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 26, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00078
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Ice Cr am Supper at MldUsd, South Florida Pro.p.rl B- 'i mail+t e e liit# 1+1.aa W1Wii 1 . : .

;, |TRAGEDY; I. The horoe of Mrs and Mr.. D,, ,M: The ,conditions of/ ,South Floridwere :$6o,6op' Per Day .1 'Professloii"' :: : '
. never better than at. present.Atour : Cards.PA. 'J
Stokes was the, scene of'a very pleasant -ot this section and a study of E C fiS1RTE, -: . .' '
gathering on the night of June 13 conditions/ of the several town This ,Is the' average sum paid "' 1;.
Two Killed and, One Dying I "when the. members-of the Midland and counties reveal 'a codditio rI -

Vocal-Class were entert&lned'by their rather roseate, regardless'of thacroa policy-holders: by,'The ., . 1 .:.VANS" ' AONEWj i
bke.I I' ing of few pessimists, who look '' i
at, Spring ., jpresldent.''Mr. Stokes. Relatives and. through a stained 'glasses rather than Mutual..Life. Insuraqce', Comjpany ,:; \ '-p1,I ATTOHK.Y": AT:LAWI *......,.., ,! '
e. friends were ,present. making s' total! contemplate the general signs of pros -;I .AND ,No'rAny'PORLtc; I(I-
.of about one hundred fifty* Ice cream perky'revealed on every hand ioC ,New York.' Multiply ITIJSRRi' io f" KISSIMMEE. FLA'
Into House
Broke '
The Tampa Tribune in an editorial .
cake and candy were served In abound and, I ,
'' presents a veryhopeful view of fhaxibya year ihe'Vonderjof I JTB. J, W. SIMPSON" '
His 'Wife and the'evenIngs ,
Slew Fatally anoe. A prominent featureof things In this part of the State. and the I ) : .

.Shot Elian*; Who fn. Intertaiment was' the large- newgraphophone the Tribune is correct. South. Florid amount disappears when DENTIST
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::turn,Kills'Hunter. Mr Stokes Tiere'recent.flpurchased was, also singingand b;; is Money all right continues to come j t into circulation you. .leant, how and. where the:i!j I Life, -Eire., Accident i 1 Office over Oeovola Pbarmaejr. ;. ;

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,,From the Tampa Tribune in'trumental mush One lookIngon The movement through of various phosphate, chaonbls from largest accumulation of( trustfunds OW7CS HobRSJ,, J '9 am.t,; 1%...,. ,

; Dade occurred CltyJ June lallt'nlllht.24.A ID terrible the Spring tragdy people at the could well beh not ved'orowdof help but feel young that 'DeSoto; 'Klssimmee and Polk counties, Arcadia is unprecedented and FtMyers . ,. in 'the world ill invested fi!ii: And '-Burglary- 1 'Telephone 'No.'78 r I 11:30: .to"Jun lS:30p: 6,/' lyr.. ..;

Lake settlement of Hernando; continue to send cattle out to -
; Midland has everyrealoo'lO be proud shown in "A Banker's Will
/As a result,:l lr..Jolevb count the Cuban market' and range; Tar as i DR.A.: : B., STEVENS,
Walter 13. Hunger; are dead, and oMts pretty;; bedate girl and'wll pon Sprlnlr.lsplaclnll tier sponge on Thisbook ,
; is sent on request ....DZNTIT,... ,r1
JosephusJilaod: Is ..not..expeo d to conductedyoung: men;, the market- Saraseta, Punta Gorda, i 'i
urvive. The next.. day at the school"bouse St. Petersburg and Port Tampa pros'I '
A deadly duel :war -fought 'In the class rendered a lengthy proarramme'f per as shipping points' 'lor fishj the : TkU Coopur. t..hslkrd1. I Fidelity' Bonds.: n -Gas Adfn Lterede i-(
{ night in the,,bouse of Elland Two dead people of Lee county, Bartow. Lakelond : A-I; Ofllci Hours I A.o M. td 1.114. and:
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that did Firll-J. P.1 |
sacred muilo Amoam
AfaDatee Poli.r-1o4.
bodies and a man In dung: agonies }'n ft manner Plant City, the' famed to $.30 1"; M.
greeted the, astonished eyes of the credit to each and all who participated i section, including Terra Cela. .< arr.-t. An.THE'MUTUAL OltLANDO.F.LORIDA; ,

,i neighbors. when they reached the A programme for ang Oth was prepaid 1 metto, Ellenton, Manatee 'and I3raid-. LIFE INSURANCE .,.,;,, . ,-
from : ,
scene Walter 'B. Bunter',, who ..lives. at I and Wad at the close of the eX"l'Clse'rTh& south,' and to all Punta the Oorda-towns and northeast Bartow COMPANY! or NEW YORK' J. ',M. WILLSON.I JR., I J.M. ,WILLSON. )R"- ;

young people; of Midland are have had their '
'vs Spring Lake, had been lu'Brooksvllloduring to KUslmmee ('NOTARY toBtic .j.
the day yesterday. his nay certainly doiD//"_ praise worthy thing !treasuries d. b.t.h..ale.of; Press A. rr.l .s home, he stopped af the house of Ell- in.try Ing to cultlvate4.helr.-voices fo\ toinotoett another vegetables, "' *..IMFiMFtFtFIMM............... -l:, STATE AT .LXnom; '
.The farmers are In excellent condl.Ion I Co ar., William and lib Re .,;
. and; .and, with murderous 'Intent, Estate-Agent;
singing. The The bill that jv
Improvement-that they Sis. NewYork. originated in the
rty N. Yif
broke'lnto the residence. :. in and about Brpoksville, Dade :! KISSIMMEE.FLORllwC:
'1 Proceedingtqthe' bedroom of Elland, have ability lor'singing', ,,"U.Ye ., City and the entire section south, CECIL WIhLOdX, Manl4r8lJack.onlUe. \ 'Florida Senate, in the Interest' of the ....
public highways of this State
wasunanimously .
.7t Hunter shot and killed Mrs. Elland as *'\ need'rain, crops are showing the and the prospetufor an' orange 'crop FlajM ,
'."t' she lay In bed, betide her husband.' 'effects' of. the drouth.. So also are exceeds that of two years ago.--.'Th* TILLKU.Asrent.. . _: Klssimmee. FlaPrank This bill provide that bythe.'House. -

Uefore he could complete his work .orange trees; but they,h ld.t.helr.frult demand for lumber keeps the 'wills Inconstant ----1 Clark b -announced' imsel in the.v internal improvement; fund,' ; I.'S .;

Elland with l leaped,(tie' murdered from the ;bed, and'grappled . well, and there Is every prospect of o UlDerOI.lIl'operation.other- "Industries e" ,.unnoen- as a candidate) for Congress from this and all moneys del'lved' from the tale W ., DlZBri ,

L! A death-struggle resulted Elland, .Rood crop" this comming! seation., cloned go to add to the sum total aDd district.,but. says the time is too loner, of swamp and overflowed -lands, be. ,' : ,
apportioned the 'various
belng'lhe stronger man, obtained' hi D..O. Mo Iiaren bat received' hiscomralsslon'as : make' South: Florida towns 'moreroperous other matters too pressing on his time among counties ,
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pun Hunter and, had shot seriously Hunter, wounded but, not mm.before, postmaster. ; ''here''The. :other} sections than of any-the to oountryUar be found in for hua s-a to define warm his,tame policy for his now opponents buproinia . valuation proportion of property to, to the be taxable used In :B Fr: 'Q' 'K: 1E R's, .

I oMoe will probably ba-1 changed from when It, 'comes tothe home constructing- hard surfaced, roads. 'and -.('
; Courier-Informant. -
Hunter died In a few' minutes, and __ ' bllt'\tw81k----4.0\ . .. .. ; '
'F.Uand,.weak from the exertion and the'Bn.hneil'5Tce to MldlaDil propel Bond Stampers.The .- stretch.. fr . -+ J., -=-- ___ '' {
--U.yTHOM?soN>> REAL' E.S,T'AX'EAND : :
'the lOll of blood, was unableto/ summon to. the near fii'ure. Atlanta Constitution publishes Tax'', PALL Ic:". a.' ..rseo.. .
helpsNelghbors.wbo! ...aroused Z- i he-ntnrTinljIIo road 'recently ppenwl' ) he following remedy. the disease"' 9LBabies.Extreme CALL! AIIIWKSSD.KISaiMMEK. . :
had been by hot weather 14
the shots, OOQ reached he,scene, and up from Midland Guy Branch bag In.."In horses a bed: gsee bfthts T disease' it.oj'in< 'upon-the digestive power'a 0 f'fat. ;'Plo..33.'e' O.tI .TYe..4I, I ". .INSURANCE''C

1 gave FUand attention. The two.. othersw beep in used fui' some' wooks, and I/o 1 'hardly'wgrth while to attempt. to.treat when puny and feeble they should be FLA. s .
ere beyond assistance.. said lobe. a more direct and .satin it In most intances that'are seevere given! a few dosesof vv lte'. 'ream \:
It Is not bellevedthatElland will recover. factory higway than the one that is now he-animal soon loses the power, towallow. Vermifuge the chlldrens tonlo. It .
It Is keown that Elland and discontinued The following 'is a stanbardreaUnent will stimulate and faclli te tn..dler\ s- "J
' : )Hunter had some trouble where the animal can swallow tion of their food, so that they becomi :
1 It was believed to be recently.bU'1 All the men of. the settlement who a drench or bolus:. Give at ,once strong, healthyand active. boo, at all !
( Iluntor was probably want work have: been able to .ft/id it one ounce o>f barbados aloe; also give ,Drugglste. \ r1ijtuJMiiiiJri.C '
) ed to murder Mr. and 1>11' by applpnj to'D. W. stoke,,-Ile .ha I to 2 drams of.lhoolld extract .of :
.Joupphu Eiland is the son and Hunter oelindonna.y alternating three Of ,the total. airs of Sanford suitable
had them the new road. every
i-\. was the 'OI .IDc1aw of Daniel Ell worklngon vltlr 30, drops of the tincture of for celery culture only about' O acres ,
'- ;\ and,__ formerly a resident 0 of Pasco: moving'fences'cow hunting, anb cultivating ''onlt6 root, and blister the 0-plne, neck were in cultivation"\ and the returns '. ""; -. --- '"-' wl ;tyN::
; county. crops, and doing: sundry other 'ted throat. If the animal cannot from this area are estimated at '100.KMX .- ;
. '; odd lobs to uumerou*to mention. The wallow Inject hvppdermlcally (under or'an average of 9006 pe _acra. -Its :
e {, !{ Striking Evldenc.o t:'.- peoplebere'al1 think "Dan" .is :'Jus: .be skin) one-quarter grain 'dose of claimed that the celery was not as THE: ONLY'PUCE E W TOW)!. DSQI6 TIE-ipllT: .
'I about rl'ifbt. ,ulphate of atropla very four, six or rood his year as usual but it broughtblghet ,
Fresh testimony-In great numbers Is prices.-Orlando Sentinel. '., y . .. .. .
,'f for tJ .constantly coming in, ,declaring1 Dr. Invitations have beeU Issued the Jeraane.-; ,When the worst symptoms -- P. 0 '
l 1 KIII celebration of llev. and Mrs. JV Q. abate give such food as the horse will FDUilt ; ; !
'INewDl.cover1'forConlumptlo,, .
I Trey's golden wedding aL' Mlcanopy fresh cool 'water constantly J JW IJe :
; oat keep
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Xoujfhs and Cold. to bo unequaled. A Fla., on July 4th. Rev. Ley's'thaonly before him tied keep the stable clean I We are 'prepared to deliver l; i -- " ... .
recent expression from T. J. McFar-\ living charter. member of the and plently of fresh air." On this subject ,
1 land lientonvllle, Va.-serves ill example Florida M. E., Conference and ba' ; a gentleman who has bad much ire I eLOLLY
.' '" t Jbeen in service 4n this state since j8U, experience;; with horse advises: I :VICI4' '
Ha writes_ u..: !_ had_, UronchltU fort r : POPS I. _WAT .

three years and doctored all the 'time __ NOTICE specially'Don't feed to much a horse corn in that hot'weather, has been, OE'to \', ,,-'ICE; I CR EAM:(." ", -'" :,;;5a,.':. -".' ", .-. "'"' .. .1r.K'. : " ,1.If.t'r.1' '''\-t;.,,' '

without being benefltted. Then I began .Notice Is hereby given that the city ''1.d .on oats.". ' . : :'.. ;'t.:ORAPEpJVICE ; ; ;'i. i.'.'V,1, 'f T: 't' ', .'::'
II --iaking Or-Kinge New Dbcoyeryl\; : tax-books wUj-4r-cHosed''oa(. :;the. 3qu< ..' .,' '.' Hot Weather W.e85':"''" .fl':;;; "And'all the latest aM'r< ''
< tort1'artlesr; M, interested, tuay,, save any part of the city at'1 thoi' V .'':" .
aqd a..few bottles l,whollycured; ,L too? ,If 'feel fagged out Ustlega' f and :,, most,,populed;t drinise. : ?
: additional costs by.paylntf. : tJlelr,taxes VOU' ; ,
following1;' '''t o wj l' prJ l c'e s s tlj; .. ;t, : .P. ,; ,, ""i'
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s11Lungand : , "'\ : : ;
Equally effertlvefinouringf !! before that dayV;- i tf .WV;! > V&wpW : : ;(!. backing In energy1'' you are perhaps .
When yyilf iindroeol'' ,
thirsty and the thirst
warm quench
Throat troubleConsumption,] >-!(f'J.. Md'PEATTER ferine( from .the debilitating effects k
', uf summer weather. These symptompIndicate ., . -
Tax Collector.Driven t ., '
.., .. Pneumonia and, Grip. Guaranted by that a tonic is needed that will .:300 pounds for 1.00' \ -, "- .
'4:. Osceola Pharmacy. Trial bottle free', to' Desperotlou. create a healthy-appetlte, make dlges- '200 U u"l A parlor for the ladies has been, specially, preparad.t They,, .

.d-4 regular sizes 50c._ and i 1.Od( I. Living at an out-of the-.way" place, Ion Impart perfect natural, regulate activity the to bowels the 'liver.and 100 ," ,. .40 wiil' find i it a pleasant. place.. to'stop while out shopping., --" , ;; ,
, from civilization, family is!! x.
remote a "
r This Ileblno will do It is a tonic, U'
; .20
'\\.i Whittier Items ;
I often driven to desperation, In case ofaccident laxative and restorative. H. J. Free-, ) 'Don't ; ome and" /'', : :
.i ,Take my Word for it bat ,: sec Tor Yourself/ ,
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Editor Valley Gazette. resulting in Uurps, 'Cut'Vound" , !lard, Ifropr,. Grand View Hotel 20 e' ,
s.of. ':".". .' As I see'ftoraany good places for \ Ulcers, eto. Lay In a supply t; Kanv writer "1 have usedHerbineforthelastl2Iears .10 "* 05Prices .. .- .f,l
., -, -: 'I 4 4i ;
. r adv. in your paper I can not help but of Huqklen.'s: Arnica-Salve It's the and nothing v ", 'J.I','
, .1:1:; mention Whittier as being the (finest earth beat l it. ft was recommended -- -- .- ._.
best on earth 25c, at Osceola on can ........ W.
'I,,: place for any or. every thing of any : to me by Dr.'Newton. New-. ; ----i-- awtN :
'place la Osceola: County', We haveUnelieople : Pharmacy. tonKan.'tOo at all Drumrlsts. 6n Ton Lots or' more l .,

Ue ; good land, a rrfoe school, Hon. Chas\ ', A. Carson, our State 'furfttsTTed:}on appl i c ati i a n ,. .
let !1 two store and one Post Office. A I Senator for 'the counties of Orange r ir 9r'3r. irlri'i0t:, """-
., good church, a. nice Sunday school and Osceola, so far as he was able t 'i- iati
I.ii. good crops: plenty of _fliilk and accoqn>llsh his work before him' deserves Ring up Phone 15 whenjvour-: "' '
butter, and we have >oohed mut well of his people.- lie fully 'needs : : ; ,
lit'I''I' cooler refrigerator
IlaC ton-corn, and we are a little saucy maintattrcd his high standing as an I ;refi11in .or. rPain t" : > : ___
and if you bear of .a little spat here able conservative and onrolentlOuplegislator. } ,
t nonce and a :willie,dont besurprisedit; Our own county R4>prel'. '. '
:(L ..." Will all blow over when we get hard up. seDt.a lvelt Messrs. Crawford ... d j ; i,1
\!; AU we want la for you to Induce Jewell, did all that could have) been ; M "
,..1..1Ja.I "some of those monied men to bring us" expected' of them, and obtained all W B. Makiflsoq n'' Coy GuaranteedWeatherproof.. ' ,:.:.': '
-; a railroad and then we will show you much good legislation for their 901tltuency. ,Jf>
:what stuff*we are made off; that's all as was possible under the :
-- we need. clroumastan-'lI"o' very many' measures I :,
J. Miller was down herereoe/itly and were introduced and pressed ',' ,
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Y -carried off a bunch' of cattle. Come that each' :4y1 r,
. with such member ' ( 91.For'
energy 011\
-! .:again Jim know where to' get the 1\ what is Home'' ,
\ you bad to be watchfull of his own peo- \ \ ,
rJr. ; -stuff-that brings the skads.. Intei-est.-J-Sanford Cbrt n'cle. .. .
D4 Cow Boys all( in for a few days to ple's .. r..'. -.,
Without Music? : Sale Toy-;: .
a rest and plant potatoes J' N. Smith A harrowing caseof ptomaine .. :.: a,",
aa and J., F. Williams-are doing fine in poisoning reported from the home of (

..hieD tsh the right'kind mercantile of men business and. ; they Ip the are right the southeast A. S. Drawdy town., near. On the Saturday poor- farm evenIng -, I$ Tooth ,;Savlnr"" i i Ij ,)SPECIAL'. .Inducements" ,f W. B Makinson 'COQ i ii ';.
r, 'place, they. know what Whittier is -and'they a can -corned befol"a.1I: opened JE i 1s .practice that too .. residents of : .
a many
and all the
meal -
for the evening members 1
t are here to 'stay. of t.befaI\lU" partook: onto Most of people wiah they had begun ilT ,Kissimmee during the next 5) i bea.le: .In. '

throu 'hWhlttlertoda'forKiselmmee, them were taken .\almostIrnmedU- I -earlierr -There _-'', .months to these desirous' .of., _--:.. II: .,'< ;

It..Dave. is a jolly: old fellow. ately.. Mrs Drawdy expired 'Wltbtn a '! more tooth-brushing and'pre-iij i! I buying fianos, !as follows: | General Hardware; Sportingifr
w,1DD Picnic ..t' Bullcreek next Friday few minutes; ,her, sltlt.ert Miss CellaMathews .
than therels;: and to]
given for Miss Albina .Smith' at the and a small child wereviol- I. serving fI / \\bnth'g' ,Trial Free.Thla Goods.. ' \'
close of her school;. ently-attacked; but medical aid was encourage 4! these ,practices we-- ;
--' Picnics seem \\o be1' the order' of the secured In time to save- their livoe. have', r *-'- l" '. . - :
: offer following' I i -L. -
day., ,"Look: out' for the Fourth of None of the rest of the family was seriously t ;} L ? .... .

. .,; ...fri t'""July.:" .", ,. Ilea .PUNCHKB.I. ; when the menaced.'can of It beef remembered was opened that a j, Hunters. Antiseptics' ;Renowned.manufactures!; | (Get prices on. barb, 'wire,and nails. before. buulna .els wftere': i :' ,

.1.In, '"' 'I'I.e4ht" .,Reidedy.. TieaFa-hining.sound but' of escaping was gas pot sufficient was- I, : Tooth'Pastethe, best; tooth', { KIMBALL '.tAMH.., . "" .. " ,

!t'.UI :;._'Neuralgic pains;rheumatism,lumbar to; deter tbelfamllgy: from using the i "cleaner;and tooth preserver: I KRANACH and BACH t.:.. '.' ., ...-r
. rt, ; .go and sciatic pains yelld to thepen- fatal food. "Mrs Drawdy was only' I' ,ever made.? It costs only.25 '' I H1NZE )QDoOO QQOQOOQo :u-QogQo QocoQa :u 'Goc ,

tom'tm- ,"r. retratlng influence/',! .B llard'a Snow r 31 years old.. -> '-Orlando Record.. ,; I cents; so cheap you can afford I and the renowned :

of. .Liniment,' It penetrates to the nerves Dave Ourley is a colored "gemman"whose to extravagant. with it. | I 'KIMBALL GROANS., NEW MARKET;! ET: '
,4 and bone, and being absorbed into the luck In Osceola county ;Is anything TOOTH BRUSHES.There j :
00Ie' else than of the "soft snap" order I '
are' conveyed
eta '1 blood, Its healing'propeiles' be arrested i ,.a '. 'BASS'OLD' 'STAND ;\ '
.ad i to every part of the bod.and_ ago was ofcontract may' be'80me' just as ii I For further particulars ap-. '1 ,
. '" tried ond convicted for a violation i
..:.. effect some wonderful cures.'Mr.Central D. and about the time\ bis time good but not ;'Kissimmee.., : pIt it er personally,or by mall 'REEVES' &, WOOD. ,,

B.. it r Railway F. MooreAgent, ,, Tenn.Illinois, states: I have was out spoiled .his chances for an Good .25c;. better. ,(than'you'' : to . ., .: PROP'S'' : 'r4
Milan >
.r..osag used Mallard's; Snow Unlraent. forrheumatism early freedom b, te.ktDQ'one' chance expect) 60d; best. T6c.' 'Ey.. . ',. ...... J '#' ,t;
backache etc.. in my too many: He escaped-but forgot to andup ( meat '
: Havindassoclated ourselves'ogether in the mari ;
, i get out of Charlie Prevatt's way, and. DeBeere
to'-' could family ,Itii'asplendid it."remedy.,25c\ coo and We now has another sentence of 90 4a,1to.Mr.CI'OI' Is guaranteed. They have ,. Edw.. business we take;;this1,'method, 'of "soliciting' at,,;l.a et; a;:: f
I 01* r notdo'without : his escapade,' which,will just arrived from. England '
lOTtb- 'share of your trade and shall endeavor to merit it by prompt/ '
..h"l aft I1.00,at sll'Drugglsts.TheTimesUnion. Jiim beyond the "watermllyon"! where we had them made,' GRAVES HOUSE, '
carry and
(; "service; faJr. liberal dealing; and .handllna''only the )best;; Na '
season. it. .. with the., .Osceola 'Pharmacy .Kissimtnee.. .
the country affords Besf. mutton'
, .: \ 1.t I has. recently in- ; ; anporkoh'S: : y t
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rbs I. L, .r!.....1184'a new color press, that. makesTJi"equlpment 'Yea Pow WfcH-ro t ;Are: *,Tiklrg "nAme-on' each, brush;.;w lQb ,, ,Local ,agent: for' t\ and all In ..u n.,, Free. 'de prompt .. our' S
" "verpaYnd "
1etltw .
s tak.Glroye' Tasteless The ,
.to' of When you means mottory) to piesMie ,(;; ,
.01& : | as thdrough as any .
) I (
.because lithe formula is .. Sherman ji
Roberts ,
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lie 1rfltbl I :
}] ; plainly ,vtfREg'vEi'
;the Sout.hvQ'4aUte'i Before ranking bottleahowIng :
'}{ printed on every I )
11. f.t',. >f:with the best'1-of, them, the> .addition that it Is slm ly.Iron and quinine. THE'OSCEOLAPHARMACYj.: t- ;:'Tampa, .P-::,. - ;t ''RHONE'Si '- jfi- ,H.' M.'WOOD. ''V ;
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? THe.' f1'1 STeIV" : QF.T:" 11 e'IN' hoarse girl dart jeering forward laugh.wlth-the Tlienbe evi snw feat' the In- A .w :Method PORTRAIT of Appl-Hn PILLOWS.A Col..r to Valet JOH N L B-EAM: AN ,

tendon of escaping her linwoleonio.. admIrer la Kahlblted, ,. ,
'''::1 ...R. ..:. .. ...: '_ )by fleetness of foot. i Here is something new in pillows- It
a ..1'Id. :' '" :e.. R 1.-E That's the very movement by 'which portrait pillows, they are called. Tbe '

:. 'WIW'_ a A- aw"sl sho'got away from n)0T" thought the face of1 a noted poet or statesman looks
,....el .... .. ",,11!' s 1 : . detective asiibe. saw .tlie:'llgl>t figure up atone from a background of-onc of Livery: w

'; bcpd. suddenly to the right a"o din:- -fils own Quotation*. We may see Whit. :

.. . jrio'-rough touch. with which shy was llefr and Burns, JKIpliug/ and Goethe inthisarray
., q'' threatened.. t' ..* of good folk who.are -willingto Stable. '
", 1O"r'I : But Jem SUck\rle knew with whom lend themselves to our ease and en ; .

s 1 I s be bad to deal. Thrusting his hands joyment. Qne Is bound to be soothedIn .
III/J"/ I}, '' into.hla, pocketbir contented liluieelf testing.upon this happy thought of "i '
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n-..' .......... with barring her llI"ftlwith\ bis per- Stevenson's: .-

... I.: .FJo'rence' '' '.' toll skillfully baffling 'eacl1 i attempt she ,"The wbrlil'Iii so ful ofw number of.things, Finest Turnouts in Town.Aucnt IIl

, 0tuftlor t .Q|"* )1\1.t\cue on the-: A&r'sha" efcICopTrULU .e'' made to pass him. These attempts ,on I am sure .wf" should all .be MI, happy u.
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her Hide and the .successful movement ' king. ,
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s e,. (C1 All'TB: !: tI tContlnuod about this; I didn't tell bet why 1 by .which"Jem" frustrated\ them, is:An framed excellent in _ .. ., brought both the young people near,
came/* ofconcealment four corners are clusters of the red it for Stand O C
enough to the detectvein his place Il &&r l OIllD any.
**'6hJbHt she's. come back* replied "All Tight, Mica Don't ;you worryyourself for him to bear-the words- "Mulberry berries.:''Trtrnlled.ot !

iJeg, quickly, with- the-ldea. Chat there about that. I shaa't put herto which rflsheruian addressed to the, Samoa. On the ftoosevelt' pillow l h. &

was reproach to ber jouaj mistress much trouble 1 can promise .'you girl : the rugged "eouoteJ8t\cC} of the President ..
Implied Iq the suggestion that she that At thl. stage of the business it's i *' with )his 'words: .
bad been trl.htellelt'awa. "She only asking questions. But, of course, t. "Look here, he saW: l'oulrblr.tnd' "The only'/man .who'never mokes n "
In no i subdued. voice "you had KISS1MMEE
.didn't walt long after the master lent you understand that we have to make very mistake Is the man who hevcr-does
better listen to what -v. got to 'BOY. J "
.for her; I can tell your! sure we get truthful answers. ,, anything." is
} and I tell For If don't I'll
BO you
"And'he's In the house' no-wJ" Nell looked more anxious than ever you.; *\ Then,there is the toast pillow n comfortable
1 asked the detectlre .with.Interest tint she made no further obJecUon., just take myself off.'and' ear It to somebody adjunct to the bachelor's den. :
else instead"Indeed / Ot1arE
wT s, but not for you to see" rev "Do you want to ask ino anythingmore hat la ,Just what I want Uound and smiling, happy Plckwlcklnn EIVE
torted Meg rudely; -Tou can',worry ?" she said, quietly. : gentlemen are brewing steaming
.in* with your questions, i If .you. like "Nothing more at present, ,11811"., And you to do answered Nell; ludisrnnuUy; punches offering one of these merry
;, but you don't set at her If'1 can help. rib much obliged to you for the tewmlnutel' Toil-know very well that I.don't wishto toasts: STEAMER LILLIE. STEAMER ROSEADA JA
talk to you now or at ,a"y otber Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain 'Clay Johnson Jr.
.. talk you've given me. "A long life and a harpy! one
ltr'At that moment a -windowwas' lie did ,not hide.perhaps be could time: but especially now. A true wife and a pretty one, Regular weekly trips to Bosslnger and return. Roseada leave Klsslmmee -

_i; "opened abort .therV'beads.;,aH3 the de- not-tbe fact that his spirits had.rlll(>oconMderably. "What. do1 you mean by ''especially .JlcrVa to the light that ,lieu in aomla'1 Tuesday: morning and arrives 1lulmmee.Vrlda,. evening::;;: _.... ,_ ,"I'k

teethe Without answering; tbe servant ; Not only was there the, now, eh. Miss. Flne-LadyrPeatock7"asked And l lS"ind: lie.!! and heal!l 11" Special Charter Trips to Lake Okecchobeo and Fort My era on the LUlle.

looked quickly; up. .Be saw Nell mark of the'bUrD' on her.hand, but Join who bad evidently been% These pillows are .ortl tlcolly gotten Comfortable accommodation for passengers- .a.te..rIQG&1Ile.

standing at the casement, crumbling; a there.were a dozen signs-la ber light; drinking although, *. be knew what' qwas up in 'velours and leather. :Those In The mOlt picturesque Waterway Florida; "

piece of bread which .he' pt on tbe ness 'of foot ber height her' slender But doing for; the suddenly .yclours; however seem 1Jett suited. For Passenger and .Freight Rates apply to
ledge tor the birds Noticing; something ness,of*'figure, the '< softness .of her answer 'girl turned to tho use for which they are Intended. CLAY ,JOllNS N. SR.. Proprietor. I. .1

with a quick eye he'alared up hand, her hesitation In answering him Inn/; Jem.and started to"run back to the The design if wrought lu a combination On board "Llllle." iossimmee"Fla.

silently; _, until, Nell. whoso bead,was b7'' which'be began to feel absolutely however being prepared for of coloring'and pyrographlc( work. .
turned. away snored and perceived euro that he was at last on the right such attempt. -caught her; and This "fire painting It Js called upon ', : .
this time !
6 him She blushed crimson, and ',was tack. Therefore be' had to persuade they were far away from velvet Is'jt: work somewhat nVw. ,
.. .to abut ,the window her he the detective to bear what they said,
about hastily that was on the wrong one. Hand paintIng upon velvet bill never, OWNoOeTOR.
when he stopped bee "Of said does although he could distinguish the tones EVERL MATS -HI&{ Imperious. course Miss, he. "It been satisfactory. Tbe paint lit time .
gesture ,,_,_ not do to any too much when one Is their respective \olcell.It cracks and loses its color and the Bye Hamilton 7>yer.s, M.,1\ ,
"Beg pardon,Jllsg.,, 'but,, could I only; Inve.tlgRUnc-llke. But I -may 1\'IIJII. evldent'that the< Very pcxt wlide effect Is Inartistic. A new I

speak to you a minute?" tell you that you've helped me considerably words uttered by. ..Jt'mwitli a greatand. method of applying color to velvet has,, A 600-page Illustrated Book containing *nlu .bl Information per- 'I'i

_ For an IDltaD't' 'abe seemed to terrible Impression upon :Nell.Ilvr.face. been most happy In' its results. By a Uining to diseases of the human system( showlng'lfow to treat and 'I

and In that Instant be could see think to And out the thief who's given whl 'h bad at fleet expresstdnothing : chemical process the dye Is removed ore with simplest of medicines. The book contains analysis of

;that'.she grow deadly; pale. "At last, us all toe bother.Agaln.thegirl'iface." but loathing and" disgust, became from the velvet In the required designs, courtship and marriage: ; rearing and management of children, bs- i ;

u however she made a movement to signify ..- with. Its dell in a moment rigid with horror.. teen'the foreign colors arc' applied. aides valuable prescriptions, recipes eto., with full complement of :'

assent,! closed ,the window and cate. tell-tale skin, blancheu with a as the 'young man- standing! quite close "Fire painting" may be done In elab fact in materia medica that everyone should know j,
t to her. and speaking In a hoarse whisper welj regulated household will b/ ,
disappeared. spasm of terror. But be did not"Dp- orate ornamentations on portieres -.aDdhel1VY This most indispensable adjunct,to exery: '
Tbe detective, who thought be bad pear to notice It. said something to" her In'an excited draperies 'velours.. .A. popular mailed, postpaid to any Address, on receipt of price, SIXTY CENTS.
reason, to fear that abe would again "And now 'I may justadd) in strict and earnest manner.So design Is a large:; Japanrtio lily Address! '' .

attempt 'to ,escape him 'pushed confidence mind: as it's a thing I don't anxious was the detective to Icarfi which with tly. graceful twl Mnss: of " t-
brusquely past. Meg, and opened the want1 to get known till I've actually was produced so strong Its long stems form r. beautiful border ,TAoQ"
aide door. an effect upon the girl that he crawled ;',
nabbed .
the chap that he's one of tbe for such heavy banging. When \
'"What are yon going In like that for best-known thieves from the East End front his hidIng place! toj the ditch this is wrought in Pull greens on A

Without so much as 'with-:)'our leave < of London and has done time. more which ran alongside the road and rich red '...h-et.lhe effect Is rhnruilng.
or by your leave 7* asked she! prompt. than once" crept along sometimes in the water, Another style of OecorF.tlou In till J

jy. 'r As be laid these weeds, with and.sometimes only in the mud until .
an expression line Is on nppllque leather upon eel.-. RY
You heard the young lady say she'd of great cunning Nell's face he was close enough! to the two speakers vet. This Is used for smaller table Florida East Coast '
see met"replied the dectectlve as, to catch most of their words. When .
as easily read as a book exhibited first covers rusts and even far sofa cushions.
? 'without further' ceremony be; passed.lnto astonishments-then relief and finallya'Joy he stopped the girl was refusing some .-Kxcha .

t- the bouse. '. which she tried In vain to hide. : request of the man's, with all the on- age LOCAL TIME CARD No.-48. ,In Effect April II 1903. ::1
t At the foot of the stales be met'e1L lIe could see even though ber eyes i orgy of loathing and detestation _. Soapinda For Unakaa. ,

"What do 'you wish to say t*' me?" were downcast and her mouth tightly ''Of course I will not" she won Kay There was considerable excitementin SOUTHBOUND-READ TOWN. NORTHBOUND:HEAD. UP.

1- ;she asked, in a very.tranquil tone.' drawn that she could Scarcely contain Ing vehemently "Of course, nobody the south part of town Thursday 1 ;

It was now so dark )'D tbe passage herself for the wild Impul.e'yf'delight would believe you for a moment. And : afternoon over the discovery of a uciiof N.09DallT. lb.ZJ: STATIONS. ....S N..?$ 1
{(that they'could, hardly; see. each other which had succeeded to the torments I .don't suppose you would dare to tell snakes in" M IKS Ella Itecklcrn'a ;ynnl. Dally. Dally Dally.I .

". '. face; of Ills Interrogatory; them to anybody else for fear-vf b?. For several days! previous Miss BeckJeenlmd : a t Ida I L..J.* ...." ../...............Ar T 16a ta .
r "Well. In the first place. 111... 1: log taken for a lunatic.*' seen n number of snakes iienr I 102"" 4SelOUa .......... .:,.. ltoJ..n..III..L. iCT. .
There moment's' before "
was a pause 0" ........ alas :
should like to speak to you in a better she could collect herself to reply In "Don't you? Oh nil .right then" her house some of ,,'blt' klllctT epm: y II lea ............... .:... llei.lnira.. .......... ..., ... f 15. ;llp = i
(.light replled.the man.. tranquil tones: _' sneered Jein.- "I ,ma- tell that Hemming Upon the afternoon named she (Uncovered .. i I 1..11 I 41 a . .. R. I'.!.ten .. . . ..:. MaAr ;: CARRIES ATTENTION
.; "In here, then" said, she leading the --- then that's been spying round a snake emerging from a hole co 'as inoT.II . .. ... ...t..I.: ,"".. .. ... .. , .YLv icaMa COp "
Well, I'm sure my uncle, and all of here G: __I tlJ' insLv . .. .. .-1'.Istka.. . . ....Ar !tip.
ci ;'W.T. atter'aoother'moment' or apparient us, will be very glad when you'vo lately, and tfiat's put 70ur'un.It"1 near the slough In the rear of the yard. t. Mr Ml. ....... .........b.n) at.----. . ... .. -..-.. .... CARRIESBUFFET \
+ hesitation into the little sitting- caught him. Will through this back up'' so by the questions 'he's been Tlilnklng perhaps there might be more Ka:: .... ,.. .. ... .. .,... .,.Ran Mat<> BUFFET '
1, t. room at the back of the house, wa7r' you. go asking.I I: jay tell him eh. Miss?" e reptiles 'burrowed in tho ground she \I, ; TCIAr........ ..... .. .....Wo.-L; : P BUFFET .:
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There was ,a fire and there was a And;opening the' inner door of tbe The detective could not see the girl's called to her sl tt>r-In-Iuw. Mrs. OlofUeckle'en za... l1 > ...................Huponu..".'............. :.... '" .c.. !Ji'" BUFFETPARLOR .j
fJ lamp. The detective. turned, ''up tbe. sitting face as she answered oCter a little and other nearby womento as lOt' .. ............. ....Ormoml.. ..... ... ... .. ..... t tlaIT ] P .
4 room she directed him to go Cc Irnp .......... ;.... .Daytr"u ..,.. ... .
'Wick."You'll. out through the'bar.' .. pause: come to her-assietanee, Together = -., = ....?.... .........Por'Orar.Ir't......... .......... .08a PARLOR BUFFETSLEEPING DIRECTED ,IZ'
excuse: met lfisa'but I-want'rery You come. upl'wlth\: with various of .. ..,......... . . rll.... .... ..... ..... 44 aMa fSP It
'' The' detective smiled to' 'blrcself Day; me to Shin. weapons destruction' stw: 10 f'I' t Itp ..:..........;..;.'..'o..k .......... ........ ... s .1"I PARLORCARS ':}
? particularly. to see1.;you'while, ;I _when, after having refreshed himself gle End and tell your story .to the I (hey started out towage: war upon! OL V lei" ..\..,......,...... TltuiTilla:V:................... 14 a SLEEPING 'ft
J4" 4e a i r at.-.the' colonel dud Miss,, '' I the snakes.! They carried a tub of bat : Ii Up .......w ,...........Oocoa,...................... UHaJ4 ?
tabf;; bar and 'apologised to Theodora that'swhat II.e' > i .0.. .Urr ....n'ill..dlfft............... ..... ) a p
j She bad gone round .the little George Claris', Ho ,whom he' gape; a you may do-If,you dare: *,' : ', soapsuds. which they; poured Into thehole : &: 1S Is. I III" .. 1 ...1I /and was standing at the other aide of "'There ;was another'' <<,., and the excitement commenced'Booner'.thnn t .11I Ut8a I .....)I.lbouroo! .....'.I.........., Maim 11.
similar hint to that:which be bad giv; pnuseaandlhadetective 0010 l N. ,. ... ....8el.uU." .. ............... 1 '
It. With a sudden movement the detective : en Nell, be found, himself once more 00'the knew, from the way in which-. '; '; :tbe1'om..u' anticipated, ".. stlu.fa ,",.+...,.......... lit"4, 1 ARS: CARS J.
swooped round upon her end, she R G aiia.Itlp..i' .... wvtl't.Pmerae.v......,.....,..... 10. It Main FACT
bad uttered these The hot1'ate1' bad done its :
road'to I Btroan.: words; as wellas wprk Oz III ..'..........Xlblmla........ .......:....... 10 17 a ,
,elzlng her by the wrist In a firm tie had been! so far eminently from the attitude In which she waited well,' and (lie' hiikCs' fairl) rawl..d : Ss. > ........,.......... .. Edrn.J .............'....... ilSP .. FACTTHAT
it grip-, pointed to ,the,back of her right successful for caV I... 111\ .. ........ ........... Jen.en.......... .. ... 10U.
the each other
but there was many a link still fisherman's answer, that she! over as they emerged from .Will': III. ..,.................,Btuart..... . .. .. .. I-I' 10.8 AND
.hand. wanting in lUG chain oC evidence was less defiant than her words. At i the hole Th way those women flouIshcd ? a. t.. Ill" .... ...., ... ....DobeR..un"... ..... . I t Ip IOU" OPERATED.OPERATED.scnEDUxEa : THAT
On the soft white Tklri: there was a last the fisherman I, ..1 111 3I t ...... ... ... ..... Wai Juulior... . Up o 6Sa
i which was to connect pretty Nell Clar- spoke again. And' their hoes and- clubs with which I-O Itaa ap." .... .. .. ......W.atP.lmimeaoh. ... .. .. .; I MaS THATTRAIN '
'little blister freshly made wltb'a pInk Is with the robberies tbe Ion If was clear that the proposal was not they were well armed an they .chasedthe WY U. .... ... . ........Bnjnton . .. . ... ... . 15. W> a \+ '
line.of Inflammation round the base at As 'Z .06. t1lp .. .. ..... ............. Dtlrtjr....... .... .. .. . Iio. CNTRAIN ::
to his :
;t'ti r . be had no Intention\ of, returnIng to his taste; 'reptiles about the yard .causedpassersby k. .- 101a ....... . &.. .. .:.,,,. ....... .. ... . 041' S ta TRAIN TRAINBUFFET TRAIN TRAINCARRIES
if, \ . hotel until he bad made further investigations "Look here, Mlssr Nell!" said be, in to stop and wonder what =- I". .Ip? .... ..............r .I1.ndso.. .... ... . ... I'
f **.*;<* tIJ Os's 110p I ...... .........L.monCtty ...... .... ... "J Ir1a
1: CHAPTER.;' Xi, at Shingle End be argumentative tone, "do you really was going on. But the ladles were 1 00. 0 l.tjl, Ar...... ........... ... t\ I l p la ,
doubled dare me to do that? Come, knowas brave nnd when the conflict ceased. ------r-
r 'Thana.a bUnr,1IJ'11.DOU"; be asked by way of tbe fields when you oy :JBHANCH LINES. "
,QIIIGU7. be had gone a short distance along I shouldn't have dared to have spoken mad an Inventory was taken they found -

? 'ei The girl was white and she! trembled the road and' bung about between the to you so open If I hatlu't got proof :bey had killed ten cnaL e .-Avon ((111.) BANFOHD DUA.NOII. I i OaAJfOD CITY EKANOII.

from bead to foot;. lier"whlte fore- Blue Lion and Colonel D 'atal'. house posUv.e.[ : Now corn shcnld I? Why Sentinel. I

'heed grew damp:and glistened In the taking advantage of every bit of bedgt your face told as how you knowed I; Caner,: Order MaTIIPally SUTIOXL. I No.! 12D.ilt "".''l r">>ally'OlOr. o'a" (.. 1..11 Na.4Dally ':
Making to
and knowed and so what's the good of rbTT Lv......... .... .... 4
lamplight.. Iler 'lips .seemca tree to keep out of the range of \ Tltuavllla .Ari 1 IO p '
B scarcely chance braving me? And knowing what I "Fashions change in canes as they 1 rll" L.T............MIm........ .....Ar\ I 07 p 1010 alLT..K. 8m,ro..A 0"
able,to form the answer which she ot observers. know I sas a ,L..0.t.e"'............Aril, S. a ofsp 11 11 ait.T. Likol/. en .Ar' (Ip I
'" And It Tong plain I mean no harm manewho ICOIpi
; was not before SMat Ly..Bn'.rprl.ArUno.tSU.II.a'I.L..O..D..CII.A.,
a "rell.1I1 *; mechanical foslilou.ft very' be : 41 p
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when I could ;easy earn n pound two so) a Ar. 8.n'l 00 a II.J.IAr.0r.1/11.Je.Lv!. 40
":rei." I found that some one else! was on the ionable trade. "Last our customers : = _- -- !.. .

1 :4 t, "May. I;ask 7.ou'to oblige,nie by..telliVlng watch also. The figure of a man, In a out Come of now peachin' to the detective chap" were calling for rough year wood In lu ,.u VZ&, d.T: Sundar o. *.. H IlJr; MAVPOBT BHANOH. No. liDlty. "No. iSun.. H.. 12IMllT. I

how It happened?" i Jersey; and seaman's boots, wltb a felt you must see It, eh? natural state without; any ornamenta j cal''yi. only. bally. ex sun I : Only. I

;JvVshe. glanced up at him with-,, face hat on'the back of his head and a pipe "Come and nay "It out then beforewitnessesI (tion. They; wanted cones made almost I lOOSa OIp f/o.T..Jaok.onvrla.. ...'..Ar. ... .... T 4: p .'
::Which was rigid' with fear. I In his month soon attracted Ills at. :Nell with dare you to do Itr'! .retorted as thin and as '''light as wbangeen.... So liP 108 10 It a sap 188.1..80./teaLv.PabloB..el1.Lr..t' Jaqkn .nvllla" ....!.' .......... T :1.1210" 'II!p '
a little .6.'UI "I
f,'"What-what does if matter" Why tention. lIe recognized the man as she more assurance' many cheap imitations had been madeof ,I ,1060. lip 111.. L..Atllln&lo Deach..Lv ...... T sea 11 /6.O.
as noted the man's reluctance 11 \Ma ....... IWpTh..e
Jflo you want jta-knowtl' Jem-Stlckehva' frequent customer at silver-mounted smooth-wood cares 0.U..Ar..Xa7poR".L. : /1f. 11 SO.

<.t. 8he.. eane drtothe; detective to be the Blue! Lion. and a person of whom " I take shan'tr this"step.. -. (that men of fashion would not look at Time Table Show the tlm... at.. afneeud t-> arrive' and I >!.a 1

turning" something over ,,In bet mInd report'spoke 111 as a confirmed "loafer" "I shall to work be replied sullenly them. This year we are' returning; to n: Ibl'foranyrdelaor Umea* 1AId l t.. not a-uarantied. !.J -

_ and be at once assumed that she was and Idler who only, 'worked when he this go If you lOT own way. AndI sliver mounts but in designs:; made to lrom! any ooaaequaaea artalng tbere- x
soy : choose to
'Y ..r. frying to invent a plausible story; to could not help It lie could not be speak civil order that It will be almost out of the
to' me, I don't ask for
account'for the mark on her band. quite certain whether Btlckelg saw to ask me in to tea with much-more and and question for importers of cheap Uer- KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
.>'.,"I'm sure you may gueai..Mls1., that him. but the fisherman was on th< you your man silver to Imitate. In umbrellas
': -, 'it Is not my'business to put ;you to In. lookout for", another1' person, and the uncle. Just bow you asked the ;young the large bandies of rough wood still PENSULAR" AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

onvenieicf by.. asking .unnecessary' detective had little difficulty In' guesw swells back. as were.. I'hold down here three and months hold favor with'the men. It I. no longer U Effect April: 18, 1903. It
u..tSoiu' but; of It ing that.that perlODwu Nell my tongue, It'llgono .
!course you refuse farther fashionable to decorane-them with initials. SOUTH BOUND. '
Jo answer, I cant make you., Do you For, Indeed Jem Btlckcl nyide nc than you and me." ButIf A man likes an umbrella that I LY1am1Ino..Tb..r...................... S Ola LT Harana Mon.NORTH: Frl BOUND. 19 Mm
\ you don't choose to do'this- Ar Key Weet Bun.,Thar................. 19 n0 Ar Ke,. Io'n. F.',:'::' '' '
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nuaer" secret ofbls,, admiration for the p W..BH ) ,.: .::::. e I'P
young be j jot '
('1 don't chooser1 can pick out at sight from a bunch IN E.y WNtl8..0.LTbDr.................. 10 t" Lv we.t ..
retorted Key
_ 'i ,"Oh; no, certainly'not,"she replied, lady nor' of his determination to fiercely.: "I tell you the whole Nell story quite others at his club or elsewhere. :ArHaTaoi: 'a-.Prl......,. ,.... .,... ..? 7 (.f,i 1'a Ar Miami Tu..Tae..,.Hnt.."..,..,,.,,.,,,.,., It t 10 IQg a d'
quipky.; i",1.Irp/doing' some Ironing ;brIDI'\ dowel the jhusey'a pride some absurd Some men will thecrooked
.aa" handle
I fine -...* +...- Is and that nobody would be., For copy of Lena Tim Card or other Information addraiiany
nJbb:J Il_ toucJle m,. hafi'd.. and day. Itevo ;you for a moment and so that they can hang their umbrellas Afent.
", --" yourantell
Burned it. -Jt-jvas tbe intention of the detectivetogb'
f \ It to whom you please." on a. hook in a ,hat rack and
.Y "And when did this happen Miser : to Shingle End, to interrogate -And shi'suddenJrepraDII"o wnrfrom- we have to manufacture -few Of themto

.Again the 'girl, hesitated.-- ,The deJectlTe Miss festal on the subject of the burn Tpm.'nnd Raining! the rood with rapid' meet" the -demands til the trade

= ,tool J,, A,tsof this fact alga, ,ua on Miss Clarls's hand. But as be fel<' steps, walked quickly'in the direction Women always go In for something i'
'+r ,,ftpeated Ills' 'question.; ' L' 1 sure that Nell would try to outwit him of f3hlncle.End. xld, and usually expensive."

AIII\ >>9l' ,;o"i"" *' 4- T by .seeing thelady and preparing! her; ""All
1 :qH. JJllI.Jou..wcm..c. .t..bere.thle for, his ,questions, he; ...wanted to. wait in rljht stentorian tones Jem, as threateningly he kept .Pair aa Policemen. . ....C... .. .. .. .. .
r morning until she had started on her Journey During tho Boer war one beard c . '
'1iGl6bt' i tbti'' houi. "" .t, 7\1 IN> that he-might be,with ''Miss festal pace with her -walking towards. the food deal of dogs as scouts, but they .
colonel's house
;" av iaifss* wet .iWfaeBfthe girt: srrlvedj"w', < ,*j by the .fields,. as slie lave now actually been enrolled in
f the road.
t. went by
4 If you'll take We Do S
yol 3b.ctJo..omn. i >Iiiafexpectton Denmark nnd Belgium as part of the
w w; \ ) were realised 4 to;the' my advice.; you'll make a clean breait' force Printing
; r whitewonld letteii He was.waiting Mhtad, a) clump of it to your grand friends, and see If They are 'mostly drawn
i.s ; '" fathef not:; 1beD"Jt <>Dee of bushes pot far from the garden-gate they don't sny'you'd best keep In with Yom the collie breed, and it takes

; 'De !vine that be DQLiIt AI1I.faet'; DI'Bhfagielaa&: ; chen: be caught sight inert.A.he! !. .; bout four months to train them to '
nst'her ahe added i, r u ODI of the girl comlna belr work. They can cleverly climb
sg y ,; ; neroes. the fields a' ; shouted the last words. Jew Of All Kinds. !
A so I. I .)asrt. hp6 pttJl //rapid pa.WvJrAranl. A1jw aeai>' be Stlckels passed the spot where the'de.:, trails aft or a disappearing fugitive or '

., d. and I don't waat.ker to be diej' could hear her ,panting breath' could .1gctive'was' in ,biding. Within a few// catch him' by the-neck and hold .him _I
j. ;tu by you{ making inquiries of her see, even in the waning light oC-Jthe moments tie latter took the opportunety fast without hurting Him till help,' arrives. -: r

'a t :abdatIne"',< December,d.,., th t.'.blt cast ,anlooua C".nln'"froii ibis uncomfortable These jumble! additions to thejwllce I '

tp1DfllDDeod 1T.C; ; .. glances round' her. .. ,abe went ;. helter. .nd.\tou *1h'"Jent at''* .jnick,", tag forceore not only used for track. I lW e Can Please You.tfe !

c mrt-.tpkl.. let t .too. .late to , Whenahe-'was! within a ,,coupl\ of pace, came, up with him before bt special criminals- but are on duty''

Iep'P\J s e'V( repj,aboat(,fbaU .As, I hundred yards of jyra....she" stopped reached the fence Which '''surrounded every eight from D o'clock till 5. the, I ...

tn w1 f to_'lave'yp aUJh*.trouila and ,with, Dttleecrem.,as Jem' StljJkelosuddenlyJtppeared ,the, colonel's. 'gard n: next morning;, accompanied by a poVllceman. : ,. jle

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TThID Kosky ride his own'bone down to rtrtogth tq a gun of the same calibre .'.i.-....._....... .
-'l Jn, any foreign service. 'In fact, the '. J.i ""
j drink. Martin 'rould Just see the ----r. Maguire
: baron:' of thefirst 0 baric fat UM story .,Morris :
-' horse's rump as the animal\ stood halt Tone :>Xeeemt AeelAea Bare Canted safety ,of the men Who ftd OMm bap** fa frost of a are.
'Q& on end, and the man's bend and houli. Lou ef life-History of the Iowa1 regards of -the Ordnance",Department' ?, -Wbo at tb the Id.... !.IIi .... to be:

.. dera, as he sat-luaeed in' his Middle' Kifle-Was One Victors of Saatiajo In planning tho-weapons. 1' ,onthe'spt0 foehis: narsn4dedarr,
\ t and Baea First Time BsbreH of the, considerations.
Sag 1M This was one
J"Thero! wa the b.o, opportuaityrahd tht parloru, y.ia1.
TWILIGHT.say ., / 'L
\ Explode, <. <: -4 -I- entertained by' Rear-Admiral O'NelJ
be took.\ It a* quick its lightning. ftatair the troublewhiag. t..,.e .f
he designed- tbe latest models of > >
ntivttT' IT.'LUxaEt.l.niy" lie crawled slyly out,of the grass andgot SAFr UAJU)>S: 'TOIL WAR ,SHIPS when <* eoW vr- }U eel f
/guns all of lIch produce higher! veloeltles U. sat on the > : of oaaaiosN. ,It's *.
The twilight la sad end cloudy ""AftJ Ii woman's ".O\"il1l1'.blldow" directly behind tile raatler.; Then" a With one for each,eH">>w sad one tat kU
and therefore
The wind b6w loud and free",. Is pa-mug, to and fro. ., n.lnI.ho/ stock-of his carbine as a Jiattcrlngram. ,greater: accuracy '
;And like the wings of the seabirds Now rising to the cihnp. be made ft running: Jump, Flash the of tbe.ea. Now and low.Wli ''The twelv -Ioch gun which '
whitecaps bowing bending pieces.
etrlklnjf the man squnreiy. between tho vsj rapid succession a number *
will be placed on battleships under fouda', '* comfort as. Morris. Maguire
!' <* But in the fisherman's cottage t tale do the roaring ocean "boulder' of accidents, Involving.;* \' '
There shines a ruddier light, And the night wind bleak ami will ,"Iosky was'burled a* If Licked by ft W 'of life directly traceable to construction will fire a projectile witha ;: CHAPTER It.
a' :'And a little face at the windowPeers As they beat at the casement.Tell mule He tho In have velocity 1009 feet per' second greater sorrow, habit
child struck water with asplash" tbe weapon ue, .But will come from a likeAnd .'
out into the night.; to that littie: ? ., than the old twelve-Inch\ gun. But of that *
and sank Hide'A,, uncle of sand. occurred la tbe United ; V-\
I' ;' Closer, clone it is pressed to the wkdo..nd; why do the roaring ocean. Martin landed behind "his saddle, and States Navy. Workmen were killed equal Importance the fact: that. the ,Morris'at. grew stoat-I- may, : even'say rEach

l As if those childish eves ... ,. And the night wind wild and bleak" the rustler- e homo slid Into' the water, and on loan Island whlle new piece hasna double steel tube and night be broader each morning
__*..1V01'e1ookineinto the darkness' .-.As they beat at the heart of the mother, Injured. is re-enforced to the muzzle> .while the aW ., pJ
To ... form where lie floundered over his breath- loading An eight-Inch shell\ ;; tile crew of more .
rf some iris. Drive the color from hot check T t\lbcfl.onI7'ln d
., lees matter. r"Tbo the eight-Inch gun turret of tbe battleship Iowa's guns bare,single Tin truly hil figure was one to axloond,'
( ponies were startled into snoit- Massachusetts: annihilated by pre not so well reenforced.Ko And .".his horror; to.

Ing a littler but they. were'too .thirstyto the premature explosion .ot au explosive change ba. occurred' In years ,to The doora'Were too narrow t let him y"Ithrough.
the or method of manufactureof .
# run and Martin kept"III*';Heat ana shell and three nfea were killed materlaj a
"i rUD.. Those In Use in tbo And be eat la Ms
destructionof J1aT1' so, : room.
rode out upon" tbe bank. lie tied Lie ana four wounded by; tbe he.eptn.
Too fat terrible doom I
latest ships r.etlcalJ'ot tbe same a
The Exploit of captured horse to some ,willows, and A twelve-Inch' on the battleship are ;first Installed the And ,did he escape?'VI.t I P.yr quite,
those on
4 then waded In and dragged Kosky'oat: Iowa. Though fortunately not attended type as ,kDe. .
Boston and Chicago,. .laid But story-anpnosing It's'trnetNew '
MARTIN BLUES'CHIELD.. Into tho dry bed of the creek. There with such, terrible consequences a Atlanta "ht aid .
down twenty-two 7eaco.. The essential York Herald
be turned the man upon Ills face and thIrteen-Inch !tun on the battleshipKearsarge "' n>v
.. Is due to modifications
,- slapped:.lils', back-until he began to and A tblrteeoIochl:1n/: "ou difference "
of the la the of Improve.went \
By Franklin W.:is Caten. how sign ot liCe; then lie tied him. the battleship Indiana were 'Injured gUll way
Lands and fecU'oMd""Ieft: lm there to through the ,premature explosion; : of of, ,breech meqhan'nm; tbe de

'1 come to and reflect' niton,..,the niferrnln.. shells\ ] and bad to be replaced. velopment better. powder and' the
:- "' use of larger powller-'charrea. Thus
a otf rllat11il
ties ;;:. These occurrences bare naturallyaroused -
"The ponies were now grazing quietly the anxiety of tbe authorities, greater power, greater range, greater,
1 evening I stepped Into tore be overtook the fellow, with my and Martin moved' ,theta up-s4r rnv' who have begun a most searching Investigation accuracy! and greater rapldity'ot fire '"The Idea of his accusing me"of mak
. Kelley's: store, which horse tied behind his cart. Then there have been obtained, Bear-Admiral
O'M' to where his horse was tied find then and the more the probe Is Jog A lie ont of the whole cloth;
,also the agency& poet.r was a lively lmo. Kosky got;: off his drove them rapidly home. moved about the greater' becomes the O'Neil says that to these qualities mast' "Rldlculoust You're too 'economical
,to await the slow" cart Svith hi* axe and charged Martin' be added greater safety for' the men
far the that" Star."I .
"That experience settled the accountsof certainty that so as equipment -Washington
i- 1m coming of the mail, and yelling like a wild mln.! 'The boy handling the weapons.or .'
of the
Big Bosky: lu these parts. I reckon Itself Is concerned the ordnance am told that her fiance is wealthy
found that the and watched '
proprietor dodged on his
spry pony .
tbe 'wholebusiness was rather- mysterious Navy Is as reasonably safe as may be BBO7ZCTiLBC: rra NAY?. quite one pf the 'landed gentry
had gone out to ..ulpefind left,the for'an opening. .
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door unlocked. '116 had no clerk; and "He circled swiftly aroundMhe cart to htm., lie never came on the expected. Tho.BODS, with the .exception There are four classes of projectile fact.-. ".Tea. It wa her motbo. who"

,M Inside were a number of "blan&et In- and oxenuntll' Big Kosliy was pretty reservation anln/Ito our knowledge\<< ,. ot that on the Iowa, subjected .to In the United States Navy-armor- landed' him,"-Brooklyn .
and niter'abhadoned' his elnlm.Martin' accidents have not been ruined..,
j '(lIan," It'Atedlpon box..llnd barrels, ", ..blown\ trying to get at htm. Then soon piercing projectiles, for use against The cynic hates the world, and so'
handling of him gore the Indians' The Iowa's' twelve-Inch. gun Is one ,
armor; common shell for use against Declares with all his vim.
t1 much at home. I knew that tJovrrnmcut when side
Kosky at tbe opposite
very was here dome heart their oldest of that calibre now He not hate it though
to protect of'the guns unarmored, or thinly armored really cold ,
employee"at all the Slou of .tbe cart Hart.. made a sudden property, and there was lees'steallug la ,service four of them-being oo-Ibll ;very service Aa much hat him, .
parts;, shrapnels for against .
agencies were notoriously negligent in dash aftbe oxen and belabored them ; 1'reraClaraADon't
of their Mock They 'gave Martin along battleship. four:,on'the monitor. Puritan detachments considerable Phiaelphia'
of a
t, the matter of locks and keys, 'yet' I I with a stockwhip. It needed only a exposed men yon ov. to me
him'Slrlkea the monitor and
nune-tboII1\ed two on the Monterey ,and canister
distance ,
wag surprised at Kellry's: supremo confidence cut or two to set them off at a Jump, "- =; ; battle away sing. Clarence Carelleloneatl7. ,
Big- {edlclne-Whlte-Uan.! Youth'sCompanion. two the secondclass blpTeu8. .
( In these Indian.When .. and KosUy, puffed and tired was left ,. .on which which 1s employed; against detach- Clara Id rather hea'ck ;
.. the Iowa
:: The gun on meats of lacking protection with'' .
men ,
we were alono that evening I to about after the runaway '_ caused such damage had been fired atleast.thlrtftve -- then I she Is In a good b\wor. !-
poke to him about the- matter. "Martin ran. the oxen to a safe distance in close range. Dt..olt.jEreo Pres*., .
rounds more than any ".
"Oh." be In Lie then cut the led An AvtheaUe Centenarian. "Shells are accepted In lots of 100. to
replied easy way, pony's rope, other of tbe'same date of construction Claude-i"Mli* Tblrtyodd seems:
"If/ there are Indians in the store when and drove the animal homeward, with Last Saturday there died at- St the authorities aro ,satisfied says near-Admiral' O'Neil..,' "It Is oUvlously bold ber age welL"' Maude-"liold her
I'm rt'Adrtor'me.l .J-don't send them Big Kosky shouting' after him all kindsof ret('..'. Port Guernsey, tho "olde that(o tbe,, others are In 'no danger of Impossible to test! every, aget Why she hasn't let go of a single :
out. Show Sioux that have threats. English Mrs. Aunt so, three are selected from lotOne
a you perfect woman Margaret At the slpce-sbu's been twenty-fiver':
'etmllar catastrophe.
causing a .ea.
confidence In Iii and ;you cant "Tbe old rascal didn't make, vain Ne>'e,. at the extraordinary, ago of 111 time-they will be closely watchedand of these' Is fired over1 the' ranger Baltimore 8erald.'t. "
trust him with threats either. Two later he Mrs. Neve born same Another Is fired, through a,. plate the
anything you've got. days come year was on Mnj th6' slightest evidence of A chap who'd just aa ho should. ,
The boat clerk I had In the days when 'tra the reservation "'llh0 couple of 18,. 1702, 'and waiT'a. good deal more strain tttey will probably be taken out thickness of which Is equal to one-half Was running lye,. through .would;

my trade needed kelp, Martin: Bluesbleld. Martin saved flee and drove off a bunch., fifty English men and women who have at' af the ship "1411 ijTHB :. burst in an explosion ..chamber, to He fell dead-ae could be -

I' from loss by thievery several times; odd ponies which net, Indian boy was talned to the rare age-4>f-tt hundred un or A BIO arm. ascertain If It breaks properly' In addition Hour-nice"that. he'd Baltimore always been American.gould '

. tho thieve were whites. herding on Short Flue Creek.: years bave possessed few other claims The tiff 'of ''a, gun but never been all cbells are subjected to water Mr" : Coyne-''Ah,, !'

';" -"I'll telryOU; of Martin's fracas with "TUey would 't have..!dared attempt to distinction They have belonged to definitely; ascertained and this Is a pressuVe and aro Inspected deter one malI be captain .wttes, a

Big Holly: I' a timber-claim so bold a theft. either I or the missionary classes that have seen llttlo and done point which many naval experts; think mine It they are free from strains, ol your ou sea of life?" Mrs:'
,, over hero on La root Crock lie was Mr. Williams,.had been on the little; often Indeed.tbe exact date of worthy of special study by the Navy proper measurement and-_'-welgblMindaro , Berrymore brle'dow. (a 'Wldo")-"No; 'but you .f

. some kind of a 'foreigner' and had reservation. But as It was they only their birth has been uncertain. They Department Before Installation on otherwise p erfeet7"Nowadays can be my second mate,"-Detroit Free :
worked In the pineries; be was the biggest bad to 'drive these ponies to the nearest may; have died Aged 101 or 103 or any. board each gun Is tested at the Indian tho Navy bus a,target trees.rodro'whnt'think. r t ri' ,

!fi S and tbe incanoat mlte-tbat--e"er railroad town and sell them at S10 thing over (or perhaps less than), 100 Head Proving Grounds; five practice every quarter which Is almost: :

come Into. tbese
tel1o,""- in size, with a neck Indians would avail nothing. Such poor''" tbo baptismal certificate/ Is not Sometimes. a. gun ts> 'retained at the work1 IcTput on the gune.ln :this practice posed lawT lguel-"What. II tT

_. and chest like a bull's, and ho bAd a robberies of the Sioux were frequent In always; treasured.: But the dace of proving grounds for use In firing projectiles than! during tbe war.. and they' Pedro-"It 1* to the .ffec that ater,

black beard as coarse as straw, that thpso days aDd'eTen ,the friendliest Mrs Neve Is different. submitted for acceptance or for have stood the strain A excellentlyPhiladelphia /.- man ba taken part In.urrUD' '
stood straight out like hog's bristles of them In a state of hostile feel There Is no doubt whoever that site trial of Inventions, one of which caused Record.' ::' -'- ,'he shall b exempt from turer'

} ".tt that time the Indian here, who wa born In 1792, and during the 110 tbe destruction of a wel1'eIDcb'guD A tary .e1lc. -Puck. >jSondayachool

!lime always becu'peaceable, were fool.Ing Ing."I' don't inpnose\ that Martin even years tbat has elapsed since her birth i several years ago. Subsequently the now BotbMfcltd Heard *f "" ...rlo...' Teacher-'' ',. tho- '

.very-tMtrid. It was the ;year after would have dared to follow the rag; she has seen and done more than moat gun la Issued to the service.- I'' Mr.. ',Leopold do Botbsdblld. in hip whole earth was flooded,and even the

?' the Ouster fight and the people of the cats' If they hadn't run off four of my English wome When she, was. ten ; Before.1t gave" way the Iowa's .gun speech as Chairman cf the Newspaper bushes and fleas were under'a4 great'

settlements hereabouts were not well ponlen 'In the bunch they stampeded. years Did cue wa sent b/ sailing boat' bad been Bred 123 times,.but no signsof Press Fund dinner In London tbe other beet of water. What I 11 It..Johunyt",

disposed: toward the Indians."I But I bad left him in charge of my to a school at Bristol kept,by ladle I stress bal 'Wen reported. The fact day,' demolished the tradition about the 10hnnPleItH., ma'am,where did the,:

don't know how It Is," said Kelley, property, and when a runner came in wliose brother tirro friend of that the barrel Tof tho gun broke off way in which his grandfather obtained kid put their clothe*,when they wentIn n

q reflectively, "but most 'white people with news of the loss he.attain locked Southey, DC'\' Quince and Coleildge. about twenty feet from the muzzle is advance news of Uia-rlctory at Water swlmmlnT-Philadelphia ,Tele

'don't seem to know The difference' 1>eotwt't'n'a the store-, and leaving some Indians en Her schoolmistresses numbered among aa, Indication towevetv that there It loo. According to the current story, graph. '

good. Indian ;and a bad one. gadmounted Ms pony followed? their acquaintance Hannah More, Sir was '"weakest and an examination of which even the Encyclopaedia Brltan- Margaret-"Noyou; cannot stay/w;

Fully nine-tenths of "the Sioux have the rustlers.. He was careful after Humphrey Davy; Charles Lamb and the plans shows that at tlils'polnt tberln nlca repeats Nathan Mayer Bothschild Your mother say It I* absolutelyessary '.;r

never taken part in any hostile move striking their trail not to como In sightof U zlltt. 8bf herself when newly. married had not the reinforcement given to was present at the battle, and hurried for you to come hoeae." *

r tiffAinst our people. Yet this nlno- them until after dark. visited the field .of Waterloo the part In Its rear<--- --*-. \ back C
tenths X.tve been made lo suffer greater "About two hour aftep-onet fie where she picked up A belt bnckloof, Tits extent of the strain a, twelve* decided,' getting there some hours that mother,, is tbe Inventor ot'i.

privations than tho. fellow who did 'amelp with I them 4n the Coulee of one cf the dead of the Impeilal Guard. Inch gun suffers will\ be appreciatedwhen before tbe news became known. and slty. Instead of necessity being ties

the: fighting Chapeau Creek. They had Just made During'her married life of twenty-five it Is known that every square maklnc enormous pofltl-J1; buying up mother of Ifcventlom**-Kansas Ot:,, ,.,

"Well. Big''Koak, and some others camp having run the stock more than years and In her widowhood she had Inch, upon the occasion of explosionof stocks. ,Jonmol. '

took advantage of the situation here forty miles over an unsettled district traveled through the length and a full charge" la required to. withstand Ills grandson told.tbe newspaper men Proprwtw-"Ye., we could, find"f'' "! ...;.

and, robbed the Indian. whenever they Martin saw them without being seen. breadth'of Europe; and actually at the force of from fifteen,to sevep- that "the accurate story would appear place for your friend. If ire is aU right:;, &

had half a chance. Kl>>lIkr. at La root lie picketed bill pony beyond earshot age of ninety; -twenty years ago-she teen tons; In other words. It experiences to them as Journalists vlz.,,,,that the What do you know about hlmT -;

Creek owes close to the renervationline and then crept clone, to. their camp set out for Cracow' to see the memorial the shock: of- receiving this news came through.the medium of a of Applicant-''He has 1rdd,, ,

' aDd'be dada keen rye for stray hiding' In some bushes where,he 'Could erected to Kbscluszko.: She walked/ to weight if dropped a distance of one small Dutch newspaper. The news; term In the Common Council and two"

ponies. I suppose be stole and sold a keep an eye on every movement. and from church regularly for years foot. Usually when a gun. deteriorates was published lu -slncle.Uoe-'Oreat: in the, .\Legislature." Proprietor }-"!

dozen or fifteen of them In a: year. "The three men were sitting about a after her hundredth birthday and read evidence of 'the fact Is shown by damage victory of the English a.t Amsterdam. mean'what do you know about.him tobin '

'After every loss the Indians would mall fire,eating their supper. Their the'Bllile in large print almost up to the to the rifling, stress of the metal or HI* grandfather, who was the owner of credl "-Boston Transcript. "

lien their ponies closer for a time; ponies. were picketed close by, and day of her death and It was only in even'slight ruptures, but none of these some ships told his captains that .. t.
then they'd get; a little careless. and their guns, two Winchester belonging November last tbat her faculties beganto signs Appeared lathe case of the Iowa. whenever" they; went anywhere they. Lw, r.I wa I'who drew up y
more stock would, dllllll e3r. It 'dUl to the cow-nea' and an old shotgun 'fall her' For forty years therefore, were always to' bring him the latest bu.bnd'* will, and In It.J.' pa*>-,. '

>> not the slightest goad to complain; both Trjilcli' Kosky: (carried lay against their after she bad passed the threescore THIS rBZOArnojja Tizax."The newspapers. One of these trusted cap., tlculnrly requested that { :: d

I'and the missionary here went to tho saddles within their reach. yenrs and ten which are-the allotted first indication" of the weakening tame arrived, with f. paper announcingthe not marry again-but Ik'

I sheriffs In the adjoining countlci.. and ',"The'moon was shining brightly Into span of man's life she was able to do of a gun. Bear-Admiral ,0'l"1I. great victory. His grandfather "Oh; dear,Mr. SudfOr.1ouc );.
Chief of the Ordnance !tbq..Nav, f'
f ,tried to get them. to put a,stop to the the coulee!, and just below the matter what and women today are who believed, cs they all did now in has.qulte '' woU't:: '
said "is usuallythe wearing ,out :of. it 'be more seemly to
:robbery.! Martin saw the pony herd In a clove unable to do at half her age.-Lond.oD the accuracy of all newspapers Immediately 'w.i"n..
tbe lining when It becomes of Lag
I necessary period
, I "The Indians loon came to fear Big bunch most'of them lying at rest. Spectator. __. took'the news to the Treasuryand mourning '
to reline the In other words we the'engogementrx'
gun. we announce
Kosky much a*, some people fear evil "The Indian settled hlmrelf to watt Rave the Information to Lord ,Liverpool '' '
fire a Indefinitely/ until It shows : :,
spirit They thought he had a -waken" and presently Big Kosky got up The Oyster's Baby D.,.&. enlargement gun of the bore .r some other lie did not tell him bow bo lelphia"Teletapb' fry'.'. ,

-bin medicine .plrlt-Io"'hleb pro? saddled his horse, took his gun and '.'he oyster; Is, most Interesting during detect We have small guns that have knew It: and his news was scouted be ,- e : : :' .,f.; ', .

reefed him..,_-Thejt said he could look went to look after tbe herd, while the babyhood,says Charles Frederick Stans-, "been .fired more than, 100 times ,and .causethe -Intelligence had arrived ,of, i Tne> Mew UIUe .\ :1'H : jl
BtMMh '
right through and what others' unrolled their blanket old ilip defeat of the English troops on Hit i 'he"aDuuar report ot the < ,
person see } bury, la Outing. Its manner of making we will continuo to fire them' -untlT the_ i
." was behind him Ile.ueually carried a their Winchesters beside them and a'et' suggests the sublime confidence lining Is worn out. All the later guns previous day," -dr South Africa Company' aow.t', .

two-bitted ax with a long .handle.wblch stretched themselves at their fire. of childhood. Itp..eter to,nd things are still running In ." ,
reinforced to the muzzle rRhodes. -
,'t \ the Indians looked\ his "Tliey had boon talking together and ave Feneoeks rth-- notwithstanding' tho ( ---q
upon 4* here to odd objects. and. Its childish "Tbe Court of Inquiry which investigated 'loof7* .:
r war-weapon; and they supposed he, laughing and were evidently ,pretty taste :in this 'direction often encompasses th _accldent on board the Mastachnsett The taperstltious :regard peacockarelltbefl t
t could throw this well contented ;with their catch destruction Native laborer on ,the.farms in Mala.belelal14 .
through a mall at a ; they Its If an old boot that the ordnance with suspicion and, forbid the
!t'e :Y long distance. seemed to feel pretty sure about getting A water-logged box.a brick a lump of equipment reported, was entirely satisfactory admission,of, these beautifully colored earn from |2.60 to f5 a month.. '
11 "lie used' to come to my. store,now off with the berd. Martin.watched coal, or piece .of discarded and fractured Before a gun 1* assembled at the gunfactory ornaments into their rooms;,but,;sayitbe : There' has been 10D trouble"from '
and then to and the 'always the fellow like a lynx and when locusts In Southern Rhodesia, but they
j trade Indians they crockery lies upon the bed of the the casting are purchased by Court ,Circulator,, there are those v* '
kept away from him for be were sound asleep- and Kosky was out ocean where a set Is In' progress the contract. These are of steel which who defy superstition ana will poslbly seem to have the tramp disposition" and r

,! .: hated them and timid glare 'at-them of eight looking after the herd, he ;young oyster, or eggs will cluster. have bees oil-tempered. All, strainsare be pleased with, the new fashion that succumb,to tr3tmet with?.soap and. ,'

4. I' like n< mad beast But my clerk who crawled Into their camp and got both thick and fait upon It. showing avery supposed to be removed by anneal. has Introduced peacocks'. feathers for water. i

\ had been educated In white' schools, their- CUUN.' Then he crawled!: away decided preference a* against the ing; that is,the tube of the gun la personal wear. Not only are they. Imitated A new hut tax ,has benmp.e4 and' ,

r e had lost his tear of waknn men,; and again surrounding natural anchorage. I heated slowly and allowed to cool slow .In'pai'letes and.beads on satin natives scramble, to f.

itwa*amusing to me to watch tho play "The guns lie- carried, up the creek bare even seen a pair of corset, ''that ly. ,No one can say that all strains gowns or worked into the design of a paying. It Boy under eighteeagrumble',- ,,

t between them and strapped to Ills pony's saddle. Then conld'nevcr again' hope to Imprison the have been removed. from the tube because pink andwhite brocade, but the real when their money "'W handed' back to

'Good day Mr. KosLyr! rutln3.ould' lie came'back Just a* slyly to look after waist of lovely woman, entirely covered It I* impossible to take specimens feather Itself la now' seen: on millinery them and they are told' that, ,they'". .,' are.
politely "Will Big Rocky; and the' ponies So far of Thus themomentAhatcorn Oaaoung-to-pa y's "t"
' say very ;you with a set young oyster esrept from_tie_ends.._anawhlle-4he posed-of '
1 ,have some rope to-day,or will you have everything had gone to his llklnir and does Nature pay her tribute to- Art. 'metal* supposed to be uniform this fiat: folds of black net,ana bands of .Tliere, ..r 281 tlephonebclbr. '

't ,aone of these-fine knives?' and be-would now to-getTtaT>f-tIiat'Tncnlly herder."Rorky A favorite foundation for life adopted cannot be stated\ definitely. At the same green ,velvet Is decorated, on:'the brim In Southern" ,

,hold up a'.butcberkulteAr'a' colot\ kept the horses In a close by sensible young oT.teu.1.l upon time 'every precaution which human with an aigrette of peacocks' feathers, brarleal'and two public park and. .gar'

rope for Inspection. y.-, bunch,' riding about them with his gun the*.hell. of their ancestors long since care and Ingenuity can devise is takento two feathers the short cut stems crossing dens., -.' :

"Big Kosky's eyes ;would blaze. and across his saddle and Martin's prospect defunct and for this ,reason many make the gun as safe f..." the'men one another being used for the There Ira flourishing; RbodOI Scien ,<,

then he'd mutter something In hi J owe for running off any of them.looked planters strew the 'bottom of ,their who handle it as possible.' When a gun composition of this novel. aigrette.which te'AI8Ocnton. with headquarters' ""* 'ant-w. -' "

I ; 'language and turn t
wanted, ,Probably, though, there would don 'betore'the: fellows in camp were hope that the wandering will slop, Head .Proving :Grounds, where It I I. fashions., It cannot:be. said,' on the Progress has,1 exploring. J
.have been no ,fracas betwaen;Martin awakened, for the'discovery( of the loss and there adopt a local habitation..; fired five times with pressures'reaching whole that peacocks'"featbers are.very the famous ruins of "tW teat. : :'
and been to of* their trans would'alarw them ''at thus the floor of the deep i chosen of King Solomon'* ,mine.'' and; sorpel< ,,'
iJ lCoak1;It.I" had .t Called- :. Lying; upon a* high a* twenty tons ,The maximum well as personal ,adornments, '
A ,Fort Bertbold ''on ,.bulJlnl'l| ,. Kosky: ,once', '< .. <*t> sit -.' : .the young oyster begin to grow.; :'tfnola pressure to which the-gun will be *ubJectiftd hut as an aigrette on a black 6r Tuscan I gold, ornaments+ of 'ali ot'wokmn' .;,i""

I .came over the nrxftlay:Wlt'b. cart and ."The ponies, however.themaelieisealed doing*W Invarlably.point his little In service IB seventeen 'ton*. toque'these symbols: of the hundred- ship have. been .fonml. .'Yok 'Ky.,-

yoke; of oxen after, some flour When Martin's plan of action; ,TL...y'd "bill" heavenwnrd-: attitude }that he- oiin eyed Argus; who according to mythology World. ;.

lie entered tho, (tore'be glared at Martin been ;watered at Lame Man's':Cre-kr, 'maintain throughout life' I If undisturbed. ; or fOm. VICTOS of sAzm.&ao. was charged by Juno to watch t ,..
p a*Visual,'and finding I was to be some, miles back and toward midnight >J5 h he grow older his shell ir ,req1lenU,, on board ot the Iowa, lo, but. being slain'by" Mercury, warn ., 'eS4" .. 2..wt. '

eon ,,ol!' a weekor two, ho turned on .they began to want drink and to drop oftvi used by"the flora of.the licit'ulill' the "members of tbe crew,of tbe gunthat changed by the"revengeful goddesa Into ,The British p P'le .' .

p his heel and,walked out.' .- w into tli.bed ef the Chapeau to loolf'for ntfchorIaetaadtbuhe 'is"apt 'to' be burst were to be seen brightening: a peacock,'.wni pa**:,.;Super.tI lolUI'4Je' peetmenfLaihten eperll'n I-'tO-

"A little"wlillo afterward an"'Indian }t" '.The creek was*dryf ar1theonly' a fopnd tqJ1)'efl Cd,JJ11h ',foliage of: the It arid holding their hands-:upon4taff bard,, and I doubt If"-the' Argus4 yed some time,bet ,'el Olasgow. ,r."-

came lrf,.nd told .)(.tth 'tblt 'bllelectrical ln", :

: : aeltitndtioskp'togalet; their!) uneasiness .- and green '*ea lettuce acid other quaint their.'. alth in the-pfeee';. It war one of and there on..frocks, and millinery "tnuncnt, wblchrtttached .*lt5e! ; receivtngen4'of'tb."wite +

;taken one''ot' my; ponies, which' was ,.worked tbp ,bjonclt taps Pto.tJ'" >rje to ( o>f'1lgie and'seagre.seL! Njrh/, the\ gutna; that brought victory at Santiago somewhere" tiey..may, be, bat ,sorely ,delfrers'hese. '
I picketed ina',;.thlloBBeside: tbe rdltll, o'! th,sunkenponds'! sot woTmndtbd 'dogwinVle;( too?and hi1'.cousInT the nad it was not to be spoken of save "many-where,!TM, used the newly;: sagesj J G I ltte* "by. tlie'Rh.athdonels; **' .
old I'anr..abo' klataatknsinpip: pertwInttlS.'oreTery of ktracklBg lu'revel-eat. tones. Tile -natural effect coined .. Mystem'at"a'rate"of"tvaYd"gt: : : !'luw;
;' phrase.Successful
i- '. I t.. t. ",. f2:0: ..Martln..J* lotjred .419seyrkps tJlieltveggwrortla: ,'bell"ott'1beD1I'ttn7eacb' of'tin everaj: !accidents I* to/weaken/ 1 word.per' minute' ; typewritten'In oi. -

+ "liar adttflfl ';,hnF"foiKie Y'tli onf of'sight'to channelVery{ one Ty'inaellcatfr!: ,stem."'ta1Wn1 the faith ot the men In their' guns,, / experiments haveheeb: nary fashion on folio .b. n'rrlmeDt < '
store when this.Is'not Justified., It Is a fact made for obtaining alcohol and 'IU are said r
saddled hi ana went after soon he heard the ponies slipping,down It to' appear like some, curious sea : to.h' btn

lJlr., Kok/... .About* pony two, mth:*.' from, tile. a steep. bank intoibepo&d;,and peer. Cower: ti' ., that'eyery ,gun. in the i; service,\of.;;,.the from Dine and:birch pawdaC ...ry: '.f .. '. 'success., .." Tlt Blts.. ?. ._ ':

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it l{,;v-11Ms aU ibeS.ttiyRHt ,VaUdy baiette: NOTICE. LAND . >. i; :: "='y 1'': K1OLAc.t.Uae4' ;

'. lands be'Bold at public auction on OWNER -- DKSCHIPTION. i ra
'. . 1.LEPNONK NO. 11 j. NOTICE 1*hereby riven that the ',4eaoribed will CUT In the j"-i : B I : :
th6Uvdynf July. AD I3: ;'FU front of the Court Hoime door at Klailrainua: ; ..
\', '' 1' KTKBY raiDYOffl Count of Oaoeola and Cute of Florid rw> much thereof will be neovaiary to pay tbeanOU. tduefor . 1 CO! "'! ,, MI..... WaterNatjirVa
advertlalug.OWNER .
tocetb r with alien coat of nal I. and -
the same : Row.d7
In ,Valley O *ette lnlldinir, law herein"t opposite Wm Molr . .. .. . . .be sucorlot* N 47 deg., W71ftN43deg : Natural :

Ia.Ixxa&08CJUUCOtlNrY.: ILL.r" 1 ; ; i' la ..lf7iI847degE71tt849degE76ft ( ""68BAultman .T. .. AJil A botubn( ..tlon crystals con."

a . a2ft.wfromNeorIoLlIr9n848dog . ,. ,,. medicinal properties
tog ". balnlnir' the
r" J..-EL POUND, J W S.\ ft oJ 47 den K 144 ft N 48. ?
W:i B.' Bst ls, ji.j 'C '. .: dog K *A f t N 47 dog W148 It block 1 9 */ of.the waters of
.J. .''It fj' -SEW ". loO block 24) ..' .... . .. ." -. ,. i T ""spring's.' Cures Constipation
.. : A' Addltlou. , .
Bowell's ?
Stomach r
.$.. POUND' Editor. .. : ., Indigestion,
.- ._ Lnoler.i nWof .ne4.' ...,.. ....jfi-....'.. . 9w TarSle ...Ocler. 1 Jl'l MaltleCaruthen.. . ..:;:. .. Joiftl.lotU)! . .'. : /... 0 *1"MalthewK !J JUukuown. Liver. d 131addertroubles,

.r.,..i...eeoontl-olaas...reeI.. the snail Pnatofflce matter.In. Klealmmee. Fla.. . ,,... .. *e14ofns4.h) .......... ..'.:.. ..... ..... .*" e lUu 40 4711! I'ukuowu |utl
Jarktonvltltf Key Wart By Tampa Co.,,.&. ,.,...,..... .... ... .:.. .... ........ *"'" aL 81)4 Kulpe.all excePt'lot. 1and2blo.k. .' 189Wm '"Tike KaioU Six Days sad
nbeerlbeewilt, p1...* notlf T the"office\ It Unknown, ,, ,., ..i... .aMy. *. .:. ............ ...V:........ ....... 211 si* 34e '1 0mi C : KariioKt- b"I.II cor' Mark run W ftZU ft X awr 411
'tka' tell to ret UM paper reKuiam Cnknown ,..., , .. Lot 7 .... .. .. ..........:.... 11Ale MaJMU IIH ft K b2I4t41.11>l It block T. .. .. fPukuown. 1" Est Asylhlni You WS t."
i All oommuuteauons.XCwtfrom ournuthnr J f Willis. ee4! ....... .. ... ... ...... ... 4. II'l. .40 .. .-. E\4I..14ultfIk T.- ;
mut :>. slirned. bas thewrlbr. se4of. 'b .. .. .: .. ... .-.;..;-.-:.. t.n.. 11I18 4" Patrick's Addition.Johunon and Yrevett'i Sub DIV of Lot 1 i.and 4 I.ook 1. -..--" -
IoorreapoDdODIa' Unknown v 11\1\
1 Unkeow { w'4?of nwp...r.. ......... .. .....-. -.. 26 K7I' IIIIe 110 1 MAE NCBr au'.T.-..,. lotlfl.:. ... . -. ... ..i ," l MI dissolved in
Rejected muter will. not be returned wnlesi Saa1 :: ;:: :::::: seofut4'yteee9acre! : &e..... ..*: 1 1 ;7 UUryau.) .... . 'oLltIIQr..o..I'lIIq( l r.: -- '.; A teaspoonful a '
'called soil. I.nedd-r-.crr. lu ow .oor.):. .... 1} .11I11 Ate Ml 5 .. 1'Htrluk's Addition f" > glass of water makes'' al delight-
for. .
y. . ... ... . .... . . ... .. .111 *- Ave 40. 1-41 .,.. 1.S2KDHraii
The editor 4*. not re.poo.'lble tor oplalogefraed xd IWArnnld. .... .. . .. nwtiot.xty ." MlMl 40 I 4M CA rnmon.. lot 9.binck/ .,. f. J *,111 Inexpensive: asperient,
.. .* e>( .: . . .. ... .... . IIJe foal. nndtblkll..'.. ._
br eorra.pondentt. > "
KFJohos..y. .. na44... .. .'., ,.. .. .. .f.I9n 8-'Ie 40 1 in ... A i 1\12
AdvertWugrate.mayb.hadoUappiosttOD' J W Arnold.' .. ....L. )!.of ) : .Ot..r. \' MnXValdron_,..... lotablonkH.
_,_[_ .4 f"",M/, _,__.JJ. Bolomou Kaoleraon.. ..-* 1011.\: . ...-t.. ... lA M9411" IllIG 40 111'1 .. I.aud.not Plattwl... -. 1 : .Price SOe sad $I.OO. .. It '.' .
- III Walker..... ..... .n;" of.eI.j.! .... ....... .. ". ;. ,'" m ie.van IIII.J..ji.PI.DI 1-lrliak.,3. : . bel *i7 It N of socorof *w'f tor I,'
i ,SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Investment Co. a.. 70'.:.. ..', . ., ,%.,. .. 110 &a HO 127 .,-.4-nwM., , .runN1113'"W2l1H'1(11i \ For sale atall-druflr .slores or
5'' Ooeeo'< .... ... :. .. .. ..,.....1.00. L'ukuowut.,, ..h.,<\ .uudly !t4 "' net of nw4 I le.. land.' 1IW.J ft K;; SWH.I! ft ..... ..' 111 2S. We' )<* 3U.* :Mliilnown. 'paldronreceipt "
month. . ...... . .... .//10 aIdto11111lIg4A Pears! .r.t 118 'II... 1Ift8'"I 11Q ... nw' 'of .\ .r.. . 1(1 :2/;.. iWlli10 sent by'mallfpostaife. '
Ou.6opyalx month... ... . "r". .."..- .!:6, "' ofne ..... ..... n... . .. 'V..a 18 .. wti' Ins HO 11,11\\ . bogl25ft.1VofOecorofwu Oll.wll' of prl net
.. One three t Mr '"( .
T '
;,f ,, oopjr 1.4 )
f .. 40
t'nkuowii.A. ., ue of.u4.. .4.r,* .. . ... ..,....,... *% 8'21 run.W 7$5 rh (H Ik 21 Ch au . ... ... 16'27i ,1f2e 40. 111 . 2.(. Jo 8- 4 fi 2 .
Unknown.... .. owpi of ew4 V.--T"--- ., ij t 1II k)_ft 88l ltKWWft 1J $44 ft. II KALOLA COMPANY.Ssvaaash. .

Friday,'.June 20, :1003.. Florida provemeotCo..t Land and In-, iwl.,- !- Cot-river, . . ... . .. .... ....,.,,.. serfiif X2s B-20 :MMl f till .I E. O. ., ,llOflAK, '" -- Cs. .

4 Uuknown. . ..... .w ,../ . ;...::4.M-: ...:'...-- Hie.' 2 Oupool
Unknown. ..,, i...r.l, nwli.... ......... ..',., : .... . .. 29tie. Ble.. ,. 100 11dvQkoo..a. N : Tax Collectorof. ;
y' WAIiE: CLAIM. .,., . .. run S U7!) ft, E GOO ft 1
THE flvt si'atKie __ -: .
A'Y79f&W1Y10 S 16.. 1111 .
...01. ..... . . .., ._.. Ira -
"' At the time the Walles .Claim was Unknown.. . .. . ... .. .e'lof nw4..4.' '. . .... .. ...'..... 4- /.'.. 411JO I 14 ,
Unknown.. ..,. .. ...., ww of noi* of awj<) :.. ... ... .:. 4 itts 110') : : .1 Ml(, ,.1., . '. .. : .; '. ..
consideration In theSenate tide 21\* "
under ; Unll..o..II..L.; .>4or Mj-iof en'4 .
9 .... . .... brq ow rvrclotl,89.48ohE8.Ifah' .i
the dally press.dispatches' seemed to UDkuo..o. IlY4WL11ch...:... ....... .;:. :.,. 11 ;>* 1KIe"" 8 ..".. '

't report but one-aide *>f it, and ..."a re- PM'Story.t'. ; . .. .. beg !!* /ISOch 8 ..f nwonr lot :2. E 1O. OS . .
lake then .
eh margin
chttU.AO to "
suit the ""press .of the Slate >:'almos tuo."Jlmoul1.favored .weHlrrly on lake margin 11) W cb : '' ' -':.. : ; '
.I1' V* Doe U' n os "' .
tbenN3/AOch.r. '
the majority i report WRB- .. .. ... .. .. .. ,. .w!4oow4.-! ..... . .. .?... 19 *>aaninlna ..aoo., to .2 la ( '. '.!.'> .' "')1(1(,.:.: >!'7"n'' : . of)
Senate Judiciary Committee. F F. .worth Ext . { .q"., 10' De oor' of u5i '- ;,t II': '" .ii'\Titfti: ? 'i ;*Ki .1 JiW'I, "'',,ltI'I.. .
the rn '
of ? : .,...,.. ... 21 2i tI soo ., .., 2 ; ;' lIa ;['T' 'R. 'Ii, .,
,, .
t .' \\i.\ bekneeoroiud; eeIj3 -tl 'tX' \ : f -;" .
Joanna HarroUron. .. < noV of :, ' .. r.
'' \ 't' \
N2wy4E2104t.. . 30e I. 1 10 : ; \ r
-- a2faft,-"W-23lf3! : sa: as '*
i, A careful, study of the minority report K O.8eavh..r. beg :210 ydn N of .e oor of nt944! f ne'f!' . .'..s ,'",, \ ,.' \ :' ?.; 'V".l'X'fif1: : ,:,( .

of that ,committee'. reveals very 701.1 run \VI04:;; 100 yell T"N. VMOydii 8 to bi'itOnknowa. K..UU.. .rda-. . .It".. Itl 2.1s 1IOu.' /I 2/111I . .

,: ..strong argument in favor of the payment .. /.. .. .... .. begSlO "' of ue our of aC!,. of UO' _!
.' WOO 'da, 8 yd*. K So yda a # ,
)' of $20,000 and "DO more. It li. 70 nm . .),' .70.:)t.-.r ... .. ... 3225a: a' ill.:, 1. V

;'->' claimed with coD dence,*b\at no Governor ; E C Bearer .. .. .. . .. beg' Ids."*:K of .w cor of J.I"111.'. !oeeyrunN242yd.Nt0ydeW TO"|3A0d ., + yam Pit' \., .

baa a right to;' r t r- (Inter a 'con. *.. .. .. ..... . . "' .' ..',. .82 2'e: 80e a t 81 : ; '

Mr Walles anybody Unknown ... . . ... . beg 110 ydN of necorof.. nc'.or 'I!' :., -' ""
i" tract to pay ,< or ---- ' -'$ s 70 ,!? w ,jjt a 40 '. ,
1 else for services,, such as he claims to "'. r yd* :H7O ld* N HOydH . !. .. . .-. . XI 21. 11I10 III'I \III> .:
4 rnknown. ._ . .. . ... nwi-iof te>i.lldwUo.WU| } of.o)4.) 1. :211x 91410 00 :.11M -.-- 'J't": .
have "performed.'..nd to fix compensation .Unknown ... .. .. .. .... .w' of ite4! . . . . .. 4 117. 11I10' 40' 1 14'm ', : ;,;
.l, Al- MaoD.. . .. no.l",.. and 0"'''' otNef!..,. . ........ ". .. 17 '7. 11I18 2111 S V2 > ..... .. : -
therefor, unless' tbe Legislature Unknown .y0uknowd. .< :. .'' of n'fof.u'+:. . .... .. ... . . III 27.. 410 40 ,892/ .c-- :
confer that author .. . ..... .. . .'{ 1f.ol fortaxe1413401. III :n. '410 461$92 I !1h.II..o..n -'-- t.
,,4,4 specifically { .. .. ... . . e'fof' ofolp. fraa'1...._ . ., . . 7'.. . IIIIn.: itllo 111I 1ItlJokn..a. ., . ' ..
ity. It: is' 'with equal confidence. ........ . .... 411.0' s&', fr..1 fortexoa IIIUl . 83 ;: 270'toe'/ 11't. uJor m .
of o"'A of .w.,. :-.' ... . .. I., 2..e 1t1Io 211. Ml
,f nled that....the Legislature gave any Mra 1ie.I./i./ eeler .iS i'j\ ; of nwtj of o',4. ... . .. .. ..: 10 20".. 2110 20 1:1.1: ,. -

such any tLm&. : :The Leg. Andrew Mt.OCord.l . .. 7Urh Hot iiwcorol i.wi of tiw'1nin& s' ..
IIU cbK; 14) ch N 2ch WlOeh. ,
slature spoke only twice on this subJect . .. . ... : .f ... .. .. 11n KtKM :1SS1O: 11ftA .
'.' Mtllnr AftUnknown . . . .. .!U'of nwH-of oe'f! . . ., . 14 2U : 1 14 _' rm tr '
} > onoe In 1877 and once in 187ft. In .. .. ... . jiU of .w54 of uw14 of *...1'.. . .. 14 ':lI1o A Ml1IK til r .,,/ .. .
1877 it authorized the Governor "to WJt>varaE.lII ... . . nj'of w M' 01 swkfof 0") . . .... ,1.1iHg Kn ,2'.18 1.\ ... .
U Jamlsoa .. . .. .. 10 cor of n..)i of ..2.34!, ruu W :2W) .
rp( .appoint an agent to adjust and settler yda N 175 yd. K '-"" l 8 17. y'da / ,
(exc< pt ""f lie oar of av'" of netof! j' .'I
..' all claims' between the State and Unt- .j '
.w14 run \\ 140 ydn 8 for. yd* K I4uydN -- .. .
gro'nr.but. of ft.-"v.1i poll loruxeii. .. .. . .. IKn .-.4..2110. \I ::1:11I 1 : -- .
.;: i:, ted States government: \ B 0 "llfI'beed . . 4 of net' . . .. : .. . ......... 23 21'.. 2'18 40 6" 1.5B
+ vf the,waJ with the Seminole Indians In U St".bee Agt. . new of oek (for "'xe.IOO\l.I . . .. ... -2:1: 2. I n8 4" ai '
:, C . . . . lot I' .. . M: 2u 010: 211 2 1 IH
Mailng. '' '"" ' '
Mc the' years: 1850-1857, as well aa other PA Uraiicoll.ITnknown. .. . : ae'u'of aw M'.... .. . . . .. :Mnndlrlded 2'.r lIIU: 40 21" -- ,
claims that'may. exist between the two . . . . .. . >4 lot< ofewV. 6. 21.. :28 411 I.:! .
;'::1 ? Unknown. . . ..... .. undivided/ )If iut intkx oe 'o' >"1t (for
{' governments"' and providingthat of imiiVMr \ .. . . . .. . A 26. 2110 40 I rC;

w5' '.'the expenses-of such agent shall be KR Dran Brown.4 Oo. . nwBIIUII riaof of wU IIW"I; aud o)4) of ....)( of .el4. '. 17 ;21u:r.x 2\10::1'18 I"40". :2 I ::12 I In '

FlohlaFlu.nee Co. noli!;! of iinH;. ...... .. . . .. . . .. IIIII.: :rolo .1" I :tl I .
1'p: Unknown . . . .:.. .. bi! ne cur' lot I. run W I;\>K yd;* 8 *;:
,, ttfiot expenses tho, State, I'vVJii! yd* K: l.vJ,i)'d. N ( ... .2., :104 218. 'I 1 82 I 1'
!} *. ....' tr.'lda. .. . .. ::1110 Hot 21" I'
; '" Unknown . . . . . ne!< of nwM and "' of .31b.
,, and. shall not exceed the sum of 8800. Ii O Hobb.. ... .. .. nwU' of nH) . . . . .. .. . .. . . I le 218 4". .2 INriche.
Cle..rlY. 'Legislature regarded Bronnon... . : uejVof wli .. . . ... . ... .. .. . 1r./ 200: 40 { 8(8Mre ,
V:, 1I1'I'\IIe'. . . OO4o'"e4! . . . . . . 'Z1n.. 204 10 1 U I
'JY I' this work simply as a matter of bookkeeping . Unknown . . .. . ...., tI' ofnel W! .. . .. . .. .. :7 21'.. Lye 20 MI.',
. . . . ''i 'of aw'1 :.', \1'11\! A 4:
Fnknown.Unknown.. of ney ofuwt
.;:. -and adjustment of, accounts,.. . .. . . einf.w(: t4tAw)4ofiet4.! ... .. ... II 2-\0 :Ise .1\ 881: The Style of & Dorothy Dodd. J
f K When the Legislature: ,of ''187fr con. UK Graham.. . . ... lIe.-or."lj..I .. . . 8:1.* 240 4U ...;f IN'quku9wa. '
.,. ...... ... -.. iof 7.o'ne! j< aiij a a'lrlp iio\ y da- I _
',rend the work had not been done so wide off W alda of >..U ofniH of ..
.. II 25. 211: 24.. I 4\\' '
"" i
fr that another law (chapter 4113)) was lmueet4uid i Co. nof'ne\<'.'.:..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' ".'.'. '41JKMom'lty -'. "". .! 1..2.. o<0 l01I J 1'4 IJSrEXPE2'fSI"V'EL :
: t
'enacted which ,provided' ampngsl :. Mil." of n"H and neK of .ej<. . I I 2: .... :2m .0 2 M : .
i" J M and J tuny. *U of'nwU ohCU.. . .... . . .I/t:.. :290 m .1<\1'' ,
"' otherthings that, ; Unknown.... ? .. . wt, ofowU .. .. 10 2s: > 2HII Hli 1"1'' \1111
A L Chandler . . .e W of a.)Jof ueU.+ 12: 2M :!he' 10 21: $ .
bereb.J'a thono
..e, ,., /'The" Governor. Is I K. MOMle,. btg ... nor of K,4: o? nwt4 run N 1\1,11 j. woman whose capacity for style ex
Iced and empowered to appoint a Qom- 10 cli a M ch W 10 "". 12 :2.285 12 L 10Unkuown. The l
: .. eJKexceiit uwj4 of n")( awi od DJrtlt. her cupn'clty' in dollars will
,'\ mlssloner with power to proceed toWashlugton'and )4 . ,. : ... .. id 2''.. 2ie 620 I)7nt, coeds find
Unknown ., . .. .ll texeept nw'xi, of iwji and n)4j) of of
that the shoe
> adjust the claims of .wf4iexofll811... .... . .. .... .... HI tut 245 620 1/701 -' -style a Dorothy-Dodcl" ].

'tbe'State of Florida against the .Unl Unknown.,..,,. .?, .. all vsoept of nw luuo.) tofawUtaz ...wU.and.. .oU. p..( Id X12.: 2se gel 9 70 gives her foot all the distinction of a custom

:;ted'. States," and'provl tll\it,' .further Unknown-:<,.,,. wUofrH, ... 'rl.f": 292 190 8221 measured
4 1 'the gum pf thousand .dol Unknown... .... N.({ ..fe"for..e.ofl\IIII'\ ). -JO.: "':V" dw l.II 822 [
thatf two J L Otentroet..:. lOaorealoanq Inveoorof nwUof i"J< :24 Le 241. ; 10 71 shoe. The
: n lard?'br's6 mil t thBreof, .... may be Unknown, .......,..., all teL of*eW! .Nof l K K.....,.. ,.... ....81I.'ie'"h 2410 20 . $0 style 'f.i
all 8 of K Bin lot 8 except I.ud.r.. ..'
UDkoo..D.1. ; Dodd
,jss; sis.ary, .from, any: < moneys In the '; I" .. . ',' owned hr or deeded to Ormaby aud )IV'''' Dorothy;, ,
. ,, .' Clirlnto| her ..ti 86 we aie 4'4'", 7 27l lira becomer
t jaiatsil. J_ oereby appropriate to pay ; "\' ', ,' ,;t*, II..corrunWI.McbIl07I1ehBl.M fIm';. verbial. It is a
I'.1: : ? ; <-h N 6.78 ch aud except bug l .8III'h.
and the' INCIDENTAL then N cuterty to U-gln. .. ...... . 1 2'Ie 2SO . 84 2 III shoe that the. natural
to Washington, Unknown. .: . .. *eU! of n'wU except" JII6)da wide off W preserves outlines:1
of said Hide, aloe except beg ae nor of .
EXPENSES Commt.sloni"
I; e\4 of nwW run A 70 yd W IO6 yd j>f the foot, yet actually makes it look a e
"Tae ""Commlokop" mentioned was aGoflamlssloa 8 70 yd K1US: yd. . . .. 1 2A 2IIe 11II 37"
A K MofneX! .. . . . . . .. .. 3:11: :241 1$0 1M full size smaller.
of three' persons to be ap Unknown .. ... b..14Qfu..))4.. . .. . . . . .... 14 Am. :2'o 40 .1..1-1
fioloited to examine anal approve or Mr II L BrlRht.Unknown. .. ne)4) of nwM of neM . .. . ... .... 21 :Jlla27a 29e IU \III
. . . fract'l nw'j InOnceolaRoUnknown . . .. .. . 14 b.w40: ---I--i. t
/eject the warrants krtow'n ;as the'Wll- .. . . . frocfl .w Ulo O.aeolaCo. .. . .. ... 11n.* :be 40 114
) .. KL Patrick .. . tteW) of nil"i.. ..... ..... . .. .. . ... .. 1. 21'no 401 No Other Shoe is Desloned Like It. .
t., ,...... warrants. "Theso. Unknown.. . . . ... .wU of nwji. .. .... ... .. .. .... ... 28Unknown :25*.. 27eNI' .1-14 J1-.
:'. 'were in no wl8e'conDect.ed wlth't.he .. .. ..... .. a MI of B..H'. .. .. .. . . .. .=':;. ...J. 2RPHolme \, 2.'Ma r.. .U' 1M 3Vhenlyour, foot is tired dont slipper .
..... ... ., neUofnwU-) : .. ... . .. . ..; . .... ... 81 *. -no 40 114 Z r put on a ; put on a
1 Commissioner to be .appointed to proceed Joseph Burtscher .. nwU 01 *wU. .. . . . ... .. .. .. .. ... 82 27. 40 114 DOROTHY DODD." It hugs the foot around the
k3} the Unknown ... .. . HWJ! ofUVi'j 4. . .. . ... .... .>'.. .. HS 22&. ria 411 11-1 '
Washington to adjust Unknown. . .. . . *e0 liofaeU. ,. .. ... ...... .cry;;:. .11 .. 114 and rests every'other part of it. It saves In'I"'I"'I"step )
. . ...... .. .. ... .. ... .
:, 3 .'.claims" .i the State against United Unknown ,aeuof wU CAMPBELICITYUokDOwn : ;;:; 8A 254 -Ve "-..40----. 114 per cent foot fatigue. They cost $3.0O.

,8tatO>.. Yet the "incidentsleapenses" .. .... . .. bf ZXch W of ne cor o. 0"'' O. neW -- ;

:''. .....,..of the Commission 'and the entire'ex"I run lit W of l.lOoli way 1.21cb 88 67 N thyn easterly run oil N KK 6 .Dan-n )'

;- .' 11.*, (or cost to.t.he.State) of the deg and'} mln W to beg.. .......... 1 211. 2IIe )i 188Ubinown. .w C. W. the Shoe ma'n hMHlevxecJ .
. . . . ... beg loch )Xolow cot o. nwWof ttttU! ; j
,7 'Coaunlsslooer must not exceed $2,000. run 8 A.7 ch N eaatvrly on K H Kl '\:
I ylegislative action( "would 'seem of way to a point i dun: 8 of a point o.M cb K I
,: :
of.a ooro'Uor..eU oor then N REMEMBER
'P. .to actually" prohibit the :'making of l bel. .;; .... .... ..... I 2T* 211e' 2'I' JOO20J we are giving away a 75 Dollar Buggy abso-
M B Morgau'a. Sub lily of. of ne)4) 1 241 :lIitI
nwM -
)1' snob! contract as 'would give anyifagent roaephlne Pierce . .-. lot B block 18MB Morgan' addition lutelyfree. Tickets with each 50 'cent Cash Purchase.

ANY ootttfngent fee much less ,' Campbell C'llr I . ... .... .. ..... A 281-' 2IIe .
; / Unknown .... ... .. .. .1:u block ISM B Morgan addition to-- rt ;

............ .... .. ..
any fee that "would amount to '7,7.000, Campbell <:ity : 1 2f\e.lIitI: 110 '
n ; Raulenon I Et,. .. .. Block M. B Morgan's addition to ;, '
t 01'.t1 ,OOO., as proposed by some of CampbellClty . . . 1 2IIa 2IIe '" 142 .d
the Senate Committee. Unknown .. .......... .. lot A and lot U block U i1i'ii.ii r
member o'
,'the gan's.,addition to Campbell City, .. 1 Ms: 2SeRle 119
Besides,having no valid contract. NAKCO088KK!: ' .-'---' ..
,, .. . .. . ._ . -- wl47nknowaa CALL ON t
Unknown.. . \lot 'f. ? .----vrr. ..... II* 25* 10- .
:i:for reasons above stated, Mr.,..Walles ::-.... .. .7. 'nwUlotU ..... ..... . . .. . . . .. III 2.r* xie 234 M '1
-, J IK 101'8'.1.. .... . lot )i4... .. ...... . ... . ., . .. ... .. .. 1 tl UrnL'nkuown. 8ie8le 1,101 1 _
of the'r'i.l:; e Trustees' . ........ ... lot 4O .... .. .... .. .. .. ... . . ,. 17 :u.. Ii 4HMl .FOR
/.Internal'Improvement Fund to per' Unknown . ... .. .. .rac'. 10& . ..... .. .. . ... .. .. IH'I'm me8le A
( .l. ., ... .. .. >Klol20 In .... .. . . . . . . . . .. 1DA2025 161M s yr +. Swim OertalDl1'6l'functori service before tltReld:: ::....'. .. . . D71I lot 8.. .. .. ... .. ... . . . .. . ... ... 11I1 *'M ale 6 aa LOT Nfir -.l
of the Interior Unknown ,,. .. . . .. lot .4. . .. ..... .... . .. ... . .. ... .. .. IW V* 81. K till 11
J.- .the Department at Unknown .... .. . . .. )41otg3) .... . ., ., .. . . 11I1 IBe ale 77 --A-- (
Washington for ''which be was paid nowa... . . ... lot* 9$, 89, 90 and 81 .. ......, ;:;: : ; K He 8leale '1 68 1 Dry6oods.
Unknown .....;. lot as..... ..... .... ...... ...... . .. 20 V* -1 671
'and bas sateallyreceived Unknown ,.. ,. .. ... lOtex..r............ .... ... .. .. ... >>II..ail 81* I I" '
.' Unknown- .. . .. . .. J0413. block D.. .. .. . .... . M > T
: ,.243,181.04. ACRES or LANJ, JU1NNYKltDE.: I z c.

> Albert Crawford. ... Iot4block g .. .... .... .. .. . 86 ;
,Tp.eU.yllberal: pay for JI ight; years Ell F All 0' ..... ..... lot 1 block IY .,.,,. ....,,.,.. ,, t..; ,,. ab' .
.... lot l block SB. .... ... .. . .. ...... eiee '
', f 'partial employment. At a value of tl Uokuownr..I... ... block &/., .. ... .,,.. ..,.+.,.. ... .. .7.>1Jt lt'Ji3r 9r lr9r JaJia 9a3r /. w
,p' per'acre. i this' would'' equal a30,397.88 .KF 8t ck.... .. .. . .. 1101. 00.0.; .. ... .. till ..
KF8t .k .. ., . lot t ((for Tax 1UOJ) block''.;.'.;... ....;... -.-.- 'r M '
9r year. period of;. UK: Fetalck ..-. . .-. lot 8 .. ... .... .... .'. ..., ... AHen '" .\
_&gi&or ten-years he wag 'supposed to rorlffln Smith .. ..-. lot Ilibock..111... .... . ., . ., ....,...... \ 0
runffln Smlttt. . .. .. .. ........ ..... 11II'. ,
.55"representing the, "Indian War ..''PB e I1. ..,. . .A.. .., fJ4loLlbIOOklU. ... . .... ...,..2:.. eel
.CUklm" of the state for'', which he Unknown .. ..... .... lot block 101.. ... .,.".......... 11II E Formula '
'claims 183,373.79, be was at the same Florida Agricultural Co.'. Sub. PI lT., of ffl 25* lie I, I tells the story : .

states of R ft it'.ppl I...... ..... lots .. . >,. ... ... .. .,..... ....... ... ,. Iell ..
y tins representing the Mary' Fit_ Topple. .:..,. .. lot, ah. ..... ... ... .... . ... ... ... 111I '
and. Delaware at Washington. 1 CITY '
land ' ttftitfj. .
V; ,In his testimony before the Senate E',D BeeP. .M,. ... ... lot4block 10 RoN a4diLloD........ .. e 3 .Grove's Chronic Chill Cu.r.e'No
K H r Drought's AddlUoa'
owmiwee Walles said his work
.JMr '
; 1110 Be14..r.: .. Act: I block O. a.t '
was simply before the "Department;" L pVc7r n8ubblv'of lot'7/ 'ri'iCo's Add if me6tne .

to have tbe account 4'stated," "Ddtlba.t VHMeCr' dl.,..v.V -.;-.. los land *.. ... .. .. ... ..'..... .. 1 75Us it nt-t : T s thin tylritn-nrt HipH.n/ fl jtlrifrrt Irhtir tsttt. mails 01' ,
J Currl..,.. 101.. .Y. : Fluid Extract PERUVIAN:
when the account was "stated" BARK
'Robert BaM dditionXiihoainakeV'Veub'piV of block DL aDd IL Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK'Fluid' _
his work ,was complete. So that. itjsjoms I lark William. .,....," 1o&1I.j.: 88 Extract BLACK ROOT' I
to u. the act of the ghl..tureauthorialDR' ,I l Bobert Baa AddlLlODo'r". Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH. BARK
of,(25,000 ,. .1.1aRT'rbbOlDpena...4........: block! ,175 Fluid Extract DOC WOOD'' :
the payment ; ........ >&.1 and :8uti'DIv Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA I
2 exceedingly liberal.. Until we bad of block HL. .. : .. >...*i.. .'t 148
fully,hveMtgstedthis matter, havingtyyofMng' 8. R. Thompaon...,,....,. lot 8 Bho.maker1* B'ib'' Div ..o< biuok'' . .' It Cures the Chills that' other'. Chill :Tonics' Don't Core. rr1h
but. one side before'us, we .iTbiochAib'iockH.; :.:, "' ' :. ' I. IOS ',
: .
Mrs P Fartuwocth.; : .:;;:.;.:..;: . -1. IH
were rather inclined to favor the pay- 'Ala I Baaa -,,"... ,, ,'-k-; '. 1"" .. ; " 1 Best General Tonic No Cure No Pay :
( SOc
l )4
: pass o.nOOO/u.reoommended :by InKS Fniun..*.. Iota/ebnd11eot'it,:,..r.,.,,,.:.:,: ... .. ,. 61' PrIce;
"' (H lrl,.,. ..:; ,all blank .........,...."' , ''J" '711I
the majority report. "lloeOr***..'....t.,,, ." I block I. ..." : ; '1 M
Now: we say. frankly! tbs amount F-B Wheelar.-. ;,. I (i wa6ti iil .ia ... ...:......::: ......... .1?.:i..k I 80
A offererXi t8l1i,000't. ample oar liberal, U Dao..a ,.-."..*'.. 9sed. block D.. ..;'. .... ..,... ." ; J'-. 8 M To' Cure' COld :
but modestly, .KI11er..,.. ...#.,.,'.1 b. .wraaICrI"Xtoft. n ft ; ...\.., a in'. One Dad b
and wouW ; .
W .. .. .\
4M> >( * '4VV; '. ::: ,- f' IDA
. adv" ...,, reconsider hi. ,U B raee".. ...'.., all bl'ooek. and all block 8......f....| ; a"\ 1tI I ,
}f'4, ty rfusiof': the .amount saduuyspt block ,Bear's...,Addition,.. .' '. -"Ih'\ ::; L. 'r Ta .A ,
the a8,000, as sbow- iRTbowp.oa.r.p' )ot 4 Booth B Florida ,,- ..,..-.: '. _; # : 1'.. :'os every
B B '
Company Burrer : ; -
": ; great klaaoess consideration and W B'Hobbard.....;.. '.w lot blush J...........*.*..?...... ,. s.w..IOW ... .a.c :rws 1Ipatare .vc bea.5C..
...*lt I KM* bloek .'. ... .. inn ;
litr on. tbe part of the fork.a .. ., rNkul..y. 18..e..y.r1r} } .. wir
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Klsslflimee Valley' Gazette Wad ..'the tuner; Orlando:, '' /'Mri..1eaiph: E1H,, of Camilla'Ga.t 'N1M'KNN1rvN11'N'N'N'

and Is visiting the family of her sonT.W, '
-- -- Mr. Mrs. W3. Waring' moved j i ii
TBLHPHONaNO.111 Into their new home yesterday., Ellis of this place. Business locals I
' I: Meeers.L.: '' HUl'beT'and H. 1
: P. ', N..
The Fourth of Jul1b Wai 1,
I" B .ItfJED.tVEIiy> + il'II1DAY' holiday the State Bank will; closedfXrcadis Brattdtt Jeft' yesterday, for .Webster, i 1'tNAtrN1 a ,",!

BT ,.Bumter couuiy, to bring back bunch ,.,..' '- : .
- -
POUND A H'ARRt.. is. maldngv great p"par. of sheep-which) they recentl:!' bought. I'' '
tions'celebrate the 4th in a manner Price Fruit Jars at Wa"' n..
befitting the occasion: Sam GrUHn spent a 'day* or two 'latown
CHURCH DIRECTORY.WcrnoDin '; this week. Since ns has been Standard Pattern at KaU's.
Clltlao-;:=rnaciilolr' Mrs. J..W. Seymour and Mrs. Wm,, staying at Waco he is beginning to : ,,,!,,
bath, 11 a.m. and 7 o, lock. Pntftt".acb mmttlng fl b- Fracure visited' Cept. and Mrs. C;.)I. think that"thr" only section of the Water Coolers at. Watsons.. ..1 7"t 't
Fracure at Narcoossee this week. 1 state. We are going out.. there some ::2JiIifi.. . '

.: ". ., We understand Capt. B. V. Hall 1.1 of these'days and see what babes that Mosquito nets at Watsons.-
Bimrr CSTOHOM-O. J. Trier.. Putor.- nice residence ;causes such\ thoughts to find a lodgment
preparing a
; on For real bargains to StanfoM's.Tao .
Preaching every 8und.fll.. m, and T p. m. hs} South Klssimmee this sum in his think tank go ,0,1:
Youu> People's n. m. Snnday
School .4B a. m.- Prayer meeting every Thanday7p4m -. men.Mlee, > I Editor Valley Qarette:-lam pleasedto ,Cream freeters., at WaUom.. +
Vlillore always weioome.ST. Flora Farnsworth left on inform you, and, through you, all r r ,
., orgy.,JoHK'a Kantor.Ley. EneoorAL eerrloe CHomcn every.-Arohrtencon 8nn.' Wednesday for Athens, Ga., ,where my friends who read the Klssimmee :ayd..4-'Sheeting,,fhStanford's.Fine : WHY FAMOUS?,
mornlns at 11. Sunday Hohool SSO p, ra. Pull she will attend a summer school for Valley Gazette that I am comforts blysituated Uqe box just .received at ..,. .
e.enln.ervloeby. the Rector third and fourth teachers. ,. with regular employment in paper. .. . they ', J
Sundays of each month. iPKBffBYTKiiiAit the ministry and increasingpractice. Dane's.Jelly. have stood every :test Jfor durability,' style
.. every flrtt : ::i'n.l.'' CHoaoit.Dlvtne and third I Sunday wonhlp In :each Miss New Ceclle York about Moseley the middle" of to flO'to .. But I am sorrj to say'that / glasses and, fruit. Jar. -..t1bompson" and comfort of service. have'.subjected Uientq" andhave f
mouth. I at 11 m. a., KveoIn nextmonth my wife's health. has improved bu. .. = '' :'
r ..,..Ioe at 7:00 p. m. Sunday- School at to 'YI.I 'ber friend Miss Kva little. D... M. BREAKER. T.: met-everyrequirement: ; ljr>$ffofto,, the entireJsatlsfaction( of
I:4h a. m. C. B. .ervne al ,pasp. m. PrayermnetingThur.d.y.rulnf Mlllee.f very '
the hundreds .them.1'
tt 7:00: p. m.' KTerybody We scrub broom few days Stanford has Just. whaVyou want in and thousands of women who daily wear

..,noe..le moBtoordtallyfnvlted-; ft Q. RAJLIY to attend Paetor.hme' from. W St.M.,Hutson came'. down"last week' ago made saw from a pine straw,a.which was Odor<<\'..._ They are thetefor famous for the three'' qualities that' ,,,nust"ti: : : '

ALI X ,lUtiDsoN. 8dpi..of ....., son and children-Augustine; ,who to ,'Join have Mrs.'teen Hut here rial seemingly..usuallypub as;durable In such as other articles mater' It Box paper* from 64 to Coo per. box at combined In a_shoe to entitle It to any consideration. at; all.Ma' ;;;jJ
... Dana'a. J ' -""-" -
for several _ "
week ,
T brands
,was manufactured 'by County Treasurer -, ny W, loot welU.many'have
% Official Weather Report. Rev. J. E. Powe.l, Missionary of Gilbert, who spends his spare Battle,, Axe Shoes a Specialty at : 'one of more of'' these points -of '
A,"I&A.. Tmn'ATomKittriwe the.Weklva; Baptist Association and moments in' making such articles of Uulce. & Uraiton's.. " 1 '
t' -THUUDA.T E"."1".. June 2/1. 1908. whose headquarters at present are at his .home. This excellence well developed and are ra-> ..
Whittier broom, mare him' In Watson Is giving away a "G.()()
spent a day or two-in town as an expert ;
good shoe but havetha-
...E., IIID. RaiD"tall.Frld..i' this week. '. that line of business. top buggy. Sea .him about It.AJV .' ,. ally : none'' '. J
1 .. .. .... ,three developed to that. 'degree that, ] :!":
-- - :'t4 ? ,
Miss Bertie rJohnsou; left a We are requested by Mayor.Ader- >-to-date line .of.,Glen's ;Straw IJ,
.......... 90 fI8 I ago for a trip to Tennessee: While bold to say that after this date he will Hats. at Stanford's:*. puts them in the same class as.vtha!;
.. ...... III CIII ...0 11Sunday. ... ,_, :
?. gone she will take 10.1 enforce ordinances of the city in I "
.........., fill 011 .,11\I a special course \ QueedQuallty., They are uhapproach.'s.
Another' :
I one of the schools reference to. Sunday' selling and to lot of "Dorothy Dpdd"shoes
11 Monday ...,.... MIl 7eTaexday. .... summer for. teachers
......;...p.. 110 7'J :... in that State. call .attention ta Section 03 J of Ordl lueireceivett at Dan '.. ,ed, and.'so. ,far unapproachable, ,by
W..I....". ....... 811 'r.I '
nance ,7, which carries a penalty not
"bunoda..1IIt 7(1( ..:. Mr; and. Mrs.'-H. M. Pfann'and Miss higher than $50' for its violation. ,of Stanford is sole agent for Douglass competitors. Of course, we keep; a.: | '
Marietta will leave tonight for New this In dealers Shoes. abKlssimmee " '. full of all. 'Stvles )land.-., "
I. A. 8UII'ElOIf. P. ... York: to spend the summer., Mrs. B. lawi general refers to .. supply Ton : '

F. Hall; Jr.w/wlU, occupy .their housewhile are allowed 1 kinds to ,keep except druggists for the who See and price }hole Summer >Suits' Their fame, was. not made'by, not doesit

Our rates for tn.ertlon: of advertisements 'I "they are away. po d of selling' drugs open and. medicines pur at Oulce & Bratton's.f. apply to one style (It. 'one price of.. | .

, among the ,reading matter on Everybody is-Invited to'tarn'out and opl,.., "Dorothy Dodd" shoes, have. the them; The, "Queen Quality'1>ads' a
this page is ten cents. per line each' -insertloo. '- witness thr JK; of installation ceremony Marshal McPbalter has, he says, style' Sold: only by Dann. i! mark on any shoe, is & !guarantee that'l' -

at the O'pera House on Wednesday got: one f>1 the largest and finest fig ; I it is the best, Summer weights: an evening. DI".W. W. DeHart. of Try a pale of Queen uality'Shoe... "
"" -- - Tampa will be master of ceremonies; !trees in the state. It: has a spread Sold on-bStanford.. .10 styles now on ,hand.- 'WeInvite .O )f.
ooo"coooooDLocal" and will also deliver about thirty feet across-and Is literally lady friends to enquire forthem. '
an interesting; loaded with the mostdelicious ., ..... :, ,
lecture the 'Subecrlbe for VThe"::DesIffnerT" '
on Subject Pythlanismf, '
fru1t--whl h--I Ie'estimated in bulk at ---- ..
I I.1.
News.oooooccoci6oooooooc Admission will bo free.- BQcts per.' year, at Kali's.. < '
: not less than ten bushels. He desires t.'Y'
,. --.1.--: Mrs. G. FJ: Mile and others with fruit 1
_. Parker night prowlers
: VirginiaandMaeter.Wadleyleft ; A oeautlful line of plain .and figured (
yesterday to laving/ proclivities whose consciencein lAwn., at Guice fe Bratton's, "
> oooooc the romalndenof the summer-la regard to.the, keeping of the commandments :Q.Stanf6rd 41ic
Georgia* ;South Carolina 'and. Vir is' not as keen as might Subscriptions received for The De- H.
- 'p oii.s 'wants.' ginia. In' the ]last, named State, they be to understand that he sleeps under signer" at BOo! per ytfar. At Kati's. ; .
: your will visit celebrated Lithla that tree, gun, .lahand and a trusty. .
:1'1-1 1 at Chase City, In the hope'' of shaving bull dog near by.. > Stanford has just..celved a', new .i" I'.. ';' the running.( lot of 8pl'lnll'DreIS Goods,,.' Call and :
Mrs. 1'arker'a health Improved there
MARittED.-MJn .Wednesday.,,evening 01. 'tbQW Prices Tn JlsJ: 1mi e '
by. We sincerely; trust that' she will last an e..1'ealdeDce--or.1dr. and Mrs. .'4eethem.. \,.- *' 'J"I OrlQlnatpr' ) ,. \\h ;

...... 'KISSIMMEE, [ -- - .-DRUG---. Co.-; receive the expected ben'eflC T:J; Waters, parents of the bride, "'Pororth1.Dodd" Shoes fully .
I This market 1s being-plentlfuTly l supplied near I-'e>ghorn. in this. county, Mr. guaranteed take no risk. Soldonly . ', *1
Watermelons plentiful with melons of large; size and Uobt. n..Baas and Miss Annie Della l by.. ,Dann. .. .
Excursion to Fort Gardner tomorrow delicious flavor. peaches as nice all Waters took upon the; aelve. the solemn \ ' ,
any onecouI4..wl.h. figs pears, etc. TOWS of the holy estate of 'matrimony Just reeeired new lot of Embroidery "
T n n n n !h
:, I The Idea that south Floi4 I < ....can pro- In thepresence\f a few. of the and Lace. Cube & Bratton. u n :
Our job presses have done lull time duce no' summer fruits has been most. Intimate friends of the contracting handsomest r 1
week. Harwell ,olllclaled i The line of Spring 'and .
, this .thoroughly exploded tiuriug the past parties. Judge "
p 'old summer' time" is ion years--and. the fact that she is In his usual felicitous .t'le. The con.tracting Summer Dress Goods ever offered In : "
"The goad town at Katz's. NOW IS THE TIME
here and no',' excelling some sections further north, ; parties are well and favorably ||
In their production is .being made known to a'Marge circle of acquaintances .
; Prof. DeUoere made a flying trip toJaoksonvlllethojHrst manifest every day.. ,' among whom both are :Stove wood., _ .
I \ .. of the.week. From universally popular, and with 'whomwe ;We will furnish Stove Wood- delivered :!
-- a gentleman who has'recently join in congratulations upon .the I to- any, part of town at tl.OOper S 60'DAY'S)'.
MUs Muhel Parker has been vUUIng been in every portion' the' county, FOR ) }
consummation of their rows.WJiile Strand. MAWARO LUMBER ,
relatives at Orlando the past week. we learn that the prospects for a large ...., (0.;: .

Fred Worth, the rental Tampa caV yield of corn were -never so good ,bo- '' "going over 'a bad piece of PRICES; Witt( ; ,. BH REDUCED, ON': OUR ENTIRE \INBAH :, : '
fore }{ he has never'seen finer
tie man, was here again Saturday. Florida road near Goth. (In Orange county) ,
corn in than that to be ,seen last Tuesday, morning the; engine of '
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Willson, Jr., on some of the farina of this county. the outgoing train of the Midland r .
are prepaJlng for tripto New York The acreage is larger than ever be- was derailed' and turned over bn Its person*. 'indebted ,to 'me,, will please call ;arid pay, ;

next month. fore-two conditions that: are grati- side.." Steam had been shut off for a 0 tbelraecounts.. as: same must. be_ e.lo'n'jd; up
Parties desiring real estate In KlS tying to every ono In.rested.In( the down grade and, the speed was, not f S; : ... ,
w r slinmce<< "well to communicate !general! prosperity of the county and more than six mllea-ara--heur when theaaoMeut :4
its people. '-; occurred which was causedby
.. 'witti Uurbert Fleming. '

Lion J. W. Watson where and wife left will on A Mrs.few Tom days Rasa ago ,the, of.little Punta daughterof Gorda weight the of rail the giving engine.way.wblcb tinder turnedover the 9 J. WW: A TS oN.VV : .-:

j Tuesday, for Miami, they" :I who is visiting relatives here, fell froma on Its. side and Engineer Gregory -
of the
spend portion summersMiss little cart iu which sho was playing and Fireman Parker bad to leaveIt '

Owi-n livers, of Lake Butler> and'sustained a fracture of an arm at through a window of the cab. Mr. OVVVVVVV4VV VV Vtf i ,
1C is visitingthe family. of her uncle. the elbow- Dr. Hicks was called and Gregory had a rib ,brpkea and ::11\\-: . .. " : ,.'::1- ,",-" .'" . "0. !;.. ... '.
talmed a few' silent cuts about the!\ .. _ _ .. .
Prevatt of
_, Sheriff C. Ki.slmmeetMles set the fracture.. The little sufferer is v H" '" "
Jeannelt Prevatt. of. Lake, "c'But.; I doing as well as .could be expected face and Mr; Parker wa slightly '. . . 'i!, r1' _" ',,';..jI,'.".,,.." >;:.w.' '.' "Ir ..iI\I'' \" J,,!', .."....,". tol'l.trllyl. \" .;.y' ." ...",lvkJ" ''fl. ,..'. ',"'', ')...".:""',<.''',1,
bruiafl The / obtained
crew ; a team
under the- CIt'Cumltances, though > NIi
we 7. 1':
lea, and motborofC .
droveto' Orlando' and were brought "
le"rnK' ,Is of
the nature the. Injury I :
visiting;, the I latter. family Inv this that several months will be here on an extra in time to make their

pllfo<"e. "' effect a permanent,,,knitting necessaryto of the regular run' that afternoon,. to Narcoossee. A' RELIABLE, PHARMACIST ] Ia"1oirsE'c'i": : :ZfThompson -
The fishing. business seems to have bones. ., > 4k
come tit a halt, for the present, and The prospects for Kissimmee's'tu- Dr. Blakewood,, who for a year or I ,Is the one who you can always/ .
many of those engaged/ In It nave tore were never brighter; Considerable more has been the*,prescription clerkat depend.upon to use no substitutes :! j
f called off for the summer. building Is now going on and the Klsslmmee Drug Store will but compound prescriptions 's; Old Stand. ,

Mr. L* C, Conklln, manager of the there will be much more a little later. sever his connection.. therewith on the from ".. ,
and fresh drugs .
Heal estate Is 1st He has matured i plans pure (
9 Klsslrnmoe Drug'Co., returned' last constantly changing nrox.: no ''
Sunday from Jacksonville where he hands and tendency the market Is for the future further than -...month's ,jrith accuracy and care. The "Wilson ( : 1'
spent. several days business... upward. All we need now is for ev- rest at O teen' on'Indian river' His real test oT-a, drug store's' ca IX: '. Pro.priet .
ery man to put his shoulder to the many friends here will regret to learnof pabilities\ its prescription ,
--Mr.. J. T: Owens ;;{'of the Graves wheel and with !f'sv long pull, and a his departure "'and will wish him !. .. : ,
.House, returned a few flays ago from strong pull, and a pull all together" well wherever ho may cast his lot. 'He department- ; and ours./is: per('- ,,. ,.' ; a13iuIa '.
Alabama, where hethasr been for a we can make town of which we may Is to be succeeded by Mr.- C. 'A. : fect We fill your physician's Bicycles' .cleaned and repaired. Full' ,;U'rte J

month or more looklng-after business all well feel proud.. Armistead at present: manager of :the prescriptions to1,the letter and dries hand. tires $6.60. perl pliir1-i .
always on Qopd ? ;
; Qt t
" matters. vThomas Red Cross Pharmacy, at Sanfordbutwho no mistake:is possible.( t
The and of thiscounty Try ,' '
hog hominy crops .
for a year.formerly, was and sold. 4 ;
cycles bought .
Lowborn colored was arrested ; i
'. .were never more promising/ ; oft e Lowery Drug Store at Lakeland, U8 r\prescriptions. --:- - --- :. ,
by deputy sheriff C. II. Taylor, the orange trees -are hanging to the .,)
whose services Mr. Conklin was fortunate r..h )
p and is held for the offlpers 'of Polk ground with their delicious globes and to lecure.. lie comes with the . "" 1 ":
county upon a warrant charging; him only awaiting the turn of the sun to best of recommendations both'asa .{;t.J
with the larcepy of a gun; tinge/ thorn with olden hue, and cattle very W . ",1;

Miss Alma Phillips, of Sanford, on e.thoueand'pralrfee are fat, sleek gentleman make: valuable.and a pharmacist, acquisition, andwill to Klss mme Drug Co. X11 11IIU' 11111!1 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111II.1 1 ,1-. , 0 ( .
and covetous to .
cause a disposition
who has been visiting among friends our town..' ,, 'We congratulate.; 'Mr. ? ; ',' ,.
: KIBSIMMBsT... > 'ft
K .
Mere for the past month returned to imbue every. beholder. Altogether : Conklln! 10' his success In filling; Dr: NORTH '. < a -- PHONB' ." Bi
her home Monday, to the regret of all tliiieB are looking up In this bailiwickas Blakewood's position with such a ,
who. bad the pleasure of meeting her. correspondingly never before; and happy our, a.people. well 'they. are I gentleman aa/. Mr.' ,,--Armlstead.* SPECIAL i ROUND' STRIP', RATES : C. W. GRIFFIN'Fancy ,

C. F. Prevatt, N..P.rOOently'per- have a right to be. Public |las talt atod; i -i of Officers.: Via Georgia_. 'Southern & Florida. == 1

iorrned the ceremony that made man Harry Van Vleck, manager of the ,.." "Railway.. _
iTjand wife, of Mr. A. L.-Bruuson and K. K. P. B. C., chartered the Steamer Friendship The officers Lodge recently No. 10-elected K. of, by P. 110.35.-Atlanta, 'Oa.- '..nd return : ;

.M dp T-Miss 'Beulah occurred B. Drig at ;the"era.home The of ceretnonf the- Itosead to"a Fort a Gardner ago for for the an benefit excursion --. will House be publicly on installed Wednesday;, at. evening the Opera -, I, July ro cents, 8 additolnal.. 9, ,10. Limit August by 15.extension. ., family Groceries:; r >r,, .

"0 'bride's parents iu tM. county. of the 'team;-to help defray expenses July 1. . One fare plus S2.25, Asheville, N..C.; .
"Llt l. Baltic." a race horse'fa- incurred during -the summer. The installation ceremony will be June 27 to*July/1. Limit by extension .
i moue all over Florida and Georgia for Not more than thirty passengers took conducted by Dr. W. W. DeHart, of CO( cents. additional October 10. ' 0 F: ESS:' : : s
his speed, died here-Tuesday morning the trip, but they spent a most delightful Past Grand Chancellor Com .16.25.-Nash villa, Tenn, and return ELeL9 t'
'f of "staggers.. He was the proper 1.; day Capt.,; Johnson and mender! of the jurisdiction of Florida July 3.4 B. Limit by extension, 50centadditional .' ,_
of Pell, of Orlando, who crew and Harry Van. Vleck did ..Uln who is of the most September = ,
Mr. Dr. DeHart one :
E' ; ,
Delivery day at hour j
I In England, buff was In the. keeping of their power for the pleasure and com- I eloquent speakers, as well a's one of $28.45.Detroit!;' Mich, and return : every ny ; patronage solicited,. r.

BgUr.'Jas.. Monday Bronson.Last morning. Capt. RoeI' fort know of tie excursionists was a failure and we so far regretto I as I the will best also posted deliver KnightsIn a lecture OD'the the State print, July additional.-. M?15. August Limit by 15.extension, liO cents llIlIlllIlllllJlIlllJlljl{{ {{ ; {illllllill llllililllllf1illllllilllJllIliiiil{{ { { { '; ; )' R

ij concerned the finances were ; , ciples and of: Pythlanlsm.;; '16.Moxvllle, Tenn and"return t
.. buck and,of Mr real' L. Leslie by which made the anexchange 'The steamer Roseada will carry. an I' which will be purposes s rare literary treat.". June 28, 2i, July 5, 6.. 13, 20. Limit

t ; the house and lot of Mr. excursion down to Fort Gardner/ and :. The public is cordially Invited to by extension.' 50'cents. 'Additional, '
Lav Captain Leslie gets; and the latter return tomorrow for the benefit of the j I Attend, and,,,,..witness the Installation Sept 30. ,' . ' " '1
the atr house Basalnger and lot of the Captain KIsslmbleQ''Ball'Team-1s.. nine; 'The I ceremony, ai. well as listen to Dr. De- Fare and'one''thlrd' plus 25c/ all ynmimrammmmmmmmmnimmmiiimimmnmniK'} ' '( !" " ;,
rgets boat will leave City. Dock at 7 '.. m., Hart's address. All Kiaslmmee shouldbe points in .south July 2, S.,4 Limit *
I in North Kisslmmeej I '! '
and at Gardner about 'two hours there.' ,' >--"->-j':, July 8. :
O. S. A F. .la the official
The colored Sunday school .picnic and a half, thus affording. ample routeof | : ;:
here last ..Saturday.was.not, / verylargely time for a ploulo there: .The fare will I ,,18ummer.School for Teachers.1' the B-Y.P. U. to Atlanta JMUy.7, ''V ", ".f,
attended those who children :, informed'tbeM 8, 9; 10. .Reduced rates to all summer ',. &
60c 2Go. If
be feel.
d' ; thOUl'bJ' only ; 'you We. are | throughitheInffuenoa #- \"""
did come appeared > the occasion1 the need,of an outing and1' want to. go tourist resorts north and west Ticket '
of our worthy county superintendent
October'' ; In North : .
until Slat Kissimmee
'' good ;.S ft
very much.- A game of baseball somewhere, take this trip. It Is' but i, of Public Instruction one of For full information address call | ,, \ ; t :
between Klssimmee aqd Orlando was '..1. true, yet It affords more i or "7 tJ1i-o .
one day the I summer schools for teachers has ;; '

t. was an interesting called on.. account feature of'the of rain day at the but tie rest other ana'"trip'genuine that Is possiblefor pleasure than our any peo-l.I I I I been superintendent located in Klaslmmee term by will the beginon state on street J..,H Jacksonville; Rafferty D, Fla.P A,, 201. W Bay ''HaYti./ bolt |t0 Banjg Bbndg''s' $th' PfL t: ';, ",ar;;, :

l fifth" Inning, when" the sconuvas" -a --- ple.- Monday, 'July 13th.; with Prof. T.F.MdBeath I "\ '
S'to 3. - r Mr.1 Harry Person hasmade arrangements '' as principal and Prof. F. ....

ffi We' learn that on Wednesday last. : for .the pureness of the H.'' Ellis as' ...Istant.- and will be in : _ . _ i' : .... ,'..:Vk

+ \ Godfrey,Cadman, Ion of Lieut. .Col. Stratford place and as soon as- the'i 1'session for several weeks. The school E' .On Monday, June, 22nd 't t .will open a meal .market ,busl- .,;:.
: i Cadman of Narcoossee, who has been details of the deal have been completed will very probably be attended by'a K nest''at the stand, named above and solicit.a share of youjy t-j: ot ,J.,
I a student. at 'the 'University. of the be,will put a force of bands at> large number or' the. teachers of the roriage, Will handle'only the best'meats' and.will deUreto4all ;;;. .J ....
remodeling, and of south Florida, ) ; .
South: Suwannee, Tenn.,wa.ordained work overhauling, ,state, especially1 = '..
IT; a minister of the JJji.copalcburoh and repainting the house, preparatory to''which; fact la all that Is necessary to parts as efcpeditlously as po8alble 'Give me, t 1100". '1ii "-

e I f by the Bishop of Tennessee appointed his occupancy the coming winter.' Mr. j j II late. la order to assure them of a ==Borders" ; they'll. be highly. appreciated. ; .. 0" /! .,'
I .&0he' Cathedral Memphis, as itsclergyman Person has been a frequent vl.lto.0 i cordial reception by our people and" amost Very r respectfullyth6 : o. "
I during the summer. ,We Klsslmmee for the past several years pleasant Stay while here. A : ... "-!.
OsoeolaI be" to .his I I I It Is hoped that the county teachers) I': .
I tin .common with .the 'many and It will gratifying news 'I L."E MINX: . "
? I : friends of the young man, feel very many friends here that he is pravjdlnghimself ; :will attend en mass.* and thereby encourage ; \ '
s,; I irt,proud of the record he has made In with a permanent winter home, 1\ and -otherwise assist the ? LUltUUIUwUllllil1LUlt1UtiliifUtWittlluM! { l { ili ?,::
I \school ,as attested by his preferment where he call come d the,.'el1o"'" , for their ';advancement ROA 6AtErr BTANf OP1D ..
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' I t r.In.the,.appointment-,.Mentioned? tbove.'P ., shooting' WMon.among us.{) In the. I' / t tt " : .r ,t \,. ,:::4..,".,,.., 'i\\!..01 h'J'h;, ;;' ,,.".....---t. ";...

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TUB' FARMER'S: DOO ttt;tttti
rfi It toes without saying tat a farm Church With a MISSING ;LINK.
Is Incomplete without adorn! Since hi I- !

Is so Important to the farm I 'woulcluk 'FUN., _a,. Strange History. I
fi la he properly cared for and Anlm.l ConncrtlnsRep-
.S Strange
housed. He needs shelter as well' as' .... .. ..... ,/ [list and JII.2mmals. "

id I. + cattle and sheep, though. beta, but a Duelling not for honor but for fun -Here 1* a remarkable little mediaeval
dog. li one of the latent pastimes IndulgedIn .church which was discovered through 1 ,

The dog .Is quick ,to discern .the difference by the JPfyett of nation And they a 'elr alD. .\. young woman living In n Permian.Ilinw I which! woe about -.,
: I Lk1 balwcea harsh and a kind call this fencing with buttontess olio, vllfnge DeAr 1'lrot. lu Servia. drtatneil 1 la In'U.c' ; great geological I 11II1It.
word. Continual use! of. harsh laneuage do tile merry Gauls "ln poule sang- Ollenight of a burled church. .. *lw mMday lUau strange nud wierdcreatures
makes him Indifferent and unmindful ')ante." 'I. e.. the bloody hen. For these spoke of it to the prefect sad flint locnl Iti; : Iln'll belonging: ) : the vast rl'pllI-

of what you want him to do. 'ensanguined posltrycontests the following clergy, hut they only laolhl.'ll,1I1 her The tOKsll sunlight' which
'It la tberefore imperative to>> use kind ,regulnltoui/ have been laid 1I1k'\ 1 persisted lu her statements, however Iou chi I.coal:w'n8 .1ll/lt forming in11'cansylvanla .-
down: 'Swo '' uttonless blades and ultimately Induced ,th*L P eo- We call
words always. When he'does a praiseworthy 4e' ; mammal had yet. trod
and MO
act,'pat him on the head and face uncovered, right arm bared ordli- pie to Old at a spot "h.I. I Indicated.Here .

"' reward him. ,with one or two kind nary: kid .gloves1 If desired, upper part : to the Intense Imrprlse of e'ri'0110ill ; upon this, eBrlh.\ /ct Period of thworld'
Ri 1 word., and you will soon notice a. of the body clothed In n rent fittingtightly .! !!b the dreanier.'the rllmt fa/' we- The (olllJarlr'I".1 embraced' by the rl'r.ndan'lUll1.TI'I .

great difference. Never kick or cuff a to. the skin, belt* forbidden dlaeval: hur'h Were found. These history saw'sowe reniarkubH- ..

tfog., If he' need. severe punishment each fencer to be assisted! by two sec were rcbullfas, a tiny chapel" and since : s ..1'PHOTOG ,- '.- :,
-- .- ,,
use a willow or a peach switch upon r '

him.,.'and Be It patient will prove with fat a effective. .', rRAI'H, 'OF'A T'.RF1 CT: TIJ J"?L j': IllftANL 11

.lie can't learn"'it all In! a day. .
When the dog Is old enough to'be '

trained, It Is well not to allow anyone 4' ti'
else to attempt to: teach him anything.: TT 1
Thedog soon learns to understand' iJ : !

you. If )'ou'rcpeat.your commands In

Eeit the same tones, using! the same words. T t

Others; however will use 'different I :
words and perhaps violence thus con-' ,
fusing the animal and causing 211m'to

forget what you have taught him.
A 'dog can be trained 'tOr several

years after he has attained his growth .. f"t 1 1.I 1e 1s 1t 1t
Health and beauty are the glories of perfect womanhood. Women hence there is no need.of beginning r'p 4 :'

r'p( .who suffer constantly with weakness: peculiar to their sex cannot :retain when he Is very young. Professionaldog a .'

,'Jrl.. their beauty. Preservation of pretty features and rounded. form is trainers often pick Up old dogs 3 :
} a duty; : women owe to themselves and teach them to do wonderful tricks. ,

-\ ; When women' are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful There are several good-breeds! of dogo ,
I.., menstruation, weakness, leucorrhcoa displacement or ulceration.of the that are useful on the farm. The collie .

r \. 'womb that ,bearing down.. feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, back- ; or 'a cress of this and tome varietyof
1' , (or flatulence), general debility, indigestion'and nervous watch dog, will serve more different
prostration, or.are beset.with Bitch (symptoms as dizziness, faintness purposes than any _other. The eolllu'cerlalnll' <

lassitude, excitability, irritability nervousness, sleeplessness melancholy havejclipsed nearly Ill other '. :1;
: _
*all .I
; gone and "want-to-beeft-alone"feelings blues and hope
/ \: varieties to Intelligence, and f-
A Iessnes8jthey..should remember there is one tried and true remedy. money ) L
Is a measure of value they also
1a E.'IMnltham's Vegetable Compound.removes such troubles. xt+
t.L7 stand quite well at the + -
top.-American ,, t, 1

,: Case of, this Prominent Chicago Woman Shonfd ,Give EveryoneConfidence Agriculturist ay M > I i '.

?: : in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. The Lost. Fraction of Time. r't .....
It one grain of sand on the shoreof ,
,,-a DCAJI MBS. P1NHAMt-It affords me great pleasure, Indeed to add my 'the ocean were lost, and scientistswere '
testimonial> to the great-number who are today praisingLydla E. IInk.'ham' =
Vegetable Compound. Three ;years ago I broke down from ex- to spend pease In trying to find I ,
d i passive physical and mental strain I was unable to It, they would be attempting a task 4
'? secure proper rest also lost my appetite, and I became so resembling that to which the leading 1-0-- -iIIIl -. -- f"" _:!' 1 :

a ', nervous and irritable too that my friends trembledand astronomers of England and France I 'Ut\\: A1Ur.r. tjJ'l'n'.b: u. L ..liJ.& ; :; ) M. Vb: ViLn'iTis, .t'1 .M.I U.L.1, fl'II'
f I was unable to attend to my work. Our physician prescribed are now devoting themselves. One- -From C llicr' \Viceklyy.
i tot me, but as I did not seem to fmprore, I was sixteenth of a second Is missing and -- ._ -

l' advlaod money,..togo was1'7 away. I much could worried neither when spare,the fortunately time nor no one can tell where -Ithas gone. onds. The competitions will consist then hundreds of people have made I changes aiming,! buck-boned unlm.tls, ,

,, one of my club friends called. She told me how she bahbeen Between the sun's time-as recorded" at of two-minute bouts! and! will topat pilgrimages U the place. The chiiM| 'lIs not only of our cunlluoiit.. hut flwwhererft *-
cured of ovarian troubles*..ndbowllke my symptoms Greenwich and as undertsood at Paris, the'first blood." The first public\ evrut'of I Bluilll ly-crowded with tablets, nacred : sit\\' HIP illKiipix'iiraiire of the
A vfero to hers seven bottles of medicine cured there is that brief and seemingly! un- this kind took place early lu March icons and other tributes of the faithful. great frog soul walamiuuler-llke au.phllw
'" her and she Insisted that lour. some.did ImportAnt discrepancy.->> expenseIs at Neullly, near Paris, the fighting _. I liiii, 1111.1 I Iheiv.mtutgrof-dinoseers mill ,

." I so, and am glad that I followed Jher being spared-to trace the missing cocks (or hens) to U>nd off bring M. t>aLterdesqne marine ri-i>tll<>fc. Turtles made their ,
I advice. Within six: weeks I was a different fraction. A special building has be,n and M. 1u VllotW. The latter nppi'nraiu-e.' niul the tilrn'iigp. inniiiimil- ;1
woman, and robust In health, and hare
; "' boon so ever strong since. erected at Paris, costly Instruments received n scratch on the forelll m. like reptiles\ the iiiuniiiMloum.. I ran their ', (

A number my rle"nds who hare been Installed corps of mathematicians Then the police; Intervcneil.' Arfl'r.a courM. ImRl
i/ troubled with ailments peculiar to our sea: engaged and a process that may take perfunctory 41iousl; clamorous official wont outoCjLxlMt! tJ'Mioe.! Mont liui>ortui t 'sr,
hare taken your compound and bare also been years complete has been commenced demonstration the ofltwri'of the law of all cvfiitu' that talk lilacs lu the
greatly benefited.". Miss ELIZABETH.DAI.KT, TIle Inaccuracy |a more I withdrew, ''and then the series of duels Triassic pi'i'lml ina The l.vont. of -. "'
.. !70 Loomis St.. Chicago 111.' President of'tht,8U Ruth's Court. ; Order of 1'orrasters Important than will appear to the lay continued and more of the brave Onlllc maiuiiialH. and, while HI MIl' wiiro' no

. Catholic. mind. Longitude !s calculated on 'the bIrd. bled for'fuu. Collier's Weekly. lnrtcr'thim' riilnil stem to have hnd ') ,

What Is left;' for the women of America, sfter :reading such letters basis of' Greenwich time. It determines - -' -- innuy features lu c iuinitm with their

gas we publish, but to believe. Don't some of you who are sick and miser the boundaries many COlOn RACING QN' anuiiux.Iout nHHOflutrn, they marked tbe-
.t&ble feel how wicked :you are to remain so, making life a burden for tries. A slight variation.of-time way t'OlIIlUIf; of Iho highest:. of oll'lrOIlIIS of
Cyourself and yftur friends, when a cure is easily and inexpensively) change.the_nationalities of thousandsof 'THE .111Mb aiiIin ; a.. No period' of\ Ihlll'. In'finv or '*$
1 1P'tv I
obtained?. Don't 'onthint: it would pay to drop some of your old people.: The pursuit of the missing ;A JN since, hag WUue.si4 nyoli a roiuplote ..J

*prejudices"and."Try Lydia E. Pinltham's ." lfetable Compound fraction of a second Is/ therefore of II new .lPORT' I revolution! the life of rile globe The *

which is better than all the doctors fol' cures f" Surely the experience world-wide Importance. When It la vegetation, too, tins (rliHiiKlntt those J

.. of hundred of thousands women, '; om the Compound has. cured, found not a grain of the sands of time slant, overgrown mosses. which: hud ',1 '

-..should convince all women. will be ml.llnTIImt.\ .. By Day Allen 'WHIey.1112 .,- waned in the oarlMHilferoun, practically ;
'' '): Follow the tecord of this medicine, and remember that these cureskd eastern FlorUlA
const.of w .
thousands of women ,vhose- letters are constantly printed in tbl& HANDICAPPED1" \ ",r<' t ,. (between'J'I Daytona and Or- ; ferns and cycads;: InrrenatHl and..coo. ;'
;; were not brought about by "something else,".but by Lydia E. "Why did Miss Specie refuse to 4,y,) -' ,:\,, ,oiMlo-liicludes'tt stretch of ifers appeared\ nuinlH>rs. ,;The world ...y
: am's Compound the great Woman's Remedy for \ :>!! \ I\\! :, had ('haugI. :. continent"
Vcffetablo elope with. you-r ,;. \M! $R>; 1, *i nd.s wJ>lci! t Is i about thirty our. : ball /In- :
1I tb Itls.> .:':"She declared that,;.she ;. could tno!. miles ".'Iu length ,:' .\t!remarkable creased lu alze'.Jilintlitbeclo"of; , ; the .:
os6 women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a .. Trlns .looked 'a'new ,
bear the .odor of gasolene'FITS upon landscape,,
": for Its smooth .nud hard ur- t
'hundred thousand times, for they get what they want-a cure. :Moral n new race of IH'IIB| the medicine that you know is the Best. Write .to .Mrs. face. It lit so 'linn that It ls utilized of -.........,...-..- ...._-, Mr. Case, of the State Normal School .:tlllwauke
Pinkham for advice. __ permanently en red.No flt.or ftfIM' US- as a. boulevard' ty horse vehicles t' .
Win.. has
ness artflr lint d.y'su". of Dr. Kline's Great rarioufl kinds and .by nutomolilles. : A CllAPIl BCILT FBOU TUB fir'Vc: or A patiently r'e-on- :j
FORFEIT *f weeamwl forthwith pmdnao the original Utter and dgaat.r..1 and tnntlaef. ; strm-le one of these primitive
Nervelteetorer.e: trlal bottle actorsOP
r rF rI
d5''45000 a.Ors( LIuioI alo wuiab. .wltt piwro lu ahiolnto..."1_.__. Dr.B.B.Jt-.ra. Ltd,. 031 Arch Bt.\! ,rh4a.PeThe bicycles, and by what. tiro locally I MEDIABVAIi C'HfRCn WHICH WAR
.. .
I x..u,. L u. 0.. z.a.-- termed "suud-snllers., During the winter DISCOVERED THltODail A BREAK.IFh .
io reputation of our ancestors don't season when the resorts. mentioned 1 >u> a Photo.)
do ca much good when vre" !are looking for a
job. are largely patronized, ncnrly every variety Thw.a'hose\\ drl'aw"ed to Its discovery
.... of vehicle operated Menu or In the' presiding! genius, of the
t..41.a fmm: 'Vr shwaOne gasoline cnn bt seen upon the beach. place and receives' no many gifts from
else smaller after using Allen's Foot
The photographs show a collection! of the Hint M ulivniiy
Ea Cures .swollen hot, sweating; aching the various ontomobiloi! vhicli linve rich. Our photottrn| !shows I the itrenmchurch I
feet.. Ingrowing nails corn and bvnlons. At been used here during the past winter. \ quid Its discoverer, with her clilldren. ill
all druggists and shoe stores.Wo. Pou't ao-
oept any sabitltnta. Trial package Pass by They Include nut ouly a break but run- I .-The Wide World fa.nzI1le.,

maim AAlremi.Allen 8.Olmstod, LeRoy,N.1(. ---, --- -- --------: a

s f. Ethiopia's railway bcin {completed Amer- .
cans are exploiting that kingdom. ,-..' mh;;"\1. ;4" "" <. :' '. "" ;"' ,( '' ,
," ,\ .. !,,, ;<.;'' \ ::"" ,/" .0. ;' :: ": w1j't. \ ; : ,;," : A IITUAIIoa! .
Pfso'sCurecannot tw too htghlyipoknnots }.,, 'M" '''' j<"i.. i .;:".$.-. '. ft<$ J\I\ \ 1.\\ '" ?-'xt; t't... - ANIMAL ANCIENT TIMJU
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r eure.-.1. S2a: Third % ; 'w. "
cough W.O'Bmi
a 1" ,." \ "k..: , '. t. ",""p,," ) . ..... f 1 of the ,
c i AvenueN.. MinneapohsMmn.Jan.6.1600.A "" ..,1" '1' ., " .. ..,.". ,.. i'" ,.\ ,' , stage long since forgotten, for :
1 ,\ ; .' .. ; ,\ \) ; :\-?1 +'r.",' lt 1"f- \ \\1ii; ,;" '. : our delectation. Head down and tall
and 'r"'vry
will ialo '
p inan often run ', ;:t n: !: \ .;. \ { : ;;\"" ;: : exposed Is the way that
1 1 r/ try to crawl out. ._ "*,,,,,..,'t..,.,,,\,,,, ,,., : \;:j.r' '1' known as "Kmbolophorun JUiomodont
% ." \\" \!,... ,'1' ... .t .. . ? dollorlanuv"
,, 'ifr.: '
r ti. {, : k> : : > .;. .;":
the' with \
Carpet. can be colored on floor ". ; Was discovered. Tlnp-wtoita
Pt .t. \' } 'f\ '\' : 't".f.1' :' .. ., if. : was slightly
1 ;
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t 1 f fe PnrNAK 'APltLEII& Drag. '";\\\'\}: \,\, ,.;x.w., {of,<".I\". ,:." ... $."","..::-....,\.ot.. ,.'::;..,, 'Ji' :'\'","1r., *)\.,:,.,';:,'';!; '..''.''<"'A"'b"' ,\\,,!" ,:.}.,'): t">;1f. Inclined and composed of peculiarly

.' If you go up are like going a.kyrockeLGrayHair to :rise in the worlddon't i i 1d 1 i i gl:\ '; t 1N% J which refractory' made cement the extraction of Iron of and sand,

-. ._ :I::., )(.\;...\, -im":.:QA1 f l' 'RF :R3C'; i \. 't. ':: )ir\ij\'i: } :*Kkat1' I 10 matter of extreme dllnculty/ the bones .
'- - - and
Natural flavor : V k + tlencp.\ pu-
AF t r.tT'
ii uy ,4yA 1''lIen'oIlt1mttpl' : |hail its reword
: r .. nnntoiiiatlcally! prove) to. lJe( nearly
., Welike oor choke eeraed twel.cook It and <>apadhte eomplotthe only parts
Beef I -. 1 dotte by eipCTtv-tottcr than !. at lucklns: being the ribs nnd part of
t ho..... When ,IHU right we pat it la cam to keep feet, which were present In the
I It right soul yet want It. "I hiVe used Ayer's Hair Vigor other sped r
the b.... .ftWeae'-ltw' .appen, tor ...dwlcb-c.... .., .... . for over thirty It has kept carne of the same nnmil| ,. The restoration .
at.: ..Ibl.. rood and want It.akk. ailpi lun a ken and the CIA is spas. AaI years. here showfi. wan made/
I I.r y III as .......&.1 my scalp free from dandruff and careful after H most

,Ubby,, McNeill &., Ubby.. Chlca o. to;'.JO:&:.."" The;a'eL"t : has prevented ir.,."-Mrtr my hair'P.- from A! Soule turning , 1 Paris.. with study nil, measurement lanes of like t'reaturew:and coin.

Billing., Mont. The body Is drawn somewhat elevated

TYPES OF t'lJo' from the ground. ::;U first It \
:t .- ,!, :y Something To B., Considered There is this peculiar I B12ACUES OF FLORIDA. oitJhe probable\ ground that the but belly) '('.. d..r.agged

Confidential' Friend-If you want a If; thing about Ayer s Hair <.ftn_ -From the Scientific American. the IK,!,., of the fore nn limb attempt In to plow

BR0M01SELTZER oner wife, why. don t you try advertising for. t Vigor--It is a hair food, abouts of various kluds.< In the picture Ca...l lllrd. LIT. J.eD...... showed such uot to have such a been position

Well ,Preserved. Bachelor -The sort not a dye. Your hair does are'no less than'seven'different! kinds Many ieoplo'de ialm against the the would case with the animal The tall
of' woman I want for, a wife would not suddenly turn black, of autos."sand-sailers"Including: the'motor-consist of bicycle.a framework cruelty of keeping birds lnx cage, but Pretty long naturally It for BeCm no other to have been

never.:"read- an advertisement\ of that, look dead and lifeless, The.Ipre d'on, three .b'lcytla wheels, It live Is a about well-proved six times truth that cage-blrdo tp preserve the symmetry rensonthan.
: as long nil a wild innl. but
kind. the othcTwIse
:'r/; .' VIRlf ALL'' Butgraduillytheoldcolor to which' Is attached an ordinaryjprl'tally' bird, and the bird provo ,
; Invariably becomes/ WIlpn' alive J<: flollo/llnu
- '- lIloolopllor\la I
I comes ba k-al1 the rich The rear wheel Is used to teertbe' so fond of Us owner ;.
\ Its Mirround- must have
,Headachesto A Cold Fact: : been about '
1t be operated '
k "craft'nnuI can the "

_ The. Cannibal, Klaa!/ '(hto, teeth;'chat! : dark color it used to have.' quite close to the: wind while In running open logs, that it will, where not fly the away.cagol It suffers thrown so 110 Pony('(>,findiposaessed. )" theopt appeal c

. CI i+fI'S &WaYWHa&> teflng)-What was) li'you ,'ec1ttll ,The hair stops falling,too. before the wind Infrequently! nt- little from 'solitude_that, Jf a j prb i>ect.Ivo.inate nlllrator. > < of .0

: ' the'Jut meal?. I'vJ had, a prolonged 1 II." ... 'AII, "'taLus a veryhlg4epeed.' Borne'of thebicyclists Is Introduced, It hits her on
.q . .1 who' .use the l>each for a the head .. ,
chill eyer'alnc at first for her Impudence In ... Oolnlon. }
Ifar drag lrlel mnnt snnply I fitted sails'.which:
TOO are
coarse bare ,up A
Royal Cook-That, sir war a female Mad us era daOmr and we will unrcn daring to Intrude 'Into n private'nt.l'ew"Y woman Isn't old as long as she .
c '!.. 'CURED"' mlsokmary from. Boston.-Jun. Smart, 'you k bottl. :.-..sure sod ..tsw*the sans I fastened to a ,meet .htUcltird, to ;the ork..l'rellIo| keep her daughter !M short IIklrt./ can
41'JOG'aare.t.rprsa eats Address I
coasting '
framework sndare'used '
Blues Set. J.c..yX&CO..JAUK. People who arc
J. disposed
'iO' to cry over, A
I before tae wind. : Tb. P.." 1'Inat. IIpllled milk: hue damp
-r ,
JIIIt'ra : handkerchlef.-
: .,
J I I Th.H.ltl.h, (wins'. ,.The" pepper pin lit-piper ,nlrruw-: most of the tJme. 1
'. sloe WELL DRILLING OIViNOTHIlhtItoPLdi"Donn : plTbe'da .and bravery,displayed by which produce'the white and Mack It I.n't always the' most powerful' .
. a [ .swat Curs jo r
p you thluk you1 hadbetter
t Ngtrs.frs.I.ahlaxea try, 'JBrltlsh force,In the stormingof pepper--of-.commerce .om tle'thl1t bill the '"
.,,,ISsl.ssdayuTrlsltreste %1'IoirIDv' -. to the llttlo ,- Is 'a rllmblng! WzgesCpbl.ile :
.:.these peonle troin : There is '
;. / P M at Him*,writ**tit o .. ?circulating, Kano were'qulte up to the traditions vine-like'' shrub, found J'owlnji'W'Jld: ' sunny q h1an.1fl1o 'would Lie\ '
D .$ ls.5s. fcr ,
o *| wuTwtt**fhwr W U iinhMfKMklM untruth about >< '' willing rb
i, MI.U..8M 0 ..wo iaiiia.olli: MMblW.foratonr ,of the service, 'The' British officer mAt. In the. tpresta'ot'Tre"aneore and tbe lose the, :of ti town.:
> *WUMomwinrrTtt to *:.tkM*> ))10,b? anrtwgrpd'Senator Sbrgbam;> 'I,. criticised >Jar lack.of "tllniness," but Ma-'Jibnr coast of India Pepper Ulpf ul of people ,lu'ordfr win J2'prlze.Chlcllro ; I
....-ow. the 'inn'.of wins paper Wher"tI ; iie, (flfjt/ftan/ create the Impression th entirely Uecord-neraV a'
trs to .4fV.r'tI.-IAf. 28.-08)wog lYj. .. .t sat ha.ltlla11t'slandered. t,1* when Jt:comes leading straight-Into tropical in Iti requirements.:Th 1
..",." 'fD4Qt'lleD" ,1 reckon/'t \on-ly-breach he.can give tbenvaD wbltt'ePpel''ls the, black pepper' a
1'It..t'' Eislwi lUCBUIa yu. 'J"UILIIorJ .will be better off."-' Washington de- The than who has <
w Citizen. corticated: nothlne oibM
:. '._ >. .. ,' card and spndel.+Ottawa by maceration nod rubbing ; can ,'/.
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1 .
A: SKfcMON ?OR SUNDAY ;ausa 'mall i Its Ideas( and plans Ik "Uxx I, ... .

upon the platform>> that ODd M'smJ up His ;, S. ''JREASURTUSES j,
I Bon Jesus Chriat from the dead 1.Th samecause REGISTER OF THE U.. TORTURING
LEARNED we cannot doubt,'would to-day pro- I
a. DISCOURSE' ENTITLED due the same etreet.//) PE-fUJ-KA .FOR' SUMMER CATARRH."" -

':".GOSPEL OF, RESURRECTION.! ": "All this I* 'of solemn;! IIn' tio.aI"1nomCtlt ,....
to our own times. Although the.nraoheri DISflURING-
not among their who oalieve that the .
"Christ Arisen ._ the 1'_"" UXCad. cause of religion .U waning, h* is hound Catarrh: "" .r
tUs< ..bJ._ ., .r a. *ow.rr.l 'Addrsss bth ,. with all thoughtful' people to recogniMtho Summer I i.

B.T, Hear?' C. .wo.tHlH. *.- peculiar "iilHeuHi which beset tin Afflicts Men'and
view ta* KlraoU Pro. church of the twentieth century. Our only aod'Blood
]IC"OrJ' rlalNEW hope' {* to bold fast to the idea and ,*".!3e"'li ,Aarml Wr .' ).Ut...,.. Women.:, SkinScalp
? ;
YOB Swenl.
Crnr. Dr.
Henry C. of the church of the first century lh ;
tel, Motor of St. Luke' Church preached weakness of Christendom to-day is th retirement Indiana the firat.State, to co.opetIto'dlrectly '

Sunday rooming on"The Uoipel ol the Reenrrectlon. from its conspicuous position 01 with Postontce Dcp/irt. LYONS. H Il OUrs'

"" __II. took bU text' from Act the all-prevailing truth which wa so pow.erful mutt in regard to rural delivery.;| H Otf. JUDSON W. Untte4State. -
of the *\
a"ii 18 Register -
: : preached unto them Jesus in the beginning' There i* entirelytoo ,
Governor has signed. a & Dr
u.lirction.w Bwentcet much Chriatian
wiVu' said' uncertainty even amoag. -
what noble confidence\ did the apos ooncerningtba resurrection' of Jean 'Tides 'that five' peP'ent. of the: road front 'Washington D. C.. says: Frm Pipits T-to :ScrufrtFfMfi ---

tolic church set out to sery"* it* world-Bid Christ. How many there are who would< fund ebflll be Itt aside' to keep the! rural ..x flnd7-.rimia-4. ... \

mission. It had a new religion to proclaim,' rather not be pressed too .trong'y'by' iti mall routes in good condition. trctltent rtmady for ,theemIarr1i.L
a glorious message from Ood for atl the discussion who would prefer to nav* it -
race 'of mankind. It we. not provincial, eliminated from, dutinctirely Christian Many route have been dUcontinticddaring / i .tefftoey!, ti Afij' -LSpeedily

but catholic. It J began in Jerusalem, but it wonld award it no farther\ ,-tie| plllit wInter'on account of _M and .
looked forward to compassing the whole dignity than to allow it to be placed among the condition of the j6ads. It iI nl cL l "f J ... via.ITrotA de11. -. -

earlh. Wherever it went it encountered tho matters of 'secondary importance to that the policy of tbe department will '.......;.....,,.... heal of
beliefs: and rite. which were venerable, impressive which little or inference. need be made tke ......... vI' /llad si's' Gorad by C'Guttara ?
and be to require bad road to be repaired'\ .
upheld by the prestige of Tntt here" there has unquestionably! been i. ,
wealth reek and. culture but It was none decline! of certitude, and the hour arrivec 'fit loon na possible after which M : r m.dv tile 09"10' Poressaa".Jii4aoii -

tbe less.devoted. to its huge work. What long ago when the issn should he strongly; year's notice' will be given of tbe 'improvetnct -. IF.LVo_ When All Elsa FaHs,;
hopeless task it seemed to be mad and ,If it is ,
to convert honestly met. at all.un *' '
in order to'miiIQ : is better known in 'II
the human ta required No man -
family to
certain that the divine. Redeemer cams 'iI ;
Christ. The :Master of tbia'latwt.Silt was forth from the grave, it i. just a* well foe tain tbe rentes. Greater care vrUl }In : the financial world than
a Jew. II. had been disgraced byeiucjrix-: : us to know it and to: fashion our belief and f uturabolieTCIged in .initiating routes. : son W. Lyons, formerly An4rusta The agonizing Itching and burning of ,'
Ga. His
ions handful and there was now carcely; more than make our calculations accordinll'l' If the 10 as to make euro-.{bat when once piece,of money name of recent on every date the skin 'as In Ec'icma i the frightful .
a of disciples to tell the ti old faith is in peril or even if it 'should "
III. career. When 'w* consider thfl story over be held in abeyance, a* 10,.... of the truth started they may not have to be discontinued. makes hi. signature in cne tbe of Uni.the scaling, as In psoriasis( tho loss of hair

whelming! odds against which these men we should be re.dy..nd willing- to accept In one section recently--liven- moat familiar one and crusting of tbe scalp; as la scalled _ _
struggled a* they proceeded the result with the utmost condor, and ted States. -
to evangelize con tyeren out of tblrty-flrtf applications bead tbe fatial disfigurements'aa In"
.. ... .. Letter
the multitude Two Jn r tlii ITrftaaMim {
we are ail the more .illleno,. There... been entirely too,muchreticence '
roundly impressed\ with tb. confidence with pro aid hedging there has been ,s for rural delivery route were rejectedon Tb..kl.1 W._.,:- acne and ringworm i f' thI awful suffering -.

which the} took up the more than bercuIsan disposition to .dodge the real question, account 'of the quality of tbe. roads. -Cam ilia ChartierVff'WestLexington of infants and anxiety of worn-: '
. jkbor.-Thumagnitude 61"the effort to though perhsp with s. charitable purpose 'rrotmaterGeneral bas-alao directed St., Baltimore :Md., out parents lain mUlE crust tetter. sad

which they were called did net deter them that thereby,* conscience and hopes ci that no' more routes are to be write: salt rbxjum.-ell demand a remedy or
persecution could not affright tbe.n. the others might not be shocked; time... has '''Late'.up!"' .. gradually affected almost aoperhumnn vlrto** to success-
..npo.>tioh. or. indifference of the better been a Sentiment that seems to advise thai established over road. that require the my digestion and mad. ally with them. That Catlcura

classes could not discourage them. On the less this matter is emphasized better payment 'turnpike tolls by tbe department me a miserable .dyspeptic, suffering Soap cope Ointment aDd Kcsolvent.... such
they went from city to city from country for the church. Let the church throw and that routeualready established ' intensely! at tune.*. I all doubt., No -
to country preaching the religion( of which down the gauntlet let it hare this matter took several kinds of medicine stands proven beyond
: such roads will be dl>. .
different Is mad them that
they were gladly; the earthly champion. nut once-for all with those who dispute" Not continued expiration of the physiciana, but still eo.. Is not Justified by>> the strongest, evidence. -
alwaya had they been of thla temper. or who hesittt to accent it ex .nim II upon .
The mightiest among them the rock-man the case i. not settled let us settle it and existing: contracts.. This will probably tinned to suffer. But the trial "Hon, Judson W. .Lyons. J I 'I :The parity"and sweetness, the --
himself, had utterly collapsed settle it right.' Let insist the fact of one bottle of Peruna convinced to afford Immediate relief tW*
in the high us. upon have the effect! o causing other States : power .<
it would rid _
S prie.t'. Fibre= and after the fateful whatf ver they ar*.. me that certainty speedy and permanenteare, .
div of
the to folloir. the.example of Newlera'T..wblch ._ _._ ...' +J.. '..ft\I.. ... ... I ..nn.
cross they all - -- --- -- --- r
accepted the plight Christians well) hidthdreiich! ,j in the absolute safety and great -
may c tinned for several I ', I economy
of those who had served a lost cause. But I shame i if they feel constrained in behalf of! has In the last fewyears through weeks and taking I it excellent! bra I tb. having -rid and strong. I thank yon' so have made them the standard. *kns ,

now all this i I. changed. {Tbe coward are their religion to aak any quarter to accept purchase by State or countlea trans gained. ten pound was in"-).I Ie Camilla Charter. much for Peruna. I shall recommend 'cure*,blood purifiers and bnmoor.*...*>
the brast of the brave' and of the any favor of those who do not stand by formed mo lt of Its toll roads into free to all suffering with therffoct of catarrh, dies of th*civilized Wor'.d.: ;.1 r
spohtles is reid)' to face every and the faith v S.mmr Catarrh. consider it I _
peril to once delivered the saints or t highways. and I a household blessing.. Bath the affected parts 'with bo*
meet death for the message of Jove and sal. .tak advantage of any technicalities. Better 4' Mr Kate Bohn 1119 W1l1oughbr' Are., shall never. b*'without Pernna." cleans.tile
vation which burned upon his Ii". ten thousand times a controversy thai It bas been claimed by many that instead Brooklyn N. Y.k write: For tboae phases of catarrh peculiar to water and CnOcnra Soap to ',
j Nor ii'.the reason for this r.dil'al'ehanJ8 to have thi* important part of the gospel of abandoning routes on account r -When I wrote you I wag troubled with summer Peruna will be found efficacious.. surface of crests and scales: and soften
toMucount for. Those timid and continue where U now i* in the estimation of the character or quality of the ronds frequent headaches, dutey,- strange feeling Peruna cure catarrh in all phases.. and the thickened cntlcl Dry without _
.blundering men had received a divine sf- ot so many good people. W'may well afford nnder in the head sleeplessness, -sinking fref- robbing,, and apply Catlcara Olat1\
flatus-tl-ey bad Men revolutionized in to seek all the light that is ."available the General Government should!; togs faintness and numbnese. Sometimes It yon do not derive. prpmpt and satisfactory ment freely. to allay Itching, Irritation
wind and heart and soul by urrection from the dead. To the There those thank and maintain writ.. at> to Dr.. Hartman. giving a _
gifts of consequence, are Constitution improve "my throat after every meal snd-iny.oW- once and lastly take Cation Resolvent' to
added JUt Holy!the Ghost which' they .....ived was God, who 'feel that the authority of.. the tbepe roads .. post roads. These critics I '.la were very' irregular.. full statement of your cue and a* will 1*. .bOot and deans the blood." This com _
indomitable assurance of' the church is 'sufficient warrant for the doctrine .' "I wrote yon for advice :and I now pleased ,to, give you his valuable advicegratis. local and constitutional treatnaent
triumph of their divine do not bent to realise that s* it Sa I plete
Master -
of but is that
over detth the church, that authority tak pleasure in informing you my ----
and the grave. Th .Lord' resurrection not universally recognised, and it surely the Intention to extend rural dltVeryorer'ibo improvement is very great indeed. I did Address Dr. Hartman. President affords Instant relief permits rest sad :'_ _
was the dominant doctrinal note in their will be no mortal tin if people amid tbeu entire country,as rapidly ccpotsit.le not'expect to improve so quickly after auf Th Uartman Sanitarium. 'of'f sleep In the severest forms of ecsossa _ _
thinking and their teaching, and wherever infirmities respecting religion demand other this would soon imply tl-nt teeing,for five Jong-yeara., I am teebng Ol o. and other' Itchlnjr Darning aDd scaly -
they went they bore the witness of 'eve considersUops in support of belief in the bomoara of the skin scalp. and blood. '
witnesses to the fact which they ao boldly risen Christ. Are other considerations! the Postofflce Department would have NExT BEST CHOICES.Mr. and points to a. speedy, permanent and
df'f' Although they had known there all roads, as 'FIXING .HIM. :.-' I -
Jeans forthcoming Are reasons which justify to maintain practically Br'yniU economical car when all den fails ,.jtaDtar !_ _
and had COmpanied! with Him 1nTTmaU timidity on-our part la there a sosluciou .town, counties and States would soon "I am undone said the hero. Coyne-Ah. sweetest ":
associates for several their that somehow if couIH: one, may I b\\ ., : t- ;; \ :
years spiritual w* fully 'what ""That's all right." replied'tho Til' your captain,and guide r,
themselves they _
perceptions were, dull' until the last and know of this matter our creed would be ceaso to do for 'your'' bark down the I':': : I;::: I _
sea of lifer ' ,;
they understood not His oft rep.steJ! saying wonted? Such..questions may seem te be could get done for them without direct 1&ln'19 a sibilant biasing 'Wl1I.per/); I 'eo ..:: .
that lie would ri.. from the dead. Hut prImary' to tbON whose faith ta mire an4) expense to themselves.! Such a condition 111 soon do you up again."" ,. Mrs Bermor. (a wI40w'No'but; .f_. _."" !

aa soon as thejr are satisfied of His resur they. may appear 10 be hardi;( justifiable .t of a(fairs' would be manifestly ab- you can b*.my'second mate.:-Detroit
rection they, all) com to the front ready this late day but people will think even: Free Press. -
for the fray for the mi lurd. We believe most thoroughly that 4 .-
eager honor of flpre- though they think wrongly, and theyare "
"It's bard to louse one'nl&UTe..
senting Him in every land and willing to the victim of a inutnlTe or a iniunder.standing .- .the General Government should bear .., '
endure every harHahin for III. eanaN8t. *.- it is a human kmdnea* to lead Its share of the cost of developing the said the poor man, 'insinuatingly,:. POOR GIRLS '
Paul on Mara Hill !. an illustration them to a knowledge of the truth What -
rood of this country Into a condition "Hard? ,Growled the millionaire.
,01 the tenVner' of the system "Poor ,Clara!
Apostolie Church. He is the case of the resurrection of JesutTOf -
ft similar to that of the great European "Why. its almost impossible!"-June
thoroughly imbued with the certainty of course the disciples believed that Hs Why pity Clarar -
the Kater story, and hesitate not to surely died .a conviction which is now "nations. It should do this in a Smart Set. - "She married a genius."
preach it throughout the missionary Jour shared by everybody, the Hebrew people manner that would tend not to 'para : -
neys when he so rMendidly served his themselves If .is disposed "
office not excepted. ens ;
as the tno.tle to the Gentile.. A* we think to quibble over the story of the Say.jour' lyse but to stimulate local efforts! either.I GRIPPE HURT J KIDNEYS. '

of him in the' Grecian capital we can only. passion and to suggest that perhapsthe through tbe building of object' I.on Readers

winder at The ralmnes and courage with Son of :Alan did not die, h* should be oads in all parts of the country or. : _ _
which) he met the ordeal wfaich he had de referredto medical expert, who will tell through co-operation with The lingering result of La Grippe remain with the kidney. for a lone time1. '
liberately sought. What a striking picture bna that if Jesus died of heart fracture it I better They fuller from over exertion and the heavy drags of .Grippe jnedl 0 YOU KNOW that spring ,HIM I:.

be '. .. n" stands on Areooagu. facing thechief was only n.tural.that. the water and blood States or counties provided' for In cine*. Doan'a, ,!Kidney PlUajovercome! ,this condition. ) Is dressed '
intellects of the classic mrtropoli and flowed from Hi. aide when the soldier' the Brownlow bill tot the extent at bere.a.a ntu' a
speaking with undaunted boldness of the spear pierced the pericardium. It is-new 'least of constructing and maintaining ,. AtTBO*&. Niw :Mexico. -I. receivedthe Aching backs are eased Hip,back.and vrur. .

risen Jeu. The sun-browned traveler a simply' preposterous to. impeach the genuineness of Interstate highways free sample-of DoanVTCdney Pills loin pains overcome.. Swelling, of the -
s trunk system great NOT the life
stranger. a strange land lie knows that of the Lord' deatli. The outcomeof which I ordered for a girt nine years old W enjoy ,Oy pI (
b. I. in-th centre of the very l>e.frn* tm- the cross was not a trance. Tho Redeemer from which would branch off the that was suffering with, bed wetting and limbs and dropsy signs vanish. about it '
fImtoandhele.rle.a of it* rrjuflicea "taated death for every man." Stste-mnlntatned roads, radiating fnton fast. The pills acted They correct urine with'brick dust sediment ayin .
she Improved
of and the subtleties of an.l ridicule .. he had been. If the Lord really died. Is It a fact that which would be the less importanthighways directly on the very bladder in'ber' case and high colored pain In pasting dribbling t by being-zomeb., ..
prisons Syria. his hitherto He ? Medical
; hsd.prepared. him to apnreciat training the rose upon again the story His decease can pronounce so maintained by the counties stopped the trouble. .r. O. Lcciao.BATTUI .' frequency, bed wetting. Doan's WE WANT you one of ,bi :

sight on Which. be ...&ed. In him tim cml- legal expert will pass: upon the story oi and towns. 'it i* high..time that this'matter' IGdney Pill remove calculi and gravel .
isslions ol Jews, Romnn and Oreelts me*, His resurrection. The testimony. is all in. : should be considered In Its CRIME, Mien.-My husband : WHITE STAR ,
ana hft had appronriated the finest limits Shall it be permitted to stand? Chriatian. breadth and plans prepared for a truly received .the sample of Doan'a Kidney TOlleve heart palpitation, sleeplessness,. BUG
of each. Hi;. attainment enabled him to need not hesitate to allow the matter I Pills and baa talt n-'wo'more boxes: and headache, nervousness, Izztn.... :,'\ a large
pea the, difflfMiUie- all the more plainly. .hih i* so supremely sacred to them( to national highway' pystein.. '-Cood Xtoul.I' .. feels like a new man. He 1.a fireman! on ,."W'9. '
EriclcntTjr a. JICT.rew, hi. would be dealt with fadiioa. If I provotobs-.
nationality in this they I' Magazine. the G'rand Trunk R. n., and the work i* FREBI
inak >t harder for him to, win the respect choose, they can go reverently the Supreme ,.7' ,." I'' .. : : :Mrs. Gsxx OITFOBD.PUHY IDoancT most !
bard the
of hi, nearer.. Conscious of this handicap Court that will review. the stimony. I a .,.....*.IIeBt's flood Hands.'. \, I on ,IJI F Man this :tyla 8,.
lie would feel the weight also of the of the Easter witnesses. All that they I rfff//i.-y WRITE US TIme ><
quer.fri For' the amount of spent no trial of ,
Mad,* bias whir! Inn ward would ought to ark i. that the tribunal hall bo money ,- W. VA. -t The free couponwL ou ,_ _" _ _
surely evoke. It was probably his l first. visit absolutely fair and honest in tho. application .. Jjttate is making more rapid advance' ')oon'. Kidney Pills acted so well with ; ___ J- Pills? with your of your < ,

to thi., seat of enlightenment. Its farfamed of the laws of evidence. \Vlie are.the .than Connecticut |n' securing good. 'no. I wrote llooff, Limo druggist at Point. '-.k_ a. CUIT*... rossases.aty.sre. ; With kind regarda. >'. :,
glories which he mad loni: sine Ue- ..witnesses and what is their "reputation roads. Coustr ?l nliTeftvltU the Pleasant scud mo three boxes wtUi the I'for free .
aired to-see were now before his eye in for. truth and -veracity.," Inasmuch a* two-thirds result I have gained weight, as well as % .Lv..Ls'4 ,trial. .box. ;, Jltlanta: Buggy
all their bewildering splendor. Fie had :beir.namrtive i I. extraordinary in its character towns, but the State I>nys entirely rid of my kidney trouble. My: Co. Sao*!*...T.' .;

mastered its language and literature and they jnus -expect -to submit toithe -the cost where tho town has 'over a water had become very offensive and con. ruiEOSIflfl m* tn trial bo Dean's Eldaw

now he walked on its streets looked upon moal rigid examination. They will stand million dollars of property taxed and Mined a. white sediment, and cloudy. I MALSBY &Co
Its 1'0pul.tionJu.d upon object. made the test. The apostles and their followers > 2amn. ,
throe-fourths of the the cost in towns six and seven times '
would have to up
rare in intereafand celebrated in who for and
were people integrity elision '
in L song. visited..i its. aifctuariei: !. ..fend epicor itsrnnom. have never been surpassed.,! Is'ot- only I were' where the property is below a million during the night and then the voiding 'Poakl!! -.:.... ., & 41 sogth'Iofjrth'SL! AL1 ,1SLEiiginBoI1eflSawMiI1s -tA _
met; iu tninkers and artists and Lbcy the incarnation of honor and piety dollars. Thus the poorer towns receivemoat would dribble and cause frequent'attempts ,
_ _ rrtlized the beauty and the power of iti but they are entirely trustworthy on every. help, yet tho richer communities but thanks to bonus Kidney Pills, stato I ;.,
lira! and thought. From the time that lie account. They investigated the matter -with the net and'j they have regulated all that and I cannot ""I 1 .
to comply
_ _ disembarked at the pi"r.hi. attention was with the utmost care. Although excellentfolk are eager Vialse them too much. ..'l.u.A.. LAKBAM.' MwUcajl Advice PtrlctI7 CcsftlutJjTh.L.uWdlasCIus .-
- 'constantly arrested by) the monument and may be deceived, by others and even to appropriate.their share.of the cost. .
hiines, of Athens, and all the tokena of by themselves it'is impossible to suppose Since 1885, when the plan was started I \\100
The It Go...
its genius and culture hat. these men were the victims cf either 102 towns out of the 1C8 in the I Way,
- OLmonument4 the new religion ha* yet form of deception. If 'the :Master had appeared State have complied with the law. and I "It was over-Allegash; : the other

_ _ bad scarcely one. It was still in the days: to them all on only a single Cca'IIion day for' the first',.timejn four year*,* cE Rues RoMbMt' hrtshtaM IMTfc '
of ita poverty. Churches and cathedral there might be place for a suspicionof have commenced road Improvement..j I ; < p u4
_ _ and eiirlnwinrnt were matters of fhe fut. their' absolute' accuracy", : but they saw the results of,which are already/ ,quite said the Kohaclc .Philosopher, Just'.a', H
Portable and SutttosMMT
ure. What could. St. Paul excL in re- Jesus many times alter Ins resurrection remarkable. During the post two years bit sarcaotioally "i>nd I found mr':
_ _ spnnae to Ii. nronouncetnent? Th ambassador'of . they. hIke with Him they ate and drank nephew, Luther."'and. bis' eaUmablCl.Ife
-138 miles of road have been practicallycompleted.
_ _ Christ understood that he had with Him, they even put their finger into ; :
come hither a* the legate trom the courts the print of the nail. The list of witnesses The change In Conditions still squabbling/ over' the. same 'Hires _

'of heaven to the seers and echolar of this does not consist of two or 'three of travel is becoming fully appreciated question that' they, were quarreling ; .

eat of learning to* resurrectionof : names but includes at least 000 person. throughout the .State and there is about. when I was there before. Theonly Rootbcer _
Jesus Chrut from the dead. lIe was face The church i* still another witness. Hel : AND jLL( KINDS OF MAC lMU'-
_ _ to face with the clever scions 6f the highest organization, her beliefs, her sacraments, pressure each ;year for increase of the1 change that-I was able to detect was drink,la(old .
intellectual Culture known to antiquity her unfailing testimony from the beginning appropriations One,very Important result that while In' the first place they, or Mmi mrjwtera. t>rMU - Complete Sal carries lit ssse >r, _

bard by were the temnles of Kumenides: and to every generation that the founderof I. the training given town officials appeared to'' know jphat they .werelanglinc A I<** MM<* *. -- /jrirrJA TJT***> Mt,. ,
_ _ and Theistic, the Propvlaeura! of the Acrops. the Christian religion came forth from and B.MMMhlDr7lx>wMrrt .sad tTanss> ____
out Ume
In the art of road construction )> bythis they 1J _ _
_ _ a the tempi of victory and towering the dead i. worthy of tile utmost con( dero ._
'above all from It. lofty pedestal. was the ation. Th results of this Easter creed repair. so that old. -worthies, methods seemed to have forgoten what theoriginal csaa.I.IbsiCs. __ Write u* for catalog, >*Tlc *Vetc. _

bronze eolouus! of Mine...... Well might shoa'i be reckoned with,.for the doctrine are being given imp and, the-towns are bone of contention was, and 5- 1.lnrLr&,' ., before buyine.AFOO. 'P -
h. assume that Btoics and Epicureans and of the Lord's resurrection lies produced getting more for their money. were I quarreling monotonously along::' :
other thinkers would a race of-men women and children who are -
but h* did not flinch.ttempt while his' he overthrow .:\-. the very flower ef the human rac*. It has In securing the co-operation of practically without any way of knowing' .when, they" fAPUDINE. Courv make Penal* PU1

_ _ Bounced a religion .. yet without influenco brought forth all that is best. cad worthiest. all the towns and in arousing had finished.f strong ?<

or art or literature, with scarcely a com In every Christian \country.,' general interest In rood Improvement "Well..when my appearance Interrupted . CURES Stomach ( *
fortable is .
What the
resting for ita reasonable resporise
place Hnriptures and
it. sacraments. In hi. manner, i this testimony? It cannot well be ruled throughout the State :the Connecticut them Lutbir.wa*. startled to AND for twooaat.pLkln .
there are no indications that he .bowe"er'l out. It cannot be discredited. It oeserves plan seems to have surpassed the State see bow much thinner: I.bad grown In'fo wrapper, wbookolvalnabl H _

l-_ acimi* of any special advantages. ! something better than the Scotch verdict or county method as practiced/ In l' years. and hI. wife was,sutonlsh Indigestion: Uoo for both i* !
not be otherwise, for he had liinnelf seen. 'not proven." Although"We do not rely Massachusetts and in New emse.;The : And ,
tbe rla en Jesus and he could Hcrefcrer upon the fore argument for arousing ed at the ,way I had grown fat lop 115 and Soc:. at Drugstores. Corny.. P 0 o*S ,
not be more certain of the hinin< sun than Interest and changing opinions is worthwhile weak point of the Connecticut aystem' 'at 1t they went quarreling over that.> Jaskeon P'Is.

h* .". of the truth of the Oo,pe?which ho to show that the church's creed i. baa been the lack of connection' between and the original question was' shelved
preached. It was this unalterable convic supported by ample and adequate reason the improved sections of road kTIJRWJ'- CURED WITHOUT CUTTM**, "
for and all.
I feeling
tion which sustained him even on Mara and that faith ta the resurrection of Jesus the good came away iCANCEH' :____
Hill while h* discoursed trf the redemption 1. not blind (credulity but the acceptanceof but this fault I. dlsappearingwith, amply repaid for taking the trip.. a u.s IM Plies.l '"a. _
.I accomplished! by Him who died and row an historical! tact which' is duly verified new constructions mad ,;yenr by year. satisfaction to know ,that you. have\ -latin.. note I C.r* .. is( I_ _
again. lie was not splitting hair tell. by the canons of historical certitude. MCD1CINK
done a helpful act. and I expect I cUdW8m' 84f
ill Bullrtlns, .,...
tog fables nor playing!! with metaphysicn. Human nature doe not cnango eaten Queer Brltlab Flees :3f tm**. "
H* upheld the risen Christ to challenge at. tally., The need of to-day are not,very There'are some places with curious\ a. great favor by, breaking the
tention and support J"! truths and win the different from those''of' 2000 t 'year* ago. t will\ monotony,' and, ,giving them something -,'
sour of hia distjntfuinlied, audience. The gevpel which' 8t....Paul preached m. names In tbe United Kingdom; '
r- to wrangle Smart I
-,- .The 'basis of St. Pajl's confidence ss a. Athens he would preach this day in Greatr be seen on reference to tbe,PostofflceGuide. . BEST .FD THE BOWELS
apottl Christ is the only basis of confi Mew York if h* were beret .'Meant and ." Th- following .places, "'WithlIamel Set. "
dence resurrection" is the and triumphant V \ I
in believing. Tb tint Christian the bleated; readers.will
werNEaster enthiuiniU Their v theme. How' grievously I that significant our ,
.belief. in the resurrection of .Iesu hjd word of God'Is needed not only. for the up- be: found In the issue for I thl. year ft\: HIS WAY., ..TO' COURT. Ui1

much to do in making them worthy of veneration loldins of faith but for-cherishing! and ,Hospital,\Orphan Homes Hydropathic. ,Well," said the young lawyer '."1
as the l st among. Uod's family of strengthening hope for an eternity of felic..-.The "Ward.' Batb./Nnrsllns. ,The Chart. W.Wk. ,
may first suit .yesterdayand .
.saint. All that had 2*,n written concern ty and bliss Of arrant infidelity there .is pleaded .' -
ing the Son>> of Han they. pondered with now eompacatively: little but there is meet Great Chart. Cottonpbeet.; Wool. won lt"Ton> -, '
ptaus devotion but they never forgot that nquestienably st least '*.partial failure'toM Screen .Shelf, PU)., ,'Jla.., 'Sw.Uow. don't Air I 01.0v'a

H* cam forth alive aaIn from chI *rve. quite sure ef the soul'. immortality Therrofpect Lansing.: Sound.' Salt: Steel. num. "Tes congratulate me old I'm .. CATHAHTIS -- -
; man -
They would thinlc o( Him ".. the Son of of everlasting life la not denied -
cale. -
Gravel Stones Mumps, .
t. Burn :engaged to .Miss Love.?-Philadelphia fe
Mary tHey of His ehiiabocdfcarsj It. is simply not i Many a heart is .-'
they would stsdy Hia aa/ing and saying. 'Would that I might( be certain ofit 'Knock', Great Snoring( ?Healing.! Back. Press. ._ _____ "Ip '- - t. '
Ilia works; they we>il 14 contemplate Hi t aU/v It I., suppose.that Hand Ua1O;.Le..., Eye .:Tori rue 1In4 ' -- a -
offering and death, bbt alway" wulll the multitude who are not actively associated Coldbackie Tongue-rwbich last.eodds '
they include with the church believe in im mortalty STUART'SIU.L.CINandBUOHU
Hill and coronation.
_ victory nrc
like'' symptoms in I1 n &; .
."Wltb great power gave tbe apostles wit .. If they look forward to aa endless'>. complicated .
nest of tho resurrection of th. Lord Jmnsd rose' beyond: the hill ef tune tatjrwoiild English.-The,. Lancet: ;,: GUARANTEED CUKK fae all bn M *esbtes,pmSUHIa. bOfleSS tad brsstb
.. great grace was U pea them itH"Thaptfstouo speedily change their attitude toward holy t "- ., a a bi.e .wind.S it.seesseeb.biOSI.4 Wwls foul month haaAaclM, tad4INStDiI. pti pas ,,
f church I. a ,.model! ,' not only innatter thipgs. i And j if tb*, whole company of :: To ill wntt mfferior; to the friends 'of these mmix after e.tan5.; Syse tisebi.. Uow Un aed ilmmi*m,- Wkes yog h weIs*on
ef and doctrine Chrmt'a di.oip1tswtiw-to-1ay bold a. they Th* Jerda.- who enftsrwtth Kidney, Liver.Hsart, Bladderor es.Iesiy ye.or.e&ei' Cee.tIpsee Stile-more psopi.then alt other dies....tog.thS'. iw
polity mage 54 : ; ln Blood DI_. . bottle of .I1a&n' stares ebreet .Lln.enes sod bog f t4 attsr wSat iis Mart ttlscscasTs
'ai. of tbe of "Jesus and the The (edai'i'.course! _:a xstrafflit a & .pl. years g you.
gospel ;
of -
u the it ought:
relvien type spirit '
Gin...d 3uehu the gnat soatberst Kidney end 5.4ay.Cse gee ash and stay wail n.m yes g.e your bewe
an4,faith. It was IJTo-emuiiefltlv. an EaMorOiorstIo. ," there would be another ",4It.. line'' is _only sixty miles. Along; Its. Liver Madidne will b*seat .h5Take sat advIce, start wtth Cascaists today u.der .Osofuts uor.ntse t. cu1*
.., PiUed with LbS HOlY: JhoU. (wet and the 1I kingdom tied' dear Lion! stream It\ measures ao fewer fJJa 13mU..U _\.. Mention _.feB' 0ISOS ,.fuod.d.- The gssutae tak.t .tamp.d C CC. Messy s54 In buiM.. Samapis.ktst
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|>>l nlo syt Hounaiasia recently and a I *. /I1 .

r >TM lo ,*1 editor ID wrU'.rxa. about it says .I, JUSTICE op THE' PHAQB ANOTABV So Try a Bottle' of, ROLLINS' COLLEGE C. Corsets: "

,It, "was the best' behaved fin roost oj. PUBLIC STATS'AT LARGE : and r, ..,'.
d'rly crowd we have seen a long .
time. W" lulled to see 'a, .drunken MARRIAGES A SPKCIALTY "

'.: An on the Ri-ound during tbe entire Office on Stewart Avenue, v WINTER PARK 'FLA. Exclusive

,4..,." \Vliat's' the mater with! thdse KlSblMMEE, ', '. '. FLA. ,. designs and , -A
Sunday! "rhool l"( down: that wny--*- ;

Palatka_ News.Nothtog .Notice. o( Applicatiaii--far Tax latest fashiou-r,

there atallwiththeSundayachoolover brother. The aforesaid TDccd ''Under Section 8 of COLLEGE able model
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1D CURS Preparatory SchooL'I Music School,1Art anti!\1p-t todato ,
bra perloaical sober spells stylestoselecf.: vi

'fCOTICK. Jr.!: IS purehaerof'ani.l HKRKBY GIVEN THAT Tax Certlrt-t. MWlllnoil. School. ... 'JSchool. l of Elocution: ,. from. 'Made

1 The Happiest Womaniz rata No. Hr.'dmed Iho 8r.1 dig<>C Jiilv*.n IWW, Q from selected

Is the hard working one. Tho bent satisfaction made ha'l flted upp'fcii'loli*)O>I eertfl"in clood mjr la ullloe I"uo'n and senor h.. t -I Biislness. School" ,, School of Domestics andTeachersClass wear;:-w ell '

oomes of service pel-formed : dunce with l law. Said eertieeeteumbr.eealie I fqbrfcsandevery II
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fnilowlnii deiorlboil illuated lu O c I .
;: Only |tisaeceniary to keeirthe bowels : oM cnuiity Florida l<,-"'iw ..-We defy the world to produce a m' : i pal ,\ I i tI

J regular and the organs active.:There's 1 11wyl I raid of 1 ImiM 84t"4of r Kectlurt/l.e.r./.,.'T'p2S8RZ7K.Tlio d al the date.of : cusp.of all forms of Kidney ( I has our liberal '

.toothing Hke Dr. King's New Life Pitls the Unuanco at Such r">tlllcai. In the llama, . and Bladder, troubles;and diseases W., F. .BLACKMAN J=>JH. Dr -PRES.C. :. guarantee. r I
f of Th.i Florid t'u."hern K R. Co. Un>I.< ..
for that. They render service ifeotly. aid oertcd ei.apoordlnv" peculiar wouien, that ,will!! equal --, I Ask to see ;' '
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jet ,,thoroughly.. SCr,. at, O ceOla1Tiarraaey. dajrof,liiw,tax,luuo.d Ml A.will I). 'IWU..,'./"0 thereon on. the ;mail/ Smith>) Sure Kidney Cure.. Ninetyeight . ,- them. :, \/j. 1 r

'Y ., .,...., IWitneul. my .molal' '.1 tiahtre\ and per .cent of the case treated with ""' ""'''''''''''''';+
4 Seal Ihl. Ibo 28th: d., 01 N.)' .
: .
'-- -
.1'. t I8. Smith's Sure Kidney Cure that have Co.

The-GaLnm vfileltuti16rltlaro enforcing .tU-. 'A.D..I.Clerk JNO Circuit. M. ,Court:1:t(. ofnmwila under our obae'rVatlonhave. boou Cured.' l A. . 1'l. C. BRYAN. IA.Cretary.r .' Kalamazoo Corset j

the 41qwMlaw_ ,,Ono! "blind County, Florida. We sell our medicine on a positive r .1tc1uelve: MICHIGAN '
W. B JOHXBIO i. li. < II :E :
tiger" wail cHUghb last weelc and By ? .
"soaked" for' 4 ,'
Tax will be refunded If.cure Is Sold and recolnmebded.b
of for

the.OeneraTnobei. latest grnjU-man;.t:DuTloik'of to ;;aubounco ala Is Notice Deed Under Application Section 8 of not Price effected.M cents and 91.00. For sale by Waters & 'Carson'Grocery .Co.O 'j IJ ( '. :tttaiifprd.MBS ::> ,

birnself a candidate for'._ Governor. ofF10rida. Chapter 4888 Laws. Oceol Pharmacy. l' 2 ..,.;..,.., ': ,
-- -
: '= Florida. COlilltlpated Bowel*. Wh01..I.a.' Retail Dealer l.- -- -- t
Nntlco b l hereby. .K'V'' '" tllnt John M. Bryan! To have' health : ,_ ..
the body
Worst. of, all Cxp rieucoa. -" rul'<'h."ror 1..x ( orlino.tu No. .r. dated the good G R. O E R I3S S -
.th once of Mnr. A. I' IWM\ linn lllo.l aald crrtltlIn should bo kept In a laxative condition, ,, .
1'1 Can aoylhlrc tie! worsn than Jo fccly .rata( in i1 illli't, nnd liMe made aiiullnfllon fu r1. 'S'
tft1l Ifofl ttrtaatte In arvurdance .."lih law. Haldomlll and the bowels noved'a' least once' a .
that every minute wl.U' be your last?* ombmrva the la,'lowing. deacrlbud that all yJr j .
day, BO poisonous wastes are ;
roiHirty, xltiialfd 4<1 Owoola omimy. Klorl.tB' : 1 ,
ilie1 1 !
Mrs. H.Hewoon .
Such of S.
was experience: ) .to-wll: JvK'4 of SE'! .4 Hi-oSI. T'' -MS. It :lit K': expelled daily. Mr. Cf. L. Kdwards, COUNTY AGENTS'' FOR .. A
: Decatur! Ala.. "rW. three7e'ar. 40 the avid laud b lag awmfed at..thodate ,
( of all liauaof of iin'h; comfloate nrMhonanu T42 N. :Main St., Wichita, Kansas,
'' ." "he form writes Indigestion,. londured' ineufferable stomach- ft' C)! B I Iarll.u.. Ilnleaa lo aald law o" deed-.tbullborodts.modan'orrtliiii writes.:." "I have/ used Tlerblne to II A f I CelebruTted Fertilizers I CRAT1SQRAiN i 2;,

palu will l laaue thereon on the 4th day of July A, Desolate the liver and bowels for the 1 '
'. sndbowel .trouble. Death seemed inevitable D lltil. $ T C. ;|
\MlucpamvofflnlnlMglmtiirt. ; Anti eat 4h1.latdx3yLJlaltA1)IMMI. past lev years,-and.found It a reliableremedy. '
'' . .._. Circular .nd Price: '
fchendoctors and all romedleefailed : .:. .. ,
: ; All :
at Druggists. -
At length X was:" Induced to try _" JNOIILAE, J50S :;?'r R 'Far.'sho" on Application. XIV -
clerk ClrriilM onrtOnticula
i Electric{ JJUtera a 04 the rcauVt was '''AL1. County Florida. Old papers :20c per hundred ,at the CECELIA" :$TOW ., $

r miraculous I Improved at. once and ,,tlr W. n. JOHXSTO.*.. DC .,**. VaaleyP.uygtte: o/llce./ fctitrq\ Noun Club.

'new I'm. nnnmletplv rvcovei-ed.: For ,-. -," I-IIDES Orator" 1 1I i
-- --'------ FURS
Liver Kidney, Stomach; ajid IJowel WOOL
_ i 170 Warren Avenue t
ll troubles Electric Bitters Is the, only I ' I (
n I j CIIIOAUO In.., Oct.: 22,1902.
. .. .. .
medicine. Only Lib..It's guaranteed by -- )o ...h",'". .... ' .' .. . f';
1IiIIii. ..D.M'W "",, .. .- -q. -- - I mr.:: -'. j! CountrySOduCe: a. For nearly fourvars 1 ufftmlfrom *
'Osceola I'harmacys,, i .Bpoc l1Y. II wsrianiruuldw. The doe. tl l lI

.....J I J : I tor mxixU'd on Hi*'ration as the
Florida]Araonjt; the bccoromlnj litany thtdxe'tor!,fociou is which tbe'nutl1 State Bank of Kissimmee c+1wss. """wwww. wb."""""" """"" """"" """"" """"" w tiM VN1dvv,9, I only way to (rrtll.. 1 I. liowerw, '4

: 1 HtroM ly olj'I..1 l W an o| !ratibn.Mr ei ,
of skeletons' that being:
) r arc -- ---- -- - litinl.ancr-fBlt ,Ii..lIt'l.U'tt"III..t.JI ani
uneartlied! at various joints. It is -- M.T --- "T.- fftII. SStSSSSESK, i w"I1... I I. fur Monte with a silk
+ reported that 5M}, skeleton of white : ----
a < ,
diNll4late l laoe ..tloc..l.
i. t >
woman H ] !

_ 4 ''persons near Punta have Gorda been duftoip and fifty in ono skeletons ditch week,, Offers to Customers Every Facility High Grade Whiskey kiln. to A M friendly a lK.ttl'Initftfist l4 Wine advised! of q ja

#; were uneartllt"
Cunlui fur me to try. end he did so.Ila'gnutobnprtveu.fewdnvaand.
also of white persons who seem t.Q' ..Consistent with Sound Maiingcmcnt. j
.11",8'q- buryicd from evidence .
found about' 18l.i.lbgetrttnge: part of ----- '-- my mxirerj wa\cr" > rapid.

the business that these bodies seem' Personal Attention to All Business Intrusted to .Ue. '-0: eighteenwe.'kr, I was another
Leing i
"i to have been buried at one time all' Kentucky ExchangeAND

4 lo a Jbeap. ,, There' Is evidently much .
_ ,M .uawriUen history younectud with these T 'B.C..AR-.S.Oit.C" .
Ji. 'DlNt'---V
.things In this ''state.-Ex. AS..H'JW.J ipR..1 .

. t j'I I .. .. .:.. : .. . :- : : ...' --
,1 5:Drowning, sufrocotlop\ 'st.langula'.1tloo : . -- ... ..4' Air. Muwe's ktter ,ho..., every
:: ::
and the suspension of lifw .. ),: E. H. 14Il3BY ,
produced IC IE :E ; women; )how A hofui, l I. siuidwiml by
by the various polsiocs tho 1'IANAGltN .. .
I -.-- +I feuiali wi' blood are all)' varieties of asphyxia/ : .. .
Wine _ which signify absence of pulso. Tiifi.1 DR. 'MOFFETT'S. cures cnoiera-lnrantum, I .'
r i !(<* brinua' hrulUi and happiIHWI -''
proper treatmentfor.ueh. ; --Casf'II.and Dlarrhota,Dysentery and I I ,now have the largess stock of Wines, Whiskiesand : apnin.: K, not po on suffer .
'much besides, Is given "Accidents," 1 the Bowel Troublu of Been ever handled in Kissimmee. All in {. do; to >.>ur lnitfi.riHt today 't t
one of the series. of medical handbooks Children of An/ Hgt and spniiva el.00 bottle of Wine |
being issued by The Mutual i.ifo Instir- Aida Digestion.;RcjuUtet __ grades at prices-.roit the times. of CanUii. ;H;;.

,,' hereCompany of NwYor&: The j the Bowels'
& -r i book will be sent on request} to any ;vJa oW
'y5 +''- who address the Ltouo Olfica of Hit; t TEETHING Makes
'j. tETttlNG POWDERS) :J""tTG .W
CowpanyrNew York City. I EASY. TRA. 'SPECJ.A.L'I l'4,'

,, '.t'i'' ,--- =" - --- Costs On y25c at Druggists, or maD 25c to c.l. at OfftlT,BL D., St.'Louis, M _

: i otlce of Application) to JSell. Cures Eruptions and' Soro.. CO I Hlver' and Thr sh. Removes and Proven ,- _

; 'ro,. Real Estate. Worm.. ThTJITI3IIIA.: :: : : : COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOME "A7: E. _BHARDKN Proprietor. \
.J '
:i ,t.' oti1ti, i 'berehjr .Iv"n t. an hnmfoartirn may' ..
i8 that tbntnoenlsriiM., !. Brj,rani a.1tf -, - ----- -- '
------ ----
:'d- a.tn1..'tW.rni theeatnurn4.4.dabr4alirerdl-. N
r ,') a i.dl1." make apnUf'Ktimu, .M I"II.I.| .] (he .. .. .
\ lit'/iff July, A. I' IVU-I tu the UfuL' V\ K,. --- -- ---- ,
'IJI' *.....juj Cviai''tf .\. ff sQiiesril. County '
t><...tKb.hnm..4e.44| ()unty. for anittlmle 1 .ccocr oooocoeI
.r'U aril lIt priVUte pyle In or lu part 1A t
foUflwlult de.edbed. ..\ut.. ttutcilIn. said j I EASE _
<(.<,0"' "'?' rt.wll! ?! BABY
ew'/S NKitnt dwrl.iti In T' .2y'r R. 00. E Pi. T. BUTLER I II ) Do not Le d .. f
f ,X crib1K! of N El"; au 7'*4 II K. :!l K. and I Fart lullof lc< : C vi-rtlie a $' ) 1, '
.. .4 of I.up'er Broa. ButdlvJ.lo. oH-S e' $u ctl<... THe Best Spring and Summer tJO.oo.: 1'11111
:ay lu T'pmSR'" .tale.'sT'htyJltadeyptluueA.M t... Ibo iwun being Ui.. prop Medicine for Babies Q. CHildren. I A I bo. IxxiKlit 1
\ P 1100.".. ; '. t G WINES. BRANDIES ikvtlt-rij
;J, N C. BIU'AX, Spring and Summer G
grave: dangers to babies and children. :!er WC
5 AC 01 A"tnlnl.'r".r J(l"b a. Oltvar at L.ceued the F.taa. Thousands of little ones die el bowel troubles brought on hyentlnir .. t L. WHISKIES MOya u.a..o... ,... i THE NEW
"t PvANh- ; '*CNEW", unripe fruits Te ctablell. etc. Serious renuUs often follow slight : .L
i t u 'AUorneyr -" III? 1241, 'derangement of the dlcestho organs. JJuby Elise IH the safest uiuet I Tho Furl ( 4
-1":" -- . I -- sw effective oDd best medicine, for all glomacli and bowel troubles of I E E WMiUncHA of /

f I babies and children. Pleasant in taato-child rnn like It. .i' CIGARS AND TOBACCOS t .I)oul>lo 1V |

;Good Health i t. -- I'II'ollle( ]MilnH ( ;!:t
; the ...'.t l-; I

,"Q, 'and':' blood are 'Inseparable. _If' I your druggist;: hasn't it, write to the .manufacturer, l Anheuser-Busch Beer I I Wrl'te' (for 1,:

.;> i;:! 'T0"Mood) is bad your health must suf. ]1 T. P. MARSHALL.: MA.COK. CA..Ad. AT : we !& k
'fer'Poor blood allows the body to lose .. O'N 'DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED I
f about flu 5 FREE GOLftJING } .I
WtaHtY vat "ff *. Lo 1fl
1' &II a pour fire under the THE NEW :
'.;;' **;boiler,allow* thai.steam to run down. ._ Jo _

__ ,' diem poor blood to Impure blood is but Can only be found In Kissimmee on Broadway 0 21 Union Sq. N..V :

\ ;a .f step andlmpure blood is mother to a Street, at .the BRICK' BAR BU LDING. 'lit.Low.M.s.i ,
'" f large. percentage ,of human lib. Dr. -- 0 0 \
,Ha er''I iron Tonic is an antidote for _ !
both poor""and; Impure blood for it is ATLANTIC COAST 'LINE RAILROAD ;: CO. N -- Citation h ---

:,ftoth c a builder*and purifier_ a ,food R. 'T. BUTLER N

.."< jtoA a medicine; ,It Is the -beat 'ccnbivflrtMrtioir SCHEDULE IX EFFECT APRIL, 190>. I In County Court- .
''' of the kind known, to medical .Iyttt4 Coiiuijr I IWhoreIN !

j, f-) psnce! and, Its success for nearly half 7311.4(1 atop(8l': L" .. . ...... ... .. .. ..,BTATlltM..laiupa .*. .... ....... .... .. ........ .' lOa:11a 10S.\p)IA J) Viiirt[ fur IxlK. MIMOII r" :: )
aib..uandahof medical endorsement by ID la 11 (17 p I.v...... . . .... . .Plant t.11,..... ............. .. ..... Ar '110. 41p late of Knl.l. M. '.
men who have i JI'o40. liMp' .."........ ... .. .. .. ... LekelanuKrwlmmee ........ ...................Ar 6 40 a lip ".."....1. laiuol .,,1.,
:Msai.a uiabl. to find substitute.. .JLa1227p: : ArMCHp .. . .. . ... .. ... .. .. .... .......,... 4M" 74Tp x x : i a f t t ) + 1,7a IhwiuaiS), h.....
II eta Ar... .... .... .. ...
'i' '. I21qu 1 06. Ar :::::,:::: . : :: ;.Orlando.Sanford::::::" .::::'.::': : : ..::LrLr 4 a W 12a aIr H.I\ I all aid and d..o.aitiKiil.....,r t lb,Solicitor.'l
IJ: Mp 1 UP4loa Ar_:_..... .. .... ,...orecge ?
1 sop Ar,................ ..... ... ...DeLaud..L.CIty.Jguctloa..I....... 2. .2a.... 4 4 Mp Sip I Court liar; :, and. nnor fllu l>-t j-:::: 1 i
]6r. a aS P ArrAr ..... .... ... ........ ....". Talaika .... '. .....................Lr 11 SOp swp I MAYNARDLUMBER Co. the erantlng t.U...
A atp 7 wia ....... .... .... ... ..1"0.111..1.. ." 1110. i dip I 3 Ham Kill\ IMI icra ,)
40 .
ld. - flMtt my
..... SOTp\ Lr. ... .....................Ar 10 SSp .... .. I Cotiuty t .
.071' .. .... ... .....,... .........Ar .... ... (,SAL) Ma '
; : 7.00a 9 Mp Ar. ........ .... ............Lakeland.... .......:..............Lr 943p II 20p 6 SO a I|: Saw and Planing Mills j .
Ta 10 Lv. ......... ... ... I .
Tonic .. . wpj .rI<>w ..................L" 7 sop 0 l>0 a ---- -
: :,. 12 Ma Lv..t.. .... .. ...Arc.dl..L" .... .. ,
.... ,.t. 1 Me Ar.....,.. .... ....".... Pun la 00'''. ... ............. .. .Lr 4 ftlHp OAp '.. .
: .118" -818 Now in operation. Complete House Bills Furnished.

-'; -.S V::0 p ....A.. Lr... ...... ....... ......41. ..HTATIONH...Tamptt......... ......::.:' .......Ar--:';'. .... II ooa I Ytillow and,Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber o'f all1Llfidl.orERSIaEaoPT .
!""' "" I taspre Impure you snfnst the' msajrerOs reenlUnf ',7a0p. . ..:. Ar,...... .......... . .. Thouotunaiuia . ,.,..I....."..... ...Lr ....... 7a\)a era UNDER of ..AND.. BY .
'I : blood. Scrofula, plmplee, blotobee \ Dully Eieei Mende'.

:" .,": tsv diaonlara.'tnIObI.rheumaUam.I.. goat d...ipepela.... '4 cop II 1ft a K. ..... ..... ... ....:...,.. :................... .'. Ar 1o10s 6 ocp ::: : : : : : =4"' Judg.o'June A. D the WBlbr 71h: *' l !
; ebloroaU.
era a .
., or them; buttbeneateeterll. the sreateet I4ip 9'461 .Port1'ml.. ..... .............. ...Lr II 4.}. 4 40p I and for Okcoola (' ,
,4 e awMraf weakening of tbe whole 4AMp104'k UI..Y..PCleawab. ....... Wharf................ ..'........Lv lee. IMp LUMBER Co.annnnnnwmmmmnimmmmmnimmimiimmmg. Srr..eompialuao... :

.r. >.euaeu.wbtoh.aJtorda ..aa opealaiT.lor ever, '7 1Sp' '-- Ar __ ._.._......_....Tarpon Hprlnga ... ......., ......,... /." 7 BUa and V L. .." "" 1 v
offer for
tl. sake
2* ft 21 78' 4 Jo
J.. ; q itrlsC fa Onlr doe 01 the. t.IIoUUI4IIfII cr 8 mp 3 40p RSp Lr JackMmrlUe Ar 8 DOa 13 4Ap T sep 05p I.r Jarkaonrllle Ar II RIp caib. lieforethe
'hi ..,: ::'T.1..t n.:ben reeelnd: )0 flip 8 oup 10 20a Ar ,Waycro. Lr \I 4Oe 11 on* I nip 1H P Ar Yaldo.ta .. Ii- "lOtII' mee City, Florida ,
'.- < Jan.. lo. 1 l.SaSlJp'; 1 0 lp Ar'8av.anah Lr S Stla. 8 0>a f SOp 10.Ar Tbam....fe Lr ..I6| OH.
Daarott. Iaer..egg S2 a
jt "{ ' " ' " "
... _-_ rd .iacPr.Jae. '.Iron ToaJo. : .Etp. Ar Charleston Lr llU.'ia ft Mm ate.( Ar Montgomery Lr fwp MONDAY, THE
__ poeMap from a snTrmtnf-...- Ar Wilmington J.? ItMp Blrmlnitham Lr 4Ap : ,

'.......... ..At- oaths three botUee enOHmted all (mn raoavofMMwnioMnpletelr mj ,1 7 l IIII' 407arAr Richmond Lr S SLr '''' 4 /Mp\ 11 7IOp M)a Ar.Ar .N....* arPy--f. .*. *a 05 4Oa* J.., W. THOMPSON. m he the tame following belnc the 3f '
J.140p 7 Ma Ar Waahlntrton.( 8 4AaLr f Hop '
... haajtb. wee realorad. SIb a Ar Chicago Lr 7 sep Mlug In &h. .
+ '
1 lOa
ana Ar Baltimore *
*7Lr & 1 4lp -
a- Ail"a DJooSpurilHw Dr. Hartefs Iro TMiU ,t. ass 11 znp Ar blladelpbla 12 lOa: 11 lOa.. 7". Ar, 8t Loula 1.L.Sp- I UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 1 ..Id. p.rel""la"/ ,
Ir:t"FpeT>Nhd a I mMrhur ntoet aIDMn17.s troni'lulUrmian.rCunmrtam. .I I 0,. - 16e Ar New York Lr 6 see 9 one 'Tiii"7na a Ar Ar JAtDI..ln.YT; : 0aLr ,, : Tb.NK ori'iW 4CJ '

and the maoy weakened 11l5p or-= menolDi at NK
t.' ofo\1< eol11 \Uatem' P1"D4"by hnporer- d mm.4IAn.., 1." MODlItOID"'r"Ar Ar'4l7p E CAB Exsvu.AN3' ,nd rau theuoe R, +
Ar : :
!t' igood'. " -- ,.jUrp.rlM". Y s.a11, .. J.I; .obU. LrllKp l J,, :: COF'FINr9: == h.noe We.t 2.kl
lItO ttec.N Ara Slip MewOrlea's Lr 'tTHKOUaU.CAft .. '
4 : heno. Weal 70 1d.
. r EE Ladles and Gant:, Burial! Boies! -
place of beglnnine-
./... _... es.latliwl.ll ........) 8BRVICB. or less IBM lbs
>. --- ', .Tral.s$2ud/StarryPoll..tde.pore. tetwan Kew York Jacl<_YiU. and Port Tampa: NICE LINE: FURNITURE AND '=3 ids Railroad, .. It
Z"boUole ofljr. HO dlnln aerrlee through betweea ,..
car JaokeoBrllle and I. Cirri I dayenaehaa. between 4aek- E STANDARD above tracti of .
.teNa Iron..Toole bae;: ; snayllleand W."I.Pullman Sleeper tralni 78 sad U "between Jaokaonrllle sad MACHINES. == and \h.
.. : York .JackatMrllle. and Chicago without change. E ORDERS BT MAIL OR TRLKQRAPH: BX"of :
_ ',,_ ike ....... !-'*a eep.a, Coaat Uot _....... leare Punt Go"' for Fort Uyen:and Internwdlaie landlort d.. S GIVEN FaOMFT. ATTBNT1OV., -e=;;;:;:;:;:I !III E. eontalnrot of 1 sthe
frex- the
.. :
:: :::
Dr.Harteta.j. Hun-lay,7 m returning leare M .
aeh.Ytet1-mWie. ceps rere m. DOES
airirtni Funta Oorda 4 p. 1ft. BEPAIBI1G AlfD 'ACKJlfCL=::::I W]S 0' th. 8KU.': : ID 1
". 'tf4t tulf tf- ear Wert and Maya..ts.msra lss". Port Tampa I"Dd..tTe-sa,. and p.rd. '::::: V ,FUBMiTUKB. ,' .. .. . ;;;;;;;e i 1 containing,' le d s c,.
HAITCR MEDICINE CD.PAEY' Tbrongh Prill man sleeper between Fort. Tampa both Atlantic does Line :== j
THC Mi SDO Boulbern Railway.F .. ,AliEn FOR THK GEORGE W GLARE: CO'S MOXOMKKTB, ERADITOEEs S County riprirta, !
{i" 1MYTOtI, OHIO .e rell.. mmpkt5a.d "' mattort regardlag rata r .reatloua.eta,all on Coait MM AND 1BON FBNCK8.iuuuiiiijuiiuiuiiiiiuaaiiuaiiuauiiiuuiiiuiiitjituu.1. 'eraas nmolenl of sal.oa.h to pay .& '
-r y.t WeifA.MrwYwMQw_ MM Line. ticket, .svesM, .WSP.COLLlJlR: 1R. l"loloar-n..r Apst.Tsmp tTi.. -
Dr M.rrrr .
.rile -"', K.J.u..1 Ala Oenei FAuannger Agent. 1 1 r
7"1', :-" .. . BMEMOMi: Trmffle Mkaager, WaaUngUm. IC'. C. J.H.TATLOR.
; .. t .. v< CompUlaaQt'a ; i
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