m -.,....b 4f..tI1rtt-.pIU'" Ipa.onIa thC\XiM1iOlmS\ |Valley.-- S,>UU offloe, a4raIy. "., .8C.a TBici f.." w) iC' ..i| GOTO..No, .' P' ::..,_ i iesl ;;&
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The tonight. Hanoock'n.. Liquid Sulphur 'is en>-', Wed. !ewood '
( 'dorsed and prescribed by many Physicians O O. ,
l evening. throughout the. county for all Ware NoveltiesKISSIMMEE :

.S J from Lake. blood and skin troubles. Hundreds PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY E. B. WATERS C. A. CAISSON
of oases of jBocema and other ,
A. C.,,'1.. will kin diseases have been permanentlycured DRUGGIST. President
Secretary ,
by" the use of Hancock's Liquid
"" S_,_,. ; ), Sulphur after alt other remedies failed. -4'
M... S. Cures prickly) beat in an application. :
) Main -.......t. Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cures skin COMPANY'
- troubles of every, nature.. No home DRUG) Waters
& COwac.IsAL
';" 4. :; I .. left'ttere 'should be with out It. Ask yourdruggist Carson Grocery .
txUi.... .11 .. for a book on Llould '8ulpbur ., ,
B orr ago, U et. For .. .- -
S.KUO! > at the Osooola Pharmacy. '
; S .. :IB.load $vS.r'iiarasa.: ., ::1MreTt..r. .- .$ AiD KxTAIb. I.1 in- _
.... 'i.", t l' e.. + t. .
day ago "

l.: MhnoI Tnua..: ( ; : . I ; : I. M. .Lanier Oil.THE 'KIHSIMMEIJ- ,RIVEH.- -. "!5isi"iX FOR 1 GROCERIES. ..

,', d.':liT.1 r.; I. / .; and W. J. The 8ttas.r';' .Nsoma's Trip to '

f Gra" ; .' on Tue.- Hlcpochea: Casial. .. of oranges, and reached ..Basslnger -I f Cdobwtud FftTtllliars. j -
...., : l tea-
In. .
a landing for the nlcht.! ,
festivities, of -
t.1 ...alu.. ., On Oct.. 29th III .
the steamer Naomi 1 .Nov. 11.-We were and going' by
gunrt I*..*.,;.* with Capt. B. F. Hall and family and 6 o'clock this mGl'D up DIl.. I would = I e Etc. ;-
... '' You Anything -sSsa. Hay ray Crates A
.rr<< Narooossee' crew and Mr. Mr. J. N.;, Carne on advise all Invalids" to take this rv.c . .
<; r.ODlia.: ; ::15 p. ra., are' trip, it is so much cheaper than doctorbills !
left the dock 3 .
board city at p'm..Dd
y ia.: : .
: 1 It will then and so much easier to.take than '
., t; .*.... ': : ; : m., arriving arrived at Southport. at 1, p. m., medicine. -Met Capt. Johnson.NOT. .- .ti In the way-of Hardware, Tlnw.r k.
J. :::= : - where she tied up for the night. I 22.-Met Capt. Roebuck. Ft. GranitewareV" .Earthenware, HIDES FURS WOOL
.tOrf-Left with' -5. .GI
Cot this
f. early morning Klsslmmee who brought our mall and '
ALSS '_ --Fontanal ""l ware Crockery war Stoves, ,.
three fishermen for lake Cypress, put generously treated us to some apples. ''lbtft "et.
PS I'' bi, on behalf' them off, ran across to Hughes'S.h water .
On account of the low In the.a- '
1 Mtare and the. camp, put off ice and came on to nals the steamboats. are having greettrouble '{I. Produce a Specialty. ,

F 11., A .. ideal. Os- Hatobneha met the Polly and' put ,off.. vetting' the oranges from down -ALLON-. Cuntr l wlac. .
'I mora Ice. the River to market. M- -x' ., ., .. 1
.. .. Oct. 31.-Met Capt. Johnson's; steamer Nov. 23.-Up to Tatman bybae:. / c ia6c A. .A. .
N [ I a S cent Railway fare I Roneada, passed greetings. and tied Seems to quite.a\\ fishing>> business. ;'MA'KINEON. COMPANY RQIH-M-Q KH.O. STANFbHO l '
.. I.h. .up torthe night. M Fort Klsslmmee. going 01\-\' from Lake X".lmanMuP. : : 4< & r SHOES
*- Nov. 1.-Met steamer Irene at Bluff .: .. side. Wa ,-} -f OrlsloMor-of Low rrloo
,, Is all can sos camps on . t'V
'rlday. Hammock and tied Is Ktalmsue,
at Basslnger'for
up' came Bouthport. canal slowly, .
i -r: :::"d.:!;::::::: : ;: I:: ::= : the night. .. It was up all the boat could very do to get ----. --.-' ,1
......, received a Nov. I.-As this .Is Sunday wa stayedall over tha sandbar.NOT . -- i
i i Tue..tT.. ... ; that hU. day, but did not to church. Wesat ?: "
...) go 24.-Arrived at Klsstmmea If Klmona is a Mother Habbardwrapper -. .
i T....."'''. mayor around and thought of Sunday City dock at 10, a. ID.L this .ends our of with a, college' 1 .
A stock Capes'and eaa
_ contested School and ohnrch ana the dear home Urge then
i, I trip of tT days on the River. pajamas are edua '
+ .folks..tNgv.3 MBB. B. F. HALL J*. at veryreasonable/ Pensaoola Weekly, N. r----- I s
his Inim .-Left Basslnger'.and' cams i 1. : i
"U"' ;; and< on down to No. 2 woodyard. took on QUICK UKATTOM. Stops the.0ngk --- i..
will 12 cords of wood and two men and Not WMaw of Oseeota.Wnm prices. & and work .
at.he ran down to the hyacinth bed. 'which teas Tteus-Uslos teed CiDsss o.tlC.La&lv .
1 ..evening. was reached at 4. p.'m..'worked hard For the Information of the. press Bro cure ., h
: and got In about 300 r4e. and th.. reading public I one dar.; No Cure, No Pay, = =
i ; has' let r.-; Noy. ..Capt. Half, situation correct an erroneous Impression.. BUSINESS LOO ALS. Price Z cents. JSHOi
.5 SI hunting,, and decided to return to Bassin- garding' the old Semlnola ,squaw ES.
kill ger' for more help. After four hoursof Nancy, whose death occurred a- few Douglas Shoes at Stanford's. It You C..'. Bleep at Hlgkt.use ,l = 4t

to hard push and shove we backed out weeks ago at the Big Cypress camp, Smith's Nerve Rt. II., r1.
JoI deer.. are very glad indeed to be free again. : in the Kvargladas Queen Quality Shoes a Btanfords.. t nerve tonic. e. an E .ltd-j
ha and -his Nov. 6.-At Basslnger Mr. Hall got' Tba account, as furnished" at.that Neo.Prostration; does not eon- 'J
See .than thirty. men'and skiffswhich be sent through i time to the' press, states that the old Hot Rolls every day at Clty Bakery. opium in any form. Sold by. A
..... Co.'s the country" the lower end" of the squaw, known as ''Old Nano'" among Osoeola Pharmacy. tKest S'-t
". S. Jewell, com river. While here we bought more the Seminoles' was the widow of the Ob to Bt.aDor.0 get school shoes. i iSHOES 1a.etrAcaAr. j

C. F. .. prigade, provisions. Capt. Johnson came In famous chief, Osoeola, and that, place for real Liniment on Earth.
... dated with the Roseade and Mr. Carns \ookP"&jf8 "seven children survive bar I 8for.II. ba 4' d
back . -- -t. M. Tax., uAr.alaaic.AtaA. .
Miss not to to Klsiimmee as hs did Old N.DOb. squaw of a .1. Mo." _
.U ... .space the fol not care to tackle the hyacinths again.<< .brother of Osoeola, hence a-........-.ID.I. Fresh line of Candles just receivedat writes, 1. #iS.i5it; ; _
atism last down In bed six
is proud He will rejoin us at Fort Myers. if weget 1 law of the great chieftain. She was City Bakery._ .10.was .
dlf Hear organization\ through..' about ninety. years old. A lewyearsago I Call and Inspect. Stanford's new, weeks; ti elIDl. but apart got. D ortsi2ioofj2CSS./ .| SHOESMOUTH ?r..
Nov. 0.-Back at woodyard and tied the consented to have her picturetaken. nl. t.1
1483 at Kin goods before Snow --- ------- ---- -_
M... up. Here the meD-wlllp acro..ooUD. Chief.Tallahassee ..quicklyrecognised b711.' .Lal. S
in honor of
t with skiff boats.. bedding the said of {inch Domeslie. i I[ used It, tw bol
of Gen. Alfred try provisions picture. ana : Twenty-one yards 3 It cured 1' I .., ,
near Ki.elm-- and tools loaded on ox wagons' "Ola. too much .. see; blind' $ .at tfo..d. for $1. recommend mmntmnmtmmmmntmmmmnmmmtmmmmfii
Dr. : rheumatism since.>> I can !
in old to the toot of Klsslmmee. River wherethey elms," WbeD Tallahassee was questioned .
land ; age Nice assortment of B> PictureFrames Snow Liniment to be the beet linimenton
i to 'Fame's will string out along !the banks as to the old squaw's identity de-up%
return\ and will break loose the at J.-W. Thompson earth for rheumatism.I For rbsu- .
: some hyacinths with the suggestions that she mightbe .
wbil. the others it. ma&1 alat.1 or n.urall1 pains, rub 5'
C.p" push Ot. O ceol. widow, Tallahassee =
Naoma arrived last: They' have a swift current to carry It. showed marked-disdain, 'and said Flre-orackersl! Fire-cracker! All LDlmD')'ou.1 C. 'W.. GRIFFIN t,
t fresh goods, at 's Book Store.All Dot <<,
about DaD'
1.160 Into Lake Okeeohobee the
it into and high "No, no; O.oeola.blg chief; squaw b gram
: The winds. it out on the beach where 'one in Old with a speedy and effective 1 t
.. carry DO get I'joPida.) Nancy, '
Ham It dies. _!. Oaoe l.'. brotb. kind of JOB; WORK promptlyand COo and >1 at Osoeola Pharmacy.The E J
r+ te 204. and the Nov. 7. Mr. Hall)) squaw. neatly dona at this om.,.. =
the O. put everything in As history gives no account of the '
n .... She also good shape, tied boat and ain. chieftain's wives after death it is safe "1847" Rogers Silverware. Prices I only Guaranteed Kldner Cures fancy Family Groceries
Me.. .. and woodyard and left Ed. and myself to believe., they were taken to Arkansas. down at Pann's Book Store. Smith's Sure Kidney. C. Your ,
... with two charge of U and he and his men left Osoeola's father was an way druggist ,will refund ., I .
Lodge ..- The LIl- for the hyacinth bed, My eyes moistened English trader and it Is questionable Guava J'ulO In cans to make Jelly. after thing. one bottle you. are
Mr. returned to with tears. when I saw them start, U.tb. ancestor of the Osoeolas of the d CARBON Otto. Co. satisfied with results. CO cents at I MEATS \ I "
;tran fer- for we felt very lonely, and to add to Big Cypress band was a full brother Osoeola Pharmacy.. S FRESH, .
coin Doc. the trouble the gloomy situation it began raining of the famous chieftain. Firecrackers that wi popatDann's .
which will and about two o'clock I never remem- A. to Osoeola's wives, }!d' had two.' Book Btore. '
1 three week. ber seeing a harder rain'fall,'but .before They accompanied him to Fort Moul- Yon Know What Yew .r"T.kac'W.D Delivery every dayat any hour j patronage elicited. Sf S r
Mould- : '
the large night it cleared away, but we-did,. M. Just arrived-fine lot Picture you take Oro.. 1 ;
\ W.. E. 0. not sleep any too well that night as wa Doctor Weeden; the atteuding' sup Ing and Mat Boar.. 'WTUmuroox."Hook. Tonic because the formula iULUIUUUIIU.U1ULUUfUUl1U1tlillULUIllUl1UWLUIUUUUiC, { 7 t.FIP'10' .
,, plainly printed on ttls show-
,4; were not ,resigned to oar lot. &'eonr describes the death" scene of every
r Mr. >. Nov. 8.-Such a beautiful day. Ed. .lorlda's hero in dramatic style. make nice PrD. Wa lugthat it Is simply Iron and Quinine . -- -
tr and I ourselves with Robinson .k-hands ID> a.teJ. for No Curs, No Pay. ,
'''United lawn' tennis compare After- Osoeola had with have received '. .
'lust a 9r'r7F' S
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officers were Crusoe, as .we have our parrot the officers and chiefs, he tenderly I bat [took 6 _______ e
and dog, but we are not quite situatedas submissive silence sbookthands 17. D. SMITH. L J. W.
most pass the mat- with y I .l W Destroy _. F. C. >vt. : '"'
a few and It was he was, for wa have a family insight with his wives-and: Bills children, wJia,, .ICE, In any quantity . n xT
t '.9'1' to pl..o.. of us, and our food and raimentare knelt by: his south . Acent I a pound, ,for,,sale_,tl.rb" WILe'. but only : The Monumental Works : :J:;I
The .
should meet provided for. I washed this. morn Then,;drawing his soalfin'linifefrom ( '' MAKIlfSONCO."Save . ..01.. ro. mu..Dd i: Tampa T '
nearly the ingusing a small lard tub and two bis belt he laid It-across his n1 in they .' 9 . -
l Pierce on dish pans, and boiling my clothes in breast, and in another moment\ymiled money by dealing with Slan- conditon nests;; it blD.and quick];*, a healthy .. J : t : 4 '
S V .)',. ,elected a sine bucket, which only h.ld.t.hree away his last breath without a struggleor rbrd, the originator of"low ID"la" b, .h w I : .
;. Prof. J.-M. pieces at a time but I managed to get a groan. In that death chamber . O DDo exist tfio .. Marble' Granite Monuments
j, ,
't W. ; & ', and through. and hang them on the 'scrub there was not one tearless ejre-friends. ma #
dent of S. 'H. Dul- oaks to dry. y and foes alike the dying' A large assortment of choice new Umitk's lerY Jtestorer. ., -
( ;Plant : Mrs. Nova .-8.We were'"up", and breakfasted Chief. MWNW>IOOBI-WILSON.. designs In Cin. and Japan Mattingsat This med 101.. .. 1..DL'oau. I Headstones and Tablets. ,.
by and will spend the day Hand's Orlando. .
bands -John .. all oases of .
reading. I am thinking<< of our dearlittle 605 Ilarrlson'Strect Tampa Florida.
.now .41 about There has been a good' deal said 1n by It i* a- true ,
; time, Nov.-Sunday JO.-Thle.School has this bean morning.another the papers lately. ) regarding. tic wife You should see those hand .ue T911 o..oi.100.... eou.V1litl.o" .
of Osoeola, the famous Indian chief, decorated dishes A full pri.eee of Manhood. .
elected .. lovely da-b..lJrht. and warm as Juneand 1.1 Slick. IrM PmImi Specialty.aelmet. .
.. and thesearticles will be read with too cheap to mention Hand'sStore these nervous .
mutes hands
& 1 : bep- 3rd"'at Saturday's as my washing are too, sore will to put finish in Interest. Mr. Geo. W. Bendry, of Ft.Msade . a and weaknesses but will restore. them ._I"... merkte.r.nbbe.. 1" .
Audito writes tha CourierInformantas .-
: >> to foil vigor and manhood. Guaranteed
the day houseoleanlng. Ed. baa fine
i "will ap time hunting and tI.hll\R-deer.\ turkey a follows: : W. have a &of Center Stands In and sold at Osoeola PM.1. e .__.....rAduAral lt-.AuAtlluAaaAarAter lAf.".
The \ "A.0' &he question of Old Nance
,- enter- Oak, three Blses, second are
: and quail abound and we can sit on haDd"
be I thawife of Oeoeola he
being renowned closing .
A Meata."This
) teoom the bow of the boat and catch all the <<.out at great Damjrereu
allow that '
*" >stories, chieftain ma to sat ; .1s the colds
fish we want. My health improvingand E HAM .
.. She have been the 1D
well p of tic I fesl stronger every day. she was not. may Undertaker and . and acute 'a Do you catch mmmmmmmmmmmmmnmtmmmmmnnnmJ. ,
surplus should hear wife ol some old Indian-eho assumed .
'Hiyb I.Amo. .. atOseeola .l.Nov.ham U.-Our of venison good ,neighbor. about<< < three sentus that name, as and they.take often drop other.\belrre.1 For full, ep. and reliable In cold with a easily tickling f U your. yourself throat &. Wl THOMPSON..

: pounds of very fine honey in the There name la Indian up some the foat.11 1&.aul. ann."Ing-cough at might 11 r 01
now an Big Cypress
S. ,day the Lyceum comb and a bucket of fresh milk this << service .huld always have handy a bottle UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER
known Charils Osoeola. Thaold
state that as no matter located call 1 on oraddress Horehound J. r
We shall)) rememberhim
}"' county morning always chieftain's full blooded w. } Syrup A
lobe wife was a C. Collier; .. Division. 5 5
leen, kindly. How I wish. some of my 364 West kit .roht or- =
Indian of the Redstlok tribe and AdeD i"
is DOW friends'were Atlantic Uoast Line, : "We. Ballard's E atit r+ I
... of & : Klsslmmee down here. named ClutcboIer (Morning Dew), and PD.AI& 'CA S AZ Ta' .CO 'zrTa.' .
'", and pay lorehound for ooughs and ,
What fine would have for ,
r a we ,. Syrup
bon three children for the' "
; manager, game la In abundance.Nov. chief. two It .la or well known that Osoeola colds. It gives relief.'. We Ladles wd Oants Burial Soben.NICRiLINK . =
I' (' : IS..-Men returned last evening I have just received my fall and know It's the beet remedy for these I AND '
half his ,
band was a blood father being apt
winter slock. Largest and most complete induce lUNITRB
broken looseand troubles. I write this to otherpeople '
having byaolnths ,9
and ... Englishman and had no hereditary. STANDARD t p
: assortment of Wines, BWINO )
left them to drift out into the lake.We totha _Hi,_. .hl.k1 100 try. this pleasant and efficient C.IJ : 1
day. J.E. Mose- right chieftaincy .alorl BrandMyDscr.Oin.dreever, m aT PAIL Oa Ttt.ioB.tpH-- r< ,
<< .
then came down to the ten mile ,
. .
-Z.6 11.0 CLOSPT.TTSxrlox
chivalry and hatred .
uncompromising aD .moal.
day on Otter camp where we tied up for the night. to Klesi nmee. Call at the Kentucky oeola Done Ai. S r
dressed for the white. race brought him to tha .arA. .CIG
'I in the Had a heavy rain today. Exchange or the Cafe; '+ II&IUI . .;
front and be made himself the defender
.. ting" o Saad- Nov. 13.-Will start down the river Ar ,B.4 CLAKC }
.. also bought and the .leader of the RedWh.D -. J Beantifnl Clear Ik.M Ga roll .' Gsaea DD w. .
this morning and run out Into the
-'\ ... nearby t first knew Old was Herbtne a &
clear dl 11 .
ville, onto their lake. River all of hyacinths.Nov. the wife of Old Tonay a common; warrice IiotloelThere purify
; ". 14-We returned to Basslnger, bat allow conclusion : will ofthe Os- WWWWWWWWWU1W1UIUIUWW11IUIU
me tosay in be a these .
.. though
..... as their long look on more lorovmlone and tied up that Old Nonce was never the eeola County DU mIDII' Executive and .&ID in a 0.. .

..' >spirit .. other at M...-Pierce a for tbe night.. Spenta wlfa of Chief Osoeola, forha had but C& All mem condition of health; tohl r -
1>> very pleasant evening with Mrs.Pierce . wife and I Is Zo. .
their experi one am aura !there not an ru.t.ed present as common cause of ,.Il.' nothy, x xM

...' ,ing bur. .great Inter' 16.her-On beautiful our way borne to Hiopoohee: "authentic...., history that- claims. aha Ip.D' business to 'attend I.,.,, and and m. 1. of p. I
< otters are p
hot baa 1.
Canal!, stopped for the night at Tay
fend'' : only be a 10.'. Creek-and spent the evening very' Oaceola'e. Caareoter. Cba118.. ) l NARD LUMBER Co. '
sore'I. \ they 'willjbe pleasantly with Messrs. 1"aDeI" .. .. W. J", S.- CABS, sr, 1 Drs. regretful Louis. Raulerson.- Speaking of Oeoeola and "Old Ce. ",
$ ',, < Nov. 16.-Mrs. Pete Reulerson sent Nance," his brother's wife, which Be .ur and attend the School and This Is not a gentle
'Ir, lotion ua down a sack of..fine turnips. We have been Interested subjeote of press Bt.on the 28th at the auditorium. you. think how liable w-! w Saw and Mills
'the ,' teg.' are out on Lake Okeeohobee this -, recently, reminds me, says cornea highlyrecommended purchase for 75 cents the only remedy Planing |
'The ; and morning. and the lake la smooth as E. Nelll Beak in lobe Pensaeola Jour- and will be assisted. in universally known and a remedy that ,
'Vie I... week to Lake glass, crossed.the lake allright and sal, of many instances of Osoeola's tha evening I eotIDmt by some of has bad the largest sale of aay ml. Bills. Furnished.Yellow '
... marshes spent the night at mouth of anal.Nov. history which were related to me by Klsslmmee's b the musicalprogram. the world 1808 ( Now In operation. Cplte'Boua 'a '
.,. there anti '- 17.-Clear and bright, the canal the late Jacob Snmmerlln of Orlando, nhl.J'! I. for &beba cure and and- PUeh' Pine Lb.of all Kinds.J $r
for : 1 dsnks.; banks are.covered with moon glory "King of the Crackers" and father ,'of aOl Masonic T and Luag e.mpIDand O .T. ?.,
.. where Urea vitae.,-which are la full bloom at of Mess,. Jasper and Saa Summer 'odead.and . .h.O shouldPRESCRIPTIONS popularity theas : -
10"D. .
) ? : ., :,the .mack night. ,. the blooms are .similar morning lin. the well-known! cattle! kings.-ofPolk .Z. .' " thankful a C11 MAYNARDLUMBER' -
ne.d with water. : : . : Co. ,.
,. glory only much larger and milk and Hlllsboro counties.-;;, -> to ,B.
4 _'of white aod fall tl wtrt'l. are. In abundance Mr. SumoerllM, : often told\ me of his. > : Syrup There are ordinary. .
; .. duck feed. and perfectly beautiful I have familiar acquaintance with--Osoeola .by,druggists. V v v v V
..... ery- \ : ducks, _ seen' ,the [loveliest wild chrysanthemums and one.,,_.when* both wWelnTireminiscent ;.ttics|[ ;Cer>f>iH cp. Ob.1 ... and good

.t.. ...loww ... .green on this .trip. The canal .is as mood-the old chief told of C: :TWs fa an_old' familiiir r for light colds 11.bat for severe .
,.g. .tee with few clear as crystal and full of fine flsb. a certain massacre .ID which be y es I
':' d.lI."" ducks. We passed Buster ......U.. ''camp' at bis. people bad destroyed a'..hl.a: Ing I r.? in, fact, it'.is so old Cu.l.consumption, 'up4 .Is VV VNVVVVVVL'VV' SW .1 '
"+"'1 'key three dOD he mouth of the canal. guess he is tlemant, the awfnl'.een.s'of. t* druggists have difficult expectoration and coughing
and the two bunting f for another of those ,monster recited nsrasoved. :. -Mr.- 'SnmmerUltasked J fort during tbe nights and Il'Dln.there
'waa water Is snakes. .. At 9 o'clock we are out'on him if be dtd-D retfret.bsVtttf, ,We Is nothing like Sold C1TY .
'"' to attract Lake Hlcpochee. and it is taken chief civilised world. BAKERYCANDIES -
',"A' ; literally so many T1 We it is the most im by. all druggists la tba ,
this ,1 : but as it la, covered with ducks we had three' for shook bis. 1 b. for a O. G./Omx.Woodbury, Nr J. ., f
.;J. O.; banting. dinner, also plenty of fish.:" Beached moment and t'replied: pt thing in our business. I,
KJa.liD the dam at 10:13: and are all 'blocked '.N_ Wh. men S11 .only do it carefully
... and off here, they are still working on the man." I
Ii legal Tja Halnee to try fishing. and j lust aa fast was one thing in his. life that had dways See ,fluke & VII
*sary '11 lllOS- as we could. bait our books and put troubled him, and for which be I- New 'of Fan "
.Tie.ea : .) ,-O. *ttf'' them In the water we.aaht-lab.' Mr. Was always sorry. 'with _u..a o R. o u s Stek' Ou Cream '
'f_ ( dollar .! Hall and-the other men haws gone to exhibition. of emotion Osoeola t.o1 I "_- 'Pat ,.
s' "adle subscription i Fort'Thompson in a !skiff, to.aullOme how," .when a ,.01 .aO R ; Cheefae .
aslas I b rodlaA / .5
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ok- i---. ; Seemly.of upon I
over Lllo.of.
( 1 ,
., r>m' I v .N. ... Thanks NOT: I&-Mr.'Hall and lobe boy returned a white mother, \0. nursing babe t Pottnd A 1 Ct I >; '
.xhtl: ,1 barge !I would not' this morning, after dinner' all from h arms, and holding It. aloft wt ao.D asaaa,. e. '
''a. atam Impos of us went out fishing. We caught by Ite feet, had split the tender Porous Plaster that f once Cans ''v

(., shot' here., gold trout that would weigh i 1 from. S to 10 b't..k b identified by the name CmckO
.'.vt <.?.ftM. ,.-, 'Mr. . .- and lobe pound., and would tarn .V em back blq '. 4. needs/ o R t.t/r" !.r. I SMr TH CITY MAKAY '
a to bow could that no
d..... money or. Bee many we a al 0. savage Ut ie nil ..tie ar.ei ,
,X. v.being : ; . ifcr t t reel _Ju. '.
I* ,, ,1 L, y: = Mr. .J&.P"u It . ,-< 'I drf
*jr; v i tlfp to never wearied of telling me the noble1 c NICEfimE '
BOB, ? kZvp will characteristics b { 5 -\6)> FH SH._ k t c ',
Jtqa. sea stay !U" distinguished >m DSI : :
+v ,-jWob" ., ; ; ptampi, T?!l lf ]elanddate** ?t for. froas-saoet 0.1&k:and :alwaysdsplored .i-'l y .p- TO CORE.. A "'L I'OIX DAY .. ,_ __ _ .. 1 < ';" ..
i'.t Rqv:: . : Lbs .1 .. Take t 'I' 7"1
,. well and o late.' AU refund the 7 ' .
5 'I. )) express Nov. 20uVr4'came .'up.0 .stanosa to as _Dn 55 dmgg4Y money : / .
? Hn pipe, .. of that gold Pleree'....' ate dinner,' ran back down to and IC:thatrealnoWason.; aV-Job Printing 'dooa I otty MJ ijlt f to aura. I W. Grove's .' . t ar
't ,\" }. ' Mr.-rrak-Pier. .saed twit .' - .. M thleoOoK.v "I'
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; ef'rTh: ;' ? ,,,Ln0 Great> oo. damage beao be**|been e>lw .wrought jay. ''A'ateey o._. .* | !N.' hav* Mveral i thouaand fie one and two year old graffasd.,and budded '

I::v ii What the wtlf i iI ,of .pU.".t, la JU.. .to velvet)the*taUag beo*: to_)lOwWorid the toajr gtowo cllmar*>*oelor'.U'not' *kat ooaOuciv' mark- <, pecan theas'of I v4bal tile cboleMt tree" large*ver.offered tM baU te(''the..pobUo..' Lrget and' .Beast. > **ochor /', -.., .; .j ..

bus dove t loignl- '
t I' actual vermin Injury, \Joe ebeeks'of the Inhabitant of eolder itirang&s Pomelos : '.A lID ., -(
soon disappeared Kumquats'jOVEB"13& r
: \ -' ; .o.m. T.very a1end.rIr.aepre.eut'ed -. and more bracing climate, < Buddy ,. ( : : -. ; \t'
ehesk .are the resultof an active life
lier'owntnsrlteta'today.; ., 'Egg- "' TIME /lEp'ANQ' 'PffQP TESTED 7
THOOSlND bud'dsd Cltrna tAU leading vrltl (
1 . . quah, bean ekes tell the Ia a.J clear, 'poM.- t.'rilJOratJIII'I..tmoa ** en

Befor tin. Msynurd _died j she made gooJ-bye.. He- .' tired of \1th. .pl.O vea omao brought ..fromNorth. phere: but If the FToridofgtrl Will oarefuliy Sour end Sweat Orag rLORIDA ftOUOH LEMON *nd> TKIFOLIATA llsauf54tured espselsll to lult' '*H Ihcrff ulrta vBKof tb*'

ber BOB promise to let Wall atree H* woted .1.rde life, h told Ew I .Carolina, end the andcelery conform to 41*. rule*.o.f health Mock 'TWKNTY-FIVB vartetiM.Ira. Itlof "I. th* naimry k row, eotne sad

_ _ _ 4 'peculating alone: 111* poor woman. Iehfu j la.Id. hert he "knew.that there I from the north) .bbt; hav take an arooojrtof .azercie daily _, tham r: ",

i Chad eea four fort. g. down in tbe wa* juat.onethlug he. *wanted-i-th started troot W.u buia. ,'"" ..v' which Jut atop short of fatigue and I Complete tok of>cch .P..r: Porrimmoa. tig, Plum. Moibarry. Orpe. GROVE.GARDEN' = EtEL

,frenzied vtruggle between bullr aiubears womnn whom.h*.hud no hope-of wln .Pineappleonly ''enough- tie, the give completion faithful ear* each Ornamental treeo, eta. 'TWaTHTTX aora 'la eloaely ptantod BOSB-NyBSBBT
: fair Horace th* father. I alng.'I'nrea. '? aum.ueriand winter I together end .all day,, *b* eed not fear'that abe will 170 .* *.\ .Oorrwpoodeac* oUolt d. Oatatogn Ire. ,, 'r-" ". If yon sri railing TomatoM. Bggpl .t*.:6 l.ry.; Btza.berTI. .LeCni se .

; was t.e..r -able to *lip allure- day before lie let,, to hi* It an.. annualcrop.. 'Im.nld .. not J>ai.tb.' poaseaeor of at elear, Cabbage. w* can supply 70* a I..uu.made apcclsxlly for' tkat hr j

(i tuunt* of theirtrept.(8Yj.rd. tol"hln1. Mr. Traversacooeted him.but good would 'br.lne r pure compleziaa, although it. may THE GRIPPING BROTHERS" COJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA. been thoroughly teoted. Onv Shines P lire No. 1 baa too beet fnlt '. "A
When he* wa well Wu* alway at the club a limited .appy. not be a* white" I a* that of record of uiy fcrUUcOT old In t4 *ttVe have b.4.22 years pracaol KB**>

.I..1I1.lIng.ln I ordej. to' grow' richer.When "I hear 1" ** may have tfc,. her '' oeighboi, with enough IBO and hav spent mor* Urn and mo uy IB crop exp.rl uoUng that all ta*
-you .ar away. .Jsa't rot !.. tQ. the west color to her 4o indulge tier fancy mnurturers .Intbe stt. Beald. lF
Itewas; poor he "|xx-ulaled i InS It rather sudden?"lonl 11 1b. allow' special brand toe MwcUI rrou* w* oar.
order to get rich again: He had JUU (t.tai but I i are rcelyl 0, for any[shade'of color that she may _---- IB stock all kind of VHRT1LIZINU U.\TKUIALaT AND CH Bill GAL*. f*
;' have
dlncerinni-nt and Ice Btre-ngth of char- .Y. made up my tober .date 87,012 } .. cnooae"to wear. The hot sun during W. were ft*> Ont dealer to put the different fertlllbDC maUrlsl$ WhAle 1'
Ue unable *o resur that here la more chance tor. same period; 60,071. October 27 I our long cummers and the soft, languid are a eful* 1"'la. 'to have, and JUXEK, it. IK, '. lbs reacts of grower, a fact they honl d beer In mlud when oroartnc.**
tiuler ut'ter'.y i
i, van ) young man wlthot friend;to-gaiv. a brought'her 118.oar Jn a day. But i winds' combine to produce a girl -ahould pI'OY d. ,herself (Of Ohleago) AMMONIATkiatBuU '
any Inducement In the way of margin fOOthold W here,1'"You the root C. the east keep'gnawing' ; and browned and If the health la i MLUf.LL.4NkUC$1:
complexion A ripped glov an
I and pnoapaorlve pr ftw. have nothing special In' view .dealer (3 ( 'iiiU BURGEON >bt* Aotmonlv Salt. *.
n *stu1e: propbele pota- 1 Ie not watched -and habIts of '. ..
,- -'11lw wif& ind child' had known the eyrrmt rigidly I.r----s 0 Nitrate Soda,
> .* I. "Nothing dettnlt-.ozua. vague plan ton before-Mew tear'. Day, and I. w .
In'hi' cleanllnea euMivtted, 1t J!* apt to become Hr |I. 0.0__ Dried Blood .
; UULliits
pangof 'IJOvert.y.| re thivt may materialise into *om 'iblng preparina to import from Europe-ho"ituine . ,
',roorneful moments. lie would. .weaa'iiffvcr and may not." mallow a* well< feet Into F'WIUD..7" > high tIrade Blood and boo. Copperas .
When ibm are'preaect *
to, speculate again JJu-t hi* ,"1 bear that your ooualn ho cleared BU*"*' Triumph, eed.. per barrel Walking I I. a form of exercise thatwe Benui Blood and Bon. > ".' ', Hlue Stoo*. J}
word wa iiw more.'taf triutod thai a fortune within'tha' last mouth. $2.Thu; 11.1_, Early BOM...*2.75. Floridlan .do not, ** a ruW, indulge A Ming. :thoe-ilgh BOM Caustic Potts; i

j S vlita, JudgincntC. When'hemrddenJy' dIed' "Yea.". ;j ,: IjMit year aeed potatoe were not pf- la to any. great extent probably pressure greater by adding I - oCI Tankage. . Laud Flaator, -V.;, '
like ,
_ from : apoplexy| | there Wee' barely "klaynard drew hfs- breach sharply:' fared Aisr ,until November-Si, then the brcauae of a genera! antipathy to exertion we have a needle point the : ante Bright OottOb Beet Meal ; \bale OIl esp5 ,, r *.
the akin and the greater ,
and the that I I. a result pf life In Dark Cotton Seed Maid 1 Urtund Copperu. J'
enough money enable Horace "I aufpoaa I tell you," the Triumph were-94 KariyiBo a warm.climate will I
ooght"t thai deeper the point grow.
p M the coo to jliilnh hi. lint ycur at YaleV -, od,1'innn ) deliberately, "that $3.60. like ou.. yet loran ..lrouB i preventive-remedy known, 1 bran, and 'lerUU- taate.ltmaesr: if'I", 1 Bl-nlpblo Oarbo; I'j' t
best potato
Lei barefooted but since> tto berries POTASH i
4o mos a*
dinted hi. ollht. are popular beyond precedent. Their bring color to the'dteeka, brightness ly go ; Parta Greansato l liuectkl lei
$ ; that college course -shoulno4. waa out on.Hie-baloonyv ea ral/ ;
i root.Writ for iaior
tl.l, eonardored ethical ,
< not ,
will, ell 4n'O4bouMudiaf .
and dow tnpeNbt.'eoIorl to the eyes and a glow to 4b* mnaclea '
be nbrldgod aheatnyed wrth n were open, you know and I could a/'few Miniate'Potsab. '
rather. erotcbety,.61c1 aunt until Com ho nvold hearing." *. ','( ',' barrel; It will lake 100.- generally, there I* nothing to equal it, I.will give simple Tain High arad FoU-. 'i TOE .COO MATEBIALSi I ",
<>UO barreU to satisfy the extra demand ante** It be rowing or. whldh my be of nome .,! FIBER CO.
mcncemeiit I oy. Then her lIOn took Muynnnl, colored. What. 'bld rldingr. good Low> Urad Potsvb Cut Tobaoco
her -to HMla bn on that-account. ,I long, brisk walk in the early morning airilcted..1 J-... Via 1% at'r
u coxy Hat and secure* 'Id1.'wa. sure ihatiMau IC.IIIlt. No; I Jronnd Tobaee a..
a l potdtiou in u bank for -1be Mnynard .bur 1 Canned gooda hover erownd home; air is one of the moat 'bncing ajgd *n- ..1. Tlace on the corn 1 piece Oanad Bardwoed Aa.ies.PU0SPUIlLIO --u- Kino Uroiind Tobacoe S'''1'"*;

'. had plenty of.Influential relative wfa o 'lod b. m..ntoncI.\Va) t they. are not, starting* Pout south .In Joyaba| > of toniCs and 'oJao enable moist linen, folded several time, Baled Tobacco' Besets, ., .' -. .

- were quite ready'to help the aon,! al- pcrhap. / Ie'' rlll/"ii .b'l great abundance. '. r* as it should you "to'brealh-the:air .in great deep It up lo. dry.linen, ,then go . ACm, 8,- .. round .** v .. ."
though had had be4 canned good spelt notwithstanding breath, and aweet. which I I. one WHb thiir treatment the bard L E T S Ploaolved J\oQe.
they no liking-Tor, the -'Of.} t I time allowance: for"awelieiE' pure All .raDt'Tt\E'.a and to et.-
.C' t.auan
father.J the ninety-day of the. prime benefit of the walk. DI ewells up and after aix or _
. my Acid Pbospbt. Uln all their ; Uuectiett'
d.IJhter ,and wllj' *
Of nee.a.ttj' there was olose econ elder'rhumo wbeifc. MaytiaiM. Affered, well to good let"them remain our grocer-there Indeed pure air is oae of the( rfqulte hourthe; 'outer covering of ?. _._* O.theatt.e.5 D'uolved VMI* Black. proportl. *.: '- .h40,' "

I .-. I.OII Y. prndloed in the' hat and very cmm..nt hi. rt.remeiit.-..'May' do until the 4ouril bring gooJ up-keeping for roay,cheek, amd that girl who alll 'I>reinOved 'with a dull I .-.".,\eta.. \ .' '.Ai

few luxuries. creptin, butat, least r ask bnw I K waa That, her name came. : retrther. sleep In a close unventilated bedroom, When ttU'h..beeD.. MADE PROM JEi O. Fainter Fertilizer
1 they knew ju.twbBt 10 be Introduced Hulk?" aced never hope for any thing but *, ed/for tbre or 'our.d.r- CO
depend, 'lour eased'toma-
1 {The softUh days. have dl*' like 'growth end ira. May Horace Maynard. wee cpward, muddy, aallow 'comJ le. a. She I I. , qT Yfg '" t 1.
.. nurdQiind the .life.blcMked .a tires oft in-BalUiK>re 4bat-and tb. ila- tractedWMuoiH-pain or) & "' F'LA' ; }1" "
I relief from the old "I"iircJunic. Jhe mid i likely nervous languid bollowv ;: 4JACKS NVILLE
ofneioua tht
day .ti.lly. Ire of packer 1o ell. 'In fact toe eyed led Thedaily ".IlRItflle.. feet.often In cold / ', Palmetto 5' < .
generally nnhealtny. -
excJ telDeD t.- anil ltfl III uouBln the Is dead
uncerta> ) whole canned goods achedule '

"' TherB hod been three quiet, 1mpp), jttroiifefrt( Possible r.n1le."gumlt'' 4ono for"(Ii..08"e,* 'ylori *;shins now..baa, which)bath aavMlt.(tlao aW I 1.9 ofc.oe ofbe lt li-ftlrfiea:*ilIorih: ter t. gelling*e4br place rid of win tfil b".pidl corn it ; *. >NOT, IiidlseMICM CB1PB., Coatllpalloa,' '. -rr'I I .. " .

; year; tJiea'tlre mother bad loin down # In-wit ii' blm. Hejcoqld ha"oly.1."lp. practically' nu4blag.ea-4cl'oept-o. to ;wearabowbleh ..... Malaria, Wak StnaurS,

.. the burden of life, .flnst exacting froiuIzeraoe seeing that I loved. IIr.! although lie BOtf") MId. could .work_.aH.p'! ..op.ou -, facial bath at night e. without < perfect too mall. ao are a* to .. Water Brass lCV.Tong..,. <
Hhe proiiilae never 10 knew,' very well I had no | ef win' ,,_''ORan,. eleenlfnes the healthwill suffer large nor '
riiKafreIn bil' cessive or Irl U u. tI. vB w l. Swat, Kaotiy,
: J speculwtlon of any'kind.' ." Horace ulng either her consent your. ,:B..r.t.uJra. Stock.-Th. wbeajtharke nd-wlth It the kin. ,._ pressure Drv ?r lataiMaM ,8tooU| nil. ATLANTIC GOASTLIIi$ :

Muyiiurd; the SOn, WaS of a"very 'dlfvrent "W..I. ,If yon had broken your proui .ie one of uni-ommon ..tNnl'lh.and W8ome'of t<'ha beat"O l\plexl 2. In place'of the linen .. l or Esrtl.y c.pIeaioooj; Ba4,

I_ ..' coJlbre from lila fnther. JUiroinlae .. la" your mother you could neverliuvevrmi e n f>craeion to the bull forcee we roeye' .r and whH. break sotikad la "Ieprm. ) i > .); N.Ap..1 AcId kTaMaclil Ureeatma.s.Evwrtala*

| would be .c. pololl.* ') '.. my conseM, -that'a unre! but lately received In The tanllnt call for belonged to Florida farmer, girl) who plied. .1. Th.,beet .ppUoa.tlon I sour; Old Ckront D ._, ; .
Yet there came a time when he' rrgnetled a limn, with prliii-lpleanit-aucll a rare 2UUVOUO buebeli fpr AuitrallaTli 1 tired 1 much of the time .la. the open oak a whole onion twi.nty-.four > dWrani CnrSiu HMdse. ire The. Great, Through Cai Line from Florida.
In. these dat I of tba afflicted land la reporteda air slept io bedroom oonstruoted rn-vlneg then'apply one of th I U owpIaisi, r I J
thai he had ever given it. Hla day. crop *o > Mii. Ealar a>nn ci ". U..I I '
,- mother' relative, who) hod ,looked jtH-4 to having you for my junior p.rt failure which: may call for 2o.K'.' that there were many crack and orevIre4 er* of the Jim corn : ; .and Hiss; VIatsIs..a : -
I with oontempt on the father after ble ner--4hrt 1 I.. of course, tf-.'V.l..Dm UUObuabeJa'more.. II. through whleh tbe pure. fresh air It In place by bondage 1W ,..tile APCOUtTS A I'4u'a*. aft._a.aUae. CONNECTIONS.To. ., '
; numeroue failure and reoklea >Jun 11 roil nil and dine-with u. ." Th millers therefore- have cut out could circulate; and who. walked D Alter repeating woass iirsoaetg 'M ..
| .olnl
e*. were con.t truined to ylcW u grudfr- and %.e can talk it over." And tb thtoir work and are going; along at a from two to three .U. a.elt' dy to a few times the corn can be .SI..IIII tArert. mprovtas .

lug ndm'ixwtion to the, "". A wrt ot 'nut' n' had l actually token himself off llnoe."aprfngy' pace having made It a school. There wa. no need for them wIthout any trouble. By either. : -a.Malart.I inC hawsil Protssdvs a pete sad
} this*
I family pride made him Along. too and whatever ( wl1a. have found a deaerfed ""t." offaer mode of restoring a faded complexion agent 'c"mn'bi removed anass.h ...: OiatiiM It Over hi own railsto, Savannah, ,Charleito.,
tile7I .
There.1. aoaat. wheat for the. e.eva' dawwr of blood ,poison and East .
-could 1o. ciMnId., for bin, they di,! be that or of building up a poor' one.. *' APULTSi, CBlkartie-Oas I
9. "' C.1 10..0"1, Alce.d torwblch la, better eo. on account > : Toi Richmond and Washington; then e via the
I willingly enough. j that' r".1o", to' of He tenuency to break down in mold A good fresh rosy color rnrsns pure cb ;- : eq. >-Rsll TsbM. slut Th.

\Vlitle they would hanDy. have put her fatQier told her? le Would' coon --but the millera are 4urn|*>lIlt all In. air,and plenty of Ml '.n' active life ''Wilt- Llvw MBplsIa, aw Pennsylvania R. R. -
their bend Into their pocket for hia know the -truth. Even ha was praoIliully -, and deapitetale they are wont than nuich of It spent out of doors good ...*** u bedlioM abs Brat alrbl sad ,

F1t brneflt.' they brougli't' prvwiire// bear a pauper h* loved her and hulitnl thirty. day overaold. h..1t b..tnW food and habits of aorupulou .. It I I. late' foi ibl subject sl->. asafc east '

upon tlw luiuk directors, ao That llor .right to tell lier-*o. He woujddo ) The 15.KO) tncreajed receipt in caUe -- neatness. In this"languid ellniaje sire to put on record for futur no. > T.

ace had nvelvvd B n'|>lo of promolloim H Unit very night In Chicago-over 'last week demon hat we love eo well.) a reolp. that baa served ne a. Is APCO- The LouisvilTc & via .'
cnce Nashville
niid wag liiilf proniiHFd-nnothea- And In some way when he found striated tbe grt'JOt'' eagerness of m.olarmeri. . and I would = CauMaucs," ace. be I Montgomery.

; Thiii would all liuve been wall 1 her aAone In the drw..g room that d* U AWve"AU curpoae Voiir' 'rradfrs: cut It out and p vkm la It U .and< "jO West-'. aess :WEST '--1
Ike hav
swale '
enough if he hot] not vliam-nl-to tall e'elln&. with' ., povalble cuttle. It i* almost a etampeda i III ,.r1ss, IU r to tfupltot TW Eitraot The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via. Montgomery. ', !
In love! with Alice 1'r.... She probably einbarnuuuiieiit -i tier face, the poorer grade-* hip-bone market.Farmers the furts, abc cure h
"If'.r iimru a bon-bon everything suddenly clear, and *rrno fear a collapse of Old friend are amonjr the prlcfleupoaetrion .To begin with th* Us lauliva aaliu>\ la ks '
: than lila enln-e salary anmiiiitetl to, 1.0 knew .that he " above the feed .npply'llud t hey are b..teolog *of life. Tried and tented neither' planted nor at fertlllied all; but rlpOT IhTsiMillaa sad eiektw ol she res.frail which at Via SavaunahaeilOcean Steamship t.ompeny lor New I. '

11 he. had never auuimoned nintrt men.. to _II'their thin, unfinished c.ltle. by the year*-moat purifying the Are tlv.te4'proprly.if .
uI' fore It occur Uanner should I layaway akin to the netsli another eubject. Although the hIr. York, Philadelphia,,:Boston.
- courage, 'to penk to her of mirrlagi. "Father told me, Alice they are preclou : In .lfJy Uoo" oo J'MIYST. .
much leiu to brooch tile iibjort to her ed later. ,He thought 4..cklwel. richly now; bull and.bolorplen1y' -!, steadied and otdMled) by_*(r* they offer known.native( grape It must not be'lor- rslmctte Fruit skh. -. a., ;:. Easl Via Norfolk Steamer .to New York. Washington .and

j father.' rlgl.t to know. He h*. a ofanylbing ;Deedr .1 Inactive., a foothold to our belief which no conrldred In -I),. PIMMM' Baltimore. '
In. the line of' The same 1. true of hopi; aJarge Increase new-.acquisition ,m.,,,be.,*od. usually this grape 5cipsttV bv UM Smiaota la '
Mr. Travel was a -tacVtiirn; self- speculation In recelpta and.'packer*'forcei with tb".methode'of # ). lorlda' Via Savannah and Merchant Miner Transportation

-- 1 inadtt' limn; his integrity "... above and h6 never wouldbavo looked with prices down, but they recovered. A they are garlanded about with thesweet and .I"aye employed. Ia still r. M lab our extract. Wa ar.. Company 'for Baltimore and Phihdclphia. .
I* uspiclon but ot -ii'i. Men.and favor on you had you pne.loto thee flowrrs of remembered aentl- hail wild ,Itl* M wtlin this halt la audl- _via 5tesashipKEYWEST
oplii great many thin coarse parking hog-a ) a 'grape. to oMtal ne< eorfsla obUa- .
went draame of daya ilcb-srs l
Ion. Klaynard could .form no roixeptl&H. not even If you had made a which sell hard Good .. II. felt. very tJo.' ,I..iof. however, : And now you must stay litre, and medium weights scarce and In demand thoughts of she long ago hopes and defect In Ite character .. ,I oi the"rm. AI.COLETS, Via Peninsular & Occidental .
- I. of rolirsel;; there I. no eense in ambition of departed years eavhtrengthenlng to Callunics. staliiath* sake ,
that even In the improbable of your" ; big heavyfatbaeka" slow to necessary to do eomethlng .
I- event kuativ saihanls
_ _ '- Alice' liHtenlng -
her father would., utterly gIve that Jlf can 'ru.t.t help him. Yo hard heavy pork; It la sleazy end glrlnic It a beauty which no hand aave fled In the tough harsh kin a aid II <-R
I : his onlY' child to a practical beggn will no.'g Hor.ce"", dripe In the smokehouse. It baa 10 J2O that of time may beetow. Wrong musky bouquet end .x a-* eel, a/, tho I -- - '

like' hioiaelf. "I .1 any bribe great per cent more water content. Time, the great artlat-Time. who i acid whW-b If allowed to go UILEAqE TICKETS. ,

He waa thinking the matter enough *o tmpt'me from thl city The meat market has cawd1 up a It*. wipes, our tear, 'eravea our eager' mint take year to eradicate Chemical Co. Interchangeable mileage tIcket. good over 13,000 mile of among the prlncipaVraCzoida -

.. . _from every conceivable atandpolm over, now" lie .Id wlh .ait ardor left tie this week and meat U noW lo of nreade aoftenlog raoas and radiantflowers ordinary procrwt of 'atton.! % \. .. FLA. in the outbern.late. aw on Ml by tbe principal agents.FerreservetionaaudiiiforinaUoft .
hi. wectheert nt'lafled.' bad In weat. Butter srtll oontlnue -
fully over our abed berpurest defect low
sorrow ta
one' evening a* he II" in his club Another apply _t to Agents Atlantic. Coast. Line. ,
; ",, !, tending glance-over thepaper*. pre burt a. e jBRWARK < to advance end tb.'proapects are. light over friendship Lote auger. I** insist "oeldom "J or write: '
OF. FOPCATABIiH I chat it will continue to rise very ree. -on jthe cale This' ; Cowl .
'really wishingthat he 1md no wealthy OIN''YINT Lard still continue firm- < FBANK o. BOYLSTON Atrt.V STARK, Tr* : p A.t;

'.. relative 10 Invite him Ofccnnlonally to !A'.N.. comuouod-,lard belnff a little abort, 'hut friendship 1* like the oak. .small might b. remedied largely by 138 West B/. fAstor. Block. Jacksonville Florid. -, ,"
tlu>lr4ionieM and there 'ZfEC flY ;, t and weak .first, yet* prlnging up Into CJiltlvetion and.t.rtUlslnl"; but : '
introduce him : 0 but there will probably 'be plenty to the .T mlgfrtlrat of the esrth'sgrowths uatcrh
to I Imposxible'goddeMm.. lIe was mentallly is mpK-ury will aur.iyd.aL'ogath.eaae be bad in a few -dy. another < TridIlCaneger. Asst. Trafflo ""I'. (U.n. Paa .Aft.( ''
rolling down malediction othemAllrwhen of aeU and completely Good bay sells In eastern oeutcr for gaining strength and majesty. I Sow; the question K whatta S '

he s.w hi. cousin, A". I the whole .,.te. when de"n Hi pr 1OO; but there ia a great deal with each new Inch-of growth. tional 'treatment of a grape WILMINGTON, N.;C. : ,

.c' :';noil'It.ntord.. approach. through the mucous aurfa .6Ier"1. of truahy,' weathered atock that goes "Do you remember"-what muaio. vuchdefect*' In its character ,
, .
there I I. In the ---'r' -
; .j0AvruIly, glad to ace you; Horace I ticl.should never Li used except 'ca .for 4lo.( to COe. Let.our dealer look -word, spoken after woul4'saz throw the soUr( I $ -
\\.1 tea me In Jut on the chance of praai-rlptlon from "reputsbl pbyalolaiuas \>ut for ibis _to Florida la a oonven many years and each remembrance 4s thing away, and pleat a # : ti

+ ayou.' 1'" going, to> let youth finding fore the damage they will dqss'.ten: told \cut i damping-ground for overripe, bathed 'In a.speolal'glow. Tb. hoirrs Hul$ hold eel 1 Let us see what'T. OP II '
' 1f of oompaoloneblpl the of cotmnHn .nM..I' do. Bear in ISP5IEItMCg '
.K Jgood Uilng.i,I have obSjoction k 'the god you can poaslbly derive seedyjiaj; and ptsfumood poUloes. prank '
to clearing uppoae you na .-. from Hall'. Catarrh The' tr ite'ia barbwire bee.receive youth the sorrows shared-each take that th*cuppernong _""' .U. II' : : T' ...

"None in the leoet goood" wild round pile. nfnnufttctured by F. J. Cheney &Car- 41 strong lmpe '. Maynard. accewion much two abe h"Ye.trlead. I and t.Tk w
.e _ 1" 04 coDtainih/T na -lodlcatlog of-old. irtxH-lad .ld.MP .
- emphatically." 1. . iiiternsllai.Jug mer"ryq/ \ activity in the raEorbadc district*. The There I I. a oentiment kbroad ill the ease; Sod that it.J easily f18IIIA I-T OAT RAIIWAT.

Well. you know our big cattle ranch the blood and aiuco>" surfacea of UOteui ,jiedy,' enormous flow of tinroofingtinue land just now that all thing old and bear enormou crop*-aa ....., I.-

- l' out West I'm after 'tbe! two rsnche. In "buying laU'. CstarrhCure eo ''without abatement in the should give place to new; old .form a* eighteen tons* to the acre 6 -

on either side of It. Veil pay only a b sure you get genuine.' ] "JotJ', and much, 1 1. goIng lo the eoun hnuld) be ent away. old .beliefs overthrown -and I I. conaequently the moat L90ALT.CCAWNo.4tr" in

llfrfle dawn; and give' note* for threwt. 1 1. ) ." ..*J.'la I .r'aide. ; 'old Idea flung aaidtbut In ble snd productive grape of the. e"Q Effect Auj. 28Ittt.. ':,
Ttrt. Is the biggest thing Iternalyt" :oe WUwn, ib, Tootner received i a achoonerload "Throw It ? :
going 0 Ohio . ft Co.: " the general demollshment 1 lot ,ma ave ern.Stte, away SeSThsPS.U*. ' '
_ and ft Is deiid sure. Let me tell you." 0"0101. free. ot.fectUiiceni largely castor poceo our old friend*-1C we are happy not.Just j-eti': wait 'and. *ee, I eraTwerve. .1upl; ,
'f' Stanford-went on to give the ilotall. preaumably. from I nd.... A .'.10 readers to I the f ol : .
to try '
Bold by all enough have any. Whatever.: the your,, _
I and reason" In a low tone. "What do tot tie. dr"l.ta price 'G. I to ttt a too this Will pro** a formidable circumstance of the aepajratlotkrlfroaratloii ".118 or.. wm 11. -- ; Na..I.l, .AIM 1.j...NM. ..*! .. .

; yoil think? be ended enOujdriartlcaUjv -4tIU' competitor to eottoaaeed *meal be- -there, has' hean.4* ,,.. S ,' perlodnoruuttl; .iIII -
"I'm going to let you In for this because rurally PUlsar. the beat. t let auperlor >aa .an \lncoticid and FlrM soft the grape through bone dry. '

'' you're in 'ha. family and It I Is .- ." -. nearly equal se -a fertill. only a. IMIe adjustment to bring the ripe. and unsound one.. Crush . ..will be Inter -.. a k..._... .i..I1. ..
a '
Crop. ..4 Prle r, fa two bearta Into a harmonioue chord, woodea -..' !a ........ VO-JMlMii..I" --
deuced There moch"demand for seed by feasalng through a the wine 1 I. flnisbed' .._ tfM
good thing- Of oourae I know Some end one wblch'add _... a.......... .......... .
of immeasurably- _
that, you haven't any cash now but the Jacksonville dealer are beaus for replaatlng and aeed po4atoei, .the choral or with'a three pointed prod; i -. will be that it -.. : ............f. ..._....... . II- .__
you fan get some to selling "'Jrmuda, orabee..Baruda are.moviog actively. .The oheapneea of of life says the Plttsburg the eru.hed'm... In.' open ) "kicking" .whenever -. II ............mss."......... : ... \
one Ign you ifaHI> Chronlcle-Trlegreph. -.. ..... .... ., .... ... ........... o -.
tea oranges nt picked tDeeember. seed will .t1ll ala1. platHlof. ; arid 'cover with canva to ] warm eaaon or a beat' I. ** It ...-
o and before 'they fall due J' _. .............. .... It:
you'i . Those There I I. for this : u: ...... . ._,
": ., have more money-limn : know vvl. 11.nder awny out-there Long 'IODMO'< la Alacbua county I i. a reason which we oat 4hji aIr and .u.. Let this ; the chances are a hundred =:F IIU ': ......-..... .............:
you In the heed far -
not Into
ofdfaahionedprejudicein and the I.
,- an e'lling at 0 eenU for aeed atapl* l."i ro psychic depth twelve bouts then proceed to become
,,- to"8 lo 'w lb. lcJ.e eeua e. agelnal 1-2 cent1 to 18 cent for lint and farmer to find. H 1. that Io our morning of off the must In tuba having turn to vinegars mllk-oour and :: : :::::::::; ::. : :::::::.::::' : :

-t Win (met Ppone isn't your dent gore through and a hot ;room.,aod"thcy' eUo|hrtr oi will store before wbeyiWiU accept life when .the-founts of affection- ly'': melted a. quantity) ,of pure the juice dlrmrfly from TI' :::::::::::::>...5 ::::::::::::::: rJ.'ti'!I
.1 !
lie shall) angel Itoatay on Until, : thoae a* -.t pure and undented: 'when all par, Add the strop to the. this war it may result -.. : ..-....... ............ .
we ? are wholesome for '* a...: ..._ ...... ........... -
: human Jtifew freah. the /lowers
I' ;>I te'll blo'1' fig war shipped to the aoui ere fresh and tub a. follow: ) of tannin. In ce thi -..... .. f...._.... c_"............. : ...... ......
you 'my Op la ure. There i lw co.ume. : Philadelphia[ and were snapped up lilt bright; when the image"erected'in "For.a light dry wine being to* "be.mad up by ad =.... ..':...I : n ... ::..1-............ : ..... '...-,
no M.I" bout tbla. I'm Bermuda orange 'are"apparently DO cents a (I. ,1I.rketR.port. ; .. .::.=. GoIIl.-.t.; ..... ..
not be kind a qu.rt-T-U. our garden of Ideal the .
are yet in.their up to80 or f& degree*, on mad from the *ed* .. .... ......... ., i. .n.
... .. ::
.of man, to throw HeeiUJrfgmandarin) ( often "- ** ie p? ; .. ...... :::: ... .:;:
away I very first beauty whlcb. will take about one _... .... ... ... k -
my money I Jrg we unconsciously form to the. French I 111 : ... ...rree........... i.. . .
,' Jon'Lparllcularly care whether you go even Them up"Bermuda to six inches" long In \Va>*m '.hail OI.Z.II Ib.1ppe4, all our thought and attaehnient. 1* sugar.'to>the gallon of maet. will have do be. eaeer C-.... ....i 1 ':...=_-....... ::.. ...... .... 'I .N : .. .
into it we 'S.- ....... ..
: or'' not. There are plenty of fn. bee grew -. 'lev-another placn in this i.u.'w. larmony. Who ever; had a aohool i hesvierfwlne like the Cbatean I '..' -' .., : ..............It. cis ............ a .. a ...
people " cash who will jump'-"J. are fuUelor repubUab edrtorlal from the Ttmea- Irl.acleIb.p'which we tainted by *e : ternrs, >'I 1-4 tol 1-8 pound*; I, .. of the pomao . ..... ...S't" ......... . aMtt ..

z nt.t I borne the chance. But we talked it over ripned.: .api' lemon, bt' and, .of jlne.> Union and' CItizen beaded TeriloujiPolicy. nterestr Where can a childish lov abe light cherry or,* Madeira 1-1-2 off the jute, it may E :.. .. ..:.....::...:........ .Lj..-.;.,..,-.::................... .. I' a a........ ......:-1---1fi.nn. ..

and onncliidedto' gIcee n a aub-acld flavor. T ." It la 'be usual warning found which baa not all.the purity S-4 pounds. Stir the sirup la cows or the bog; or a 0 a .........-.....*U-.._.....?.?? a 1 j I*a ::..
J how: You don't seem very ,ratef1l gatefl., _' agalnat the shipment of green orange of primitive brotherhood ly then pot the must tana t wfat can be n>*d* by as._._. . : ................ _..,.............. a . a .. .....
right and lettanithe ea ., .......... .
'- .Wrat" ........ a .
jt I must : ample f *la ..._.
: y ) better 4hs. of..t.barn/been given by many parara'Of It I I. only la let. life, a.., we.go 'Into fermenting casks or barrel eontalnlng two 0ae .... .: ...._....We..palaaaea............. a . ... .......
I It, 1 I. extremely good of you to the gnea, ar unfamily, } now oath .th. state for the pact twenty hroagh the.mtre which aejflrb age ha* lag ae.I1-tun..I.7.' their do the ration of.wa :::: :::::. ._._...VL .l....._.... : '..-.-.
L think !of n'o."Mayuar.l abtedflrda.JI\ or'eoand still'the' practice goea on collected, and left behind that Insert a bung Io each aad la th* ; b* distilled into breed : : : : :
replied slowly *. ]i \ we ) 0c .a -r.r..hsen. I...;;:;:;:::;;: : :: ;:::: :
--r and wWh merkj' .. c1' ; and' the Florida a rubber tub leading over ala _._.._.._ .
an evident etT\rt. "I should W street e year orange mlrch' our' love ana draggle their place' IMM --- azj. .) . .. .. .Lv . .
wholesale .
be glad to go into It If I could. butI old( to a Bay, frtrlr-itsnd .voaUnuea' In demand, and will wing* ia She dost a._r.of water Let stand t* the 0...' 3fp5 P&ai... lAb ear vaAixa M ,> ')\
i csa'.*? ,, ..tre b"sO'ilrao; a* 1* win be-produced. Therefore let u*'hold tip a brimming bubble of gas ceaae iq pea*' | not altogether re ,

r' , HI companion *trei.1] 'at him wrath. l"el'w!'tradingon Z.bOcauboXv-.> st The cry galnA 4he shipment glass tothe old friends tho.ewho.eheart. then. gill< up tm> barrel and when. prosperity oome 'I- "- \ UVBS CRDULU ,
< rD fraU' i ia aensafeaai 1 It I. and l let stand for two or three
,;folly name. Mew York Itself 1 t. ) really a one have beat lot rhythm with oar .*, man I ia apt to forget .
'c "1'e1aepayou' "I hate Ihe 3.2S to 275. and eojhiit.a"rid 1culii.cot't true the gioei or" buyer at ..time In days of.our best ambitions; let n* keeping full all the time.' th. .. dverHy A* tb* same & 4I! T1t I I .
overdone the of time
h.y. end
goone. matter or' bel'Ua.Idpplllg.juet. At the that -
.'to the
to *zplala,!. lo ship dunpuUbl* nil the glaas with thewine tear*. say least.
p. -. little too have eeaoed. '
Ic early.' This ble fermentation" will
"' duce up there. not tear of sorrow, but Of Joy that *)' y that pull Daily.ffi )
"I.promised mother never to indulge .1 t 3iijiijitiit HUdHrat&toy. : : : :
the Unit ha J backward falk not :
In speculallona of kind. Some near the have 'season >eea la a world ailed with suffering,amdppreuJoa let the temperature and it I I. foolIsh to .
any ? M.o.te
/rwer and bnyera; led were when
been degree*- > very ad rural ty ill baniahed for '
frnjt and aelitshne 1 1a
t "yjf1 1. S"'t a apeelJ4Ition';: thli._ a low,tlgura" of *t tberldlcu-' ,Jri .hre* w.k. too eooo but it xvould be there one become clear.>and t bright. be ) will continue for. \ \ AV KA* 0 XMAMOX.ICAnAK .
udeaonr thing. < louiUy ox Florida lofty shrine left unapolled, and let ua, '
f.'p the height of.folly for oradge hojiM, b* racked .
--14 -,' 'fhaven't tbe least doubt of Tf'MsynarJ blk.. delre on o -Others* '. Towera..4oi iolc1.tbc1r-4ruib,? on the with thank bursting from tmr"Up*. phnirad (fumigated) vosael. and many between yesr tha*lnc farmer TUie U1ILHLV

said hooe ty.) "With such The view of oonaJgnlngT9 -fee*' BJ>Ul.. *.1iot. of Heo.wber..nd rink to our, old friend, f should be bnnged.up and left jJJJ
buyer and grower are oi'' 4imf* Indeed. Money
I 'htort.tlon, a* yonns to 'go on. yon of tern the lbs 'l n a rni>
i aoma latter . .
eannq4 help taiaklngmoney; but I can- : comblningand'other orange..producing. T. Jet *m *Tw Ole re.*. be .'raekad: of again intoelaam. of amlnu-of beet ,;------7, ----7.. iMUs. 4;;' ZwI&v. ,
\ot -go Into H.' t Lhielrown ar orsUct'r.r', ahlpplog M ao..otc'IJ- .... ."' t." "- t 'Th* .-length 01.)lfa enjoyed mltr'lttocl'eaak. and 'Put away'aotU : at'k'were.lo;. Ito.-

__ r ": you eho; of 'lur." .Idf.nq".U Grapefruit .rnc.a11 lo ."Ide .'Orenflr* growing I*-'* builne*. .Tie glove depend very ,largely' upon;t. 1IeU"J'ebMUlry or March.then. seem very bright to the .. 1'I

: to I At the cn ovt*tandvnd there are more; mee>r who b/MreTwveeted capital method employed In putting. -the glove more racked off. The wine neede *'emerpn." the' dairy
:) don't to 1- In Florida are rpeeting 4*gist return* "lh '
wearer hand
'I expect ejertlonraelte l0 of ont of..tbetatex 011 for the 1.e. oto 11 _.fuJir.. : . a termer'end

,L'"? '1. *; on your bleU {sny morehmlia /., I "he.. !" 1'Rof} }}saai 1* *n* more theirInvestment sentiment i. it than,.Tberei there ia ae to" 1,- J! R "*r .:**?*"af 4fEr.a c. P.A'M." ." wzxs ."!_J...T'' I...L,l" I brought la cash every -
iare he added beta!. : HAxTr
." ofbougt'o' 1 asH dry.goods grocerlea oa oooduct If tIde i*doo piopeely; tbIirbe Gret'tar1. ; uW' -.akenao ; -montn.-': She bought
t + slowly, "that of Miss ..There i* not a particle doubt tht oal oombina.j., Like.11 other BO difficulty on other occasion ,-. thepackagssJfuU..t' sspeniaUj.Sf : children, dreasco for the

Travem wl 2.y..,.Ime' lafluencewitbyou the, tcrop of VloVfdaa la amell, and .te notlon a It I I. regulated by the demand pro- 'S ClaMp plove* wlUWmetlm spilt Mtbe winU tJ.,-." they ought to 1* *om. case,

; J j : .: '_ ; :Aperlcs8peopl.I'decent "want'It .ooif ,. .he maa-ket begin to call for .early first or second we.rIigtn4( ; it'*u>t filled a*often a* one **veek In for fl. men,' She en I.n I.-
*>'Mayn'arl rose'-to his feet, ". lt b.alth..1.hears tluxt. < i to float over the .
> eathI fruit lo October .The whole''world. Infrequently,happen an .'1f1IeP' >wether--ad one 4 a.two week p .'
',i* .i-"Oont; drag.In r-namen," he'1 ul.. ene t deliver Irtllat .the fraU of Florida 1 loa not tire' one wilt do,tb*'_OK;' *- *, .'. :joojd weorfherv',Certain rules ar comfortably, and \\
-4 ,shrpiy.>, Yoa.. this JlJ..d-.. a sock* : where,, without bar ---.a?Iste'chew*e Seas aI which _, ha erpsc, I. "
probably man ; sot
i 'knw ( aa two rlpa' tllea.*, but the *,tem* of aom 'IN reqnlre two .roo** fcii.glov 'AWftrVrxf>' rvgtsreV-to- ....varai asa4sea.M'Ittas-.esp..rssrs as IM "..latat ant
'- enough that I would g headlong Into t Ilogr b' cropofthe: e-*tt* people ee.ll for acid fravVand they buy praperly.Vaeai'4h...glovlbottoneC which "eannat: be overlooked Fir sunk. The har4 dimes I c.rao._MIt.0.11 rsesaibI., lag eay d.lo se a''F ssjaeea I. sos

this 'hInI| for her 'a 1 M were aa will'be I. p.t there are and eat these green oranges and grape- up, the second perpon *bonJ4 note "hM'tN''a'' into -which pig. the home ataer .-. .' ' )" .I.--,
to joy out .rait.- Now hU Florida grower say Ua eHpalmofiW crashed *.re fir**thrown bringing. good prl-jea. For lafortnatlon relative
r e,pm. tbetf. .h who prlefi .potatpe.Iong-. pol1ah tb. glov swarthy with : grape .adell..p., Bank bathing date of Pf, 0, Stmhlp Oo, apply,
I jlk< "' it ba.e ) rii* nol nyogr.1.fI0 per bus now ; *. band ..Thttprocyppiled -' be provided w4h .-taleS .bottom toany agaai .p.- .
; "
'- u .w old "auobrk.. pomla to. .pal *Vot i f4 D .dtclof Lohna .w. prefer to hold our fruit until It I. to- the an44iatdcqf.tbs b..o' copper ernyaw4ha. pt carrying a eomforteble :: w

the YI. thoroughly riper-get your re 1'.1..1&m..l.t6..l f4b. o'thst' the Jislc _y'b*.draw* (he.. coodltloo many Agent. $T.AUOlTINErLA.' J. D. : : t :
; ean11.j.ot cne by ,..''q,. will ", |o the *)ba. ', : the old ; RAHNXK, Ae4 ... ; t.
atlqo- .be or Wherever oreed if good ' .
you skin *
,lle turjieJ from bl.betl.u& walked bye ,. says. Mirror! and free from, :
swiftly from the rm. ft ."; atad.. ,In.t>* Dalwood) 'UioelM'Tto4llt tM.t .t* J u l.'f' wearer'b.nd., pf''1'-t tbeee thing eBao4 be readily Mm through. H* I* . ..
'theniKTMtas 4o with her. He
t H* knew try wen.bat he had probMy $ > ,wil probably .b a..Opr> JCzpt1n.o10aa town that evil effeot t r> i*"advisabl' to.-'*** i la ed'a good nbatttirta may be his run chlldr are not any fault Of hers,:bat because of Ale;'grew "'ai7 of her constant. .preaching'' 5
thrown the chance that. ee.n4; normal. beananw betting In aIayr-Uf'eort4hbb< covered nrirlee 'Man .farm, 'and '. oa.1'Loaaed _
r } away on* of buttoning glove a* the violent .tn g> to milk.- ,The naefulne can not high- theorizing' ax> loaned her. .
Ootfce'other-haaoV'ls4trirreoaay' rota. the early shipment- orange bright .traw. Thi.laet '' "
would'ever' offer him clean rye land aonenaek. N..ltbe1o..II'
Ufa .ofwinningAlfce VlorU .wae-prodneiag ,UOO.UUU gl "cj mache bO1.'and b 1 tlO 1nwitt the dairyle bolag de- priced 'Willie," *, *
I Xi''s. TroverTb* thought made htm ftn>wer*:l* sarapllnatbls.rowDd **r"t1maiterlie .were every pnrpoae and U bandy they always afford fo art Tin the Jenee' '
<, _
and'bitter. HI ha* ] this IOZM of orange, ** inoeh a* lOuOOOO t teodjtojireac.Jiole in tb%*nger tlja.The everybody.., V > the furs of the tide .ndwatch,;. calf do the '- hr "041Ir'bor."r, (
eren1ty milking.Wallaee' -
bard ; wa 2 k'be. t a.boxes would be ahljped' to market by manner ,of, taking off a ..gl9vgah.o -. farmer .. ..'to.the _
\"! not..Improvedwhen th* promos Ion H* plat .o'r.t wG' tb. 10th recall determine--whetbeis: li lvU AntI Tb barrel,"IIIied to will not be abl with .rtJ. t kb. Into should be well de _' I
c,. i 'which he had we* 0 would ; miMrt before not .through week oo (bar aolenut prealat'to conAn _
' e bo'ld7 .WJ k..u.'i
-1 .viren by the .de.ny..p4: ouprb iralnag. ,. '.1 l "M and nlphurUad. Tbey :should 1 "8h;.*e m*'to bare abe o.t.4 her,, *) hareelf entirely tme.u1.uaatou< jI
." :' dlrtrto'.aot. Sagart ea r dulo1..h4 ', .begla sblppJne -.7 Beptecaber12th ( ?ietai pall "ti by t1M ..3Iiaia ,..naked by fiOrn* wHh clean water ' --4' :- .: .- moral,loaldea"TIattvev< to .lbs'I "."IMd she keep he* proaait* J '" ,
: ) : j ; E"de.tltl.JSta, tentu> thetpro ,ass? rh*raUalwy: brought Wg .t..ekhee *h* irVov oat of ahapa'and4 ,-slowIng &ct'I.. at lea( twt - .' ; ,
% ; iV,. ,. -K nl b rtkw .J>ad.Iwrga ere" training of thlldremt. 'Bhe'dld, but at tbtxpiratlok.. ol-
:' longed rein; it longer prlee* ; KfoI4. Iinkrs"tt diftest l 4 t''I', J' hours then drained and allowed to "8h. h**," ,' : T ,,_- ; _

. t .' .Wa i wt* th. aM of oaJla inv'.Newi to .ff.the '
?. Jt" *OU nWKW' aI '-i : baa atarted'o grow ae sTa, the effect boliday'>\f 'th* oo i .. ,"raVMtiua. cads ftauwa;*.I aWlMlWlK l 4e whea they,*>r raacI7.foIr. na. :' /'\ wa. largely .natromental In"bringing In ner eye and pleaded for
I Vl" bert. h-oould never hop*tosrlii and poajponed would have-bees the ,, om* liarssria..1 eng- aide .OI1'bIe'geOtI7 tha _
> ; ; right ou : .'I'M lertporaturevof 4o'wbal him .
lar ; perrniedon'S
-1 f\\Wvj.-tl.ll.lK'KHMPIt -- 1ft .._ -. .. o.two.trtillon bo ea ,**nt out to 01h.ber.d tj about 4he, efcang..,,You *e*, : J .. "
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j; ,I-Ar", [ : 'Ary'c- . ; fael *'the glove.'..rf Ajt'Vi-cl J--. /'* ,1-j _,aM "- 0t.b* allowed -to'tell *. ..-Ie- ", M.; ,.
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