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: June 19, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00077
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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fror.lnterost ont State )bonds $20,000.. onded'by'.C" 8j .Acre tbe"chaitwut''; "
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APPROPRIATIONS VETOED The Governor then proceeds to point cbliNry COMMISSIONERS was authorized; to take sudb! Action AS,, $foicpp, Per' DayThis ';....

. out that the Stat..Supreme Court* ..inan was oeonssary to have the fence put, 'rofessIe lf. C rds. J

advisory opinion written by Mr.Justltfa up by W, L.,Van Duzor on ,the.Turn "is ?.. . ,. .
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"The GovernorConsidered Many Westoott .the greatest jurist Meet 'to-: 'Regular' Monthly) Session pike road removed. :It was also moved averagfe sum paid : """ "

Florida has produced. In the 14th by C. S. Acme and .seconded by A.. C. .' : ...
Appropriations) ) of the Legislature Florida has construed the constitutional and Transact: Routine- Bass \that. the.'action taken' by tbli- daily to policy-ho1de !by? The DI,AVANS, 'AGNlfW. ,

as UnC nstltu- provision to ,limit appropriations board in so far as declaring) the roH
*. tlonal and Trims in such a bill as this to: Business &c.. In Sec.. 14, T'p.JB...S.. of n: '29,Rri ain Com- 1 A'f1'OR'H.Y .A.LAW.! .,..,.., I "

((1)) Salaries of public floors) d il public road'berescinded, so-far a< New York. ... ,| NoTARY '1-t18L1CII t I I .
them Down.. ((2)) To ether "current expenses" of. ; stmmee, Fla ? June 1H03.- I said declaration' was made, -and to 'paryy'f ''Multiplythatb ANI > > '
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the Suite. ''The Board' of County' I have the County Attorney prepare the : KlbfilMMEE, FLA
The Governo: comments as follows: era convened at 10:00 a; m.c-pmllll..l0b.1 proper notice M1't'Iqulred.by'' law, and ; f a yearfand'the( :wonderof

"This Is the! broadest; construction, as present7 Altev Bass d.Sr., '' the chairman to have the' same posted the when .riR:, :J..wt 8, FeciNI ;;r
OF J. ti. Stratton amount disappears I .. .
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A CUT ? "
265465.00 it appears to my mind, that can be Commissioners\ for the space of thirty days AS requiredby '

given to the provisions-.of -tb$.. Constitution .: Walker t.W' J.SaareCountTAttorneT law.. _ _ learn how 'and .DLNTI9T., ; :".
-- --- and 'yv.% R.;,; Johnston you where ,the
; and the title of the bill- The application of W. A*,. Thomas OflSiw over.OscrclatPharmaeT.: "

Into the Bill, the Hems Reduced : which Is must be considered as A guide- 1 The,- D.minutes C. of, th Jast meeting_JL were for a'State pensitn was examined And largest accumulation! .of trust Ornot Hormat t9O0, \ : a,. m.....to lm.;

/ Named even mote limited as It; has A'singlepurpose read And approved. approved.There ,\ 1:30 to,&.30 p. aa.. _? 'W.. [.. J, i?-- .
Below and the Governor's j .expressed In the title, :,Mak. being' no further ..businessthe fu/ids in'the world'ls'tnvested '
furnishing :
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log the expensesof In the' alter of maps for board adourned.. SATISFACTION ,0 U4 BANTXE .

Reason for his.. the Mate'government.." This being the assessor's office be' came before' Attest: as shown i in "A Bankers 1V11." Telephone .'It,, ,: .'Jun,5, lyr.
jo. Action Stated.T.11a1 true_ / passntg, the questionsthat the board And made his report. to W.'' BASS.SR.,. Chairman..' .., 1D
might be raised what he needed and S. H. Bullock of JKO. M. LEE Clerk. This ; : ; '
under a strict book "is sent : ,A. B STEYENS
on JR :
the Oaoeola'Abstract office [ At"
aaee oor JoHpondrmoa Tim.Union. construction of the Constitution and was reques'ted By W.%it. JOHWSTON, ,D. C; request

'"Tallahassee,June 14.- One of the broadest law on this posslbleoonstruotlon point I believe that that. can the the to same make and an report estimate At the of the next cost,meet-; of (You Know What You Are Taking TkU Cami>m.r mate .er\ .' -,.ice lINT1a!' '.....' .
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mo t striking, forceful rigorous and be placed on this provision would be! ingot the board. When you lake Grove's Tasteless VrIa 1'WIt-1.A..aa AXMM TmU P.acla.ldrsh i.: fiat Administered d*. ,
J. N. appeared' before to* .
daring stale which" baa to provide appropriations for 'current; Taylor i Chill Tonic because the formula leplainly ".
.jet paper ( 8.30 A. M. to is M., aslta
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board In the interest of J. A.. Anderson .
OmciHoer.
emanated for the Governor1''! office (la expenses, of the State.Current'ex; sit CoAnd aslced.to be relieved of printed on every bottle showing \ .. 113to $.30 *. *.e'*> .'
penee.ofthe State must, In opinion that It is simply Iron And QuinineIn """
recent; Florida history.Is document be limited to the1 ordinary my expenses one Frank Jones, convict from' J. ', a' tasteless form. .No Cure No THE. MUTUAL LUE.INtRANci ORLANDO. '*- .t.. ; l'TORIDAStAlrr \

filed by Governor William S. Jenningsin Of-lhe State and does not contemplateorauthorize Court, who Is suffering' from an Incurable Pay., 6Qo. COMPANY OF:'NEWYQUKI -- ( -- ......-.. i
the office of of the the expenditure of such disease And totally, unable to : :M:(W LUarl: :J t.
Secretary State ]f ,
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wo.rk. The being powerless In .
appropriations for the purchase ofsites I board Hot Weather Weakness.If .lUcKUM McCmov.rn.M-. : I''l'SliO'J' .
Crawford. In which the .GoVernoxerclses the premises referred him to. the Justice _< ,, ., : '
tor-school feel listless and aLJc.-Il. ,
butdlogV or bulldlnarpernuI.n4at YOU fagged but ----'- ftY'tP .. .
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the of the Peace who convicted him. ? .
right conferred him S
upon schoolhouses other Nassu AT''LAROIR, '
or permanent lacking, energy, you are perhaps Cedar .William'apd LIt : ; .
by section 18 of articled of Jobe State buildings.'f Bonds for carrying\ firearmsfromLewis erty. Ste. New York.Ni Y t ""
the ; Real Estate Agent.w
) U. Parker, P. G. Cromartle, W. suffering ,from debilitating effect.of
Constitution and vetoes Items th.geoer.l He then quotes definitions of "cur CECIL WILLCOX.: ManageJacksonville -0rt.ORiD '
In. ;
Nettles X1SSIMMEE.; .
rent expenses" of A government. from U. And W. H. Savage were examined I summer weather: These symptoms Fla. .. ;,.
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appropriation bUl passed by opinions ..of the United States Supreme And approved. The bond of indicate that a tonic is needed that willcreate M. TILLER.' Agent, ,.Klislcon.ee FlA. -- ;'-- <<')
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the legislatureJust' before' adjournment Court and the Courtsof O. K. Roberts was refused oa account ,
Supreme A healthy appetite, make digestion -; ----- :
ten ;days ago the vetoed. ItemsAggregating several of the States,- and proceed. of Insufficiency Of sureties.! perfect, regulate the bowels and Constipated ,Bowel. .. '
The of Anderson & Co.
'$205,468. which to give he bad.reasons to .for vetoing, .items for hire report of convicts J'.Ai for May was examined impart natural activity. to the liver: To hake, good health;. 'tbe body ,W l."Villl' lzir' o.
It If bold the disapprove: This, Heblne will! do; It is a ,tonic .
a particularly .step on and accepted and the .sum of -
should be '
.The law ma laxative "
I on this subject seems to laxative and restorative II. J. Free- kept condition : r' "
Governor's part, became, of the items well settled and I'' know of $81.25 was deposited with .the County ,
no oon- and the bowels .
gard; Propr.; >Grand View Hotel moved at least once a .. '
Treasurer to be credited to fine and '
vetoed, 188,4t)5) consisted 'ef appropriations 9 let ing decision of any court on the forfeiture fund. ' Cheney, Kanwrites. : "I have used day, so that. all. poisonous)....tea are R.' 'q \ : '
six subject.; Having been' advised that JB .
for Improvements to of Is the. law governing; the. bill under School Sub-Dlst. No. 2,.for A 3-mlll Bterblne earth for th.laa'127e..nf and nothing expelled daily Trfr,, O. ,1...;,, Edward., ; .,.............--

-theState's higher Institutions of learning consideration'' conclusion-Is) !irresistible levy for 1UW: WAS filed.l v *>. commended on to me by Dr. Newton.-New-I; was re- 142 N...Main, St., Wichita, Kansas, ;', I I'.. '" .

-and it Is only natural to' suppose that all items contained there- ofOoers The reports were of examined>the various and ordered county ton, Kan."' 60o at all Druggists.: writes: '"I'have'used' Eerblne ''t.QrelfUla" : E'A L, E'S.1;' T .
It''will .. other than for salaries of the ..
that subject him to .nrerltlcl.m public *
the lifer And fbr"
the officer's' and other current expenses .of filed and debited. 't. -Tax in'Extreme 'Babte*. bowels AND: 1INSURAP4OE I '
from thousands of'friends the States .Are unconstitutional it U The .Treasurer's report showedlhafollowing "* put ten'years, and found U li ..- th.1 I ;' " "" .
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of those schools, at a time when be'is! therefore my duty to withhold my approval amounts on, "hand In the hot weather is a 'ereAt; tax remedy.."'boo at- All Druggists. J".i. a
*even various funds, to-wl'f the digestive of babies; .
supposed to be seeking higher from such items as''' are in, } x upon power
\ .preferment.. opinion unconstitutional.' .. my', Korean. mod ....,......,.'.,,..<,v<.,'.:,...alla9 412 when puny and feeble they should be
political. Itjs A; striking. ., '
eoad r ,_..... ).r. 'i*.4 *.' 10/.11 given a few doses of White's Cream
#tep because the' clear and -foroefu "The Constitution makes U the duty County School............,......ns.-I.... :Sfa! 4t the- ohlldrens' tonic. It
of the Legislature to provide for the rim and forfeiture ..;......,j.. v.., .. 7A7 M Vermifuge,
manner in which': Governor .Te lnlnlr.'a lupportof institutions for the insaue Uoliuoi! Hnoillit Nan !......,,.,.......,..I... lot n will stimulate and faciliate the digestion

I veto' messages justifies his action solely blind and deaf t.a State. ,*house "" Bub-dbt" ,NO." t./.............?,.....-.,.,....,.....', 1M 146 4JI 1'1IM \ of their food andActive so that they boo become At all .TBESS'GOtDD DRIHK SW, I I"V. .

and flatly upon' con.tltutloQ.l.nd of re'u/teiol'/ juvenile- offenders' and ** **. 4..i/h..*......... . JIS7 78 strong Druggists., healthy'uFO.THONASON. , }

legal irronnds. The 'veto ,is furtherinteresting the two normal schools.the. The acoant&AflA 'ToUl''' ..,.....-.........,"..,,.... .......(-H4C9 42 u-. a'tf
M donations UnitedStates .
because of the far reaching from For which L ne flied certificate of dospoeto ,. ------------I. :-
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Government for the supportoftwo 'I..w :J
effoou 1 it will have upon the State's seminaries'of learning; one east i tfie.cashier.. of the State.BankThe -. Parsicler..d 3erg.0'. "


finances When in April and the along there Legislature,other was over lines.assembledhere I.IOO- river State and ,the,Aid makes and other should also it west proper an be extended of agricultural"t that'.-Suw.nnee to suitable these college were'A communication destroyed paid and- by- are canceled from In open,JV W.Whitesecretary .warrants board.. B">"o.ldae.>Pti,LL IA4A..a.SDi ae: 33. a.std'Of llo. .' 'Pho.o 41KI88IMMEC. TEE ONLY HUE IK;JOW| ,ISlfi TIE).SJWTIITA ;


tOO( In the State Treasury awaiting schools. The Constitution also ..... of the Good RoadAsaocia.tlonNas a
read And dIed AS Inform. :
quires the Legislature to provide forA 0" : "I 'J t>.Poe' .
Legislative. appropriation amount ,
f uniform system of public free school Lion.The Wears' prepared. deliver flJ'JIJ' Lz r
greater had never before'1 been bond of T. M. :Murphy, with W. A< .;
and to provide for Uber..lm.la.enan! () ... '
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B. Makinson V{. Al: Roebuck and P. -
subject the disposal of. Florida of the same.' In addition to those recognized A. Vans Agnew n sureties in the sum ..- _-1.; .. .

Legislature.' Influential representa! institutions, the State has of $oOO for Notary Public State. at ; ... ?

,tires of_many. Interests came",here'toget more recentlyrpurchaeedth. South Large was examined and approved. ['I' ] : oreJ I POPS '. VICHYr ) '
.'lorldar Military and Educational ( .., .. i : / '
slices After which the board took .
of thle.prlxe.Espectally A recess ,i '
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Institute and made one Appropriation ,, '.' ICE CREAMi. I: t '.. -X 1II II, '>/ 1.f'S ;..
did the half-down higher institutions } until 2, p. m. 4. : : it\!\
for scholarships to tho Petersburg i ::: : ; : :
The Board reconvened At 2 P,. ,M.. .,," ,
of learning seem to think the time\ Normal and Industrial School. to'any part of the'city'.t the- ; : wfEi.ji: . rs :tIff; /
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all present. ;;, t|e'" 'A . P t \, ; .
opportune to make 'strike for appropriations of"Granting these institutions, for the present. are entitled,. that all tohell1 _P. A. Vans Agnew Esq., appeared following 't lo ,w .price: :' i::*.: "' : : lte..f.-: ;. ', ;, .f' !
before theboard the I Interest of his
and ,all of them were in .
strongly represented. They asked itltutlonal current provision expenses and under AS provided this cons. client, W. L. Van Duzor, Agt., 'and Wffheq thirsty sad warm they ,will quench the. Thirst!,"and.cool
entered to the of the (
A protest opening rtt*
SOP sums aggregating, .about t62 ,000, for in the bill now.... under oonsldera- road through Seo. 14, T'p ,. l;.. 300 pounds for $1.00 you, a r4, _- .* lAparlorfortheladies'has
and the Senate's original bill aw.rded'thaI. lon I am advised :and it is clearly 29 K. 25I,8./ 200 .*' ". ,a.7G iV-,' .
be law on the lubject.-tb. even theseexpenditures -specially'pieparei :1'beylay,
amount. The House cut off '203.- must be limited to. ''cur. The application of Margaret Farrell 100 .*? ,40.. will, find i it a'pleasant' place to shopping. 'f % ,
the Senate widow of Oeo. M. Farrell. was'' examined .stop&Y'hilfl.out ,. | ...,.
000 of this, and accepted rent .Ipln... proper.' a 'e .
and 50 .20 ..
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the amendments. "It will be observed from the. bill approved. ., \. ,1. "
The bond of W. J. Sears '
AS Notary
So the bill went to Governor, Jen under consideration; that there Is a Public In the sum of WOO, with H. C. .20 *' :'U .10 Don't'Take ,my 'Word'for It.. tot Come andksee.for'YoiinsIte w,

nlngs. carrying appropriations for the provision that attempts. to'provide Stanford and R. T. Butler AS suretieswas 10 44 .05 .. AJC *.
hat the 'to
moneys appropalated are examined and approved.The *
colleges considerably excess of WOO- be used by the trustees for the. best following bills< examinedand f , .. .
were
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Guer.1() times more than had everbefore Interest of said institutions. ordered wit .
paid, to : ""'
ANqVGA
been given them. Much of this '. This in my' opinion does not change w Bate Co Com and mlie!! .*...-.,,,.-.| I'MCdAon Prices on Ton Lots or more '- x
he question of the constitutionalityof '" furnished : [ I t i .
M on appl c a o n. :
buildings .
was.for permanent equipment, the items .In the the bills, as the JBMtntton *' . ,ri';; l.- .00> ; 'e OI
lands and other purpose. than trustees mentioned would be as much A C Bate M. .'V., ""' ../ J-tlsf.' '11 00 aria' .t: R
J M W.Ika - "> "./, :A.f.'.: 17 no I : g
I current\ expenses. When Governor, bound by the orovisions of the Con- 6oMleo Clerk and Auditor.!..;. .".., WOO 12ing up Phone 15 when your'' P. -:
tlutlon, if they, were granted .the W I ttean Countr-Attoroeir.w..n; lit M
Jennings took up the' bill for consider.anon ? power ;to use the money appropriated C.r Pr>v. & Can J.ll.: '.;.....;... tt 60! "'cooler: refrigerator: needa'refllllnl' : i ll
he found Ul'l..eot.lon'' 30 of article I K f;.p. mpt poor '.rm..i'r.i: ,.?..,. m oo i 'pfiii
as would any other; agency. J M Corv,. Jinltor.v J.,. .......' WOO .. t d
-3 of the Constitution. provides: named In the bill. W Jobniton lunacy i***......;.."...,'... 7 MOFITe -
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"Laws for "I have been urged by ma.nycitizens U.. d.I. 4 4B I ; f"1- .
,making appropriations W.a.IUII. Co 41.lafecl'U.1I uid pop'r H M!) u
Abe salaries"of public officers and of the localities' wherein the. several Q M Hubbard lnque.1 fens W A K...rr.ll., 016 : .17 :::
GHataMiEedWeather
institutions. Are located to: approve U P rravutt, earn hoes eolkoted.q.c s 9H W. B. Makinson Co. : : : ;, ;' :"
;Bother current expenses" the. State the bill In totO| have beard Arguments, W a Jabnitoa tnntar few. .. \ .
Q F Pre ." . V .... ..; .I..J1 4 70M UPftt .
J ball contain provisions. ,on. no othersubject. received letters, telegrams, etc.' ,, form Ia'-.ntete atl.) ... ../<\.,,4.-.<....... 1 ftO l . '
." many Influential citizens relativetheretoand J W Thompxn ooffin p-np.r...7.........1' S 76.tiler "rte'';,;
', great, ''disappointmenthas V I UMvtt rlaUos u. per contract.: 1O4O
The tlt.e of the bi"l' was "An act been manifested from the fear thathe'institutions I w arwenl ff no-I..p.,.?. ,..,., SI at p ,
o P Pr.vatt_J P Court......;...... 1010"FPrv.ucriminal i ,
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snaking appropriations for.. the expenses will not be AS liberally eosu.r.:;. S 5El what : : I,
e .1 of the State government,,'! :'etc., ostered' as the amounts in the bill > HogaoCnmru. '....'....,..,. S7 fJ1 is ':Home ., .. 'Ae

which" clearly brought it ,under_the before me indicate for- which I am C kOllbuterComCoTTMJ.O Kowloo dlnrlnc: well oa poor.;....fara.........' MO MM OO Without Music? .. "For" ea1.b7 r . -e:,

oonstltutlonal ,, 10 no wise responsible.. It is my duty i. W C runner owl work for May parroll.. 181 M\ I : .. w't
provision quoted, . . --.. .4 .
to take care that the Jaws are faith- 800 H Ivor road work 14 OO ;
i Before taking the appropriations. W B Mtklnoon Co nails;Q d..Wrk.;; !.:.:, .' 1 OO:
up fully" executed, and to uphold the .. ..
W M IiIb.ppard.4 work M ,roll. .M 00 '
1 for the colleges, Governor 'Jennings, institution .I am also urged toper J HSImmoa. road work May parroll.... as SBEl W. B.M ;
raft the bill to become effective (if I : B_ hauling Member. Canoe or'k brd'.\ 60 SPECIALInducementa' kinsQncR
i upon'theground in each case that it) without signA- J 0 Bar.., bat feD"* ...raptk............. 100 ; :?
cannot my
approve
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-"this Item Is objected to and-.not. ,ap lure thus relieving me of-the-.reason- Tho U A RaM JoIonllOn..d road work work Mar fTfM'm... W 400 OS _..Jiaalmm..durin' the..next S ,.7 ) :
proved for the reason that it Is conidered of the bill. This, indeed J.W'Harw.llerlmissleosts. .,. .... ,. 4 KlOf eaale275--SsA,, w"' 4
5 .lbU\7 ; .4. months to. these desirous of ,j .. ..1
>rov.UarlmlDaloMt ...;..r.......... 1ft WO -' ( .
todo. But "
an fcnneoesssry ,.appropriation would. be a pleasingthing r rT..nU oou wptor .pea and to-' buying Pianos as follows: ; "
the question naturally'. arises & ft OS General Hardware :Sporting :
vetoes the items of .i.i.v.r
following fall rnvaMerlmtnaloo. .... ..... \ ,
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should I shirk a duty that night; C r j. .: soTh Trial '

. r ,Appropriation, Aggregating $77,000: upon others to perform,' sndleadto warrants. were signed; up ,In. 'fJ !AoJ1th'S j Free. --' Goods J ". a l'J: i/,

'; 'For printing Supreme Court reports, Tester burdens for the taxpayers open board. +, ,

a,. 1,000-r, "If r: to bear and complications of, thenterests petition of divers citizen\ of DI." This offer includes following- .l, . } : ' .! a

.gfl For rewards, for ..nd'.spenMl of Involed by such *failure vested on in No.'O _asking for A public road, AS follows 'renowned manufactures.: I prices' on barb wire 'nails baton bwI l g eHirl.I ]
l my part? The veto' power :, Beg. atsw corner of ni> of Q and :
' capturing fugitives from,Justice $1,000For' the Executive Is recognized' AS.. s> duty awl Sea 15, T'p A0. 8., R. ,J3,' E. 'KIMBALL -, .. " .. .. .

I. printing .delinquent. tax r, lists and.not A privilege. "' / fend run east to center of Section '18.T'p . . .
ey "I understand that It is' generally 30 B. 34 E. distance of .KRAN AC Hand BACH: :
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10 $20,000.For' ; : ,
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m ; '' conceded .,1on&1dae, appropriations about 3} miles was read and filed. .HINZE ; I '. _. "_ _
and 'witnesses before
roe Jurors' mentioned cannot ,,be,'used for other On motion ot A..'X Bass, seconded by '

o lt grand Juries $35,000.'' than 'current expenses'then; what C. S.'Acree the petition was accepted and f the renowned- ; >

Striking Bvldeae. reason could be given to the taxpayers and J; F.-,'Vtj llliams,, Solomon Rauler- KIMBALL ORQANSv.. NEW :M.AR.: KE T ;
; tot'.exacting A lure sum of the moneyOOUTIMOjP'OIf IOD 'ancS, Marion Godwin were appointed I .EA$9''GLD
rn'ib testimony. In great numbers is 8TH secs5pleadid viewers,to lay out said road .. . '

.' and to report at the next regular meetIng I ':' i
STAND
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f'' constantly'oomin>< ladeclaring Dr.King's ,. For -
further
of the board.' particulars"applyeitherpgr
New Discovery! for Consumption I' A Remedy.Neuralgic . The Sheriff was antborsed"to' secure onsil mail, ; : 1 ,
or by
Coughs And Cold's. to be uneqnaled.. A I. pabsrh.umatiunlumbs A plumber And all the, necessaryplumbing to ' REEVES: WpOD l:; ,.I PRgP8

rdf'd4 recent expression from 'T J'MoFar:. go And sciatic pains fend to the pen work fh the Court House put : 'i3 ,, ;;0''
I innuence'of' Ballard'a ,Snow ID thorough repatr.On . ;'
' N l lnn landBentonrllle, VA. serves ss exsnv .tratlng motion of J. 8. Stratton see- Having associated; \\n' 3a4ra r-3 '
pie. ,wrltes"I had Bronchitis for Liniment. It penetrates to. the nerves) .- : Edw: DeBecre ourselves! together the in. i)
the ket business we take'this method of i soliolUnsT,;at least F' '
1 1Si ,three years and doctored. the time! aDd bone, And being .baCrbe4lok) Drivett., ..' DespeirAUo. a, "'''
/ blood Its healing properties are cbn.eyedtoevery e GRAVES' HOUSE share of your trade and shall endeavor merit i
without benefltted. Then I' began 'Living of the itebst' .
being ;
out plaqeremot.e "
at AH way '
sd. of the and ; fair
.. part body civlllxatlon-: 'Klsslmmee.:, {service, and liberal dealing and:handlinr:
New from family is
Dr: Discovery '
taking Kings ,
> Mr. D. .
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wonderfulIcure. I tee .
eQ.otsome afford
;meats country *,-, .B *f..iuttonjirk. each
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:'And,A few,bottles .rbo1l1oU'e4..JquaU7 me; V Moore, Agent Illinois CentrAl often driven'to desperation ,case of 'Local a'entl t): t sand
all in season
; .Free
0 ; j j'I' ;: delivery and prompt.
, is our ,
: : effective I1Curina'sll' (lanff Rallwav. :NUanr Tena., states: I bay. accident"resulting, in ,Burnsi; 'Cuts, II : '. '

;And \" trouble; Consumption, used .Uallard'a' Snow ..Llnlcnent. for Wounds U1oera.t.y: 'ID'a supply : Sheri'" ,mottor;; ;. us .,.VyomtoptaMPHONE ,
; etcin Roberts i '. T" ... .. ) .
,
.backache myamlly. "
1' ," 't./
rheumatism ; '
'Ouara' , of Bucklen's 'Arnica Silrev/jlt'si the / ,
.Pneomonls and/Orlp.' te4 by Itis ksplendid remedy. We :; \ '. 0. ." .Il _,0'c.. :'J'T.'REEVE8.. : .

7. .. ,Osoeofall'barssaojTrlalbottlesh'e' ; , could,. notdo,without 1W'. '860,.noq jnd, bests.onearth.'aGo:1atO'/ " "' ,: '. ovola' ..J '...._.......T., r.'rTlmr' .nl'la :5 a, .''S". V :: ? : 01?::*** ..,.: l H: M. .WOOD,

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rags and Its pay many '
In
ii : A Ship Without a Country. FREE HOME LIFE I''I arrearsi and his navy a farcical col': .,, '4 fit I> t(
Mia'SRt8gets
.' : Cattle 1 Knitllnr is Becomlnf & Tiln{ The owners of the steamship Ban 11011'Of obsolete hulks without'eng1nes. :;;:"
of the Past Thanks to Them President .. Nicholas nd and whose guns could not be fired
are having end -of trouble
. A. Picturesnue. . . Body.;:{ DIM t Is. Co-operatlac With ,Arizona'i !In tl7tn.- to get clearance-papers, for BOTANIC BLpOD HALM <$.n.N.l. CVAKS OF TURKEY'S{ SULTAN uch Is tho such personal Is the-power,na/lleU.m/ of Moslem.of the ,
their vessalvfrom' and %
Governor in .Stamping put Manila to ,Nueya nlnn; t
,Borler Oal1a1l"r,. t-i .MI. Caceres ports.It.seems Blood. and Skinl .lj ..+1 "'" tiwirf' In the! sncrcduess of his person S ,
.. that the hIp: Is without a that he. would have but-"to raise hlf .
V .. a : Zxtraor tllnary flnr8*D the History to Ids I\J.1I1Rrd\"r: .' "
-- ".. flag and being so cannot be'' cleared t.u : hand to saltier :
from this cUbe Day, BeZu :Sow Abased by A'rant :> of faithful. .
port The Collector of Customs nlllllt time .
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a opponents .t .Allzona's his man was-In an adobe house near has refused-to permit the vesselto a..imiiinat. Bon Vlwrs I'Klan; Cuacwv, Blood. U..hl.PolMrn. .....b. Every"" Katlon, Bat He Goes oCajoUair toys: or TaE BIOTAS. ; ,

t claims who have the Mexican line entered: alone caught: : sail under the United States flag ,IIEEP; ..EATaD: *:A8K...ASfKClALTtT.. Other .StiUS With Absolute Within\ a month lie couWr wpeij) be
-OjUU' a point against the the bandit off: hli guard. compelled him. and the Consul of Spain has refused : Egasntmity. :.m .1-1 s-! t 1-1 S .r-s place a inlllloir\ find a bait p\e'-4.1n' the
') as the home of to filv I up his weapons and turned him .the use of the Spanish, flag. Just Send no inoner., ''Simply.-write Held. They wouhl kO Ill-clad buf'well 'I"
,
_' "bad man" the bdndlt, ovec: to the authorities. Chacon was where the trouble lies could not' be and try Botanic.Blood 13i:1-iii-TB-1v: ( : :, -.Cr+3 armed: I they would siiffer! ronsldwrably
the train{ robber and the cattle rustler legally hanged to the delight of the en. learned this morning; 'but It Is a fact adage: that tlm" aten ,. barervldentry> not kept posted cu the tire Southwest built Is with difficulty' that the San Nicholas has been 'ordered B.:) at our expense, to prove .that! I Ilvo lonjri Is nowhere bettor from would: not lack ammunition, 'oDet' kd;,

work of the Arizona ral1 t'I'IJ. ,1t' jQ that the motle t. follsmlln } be In. not to leave 'port before. the U. & B. cures the worst and-most"decrAaeated 'T'I exemplified J tliau Iii tuease they would bring wHh them to the, "

+ This most daring and' picturesque dared to talk of bid' part in bringing the flag question is settled.. Blood\ and Skin Diseases. of Turkey__say': .an' Eastern battlff t they ground that' spirit of bravery :4
body of mouotll: '1Iollc In jLhe.wrfld!! bandit to justice. Three times has -vessel taken t.
Judged ,
thel traveler. N"'o-powe-r, uo race, ; 'which /goes with IifOIlOIIHKJU.
If. suffer from bad.blood, nud t1 detcrmrnatlon
has literally "Meaiied out' Arizona'srough Captain' Mossman.'is! ; a most you producing
picturesque on coal and cargo for,the. southern In tho woi'ltl'ill'ell * persistently: : : I and mv obstinate pover'ot1.1I1"lclIl
element a statement that means characte :; He''differs utterly ports, and three times')lal she been : itching scabby eczema, scrofula scolded and remonstrated, whim and l reslstaiico, such II",, could **
,
.a great deal in view' of the fact that thoTerritory I from Captain,, his ; \
Itynnlnf .
successor.!
refused clearance papery by the Collector ulcers .
astltq
poteol the world.-
cancer, ,blood ., warned of Impending punishment shown loy! no other troopsin ;
has held than
always more ICynnlng was second lieutenant In
of Customs The boat has eating) sorer bone pains' pimples, Turks have been by tho great: /( .nations which itt the Turks '1M tho.outcomeof
;
Its U buf
share of tbe iaw detyjng swagger Troop of Roosevelt's Rough; Itlders beretofore 'aa.ied: under the company of Europe", 1, love for their threat. .' ,;
errand ruffians who have gone-under and commanded the 'company In the offensive eruptions swellings risings their Intense
,
flag, but as she is expected' to takeon The Sultf\n\ tono back: no : 'nud their blind dovoliort '
present t'UI'I1.'Atbttrllllul.. ,
tbe descriptive name of "bad men. Cuban campaign after.Captain Me-
wounded'at 'large consignment of money-at oe the !skin: offensive! '.catarrh further! than tho date of his .accession! \ to him they call!! master.Be .
has Cllctock ,
This work not "accomplished was Las Guasl-
Neuva Caceres for this port'it is essential +ted rheumatism has ruled Turkey foa. twcuf '-*,lx whom they flay
or deep-set .old. we i the m-sallsints
-without loss. Several of the'rangersbave '' mar ,It has always been Moseman'spolicy that she have a'' flag of .
been'severely 'wounded, and two : to keep"the t"Ti.Hpr_ and dee. nation f some. advise yon to take H. & H. It has yenrs. Ho come to silo throne aiald they will find In the .Inevitable final
.. .combat peradoes tllejullll-:: ; : ; to- ;; aa a. guarantee <* the htppere NCPies.of. blood and violence. The firstyear : with Turkey n task poin-
of them have been killed In .on1 'arrestsuspecta The_ rL the ; ;; : curod thousands of tho worst oases struggle/
vonsaf ,
I
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very L of his 1'elgn11I'1' darkened >yJlteluoTTniTgnittTouiFwnt tuna' undertaken Ivy. ___.
with.'desperadoes. But for every-ran. on 'general 'principles.. "ISyniliiS'l -,, the parcdwltlL.ykje1I!, .! !
much-upset over matter and' where ....
com li r-mnlrg.
even: the body war s Tnaj i: 6r i r 4> &- II.JJIJUh..l1qSu.l.rM..
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!
lawbreakers !
killed wounded ..- cri:11111ttt
get or : many ; : 'il'l1pter. though; not'Jens al"'I.Ive. plan! of the repeated losses which .
!been Moaeman'was ulcers and boils blood thin with that It has over yet .known, and the.
have bitten tbo dust or have for yearn.foreman bave been Incurred the play. f
by holding of tins
brought/ to Justice. The ranks of ibex. of .tlu>.jVxtec Cattle Company owning akin and blotch of blood-stained episode / .
the boat after being prepared to make agonizing, itchifig,burning been uprea'l over the twenty-Ore years. Tit Fuel l'rnblt1'50l".4.! J .
,rangers hare alwaysbeen kept .with 40.00O head of cattle near Uolbrauk the southern ,three .times.The' Mason, whose,
of determined "voyage!!: where doctors, patentmedicines lint have followed with! lurid iwparftiallty. Cons'ul-t3enerul reports:
there
plenty Ariz. .
out a gap ai are '
llhlmlnallng.lins .
;Collector Customs-'Is '
of lnveeltigating nlwnys
men: '''willing to- step Into theM Mossman'e early experiences 'In.. the and and, Hot Springs failed. Blood ., from Uerlin are Instalmentof
,the matter will decide which ended In Just fontrlbuted n.fiwlij
charmed circle of twelve for the rant cattle business For a"brief period
bare him
made an ex- Balm kills the humor
poison
as to wbat'shall be done In the case; or the seemed to enjoy a Information on the nf|.lnllo fuelbriquet -
country !
gers have never Increased bcyondthatnumber. : pArt rider and roper; and bis: feats with 1800
.
t .' the revolver are the talk of the.southwest. vessel must wait-Manila. Cableoews. in the blood, heals every sore or term of quiet and of relative well be- te lndu !"W-H matter that was

{ I .. makes the blood and But this' fictitious appearance of poignant interest Iut"Iu er and
ing.
Thanks to the rangers 'cattle"rustling As a man hunter be is-relent- pimple, pure .
{ \. 1. getting to be! a thing of the past I )less, aDd on the trail he knows no FOLLOWING ORDERS.Mrs. rich; aches and pains vanish for- was In reality attributable to the tack lUll) !b. so again.Briquettes .made In Germany of
of the European arc-
In Arizona. Two years ago the largest I .ucb-thlnll 011I fatigue To see the man .- 'Hiram' Often-Hera, Bridget that the attention I'l'I'owu
Botanio Blood Balm B.B.Ii. \ and. coat 1f
: ever. ( ) directed elsewhere, with coal, or lignite, peat ;
cattle owners Ti the Territory Were in Pljotiil 'or Blsbee, dresaed fin what fee how dusty it ii Is under the bed: powers was r"'
wnoaT"trl'
.thinking seriously of ;.seeking! other bo, terms his ".tor clothes... and,, with BTldc&t-Ye.'m.. ',1-" thoroughly .tested for 80 years ; the'result that tho misdeeds of the dust There arc -'SU:! ( b )
factories alone, working up annually }
recruited from a flower In bis lapel, would l of Palace and I'orto passed unDotcl'dl1I.t! / qiwttc t
ranges. Cattle rustlers one .never Mrs. Hiram Offen-Haven't I impressed comf ose< pure Botanic ingredi over forty-four million tons-oflignite.

tho ranks of Mormons Gentiles and pick him out'as an Individual to strike upon you that you. 'muit. sweep ents. Good for .weak stomachs unrcbuked. !! The proiluet l .Is voiapnM.. clean,. ,\
Mexicans: preyed upon flocks and terror to the,, heart of a desperado. under the beds? .A, HQcn. Dl1.ZJ5 Start. with ,8 clear. ,
Iicrds;- No man's sheep cattle'were But'lt la a. fact, nevertheless, that this Bridget/ -Av coorse. ma'am an weak kidneys Drug store $!, per Apart from this period ef Immunity.; pnsy to kindle burns smokeless, ""1

safe from the depredations of the law. nlaD, both through his own prowess. b.w_coqld the duet get there if I had large bottle, with complete directions the Sultan has been consistently the strong aauie.- practically cool. [

t) lesS' local authorities"were powerless.Thecattle and"throlJllb."1118 'wonderfully effective not swept It- under?-Philadelphia for home cure. To prove it bcst-abured insn In Europe-flay. In. hud The cheaper thanKOotlUHumluous material Swirls to have :1,
: thloycf In many-Instances organization of the rangers' is held In Press. the world. In nil history there Is no row
B. B. B. free writing forfjiflve cent, vrnli-v., Tbfl 't
1' sent nbont per :
cures by
tit worked jt'4orgnnieed' bands: They more dread than any man since the similar rain of n great monarch being ad"
would descend on 'a r'angedrirea/ off active days of Pat Garrett. the captorof Fruit acids will not stein food dyed .Blood Balm Co., 822 :Mitchell BO repeatedly'threnteued with tile 'con German lignite Is ,ullltle too wet but* m"Z
tisample
little tad dry )
tbe'cattle or sheep, and have the stock "Billy the Kid." with- PUTNAM. FADELESS UTES.i street, Atlanta, Gs Describe your sequences of his nets by the greatest. Jheulltl'lau n ;;)
IK pronouncedIdeal.
from MaIiimn:
, 1 )disposed ot before ft posse could be put President DIas .of-i-Mexlcdihas cooperated i i LI i. i nations of the .earth still comfortably "
rUo'lCnra lathe best medial .. trouble and free oonfidentiaT ." contains the correct .t
with the of -Arizona wa ever n cl special It perceutawof ;
ranchmen-were.
nq< -theirtrail.Many governor limo tenor 'of Ills with
for all affeotlona of throat and lunp.O. .-".. pursuing way and '*i
cruutUi-s easily
In collusion with tbe desperadoes some,. in sthmping out the reign, of outlawry EMPSUT: Vanburan. lad., jr.b. 10, 1500. medical' advice sent in sealed letter. bland disregard. of the warning: > moisture
tt l '
)& with'criminals.' ' and his famous company of ruralcs The trouble with th. caiy-going fallow brhiiicttes. so <-l<'nn that a* one of ?
Y Hamld. who Is without doubt the most
ft But'the people( of. Lrlaoats began to bate patrolled tlie border on the Mexican U .that it's so hard to get,him started..Bronchitis. '' r extraordinary figure: In contemporary" the ('xll'rt. at Mngdebiirg 1:11. "they 4
"
r 'fastlr themselves'' earnest,*and "*oou side with, a vigor and skill that'is - I Vacation School. history is not greatly Impressed" bythese might be used for INPP 'wclgbta.. 1\
TkeilAr second the work of New Yor4t- leads the world in the There thousands of pmre miles
things took ft.dlltcrent'ftinr. : : onlytb the Arlzouol'anrprL menaces Ills. Majesty IN n very n..1
number and of its of such fuel In Julf -\als. There
; r sOP. rangers sprang Into existence. Americans and Mexicans frequently variety publlo strange and"cowprx 'character. a tit \
Burton" W. Mossmau'of; Blsbee. the pitch their tents together while "vacation .choo}.." but there is one kaleidoscope of startling contrasts. lie are .">5..(Cl) i>'' Itl... of lignite beds

'''first'Captain'tvas'-chosen' : because of on scouting duty. Several times details :. kind which It eaDDot.'r'or geopraphlcal. Is personally brave on occasion ns! nliuont at o,1 In the 1'nkotas and

"e Ills kuowpcooldesd; his skill, with of rangers have crossed the' line reasons, compete with London. any Turk of tradition, nnd yet he lit I so :\0110!UI. and Inmicinte <|tiautitle In
In. of .The Board of Education' ol that city Missouri Iowa nnd other pars of the
the revolverEleven{ ,- men:ivcro! putt hot.pursult criminals fleeing for: beset by the feat of 'asfasslnatlon as to '
under h''.. ..eamm ndl and eleven areunderthe'tbremnad'ot Mexico. Colonel' Koatcrllsky" ,nud his 141 bITe kept Ayer's Cherry Pectoral maintains "holiday schools" In various /ender: the existence of tl\raa nbout Vest. Tile use of this material would

the captain today troop once' invaded the United States In my house for a gnat many places abroad for adults desiring him altogether Intolerable.STHAfcOE . make COIIKUIIXTS Independent of the
The force Is never enlarged.--but In. a similar manner but no question! year.It Is the best medicine lathe Improvetheir knowledge .ot.forelgn : / Coal Trust .
'" when ft member' .Is killed'' another have ever been asked! and no red tape world for couth and colds. languages. At Caen, the old capital of OO TB nlCTIONS. UrllueUt'ld,! made Berlin a !

f4; !l' quickly steps Into his. place. These formalities have ever been. demanded.The J. C. William, Attica,N. Y. Normandy: board and lodgings are 'A year or two age at a time when ;I smokl'll'l They are nod] nt.front
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twelve iraenyreprcsent; (be' ''finest \type i dlflculty l of operating against provided at from 83 cents to |1.25 per. tho air Around Y lid I as hummed with 'l.tO to $2.11 per ton of 2'J4D. pounds

.,' :. t., pt fighters la the world.t; It U tho same these southwestern outlaws may be -All serious lung day. At Nancy one can live for C2 threats of imKliiatipn the I Sultan. on the cars st th> (l.tcry. At these

t. .,' type that composed' 'ft'large' clement Imagined when U is known ho.w thoroughly troubles with cents a day. Nowhere Is ho charged driving to tile Friday cceremouy at rates tin factories pay dividends' 'of' "

;t In Roos velt'. Rough, Itldcrs and : organized: the desperadoes have begin a more-than $1.25. In addition to, the limo mosque was violently accosted by fifteen to_ twenty per ceut. ) _
} .that gained, the admiration of the for- hero l in. recent years.. The gangs hare tickling in the throat. work of the school the students are' an armed! pensnnt.! The man sprang. ,

#' sign representatives 'on the !field'In spiel in mining: and cattle camps who You this at first conducted to places of interest In the through the eordon of,troops! lining the Mo Mad roe atongnos.eSome

kit { Cuba during the Spanish war:,_-,',, -- keep them well posted on. the movements can stop neighborhood, and altogether'si happy route and rushed shouting at the royal from Jnuger-anlmall iHilionFiig are quite ImluD.

".; ..c.r.. .Every; ,>. member of the Arizona ran- 'of the authorities. When' the in a single night'with time maybe spent. In July and August carriage with'" outstretched arms. Ills bite, toy them the nlou nose, the 1
rt;: gcrs Is an' expert shot with the rifle' alarm Is given the bandits retire to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. such'schools will be held at several Intention was really lanocent. lie among'
*'KJ. ( 'or' revolver He' has had experience rendezvous In tne''' most Inaccessible places In France, Switzerland) and wished to present a Petition. but his bl'llgclPt and the ,pig. 8U' specimens| ,,
Corwarded toCniniettc !
t'on the cattle range And knows how to mrts of the mountains. Some of these Use It also for bronchitis, Germ .-New York World. manner was In every way suspicious. ( mongoose \(10.

"7, y "use the Jartat that hangs at his saddle. hIdIng places lire veritable! fortresseiu consumption hard.'colds :i .--..-- The i Sultan, however pulled up his .from lutIDlfUI.(] and these
i iHis particular It was stated, bad
,He knows the strength-and weakness' which (ireneH stocked with arms . ponies-: he drives himself on tbesn. oc 'nliunl"}
' i t{;' .J" ...r every criminal In the Southwest and provisions, Until the rangers were': and forcoughs, of all!kinds. Practice. ; | r L': casions-nnd I. taking1;;! the document' ,never 'bcl'D.set at- liberty since they v
.
ti' ; ":>..*.' bale even too ready to meet tho organized the desperadoes practically TkmslMi I Jk,sec.. $>.. All hat.... 'Knlcker-How did he" become' an expert banded It ",Ith'/\/ smllo to the Ministerof wore'\ Imported so that they bad had
t;;,' <; 1).OIIt.dre.II.ded) outlaws, even though: the ruled Arizona 'as they could not be accountant J .,.'';. !u a..j d 1 M I War,, wlio sat Ix'Hlde.htai. ,; ''." .no previous' eiporloiico of snakes or

' .. .vdds be all against hlnu, Every ranger successfully hunted down aftertheir e- ,. dr. If II. .."' h, Bocker Proving to hie wife. "that,. It J'Yet' a'.fevp jflju's later walking In his. venomOn arriving at tho laboratory
'Is;always armed and readyor enier- raids: But the-work of-Mossman and th..a 4. ..bbe ..,.., If _"II' fo -. was twelve when'he camehorn. at garden.lien an unfortunate gurdener fJ of'b..litle creatures seas placed,
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j h, ";Ken le ..-ne ls always in touchwith; Hynniug.and their men! baa completelybaffled to L-e..k.ti 1'n.ell with :d Y't tak.a-.h.tssaC a. three.-June Smart "Set. engaged" In Redding:! : out fuchsias Vpraug, a glass cdpalcnl" 'a largo
i. the J..It.T K.u. .... to his feet at the masters cobra. The lrl; lone rising -up ;.,
) :.j :ibis'chief and always ready to1 carry desperadoes.! The "bad approach (
er .g ; : :the law Into an.p rtof tbe Chaparral men" never know where the rangers DANCER the Sultan quicker than thought shot and dilating Its neck started with fluT 't
A SPOT.
,::' 'l f;' with the'"rifle., A crime Is reported may be scouting! as It Is tbe policy{ of -- -' hlui through the bend with the revolver 11.01 the mongoose but the later;

9 -i ,'from. *(horse stealing,to..n, stage.rob- this remarkable organization to travel .A dangr us'epot for lie nlwnys. carries.In thanks to its irnordliiary aUtT.: eicnp '

V tbety: ; aDd the rangers promptly hurry singly"or by tubs! uule....' sOOle: emergency pain is the small August, 181KJ, .when the streets of **! being cfttgbtnl ;>.. .
: calls them together. The Constantinople with the blood of upcll 11 led I' I the moment
,I* to. the' -or"snch'"ot'-tbMnlasKare rangers of the buck; |It ran
' Vftvallable. They'1)eYer len 't1ie'trail are.always on the move, and they are i I Icartrid tells of kidneyIlls JTOOO slaughtered Armenians.l the iSf 11 n corSeT-wf the cage. Thisstunnedftpndlllou

<" ffuntH; they"tl.a"e'IOmetJ1a.) :deflnito to likely, to torn up In, any part of 'the as'do mOlt '.an passed the day shooting pheasants' lijJwevcr. did not l last long; -

>ij.oj.ae, \ )) rt. Unless a ranger Is too far from country at any time. They are always pales.. and aches In Ylldlz Park where bulletins were oust limo liicrnsinl cobra wasp

p "V J;-; lvUUaUon.itaydai so he,1s exi?eeted'.to Surprising lawbreakers rtfd-banded e8 and shot shells r I In the back brought to him at,the progress of the II to make n frch attack upon ',
.
; oend.! ,In a|re orl to (Dovernor.
'';l ;every week. A sample report from one potato characters show! how thoroughly best equipped ammunition __ with backache Yet In the following! year after the with (Sylile-opeii Inotll..j-nshed and

rJ',i e.,.':'of.these brave and modest troopers'Is ..itbey 'accomplishing the work of. and end with war with lrecce, ho presented every jumps I upon the 1..01 01 its PDt'm1.if
"llt.\t ....foao"-... C ridding Arizona of.the lawless. factory in the world.AMMUNITION. r Diabetes l Drop Greek prisoner of war, and there were viciously I bit Us upper JU" .;
',; ': "'r'P1bnflpt t JoJhu-d7lett Clifton and Governor: Brodle,, whotakes great 'I i ia IK J:
:'-,\, .- v -l drtowata"Bn: Francisco Elver. wide[ lu 1 the work of time", rangcrfr, ta' ,; :r ;A'.t ease.. Cure KidIney and chartered vessels for their Thus, although In sUe but a little I

'.' '-'f, lArrested Mexican Rattlesnake gulch, himself an old-time Indian fighter and '., and Bladder return to Athens. 'With special care for larger th/1 a squirrel, this tiny creature ? '1
Z ;turned:over tocavtlrarlttea>> \ iSfr Clifton. well acquainted :wUuthe ylle of, the\ of tl., M. ,C", rake$ Is nowacceptedoy.shooters -J troubled before (they reach the *crl- their (comfort. But Indeed many quite was more than a match for Scobra' .

% 'Went.out af"" 1JbidU1 DJ dulrderer. southwestern 'bad men.'' Brodic bas I as I ous stage.: Read bury easily It can be iincnilc'd-for acts of kindness\ and of two yards loul.Van.t..taUOD. / a

: ;'KI1resl.tlnA' arrest." given every.:encouragement: : to'. the! I "the wOl'1dA et nriarrl" fnt00 .. II" dodo courtesy are In his record '

.I, << .raftgera, and If.-ould no'doubt afford ( : t = W.'J. Dill, of 40( South Union street; The huge mass of his dependentsswear. J.PBB... Cavrt.
:' .2 C ptaintoeAfa?: dI sti i imghlaeap)- him keen delight to be able'to'participate ' : well i In arfy gurufl Concord,'N.-(};, proprietor. hardware. Jjy..Jlini.thc) ; ._gladlntors ofhis There Is- no barbaric splendor'about' JI'

1 tare of Bert Alvord. the notorlouetraln in their active work. lie. has made 1-I" .Tour dealer Fells ft. I and harness store Justice of the Peace!, Immense bodyguard worship"him.:" The"trntlarsiaud he-court of-Janaii -uo loes-thoEni--'.- ;

::;, robber. and Angnstin Chacon, better: many suggestions that.-bave respited '( i I and one. of the best known residentsof others who bay*" dealings peror Insist on fantastic forms of 1

W. ,4nown'te"Peleto," a notorious Mezlan In clearing,('ertaln.II.trlctll of crhnln-t. .Th.tUnlba'M.tllllw, : that city says: "Donn's Kidney wltbT the Palace are loud In their nge. He II'3U8t a plain IndlvldoaL' ;v' .

:< >i babdlt, who'Inaugurated. asetgq &l*.''' 4 as long as he Is In the g ver- t"s..s'h'l.l' ,Cat "' : Fills proved a very efficient remedy in praise of Ills generosity and justice Ills guests ho receives standing,and 5e' '

'K'of bloodshed In tbe Southwest ChaMtlon nor..cbalr Arizona will continue' jpIgakp 1 . . I ray case. I got a for at the Gibson! It Is due to bin Imperative" orders .ntrr freely Into conversation-with all.t a 1

.5'A;V ,con' 'JD I1 ntUq l >WI>ld headway agalastiitirttsj 3'1. Bridgeport" ", - Conn: Drug Store: and used them for disordered that the Palace ,hat no 1 bills- of any; There Is scarcely 1 "objee'that. dots o

+ ;will Cae ed t"" IOaW.\an te.liD ; lt' lent.' 'Certainly Jjf kidneys and backache, from sort;, everything/ being paid for when not Interest him or one be Is

t I fbt. B1 e 14.' A tWfr.lW tWJ&4D8eri1, **0v tlifJr, y>rpianl4tl ,l1 ,-.... timl atl J"OYSPERSIA which I had experienced'a great;ideal ordered. There are no happier or better not well Informed. delightful fcoar.It ., ,

_ : ethic band of cutthroats peopleliving under ex-Governor Murpliy. bas.; befnUttlcr of annoyance; trouble and pain: The paid workpeoplo In the world than Is Jils custom to surround hJ'nsclf

r.':" in the mining CAD,1p :of,the:Cllt- :short of mnrvcllous, and the.JloT' kidney secretions had bothered me for the 500 Greek girls: In his carpet fnv with clover men-men who'a'*.tDln .

Ron o onntatns dill not dare to travel ellst.wbo Is looking for'thrilling>inglt a long while were very Irregular dark: tory bud tile fat und prosperous! cultivators lights. of their professions, .Eng Inern. 'f

., a-. : _lgt Ih.'WW't WItI. AtDl98f 4.iPIeef nvte're rr4-.ifth4 11) eugl! I colored and full of sediment; Tire Tills' on Ills. farms .::row. radiant al artists, musicians., writers,' 'Ioldler. !
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:t77'- -.1I oidnes> he-roae-fbrousiLcentrifl.i ana_ : ittgtng cleared it all up and I have not had mention! of his nnw' ;' "dentsts. every class of persons "be'
.
'. .,'t.1 Northern -Arizona.' .holding'u sM Irsm 1 i polltsrotYhesouthweet.-D.ilet 8.f.1...J it...' .. ., ;. ti.. a'en.Ce, an ache In. my back since taking the, 1110 won distinction-are welcome at t,
ling houses In Jerome. robbing stage H. publican.,. ___."" ..\a 1 ....1T.e..tNq., I ... ._..tat... last dose;' 3I mtlehtrongermud .. yle ACMT OF seize! the Toynl table for It Is' one-of\ the
.
dZ: < 1 ti..II.Yd.Y.raM n tot..l ti"""otrto.I .101..11. ...'_"".pei......_....Itlo.....1... my health .generally ,1s Improved fewer And yet than 80&O-lie-maintains] In-JiUv-pay well no clamcet.te of the Mlkqd*'that In>
.Mll. ..41.. spies ns-- ns a ,
'Ji.,I m rJ :lirtf.t: : fm. idfledttao; fl t a11Ad'.u"pl7Ifltf upoii'a 1 ; bIJ.lap i : nre i i ,Ii4'wds';e h-i.I ...7 11''..l.XJ"='l ..:S O.w t"C $v <,l I''::: I .a great endorsement deal I am of glad the to Pills piako; trusting a public huge force of secret police and there thoroughly dl.trlbuton.Impartial.of bis" favors he'l"r

[ .. eieWyaraJaJb.u euit/4aslaMdalYiirltjl tt 'i..e11.3:::..W M.MI....fmcr City;Ll.fliaf Is a sinister Incloauro In Yildl ground.epotelt .
,k.. e leg.tberpJle.ofla.otioaswitl.lime&o ... . that It may be the means of relieving be '
to the1
; burial-place of a'large Row .
Dlett.i.
"t 11ft, .D'flWlPt o tlcLFrll! aa i'naa. some other sufferer." e"n'sp.a
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1t n..lh"AI'-rJa&.tA1k.1urn.ed: P1l.h' : ror number of ""Young ;Turks" who,'' summoned When IlerliertSpenccif1' .btgan'' the(|
the
arl: bones of these men a month It would A PuiE'TniAl/of this-treat' kidney'' :
?wong\ .tek! tojravel from '"
''' : [ '1Mbowelsit to the'Pulacebave composition, of "
a.'nlii'ti'e' rlittG "fo 'b6dz' tLtl'htaRsyfte 1"fOisah"kben 1 medicine 'which Mr. never again "First Principles'.1;" ln \
t eAllwamBlIlultW'ent cured IIIII Will be
been i
t seen. leco. be adopted the 'of dlc-il
mailed to any part of the, 'tilted; Stateson practice
) A great lover of 'music he '
ced iEUit1'Dno 1 application .Address. Foster-Mil- Invitesthe luting to -aiuttimensU.ina! .,
,yM oul no .....a : burn Catty most famous European artists tovisit spending' the.-eumrucr by the shore ofd,
? Duttalo..N.. yj;. For sale by '
: him, and has Scotflsh loch 'ills' Habit
_ bury their dead )Ju these mountains. for'years retained a dlat
air 'The all LO
plete4\ : .dlata"ee rc uirestpretest$3remarked druggists.-price cents per box. .A t
had ft reiforsTlaiViJlSijti'Jb( the.servlces of a.j1um er.t musiciansat \ tate for.a tit
.Fp .Chacon > wIth a nowtog109)c. .. n..' > ii i 'i _ quarter an )our.th n row;
7-eJ l1.pcrlOns? ; and doubtless this rec. ) .. b2 t .kA ..wIow hoil141,I .." -J, .Th saloon) U. now ....hibit.cl.1Q tml Tour Europoaanelebrity..- He gives in for.. an equal period.. ,, .,pbject
: rd W ) Jt ((1tW '''VTIN.::: States -Main., New Uampthue Kansas the theatre''ofspthotpalat" > -an ideally .vUmnlatlng; the Sirculatlon,1ot the J
pe.ptnre spftia fieTi IVl idttidal' ftml tt lr'hours "! PaJ I.........'1'.....0004 IIo 0.'L ....: and North Dakota. beautiful structure ',
rere knoTvajr or din h.ot If the Journey,,ran .be& onej u !. . -f.a..' Cal rim _;.B" 1" I" -the most charmIng I. blood a, to.carry' him through anptbcr:
Ws3tfnCIt.-vrai: d.b snded'by: tie people twenty hours by.tralnr' M.d\.a.n or;;:I:;souat.ru. ; i.e..a STUART'S' entertainments,,,where,;such per flftcen minutes' dotation end so on"
:'a ot'ArUona. tan4 W/UtlQJ1t! Oaptatn .' .,..... co..Chlaa go.e N.Y. ps FREE formers as Jlesddrnes nerD .rdt.. Ruse, through the' forenoon>' Neither then r

l' gasJ I first l wpedlUous:. Ti ,cape !' :Wars' of Cet.mltt/B; ../ .. ," >LIS TEN MILLION BOXES.AFCO CiNandBUCHiJ etc.' .,de.Jght his guests. hor"afterward 'has lo"-woriccd'In the

t} )eF atned..tba,.Cbacon.bad: <'_:. y_' ..I.itsilco'wjth"Alrord -poe to Shooting.} by'4ar.tbomottpop$ t FemalyPm. -To-.ail who- ...... .t U> th.-Irthndof-- --" thmM' _,, A atrnngo'char cter-truly. Anh< yet, afternoon. Ten .years1 Jat.t. at 'tim*. ,
+ : > ) .. < ueld up! method of,ending )lte."tll: | poison) ifnd 4 ... .. WEAK \VbMKN ,. who sifter' with Kidney. Liver,flail, Bladder' although hit .trcMUI'1"IS bankrupt! and when1' -'bis health' tll' tea; loW ebb he'
ALET{ 'Koulhent'Wciflc'tMln l afCochlse.1' ; drowning_ In' the 'order1cainKl.: ,TJie \ strong and defaced. i_ or Blood and Bnohu.i DlMa lh,..!nr Y....npl.t wrathdrn I* boll Kidney of Btu.M11t'Ola raid his revenues .show' n'yearly. deficit of would go. to AI+ l' ('Quet, court j In 'tbep
AlT ofd :wffs > n-ed'ijr ,lr>ng'btitIri'the: ; pereentagbotiuicido1s'hlgb! ( amepg -, clods ......y. 1.1 pocikrn Lt*.r W Klloln.,'wlI b tent UolutelT fnMofeo several millions; '.although throughout north,'of Louden; piss with the,man In H

tS ash ehtI wuetlNTtb iiiret5tdet";:but conCaptain .those' where .mother werenborntMn 44 i : age lor-to two-cent' II' aist( DKUO l. Mention M'lfO:: CO.tbl,frt.&.sr,aim. tAildmo,Atlaoia,Oa.ARr.'CANCER the length \and breadth* of him domin cbargt J,and dictate I Ju the.Interval b
:laded rte\ tietray! < QhtZ'on: France with Germany-add Olusstan- plain botikof wrapper.valusblefnftxat lytltefort ions .his ;subjects .re. grpaolng-:utuicr game,- { '
.te
1lo".mapllIduce4Al\"o: to creep the Poland secood and third. :T&e'. detthf I' ,&UosIrb>itbrM. .... Ad-- CURED NITROVTCVTUNti. his terriblemisrule; although bit cap- ''j ; .f .r
}fIDe'.'WlttJ-tll) ;can'Chacon. came rate from suicide'of those wUooe mM* p. '. .'drusAft. 'Cbalml O.; . Aq.w Ve etabl. Remedy' Ital.sud every big,town are-terrorized The aaeseo'blctims[; over'denjtn'- '. 't;
P. .1II,
Y r biwtoatenitblrtO" .te.1' a'bunch ers'were boi-h 4.HhWtr_ .ft.dfetat[ ,sfls 4, l' 'clii i.oFnmly ..'' ...o ; Cure .......teed 1.o Ii Pf.a.,Every"hunt.Case and Ire4tod.Sara.. by such hideous system of espionageand .1000'nativo'potiulnttot(, )ii'groatestlUtah '; : ;

"" :".a..t:; \. 4M 7". .. . w-atve Ute h.-n.or U\la pa p e ''WLM "TIOlr4L: OANCItR" MEDICINE:.COIiPA.. BX, consequent blackmail as has never ((6,1)) ana in J r y ,.
t; .' ': '.. )tJ.'I'lPI. 1 ",... '''11.1:1: ,ewn/Lns. 'to''... dv. .rtl: .....-tA.. :22.; r.*os), [ ..l-tII'teu JS"U4l.uataII. ,U... '. :yet. teen known' ; although ''his army: is {18.0).),, < smales. .,\;
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,A.-SERMON, FOR SUNDAY JkowconilderinR. "..it' Lincoln Cathedral Th. June. ""Smart Set. .

'I :-r R ',, wa there'made i* a beautiful by an apprentice painted windowwhich.out! 'of tlut 'The,June number ot The Smart Sot : ) 'SOCIETY KED m .

SCHOLARtV piece* of glass which had been rejected and open with noreletU by, ZunelBrandi Yl8E J ..UH.i
:jDlSCOUftSE BY THE '
A thrown away by his master. It ia *o far Caboll, 'entitled. "The Hnabanda :
I REV,; DR. c. H. PARKHURST. superior to every other ia' the church that .
,
according to tradition! the vanquished artist Comedy. Tn. story la atrlkingly : ,lor- "L"1\. ..." :. >
killed himself from' mortification.. distinctive\ and *. clever. a* 'fiction I"I "':- '!) .. . J'
..1tJaotl _Biplcvon* Gi...:....:ja P *. Which mean that the finest window in the o b.,. i '

MB May Ha>.. *>. Imm>.ii JLA>no... entire edifice was made out of glass that to nay stories, of Tired..; N > '
sixteen, abort
5. erf Vlrtw ..* Te It Me*: Meve*Arrsel an laappreciative and unsympathetic eye Among the- VO M(,AeWng.Tn>n>.'
wa* good for nothing and east out a*. cheer the number. the '''moat Important are. 'bliley t,
Attention.UEW '
theWorld' '' I
; refuse. The miracle of the feeding of the "The Diary of Dewdrop an:exquisite ; .SI Jf1J"! ; ." di',,,
!
lets
Crr! Park- 0000
: YORE *>-Dr. Charles H. : u. see among other thing 'that .
hunt, pastor of the Madison Squar Frtm. Christ had a very distinct regard for what Idyl of Japanby Onoto, Watana;

byterunChurch, preached a sermon'. Bun- tbe disicnlee probably thought were mere 'Rsdenlsg XoUq..t: C..Uperatl.s.ONGRESSMAN' *Th Artful Arabella,"' an Ingenious .P ..rii-na\ Renovates, .'heflulatis. l ,
day morning on a subject -which might-be odd and' end., and at the end of the n- BROWN- and Intimate narrative of) an episode< ,
termed ''Inoonspieuou Greatnew.. H. punt gathered up more than"enough: crust ) Restores.A :
rho. cat Us text ,.Mark',xiit tl-Ui "And 'and scrap to feed the whole company over :, low of Tennessee says. : '' at'. a true house-party?:; by Margaret !-- .. .

Jesu, Mt over against the treasury and bej- .again. !?] that his good roads'bil) la Vlnton,Hamilton and ",A Man a Horse :: ,
bald bow the people 'caat': money into the This account for th*'surprise so often the> rnost popular measure and a' Girl," a strong story ,of the A Tretty Sew York; l Nomai'.Roirrj..t'
; and that were rich cut in recurring when men ,who have never been '' "
treasury many the Her
Talk,.' frleudt" '
K ;
much And: there- came a certain poor credited with ability, either intellectual or. .' Introduced In Congress plains, by Molly Klllott SeawelL A uer at ;

'widow, and aba threw in two mite. Vhieh moral, are accidentally I pu.bed.iato---pl_' tt<:!"the ylMVur.. lIe gays that even high standard of excellence, well as Mrs: jr* E.. Finn.' 83'.Eut"Bip.at......
makefarthing. And He called onto Jii1llJIi. of responsibility and in that way have a Democratic Legislature of his own of i variety l I. attained in the other Buffalo N. Y., writes ;. --' ." ,
.'dieCi 1ea and aaith unto them prewar put them' that crowd their f Colurabn
upon State has endorsed., and that the Veruoa Medieioe Co.' nsj'hoJ! I x
'ti 1..y unto you that this poor widow bath latent possibilities into active power of effect , stories of the number among the contributor.
caat more in..lhan all they whfeh hare east //It ha. ,ofteri been to me a matter of ''Legislature of )Minnesota )Missouri, being Lady Colin Campbell, 'O htlem ?&."4 fewMr'agao.

into.tbe-trell.ulTi; for all they did'Cast in of amusement the -heavy .load that a 'leroonwitlv Alabama? and 'New Jlexlco have taken C. V. M..er,'Zoo Anderson. Ilwidtohlve Wf*"motai'tlfJApry +''k* ..1
I Robert
their abundance, but her want did ueminnly no' draft puwer, wilt pull similar action aud that lie believes the
"'caat in all .that the bad even aU her.livlag" whet, odes be ha* been caught: and har- Norris Richard D. Ware. /Juliet Wllbor tirelf/Tat. "' ;11. health War'cnnnpletelybrokenrlowra7Le'dbctor' Q.
Df. farkhurat aaidjWhieli neared and properly driven.and'probably.elfl : bill wl'l/' be endorsed By tlie Legislature Tompklns And Ethel Slgsbee Small. '
undoubtedly an Imprudent no 0"",", mnch the man him ot enrf-6tate'ln the Union, It that is :.A'jear
not that 'meritwhich advised a eompletere.t
The The [verse maintain ; ; for
the difficulty i* in finding( men
to.do
thing for woman lor/perhap./ at { necessary to"press, upon Congress the
a later,I1oUl' of the same day aba had to that are competent to do what I* .needed i 'meaaure.- The following baa won for The Smart Set its .ft this was ottt of tt.
of the
borrow" beg or steal in order to meet theneceeeitiee but no vetting men to do enough to become Importance literary pr.tigs. -The poems of,. the gtts.ltortbor In tempt; I,began: to,
ot her cubsistenoe. but bcauU themselvcj persuaded that they arc cqmpe i I Is a copy of the resolution as '" '
Victor enmtf
fill intention may. still .be beautiful even tent." adopted by ,theLegtslature'of ..SJinnev number Include Edgar Fawcett loofa for fattier nl'o1'roltoreml ;* tt'

,if it i.,*a little ...re1..... and alcul.tinc, ; 'Just"as'lnere people-that ire '..,In Iota' >.' Plarr. Frank Dempster ahenawuCharlotte ni( IL"t'41yLe"J44

"indeed w*liko it still better crt is not too the habit of' thinking they are sick thatthey : Whereas,. The burdelL oL1mprotlnnziinialntaFning -_ BeckerJWllllamJIamllton. Jlayne. o/'t" 4eard.o/gPerunrn. k

'careful lake that and related too' calculivttncr.bv\St.;\ M'tt: Thecaae. the ia a fright never or get an well earthquake and nothing, will! lea conralae than". our h::"nwry accord.; Elsa Barker; Theodosia Garrison, Clin- ",.* a1 excellent tonic;:'o thought'' v'"'

woman with her alabaster box of oiaUnl'lIt.wbo them into e eosivalescence *o>*ooiely and the inn to tbe general. prevailing. system In"thl"country ton' Scollard. Minna Irving Frank Roe a bottle to tee'whict it tooulA, do *
apent-in one cneoftt.. the .'..wordwaited !, church and the State are of competent II rents, entirely uponthe Batchelder and a dozen others. fornieandlecertatnlytopb; fold'
a prodigal amount 'of(money on incapable* who are good fob nothing .Imply 1I"lulau The humor throughout i* of the beat, '
Jesus', anointing! it wa extravagant tad because they have never commenced *to 4 5'leu1turallllUdl and-people of my-svitentti-reju.v9nat&i
reckless but the reeklemnea of it was on imagine that they are1good for almost any- bfexural dlftrlcta; and ;ji! "%, ;y; and
of its charms,'for it made only more evident thin, and have never been so circumstinced Whereas, The State-aid plan for constructing of the. Aristocrat," by: Eliza '
.rid >
the sweet sincerity of her have had .l was tra'perfeot'hgaltla! ;! novivhenljeel
affection responsibility
or never so
in ; .
the which 1 of
highways, practiced both unu'DaI.lter- '
: as Duor
and if she had been more. economical with rolled upon them yi* to shake them out of worn, but or ttred'a: ,
the apikeiuird lea* ot/th a fragrance-might their inc parity.' Alone i* a cam in point, States or) New Jersey: New York .Connecticut ear, dote two 'tt all drag
offerlina
have floated down to our day, who up to the time,he wa eighty, never- and Massachusetts beg proven ., 0'\ ,
.. Jeeue presumably was the only ptI'fiO'ntbe ( did anything noteworthy, so far a* we can satisfactory jo It operationand/ | Ineed.-Mrtl JsEMnn*
temple that day tbat-took any account learn! except .' of the woman with the two mite. She was the aame'man. Of course that n* offered partial etrtb'roadquestion :Suburban 'Drugglst f have Just a
imply one of a crowd" and a* uninterestingand wa during. the crowning, distinguishing In ,that, U distributes this bur- America ia th* bind,:.of.nervoas women.,
unpromising probably as are the members period of bit life/butnot having happened deb. of cost so that one-half Is paid but laced an order tor two'cross of plastrs. The great majority of nervous women are

of any crowd but the fact tbat she during his first four score-years to be so of 'fund supplied tbe'State .. .o because ,they are Buffering from some
was, outwardly .-at least uninteresting circumstanced or' to..be'*o.plucked .&, by a .general. .* by City Friend-What did you order tomny form of female dUeas. By far th* great- '
maker it Interesting; that Christ was interested the pull of event a* to discover that be j and > eat number of lewale 'tensbles*are caused f
in her. and il i. one ., the.feature was" not f nonentity, and when summoned Whereas It Is ,desirable to extend < for 7'Sarburban directly ty catarrhs These'women des xur;
of our Tx>rd'. character that lie wae impressed to action by..Jebovah'pleading off, 'an eo this-principle of'' co-operation and distribution 'Drue&1.t-For'tbe backs of reoovery.. Female trouble is eo common,
., by unpromising1 people.. Whoever : m.nlike him have done since, by alleging of amateur \ .Nw. 1 I eo. prevalent-that they accept i*o* almost'inevitable '' Xt'
it might; be that He. was dealing with lIe himself.
eeemetl to feel-that He bad a good deal to the task that ws. set-- him.. If you.ask a greater extent, so that tbe Governmentof way of reoovery t* that they do not undertaand '

go :tinon.. No one!' we vhnnld sty, appealedto man -to do something who think himself ) the UDlted States 'shallfceni ; a share THOUGHTFUL OF. THEM..Bacon : that it i.. Oat.arrb. whichle/tb.
Him to'hs otdhla"Vw.were speaking ,. incoiripeteat and fie says "> o," beta some time since about the haphautrti to take hi. "No." The.ad vantage the Lord -Why Is It that tbe landlords A44- Dr. IIzrtasan, 'Prveki.nt' la female complaint>' intV-nine ease
way, one mightalmost say. in which He has I I. that He doesunot have to take a -out of tbe general revenues'of' the UnU won't let children In their flats out of, one hundred are nothing bat,.cotarrh. -- a'
elected His disciples ted States 'of ,.. Kertnemw .8asttaria a, 'C.itatkbw .- . -
,a* though'any* one I' man's "No did not t.k.IIOIIe'.NIt.I ;; and t they'reafraid. V
He ran acrou that day, when He wan walking but clung to him, stood him up and put the Wherons, ODe.balt of" anidrevenuaaggrgotlug *. Egbert Oh, I suppose O'.I.r Jove edrkV. l>eruna euro AtU'rlLl"Jae.' reverlecatd.ujDeat ,
along the edge of the Sea' of Galilee, load on him and told him tog o akmjtith nth janitors' dogs may 'bit them.-
would answer well enough for a disciple it. tad'just the weight'of the toad mad during ilie last two year ,Yonkers Statesman. r
and BO for an apostle-this to be understood him able to go along with tfr pressure found 11,000,000,000 per annum. Jsderlvcil
not as diaprag3mentof the position the limp muscles that had'been waiting for from the agricultural StntejlBlid rural w tit
II* selected them to fill, but a* recognixino almost a century to be crushed into exertion. :: -. districts, 'Willie1 only ten' per cent of FITS permaaieatly . .np er nervontBeaa E5ff2LE
that even common men were ee uncommon .' and circumstance not made him after Ant day .use of :br.DIM" Great'NerveRe.toter.S8trialbottleandereatWfn.:
a. to be inherently able to fill the:poiitinn.Us ; rest, but !gave )him a chance to be what the total, amount If Appropriated by \ .

could doubtless, have continued Hi* -je and million. of other people are in condition 'Congress for the use of enid agrtcultn- Or.U.U.Yarn,Ltd..Ml Arch 8t..Phila,,t a '
walk along the Maaide and bar selected to be when the chance comer, when raT Staten' aDd 'dlstrlcu;. while ninetyperre RIFLE Si, 'PISTOL"' CAR.TRIDGES. a
another! twelve just .. competent! a* the the.aasaasin' JlOl1..t- otrikl'l, whenthe Some people never put anything-(1'for; a .... .. '., -,.. . .
first twelve if It. had fared at that time opportune'' moment .ihove i Ie given 'Into. at. is appropriated for public I I rainy day until they see the clouds gather: O ," Ii'.. the shots that nit that count ..v Winchester.
to have ao many And, eertainlr' it ia not the Foot of Bcthecda.Xo buildings; and other uttrq'pertalning' to In- ";r ', AI : '

have venturing come much into this to :city'., and H into* could this matter' what a person 1 la In native great dtle.! aDd. ' I I Use AJt_'. .._t__.. Rifle,and :Pistol' Camidges In all calibers hit;.that Is;
ye
acuteness or in inward moral and Christian The Hon. Walter P. Brown- '
congregation:: and )have" found a doyen people beauty, we give him credit for only so' Wuercaa; .:.. It Is the only euro for Swollen FeetConul.ndunlo..1c. Smarting ,they shoot accurately and strikea good'hard+p le-
member
of from Tcnncsn
with natural ualiflcation that would low Congress j I.Tired Aching,Hot,Bwea'ing
much has itself and h.e
'"navt 1 mode them .. capable ..-Pater, wrought,(as itself externalized into a kind of encompassing aa see, has Introduced a bill\ In the United for Allen's:Foot-Eats powderto trating blow.This is the Idnd of cartridges l jrjiu'wfll gelif '::

and John and the rest the to foundation lay, in co.Tamt"1 halo and we base estimate on the square State House of Representativesflpro-. walk.be shaken M all Druggists Into the .h and ecJ.Shoe Cure Store while,you. you Insist on having thatime-tried-W nchestermtke.

Cbriatian-ebureh. contents! of tb. halo. You havemany- a t I Tiding for,a' system of National.' State Don't accept nbatltnte. Sample antFga. '
time locomotive looming ont of the any AI.1 DEALERS $FLL"WIHCHEST"MAZt or CAjrrRrDQi l,
seejjji Olmatod N.Y. ; ..
Probably the most ardent leveler In the darkness With its flashing headlight and and local co-operation in! the\ permanent I .Addraau.ABen 8. ,LeRoy,'

world would. not claim that all men are fundantent.II that light ha appeared to yon so brilliant Improvement the public''' high' -The fellow who has nothing to say gen ,

alike, and fundamentally equal. I in the dense night it JIll seemed to you al- ways,' according to tbe prorlslona; of rally maqage! to say it at great length.An ,
and this i* not the place, certainly, to be mOlt "a though the front of the engine "
drawn off into nice which the sum of) $20,000,000 Is appro-1 W DOUGLAS,
peculation
any upon were frescoed With a Mctio'h of the sun electrically: charged wire gridiron is
V
that matter, but apparent differences between printed, and the United States-Govern- flasHtaaflV
and the ground Jor a hundred rod in adVance the newest fly killer, -
people are not at all to he taken .. of tbe train whitened with almost ment 11' to pay-one-half'of'the) cost of A N." S3. $3.22 Shoe*
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iiiit measure of their actual differences; the of But if have I Ton from
brilliancy daytime yon Improving public- highway when MT" Christ's tulogle are conspicuous for beipg had an opportunity to inspect that headlight ,any I Ir'y 'b wearing w,L.D.n leseaaor3 koes. ',
pronounced upon the inconspicuous, and and to l\arMw..n thl illumination requested so to do by add In co-orx-r- I i' 0 V They are Just as ftno4ia every the*(MirU-';
that i. a fact to be thou ht upon na tending down to its.fountain source you have very Aiioiiwjlh 'any State or civil subdivision 0 i*.*&, hare bMw>ntaK T m free ea.0ois tA4O. T*.' ''' ,
to the attitude of jHFV 'm.m ns JoV.I.Doug la*olio**pasta ;
change our fecjjnp y
discovered small
likely there a glass lamp thrVeof therefore-be it'
; their suparlorlty v r all otbwr make*." .
toward the submerged ninety-nine Per cent. furnished with a wick and a little kcrotene! red Assembly Bold by retail Doe dealers evrr ben. /' r
Ee the-General &
< by
of the mce. And I am urring: this point nil. This la nut to find fault with the light '. & I AI Tl genulB* beta Ham and prino'*'
not for the purpon of entablishing" a. theory but 'only',Jo callattention to the feet of the State of Minnesota, That we atnMd on-the bottom. Tat BsaMUtnt o
bat in order that those of you who which you are likely to forget, that in e.., I. hereby heartily endorse said Brown ow"': CATALOG *. i aitC*>torXltttMtfl.lu ., .
evidently of good deal of account SPe L. *M &IK K<1|. '
are a t Ima tin. "it ;you reckoned in'the reflee.to -bill\ and recommend it's passage', by -
,may sea more reason for'respecting and that wse'framed to encompass the light y 7Jn..sutou 'h ,
Congress and that wo-request the Rep-| !' 8EP3 p3t
honoring those whose claim to'your repect and which made you 'suppose there was a : ; ,
and admiration are of an undemonstrative Brent deal more Inmineusneai than wa actually : resentaHvea.from the. State of
typei "Oaf let them have an they the cue 'That 1* the way; n whichour iotft'ln Confrres8and instruct the Unl- ,. ir91 ,
field and chance and rerhap estimates generally are arrived At- thlritfih'tO'vote 'Tttw11LW
will change.places with you. This may have. original light with tbe circumjacent refleo- ted States Senators from '. .
been a mrbof what the Lord bad in mind.when the anal support said bill. :<
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tor added, in-central flame plug. ,.att- rdabnsbed tats-' / : ..
H i said that "many that are first '
.reole., "'. It- i err n.t..wwlenr iMi-** -w. ij.Deaeta.m.k.e sad., .c'. '.
bull be lest and the last lint' Now the -L 1'd''fn Ilis estimates die Th First Galnn. I ": ::::=':=:r teeaitM OoodjrMkr wait Iba i dMw.d ro\.a.qIS "
The idea tin* been rather hard ridden with aUI'I'ol'hicb, I. "what Scrip- If the of Peniisylvanlii.. it1"tborUy' j IWN.eiM1.Nw..: :.. <. ?..._.. ....___ I tesn.nra!,:ar_._. ..\.tlM. ; ; llii"
.IIYl'rrid.t..n-that if the of effect pIIme. people y tT.Ltl iw .. .pooo---" .. .. .. -1-
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possibilities wr ........ 'ear $25 ;
tare mean when. It.ssy.s that lIe lookernot expend '$!.> "'6e..a uOuue1UIIU.su Y.tbl. ";
ire in a man 6r woman their those post inili- 01* the outward appearance. He is or'the Legislature; : ,1..8aI.. .' .... ... ._ ,., 1J, r-- 1\t':
lies are bound to come to realization never misled by reflector or by the au- 000,000 annually on tbo\ making! and '
however untoward may be the circnrivitauce unto of teflector A man may hv very mending; of-pnbllc toaclijlllwlJ' be the! : :
that stand In their way. It.was little virtue and that virtue into ( I Cotton'Gins : ; '
once elegantly stated by one whore' eloquent showy achievement yet put with a large ..urbcielaren country folk: who- will" j profit most directly ; .j > : :
fare' is still. fresh in the memory of some whereupon men fet out '' by the outlay: tvhll< -It 'will tic! j d., f1tp.d."j. .
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many of ua-"lfow many Jliltoni may have their rod., figure the the -Clt7 folk: "whowill "furnish thegreeter
died In';..tb.lr mother' arm. we cannot consult measuring the multiplication table up and part of the money:, 'Event- ;. :'Many women and doctors do err t"S., ,WApE BY .r1 .. .t L ,. o
state, but Ililrons have been '
the'rrownup .t6l' ,
'that ha baa deal of virtue ..1 r" ';
heard .., a treat nally however, tile welfare of all will not'recognize the reat81mjtomsoft '
from. Easy to difficult to prove what I by computing'on a, ba area'1 i '
and eminently improbable. Of a hundred aureole mean adding reflector to the little be greatly promoted and the advanJagc -' derangement, of the female CONTINENTAL ,GIN co..< ''

kernels "of wheat scarce one ever fulfills On tbe other hand, accruing from good country roatli '
sent lamp. a *. ; organs until too late. *
thrdcatiny marked for it in it. own constitution have immense amount of, Buminghaay'AL
may an will be" reflected In the pi-oupcrlty of the ; "
but the that cronnd
nincty-iiin are but circunmfanres be such that it never ) "I' bad terrible pains
Tlie.merchant's' along my' Bjllib
un in the .mill are each: .* full of the po*. entire Commonwealth." '
become manifested in away to arrest at plnal cord for two and suffered Y YNC
ibilitie of "blade and full in the bls years and' y
; ear corn (rationvery- beautiful light it may be. team In the city strccta.jor? car dreadfully -t was given different ENGINES -
:._ I ear, the tbat happens to bedMPJIt'
a* one but not shining under conditions that ring riage In the parkwill traverse the medicines, woreplr.eterat! none ,

I will still'' be nothing 1ess't.ratappalm even it with a,halo.- ," name! pavements and tlinf-satnedrive-( ( I ftheoo,' things helped me Reading of 'tt .. it. >

though grown in a northern' latitude, but Now that was the case with the wmpanin ways as heretofore while! to the farmer the cures that Lydia Plnkham'a ,- Send'for' new catalogue: JustIssued.. .' -.. ,,, ; ..:

nitwever abounding may be its native ener.'tes the, tenrp:.. The halo hunter traveling aw going to market Improved'roadat1v111make ;. Vegetable Compound has brought < ..,L ', ,_. I '" ..
widow
and yital farc.'it will be unequal to nothing but a commonplace ' one-third difference In the 'about, I somehow felt that it was I. ' : j
post the coutribution box. The Lord fully
Iroit discouragement. of abort dayi and early with whom nimbus doe not count law .: cost ,of transportation'andu far more what I needed and bought a bottle to i & vI'
and felt what the woman h..raclL..melnt I take.' 'How glad I am that I did so ; Avery: Company
Tb..llpoaUe Peter has become a great and wu, To Him she ."th..me'a. than that In tho comfort the, convenience two bottles brought me Immense relief t

rower in th* history'of the church and of though she "baddropped in,thousand an\,the satisfaction found In his. ,and after using thceo; bottle more ,

Chri.tianicivilisstion- but if""on the day !abe bu1 aot.to. otlierajwho'jvere prejvj, work+-Tlio firstKalajCtlicrtfor; ,' *. all go- "I"felt new* 'life' and blood surging AVRY'&' McMILLAN i
that Jetuswent (trolling'along"iht bw :h, s
ent for othere'ould have yea as, to tbe tiller of the soil, but while recognizing vSfns.) It; _mod aa ktohy
mtherine disciple. Peter had been one looked my
np :
people do now and'would brave to.tht' though S1-B8 Somtlk Forcytb; 8w Atlanta,'Om
had
at ea fishing instead of inshore mending of her to determine the size- this, net no'payervlll' : there been a regular housecleaning '
hi. nets -it i i. h would iiio gift '' : through system, that all '..:;ALL KINDS: OF-, ,
not probable .
ever of her heart and would have,' &'ODc1udedtherc : regret: hUt, contribution) to' ,, my :
tiav .been. beard from: It is rather important ore that she had a two-penay heart. :. the good! fonda fund what though he the sickness. and poison had been taken i r
fo. to b* somewhere near the track "when life instead. Z
Already nineteen hundred year ago that out.And new given me MACHINERYReliable
leaves from
pavements
the train-of opportunity goes 'br; :Jhere widow had been become convinced never city have advised dozens of my friends to uerydla '
is undoubtedly a providence in ta'nis! butat poor that'"nobody has a right to die'rleb." year1 end to year's end. ,,In the long "K.. Plnltham'M Vegetable .Reader?; '

the same time there is an accident in She acted the principle when she threw the-welfare of each- citizen 'coin health i IIldlel'8a.lable KNOW'that'apiing
on .run Compound. Qood DO YOU : Um9, U
things in the sense in which that word accident
in her two mites. No one made anythingof cides with the.welfare of the .comma- to complete happiness, andL.dla
ea'iiba You / '
properly us. because there not gilding here iand all'' nature Is d eaaedrini
Jesus
but wa ,
which it E.' Plnkliam'ft Vegetable ,, i
will recallthe; incident "St. John her advertisement of. the pity, and there need bo no question "
relates l as occurring tbe pool of Bethed principle enough to upon make.the. air bright about it.: 'that a system of. good cotmtrytrpads 'Compound: ha. scoured this,to me." beautiful( verdure.

...--,,Intb..- 'There waters was of: the some pool medicinal perhapa!property, at any Nineteen principle thati"nobody has a right to m ta* throughout the, StAte will aid most;ef. point Mass,Indiana' LATnu..; Secretary L.. BXEUXH Ladies, Crown BeliefX3orps. ': ;;wiiy NOT enjoy the..Only life i'fiefs yptt ;

I** rate at certain : .descended differently factlvely I In'building, up the town cf, .- ....IttttfavMMf ahortQmakp'lt'.pfeasant
arftof know itt Ii
Into the pool and troubled and die rick \ was announced by one quite sle.e.sse.eetH anything"abo' ; lrerf i ;
s the water rituated from the widow with two I,the State.-Philadelphia Telegraph. (<.* "w"!" ;.

the* Brat one who tor' get was.into fortunate the water enough after 1"w.to ,beth mites; and the.principle and the,man who . Every IckTroman who does,not by being'jpmebodyVIVC ,. .

trotbledVIa healed of infirmity front 1 announced it were published and heralded I:if'#" A N.v.l plan. understand her ailment Should WANT'yBd'io'btrV.6ne> 'of.bur" MI rUH
any _
'Which) he might be I\>>ft'n... What fie; tbe clear,treund the globe> In the first'halo'and instance !]JAnoyel j planner raising; !money tot writaMrs.; Plnlcbam.. Lynn, ,

nan who chanced to be closest to the track the there other was"only million-dollar two-penny halo, and: "good road tees adopted by the farmeri1nd Mass. Her. advice 1* :ireo?, and [ E''lTTAR'BUGGIEi'' ;

when the train of..opportunitywent,'by the bifvhalo in won a* It,cannot bIt I i>.rt' 01 fruit growers' of, Fennvllle;;Mc.li.wli.'Ie .. aiwRysj lielpf nl...-* ." ' ,_. 1
could aboard and I ''
i As !go already- ..id. these arrive ant J v matter to our purpose to claim that the illuetrionsScotchnttm :! at the dame time securing'tetter Reliable Frlck Engines Boilers. "all ,* ,\Vf i iOfFERi i large ,tevard tov you;KIt t !

dwell upontbecause tbe't consideration! Inconspicuous if not Jew just.... as We charitable are only,claim.the facilities, for packlng/ablpf: : and disposing Size*., Wheat JBeparator*. 'doe* 'not prove"to 'bo"the BEST Rod; ;r+i
them enhances for those I
our respect about 'of An association was '
fruits.
'""; ing that the reflectorthat you frame winter left most stylish Buggy ypu'ever 4wnd.-
If
confidence '
"us and strengthens eur in tbe : I ;
around the i of the lamp,, formed wblcU} during?tbe ieqaon ,. employed ;\
final outworking thing.. It lamp no \ : "
ef quite change down '
out attitude toward what we take first off and certainly no part of the blue that the a 1Il.t, tbe Pb ,agoeD4.t the ,, you "all run ., ,11$; fofPU ""wAtOIagd?

to be aa ordinary mn-ven to suspect that burning oil sustains. I 1 line to see tbat the /goods are properly wind' of, wide glameof'; yourdealer, r1'ltlzfhltla'
then are in him the making of something It would be interesting to see the comrootioit t l'ceITOc1.Ifd accounted tttr. All surplus '
.eonalelerably' more ..,than, ordinary! even 'i l that would fiave been excited over }egr42
though eireumstsnce.'are .o' unpropitious her then in the tempi had a heart a* 'h if savings: at theteoil of,that yeirjare;' Hites: 'I
... 'to prevent hi. becoming at, present sweet and beautiful a* the Lord eaw' her expended In grsvdingSt3d'lmpebTlq'gthe .Atlanta Buggy'Co':'
what the good Lord had In'mind heart to be, not been hMd under the limitations ' roads throughout the fruit country.
when, He 'ntade him! and what- there of anerenerou and the ,RootleerTitrtt IMPROVED SAW HILL ON EARTH
eireum.taDOl'lij past
alone during
Tbe association
; fie a- fell',aeh.Dce ot _becoming .... .had it been,within,.her that .L.arg.Engrp.glnd'ollero supplied
fore tie Lord i* entirely through with Mm. her heart prompted-in other word, had reason shipped 205 tars of fruit by rail will "set you gologJriv .- Shlnglt-NriHa: Corn ''Mllle '
,;;: H you .vltCt-t'O! more than euapact-that the eenditieer under which ahe heeds been l'and i after 'paying alj. claims\ and<< expenses prompt .'
..- wide aad mooch'to match bar *gsllms toe,SI eaola.Ckarts Circular'siws'daw .* Dubs,
f a certain\ piece of ground is rich (n r-f J"OIIare willing to pay a good price for personal nobility. :Most people live inavery making' good roadl.0 .\, I. Nk**C*.. foam Oovernors, Full .:n. Engine. A.
it b.fsst'it'ee been- exploited f In snail.world they are in it'and they for the. Mal. ....
even e>
nd'tar frie.Catalogues'PROPITABLR :
*,. 8 :
Mid 8uppi;*
>such prepertieetpo..ibilitatbae. "a rlarg* have to stay injit.' Influence,hereditary/ i' : .
cash -value.,. For loins strange, realOn'per- o id.ntial U-youplease 1Ja.,. .buil' j:;, +;A"vrUla. .t Maaa Zat.rpslss: .
.' sonal powlbililies we are more iaenduJous around them an envfrcnmtnt close and imprisoning -; l J.l'eopIQ.do -not. crowd a, store which : ;
about and refer\to' eee the'metal ..minedand ; possessed of heart and Intelligence MakM no .ue pf.,1q 1hpwrWlndOwe.< EMPLOYMENT

." iate.mgota before'we reckon U a* Urget. than tho. phere tb.it deaetreumetaaces !) *-, i Such avtor.tie, obvfbdaty.tvithouten- .' 1 '"U yoU-1(or ttitalt yo, :*wj.ofettLIFESUR7 ?

asset.our way." It through ill for; a Ia"'roaaDlI crowd: .|"weeaa eownnonplace\ ttotr! time it may b permit)* due :.to them'tw pllyatyal: fitl.debility&nfne:, I'I't rpi;sing management For the same 7""G- QIIrJ: : I : e e:.'

emetune it soma the res Uf.4 thoseuntowoid freafoa argot ,to.trad
menand, !'womenor'-thr: .i: :hswarmof p people disposed 1Mt.lwua rVb sam+ tat .y,:-
the diamond oonditiou-ia "erJ.hl,that preM In 'Cures Nervousness ass
I in' dirty thi4ren, .bMi..o t atstore which does-not cdverttoe
i, ftuuta7AtUnU d
that qaito,)lijrely,would.begia >its wlur vented the diaeq ttn -. poI'IIOBOl'pewen, .. R.'F.'SHEPDEN. Ga.
F : .
trf sdTerrittog Is general .
h ." ficdentlr-euHhrated mak ".1.. r
oe> : to them a DraigetorM. lIrk.-JUwu over gt.tcooosata
aeaa */ .nwhlcbttmtnthOatth I. East call crystal Sa and 60e.'at', /
L .t 'eIn Ie hll nistrnti.nany,- '. any sad agrvieeable potrsey. each anstare an Jt'U';, Indian "rock, ,., ....
J.a4l1tMJ.fthe matterWII'.an about, us and we ceold, pre trait Jiam** aDIII 4JagOlUl. -' -k f ''h '. .ti" r ).... 1
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klsslel sVafs Gazette NOTICE. 1" ;i 'i: :i i... ji!! "

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_1'NOTtCE <1- .E.
T.LBt HON. NO. 11rvSUBBM I* hereby "elllb.tlb. following eIrtbectlaad..11I be cold' at 'publa) auction on OWNER .. WtSCRIPTION or LAND. a 1' & % KALOLA
tb*eth day nt Jnly.AD' 1IXW.{ In front of fbe Court HOUM door at IClaalinine City, lo the ; ? R K t-
BTBai r HI DATlu' Count of Ooola ;thereof b the . i" a ?
and Itiat. of Florida or HO much aa will oeooaiarto pay amount 4 a
;Taller' (isseLte'ifallmaE. du<'for ..... herein eet o|>.uoalte*"i tbu .....* .together. with .uch eont of .. .1.. and advertialuf. 1 :I j 011. \' CryetallCBd Mineral WitsNatsro'.NOtaral

ta8UJnI.lC.oecIIOLAcob.TY.rL.. '? I' : i: 1 :. ;s :' Wan Molr r .. ..r.. ;. .beg K b/t847de K7lft84J.SK171$ de.. ' " .. Remedy .
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Bsel ft,block 1H '. .. . . . ,. ., 4 MUBAnlUnan. otcrystal.ooc'-
vA; l",PEOPEIKTOtt*. t '. .J: .-,. .. .... W .IrK I..1116"N S ? II! ' '" A combination
B. ; r OWNER DESCRIPTION LAJID 11' 8 : ef .ft it 47 t 'rde. talnlnjrtha medicinal properties 1,
XalfIN47duiWl4lftblarkl9 of four noted mineral
JiIIL POUND Editor. -- '0" A 1 I? MMtllrAgt. : ., ..... .... loii- block $!III. ..Boawell'. .... . .* Addition. ... ..,.. ";. .. ? JI OilfaUle of the ipHnfir-water. Cures Conatipa-

,'b/Itwd. at tbs rmtoffloe to ... ...;*, ria." fal.'.... .. ... ... n'of} ne} ...*>.. ..1,.................. 17' 2N. ..34. 40 1 HI: ) Caruth.ra . ... lot 8.1. . .. . .. .. .. . . . . .. . ..:.. ,._. '* * lion, Indigestion, Stomach Kidney
tIIIIM II4.... caaM aatNr.sbsar4b Lw :: '. .. .v. ..... .*!-.a..D.>4.. .. :... .... ... .... ..... ... sa..72 84* 40 171. Inknown . ". ... .. IfrtxV ... .7": Lilrer and Bladder trouble.
jarkaoaxUlvTiunpa. A. Unknown,. ..:.. . .. lot 16exoeptISfeetofnu./de.( . 118
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Co- .Ii.< .. ..,.1...... ..... ... ... ....... ... III *U I4a WH 4 18Uuknow Matthew Addition. -, .. r
*-* will pleas ottfytb* otto II . .,. . .,,.. ..'i. ... ...,.... -.. ....... ...,.. .....'iy .. :28 31. M*' JOO Ink Wm Kulp .'.. . . . .Ueae.pr1o..1.ndllbl..k K. . .., '' In \ rI
6.11 torvttbepaperreiralaffl. Unknown. ." .. ... ... Lot 7 .....;..I'.. ,. ..... ....,......,.. 8fI ale' . lICe //IIL--- lilt, C K .root.. . . . .i beg .e nir block run W Aitut'" It N toil "< ' . -T.M KttoU S'U bays' .*.
somwua/eatton..xr-ot Iron ant authoromepoodenui JF WWII.. .... ... aB>.f of .*V .....4 ...+ ...... .,f... 4.. 11'1. 40 J 11 W ft 1I:611"'f&llIu"llblooIl1.: ... ... .>'v'.,. :. 1 18 I You VTast"
Aaytalil
Muat je alined by la* Unknown ,.., ,,j..... ..... < of nuts .. .... .. .,. . ... .. ..... ..S 27. 8H* 40ap'' .14 i, UWapatrloiti'A'ddlilo'i.-Johiaonai: (; 14 Eat
n . . .. ita 27. sue 84' d'VreVattf8iib'6lrof loU 1 and 4 Block I . '
matter itotb ntaned .slim 4 i \\of D..1. IjO .. ... .. .' .. . ...... 8\1\ -.-
will Baa* . . ... .. .. < n. ( aere* aerom I.pa fIIC 8rt" ....... lot in .. . .
1 r ..d1.rnlesuq.l.awoor, .).. , 18 80. I sue 1117 MC Bryan.. ... ... ... ..o&IIIlor..II..fl1J1. ( !( ". 811 Miaspoonful rUssolTfd In a
ad lior la oat reaponalbl* lot pplDloaa astaaiiil 1WArnold. .. .. .... . .w(( ... . . ..... . ... ...?.. IKI* We 40 ., .'..rlc"'. Addition. ,4. hF
e>yearreapoeidenta.arartUInc K P Johoa r.i . .. . ... &! ..!" "..... ...;."..,,.......;.... ii 8U., .8.10 40 six CA C..o..t.\.h. 1011 block 4 ....t,,.,*,,......,... .,. ,. tSP glass: of water make a deJ"rh'lul.ud -
ntee'aaf be bad application. W ArnoldSolomon .. ..... .. .wj'ofnaj, .... ,., ....".*.. ..,....:..u.. 17 .Ml(* 8:10: 4O 1 ft E DUeKKl., .;. ...;. ...u Iota I and fblk 11.. .. ., . . . .. ... -- - inexpensive aaperlent.
Raul......... WUitl. .. . .,..*.:.'...... ,...,..r1' 17' 8tw. II8e 40 127 lI'n' .W.ldroa..A., lot I block 14 ...1... .,. .. ..... .... 8111 ' 6.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES: J II Walker.... ...... II of.ei4.5. ,.? ?,,... ...-..,.;? ."..r',' 18 8/ia 16. $O 1 44 Land not Platted. 4 >- Prlc 50e aid $1.00. ">
Plant lneta.nt (;0. .''t'.' ...r..J.. .. 110 ,try 8IIa 80no 127 J tYltutk..r, bog JCW 7 fl N of .. oor of awhf of "- e
.:. t! ePT one year ..... .. .. .. . . .1..fIIIf. Unknown. . .. .... sadH'S lu nU( of nw.U lea. lands a.. .. awlk, run N Ittl: 7 ft W tOU 7ft .It w ; stores (01'
.' : opjr, els i _lb... . . ............ ,/.60e aoldlollllltanldi"';o'* ,...... !AI"", AIItoJ 1186 1R"2 m ,011.1( ft K "M.7 ft .S. . ..... .. Ill in* e HT S For sale at all drug
? 1;s copy Uree' __u... . ... ",2. ",. .. .:.26M Va"nown __ .ue.w .' ofn..a, ......... ...i.,5, '111 116. IIIIa 1011 .kllo.10......... . . nwVic.f > 14- ar.. . IIIQ 40 8 0&MraAxlelliouaon. Sent by mall postage paid "on
,, (1..._.. . .. .. ... ., .....,,,...."' ...r........ 4. 2II'l.I'. '40 114Unknnws. beit121ft1Vofneoorof.wl; o fhwl.< receipt, of price. .
-' ,. awf4ot..wyl. .. ... .. 1..h. 18'' 27. Kie: 4011.. ruu W 7.us cb H 6 itl ch and run W :
Friday, June 19, 1603.OoTttriv Flortda Lana &ad .j':: .f q am n s w it K 11I10 ft N 114II /t. . .. 16. v* M* 1r.. hf
r'r -...........'r,.. ..... . ..1L.65 ,.".,........'..4."'....... ... ... A to Pie 110 110 .KALOLA COMPANY"" .
; U a..W. . .. .. .. .5..f .w"", ... ;.," ..L...... ;. .. .... 2\1 2hoI 81. 110 2011U..wII. j E. 1>. HOOAK,. '* Sivuiak C*. ,

R >r.JMJolnar; veto of the ape .. ...'f .... .. .l'. _. LW.oreee.innI'579ftd'60011! ; :29 ::1M. ; 81. IIO 8 7aUaknowa. . Tax Collector Uicrola County, .., 11.. ::101)0

::1' proprfatlonavlor the educational Institution 1+117\1 f' WIOU f........,...:.. .... ... II lee 81. 18 119. .
of the State nrprtied friend l'nknow. . .. "" .f swl4 _... .'".,.,w..,,....,. .4 :U.. III" 401 114VD"DOW. 4. .
'I. ', and foe alike such an action U . .. .. w ofsak, blew,. ". ,,.. . .., 4 :u.. MOs 20 ail 1"-" --
unprecedented
a* Un""o"'D .a .. .401. 01 s&''i .. :.. ..... .. 4 :Wr i lOtI 20 lilt
In the history of ibe State. V.'D ,I .... ,.. ......10& ob E: 1 p
.bei 1. 5AA 1.18. h. >A>-*>*J* 'SJ.*? 'XjlJN s iut 7SX.a>>W *M> I- or fa>a -*
\ It* !. of court being merely. l ,-HI- . ..W..ltI.b. .. ,....... ... . Il' yw ,1111 g oa i
I< cued for bin action In the lIIao.r;. let rJl eaor,. .... ,..r.r. .... 16 60 eh a of nw amfol2. 110.: 01 '
d '
10 a eb lake
r It 6'J to margin. then .
we cannot see Ibatbl* critic*jare rlirbt.To 'w ......111 III 01 eb "
: b. sure the lo.. thus created to --rlr i/.60eb..e ...,...........,...f 1tJ" 1IOe.14i'! .108 CHAS W. DANN
.. .. .. ........ ..... -
.f.
those Institution U J ,but W..t.. .r h .n 11Ill: >8 80. ; .40 2 111 : .
deplorable, .
. P ..,...wo, Be'i...., II ...... la n .q"'N in a. oor of D 4 .. '.
the fundamental law of the land must lot I ... .. 21 25e lOtI .2 9rJoann.
h 4 b. upheld,and the veto power w.sPiven R............. bee n. oor oh; ,.'.J'.R. 'of i.'s ruua .
210 f1", W 21U &, K 210 h.. ., '82 21'011 \IJe( 1 I 10
> the Governor lo hold the bale SHOE
.'> EO haYe .. .. .k.. beg :lID rd. M of.. nor of ne1 f .e14 .' THE MAN ,
aooe of power In such .c..*.*. a* ,this. rub w Jd.yd.. N 2111 ydu B Jt14 I'd. 8 I t"
w. know that the Governor had rather 70It 100 d. II to bell' ... :. . . 82 26. BOlt 6 286 W ,
these Items than take the ao- Vnknowa..r.. ..... 210" W of .. nor 0' ...,, of 'ne!. ..
. approve run W IIO-rd..It-11t rd.. K..oo rd. 11' .. Has just received over 300 pairs .of 'Shoes of
Mon her did, yet believing' the bill 111J'd.. ... ...... ... ...._... .. .. ... 112 2W 4IOe .. 129E .
which carried them to be uaoonctltu'Monal C Beaver .:.. .. . bee o..dl N 01... _'of netp of sal .

'.. ; there was but one line of' duty "BO run'd.6242: :yd.N60'yd.:-.;' ;.11. .... WJl41.a.; Ii, 82 26. lOtI. "_. .D .111 latest styles; ., ,all s>Izes. Come see them. --

:beforehim and however unpopular OaIlD... . ... ....... belloyd.Not.eeorofoe"ol.e'ruoWlwtyd.$70yd.W141 / . ) .
? 'With the masses,-of however opposed I1S4yd.
K 87O yde I1 110 yds ., ::.:. : .. : B2l1111: BIle 18 I t2 . .
withe In the '
t his views m.t.be
s '*o>> own or rnknown . ..: ..... ".. .w Of..,: ...4w) 01.wU ol..)'. ..otII.: IIIJe ,11I 11111 -
u. 'her, could take no other. We rtiv Unkonwn ,. .. :..... .w' -. ne-, ., .... .. . .u. . .. ... 4 :21 80. 411 114 I t f HAS ALSO ESTABLISHED A
4Trt the los of the money to these In- Wm Nann....... ... . v4. sod 9wi4' 01 H)(, .. . .M.... . . 1'1 27. Jtue 2111I a 9'1 _
Kf etltntlob commend U.e Gover- Unknown ..... .. 01 nl4, of ..,'4. . ........ .. ... . .. 1M '27. 81)e 40 192
;jet we Va..aow". ... .....1". ... .' ofu 01. fort.xeu1901. .. . . I" 27. aq 40 8WJ
.or for bis action as by it he shows a Ut.InowD.....-:. ... . e ofo frao ,. . ... .113 Y7.kb 110 114 s
salty to what he believes to be right Unknown ;. ...,... .. .. e of .e Ir..a fort.xea 1901 .. 811 27.' 8W. 11II 1 '14 True Bargain Counter
ather than what he know to be SF ""..1. .. ... .. ....... n'.)of of .swy. . .. . . ... ... .. . 9 11III 2Ve 211 lilt
pop Mn n.'NooCordl.f'.lwi! 7Iff owSfj: of ..:. ... . 10 :l.JII :IIIa.IO: 181: :
tar. Aadr. -ch. 8 o n. .!'O'.01 !Lwl4: .of nw.4. ,
run It ea II; 10 .ca A CD W --'' .
s7.
DROWNED in OREGON.A. 76ob. . . . :. .Y9.... .... 1t.2t\oo\ 211e" 2 110 on which you will find many useful articles at prices below compar
fl Miller.Aft . .. ne'4otnw4nt; eels! . .. . . ., .. 14 :2x0 2\Ia ,10 114
, Unknown . : Di'" iwj/of:"' vw,. of aw)". .. . .. 14 'fM '-ilia: II M9 1 ison..- Have t ln : .ouly to list but a few; see what a little money will t
+ ; A. Uady Well Knowtt. In Klasimneej. W i Sean Kit: ..; ": "o' ) 0nwy( 16 ze:; ilia: 18 AI! : ,
/ H u Janaleon'. '. ,. . bei ae cor of nwM of .e'run W'Y4lyd. : ) do : _ ,
i ." '. Perished isi Oregor.Flood. N 176 yd. K: 2HO yda 8 17.1 'dl .
l (excrvt bet of ..' of '/ of I
( n* cor he
: '. .The friend of Captainfalter\ A. .. 5wl4 run W 140 yd* 8 64 yd* E Uu ydi 1 1 Paper carpet tacks; l c 24 sheets paper and 24

i*!:Sigsbee are ayrapbauiising with him In Mbivdaeold for tax*i. .. ... .. . ... 111l1111: 2IIe 9 B SII i '
B : loss of his sisterMre Robert B e 8 Ira.bee Ag$. .. neUofne)4ffortajteiMl( ] ).......... .. 28'Ii.: lIVe. 40 8... I ,
+ BBynds, and two little neloes, who were Mating\ ... .. . ., .. lot 1.. . .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. 211 :2lr 2M. 211I 9 III 1 5 slate pencils, t c 25 fair quality envelopes 2 c r ;
1 vlctims'ofthedisastrousoloudburetat FABnnooll.eilof; soli. ..... ... . .. . .. . ::111' 2... 2IIe 40 21M I '
1 s > ni..owD". ...:. . .. uodlvld .,; lot In neU of awUondlvldtxt . . .. 6 2111I We 411 1 82 1 steel violin string, J c 25 better envelopes 3 c .
Heppner Ore. :which oooured at 0 Unknown.. . ........ tf Int in n.U of aw), (for &
' .;.c>>'eloclc ThuNd.7 night, atad to which -4tax of iwil).. .,.. . .. . II. 2I\e' 2IIe 40 182 1 pen staff and pen, t c Boy's pants fair quality . i
..,t- ...0... than ere hundred people in a Mrs N E Brown:..". '(..... ... .. .....rj... ..... 8 211. 211tt' 40 18'1 I ,)
: town of little Hunn Dean A. Co..... .. .WOI..W" DM of .wK of i eel"(. ... 17 :21. 211e 100 2 III 6 fnir'qulJity teaspoons 5 c per pair 24c
\ a than .thouaand -
more one
., Florida Flnane Co. .. . ... 111 269 We 40 LItJ Ir'J
> inhabitant" were destroyed. Bert, Unknown.... .. ... . .beg n.6nrtotlrsn, W l/I.'oJ./ .;ydi 8 J f ::1 1
'....,inbee the brother of Cant. Slgsbeewas' iSMi ydi K: 15Mi )'d. N VOftwi rd. . .. 211 tile 2IIe II 1 tl2 ,
Unknown .... . .. nwj . . .
a..fD..Dd. of 83 289 :ilia 811. 21M
;'- also there and was one Of the for (I C U..b./ .. nwl4' 0' DW"' . '. .. .. .....:. .. .. .". . .. ... 9 .27s 2V. 411 218 j._ we give free ticket with f,
''''Datel one-half of the population .who Bell BronaonMr .... . . neU of w)4 ... . ... .. .. .. ...... .. I/li.: Zee 40 RhMli J3 a each 50c t ,
j'CIIN&pe4' by a Dlt& le. S..lll* Pill.'. .. . n.U of neU .. .. .. . .. .. .. .... 27 27. 2118 40 1 14 Cash Purchase the :
Unknown ,. ..,... ...? affofne' Oteels" ..... .. .. . .. 2 251 -.... 2'rt :10: .69! on $75.00 Buggy- ,r.
J The known
Aynds are well In.tbl. Unknown.. .. .. . .. Uof n. ofnul'of *wj>(.. .... .. .. 8 :259 28e II till
: ):eitjr, where they have Tilted at' dlf- Unknown ,... ., ..* . stiafsw)< ef BwHofae... . .. ,. .. 8 :W0 IMe II 611 I '- '- .- A
rent tlm One, of the little VRUr..m..r /. I :2M1e 2.e W) 2111 :
s. girlsrejectod .
r .., ... . . . ) and.
., Unk.9wa. >> : w% .Of.it..h. itrlpVoyds
' to in the above list of Capt. .. .." of neM ' 1 !

.....bee''rel..he. was ushered into se" .. . , .. . . ... . . .. .. .. .. .. II 25e 269 94 149 i -
the world under a bright Florida sun, Kllnnia. Land Co.JManT .. aUol 054 I' .... ... ..... ..... .. . :.. .. 1/. 258 :2)/ lilt 1114 11
'Gainesville I '" a.u of DeUeDclDelioh..".. ... ". 9 25. 2Me:/ !"If 2 611
being her birthplace. Mrs.Hjrnds. J T 'BLay. .... w H of e- 0'u.' : .. 269 20' NIl
with her two little daughters, Unknown. ... .."... . w. of awkY. .., ....... .. .. .... 10.2f>II 110 1114 CALL ON _
11 :'.|)eQt tne winter here as4 the ALCbandle6. .. ..,, of..i; J'efi.S(. .. 12 25e 280 10 2111
J.lt./ear t K Moly...t..J.... bfe awoor of KU of Qwjrun N Ilob <
.attests otBert SI<< be reOksmbered > ,, 10 h S12 eti'W 10.oil.. .... ... .. .. 12 25e 260 12 110 FOR YC4f V Fa IEE/r z4CtdCY ati:
.' by many of our 1MM>Hle. Unknown .........,...,, 'all except nwU of raw" and nM of POR
Jut the tune of tba disaster> Bert w\4\ "oi......, ,...... ... .. .. ... 18. 26. 21e! 120 9 76 I30r3 r a w3r3V r 6r3 -
'".' who la in the Unknown;. ,.<-,',...' .all (except wW of nwi( and npf of 4swi4 J. &f&44E 4 e f/frY. .
tcabee a partner sheepss.g'with "
tan oft 1))... 1. 26. 28e 120 9 76
)' i Mr. HndlWI' visiting In Unknown....... ...... all except nw klof! nwU'and'jiu'o'fw '
r. He was. with\ the family at tax of Iwu.1 ., ... ... .... ...... 18 2rtI' 7 A e 250 9 76 CLOHIMG.I 1 '
Unknown . ... ..... .. ..... ' ? K.
: w" 01' ". ;./2'1 :!IIoI' bk 1'0 1 9 22 1 Dry GnodsTS.
of the
5 i disaster, and h is oeraalracle Unknown....4.*...., .w a'ncioriaxeaoViaoi" ').........:.12'1, :u.. 2e 160 S 22 : : :
I that he managed to J L O.&reeI..4,. IO.cros luaaq Inaeoorol awUof**W '24 25e iMO 10 71 ATz .
i lite when all about him were Unknown >. ,... .. :' all a.U: of aej N of K R. ? >..< ,,'. 61 269: a8. 20 I0 3r ir' J3r1r 1r Jir 1r l5C .
the Unknown .........,...,. all B 'JII\ In lot 8 SIOuPI land. 1'0 : 1 C4 ...IL'tLeCEtEe6 M.35r7r .
and t
to raging torrents '
: J ';"' ":, i owned bv or deeded lo Omuby and ilj/<

Chriatonber ..........."... ,.. ae'I.25II. 268 N 278 .. .
r., particulars Unknown.. ......... of 8.M ch W. of .
nwW new bee .
: i of the accident, were .- .' ? cxoept. r7t h Jbr ,, ;>>;>> '>>;>> '>>.
: ua oor run W 1 45 cb B S 78 cb #!; 1.66 .
MeoBjed yesterday other than a teleCfem .". .-> .cbU '.78 ch aad .except.... 10.11t ch -
}t 1 that his brother was safer but the W of n.cot run W to nw oor U D oh IC
Hjrbda family pejrlshed without excep then N .....rl' to beg-In .... .: .. .. I 26. 28e 34 262 -.:::...-- -
k' tion.,,,* DnknowB.i- ,...... ...."ofnw4uaoept166, yda wide off W
aid*. alao xcept be( ae oor of
Th Mends of Captain Slgsbee extend : 8 70 ydi W 10ft yd* _'

, to him slncerest sympathy the 8Jyd.Kiuiyd... ... . .. ..... . ... 1 2Ie! 7A. 811 178
A II: B__....... .. .Uof oel4 ... .... . .. ..... . I 20. 28u 11II 1114
lose of hie relatives, which oooured in Unknown.... ."....... nwt4ofn.i4' ".. .. .... r.... ...... 14 26. 2Ka 40 114 Formula tells the
j Oae Of the greatest disasters this cane MraMLBrUht..... .. n. ofnwl4ofnei4) ...isX... .... ..... 21 26. 24)6 10 118 story :
::. tory has ever known.-Oalnesvllle Vnlta ....?... . .. .. fraot'l awVi In Oaoeol* Co... .. .. ... .. 14 27. 40 114
: Unknown .i... ., .. .. Iroct'l) iwt OaceolaCo.. .......... 14 27. W'0' 4CJ 114
Sun ; RL Patrick,.. .. .... aef4 of n.tm, . .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. 1 lru 27. 40 18:1: Grove's
;w3.Th.isdy; mentioned In the' above Unknown.... ... .. .,\ swl4 ."D...,... . ..... ... .:... .. .... ., 28u.: 27. 40 114 ChronicChill' Cure
,!',!Y formerly. Ml, ** Isora Slgrsbee, of'K1MImmee. V1noWD... .........; aUof nl .. r. ... . .. . .. .. .... . .. 2IJ 25e flu 4CJ 1 N
5 whose friend *... .. ...... neVof. nwnwJ4oi . .. .. .. .. ... ..........1 81 Yr 77. ,411 114
many herewith "....pb Burtacher .. iwU .. . .. .. .... .. ...... 't1.159 77. 40 114 Not a patent me6ine a thin l pHtuowliquW 411 .
e .'win 1e&m sincere sorrow of her Unknown....... ..., \ 1;........ ..........?... .. \18 26. l7. 40 114 t'--Gnt tatter tate, ... etcli
sad late,.,'.. 's, c' 'l'el.p.b' Unknown?_?...,.'..' u'4of.e!' .U., . .. ... .............. ..... 54 2hoI 27. 40 114 Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract .i (
Unknown.. .._.. ...... .Ii . ......... .. . . .d'U'.... u 2lIt. 2'7., m I'. POPLAR BARK
'- '- - ''
; ::4 ip &LtciT 1 Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT
; iratattatlttsof Officer. UDkDOWD. _;... ...... 'bee 234 eb W 010. 6of owl, of aeiLuutYl.lO Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK. i
ob8867' N Fluid Extract DOG WOOD '
; SUteryoh BARK Fluid Extract
.The t-officers recently elected by Etof way 1.21 oh then ru,. N 6 SARSAPARILLA
.VUxulaMn. Lodge Mo. JO, K. of F, d. tnd 45 tutu W abeg. .. ..... t 2Ie! 28e U 188 It ,
'_.-1MI'bltoJ7> ) :;installed, at th., Op. UnllDowe .,." .......,... betr rue.1Ib a 78 E o.eb saw N .uteriyon CO'O, 'uwl'(a of a ae"Btof r-. Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Donjt Cure. 1

I4 ..' ..... ,on, Wednesday. evening, way tog point elue 8 of polht 6.e6 cb xor TO Best General Tonic. '
nly. 1"".,,: n. nor of :' rK M u.14 oor then! No Cure, No Pay.; Price. SOc. '.. ? /
The: installation ceremony will be to tel. ..... ...... 1 2Ie! 2Ie! 234 2011
? Norgan'sdupDlvof
II B nwy of s.i"( I 26. .2IIe _
J ooa.>icnsa by Dr.. W. W. DeHart. of JOMpbJn.. 'Plercey., lot B block, 11 M B .110.._'. l1ifellUo. -

!*Tampa,Past Grand Chancellor Cotnnaader h to Cumpbell Cit ..... ..+.. .'...... I" 2Ie! 28e' loa - "p 1
- '' of the .Uakuowa.ow.im IoICbkxlltl.MBMOI1I.addllloato.: ..._ .. .. .
Jurisdiction of Florida; '-'-" '
Campbell CUr,............ ....1 2Ie! -28e- - "'110 -
Dr,:DeHart,' who i* one of the most Baa 1.noa Ee& ... ..., Block It M B Morg.n's addlUoll 10 '' .

eloquent speakers ... well as one, of Campbell City ." ; ... ... I 2Ie! 28e 162 -To"'Cure' Cold in One Cares Crip .
fee best posted Knights, in the State O.kwo...........;.. lot A and lot D block N o1'tl' BI'ot Day
I.D'a addltkro. to Campbell CII' .. I 26It 28e 119Untnowu faTtroDays.
rill also deliver .
lecture
on the prutf NA9CQO88U' ,
: Laxative
doles and purposes of Pythlanlsm. rp..."...7' .. lot'7..... ..........? .. ...,. ...,.. ..'... 18. 21\1 8l0 10 \18 Take Bromo Quinine Vii t.c / A on
W Will be .... .... '.. D.J4ao&U. .......... :.. ... .. .. .. 111 26. 0s 2% \\III every
I wpm a rare literary treat. I R _,.........?.... lot:tt....... .. ,.. .. .... .,..y...,... .,... 111 2IIe 81. 10 Seven Mm koala. sold la part 13 .....*. Thfa' (9. >iOC box.
public 1* oordlally invited to. ..ItDo..a. ..,........ Sl5matnre. /r vti a.sc.Ifi .
Icy 40. ... ,. ........ ......,..... .. 11 21\01 III. .6
t, attend and witness the Installation Uoknown, ... itaol lot, ...,. .. ...... ....... 1. 2IIe 81. 8 1"1
IIWDOII711.* listen to Dr. Dee t O..!': '!...,.. ..4r... sy&1ot20 IQ........ .... ...... .. ......11!. 20 26s !!. I6. ..
.... .. .... ....... .. : .. -
------- . ......... IU.. Ill.
i;: Hart's address.;: All Kisslmmee should Otoow".* ":.... tat 1/ .tl4.i.: >. .. ...i.. .80 : 66 ..
?
: be there.,, UDItOOWD. ssa.....M' si4lotbl' ..-... *",**..*.. .*..(. .>.... .. III 0 Hftal 1I1..W e'r'tii+e'B'tI
_ Unknown i,1t..s.... 10&811I, an. awi&. 81....... :.......*....... W ilialt4 ol ...-*.:.f.,!- M'
: Fish Law Uhkaown,....... .c 10& 86."..,... ...,. ?."....... . .. 10 2'e 81* 1 67 a 1
riot Ckag.d1 UakwD...'. ; ............ ...... iLFS l lfJS
i. Mariblock ?" JW US* 81* 1 57
; .
.' 'There having been considerable dls-. Uotaoa, .'. ,. '.... :; .. D...A01IfKYIIEDB.....h.. 1MI $ ) IITEtiflII J JLife

9' law would have on the situation here sTIIuai: stilly,.?....... lot 1 Sleek aBn ... .........:." ..;.....?.. -,' State BanMissmmecOffers
Ua"DOwu ...\......... lot II block .... :;...... .. -
:
w* will state there has been no change UataotalotiblockM.. ,.... .. ......r..r., !. ...,..". . V,_ .. __ _, Sl ,. ; =
,W' ,.....CJah": .....laxity ,la, it'*, passage 'the bill Kr Bt.k .......... 100'forTasJIOl: ) Igook 1G.......r.. ... 66 \
wbMJb,wan {atrodneed and JIB r..11. ... loll look 71:..... .... ..........?. 66 .
was sup- GrimD 8mttk.i? tot 16 block II".f..... ..... I ( nE I II -
66
< *
poaed lo. have passed at the 'last. aee- TGl'IfII.8I11UIa......./' E.IOI.bloell" 54.r..a..y..q.* I } .
ion o4| legislature failed- 3o. become IWBill....,........,.. ...., Los III bloc III.. '... . ......J.......4., j \ M M to Customers Every Facility I
: UalllljO......... ... 10& block 105 J II* ,:
,
law. 65C
a. t
\. , 4< "- l'lortd.Arlculara1Ca. Bub.. DIP.'of11--Ifs Consistent with Sound +
!
tl0rE
P : I I, Management. n
I TuDplQ . ... .A.. ... . 1 ISA' '
i rV Actctiosi Sss... Tnppl.,.....,.J.'i" ./; loltt..Jt.f... } .:... .1.\ .'..;.'. ;,'.".."..* T.- 1WK ff i I

Will be' sold to' the highest bidder : D ...'..*....,........'.'. 'Pot 4 block,1U88nnllllC 1.Bon addllloD.: .yi , ; Fire AccidentAnd i iIi. Personal Attention to AH'' $

a' the residence of Rufus Graham at B H P D".b" dddhtoa 118..I i Business .Intrngted to, V. 1
10 A. M; Thursday June 25Lb. lot of 1110 lun.. .,...,..;.,,;,. tots block G.-. ..... ; I J8 ....... .

household and kitchen furniture. In w R )/oCr....:.... ...", 'Pet:laD4 I'1cknna......*5 d.Diy.01. .tot....7..I'....Lk.n, .Co' Add 178 N. B. 1
food shape andiLom. bargain JYU.rds.Jd." bttl ; .CARSON. '
be had. -R. T. BUTLER may. Roburt Dee ddabi-Skoima( ; k.e ,?. hub Dlr i: ofblocb DL and IL IIIJlark Burglary. () .HI "; '
Ii.
4 "'UIIaJDe.'i"...s 1D..;.. .......................... : M ii iii .

a "'l'bOlDpeoa..t\c"c." I end c.Robert..... ..................A4.' do... ......, .' . I ';. 1 Wfl i p.DR p.
a B .... *
lot \ .
.? .
... of lir-rkrt"-li''L! -. I .
: W) ; . PotSbo.mak.r'esob'Divof .- . 8 < -
< wl ... 'bliik"UL .;. "

.. ,' .t'J'bompeoa.. .;.. aIbloekAlbIoOIIB.. .....JII...._?........"....,' I'..., '' .' I.106. Fidelity Bonds. : IV101 'FET'1" 8 IilmCDeferH__' !
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..." '. Lola Da.s.y.n....... lot .blocIt4..j"......._... :"I''. ""y. 1\ 17A Wartheo) ,Dv w NnNB Fna.re..h' 1oIot.. aand.llioeit f.',... ....;........ ' .
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6 Valley Gazette 1 '> &de"the tuner, Orl&ndp. ... :School; 'Board. Proceeding -w c .

I Miss Aims GrlfflttvlsitM:' relatives ''Kissimmee, Fla.: 'June 2, 103. 1 I ----r
TKLBPHdfMH 1,1, I
NO. it. PIne Cattle. last. Reek.Loy' '. The Board, of Public Instruction ,BHS.HCSS locals ; J 4sttMt't

new /'l.a.tIon'ery' received ..this met there being present K. O. Stan'tol'd
UBLISHED EVKKY ,JfKIDAY, week. Send us your orders for Job '' ;Chairman; J ,Strickland and A.

'i BY . Work.'. . : S. Campbell; also W. B. Hlnton, Su- ..... ...........,.. '. fs' + ,
POUND_ A' HARRIS.CHURCH 1 perlntendent of Public Instruction.The - 7 -- ::0'hl.oe '"
Mrs.T: II: Waring. and children left > minutes of. last meeting were Fruit Jars at Watsons.. .

a on Tuesday evening/ to loin her hus 'read and approved.Treasurer )
t" DingQTOHY.ksntoDMT .' band In Virginia.We '' J. II. Gilbert, Sr., 'reI Standard Patterns at Ka...'." l r

"BV.orreachIDf;: : aaeh BabJb. regret. to know that Mrs. JV.M. {I ported. as follows: .. ," ... .. '
Water ,
11 a.m. sod 7 o.clock. Prayer meeting Coolers at. Wstsons. -
Fla. June 1. ,
Kissimmee 1903.
4 try Thunday at T Wlll.on, Jr., has been slightly Indisposed -
erentni p. n Sabbath To of
loot the Hon."Board pubUo Instruction lu and ... I '
t4 Sunday m this week. Violin
for Oa. strings
I J.T. UKLL, Paitorv eola lo at Dann's.Mosquito "
0 larnT CBVUUM-O. J. FrI.... PaatorLjMhlnf .+ L.. 'o. Conklfn, of" the KUslmmee I herewith tender my report as treasurer
.T or" Sunday a. m. and T p. m. Drag Co., has' been spending the week of Osoeola county for the month nets at Watsons.:
Ens P.rl.'.. mMtlac ..10 ... m. Sunday of.May, 1903 : HDV.JhN
l Bool(.41 a. n. Prayer ...ttn.every 'I'll.' ,.- In Jacksonville.WANTEDTwo. For real bargains go to Stanford's. .. .
.
.... Visitors TlU:48t1!: &ER' REPORT. -
71 w. oome.tr.
p. always
ORII". IrieoorAL Cnoacii-ArohdeaeonIT. furnished rooms by May 1, 'To bal. iron last report.1181 *1 '"
leftor..er.loe ....ry Sunday single gantleman. For further ,...rt.tout.r..pply..tthl. 1 ISTo Amt from ComptTsrAW: Ice Cream freezer at W lotion.. ,WHY FAMOUS? .
+ tnlniatll. .... R R1902..r.r. : 'M 1'1 .
1, Sunday Hchool 11:110 p. Full office May 18. To Ant. Compt FI.Mld ka....; 0147M yo: yds...!.-4 Il I ,
'lull anise 1>y the Reotor third and fourth. .. .. .Sheeting, .. Stanford's. tiff ''
Bays of each month.lasTTBRiAM I Ad* 'Bass, son t>f Commlssloiier ". ., ."M * Telwr.ph. C- 494 Because hare stood'overy test for durability; ''style''and
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fl rat Sunday sue third..-DlTtne Sunday worship: In each onr i Walter Bass, Sr., is seriously 111 at May. 1. To amt reed W.B Hinton: tai fIQ Haveyou Dana: sl8tanfordJhas.lust seen the- bargain.c counterat .comfort.that years of service have subjected .them, to .arid
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of uotssbdool
f, _Lib Morning lerrlre at 11 n. a.. Inn at his father'shome. near town from 'o 7A
[ ."10. at 7 m. Sunday School at to amt, Ux ooUector. taxe* IWj. .,''' ... 1M 29 have met: every requirement thereof to the entire satisfaction of
: a. m. C. _. .ryes at SUB: p. ... Prayerin :! 1 Mrs. Chas. B.Dd7 an& Kirs. J. M: TOja' collector, polls- ItKW.. .... .*,..'.,, 77 OO : what. you want In ,
:. Thursday. .... invited:00 p. m. Ky.I Gilbert, Jr., hare. both been quite 111 To 1'ax. Collectorpous.,1801..Jv.M.. 1 fa new styje'Oxford's. ." > the hundreds and thousands of women whodaily"wear! ''them..

to.1 s,U meet cordially F, Q. BAILSV'to alteua Pastor th. .j this week. Mumps was the cause.Representative ,. __ aryls They are therefore famous for the three qualities that must, be .
Battle
Axe
@ By "aD., *paida. per JJa&......$ 624 N Shoes a specialty'at
,y tax UAVIDSOM,Boot of e. .. Crawford, of Orange Guloe ot; Bratton's. Combined In a shoe to entitle It to consideration 'at ':all.. Many .
any -
r '-. -' County, was in town Wednesday and To Balance.....4.........t.............;..18122 49eCHOOI "
.5 5 Official Weather Report. paid. the Valley. Gazette pleasant Call. ,._DI".IC'f BO. 1, Watson Is giving away a $1 .OO brands of shoes'' look: well; many; ;
lay 1'1'0 bah'DCIOluL ...... .
report -t..S lot 20
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Mrs Hale ,. top buggy, See him about i$. 'have one of more of these 'p lnts' of '
.BA S TsMrBBATVBBVBcs: : And little daughter of By warra..ta paid sa per IIa', : ; 40

'l'lltI..D.i ITBH i.. ..laDe.Ia- IMS. .Be.eemerAla.ar"hed last Kriday .. "To. ".I.nO'.H.* 102,79 An up-to-date line of Men' Straw .excellence: -well developed and are really ", 4 ,,
to spend the Summer with her ps enu. SCHOOL sus-Dinraicr II,.. 2. Hats ac Stanford's. '
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1, Maa. Mta! isle. : Mr. and Mr. J. A. Dandy y May.. 1., Tobalaaoe. ..... ... SI10 .. good shoes, but none have .the a

-.alLo;- Mrs' 'Little and 1*I To...Amt. ... Coinpt.. taxes BIT.a.. W R Old papers 200 -per i hundred at the three developed to that degree; that
daughter of Plant R 11KW ... ...... ...... .... ,411 IM Valley Gazette .
office.Stanford
'..re.0rdayaa City sinter and hire June 1.-To' tax collector taxes, 1M2.:... 18 05f ; "
v ,.,.,,... a 6 niece of D. P. . potsthem'inthe same,, class as the'
,.., .M tJ4 ..21dq Graham, are ( '
....r...... 16. 611 ..16 -visiting our town, the 148 7S Is sole agent! for... Douglass Queen are
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guests of Mr. Graham at her home By warrant list .. ... ..... n Shoes Quality.,, They unapproached -
ed.r .......... 611 .... as par : at Kissimmee.See .
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.041a7.......r... 0 .;.. In,North Kissimmee. and ko far unbpproachable' : ,, by
To .
bataac..r..a 1* 01
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!, 6 ndw. ,.... M t .... Mr. J. F. O'Berry Is having. lumber SCHOOL .V..PI./Cor VO. .. and. price those, Summer Suit 'competitors. Of course'' we keep' a 1
at Qaloe A .
t and other building material placed May 1. To balac.p.i: : 1M IS Bratton's. '
/. A. SIM PBON. P. M. on the ground for the erection of a ""Del. To tax collector UMS.1M3.,..'...ilSTS_ full supply of all styles on ,hand,--*i

handsome residence on the Jot where ..' van Try a pair of Queen Quality Shoes. Their fame was'not made bY/flot'does I

'''. jOur rates for insertion pfadvertlselents his dwelling was. .' recently, .burned.. Bjr warmnt ae.per llet.-.<:>........,..'.,...',i> OS Sold only by Stanford. it'apply to one style or 'one! price of' '

among the reading matter on I The residence of Mr.' U. M. Pfann is Tobal.oo&.d..U..y.a: : 1M 4tcjfooL Subscribe for "Tbe Designer," at. them... :The."Queen. Quality" .trademark {

1 lls page is ten cent per line each Inbrtlon. being treated to a coat of paint that soa-oisraiCT j"o. 4V SOcts. per year, at KaU's.. _. on any shoe is a guarantee that!

rdS adds greatly to Its appearance. Julius May lTo balance.-' .;,..,..,.,* 821 SS a'
., Hyde and. Mike Remington are June. 'To Tax Co...lue., 11)02.. >.,,...\. 17 A be "t.lfuilla. of plain and figured ,,,1t'la-the best Summer weights and

the artists. ,who are. wielding. the f 8 n Lawns at Guloe & Bratton'a. styles now on hand. We Invite our', | .

+, 0000000000000000 brushes..,- i '" .< By warrants paid u p.rUn._.,..,-,.,..".-'.....-; 98 Subscriptions received for 'The D-o.llfDer" lady friends to enquire for:,them.. ., J

Local News. .Reeves. &-Wood on. Tuesday lastpurchased Paid. To and balance canceled- .warrants.........,.;...amounting ...* 837 78 . 'at 80o per year.. At KaU's.. ., .' . '
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__ . I the market business of W; trfHlx Hundred Twenty-Seven Stanford has Just received '''a 'new FOR SALE IH KISSIMMEE) ONLY BY''H.

-. J T, Waring. and. moved the handsome 17-100 Dollars 027.77)were) burned In lot of Spring Dress Goods.. Call and
Ixtures across the 1It.l'f'et. to.their market. see them."Dororthy'Dodd". .
session.- "
open -
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.. They are a new firm but a lively *+
C.
Teachers elected as follows ., Stanford
were : '
one'. and as ,Mr Wood is '' '
; experlenedn Shoes fullyguaranteed
. S-u-- are
one School No. I, A. A. Slmpsan, C. E'; .
'Ph .the ,
your wants.We'll business they have* ..plendldpro.peets Yowell 1.siBertie Johnson, Miss --you take no risk. Sold,
.y for ., ,
career. only by Daon.
0- ajuccessful "
r M. C. Bryan, Miss Emma 'Yowell, I. e I :

do the .running. : Madam Rumor has it that Dan Prescott Miss Flora Farnsworth Miss Virginia Just received new lot of Embroidery The Originator ot Low Prices In > D '
Kissimmee.
f
has purchased the vacant block Parker, Miss Albert Hinton and .Lace. Guloe & Bratton. dVVVVVVVVVV
KISSIMMEE DRUG Co. In North ICIsalmmeitknown as the music tevcher. The assistant prlocl- *. -

Hammock,". and that he will build pa.l'rplaceto be, filled, Prof., J. M. The handsomest line of Spring/ and ., ;.(
ft
I Ira Bass pf Sanford was la the city a-home!there. It is one of the most Wood having notified the board that. Summer Dress Goods ever offered In 1

Thursday.Mm definable building lots in the city he would not apply for, that position town at KaU's... , .. 1. .
V and It is hoped the new' owner will again.School. f .. ..,..
. D. B. Clark of Tltusvllle Is : No. -Miss Flrsie Over- '
adorn it with
handsome
lulling friends In the City. a structure. street Remember with each cash purchaseone VVIVVVVVVyVV ':, '
School No. 13C. U. Garrett Prin free ticket io the tlft.OO' Top Buggy J
June 18th Mr. J. C. Edward, wife and two ,
[Born, on Thursday to Dann's .
r at Store .
Jr. and M.... W, M. Hutson, a son. children, have been tn.KlHstmmee this cipal. '"
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week: prospecting' with a view to lo- School No..' 28. J. .P.' Hawthorne Stove .wood. .6<5 J NOW/ IS THE TIMlEFOR :
.Born, to Mr. ...and. Mrs. W. Z. ating. They are very favo-ably Impressed Principal. "
tlley on Thursday. June 18th, a son. with ourlittle city. Mr. Kd- School No. 29-MUs Lillie Dale. We will furnish Stove Wood, delltf: 1..

flu Dora. Barber of boggy creek wards. 1s a member of the firm of Edwards School No. 35-.MISS Nora Partln, ered to any part of town mt SI.00 per i

.; pens last week with her aunt Mrs. J, .. Smith": Co., turpentine op. subject to examination. Strand. MAYNARD. LUMBER. . I'

}. Babor. orators at Lougbraan, and his beating School No. Mlss-Albina Smith... .BO DAYS.t
f .re..i here will very probably draw Arthur and Guy O'Qulnn were appointed 1>>;>>;8>;>>a>; I
Parties. dedring. estate Kla-
other families also.. Janitor of School No. 1. '
Immee will do well to communicate. BEFORE WILL ... BNTIRB' LIMB
Other appointments will follow as I PRIOBS' RBDUCBD Oft OUR o
rlt.h.. IIiirKort_ . )] emln '. ."'J. K. ITllliard .. .
-- --- - ------- a.man whose!! heart rapidly as practicable. '

1.8. II. Bullock's handsome Dew rear I..n In the right place which fact the V. The Board prepared the following: I t GOING M

once Is about. 'completed Ue will Q. crew Is ready to testify. to from ab JTJCMJZED >KSTIMATB or EXPEN ES. All 'persons indebted f to me. ;frill please call ,and pay

ove> into it next week. soluteknowledare.. -Last Friday hadrew ... ( Omee of Board of Public SHOPPING I thef' accounts as same must be closed '
up- ,. Ilg
l. up to our front door and handed j Instruction, Osceola Co. 1 ,
E. Minx will open a meat. market. a 35' pound watermelon to the devil of June 2, 1903.: '. -.Put'oui' 'name on :
n 1 orth Kissimmee on Monday, next. this establishment 'which aforesaid '
To HOD. Walter n..J. Sr., Chairman, your list for .
adv. in another oolumn. Brew proceeded at once to demolish.' Und members of the Board. .of County -

' -Mt.* Annie'"Da vis,.-of...Tampa, and It was of the strawberry. variety sad Commissioners: Toilet So! .. S" J. WV WATSON

r hllis Hays of South Carolina are as flnly, flavored as any. we've tasted SIRS: The County Board of Public hrfum.ssre.re.

guests of.Dora West In North Kisslm- for a long time. ** Instruction in session on this day *.
found the following funds necessary eo.... OO oo.1
Charlie Wtlla r 'and, Frank Farno-. Bath OoodsBto
Tor the school operations In Osoeola ,
irs' S. J. Swanson and childern I' worth have formed a partnership in .
} are expected to-strive from Lake City County for the school year beginning _i ._
he and We .
blacksmlthing manufacturinguslness have. - -- - -' -
July 1 1903 and June31904 somesurprises'In :: :' r
i" tomorrow to spend the' summer with and the ending : : : .t ,
> occupy Garrltv stand .
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For payment of onutandins wuraot'.f too 00
Mr. and Mrs O., C..Peeler. In North Klsstmmee. They will man- .. pnrcliM. of textbooks.eba_elO.. .. tam 00 high quality and '
t I faoture" conitrui-tlon of school house...... Boo( 00 low prices, and you. should not
Cadet. Howard Kate, Irvin Slmpaon buggies wagons, road-carts -repairuf school houiee..........;... 100 00 miss them' ," 't Tod Carruthers and HenryTJaas pto.. but wilt make. repair, work: a ens- .* lueurane of school house .......,. 100 OO
clalt,. These, young men are. well ," Incidental expenses of scho 1e..t WO 00furniture IOY LE :
came home this week from Lake City, .. Just now there I. extra attraction SHOP.
rw tied with tools and for> ..,hou.........'..,...... MOO
up appliancesnecessary
College for the summer. vacation. .1 per diem and mileage of board.. ... SNOflOsalary at our store In .pur ,latest ... ,.'
to the success of the business N County Bunt nchools.<.. .. .. coo OO 'perfume,"" ,.
,' The W. C.T. U. meeting Is po'.p<>ned and are worthy of the patronage . .N. ooranUelon of treasurer ... 90O 00 e .

nnUl Wednesday June 24th. Let ashoy of the public.J. N '.*. teachers.. School.. No.* 1 five.. months ?225 1 IS 00 OO CONGO ROSE .' ,Thompson's Old Stand. as
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be
present as possible, as the N NN N 225 ,00
membership contest will be decided on. 37. Watson his let. the contractor N N N N N d .* 1711 00 There Is an atomizer full of it. '
the building of two brick .. N N N N 7 to N
stores on :!'mOO
and
'It. A.. Lankford returned from the !the lot recently purchased by him to N N N N N g .4 1:1.00: upon our counter we want J'Wi: sonJiopr et
my '
K N N N p 1 ,,,126 OO :you to- test Its fragrance, delloay : ; r.
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fJEait Coast, where' he has been en. the north of Stanford's store Mr. N N: N N 10 auo oo .c. and permanence.It ,
Hraeel ia' the trucking business", on Stanford. has. .also let the contract for H N'N N u12" 11600 . ;

r,, Wednesday lie reports a fairly suojCceasf the building of a brick storeroom adjoining ,,1 'N.. N N N H H" J4 IS .", M-* 550 126 00 01N costs 1H cents per ounce, In 1

S I 1 ul season. his 'present location. When a N '. .1 11 J8 N 11 J25 OOM a handsome bottle which will Bicycles cleaned and repaired. Full' line Sundries -" M'
flashed he both it and his /1 N N 41 |7 M M 126 00 plealle time \ ,
y youlookat
J you every
Mr. W. C. Dais and children for< left present stand. There are also rumors N N ,N N N N. .Nr., "JO"M 1111. u N 17500 It. .- :, always'on hand. Good, tires $5.150 perpair, BlY .'' rs: '
'f on i Wednesday evening Salem 100 00 '
of other brick buildings which are toobe /1 N a N N 211 N N 1/10/ ) sold' :
,
Va., to spend the summer with rela- .. OQ cycles bpught and ;
built this summer but as yet they N N N N t7 N 125 00 Our fancy,, perfume atomisers'range ,, .
lives. and Walter Is the loneliest N N N' (*" -
debuite / s1 18 N (75 00 in price from COo to tl.00.i- r"fEl
looking man in town. have not assumed shape; N N N .. N 1 211 a 176 OOi ffCHC!<<4 N<>7.>>Z'>>1I '>>1>> .,; '- .0-
.1. N ./ N DJ N N 1UO OO Everyone a beauty.THE > .....W .,; : !!._
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?' Mr.: It. 'D.. Fuller has. fresh orange. The nnadsy School; Plcaio. .1. ... N H N18 N. N1d600 $M '.
!u from his grove dqvn the river at Orange '* I. N '" 1150,. N ISO OOw :
N N N N O'scEOJ.PHAR :
annual gfl 125 00
Hammock. lie has about fifty The Sunday School picnicwas I. N .. N ACY
\ N .. 8H 124 00 nt1ntl1n1ntn1n1 1nmtJtn"! ItttnnU1nntntn1tlttnttJnf., ; ;: .
boxes, which came. from November held on Fleming's Island. last. .N .. N. .. "III". ." 125 OOH '
Saturday and though not so largely N N 4 t 40 '
125 00
blooms and are jus now ripening. / .. N N M 41 12ft 00 TTiT7T>Pa>r Tys >> gr N9RTH: KISaiMMEB, PHONI ,H. 8G. = ,', .'
attended have had
. as some they nere- ..' M' .,' ). .. .* N .- : p
I 'Protracted services, are. I.In progress ofore, it was. one of the most enjoyable N .. N a 49 43 .. 125 125 00 00 , 1

h at the Methodist church. The pastor outings the Sunday Schools have N N .. 44 it 49\,., .i 125 OO ._ W. GRIFFIN j F'
is being assisted by the Rev Mr. ever had.The dense, shad;.hammock -
York, of Apopka... and the services on the Island Is an Ideal spot 'for a 10320 Ol> tyw -- '
Mil probably continue through nextweek. picnic,' and Ice water and lemonade A levy of five mills on the taxable V :

./ were furnished by the barrel. Swings property of the county will be necessary :

t I Senator C. A. Carson. who wasre bad been put up for the little fellows to give the amount Imperatively I' fancy. family() (Groceries '

oently elected vice president of the and'comfortable seats erected' for. the needed, and we hereby request"you,,to

Board. of Trustees of University of older ones; preparation. had allo been levy the same. ,,
Florida' at Lake City attended the made for bathing-and: .fact everything Bills were approved.-:and warrants Iw !oJE"
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Commencement exercises. of that .institutlon necessary for the, comfort and Issued, as followed.TSAcaias.*' :}. j .r
this week. '. injoyment of the plcnloers had been saLaaics.A F&EEta: 'CEA'T : ,
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AHImpnon, U mo. sal.teacher ach No 1. 4S OO '
I Rev-A. E.'' Crane, pastor. .ofthe oy&ndo ? provided by be wide-awake committee J M Wood N 87 nnMies -== If I \\1: '
made each N ".
Elrbt.t.rlpl were way to JobatOe" 23 50 .
Baptist church will preach in O K YuweU'" .. M 80Ml. e Delivery hour solicited.. ,S
and from the Island. -fo *athemorn- everyday, :at'any ; 'patronage .,,'
.. N N to' ..
Kissimmee church
t ft Baptist nezt.8und..y Bryan 2>>80
tug *nd four In the afterBQ using ," N t*
Farusworth. .22 60 "
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and.
morning evening andUerJjLj..Frier _
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both Captain-Johnson's steoVrVs, the NI..Yo..elt. _"- .4.4n2161 7illULILU1li1U11i1tUulillluUlllliiUlll/l1ultlU1ULLILUll1t1/ rimmmmmmmmmmmmmminmnimnmmmnij n
: the pastor here., will. ( Roseada-andrLUUerH".."'>. --r- .-FaTker: ," 17 60 ,..
fill 1 his pulpit in Orlando. Tb.... Woodall)Janitor school No 1.+...... 4 00 .
. Mr. Hurbert Fleming made an ad. W II Corner.............. ..r.......,....,. to 00
L M. Sawyer, colored, Is l in thy tollspsarired mirable host, and was untiring In his Mies AlblnU Smith((2 months............ 64 OO . e ( ,
with carrying a pistol concealed forts( to entertain lhisguests./ He also J W .......,,b....,.......a 800 "
did valiant. service and obtained the Mrs Red..B.k. ..,,..,. .........>. .. 8A 00 '
oa his. person. Be will doubtlessly Miss Ptnle Overutr.t..6000Js. ' ( ; {

. do penance for so ruthlessly asting' gratitude. of the crowd by P Hawthorn (a month).. ............ 5O SO MUCH MEDICINE
t.hel..w.. of the hauling the baskets boxes''water barrels ,.11( Hllbb.rd (ll d..I.) S4 76 '
trampling op; period'' Mies Huslo Johnston 11 days.............. 14 M ta not 'if4some I INEW' M'EAT 'MARKET 1 1In
from the boats to the Ion la necessary' ia 3'
dipping turpentinefor, : a long etc p BOBaker..i.....,. .. ........,.......,- 20 CIO '

I gull Bass. -recently sold 700 bead of rounds were and-heard back.r, from.,:'Numerous the plcnloers, comments Mlaa Pearl.Walters.I.e........sooi.- ....<..,:,. as.W taken before the.ailment Itltts'. = =T't ,- ,f *

beef cauls to. Howard. Tampa W B Hlnton salary Bopt. and expenses to,, a hold on the'system.. 5
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the of &.he.i.l..nd and all
., who was here last Saturday superintending on were agreed.beauty that but' for the, absenceof H'J'.U..h.O Stanford MBPI,, ...... "..!*.....,.......... 7e tOO 66 ",', One dose in time,, is better 5, -:North Kissimmee \ 6

the shipping of the last. ."Eve"Mr. Fleming,would have a X Strickland M R PI....... ...,.....: .....: 500 than. a dozen bottles later. ; .
I installment. of them had ............. ,......
half
Aoout modern !'G..r. len of Eden.'!' He A 8 Campbell B P I IS 00Kiaelmnve ::3
This
I previously been! ', driven through' the bal the fruits and flowers, and l is' almost under Valley contract'Oesett.....t 'Monthly..f... .pdu4In1y ...... 416 "''somethingfor is. the time bloOd.-\to.take : '
I ; country to Tampa. '- tie v within a stone's,throw of< "Para-' J H Gilbert oomaa treasurer_'*_.,..' ...... S3 S4I the, > 11IleJt Boo! to Ba.ntx{"B8 dg'$ tole:
Mrs. Sat tte'V--Island. \ > F Williams lumber and No.IS 11 26 .One of the many good
Alvy and clildrep'} left on Lewln Hall cle.rln.schoolyard, .28 60 1
I, nrday for a visit to relatives in Jack On the rast trip home Capt'Johnsonmade ;J H Batvden palntlnf ' N 15 M t. i
I sonvllle.. They were accompanied by a very pretty little >maD<* er Wjk Hall laboreehool No IS ;' ...' S 00J.CT.onlaborschoolNo12.t Sl.,RING. TONICS'we'can / .

I' Mrs.Medlock, (n. tber' of Mrs. Alvy, with his fleet ,ad'eame.back: 'three ;J R Gilbert com fund Bo2 i.T-(
L'who has been 'visiting her children abreast. ,- a barge tn the' middle with J R Gilbert special. fund No 8. .......,. 14 recommend 'should be fleas at the stand named above and'solicit a share of your pat } f''

r here for several' months) who U reI the. two boats. secured... to" elttmr side..'. ; J HUUbort' .peolaHt.nd' No4..t... 5..l. '1* 'taken;. ,Clean out the body 5'' ronage. Will handle only the best meats and,will deliver to: ,
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turning her home In Arkansas. .. '\' ; ,,J MWILL..IIOKs.'a.. : ITO $-T CNbaa., ,, .before the hot weather.,'Then'"- = all parts of town las expeditiously: as possible.. : Give"" me;your : :

L The IC. ot'P. Is a:, growing' tastltuI : I10TICB Wf wv ;.,.Actln.8ecretarr.Jttclt I you can stand ITbetter.Kissimmee E orders; they'll be highly appreciated.. : > :!
I"S Notice Is hereb71rIven'tb..t.. lhsvcltytax I
Lion in Kissimmee. Three candidates ,
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I 'for the rank of Page and,one for, the books. will be closed on tbe 30th ." Hancock and tone or .itwo' others ;S': : t1' Yery.fespectfully(5,: ; ,, .red

I/rank of Enquire were put through .the 10'''. Parties ''Interested -may'save ..1." on Monday last for a trip'' often 5 ; lt,._

I $paces by Friendship Lodge .Wednes- additional. costs by paying their lazes! days or two weeks down the .riveron I L.'. E.: MINX., .. . '=
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{.day night. ., The Lodge Is fast. gather ON-t.h&t.J1"k a bun for-snakes and alligators; Drug Co.' '; ." .
.1 'Un Plrs11i7 the first be killed for the skins the ; I 7liUlUiUlUluilllUUlllllUlU1t11iUiUllltUlUt ;\\t!
If;ug In the best men of the town t' +R to : \
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he' waited:about tmttrMeg the servant :
JOHN
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; came to It to fetch bel'.broom.. ; ,

1J4 The'woman started "with a gruff ex- S 1

clamatlon at his appearance ,
Thorp's 'tiothlng for you to be fright 1 :
cued about.." mild' .lie qiileOy. ;
'I only Successful .exp rlmelltl have bee Salo
want you to tell, me whether that Is I made 'for obtnlu'nff' alcohol and sujal LiyeryJteS; .Feefl
exactly the state In 'which
; you left from pine and birch sawdust:
the cupboard whpn ,.you went to itlast" .
:?! . I Stable I
r11II Andrew Carnegie lies given RedWing : Stable.
IONlllfllll 11111$ I -- -
4t: It' bad needed only a few :
\ III} eP ;'very momcnts another Fri: gift toward n public .
for him fro decidetlint this was library' Increasing 'his gift to
not the womA of whom bo was In 'UT.OOOi: . '
orence\/arden"?; search Stout broad clumsy of move ;/ 1

gtafhor.; F"The Mouse 'onff ltu'' Mars>>,''' elc went aDd' bea'7.or tread the* robust ', AH .
",. figure. ;before him. bad certainlynone,< tons! of ,electrons or atoms- with -
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1: CHAPTER flitCoptlnued. see the greater: :part of the email. ) --room.. o(the uimDi.eneBi of.thq'tblef or whom )ll| or unbalanced electrons. either j'

but no trace of human he WU.'JD_nea'rcliv. IIe'b; d.had eiixjrlence'enough QjjItJve01'.Ji #aUv .: .' .
a beingJlcplduLlmeelL. | --
4' .'And p: will not ted.me whnjjhi . - --- aa" to know how to assume.t. -' 1;AOll nt.for .S Standard Oil
'- entirely I reassuring \vlthpersoiu'of .mnkers learned Company. '
sort of, eagerly.balt-}ldea; wnsy interruptedClifford 1 occurred After the to lapse! thattUo'ofa' few minutes intrude I t hl'r'slamp. and manner It took...betooltJi l'French way of cabinet preparing sawdust here And'lnnk : : .

'Koanswere.d Nell,.firmly. might have concealed himself in a cupboard few'nilnute; to recover her *elf..J']{> log It Into articles of ornament filet rticmblo !. .

'- And nowT' pursued Clifford. whlthtllfed the recess between possession" and to ausxrtr him Iritelll- carved woodwork:; : '. ..' . '

"Now I bare no more Idea who did the-wall and tbe fireplace"on the other gently -
s a than )'bu"have yourself. At first' side of the bed. Trusting to his own "Why; no It (lln.t." die: ld..wUh robust , Anew national b'ank' Is1-*being organized -.. lSSIMMEE '

trled to think that this )[r. Lowndc.. nlmbleness. to prevent the espipe of surprise lindvehemence., "Tb, In !Bt: Paul to occupy the . .rt1 "
went to sleep with his head *full of the thief he climbed quickly, over: the thln .' ,?as been knocked down an' quarters of thcNortbeni Savings JilU1! ; '

thought of robbery And that be bed,-and boO his hand on the cupboard trampled ODe an'. all .my clotbi'mlsed Sixth and Minnesota.Btrccta. .

'dreamed all that, long story' that be door when a sound behind bin\caused up. 'Vb,. do you think sir" she went 'EIVE.E S 'EOT1TE'

told us. But tbe more I thought about him to turn his head Just In' time# to oil with round, eye, "that the'.thief .. A Canadian Inventor cliltus to have .

y tils! manner of telling ut, the more I see the door of the room'pong open 'iRs'elf bas'been in Tierc?'' ID.entl'lI'A-'ltem' of telephoning ae-

could not help believing that It' 'wn by tbe shadowy figure/ who' must have And she looked back at her broomS; tween stations, utlllxlog tbe railroad STEAMER: LILLIIC: STEAMER ROSEADA.. .,
.Dot a dream after alL And yet-" been In hiding under the bed.. her palls and her cloth with iTui-' tracks Instead of a Hue of wire for Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr:

e, "You saw DO .one go through, you- The :'detective sprang to, the door 'ture of amazement fear and respect. 1 .the transmission of messages.! I' Regular weekly trips 'to Basslnger. and return. Roseada' leaves Klsslm-;

room but him ", andjciiught the disappearing flguro by 1 if'Well, somebody's been In there nee Tuesday morning and arrives Klsslmmett: Friday evening!, s;

"No one," answered Nell emphati the arm, Instantly It was .. stUla.a that's evident Isn't It?".Bold he good., 'The great difficulty wltb most.butter Special> Charter Trlps.lo Lake Olceechobee and Fort Myers on the UIIU ,

rally ,f : .!, statue.' ..? homoredly. makers Is that they do not comprehend .Comfor.tablo .accommodation for passengers.. Rates- reasonable.
"Could U have been-:-the-the servant -"Now I: have got you!" 'cried tbe detective And lie decided In his own mind thai that It Is a certalujdiid of bacteria that The'moat picturesque WSiterway, in Florida. '. i'

the woman I saw In the bar?" between his teeth "Let's havea the clever thief had opened and shut j largely controls (the flavor. Even clean. For Passenger and Freight Rates a'pJIr.to' ;
I 4 suggested Clifford with lowered voice look at you." the back door-loudly as a blind.and 1 Itness In every sense of the word does :
CLAY .JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor..
1 had not always result in milk souring* with '
Nell smiled sadly.' Still holding the arm In ,a, firm grip] secreted herself In this cupboard On board "Ullle Klsslmniee Fla
"Poor Meg-? No. She has been with he-struclc a fusee from a case he nand until he was safely out of the house the best flavor: ... -- ;

{ my uncle' for' fifteen :years;"and, you In' his handiest pocket. Before be "I suppose you don i +happen to hare 'I .
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I t' know they say it.Is 4>nly lately since could distinguish anything., however. seen him about this morning?" .he The Automotor JournalLondon, describes J .... _.
Ibare been berg In .fact," and again/ the.light was promptly' blown out by went on, In a jocular tones .ji -new" traction e'nglne called '

-, ..be. grew ''crimson "that 'thq Jbeft. his prisoner, who began to struggle "Seen the thief! Lor, no, sir. If he's the fpedrall which literally "walks EVER MAIN HIS OWN/ "DOeTOR..

have beeD' mmltted. 1 am asbalnec .,violently.' Still holding, the- flowing been In thehouse"he must have 'got upstairs with the stride and surefootedness By J. HamIILon'FtyccaMU.' '

to la7.that that night, when Mr:' fusee he tried, while bolding his captive out again pretty quick for I got down of. an elcpuant," and hauls loads .

Tx>wndes had told his story I'did' 'go to distinguish her features by the 'pretty- .-nfcar as soon as the master far In excess "Of those the wheeled A 000-pge IlIu tl'l ted Book, containing ...IIM. information .per }'

Into poor Meg's room, Just to-Just to red glow.' In her frantic efforts to free himself;: an' there was nobody about I I traction euglae'caa iuove.I taming to diseases of the human system, showing how to'treat and f

see if she was there. And she. was herself she sung the back of one 1mprisoned then for sure but. 1m and me and -. ear with simplest of medicines. The book contains analysis rot
fast band Miss Nell. I ''It Is claimed for 1 he mercury' vapor and marriage and of children besides
asleep; really fast asleep. nohamming. right upon the fusee, courtship ; rearing management
., I tried her with a llgl>tecandle d and uttered short;cry: of pain. -The "The poor young lady" was fright !I lamp which illuminates. by 'the !Incandescence tamable prescription", recipe*, eta. with a full complement of a t
before her eyes; you tee I was next moment by a dexterous twist, ened. I'm afraid by the ( of mercury converted Into fact: 14 materia medics that everyone should know.
l.v i desperate she, >added. In. apology she had wrenched herself away. "Oh, 'well we're Lied 'ommotJon'1 vapor In a vacuum tube by electricity, This most 'lndi.penl.ble..Jjunet to every wellregulatedtoonsehoM POUt 'b t yi

-And then I even went downstairs and The next thing of which the detective outs by this time," . that It will take but ou .thlrd the energy I(i mailed postpaid, to any. address, on receipt of price, SIXTY: CENTS.
r bad a look: at old Nannie!? was conscious! was that there was sophically. 4>lll8 Nell did look very I! required for tbe arc light/ and .Address, '

And Nell looked deeply ashamed, ot: a sound like' a tall at tbe bottom of white an' -faint-lite an' she was all of I but one-eighth: the energy used by the

the fact she was, confessing.But the stairs and then the back door was a tremble, poor tiling, when she beard Incaud.?Bcen, filament. . ATLANTA PUBLISHlNCMIOUSE.pldrida 1tsL0vDelrirarttMaaa

Clifford who had naturally Joel opened and abut again with a bang. about the f us*. So master packed Tier I
delicacy on the subject of Nannie and off to tile .colonel's, and told her as she J Treatment by: chemlcalro.1 has not .

Meg..secretb cherished a hope that In CIIArTEn I. n-asrlo atop there till he sent for her." ret made BO great progress in the! I
"Tbe colonel's! And who Iii the colonel United States as in some of the European .1
h some inexplicable way one or the other Cursing his.:: own Ill-luck: and the
; ,... of-these estimable persons might get I deftness and fleetness of foot of his ? countries. The therapeutic effects .1r
6 them all .rout of their difficulty by antagonist the detective hurried down I II "Oh... an old gentleman lives a lit. of the violet and ultra-1'loletrsys r East Coast Ry.. M

eventually confessing to the thefts. I tbe stairs and dashed out by the backdoor tle way from .here along the. Court have been shown to \Vs remarkable and r;

But he was.careful to give no hint of Just as he heard the voice of stairs road." Miss Nell takes them their In'France, perhaps this form of treatment ; I', < __ .

1 6 this hope to,NelL '.- George Claris from above calling out milk -there fresh from the cow every- has reached the highest shag t LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II 1903.?
Clifford did not want to seeGeorge to \know what.waa: tbe matter. morning and evening.". of development at present attained. (

r tt Claris, but he felt bound to do so.' The : Now.:there-was by this time enough, "Oh." remarked the detective, big1&- I SOUTHBOUND-READ TOWN: NORTHBOUND-HEAD UP.
: Innkeeper was, as be had anticipated, daylight for the detective' to flatter .Ir) eatlsfled/ at baring tapped-h fount With the object of.discovering a euro -' --;;-' r--- -
! j ? very surly.ln manner toward him, and himself that the chase would' be a of Meg's loquacity. "I should have;) for typhoid fever reuiarkql/le experiment I 53.09 N'b., .83 5"73. t'
frustrated i Is being.conducted I Daily i I Dilly.
he Clifford's''Intention of short one 'when once he rot, out of thoughtsbe; was too much 'of a fine at Auu Arbor 7.
s ,9 .opening his heart to hIm'un the sub! doors. lie surnriseOTto lady for that your Miss Nelli j ,Unlver.It)'. )Ucbl aD. Six big tanks / .
-- ._. - was find los Io. Lv..Jaekeonvtlle.. ...............Ar T ISa gip
Jeer'01 f\eu, DJ-aorupiij: dlsappearln : therefore, that tbe "Ahbut she woudn't: do It for have been constructed with layer of I II'S. .... ..... ... ....If'J..klOnylll..J.r
mysterious. creature any I! I. 5tOt'. iOMa ....... ... .....Ii&.Aultull.. .......... ......... ..:... 6C/i In -+
s' from ,'the,t r- aJmo t.al;soon as the I bra 'was pursuing had vanished altogether bOdy clge, replied'Meg, anxious to de gelatin and on these 144 squaru fret .. 55 I1115. ... .. .......... ....JI..lnlt... .........., .. .,. .. .16a .11' a'" r
young man'entered ILCllford : leaving no trace. Dashing fend her mistress. "You see the colonel of tever germs are grown at a time. J T1111411'. .... . II.Pollk" .. __. Ma I j _:8:1:
did not see Neilagain'shbad an' his daughter real These living germs are scraped off, < rl Zj7pj''Ar .. .'. ..... ........r.atYe.,/ ............ lOa :!
e out the
among cabbage-stumps he hada are. gentle I1L, ... . ..-. : TnI'
r' a,, II J6.aLV .. 1'al.lka .. .,... ....... .. .A IDGO
entered 'the house .at the back, wide view over the fields and folks, only they're poor-very killed and bottled up. Two ounces of -' :: -:-: : .. ..... . ......J!.! C z /
across poor. I ir.e I'r, .. ...e.a MA'.............. ......tw ... ,,.. .
and'lie came In by the front and although the little Tdrerq But tbere'Was not a An' they don't keep: no servant au' them would kill 70,000 guinea pigs.' 11: D ..... .. 6Sa,L... .. . ... ....b.tll.trn. ...... .... .. .....;Ar _', eI.."! 'IiiI. ::e0.sC61:
he lingered about until it 'was sound.. not,,the flutter or-a tiles Tbcodora does all-tlw -work her The object .15. if possible, to exlc.nct- -t. k 7'"if j' Lv..... ....... .... N.." ... .......---.L" 6soa 445vPtWi.
r skirt, to 1nfP .......... ...... .. ..nuao.le !
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self. the
'almost dark ,$ see poison from
In tbe o. the Kerjij .
that sr- hIm as-she feed
hope bodies
In his search IIe Went care you been kind :I' 1.r t ,.,.........Ilupon&.n fUJ' 'um' :
would relent and 'come out and efully around the. bouse- the first to Miss Nell, an' got the master to give animals with it and. try to discover au EfI, 6p. H. ..... . ...........0..1.. ............ ... ..... .. . ..1' ..4 A
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.. . :him, farewell he was obliged to re- >lace*.-.trying the' doors ':of the out Mlaa Nell her fine ,tddlcatlon and i nutWote. ? I : In..p Il p.. ....,..............I.ortOra..7t..n.. ......,.,:.,...... ... /1r.. 6 a =IUtl !r. is
ieNtp French ait I '" I-Z I eo .0' .:.......... ...... : r ;
;.: to Courtstalrs and thence to town h)1IIea.! and peering about for nooks the planner. wby, Miss ; I' I' :taw Im7rn. ... ..... a. A o
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,.WMbout that consolation.. Nell on the and corners In'Which the thief might Nell don't'seem ; to'know r i how to-do ; nr<, aware'It the power o 0 }10 II I t V' '?, ;'ll ,. I Hi 'a: I"' N

I" _t tor the expected visitorwas, not lie hidden. As for, the ho'uao. Itself enough.for,her,' That's how,Jt,.Is,, sir.; Df egg shells to resist t'xtel'l1nlpl'Ulure .11II...-> 11.-1",1..1..0..0.i . ... .. ;g.(" U t'sZ /l, n'Vo Z-i
... : I'd be an the cudu but ".. II 41. "I
rirg.. before she discovered him. He be lower windows 'were secured by glad totake.themllklm7aelf., not.many would credit II: d.It \. . \ p 0
t. ;eineY only a.'few days"after Clifford's shutters and bore no sign of having or 'we could easy: get the boy to do It.onlr"1Ilsl' the 'rea11lfa of ,, tests'-recently;; made (aid. lYi6.1011. .. 7 611 I'. ....................:..........)1 ol..r". ...'y'... 111 t 'W''", fly:' 4apAf :0 X
gUID : -.e.ba.Uan ......
k' ,Tlslt; in the gIllle of a mild-looking been tampered ..wltb.wjblle* the front Nell likes. 'to ,do-It.herself which appear to .be genuine. Eight 1 lof .)p....... ..-.H ...- ...............:....... {0'fl" t liT.1.i >>...
"> ,man with sandy'' hair and pale eyes, door was .securely fastened from the like. -ordll1art hen's C'1t':8- tears uil.mIN"d-- to aut: 1ws 6 4' P...............:....,. ..,.. ....;...,... .. OOtI' usu. ":8:8' (, .:
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14 one of those men'whose age It'Is1 drffl-. Inside lie then made his way to the The detective 'was about to interrogate 'pressure applied externally; all over i ; : floe 81( ,' ..... ...:..... .... ....-.-::-....... .. . . -- ;. 100foT.' 0. ...
.cult,.to guess until )'ou' perceive by a i group of cottages which:! stood near; :Meg further t the\ surface of the shell and the break. 550.14. 8. a....,.,...,, ......... JOnaen. i........... ...... .. f. P' IOi6i Mi ...l
when the voice ll(1II .sl" ,... .. .
of :---- ......Ntu.nL....... ...... ... .....
y close inspection of the wrinkles(; under and questioned ai: laborer who was the Innkeeper, shoutlnz to'her to know I log pressure<< varies between 400 and a.4m 1 "710p ..... . .. ..... 'I' 30011. :50X ,
'the, 8s ....... ..... ......Weiuplier: ......... lace..O-t' i
eyes: that the apparent. lad Is welltvovr just leaving one of them to go'to his why breakfast was not ready UTS pounds per square Inch. With tbe ..- 496a .. . gip.
7U'.W.otJ.nhn..U..b.. .
prevented ,.. ..... ..
t rtr: : . work as;to whether he bad seen any / his hearing any more. And stresses ''applied) Internally' to twelve I &1111.I .16. p ........ ........Iinrnloa ....... .. 1 f95. T" =. .. t '
-, :George .Clarll .had' suspicion these ILZ Ir6. .....................O.lr.,.. ............ '...",. .. 9toa g.. "
no of person within' the much. PKK gave at aI" '
N last few to his way pressures vury. 550s
minutes. ... .
?; regret he found on big I. 101. ................ .ytIAllde'dale.. .... ......... :II.
:> ,.hls visitor's profession.. In spite of the The'man answered In the negative. next meeting with her that 'the .poison \lug! betweenthirtytwo pounds andsixtyfive ::) Ilia. ,p,. ............ .. ,....n.u."I....,........ . ... IiiI',' IUa,. .: _
' 'rumors m 16S.. 94/p.....,..............Lem .... ... .7. zZ
; about the house there 'were Returning to the back of tbe Inn of suspicion had been Instilled into I pounds per.square inch The T00a 066 ,1Ar.. ...:.... ......., "1I.ml n all II1'_ ..... .. .. ..' 71a a +k
;' travelers 'staying there about' fire the detective was struck"by the circumstance her mind by her master, and that she pressure required to crush the eggs: I ? _,1.\ 716. 01 '

'. nights .In'the leTeD. But. then thesewere that a punt which had been was Communicative no longer. I rarled between forty pounds and BCV- SCHF.DULES OF DUANCU LIaE13.sLNaonn .

I \ usually: of a humble class, whose moo ed-oat tbe Inn side of tbe river Finding this 'source of Information inty-five pound The average thick ;;
' ;pockets might:, be considered' not.worta" before he made his tour of the' house dry therefore the detective, who i acss of-the shells was 13-10UO inch. i' IIIt1x0T1. I OItAJl! ( asTY SJILANClf.:

":'Y' 'the picking. was now fastened to ft post by tbe opposite shrewdly concluded that. Nell' Would I 'I 'Jr.:1Tl.lJaiu:! er.aoxa [ 'N : rho I Ir.-----n.--; :3 1..1' ,

: '. ;xh detective himself for' such Jle bank.. ,lie, had-Junt noted this not return until he had taken his departure i!I Small 8.lirl.. of Coat Mlnlitcrt. tai .r'""..'... TTtu..lII.. .,"."'.. JNo.12 "hail hall Dall MII ,
7""" wit, .called himself a commercial circumstance when the Innkeeper sent a off !I The "Watchman an Influential organ T U a L'r.' .....'......Mlm............." rl 1011'1> lip I. I
boy toward ,
Stroaa I MaMa ,["........... O.Iee1 n...........Aril { 8rayrn..Ar 1.0... 10 P 4.. ,
traveler,and professed during the font came out. He looked very surly, and with his luggage on a barrow and i of the Baptist Church has lately fur 6 I.w.........EnterprlM. ..........Aril,, bl BO a at I,,5 u)i u;,. 11 HI S. a. 1.1411..1I..A. t Y f 00p .
Bights he spent. under the root of the he trent up to.' the'Iham commercial: paid his bill and went away. fished a' symposium In 'which a number .111I. Ar.......... Hanf'iM ..::.'?.'...t.T It 00 alij, ro p 1Ma I II _ia ArOr./11t Le.Urance_ !: .Je.Lrht/, '1' IS ti !,. 4
Blue IJon., .to do a ,rol1o$ of business traveler In.a threatening manner. But be cJl -'not go very for.' Over" ". of Baptist pastors gave reasons .f Itunday Re. II I ., I + -- _

1 calls In the neighboring towns returning ":"So It's you that's been turnln'. the takIDg'tbe: boy.he made him leave his why they desired to change tblr\ pas : Snadayonly only. Dally., D.tl7,. 8un 1 MA.TPOKT BHANOXC.I010.LV..K: I 'Dtllf 10.18' .1o 22

R to ,the. Inn toward evening, now place upside down. 'Is It? An' all for ufgage-at Stroan station and as soon tOl'ateL.ID'. one particular they all ' !!I ''',
from one direction, now from another "what .That's agreed namely that It is I 00' 10 Mn S01p e10aLv..Juk.nnvllle........,tr..... ... MlNo.
; what I'd like to know aa the lad -vrns out of sight he had it'' very dllD.I 01. 10 II a I 1' 58.. I S In .perfectly unostentatious and bustJi All for what rj: taken to one of the Inns of the'place j cult to feed and --clothe and properly 06 ip 10410M.... 040p 9teaLv.PabIOBeach. .Lv ..... ., .. t Tiaa s 7 s ar
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wLI tIijW{; jjlke: manner.. On the second day "You'll know all In good time,"8nld 'Tlila done be bad his luncheon end educate a family on existing nulnries 10 flp p! 11 08. 7011'041p .9 *14,.a ...."............... ..JioI.pon..L) nllo Uaaoli....Lv,.. ........ ...... 00. 146a "e U p It
be' announced that he should have the.detective the ,. e N a so a a CO
walked of 9
dryly. "I want to see back to the Blue, LIou,. :! average salary 'three-fourths of The..
tmoney: ,be made'this;' announcement, In- the please, ladles and, aL.._ I dare'say :you ance until he knew whether Miss Nell I,|I States Is reported to be only SOO. from.nor d.... the Oompaa1' hold U..1t reapon.lble 0'"rporture tor any 40la7 at tb.or. Llm.any.. atstad I. DO' lr"a..Dt.eed.
: con..tuoucs them
'presence"of as ''many: people as bit know what,1'1- come, about. I:don'twant lad returned from her visit to' her' Perhaps the showing would be quite arlaaa
; 'f'v\ ,eoold.,",'.lem' Stlckels. who still hung to be of any more trouble than I friend But It :was a slack time of I I similar In other denominations. In KEY '

1 ." .1''about?the. Blue LIon with malicious can help but I've got to clear this day at.the inn. and there ''Wait 1Jo.Olj j lug own Church the average Is slightly WEST AND HAVANA.
,.. :tIJ"eI" on Nell; two or.'three other !fishwraoen business,up." *: .- ibout-of whom- teTfouId'alk" : more: PENSOLAR: AND.ACCIDENTAL--STEAMSHIP
quea-
-J aDd a couple of farm' laborers .2- r -- r i' r CONNECTIONSATIIIADlt.111 .- +. 4
_"Welwou .rAayfeTTet"1E out your tiou: HeTnanaged to get a peep Into Small salaries unsettle more roTuri.tel's Effect April IG 1903. .
:JOtrtt*4n the bar at the timer; "" own way: then" said Claris, sullenly. the bar as he walked post the house than any ODe other thing. Expenses ,
r; -e ji;",:"J etJ1.nudged one of hiscompanions; 'I'm, not | SOUTH B3UKO:!
"going to have dis but there was increase with the '
nobody no one there either/In increase of : NORTH
,,and ,winked. knowingly. The deter turbed by you." front or behind. | their families'''and the _ I L.wIllua..Tl1ur..u.trY.y .t Sun., .. .,, .0). Lvnavanaitnu ) BOUND.......:.>>..........
-- . When he. bad bung I Iaboet. crrowth of_ thc-lr. _._ a-rr. : .. .....1' 1\),. CODI
;, tire,'WIthout appearing,10 uu. so,' saw . >. .AII...., _e.w.. "; ...._ _.... __ 'the j children and it Is but n ivKT Was 8o..,Thur................. 10"l I Ar lP7. west Mon.yd........ ...,. 1S II p i,
.n. u' Place. : Lr
took '." 7iA iiiv viucf| ii4 a con- some time,, keeping/ a. natural\ that they > JI..n Hon.,Fri............ p. K..1' Weal Toe... a.........;:......_ u., .. r
tb*wink'and .0.
note .f .Jem .
'A't dilatory .tone: e'I''don't want 'to put ill ueb.01:1t: of view) of possible 'watchers |i should desire a chance of pastorates ArNl.ml 1'\1. ..8.1......... .......... a 80 p
., '' 'Wheri ,the::tat lingerer ,had been the: ladles_ to any Inconvenience I'm as be could he paw: the robust figure I; for the Improvement of their finances. For copy of Loo.l Tim Card or other Iaform Won '

, , .)tv". tamed' out. and the' Blue, Lion bad sure.. But -.1.t.-they'U answer a few of "lies; at the side door. $, he was I! Fifty'years ago though'salaries were adorer. MyWe Ageus.,
4 j
,'',011eeed'is doom for tlip night the de- question they'll help me,' and yon tea shaking opt a cloth. She started and Jts email as now, ministers were much -.n:

} '';';tectlve'.ma! e'apfew notes In his,"own} For I'm lure.*alr.' It's by no wish of uttered 'little gasp at tight of .hlia. I better upported. Not onlywas the. tr
"' ''
;mefa before be went to bed. I' :$fours that these tales have J" purchasing
\Vbt he
trot about. fald getting by a'dexterens power-of a dollar greater

..,rOn the' fourth?night, wbeu''be'1rn1 Red that you'll be ''very' glad 'to' hear 1!movement; between her, and the and the', demands on the puree fewer
,jMppoaed; .to' be '1n''POI illon '''of'the the last of them. '-' "' \* v floor, "wbat'. 'the matter},. .You' look i! but 'congregation found pleasure In '

'collected! ,money, the detective .went That's as It may be," said George. I' scared at the sight of me." i Ibarln their good things and their ..e..e. qtr

; ,, 'upstairs ..: Usual.: but .not,, to sleep.Be fBut' l'linot\ 4 stand 'aoy IInqullltor'alworlt "Wei>. I don't wan to. have any )! prosperity wIth the pastor and his ....... ...

bad avoided lucbir' ,c "a'isn-Jn:: the afternoon. Fully dressed anyhow, by this time they're all out 1 fact- rtplled stalwart Meg with her way to the dominie's larder and '

:'he IIIrOwD! -under the bed coverings, anrbout.., and If you 'want to talk,to hand* .6n .after lilp.ij "It seems you're abundant# a supply of fuel to the""(IoC.so 6 Do Job '

and for three hours, listening Intently them you may I flnd 'ehi.'T,: ; i' I i nothing" better than a detective chap abed and so much bay and -eatsto the( ,. Printing ''
: ,
'to tile slightest'sound'. In-the. ..bouse,;l Jie The detectiv t>f ,ratted: f ... i .'quietly.' Rememb rlns..theJncJnt : place:'aiklng questions and trying to K(what was said of h certaU: ;urch by. 0' .
And :presently; 'about two liours b'etotf l> of the fusee, be''was able to get' nsfaU Into trouble ,' Vght'.l'm ,IeUrlngpa.torThe.$ salary may not' : ..

1 the dawn.1 .the .(!;tJl cted. visitor buckle to himself with the'..thought'hat ashamed U> be seen talking to you!** \I seem large, but It mesas eo cinch Of All Kinds !

,. beheld the clue of' Which. George ," Uawren't; yon"see, that It lr',money and a. llftna; Annlversarle, .
I
2" ,,
";: ,t11r7 softly, with' ,the; rapid light ,Claris knew nothing. .: for. the:good of allot' you that this affair .holidays) : ,, Anl\\ other occasions, besides: . ,
,,, nlv...,entf'of an expert, : the 'fl rura ''There'Ube', , burn) on her band.fie' be cleared,up,' and that;'"! :wedding and funerals were marked i. 4 .. .
:round by; tbe wall, toping, thought, to blmself"tor: / .heUtt) known b' gifts. AU I :..-
many, a, who it ,ls, that hat ; thts' hal changed. The : We Can
ya'h arching.: ; The man Ir. bed' sprang day'." .- brousht the bad '.I1aml)'on the minister Is expected! to provide t Please You '
every- !
SJ'! i1,' .leaped;>out.' !and placed" his back Returning to' the,house by the door said the detective, boue"'l. ; 'I thing afof< a salary. which II not only : .

'?- ; la$ the'door.: j* :. through which be had left he noticed. very sdreJyou ladles must be frlgbv f flied but email. and 'very often lr- ..1 .. ., '
3 fob five ailnutes be plaited'Inlot'a 'now In the, broader daylight, that ened ':out !of. JUres regular pal4."Cbrlatlan1nt'llI" '-: .
to | :
: your bear,;. the' r. I .. .
. .,. sournJ) :betrayed: thej pies; here, was a,large f;cupboard, 'tmmedf- things;:UiaV ari'siildvIt'll end by your I M 1 ';Agitation I'.eucer. .4 .. .... .... ... .. .....
t rR __ i a otber' person' in the; room. atelr opposite,,uadef'the stairs; Open: all going awar from, ..the '.place. like Is on foot lulrer l ny. I : : }
'11)111) t t'J.; ,boar; ofsoatchesa; tr bJs ng,the door:'of this cupboard teh UUs Nell fiaF-tlonK"1 ; .1 against ,Chinese labor In Samoa,where :, .
pltt6.t slrgek'sBght., u-#lDr'Did he JoundnafasUri the first, shipload of'''Chinese ,
. '" :' "?, be saw the To be Continued.' I cocllei 'iI
., '- Ir that hlU &rr11M. -
I' yn
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;'''''1'"K."V.YV yF.. 1>:')4' -'" ifoo' .i .- ..' fl t ..
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: modern Uorees.la.harlaysh rter..luiir.' set of tips and a ferule to match the
'
1 and deeper Jaws. Their legs also were HOT BATH A PRIMITIVE AUTOMOBILE ; handle, "

...TaB 'NEWLY shorter ,and, their"feet smaller In proportion I' ,- v 3L. f -1HU
Ii : .... .
r. to their bodies. Sk .1... T .

DISCOVEREDHIPPARIOftT, ; : overgrownsebms.: The They qu resembled rrles-con FOR ,ROBBERSNovel .' A.Road' Locomotive Mae.'tnRnglatd. : I I'. The <'J90S- 'model 'for/.summer/ shirtwaist

taming their remains .' & Is arranged'to give the fuln!SM
are -.1>> commonIn ...
'W..lt II desirable to the figure,This
river and lake beds of ,the latest :While matter.'of hlsforyl that "
... It kvn \
Off tucks''
,
Means 'of allows six small on each
,3 IrEplogl<""l\l' epoch' that 'the name of Beating uuidv'and'run''' should ,
locomotive
the m
C first; fir' "
!3 has .... den ,pointing awayfrom; the.'middle!
>|uns beds been applied to them. Tram ;Thievos.By England' was a smell model of an ordinary wesw" 'iMany'
IIANICS to the result of Tbe,tuck nearsstthe: throat measures'eight
an ex. In South America baa been found snancestor road locomotive, constructed In : such garments 'ereanade', to _I' '

T. pvdltton' sent outlast year at of the; horse of the same epoch) menus of recrntly: : patented, M!*;iIf 1784 by William Murdock, .It Is probably play a' double -part; they serve for day lacheslens;.) 'the others; are. ; a ,
Shorter the shoulder
the cost of Mr. Vlllam! little ( u .sea na
C. called nippldlum, with' many of the" Is'now''' proposed;to fllit train'rob. little known that this original en'-* and evening ,wearWany; of them'are 'descends The
stats.
toward the
Whitney story'of am
,-the the evA peculiarities of the hlpparlons..but witha hers by the use of c. bath of bot water. cine Is still la existence, and has, with- cut in full folds1 to the ben ,of th.
lution' I their
released
of folds
t the horse la now complete. bead. large,as that of the modem The"train robber '.='lnOI cases resort , skirt,",With.deep -eope' collars trimmed! tucks are. from,

'r (rJ'.hIIl.expedition., planned 'by Professor horse Neolithic men left pictures, of 'I to the strategy of flagging! the train ." l- with 'raudyked lace. Some. take. the below, arid, this' foIDeMcoraUpue..11the
sleevesor' way down the bloused front' Instead
form of sacque"coats without '
4 with tremendously large sleeves ar- of ft.: single:pouch to the lower

,. ranged'with tur.trlmme.ll11lpure., For part of the blouse the fulnte.1. drapedin
twelve"folds"" corresponding to,
evening cloaks pure'ID4 simple nothing .
'
a the six tucks above. 'The folds are io-!,
Is "so fashionable as bite-white r.J:
vented half a dosen on each-side: of the'
chiffon, white .velvet, and white fur '
central box pleat. The shirt has a
the two tormer'being mostly;trimmed
I plain'French back with only little fnhFnoes
wKbr-ermlne. The sleeves are largomd -
; and this, Is tat the waist. The.
generally slashed, showing plenty
maker hA. provided, tailor made shirt
1i or lace .embroidered silks
kr i .leeveK.. ; 'which are gathered at tbe; ,'I

OddttUs'lM r.rMt.. wrist Into a square strap cuff,' which .r

There Is a mania' for:the 'unique In astens' with IInit sleeve, button., "
TUSTXOOOHOTIVSI. MA.OB nr XSOLAMP.: : '. : ..
the demand -----
parasols and to
meet, J r.ee.a ef 1a.,... Paat_.
In the post year, been exhibited t In l.on- some of the oddest conceits imaginable finest laces-we"are uslog"his :
Some of: the
don.by Messrs. Tangyes, Lhn Itf'(}. The In' Handles as well as' coverings: are :tt
small
from Idrla.
htUe locomotive' Is about fourteen'Inches !' being exhibited There aW handles of season come A p
mountain town in' italY':rith about
'1 n Y high and nineteen Inches long, teakwood, with "knobs carved In" imita 9000 inhabitants. It has been for some

with a width over the driving wheel!' of ion-of poodles, cats, monkeys; rabbits centuries the usual house industry'ofbe '

4 seven Inches. The:annexed reproduc, and eagles; there are crystal balls constaming from'
who formerly'worked
women::
;
tlon of a recent photograph of It Illustrates cayly-colored miniatures of and designs.-
clearly. Thero coaching; portion, birds' beads In bur- old Croatian patterns' Slav '
Us makeup
). very !The Empress Maria Theresa sent lace ff.
J tw Is an- oblong: board, mounted upon I ptshed'glir VJa false Jewel In the beak .or
4 makers, to '.Idrla' to teach .the art'
novelties.
sJ 1 and other In cOTen'theroaro '
wheelsat
three wheels, with two.driving
'ItC.old silver, Modern
working and
,
soft, undressed leathers in green\ or
the rear attached to'a crabk axle lace patterns have lately beeo'lntJ'O'Oduce.l ''

and one steering .wheel in front ar" tan; whit: IHienr; grasscloth shirred from the Saxon"Bohemian Eray.
over bright silk \linings and many
ranged under the board and running In
geblrge lo improve the ancient designs,
a-IWlTOUltlg fork which'enD lx, > set by nnlque'and daring? designs aDd effects th.Oovernment'establlshed'asehoul
S In 187(1( ,
,
INM1 In taffeta/ and other Ilks.Ceae.nt. '
Behind the driving
a tlllcrtbandle above. ''
< : for la'cemsklng; and at,the prrent *-
Is the which Is -- ,
wheels a rev
boiler
? << .a> tha II..".. time about:1000: womenand jtlrln
tanguiar vessel, thry.t and three-eighth* 'The nulls should hot be cut without\ work at this graceful occupation

Inches high; four and one-fourth Incites Drat .holding. them' In warm water, nor Thread wool. Uk,: silver' and sold:
inches
I long and three and one-eighth are'all used the prices mounting'from'
,
should the cuticle or anjr lint of the ;
Wide, made Of copper/ Through the. flesh around the nail be cut. Do not OUT- cents'to flOO a yard.. Idrisn lace 'I

boiler a flue passes obliquely,.contractIng cut the nails In points ot.flle oe scrap II now sent to England!, Germany.. lit '

I .* :from a circular'chamber' formingthe hem.," They should not be washed any France. Egypt: and ,Asia .)linor.- 'and
the '
In
firebox to''a small funnel
.. I .... .. oftencr than Is n llIUr7'aud should be was exhibited with' great success I1t
-' __ ... whleh'serves to
-
\ .r;I : top of the'boilcr carry thoroughly dried. the Irte St. Petersburg. exblbltlon 'Cor* y ,
off the products of t"Ombuwtlon'from "

1\ TbO'T 1 eo.tt.eJ Klp.ato.i, ,CljcoversJ.Up to NowvttuvMlMlnc Lluk' In' the Ancestry of the Hors:. a spirit lamp arranged to burn within Gloves or Tings'the1'that are loo'jtlgbt and clothing. ',, as 1 sry +1
Interfere 'WIth circulation
, . -"From Harper's Weekly.! the firebox.' The steam cylinder of the make the hand red. Bracelets ;when Where* Drnm.kn
engine Is mounted on the top of the aft'ect'tbe Possibly never vas the Influence,loJ"

r Henry Fairfield Osborn.'' the American the early horses of 'Europe on bets and boarding the engine' wblch .they, boiler and the, lower part passes Into too when: tight' loose circulation the;wrist and II the stage on modern dress been shown:
too against
,,
A Museum .oC-Nutural History and monuments of polished stones. take possession of and take the train:, It and Is surrounded by steam. 'The ru\ more clearly than In the last'two-oi tC

led by Mr. J. W. Gldley. went exploring As shpwn In the'chart the evolution to a'convenient place for the t"Ontluu' piston rod passes upward: and Is'at' ,'Joints, Irritating:' the skin. three winters when. 'the historical

4 In the- Nlobroru beds In the Southern of tho borne may be traced In unbroken ante of their-work. The,invention referred tached to the .nd ot A vibrating beam, Do not nl1ow"5tslDI not to remain long drama has b 'e i'eo' "...ular'and dressmakers -

i part of South Dakota.Nothing>> liDo from the Cretacjc period down to to contemplates a 8T.tem"ot which passes to"the front jf the carriage . on the nails, and dp < commit the b ve'shown jn their' designs C r

'. was found until the very end of the the pl't'len\\(, ttrac. From an original ancestor piping encircling: (he'engine In such and "Is' pivoted In' upright bad nails form In of po'tnts.polishing-Amerlcan highly or Queen.cuttingthe < suggestions gleaned by studying;

" season when "oberd of three-toed the size of a cat the horse gradually a way that all avenues of approach pillar. The diameter of' the piston' IIi the styles'of long',ago. The' strings W

hlpparlons" Va uncovered. Bones canter to be known as we know are covered and when,confronted by i three-fourths Inch;, and the ,length of. Spring-ETnl-..'Cow' ...- of'1'tarl. aud beads, the'Eltsabett'n'

enough In perfect pronerration were him ttf-day., Harper's Weekly. the weapous'of'a: ; of tbievee"tbe Its stroke Is about,two ,Inches. As the are ruff'-or its modern "'counterpartthe "
found Td"make dne complete j skeleton .. Broad draped belts used on many '
a '. chiffon: boa-the' bit. .ot ermine;' the/
I with many fragments for exhibition .. _. _._. .- c of the new evening gown. Tbey'aremade paste buckles the
tinsel trimmingsthe'
.and study. The ancestor of the horse MuMat U aOOO Tour 01... On double canvas \lining which the broad collarettesof'gems

A museum of'llio sixth century. Is 'w /ll fitted'to the'figure'before the I'Alglonstocks' ,; .
: ;; the sweeping cloaks the pic1ture
,, ,
I; 2. ;S it> C., has come into the possession of the.University outer material Is put on. Such a belt hats, tie full sleeves", all owe their,'
_ orJclrdlle may be close at the leftsideor
of Pennsylvania. Tbe mu. popularity to these blood and thunder'dramas.
: Beaded
at the back, a' preferred.
seum'' II''not big being contained>> la a much .. Another source of inspiration '
and spangled lace gown are as
large earthen Jar but the contents are hi favor as 'ever-rather more so. In for the dressmakers who depend upon

J I Very valuable from a historical, point b tn fact,',.. no other style so satisfactorilygives domestic Ideas lies In the clever designs,

II of view, the closely clinging effect/ whichIs sent to,the firms by young artists who ,a
rapidly, sketch an Idea and tend a'col "Iored
much desired. These
I ace
so gowns
Whether the specimens were excavatctl IM' orbiaek: and white'design; iBeas '
when bought "ready decorated
or purchased Is not known, but expcnsnve gathered "from every: place;;:on the \(
,
they undoubtedly represent a collection ,' but the net aid lace gowns of ,
streets at the opera,, theatre from ,
be bought and
I which must bare been made during cheaper,quality may f'merelT'
casual passing In the shops-or perhaps-
the time of Belshazzar. since it, was the work of putting on the spangles or '
from the. Imagination(; tits, ,t.
.done the prospective
round in onj of the upper strata at Nip beads may be by
1. XOCEKB. '2. UIOCKXJB.: ,3.-PI.IOaalllE, wearer, who will thus have a very artists themselves. Many young, men 'r"'J:
'
I' pur.
4., ixri and.women in New Yorkearn'a cops. ,,
MID
rr. '
QOATCBNART smart gown at comparatively little .
The best specimen In the jar Is an Inscription _ '
forUbU livelihood simply ,by'tlag ..
bade The cost It 'Is pleasant work, and 'tutu
'' toes. picture here given containing: the titles of
sar.l.rOU gowns, hats; cloaks, i eteVi forestablishment tl fi"J;
illustrates .t"o' progress of the beast I., who !lv.-d about' &tMX B secure than the machinfsiftcbhigrHarper's i .
who prefer to buy t-."
from that condition to his present state, There Is n black tone votive tablet of 1 Bump .p '
Individual

when his weight rests on hoofs which Ur-Our 2700 B. C., which tells that this .... q".. ,"','w...'",."" ,,-,......,""':';......"A'"r.; ." --- '... ..............-.Iw --- ?''"' JtQMUt'Vcll. '- , '* use those,aaggeetio9e'rathel'tlaa published: hatiettrnd ma .
represent tbl>>, enlttrg"ll,,and thickened king built-the1 great, wall around the : .

nail of the middle toe. The!! second .city, of NIppur.'Mc: k**',"":.:'t}?!,*} ,.-W: tl< ', I .Bath of Hot Water For Train Robbers, ,A"quaint veil which give Us wearer }:%, .Lynch' ,In Good.... ' .
look'of'havjns; stepped out of-an keeping.v ,, jrA '
and third toes are represented by splint Then there la the terra cotta brick s

bones., one on each side In'tbo rear of stamp of Bur-Sin, which is the first yet engineer, wlthovt-.the use of his hands piston passes "up and down. causes old picture. Is made of a fine black, net, i'X cnd._ '
sunface ) and even wlieii his hands are held the beam to wheels saysthe London :Express. 'It has a ll > sr.dl y..t I gar
the cannon-bone not visible on the found, of that king Another tablet); overj rotate the driving It. is
tut well known for their tendency state that the large hall of thQ temple his head'' In compliance to their order by m&anll.of a connecting rod attached narrow, ruffle of ;net crossed' with hairlines pleasant China'other to. hare something t04. "
record of tlsan'war. .
Co So wrong find unlike )101'II.1amfO.In was called Emnkb and that there were be can surround the engine with a to1 I the .crank; axle.. A' leaden weight, of white. The raffle It put on >of.. airumors '.''",
'The present
the earliest ages/ of man there twenty-four other sbrlnev gods In the curtain of hot Water *o that the thieved Is placed above the; steering wheel to 'with a narrow band of black an4'Wbltebraid 'Wara. news la oI'f}
that agitation
lH'sI ies tho that will"bo blluded and otherwise disabledand balance the machine. and Its ,- andIs' finished'with a narrow .an has been started te 111'
were wild horses>> on all the continents, temple onos have been to prevent ,.
but probably on iiono pf the Islands found of Bel and hi. and 'a narrow' black ribbon Is of bandaging tbe.t..et of Celestial girt '
such as AUI ralla. They differed from Chicago, Record-lferald. I to secure their plunder. This ..sys- ooUer.-Cai81: r.a,1I11Irnzll1e. .. run babies ,<
tem Is designed to protect in this man .......,I._. _. through the hem. Thll makes It a veritable and thus making art1Aetal'cridi-;.
"grannie's" veil. Pretty veils pies of the mothers of the Chi...* rcerThere ,
'" ner' not only,the entrances* to the cab 'OREGON ,BOOT.'."' a'iownIn such shades as< blue, are many'/ absurd*'and,, Idiotic ,'
of are
S SUSAN B. ANTHONY "THEG!RAND OLD 1AN. 'the ,engine? but also-the steps and
J. fashions and customs in tae worl' ''butthis. ;
,, other parts of thq tender and tbe platform J&tr"Ordl..1'J'; Conirl*.nr.. t* .1 :..." brown black and green with the dot ",
... In the same color,, and the dot may bttelthpr"lCbent1ll' .,Is perhaps theloioat'IdSotietii; all..
of iTio front car. This apparatus Prlx r Vroin Jj;._......; '
stall tbrowu ,; velvet, or embroidered There a.reeat hope of enlisting.'tMactlvo ;; ;
may be Into operation from O"'lng' 'or';
to the doitperate character / .
: I fiber side of cab liHIke 1n silk threads. For those who preferthe ympathlea, of the.;.Bmprsesi :
pIe engineer's William ltudolph :and Georg", Qolllul" ,
less showy* veils there:are handsome Dowager In the; tnonment:.'_L.on r '
manner, thus placing -this of
means
alias Fred Lewis,' the 1ulolDonk
protection at till command dotted ones la a variety of styles. because, as a >(aD
iAr as. -welljia..tlie _nKlneejf.-.t'ofdtheflreiman robber! writ-'Chief'Desmond. !,.of .St.- These come heavily dotted with velvet never submitted to. this,torturing: <4.", ;; .
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The Idea which Is the invention- or chenille, those having the ,spot. of formlty. but also 1)eeauaathe;:9tancbua '."

George A, Copp.'of.pblcago. Ill callafor '. velvet being especially news havb'op'posed'tbe; custom'leg 9fIooJ.: .... '';'

-: a system'of plpl lr,connected with ",, \ .'?'-.,' '." aPaia'or'LEisD ,-..;. ' ..... 1 t all along, and htve again. and i a f'

the .boiler-- below the Ilne;;" and : .8.ed lfn.dlaa!-,"_ issued edicts,against It.hilt ptftslffta. ; ;;.
: carried i around tiho water .- ,Thebest) bred womeD ;to not fuss.They all in rahv It Is:said that the Pt<8** 'z
engine ADd tender '
and"covering nil.'tlie 'fculnernblo, l points. .' I t i ,,. It fake( 'thfrY'trow and Their furnl.ture'and '. mover in this campaign la the'reformer .

r tnelr'Jewels".as a .biatter' of Ivanx Tan-Wei Ca ",, '
; The plpca are iupt>leULyvli! ( spoon notfles of. .:.who hay
course. .They are unconscious of,their added example' precept, aDdI, ; -

___ nt frequent Internals'nad ore manipulated veils'and their gloves, and ,they expect himself the father .of falr'deughters, ,
by.threa:ya'lV'esjeSflyenlent:: to
the feet'of tbe'cnglneeflnnd flrenian. every one else to be equally sg., If they has refused: fo send theui'.hepphig and-' /I', .

see an Intimate ''Wearing' handsome '.
hobbling llfc
Each of the valves" control a'dlffcrent" through ",and has further
gown they refer to It admiringly; but prevailed on numbers of bin, personal I
the
part of. system In'order that thelealdlol' '
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4, r\1 C1 4 Pw water to"that they.also preface their comment with friend te follow his examples ..This is

may,be directed ....... an apology .Their' differences 'with the real., IIOl"tloo'or the.difficulty.tin' ''
P\r. \ > JI'being '
rr991-w\l'eJrll14"0I1\'I1DM THB OBEOOX BOOT.Lonis. their- husband -are-not--alredr neitherare China;as aleewbereri nd doubtless 'b& .
'mhd l vrr wllli pause a --..--. .- ..... mow.. the domestic upheavals.

.' t curtain of hot water to fall Around the in The Republic of that t'JtTi.1tbas. The repose of the :well bred, woman pioneer. will stage'of.have'! to pass 'throughthe -,
same, : social'ostracism
rear.of. the cab a :projectsronriltherfj been decldedto UIIC' tlle"Ol't"gon.hoot" as
jvhlln IfSJher? Is not the quiet of< weakness. .It lathe did the strong-minded and:'HttI teD4C\
nGle jltreal l ( -,Ill of,tha. en- .when the plarwiln' ,
Er men are : calm of trained faculties, balanced persona In India .wbobeganthe'can.

a d" #aaw 'kflut 4t he third. tufoW. a ,teaminget.onr"the the trajn' to lie brought"back to Union. 10 nicely that! an earthquake may cause palgn'; or; theremaritagaAfInfant.. ;

; ; tender to the, J1olrorm of ;rzo", : for rial. a change. color, but will\ not l>> bring widows-of girls; .that Is.1 wbovljavlaff%;',
the'rirs ear'ofthe: trnlii, which Is I OOt"ntl..tJ'but
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&gen bave''syou'thoOregon. forth a loud cry been

erallytliei! acp'rWs1 i 'car and';)bo';),6ne once In my'Experience In Hie Police *.. wett.bre.d. -wom o are a boon io m.llUman' or even"betrothed:before';when thej-they wet were born babiec., w>rc'bereaVfiV

which Jhp.'jpbbcrr: :! ycmiltj natnr lly at- 1 Department. That was vheiv, Marlon, 'race. TheY11relp' world to of'thcjr) I01'd.and:. 'mastsraI'Wiihelatll :

, 1t Jack at the otitsorof tnetr 'Op ratlou8. Oi ''HcilRpt'tU .iwosl:brought back, to St,. maintain a high standard both ot.'mo ; ,: :
: +l t, x 161h' (U ti'befevglnecr, finds blmselVedNfrom , Ijopls'lfor'.ithe: tral ) .mere'' children! ,. .(I 4d'';1rJIO>
r ': '1$ : aiendaj ; robbery.y! ale and hayl'J,'.*-\!a.tllD'ton Star.*. under ,tlte Interpretation ,of-.JManu'slaw1 ', r.
' 'if ,f,,.. 1 alL direction lie ".,n press Hcdgpetb was; regarded as a; dangerous
.. were held ;
( Jiu to-bewldows depriywl
'. leTei-I'and ?i1f telT sur- man, and the California ovtthorftles Art sfte a..dl.e.,
11 ? of thr right of _
,l ''f ...' > round.tho,,, :lhajYltijui>ciiV<%lop<> ofu.ffrfU who brought lihnJnck$ '"decided: to put ,? Artistic and unique are the new,unibrella' remarriage,and doouiert ':';,
perpetual
' 'tbe'boot. hin.'i i IIeJKpetU.ny: :Candles of 'Jade Ju servltgde. '1"11'atloIF.I\Dc1 y."
mounted
:;f: \ ) on ; | :; that
('i\j'rf'f.H .. hardship We nt ,'well'compare theirlot
'l,{-,; ,". TO" 't.rW it tvad.naelese'to; ;; try to get-attny with gold;;, toy the Philadelphia. Inquirer.: with .:
that ,
their China.who1
IF ,' ,t It 'on'-hls' legvaudj him Lore Or you may hnre'a coral handle,{gold- of sistersla ; ; ..
: { theygot .
: 'Gi ..... (11110. ;. "are tortured and'maimed'by'the'bandaging
ntt -
< bas rt ;* ,
'. sefrty; : ; mounted;, u gold bandlo'Tltb a. gor .l ,
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of their'evtln'lnfancy; It
! ;\', >...... '. , e n T j RrlFIO iAnrvylit w The Orrjon-.loat.l eomaile that thewclffbt genus oiial,1t-.111.'at', the' bend,.or some .v
hi pleaslug to find the Initiative I In this. .
I.;!I'I: .. :' .\t'/ -: 'I'JI------., ,,.,, U.A.UT.IT;: UU;$. ,H dur jniHf' j 'dfrbMndc.oca "of- the,, Wad !ban<| ;wb.Icl'i' enVcircles' : pf :'tnlwautlc: 'In i Ithe 'new 'copperWloier.ruelal reform being takenby: the'.Chinese ,

"",." ,.. (nisi I 8usarownsll ntbony; : 1.tl .. "' Is' for" the log' }nt above the i ankle ,. A ..shaftlite: handle of themselves''That' : ,(Ii f betrue/'and' 4

.tl+, :)'_, ...."".- " 'tThe u... .r Wgataa'S avarata I9.'t.y ., tour Inll! MloD. 5 "' II' recta ,ppon'theflooe,: vhen'.lhc, prisoner: gun uivtaJ etdn| ,In -sroooth-flnlshed of national ,;

;',,,1' ;'. ,",' This portrait/* Miss AntbonjTwas en : vedfrom'rtlK to.'.? (p i ;-taker wt4bara.nof.bQPal3nadays but" if' 'you Is ont walking., 'The weight1; Is about knob net will),,.tiny.clusters of oilvines; healthy aide force path'can-never aecompltali/iren-proarese pat- '

I 1 .""orf February" 15, 1003'Ucr:' eighty 1iJrd birthday ann\Tefstfly.Jg}th: hMnet.U 1; -need,ws' all 'phone -- v 3'. ' clttbf;'twelvepottod*. .It Js fastened the grass-sl'ecii senilpteclousAtone* aide forms, irwa'showp'sae:'' ; la- ",

'.Madlaon'.tree, Boclie! lerN; ;,Y. tallsa Anttwy's.borna} a4s, at pa'' Ca1l \bl> head of the hoo' -fit*" Old to ,tbe heel I ofthiahe. by *lrlp."of. tligt tjjjj-e 14' particular: vogue lt.DOW. stance., In the"repeatedfallure 7 "
,, of,'the
d i. 1 the daughter **" D nlel';and'J."t'Ulea(1)$14-1tltOI! , sti I iMJrfr'eflWPflfea. n Man. Mle likes It., .J !: ,?, steel.1. which run down/on either side.These l Designs ef a. romantic ,character: showIng Mancbu dynasty ,to,abolhih this very-- '

";" 'lChoot''aualotallJed.IJ .11 .r' tether tor hlsowu. and nclghborlug children: Later : Should' we niake-n nttstokelito; hotorgtviTiir '; 't.tlp..nrv; strew: to tlie ,heel; dancing girl-. swordsmen and,. sea- :,'
.. School West Philadelphia and'' ; f. tlier6's.'lnoexrve: !tt4-- When stnnds or' nymphs In \ "" frayareryeponsible'toetnhoduglnjtse ;
', I the-filcaroe.a.;;'studi'nf.ut'QnakeiCBoardIng, ; ( the 1rlIOhf'1'? alts down "developed ;.tinted gold.old '
tt'ahe' \ : >tlVand'l I'>i< 85J'iNb began Boston (fInal Id:; M. th'01' weisUtJ,, silver and odd-looking metal, Dlstint' : ptanall
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:. ..r'.t'fittben-b gah tecchta'Flftee> > ) t | ... .' ----r -- :! ; nierefoMtflrf.ttot'lipon: the > into China;,!beT ad.;1.... conquered
$ I .1 le ., 'Bntrwhemhewalks'he, ijttlo studies of\ guree'end flowers
r her iplendldcareer; as a'teroDefaTtre'' : and. womaq'ssrlghte '1'Jej << mUll!.lift nation '' ; '
'We..11 ;ot
as> .
q ," "" rankeri; Since the Ch'U'' War a..aAas-Blven: ''hefVhoIo"fm4 to the I'.uff: as';, 5 ;XVheri fist rent' : the Rut1r 'WefgUt, end if He tries' to run '''are-' 'sculptured In-,shaded 'metal, 'Weekly.Wl.conaln"bathers.?; siju". ".:loyalty.Harper -

, ; : and its' progress Is fcrgely duet !)her 'fed) and vuflagglnst tour, effective the N D\1'\ lI hare at i or Jumpt.;nniv toW 4t'.will: Urenlt4Le 1 And or* ..;lItell e.4! A.te..tlnrr'a.: . !. I 'n '. .,.

,aie w9v;tuentr'She). tbo;r nd'oWwoinogojiJ: *'rli4lnt!>pP14.Wf'HiIlU { piUiUfl l I. "'" R4PPS\\ rff" !I'f\If ,"'b '.: let.-: 4'' J hough depicted .colors... Handsome are'now.iwors"

.. Jiandles ,usually'come'in a box,,with a..for a State,license,law.: ,
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i: i4ROPRATIONS# VETOED I. owned by the :fitate' of Florida, or Is Your. 'Life Wortli 50c ? AmcricanBcai
recognized as a State institution


'rI CONTItftTCD' -........ JFBOM,m.1ST_"Z:AO>!o. -._ that appearing this money in a Is proviso-Intended of .the for,bill thepurchase"bfland : r! lOLL INS COLLEGEWINTER and R C.. Coir:' .
which is sit
from them that oould'' not be legally apou j . ,
uated certain schoolhouse, and forthe -- ::--
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need! ? erection bultUuff} thereon, It Is PARK: FLA. nxcltsh'e: '
r 1$ at
arrived the firm
clugloiTibat"U"vloJt its aij duty to. eliminate con clear!* 41q1; a current expenses unconstitu-, 'and .. designs and -1 ;
!h opinion
J from this bill. littler, an I virtue. tb'eCOQJIth.utlon Mopul."So.,'hel.rlol.IDm1. 1 1 {latest fashion1: table

provided: in item such therein oases coutajpned FLORIDA SCHOOL i'VRDEA1t',: AND nL4ND. of.CURE '. : COLLEGE ; models. :;t'l ,

other than appropriation fut the 3. For' the )Florida! Bchoolfor OverI1cW r
salaries the public officers and other Deaf and blind .2I,775.: I J Preparatory School, . Music School i, and up-todate

:current expenses' of the State, I shall' "Tilts !Horn Is objected to and not styles toaelect

_ withholding proceed to discharge approval that from duty certain. hy not approved appear for to bean thereason appropriation that It does fw I J Art School, School of.Elocution, from. Made: 'y

items, endeavor to- ave .Intact, a current xpen.soa of said instltulottand ;- Business i School School o* Domestics{ andTeachers' from selected I ,,
suillclcrji. amount of money: for each liitltutl It I is apparpnt that it. Is not in 1\\ ... ;) : wearwellfabrics: '

()n to defray the ordinary or tended' for the erection buildings and .
current expe'nses of eachvlnstltutloa In not embraced in current expenses and I I class, .. Industrial Arts.. '
.
a liberal fnanoeiY-ttod should I fall on is therefore In\my opinion, unconstitu Han. Cared Thousands,' Wilt every'pair.has'our ,

... account of the amounts being Cxprel'ed.ln tional. : '' Cure You. 'I fW. : liberyal '
the bill (tu the total Items, to reduce "Seu 2. For the Florida School for: F.. BLACKMAN PH. D.. PRES. guarantee. -,.
said !Items to the actual current DeaTand Blind. .27,or)()., If you are troubled ,,with. \r.1Quey.or .Ask td' see t

a expeutes.: pf-uwclr/ JnnUtutlouf Is my '"This\ Item Is Objected to and not approved bladder; troubles '.such as dropsy ._ WflJ .""
entrusted with theexpenditur'o for, the that U does ootappeal' : themvKalamazbo
i opinion that those reason Bright'* disease, catarrh, gravel of f'I
the f' """ """ """""' '
for
of said amount are only to be an appropriation
.
the bladder uri-. .
albumen in an'd '
urine .
for of said institution ,
authorized to expend ouch moneys current expenses ; Corset l lE.
current expenses, and I deem it proper and is there/ore in my opinion, un- I Wealthy; deposits( or tdo-fl'equeut din'Charge : C: A. CARSON, Praaldant.. N. C. BRYAN.. 8.cr.tary.

w that,rshould make this explanation. ConHtttUttonair being lefbdn the ,' : of the.urine, pain In the back clualva Ma>K.
4, STATE NORJSL'COLLFrJI.' ..' bill\ an appropriation of 923,375 for the and bladder.dropsical swelling of the 'J:' :E3e: ::' KALAMAZOO MICIUGA1
? currant' expenses or said Institution.' ,
"Section f.- For land MOO': "I have the honor to, remain, with feet and legs eto etc., wb guaranteedthat Sold and _neoomm de>d ibjr'VH. 1

This item is objected to and not great respect, very truly )'OU.... ( by Using Smith's Sure Kidney' Waters & Carson Grocery : 0. Stanford]!
approved for the reason that It la not "W.1 S. JENNINGS, Governor.-' Cure,a*complete cure will be effected. .

considered current- exucrnsos: and it Is. \, Price SO( cents and, tl.OO. For sale '. .. .f -, .-- M
b; foreIn' opinion, uncon .. .
Deaiere
my Wbot.a.l.aea
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l Osceola .
1
stitutional.\ *. The Happiest 'wom..., >y Pharmacy. ; t
'h'! "Section I-For shortage Insurance '
?' and Beverage, ttiOO. Is the hardworking e. The best satisf .. Notice of Application) for
This Item la objected to.and note approved action comes of'.service: performed Deed Under Section; 8 of 1 r, -
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fot'tlie reason that It la. considered Only ills necessary to keep the bowels .
that such ,, appropriation Is Chapter '4888 Laws
an the active. There's ,to
and \IL .
'k unnecessary, there being another appropriation : regular organs of Florida. \I ..COUNTY AGENTS FOR. i im
.for insurance on the St.at.e'Propert1' nothing{; like Orj.Klng.!* New Life .

j and the appropriation form for thatr\ jsnieyTwittererrlce g 1I1.1 purrhuer Notice U of hereby Tax (:Certlrtcatu given ihatUohn-M.No.4.V1', tinted Bryan the, ir A rOllAllf CRATES : ,:

repairs 'and' improvements 'U con* thoroughly 25c 'at OsceoUPhamaooy kh day of.!1My A. 1>. INUI. bm Died said oerttH- J Celebrated Fertijlzerai : I '
aidered sufficient' defray 'he ex* yet I c.te In my olllf, and bas made .tloo fur: . : y'1'luw
l . i Ux deed to I..... In aoaordenoe wltb" law. ..Id E T C. :

1'_. ""Former nles' mentionedH appropriations) for this In.stltutlon , ____ ..-I II I cortlArato properly ultqaU'il embrace In, OMWoU"the fo lowing county, .plorl.t.G.wit rlbed. ... _. Circulars ..d Prlc:.. 1 -. ..;: :
: NKti'uf:\ SEW lee .l, T'p :2ft 8. R XV L Fwrslakad OB Appllcatloai. .
were follows: T
an
Worst of all Eltpeneaces.Can I 40 nrre. the uM Und b'.lnr-HH Klcd'l The : :
For the\ 'year 1893 7,000 dU: of tb. iMUsnce of lush eerllflcat In the
.For the year IBM 9,000( )( anything W-worse'thaa to feel name of V R Lnrtlictic. 1'ulen said c..rtlAonthilt .. '

For For: the the year year 1800 1897 14,000 12,010 that every minute will be )"our'1at1ttSuch ''.''lIIle.ue be DKleemcJ; bereaa"aoooMlDB on tbs 4th la day law,.of tax July deed A, HIDES FUR W'OUL'Cousitry. : ,

For the )'ear.1001) 10,910 was the experience.of loir S. n.Newson .Dili,esemyuMclal l4uttir and seal Uiii I' q

'*"&o. 2.-For btate Normal College, } Decatur, Ala. "For three kid.day 0' May A D1003JNO: I had oaatlonto UM Tour I '
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M LFEf
located at De''' Funiak" M2,6000, years" abe writes, "Iendured insufferable (...LI) Clork ('lrcuIL.'OUrl : ; 'X3rodxxcv. Speol'a.l1yc. : -_ : glack.DTuht Stock and Poultry MtdJ.1'
"Thla Item U'objected: to and not approved + : OnceoU county Florid. elM and tm pleated to say that I neverustdanylhiegfor.tockth.llLv.lupae
for the reason that it.does not pain form "TodTgestion, stomach WW a.JOHNSTON.. U V ) ;il
and bowel trouble.. Death. seemed Inevitable I. .""""" "" ""' '''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''' I
.appear to be an appropriation for lOCAl ullsfacUon. 'hurlily.-. '
[ officers otter when doctors and all remedies all of flock
salariesof public or I mknd It to owner
current expen es of the State,_ and it : failed At length I was induced to try Notice of Application for Tax J. 8. BD Sf1ER. SL, loul. N* .
h .not. considered i. Deed Under Section 8 of
S a necessaryappro ... .
Bitters and result
Electric .ht! was Sick itouk. or poultry iliould not
priation[ there sufficient
; being moneys '
;otherwise appropriated to meet '.all mlr&culuufl. I.Improved at once and Chapter 4888;Lawn eat cheap: stock fouil anT more than
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anticipated current expenses for' the. now I'm .completely recovered. For of Florida. High Grade WhiskeyKentucky lick fvrtons should expect to be
sited by food.. When your stock
next" two years. Liver, Kidney Stomach and Bowel KOTTCK J8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT}. M. and pouV'y are sick give th m.i)edjcine. -
8ec. .1-For land $500.VThls troubles'-Electric" Bitters Is the Wlllinm, Jr.. porrhMer of furtlnl Tar CeKIA' *
only stuff thouiwith worth-
11ue
Item Is objected to and not ; rule N' IKMvtvd Ihesr.l day ol I . JWM.
approved for the reason that It Is not .medicine. Only COc guaranteed/ by has flied Mid cerlln'.t. In 17 olflnr, and has lea stock food.. Unload Die rowels(
.maila .rallcailon fur tax deed to laan I In arnardvneewnlr and stir up the torpid liver and the

h considered the current.expenses as an of appropriation said Institution. Osceola Pharmacy. .....':..wln...-..'.taw.....1":""BaM nron.rty.auatedlsOsc.ela eerticste.mbraeeslha.-. ExchangeAND animal ,.->ll l 10e cured if it be powil.le -
There cnunty. Florida fewlt:: \ \ to cure it. Ula-Draught Stock
remains In the
bill for current
W' &. 211 8 WK. .
WW i t.f HW'i of faction Tp snd Poultry Medicine unloads UMbowels
., expenses 116,775, which Is a greatersum The said lebbeln amerced at date 0'tb.
than has heretofore been required :J NotIce of Application to Sell .tmuance of inch rertlfleate the Haute \ and Mir up the torpid liver. ,
R K. C >. Ualnt u It'cures' malady of stock It. \
l for current. of said Institution Real) Estate. of Th Florida fomhera < every

"' for the same expenses period of time. Notice I* hereby given to all whore It odd law,eertllloatothmli tax deed will Inuo be redeemed thereon on accordlu the :/Mb K> T :EC:: :03 ;\ 'Ti'"T: ::;' E. R. LIBOY of taken Hlnck-Draiigkt in; time Secure Stock a and W-CI'nt J'oultryMediciix'and can ,

: SEMINARY that the unenlgned. N. C. Hrran may day of June, A. D. iwa.A. -4- MANAGER
EAST FLORID ; coucorn ; cHadaJ and (twill par for iUelf tea : +
Witnevamy aigiMtnra
ininlitrnuir of tba eaute of Joaeuh a Oltver,rtecraned ,
';Sao. 2.-For tho SE'lUI 'ar1'Ea"t of will. make application on Moiiday. lb. ] aeal rhia the 3Hth da? of' May tim o\'er. Jlorw"l'ork!.eUer. Cows .i
ihe Suwanne river . 18th day of July,A. I). WH. to the Hon. w.' K.Jobniton. /"r .D.ll1U1. give more milk, llogt gain flaah. '.
40OOQ. jKO.M.tKC.
CountyJndg of Oxsoola. Comity, I now have the largest stock of Wines Whiskies And hl1ll&y It solves the
Clerk Circuit Conet of DIOI'C.'f'lrJS.
'This Item Is objected] to and pot; "'I<1I1".t Klwimroee,in old County, for an . '
approved forth reoson- thatit- does order to...11.1 prtTiile ante In whole or In part$9e 1 .'& Oweola, County, F"brlda.'Bv and Beers ever handled in Kissimraee, All_ problem p( making as much blood, "<
w JOHNSTON fl. C
following deaeribed landa situated In mid flesh and energy as ixxiiUla out of: r
4 not appear to bean appropriationfor County, towltia : grades at prices to suit the time .. the IIma.t.!: amount of fijod con- 4
eurrentexpeosevvandla'.Jib.ereforeIn !,. WU.of N KM of Section K In T'.. 21111. -'R. 3D. ,
g -ray opinion unconstitutional. KauilNKUof NEii.u.l Nltof NWJIOI9.s.tear J.W. HARWELL, sumed. 'uy'a can from your. dealer.
I "Former made for IHlii 'I I'pSiSS H. fa E..ad Eaatbalf of 1M4.f ;
appropriations lirua. bubatvlaloii of of deotloet "
:'the East., Florida .Seminary 'were In TV I-upfer seR JW F.., the aane beln if, (the property JUSTICE OF THE PEACE UD. ;rco'J:' :o.: : .A. SJECr:: : 'r'Y
as follows: '. of said eaup.Tbi.1114dayoIJeo.. NOTARY PUBLIC STATZJLT LARGE: .
A. D. -. .. I
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K' MARRIAGES ; -
For the 1803 84,000' '
year .*116\ BRTAK A SPECIALTY BUY
For the year 1WW 4,000 Aa AdmlDlMrat' a4 the E.I...- THEM
For the year" 1807 5,000 ot Joieph .... C)1I"U.lJece........ t.', Office oft Stewart"Avenue J. BKAEDKH Proprietor.
For the' .1806. 9000 P.A.T.At8AaSl. \V, :XISisIMMEE.. -, FLA. ,
year IUD'U-6t .
Attorney. ,
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For the year 1QO1 25.000w
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, '"There remains in the;present ap ...... NMESEWING
bit 1 the>> -- --
,prnpriatlon to provide for cur 7
1' expenses of this Institution W3,.
'ally, which Is nearly equivalent lo-the '
1 total appropriations for this Institution cZSflH MACHINE ;4,

l(\3 during FLORIDA the STATE past ten OOLfUSOE years. ,. I AB E R T. BUT' LE R E Do'not be* dm-iv- bytthon' who'ad. '?

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v rtl!e a fUO.W Bowing Machine for Y.

; "Boo... 2. For the Seminary West of' THe Be* Spring end Sasnmer' A f 20.00. TUU kind of a machine can i.k
,.the Suwannee river, now the Florida be bolightfronl uii or Any of our
,Me llcii.s> for Babies fry Children. G ALES WINES BRANDIES
State dealers 15.00
College, H21.541. 1{torn f to $18.00.we .
*'IA'Th11 item is objected to and not G.
: MAKE: A VAililETY. ,
I Y b proved for the reason "that It> do Spring and Summer bring grave ftxifcrm to babies and chad rent y s nD. !
.' &'!,o appear tobe for current expense Thousands of little oTVea die otbowel 4n>abJes brought on by..sating'unripe L WHISK IE'S o use' ..,u, L THE NEW HOME IS' THE BEST. .
'
i *,11 --b t said Institution, and is, therefore fruits Teftetabl eta- Serioo rewlteoften fallow a slight The Feed determines) the strength!! orWQUkIH. '4
unoonattlnllonaf.olAfter ... ,derangement of the digestive' organ, liaV;y Ease In tin safest mosb 'E ...
if: >.tD' my; opinion, Ef .) of Buwiiiff )l chin_ The 'f' .
''eliminating- items aboveeaumeratedr effective ond-best medicine for all sttxaacfa and bowel] troubtes Qr'bc&biea CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
Double :Fred combined 'with other '
:_ there Is Jefa' la the ap- and children.. Pleasant in tnixm -. chHitytn like jt.. strong poliita! makes the New :Home

'Mproprlation bill for the next two the beat sewing: Machine, buy. I
the sum total of. ,55,857.75; -being CENTS FOR. LARGE BC1TTL. S SA ,
,jyears: 25' .'
: 110,000 more, than the total ap- Anheuser-BuscbBeer CIRCU.. .bowtDt'athele 4.1.
W .t r IRS
f n R or recent aHewlolMaachines
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',1'y 'proprlatlonforthe& past ten 'years If yourdruxgivtliasn't ft, wrfoa to tLo manufacturer. A \ '

for this institution, T. P.'P.-MAStSHArr MACON. GA. Iceteanufbetur.andprices beiur.pareb.lnt :;
ti ''Former appropriation. made for ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED t

C ..4tbtsSemlnary were as follows: !. .atottt. the FRpZ GOLD SING "ff rt. L L THE: KEV BOMB SEWINC HKEIRE. fa:

'\,. ,... For the"year 1893 t 4,000,00 . euASee. MA... .<
...
: : 'For the year.1895., 4,000,00, 0 Can only-.be- d In Kissimmee on Broadway B Onion 8q. N.Y., Cblonco,t1L.'AU.ntaf3a..

'For the'year' 1897 6.000.00 Street, at;"} the BRICK BAR BU LDINa. O.N .1.lout.M ,Dan...Tea..HaIIl"J'uaoUoo' 0.1 ;

:* For the year 1899 aooooitS ; ; 0 CON BALE: av .
,
1
;.Tor'the year 1901 26,500,00 : -.

r -IftO&TH: FLORIDA UlLtTABY and KT: > ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO.xrrxcn : I .N Citation- Administration.

.* DCATIOMAL:' OOLUBOK. .R' T. BUTLE ;
; ;
ID county Court OwaoU c_.,,, Florida.,
'eSeo.1. For the construction ol Acat'aemto -. aCILEDN4E JM AVBIUIX m* oJ>r IbaWbereaa.CoooiyJudra of aald County! -' IJ

Hall' 110.000( .0' at' IIT A T1UN&o sl to Moaai Kate baa applied to Ibis .
*!Till itemle objected to sp'proved !.Jr.. . .... ........ 1.-----. Aft' 10 Jour*for Lettrraof Administration. oo the Be .
,' .l 11-. does NISs p. L.. .. ,. . ..J& (.itqf ,...... .. . .,. I Wa 4baeoa p tate of RobL 11. LaDler and Mary U. L alerda..4?
< for tbe reason that It not ages Lv:. .:::::::;:::::::=::::;:Lakeleads.:::::::......+:::::::::::::.= aAOC : lap: I e eea.ad, late ol mid County Uaoeola 1a
i\iJ not/: .ppe..l' to .be// an appropriationfor 0.2o.12frp. A..._ ...-.. ....- -.-...... XI..I__... .._..._ ... ........-..1.. t .me 7 C'p Ii k Them are. Therefore, to ella and Ad.lab1\
r+ i. "'' current expenses and is therefore. 1"111I..12., .... Ar.............. ...._ ..... Ors.e do..r .....;........._ ..11.I'a: 7 lap.51een1e6a i all and aincut r the kindred and oredltora of _
unconstitutional.', , .hr .......... ,. .._. ..... e.atordl..I>, 2:1.:&. -11'h'qp.K..r. Ii 4 aid daeeaaed. to be and appear beery tbta
; in my Foropinion, ............" .._O.... cay J..IiI........ ..........._.L... 226. a u.lOp Ii i Court, on or before the 4'Hh oar of Julr A D .
T' !i! "Sec. Z tha purchase. .. .. of lands. ,. Ar........."..." ._t...d.Del.nit.. .._...._...........;...Lw.' .___ 4Sep. t MAYNARD LUMBER voa.. and ate ol>)ectlona, U any' they b."fN :
'. .t; ;$ffi0-. I ,,-, ; -.eap'-46a.-... .4 .......-.-. -..__.._,.Lv112tp.Pip : Co. Ibo granting lettara aa aforeaaid. otherwise his ''l'
'I" 'A"This Item objected w'and not &m-p.1 ma' .I.'J..........,.11I.1>,,- Pita f Kip i come will ba Ira Died aa prarad. . '.
Wltuaaa ..
j mynam. County' Jndca of the {

';' '' approved for the reason that'it doe, ...40.._w S Sp ,,1A'................_.........8TATIONH...T...."" ..-r.-. ...Arl (Af ..w-a5.,.,. ?.-.County... aloraaatd- this sth dar' ol Jan*., r
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"'appear<< td be an appropriation' for sett', 1."................__........PlanbCt._ .. _..... .....e..Ae I Urtn. p Saw' ? t..t- W. K ,JOHNSTON. .r'
t' :current ''expenses of said Institution. 7Mi ."p.. Ar......... ....._.................. ......... ................_.,.Lv *:20p C MG' and Planing Mills ,County' Jodfa.RASTER'S .. .'
4'and l. therefore in opinion, nnlatltutiOnaL 'f1O. MS... ....._...................rti.7a.rmw.................._.....L a TIID? ....
; ', my -_. ............_....... ..IO.!!........_...._, ............. ..., amp o._... .
't '---.. ._ ....... M att Lrv':.......... .,......., hDte.. ___ ......h.'...... ...Lv ..p ... .. ; SAL .
: :3.-ror the of addl. Now in compi.1I0\llle ": "
"Seo( purchase "'11& IITAT1 .. "' S62ep operation. Dills Furnished: '
.. ional lands. 500.' " ...... Lw.,7m.-.o.. .. ...... ...._...........o....._--Aor .o.. CUeaY Tallow and Pitch. Pine Timber and Lumber of ell Kinds UNDER: AND BY VIRTUE: Of A HXAI.' De' .t:\
.. e w.. 1 "ThUHetn' ts bJe0t.e40'' .and not'approved Sep, .....; M..,..........__.. Tboaasa a. ... .............."...t, ......r TIOae.Y1 i 0...of Foreoloeur rendered on tha sit day a*..;..
......... : for the reason that it,does Es-pl: aaad:, : o13: ''t- T'r .-r'.'u' i > ,pRCId ..',,-T. June A. D. 1WH by Honorable Minor S. lonea.
aoop 10. L.... ....,_..........T.+.1a._..._............ ..'.,A. Sato-Soap ,Judge ol the 7lb Judicial Circuit of riorida land '
I r'? "notappear to'be an. appropriation: ,4flp B46a L.,......n.._......,......... ......Po.e7am...,.. .. ..._. '....L" 9411' .. tOp for OMeola County. la a cruse woarals-)..
'4;.' for current expenses of said institutionand 11II.. II _. ,.............._....BLPNanbag7rMN.., ..........._...L+ 8115. slip MAYNARD LUMBER Co. Roger W. Butterflald and Wlllard. r. jLe..., It.. ;
ts, therefore in my opinion,, un- .. tOp Lvar.10. .et_... .?............................ 7 Baa .reeomplalaanu.aad H.aqT.. .nlth-Derln X; '
usual T 'Ap' ; .... ...............'t'-L" 7 Ma and P I;. Davldaos et al are.....Ddt I will.l
I" conatltuttonaLThe>> current- < 1IA1i1111111f111U111111111U11111111111111111111f111111111f1 ffer for sale to tht highest and beat Didder for '
i
tbla. institution have been 78.21 se 6 tI 78 ....... before ba Court Honaa KlaaUat ''
for door In
IhpeD'"s e tijOp I pip LY Jae..slllm Ar : 1.tip 7 Mq IlIIIp L. seku vIHs"Ar I Ixp ;'f"
A' provided.for another appropriation. 10 eop a eop le lOa.lr w.-. 1,.a sea It. as a lop 1145p A. Y.......... L" 7 IIItp ea,may. Florida,between'tba lacal boar ofaala ,

:"'I ,,crrnt:ifcere remains expenses in also.this,;bill gf,125 for '6311e 1 111a s .IIIp. .. I&pAr I cep A. Cbar-"LwllC111oi1.8..1UOOUOII L. S mp" I 16600 eta :2 lOp_ 1T04p seta 111II. A.larainghaee Ar ArMoatao.'ry Tbummvl'e Lor L"Ly 746pAr 126 S/6p s ' ' " " " ' '!' " "1111JJ. MONDAY,TfcK: eTH DAY OPJULYa. Dj 19C.. k4,

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I I.JII ' NORMAL and rNlHJS.TBIAtr Wlbahl-o. L. lop Ar. N..bllle Lv 140a tile Mid '..f
BT.'nr EBSBUBO .d. W. THOMPSON Sana belnc the Ant Monday of month
a 07. Ar' It1fl ..0.-4 ... me '
t. ''" IIIIIp > Mp It 110. Ar lvanavlite Lv 1 ei a E == the followin described Real KalMa 111..ea .
: \. BOHOOt. II" Ma A. Wuhl.L"..2S 4.alOp., 'II. Ar Cb....... L.._ limp being In th.Coe.ty of OeoeolaOounty for,

'; f "Sei'A. For the St. PeKrburg Nor-. a 0IIa. -11, PipAr Pbf.dN-htaIt.M L".n 12m ,. 1n Mpma'' 7 ""i-A. 8. Lou'L v I O0p E UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 3 : said, part oolarlT daaerlbed ..follow,to-Wlt: 4
m al Ssool *2fiOOO. .7 ,,, 1 lOp A. N.w York L" p lop 'Ma I$0 a ....DI8"1. L. 08. The KK-< 4O or JtW",.. Beet.S T'p at leai s. of B.las r taatalnleg
: se more or alao'eoa
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and not r 7. A CI..elo..LI L,111( )17LL't.NS.OJ':3:
Itemls objected'to '
'r"-"ThI* NX )
nenelni at for of abova dreorlbed tract
;i .approTcdJor the. reason that it does n 11 u. ... ontgom.'y Ar.17 p E. o-AjsErEyaPs: : aria ,. '.3 aid n.. th.nos *. wo 7d... thanca South 220 yds ,,
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beappropriationY a Up Ar .obll. L" I2ipg ooFjpJLJbrg, < theooe Weal 400 ,d... thence Worm 70 yda.,
p' not appear to .ep.A. N.WOrlee's L"2II.;, tbenea Weet M,ds. thence North 1W rds. t*
*' .or current expeaaesofLb.Instltutloa ,EE' Ladles andaanta'Bar1a1 nQ l3s. .<", = plaaofb.glOnlnr;. ContalnlncU: aoraa, mora
that this :TM .0U.a CARsRRYiuI. vrainstendasaw I....
tad for tbe further reason 01 laaa tba Eight of Way of tha Mouth rioriJL.l -
'State ?' ,' P.Iimae.lepp.n 'be4w... New Turk Jaok.onvnleand Pat ... NICK LINK FURNITURE AND It aka .h
institution: not a reoognUed T..pa :> ? ?J DOW raa. through! both (.
eer..rvb tb bbet.J''bOaYlU..ell.rM E if ,
cI..lolI ,
curt d.b. betweea Jackaonvttl STANDARD SEWING MACHINES. trait 0' I.nd also the au 0' the 8JU:
ownedork .
Jn tation -It not being slid W..bto.PuUmao Sleeper trains 7. aDd to b.twsea : : ..
Jacksonville a
cod New sec6 a DI ;
''' *,* thereof, by.the States JortE....,...kMaYlU.aad Cbl ..tthou,Clb...,.. . E Oaeaae IIY MAIL OR TJIdOaAI'H'E : : sv&g&si&t: T'p.lama a. ieo' rat
:wypart Petersburg Normal and1edu.SdedSchool c-t U.. ate..... lean Punta Genda for ion ..,.... cad 1..edlaM lasdla.dany e. GIVEN I'EO..n ATr&IITlOX. . . ' w 'of 'WSSISId | .W CIr ( aDd$lhs .
; ..u St v. imps I.nday.7.. a.. mtarnlag 1_".Myers. a a. m.. anteing' Punts Oorda 4 p. .... .' igKr11" UD PACKING wyl of 1115 8; of a.:.a. ..
OO'. :3 to:
+ '10 : :
went a.d Havana.Slams' leave Per, *
Es" Tampa Innd.ys, Tom.days and Thond.7111t p.ee eontalnlni lorflore more'o la .. ID 0 aoU' '
,, objected,to 'and not 'I'bb..Pull.... ... .I..pe.. .betwsea rat Tampa..and. New York... both Atlantic Cot. LID. AOBWT YoR THE, QlOaXOl d'oLAEK: CW8 MOMUMBMW.HlA 8TO CounJlK.TAYLbB!?. Plorld.., or mock thereof aa may be Jr
UI4 IIoatb. .1w. : M .
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reason that It 'doesBoTaVDyMrliob sntict.m to pay .14 deers. and .Dot of ..I...
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the AND IaoN ,
appro"fop PINCER -
'Pot 811....ptete..4 reliable. lnfermatloa'nnrdlag Palm."reaervatlow 11 T.r.
for { ,eta all OD Cap" 0' sale orb' .nrobOHrlo for TH4.lrY .
aa roprlrtlon U.e. ato K acna IN .It. r.. COLLIEIR Ja. D1..lo.. '1i up.. Fl... 1 a. Joa paso h .
,1, t.be er euses of said Jut.Uutlo>dp > .W.... CRAIG Oe..al .PseolerAt:a1, .. i'. IUIUiIlllllllllllliUllllllIIUIlIIIlIUUIIit1liClitllillll11l# # # i# # ,Maw r is Cbasoyr6?

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