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: January 2, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00053
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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; : rHB f STATE he Continued-: There are several other Oswsage ICeKiee Have O. 4,Yw,. i ,,

propositions which the government S ?. IUE, NEWS j and :'the Marlboro public library. The wi do very nearly .well r not iii Land helps ,to fill 'up th.basket. If the nomt the skin around "
has in hand and which affects l t- total loss SWOO.OO None of the Perhaps the live a f is large the base of the
'e. The cultivation oranges and other il b tee stilt one in a paper.is usual, horn with vaseline to
; OF FLORIDA 2J2wPts,! WA are 'importing annual, tropical fruits bids (air to- play an ImV contents papers of an1 of the departments little longer in,,'. but-pl.nt but Ifxfsther .ml.two may be put tic from spreading. prevent Throw the the'valL cans .
MUO worth of drugs; saved. out a few year and will keep in one ,
were contained every you is
.1 o portant in the economical development I OF THE WORLD : To paper usually apply the cauihe to one horn, then
adulterated* For example, par alone' because mo volumes and documents 01Incalculablenlue.ybidl'cnnot in !OUn and thrifty trees, all the while seven or eight square and made toe aextl the application to ,
opium licorice Mexco"Qot ttpvtt to- thefirst.horn -
camphor. sage and of the value be re a is to buy: trees of a reliable -of much heavier than orange .when
mateia
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but because dry, and then
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p great of'drugs' in. apply a
STILUS or iNTBBKST rBOtfQVSB every variety daily use of the,superior'excellence which, ''e was a four-atory urerTman Trees to be from wraps. on themarket tomato"sections second time.to the other horn. - '
: household, The Department' ot brick of three to feet high. Selecting varieties ,at about 8t-2 '4
; they reach under the ideal condition IMPORTANT structure and one the, finest fve or cents per In,handling the "
T1 $TAT*. Agriculture has .discovered methods 'of HAPPENINGS IN 'described The caustie wrap the end
in crate is like
of toil; and climate which are found the city. I was' valued at between thaI'r .fruiting pouad the regular m paper, or the
treating and producing which are great there. Both the and lemon ALL SECTIONS.-- '73.0((and $10,0.' well ripening early in. the season, crate with six boxes. also! be careful fingers will,be burned] ,
pprovmenl. over. the,Oriental processes orange are in of' South Florida 1 in which I, .mention not-to drop any of the -
so that the native to a very great portion of the republic The building was" well covered by inlurance ti.scion wi.now item. whi.co. caustic in the calf eye as blindness
of Oropa sum Produo is pur drug problem in the lower and in Owing t6 the wires being Among these "aietiel might cur my mind .that art will result Should
aOtlD in a fair to forever such accidentDes .
way solved .Itlud. Crimea
,'" ( b to their sad.lUedemeanortjBerolnUona buried be mentioned MAngel "Wal. in direct line wittrcultivatioft .
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under trees
uncultivated walls ,
falling "Jewe cur
Incalculable obtained th..citT was vinegar would be
the
'New. Ooorta, -N pf thrs o most easily
.W profti country. i do, early' f ,.0Yum but i P '4
protection from ,
tmt For the an enviable reputation for quality says -Alleged.Plot put off from telephonic communicationwith'the "Bedwel' ror. O insect obtimw-anridote. .
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of toe inl.nc. camphor the world the California Aat. Yum, "Dorothy N. -_ land : pests various other things. There -
Fruit Grower outside .
ia vUl.
w .Two
B Pep.N) o t from distilling the the) and methods ot( dehorning
weed older
otb..1 "Suber. These-are springing a spider which cat-
Bountiful ieDc its
< 0' and leaves of the entire tree. That Is nature"lays; Moern-ex Michael O'Brien, forty years old, was sedlnl' I mae nest among tle'areja vogue. One is to v
: a leo, has the buried from the Peento., of them, the leaves and them to- turn secure the t,
beneath the falling walls audi. cuss animal
. very destructive .t'I.e. ,
method.. spied l to-a poster in a-brake
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camphor however free and brown and- stick and
Te for arc stone some cling; together with a
careful web.
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to the thought to
is now 'found innumerable cut off horns
largely in with
.. The small 4 ,.b latal3 Iljulec stone. Among the Honey type (seedlings This spider deposits its within dehorning shears. '
Naval ConMflsctor.Duboe, "is details for the BIG LUMBER FIRE. I eggs this The other is.
har're melho proposed to plant hedges necell1 pro ; to law theM off with '
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of the od) Honey ) are and very soon they become ,
ported V> the navy deprlment- it .bushes Hat Td dti the cam- I The duction scientific of the quality of frit .A fire; which started "at 8 o'clock NEGRESDl1WNG REBELS. recommended are the Pead' tht, There is also scale upon the bark worms.and an ordinary butchtV,,*, The shears ., :.

will require phor from the treatment of the Dee'23 in the.)large lumber nulls of the Advices have reached another do-the work more- quietly, and at-'
f.0 recon"truc melho of trees Ian, TaborTrisna. and insect that causes the leaf to .
\ the dry dock recently parted we make' the best as well at the processes of,. John L -Lumber Wahingr0 "Jmperl though an animal-dies
C'I very budding and Roper company. Irom'Mani'a' to the effect\ at." all-suitable curl. All of these pests can be controlled occasionally as a ,
white in Havana harbor and was towed pure camphor much cheaper than it can ment of Rratinw for the Improv- Gimeron. six miles from Norfolk,.on Ladronea which are harassing the rural Tle.ar. is generally by with poisonous result of the operation," they are to be '

from' there to Pensacola naval station. be bought to-day. The trees, will grow In ; few, hitherto except 'branch of Jhe, Elizabeth population of the islands are jn many preferred. There are typ seedlings : Ipr.nl, do not apply liquid.too recommended where large numbers are

He estimate that 416.0. needed to abundantly enormously.me Texas and will produce a art. In isolated the later cases, an unpracticed -' river, h.d'up to, 11:30: o'clock |that instances led by negroes who have been that spring up on our clace; that Butremrmber Tea' there is the borer that to'* be Where dehorned, and few when time ia an

ipskceflain! improvements in the dock days, the I' night- eight' immense discharged from the excellent but its into the "J- only animals are to.
_ cO."lruction. of great trunk lines el dry army and are emiloying sometimes produce Iruit work. tree, just at lb be dehorned-it ia
4 ; - 1 poplY. lor opium,'growl abund. railway, .and thee establishment of kilns and over two million feet 'of lumber. 1 their military knowledge""in luu.ty.it is somewhat late in ninl. of the srround.: Yon wi iir>, toe expense of buying unnecessary adcJtorner to go to '

From all, accounts our delegation 'in antly. countries the method -. quick steamship service from the drilling the Ladronea and organizing be well to bud tOni sucn tres their work, by:the giHnrny substance common butcher's as a *,

.- , ,Congress .doing some hard and effective -1 la, to gash the bulb with a ktufe and Mexican to those of principal the- At midnight it was burning with renewed them in a crude military way. not be afraid to introduce such fruit, that oozes out of the holes they make. dmary hand-saw will saw do, or the even work an or. ,.
Say what you will but I the iuke.exude&.io the- surface and prt fury, and had in- the and new named varieties Doa When this take a piece of wire well Just ttas
ocur. and
orl
Unite State. proved an incen no ben orlfin.te perhaps better ,
dries. FARMSSOC11YQRGMfIZLDThe ,.
Bleeding
Slate That is-scraped of best varieties and .
all resin
the fat that not every 01 as opium. cultivation of fruit least under control, 'is way th in the holes. This is sometimes profuse when
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in the Uuion has such a.dele gat ion asa Our method 1.-simply distill the serious and highly profitable branch as ta no ar 81en' of fire.flghtingappa.ratus . National Society of Equity 'of have a beginning, the kindsas will be pretty sure to ki them.Then used and inflammation is shears are .

,, is) today representing Florida in Washingtoa.3acksonvi3IeMetropolis. poppies and boil down the liquid.: Opium agriculture. Heretofore .the market 01 on Ihe'aene. except the volunteer North America was 'incorporated, a rule bringing the hiehelt.prlce. apply a wash which prevent their owing to small pieces'sometimes' of horn be.setup "
is
** imported in a greatly adulterated (for the grower has been limited to th< and bucket bgdt. At that time 'Inditinapolis, Ind., Dec.: 24, It, hat, So we should aim' to have the ma- workin.any more for that tea.'Apply ing driven into the horn by theVrush- ,
atae. because it i. very expensive. been organized after months of ,iority of trees of the earlier kinds. or oftener if
.i I' a i where The it was conaid.ed little correspondence our you see theirwork..sSome ing of the shears, I have known of .
"For locality; grown. lethargy of wa a
''Of courae:Jacksonville and the State sagewe are dependent on a still dominates chance of. saving any,of the kilns ,and between all parts the ,UnU oUOg. )UlJlJlbest to dig n good trees they never molest. range steer to d e of Texas fever, in
desire to see' deep water to our cheap worth grade of baled stuff from Italy, but past the years vast improvement, in the farmer, lumber. ', ,- -- country.. Its principal object 0 to Vroad hole twelve or fifteenInches ran give you the.formula of the wash' duced by.'the inflammation 'resulting .

I .wbre.but no impatience should' be American three cents is a pound while good t facilities which makes transpor- ,President John L. Roper that promote .and encourage organization deep partially fill i it up with top/soil time when needed by you calling front the use of a dull pair of'dehorning '
sage worth -2 cents a tin .it pll. late and farmers Mix about one.bal.pond( good fertilizer -' for it at my It is not good Shear
-t . delay has only leensuch as pound. Sage will put a carload of'oranges he was unable to estimate lOl butit co-operation among stockmen of'' home pol- *-Aa-a means of.restraining the >
grow anywhere in icy to
.:'could not and -we must re- lit' Chicago in was .very considerable. horticulturists, gardeners and containing "admount buy'trees btid4c.&snp1um] roots. animal while using the saw, .1 prefer .-'
b avoided Tex..lt equanlitiea: and market Av days 'ro'the They do
not
< of kindred ammonia and tree make a good and profita casting. This
>Vrritmber Rome'waf built we should famous Nuevo JIM.- i.e '* ? "::fc, men vocations; ,to obtain is very easily accomplished ,
i" 'f a day. As one of the colonies put ita is probably in mow licorice.it like hay. ing a great incentive dilnc. is prov MARCQNI PROMISES. ;SENSA-. profitable prices for all products of the with the crown roots flot more than ble tree; The nurserymsp'gho advocates by taking three half-hitches -
It
"here money is the level of their
long Jtime.ago: The hand, ,that tookus a that grows Very into ital and native interests cp TIQN. farm .and garde andorchard; t to..en- one or two inches below advantages i not rl.ble. around the, animal by means pf.a. 8-4 ,
fhe deeply
no strictly I the land. As you fill l the top soilaroundihe certainly not in this on nch'rbpe 4O feet
will ilookafter'others toiiragethe':building and maintenanceill repecL long. Secure Uie
over the $ difficulties I ,
and
frt the difficulty of production an.agricultural nature As a Christmas gift to the people of cold roots, apply another half advice is do not buy thefo. I 'give head by means of a- slip-knot take _
houses and ,
Too much been storage warehouses wi a
.. arise.- las the great.COOL of digging the It i is a notable fact that many -Mex the earth Marconf has soothe? invention in pound. Mix well through the soil, and you a few statistics of some of- pres single half-hitch around 'the
haste la to spoil the brolh.-Jacksonville straggling But the principal cities or in all the lo-: root of
apt root. if
c properly grown, kin gentlemen of means, interested in which heexperts- wl, startle theworll. lilies where tramp well around the outside of hole ,eat year's crops that I have gathered he neck, another around the chest, and
andCilizen. that
Tim..Union according to department methods, with, the agricultural' advancement of their Lie expert's'-to able.'to an- necr.sar' so farmproduu hut not much' over the rol. Make different sections of SouthFlor another around the loins with the kpots
Heavy ( be held for
.- eq. mulching the the root wilt come country have embarked in the industry nounce it before the end of the year. I nay advanlageOU9 j.basin shape around the tree and pourin ida. These figures wi show whether lying on the back, and pull hard on the
nearer prices.The '
Down on the East Coast they are to surface and can. be dug as is evidenced by -the many fine When seen recently Mafconi said nothing |> a pailful of water to each tree o or not peach 'culture f a profitable in (tree end of the rope. The'anlmal will

calling that prop.ed reduction inp.- up easily, so that dilcull,. been young orchards JLo be (found in 'the whatever would be given out con oticfr, .are A.: Everett even two, if water is plentiful. .'' This dustry. An orchard Wtnte Haven make afew lunges, and then lie down. '

singer rates presrent. ov.rcome most favored_. sections. cerning his new invention until Batter Indianapolis will settle the soil over and around the Polk county, has two hundred trees The feet can then be secured, and the
Cli.tn1a .
"These art only a few of hundreds S. ; vice-president Sltfdon Wiianl, do not ad- from five old.down animal is
Now isn't that fur the wireless telegraphy experiments roots. Many pcacgrowers years to young ready for the operation Turn
yomst'Madiaon inlr.tilude. of things that'will be gjven close atten I From the .Florida AfrriciiW'rist.OUtcrm completed this month. .re Fort Worth-; secretary, A, D, vocale| using very much ammonia in ones They produced four hundred and back the hair at.the root of time horn.

.- S.. tion. The government "has decided ,to Wt r. , ney. Indianapolis; treasurer, Hiram W. peach culture, but it has always ben fifty-rcrates, which were sold in thenorthen and saw off about 1-4 inch of.the akin -- '-!
establish ,
experimental stations and one Cistern water is the, most wholesomewater THOUSAND Miller, Indianapolis., _.-. nv exncnenre that a moderate markets and netted the owner along with the horn. This will nrevent "'Ilurtuer
orderof Will yOUR
has reversed the be -
Punta Gorda located in - -
!' the South doubtlessin when pure but the contents of K'LLEp.Iven MARCONI TRIUMPHANT.The beneficial. Next will come the cut dol.r per crate,, not gross sales, growth of the stump. Have
slideY Instead of sliddng Texas. me worst 01 me
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toboggan I most cisterns are' impregnated with ting back, which is very essential to the but Four hundre and .fifty dollars the saw slant inwards slightly, and a'
down' the ce, the ice slides lowi the ,., of the recent earthquake disaster at following dispatch from Marco from
The less
I the germs of( disease. For proof of shape and growth of the te. acres of land. better-looking head will result. As
c tobblaan I is used for loadng .the. VaJma. e-f M .t.r. ana Xt. IJiis we have only to ohs.r" )Jiow the I Russian quite underestimates the appalling ni, dated .Glace( !Bay, --N. S.. December usual practice is to cut every oft Another orchard consisting of.about soon as the horns are removed, sprinkle -

crystal into .yesselM.-Ex. road. majority of cisterns are filled and-the Joss, of life._ :21, has been received by the Associated close and the top down to two or two twenty"acres, very poorly handled from some powdered boracic acid of pine

a. attention' they generally rec.ive. The A telegram of Dec.', from the sceneof Press in New York: and a half feet. In taking; up the tree the starting of the orchard, having tar on pieces of cotton bating, apply to

,. How any TTian or set of. men or A report of tho-Nebrajka station relative cistern is built -and then supplied with ( the catastrophe putt the number of "1 beg to inform you for circulationthat from the nursery; the roots are always set about five years this year the ben crop the stump and secure it by drawing the

newspapers can consistently make a to the composition of feeding water by pipes! that take the water from victims in the native quarter of the town I have established wireless tele shortened, therefore tb -top should be netted the owner something like or hair over the cotton and tieing the ends

( (tirade on Florida's greatest"developer, stuffs at different stages of growth the roofs of the adjacent buildings. at *,0ll(>. Already J"JU corpses have coninrunication between Cape cut away to balance up. All broken or over two thousand dollars. An orchard with fine strong cord. Under no"cir

Mr. Henry M. Flagler, is "something says: The conditions of growth of IRe The roofs are covered with dust fungoid -, been disinterred from-the ruins., The Irelon.Ir.ph Canada and Cornwall Eng lacerated roots should b cut off just outside of the city limits of cumstances should the practice, which

beyond comprehension. While this growths, the excrements of birds, work of excavation .progresses slowly. lald, 11flh complete success. Inaugura- smoothly. This cutting should b Tamp.Fla.,< has foreiChtee..set seems common here, of sprinkling sand '

.f" great philanthropist has 1191 a dollar crops this season were about equally insects etc. A few persons have their The state treasury containing. five tory messages, including one from the according to the requirements of one rea ago 1alt February, produced on the stump to stop bleeding, be re,

.- invested on the West Coast bf Florida favorable fo each of them and some pipes so arranged that they da not permit million rubles is in the ruins and excavations governorgeneral of Canada to King individual tree judging from the' appearance this present year fifty bushels, sorted to. The bleeding will generally '

7 \ ''he has barrels ot money in all kndsl ol tentative conclusions may hence be the water to flow into the cistern to get the rnoney are carried 9 Edward VU, have already, trans- of( the dormant buds. .These which were sold in T.mp and netted stop of itself in a little while. Should

t enterprises on the Est side of our beloved drawn from the result of this (J! IO) until the roofs have been washed by the under the supervision of a .trl ct. united antI forwarded id ;ben of buds will at once stprt out and make the owner one fifty cent it persist, apply any of the following:

t I state and he a veritable "rainn's work. rh.mixed crop oats fulling ram; but molt people "trust tolurk" don of police. Tl>. water wel England: and Italy. A message to The the future limbs. After they .tt outa per bushel. Seventy-five dollars hot water, ice, tannic acid alum, or

paradise out of a wildernes. The Tribune and pa.improves composition' as it and allow all of the filth of the has disappeared and a general London Times has also tianmnit- little, rub off a part of they these few trees, which bad been set out M6nseir, solution of iron. Dehorning .

: wishes that we had a .Flagler' on and should probably roofs to b swept into the cisternto .of the site of the town is feared. ted in the of ben special come pretty thick. Rub them entirelyoff about sixteen months. JQtsides this he' should always be done in cool weather.'
cor-
1. the West Coast.-Tampa Tribune. .allowed to stand lonj .the pea b putrify breed disease and then Large numbers or laborers are belnl'' respondcnt.'D.presence Parkin, M il. I'. . for about .foot from the "ground. used a great_ man/" .and gave. 'many to Cows far advanced In pregnancy should

.' eq. _ 1 Vines will remain erect. Theproportion brag of their "pure cistern sent 'Jo e""vftf. Sappers MARCONI. Thin them out along the stock, leaving lie Jriends and neighbors. not be dehorned. A' temporary loss in .

Ji.: If tha of Florida traveled of flesh-forming to fat-form Or if'they have taken the wler' rived, .and are expected to make-morerapid _. perhaps six or eight of.lle.b"t This I will now...mention the number of the milk .-yield usually results.-Pr,
governor hi tho to the, water leave will of let trees that cab be set Chas. F. Dawson, Station Veterinarian
'f miles 'during the first half of(his log constituents foddes- obtained I"t. pure they It progre8. Quakes continue with FOR TREATY. .make plenty to the acre at cer -
'>' ,'17.0 his office from this crop is very nearly, well-bal- the dust and mosquitoes breed increasing violence. The area of seismic LIMJT any sprouts grow below where it has lain di'lancl .p.r in Press Bulletin SO Florida Expert
absent
'4 tern. and was Ir.m anc.ed ration for most classes of animals in .hun1ncf die and pollute the wa disturbances, comprises two hun The friends of the reciprocity treaty been budded, as these water sprouts (feet, '9 trees; 10x18 feet, 170 ment Station. ;

day.how 'far wn he be obliged with to ; and it would probably b found ter. .o !mal a.creature as-a mosquito deed square The Russian recently negotiated bel wen the United would be very likely to produce fruit Iree; 17x17 150 trees>J18xl8.feet, ..,.. . .
S.
,' reach senate unnecessary, to supplement fodder may seem be of little moment as regards i is camping vers" at the railroad population station States and Cuba have been assured by I that woul probably b inferior. Next trees; IVxlW feet ILlS trees; 2Vx2O( $alt V.P. pjyy AaU aJa..

4' f" 'John Stockton d'im Taliafero crossing with grain or other foods. the efec. upon the health, but where f 5m) members of the senate committee on general It is bet (feet 1O trees. .
the come culivtion.
placed :
c. are
at
t his track every half hour? (ThisSum.is Field corn.ti1kt. sorghum' and Kaf" the savants proven beyond controversy disposal of the populace.. The local foreign relations that the!; treaty will betaken tQ give frequent cultivating.A I did not mention any certain 'amount There is lack of definite knowledge

: done by the'Rule of ..Tbree.Tom' .)- fir con"decrease rapidly, in protein that' several kinds of diseases government officials are incar's. : up by that -committee as soon as whole crop of some Ine mijht.be of fertilizer to apply to a tree, from year concerning the usefulness of salt (or .

,i. Sawyer in West Hillsborough content while hedinl out. The percentage ., may be. transmitted by the bite of.lh. Shed. for the destitute quartered, are being practicable after the Christinas holi grown among them the scond to yer. but it will pay to -be libera aH farm animals, and until morer-is
.Pre. mosquito that had bitten but after this the trees it. Thirty dollars known we can not write
of also decreases previously rabidly days. years give al per as definitely .
Free
buijt} as ton
__ e somewhat. Both of these changes are persons suffering from those diseases. kitchens have been.possible.started, and soup The terms 01-the treaty require that the ground. Avoid planting cow peas, cent and a half per puad so five on this important topic as we should. "

} The ,Pink lpr of. the east .!oat probably due to the rapid accumulation Therefore the less one has to. do with the of ,officials inhabitants it khall be ratified before the 31st day vejvet' beans or sweet potatoes in the or six cents worth tree will be Experiments by Volt with pigs and by '
aiding
sagely : newspaper of a of starch and sugars in the plant juicesat mosquitoes, dead or alive, the better are .departure the of January. peach orchard .they are.aure to give enough, for the first year after being Weiske; with sheep have shown that a

town Is it* I that were that time as shown by the increased and the less the number dead ones, by distributing food money and 4 >_ _. root knots to the tree sooner or later. set I like to plow an orchard twice moderate addition of salt to the ration .
10klnl-all
how eaier life be to proportion of nitrogen-free( ext'ract. In with the germ. of disease, about them, free railroad tickets.'s f" "ACC SED' OF SMUGGLING.The If this takes place the trees will never year in.e.rl. summer and early win- increases the activity of the'secretion. .

newspaper' man) The glass waits order to obtain a fodder having as narrow that is allowed in the water of a cistern .At St..Petersburg 1.1" estimated thatnearly thrive. A good time.to fertilize the orchard ler .. of the body.juices and their circulation. '1'g'

tall, shpw.what comes before it -the pa a ratio of fe.h-orminl( foods the purer and more healthful the wateris Ave, Thousand been killed,. by United examination Slates Commissioner of witnesses Andersonin before is the first of June, applying what Quite often we have trees newly set Salt stimulates.the-appetite of the an-
y. -, must look for what It shows. The possible the cut at as likely to be.-4- 5 .' the earthquake, at.Andijan. )_ ,. .,..: the eafses'aaamst Lieutenant-Com youcami, well afford, about a. pound hat do not start to grow with the vlff. imal and is said to favor the naaaaea or HE> -

_ glass tells the bald truth, the paper rut early a stage as-it can be well cured.For . <. ; : would be sufficient "fruit, and vine: or they should. I do not know except the protein substances from the diges- ,
_, make-truth'palatable. The glass produces roughage to be fed in connectionwith 'r- The Ctreataat-Maat. UNDERGR&UND'ROADS.. m.nder George W. Mentz, United would be a good kind. Then about November they are constitutionally weak. tive canal into the blood, and in general

only.-the shadows-of things that highly nitrogenous food. it may The American farmer i is the; greatestman New York and.Chicago capitalists are Stale.' navy, and James Brennan. anemployee lit, make another application A. soon .this is noticed we should to increase the energy of the vital pro-J.

are-the must show the shadowsof well be allowed to grow until seeds are on earth, and this fact should be said to have joined forces te launch in of"the Country Club, who of sulphate of potash alone. This is for pet them up a little, give them an extra ceases. If these claims are true, and '

things,apr be and then labor (formed. After that. period however realized by every youth who is tempted Chicago one of the most collossal traction with 01 h.r are charged with smugg the first year. After this increase the handful of 'fertilizer and apply half.a we may suppose they are, then the use*

''to materiaIaethemThe, glas does the stalks rapidly become woody and to leave the farm anj work in the city. ventures th-'city has known, according ling wines and liquors from St. Thomson quantities in proportion to the growing pound of nitrate of soda, two or three of salt, moderate quantities, at least,

not suffer from neglect or the proportion of waste is greatly in- The combined products of the farmsin to Daily News. The the United States ship. Unca" and tree. Ti" will cause the fruit,buds times at short intervals, say about three should prove beneficial. with our farm

..,, tlont the paper feelings,1iloncep, creased. the United St.te exceed in value scheme is for an underground railroad the lighthouse tender. Laurel, has attracted to grow "tonl (a they form sometime weeks apart. This will usually bring animals. .

S WaltosiT I No very significant change in composition those of.all the trusts, that have been combined with a new elevated railroad much attention.A b'ore bloQminl). brinl'good them out all right. If they should fail It is further reasonable to assume

:, .U" .- -S.-. of cowpeas ia very apparent This formed in thii coun.ry and exceed hemso the// cost of the entire project lo case of whiskey addressed to Captain healthy it to b benefited by this treatment pull that where animals are heavily fed with)

'W .A Tallahassee girl has signified her year's--experience would seem to Indicate far that the -dividends of the trusts from 51OOOOOO-o) ") IO.,0O.() b Andrew Dunlap, commandant of firm":and juicy end a good color.About up and replace with a new tree concentrated feeds like dairy cows

1 .intention to the wife of one of that consideration of chemical appear insignificant by comparison, Briefly *,..the plan comprehends- the naval station here, which bore the middle Iv February give the next winter. If trees the first year there Is real need of salt to effect the

,. bme bachelors, composition is Of minor importance in says" ,he St. Louis Christian Advocate. the construction"Iaf of a tunnel under the marks showing that it had come from them 'a general fertiliainl and cultivating show a disposition to grqw long results above indicated. Probably ani

those .forlor. Wahinlon according the selection of the proper stage far Take this item for instance: The farm. down town streets making a complete $I! Thomas' was introduced evidence to start one' advo shoots, without limbing out properly mals which are not highly nurtured

and the..be recata h of Leon c.ue.county a Dan harvesting .this' crop forfodder. As ers of( Minnesota and the two Dakota loop of the business section to Witnesses testified to having.brought cateclean culture. Al grass and they Ihould be pinched off the first and which live" in a quiet, natural way -

t' k holds trems. of compared with tie other fodders analyzed have this -year' received'IOUOO: < with a new elevated' connec alxMit twenty easel if liquor fromt weeds that are allowed grow take up .u1m'er an inch or two. This will have less need for salt than those living

Cupid out infrequent to wed be- this rear this.one is by far the for their wheat. Such a statement as proposed to construct ToldT parallel witfT ". Thoma on board the Uncas, October a pliol of the moisture and fertilizer cause them to throw out branches, A under more artificial conditions.
cr there only 8 lieens. most desirable on account of its high this is not easy of comprehension.The South Side existing for Captain Dunlap Lieutenant- my estimation had better begiten tree should be headed low, and kept Some experiments have been
lines the latter 2
,,'.. >JournaL" \d.. in one' year.-Pensacola. proportion of nitrogenous material and fgurel.are' to vast to be under. reached by means ofaim incline to The be Commander M.ntz. Civil Engineer to Ibe'lreu. Crass and. weedsare round as p."ible. This will be an advantage a ed in this country in which salt report has -

,r percentage of difficultly digestible .t $1,0,0 at the rate rank feeder. Some say shade the in the fruit, and be been withheld and then
o. > scheme Is Chas. ,W. Parks, Robert Giles, a given to dairy
largely to benefit government
wi
i' ,' .I fiber. of to the minute and workinl de.ilned round in the hot summer, but I think a handsome tree. : cows. The result
_ _ the road and managerof Smetm. seems to show the
contractor,
The ;
,. office m S. twentyfourhours a day, Inter- The will let getting to jbe a.
f; A the Unled Stle. ltd wihout dl8lricl. Ibe' Automobile trees thfm"elvC give ample fve years strong necessity for salt. The3 writer
t ", this city'a: ). i"quirie are be- At Last a Hardy Orange. moment's rest for meals or requires borpugh Rapid Company of TransprlationCompn.y. shade after dispensingwith the hoed show a tendency to decay this case has believed that these experiments

(. fr, received fof land mn which to If 10 The of( Agriculture baa nearly twenty days, so that New York is said ta .rely at the and a Mr. Lwnde. crops. I have planted at different distances cut the top all off just leaving the were top brief in time allowed and too '
'i Up Department (taAi!a u.o3UI, } ouit| uw si 'OL1 head of the scheme.. It is reported are two Lowndes ; one Chas. branches limited ,
f 'the tove be great many | (XJOXM) ( but I lice best- sixteen leet.each mere stubs, use 'fertilizer liberally in character to be ot much val.
for been trying to produce a new
,f t. of' theUwkcoramunicatpns. received dut1ng years the sum of money and yet this immense that it was (the intention of the 11. T. Lowndes, a surgeon attached to way At this distance the ground will and a complete new clean top ue. Some salt work is now in ,

k' I \;the-falHrom alt! over fhe country.P41hjpsviie .- orange that that have will devastated withstand the
t | Nrwa44t10n ,_ of Florida twice in the last decade, of three states for a single product the counci before the spring election R Lwnde captain in the marine the trees, to mature and ripen thrive two or.three year longer. This not .ready to publish any result as ,et.We .
Take another item, that of the corn was learned that Mayor Harri. corps. was not made clear at the fruit. is an important feature
J '. i' ',' Herbert J. Webber pf {he department unll good colored as- the roots always feed salt to all our hogs
crop. It is estimated that the crop ot son did not approve of the plan when hearing which Mr.; Lowrjdes-was meant.A generally remain tt the farm
o Florida's state* cap- that he healthy a longer time station and while we can-
| is now ready to announce 'To obtain the finest fruit. One should _
this country during this year will it was decided to walfor the selectionof messenger testified to having taken than the tops not speak positively -J
It is ststelynd ,be as to the results
that ,
: jtol nearly.cpmplee4. developed an orange can thin when (as
out quite large
equal il it does not exceed 3,60O- the / out number of boxes l.al .I Now I would w believe,
t_ in 'la 20O further than the new mayor before making public a from Lieu like to see the members on the whole that they
appearan.ce--pc north are
; grown mie. ( > () bushels. that In.concelv.ble marbles), or aler you are quite of this
ilP11 varieties' commonly in Ok.OO Suppose this their. plans of the undertaking. tenant-Commander Mrntz'a'"tortol omal There union plant out a goodly num favorable. We admit the weakness of
a"n grown they not are long
should) bring to the, . bee of this
\ crop 1 and to them to the driver of wil peach trees this corning winter position from the experiment ,
Florida. He has accomplished this by ddiveinl made the sta
I' farmer only cents a bushel the re- VILLAGE very .ci.or fo purpose and take of lion t
2 ALMOST care them in standpoint, but
Th -author of _the bat bill in th* crossing the Japanese orange DESTROYED. al walon. of thinning fruit. It il said by an intelligent we cannot settle .
tileiale would be a cash receipt of U2S.OOft. and be all
bul way problems
Certain persistent
at
Glenn Allen testified that It in once in the
'u' in wascustomary efforts field
village your great
I Georgia legislature become as fa"f an ornamental tree common ( Washington experts that the ripening of seeds of
\ in view of such figures as these, and of
see agriculture
mous as.. the Florida, legislator wh o varieties successively until a fine fruit the youth who leaves the to county, Mississippi, with a populationof to send orders for lquor stone fruits tax the vitality of the trees profit from' yotdo l not realize'' more and until we can do so
we
cold country between -WO$ oo to St. Thomas. by or them '" short time than in are practicing what seems to be
> was persuaded to Introduce a bil com'' capable of enduring extreme seek work the city a and was almost totally messenger rai more than pulp and foliage combined. a

,' >* *.:pelhng oysters 19 .SCOW 0(the. hal heen produced.-Nrw York Times. portunity. II came loe the country great destroyed by fire one dav last to be delivered to s.c government b.l. Thrreore. i if( we thin out the fruit when and anything money else expended.according to the labor ular.more-reasonable Prof. W. A.practice Henry.in this partic.

'fg'sNUtTtMla JlsnnerM week. only two business blocks take that much
' ; -- said conductor of arid an we away We should'
a street car on one .
'. < ( .::1 ; psJ -. Tile to. Unds>...; In this city, "and I wish I had oil mill being saved. Nine mercantileestablishments HONORS TO DEWEY. lax upon the tree, cau"inl larger and tities to ship'try to grow them in quan- 5.

.' w1'"4'' Opp.rtu4tI' .e S.,. the There ie no need of caution, concerning tIe lne there." No doubt he did. Thereare were bur.e. The financial 'Admiral Dewey, arrived at San Jaun juicier p.chu. ( crIe of fine fruit lots and by doing in refrigerator so we shall carload realize ZwsEa .* Japanese aga. Cane.In .

" -:* bexwi o.t.. the use of soft' tile for.underdrain- no spotters en the (f.rm. no detectives loss has not estimated, on boartl the Mayflower at 0IO: Dee. : will in Northern markt.than better net prices. another column in this issue will
: \c ,! I grant t that it is a' matter of to watch what the farmer takesin but,It will two of inferiQ) Thus .vin. If this be
b heavy.5 of the found
people thronged essay stimulates letter
: ago 2 of a from Mr. N. H.
Lake .
Tous.nd. any
. ,Pr 'f/ Crle. picking wrapping" crating and freight yon Fogg,
? KtPL' opinion only but it is. probable that or what he pays out, there are no and public and private to engage In peach culture of
I shall Alta
.
'special agent handling and hauling which feel Monte Springs, Fla. who
PACIFIC has
be short-lived very
many underdralns will foremen to bully andswear the farm- decorated with make Imply repaid for the
and Presidentof CABLE buildnigs were writing of it. been
, partment of Agriculture because the material used was to soft. e. is never In danger of "losing hi. ]The eventful trip cableship and th'e. fired salute. The f.I' much difference in net returns. So do T.fOBflnilon l?let me And experimenting with Japanese 51mg-
of America a ar
the Rice Association It is horl-sighted$ policy on.the part job" he has no fear of being reportedand Silverto'wn was completed 2u forll not neglect to thin out, usinypur best obliged wW-r are not cane and to which experiments we
and e"cltel'
Post Dee miral was escorted to-th by artillery V these recently referred
? interviewed -paace in doing directiona in this journal The
was judgment so.
bT.tholou"ton of tile
of tile burners to any a summons to the the first link in .
one dlap.e .uprlntendent' the trans-Pacific cable infancy and mountedNpolice. Order to have P" =hes. 'fo data that we then the introduc.
Hay-recently '
: wih reaal all that has not been hard enoughto office for him no laid. In If the tree overbears it will always you will have gave
making the Honolulu some inferior
held. tion
; .f- cultureXin the Gulf counlr. make' it absolutely ,safe. 'here is who is born on a (farm js 'orlunaleeompaed "a the cable will be thirty-connection where a reception was Te pl.eeWR look badly, and its life wi be shorten almoat any co"ditio"think fruit under of the cane into the United States
bouyed with officers I by General
:; K w.n.out'I"very less loss soft-burned kiln, because with his in the thronged alend. ed. In winter just growth touched have LeDuc, Commissioner of
.. a
utilized brothel ciT. five miles from the
., .nd- can be the w.rpingnd. cracking ia less and and if he can shore end and ed the big private reception that night appears, \the' should pruned, V" necessary Points for Agriculture under President Haves, is .
proper
: ,farmers ot Louisiana and fac .- given by Governor Hunt in honor of b peach culture and if will tot impaired by the Mr.
ths that
' by bb' burners do not burn hard unlel there stay in the country so much better taking off a portion of the I.t growth, follow the I you account
I.4 Teza.Prof.: .: ol 0 C the debut ol his eldest daughter, Eliza course have laid out. you Fogg now gives of its$jmilar introduc
is absolute demand on part for him. that is between the last limbing out
wjll
an fail 'in
'."? ia a statement that will appeal .it 1s reasonable to be- -us., CAUGHT AT LAST. beth. and hit th" your..efforts but will tion into Florida although at tuft time
purchasers: but the oi th. Thus leaving "ahinln' _ .
>
Usten: The Wm. B Mstw>.s. u
farmer in Texas., : : Ewing who was arrested in : .hot ---- -- -- ,_. we referred to there was no experiment
to I know that this is the out.
, . tea "e" no enemies, and once established the .olt-b'red., A lrend. says Emerson, "is a person Chicago on the charge of fraudulently pa Cii1tase'asntkTI$4ii.Pea tree to make round thick lan-Read before or*"," Fruit and station in Florida. The account given
cannot put heads' This should be done winter
: jt ia good.for a couple nundred true b blow I may be sincere, Before using the United States ever. Pmkh.nl Grower Union" by A. M. by. Prof. Rose may refer to specimens
the (frost line for-sny as mail..h. ch culture, in South Florida Is a After bl and
' him I think aloud. J.m ar. ; a
raisingy' reaon may
mlnl "
4ee ol' you te wanted by the postal ot sent out from the plant conservatories
' T.a.I. s. shown by the crumbling very soft very important branch of the fruit In. good some -
for rived at last in the of if ai'
thing presence a man .prayina relable in
''Is 4 staple iDI; the "f' tile during s winter above ground.. But Ftancisco for the last sevfnten months. dustry. It is, and 'will be for time to .three Washington, or may have been a
I
+ ao real and equal that drop t.o Behes-alstg
kept even CattU..Cattle .
\.Tes..Th .hle b, cr..: no matter how great the depth the those undermost may of dissimuja- He left there on July 4. iO|, after; con come I firmly bley.the best paying of great advantage (Insecticide b second importation of this cane. The "
.bo garments
: ,-. fal' .,Rt. O to uiko. presence of air water probably will tion, and second ducting fqr so.ne. time the "SIMd.rd Industry we cn. engage In, comparedwith not be too strong as i it would burn the are dehorned for several -rea second importation that we received in :
maysa..S5i courtesy
v:" -. '" bshe. that finally cause tile.n way. It I is to which men never put off and tboaght Oil Promoion' In".tment Com the capital Inn.te and labor required foliage), as there are' .always insects sons! they are rendered more docile; Louisiana was imported at the In.
reacb tender Tounj..v. aye made formerly pany. After he his of the that they can be shipped In stance of Dr. T. G. Richardson from
te for crop porous. The claim with him with the simplicity and h9lend. diappared alrk. Inthe trees. prey upon the': tress.: When har. a Smaller space!
i'. .: plants m.t. the that tile should be porous to admit the '. with which stayed for two-or While I do no claim to be high authority vesting time arrives th. orchard should they are less dangerous to each other, the Royal Botanical Gardens in Rio
: therefore one
tl third ,ea.n I 1m.r" water in the soil but we know now that meets' chemical' .tol their employer'* whereabouts and try. ( \ ap Importantsubject, I b gone over and such fruit picked a. to attendants, and to other farm stock. de Janeiro, coming a year or two laterthan.the ',
.tden I c, prit I The,most .lollel" log to his can' 'Interest for Dehornine-mar be done-it canes first imported frona
"I" > te1>$ this is entireyl unnecessary. g.e' appease creditors. As he you a short your estimation, will do to ship asshipping two oeriods Japan. S
Ln. the enters the drain failed to the time this afternoon with few statements 0tflaniniaI's life! either the ,
," of water a th The who kills because appear- remaining. cl"rk.quit a wi probably J the course at age
I the uilPrfli 1 rare-tea The joints and it can do this" easily no be man In hlm"el will the -of&c. with. fur backed partly from reading part we shall for of our crops. of one to four weeks, or after the horns The special value of this sugar cane! U

: '. a.r"r.eT.for'tbo'-mrkeL! ; i. 'very ter' bow tight we may seek-to make gets tlontprl 'world work.wa atacbe.. The I. authorities I,tO hearing;, but, mostly from per Peaches' do. not all mol at the have reached mature size. When done well brought out by Mr. Foggrte.hold

.'Tt are rolled them..,Tile should b burned sufficiently for get hell will. his; woiie cx set. p.tl Inal .priea. Although never hay tm. upon (be r.._rp.' wilt| ,l' early in life, it does not have the tsmin ing that its high glucose content and .
'.lte < Ieavcs .l."kep\r. little bard,to remove particular danger do" Th. tbel..c.cJ.t..k lug be. ebraed in this industry an severaiplcUaai: One,will corn effect that results when the operation its considerable content of other solids
t
, ,
N;- Black emnt.d.tea If s"fuIT| ol br..age in handling either, in If the: 'Madeira! whence fat.torthe .United Btatcsof & ) I have ben familiar lerl the right< ndition for a peach'to A is performed upon,adult"animals. not sugar make it possible produce

.: ,, should jywA fcauling or covering. In thecase'of come all pure II.ne.were to Colombia whence he cenld-not betas wh pal growing ever coning in, to ship in good-order.> In preparing natural-born poker-when dehorned a syrup of considerable-density with
.
:" 11.nt laynj' thes.ii, constant ou tradited. some eighteen ago. for {bC.shTppiag.of .ar' early, becomes a butter when mature, out its crystalizing, as does pure.cane '
t V'w.tttf which % 'great ink Into the day, could Recently he.jeturned crops.
we to
:; Irritation and dansrer that,,a pee.j..b damaged, quickly. replace-a.the 1m., United States and hla ( .1h, First we' should elect a. ra. asgood'high we should Jiaye.'plenty, of crates,,and because it has not learned that its syrup, ordinarily.., We hope thaL.Mr-'
:.. it"'lbr- inlaying wnrw. Chicago '. weapons have been removed., Fogg will continue in his
be without the Southern followed J new irratw4-as I the fu wrappllCha. there U Upon experiments
- ",* Dear .a I flaw on our Yeprcs r promptly.y .4e / contains withgood natural be } the whole, it ia better and much easier and make' bis., venture industrial1)
HVfr' .aaa' "aer mud or cw".nd, 1IIII of'pure < 'p", 'r drainage no lack orsn Uriai f w tnw.fceavy an )
f 'l plants of drouth.' fpr It J* the drin sissy it . It .- old I- E l -. < (this Is Impr.nt.) U ahonld be fell pickings. Peaches tft i Borthernmar11.irJor& to dehorn the young calLthan>-he ma success; As we have frequently written

u1 f.lle and ai-I T business' to:boy'''any .gain4ile . > 1 A1.-tl .- broken;. a, year before lor' ( ture animal.' No instrument are /needed in the columns( The Louisiana Planter -*/', -

.ic will. be c.rer. ,In the .no not had enough'to stand a lot .Jola.idelpl : bbroloM.4m.c1ty,1flat ., I letting Ue c trees. Jf possible, I yen .rdi Ia; it cast, be done, at any time .the ,jrtiere it big money In the cane sagf f. ,

L ; : ..f properly watere4 of. strain or tbaf.ia 1 p ppeus that the X.want yo tic\take t.i YudeY .. Marlbr, H..e"tlr'.del '4 I.have land of this description con- !,lourney and arrive year and ope. man can qox the-work. ar industry to those, who wilt undertake '

, f.t Texas, nofmonaIy., least fros<>ealren'\ it"UM strong. /"Oh. thank- gasped.d e. that elm, ..tains.clay -subsoii.Lwsil.and.good.. but In a tbeird.tinatol', All that U necessary is to buy a stick it.mi} good faith and establish a name,

W c psl4 product drai-tile.-kxcba7S.. J, .. -, ,.- th tJ b city qfq. departmenta5ajsQ the if"'clay Jacking, ,do .not' be.itatetopitbe c coctlo bruising of caustic potash, 'of'caustic soda dip and reputation for the quality and iuriei..oS ..
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*1116 Klsslmmee f Valleu Gazette HY'ACIJlCTHSI'D CATTLE. The. Leader !I ; SQQSQS3g i&VM UNO.:" L; BEAM.AN'' ; I :. -' .11 u

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.' .. 1'1iL..HON.. NO. irrtlSLMBID \ : I New c'laWlQl -'
'j.r-, A* lavewtigatlo._ .Beini held'- ontki ;i Now Store \ >. dRiFFts Str te.
SVSST FSIDAT Kinctyinine ptr-cent.' of the bu +++4++ 'l44 4+4+I.++44 .jkg

'" Office tn Vall j) 'Uat tM. Hatidier. SlbMa.| .. isspf( The Mutual Life InsuranceCompany I .j. L.>c pwiN I ..j, 1 '

1 .....1t1.'IKKn.OCfUUCOUIITY.VANSAGNZW4 .FLA.Jf. The Palatka New..give. some information 'o( New York has been ; | S SEE FEEDiiStpBii.

P. A. acquired since 1850 whcn the next '
PRoPlWCTOBl. on. this Important subject., as business GR'IFFIS'I QDWfN.. LE.
i''!'' B; Largest 'company began ; & : i Tic .
ollows: iti -
these forty-two year .WIJDJIH
during
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6 '0; A. VANS AUNKW. JCdI">>r. "John W. well-known EXCEEDDf4m'Pf'.f: '
I Ollsson lobe record,h.. '" Fresh .
; 1 Kntr4 at lbs t-oaiofnos In KUidSseoon4ela i..., Fla. merchant and mill man of Bostjviuktrouifbt ,1hft-vmpJe)., 'fy' I :
..".11- .'. to the city oh Monday the-re STL '
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Fancy 6ROCRIS. i
port that (four of his own and twelve .$216.813.5 .
Snbxirlbsni I will pleees notify the otnee II cattle'belonging 'to Isaiah Williams ToW'I.-.. fiND' ++ .+ + .
Iner (all$ .
r. eoaununtoattone to set the paper*xo reRularlr.All >M I:raid oar authorJseJ of Bostwlck had died from the effect..* ....-.. '.. .I'otle,:-t 188 0613,83-6 '9 '
\ t oomapodeatm. | mail...._... br theKeJenUdmaU of f eating the water hyacinths which _.. 9 Family..1 Finest Turnouts in Town. '.
'. had been chemically by the .
$ ** arm nolbt returned. nales* government employee Jroated on board the ._'-1_ .134-J7j2,61i fS .1 _. _51.__. _-'---___ . .KS

-called Th. ::rio.I U.not, ...;"' ".Ibl. ,lor; oplulau. ..a.p. steamer LaReve, now .operating on'' : .i75,981 S. Large Stock B "t. Brand of Canned Gods 1 ( .
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by aorra pODd nU. the Bu Johns Klver and tributary Standard Oil Company ami ';i( PU.MPSETC'&TC.
Adrertlilos rate may be had on Application.SUBSCRIPTION \ A' ..
waters for,tha purpose. of destroyinghe .. ; "gent'.or'I
67,883,475'I '
.. hyacinths.. ......tod_ YsIw, CJflund' EVERYTHING Morgan Armour Fertilizer Co. ,


I ..One fens eopr oopy,alx on. *month year .. .. .., BATES.. ..... ...(.i.oo..MOB aa"The appropriation'last session of of e30(Jool'renlli&d.000! for this. ;.: ,''I" .' 44,822,8' : 7 Toblccos REMliMDER FRESl !PHOJE Jq P. IBuHdInIIa; "k AI' ( .
I.alive
r .oopf,litres moallu, .... .. . :. . .IB: \ work. and The flued steamer 9ut for the was purpose purchased ;I........ *" . .38,127.777'Articles r- I Artesian

Friday} January' a, 1903.. : I' and the men In charge of spending 1.d.'saal. \ 10..1.: 3122'9.689;
his appropriation are now engaged .\ .'- -- - . - -. *- "'
- /D.
-
ID that pleasing occupation.4. They w,... ,.*..t.r lur .'Wf. Shall I lastu.P"" High" Grade -Whiskey -'
unless' interrupted continue u ti-' Pump Wells.u :
THE KISSIMMEE RIVER ROtTE. wl11L'
[ la-usod. The INSURANCI p
'
appropriation up. THE MUTUAL. LIFE: S ... '. 1
i-: Below .we print'a atrbtaff" editorial ..rpro\h'latIOD.\ estimated. on tbe basis NEW YORK ,. U -
.. o work ,ln general andu COMPANY or _
; 'f 'fcom! t.h. Jacksonville! Tlroes-Uulon nothing\ In particular will be exhausted " UIL..AMU.A. McCuaov Pi.wl4MiU. RBie UMYES-HOUSE KIssiminoeslIe

1 and CltlMia, fully, endorsing the Po.t.lo'o before. are the destroyed.1000th part Then of the the. oilier.hyacinths CECIL WILLt Xf WnftRer Id., DAY -K ntky Exchange .

.\ taken by the counties of Osoeola Otto-thousandth\ parts will quietly.continue Jacknoavllle, & : 1
M. TILLER "Agent. 1 KlBslmniee, Fla.
: Polk Brevard and the work of multiplying, and the. , j. T. OWENS. .O.I..TO. '
Pad,through (30,000( appropriation will I .hive a decided o. S AND .

their respective boards of county. commissioners 30 cent look."The.apprQpiation. .' .
'
of the
Is It of Incorporation SPECIAL BY THE WKEK 'It If. PL1)3I3Y '
good. HATES
no
the vexed question ol : .. CAF'E ,
upon I. worse tain no good If It Is Ifolnff'to Lightsey) Lewis & Caruthcrs MANAcU r {

r the right of private cltlaens of Lee destroy good cattle* who L a .

to dam the -Hicpochee bit. better sense than. to chase the hyacinths . Cattle Com pari)'. COMMERCIAL TRAVEL SOLICITED, ., i' :
i county OD'i'.IID'
into the shallows 01h.. river -
I now liMre the largest stock of Wines, Whiskies ,
DeSoto county.. and feed on them while the. grazing in : rhs uud.rshnad. h., b,swn h.1.. Ib.intve. and Doers handled in Klsmmee.! All 'J;
the wood. is in the. sere and yellow. 1Oo.'bo. .. .bodrorport>t.. un"lur aiid b], Situated Near Depot with' Fine Lake View. ever ._ 4
Our esteemed. contemporary reootnlxes ( "'But does the chemically treated .Iu.o' lh..*.....1 liinorpormtlo. laws of Lbs __ grades at prices to the times.A .. .. . .IJ
state of Florida. .. le\lcl down in Ihv RvvitmlUtutM < .Ui.\\
cold fact that the atlarge
the I'
people
hyacinths kill the cautel'"Mr. of riorlrt.. .u S Lbs Act of Lbs 1Ac1.l lfttur .
"w have certain Vested rights In Glisson says it has undoubtedly ainvndaiory tliereo fttd..111..h.,01Utar7tbeeeo i within' reach Have ;
I his those of his and adopt lb. following article of laorporattou Hue Hunting and Fishing eay your moai-I r
killed( neigh
; .. this great" canal system.. It denies the m'Dd ; .... ___ E -
bor. Mr. Williams. OUsson is a 9 : SPOA
right of anyone to trespass npon these practical man. He says the stuff not ARTICLE .. r tire taken 'I
Tb. of Ibis oorwrtfiloa shall! bi TbaJichUev -
public vested rights. It stands! for an only kills cattle that! toed on the treat'' same, I**..* CaniiberaCfcltla: Company,. ,

Jopen waterway from Klsslmmee to the hyacinths, but that It does not kill with. ". prinatiM., place of builoeu M Itiulmraw. . ' 4f'A: : E. BHAHDBN for your new Fsiresrmenta.It
; "aIf.c the baclnJ.ltha'; it simply de t.eoy. Floridn. chIn, aurb liraucb oflloa antmnelc. -_ --- -- ---- -- --- : :. Proprietor. Is the only proper and satisfactory .
O< .. M may IN Mtabllvhtxl *lwher 'b* -
The people (of the Klsslmmee Valley the top and that after .a shorv time. hu Uot.14.. of l>tr,uioni." ? .- .way of buying tot "._ :
th. root send forth another topi that ARTICLE )1. clothes. t
-and of all the. territory tributary to these.new tops are growing In the. St.: The DOor.il nura( of lbs business lo W Mike your selection l ., ;

the Okeechobee basin will deeply ap- Johns and in Rice Creek even now. iiMClil by saId! itorporallun. ttll ">. M foJlOWIJ !tailoring line of .
..... .,
"On the other hand the News has *r*>- c

precfate.aonvtlfe the d..nA.support.' 'of for this u.,great It i. Jack need Interviewed the chemist. whQ prepares. daallLC Tb* raiftlny'or ::f.lla: rattlo MlllDi, bon.-M ol- olothorwl.,'.btMpffou : State Kiss mmee ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD' .CO.8CHKDCLE STRAUSS'
BanH BROS
t ,. the, spraying fluid. He says the, Huh and othor kinds ol live stork mud anl ; "J
.' -- "less to sajrlhat., bavlDalou&h' the kill therhypclnthi. root and branch, main,bint and 110..li. Ami In bum ...11 sod dl.. '

fight single-handed for 'a long time, andwlll_ not kill cattle. He does not pose of,llmtwr al) kind, fmtu.of wars(ralDM;tfood, nUnomU, ummbaDdUwood and all IN EFFECT NOEDKI! 50. KM.7T Chicago, Est, 18.'t

rive the formula of his spraying fluid, other t'Gd..ota ol an and all UDd. ot land; -- 05s5 tattora lot
the of ? -5T ill tl '.
cordially welcome l help so.strong ] I-JK 2.pOa'tlSp . .
we but says that 2/.0/ pounds of compound also. to Hoqutro. own I...., oeoupr. cultIvate.d.v . ted.> C y. Tampa. .M. r.. I T tioa : .- \

E_ an ,.U)'. rll mixed with 4.00'srallons of water. .lop.aud..,to...lui h.,|.rav.......land.' n.and... _uiu_O.produntetb.nl _d.. Offers to (Customers Every Facility 192. Ml) .11' .. .. Ar. Plan,, CIty 10..1 1 5 lit ., 011'701101.1' YoullfindaworIdof'pleasurs .
This la sprayed on thje hyactnthih : i : Mp I 2 i Af l.kol..1 .J.w..2 ( f 40 Ii lOp| In' the clothes
QAZKTTB and made
"The Klsslmmee V ALLEY brl.Iwvs. tramway IrrlRation work aby .. UI|> 7 (OOaT Ar. . . in a ... .. .wearing
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*&:. In 4 recent Issue Klves an Interesting the 2CO/ pounds of compound the 100th and all bjilldiDc' I and trueitir*!,nvuenaary tothe Consistent.with Sound Management.Personal 7 rIp Ml211:: S.:. a Ar.: barlow. '. ..Lv lOp 9 Its : : by Strauss Bro.-I.uIU. > '
or 2i pounds la arsenic the only carryiuou of aatilbimiiiM. IncludIng lbs 131'! A < 9 Mil) Ar. ...Aroiidla .1... I'. I lIla . '
account of the manner In which the part, ; Ltiilldluf. and o..lIoD. ol stcamboil... another < f S 11 (UOaXI ArAr . :1' 7 ooa ... ..." .. .. In style, fit, and mater- "
It will lOp .P"nIU. .. fnl.h
in the 1.0
the 1mproveraent poison preparation. vrafti for tho traukri>rtatlon 01 Irvlhtand 11' '
Government appropriation.for | . . .
of what Is known as the thus be seen that 2t pounds of arsenicIs pa...nv.ra, and. "oberoll. .] to do and p.r.. All Biiliieiw l a U.. II" f'S J7pll p II ("I'' ) ..... ... Ar .0"0." .. ..I..9. .. .lja.! 'Bp 7 II SU lOp p IsIs 'They're .!'mlcl better ?

: Klsslnimee River Route ha. at. las used in 4,600 gallons> of water. Is torn[ all coo.arrwl na' ieMarjr by ac lbs
been made available. This .approprla it enough to kill SImIlar \vporporaUon' I JUp .... .. ... L.L.n.l ... Lv..a. .' | .4 np .,yet prices are astonIsh'lngly '
r t.loD-whlch la only I 124,000 and or "Arsenic is fed to cattle In the razing ARTICLE! 'III.Tli N. B. CARSON. OA.MI.R.' 4 Cop.. 4.%.. ,. .Ar .. ..Palatka .i. ..10 'a top i low and you're .
i which but 8,000 is ImmedlaMily available i countries.. to make them sleek and ei.llal stock. of acId corporation .b.n V hOp_ 78._ __ .. _Ar... .Jacksonville. .. | V w h top pr '
'. -was some time since\ held up'' fat and fit for the market but in what. bo forty-flvo ibuuiand, .10/1./ (M.'i.UuO). .11. fectly safe In orderaJ" .. "
tho News does not know. vUlctl Into,' Hhaivi of Ono Humlfr. imllarCntcb 7 S. .
.upon the ground that. two. of the canals proportion w tilth shall bo fully paid up. and oonewawilble -l.'---: .- .----Trami----: . .......: --. I"Y( cause If JO'' .i
"It be that the cattle eat the hop
Involved in'tlie'projected improvement may lu caab.ABTtCLK U. M 4A* I.V. . ..kel."d .... .:..... .Ly.. .i_._H Ml 1.r.ctot. you needn't tk., <
were In fact., the private dead and decomposed hyacinths., and IV. -- : -t Mt A'1><. l.y. .. TIT . TTO., will -- ..
property of the '. 'successors of the. that this is vftiat. kills. )Decayed vegetatlon bald' coriMirathni. shall have .",..<'e..(.... blu -- 11.\1 Ar .. 1.1.1. .. Ar. b pleased .

original construction company and< is only good for Flute Indians .'urporaL... D.me,..for a period' of fIlly (Miyeacar ) a I 413p| Ar Ar ". QaIbt'ailio .. n.461 in; 10 show you s&lbplee-CalI

that therefore the expenditure o' "Hlver men wsntthe hyacinths killed. 'ARTICLE: VTha 4 mp Ar .falatka . t. II ISa ,,
under act of Qpngress wouldbe The cattle\ men don'I, for they afford(. T lOp Ar- .JacksonvIlle .... I. t> !
money bualucHN of' sell l oorfiorailnu vhall IronduritMl . tiil, .. 1. J. N. Calhoun
cattle winter it 4.;>a Ar M
Illegal." This contention was, !good eating to the In the and ul..Ke" by a 1'.1..1.... A'.k..I.kol.. .I l.vL
however eventually overthrown bthe months, when the bloom. Is off the 1'.lde"l. Hvorvtary awl Trvaaitrcr.. cud a 11 5 Ma lOp Ar. iKh 8rrlU.' (.. . .... 1101
and .pine needles are the only Board 01 IMreoiora' foi.viotiuK. of lI.oil and t 40"i iSl Ar .1lv.O.k .Lw..5. .
.
efforts of !State: Senator car.onl grass .itch otI..r.ome.r. | nud aeuiiu an ...nI | Ar flu II. GloUlnc.' Stioes, Notions
of the wood WI lout' 07
I p
who auoceeeded in securing a luxury of Dlrvriura ruvlda fur. iJINGWDER5Ge ; .
release of the involved from "No sooner' had the reported deal Thw BtMird: may<>l Dlrvclora, shill. ... elected .t 90:|> I jAr a W.yero..a .... .. : SOI :
property autcklMsldvni' meellni. 10''' bHd at Klaimuie .. Al 7 I *7 HO A, . .. .16.
*
of the cattle reached Palstka, than a ( Tenipa < .ThoDo". ..J?"L
the United Land which ha 2,1 '
Company, .. ". -- --
1 1Jauuary
*! Florida ou tha "00,4 Tuesday 10 J__.o_- ogpi Hunrtny.
t come into possession of the two uanals lion. S. J. Hllhurn wired Cov. Jennlngs of enrli itvniy'. jenr. 'llto Jftrrotora ,..GD. .- .S.WTFee S ll KM 7 1 V b Olptip' 10 I l.vIII : 'f''ni'a Ar II V.a )I iia'O lop ) hip . - --
in 'qu 'tior. to see what could be done about BO chtwatt .h"WI) \, the maLtel' The Governor acted Bm-rwUry and KAeV. I I- 7 -S Ar 1Y 0 I' '1 )' t.
I "This step! was followed by the exe 1..ld.o''Ieo, .. 1'.I1al. by-la 'V&TP4tl"1b.Ise.5w..ela s."bveree.IS.s 5 4'Ml 111' Sip 1'111.1. 9 I lO < .pit "li
arr .
cut Ion of a deed by the'tx>mpany vesting promptly, and yesterday he wired Mr. r..r.ii::government:I..j"-thtf Huanl and a Wa D.weetels. '.1 .:'1' Ar ( Iy "I 'et
the title. l.O.th. two. waterways i ID Hllburn that the gove"nment had or- .pane, and .h.1 .|"I'LI aud, employ' ; : as 0 MOFFVZ"1'tt"f.dZ"Zte. -.- ; .. 12"", A' . jronAr ... L. .. KeepweIiT.1
dered the wprk of spraying hyacinth other ,' ) .. i* !!)icy may : 'tc. top ; :: Hprlnit I L.V .1'
; ,
:
the Unftd States with the-result that UCHMIMI,% atnl: nrftin>f' :! lie, otllitu, trl Korc .-- - D.r'rD>t Hniidny. J
until investigation\ could' - ,
-
stopped an
instructions hve 'been issuec 0". -
already' lacy aud tra..rer may bu h1 I.t by nd Port
Pullman on 21 between. Jacksonville and
for the commencement of the work 01 be had. lua anu |.rMU.Until MASTER'S SALE. sleeping!ca. Ta'v. :1
Notice of Intention
"llie bridge tender. at nice Creek tbe tlmt, .1"0.1, irm-ttn. ,, .and olon to Apply 1 ----- .o and Iron hare really bees inseparable :
improvement.Few of ofttcrrtj onlh,. S, MUI, liiitiday.lit I 1VTHK KA"t ;.1' TO Y WKHT Creation and wbea In perfect
people in this section of theSt.al. says that dead. wild ducks came floating *C. It. l"tM. Ibo, n4>iiN.itiur, ; > Wllllitm C. Huona. : rO Letters Patent. OTItI'.$ ItKBEBY have adequate down the river. and Mr. Moss of II. II 1..1.. HohrCamtltcra and 1 Ylt" of \dtcrtM of 1.I..u. aiiilnale 7&l. II ", Jack.oiyhhhu; 10\ ",.\. I ___ _I _------ -- Iron.ro' .u.

'of, the importance any of the inland conception water- that locality has lost tome, of hls-wor r1.lph''Y...I ) of..,'' I..on('..otlo.t .,.b.1 X.dh....1.t hrr.>Iiv Rlvtn that the undtintfrnrd. "mo. .0....1..1. by the' of 4Mrrnlt flnrlil Court: fu anil forthe :1'/''OW1A I !. W.'ru. A'I t..I.I. I TRIP 011115 no""Ly.( Tampa ..Ar.Ar 100.710 Ha"* supplyIng I the .t p-Iron In '

C w..,. which will eventually open up oxen from 1 poisoned, hyacinths. There o..I..cll"l .Uu".0, ( 1'm.xHia. . .b* r..st.iletit .. win ppl> .Pit.<.., r".h... Plate of KlorMM. for the Cconty of'Clay. lu fhmict'ry ulttlug. on 161. A5'i' Ar_.kU.I"ob,, "'" I I.e "1' H.0a.. VA., 9.01.Y J..kovU. I. SAO proper :and : always
are rumors of terrible mortality. Hoi*nCfitiitlii:) l Iia'l 1 i.o.h.1 Prealdeu u 'l'.Iiahc.seuotl' th t:r.nh day of January. the vvtd day of December latH In a certain, \>.; : I ::: If I 4-J ArAr. Vaf.lmoa I:; III?* I'JINos. been used blood I It 'o i, .
navigation between the Klsslm p ,.. ;. .. ,. |
,great the cattle but far notbin, and: U.: A UuM--Jl: : *.,.*.;; bo Hvoruury amTraaaurvr. .1 II. 19114. l.r leO hi.orp..rsI I ill ecu therein eldl"l .i.lo 'j b.Peunnyl'* ji !j.IA. .u."I. J.s. I ". 'I li.l:.I 1 . 1251t ir Dr. finOt'. to dIscover
HO "o.o..Ylo
: mee Valley and the Gulf; and in the among! until. tm-ir. MU-usuiertt are churneD "Thel.f* l'arsous I.sit, !.t''11'|.'','tinder lbs vaota Company ,... on U. andGrMiuIng .4i'" .& .Blrhmot,4 .J.\ W I'.a 7 'l-l' o lila Ar. ) :. p lIon.. and other _adp".obl. ..
is definitely known here of an) deathsbeyond fnllliwlnx i lr.fooe.l| l charier otlgtnal' olwlilcli I I. complalnanl,. the lop' 7 t.4ey. Wasi.l.tou tv I .Ir' Inr1 &.
construction of which are to be uLU- and ... Abnull. I Rip is .. ArAr Blvmiuuliain.Naikvlllu r.&l .
11 : $ baa
,, the original sixteen' reported .118. AKT1CIIVI.The I. U""O fllu tn the( ru<>u or the tt on> 1. : .A Key V,eat Rallwnr <'um.nanv I 98* 910.14 Ar Ilaltlinoru.: t ;:: 2 lop 7 :: : : .Lv ; of naif p"." ar' .
I bed the long chain of lakes and rlv 'I.'Y of Mlntn uf tho Mate n. Florida.Th . ol'l$ .. WlllUmi., D. B. Wlllliim I I Kolicrt. Hti Inl.IA. .1'hH..I.hl. I.. 5211* l2ulp I : ArAr Kvn vlloChlraxn.! LY siTII IS. I.TunIc t portent blood pur I. 1.0 "
era which link that terra Incognita. by MI'J, GUuon. Jnglii- amount of Imlohtedunita. or IItlllly ;** notice I I. irlvvti *tn .. of the "All who have lout stock should u. vlilfb .1.1 l nirH'ratiou( ) cnn. 0 au 1IIn.f' I I.; Chnpurr 45C.. Klarlda.. 5s f''e'.b.,,. K.. "rt H (,.I..n..I..ncn.'h". ' '. poverished blood. Th blood carries neeeeanryupplle "
... with the great upon waterways liM-lf, bu .. TllhtOUUfl.CAR 8ERVICE. I 7-JIM .7IPi1.iiT1.v: , '
take. a descrlpiion-Of" it' and file this ')( .1.1 forty h'o''luC mm-ddli.) Hfftiou VI23of' tha lturl.o.Italulei Hunk, Edward II .1..1.1.1.'] "" *to
; .world. The third section of this ID- with aa ..affidavit- loss with tkWashington . (. I) doll.t uf the Hiti.:.1 Klurldn. : = pope ) :l l | |'1 ... J:and 35 .frry Pulm.n sleepi $. '' Ar.Ar.. I..ul.vl". I Lv T do no aome : i iLc
land waot.erwa7-t.he. Caloosabatcheeriver AHTUL1C VII. WiiqeMour Dante. .Ililn.a.l-o. Vwllev Realty Company are itofuuiTniiU., I w.Jlim i ers New York ( . r ._ 1 L" Ill : :a11Ia"
government. We have comber, iWi. offer l..r sale. and evIl the hlt bust 1,1,1.1.., for \Lwen ; 7:1. m.( ,
between Fort Thompson and the Tb. names of the aubvorlbcra to the e..I..1.Ik. 04.1. M'tLI.lAM C. ._ I and coaches between IA, ( .Y ( .. "until .
an excellent. government at Wasbloi of, brotti than 1. ". 'cab at .nbhIe oul.ry the court 11011. ". 'b", I. Da" a 4.11 C'
Atd by
Gulf-long since came within the ju- ouriioiatiuti .t ,, : . '
JN
and residence' and 1.1. d.'01 ii .1" of,. Stat..t IorIda. Jackloo.Ule and and Dlolnif Cars between Savannah and
and i Is In 'I
ton there moneyjto-eremate '. W..blnILn
rlsdlctlon of the United States through amount. of.ubo.I" lubaorlbed by them s.t HT A Bu..I. ; I.lhe'CIIy O. (_ itprhs.5.,Ihooll., Naw Yot-lc. .. 78 Pullman Sleepers t .JnrlrionTtllo

the War Department; and the fact that. the t..u.r'L oppoatt their respectIve I uainea.jA .. rttopottcn', CHARTKR COMPANY or THI LEX PARSONS Ge ': ."second. dy of. A.1).;: :r a and New-York via Washington and Penn. H. H. Nos. 78 bt.M and 23 carry Pull 'I
the first and second sections have now ilium C Paraona.MoCab.. *. Yn.p CA1TL tI' :, within the :"i, :. ., nfan Sleepers botwwn Jacksonville St. Louis via Montyornery.Hteaninrs .
00... Jennings has received a telegram tmty. A.lo.16.b. The hereby associate tbeme.lv. : alp Dr.Harter's 4
been put upon the same footing mui ubd."r"e il>* deicnbed lu deer' ol. : l
forever dispose of the claims. made b from -lion. 8. 1. Hllburn '01 V.7S\bafwa.X. Polk County, Flor tn _.or beooiulnir. louor- Jowtt leave PunL.Gorua 7.00a and arrive at. Fort. Myers 4.00p./ r.
) Ida ;
Palatka, stating that the fluid being .7 .. pontivdnd I formIng:I a rorpormtlou un laruil The property mentioned anil ill*. Sienmi-TS .)rt.. Myers at.fl.OOn and arrlvea'unta'-OorUa 4.wrball: )
those settlers who have on several occasions \ W. H f wU, Fort 1., Folk Coaall'll" by virtu* of the Uwtv-of 4n, State of Floridawith I wrlbod, and In Ilia bill ol IC&vl : '
uaed the United States authorltie Ida.Ths and under Ibo Ir'r": coo except. .
ventured to-obstruct 'certain \ by following |.opo-tfb.. plaint ... paitlcularly. dicrlli' I In, Sln ,
.connecting links of this great. -caD.1 in their efforts! to kill the water hyacinths Cia Kob C'ouut r c'd'14ft Turkey jiharea I Hammock. 0 ,,'. i. .I : excepting: the Innilii ,them.toforo Steamers sail for' Key West and Havana, Tuesdays, Tur.de and Sun.
in the St. Johns river and Its Ktobard .. Tnrkay HamuooOweola .1'i..lb In Ktbiblt ""II" l.the daysatll.OOp. Iron.Tonic .
system. tributaries by spraying from a CountV, Florida, 1 abaraTTATK Tb. semi of the corporatIon shall he Tho aid : ':Ijrlns and'being I Iil4heeuunlle ,:: Connections made at Jucbsonvllle for all points north east and] west. '
'"And as a. matter of fact Instructions gov Lee Parsons Cattle Comp.".. > lu tM .lnMhHll Brer.rrt. lay, (Cltro, U.du:the
by the War. Department to the. eminent boat, is dally causing the ( / OF ni' A'I| bi DOudo."c ID 'ttlO ..w..D 0 KUHllfflM**. :. l. ...... Marlon, Monroe.llraiMr Informa1ig0jngatdiog.the schedules, through .car ar..Dleren.,' rlE'r'a'
death of many cattle on the iange.bordering . COUHTV Or't|LK I IBefore lu .Iii nla .ol Kluillsaud *. Juun. Puinlnr, Vnliml' tOD 'i.; way secured upon application any '
for the b
local authorities providing .dd..W t tcket. alent Z
Mr. tb.* authority' partonal' ILaomc*hall .14 towu.It. folk and r-uluam. In In* Mat ol Florlil \ "
these
immediate removal of the dam on the upon waters.. SW. WIllIam' .nd..lco U. A. Uchlaey and< r -. PARI.FI. AI't... and.keep well. It U a nlentlfle eomponnd (not .
Hicpochee$ c&ual-a summary proceeding Hllburn gave no particulars sS to W. H. lads to tne know to be lbs peraonaawed lSOaCIol.ACIIICTV.rolo. DM.- T. AOKI S. P. OLI.n. JU. Division Pass. Ag't.. Tampa .'Ia.T. s crude. . milton) ecv ., ' .'
bow 1011... 'deaths caused bu In and who subscribed tb f.r. olnanto.M The general natnr ol lh bovlnvMr t be M. \V. G. .b..wl.bu. "
further are | th. tl F.ERON, J. CHAiut 1' A. H. M. EMEMEONA. M.WUmIDrD. -s perfect .t"
410 f tran by h I. .
to .
odrporatlon *
likely discourage '
any of who avkuowdRod Al I'' r.. ,, 5 AI Tilt m .
luoorporatlou : : .
urged prompt action to secure an investigation ," Mllluir of .. otlt"l 1 N. C. Mood huUlh bulldr.The
raisIns
.- encroachments in this direction. the exacuilon th.rrof b*their fr** : : A" .. . I 11 <4VMa.H pora. .
of t d tltu.f trad soul hort, ah* .
looking to an ending and dd for lbs uaea and .r" : r' All C .. 4 wJO .
_ _ purpose. 11 1 .
and other llvatook thousands similar I
the danger to which South Floridcattle 5ISU I I LII 5 tlS.W following.one of of '
.otoe. hand and offlrlal seal, thIs th29Ui other aulnnala' and birds' and Ish sod altklnls All .1 1.1 sndoraemeata of Dr. Barter1* Iron Tonic ton "
A GOVERNOR'S' RESIDENCE.' are subjected.This day.'1"Po.mbr. A. I>. 1WM. ofwara.and' marohaodUe *. timber_ Alt ..___,. .. .. 1 I MAll *.m' 1 w* hare received proof pomlUve thai "I OldIsuable
Information In the 'trolls and other l ) oflainJ / Mallory.Steamship Lines
'
came natur -- .10..1. .
C. C. WILSON lr. A$ ,
Ml doe
Iti
remedy that
The editor of the. Tim a-UDloD andCitizen owufuR. tesel ltu. ooctii I' I "
: a
of a surprise to officials i 10 [..] Notary Public.STATS . .|.* .. Alt ,. H 1 I 1.111711All I
altou. davgjppinaBt svid !
recently kent. number of Tallahassee. Mr. Hllburn Is well ebIU.loa. . .. . I. L4'J7'3 .
out a 1 .
tat thereof AugIeta. May io IW1.'Alter
pruv0t pruducU ; .
All .. .... .. ) MAl .
known as s careful conservative man, Of1 FLORIDA.* ale tha oonRtru< leUers to prominent Floridians, requesting ) POLJI CODMTtf. | . .. ............ 11 ... THROUGH TICKETS H. '
and bis statements are worthy of credence. a.r and ........ To thirty I can .'
them to forward him their He Is law of Congreasman Before tb. nnduralfneU Authority personally .,.:t-.okt: the seW Alt ..._... ....: III I might:that I er In enpoolal I'
a SI
: partner earn Hoberi anithani, and Richard K. Car. .and ofwratlon All . . . 'UW, W New York. & New New London' Ful'l River TonIc,ana would_
of
opinions the question havingan a ,
; JhiudelpbI1. ;
,
upon Robert W. Davis of Palat u there, to m k." lo be .. peraoua'namedIn of nb. craft ih tranaiwr All ,. ... . ; JI\'en. B..I" :
of Iron I
official residence at. Tallahasseefor ka. Qov. Jencingsbas wired Mr and who aubaorlbed lo the forwoioR aitiol tatlun uf freight ..= feuerallytooxuruU I All .... . .. ... ..1.' 11, I 'I'J , all Northern poilile.LOWER very preparation am.ac
To womont sad
of orporatlon. and acknowledged tbe .ce. I Much IncIdent to .. ... .. .. 0 all. quainted weak women
D\b All w.
the Governor 01. the State.Twentyseven Hllburn, advising him to place all the entlon lb. U. be their fr** and d.ed Lb* Vu.liia.of saId undo tb. All ... ..... .. .. ....in'hi. Ij "I I us ItW I thoa* with. _poor dl"
have been facts in" his possession bearing upon for tbe uaee and purpoaeg therein .ealobe.: lass of the Htate of K ion da. All ..: ...". ". 2 I :. .MW. -j\T- and pale, "I blood, I boilers .1' 1oct '
replies pub. the killing of cattle by the hyacinth and officIal .. 'I. l. 11 1. All .. .... .. .... 4 :I, ;I. 'KM.' 72 I acea.. B. WUkanon. _'
lished of which number only three areopposed destroying! fluid before' the United *t,WI'D'a.Od' .'. A.: B.l>. iwu.A. FTRQU80M. The amount of the capital clock of said oorporatlon All ... .,.... ... S I .3 II.l" J

to-the project! ; Many of the States.. War Departmentwhich ha Clerk : hall-b ftftn thouitand dollar Alt .. .'. I- RATES IM.SM IbM aW*>.I.
( .) ? Cifullo.n "iU.fXMr') Dollara. to ba divided, Into one hundredand All . . .. '1 l MlM. .
1.. replies! are very lengthy, the writers charge of the work on die St. John. By J. A. JolipeoS.| D. C. fifty eharei. of the par value of One Hundred A I' . . ... IY D. .\ ,. Every bottle of
D.
'I>oilar' and the vntlre ..m.u"t..1od ... U Mil M n .. '
> -, Rlver,,. Notlo hereby fflvn that on the 2..1 daof e..h. : 1' I U" ler'e Iron Tonte
., & 1 jf1.l.Oie"Y:1DIOUtAf"det.aIl'of: the The Governor hal also wired the a..br."i. 1 A. l>. 1MH /n-a' capital Block uliail bp subscribed and fully A" .. . ......_. .,is 31 . ,hH! (HI' -TnAN VIA- V 'Creaeeto"tradesturko.V .

reasons for forming their. opinion.' War Department, requesting that this of rnor : lbs Slate will o4 be :. appllcatlo any b"0 I lu blo. saId' cal hall tranMu: All: ..-.... :...--.-.- ..2 -f : fn.wMO jnfi'itt ; .- I' I .rnalailtatm-insiU the label.on. Dr.Don't Martera.AUrvy scamps. a .

Our fellow townsman Senator U. A. work be suspended until a full lnv.estigatlon . '0 letters patent thereon.rD.. '-. ,IV. All All'.l. I. ..... .:........ ( 1 MMl 10AH1I I 'ANYOTAER'LINE. eei'I, -. . ,
; Carson,In a brief'and straightforwardmanner of the. complaints' can be W1L.UAM IABIOKS, The. t.rm't4r' which lid corporation. .b.1 .. . .....2 05. J. 91(010151
'. 'I INC .
t' A. ,shall be tyfly ( ) Al 1 "ATI Or
made. There the matter rests. today.Sow \ .1. (0) yuanV. . 110151 01410 4
II I.KWI8,
clearly Indicates hl.- views as' W. All .. .. .. I L Dnu.
ill leave follows .
ROBERT CARITTHKRH, GIO assenger. JuckoDvil.every'Thursday as :- .f Wed .
follows: HICUAUD 4. CARUTIf Kilt. Tb. .bo.ln. of said. oorporatlon ahall be All .. .. .. .. ( .-soil, :. a .

"Editor Times-Union and Citizen: THE TRUTH.We _.nt du.,. Vireprealdeni' following, a Treasure officer, a:Secretary A freald All Al.: .. .::..; .' .:' : : fi.w! :1 \1 the "Sen Inland," 10 :10: a; m. (Met.Limited na ; ------ .

In reply to your request. for my views NOTICE and Hoard of three and itch.. other LII . .. ... .. 1"1
11"0" All .. .... .. S --- --
have .received quite recently offlrorf aa nonemaary Via Plant .
may System
.1& .
1
the .
on following question : .. .. :
drttirmined Alt ..; k : c.u 3 :45 p. 1.
that'I I from time to time the i 'I
'Should Florida have a Governor's la hereby Rlwu $ will apply to lb. or by |pose All. ,. .. ....... ..10 till I .
..y.r.1Ie..r. .b. of
which wide of aOlrH-tora oftlu lb. J'
open up a Florida, f fan for :
01 Oacvola V.I..ld.
Count JuJRo County .
residence!?' I bell to say that it seems order to at prIvate tal. In. followIng and 1 rtMiHurer may be held by =. ; .;.:,::.. .n IUI I Via Seaboard Air Line - -. 7 ::40 p. in. (Fast Mail.) .
field of ( the 01 The number of member of the : <1M
possibility concerning
.
to me that the. circumstances demand descrIbed *. t-o-wlt. : :: . : : :

., that she shoulij) have.. To ask: one of greater migration of visitors or settlers east BeKlnnloti, ol northweat at the northeiut of sectIon Aorner one of south.town- ::: :r.el'': the Ily-l from. awH time of to said *oorora may< : .. ...:: .:. .::. .': : fun 1.10 Going.aboard steamship immediately on arriVal .Brunswick. . "
her distinguished citizens to serve aaGovernor .. hut. be ls..s than three or more .. :1 j 01(100M'4,( _
.bin ,....t.I" south' range .o'.el.I,eaa" .b.1 ... ..... .... ". !
leave his home Incur an 1.0'our State. byapreadlng abroad run weat 1UU chains, 17 eaalou .. .. 00 Baggage Checked Destination.For
atb The : hail .be olreted to serve .ol.1 All .. ..... ... ...25 1112301 Through to -
chains. north 17 to voUlnlof ;* ... . . a .
unusAial expense to maintain the dignity the knowledge of tha dally temperatures .I.IDI. tern cr| by tbe itoekbolder All .: .. .2 a
of,the office without. providing. amidst which we live, and we Id real 17 acre estate, .more belonging or leat.Ha to the MUtaCbarlei of ,,.' to b* held on the second Tuesday. InJstinary I All Alt... ............:... .. ..1. .. ,V '2 ilu.trte matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets;etc., apply to
N -' residence seems to me to be asking Wood, de. and sale lo b madeto ol eanb and the oltleor. hall b.eluet&.i I Alt .... .. .. .. .. ..I . All .
will quote a few lines from two letters debt of for a 7e.r. by the IMrector Im.mod&alily ..... . .. .. . 'o4
more than she has a right to ask of pay : : & alter"b the Director by A. W. PVE.Agt., 2 o\v. 11 st. JACKSONVILLE.
rfald.application I will OB the Mh : : iniiunr.,; :. . :' FLA
y one of her loyal sons. I believe coming from different parts of PeOD7Iv..nt. day of January 1>. :pil Ibm .wkb.'do.' dlreclora ahaJl have :'of of yed. 4 ; .U, 'M -
,
therefore-that a reasonably comfortably .. The first. Aid: December A. i 1W3. power y'Laws for the control.of' saidonrporallon A of b".u.'c.. .. k:1: -",i (4
*l any limo before the date of lb.fln.t I .. wM .
,
>8ON.
A. L. DAVII
residence for her chief executive ''*We are tramping. around here In a Admlnlelntorof ICitate of Charlea Wood a, ( mtniial locatIng, a* d tbelp, at, anytime of unurveyed 2 8 1 Itt all > -,
. should be constructed by the bts e In I di. to am..Dd, alter, Mid All of bD.ur.o.eat of
;. foot. of snow, and more falling. If we .odl" o .IDd river .wAll '
Tallahassee. cannot. enjoy your delightful weatherthe By-tAW. of nuiurveyed, eaatofriver &0 "KISSIMMEE RIVER
The) name of the who are> to conduct
i. "Yours very respectfully, next. best thing Is to read about It ''b.lusln.a. of .. olo... .. UDII IbO . ...N. I. 'UI.O
f. 'C.-A CARSOW."Kissimisee Icctod' .the Art election ROUTE"
( tn The Uasette. .h.1 qb.Ut. ..
Fla." OI.U.| ...: Total t. .,. .,.ad IB ---- _
The writer.. of such sentiments must OrriCERS: A d.'osl1 will: b* rrqalmd bo ,

We thoroughly endorse. \he opinion necessarily be a friend to Florida, WI.IAt((.VPAHMM*. PmlduDt. each l 1.(a< bolder.rt| eo"II.1 with tbe check Caster.before, In"bl.dIDI..1 on.r Steamer Lillie Steamer .

. of Senator' Carson on this matter. and we cannot possess too many distant Ln.U. Bt'sVLocK VHia-Prevldont, Secretary and Treaaurvr.trii.itv 01.enitii* fur.blJ.. tb. *land IDelo.d I ,

The office! of Governor Is .the very and friendly allies. The other DIRKCTOB8; . H. II. SUCK91AN, Captaia Clay Jahaaon, Sr. Captala Clay Johstaon, Jr. I. Fred 'Uzuftth.

:c highest one.- to>.which any floridian letter speaks for itself In cheerful Jolts WILLIAM, M. Las O. *\'.*,* Upeclal UaMer. ? .-. '

may Aspire, and it should Invariably tones and says: -WTAJILKT II. BULLOCK. Regular weekly trips! to Uasstnger and return. Roseada leave lint lay ..bent I '

be held (as it has been In 'the past) "If not inconvenient please give the VI. Notice of Annual. Meeting. I..lmmee Tuasday morning, and arrives KUsimmee Friday evening. warn to regain my MTCajth although .

-. .ee by men of the highest ability and probity &temperature of your city tram time to Tho highest amount of Indebtedneaa. or liability Tbe.annaal ._u.. uf the atoekhnldera SPecial Trips to' Lake Okeechobee and Fort the dodo<*v. Ins s lonts which Ks c.upl.
to which lb. said Or.UO can at Tito United Land Company of Florida' will b Chare Myers o era ei$
t. and ''with the immense strides time. through the columns of your paper I any time subject) IJ.abaU 11 Thotw .held al Motel Klaalaamee at Kladumee. Flori-* Lillie. occommoda'tion for Rates reasonable wy I l.. Mv kau.Wa4 .
I Coirjfortable batter
that convince several
ao and Uollara.Th
can daaIhIo'eock a. m., on Tneeday. passengers. .
;v forward which our State\ Is taking old fogies of the difference In the'-climate i, VI.I of January isos. for the election of thahlthdsy director The .P.cture.qu. Waterway in Florida. : tatbted I I taks W.o w4sl '

both In population and commerce, the and possibly fetch them down I name and ..of _lde .. ol lb..Db.lbIDI sad for 1 other ma,corn. For, ' Rates apply to los weak what. .for
: of the office be- and locate or invest In a month hence." IDDOp..wn and tim> ,_.,0' I I did Uk. hits Bwokla and w very ,
responsibilities
are
I ch are a* follow 1'1D CLAY SR. '
JOHNSON Proprietor ksaNh
"1'ubl I .
(find aH
to *
W. WARD, fratelnl any y ; ..
e : the This letter showtd. th the writer County C .
Itreater'esveh and .O.I..IDb. .
Ilfom1Dc year, Arlaooa, ( ) Yan" Hoerelnrv. On board ."Lillie, Kissimmee, Fla. slowly reluming I was .
4Clis upon his thus) 'at all hours..- fas DOt acquainted 'with this paper,, o&j .John M. Lee, livilm.me*, Florid, eereeity - --- -- sflwdsndlns .1 w.. &
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I fquli* greater accommodation than.can fpr we publish the dally temperatureand four(74)) aharee.Stanley H.BullockrK.iM<..n e, Florida, *. -- .p wy s... I sea wry .

rainfall P I lihre) I sttte in r
IM ordinarily'obtained at a boarding the invariably and we It "
ToIal.ous hundr.ds.idAftyIh0)( ) ahar** '
bouse.-To; ; AU aooht an office it latherefore believe firmly that every newspaper Utbe WinsolCarduireinforweUjiorgsjisef 4\

apparent. that it can only be State. should do the same, big or srATI Cit Float DA,IOacSMua 1OIdSthndard, Ito forth* ordeal of prefr- .
| ., H pwrenU mis-. j
C
<-bel by one with the blgbest commercial small-dally or weekly, no paper being Before me, ths naj4erlgn4 emcee, dnlysnhorlaed .No"o who Wise

or professional attal octants, -ands ( above or below. plantlpg. good by law to lake acknowlodgaBenla .! eiD. fear t. ke*

J' such men 'are"usually In thereoelptof seed for future. harvests. Job deeda.f.penonallvaj LM cod .. .Balloon..'* O.Fanona.> me I Grove's Tasteless Tonichas chil Caul If.. UaraU Lad. take*

: 'sy.greater.. income' than that .Too'much care cannot be, exercised and well who known. t be U.I.dY._.deeorlb.d ". Chi' .he would of Cardul.not have before bees her weakened baby came asshewas.

for"tin"office t.belrP'aDO!! In"getting tbe correct .and',U axnented In* foreaotas .
?4 .. given figures, : stxxxl: the fcgst 25 Her vapid rworery skooldeommrrxl
ally aaaanwlodsod Ua acattoa sales
J lof It can only be on patriotic p llDd. abe aouree of Information/ .. be ..laMBed tke vnrpoaa therein \r years. annual. ; ,this greet remedy to ererwszpeetaat

,. , .aa4 we therefore ;favor. not only &ia "offlolaj", >o 'much the better IK ; .&al. I have Oneand.a"Half.MiJflon" I. Win C, Onrdottecnlales

:ofllol..l..ld..bu' a1iq .an'increase pet.,. also, tbelnoorrlfflUe$ .' J Juggler. of (al) _beroanto.&set.say._ r-entelal v bt ,Does h record u, I) 1.4

1//, ,olD tbe.salary, to enable. him'to, live temperature figure* alt. down 'aDd 1 ; .I" } ., I. A I merit appeal tx you ? SQc. 'I

Incurring considerable pe- .team the tea commandments by heart., :! yAIlAayEWwLbT CNo.Pa. WlNEorCARDU
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., I CALL ON_.- b" I 'To? My Frtettds and. Customers ; 1 1L

I "' "" I have lust purchased the' Sboe and Ladies'' and'<;en .' Furnishing J JOsceola PhaTthiacyl .

bu.iue..rrom Mr. J. N. Csthoun, ,where I'will be pleased to serve

rfLoimN6 ,. you. I propose to keep any and everything in my fine. I have just

: ; 1i placed an order.for Shoes and other goods which I expect in! shortly. _

KATZ 111 Dry r Goods. If you are In need of any Shoes of special kind or sixes not obtainable _MRS. W. PIUEY, MANAGER i .

I.ere, let Ine' know and ,I will gladly order, them for you.I will con: .
: Ihe News Pester aud Line. You can. 2 .
handle Stationery
. -...-- .... .... tinue.'to '
: : .."""" "" Toilet Article
I a I way* find the lateetTnpers Magazines at my store. Trusting ; Patent Medicines .

.. ; you will favor me 'with a portion of 'your patronage' ,. I remain, f ,I
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I; jim Klsslmrose Va lIeu'(Gazette .Next Monday rule d l\\\\:. GOVERNMENT' 'BEGINS. WORK. -- _.- I _.- '" OO O&. '

The City Council will meet on Tuos --- u_.
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: TKLBPHONK day evening. PreperatJone Are Ready for tin n.'WATEIts : I
11., :: E. -
Kls'sltnttiee. River Improvements HotUoils : I .JJJ ,, V.; A. CARSON, ,
Regular meeting of tlIe Scbool
T BUSHED: EVKRY BY'$ FRIDAY' Uoard on Tuesday.Mrs. ( at Once. Millinery If You Need' Anything President- Secretary

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) J, A'.Bandy is vjimItIiigfriemmds We are'not.at liberty, at present, to Chandler's.! I : : ,
VAN$-AaNS.W A HARRIS.OMU . . I .
; TttrBartow .this week, !give all.bo\ dt"tall\t.3 ) which are nocompleted rJE- -
'-1> In. the of Hardware, 'inwnre f
.: QIC.;1 Hogan' putting l/new leone \ in reforc.noo to this, 1m- Fresh fjranlteware WRY Earthenware, 0).1.) -,.. :
H OH DIBKOTO at City
around hi. suburban! farm.K. lontan.work but, ,: enabled Waters &Carson '
: we are U Co.
." $tt'uoDtpp r CHOKM.-Pruchlng. .ch e.... ware.-Crockery, Stoves, etc., Grocery
. __bsIh, 1\ S. and T n.elnrk."' Pr.,.. n..tlni L.: Lesley .hl"ped. small! bunch say that Captain' Judd Sharpe: 'ts now Mrs. ,
-. :.:.ry TI c. y .rnu1 '7 ]>.| m. Sabb ig of beef cattle &ct'i'amp. yesterday. In Klsslmmee, empowered fully to conduct .-on all .
vIiooL P ..*. -- ,
uudty ornIn. CALL. ON -'" RtTAILDKACHRa _
Regular of the Dcfard of! operation(>1' Ihe necessary Improvements r AID 1H '
.uII"iO.FJ.E. spr.'Piator.' meeting' Nice .. -0.. I
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.. ,........talnV"..' 1."d.l1.. _Prl.r.. and Paslor.-I p. .... County Commissioners on Monday. on the Sonthport" and Cypress : Frame. ; at .co AGENTS FOR :
I YonD" "."rl.'. toUnl a..110 th ... Uund.y Work has. actively commenced dim canals A Dredge boat\ will be f JGRQCERIES.WHOI.t8A.tK .:

4 f 4 Iabool'.tI 7 p. ....VkIt4rU m.1 rrp.r SWyU_.ottn w..m..v.ry. Thur4., the' express shod for.the new A. C. L. built under his dh.n;;(: Southport,' and All neatly kinds I W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY . . ., %i

0.. Joilsu tpINOOPA$. CMVIcNAchdo.eonS depot. and work will actively continue until ;; Fertillzors.KS
Or r. RaMnr.- l&r 'rrlca' every Sun.Uy C'1rat i: ,eo_
mnrnlwa ,at 11. Btmaaf Hohool SiW, ,p,... PulKcnliic ( John Tracy and family were la town the Klnslnmxxf' River Route will boentirely : Gutae & .A- .
Mi-TlMhr th. Rrclor third ...tI'oanli' Thurmlay to meet relatives from for : I I" --- S
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of asul m mtll.PaMivvaMAii satisfactory our /growing '
.S,,. CicunoH.IMvIno worabtpnn i Tampa. and Important steamboat industry. 'Ouava ClBCCIJkM AMD Hay Gl iR Crates Etc
; rv Br t ud third I 1 <
aunday > In each
Sunday '
I :: Moraine ranlro I :at II ., E>'aln Mrs. Jeanette'XCbblnson Murphy al. .. W runniselu OK APPLICATION J | ,
Mrvla at 7-00 .. School M the Opera House tonight benefit Bap Ev. t'aMislfl P. B. Martin. L. L..IU.' PROFESSIONAL CADRS.
: p. Huiidaf Mt. Jeanette Roblnaoiii- .
.:.... .. O. K...,., ... U .:" p. _. .fnrt tist church. Murphy.Mrs. : rru.L; l ''Of.I _, ..' __ 1iw .,
writes. '
Wayerly, Texas, r 1t r
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.Tkandwr Kv Jeanette
r nlng at 7:00: p. -m. Robinson Murphy of
sild-M
,' ,4\' .'7 body Is BoMvordullf. Invttod 10 e.tI.n4. tb.ai: Mr. and M.... Tully Carr came up New York. will appear at the Opera Ing morning, when first rising I often find A. VANS AGNEW ; HIDES FURS WOOL .

,,4- . rvlooi. r. UaVID.uIl.Illpt.OfI.p.._ here. !role .. of which produces a cough, and ls very ,
renderer
a "Negro Slave -I I ATTORMXY AT. LAW... ...
--- and- Plantation Folk Lore." .. hard to dislodge. ; but. a small quantity I 1- '*
'Mr..Dob \V truck grower; of Ilalnci Songs : pedo. of Uallard's UorehouodSyrup: -1 I AND NOTARY PUBLIC, .. Country Produce n Specialty. J
Official Weatlier'Keport.Avsaiea Mrs.. Murphy ha. a wldo! reputation Bookstore., ,
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City who formerly resided hero wasin it, sod the FLASIMPSON' -
KIbSIMMEE.
will
: as-an entertainer. and all--who do not at once dislodge .. -. .
TarB.u-Wau' 111..111. ,
town yesterday.Joe . trouble Is '1 know of no medicine -
over.
ICK In "
.. attend will no doubt miss : -
. a rare treat. -
Tmia J
iv Kvssine. I. 1MB. '
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Tuck who has been living with The entertainment will be !given under ) cent.. a that Is equal to It, and it la ao. JR. J; W. yjmt .a.a. AA, "A., ijftj'rfl"-fci-l'Jl flf *

,. II.... 2n. :\ his son -Wayxsroas.,. Ga., has returned the auspices of the Baptist church. . pleasant to take.I can most. cordially needing -4 .J ". C. STANFORD > "is. *
recommend if to
I all persons
to Klaalm_. Reserved scats sale at Osceola SHOEs HOES
on
: DEN fIST. |) Originator of Low Prlmn < X''
-----" Job a medicine for throat or lung j ,
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...:.....,............. .1 211 Welford Addis Is In.' town from Pharmacy .. ... this troubles.', Price 2fic. dOe, .1 1 bottle Office over Ooi ola .. Is Klxlminoo ria. J -5
.. .... ...... /00 Washington D..C., his mother \ PharlD.er'OrnclII .. .
.000a. ao ; to4vlalt at Oscoola. &armaey. UOCBS: 9:00: a. m.; jy. .
New Year's -J
...d., .. ....... .40 and Greeting.To i'
." spend the holidays. Now stock .v. I
1II.y ..., ..... .411 friends and 1:30: to fiun p. m.SATISFACTION. ". ..... ,
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my patrons '
...... .... ft Bratt.on If YQ Haffertrom Kidney Trunblea.
.K7 (III J. M. Wll .on. Jr.' has sold a lotto I take this method at. the I beginningof : 'OUARANTE".Q.'TelepboQV .
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-':___ Tza4nv W.4..d.p....... M 81. , R. 1>. 'Ouice adjoining-} own, this-the new-.y.an-of' extending For Fine Use Smith's Sure Kidney: Cure. Nothing ?No. 76 Jun &, Ijrr. .L iH.i- .
belonging Miss Logan. my sincere and hearty !.ba k.- W'lbe like It for diseased kidneys. 6 to
J. A. HIlirMlM. r. M. The of Needham ( orders ( cents at Osoeola Pharmacy. 1 .lle :
case Roland vs. !good people of Osoeola county for the see, Kla. } M..J.Ulcke .W. av i
MAli deaTh do what hey nan Inr th. ....." Jonathan Strickland ended in a mistrial generous and liberal patronage accorded HICKS A HOLLOWAY. .
.-OllI ......."..IJ. the Jury failing to sgrpe.M'r. me during the past year. I Stanford Stop''* the Cough! and : L H" t'.18HOES
< Physicians Surgeons
wish to assure'you that trade .
and Mrs. W. 8. Tuttle are ofl your of Ladles and work off the Cold.Laxative.Bromo . .,
has been appreciated and the new "
Osoeola
as Offloe ,
: Friday, Japuary: Iqo3.' this having week chartered on a trip the down the 4o4l River. year goes by it will stimulate me to Millinery Mmld in, Quinine' No Cure Tablets No Pay.cure Calls over day Pharmacy.or nlgdw I
steamer
one day. .n.wt

We regret to hear "thrdeath. of put Hoping forth greater you have efforts bad to please.a merry at You this can orDce Price 2S cents. Hicks, RUIIC. 4. Uolloway PHONES: No. l'[, . 1 J.1I \

: LOCAL; NEWS. L. D. Browne, a well known Orlando Chrl lma. and wishing you a happy. style, at Simple Colds. Phone. No. S. ..
which occurred. and New ;
lawyer other dat. prosperous Year I 1 -
Ho well Bass baa moved f from Whittier I am yours to please, Civil Cease 1.0 be simple If at all prolonged. D A HOIIAI! D..I. : E- .
"Jr. ; Nineteen hundred and three'! H. C. STANFORD.MettbewaiOverly. The safest way Is to' put a.&YLa.o", ] iS" '
to Klaslmmee.. purchased J. J. .. The U. S. thorn aside at. the very beginning. Will visit K'MlmmM sr.ry .Ia! or."hlwek..
Mrs. Jeanette Robinson Murphy to Padgett's house and lot in North Kls' sion report. Uallard's Horehound Syrup stops a i" t
night. slmmee. June 30, cold and removes' the cause of ;. "Married at the home of the bride's ..,,,, 1- : 1
sons 2So. Mto.aud. tl bottle atOaceola Phar 1'L .
$; -&-Vr IIowM, nt la-W.u,1.D-Wg Bishop Wm. C. Gray will oonduct3OfV1eiermoiranduioIyVommunion parent r./r./ and Mrs. H. A. M sinew Tills was. .. ,? : J 1
macy.: -
a few days this ..eek. *, on Monday afternoon at live fore fc F. C. T.O
John. .
1 at St. church Sunday morning ANptaPI" a.4 5sre t
on _
_
a Henry Willis came "Ui> from- Hraldentown Jab. 4lh. o'clock MI. Ida Vyola Mathens to one wishing Laxative Chocolates! nuref Chronic ". AMWSSSD. '. . LOUJflETG
Co spend the holldsys with Mr. Uuy.W. Overly, llov. Mr. Mitchell !" positions, ; {LS:OD CHn aud. Liver troubles.Ftmant .C.LU d. .
!;.", friends.Mr Henry W. Bronson and family who l of Itarvuw. officiating. for Ibe Civil 1.0aIt:... Purly Vegetable: ... ..._ 'Ph._ s S O.Psss 4 t r Ht - STANPORD y 1 ..... b'onv
j.,, ":" left last April for Utah will return The marriage was a quiet home affair .- the- Guaranteed by (>.ceo .l'b..rmacy. 1 KI gl\l>IK rlTR. *.- 1I - fco" poriin.iofot Lw'IC_. j SHOES fmmmriwtmnumimmtmmmmmmnmmmmmmi
; .a. ..and Mr. L. P. Hughe visited here about the middle of this month ouhr a few Intimate. frlendfe. of loge, Wa .y. _,
1. wt' their son Olin and family at Bralden- to.stay permanently. the family' being present. mission will Sailboat. to T.ct--Apply at Valley A. B. STEVENS. v..y . .
"' .town this week. The couple left the .
happy young on cure young Garotte office. '

r:; '..eauie Mrs.op* /from. C. St.-Harper Petersburg! and !children to attend mce home Mr.were K..L.from in Leslie town a trip and Sunday down wife of returning the Klsslm-East. evening thee will train make for their Gainesville fnture home., whorl Jaek places llealtbiKldn"VII'Y"alll: long) Life.If ..DzNTisT.- ..... ', ' " "! " " '" ? ' & . '

.. I The bride's many friends here, will Many Gas Administered. .
the Mathews-Overy| woddlDJr.JoI.
t Coast.-Tl\usville Star.: want to restore kJdneVso NOI TH KiaaiMME PHONB N. B3
your
.
join with' the V A..FY OAZETTK: l In ) you to .. and
18.30 A. N. 12 .
JoI..... W. n. Illgdon left on Mouday Rev. Father Eugene of Wilmington ] wishing' them a long life of napplness ical their former healthy stain. \ take Office Hours. : J 3 .. E. '
1.3010 .30
L for Bartow to spend few days before Del., Is spending awhile at Mr. A.Trou' and prosperity.The' of them are, Smith Sure Kidney Cure-'CO cente ..tOaceola $ E C. W. :
_ _ ORLANDO. FLORIDA GRIFFJN
.
Nr returning. U> her home at Gaines *. Ho will winter .Ia Florida -- a ... : ;;: Pharmacy.- 1 -
I ville. for the beitollt of his health.J. i New Cattle Company. in now the I -!=: 3i
,
r The V ALLEY GAZETTE heartily ; J. Padgett has 'purch..ed"Lbe Tb4s new company In !located on the!> Liniment' on ..,irtla.I J.M. WiLLSON, JR., S
thanks Captain Gault. of St. James Morgan ,property" North Klsslmm I south bud of Luke Klsslmmue. "and' A I Henry I>. Baldwin, SupU city
& 4.; I Oily for-a tub of most excellent salted from Achl a\ I lass, which has boon (>c' i their land consists. of about 2ittmoO) To my w ater Works Shullsbui-C: ), WI.. S NOTARY .PUILC.l .. ) i Taiicy[ f Family Groceries,1]
r ,mulloU cupiod by, Jernlgan family.Dr. : acres. Half of this U now fenced and \log\ ; I writes: "I have tried many kinds ofInlinenl -l STATK AT LAROC. )S-
the rent will be completed.( shortly. An the bur have never received Real Estate Agent.
Mrs. J. C. Anderson and ion Earl Howard A. Kelly of D.ILlmore.1 The corporators. are William. C. Parsons Its bright .. much l/encflt until I used Ballard'sSnow FLORIDA.J -

Orlando, have been spending, ., the. delivered' a short, but interesting lecture U. A. LI?h" e.', W. II. Lewis ppo|>*ritv. ; Llnlip'ent\! for rheumatism and IlSIMMIE. I* TV V TIB! \.* ? '
holidays with Mr. and 1011: A. K.Uearden. on "Bible Study" at the Baptist. Robert and Richard I K. C'aruthers. of extending pains. I think U the'best'iinimenton W. HARWELL :1:1sEi: esssLsVsBslss sCsmsl K sW TS'_ ?

.', . church on Tuesday evening, These men are among the Ide-aw'ik for the earth." lILo and II bottle at Osooola . : 3 ,

. Misses Maggie and Florrle Bryan '. dr. 1. Tress, of fleaverFall., Pa:,': and -proitrexslve., stock. owners wbo In the .past. Pharmacy., : . JusTicE or TUB PKACE AIP E '
,., came home from We.ley..n Female caine down to spend the holidays with are.pushing South: Florida Into line you are now .NOTARY PUBLIC STATK LARGE. Delivery every day, at any hourj- patronage solicited. .
College to spend the holidays with hi. brother. A.; Tress, and to enjoy-a as an up-to-dan. stock raising center. I hope to Yon Know What Yen Are T.klug AT ;

their pareut.a.nenrt'Halobew''bO''t.noW''a. few week. of our balmy clime.' The days of free range In this part of .patronage When you take Grove's ,Tasteless MARRIAGEs A S..CtALT. 11tll<l1111tli111t11tl1t1(11t111111111111111111! (
,, the State are o'er.Ve have seen \VUhing Office Stewart A.eDue.KISIMMEE. 1111&l11111
,
on
valued Chili Tonic because the f formula isplafdly
Mr. and Mrs.. W. B. "Johnston
this for time and though ;
some past FLA. .
.
box bottle showng ,
of the printedon
; employ Tampa cigar and baby ame: up from Tampa to ; lending and pastures will effect a few every I .
factory came up on Sunday\ attend spend the holiday. with their parents, cattle. owners the country. at. large that it Is simply Iron and Quinine .y .v H F.ururIur.r

b t- hi. sister's marriage. Judge and Mrs. w. R. Johnston. will receive permanent benefit. The All . l IIOc in a tasteless fornn.. ...'--No.-- Curs. No Pay. w N. D. SMITH: F. C. LEE., J. W. .EST>B. -.- .

The Waters Ac Carson Grocery ConV D. J. Wagner left for his )horns In line of ranches beginning' '\II'I.b.be please call .

pany furnished 140 dinner tickets to LaFayette Ind.- last Saturday, leaving .. Southport ranche and extending In ness and Sound Kld l-r..Ilet.. Health RHEUMATISM The Tampa Monumental! Works .
.. I their employee and the poor at !the hi. wife and two-children to spend order to the Unlt3d Land Company'rranche couDt'fro1l! The use of Smith's Sure Kidney i ,

Luke Bouse.on Christmas day."., the winter with, her fam.herI1. a. Todd. ,. with Cattle the Company Llghtsey/ and, Lewis Judge AL'aruthers not !there. P'I, Cur will produce both. Try a ..bot T MANUFAOTUJi5SO / ,

F Send four Oenta" la ..t..mpi0\ S. P. General John B. Gordon willlee- Holcomb[ in between, occupies a )Jarge -,.,, tIe and be convinced. Your:druggist< aURED.AT'LST ..' _
sells It Osoeola
Collier; Jr. Division Passenger tore at the Opera House ron Friday part of the waterway on each side As- '. at Pharmacy.1 Marble Granite:,Monuments,
Agent Atlantic 'Coast Line) Tampa.Kla. . night Jan. 1II.h. under tbe auspices of and In all probability the remainderof my Good -
3 or 4 days TO CL'BR A' COLD 11 ONK DAY .
4 .. for a very attractive wall calendar the Florida'Lyceum Circuit.. No one the waterway Will be taken up In- foAl
%, for 1903. should-ftOss It. fore very long. Messrs. Llghtsey. ..ndLe..I. In the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabeta. Suffer I- Headstones and Tab1ets.I .-
the will do well . All druggists. refund the money Wih
I a Harry C. Sloan came up from Bral- whole.saje are among most enterprising week or so if It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Free '
'.0,(: doutown and spent a few days in Lowe Jack Hancock reports a large cattle owners, of South Florida : on each box. 2So. ,. Harrison Street, Tampa, Florida.
c. order from It. C. 8tew.rof '
) the In the
and leading
) are way newdeelopment.which
( dUl'lnlfto.. hollda,.. Harry has ma To all wbo with
Tampa. fyr 'gator and snakeskln curiosities. can end In lull'e Reum.tl
only a
Jt:; 'friends here and he U 'always a I will gladly
,". -.T, visitor. He considers this a very combination formed by .the cattle. and If Unwell of. bow t.h ilh ejiwa lr l>*..1.. a *p.cl.lty.Bstl .
welcome good opening of the winter season.. land owner. for mutual benefit and Try a flOe bottle of Herblne, notice story my was our
Attention I. called to the announcement pro\[ <<)Uon. In the interest. of South: the Improvement speedily effected in after years of suffering, ats ra .IMIe. Markl =
of C. W. I fo elsewhere In this Everybody In Klsslmmee should .Florida and of the State. at large we your ..Appetite, Energy,.Strength and the most elabort treatise. .Rheumatism .1..1.1'6.
hpar General Gordon's 'lecture the Lm -- -- ___ ..5.A...A5 '
Issue. Mr. Da yroposes to carry a are glad to see Osceola county taking Vigor. Watch how It brightens the publihe. .
r first-clans. stoj-VX everything in his Opera House next Friday night. Gen. the lead in the new movement. spirits, gives freedom from Indigestion No.maL your form, of Rheu
line and .olUCf a portion of your Gordon has a national reputation asa and Debility i I. whether acute chronic, .

J -. tre.de. appeals lecturer to every and hi.southerner.subject. Is one that 0 The Ariel' Quartette. 10th Iiaao 1000 Story: "1 was Ava,in Mo.bad,writes.be. !.b.Sept.I .clatlo mUlular. Infl.mmary., ., defonnant lumbago, gmmmmnnnnnnmmnimmmmmmmnimmmmJ.' ' " ' ' " " ' ' .

: _, Frank Tatman wa. In to'vn' Wednesday Last Monday night. at the Auditorium lad stomach trouble for 12 months > matter how many doctors
trotting some work dons for his J. M. Wlllson Jr., J. E. Moaeley' Klsulmmee was presentedwith also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. ; have t.le in your case-no ma E W. THOMPSON. '
. new shallow draught steamboat, which and Dr. Howard A. Kelly of Baltimore a bountiful feast. of.iileanure,'far Herblne Mory bow m"l ".ure ou... you 3
.- will be running In about\ \ten days.IIttrjg returned this week from a few exceeding all probable expectations a :i= : : ,; prescribed weeks. I cannot recommend; It cured me It In two too .. tried-I want you to write tome I UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER | '
I. strictly first- hunt in the Sandhills. They and. stimu and let tell
I' 'Tie engine days report 1.0 a degree most delightful A' highly: ; It will do allyouclaimfor It." toe you how my mother ,
01.. plenty of small game and fish lating. The entire audience was Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.ip was cured.I .TOLL LJNI OF- .
: kID.oa baa the and a good time. brimming over with. sympathy, appreciation &neither a nor a Professor 3 ,
W. B. M purchased Dr o :c com s.
Jordan Bro..' celery farm adjoining Jack Hancock '..t.'week. piloted Mr.. and content and even the ( $ -simply a of businessbut aES .: :
'. ; ,. his place In North Klsalmraee. It W. S. Tuttle. of New York and Mr. small boy hushed his feet and burst .. I have a CURB for Rw.tl.m. Ladles and dents' Burial Robes. ,
'
the and I intel . .
forth Into pedal applause at right want )
n aboutthirty of who YOU SEND CHILD
comprises about fifty acre. H. L Talbot Philadelphia YOUR wh
FURNITURE ANDSTANDARD
LINK
KICK
=
, lime. I Senator C. A. Carson introduced with I wish
for
: "c. of which are In velvet beans are staying at Hotel l Klsslmmee on avery Rumatllm.1.bu.
SEWING
.) faLLapIng sIQckL! :__ "."O successful duck hunt.. The. partyecurwtslyb4rd.1e.lI. the manner ladles in.and a warm every and word enthusiastic he to til with a prescription, you ca 1.0, be.clearly wbo uoce..t. and with tiu.tthat this OBDtRM BT MAIL OR TELEGRAPH MACINE ..:

Mr., J. H. Bell, of A. .burD. Ga., ; said about them was true to the utter rest: Msured It will receive the same terrible disease however lol "r O1VBN:. MIOMPT ATTJtMTION. .

came down to spend the holidays with A most wO'rt.hy petition to be presented ; most. The programme was varied careful attention that It'would if beyond thereacirofourewilFwrit.to FUHH1TVBK.DOBS REPAIRING. AMD, .PACKIHa_,__ . 3
his parents Itev. and Mrs. T. J. Bell. to the Board of County Commissloners .tasteful and excellently rendered not < me this day and I will send you by . j. -
n Mr. Bell was one of the. earliest 'settlers for the purpose of appointing only technically, but also in a spirit ron came yoonelf. We do not be- return m.1tol.. work of mine. I appeal = LOUT FOR TEl IOBQ(AND W. CLARK IRON CO'S MONUII&NT.. nsAI8Tonzs =
of Klssimmee having moved Time Bass to the position of cattle full' of vim and enjoyment. Miss Ma- lien'in vabatitntlon. We-believe to the "chronically
..' .1,, here twenty Tears ago with his.parents. Inspector Is being circulated for belle Monaghan's! sweet voice will ;! ill" who are wearied and discouraged
He afterwards returned to Georgia. signature at. the present time.. long echo and re-echo In our memories in only the best purest and most -"doctoring" and to those who 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

thrilling us Inwardly during the have been cast. aside as "Incurable..
.
v'Bo.b Lakeland and lake Butler The teachers-from here wbo attendedthe reliable drags that it is possible to
. f l Teachers' Association at rears to come her "Last Rove of 19O3. All you have thought about. Rheumatism
State
have been recently: visited by devastating summer" wonderfully' remind buy. Our stock is in with :M,
: 'n sections Or land this/ week. 'heard. Mrs. Jeanette being : keeping may be wrong. Lei m tell you t.
business ,
In their
f Ir7; fires and ful of Madanle Albanl in her prime.As belief. our experience. Surely, U you .havs
Robinson Murphy are enthusiastic our
;( and the superstitious among u. mu.tbe
!
>1' a violinist, Miss Jeane Marple have a suffering
-' 43tr. reminded that there Is a good deal tertainment.In their She will praises appeaf of her at. .en the ,bow, great skill and command of I Hheum.L.m\, \ you to i MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
I and In..et\a
about Klsslmmee we
.4 of Lake
( House tonight. her Instrument, the effect being one of I : POROUS my offeranyway. and .
,. should take warning.: Opera extreme accuracy to the ear of the REX self these claims I make.

.c Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Oliver arrived MUses Carr and Williams of Fort listener. Miss Sampson did not singas GO PLASTERSKing Send 'm your address today-a
.V from Savannah last week to spend Ogden who have been visiting,. Miss. often' .. we would have desired\ or V All Plasters postal card will do-and I will mail I Saw and Mills
. .... +d :' Christmas with their mother 'Mr. J. Emma Morgan for several week.. returned as often, as her fine voice richly mer. you this wonderful story. If you 'Planing
home Tuesday. Mrs. Polly its. Miss ..
on Mackenzleoapt.1v.tede..ery'bDe
0'.t'' S, OliverDon"is an old Klssimmee In b. any friends .ull'erlDI with Rheu
nil mark in Gilbert and Miss Emma Morgan accompanied at once by her winning and no. -
;ItI.: it._' the boy.h.1s1aitmaking world" and the whole town Is them, and will spend sometime humorous voice and manner.She Is will give immediate relief. They mat.m.lad their address, and I It Now in operation. Complete House Bills Furnlahe.
; relatives in Fort Ogdon. whole herself her are carefully, medicated in Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber ..
proud to welcome him and his bonny visiting" a quartet" through a manner them a copy. My address Is VICTOR al .

; j bride within, its Kates.Wtniam Annual term 'and quarterly passesof varied and delightful attainments.. ,, which permit the pores of the RAIN BOLT, Bloomfield, Ind. 6O-ly O 'II.I Q''X.Jp -
which from Ben Bur to Bill "First .
i: H. Prier, a former resident the A. C. L., former Plant System Smith with range'equal felicity. Her "emo kin to immediately. absorb the :: : .-
and who .used top the Port Tampa and St. Petersburg, proper medication. For cough Co.
of Kisslmmee Live plastlques" (as the prolli-.mlDe MAYNARD LUMBER
,-, .own the- MoCool resident place of aorpss Missouri the Line Myers and Steamboat: Punta' Line Gorda--Of 1002 and Issue Fort says), were fine Illustrations of the of f the ad colds: ; for aches and pains.J Georgia Eonthern & Florida I .
.t Lake'but now a the .
without
of
portrayal expressions
limitation Dec 31, will u. LPAKE!, Druggist
by on
,. .t ,' ,V), Cityl; Texas was visiting Jils brother expiring honored for until aid of language and Included the Tr.SUWAHU : ii't .
_ _ p- Re".o. J. hi.i. the first of the week be transportation richest. humor and great pathos. The .y
psJms with hit old Jan. 15, 1903 Inclusive. I
many "
_ _ sad crossing Lyceum Course must be complimented ItOUTK..
. i acquaintance* and friends bore. I i We have received the following announcement In the highest manner for bi'tngingbeforeu. c3 # SCHEDULES IN irTECT.Iya.JANUARY IKS.tT .
: ..The'Atlantic. Coaai Line has followed -I which explains' Itself.. : "On such splendid! and attractivetalent. / .

. suit with the l Seaboard Air Line and after January 1, 1803, M..&r.. N. . ._ _ _ _ _ Dlxlo r r. -Qulok 54.. ;
Florida East Coast. Railway] P. Bryan and_W. J. Bryan, will be rill. sIseier. .. ea*v ry box ol lbs f.umimLaxativeBroflKhQuinine "l.tk. ..., s 00 s 06 aAt .
_ and the
Fort KI..I.... ..gll.. < ITY BAKERY
i rates on all of' associated together In the practice of *akM* T.vJarkwuvIiie ',C.m 74&a.
and now passenger .
.
p these systems are 3 cents" a mile. This ; law under the. firm name of Brian A Judge Holcomb arrived in town ... mM4_ Uat munm a eM SB este toy ValdooU.ArTlfton.... . ii 1140.in 12Gp.i It ma..
.is beginning the New Year properly' Bryan with offices a' flll-014 Dyal-. Wednesday night 'from Arcadia to BY ArOordol, I. lsap. .
and no doubt, they will be rewarded I Upchurch building,3clc.ouvillsFla.: purchase supplies and lumber for hi* '& ArMaooao.. .. : u. ". "I.Ar .
,
by Ike Increased travel besides being rThe cold snap and slight; frost last Port .Klsslmmee stock ..aDOh..t.o be : Att.. .CA..... .I .em 7 *1.akh.i
APPLY AT .
,\ looked upon with more friendly.eyes. Saturday.and Sunday nights did harm shipped by steamer. He also brought Insurance. K.C. 4 IT. L.Af ., \ 'I .
with him six bead of graded Hereford ArChsitaaoa teea.. i
tCp0
to the tenderest of vegetables and ..... : '
only 2Psincy
Tree and'literary exerelsee 640am -
., The Christmas last.. here.' Tomatoes are killed and cattle" which also will be hipped bybarge. 1..1.a.a. =. A ,. :
of Center: 'Park: sohool plants . He has sold a third InterestIn ArBlLoula. .. ... Cumin. .
' banana leaves blackened,etc.' Orange And Eeal Estate. 7 i4pm ..1 l
evening ,were highly en'toyed The mo. _
.Wednesday she l leaves his 00.000 acre ranch to Mr. Spenser 'ArCblttCOLI, .. 1 Dam Cram Ful
trees are unhurt, not even ..
It isslued r
tor all who were present. Westerner with whom he has world *M. a. a.- '
a
-t g
and grapefruit left on the Ar' 'f inam Cheqso Line
on good authority that so large wilting been associated in businessfor pepsin and Pbosnlx: of London. .I..m. .. .. 1:inp. "
.-. .a crowd baa never ,before assembled trees were untouched. In fllClo.be te.... M,. Spencer is going there many to than .. German American. ArCI.t. '30 a. in p. 1-Poutid AJkdIIcoIffiBr 'of
*f the Center Park, school building. low temperature Is a benefit.-jual now, build houses and to fence. Judge ple In the Home of New York. At Chlowo.......... ... _
Tbe Christmas Tree .exercises were driving down, the sap where it "be Eloloomb has arranged to purchase with those Insurance-, of North America. solid tnlu from ."'_f. I .__, i Crrickernse.
? ,
be. TnlM from Pa'uka \DIS
1 ',,L supplemented by a short program of longs. to _, another pasture of e 000 acres, which effect-& Phoenix of Brooklyn. ,I inluxoln.Perth J kwovllliT .wk -.C
.
/ 4UforaesraeIta| tlon* and songs The-sobedule on the Sugar'Belt has wlir also .befence4.;; His landing Headache. Royal Exchange. .; Local oloMora *r lists lot If .JPa3s&t5vThscrrY AKCRYv "- .
.. Orient. . ',:, ,,' I eoa. miatnhi* !. IItl'je ..._. -
W... 0. Parsons of ,Arltona: andOsoeola been changed: again, two daily trains place will be the Elijah Godwin landings pitation **(* ."J Pull.5 fm. v' f p5 -
Jiskee.
_ ) oounty'Fiorid&, lsf for New being placed thereupon as Is only The Judge i*, very enthusiastic.;] St. Paul Fire and Marine. Illo to SU.t. '.to abe,. TOMO wl .
Mr. Parsons i ilargely Is correct and proper. The change goes and report the land' market as boom. Pains' Citizen of MissouriGeorgia / ? ,. o of l *. riioc tteo Pi.ii. I / T- '
York 1 intereslid la tbe r.- Parsons into effect on Monday nect. The com- low Skin, > Home.- ;;, >>tT; :< oo. mm :I.CkkMC* -
__ ___ _, .. '7 NICE LINE1CANDIES.1-ES1I. rtuns1y1A.
and the Llghtsey fort of Its passengers being the desideratum i.g.Nol. .. \ New York Life., 4'I = ; ,
.-- Cattle Company: of-every self-respecting railroad \\ le living la the.country around up of Food : '-' 4'JMWILI8ON. ,f.- ,.... XJaU' I '
'
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.- .' e"Coaapan7. % aDd snUmsiasfaover and this calling for a sleeper le are missing % great deal by-nofar eioT" Oo to j ? ,". I .. MA i" nt Q .eX &
. jptsteistfsisiujir
and a dining ear oa the. old schedule ending our Lyceum entertainments bottle 01 ) .
for most prodtable.aaLtI '
4 .' &the prospects Wtbe Klsiliomee River the company'1' b... compromised, no Few come, and: they,are, worth a long _t. .' Two : <' \ .. ,_;, : .h = = --- -l,

v' Valley, raising and Soutto riorid.; doubtf by!a whole aew .....- *i - TrJ IS. KIIMMe;" P1-A.. < _-----'I .. ,
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Klsslmmee. Valleu Gazette I Next Monday U rule'day. OOVKHNMENT' BEUIRH! 'WORK.Vrepvratlons ', - ,

:- -_ _( The City Council will meet on Ties- I --'-- '

TKLKPHONK NO.;u.-- day evening. Are Ready for B. '
E. VATERS
1 Klasltnmee River.Improve __ ;_ .iit. CARSON,
JU-irular meeting; of', the tichopl:: ; ?\

BUSHED EVERY. .KKIDAY. l1I>-.a-d on,Tuesd ay. tMr meets at Decs. If .You Need. Any thing;' -c' .. .President.. ,, .Secretary

;'. VAN$-..AttNJWOMUfToH BY a HANPIIS' .j.J., A. Bandy t is vliltlug-frfonds .We are*hot at liberty: at present., ,, --r- .
: at Uartow this. week. all -the details which '
give are
In the.wny of Hardware, Tinware, -
I ; '. ''Cl'1': Hog an I t. putting a, new fouoe completed In reference to this "/
0 DIHKOTOBY.VcmoDiar Graniteware, Earthenware, Gli..*.-
8..1 around his suburban farm. portant. "work but we, ore,. )neblod Carson'Grocery Co. !
i: CWOCH.-.PrsIehhi: , ..1. wart, Crockeryware: Stoves, etc.: ,
oanh I
---= lib' II a.... and 7 ....101<. prarar* .._I... )-L. Lesley; shipped a swai bunch say that Captain Judd--Sliarpe-4 Waters& : ,
...frThiir,ilar .vsmot at t p. .,. Sabbath. of' beef cattle to Tampa yesterday..Regular . In KIssimlneecmpowcredfully_ to . '
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1.1 ,Solioot. tlU$ guadar, nornlnir. . ; : Brcr; 'duct operation fcr Hie, - -CALL ON-.. ALE AID REAIL DKALIRg 1"I
'of the of .
F, !E.!: Smrr,'Jpaalor. meeting necessary \ ,
, : BarviBT' .,,--0.; J. :Prior.I FaaUuv. County Commtiatoner on Monday' o'n Jtho South and : :
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provements port <
&:. fraMklns. ;ovarf Sundae. a. a. and 1 p. .... .
Vonna ....rl.'. maotlnl *.*0-t>. m. stinoar Work has actively' commenced on press canaht.. A dredge boat will I ; : GROCERIES. .

ir day School 1 p.t.at....Visitor m. .'.Praror..h.cr.U"-A.It".a....Un.ovary Thurs* the:! express shed for the new, A... C. L. built under his direction' at South. !) I'1 W* B.: MAKI SON COMPANY'. .
Y -H*. JOHK'S Eriaoorai. depot. .'
'"' and work will .actively continue Celebrated vFcrtlllzws.!
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Orar. Mc.w.-L& aarrloa
:(. ..om I..as 11. BuaHar r Hohool Iflo ovary:! p. .n.Bunrtar runSvanlnf John Tracy and family were'1 hr townThursday the KUsImiueo, River Uoute will .( "
.....1... hjr iha aoolor third and fourth .'. dIJtJ LJSLiflLJ1tiJI5sI o. '
to meet relatives from : I I ,
. ., ....,.. ......,... enUrely.a\I.'act.ory. for our ..r .,
PatmrraaiAN. CMUCH.-rrtvtna worahlponr Tampa. . and Important. steamboat )industry: ; CI1CCLARS AND PRICES IUJ.Hay .Q Grain O Etc. '

:::::r Srat. MhI1 Bandar.aud.tIt 1 third, 04)1 8nodar a. ':In. -:*aoh'eorvloaa. Mrs. Jeanette Robinson Murphy, at . Ma..tID. r $ > OX ,, ** ',

..- I .."'.... a& 7::00 0. qudsy' Icbool tt the Opera House tonight,. benefit Bap- I"r,1..eoU.: Robinson' M Ev Carlisle P. II. L. L. th PRQFESSIONALCADRS. '

.1: S. a.Thsad C. gaItag ::..::I!, al Ti:I: .::.....k WilL church. 1, M..... Jeanette Robinson Murphy,. \ Waverly. Texas, WI'IIe.or 'j I _.___nP.---.,tt-,-.w.w---W'---- '

...,_,Ie ausof4I4UT" ...1... 10..i.n.., Mr. and Mra./Tulli/ Carr came up New York. will appear ... the morning, when first rising; often fluda .VANS AGNEW fflDES'F'URSWOOL1; \
) T. o. KiikBT raator.i from Fort Christmaswith troublesomf-colleotlon of phlegm I PA. ( i
House .
Ogdoa to spend on Friday night In her
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i Am 11. SB"**,of I. which producecough, and I. very
.. relative here role a* a readere'r of "Negro I ATTORNXY AT LAW. .. IJ I- jJ
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hard to dislodge; but a small quantily !J
-- Mr. Doby, a truck. grower bf flamesCity Songs and Plantation' 'Folk' ; of Dallard's Ilorehound Syrup -1 J AND NOTARY PUIL.C, I IKIbSIMMEE Country Produce a Spe
: f ii Off leUI Weather Report.Av . ( who resided here, Mrs. Murphy has a wlJo" .\ '. .
formerly was will at once dislodge It., and the FLA ,
entertainer and all who do
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Ts niTuas-WsTHUMB IsnIp In town yesterday of ,
? ** .....".. Jan. I. wa.frM attend will no doubt miss a rare t.re.'he I ) ,. trouble U over. I know no medicine -- .
_( Joe Tuck who has been living" with entertainment. be given I that is.equal to it, and It U *o Dlt. J. W. SIMPSON ., .. .. A. \

I o, ... 11... MID.$ Bain.lall.. his son In VVaycross, Ga.:% ha returned the auspices of the Baptist chure.Reserved pleasant to take. -I can most cordially .. 'H- 0. STANFORD f.i

FJ ..- JjO, Klislmnoee:... scats on sale at O'-. I lOll recommend a medicine tt to for all tttroator persons need'lung DENTIST. 1 SHOES f Originator\ of Lo"Frtflen.O. OLJrMTO PIJ t O .

$t \ Welford Addla' Is la town from lliarmacy.- trouble', Price 26c, floe, II bottleat ., om.< over Oeo. ola Pharmncr. la Klwlmraepj, Fla' :.
:.t :::: ::::: Ml. --1 Washington,D. C., toTUlfhls mother. y;;". v"vv"-y "yviKI
f !New Year's. Oeceola.Pharmacy. Or-icic m. to Iz m.j. ; '
I. ...... '111. V and spend tbehoI.idays.J. ' dreetleg. HOUR 9:0. .i .
1:30 "
'Kol U' 44.. i To my friend and patrons, : : to 6:3: p. m. ; .I
.. haiT If Yo Salter .troiu Kidney Troubles
'J M M. Wlllson. Jr., sold a lotto I take this method at the ; SATISFACTION QUA'RANTEKD. -
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I .w..... 7 71, 0 M* .- R. D. Gums, adjoining. own, of this-the new 'e.r--of Use Smith'. Sure Kidney Cure. Nothing Telephone N6 Jua S, lyr.' -
_ _ _ I Mlsa like for diseased kldDe .. 60 "
: belonging Logan. my sincere and hearty thank to It IS t '
.' -- _A. NIMPO$. P.M.. The case of Needham -Roland vs. good people of Osooola county for cent at Oaoeola Pharmacy, 1 1 k.J. Hicks 'W.BMtswsv.HIOKS J '
( Jonathan Strickland ended In mistrial and liberal i iHf e J -
." a generous patronage w A. HOLLOVyAY. t + '
-All Mr art-do what"" they can for the Pea -

-, _f_I: _ _ _ _ _ _ _-_.Old_ _Pruyerb.I _ _._ Mr., the and jury M....failing W. 8. Tuttle agree.are off corded wish to me assure.. during you. the that past your year.\ I I ( I and Stops work the off Couch Hie l'oldLaxative < I Physicians) and Surgeons, ; H.- 'I 1.1 1-

'- this week on a trip down the River, has been appreciated, and as the n Bromo Quinine Tablet cure Office over-Ooeola Pharmacy.
Friday, January 2,
f 1903. having chartered the steamer Polly.' year forth goes by It' will effortiHo' stimulate me I a oold In one day. -No CtH. >,'Ni Pay. C.l. answered day or olgdt.
put greater please. RESIDENCE PHONES ----- :
We regret to bear of the death of Hoping- you have had a' Price 25 cent Hicks, No. 40. Uolloway', No. J-
LOCAL NEWS. L. D. Browne, a well known, Orlando Christmas. and wishing, l you a Office Phone No. 3.DA. aHE8.i-L.?
Coldi.
lawyer which occurred the other day.How and prosperous New Year Simple .
: I am yours to please Cease to be simple, If at all proonged. .THOiIA5OZ4, D..TIT, :
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ell Bass lis* moved from Whittier I The lafeut .to FLeauiA.wui . ,
wayie SABTOW
H. C. put
j- Nineteen hundred and three! to Kisslmmee and purchased J. J. S'I'-4NJlUIID. : -I thorn aside at the very beirinntnfr.Uallard'i vl U K'Mlmmo *v.ry six or sight. = -
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, Mrs.. Jeanette'Robinson& Murph 1.0- P&c1Kehou..... and lot in North Klsslmmee. Ilorohound a '
I' I Syrup atop i'j s.- 1.1
MmttheseaOv.riy.Married' nr-MTIII .t. reduction U >o s for those
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night. ; cold and remove. the caota of cold "uusmaal harlem, t
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at the home of' the bl.ld. : 2Sc'fiOo aud tl bottle atOsceola. liar .
Wm. C. will conduct
Bishop Gray
O. B. Hows*. of Ocala was I In town parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. \\ '' i
service, sermon and Holy Communion macy. .
a lew days this! .eek.Ilcnry ewe, on Monday aft/ruoon at l P TMOMASOM.Pbyalclaai
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nt St. John* church on Sunday' morn- ( 5aresa. -
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rVlfa-k, Miss Ida Matliewn Chronic
( Vyola
Laxative Chocolate cure .
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Bral-
Willis camo up from: Ing ..J.D.h.. AIX. AMKWItaKD.aaUance
dentow'n to spend the holidays with Mr. Guy W. Overly, Ito,. Mr. Constipation" and 1.lvorroubl...*. .CAL .jfc.A. .
friends.. : Henry W. Brooson and family who ell of Uartow otttciatlnir.: Pleaiant to take. Purly Vetfclable. 'Phaaa 93. e Off IE* Passe 4 IKlann. .SHOES'o M< Ol TANr ORDlnalor .

left last April for Utah will return The marriage was a quiet home Guaranteed OvceolaPharmacy. 1 ... FLA. I of Ixiw Prlcaa. I
i Ur..nd Mr.. If. P. Hughey' .yl lu>d here about the middle of this monthto f.lrt only a few intimate. \ friend. w- .. .. .r
"I., their son Olla and famllyat Bra .deo- : slay. permanently.Mr. the. family, being preHCut. I Sailboat 11--Apply at Valley JR. A. B. STEVENS .y. .. ,j

_'... townthiweck._ K. L. i.e.rte and.wife. o{ Ki..I'q.; The happy young couple left on \ Oaxotte"" ofllce.lUalthy ''i

Mrs. J. C. Harper anil: cblld..1ieame mce were in town Sunday, returning e"onlnlC-.t.r.ln'.they for. Gainesville, .. \ ...DENTIST... " :, ' " " "
1 up fromSt.. Petersburg to atteu home fromrlp down the Kant. 'The will make their fnture home. .. Kidneys Meauv, 'lx) r'tlTf.If : -, .' ,_ tTJltftr1'"ft'Jt"'J""t"ttt"t'I"'t""t1rtfTt1 ::
bride's manyifriends here :
Administered.
the Mathews-Overly wedding. Coast.-Titusvllle Star.: want to *.U kidney. Gas ==
you r >re your -
with the V '
join LUCY O/\l.E'J"rK .
;/ .nd
I. Mrs.; W. B. Hlgdon left on:.Monday llov. Father Eugene of Wilmington, wishing them a long life of. .o their former healthy state. take om hours. : j ?: .-; 10 P.1"-
tw. for Uartow. to spend few days before Del.. I la spending awhileat Mr. A. and prosperity. Smith Sure Kidney Cure-CO cent at 1.301 I C. W QRIFFINllancy -

I,1 returning to Irar home at Ualnea-. : .Tre..'... lie will winter In Florida: i GseoolaPharmacy. 1Scat ORLANDO. FLORIDA .
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..me.t' for the benefit of his health.! The !New Cattle Comr..". i

"f t' .. .The VALLEY OAZETTE:. heartily J. J. 'Padgott' has purchsved theMorgan This new company Is located, on \ : lauimrut' on .:...tl1. J.[BM. WlLLSOtf, JR., '
thanks Captain Oault of' St. James In-North Klsslmmf south end of Luke Klsfllmmee. Henry I). Supt. City' '
City: for. tub of most excellent saltedmullet. from Achlas property lias, which has been! occupied ,- their land 1 consists. of about ) \, ) Water Work B.h1wl.ui .WU.. J S NOTARY PUBLIC.. j __ famil Groceries I '
.,- \ by the Jemlgan family.Dr. acres. Half of tills In now fenced : write: "I have tried man! kinds of I SATI AT LAROK. j) ,
', the restwill be completed, I liniment, but have never .racelvod Real Estate Agent. 'I
Mrs. J. C. Anderson and son Earl Howard A. Kelly, of Baltimore, The corporators are William C. much .tx noflt until I used llallard'i KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. .
. of Orlando have 'been ..I..mdlnlfhe delivered a short, but interesting, lecture ions, U. A. Liirlitaey) W. H? | Snow Liniment for rheumatism.. and .
holidays' with! Mr. and Mr.. A. .;. (>n "HI ble Study" at the Baptist Robert. and Richard I,. t'arut''' f pain I .think.. It the bait liniment on W. HARWELL :FEfs: : : MELrs.. \

Bearden. churchon Tuesday evening<<, These men are among t lie, .... -. earth." 26c W and II bottle,at Oaoeola J. s. ,.

Misses Maggie and FlorrlV Bryan' Mr. I. Tress, of Beaver, Falls\ Pa., -progreiislve stockowners, Pharmacy, JUSTICB-OF Till PlCACS LID E
came home from We.lef.n Female came down to spend, the holidays with are pushing !Houth: Florida into -- -- NOTARY PUBLIC STATE AT LAROXMARRIAGES" Delivery every ({lay, at any hour i patronage olicited. gv. j jiLuLuLLL1u1uLu

College to spend the holidays with his brother'A.'l'reto., and to. enjoy a ss an up-to-dati stock raising I' Yon Know What Yea Are TaiugWhen .
, their pareutm.lienryM&tbews. 'few ;weeks'of our balmy clime. The days of free range In this part o'I( take Grove' Tasteless A SPKCIALTY. 1UULUth' LULULULULU1ULLLtULULUULLUUhLIV.
you
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the State are over.Ve have Office on Stewart Avenue,
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who is now a valued Mr. and Mr. 'Y'. B. Johnston Chill Tonic because. the formula 1* .
this for .time -
some pasu.a.nd --- -
mplo,. of the Tampa cigar box and baby came up from Tampa to fencing- and will, elfeoba plainly printed on every bottle ihow- KISblMMEE., -. TLA. :_. -_- : _- ___ _________1 1u
.- factory' came up on Sunday to attend. I spend the holiday with their parents, cattle owners pasture, the country at : jpll'h.( it I* limply Iron and Quinine. .- .'__ .'Ver'ti_ _'W V W __ 'w -

hi. .iaLe '. marriage.The Judge and Mrs. w. R. Johnston I will receive permanent benefit. 10 a tasteless form. No Cure No Pay I D. SMTTIL' F. C. .LEE., 3. W,
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Waters Carson Grocery Company D. 'J, Wagner left for his home 'la line of ranches beginning( with. > : doe RHEUMATISM I, 1.'I ..

\. furnished 140 dinner tickets to LaFayette. Ind.Jast Saturday, leaving I. Southport r.oohe'and extending << Sonud Kidneri FertMt ",&1111. The TampaMonumental Works
., :!.: heir employes and the poor at the hi. wife and two children to spend order to the United! Land CompaQ) The Die of Smith's Sure Kidney' : ,
Lake House 00 Christmas day. the winter. -with her 'father, U. S.ToddOanalJobn ,. ranobe wIth the Llghtsey, Lewis .
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,,, o .rr-: Caruthers. Cattle Company' and Cure will produce both. Try a bottle CURED AT LAST I ILiANUPAOTUREI'ISOP' J..; ..
In to S. P. and be convinced.' Your druggist F ', . ' ' '-k-- "- *-'. 1 ' 'Vv i l"i
Bond four cents" stamps B. Gordon will 'lecture : Holcomb in e\wecn, occupies a : > | '
Collier Jr., Division Passenger at the- Opera House on Friday part of thewaterway on each sells It at Otoeola Pharmacy. 1 GraniteMoiiuiticnts,: ,<

I Agent Atlantic Coast Line Tampa Jan. II1.b. under the auspices of, and in all probability the Good'N w8, for All Who Mfrbl'
Fl 1.., for a very attractive.. wall calendar nllCh'j.' Lyceum Circuit. No one of( the ",.ter-w..1II be taken up 'ro CURE A COLD 11IThIC DAY
for 1903. should misssit. . fore very long. Messrs. Llgbtsey. < Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Suffer.With Rheumatism Headstones mid Tablets.
| le... All druggist refund' the money'
'!.:II.. .: Barry C. Sloan came up from Braideiitown ; wholesale Lewis are among the most I if it fall to cure. E. W. Oro...'. signature Free.
Hancock -
.." Jock reports'a large log cattle owner of South : 605 Harrison Street Tampa Florida.
"". days In town ,
'- . and spent a few order from U. C.' Stewart, ofTampa and le.dlolCbe in the :! on each box. 2So.If '
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are way !
has To all
during the holidays.' Harry manyfrlendshereand.be who suffer with RbeumatUm
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and snakeskln
fyr 'gator curiosities. ,. which end In
'* development can only .
..,V ); I-< Is always. awelcome He considers this a very' combination, formed by the cattle Unwell I will gladly of, bow send free b wonderfulstory Risk.ra4 Jr.. ....,.* a ftpoclalty.Batl .
1': : visitor.Attention good opening of the winter' season. land owner for mutual benefit Try a Ado bottle of Berblne notice my mt wa cured .-
''t. .. I. called to.Lbs announcement protection. In the interest cif he Improvement speedily effected. in after year of .u lerlD<;,,t.oJre with. .ea .IMIsi* Marble Faralshed

; of C. W. Dana elsewhere in this Everybody: in Klsslmmee should Florida: and of the State. at large ;your{ Appetite. Energy', Strength and the most el.bor.t. Ru.mal.m _
Issue. Mr. Dsnn p-oposes to carry a hear General Gordon's lecture.. the are glad to see Osceola county' .... Vigor. Watch how It brighten the publ.b. .. _---.Ae A..A
nrst-clas stock: of everything' In his Opera House next: Friday' night. Gen. the lead In the new movement.The. ... freedom from Indiges No matter"" form of Rheuimatlsm .
I line and solicit a portion of your' Cordon has a national reputation asa \ .plrlw./I.obl1l.1h.ac .! U, whether- acute cbroal .

trade. appeals lecturer to every and his southerner.subject. Is one that Ariel Quartette. 10th S\or'i: 1 wa Ava,In Mo:.,wl'lLeal JJ.Sept.. I mUlul.r.l.Uo oeur.lla inflammatory gout, Illmbgo.eL.ao fltmfltutflTflTT1TTTtfl1mTTTrntTflllTflT1iITTTitflflhtrnmm' ' ' ' '

Frank Tatman was In town WedDe.11. Lank Monday night at the many
had stomach trouble for J 12 months don
work done for his J. M. Wlllson, Jr., J. E. Moseley .. ; In
W.
THOMPSON.
getting some torium Klsslmmee was also dumb chill*. Dr J. W. f.led )'OUI case no E 0.
Dew shallow draught steamboat, which, and Dr. Howard A. Kelly, of Baltimore with a bountiful feast of' pleasure, Mory how .oale".u... cure" you :
Herblne it cured In
will be running in about ten days. returned this week: 'from a few exceeding all probable \. :: :I: prearlb. cannot recommend; me It two have tried you- to write tom UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER
r. is strictly hunt in theSandhilli... They report wek. t let tell how
Her gasolene engine days to a degree most delightful and .t highly; I It will. do all claim for I me you my mother ,
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81'.1 you E -
plenty of small !game and fish lating. The entire audience Sold by Osceola tharniacy.III wa cured. _ion. orLadlss :
; class.W. B. Maklnson has purchased the and! a Brae.' celery farm adjoining Jack Hancock last week piloted. Mr. preciatlon and content, and even ( -(Imply a plain man of businessbut -.- A : :
/ Jordan E
his place in North Klsslmrnee. It W. S. Tuttle of New York, and Mr. small bay hushed his 'feet and I have a CURB for Rlal.m. ind Burial! Eobes. '-

; comprises about fifty acres about H..L. Talbot. of Philadelphia, who. fOrlob-'IDIO pedal ..ppl.l1aebe YOU YOUR CHILD and I want to tell I ." wh.ur. Qant'LINK FURNITCRB ANDSTANDARD -
f. Carson Rheumatism .
time. Senator C. A. \ about
J '! thirty.of which are in velvet beans forfattening'stock. are staying at Hotel. Klsslmmee, on avery SEN wi. SEWING MACHINES. '
duced the ladles in a warm and \ clearly and trust ,
duck.hunt. The with :
successful
partysecured Can lad..L.
t :_ sixtyJ>lrds in .11. siastic manner and every word t a you &b..U who .urelDIl with thiserrlble OBDI1W BT IAIL OR TELBQaAPlI / il
: ..Bell.oLAahbl1ra.Oa'Lr will receive the elvis 'T.OH. .
if'- -:+- lrrJ..u said about them was true to the rt.uuelt same disease, LIeD
k: came down to spend! the holidays with A i most wOrlobJ'P' irttoo-1--e> ); most.The"programme-; -that It would Uyo beyond the reach of cure will writ. tome 0018 RIP4lUf. ( .PA'lll< :
t his parents, Itev': and Mrs. T. J. Bell. sented to the Board of County Commissioners tasteful and excellently rendered, c this day and I will need -you %4: Mr. Bell was one of the earliest set for the purpose of appointing only technically, but also In a yourself. We do not b ret.ur mall this work of mine. I b AQKHT? POE THI L4D W. ( IRON-f WOKUXENTH. DIAD8TOl --

, tiers 'of 'KI..lmm84f. having moved -Time Bass to the position of 'cat. full of' vim and enjoyment. Miss M.belle in substitution. We peal especially to the "chronical y ;
.f here twenty years ago with his.parent tie Inspector is being circulated. .for Monaghotr's sweet voice | ; be UI" who are wearied and discouragedwith { I I I
He afterwards. returned Georgia. signature at the present time. Jong echo and re-echo' In our in only the best, most ''doctoring" and to those who -LJ4aLtIiJuaLLuu1t1Lt1LuLutu1L1LuLuLu1uLu1uLu1ULUaJ

'. t . Lanl.nd'.Dd take Butlerhave The teachers from here who attendedthe I.., thrilling u* Inwardly. during reliable drugs that pt possible a to have been east aside. "Incurable.. /
. Both Teachers' Association years' to come, her "Last Rose 1 All you have thought Rheuma
, \ been recently visited by devastating State 'beard Mrs. Jeanette at Summer" being wonderfully buy. Our stock in keeping tism-may, be wrong. abu tell. you' . :M' "
'9:_ business sections, Orland this week. wit m "" -j--------------
:; fires In their Madame
; and ful of Albanl in her Our experience. Surely, if you have
Robinson Murphy, are enthuslastic our
l: f and !the superstitious among< u* mustbe A. a violinist, Miss Jeans have a
',,<: reminded that there 1s a good dealof in their praises of her en show skill and command lbeumaU.m\\ .utl'.rIDI
1 tertainment. She will appear...at-tbe great you to MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
' and
.c' Lake about Klssimmee we House tonight. her instrument. the effect being one m iy offer,anyway' and prove fovyour
Opera
should take warning.: extreme accuracy t.oh... ear of \ be.RX POROUS self these claim I make.

, '} 1 Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Oliver arrived Misses Carr and Wt1liam'or Fort listener. -Miss Sampson did not Send me your today-a '
.; ,from Savannah last week to spend Ogden, who have been visiting! Miss as often as we would have desired All Plaster.rill postal cardwill do add" will mal jjjSavirT and Mills
." _i Christmas with their' mother Mrs. J. Emma Morgan for several weeks.--' as often. as her fine voice richly' 9 you this wonderful! atory. If 'Planing

q ,, S. Oliver, DouM an old Klssimmee turned home on Tuesday. Mrs. Polly, its. Miss Mackenxlecaptlvated. have any friends suffering with. Rheumatism -
woe Is fast making his mark In Gilbert and Mia Emma Morgan accompanied one at once by her winning no matter. where
. t the boy,world and the whole town I I..* them and will spend some humorous voice and manner. She I.a i .tive Immediate relief. They end me their addral and I It Now In operation. Complete House Bill Furnished.
,
>proud to welcome blm and his bonnybride time visiting relatives In Fort Ogden.Annual whole quartet herself through .carefully let in m- them a cp,. My .. Is VICTOR Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kind ,

. ," :-i. within. lu 1(....... term and quarterly passesof varied and delightful from Ben .Hur.u..lnmenwblch to D wl te pores of tea RAIN DLT. Bloomfield, Ind. 60-ly O .
range OEB : :
the A. C. L., former Plant System absorb
,. William H. Frier, a former resident Smith wltb equal felicity. Her ". t Iet.
who used to !the Port Tampa and St. PetersburaLine For Co.
of Ktsslmmee and Gorda and Fort Live plastlque (as the 1ectoa coughsand p MAYNARD LUMBER \
' 'own the MoCool place across the4t and Punta fine illustrations. of and SonttiErn & Florida
r of Missouri Myers Steamboat Line of 1902< luueexpl..lnlf says)I. were cl; fo ae pl Georgia .
resident
Lake,but now a portrayal of expression without "
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Dee 31 will ;
by' limitation on LBAKE
: hi broLb.r.ICe" '
'CU,..Tez..J. was visiting untilJan. aid of language, and Included -
0. J. Frier. the flrst of the .week be honored for -transportation richest humor and II're.ho.*. T A-

.. and crossing palms with his many old 16", 18o3Tioclusive. Lyceum Course must be '
.. UVYANH mvin WOUTB.. l
aoqua1D"alld" friends ...re.- \ We have received the following announcement In the highest manner for -
: .The Atlantic Coast Lire has followed which explains- Itself: "On before us.such splendid and . 6 # SCHEDULEs IN EFFECT JANUARY .MO*. o ..

suit with the Seaboard Air Lineand . and ..ft.el'anu.ry./ J, 1tO3, M"&r.. N.p talent. Dlxl. ",.".. Quick BU..
East Coast RaU.'talld Bryan and W. J. Bryan will be fhls'slg.aLre, I. os> .,.box thegeeslas LTPaltlks. ... .__.smpia a O6 aUV ._
. the Florida in the of Fort Klaelsssaee R.aoke.Judge I o .ITYBA-KERY
rates. on all o..abeM associated together practice Laxative TMet* T Jackaonvllla t 0* p D 7 46 a
now passenger the firm of &: i Broa Valdoata. 11 16. a.
A mile. This law under name Bryan Holcomb arrived In 10
are 3 cents .MSMdy dm7 ArTtflon,11. Mam -
systems
the New Year Bryan, with office at 011-014 DyalUnchurch Wednesday night from Arcadia Cordals.: .. HOOask : 41 a ,

.. I.and.beginning no doubt, they win be> rew&rd441, ; buUdIDRJr.ck&oa"m..FIa." purchase supplies and lumber for ArMaeoa.. .. IMsa. .1..:. :iI : I
0.0.SA.Ar.Atxau -
by the Increased travel. besides being The cold map and slight frost last Forb.KUstnuBefr stock. ranch to ..... 1'aas T4iM. ... $.1
looked with more friendly: eyes.. Saturdayand Sunday nights did harmonlyto shipped by steamer.. He also Insurance. .o.asv. L. < .
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upon with blm six bead of graded! Ch.ttaooofa. . t M p. 1M.. ;;T- -, -
of and
Tbe Christmas Tree and literary-' ex.erelaes plants here.the '-DdereoC Tomatoes vegetables are killed and cattle, which alsd will be shrpped' AI..I.! .a.... "SiSp. .1.. Funcy F A -

1 of Center Park school last banana leaves blackened,etc. Orange< barge. He has sold a third And: AfBi-Lou! ....... ( Mass 7S4BS. Cream ')
Real Estate.
were highly< en- his I ... _
Wednesday evening the In 60.000 sore ranch to Mr. Chicago .. ll aMt. Put "
10a.e.w11IDIl' ,
unhurt, not even .
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.. It' Is tree are Westerner. with whom he a 5 *.
joy.d.ba1lwhOwerePn a
I and srapefrull4etonthetree cer a as 11 9>s : Cheese
authority that so large Phoenix of .A.I.I.R. ? >sa
Meted on good beoassoclated4n..n.inees for .... .
were untouched.In fact, thelow LDdoa. mea a> .
.. a crowd has 'never before assembled i benefit just now, year*. M,. Spencer u {Ding there German c.a a.i.&.. 1-Pound A Perfect HeoUtiB of. I
temperature a _.
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a*-the Center. Park school building. the where it hb build houses and to fence. Jlld Home of New Yor. ArChlearo. .. U a m
'be Christmas Tree exercises were driving. down" sap Holcomb bat arranged, to 1> Insurance Co., Nor America.. Solid trains from Jaakaoorlllo ia Uaaoa" nus Cracker
oflajjogues longs< to be Tralaafroat ra'alka -nl rl TslilaalsIraloacoln with
; of
short ;
supplemented by a program another pasture of 6.000 1ICI'eD.: Phr aorth lima Jaekamvlllo. ,
;. recitation and on r*. The-eoheduJe on the Sugar BeI'lIa.baea will also be fenoe His Exchange.Orient. 1,, Local alaapara OH Male flror tar 'TVTI4.OivYBAKERY., -_.
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,Arizona and changed again two daily train. place will be the. Elijah Qodwln > i-v-fc % eon raotalnfair In depot sseu 7-Js a. a .
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,,<', Wm.. CVPereons: ,'Florida left fog New being placed thereupon'; ,' '.. Is only ylng.<- The Judge O..eots county and 'Tbe ehanre goes and the//' .land market ) CitIzen of .r..B .. Dial '
-)?; ..Yorka1'4..,. Mr.. Paraooa I. correct proper. reports as Mlf&ooL.' p.Georgia Fliot teal situ Pith "
Into effect Monday next. The comfort oa aama to Chloasowlthont
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and theTLigbtaey, passengers !, Yorl __. _... aadETT lCELE .
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:::.r- ? of every eelf-reepecting railroad . People\ living' la the country ., I' ..
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," !r(, 'ECompaa. ; qplMOf-fiyfc/ end this) .-calling for-a sleeper as are missing a great deal by not a. ia -. . '.1. .. IAPITISY n. team- :u ,.
," r 1DO.prolltab" and a dlnlror oar onthe old schedule tending ourLyceum. I: : i" t"1 .
f.: liI 1,,. .over t1s. pro peda for .rI. the eomp..,r has compromised.-. no Few. come.and they are worth.'a.. ; !" ..Z.rs'K '- -
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: : i'I " : If planted in of the mountains; they bpr- ,.tte'tht hi. crop -was] ailsnsgeit only '

:" .Jl.H66HtHf .the nd W'E S | wmm4. w.1 and pumping test*commeuee- \low and his loss will be"only
f tag
tount.in one
ranle either poor But-U any tr-an4 ,

r RJa ,t .. '1."be t1 ,can fhtd fcotterjsummers- t a_r 1 their ochard The; been ."lnlpr' centOakMr: truckers, 31111 Purr ri :
development -
t.rane water .
t1t\'I l.bTrd. hearfront a RoP .eon
; itD __ the: South Oiarks I would like to .10., '
1 its and sonte
: in supply somemore
.everlasting
C.ut. him. ln' soul I, but boldly, .
e.Ud'7a" ,
.aU-Q. From the- Florida .m"I" that figure. .Firliin
.thouiand placed at
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;: I' 1 A.riultufiit fa tV i4 I4iip' w > KMdMGlows .IV" lieht b
sent iftro1e4
r _ n* f .1' .
/ I j anabltOi i.- \ \ ,1 ala> J..r.. grow 0a 8 't and ate ( Guau lt"trI4a'ar'Irrigated - P' "Shetteworh 'an Evlnston.xtensivplanter 1 ..
hi8h
e: d"SPi. .it"'y'f .f'Cur with .5. 14t)4)64kJeProfessor ) : '., Probably M of a sea of gold 'through hute.tmontb. was from found. I in.. places-Where w.ter. Water it to hare been the worst sufferer appears ',- J ''AflB t
a reader
nele. embroider hem.ttch.. ._ KOlto a mlnent Jap. .da teeing the nama majority at the head o. of this ol, the geari> sixty feet aVsy dry 5ALbsen said tiiere/ could b no wait but says in the cfi4 he bli.t..will AND( :(
k.J.are -|>rogre iv | ._ i | also Profelsor they scorch a.,} b'r becaus on a good thing, for in TIME TRIED .
th. "rlclt will wonder what the plant chance r. p.v a area.
up with I.te.t fads. . Shown that the kribll. Give the-Uolden Glow a the
f
lettuce fast :
large
5ne wifhes to know about" popular acids of lemchis, other I fruits* large number of you know the and it U all -right. seems strange that J just south .x.>l.fauthe. duction was would so probably have onr-pro hada Ufcfaafau.ured especially to sulahltt'temm.uhaJ'ibSofP&' "

N i<*d- monograms. ._ ._. .-? . and tpple..nc are capable plantrfu.ium graude, th name Gold Dust'and Pearline Suds. It is California, where water Is -soprecious the
ei..d under tendency to decreasf price.
'1. V/ni artist t in such work say*"the monV which'lt 1.Iu.ly .r delicate 'in still in southern ..Callforna marke
>f delroyiug all kinds of disease germa as ct.loped never I wise plan to wuter small. f.c His acreage of lettuce .nd cbba.e'la.er" GROVE GARDEN FIELDIt
*ram[ .craft I I..Mill Jiere; ; aid seem to plnt. eommoQ with- suds. s river run to )
killed
AViMeW'as. hQler germs are in fifteen min by which it or weakly plant soap .e.t w.l.whith Urge, and hei ceul.te that his = .
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eve } 'UI iieei montogr.m.on by lemon juice. or apple juice, ealed 01 all kinds, million acres iM
The Washing irrilat..tn '
typical form loss reach fifty
every article clothing from Ite green pwder. nd.r a -h' Nile of wil < Ient ton art, raising' tTomatasa, a.ta, Brrawtwrrleia, Lottoew W
typhoid fever killed In Ameic-h. Colo.dorivr.
are & 0/
*o shoes She. germs leaves, Seneclo Ksempferl, is nearlyor stronger e soap IMI. come reportswhere supply a f wad for them, tfeat Mr
variodgowe. you
the But of its '
says very half an hour by these acids, even when quite unknown in Tha washing, powder solution -( ) wouldtherefore the diversion w.ter from twen-. C.bba C 'rIM la '
In cultintio. variety i la, tmsted. Our 1 best fruit prodocuaa,
ejt embroidery suds Is a great engineering problem. and Hmo.-lo I.
"ftarncel on than a tt4,1
diluted.If hurtful
< considerably with be more but 'in no event
lte +el. ite chiffon veil, with.a yellow spotted Jesves is the other but little has been done thus far to ty to forty per cent. record of any fertiliser( sold In year practical oxpsjax '
jack monogram is very effective andpinion. you squeeze a. l mon. a glassof quite comcnoH and would .'more a of soap and ".Ie. On utilize -them. Eventually they will those who are business for a l. ice and tuve spent more tlon and mo tang ID crop experimenting that sUl tl% "

? '-I. that th water containing .cholera germs If -it were* generally Iow that thepl.nt1''rn1r1ad hand, .a strong active growing soap-suds.plantsthrive spread out upon the living have complained of a total los manufacturer lit .the state.. Baaldca. wpeoisl| brawl fur otMMlal rropa ws tialfJ* "
f8 pretty; but litle and let it stand fifteen or twenty min- north a on a weekly diet 01. l doubtle.e..1 enormous corps, forwajsrijust ,, Gainesville. Sun. ry lu stock all kInds of 1-EUTlL.iy.lN U MAT1CUIALS JUXL CI1 UallOAUaVllffurvut
\er many Caladiums.CK" .
_* tIC.. you may drink the water with it require Dahlias Clematis .anA fd produc liethreshold of irrlation we were UM first dealer to put the fwUilauiu materlajk. within
struggling (for at (
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t ognition .at .season. About reci the impunity as the germ will be dead partial shade and should ba grown under together with, ne.rty-ll)} .vflea ; Fn Past and 1.r' tTs. t. the reach of grower, a fuct they aUoul U boar la mlud wuea ordering. We eCu
thil these will kill ether a shelter thenorth aid shrubbery acquire vigor F from soapy ({ mcrla V.l.ela. '
the reader of juices diseaseterms. I.t or. AMMONIATICs: MIS'BlLANMOU
cnltunst monOlr.m ', to know tjie Alrl. Instead 'of telling a to of the honl w.ter., H the wash:wte Is -but" mo. The or.nge orchard. osouthicrn World confidence In Ammonia. $_ '
.Iahel I ma" with gold Cklilornia begin to bear if well cared The Fruit has st.__
'that you ean buy lovely cues wil read) have his stomach washed out.we can The; Cyclopedia of kli> H.r aay er.t"lv'impr"late to rank- lot, at four years from transplanting. thejuture of the Valencia L. orangebecause Nitrate Soda, uU.., -- :'
71 to now him to drink. juice, that the in pearling oug. h.r -
r sew oirnryonrjrarmrfnti-r-dainty lit tel variegated case where When twelve old they the fruit dealers of country Dried Blood Uaa Unit, -
a they ,are
.' tie for which 'xleanse the stomach leave blotched with yellow growing TMi.l.. len Urad Blood and' hon -
one. the la-die.- handkerchief : a'havml "ue's rlanlt. to be consulted rather may bear lAree : of oranges have abundant confidence in its sellingpowerJegardkss lilgh Cupp.eei -
and underwear thoroughly a stomach-tube provld and sometime Blood and Bon. (
t and large one the wht. 'itblht' to the which likely net of the selling season.'There BliM..8tonav -
Try acre
rule. -
florist's
gentlemen'* handkerchiefs. fol ed it. i I. a case Of gastric catarrh. rose" It also say.r than some an.0 wi of BOD*. Uauidc CodV .
can no the pearline washwater. If good< | the grower $300. and if orchard J< 'i is. no divergence opinion , -
get; very Pensive ones or you can I we have to deal witV gastric cnsr. (.var. 'argentens) leaves jtlaucous" way it freely.I H the plantswiltthe well located- and not subject to, on this point among 'the fruitde.ler.Jobbr.nd Tankag Laud Plaster, .

I' bume lovely .very cheap and I I rh, in which there is a large amount green edged with creamy white. results-tise under a hot sun no he prqbably hold it at n.,OIt retailers of the Bright Cotton BM* Meal .. Wbnto Oil Soap.
day .
Fifteen or sixteen next t t .i Dark Cotton M.ed aleaJ.Oastor Grbuud .
one who it of tenacious .adhering to the yer. ago some canvassedthe Copperaa. ,
avl. any busy toever mucus class.of plants An enormous figure; yet warranted country, hae penon.ly
to walls of the stomach tube one tent us a plant of this variety but use it on that .cre the Pomac*. Bl-euiphldeUarbon.* '
them stomach country ,
'- .tcmpt embroier your-: a Plants to Move .g&n'e by the But, on the .Itu.tio.from one -
C L'iZ"a one's to dislodgeJit is 'bnt In after growing it for two or three yean Tacking rturn. ,, .O/ntrr Bbslla for Poultry, ,
bought or. hand through mis the- other. I
cnnot .: ladies ask for advice other many .acres; to POTABUB8: .
require
fr lost it We -have it two ParIs
: we stun since .hf Green
'th.sutnd-emltroidered din of r foul never ; and wonderful/ and InaecUclJe giasrtj7..
.' ry.coe. TolTgue; that areMo be moveda nianagement and location,, barely return ] extreme .hgh *
a I they will wash. Yes quite bad breath. sick headache, and nervoui1icadaelieya 'unti about a year ago, when we receiv- to pack plants have made amistake.The7 . Te realizing for Valencia Muriat* Potash.' ,' - : : '
plant :* friend in California, long distance, expe..e. 1te. . TOIICCO.M4TKRIAIaII! :
as.weJtfl ;
(he-others* You'must"be -fruit 'a wonderful I fro have such High Grady Potaati.
'dlet-t. . ; The first hould have asked a Methodist The"'soilof F.lf season ben goo
,
very neat wih them in sewing them on purifier. died. Bit two aIstvgctondmtiemt-later good ; during minister's. wife who averages to move rich, and this 'aoutbern'-C.liFornia-T, I men wonder i( ; not been Low Urade Potash, Cut; Toliarro Stems Ii "j'
use | clumps sent
wash verj-1ne' threat and 'needier and The fruit diet wiil-.clesnaetbe_ slom-\ the past sunnner are well\ established three years out of four. I do not know i not proving an un.a"ud.ble.inl to the manipulation; in thesales.. We shall : Kalnlt.Canada'. No. 1 liroutid Tottaeco .-

teaspoonful of.light ud<: f dissolve., aSh and ,the alimentary canal, anc and-seem likely to thrive as well as what'it II to. move even a quarter ofa r people They have not given . consider this (featurerniii anothe para ,' nvrdwosid Aabcta Vine OrouuJ Tohacco, ''a

.' soft rain, watfr Je.rlne Into a quart of drive off dises germs, which are re the bId favorite. The leave* are .not mile. One, who successfully exhaustive study to the ..fertilizinnqiiention. graph blow l ,- raosruouio ACIDni Haled TotXhJSTrmtua.Ckwrs ''
-. lightly the piece out _pn.ible. a large share of our ail. only edged with while but are irregularly large collection of house 10ve'I.>< ; Many of the older orchard] On Wednesday of this week a car of mound Tobacco. r-

and rinse' and lmn while damp. blotched with white. In the- miles adopted this plan. '(O') Every are nut producing a vigorously as the Old Mission Valencia sold in New Dissolved Bone, All guarunt > <] unleacbed and to ees '-

ST ,,' i I.,"_. _'_ __Kenluctenne, II., "Leopard Iant" the spots vary in size, plant was prepared separably (for .it!\ -Binallcf trees where the soil has not York City at public auction, containing Acid Phoaphat. 'tain all their rortlllalog and Uuwct eMa' .
K. Wfciti Grapes for FUrlaWSome driven in bred The do. 8 *. .. .!.IIUy .f P.ra.ts. I hut are all nearly round. Journey, Light stakes were depleted. Irowe. not $ I
: each These stakes just reached to seem (0 expect so 'old grade, 71 boxes, 'to8 '
S_ Jt l Teal When established, pot. tree
a time I in in the
very aerious question ago open
wcl
the I whether yorapr'of ground send Ihe top'of the plants. Old worn gar-, "As q matter of fact, age should be no er.ae. i Es O. Fainter Fertilizerc'o
I, m.nner of the young men and the visit'ofan.expert) .are Very al"Q boxes average. . ;
viticuluri1tfrom up flower *taIl.s during the menfs were torn into long, stnps. bar-to an incresinl yield until the orange Choice gradeyau a..O'
young women In this summer oc
n -country are not -Agricultural Department fall. lire These soft would not' ut or II Ful growth and the fayHage '
blosrnms '
deteriorating. Jt is not easy to Judge Dut. are Very handags would ,orI the In Florida This price beats former records.' JACKSONVILLE. 'FIJA. -
p, of the. manners of Washington,. D. C., who was engagtdIn Crs weedy looking anJ add wound' lt w.rl interlok rows. gross . ,
-e 1-ci.use, a Irner.tlon. be. an investigation of the possibilities nothing to" the beauty wl the-plant, it I wine. Eacl plant was tied firmly to its growers apparently under.t.ndredin by $562 on the car.

higher' the standards looks of palt seem of your soils for the growing of grapes. 1.better to cut them off as soon as slake l> least -three oC tlescor the trees better, and again for On the same day several tho..ud

a Pff back than the stan J In the summer of 1881. just be/ore removing they appear.Fromtlie cords, one at the base -qne.at the'same reon' that has in generalbuilt barrels of Jamaica oranges sold for

._ dare of present, and because inconsidering to Florida, I purchased ; .of the steins and one near. the top. In up f outhern Calfornia The Florida *4-75 per barrel (containing two and The dlmmte of fh* Earl fcoaat tt FleiQai! '

_) any particular aspect of a of Ijinicr's book...in which 1 .'coy. Florida Agriculturist. ndilition.' Fern leaves were carefully, orange grower h. .01, so to a half bx.) and heavy reeeipt 01 Is'
nearer than that of
priod, there is the temptat/ion/ to sep among many other good things, an exhaustive CkristBiM 'MorsUste-. ---Mem as" lifted up drawn tOllther.' and. sheetsof -speak. He'plants his trees almol Florida at 9y*.*&Jtl:3P per perfection any
arte that aspect from the whole sand and .0' has to make box. *
article from the pen of lIme JTlawara. soft paper wrpped arolnd.the pure -- --- other place on earth. % "i %
-- movement of the time and to be mis. nurserymen A. 1 1''.Bidwell, lop. Ilirrt this again firmly tied Jo the study .r' .upp1rlnl them with foot This is the. foremost record on Va- ;

_ _ led with regard to significance/ . wel.know residing near your city. In that Christmas. would bi aho'll' of 'many oc.nte.r stake. Palms, C"n Bananas, from the st.rt --ro sdlntensiveand tenclas and it is so high that' even

Says. the Rural California! article he gave his opinion on the, \..Iueor i-lmrni were flowers ellllatt.1, No etc had their broad leavt'brougllUlP v.hthle'.r orange and lemon Californians have been skeptical.

Every girl ought to understand that a number varieties of grapes, includi.ig feature of Christmas is than and folded around and. 'around each the question cost"'of fertilizer This skepticism .taken the formof

she is respected, in the exact degree In : the White Niagata. the' passing to and fro more( ower. other, and Then likewise enveloped in does' no, really enter., half a Ion to eOI.ot. fromsome source, that

tt .-which she.i" inaccessible to any kind No munly. .man tired be ashnmcd of a oft risiu-r an'.i secured lo their support Hie 'acre ,Is a large appricati6n inCall- .. the sellers-at New d U

? of familiarities, and that it is impossible 11 'Bidwel removed his nur'ery to love of Iktwers. Napoleon J3oiuipartc ((2)) Splint, 'xtsWls of Ihe largest sire fornin.. A ton to the acre is not unusual Yorkhave .. .unde ndinl.with. C. -
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: for- a woman. if she wishes to secure years-after wera.dirquent treasured the viuleis, MHII* by Joker were. "unha.cd ALl but the tub \plants In Florida. C. Cbal11n.. the shipper such

not only confidence but-admiratlon, to ideas with opportunities him. A few months to before" pliine, on his military catimlia\ .. liinl were ; these the ""to.l.el g 'Irrigation begets good cultivation rfturnl aro not really made t to MrChapman. .

_t hold hereIftcu\, sacred and It Is the his lamented death I asked him if he l eror.Umiiain u( Germany nmde Hit placed ,fcide'by side and .wedge.1 in with The old way was to flood on the water, It such an opinion had not .

fundamental duty of every mnther to then the views rela- Korl liluinell time' flower < f ..Ins choice., rxcrltior' so tightly ill.-it no flue roulil after it had sunk into the ground. run gained some ground in the community, -

protect her'daughter-by into enter.lned same Some romance of his early, : endeared Hive the fraction of an inch. The pofntaimtd the cultivator( over and then 'in this journal could have no remarks to
inat1nl ivc he did In the .thtly.
her an adeqnate idea"of lti be. trlicle to menlio.ied.grape growing lie that replied Vniphatically the (lower (winch is I the .:lle as the at was to keep the plains' ''from a short time This left make,.but as these suggestions are too

Jween dignity of woman- Kagited Sailor or corn (lower of our .wyill or inov that hen favor the
hood and the ; he would pro gardens) lo him to the enol. l of'lm long ;improve on this pl.in of such and the industry
t con\"enlloo whiri| protect of btit few of the varieties, he scarcely \ \ the use water Now.better interested to orange
panntion .
that dignity in social life I Amerl h-a'J recommended and that life Corn lowers( Hiake .lovt ly buttonhole Japanese M ring (ilorira Where results are obtained by three, lor directly that the. accuracy of the'ale.
previously
can society is to preserve in any _W, be would climate all of the wWUt sorts bouijuels.( To ute" a yoking man' will they .\\Ice.ed? Anywhere where or five good eakinao. followed by a be determined. If not only .be. O Ormoi t tt

the qualities wJlch the l best> American He said that a few of the dark col I- without' a flower in his bl\onfwle on there .mhhi; soil a",1 genial warmth.tmtlTty deep and of the soil ing on the character and reputation 01 pa
.,.4n every generation have instilled into very L'hrislmarf, moriiiiiK leaven an infererrpr'lhat wi Imiosamiun n" t thl Nort ii. somit h.I The orchards of southern Californiaare the worthy people interested but upon
red black adapted t tbe to
their children there muM be a'fhr deeper soils or and climate grapes of were Florida. I! lie has neither sister nor )Ol"al 'a-I "," "ht .imtii of a ljiuidimmg. and\ ai clean of weeds and as smoothas (the real M.tu. of the Valencia orangeas
sen cof lady kjcml a. fair donor i i.' a. nl I he kitchen garden in june in Th1mJoach
the part of 11"1 al\t\ uii.iiy "n"tl a spring a profitable industry this COllmu.nly.
responoibiitv. tn I know from personal obserxation .
heads of children than IH-II.: Kobt. H. Lee lireki red the rose 1'1'' Sm ;o imimot hu".e' can face. But ready for planting. .

.I at present exists. There mint he far hat, the in While Niagara wa a rliainalailurc lo any oilier Hotter, .xnd ,U t ta'd habit ( r<- Blower and harder lo germinate The Pacific Coast, it occurs to me. Speaing personally the individual. ) .

.- .-. less licence permitted; there-mint lie Orange county. with' ln.ni. t to cut a rose for I ih<- adorn-. limn. Ih..ol Morning (;IOry. Soak never will be much of a manufacturer tuncerneU-jre in position way beyondany ; ( C-
far 'Mr. was enlliusia.slic over the lurnt, of kis breakfast table before t lh- Ih.- terdk 14 hours in be profitable
more judicious amid rational miner Bidw,1 warm water..m II has not the wealth of power foundin point wlere it would \
vision. .he had experience i.'iiinly, assembled for the morniiHt'DiiUonliole .m mi.l, dim plant. I unit in a box or pot the Hast and it will, at least foi or desirable to make such fictitious rta.s
We Milb. Japanese; exotics especially in the bou of in the h.". or in the hotbed where anil
qtiofrJfrom I wni.rrn. this same <|iiels arc matters many years tp come, devote its energies Whuwing and /character personal I-
4 subject? The American child !1s'gencr- ;line of. fruits. Orange- county and the: I'a.h">. Soniet iinci one I nowi-r. sometimes mull spring rain can be a'nile'L Qnceup in oilier', directions and buy_ itsfatory nittVe-up are,too far above such
entire atate of Florida, are deeply in another t Ihe most Vi .. Ihry transplant\ easily.' deni
t allyrgarded by foreigners m the mosoffensive popiilnr. < .. products from New England, if it were commercially
oj his. (dcbted. to Mr. Bidwell l I.r the 'mtroduction I lets are always A Int ul mth and the Mississippi vallrjr. taetil. judge
representative countr. ,, of of desirable .I'Olll.1 Al MiLLi'uNAiKK lh- lgure.
t and unluckily there is very many'arieliea white, such n s\.et alyssnm or a rose C i. -TRAIN' the reclamation of these vast arid The editor hi.journal lia ., beenon

Justly this opinion .all candid Ameri plants and especially the cVeation the 01 l.ud. adiU to the rlunler of nob-Is. Pur- FROM CIH AGO.The areas it has before it the tank of I a the New York market 01 various; sag *5. Oisaie nhs P1sb flsa

.. - cns see American children in the' ilw.1 peach. a cross betw..n file violets are always improved by a Hercules, a task of pleasure, too, and occcasions when these s.Ielareeinl OMHunt flrsns sal snUkls 7srs if tb csua1 1tuty''W '
hotelsand the Honey. loUch of white" tine Htrysafithciminialone Atlantic to have a profit. But as this work goes
_ summer elsewhere c'utJ..ine. great Thesegoods
Too many of them are rude must'conceder Florida needs inore men of Mr. Bidwell's ; fills a button-hole but the sea.- Millionaire, . this nty rapidly on, through combined private, held and ,1.actually a salesare INDIAN RITEE, UUCE WORTH and BISCAlUB Bit

noisy;' forward and not caliber- son for them is over. just now. In and,. Chicago, which ""I be as fine 'm ami (jovernment enterprise the East made and the figures reported publicly asi rs.eb.4 fr.s. tsekis.vtll. via tM
;
only Coward their parents di.r'peJII.towad I Since my removal to the Pacific coast 1,1, of a chrysanthemum; a carnation equipment\ and a fast tijneas" the Will discover lore day that its capacity are actually returned to Mr. Chapman, HOBIO1 EAST
.
otheFsv They reveal the laxity of their! two years ago. I have picked up several may'l>e chosen.: One large ilonble carnation famous train by the same Maine runni'ltfe; l iii being taxed to supplythcneeds and received by him to his -intense sat: I- COiflT.KAILWAT.Tts .

own homes in moral discipline and in new and valuable ideas rgjajve.to horlicullure. male a bUlon.hule bou<|uet over (he Atlantic Coast Line, from New. t 1)1( this young giant. that factories must i.raction That tremendous' buying

j the of good manners. will If agreeable I will send you 'uo of itnl' York to the Florida poinu. be enlarged that more lands must be power .is concentrated behind these

-- be tcrhihl presently to preach I cru- facts relative to jilantingottt vineyards, Tune was. a rose-xcraniiini leaf was The new train will be pUceil in- .Ier. em\.loe\ Then the E..tr farmer .Ie. is true; but the sales are m.d .

ude or organize movement for the edncatlorfof which may benefit your readers. ;''uJ..n.lhl. but "now, I Iliu maiden vice l b y .h. Kuslcrn Illinois soon after. (alrd upon, for more food supplies and the goods are resold to the con.somers _

\ f American fathers and mothers A very plan is. in vogue Ihe hiiI and'araKUI\ plnmosa are Ihe first the year, and will itmkttheIrip . will receive his share oHie on the basis of the auction d dA
ouecaalu clTosen ,
t 4 If the traditions of the American among along the irernery. A lit' mu f aspara-, fromChicago Jacksonville) in lome KI.er .
gr.p gus or a f frond of thc fern .
j a thirty hours, instead of in American Cultivator.BEWARE -
and drouths thirty-one
.earlier times are to be preserved Sierra which never as el definite sale.
-a Foothil used
ire with violets, rose buds.) heretofore C-
1_' if J American society I. to. have any afec the vine or the fruit. nations or other available, flower.car the and will reajli Tampa with (OINTMENTS FOR All right; if consumers are really paying '
any ( OF
'distinction either of aim, or taste or 01. pruning time'come. in the 1st Gentlemen who dine dance same proportionate( reduction of these prices how long can I it last? nr s* Wwtir.1 V .k-Sad OasiS Sf nwtsV,best assy aflafbrautlm
Otherwise
or lime with'the CONTAIN(
of winter or early spring the new and fast'schedule. CATARRH THAT late Pla.tds !..,
VI m.nner. tel part participate in social l Profitable prices on Valencia oranges ?sstastlar sad t ttnm.B.MSIIOTT
-" .---. a. canes are cut full .three feet in length not /forget that flower pleur.mUst are the Al and the is equipment to be Used is to be MFRC RY. will- last tor years and years /. $.I>.BECKWITII, .1.LRIRJII,

Cltrom_Tr.aerve (for planting new-vineyards. After the now in course of construcone and That is the opinion of the .. ,
; t1- ." most ideal of to their gracious yer. Ths.pss'i a en. O-w- a a.P.5.-
is spaced and staked off a": IlliF. sleepers, fourbaggage cars and as mercury will surely destroy thesel.e -
jlPeel and cut up .the citron in square ground ian young lady or even their visatvis. four diners dealers Fancy prices; say $4 and ex. 4VOVvsP, no.
and cook in takes a steel crowbar and opens a will needed and the of smell and completely; derange be the exception -
-7 pieces! weigh boiling waiter cost above undoubtedly
or, ,
[ roses carnations will wi
Ionl-.temmd be between whole when entering it
: and halfor three feet in depth $70,0 and li.ooo1. the system
available
!iupril,you, can pierce with a straw, two a grecnfrond" ol :'. '. larger quantities are
and drain for each vine, enlarging the; hole by OOO through the IIILCOUS .urlace. Such articles these1
.. r j thcni-pourc.lnto; -colander 1cm. Q" plumes of. bou ; bat the demand for
5 welN' pour this juice back into the ket wig-wagging the top of the' crowbar quets bf .0pa./ull)carna- .It ,Is understood( th.t.I.. It-was partially should nevr be used except on ., been increasing as fast 8 go.h. '

tie and allow 8 many pounds of sugar After the holes are prepared the planting tion. 'lilies or heliotrope ross. fronds through be efforts of (he Atlantic prescription from reputable phy.acan. duction hasbeen expanding, and this ATLANTIC COAST LINE -

.you had citron. Boil -and skim until is done by placing- the Jvineful ., make Christmas presents that Coast, Line that then w service will,be I the damage they' wil do derive condition wi prevail for several. ,years

-r- .. clear. Put y.ur citron in and cook depth of the hole'leaving' two eye; are above all criticism for exquisite inaugurated on such a palatial' .c le. id' thgood'yomm: o.ppssibly more, in likelihood., .

slowly twenty minutes. Grate in the above the ground. Wel.puleriedu < (aste. Violets have not long stems; but It i(the desire of that company, which from them.- Halls Catarrh Cure, FruiT dealers quite- generally pronounce The Great Cai Line from Florida.

rind two or three lemons* or slice in pa31ld| Xiinjiaw aq. | | |! for a box lined with ferns or asparagus owns the Louisville & Nashville, manufactured by F. J. Cheney .& Co., .our Valencia Late or.nge'to Through -

the whole of the 'lemons taking out the hole around the vine, and firmly in rich clusters the fragrance that the Chicago, tram and service oledo, 0., containing no mercury. and be the get orange in the world. They

the'. "* before putting the citron in pressed about it at the surface. and beauty of the violet few flowerscan should be as fine as that out of New is" taken int"n.ly. acting directly upnthe also state that a main-reason oranges -

'it Put in small jars seal with white The crowbar idea would make the equal.. Aork.lhe management f.he Eastern hocd mucol. surfaces of have not been consumed in the summer CONNECTIONS.

', p.pe fastening the edges with white planting"of sugar cane more produc. Whatever the form or fashion ol' Illinois was not L backward in agreeing system. In buying Hal"s Catarrh riffle is because the people h.v
I then brush over the top sufficient amount of moisture to assist in the genuine. It -
: egg. tive as a pr presentation; whatever flowers chosen providing solid vesubuled sufe you get had none offered to them The deae. -
with white of egg. When dry cover could always be relied upon.A no gift of the season, whether bon. train of Pullman sleepers ar the travel is taken Inten.ly. and maW Toledo.Ohio .also believe that V.lenci.will, I --

with double pOpel tied on securely.- two or three-inch post augur could lions books or works of art, can to and from Chicago ahd intermediate by . Cheney C. Tetl large offerings in summer time and fall.
California Cultivator. take the of the crowbar.-Robt. Ihe lulfl points and free Over its own rai1sto Savannah -Charleston .
place mission of flowers and I Florida has greatly 'Innial1 show better average prices than navelsdolnthe ,

a. \. Mills in Farmer__ an4 Fruit Grower occasion are they more beautifully upon appropriate ed during the \\as threl years.increa-Tlie Sold by all druggists, price 7&c. per regular wlte'lealn The To East f a Richmond and Washington tlience vta-tha
The of b4. .a ( than Illinois 1 4 ,
Klp.t. : on C"ristm. morning. Easl..n only line giving \ottic.Hall's. opinion is eprel.ed the The -
'. Speaking coining back from From the Florida Agriculturist. G.T.D. a Florida service which runs a complete Family Pills are the beat. same human craving for lemonade in Pennsylvania R. R. -

the South let me explain so far. 8 I The Immama* Ix>.a by Daeay. train out of Chicago, and the "Mil.. 5 8 the humid summer season finds a _

can, where they have been, why theywent From the Florida ARrku'1nri t. lionaires train"will be the first in < Florida Orug lUartlac 'in ths demand for 'a rich. _
W.II 'counterpart '
It is
to
a source.of deep regret anv I
take the trouble! the .
and Honda
why they service
A O.rouU7 out of I
to cone all the way back .lain. Many thoughtful man to go through the great In the issue of or.Jat.. paper .for Nov. be made up of Pullman cars.Chicago to. This week marked the real beginning juicy, acId o.nl.' : -
mi and see what'an enormouswate -O of the Florida lor not' need to be' told The Louisville Nashville via Montgomery.
thousand* of rear ago market is an article under the above head- The route which (the new train will orange .IIJ CaliFornlanadQ ,
grate all.; There was occasion for loss of human 'Iaor occur ing ietinl forth a wonderful story of follow from Chicago is: Eastern though the fruit began coming threeweeks that they h.v a valuable asset in the 'F-sr
II-
do All the northern through decay. A "a thirdor Imo ago, it Was not until this, week Valencia Late. This orange ripeningin
them to so. conn- plants from certain and Evansville
V .tne.evea and the most even a half of the hard work 01 ari'll etc. N. caterpiann to Evansville; Louisville and Terra Haute that receipts were of sufficient volume the summer- and holding over until' The Mobile & Ohio R. R'. via. Montgomery.

t :northern .Greenland were warm thousands of Floridians for a year ora may Jew possible that there whie I vile Atlanta; Central of and Nash- or satisfactory enough in quality to Thanksgiving trade, makes, a roundout --I

the year round. and Europ. and other season gone forever; useless fOr.1 things in New. Zealand lhat I never Albany t and Atlantic Georgia to make them a I.co in the orange trade. of the season that keeps our bat rle : '- '

animals which lived there found everything human purposes-the have beard of, I yet greatly suspect lainpa. C.st Line. to Two cargoes, frQm Jacksonville trained onto the markets of '- : Via Savannah "and Ocean Steamship Cbmprny,. for Mew

they needed close at hand. But hope, the ambition of men and what (that these caterpillars died from 'the train direct and Savannah, which came try every day in the. year. Northern - York, Philadelphia, Boston.. .
and in should have been. the support of their. attack Te wi Cnsl.. of baggage Thursday contained41.50O boxes 01OanKu California and some spots in southern 'as1
by by there came great .ehgt of a species of the; Cor- doeI five sleepers on Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington a4
.
the conditions of the climate and gradually families utterly lost. diceps .Roberts!!, Fnna. in lev. Chicago, and when it and grape frut; receipts by California has rip'navels of the new Tb. Baltimore.
other
Al over the country people who send Nw cars wi be the 0,000 ready last car. of the
there..began..a perjpdkrown
It _a <.ealand on the larva of a species picked up at rl nearly crop Via *
the "Ice Period," when a, large part of and vegetables-to- York or of Hcpialus and hsfrequentibrought liheTampaHerald.various p.laces the boxes. This amount, with other arrivals I Valencias are shipped. We know eminent Savannah and Merchants Miners Transportation

the northern "countries became extremely other markets expect top prices. home; a sit object of curiosity. There made t the week's receipts nearly, men In 'citrus-orchard "work" who -Vt -- Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. -
--
I often get a hill of expense. WhyT.-The -- ---- j---------- -
14,000 boxes.In -
cold, and were buried under doubt that in the fim-
many cases O5tfOwwja
: Itif, ice, say Ernet Scton Harold fruit was packed carelessly: bruised' in gus bearing insects aie attacked during Southcrncaljfornia.o.t.. J.t_ J quality the fruit is now pretty TO KEY WEST Occidental
the handling or packIng, aiM worse undoubtedly Peninsular
Jaynei in Woman's Home Companion. their' lifetime and there POIsesoes Florida Via
; is one I"eclell the most good, XI good, fact a. orange AND .
Ofcourse which lived in"I than all great quantities packed tn'' highly developed irrigation AFCO FEMALE PILLS
the birds Corducepmm which
time of
P' occurs on wasps in the United. have been at this the '
stand the ripe. Another cause delay which Wfest Slates. Water 'I' Steamship Company
these' 1uftle. could not 0 jl.Jhe Indies which is consider- there ha .been difficult year in ma.ny seaso'ns. Barring some HAVANA
-i so they had (\0 either go will one day be univen.ly recognized vteliiprd, before( the to get. and is blue mold -in- little of '. -- -
insect fruit
'e.er.hange. is faulty of softeninf{ dies. expensive, consequently te| Krealest$ rot a the M1IE 1UK IOIEI STROI6 FOB DBLiTcD - 1 .' .' ---- -
climate die. The ensiokle lertiizing. The value '
a warmer or wa.p.-oo attacked are called has been, the condition also is generally satisfac .
animal AUK TICKETS . [
all went South and made thejtyjbest organic or ammontates Guiepe. put upon it. and every MILE .r'
ones '
which unfitto use fruit that \egetantea.-Lin drop is made to count ''t are on > claimed PERIODS
? of it. > But they quite; For. Here in. all probability. Is the kernel ) miles of aVnorig lli
lever has to be shipped. Moist weather completes thai the great San Joaquin valley A The demand! for oranges this seasonis luterohnngeoble-mlUage tickets good over 13,000 prlnclpal -,
.-cot their ,Northern home and long atft the baneful work; the watery of -truth from which the very large central California is equally rich in unusually good. Merchants here believe EVERY PACKAGE GUARANTEED. railroads In the southern sitatea, a.-e on sale by tile prjnclpal .j>eata. -

.. -- tel when and when the great the Northern ice cap countries meltedaway characterless fruit is still further loaded story self from of a the great bodies vine propagating it- natural te.oure. and, | has besides, in that there is a good ..o ahe.dfor These Pills, a>, IOBST xfMfiiac* hi Through Punman Sleeper, 'Port Tanupa to New York, via AtlanticCoastIne
t of
with insipid 'juices which bare no power lars dead caterpil the river a limitless water I Florida oranges, particularly as, in ban* bs.e! Souse tk. ; also ,via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
I'1 a
/ 'descendants u
i' eeae.wart again, to resist the germs of decay. grown. supply to ingste millions of acres. Yet addition to the lateness of the California ) assiast a_ . Frank C Boyleston, Commercial Agent, \V. I). Stark, Traveling Passenger

i cold, went, which back were to their driven own put country by The Ie to be learned here it not to .is Rats.the New the Zealand name given to of this vine.. becan. the- San Joaquin has rainfall'no crop, the'shippers there are" saidto -s !Irn. M-MM I.1.)sisa.s... Wood witf wkn Agent 138 West hay street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. H; M.
.he lon name the Met.ro.ldro frngation has been have determined to hold back till the In staimsisd the .bstramtta's NV. General Passenger Agent Wil
Craig,
; ofm
-- There they found plenty of foo 1, ship overripe fruit (br underripe either rpbusta, a tall timber tree the lands developed and which.wgtmm. mrm tiabl to Win sates u /tmerson, Traffic Manager, i.
are planted fruit thoroughly readv for market.Not .
so they stayed and made their net ); not to batter it about like barrel 'never climbs though it has to vast fields ol Into' in. pn>_ chna. :lr .n bwllh I. mington.Kvrth Carolina. .
their eggs. But alas the .' staves. to pack with great care, handling climbing relative. Which kill other wheat. rrburtiHK in an entire lade ol "in some years have* California ". indlh.-p.rfc.il a who look** .
trees settlement .
j lid wa no'longer-as it used to feernild every article separately and carefully by clasping them with their strong r region around of the valley, whereas the oranges been so scarce here at this time, ... .. .O t 5 k.Sly* sv.r.uiaoovarcdrounf l'hsy fat believe .hat California will produce excellent of stock from England, 'kndt
Los
i and wam.- the whole year round It even though it may appear to b roots becoming tree-like and standing practically Angeles, having and i if( the Californians adhere to their tromaai m.tc.. .le'wit), what ta tornaoooi Valencia oranges in quantity for is presumedthtJhe,origination of- the
the hard. Time thus Expended is erect after I no r infal become determination to hold shipments aallad tha . witch idenlicat. The idea baa
-was divided into seasons, and warm money I. the tree that sustained themat thickly settled! with b.cl or Ihraa hoses Mldoai fall ol curia*I and the Christmas trade. jvarieties is
if yammer,was followed by a cold venter.flThejrhad saved. Do not .unjustly blame ,the first is dead and gone but they are of prosperous, energetic the Florida* fruit should have pretty silo auallant far Paa iruio* o< its to have 1 beenexpressed that the w6rd" Tarde"
(0 ; scarcely reared their 'oung- commission for what may be almost 1- not true pa.it s. So it is evident it ca. people who are making much its own way until after the (iiddiaau. IxxtkTa. o/FMid. Bad DicaalioaPaiaa / This variety ol orange 'seems in the official title was corrupted to
I
'y., Jicfore.the. airwas beginning to.o wholly your ow!fault that .while the caterpillars' afflicted the one States.mot wonderful regions b Christma holidays>-Fruit Trade Jour ibm in Hack the !bbart_Brenk Baung. upo o<*tha Anarlaaol blue 1 been imported Rivers from that the noted gardens horti of the-word "Tardiflf," although 'it.has '
. Sir Thomas
cold ail. soa* soon as the In short resolve to no .long with this funRa are real, all the rest is Unite otloa.. tha Spirit a. generally oeen supposed otherwise. A. ,
rwert strong enough to stand the long er to" the great arnry of men,who work romance.: trotter Bain- is simply an instance of : . OnrattMBea.I.o ta biardaa ad ":culturist of England. A. B. Chapman U. Chapman, the original importer of
l Te gob where advne' conditions have Dsag.en Craps X._ Great, yCrssti9s I of San Gabriel, to whom the citrus
jOdrne'heT.l flew awsy to the South. for nothing" in' the shape of'watery, bridge.may in good forced actu.I, all diatanpm' .U. s._ (the stock has what are undoubtedly
forget where their real weak: vapid fruit which- under the but faih. development. This rs pos .1(. whlc .. a industry I is' indebted for many valuable -
there al
neVfr are perhaps a few sible 'where In conversation with a number ,of; tunnanliil ". aM o t* WCim. others the oldest trees in this state.
homes are. 4 Every spring there rome ruthless* methods' of transportation doesn't know. the active factor of devel the oldeat and most experienced truck Iroas t nm pa. Cr;4 to ,. n points George H. Smith, ahd The Navelencia, a cross between the

.i ver them a'great loitering to vanishes lie a capful of.fog before a S. Gilbert. opment is the pushing, aggressive In this section ara l_ w.I"b prooar child, slarrlad imported a mixed lot of trees from improved navel and the Valencia .
I E American Under the old Sn.ni.hgime ... cr5 ; yesterday, the 'e a* a.,*< mtwmr* *a One ol Thompson ,
and their nest where them- Florida ba Sir Thomas mapy years ago.
aa axmih aJtar aMnanr. claaaaa
mae .un _ NeW potter ascertained that aU Were cheer- .. 1 has comanded.considerable at
,, southern *
California ..
h Fo
C born. They cannot resist ( would to < ana aural lboM'sraM>ravkleh these trees was not indexed. along
The article i referred to above, by Mr. b Ful, and that wbaa, tention. There' are enthusiastswho
the
SPEAK day where she Ktaiaad. aaama .ssssss da.aaMa (
K SPANISH. was at the time notwithlt.ndinJ ( the of the tre was
'thaIonnNo: matter where HOW TO the time name
thi Gilbert did not appear in this Depar- Mexican damage by a d aakaatthr aU thir believe'that this fruit can likewise, beheld
berdow: In the Gulf.States Conquest. W. .nr bvaal i a>d .r.- k lakaai k. all unknown to Californians. Scott Chap
,
\,1 ,' For' ? book entitled In 'some way we enough, it was not on the trees for the Thanksgiving1 -
Wt7ndian J Islands neatly bund ment entirely over- And ., good coming out, of lelf. a as was w c.aa at sad Lit of them-to the Atlanta ,
-t or perhaps'tbo.ands "hat'to Say In and How to it. If We had read it we should or rm'siortuna-canvbe sup at first supposed'and lack a. great pravant thoao .I.o o.r.. ...t, ._. man sent some awarded firsigoldmedafcior market. In fact a report has been
*'- > of miley-away II th.Soutb'p. Say It, send-twocents' in postage toW have doubted the .tor but could not psee vi different seen deal I of being totaL Ikani a that d "Pills 11. Exposition and--was description circulated that a shipment ot thirty .
baa This -
f South America phasanthjg'same! Tardift.
." etn part.Imf> they Craig Agent, have shown it up thorough L,. a .- aitkar t "Hartf five boxes of .Navetenciai was made last
manner
J. Genr.1
P..enger The last five have C. A. Colclough, .who has for '
thousands o surprise
of milv a
by ten and by lcalty. years been years el of the variety came as
N. C of .? L.eahDivisiotsPassener In which it has been punctured by Mr. ._. month Philadelphia and sold there
cm.( to1 their old In \hs Wlmington. ones. Manywater been engaged in trucking and who .V.p.,0-.. thn. this communityAt < nice: > to
hOme to
.- 4 5"Many ol Ihe smaller and weaker Norh, Agent,. Savannah, Gilbert-Ed.) I.e ha'v failed. I do not .oure probabl the best posted man' in I p.r" es wlanaSoly I .lavliorau a aU noaaM5ta she jag of growers held here In the Chamber for 4425 per box C. C. Thompson,

I- ,.'like the">f-.tdeN.-w1reoswrens.. Ga.' This booklet also contains'valuable Tko laforssuatloat fgu.e. but I think what w..eonildT In the county, -.tted that his ? .JTsSf *- V <" .- of Commerce, a Spaniard by. the originator of the variety, does'not predict
order-to avoid inlor.tion regarding Cuba. and earlier' an oss, would no( exceed t.. the that this variety can be held OB the
(, kinglets .a The 1 years average annual thiry-I. (.er co'S. name, of Vasquea declared orange
'-.their. enemies, .the hawks,, make their the West Indies.' . following ;was by Mrs. rinf.1 for Los Angeles was ..My. property on palC' MADB AL DVO.I to be the fLaNaranjo Tarde de Valencia. tree later than August t, and taytxb t -
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_ _ .8 I L Mance for tha November Mayflow- flteenor' understand who has' old
; for L The formationthe cannot tree.
flight by night.tor.r.ing' rest inehe. last-few a hilly only .- of Valen ;
long' years i (The late orange
'tfand The larga 'Up to yesterday we learn that _bout Probably few of our re.de. move, it .ranged seven, eight or nine inches tamed to my crop was in washing. I Afco :Chemical .Co cia.-from-which) time thereafter the enough to ship such a quantity of fruit,
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4 ; ro *. hwk and .D. .6qo .boxes ,of citrus fruit -have'leftKis'simmeesoo bur in case any on'e should hav occa 10 that ditches and canals have isd' no overflow.to _ambtmt> to any :AC been calledValencia Latf. and is Father inclined to doubt; the identification '
>' .vU.Lx.P14 fias ,
lk ,
te ? variety
V_nd th 4e,of flight ) coming from Narcoos- ,' ion to. move pl.nt they wi'find thedhectlons largely failed. About the third of thing, buf the water came with such ? 'as to -variaty' being' exacp-t'

t like-'he1-swallows,, and hurnrrungbirds.ilfmiffrahtJearlessly" see.- anr* J.O'G theibut. Prom \er easily the drouth -the fruit grower ..,lea great fore. down.the :, hillside a. to Investigation') ot the award at ths Pacific- FruftJWorldV- _' ._' V.l. ,
there point down' the understood and to produce sat do Exposition ihowsl. thai our -7'1/'
by day; .and ee.an we not get rain the country is lost." wash- .p''about cent' of _
t like the gteej! which Kllmnee ha* ala shipped ijooo crates isfactory"' r.llta .' -,- They did not get tt, and yet this fact my cabbage and thlr-fv..r- rem.ladett Js-fdenticaHn-miny-respetts A mejry Christmas. '

r *.re ) when Cn.de . by day in the past montlr*-gg Plden No. this ta-not over- has -proven. the greatest ble.ing.to, all rigbi -i: tha'HarttVTardiff ( of Florida- v--_ .

b .: birdsy".uallyflyfi pl.nt. wc' pri.> And It.I. not, apt to die out. thir l IndustijesGivInrip; limideapair I ; who Is investigation' has shewn that .Mind your own lt'maj'mindyu.2
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'Uigaini tlirciaUe It does, Idea ''of D.e.r. bis original lropo T1 -
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