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: August 21, 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: VID00086
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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": IMPRISONMENT 80MB'THOUGHTS ON\l' >ROaRE59.: THE :ORANGE CROP. Boy Poni.d W' .arlrSaranah uer 4.. '1 .. '.. l" :''....; ''1

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,. ---;-";- and well regulated governments, iomeelementary (;1..,. Auaust'1-4Ti11' ,.

Ms the Punishment' for Jett' and -no oba 'rt1rbl1e; principles there that
White as Fixedly the Vcr- regulations; whioe arV not Immutable, Boxes. Figures for tacit their 7-year-old son, who had been lo.It ,

,4lct Rendered In Tt lr but tttust-wndergo modifications to suit County ta the' Belt. for IIln.d.,.,bad been found..The 1 boy>> ,, wo'! .

i was found on Wares Island yeaerday ... If: .
casetil .
Kentucky. the necessities of the and .advanced
age she Arm
John 8. Arnold of the of John stark naked almost dsroured bymosquitoes .'1 'f:!
the nation.
condition of But
Cyathlaa, 'JK,.,' A1IRUI'"t'b.. In effecting these changes: and modifications 8, Arnold & Sons,, who has, recently' *, r\ Offers to CastomersConsistent ,LYee'y'-Fadity' I '

u'ry In the oat of, Curtis Jest add .we 'must ''remember that all made a'trip of the orange sections' of .The boy went in bathing on Warsaw Sound ManageJ, at. '

anas White eaargsd 'with the assasslaatloa principles possessed ofrue excellence'are i the State makes. the following, estimate at a pinle August t.'$. wandered up :

of Panes 'B. Maroum sIsakadn of the. .crop. this year b,counties: the beach after removing his clothes -

IAU, moPSidgireturn.d' 1'...- and doomed,resistance.Systems to meet with'opposition,, whether,) De Soto- County -t. .i.-I 8000,000 and the tide swept ,them out to Personal Attentioi to .U'.Butaea''.... . 1ntra.ted.. ; .'Ie. ,11'..:-:
j>diet of guilty, thing the punishment of philosophical. moral political or educational Hlllsboro. County; .'..,.'.'. .? ,... 575,000 sea. When he came out his clothes. ,;

.acb""'" Uf. inprlsaameat. The ....- that effect pur' National Manatee County..w.. ; *, 300,000 were not to be found and he plungedinto w N., B. CARSON. 6AtLNtttx i
diet was -returned when there wereiibut Polk. County .. .,. :, ..... .7.. 129,000OsceolaCounty. ,the dense -wood and, .was 10''.. .- \ .:'
polity, must expect encounter -
law' tpel'IODI.lo the courtroom. Influences adverse to their success.If .... ... ..."r''.-. 100,000 Since then he has ranged through the .

The oalyattorney present WM Conn such principles are destitute of those Lake Coua ,.40"", ..,., ...? ...., 150,000 Island and when found yesterday. was ..' '. : ,.,(,(J , ,.

'*,. Attorney Webster) Jett receivedverdlotwUb.oomparatlvelodlffen properties.necessary to sustain lit. Lee County .,......,....., .,- 125,000 seven miles from the 'point where .heleft' . . -
the Orange County; .. ., .. 150,000 his-distracted parents.: 13e wu 4 ;:
and to give an Internal. force superiorto \ |enoe and oalsnness. White. who has. the external they perishas Marion Count,..t......r.yJ' i 00,000 bettered hare been drowned.. Continuous .. THE, ': k,

|>t>een apparently under a severe straloauri. pressure born. Let Volusla Couat.1;(...,....,. j .., 60,000 search had been made. lor. hlhj .. ''to 'Ji "
as they are us
soon ap -
: Ir the up, and hi* ply the foregoing remarks to the. sys- Brerard Count;. ,,.... .,,.,. *, Oooo without avail.. 1 Kissimttiee Ice ;

|yes-lHIedwlth-tears.. Attorney. Oolden tern of public .Instruction In the State Alaohua 'County'.'.,.,.......... 32,000 His parents are devout Jewish petf Compy
stated that a' motion pie and regard his deliverance from
lfott.h. .defence of Florida. Putman County.::.; .:. 25,000 .
\110Dew:, 'rl.t l wlll'be:made as. soon | Many clue remember with--painthe Dade County ",,.,fV4AjT tM.", .-. ,< 10,000 danger-that'".encompassed him ''as a : Is''' ,Now Refidy for' Business. '.

.<..., po slble. The genetsl''oplntoo45eme ''. character. of our JU"bllo''lICbool. .from Pasco County..v.: .d..,. .. 16,000 miraculous answer'theirprayers.Robert ,. KJ
to'*>e" that the :motion will'' beoverruled 1868 to 1877 under the 'State superintendence Boattend,1..J..r. : ,,.... ..i..1. 60,000 L. Frlpp,.when he heard the W. B TAKE :TjHia,''METHOD, OF}INFORMING THfif PBO- |'*4

,'..- by theoouzt aad. .hat It will respectively' of -Thurston it -- news, Jumped'> '' Into a row boat and pie of Kisslmm'ee and' contiguous territory,that we. ari'nop. : I

i '''then go to the oourt of appeals Chase," Charles Beeober,' Jonathan C. :L: ..1185.000. rowed frantically IoThunderboltwhire :, manufacturing! a superior quality of lee and solicit the rpatr Mce. ; rat;)

:. The verdtoV occasioned. little sur1'prise Glbbs (.'negro) S.B.MoLIa.audWU4 Others who'have studied( the oondl- the facte were telephoned J to the city. ,' for the same'.., At a large expense;'"e have 'eQuippecl plant :> '
here after the deliberation of the Ham, .Watkins\ Hicks., The,:public tlona..c1&1m that the estimate. Is entirely The bo, : almost overcome with the best machinery that money could buy .and are highly ,!

..Jury.Jiad' beea.o prolonged. schools of that period were ,but little too'.hlffh,-and thus ed.. by 50,- ., Physicians; hurried to the lsland'andfi pleased With the results of the trial that has ,boen.(given it,thir\;

Tile only que.t.1oDwhloh c iL.e4ih. better than a farce and' the prerequisites 000 what a fair estimate'rwould. ; be of Is believed the> recoveryof ; week, We are profoundly grateful for the encouragement so far,
delay It Is' .said, was,,'that, of punish the boy Is'certain... Considering '
for the t.eacJt.i(1'')'' both as to the crop. given us and shall endeavorto merit,a continuance of Your.good. .
oinent-death or life Impri onmeut.;tiThe moraltone and !educational qualifications In some of the counties where"the his'youth; hardships and the lad's will and patronage by.straight dealing downweightandfirstclassgoods. .

', .. .Verdict. on the whole Is regraded as. a were at. a very low standard.- grove are being reclaimed the''' situation nakedness, his escape ,from .death is .' Tickets on sale after_to-morroyr and ,our) prices '

Tlotory for the defense air The pro iecutlon The ezamjnationswere: ; conducted orally Is difficult.4 to ,define. ;There' are almost f Incomprehensible.- :,, satisfactory. Free. delivery by our own wagon,or 'thajt'pf: Mr."' ;I,:;;;: +
asked that no-middle ground betaken I new trees coming Into bearing' M. Gardner who will handle product "" .fVeryrespectfully
and were no test of pedagogical many Cheap, ExoMraloas) our / : +
and that the men either go clear and In lOin. the this -' ; ,
knowledge, teaching ability or scbol groves crop yearwill -
or be hanged.. arty attainments of the teachers many be double what }t was last. $2&50---Hot'Bpring, Ark;, 'and return 4 > D. ',W. SUMMERLIN.
a. The case has been on- trial almost In the low.roo\lnt.le.. the promise for 'Wednesdays'\, and Saturdays J PHON. 101 Manager.,
,of whollloll4ht. the office! as- -convenience w ;! ;t
;three weeks baring };:pen begun 'July it. ; good for.sixty days., '
avoid manual labor and a yleldlanot as good as was arlyin -
27. At the first trial at Jackson theJury to $04.70( -San: Franclso' and .return r+l I lit< *< < *4" **- 4 .| l TTMr4 I ** **< I 4
&IIe1'oD the spring, when the trees first bloom.
not vocation
disagreed ....dlt. Is.bettered the as July 3140 August,13; ,good returnIng .
ed. There Is : ,
; account bf a love forte, work. ,Ala a great growth ofJ.a..e..nd October 15.:
verdict today-was compromise ''with some of the trees In that of
the schools) were m..aapdloo..ll '
consequence $17.20-"-To Ma.zlet.ta. ,
7 Bowden
r- -tthe'. juroropponedto friends of Captain capital L punishment Ewen and ', carelessly and irregularly, the State. have been putting on' a' remarkable Springs, Lula Gainesville Lythia, Oa., --' IJ ,;
the expwrse Of TRESS' D I
the growth at prey.entiJtg d1i
,other witnesses for the' commonwealth same.but the'Surely salaries there were never drawn was all a time the yield of fruit, which was'' expected 119.fIO-TallulahfaU.and return. : good until Mineral October 31, DRIKK L: ST8ID..
greatly and
who fins were the 5 t t'Y
Iq 'our history when there was a more ea.rllln year. and n
return until October 31.'
infearoftheir lives are great ; goog :
,living ,, =
money . '
of .-
'sly relieved':' 'They expected the death reckless squandering causer appro devoutly to be wished." 931.45-Mamoth Cave; Ky., and' re.tnrn .- ' .1 asacred
penalty which, they were confident 1 prlated'tor We heard our esteemed 'Prof.1' MaBeath good-until October 31.; .

would have been followed .b, confessions The dawn of progress was. P.Ra.'ushered... say'a: ; few days ago In .our 'In 901.75--Minneapolis, St.P.u1. Water 'J TIE ONLY FUGE EJ:f TIWjl' ISIHimjOK_
of W.
from the condemned men exposing : In by the Inauguration! slitute that the teachers' Standard, al. vlll, :Mlon.:, and returngood. until \ J *-3 |< :
parties ht.rh.lD authority. Breath- 'Joy as State Superintendent In :187'7.looe though pretty high, was not yet high October Jl. t
which time the command, "For.ward $46.05() -.-MUwaukee., and --
return. -'
lilt county who are 'considered to be enough; stronger r.u"lq examinationsand FD
has been continuallygiven ,.
march otherwise ideals and 948.75-Waukesha, and return.' ljl
shack. oLlhe.OOniplracle' . ._ :, I grander nobler ,
.There have been.27' lives.lost..wlthfin and observed under the. .admin ambitions>! should lift n.. to. erpl.lnl $50.30: -:Madison-! ;Wis.andreturn: ; ,. ,- - '.. ) 4.
IstratlOnS of hU .uC08..o.-E.K.Fos until .. .. ., .
the past-two Tears In the "..HarjrlsCookrlli -, of i<< z ,ellence. 'Well he Is rightthe good October 31. : ,
'ter'. 'A. Russell and Win:Ir. Sheatr teachershould '' The Lookout' Mountain Route the "
be saturated ,
feud In BreathlU county and full j LolLY POPS'see ViCHYWATsFt'
:hls Is the, first conviction.: No '.rA ''It was thought by many that the cli with all the subjects he has In hand.It .- only road baring morning and night Ice ,

rest of Indictments_ had been made un.til mu'hac1 been reached In the passageof Is In this! way only 'that he or"she: trains to St. Louis Cincinnati and !" CRAPE CRijAM.JUICE '. ,, ,MILKSHAKES,'( .<

tr ; 'last May, when the troops were or ; Chapter 4192 by. the, "Legislature- of can teach with a view to thorough, t the West via Valdosta, Macon, ANlsasarChattsnooga . '" t- .," A' daUih.tate.taRtl'ROOTBBHR.r V'" f:X ''*', :
1893. The,writer was t.bel1'1u urge i
a. . { ,
idered to Jackson to protect the grand'jury efficiency and .usefulnessand thesequalification. Nashville Local r -:--

and afterward. the trial Jury and. and populous county and well dO.l.held he constitute. the great desideratum sleeping car and coach-to" Macon -.,' ...- ', '. "most- ,'. .popular" di4akr :... ..t .
witnesses.JU . remember the first examination: In the education of.our boys daU,. Through Pull .1tJBllfttat sleepIng When thirsty and warm' they wHI qu.nall the thrrst aild .

I} ...< *.. .&111 ender. indictment for under the new law, May 8, 1894. Nine and girls. oars;i to St. Louis and .through you off: .. .r'U"l *. '-. '

murder for killing Town' ,,-four examinees presented themselves ,We of Kisslmmee and Osoeola cour. Pullman reserratldns .old to .Cincinnati '- "" Ytt

iHrst'degree,Marshal DookrUl. Jett said last night a majority*of whom 'held first grade ty feel grateful. that our loC:is :c'ast in and Chicago..' For reserrationh. A'parlor for the ladies,, ,has been specially) prepared.. ''They'Mk'

:athe rope D..r..h.d been made with oertlflcates.under. old'regime.'Several . pleasant places; we believe that' 'we and full.information' address,' will find, it ,a pleasant place to,stop whileout- _shopping.; Z. : < ,

'which to,bang biro'., His 'friends say of these failed; some obtained second stand on vantage'ground'and we a'e: RAJTFTEBY .
WestJ.Bay '
the will hare. a ne'd trial; and even If] and some third grade certificates; proud of our opportunities. Our High D.P.sonvllle"Pla., A.,'201 Street,. Jack ,Don't rite my,, Word for It/. but Come and see.'fer;Yonr. tt. ';
those whforme..l
(befalls' In hat. effort 'he might,,bej .Throughout) examination' School equal to any in the land and : '.,

4-pardoned j In the'course of time. j held well second'or'better third. titan grades' those our county schools are.doing a good I ffttlotde p" ..te4. '* : 4 ', ..t. L
out or
friends of the defendants ,show-i came as and substantial work. Af majority of ., =
The: The startling announoementihat" , ... '
who had held 'first grade.:. "Catch. a -
teachers out they ,, "," ;
.a-wueb-rell.f .. to leave no doubt' our are young are preventive suicide had been dlsoor- .'. ""
enthusiastic and faithful
'of their previous apprehension"! of the hurled this earnest point the writer knows whereof On he eyed will Interest manyT1A .ruu' down

:death.penalty. 'I r at the new law and 1 Its.' originators, speaks.' Our merchants are' progressive system-1 or despondency Invariably l& : 'tfti ti ;
..Theiattorasys'for: defense were but all oppositions offered --and all efforts business-like and generous; our precede suicide and something has : 1
.:absent*when, the jury came Into'oogrlaod'Judge artisans are skillful; our l.borlDl'men E'
: made .against. law. remindedns.of Industrious is been found that will prevent that condition .
are ; ournewspaper !
Osboroe sent them. The '
,, ; Hudlbra's blunderbuss,:, which': abreast with the Journalism of the whlcb'm.kea' suicide likely.. At : : Palnt4tt?
-court asked them If they had anything "WkotlMr aimed.t dn.k or plotw, times; our school officials are alive to the first though of self destruction takeElectric '_ :
: 16'say -after the-rerdlot was read. .Atitorneys Always: kao.k.d IU OWIMT -" i.the Interests of the childrenour; people Bitters. n. being a great I -- .4 '

Blasatoo add Golden, for, the ,The Internal force sufficient en masse, are unexcelled for their ,. .
r law-possessed tonic and .
; nervine, will the ,
I unbounded hospitality pod last' but strengthen a ,"'''' ii< ." ,.
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ndefense, ssfd'.they Hid not.' The Judge to overcome external pressure,; ... ' !; '.... .
r by no me.lUlI" trs-fta] ve the location .ea..Dd build up the. system 1I t's 'M .tWeathe ."., .
.... ,' '111" .
J'bID said thatbe would .adjoan, court .
It and'all ,obstacles thrown ,
triumphed of the Agricultural Institute. also a great" Stomach Llrer,, .and kidney '' 'f"" ') '" :
..: VuntU 1:30 this awning.' ; 'Pen ,Golden In its'.way: have produced no rflsoerna- T W.,tt BIXTOW.Ed regulator. 'Only,60o, Satisfaction
,- -objected as he desired to leave earlier ble obliquity In ate line-of progress.- of Btner Fight. guaranteed! by Osoeola Pharmacy.. ,rroo Jl: ; : ;; ,

1 Tfwr bis home; In BabbiirvUla; 'Judge It Is to (this I.w'.n4< to subsequent : -' .
<' i Osboroe told them W> mss'their motion school', legislation that"'w, oweothe "Two physicians toad a long andstubbors' TBX Hornet is In receipt of acopy of ... ' ;' } ,.
.' '"' fight with an aboes on, ny Governor Jennings' veto yf.;, ..
for'. new, trial'; Tb.'sttorn.7sM splendid educational system"of.'Florlda messages .
right 1-.",writes, J.. F. Hughes ,ofaJVoi After reading' this valuable, 'document '
: For" 1'
; rsrent to the; nfioe of Blanton and filed to-day., .. J .f eMakinson''b7 '
motion for trial. Was ItjrasAnnounced Oav "and gave me esp.,&very we find that .la ..f/Ir7'lnltaoce/ "'-'T': ,
r anew ) 'Now we are taught among the; first ;
: 1.... ,1
body though* time had A. Governor sets forth' :
ny ooraev
:. that the Jury, had come outAsrowd principles of. philosophy, that' there many "":
', fa* resort tried Dr; Kings New unvarnished truths''' which ate. based W/3.'
I gathered ,*',the oOMrtroom' must be ay correspondence between : Po:
.' 1IMI''" b was quiet Hand: ord rlj. All;;; cause and effect and 'that., the' magnitude msooreryforooosdafptloa, Tbvbene* bra laws Not law only, ''but tin constitutionality : <
fit I roceived.wiss' mrlking'and I. was :: :of law. handled ,
ae siountalom.npavicggotre o their of the ODe controls the extent ot ,
1'1". m.____. v...,. the other. This Is'true. in the oatsnral on ny feet fas lew days.,, Now,, I've: some of those extravagant bills Introduced aealtiri" la.' '"' ; I,
l'' eactrefy xgalsml ny health., ,'*lt conquers with gloves off in define of the '

,A.Mien"' Killer.. >1 worM and and equally educational true'sense in a'moral''Letus .D Couai.4. 'CoWs and''..Throatand'Ufsw ..p.,.., In absence of his vetoing'thew General, :Hardware, Sporting::3 7'-\; '. .-

,, J; A. 'J.; Montgomery,' ;'Puxloo,:, political '' trouble. *. Guaranteed byOsoeota billsif such had been the,case .. / ',..
I << -
TWayne 'Co., Mo., '-11'1'1"I; .hare-' regard these sslutary laws ,,as. the; .. .. .Goods. r" x'
rUemssnylVloe BOc, and 91.00 It would .hareplaced taxes, without ;::: ,
We .
effajst. .
and the marked
|< little twin-girls, who hare Mea -both. cause fit TrlalbotlVes. : 'free.'Tat.arsomfeal., :.; s doubt, at 20 mills and t.he-Lord "" "" 1*"* "wi"*W**" *'" "" *" fc ei "*s- *1SM"* ""Si *W i a>**" i o." ss"w"* sWs 1-0;i r ; 1.t ;

'! with everything. worm"all relieve their them''llv.which.. I bave'betterusobool"them well qm.lpped ,with bouws-many,:good .furulrLure :; : administration', ofPresidentBooeerelf knows unbearable the present burden.17 mllls Mr Is almostan l.Get'. prices on.,bam Y. wire and nails before' baying elsewbere:; i : ' ...' ::

:-Jennings ,
1 .
and better text books exemplified by "
ailed until,-I used White1>S Cream apparatus, :' has made for us efficient ,

':'VermlfuK i theDrst two doses'broughttfour many which-are; .supplied' ''free. 'of the fact that. ruaDtn /,expense.' of and 1s'well a worthy rery: .of whatever exeeutfts ,- .. ' .. -. . .'. -1''
cost to the pupils and better ,teacher. theWhlt.Bouse h..IDc..a.e} about .r"
dorms them'the
;f : fronvpne of : next Florida .
fa.ors people fit to .
may .
,,1 In every possible:way men' and,Two- year.f that,, a, e2.1SOo.LeDnu : i,1It .
,;"two does, twelve, one of them measuiNJ show him In the future. The Hornet 'I''
lag twelve inches;,the other child.was menwhodo'not'thinkthat' :: ,' ; ,.: teaching court has beeD''built ;for'..Roosevelt look upon Mr. Jennings' administration NEW I ," ,
'only relelred. of your worms," :It Is. 'amost .should be renterprised=teacher.' ,who children; that $500,000. has ,been expended as oDe J of marvelous success ,, MARKET ')

: excellent. --medicine..'" ''White'. DOW,take up their cross, .nte..the ranks .enlarging'and,,: beautifying' a and a financial preservation ''to' the ,' Ml 'l f4n i ; '

Cream Vermifuge I. 'good for child. andfol, foliowVeaohlng'as profession: building that.was good'enough for his people .of' _Florida.:-High' Springs BASS "" OLD, 'STAND':: '
< 'ren. IDs not only destroys. worms, Hornet, \ 4 ) ,
t. heart-work life work. The predecessors;;and that a 9600,000 natal
the child asa. and a
[ 'it' helps to .
\ wards. oft ,sickness.' bOo perfectgrowthf :'at <,OsoeolaI school keeper and lesson hearer are vessel was fitted 'up for,, and Le-being Physician and Urwggtata' REEVES, ,,:&" WOOD. 'PROP'S\ *( <<, : ;

Pharmacy, in.a great measure, "relegated toth< aced exclusively: by-uch the, president I* "as* Ford & Sturgeon, a prominent drug r_ --< r-j.-u_ _- __-T.--_-- l-iJvg-m"L'-'. -__-j.<_._ -._-..Sa-A-__j '_-.-. _...j -i n T _L-V_t-i"_ ..i._.- ,--" -J, .
'." ; modesty, ap firm *R ck7 Hill '
'tis consummationThe &
bha4es"and' a pa11hlg-P.n.acolt Station'Ky."writes"Wd' '
'Tailahassee, .es' .. Aug. 11S.Th.:: Journal.PMt .- were requested by. Dr .G."B: Having. ociated,ourselves together In the meat -/ j + ,
f. '
.evct. of the recent.L.gilsture.', to pro- Deatb Penalty.I a+t,Bad. to ,It All, Snlgley to send' for Herbine for 'thebeuefii'of '.. :. : take this method ,of, .qUcitin8 'at.1.1:'' ai\\ d t
Tide annnnliles for widows of deceased .. c '' '
share of
trade and shall .
.'<;:ODf.derate.olld...' and sailors 'of,then .j;A little thing sometimes results Jn# A .rr1..ou..1I'&l1 oftimes comes as; !) ; customers.. We orderedthree your endeavortomerltitblrprompt' '
State of Florida, went' Into' effect on death. Thus a mere soratchlnslamlflcant'C -I a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed dO Q'1n. Deeuiberi;'and, we.areglad' ,. service,:fait and liberal dealing and handling only }." ,
-July 1st;, >The board ,"ot" ,M cr''l'\lD' ,bolls have i'pald: organs.,Dlxilness, Backache' ,LIver ,to.say'ferbne'hsi.givenlsuclLsgtlsfactlou" ,:. -[:meats' .the country affords.,; Besf, mutton,and :pork; eaafr;' r" ";
Governor'the' :General. and N compliant and Constipation. ..Butthanks all In
: Attorney ; and season.: Free delivery and prompt service j Isour.t' '
the death ; 'It is wise to hare iTlM' that.-we have duplicated : .
','>he Comptroller. : penalty. to Dr.,King's New Life 'Pills : '. :
I.- .- Bines becoming of force,' more than Buoklen'a Arnlci Salve ever ', they put anend'',Vr.It'>11. They 'IreRentle this order three times;and todaywe fc > 0 "Yourtto.. pVsaseff/ ;., '.... ,
\;:Joowidowshave made application for It's the best Salve'onteartB.-.-'and'wblprevent but thorough.. Try them.Only' gave your salesman! another order. I I.) {? i. :::REE VESK. ,
penslona"and: the"board: 'has"aCted fatality.,::when Buj-ns- Sore*, 26o:' Guaranteed by I,OsoeolaPhar....; We beg to say.Dr.O. B.{Snlgly ,takes K-. t'1' 4'"J.T : : 4
favorably upon over50' percent of theapplicants. Ulcers load'PU.. thnatenPOn1X: ,25p, ,' macy.ri :. ,. : ," .. "*", pleasure reoommending.'Herbloaxi'' a ,PHONE 61, "'- ;,.l F'r I,H:-M.- WOOD / d

:,,.. ''':,. %t'. ' "I.' If': at. Oeoeola. . 'Pharmacy.. .. "j\, s' . ;.. "t'/(.,.;:..:"" ".' .' '' .. 60oboUle-.,.. Oeaaole. '.Pharmacy" e' ; i a.
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consequences to the Blue Lion ana ,.Jtll) -- -- CHAIN

TTlEnY5TER.TOFTH.C Inmates 'that Clifford King; much. THE WOMAN. ;

against Lila d.blm.ell. for the b..r. tO.- K...s... !. work, a_. JOHN L BEAMAN

_ first time that winter; at a dance T.ry Old., ,

detested dancing, never accepted an :Topsy-turveydom. prevails In the w

Invitation to it ball If be could help H, Black Country not only in the reeling '

aid, l never turned up If he found hluijsMrcoMpelleitfto houses, but in the dome U: arrangements y r. 1"k

N1 a v f acotpt &, -'' if for tliefc the poetltal Jdco Live; y'y J e S Sale l Fssdtwt d

f Bat.jbls enfi>l rtalualentrwaa an ex- "Women *f, $be Jieaf th *! has tan :\the ,

ce(>t4onid Onft.ti>elng pved I "'! .honojf' of not, L'on :] | byl .Ii

tlftVcaiil**.BHfUofJOtto Coaybenre's' Poet tOD. ,.J1m.intf1l 1I !

uununmUUIII youngest sister and the mines laid for The "hearth" ifl tbe tiny often 4ilapl. ,bie. j.'Stable.

him had ''proved successful. dated Home. sm-iULtn. which daughters

,,1VIIPb'Jae W toUlv\ .houtM, .h Wefer, 'flv.?" luotjiera;ltpd j ,#' onj grandmothers "
be found the sight such a 'pretty 'onetDAI"be"tDmd'llllt"'Telt"01'ff"Mmbelf toll 'rom morn to ere healing, 1mmmerlnsr' -

I 'L""""7 Gi1io "ifric louse' on fits 1ar' '1s tarel'c"rC nhaprng-Tmd".''weWhiipchain TMrnouts in' .
lonrrkdM" I W bt lt.bw1 Bouwti Boos.I that be was a, mnityr; In hnvlnff to links rractically'all the small chains .,". ., .? ; !qY t.AcntJor. ,
__s... .. come.{ The looms' were large'and below )hr: tghtkiirfuch4; )| 1ht4! ttiiess r I ,
h Dtt rx r ',,",,"," !., : .'aiisw nq.., beautifully 'decorated with ferns and ere made- by women, less than fifty
tbat'Is aH'Vv T"she
1ht2 ja?' r lJlnfdlQ6 gg11/3y"Ob(, :;:.:$iiu't suppose( \. i' .t.i rd rr Stfndd daffodils/ ", "just like' a church. on.Buster: men'-being, employed onsmall slEen lutllt'clarh
,. ns Otto said. w.bere.1jeWQJ1eD/ smiths number Stan :
2 .IFti: et1.t( ire' ( bofa4,"* file.. i K .Clifford's attentloD.1"011, -ot 'o.Vtfd '" y''dlktrlcttnlone"at'' !leIIAt"< A',' ar q mp J.

-VI"" 'W"of II't OtI ra.J'p nu1.. ; distressed early In' the evening'by the. sight ofa thousand} Its a' queef fnllu-'tr1,1J'i.i -
a e Ibe'inn.. She h : her I
to bear this. Now Chat ker .
[ girl wbotfe! face be knew who looked the most patthtylyeu ,
: *
St In tbe. sform. and 'tie SUckl..I'. ilio .1bo.W87.
t Jug-gear protegee, Jem wax dead $t'bIDI.8Ialn'and again.:...s.If she expected corners, the shops mixed up wi ----, . .
(, fo .: of the wind had driven her upon could afford to ,withdraw .her objectjonAofhU him .Unions IU'i1.ri. ( .;
to recognize her buttwhono- ,itive and negleelcd'ontbousca
tb nndsattif} ]John.oCtbroa: >. pD I"-H , ,.Ii.!. (r% _: I ,d $ Dame be.could not remember. In tact tJae' ou.tant.1'fDg; oTlbe;'anvll< aroused, KISSIMMEB"RIVEE "*=t .'

1 WAHblgb tide when.. Ole disaster'hapbut -, _'But.. why not. but' why not [fciy 'the wore often,.' lie met her 'eyes, .the his curiosity 'Xb. unobservant t rtsltoe
pe Uiast' tkhgttkbtl.t\ Ulat't' drain J. 'she'' urged ,enPiiegUy. | If'I
; more he felt be did not even'ijnoW It., might traverse the- place, all the day
eb 'waq in no clanger of breaking upa thought fond of. '!t'JIdgot I .
/ you were so Before long Clifford saw .her speak without suspecting .the existence of .
ap aVber crew'would all be got offefrJu'tbe And the little,.woman,, who to Otto and glance the direction O' this really enormous Industry.: Tift he' ; ROUTE.

tldawenfdowh: The out of tIle.earrlnge go In tienrebof' hlmle-lt.J .could':-hardly enter a court' or'alley* ,
lit oat from Courtstalrs was already/ her neglectful;friend drew. roun direction
'N wl' "f'sball '
k on eW will e6 W'm4r.t1.etLe wr IfT'7e.t #"t'.. 'to.'' morft; cloBeJy.the woolen shawl whlcbwacnar'dly the bottom thought of'tbE' he mystery.; For get be to upon chain shop In' manyiot, thesesixtoeight \ : '. 'STEAtIF.R": 'LILLtB.:; STEAMER: R09 AbA;, ;
th thbl e sufficient protection agottet Captain Clay-Johnson, 8r. bad bad'uo>'"ol>portunlry''of' pettltiK. : vlomett'end Kir's' ,aro "ln'lo"edIC.lur ,'" &

'il ralib into 'Hie'lr> faces 1Qe11an !'!"' 1'You : had better he TIf.1 bold of Otto,'or of any one who could or five. la common mini Regld.r. e-kIY..trlps to Basalnger and return. Roscada leaves.. Klsslmmee'iTuea'day' :i\\
get n 0 feariLagi tell blm' .who .she.rwas. Otto camestrolgbt < IX.T. la one yard aloui. appropriately! : morning', and arrive!! KI..lmmeeFrlday evening., 'J'v.'i'
r -4tl.\s;.Jlrr!iii .vi.-L. II!ys.. ".ldLd9 Tk 9d9rl''J,1gceted! : .Nell. toward,him. named '"Anvil. Yard," there must be Special) Charter'Trlps to Lake Okeechobeeand'Fort Myers on tbe'lJUJf.J:: 'j'
made wad aerose marsh r
their the tIe) coldly, Ignoring the testloa "
lady's "
Q ** forty or fifty people at work'when( the .
inert"'carrylngVopoVsnd' I went to.IntivMlti/vi .vnn in M1a Comfortable passengers. Rates.l reasonable.
lafaterna'andtbe "But1 I "Vant"1 all'anewer ---- -- -- -- ----- :
Dist my'denr.
1)'ace"llI' In full swlug. In lone snopnyouth .
Lansdowne said ,The most Waterway"In FIorlda
.'women restoratives fur tbe half Never, wind the snow I only ,I .be. and a girl of fourteen sixteen plaluresxtue .' :
.The name was quite For Passenger and Freight Rates apply 'toCLAY ,
Xrocen It to .
crew: was. a long and .hlver'because I am not used the '
will be 'found bending over separateanvils
unfamiliar to Clifford. But 'as'soon JOHNSON1. SRProprietor1" .
; r 'weg.r; 1' e 2t1nd'"s .bal4. ,ight 'a If. You know J, never # ut boated I
..Jflt"f t llPl: I.J f.Jtt."hual)' fta't>li0il,qtj; 'qd npbblte; >ti &e.", to as. be pieces was,introduced. ". the puzzle came. chain .links and hammering, while a few away yard at away --- *" 'On. board ""Llllle. ," 'Klsslmmee, na. -, \/.

( y _. ready-getting deep; tbe flares aet burn- But Nell would give her no answer. grandfather and grandmother' are .. .
- - ,
"JL wanted so much to ,
know )oU. '
log from tlmeto, tjme.bjMne crew o( Aqd MlM> Theo<1ora..when she was at performing exactly ,similaroperations, .
;' Mr. King. said the girl who' i.
was "
G tbe wrecked ,ahlp fllctered uncannily fad ttobliirIl16 to get into the car- time .
as almost
have-been at
they any
]In .the ,darknl''' whenever the anow rlage then regretted to Mrs. IAns. pleasant,.unaffected and amiablelooking. eVE'Rg MAIN
; during the, last half.century. HIS OWN ;t)>OeTOK."By I
r ceased for a abort time. dowue that London had spoiled (her "I can see' you don't know me, ; .
Persons and Us .
One couple Joseph
*But the Journey'-'was not'a fruitless i dear little glrL - and yet I know you very welL" The J. Hamilton TVyers, M. X>, # .
wife both husband
are over seventy.
"That Is not
4>ne. ,Tbe, men of the party, seafarers It was now past closing time at the quite fair said Clif t
ford. "I do remember' lace pet has made chains continuously for A. OOO-ptge Illustrated Book, containing l .als,.ble Information,per ;
d' 5 themselves for the moat,part, and alii Inn. and George: Claris. with great difficulty fectly well; It Is your name sixty years. .Ills chief trouble,that talning to diseases of the human system, showing bow to treat and .r.
your only
see. to the sea, ,succeeded up to their' was clearing his house of Its
which Is tbe prolonged use of the hammer box we with simplest of medicineTb.. book contains analysis of
unfamiliar to I cet'tamn t
; I In tne,. ,
:Jals water In .launching boat crowd of customers Those three of pm : .
'and I have never' spoke to IP so cramped and dlatortlllIII right courtship and marriage; tearing and management of children.besides .
bringing t you
r The the crew safely to land the sailors who bad suffered most my life;' you may_ be sure 'I ,( b9uld' band that he can no longerijul; ) it I valuable prescriptions, recipes,etc., with a nil. complement of

men were so benumbed by then from cold and exposure, were to spend not have forgotten If I '.bad.." a of old.- It is a pathetic sight to sec I facts in malaria medics that everyone should know. x

cold that they bad to be helped along the night under his roof, whilethe "I live near Stream." said Miss- tbe old lady Mlveryhalrfd and her tall This most indispensable adjunct to every well-regulated household will bt

as they limped and stumbled over the rest were taken to Stroan by new LnnsdcfvEEff; figure already bowed with age; stoopIng mailed postpaid to any Address, on receipt of price, SIXTY CENTS. 4
snow to the Inn. There however they found friends who offered them hospitality. Clifford over the anvil. The old man explains Address, .
started and bis
,; 'were soon restored through the kind- George Claris locked up his ed. face- cloud that if he works a full weekat

ly offlces of a host of willing bands."Erery house, having already sent his niece nine hours a day. he may poHslbly ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE na LOTD aTi'. s AaayAga.'FIoridaEastCoast .

creature' In the neighborhood and Meg to bed; and thoroughly fried "I have often seen yon auont there;' clear 12s. to 13s. "Glecds," the small .I

had beard, by tbl time of the unrpsnal out went up to his own room. went ou the girl "and I know Intimately cinders used for beating, as he explains .

event of.a ,hlp wrecked in their 'lie bad had a very hard day, and he more than one of your friends ore dear, and bolt a crow a-| - .. -- --. -'. --. .'

,own.bay, and It was through quite? a. had finished Up with an extra glass of there week has to be deducted under this

Large. crowd, 1hath&.Uor.. _made.. rum and water. The consequence was "I have no friends there now" ealdCllft'ord. head. Mr. Parsons has several children

their,tvay1nto JUtleBlue Lion. that, to sleep as soon as heat with a sudden change to and grandchildren In the trade. Ry.

tbe Even" Mrs. Lansdowne the wife of* _s.__down. ._. on..the.. -.edge. of-..bis bed to grave...... bitterness In his voice and man.. The old (couple have now only them- I
mort Trominehr'countrjrKentIe: TBKe flis'uoots-on; ana am not wake aet'cs to maintain and out of tliolr .
v-wa.,of the nefgbbpfhpod. h.d\'\ bearer*! up.:until some hours later when he satup'auddenly Well. yon had friends there at onetime combined earnings can Just pay the -

of the new exeUementjapd'' had driven and- remembered. at the I think. Miss Bostai! and her rent of their little cottage facing the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April !II I, 1903.I.] I.

over' having pckqdtip| (\ ',tj( colonel ofod moment:; of waking that he bad forgotten father the Colonel!, would, I am sure smithy and buy enough food.-London .. .
Mil Bostal on"ber Way; On hearing to take the money both his be rather hurt to know tbat you no Leader ----.O..OU..o-aUD -DP.TaTlONl.

t,v i r that there was little, hope :.of saving own takings, and tbe collection for longer reckoned them as your friends." ... u : ....7* \'
the schooner and that In the the "The Bostala! When tb. Prince Imperial 4>I.... { .
any case thee sailors out of till in the bar. Oh yes, answered Dellf DaIlJ' . D..UJ'. DaUJ'.
.sailors would lose Clifford Indlff A strange story Is being told /Jim 'Imperial ,
their kit Mrs tans. Opening the door of his room sooty renUy. "I know them. '
do"IJ4i fief 1D ;Q'evrll'Q1ar In'order but Miss Bostal would circles: fa Parts regarding the "I' //. Lv... ............Iaeka.. .vtll..........,...... ...Ar .T18. p I,
not to disturb
haAd4a the "
f" ; sleepers he. hardly reckonme 1 /Is. ........ ...................k.&II..L" TOT 10
tyr..the; bepe4t"of the ;jurn. i !umx{ vent )down stairs. as a friend.. I lost my place in her death of.the late Prince Imperial. On : : I flS 10... ........* I p !
'"' money which at once became tne It half esteem if I ever bad the lit of June 1870 a lady who was flSi, U.. ...-... ?.......; .. U.. Inn......... ....... .... Ill. II;
start- was past five on the following nay, by walking the' 1100 ... ..... ......III'.a'.r.: . .. . .. . ... I .ea:
!.. "big point of a collection which moat Ehornlng when the nearest neighbors from Courtstalrs to Strtmm on a Sunday one of most enthusiastic supportersof : p Ar. .. ... ........1'.1.,1<... ....... .. .. ... .1.. //i1. a :!
a r of'the crowd -contributedsomething.:! 'were' startled by a loud knocking In'a tourist's suit. the Napoleonic feicluie"ffave a grand r: .. iii JtJnt.] L..U..o\. : I-tea gS=

.r Everi the colonel whose poverty at their;d r.'Yollowedbrtb.rabrupt .Alffia. LansJqwno smiled. fete !In honor of her birthday; and at I-e II' .. Ar.. . ... ."..... .,...... ...:... .. .1. . liiXti ..
wa ........ 5IIRLv...... O.nMNat. vr
the time of tht' Prince Imperial .......... .. ...A /e0.. !.. vCp'M .
proverbial$ "She-I. !
J ; gave a shilling, although Inrush of' Meg Jhe Inn servant In a.tate' an, odd fi Ule rreaturer-she whoTia same -After- .. !-!! pL......:............ _..... ....... .... ....i -.1 M*. m', G
.: hja. daughter watched. his band with of frantic: excitement ,. llaid.but--sht" has a very good heart. gobs "OUrtcr.tb1"i.'I't'r" .o.-c.: p P = _. .r.auaa.l.._ 404*. 111 p 't w '
..'anxious dinner'there was a display of fireworks '" U .. ... ;...:.. .'m,,.'lwponL ......., 1w. pAA _
"I eyes as be volunteered the "Oh, come some of ye; do come! To bear her deplore the disappearance all p ..... ... ....'.......Orsuad........... .....,1.-. ..... 'I.a-- I II: .I'. ...o-- ..1.. .
: cf In. Altogether between five and six There's been awful doings In 'onr of-a-younff girl whom. she was fond i In' tbe park.. the principal set 1,11'8belnr :s t c I U p .**f*.:.'...........(.***y IOVIB> ..........*.. emblems .. .. ....,.,.! ............. ArM.
: : was collected! and house I" she of and kind to" and Miss -Napoleonic"\ surmounted t: ** v. ortOr.vnfra : Ira:
cried Lansdowne e
; ; George scarcely articulate .. .. .,......: 144
it': .Iind.tied tbe,.money up In a canvas between her fright and want of looked steadily away from Clifford as by Imperial crowns. Tbs Z .. .1..N..8..7'n. *.*.,*;,.,<,..>..*.....,.. 114 ** 9poota0 .. .. :

ME' :, nd locked It ,jup la. the till be- breath. "There's.somebody biding !In she spoke "no one could.doubt the fireworks went off with' the greatest, O I Gi' .......:.:......:.......j....Ooeoa. ..\._.. ..4y.Yu...............:.. 1t.1.14 t 11'0: "

bar. There were whispers In the bar and I can't get him out; and depth of her feelings.:" success until it came to the fighting of 0 I .:...,..,..;"....... "........... u.. j > i
:,1 tbe) -'crowd that Mr. Clltfdrd) be imperial (crowns when to the gent II: It 1 tea I" ....................; ,........... 1114klenm {I":: 'n .
rr George Clarla's housewas Clark Is nowhere be found; was silent for a few moments t kl. III/ S ..,................... ,............ II' .0.
/" not the, safest' place In..the world and Miss };eU'. fainted when I told .ThenJbe glanced at the face ral horror not one of them would 00. I". i .. .Sebaatla. .. ... P i! .P >
every effort G s /tP> .,\\.VV.V..VBtrj...-i...m'.i'.m.. .. ...... { rri
In of pw
t take light spite ;
'i. keep money In,'but her; and. of the girl beside p : ::
eyeD.thewhll'.T ; oh dear do comer'The.woman him saw that it .In' : .11. .. .. i.... ....... . .. .. .. . 1I1O.!
; Mrera had no doubt of the honesty of 'whom she wss addressIng vlted confidence and guessed that her .All of them remained unlighted \,'Wltall IN. ......::..::...... TI.PI.res ........"... .. .... $5 p y it a 11I-0.
'.; .Claris himself the other designs went off perfect i&t&t: p. ...... o..............EdII"...... ..... .. . .. j" ",. o. .
last !
while words had .n. >t
ii mane were even was at first,too much alarmed to been carefully chosen. ... .....;.... ..tJ..3.D.."... .. .. . .... r.,. .
( ad. of.'the opportunity+ showing come; but two men. who were not far "You mean that Miss Claris has-dts lye The! failure tea looked upon as an fN. p..... ............... 8lu rt..;....h.:. .. .. ... .....,'12. api:!
} t elr confidence In evil omen and with 'reason, for twddays ..... I". 'I' .................. HotxSunudVk ..... ...:..... ... ... V) 14* :
a man who had un off, hearing the commotion, offered to appeared r' I .1. O. .,... ........ JuplUr ... ... ... ... \M' ..0...
;.eh doubtedly been for some' time under go back with Meg and In Yes. You bad later came the news of the death ... /t0a I' .,.... ...,..,.....W..Iratm&.eb.. . ........ ... .. p p' M4C4 AM.
. JI.lew minutes beard about it, I O .,. ... . . ...... _... .I Z-f
:> -- of the In Zululand. A calculation : .ntO".I. ... ...... .o0a
clpM.; luof fiat iM: tat:: )tIt < the whole) party were at:tbe Inn. suppose?" she asked with'a pretenseof prince IMa Ip ...:........:.::..... ...,.....,......... p IN. Pa =
was Nell however who There was < indifference.Of of the time was then made according it r: S8l. p .......... ..Is.Lsud.'dai.. ...... ......... ...I .py ,/ a ::
t t1' RbLYFQ1dt1'161th'tepea watched:' > 1ybehind-tbej par, to the difference of longitude, and ass I' ................... all..ctal..............,...... "ID, ...
t"i etllniy"-somebody"own ... !i
e on the (course. 1 p .....__....L.mon CUT I! fn.
rlety....Ilar-. agitationwasgoevldent;; floeri- The men stood hesitating at the "And that nobody knows more' than It was discovered tbat at the! very moment 10a Iii. Ar..................Nlaml..i.i.. m I Tits E ,.

;. ,. J:..ePa.;9* #,.1tklP.tbidovfWPy.< ldp0rr, he.aopprlawWSh yawn to their this-that she and her uncle. have gone : when the ImperlaJ 1 croons: refused .......'_41114..... OI DIILES Qg BHAyOH LINES.ANrORD .
.f dead
; ::- ilcfi l the bar TO the back of ears from behind the bar were more away?" to light the prince fell aniler -

,the ban,.staring at her untie, that one Uite-rnflrjgruntlngs. sad 'growlings of abeastWan Clifford answered, with scarcely a the spears the Zulus. VRAJTOH.SHf OXAITOII CITY DIL&NC13, "
0> two of There would, perhaps have been I lest
tbegtojOwA )4/a fhtfeavh.
the voheptseznam.'It's pretense on his side of concealing ths mm hK
i?ol.": 'ttbet slgnlncajujt JfeiiUdlnlybth fnot skepticism about" this remarkable coinrldence' ' 0IATIO l>.llyl p.ilj STATIOXI.
: girk a jman ::you'jrej got 'there. emotion he. (feltr D.t1L pall pall
: .6>ok a. few'' u'-.a&J. If the story bad been published !,.,..,,....TltasvUM, 1 to '
,[ rapid,.steps:forward and animal?!,anld ODe Of tfie( men.And . "I went down to the place,myself, immediately after the 'e'en.t.Ind I vv........,...MlakS...,.rr.......fArj.An 1 07 p p If P 10 10 a Lr..H. Dm'r.a.A 1 flj
r InnietJter'W'! ijfeoalderlnV.Xtbe : i saw,. the house I l/T..l..ii..Oat ..., .,..-.Arll M O p
} fUtehtt'f' he shut, up desertedqnd! l S L *a. a Hvbt. It II a Le. Lk.B. aa .Ar 1! Up]
_,, '. n ,.... ucbedfe )11t Befli|| a\aow voice was c-avlng, .hc"iuaae'\,1 dflMrinfo the\ found that vobody could tell me more bad not been kept secret.for ucarly 55a .rt..f..h,....,... Bantoni*,...,.......1..Arll. .,.lVll, so 4O a a t T,. 11 11'sAsAr.OrCI S al.T.Oranr| .OltT.X Je-l, liI 4jp| I // p
;+'1 ; '&egCptzMW[ t It .ha. better bulidl r?.""" ,,, :: than this-that.George Clarla bad gone a quarter of a century.1'nulty"' f 1)

'!.fo; .tlIend; (1b. money- Into 8troanby-r" But ash.,| etkered'tat.; .*.ld' !Toro.prsog mad and that ''be was in an asylum; Fair.... . . $un M.I I]San II He. IB ;; : N. ta *.. 10

!(! at .he'glen ::1r i o. were IC up jublall the. bar and ;! and tbat bit niece bad gone away'at B1.t;Thlac draw "_"Ia... Iturtb.. ;, j jf..

In and;fjJ l{t&.i.iDfltbe' faced the-Bt( tptdaarx(1jyffrap4.rag.( } : the1 same' time.' If' you can ''tell me' The Interesting,fact half j41diyupWs. :
,.d.meuof: the. tow, "by ,Mr. Para. Ing, It seUed'eitt! t p aVP.::. .ao.J.ek.ttvlll. ,,,.L. I a
anything 1 > .e.
> mI'e' ll
c. f otI'Jttbclwure! -, s be'vel'J"grat.o to the attenttonvofj: Qo.v&tt'OWeD" P|HO-44 a ., P Ills I M!4t.w.P.b/olleJeA.Nyu1hn.. p '
orr 001
:' !) .. in Twjhpb tytood:>; A af shelf ngalnst.4] rub tq yqu"''. --- dentists tbat'tbe frog (the i-dlblo vurUety 4it.a P 14altT,... ,.? r .,.,.., .,TMal 11 11M 4* a B p I
:-Herlt @ n"d 'rll l' 'tfl t ." a i4.brnp41.d1nM{ "I don't know e i' i Cara Ar..a..Yaypart .. ...:... i M. ills I '
oY8'1a any more than yoq d<\ ) attains }t. greajesf audTOgrflyvelopment i p .
1or'.itookk hls
head, with the kindly iead- ge' ti'ortl b' an OArlhly One can only guess -or repeal tfi* noVa. one would! niir toe, !ln em.TA... tp.TabIN. m.. w1'k.ap.nt.db aMV.udd.p.r/
itentlon. of showing George bowL .t thrs.V .'*' '. 'I ':- aaI. Ihelr.relnl M n. r0.ra I tL.Wte..la4d/.
i r Claris. SfafciofcWi guesses > he''seml-troplcil' swampW'' bf,Florida arut..0,
{ > lt
hit fals friends were on his side "Who'is It T WhaTultT. ccrfamcdj "\ .U.-I"t ue, bear tho,.gUe8llu/!- ''',. and Louisiana, but-tin. far'"' ''Northern' [ w.tS '}rf.l'o.51; rapo.pW. }7 .z { L' ea sew

':2 T "No, no. Miss Clark, leanJt-JVbertr ,)"Jeg_(rrTr 1, "'Theylaytteople Ihluk-t+tbatthe Canada; on tbe'extreme,northern limit. [zn' k I
,. # .t Is; where It'll be ready tcJ 71andn Ita'c' : "Stand back! girl Ec WEST .AND''IMVANA
stand-back roared the baa silutupRoq -
tel I fr
t '4'AM itur WI rIt'" ."In. an, .asylum?'' a.ked1.; Clifford bears-out, an old and i>retty;. .at ,rut."j '' 1'EN3ULARuA11D' OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP'' *
CJNHf.CTI01 111A1i1
mf."bfJ-,, "Plnad 1 (*t,t b( hardly ail' ," to **" ' April 119o3. }' I
:r7 oa gl!, ...lIr as4l'v II vitas "Tea"' their J>elt development 'at tjie northernmost

r i sr' le oa her face, a I've. served the devil! ,the levll "I'ddn'i. i believeMtr! i sltld'he, hoarseIf -,, 'point H>f ,tbekrRa>1Mtet.) Tbni' -
I". 1 j appeared at tbe door and In bfxlpitn j .r'; V.'V. V' ''J1. the dJ.mond-baek''tmaiJ'at'oHbe' Chess! 1O'it ,1B U.aue3 ijk en.,pFth| .7..r....:. 1b:' It
't .tones Mtas Boetal I.;whom And <% ;: nayTa.r.r.,... .,o'ilaq g X r W."4 MM.t yrt'a. tu
no emergencyJ with more stamping. \\orct WelClsn'1 { rt''betler'than'believing'Hinytblnrelser' ;. apeake brings"IrtalrFJ'%ltm MvdeiCth' : p' *l : : ::: i tr Ky WcitTura..8at ..M, i M.V 1lIl
,' ;' M. iv qJrJ JJlc1JlIP..J lni '' altilb'fodherbry Aeia; .tbtv : N c aorI.- .-|tbeJpialfctnfcSS ,*, -" n r'' "." price of tbe dlnmondt.VkofUnlelanayand .vaaaYnn }t1.:. 3..Lnu.....,u. e1. Ar Miami ue.Ba.,,, 111
+ Wt heaHf
tbl'JMraMrc" !BeIIeTlngt thatvsbe lB a tbtef.'a-'i the best Or D./lCrl1'.ro./ .-a. not traipy of lde.l Tim Card or'ofh.rlnforroallon
"Nell, Nell. come out here, and] seaQt U frks dashed Into a .GIUTorOr '' +e tiR 4ddr4>S kyi A 4n(.
plo '
.i, B- n '(1 t V cc. against tbe door which shook.and rat-J, "Da: ."olll.know .what happened i 00.1 generation j-emernbeft..tb { cpsr e;. .
looked sat *
JN :
; her Jiesltated.
/ and tied under the blow.. ,
was'on tbat.uiornlng.wben; George Clark was I grained, sourish Havana ,oranges)..,but
' the pQln\o c,1ll1l1p / In .. '; QRalts-4t': Owre flAAI't' JIIp1aelm found'mad\'iasked: Miss. Lansdowne, I In Northern Florida where toe trees.
;Zhq.lhrsNOkll6tJt! !I ItbU P.i.h.ti.\ylcf t ,
'' the'ee ond mrl n. 'W'h.Je'p (/ abruptly' are frequently cut down by; the hard,

/ th !F. 'J"II8 J> DIa'1Jaaw bpi 4Qe.to9mpghAlsrmed.iood t "The wqman at the ,nearest cottage'I frosts and cold weather Washington .

', '* : ,;.fatIrit. f .the"'door r told 'm"thl.! story," be' answered I Post. .... ..... '. .

: :'dou\l d pgge l,heo f t.ilJ o ... r'.crled. ,, ,is.a j. Jndlenontly! shortly' ...,.., ...T..
..'.. .troff lD hJ1 .he eire'f' 1JJ' "Why\ be'don't t 'drink! He's as sober "Did she tell"ou-f11l8, Lansdowne Cho. .'. Doable; 1)c 1)\) .... .

'j .tarp rtaon'.as there 1y Id te7pla >rfi ,'z iI h .ltated-"that Miss Cia is. fainted Apropos of mistaken Idtnfttles. those

,+, ,. (etb f. trlEtt: ;, She /Iras sobbing,"alit trembling and when they ,told her-what bad, happened / who were at -Ii certain dinner given to We Do Job
'i. 00( ";!;*'. ; the marti5. *,." 'f' ," : to.aber., uncle and that the r Sir Henry; Irving. few-yesrs' ago will : Printing | '
Muf' Nell'aald she...':.. "iie recollect what. happened ClIl.tlll1t' cc.-, '
,.I Joud.wjale,; ; ain't drunk, replied the\man found under.her pillow-a canvas baa
% ,Prlf \. J- ', shortly. ''J{.'II! gone mad. my girl containing" the money collected for. slon., .-Quite a number,;of tbe 'guestiwho 4 .- . ,, U

And ] ..:tinab1ehow.t9 pretemtlibatweiit t J4>ok athl, eyes.! ., some shipwrecked. Bailors. the night before knew .the American/Ambassador
,. r'' sbe De\'ft': ; : *,! alit ln- VAnd-'aa jthe- girl looked fearfully ?" 7 'W by sight were'.tartJecJ to,meet 111m'at OfAll Kinds.J V
i r.
to tb* road. through ,tI.i'window ather'unhappy y Clifford's face' changed.; the entrance to tbe reception room ;: : 'I

4 "AVhy, Nell bow .this: Ja\bls the master she could not. doubt the,trutb. '">'o," said he at once, in the toue of arrayed in a kind of court suit; with a

"Way you.treat. your old friends I of the man's word.At V '; a man who baa made up his mind oa I I white waistcoat. and.knee breeches: *.
; didn't even know yon: were! hack again eleven i o'clock ,ion' the previous a some, weighty: / point 'they did 'not J At'first they ,were- Inclined' to'DIIIUW.> We ::
z 3 ''and ). haven beard a-word.from'you night George Clark bad been as saneas tell me that.k"It .'-' that this.was. \11'. loug-antlclpatrd Please You. :

: 'tor Mil these. \.weeks and weeks. What any In-the country, At alx o'clock' !la true.'though.} After tbatt Who.. American diplomatic 'uniform. But .

,doe( it mean,,my deart Now tell me. In the morning.! be was a raving:mad .could doubt the girl's 'guilt? the mystery web soon loln ..*. .The.apparition : .
"wbat'It meaner",I 'atrald : .'' took, their 'namei and all > -
am are mesa .
; could" ,said Clifford, quietly; .
1. if not ilappy I apV. afrala .bear, nonnced them.. 'Then !It began todaw .. '
'joaUr : \ you me "And one other person-Miss Bostal. upon them that they'bad mistaken the: .. .... ...iCl ,
about-lJr'Klnlf. ,
XIX both
r yon are equally unreason ,
:'NU' .was 'eoldr shy. awkyrardg'dlftfero.f .....rt wpZ t'bout a 'month after the shipwreck able. usher and toastmaster' >\ for MrChoato,

{ creature! *, -toJther.llYlIt! the.ti .which brought such ,stra&ce '. To be CoMluued. ConTatler'whom he so strongly. "' resembled..." -Ion..:'
. ': .. 0 V 1V -l ..
.o\+. jJ"I'" ..,f I.. .' "

\.. '.", '.. i. 1':; '. v"T.f. .., .oJf...,.. ."'". .. ","".../SJ.. .. t.' t.. .", t-t' ,"'.._-.I'I"I ','" "!'/," ,f. 'I." .'1\:1"\:' '"'.',<.1 "" ,."' ". .'.' '. ., .r r. .,. .". .t'.,.._ ....tY,. ';l'I ', .-".' .- j .'"' ."... ,

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GOOD .CQUNSEL ...-. ; ; "-. -_.._ ,
FOR THE tiles. 1ta '
YOUNG e'rarger.' little.

Pear children!hejil ken "What Is It,, James.,)" .. Our' ) : food :

hat ? oiayjrrow up aveetnqflMtettflUi to.adi ai "Don't you t'l I our / la at of a :. & orga $O ," :
> be and wardrobe wants,'t t. :
Pentlr he old! tier, bft'.r' (, ,. .. :t' __ 'i

x 1Vhiea'to'' de. Mrs, Plel' !!Ii Iii I l : ,.. ,& rIQr1afkBy.c .
and [ : :
Don't sump& "i spa'utpOtef g, her tone its t1 p4tien I\AJbq : pork,'' , '- ;

Do And not in iiis stick lean old a an>Tn n. anewere she < been foVtr"'ay JCy/ug'.to<< )a/ beh j jf 4 By'J. : .to" ] :JO..C''L'
< ) or .
If grandma.aya. "C ,, black: JUNE a8f :
Don't ;
jab the ;
poker in Ittr ear?* In I.tu,1Mio Ilk" \ 1003
Or Or from her ptringn bite toe*;jn | it; .uItJE, ..l 1.1r." She C.0.v..0 i. syrup,' ; 'IlSA9' DOWN. ; ."*.." ",, .r : 'r" 1. j\Jp..
pact" scrap-pictures her-fad : -
on ", n ; \ ,'
If 1\ .:.tile..old spinster aunt' tt"5!... a: "S&ad.Pfelneger" . HEX ,, : 1 'i ve : 'i 4' i ," " "" ; 1 ""'::1 JJi. '

A Don't visit you should make by chance. wl( ik.irYallterated: 'War.Plth. I the Jlou. r : Z J;;I &'" {' ,. sTATIQ't: .,> ,, "' 1Ii
,. with the ecjuors snip her rock, "But-buL.. -r ally : .n-' . '
tbe' .
Aet lgtgy'lelfesa i
Ur throw tomatoes at her clocks J tllti .. :x. X.V .t.K '. ".', .'. ..

you hare/ f j y ' ..I ere r a III) 11' 11 Sq I.r ..... ..... ............ .... --
For !it's "If. abofeV t the:ypIh'Ug re >lUe ,.. .- Maooa, i/.. :...j,. ..' i a
cy Jiltle like .h'.v'
Often elders things these 1, I find I 'tea .;.. 111a '..;.....,..,-..::;,..,;. ,.lta&bl..ft "',lt. .....i".. ... ,,""'t ,.;,
()hl! lV your. be you dispteass; she repllenU.;" /:: ikrrhen 1 i i the i. .... 1152 :... ........ .. .....,j'l./f. ....;...;;.,..,..,.:.......... t a b
r calm and self-controlled I IItrm c elm, elf} 101 It .. ... ... ,... ..... ., dtlia ..
And never strike ; :i4(441eieieggr, "youu.niusf.1 r .. ; Ua .... .>o.....' ...','......, J I
-C'I'OI'ella.or scratch the old! go dowCto\rn4: ; <*.*> ,\;good <)r s,inakei., rttforAJ1'bou' .and, '8&1 JI 118 .It ..u., ...,.... '. .....:.,...s.,VledDa "' .... f, ,...l ts,. I 7
in 1'ucfc. ,' .8,1 I4N ..r/ .;...:...'..... h border. .... M.,1. . j./.h<:"1 t. I
\ ; ;
and get fyonra: t{ (fitted out: .YesJQ. 9Qtt! b4''' sh ; 1. .7 N) .i,.a y CI'1 ..:pvri: ..... ........ :::.. a4ui.fUa..IY.'! ? a
guess I1"on*"stand tlie'\<-xpenp. I'I1) bet!! iorljei') Lie Md comp '7 &i l'777 i............,.,.........'WA.rabl .... ............,\.......:,' .1 Na.
'''"'w'w t fir attwt6lfiatbglttl} I can match pile with Barker .nd top'' M! tlibo "* ofI ,'sore Ale Iltl't.'t..... llabU.....}* :..... .......,............. ,1 a b
tittliNNNN 1tr 86:1.: TtItoD..... .... ............. II
11 'f
atf Qec(awr of.
bin and
...-....- .N.NN "- Infb.'o.t'tyo.t', ptialt" "'hlvbraj.Don'tk ..! wirf' a '. .1 IU ':t 211 .. ...... +.I.;....;... : .t.,..... Lclbo3li.. ....... v'r.Ri,1, ; ..."" It 11 7
me : vhrtL"lL..jatH"wha' your, _*o tip fh' ,, tho '1,1 '. ,1' J. .M .:. :.......:...... -< A'. @ .". "<1..Y,. "................ 1:1: 1101 O
want \.jUet plenty whllf yoa're'gettlnc. .I low of tJi ( : ''po- .91.,4251': .491 .,.,...-;.,....' ;. ..., .ft... Idel ... : ...:;.....: II ;1.167 O N
GOT THERE and geflhem 'good.'" m XT l( appreciate wnju ; condo. O e 1&\\ '" ,....'...., ;.......,... JI. tll. wYy..i':4: ..... T.. It .Oa ..
._ ot course : terse A nJl"fn.JO'\ "ropeaa eommapa :! IOW aaeAt. .i........".../..,..''Yaldoetl\ ';. ...........;e.I; . 1116 .I5L"O
thaV; 6141 148Lt.T. H '...e"i't'ah V"'do.t&. ......, ..... .... L*.
} : i"At
"' _
NN..N.NNNNNNNN...NM ... say, and. of Vieourpp Mr!.- XPfeltieger,, In China on that '' ,, & : 64'1 1211 .". ...........,........ ...lfJiow'ML. ..).. ......'".......Ly
Wmmtmummm thanked hlivfbu omeitow sne'dld"noV 'Pfkln were & ; .151 8141 ............ \ .. '..:........ A... "..:... Uti 9M +
feel ai. lean 90e Obi: ".11R.t.HM,. ..Ba](tart.ay : , .4.,r.i". 0"
delighted v.lYi. a
.quite ns pfclneger fell army ,, / !-v. ,
wa.j 746 11 'f ... ,i..p/.i. .. "..Cl.ltler .........,\ f '. .. yo.. .
w o OU don't need It. my dear," she; ought/to! be.-Chicago DailyK? WS,,, officers ''and 744 'BI: ".' : ;'). ".1",4l.l..t; r.wrord '.". ..;.yy j L" r810,18
pa .y .
_... po. i_said. Pfelnegor,. patronisingonto \ \ \. \ eoidteryt'buI: ) ,ger. ,. 19 110 Ar,siu .,#. ,.. la IlAoD..tI.. ... .. ,...iQ..1....S i. :It 7 t6 7 r
- -
o 11'."" her., H1:umr"... SflYSTALS''ANGEMS: r tt7IIC..U1t1SID4 ;: have ,, L641'.M. ,. ,.- '* --: A.1I.P.1I
ot \ --- ----- ---'- .
'm'\\'hOo\ have to deckthemselves ,Ir. I ar, will go t '"' .it is U--r.M.: I. .r1A.. Ir.
' pwe- out with flaunt- BcamlUe Tt.t May Uu Ot .....d ThroMhHlmtrmHrtmf for action sf : jA. a 1 ibib !,.... .; .......... :;"..4 .....V.IdOOlta. ... U-lo ..u."v.Ar 10 P'.I I b
' lu.11. ufil and 01.... :. f mss Iu.1 I .bl J "., ....... .,"' wa1: :..,o.LIIII.I'&I'k.: ..... .:.,..i.L., 141 251,10 ::I.
and frills and fur- burden of food i 8671 a2N .:: . .....H'.tHl..natD<<..;... .....,.. ... 10 110w .'-
be\lJ'F1I\, ;' and gingerbread and gewgaw; Sketching crystals, Is fine and dcllcati repast of! Indls bead.1 1 811 a ... .q...................... ......TIUIf"' .. .. .. ...,,.:.:,.. .f.,.".'..;' .'t .. ..
''Tb'n got to nttr'acratteuUon In work 'requiring mueh'studya sharp-! _11.pertain,to be and Obi filii .,.... ,' t'tC.H..Wblt..llprto .................,. t. i
way) baryou don't, need It. You pointed, bard pencil nnd a sternly band ome. lIe may ; i that 818 7111OIl 7'11 ':: .."':................ ......,, ,Lek...L.k. Ult..>.,. .I t.r r.'t. ::, pie .

look! well in. any modest little tkfn .1 rifot; ot .U,4ia\ln::' selected vyour/fe;: .t fall fapip meals ', staff] I 1111: 818, "la u.u, ....\...'/"aA.?: IIamp: .BntleT.:7; tiO 7r'r 771e40

Yeti can lend distinction.,, to your of/crystals/ It,Is Veil tO'Studjriilf'fhe. tlons of : the 160 8110 .'. ..,;: .,.........,._...n"mptOl1 .,............... ... ... 'IN .' _
faotbeL". book. hare to say about them 'theIr as'Jie .wlshea.: to :! -at ful 8011 .. ......I'..O! ; O '.

M'''. { Tfelneger looked pleased..} fd then angles take cleatag large 'ptatiies.magnifying;.Tuster.J' etc., but 06 the ; 101 9M !' &I.I., ......w.i./K..i.IlOranome......."."...u...."... .a...."1..;.1......:",;.]....n0'. Ot ON 8".. .",
i' 'awfullr nice of you to say so," sheMrs. a ore glees his Tia versa ck, ; !umlng .1. : '. P.M.
.e Id. "but-:-,,." and examine them closely under It. An cumbersome ., In I A

f. {"And. another thing** continued unexpected: world will\ 'thus food orbl. ]: ; d ,''pos Schedule j } of the, AI.y.Roufd""Dille.,, riyer Sleepers., _

f-.-..' Pfelucger"we: can't afford any.needless often be revealed.- If the crystal are be transported } .*. fA pm ..v..,... .., ;i.'o U.( n. 5T*.-Y.. ...+...Ar 81 '
... Val
.. '
In'aUlttle-geudq1: c\vltT. such as ls 1 111' Ot. l; 7Ne.t.
extravagance. We aren't destitute, means of of .. : M' l\r
r. : ". "lt.D. a:Y .. .... am1.0.m
. +:
Cm1T fOn'1n-tb.,. el. fn volcanic a. 11
.thank goodness! But W. Just well trolltq Rs sol t '
as of travel, howe { /n..rdele.; .. am'
t: to'practice judicious\ economy Ves, I rocks.- you may *ee the falry-llkc cavern countered by- was .a'OaA.;.. ... ...Maeoa;,"' .,r .. .... YaLy Y.r :1.1 t4Sal :.,

Ji. .... do; I'm not complaining. Jteems lineal with sparkling gem, from should betaken the . "'t.... prl.Atlanta. O. tt o.ny ,.,......,... ... .0pl
a ..,. ...,; '
pm .CbattanoogaN.0.48TL.Hri- .
; '
which radiate tufts of fine hairs a. D ? pmS +
silken -
7P to me, though;; that )'ou"hlln The soldier of ; pm .,"t..N.h"tle. .;;; .;:. .0..'
with a big set In the. .' .. : .
Illetll1' ( gem crystal '
.ot.llrl'tly Iittlegbwus. Where' had a hard : : ) ; 1200' .U40pm .I.arlD. ... ..'a
that midst-sometimes the caverns contain 708am ; ... It". 'CENT. n.R .1..4'. ! "
.Yr brown: dress with the yellow trimming quently forced before r Lui. . .. -lo 5Opiar _
? I never see you went that purple gems of omethysC-or fluorspar. and was lucky' VPlxle Flyrr" I aulld train with through OMh.and Parlor ".. between
: You will observe crystals that hut'sbeen eon and carries drawing
now. of .T..u.ln"t..aDd l'alm.1 but room sleeper 1 etweea'eon
ripped stunted In their growth or uilshapen -, hlnmflf on a and "k"n"le) 'OI t .'
"I t
\ that up last spring and had four-day .up Nashville. Cairo. -
t the skirt dyed and wore It out. by the pressing, against them ever slncc-the "Qnlck Btep" la solid train brtweea Haoon and Palatka, and > through>
"%Ve11, you're lots of others. Wear of other' stronger growing crystals.: the |,eiween Macon and Jaeksogvlll >e. .
and the succulent '
Tou may see finestriae or parallellines Round Trip now on sale to Summer rolats and '''Atlantle
Mine of them. This 110"1.
Isn't n royal visit articles when to ...d White Toul t .
.a and Barker Is Just u plain as an old or Indications' of twinning ot ity of cooking tor.It WtLLIAMCMSOaLateatw.TJeePresident, Ma on'Oa> _
' hoe." . cr, tal"OU;; will notice also the- Hnei food Is a to C. B.UaoDBS, OeDer P.Dg.r Agent, NaD.,On,' l,
s.I "Ills wife may not be, though." of cleavage characteristic: of certain armies r J. M. irrZaT., A; Jakon.U1 FlU

."Oh, hang her! Wear anything you crystals and Invisible to the noted eye Jar army,, that It Is no the .. 'al I D&tL Atlanta, .' ' 4

like. I don't care what yon went." also crystals that Tiawheen broken In , ., $' "
Is ,
or camp T
and faulted and reeemeuted by mineral ; '
sold Airs.
I'' suppose Pfelncger. after University ''
without his
plete It. Iowa.,, The
: oouarav
matter. '
A"short pause "I, might wear that Hawing thus thoroughly studied thecrystals need not regarl/ < ] ; ,than\ livered hi.address,, in a' tent, )
little gray .U1 .'''bnt_" : aa
place them on a piece'of whlt tlon as perUous. manuscript threatened 'to'bw
;Why, ot courseVhnt's .
officers | .. + Colonel B
, paper In strong light and shadow S weorc n. ,-
that I f
I I'. met you'buyndress'and tlt'flarl', yoj. women' );et Draiv rite "outjimgclctfr and- strong. cracker, as ,was nd- Unite Stat. Arm.br1 ,

I pay .somefancy and tho angles fifi'iA sat the crystal the South In uI I so j / Dr. ), *.
J ; price for It and then aOcrlyjiuJiewo'ru
not'be"so, hard baking A substitute' for the! choplaln.f .
I once' or-Uwhe, sharply Borne 'cr.ltal. resemble: pne' tropical ptlo the' University.ftTU.!
j you go work be grateful tot .uJ)' already being tried 'in French an weight .
and rli : another so closely like certain forms ) ? Improvlad papgr t
H'lip orjelse bare
Italterlll.IIere of calcite ami-qturt .aa' t >' ,
i '
the "
suit for Vpo beenjwearlug1; same dress careful drawing can one be distinguished war with th | Mint ,or' Lnblate family 'Its, tI""hl1 script. At.. the dope of 'ie+r*

Jt for live five yearn'And 1JnJP expect-"cni to let wear"ttie! : from the other especially 'other food on. ; ; ;white '1"r.119 an Inch aud ,a' half( I r larly eloquent period Mr;'Has ,
more;; +
.iB41ii get, Into It. and It's the without the use of color?. In' highly speciesbf' bb -that I ( resemble the, potato ],I, ame In' contact with toe knife,'

with hols. ..bat same t olored'oresjfiutl( errtall,80m. bOflup, top of. the pa, 1 l I 1Iaol'lell. prepared' I In the seine .Juf; thrust'1t Into'til. 'tronser* port
My -- .
.)ftl ."l' >t \ 1"I: rnl rcnllstlc effects bA"eI bee :. 1ta1ned, :. _$rVi'Cl.Vle men not [ audience( ;; baving'notieet'tba
lnp-a"'t"pgllpd. "Velow'lI.,
dear, Plf wear the"' gr; y?*''she salitr 1I7....pLot lIJJ'.ln"Qgre.It\ Is not likely to i'.y/ :: ; /nnd-t, Mo
.... - many, orea c Ialggjl4Sfl.uOdi>< ,'eocg'Into'aetlon bread I the .winter; awakening with' the first (Something nbout'tb*'"Jester 'M .
'jOiu-kor.wae) aar--lrl8&.c..vC.I_ tlnctlve coloi%: thin you waist rely on fin4"thif''ranl' ? ) ; .hand I r''aMutb.' A' late 'blTeatglton' by1 Mr.} j liD;.th point' (a'Joke.T aD' f

- -t l'Dl-: : /go1n some forliie oCcI'Y.TI\U penetrating- Into : John B. Smith proves ,certalu'; ;.wlta his addreeif >i ." "
eWl1ayouulli.'IIe !JI d
? n iirir** rn "
I tirouo to, CaUfomla about ten years bojforjt -JJciitlc8linforiii with others of an upon his heels.. "ii.' t' I specieshibernate' In th.". adul'state)! I tLeter'tbe8enatOtWas.. ,: '

.. : and hnd prospered. -Pfeluegerwu entirely different oreF1iflyou-niay .- Theserylc: -" !: t ll lsh<*d] !. other )to ''the' larval .state; other 1 Dr; .Cynw-,Northropresllspg';
hove to"""d1t1tlngl1ll1l1'! "tbem'by color.Shading baa In the'larval litidsom.Itb..egglien Inj .oJ.WlniwsoUfar.
walking along the street one af'toriioon .been made f dr j only state, I }t.UIITrlt1' 11

when he was nearly knocketl ,-eni eolnlly lu tronspa'cent crya-. ?ortable, how } : o s. ; ;larvae survive reputed] tug,jtoaestyas-tlx:A boys ,

4' ,<- down with a .slap on the oqlder..iJt tail,, should be \11I1'1 parlng'y, except (have to depaad. trztng antt ..tiawjugiHfr; \ i'i i-:., !j'..! citing tj ewai p.

-"w-nn-tlie le'njr-Iost llflrkerr"-rte*: ba ". i -V ; -t.--.l1.;' ;!''I)"t )lt', I> m\.apprr"Uour.\ ;.
In trio ten year Pfeinegerwa* or- when the Itqscs of the ctl.talsf.e- miles 'a"daV; "- ( Tbe' .* A, new process, fpr recQverjpgthegreat explained .

not quit nrj'JUn.t It,iad been JTor thebetter. scend into: the dark depttm\/>re- sallied tojftlf- ; Phil, <'tnttel.of'',tn lost ln'tlnnod-1 forth the,"b }rowo'd""i

./' lit*frf' broker rflrtni; and gesses'of<<; the gcodtcavern.{ "Obtlog- Ing 1"'tIio\U' cans, Irou' '" ,, 'patented ? : eaie'ad: wdl-,. .M '

reddt"! Ja the fhc and 1 It \eemedtes" lf put dlHtljickl/1 that'Torms, ofrwhlt.;;'orjransluceutiorysl '<>l ij '*s4ab| tli\ \ '' \ axe j Sweden. The material la placed In.In.''exact 'dapl.U. : '* t' I Ibadtakeu. tea',. .

he was, rather: more UoisR'rptis.IAUW! ) In.U mnytbu wetlgto T'ece Of fat -] vessel''iron: or otHer stronger electropositive ?\,
manner than' formerly. However, bade ''a dark bactCaouOV.hnck'wot:: '' ..'tin dish of ." metal thaa'tln. and.this recep-f Senator Hoar had 'eanlid'cate'of

tbfT' ']undll>d tocri llioi nml I folnnirrtrhis them. .. .. .d.41,,. ;oj those & what tate 1* filled with caustic alkali de tbe borrowed hulls <
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naked his old-Unte friend and; bis' :wie r .t4nneumf' <" ji row of.: quart crystals.In |bag: and were *.", polarloer-r-Hiicb ai'copper o'Id ] ly ever since be received I r

who had accompanied him on the centre of a"rein'Is locked Jn "flapjack"! and In also' provided Au electric'current ls< ago from his,wtfe. + .

eastern trip to dine with him. the embrace of an opposite set like A enough wood or ) &1 con-: set'jip,'tie tlu.'o.t the aame'tlme'se19arnting or r' ," 1.

''A'LUUln't.hear,that you lm Bob,:' said rfelncgcr. "l.don't Are beautifully tinted wlthamc"Illy8tine -' gave"-out; a* If 'grog", alkali lins, 'ecoml saturated with'stan-; fllartl.x |n tb.Oattto '- -

that I would hare believed Jit If rr1a4.1 purple, whilst back-of them If 'Southern, may' mite, 'n rnrrent 'of'eorbonlo"'cd' .Injecteil -) All ''a .epoagh'tto.bfq -4T

'heard Ih" I'always thought 1o Alajer.of milky white opaline quartz, horse ''andIt Is : r.' Into ''thobolutlon' ..causingthej ''Jbuslne** Is a '

above such weakness. j agate; or ('l1al('(>lIolI.7'"I1." back! of that, IJ.J1f'T,1.trulltr hl' *' tin to'separatas' : .hydrate.) 'cattle' and make the Ares f

f" Barker again slapped him on the' a dense layer of red.;creltow'or. tarlevgated'jasper. ,,beDefttoent.omeelo," ; ; jl eeQ l This Is':treated with Acid. and metallic hi* land. Five thooMadmake

,shoulder and .keeping Ills hand pressed! .In drawing crystals tb. The soldier.of ) / tin i*'anally obtained from the result-. -' n. very good atvati many [

heavily there said In'a husky lt/Jm- : main point to be"aimed at Is their chary the assurance t liig' nlut.lon by. electrolysis.. I havebern'lltarted'oa' : pass
nctcrUtlo shape or grouping/ thi/ three meatt though wjth more one oosjld 4!
pre.t 1vo 'wlllIperl: >"My boy, .h...a a .*. I
corkerl" any one'seeing'the rketph may-reixvij., : that he will not ; ,' t'rofetitor J'i :Ill; ,theca.. President) oC, larger scaler; :kitevlt 94O

When the Barkers made their ,apr nlze them as belonging to.d particular food except- '' the botanical section'of should be set aside-*for","*}la"

pearance' Pfelneger could not help:ad. I[family. -When crystals are very small o( ,.mer ,., KocliiUon,>ia his address theBrlt.h'Ar., rehuukedlhat -., cattle. Flea[ hue

mlttlug that hi.friend' dcscrlp.Uoa us Jn. ,twin crystals ot .twln, or'In crystals qulred to take ; ra we are face, to.race with' make .the' first j"

'bl* wife was not altoJtether Inaccurate. of telluride ores, It legitimate rations,. At such i ;- the possibility.of some of the 'Arty; the'other tfmmu,
' ta.'magnlfy the crystal no a* to bring treaUi& 'made to come oat dit tn b I
She was a tall woman high colored awaiting himau ; \Bel-! 'el.ene'.of plants similar-to
out Its distinctive features. Some ores'forma cattle; .If one 1* |o lcy .
and with 'flashing ,black eye*-rather consisting: of i the thlln wblch'auIJaJ are.rendercd hn- ?
series<< of concentric rings') like '' right 'location,bta land-
too much color and rather .too 'much bread. ten ; : fun to tackl Ibt' .. lie cited thE
malachite blue to cost him snore than
green and nturltb ofCopper $1BQO
flash about ber; perhaps; but she'wail. better ounce of Il'CIl recent experiments 'of Benurerltv; who I I Tp
emphatically a "corker." She'wa attired ; they had be representedby : coffee, ; Allowed cutting of,begonl,'to grow'iar j,: the''matter'of'lotrtflpll'i'aretul'tbnsidetbtlon; !
their natural vivid eolon."lflne.anel sseuhi
In a costume of pale green satin grain'of ,,ftour earth' .impregnated ,with 'a Spades of i< The rancher ,
Minerals. should On*
elaborately trimmed that fitted her,to of tea with tour ; rice flnll.which I* an at.nuae form of. .he could use his.bonaMte, a '
perfection. 'and whan she sat down to The Admiral railed to fiat floe. .* a', little satt,and the tle Itotryjts clnoren. destructive par', should have 4

,dInner and the diamond that covered .Admiral-: Sterling almost became Ube ounce of,,tobacco, : that ,,ssite'of plantAfter'.Impregnation be near goodarras"and

ber finger up to the-knuckles sparkled possessor of a coach doe and some one :: thirty-three i: are the begonia ,phtutrf were subjected to; range, These governmentland, w,,

In the light of the candle Pfelneger In Honolulu' a loser thereby ..the dog Von package \) 'attack' by the parasite and resisted Jt somewhere <

could not, helpa sneaking leeling,{hat has' a hAbdt'of' following people\t: T; patient* jftrat "', |*rfci-tly< 'Similar'.results, have been Ilancli jensonably locdttoitat

poor.;littlo Mrs. "Pfclueger" will- some whom he takes a' fancy,.'and there ii In tough paraffin f : I';<',obtained by Professor Marshall Ward? t tI 'many',of 'these adrttutagea ,
whnt'eciIpacd.t ao'.haklft'hlm'off"'until be bi.grease-proof bter. 1 *founTln'( v|
northern 'New'
The evening-was notexactly; ) BU ct' into his head that a change of masters I meal In food., | -A )lborntor"of river hydraulics,'..li4 Idah->, .\Vyomlug MM"rndo

.CONS., .Mr*. Barker was vlvs.clousenough'even 14 Desirable. In some way he .followed other"article".. In. I ')' |''nn' for -studyingthv \ Kor' a4 good ;'Kll-aroand ;':'cut'and
# to the point' of smoking a an-offleer down to the naval station. et*. ";:,be work of streams-'a novel feature of,, Colorado Is bard to beat."
cigarette after 'dinner; She played the One of the clerks saw 'the dog -and. ,When the ;; ')' thp ':Tecl nteal Institute; of Carllsrahe, adv'i f.S: fcelojr Hs aecessjl

piano, too. In 'a dashing sort of way. made Inquiries tom other' ..tltlou'at..- tar:: In garrison he a ';' ,Tjo; J'rirer", I"I a tan with suitable Inlets : "

Barker .talked.a great deal and rather taches but no ''one seemed to know- the company: I, tciy and outlets, rDd ,'IIlmpJ mecbauUm .
boastfully of himself 'and his pride: In anything about' It. A telephone message ' I popular of the '' the for varying' Inclination.When" 'rw

his wife' wa* manifest. came -to "(his Inquiring clerk sistence under l tho, effect the current Ifl any:chajinelr .

To*, we're going to stop here a wee k shortly afterward a.klnghether such he may live ID *. IN Investigated'f'ceretulsurvey' A Mimoin"\"E"!

or two"* be said 'one.! '"Themadam a' dog :was at the station.. The clerk whereall the : ,lof-'n''' porUo'brfb0r: '
here baa_ got to buy a few more trunk repliedthat It was there and tied up, garrison eat in .- 'Tlrl (he'*'tauk Is given'-tlii fifty .cent p.ln"o. '. ..

fuls of dresses. I tellyou Pfelneger,*| and the person at the other end of the where tbe liquids 1 i proper; lopc. nd iiiC natural condlt ionsnrereprodueedon J piece; a dime; .aaicf4let.aatt'', -

x: Ihlfkt'ep"me'; - broke. 'about-all- , the 'phone said that dog was probably the J lon'and the ,; a' small 'scale;'little'I Barn toe TQon garkesedyr.;
.;trme. _: one Intended as a gift .Admiral Ster. ratlonth'- I lings G of shot'being 'lleirt'to-roneolidate. 'the players )et.thecolIuquickly .

Later, on.. as Mrs: Barker Vas 'ling.but had been Sent to Jhe.wrong variedIn the / : only'nud llr! <> sands of the bunks and t' )<" from ono;,1Q aaot
Barker coUed.Ptelneger'a'' attention place,1 and'the cler\!:'was J tasked If;be, Of pec4 the regol : rfther the atoucs'of. a ,'embank- .1CIIorer; but ray.: ,

"' 'to on"lot; her' ,rlDfff\ "''",nd: told Mm! the> would kindly present'the'dog: to the the' -,.. -. .. be'*,' ', wont 01 the bonlders! of "a 'tcravelly bent p
n !
'price'. ndmiral.' The clerk was unable to comply hearty and : I evil. l order that only the. stage!101 ter, the, cent,, the: .lr.
i !It I 1
In ,in
wag vaiattbatPfrlneger'told: with the request Just at that times; ,flatt home 1 flow''dealrctl player hold''
at He may produce any effect ) each 'tx>
himself, that hisguest was :'a .vulgar, owing to the'stress of work. Later In ms dine at noon .. ;It.",.,.j' il> "1i tl..(ha, tetik-provided with I.t' I.before passrnr.. 'W.h

r, purse-proud upstart, and that be- the day, In', "thlnklul' over his telephonic -, B+ or1 8 o'clock.' tl' i I t'I niennsi fOlly, filllag'leorwthe'outlet aU tns coma:.tb {i,;
'i .thanked the Lord that:Ms. 'Pfelneger lIe ) "
? Instructions the
only two meal .. . .o"111. for emptying very paper- and .11
-was not as Mrs. Barker He could not conclusion that the voice had a. fnull-. breakfast and an : IQ4el.j:1 '* of the experiments, : the player ppel"&r.
'keen his D .tb. lady< / : U'1 'wrte dowl. .
eyes or.her gowns liar sound, and'he. forthwith smelt a three hours before '. \\the :which !the
or her.rln;.. - ,Taf. ,Tb'e? dOC .Is, still.:'M (he".statlon"waiting rlona* In' the part'r" "1"tammtmr Ilmtr'a O44 Mlstakv. I'one ''Kettlng eh thei ,
.--. lil. owner. ,Admiral % tit* ; : Sterling been sclent i i i. Itenator" '',
"IflcaVy croU.h"rot eat' to
;' At breakfast""the next 'morning hoMid Jldn't need b dol'.-aOJbotY.rlTonelnia la .Hoot' wa*, the :\neD Hi relY ;
(t. Into account the U. an whleb,1ake the: Of.conrsq:the' ,P.
tjsuddenl F'MoWe"J' mraercial Adrertlserk orer
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iValtejj Gazette :'RACE. QUESTION IN POLITICS :4atoroible drowning took place tn

.: ?..L.PNON. NO. 11 u.1'PVWSND.v.ay :On'the subject of'the race question XIssLnmee yesterday, ntornlnij the'vlo- ..

'. becoming factor in Ithe approaching r tim FSIDAV .Uf tessn .. by chord around its necfl
national campaign the Savannah
:wee It : Taller UaMtte ,
Bnlldtat. into . .. '
forced I -"-- '
was --
the water
,1tI..DlJ..OIC&uLACOUNI'YrLL: ; Morning News, t.bat.t.aI4 old exponent, protestingwith --. ---- "."r ',
*' . of the Democratic faith.of the uth, . ; all power possessed and although ,. \ ,
,X B.; Pwiro FROPUKTORS. the' deed was witnessed by half a do- -" ,,' \ . .
W., B. H.,.ri., J ,. says,,edltorially,3"Thei 'I '. I
en reputable citizens (or' said to be) H "
,; talk among >*UtlelaM .inWashington ; \. .," ., .. '.
J. B, POUND, Editor.. I, is that there 1s i. jSNNtbaabillty nets; linger was lifted In behalf of the .' .....'

*BUrd at tn.* FoMOffle. ltJaalm-.... that the race quesden wUl,lay victim to stay the hand. of the ....a'i.loand , '.< .

M-*oo*>d-olaa.Bull matur. they. are.therefore parttoepscrlml- i .. .
an Important part IB be eaam>*lffn -,
"" 'fab.erlberti will pleaa* 'notify the *slo. If next. year If it should fee an issue it clt and will be BO held by tbe.coIDIDu-1 .' A4 ..

:.' tlu. 7 f.0o get th. paper,...III&I'IY.iF will have no prominence hi die South olli,. The victim belonged to the pr-o- ;

.$ : .*.U esmreel.tbn._...,.ndent* must em.aromoUraathorbep be .he- It.will be confined to the Verth, and talldae f'lllllly11..1d, to be a.American i .. .:. '- .

_' :_4ortd aaUer will 'notb* returned ..!.*. principally to those states km. .which, the notwithstanding the"foreign uspectttof -rai'r "' i1" '
his name, Is further said t.obarebeen' ,}, 'I" i\
**d eSltor U no* responsible; for optnka..apre..d :. negroes have considerable. voting.. .' i :," 1 ,'.
by oorreapondenu. strength. a D..baohhl. county, havIng .. ' *7" r:'r'
"Z' i'AdTrUil rale*may be had on. appll edoG. ,' first seen the light of day some /' '',. ', I I .
It does look II.... Democratscould --- ." ,
as "
::; ;r1"; ( " " :<" "., '
_ SUBSCRIPTION BATES.Ooooop use this question with considers yean afro in the southern part thereof --- .' '. '

": *.0" ....,........:.......,..,.,...LOOD. ble t effect. There,le undoubtedly agreat : ;where life was passed almost In seel :: " ,:;:::j. .L ;
..Pt'. ..l. month..........,............. .,JiG us Ion. The family said to be well : .
", .C.)o* of>jr.Ur** month. !..... ...,...... ...... '' .m I deal of prejudice against the negro '" '
known ,
down .
there members of which
in the North. It. is cropping out ', ' . ,
Friday, Aug.. 21,' 1003.' --:; slmostdailr. ;.'" The white toilers are have occasionally been induced_ by t. .' '' .'

will not* admit hunters to break the tles-of home and i ,." ,'.'1< ":'', .,
.. against; the negro. They I \ ... ,. :" ,d \ '.
k;, TM V-"S>". ,Ea..tlo." him to their uDlonl.and they will to venture out Into ..theI met'with world, ,where Wr -- '' ''-, '.. ,. . I,'. -
I Examination of applicants for not work with him when" they can they always been fares( : .
An -
: of awe. _and.adrolratlon. .,. While retlt- ...: : .' ': \ .
'f.eacher.-oert.lftc&4.8a wilt be' held :at avoid doing '0..A few-days ago--we .- '
,' Fla. statement from negroes of ing in disposition there was a fearlessness ; i '
the court bouse in fCissjw&ee, published
.'*beg-Ining 'at 9:30 o'clock, s, m Tuesday this city who went North early Ibis depicted In the flash of the eye .
that; begot the respect; of all, who met
Sept. 8th, 1903 tend ,Aootlnulngif summer for the purpose of getting employment
them and when Intruded upon by the
; necessary two 'or more Any*. >aa. waiters. It seems they '

Jr' Applicants.. will provide-Items*!*.** bad; no dlmculty.lnlrft.tlngpJ cel, but curious would Inevitably strike an at* ,I
titudeof defiance that '
said forcibly ..
more .
P.Jth pen, ink. and legal cap paper.W they were unable to keep them. The .i r:....: I
'' than words 4'st.op-don' Ob ...
.. B. HDJTOM, white help,wherever they went wereagainst step I ."
made me.. Thb victim of this tragedy Was .. .
Plipti Pub. Inst'n, them. They were 10 un-
handsome, and bedecked .lo a pew suit ,
*fc": Oseeola County, cOmfortable by the petty persecution'
,. ---- t.O ", which they were subjected that they in which a few dollars are said to Jay. THE ARCH SUPPORT OF :

_,: THE Florida 'Tillmanltes accuse These are the cause of the tragedy and ..... ,
back South.
Came ,
I beingthe corporation Jack Hancock is said to be the heart- -
Bob Davis,of WellS We have pointed out many times less creatures who threw a noose over "A '
fcandidate DO OTHY..DODD"
for governor. that the avenues of emp.oyment at the Its head and thtn not l satisfied with . .
wager ne'hat' that "Our .Bob"never' North which to negroes a that submerged it under water for two .
In all his life possessed half so all closed hours or more before be had the courage .-.. .'\
railroad telegraph ands few years ago are nearly to strip oIT the handsome new suitIt . .
oany. now., The few that. are still open' are. wore, and which we learn was put. on 1
.... franks as TlUman. lost during being closed. The'whlto people will since first coming to Kisslmrnee, .a SAVES Tllf FATIGIE

his reoent lecture'" tour through. the not work with the negroes it' is evident few weeks ago but we have been unable .
i,.-Gainesville'; to learn from which of our merchants -
from this that there is a. very It was'purchased. Butaa kind
",EmroB'Caldwell of the "White strong,feeling against the negro In the as generous and as anxious for tradeas ] tired from long walking or' standing, you rest

_ rings Herald refers. as follows -to North. they all are we..-doubt that any -of W.heiLyoltr
that : them would have, been as humane to holding it in your !hand and compressing it firmly
',.Caonwell; Gibbons charge "In making the race question a cam: uoh-a customer an was Hancock.The .- ,
Wholesale Grocers' Association palgq issue Itwlll be pointed out that victim was a seven foot rattlesnake '
around and beneath the instep. That is exactly what the "Dorothy :
f Florida -drugging the press of the Republican party lithe ally of the th6' akin of which Jack will

State:" We only wish that the -that it is standing by him notwithstanding make up Into belts pouches etc., for Dodd" Shoe i
> negro which be has created a great deinaud. does for you all the time. It i is like a soft hand firmly
karga were true, so far as the editors the hostility of the white _ ,

. concerned. Our editor wants to begged people to him. The idea is to appealto Don't worry if you meet with opposition grasping the "waist". of the foot and supporting the artli. You will !t-

with some of the stuff thai this prejudice with ,the hope of getting when you suggest improve- % .- - -

rD) handles;.In fact, he wants his white Republicans; to abandon ments. No Improvement was ever never realize how much of your daily fatigue can be relieved until -

ire family drugged-with.grits and their. party on the ground that it is a made that was not 'opposed by some

i sides for Instance.XHiiJ negro party. one. the Dodd." the Dpdd" retains
. you.try "Dorothy Aiid "Dorothy '_
'! of Hon. W. R. Dorman "While such an appeal might not; .,
name 00'
aentioned. 'as a probable pandldate have much effect "on t.blt Republicanleaders $60QPOPf=f-riy Us arched shape and sets closely up to the foot '

the State' Comprollen. He .Is a it would c..ule. great; many
,,. white working men to transfer their allegiance after it has been worn for months. No' other shoe ..
man of fine business qnatlflca"represented Z .
; This is the sump Z"
from the Republican to the averagfe paid ,
i;( Suwannee county'last Democratic party. If white voters In' is made like it. Other shoes bend at every step
,ha session of the Legislature daily to policy-holders by-T4ie

t,credit to bllll.elf'and sp accept- Ohio, for instance, andIn Indlanna, take. Thus thefoot -becomes tired. Is
Illlonis, Delware and a number of Mutual Life Insurance Company you "
r't.Q.h1;. i oonstltutnents1 as to cal)

hem this mention of, his name, other states where the negro- apparently of New York. Multiplythat .: ) worth) while to endure tired feet when the .
_ wide holds the balance of power 11.
i as.he ihas a, aoqualptanoe;
gfnout\ the State ,he will make a; the idea into their minds! bya'year' and the wonderof is so simple-Dorothy Dodd Shoes. They cost $ '
'ashould he flnlnally decide t.hathe Republican party
; the when
> .....,I the oampalg-n.. . negro rather than the white man, the amount disappears C. W. DANN has exclusive sale. -
*'. r chances are that thousands of Repu'bclan you learn how and where the ,
I Sunday laws, as pertain to the voters would Vote with the Democratic .

l"of liquor tn Jacksonville are party.: '- largest accumulation of trust -- ---- ---- -

strictly enforced now and the to- I ,"While Republican ,voters In the funds in.t1)e-world is invested .
I of that city are finding- for once North are willing to It..ndb7" their , "

....1i i DO shamming .about the party on the negro question as long as 'as shown ;in<"A': Banker's Will" 0. h.

_ TMs condition is the result it U confined to the South, but' Justas This book is cent CALF bill :

1 .i ,f silt ii Imatlon of W. J. Bryan soon !as the race question begins to .- . .. \ .on,,, ,request.i,';,'" FORFOR
''fMorney, who rightly saysdsa trouble, some of them at their homes, Tw. Ca-p..y ,.ab.' .
i laws are not ot his making they become Impatient ands show 'a .ftnt lm Anew. -.- yep v
nr* \.AnouM .... .
duty Is to see them enforced FollcyloUm.ftnt
i of it.
get rid speedily
disposition to .as tm As .
t he will do regardless of,con IIDryGoods.
as possible. .. CLOTHING. j!
.L His position Is the only "No doubt If the question were THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
; one and the attitude marks himkonest : would
made an Issue the Democrats get
; and fearless official who some votes by its but at the same. tune _
gdo to, tie. to.Oeinasnboon. The chances 'BICWMB A. McCvuv,fm\t\ ..L ij .
= they would lose some. i m!
I seems to be gathslee are however that. they would gain Nassau, Cedar William and LIb- .r J/r /;>>-;>>" ;>>;>>7>>7>>rya; ; .

than would 101e. The erty Sts.: New'York N. Y. '
i and weight like a snowball many more they :

A._ i I stown','bill.. Demoractlo! State negro Tote would of courae- remain CECIL WILLOOX. Jacksonville Manager, i''Ia. "'" .

> Hall, 'of! Pensylranla, says. with the Republican party. The purpose M. TILLER. Agent.; Klssimmee Fla.

_* ouof i his state will be for of the Democrat would not be to --- ;------ -------:-- -r- ---_ _ ___.

i In the oonyenilon. Represeni gain negro rotes, but, as. ..t.&t.edbe poooooeoooooooooooooooooW.LVanDuzor&Co. ..

_ i Issankbead. of ''Alabama, says. his votes of white Republicans. who are I Formula'tells the story : ': '

_>.,li|Jarorof, Gorman ,?A'rlcentLheGeorgta'legislature bitterly hostile to the negro as a Dear ; ,
showed neighbor and fellsw-workman."

'.'i. to be,the favorite of 'tbe'lDem- Senator B. F- Kirk of BroOkivlll Grove's Chronic Chill Cure '

goes, oonven- The .
I. tn the city for'a few days Sen.
isMU, some;:'time off, but it is Not a patent medkfctet a thin Spirituous liquid, of.a |J Is here for the of
ator purpose. looking, '
sarly"for: :public opinion tot after his political fences, and said. Fluid Extract: PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK ,
.;and U seems |o be.shapingWwardi ESTATEAND Fluid Extract BLACK I
i yesterday that be was in the race for ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK ",

:"i ''the Maryland' ri man.- Secretary of State.and that he expected INSURANCE, Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA :'1.

'Valley'""",,," "Gazette: has;come- out for to a In representlve referring of to the his Times candidacy toOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOO. It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. :! I

-BV.Fetersburg-Times. Partly Union, he said: Notice o TO Best.General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Price. 50c. $I
--s, >ly antrne.: True In that ,we ""I am going to make the race for Application to Sell'

I f...him tints all others citizens 'Secretary of the State and I expectedto Personal Property. I
';ahim'are giving'their tlma win. I know that both James E. NoctceJe' hereby given to all whom U mar 'j
concern that tho uuderilgned ttottf
,'Irf the .development of the Broome_and H. Clay Crawford haTe admlnUtralor ol the __Lales'0' Kobert Katz H&e.-

..,$ Ju.t.lbere.we wJlllsar we1 wish a great many' friends in all parts; ot widow.Lanier, dac deceased a.8d,, will and 'of on Mary Saturday C. Lanler, the nth hln To Cuiea Cold in One :Day CqreeCrip .- .

t : ,least ,one 'Florida. and that they will make a day of September, A. U, him, at lo a. m., apply fa Two Dyi. ,
1MSrjaiL3tke' to he non. W. a. Joba.l
'. county;,, Untrue good race. My candidacy'is to be Omcoola oonntT 8 teofFloridaforanordertosell I Take Laxative BrOUlO I .4.
ton carried that the V. G based upon my qualifications. for thposition onal at property public aateftbe,-belonging following to tae described Bald per- Quinine Tablets. JB ft, jg.SsvsaMllBosrtcaMaoMiayastiamossflis. on every
]Ibis political',views or and riot. upon the ahortoonqtugs to-wit All that, certain- stock"of rattle ranging i ioountlM i.1 the ThIs Signature' *& >O >1 box. 25 'T'NOTICE.

l he may favor We know of my opponents. I regard both of Owwola and Brevard In M14.8tate .
the gentlemen 'have branded RL, and marker In the fallowing .1Ii>
these but be
:yf ;. they what ai mark: Two anderblta la ODe ear. n.dpp lope "
'i :|hey out ;no Ice with us, good men, and will not during the nnderblt In tb. other ear, and nnderilope. un ' 1
derbll In 011
one ear irop haffeirln thowtie Notice
i of candidates fro shall campaign ende."or'. advance my air-aaldstock; of cattle numbering, hundred!., Creditors. \\l'

.,,n;. be' made'' ,regardless. I of, political interests by attacking. them and vTbU arty 11th head day of moreor Anguit lea,*A.. D font Notice I. hereby given thaI the following delerlbed land.will"be sold at public .uellnll oa and Notice dlatrlhutee.I. hereby. and given all to eredtWr, legatee. .
in any way.Senator .". MO81IS KATZ. I We 71b day otheptember A.D.IDU9. la front of the Town Han 1.lClalmm..C1I1.OIeIlO.a mand.agalmtthestatet person b&.lulJ de- f
; . 4i i Admlnlitrator of the eitAtea of Robert H Florida, orb o much thereof au will be necessary to pa, the amounte due for ta... herein .el deo....... MarT linli,Robert H I. Lanl.r. .
}j I Kirk is known throughouthe IAUller.d.ed..... Marr C.LlLDler.due j. ppott.1e 1[ the lame. with Ib.soets of advettidng. and .. .. . mased 10 JssSf?same duly. hie widow de-.
Jacksonville'' Metrop lbftUowtDA' State. He has a good record ai a P." A. VAiu. A.N.w. -.o.W.NEa. to th. & auU..UCale4.. :L

I State Senator, and his friends here I 1MM.Attorney.MSMh e DKBCEIPTIOK.' TAX AND. COSTS. dale he..1 u SS& aw'Othefrom _

I',: Wills,of Eighth ''Florid a' i iI are inclined to believe that ha will 1 Juknoirn[ .. ...\.u Block Robert WL.Bau.......Addition... ... ,. ,. ..........:..... .. .. .. ... .. ..It18 qiieited may be Indebted 1llgsuitti::, bas; > renderedtdevery &D make ,an exoelent run.' Senator Kirk Notice'/ '"of Application to Sell 1 J McPHATTEa, ,the nndenlgned... :4 h "',
,, \.....'? board otOQ will remain la "the city for-severa Real Estate. :, ._.. _> Taa Co'lector of the Town of Klulmm City ylondaf Thl. ** 6th,A.. D. IWM .,__ "Nd. .

i in the state. 'It was clays-Times-Union. 19th. Inst. Voiltw hereby given that wlfl.. ""I9th ++++++.- M ISemi t I If I ...+. . It U I ... .. t . I .It I It +.. .Ad..IDlatr.lor' , of the eetattee ICATZ.o. Robert H. ." t'e ',J,-.U.;
day o. September .... D. 19oa at IC P. IIM.r10.Laal.r,4
suit lo decide which III j A. Y Ma-AOaaw, WM
t'B FOr !MI.. the forenoon apply o the flonorabl w. a. Nurseries Attorney :. .
:: Tropical
.If sty the county 'treasuriloa .; J'oba.\oa COIIItll Judge 01 Oaeeola OODDI1. ; seth 1001I. ., ,
\ eta of Slorlda. .
,'(or Veoelvlng and One Smalley; No,,ft 'dragsaw aDd d.r0 ..11th. al real .too City. for aa on Stanley's
QI.tuD41,-aD4 the 'de- .wo 7 foot. saws; one; teaoock .wood Oeoeola nounty ata4.Of''rlorlda, bessrlbed as Florida. Business College, _
plltter'62 inch fly wheel, '4'.Inch : Orlando . .... '
i she.board.o(' public in. y.gInningataetakeons'qnLrter'of'a I Tbosi..vnie Geo.1& ..
_ .. I axle; one Peacock wood splitter lone T" .
...' p.", 'St.. IQ several.t1 com- north of South ltaal_rner of Section 2D. Tp.1N : If-you; Intend p'antfnaany' Fruit Trees this fall, send We need more oantr
J p lete-ah&tt.loe. pulleys and.oonneo- AA3.8' ruB west we .-. north 18* leit, Vait .I me list mood..polll men to guppy tbe ..dem.ael. -
.: iepunty gommissiopers f!f t.1 i ions; all new and' ttsed-but little.Splitters .- ;. 1 fete north ale I..., ..t&a feet aonCh ese of your wants and I can save you money or Orange, Peach and a".1 l elenorrephen WI for. if oompete'YOU will.. bookkeepen -'

paid the commission,' S, 'guaranteed to split. any kind S212ti I lopUovnf_berinnlng. lhe ..m. beiD.oootalolng' the PropJrt? 01* : 'Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. *-- '. or aohool more.o..llhlD nor'b.UOK till d.,. and pu.ueone enter our 'to
of> wood. The lot is offered at about I II of Martin Nylon. deoeaaM, and to be : fully nompInte P..crlbe4. 0011... and a D,,",,"
*e .banl'declstoa they A 9 I per cent. of its value.. If interested old lor lhe perit MId :.eozasa' aillo. The.hors name otrjr" Ie wIll plane you 10 a pox,
I-.t. W. Ra ;SPEIR. open dnlyto
'dQ'It.: 0 .' good chase
.? jc '. 1 'P. ,ofEtof lIa o'tnd babl. j.
f "V. J /1"/ Jif" q., ,fast-4 '011,4-.4., Maniaflj, Ie++I tt+f++++fhH+:Hf: ++WF t.. . I tI..u '.111t It III 1-1. .tODoe. tall,1 forDIaUcm addreaa .
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Klsslmmes Valley GazetTLPHONI tie of, I.
5 .We.tM. ".. 'I
Ten Miss.3$ffle! Blade of Orlando spent N'NVbytNN! i H *' .. .. ". I
WoTiT! ? thousand pounds :6t',soft shell I portion of' the week with friends InJ&sslmme. I'f r'
r turtle!. i r slwesslocals'; 'S'S'I Professional '
I W.'BMAB1Na0NC0. /
.... ; _s I nan ,AW ( I r f
PUBLISHED:: EVERY. FRIDAY VOid papers 20a per hundl'sd'at th4 W..J. Sears has moved' into the I i twr.a4aK Ti 1

G.al8t.t.e. oftloe.' ocoupled ...
office by Attorney .
POUND A HARR | .. recently "- - "--
.. for oMn. D. P'' Ora4am 1ftrt last nigh t R. H, Seymour, See M counter'at Dana's. FRAUDS' .A;.,(TANS'AGNE, W, '

OHUnOH 'OI".OTO"-n Winston to spend a few days with! l K. W..Irvine, ..a ,brother tn-law ofJudge ; : Ar-r 'r.ILA.W .. _..
the family her W. Standardratterns at. Xat.a' .. -:1 .8Y' ;. ....
son S. Orattam. J fFi Parker and a prominent ,
O.oao.-PNIIeblul' .
scot h < N PuaUe.
bath., n Tbu..da..m. and.r Oclock. Pra,.. m.enn Horses] Horsesl Horses! I' will be I traveling salesman' waiIn the .town See those Co pen tablets at Dann's.. ; ? .:./jT- .1 '... 'KIbSIMMBE. FLA" "
... morons a' 7 p -ab ber.I t f ,
8oh0\\?l ,:U ,,p, eeLh InKlsslmmee on AU* iBtah, with a Wednesday School shoes, good. ones,at Dana. INn ,, t '
Putor.Amn fine "
bunch :
of horse. R. J. SV SIMPSON
i Miss [) ,
Cnoiioii-0. I. Friar, Pastor Mr. Fed Tlslon and MattleTldwell .
Preaichin..vef7 Bandar 11 a. m, and TYouu jTmndi. W. J. MOCRACXKK. New goods arriving} at Guloe. Brat ,
Peorle'a meeting '.10 were ,married at the Single &.do'.., DENTIST
1 n. m. So .
45 Bohool(.46 a. m.' Prayer nvoting every ThonSiy Howard Kau baa returned from his Creek Church. last night.Ow best ERIE YTJlIN {1 "
1 p. m. Vlalton alwayi w.ioome, trip to North. Carolina Headquarters for school supplies 'at Office over Oeceola PhsrlnaeythOFnCE
I wishes
II"! .' 10M II" EPiaooFAl CHQROK.4Aavld B., and bas taken { attend them.A Dann's. .
f' Kldd Rector ervleM 7.11 the icoond BUD up the duties of a salesman in his 'T?'tTJUJ" t':9: a"m, to IVm.'. -.
.'.dayofthemonth Morning' urvloe at Ioi6Qe'o !! father's store.. ---' .handsomemonument. now marks I Call Guice. &. Bratton's new, f' ':30 to,6aGp.: IDe

'paBiivTBBiAM k..Kreulnaaerrka C.o cit.-a7d0 Dlrtna-wonhtD- roloak' :: on Mrs.. George the last resting place of the late.C.., 'B.; goods. i ..Telephone. No. "18 Jun 4'lyr.DR.A.u .
every lint Sunday and third Sunday In each Gilbert and little Thel- Earnest of thII place the same having .."
' month. Morning tervlce at U m. ma left on' Tuesday If you wish to save money:buy :from J WHY ; STEVENS .
) a. Even.In for Dade City thlsVeek.' MOT ,1N { ,
..rrloe at 1:OO i>. jn. Sunday School at where been.erected Dann.' ...
'::411... m. O. E. aervlo* at ':16 p. u.. Prays rneatlnf they will spend a month among. Jaunts Hanklns ,her i
: I Tbandar evanlnif at 7:00p. m. Ev- friend. and relatives. . .Miss on way Try a pair of solid Ba"tJeA.x.Shoe. ,DENTIST., ..., .
..,1>04, 1. moitoordiallT from Dsytonato'Bartow. topped over Ouloe
at tt Bratton's.
, .....Ioe.. F. O. KilUlT Mrs.-; )
v Patton ; Hughes bas sold her ,lea.e'ot, Administered.fficsHounr .
Wednesday and Thursday of this DRll
: Atex-. V."III. 8apt.of. S< 8. the Central House and a portion of Its week with Miss Albert Hlnton,, Little pencils, 'big pencils- -,..pencils.--*-* ] si i 8.30 J A. sa ... and
for ""
everybody Dann'sJelly
; J to Po' ,
-.. furnishings Mt-Bemtagton who bas qo 3o 4ORLANbO
ffJgianv..tbe >>
: 'i Report taken : 'i'., W.: Thompson! undertaken and : : ' .FLORIDA
possession. director..erected -- glasses ,and fruit Jars at .

AyaaA.a-TsarsuTOsa-wee.THUBIDAT BVMI.. Aug. 20, 1I:1fM"IMS.: -The"crop of young quail is, ...i'd'io. mOQument'funeral over the remains,haodsome of Mrs. Thompson's.Summer .-. -' ___. 1- M.. W1LISONjR. .
\1, L
be : N0 I J ,
fine .
jhls year and the prospects of Nancy;Ward'at the Jack Barber oemCery clothing reduced In price at TA ." "

-.... Inn. Sato.Prldar f fine shooting' they will afford is 'de- a few days...ago Ouloe A; Bratton's.. f . .' _1 NOTARY PUBLIC.,', ), :
:--- - lightful to those who indulge Iff" i I } .STATE'AT' ,LABOK. S J"""
+ the H ''C. Stanford left "Wednesday Another lot.. of "Dorothy Dodd"
..... Meaturday.p.J. .. 1. .... Port. II' shoes Just received at Dann's.. Real Estate; Agent .il
] E
11I: 11' night for New York and other north JlAN
'BuDd., ........... 80._ U 1.10Mouday We received a pleasant call 1 [ KISSIMMEEJXORIDA.. t
,......... .11II 13 ,2& Wed.needay ern markets purchase the. ..fall and Stanford Is sole agent for Douglass I .'
1'ueedar..a..... 1$ 111 ..,. from'A. F., Loverlpg, the bust winter stock of goods for' his. tore at Shoes Kisslmmee. f W. WE L, '
Wedneedq....... 11II 12 .... : J IIA.R
"' Thuredn......... '13 /I "t". ling traveling agent for the Times-Un his.. place. He was. accompanied by Dorothy Dodd" shoes, have thestyle. i Iii .
ion, who'wa.. here in the interest of Hold JUSTICK OF T.HII PEACE'Aan:
'" r Mrs. Stanford .and will be away about only'bj Dann. IUT her THEM AT .'
; 7A. 8IVP8OM. NOTARY Purfuio
P. M. that paper. . STATE AT LA ZGlt'MARRIAGES .

4.! Our rates for Insertion.adrertlsetnents 'The friends of Mrs. C.; E. Earnest two Klesimmeewill be well represented, at Sold Try only air by.Stanford.of Queen! Quality. Shoes' i Office Stewart A" SPECIALTY. .

; among( the reading' matter on will egret to learn tbat she, is report theState University next rm If nothing I OSCEOLA on Avenue _J
Subscribe ISblMMEE
'.t this page Is ten cents per line each'ln. i ted lobe. seriously ill in Tennessee, occurs to prevent the present expecttlops *- I 80cts' r.7'eU'.at for "The Kata's.beslgnerf". at i ,, :, ? (a, FLA.,. '-. '

sertion. 't'hl I where she U spending the summer with of the following young men: PHARMACY. U'O. THOMASON. t. XI-k
.L" Payslclar asd'eseteos..
; relatives. Fresh Mutton Tuesdays and Fridaysat "
Howard Katz, Too Curruthers JtmCarson AU.CALL -J
Reeves : AtUUTSBStr.ld
& Woods'. ,Phone 61. : : "
Wm Harwell of Orlando has been .=-Robe "\BrattoCarter .' .. '...... !iJ.
f ....tFtMMFMuRiktMk c* :33. Office ..... 41 ";
here this week having heen'c.Ued to Thompson, .Fred Bass, Earnest Shiver Subscriptions received for "The De. +MkP+R1P1FR. lcT"Rm"1CI.7'LA.!: ._., _,_ ,

'hl Local News. the" bedside bf-bis brother Judge J. WHarwell.who :Beachamp Steffee', Marion Carson, slgner"-at 800 ,per year At KaU's.. . ,

. we re&'l'et'to !know I. Irving and Simpson, This I'Dororthy Dodd" Shoes are fully

critically 111. fine body ol young'men,,' are capableof guaranteed, you ,take no risk. Sold"
only by Dann., '''-1';
doubt will reflect much credit
- Miss Flora Farnsworth returned an no / ,

," from Athens Ga., a few days ago, to upon, their county there;, ,'/Theitandsomest line of Spring and

Quiet times.A die delight of her many friends. She Mayor Aderhold, has .embarked in Summer Dress Goods ever ,offered In

., pleasant we' kj ,. las been attending a Summer school the business.of raising Belgian hares town 'at. .jCatt's:I . .

Wade t.h&tunerOrlando.e for' teacher.;In,for the..past month or and now has thirty or forty head that We are now-Ean lllng '.om extra
I fine Fresh Meats-Beef "',, Pork, aud
'Y I r Mend our HuHlness Locals. two. I how up as well as any we ever saV.:'"'' Mutton-at our market.. Call* up phone bpi

Send us v6ur Job IVintlnir. The weeds have been cut along the His arrangement for their keeping al 01 and give us a trial ordcu. "

,I "DUtrPsslngly healthjr," say the streets and Sidewalks much to the improvement low. them freedom the .grass,,the Hooves.Woods. . .2hE. '

physicians of our people. of the appearance of the !ground and hutches, or shelters being For Sale., ? Ltm 'I.
town. Could this. 'arranged that they are' '
Prompt attention even any'Insur work extended to so Three good m'Ul and"wagon./ Apply y '

ance or Beat k. tate placed with J. M. the vacant lots the improvement wouldbe romp on the lawn or to ..eek'Lb.. shelter to W.. B.; :.IAKI soN ,Co.Stove ..' SUOrmhf.ifE.V ,,1 /

Wilson, Jr. great Indeed. at their will. Of course he has this ,
Mr. Char sub-divided so 'that tie may separate , I' wood. WHY FAMOUS-; ; 1'!, : .
Mrs Clay Johnson, Jr;. went up to aqd Mrs. Bandy 'and WVwlll '
furnish Stove '
them 'at will. The Colonel Is fond Wood deliyered ,: .
to J. Ft. Gilbert Jr. very
Orlando Wednesday visit ber aunt Mr" :: , ret.urnedbome
takes with them to any part'of town'at 1.00 per Because-they have stood: for'"durabllity ,8t18'
Mrf.Watklns of that place. Monday night from Ft. Myers and of them, great pains / every test -

I, George SummerUn of Melbourne' Is Punta Gorda where they have been and wlllbeforelonl'hav..ome' Strand., MAYNARD DUMBER Co.' and: comfort that years; of}; service have' subjected, ,them: ''io 'and', jl thaveirneteveryrequirement

specimen for sale. While on a recent -'To' Cure A Cold In One Day; ,
spending a few days among his.AUr Visiting among relatives for two ot: \ c .. thereof io the entire satisfaction{of
three weeks past.. visit to his premises we peeped into Take Laxative Bromo' Qulne Tab the hundred*'and the thousands '
merous friends In this place. of ome'VJ' o daily wear $hei...;
his pineapple shed and the sight webeheld lets. All druggist refund the
Mrs. Roma Thomas returned home We overlooked the return home of was a revelation!, .as.: Ignorant If its fails to cure. E.. W.. Grove's They are therefore famous for the three, qualities that'mus ; ,be'

last Sat.urda:1r-ma: visit iinonjf her Henry Stanford a. from Nashville last of their. culture as we. are.,, lie signature Is on each/box.. 25o o. ceolaharmac7" combined Ina shoe to !entitle) jtto any consideration ;at'sll..b-, '

friends and relatives. at Palatka.. week as welt the return from Sea- has but a small piece of ground set to '" brands :
of look
ny shoes weU; I
breeze o< Mrs. H. 0, Stanford Mrs.C. many
Special Bargains for the next 30 them on which the plants are standIng -
of of these 'points:"of, |
days In Rye and Corn Whiskies, .2.215' W. Iiann and Miss Albert. Hinton two to three feet in h !A'ht.hjaDd -.... I hatfp'one more ; '

per gallon. A. E. BKAKDKN.Cbas. several days ago so Interlocked that ''it t seemed almost ,,excellence well developedand'ttre, really -.

1 Farnsworth has been appointed Nine ear loads of cattle; about 350 impossible to go among them 'They good,shoes,-, but, none have. I the,

1 agent-of the A. C.,I*. at Campbell, head were shipped from this place last are fruiting well specimen at'all'staves three'developed to thatdegreethat4: I ] ,

I,? vice Mr. Ivey who. has been .transfer"red. . Sunday morning by Hull Bass' to the 'of growth from the tiny bloom to ',puts them;in,the same, class as'"\n a"] ,
Brothers \
.. Lykes at Tampa., The .W. the fully developed pine of 8 pounds
Queen unapproaob-'
Quality, :They are
B. Makinson Co. shipped' two carloads .
Seed Irish Potatoes now ready for being seen altover'the plot. This is an '
to ed,, and so. far, unopproacbabW'; by
Tampa on Saturday. .
.' ,planting; 02 per bushel, or $5 pet bar enterprise hx.wblch the Colonel delights '
rel. Lesve''my'. Office. W, Little"Mildred Lee passed her sixth and we are pleased to- shots the ,',,, .competitors.; Of course we, lt.i i> .

L. Van. .Duror. t birthday last week and was presentedby success that be is meeting with ... ', full_supply pf_all,_styles: on.:;,!'i"-.':

Mr.' C.- M. Ward, Secretary of the her father with a handsome wheel On behalf of the law-abldingoltlx ns _. Their fame was not,made by, not< '.

aftera as a memento of the occasion. She is It apply to one:style or' one, :price i
United Land Co., Is here again of Kisslmmee we protest sealnst theIndiscriminate ,
month! or"two spent in Washingtonand of course very -proud of the byoicle discharge of firearms .. 1 them. The' '''Queen Quality" ,trad*

i other northern cities. which she rides with the ease and graceof in,town at. night, such as'was noted ,f !! t mark on any shoe, is a guarantee that t

lIon. W.K. Jackson, representativeof an expert"Prof. last night. Numbers were,, awakenedby '" it is the best. Summer weights:'and ;
Choice I Not Limited
.Mo Beath has been. informed The hand. We invite';,
Citrus county in the last legislature the rapid discharge' of revolvers styles now on our

t:,) Ispent a day or two here on buss during the last day-or two that a little) and several thought a tragedy was:being to half a dozen flavors here lady friends to ,enquire forthem7 fd & )
I t ness with W. r... Van ,pusor this week. son of his has b tricked with typhoid enacted. Those guilty of U doubtless There's.more than twice that, ,. .. ..* . . -... I '

t U There will be preaching at the Methodist fever In,North Carolina It is considered it as a Joke, as harmless number from which to 'select. '' FOR ALa"IN'KIsStM EE', )N.ty; .BY' J' '
church Sundy morning and a mild type however, and we hope the amusement, from which no harm the flavoring! for your :

',j{ evening by the. Pastor Rev. J. F. Professor may soon learn of hi. convalescence would result. It this is true they forgot -

:.i hells attend.The. publlo cordially Invited'Jto !..,. --- they were in a civilized communlty ,SODA WATER.-, H. C. Statiford-ti

,j The Lee Parsons Co sold in part at least of
duke and children Cat.tle. :, a composed those All are rich fruit'' syrups and

':I: and Mr.Miss and Mrs.Lucy Clerksbo returnedt bunch Of 600 l head of beef cattle this whose nerves' are easily unstrung and ,perfectly'delicious.: ." ... . .,.,...,...- ,,--- --.,..-. ",. I I '. .. :
alter a month's week to the Lykes Brothers, Tampa whom the force of such a joke and'
:t last Saturday upon The soda water is pure

n stay In middle Georgia which was that was shipped this morning., As a cannot be appreciated; to them It is wholesome 'and everything .The Orlalnator, 01! Low ,Prices". . In" 'Klssh./" .. . .

very pleasantly spent. whole It I. said to have been the best no Joke but a serious thing,_which around and about the fountain

. I Mrs. E. T. Hall and daughter! Miss that has barb shipped.from. this place. the guilty will, be made to realize. .and counter. is 'clean and. .in.
been in Columbus
Ivy Clough, who have this season.The when they are apprehended and madeto "
Oa., for two months or more returned suffer the penalty provided for viting. '
',:. home this week via Tallahassee friends of'Mr and Mrs. E. R. subh Infraction., '

where they spent a few days. with Libby will be pleased to learn of the | ( QQ :

Mr. C. S. Clough. Improved condition of the later. For Morning Joy Coffee.As Kissimmee', Drug 'Co.C i r \

A crew of forty or fifty men has recently several weeks she has been at the-hoi- every' one knows '

been put. to work. on the' Mid' pital in Orlando for treatment and You. can feel it in our toe.- g NOW IS THE TIME:
land 11. .R. and we are told It Is the The effects of "Morning Joy.."
for time. Late
Intention of the authorities to put It In was seriously a

first-class condition from here toApopka. ad rises are \that she is improving rapidly Long years agoe ,

again. and that indications now point to As. all of 'OU know:: '

The golf links.have been cleaned of a speedy and permament :recovery. Rip Van Winkle took a sleep; 1FOR 6O DAY$ > .
have He drank down a .
weeds grown cup
the unsightly .
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rogers, of De
thereon, this week, thanks to Mr.C.:W. And then got up- PRICKS,, WILL. BB IfWuOBD. '' DN..R.,. ,KnTIRB) : L1Nrq '
Funlak arrived here Tue.
Ward who has turn Ished the mules Because it affected: his l feet, :
W,.B. Makln- .night.. to spend time I *" -r-* :.
. and driver, and to Mr. day some Among II .
furnished the machine with When things go wrong II I '
son, who friends and relatives. Mrs. Rogers S '
. which they were cut, The Improve- wa formerly Miss Rub'y Rose of this We all try a song, I j All :persons ,indebted to me will please call: 'aDd' .r 'h
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. Tbafbrlnlr.107 to our" heart,. the ir'accounts, ,as same must be closet
mentis great. ,
received tel.- place and her many friends here, Rave And causes trouble to depart- .-;:....,.. ::::- I S' .', ,'. .

Supt.from Hinton Mr.has Edgar Just Oliver aocept- :them a cordial" greeting upon their re "Morning'Joy"Is the thing" I '. .
egam ,
log to tare place of Assls- i turn. For sale by VW, J. &TAN"'OAD j .,.... "
Waring. . I M'OR HALE av '
ot'our High School.Mr. "J. W W A T.F .
2 tint Principal The town could make no better investment j ., : ,. ,
I after graduating tonvevr.: ; .u. ,
Oliver : than buying a mowing machine ... :11
in toe University . L. :
school, took course ,.- "ft,' : ',-
of Georgia tend is therefore well ', either\ one or two horse power J., li STRICKLAND., 1 S.. S.. JOHNSON;i '' V,,, :.' ', i .. ,
t.o which he be used in the and ); ,
to .
qualified for keeping streets ,.... .. ....
has been appointed. vacant lots about town free from the PHONE; NO. 61. .. '!" 'I.. ', "" ,"J?;t 1f
Hunt lob' or leave the town;" is weeds which grow thereon ,so pro '' ' ''

and the loafers, whitteelisadf' 'bolored.Atlanta| fusely. They are unsightly and marr Strickland'&J hnS0n.r 'mnmnmmnmmmmnmr'' ' -, '. :. .... r \' \'

what is otherwise one of the'poea.telt .
CO '
& :
are moving.-Metropolis. Get. a Job NORTH. al" .1Ir. ,, .: ;.r;
I'll one for you.'! is the way attractions of} the oIt.7t.he grassy, E 1' :" ,, ,. ,"'. 'f 'I
01' get ... J, ., :fJ" \ :. (
Marshall MoPhatter aforever puts it in and which bedoe.n" lawn-like appearance of our'streets.... DUURS'a IN ., v' E'' C. WFair -. . ..1.,'. , ." v' ,'.' ... ",", .>' '11'1' "-'-
them' . t. \ PY "'J
give good la"belni' dope in "'
Some work '
rait we have E. ',. 'J 'I'" .'. ... 1-,, ,
get It. elt.ber. As a ( ; .. .; : 'Mf-i"(
of the profession with us.: the streets in South Kisslmmee by the Fresh ''MbatsVegetates; Etc.. ',.. (", dF' ," .'" ,, ":
. : Halnes City street gang who under the advice and : ... ., '.. ., ,. ,'.{,.'i'l... ,. "..".Hfvfil"c \ .>
,1 While }Joadlnlr cattle instruction of J. W: Thompson,chairman .. : : \ ,
== :,
Bull Basj was hit on lrpu-; ; ..
4 stew days ago of the street committee is continuing \ 'L' ;
L the lips fey a leoe.of. board which had !the drain ditches of'the streets Now in business and solicit your trade. The best mea.t8the.- E 01 ., .t;,."I. iJ.."" ". "r 1,' .'T"" "
r"been broken from the suchyforrccee into the canal leading to the lake, andputting' to. E .. ', .,,. IT.. ..(0..' ''t., ,ijt.
handled. Vegetables when they I are "
will be .
I of the cattle with country < ... ... .
pn.ure a* to render him temporarily nnconI in causeway;;s where necessary.It be had. Prompt service, liberal dealing and. the best, goods guaranteed . -, -.. .__. ..' . .",),rl.f i
I to cut.,,' the is 'work that has.long been needed. __ ;;- ' "''''' 'y."J\-1.
FsoidwsandsuchleCect as ,wants. ; '
:Phone us your -
per Up almost throulfh.l' ne oS& We hope friend Thompson: will' keep 'a' '. ,'", !\',.. ..r''. ',,.I'''(' "'' .- "' . 'Ii(';1]
ocked k the 1'ound..nd but the Idea of Improvement ,at :worst all l , !:Ptf.' '" ."' "' '. .'V\ \:> Drfivcri ; '
lf."timely.. assistance of -a bystander g to :' 'FFI9E-e .>... . " ' ri'Ik'.i: .': "j" '
>would have been severely v-.mpled. summer If necessary. pat the streets NEX'T'' DOO9--TO: POST I : " : ; .. :
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id .the condition_ they should be.A I - '" .
the herd' .. ; ;
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)I of. Pops !eq. X111.M \ ( i :' :' "I : ,

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gild in private Sta-a-lM-v' 1ubllc ; ... I THE'
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.r LEO XIII.entered bill for'suprenie kindness and bciibvoleuce t ,, I 5 5

.." In the sixty and a certain beaming, gentle graceno ,, TZ 5T'I :
l'' (ZOPE] Treai or his age, A face IB the"galaxy"of Cardinals can I 55 I Ie Ir .

n prelate, whose approach it. _

i of (character energy I.ik'o that of rio. Ngno' It was ,a, '_ N1fW: YORK 1rA It1iO.N 1I
Judgment'lr. countenance tbafwonrnt/once and Im,. : .
tU,1I and service n becoming
i X"1''ol'li are along
d' j ; l'lq--I.tol1 Jacket
lIe united, lu ,odmlrabl PI'0110dlolit'dAeCI'ee. ,
) heart. At the same time It was '
I to almost all wojnen and' arc Island coast.Shamrock
Ibtf!' apostolic mllduws with theadul1l1l..t stranger In Its Intellcctuhl'quallty than S silk pnrnsoU! make
much, In favor hernuse.of that fuct* green
rlll.l"I'ICol'; !; mode himself was that of Plo Nono L fneJr1. '{ A The true
; and It .
l was l"hsunshade! *
par I ,1O''hl... one Include the fashionable stole very n; !!! .
t at tbe! naai tlrii" loved 1 And fen red. tlcularly conspicuous In the_uignJfestatloli .. --- shamrock parllllol has n tonkwpod or
---'" -. of sound sense and clear Judgment.I Ivory handle with tbo pretty-little! emblems
XIII. was a tall man rather upare X S S of the shamrock curved en the /

In build, but nevertheless, of, Itrob.rVlry + flattened h' JlI if much Easier

\ physique. 'Ills presence was. most ,54+54t s to hold than a perfectly smooth,round
commanding: Hig bead was very large' f bundle which J Is apt to slip through +!
Ii and thoroughly.ItollaTu! It dinefrom + '.
(he fngerton! !occasions
the good natured roundness ol ..
S .
!'It) :Nono's by Its great length'aud the 1 1lt Th. Ynr<.iMl-lii-7l.If .It.

harper.outlluen which It reached to w n "Yard.and a half;' im-tiKureiniMit' ob- ,
ward the cbln. 'Tlie''forehead,- was talus In veiling for nutonioblllntfwomen. 5

massive, high and rather' frnlgbt, and A shorter yell'cony: bi long },

+ wan especially striking) from-Its great t enough fW othtr oeeupntloim.) but 1C
f w'dr i t d
width Indicative 'of 7''Intellectual will senrcvly do for motor car touring,

strength;' The thin hair that streaked when the wind created by rapid motion

__ It, was of silver hue 'The' eyebrows draws the thin tissue away from

t were_dark and heavy and"of perfect jnuorlngH., Mingly tjetl.nt, >lie back

_ pMa arch, and too eyes were singularlymild of the neck The My ''HvJ! !**"\21-'"

A and 'soft and, at the same time veil ,tradte the chiffon wnrf tot<-

penetrating- searching. The large, .\ drawn' around the hat and face and

well-defined nose was characteristic of Jbfii be again brought iorward under
firmness and will power; "decidedly -- the <'liln, nud llrmly knotted, or tied In ii 1

Roman In shape, butiwitb: wjde: nostrils XTOK4CK.ST.- . bow knot: NotbluK{ less I than n j sTTlff
-------- thepurtx0se.
that were credited by physiognomists of such dimension. will answer
r with sleeves-that. arc both novel
with bold leonine qua II tle The'ui1glush S .
satisfactory! wearer.
Ills handwriting Is peculiar ---
enoughto by May Mauton. li. made <>f the .
In ?lu llun.Ilnik
Io'H4a..or..UTlcr, ATTrfCDB or ass even If It were not
Klclliun cortlcelll
mohair, stitched I with shades 'In thlu .silk iiiusllnsnre
rope, IAND' ;OXK:! IK WHICH.MAKT: 1b-0t.of\ the Pope. It la exceedinglyxmall silk and trlmnu-d \\'Ub.rnuClY braid, andmakes developing
r ,.tn.I, ..v.alt'18 .UAVZ aEaK and of very careful, laborious eoitsliei.ed! ; very Ktyllshfor
part of n vostiiinerbut l (lie JacketIs
..' morning! sown, Many charm-
construction If each of
HIM .- as the Infinites
'T. TUB VATICAN.Personally -
other suiting
well suited to
,,----. ,. luial' characters was formed with the equally IIIK' flowered effects." bln IlKt-rcil. In red
erns uiost painstaking In materials and to tbt odd wrap ns wellns gray: with blrtok. are been atimtic them.
he a man of stately care. Its airy.deli .
bearing.' ills voice was sonorous and racy It resembles lady's band, but : ..... ._-_. _- .._. to the cost which Is matches\ and the tiin'be klrt. To mld\ to tffe novc'Jffwt They are
-'- - Tbe postillion optional, Jill'-
'brilliant the mosaic elaboration of often jnn le upover a t-olmi-d
when be and
preached flight-
every the potency of modern Ideas. A man A Vlrtlm .st 1.I.1o'.ln.. used or omitted, us preferred. .
!/ n.uIII.ln familiar conversation lu has something; highly scholastic, about lining.
of mind Is madeof fronts. nud
narrow might have come forth I .. The Jacket
private life he wall simple affectionate, It. Under' his dlmlnntlve'' signature -- -
j' aa n. champion against them. but not 1.I."t ;. "" ""'&"' "' "" '"\< lovable and witty. In the ceremonies tbe Pope left half an Inch of
vacant such A man was I-eo. Intolerance 'passes. undrt- the elongated,:: front, at "Soft silk trey| de ''JIIII, 'slum voile ,l
t' of the church under the purple, he was space and then completed It by five *
formed no part of bill creed; class the darts, and Is cloned benentn them. or delicate 11IUIITfil i are the uutterialsnoel
grave, austere and majestic Ono would dusbcs, growing lIuc'OIIIII.t'17slDall'r "
prejudices> found no favor In his ryi'S. The sleeves are snug above the elbows, favored for.dinner, a gowns for
l say that Jbe was'glven to po.ln.a.but and smaller. In his masterly encyclicals lie spoke auhoritatlvely but large enough .below to allow of formiil ocraslons.Mtininn'v.
that not true- The with him Leo XIII. had
t'Io. was pose Pope a marvellous thOM withcomfort
and Tiio'sl wisely, not ale wearing over of the gown '
--- --
was natural; he did not seek It; It memory, which he retained up to the I notable .
_ w ways on purely ecclesiastical! subject, and ease. The style U n. f nVt fimt.Tasteful
IIll18t. but veryoften, also on subjects which feature, and I Is shaped/ to fit exactly. |M>II
_ are of world-wide secular Interest. Its. PlgPIII1It'etlllg below-the bnst. jackets are nlllllllthc") essentials 6f n

fljus he wel'more'than an cceelslastle:;, The quantity of material ,required: for HiillMfnctory I wanlrobe and nrc offered

he was.alHO a great statesman.' Of lib the medium size U throe and seveneighth lu runny innterlnls and tfiilsr" Thin

1 personal character. all who were ever yards twenty-one In1I1'1I1<11.', pretty, and Rn.(.(4fal. tim'. (l4iltjued; by

t,, : + privileged to kno\v him, Jihve spoken In two yards forty-four. Inches wide, or. May Mdnlon. .Is. uiade of I.i I.ring-dattedI.

lie highest teruts.That he was very ------_.-
charitable and kindly la known-1o all -
r aa
R In. word, ho bore.himself nobly I In his

high office,.'and now that lie ban Bono I
} to i's reward all who hare watched his .. ,

'terllng and loyal woo'k'will Admit that aI' ..
I he was a true and eminently sagacious"

( shepherd 6f the people. ,
related I w
Many anecdotes have been as 'S .
!:lo f,
'. to the personal characteristics of Pope I '

," Leo XIII.. llejwaa. accessible oBit nffn- :
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Ft' ) r 1 ?'t{ The"above picture, reproduced rr '1Q., f
the Scientific American, represents: the :f
r .5 appearance: Of. Clarence irlmahy.! n I .

iZ: t 1S S' :.Montana ranchman, just after tie had ,

; t been struck by lightning. I
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,;4r S 1T S J 3 Aulotniill ItnMHin Itunjr.k I
s A'fouoy which generate' the ('lu'ttlc'I'( .
: 5 H S $ S 1 :"r .-r.. Yo'I ssCOCNTIU 1 (tty that illnmlnntes it. at night ,I


ble to all who. nougat an audience and -

consequently 'thousands o* (hose who me' and three-fourtu ;yards, tlfty-ln'O Iowa' with 'trimming of lace Hint forms
have visited Home rptnll1S.Jd') 'Impressions
r' ry inches: wide. n stole, edged with beading! threaded
:--' of the Pontiff.. Simplicity with narrow ribbon
'": and deep frills, but
and frugality oMlvlutf enabled him to Womit a Helve. .00....... I be U
model. Hulled to tho entire
'' ., ; IN : 01"T1lE uiMbnud bin. strength uud accomplish, House towns that are comfortable at of nviiiliible JU lerlnl1l. Cotton range and
_: .THE POPR! MASS, VATICAN CHAPELS. AI'I aiiicuut upon him
of work devgtvlsg
nn the same time that they are tasteful linen fabrics
.oj' :.;. TEXDrED BY CARDINALS AND: PRIESTS. of the church.. which to- are charming; for warm
as "bend
and becoming are always; In demand. days, such wools as albatross, challle,
__L .. many men of greater, physical strength The one by Uajr Mauton, shown lu the caHbinero! and
ooght 'li1'o with French flannel for cooler
the him
i It, -was same Speaking of In December!' would have seemed appalling. But
I engraving, fulfills all the requirements weather.
,,,'-,.::ADa l hi"nature,IX* fhj. pontlflcato creates a.soc: 18SMV attended Archbishop onbim Btonor, snidr, who frequently -) rope I>' o XIII. was wetl entitled to be I and is suited to a variety of inn- The coat U made with I, fronts ,and

I II considered fn many renpevts the graadest -> I terluls. The bertha with stole ends IH back
'' Peed "He recollects are! gathered their
a photograph of 'Cardinal many of the people berpeelvE' ' at upper
I 7: I old man of the age marine recently plat'f'tl' a feature and almost stylish one; but Mines and
't ken'lnl810.'whE'u"ho' attended the '' after intervals.of as long as of the novelties Joined to t the utolithe sjiap-.
"elves ad- I Isabella of'Spain has aa the market. If a plainer garment is desired It can lug Imlng accomiilUlied mends
u'ilevfncnlcal:! Council one an sixty years. Many years ago, when The Infanta I by ot
'1'l: ''l personal Lord Palmerston surgVnl be omitted, as shown In the small shoulder and umtcr-arm ,
: Irable.lllea'ot the, presence was Premier, IllsIIolineu undergone a> painful operation O.lxtb' ponnin. Over
{ 1 elf t the;Pope. Wltn It appear also the visited' England, and was pre- In consequence of her recent kick. from otthe. )IRO.t owners In Great drawing. The model Is made of Dowered the shoulders, meeting Iho neck pore

y ,Ukeaen .e of. 'All.. .the other Cardinals seated to the Queen and Prince a horsed Britain are. women.. "- "J dimity with the yoke and bertha tlon of the stale |lit a frjll-'thr.t givesu
.,, .
} ; Of that visit he still remembers .. white, banded with pale green batiste -aix effect and, Is exceedingly l lx>comlug. -
I and Is unlined/ but woolen fabricsare Tho
the small details,and only a short; time slcuves are s snug, with deep
Ago ho mentioned Sir James Graham; AN INCIDENT OF THE AMERICAN CAMPAIGNAGAINST more satisfactory. made over the frills that are graduated lu width nnd ..

wlio'was one 'ot the Ministers of the MINDANAO I titled foundation. 1 form points that tall: over the forearms.
l i THE MOROS OF The consists of tbe lining I the The
] period, and spoke of the part be took In gown : quantity of material required{ for
,- ''Hr- a controversy respecting posts and tele- PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.r fronts, bnckT; 'rinder-arni gores, yoke, the medium size IH throe yards twenty

__ graphs." Again.-when a Miss O'Connellwas I bertlm and sleeves., The lining! Is fitted seven Inches wide tbr-o yards thirty

presented to the Pope a short time but the gown Is gathered to the ;yoke taro Inches wide, two ynrds fortyfour'r
iand falls In long, unbroken lines to the ----'- .. _
His Holiness asked - -
ago; whether she .. ;+"R,'; a '' ( .F2 wA1"W? y. x11F Ah 'W a -- -
wa: a relative of the distinguished 4' ti, ,., d floor. The"berlblll.lboPett to fprm ex- /
of 1 v'# d g ) ? ; I'tensions' over the shotilders and to give
parliamentarian name, and, on a '' 1r
'the fashionable stole''effect at the
that ,r front.
learning Abe was his niece, said,
"I well recollect* bearing your uncle tr; The< sleeves are made to fit snugly at ".

speak in tb .Jloulle of Commons." their upper portions, but form full

'A,,,, poet as .well i as a statesman 'and puts' at the wrists d

a pontiff: Leo remained: to,the last as is I The quantity of material required for l T:.

evidenced by the fact that a floe poem t ; the niedlilm size: IK eleven yards twcn-
,,ty-seven Inches wide nine and one-half I A:,
by ,,hlin "waM published aa late as February -iI
'.yards thirty-two Inch....''wlde; ,or live
1tX l. In it.we note all his old ,lsr
Vigor, '*nd grace of diction. A 'real and three fourth yards forty-four Inches:

r J acbleyem nt' jras ;:for:a,man of his wide; wjtli,thive-fovrtlrynrd* ..for yoke' r

years. ' and bertha. .

:Ot 'him' :indeed kinky' heeald"that" I, ., r
A. Hbainrock
whatever ha. did was well done.. There Orce karssa. +I"I
have been many pontiffs) bat not many S+ 4 Out,of, the, Kf\a\ and & '

; I! : who have done greater'deeds'or en 1 Sr the. gallant.,Sir' ,Thomas ,Upton, one 'l
deared themselves more to an Chris I .s n seestand bears" of sha/Dro/ k.rffn, 'In I' 'StL3 .

itjl Yagc4wm "s+y"thatPeen' tendom'than Leo XIII. A conservative I ; ribbons>> ,''sasbea,, cravat*,and .veiling*. oopran' : '

LI +U'i' rr; the nest lm. la maDJ'respect: tie wan at the sam 7MORO Gr eQ- and. vtlirte-make' a' cool-looking, I -- cou .-.... \
( child of the 'century and lI"mmer t6Ilet., ,and It requires little Incltes wide: ,. p'
yew a 1111 tt} ? .There are time a true ,' : ; m persuasion-to' .; 'With oneyartl, of -all-ova. .' '
eade severely .n- hence h* .could not be"blind, 'to' the prejudice.'good' AraerV-. Jaen tbr. 'Itole, and tour end .hait'
+ 'iy.grand7or cast march ot: events lie sa r the meaning CARRIERS 'T<'TBANSPORIINd t-C "WOUXDED 90LDIEU.I j 8',iu.favor sbamroct color. At !. yards 'JI\CctT-ntne Anrhes one ,
tni/tt A
'wld '
1 f
rate a deal. of U
it '
any> treat ,. _,
pa' plbmshtctvduld! ; tNrt of,modern prqzr*.s and'b he/tecognUed I Collier's Weekly. now iron Rills,. -, '
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This Is\'M idea( -of service wliie) w' gM ll
FOR SUNDAY upon Modesty of,, 1th. '
alone reals the power of Christ Friend of I er aim' 'wao never very pod,. r.J
Sinners, and .i whom eiwnys the common d' 1L 1L16'Z There are a number "of young Yet well it played 1U,,peat;,

DISCOURSE BY people hear gladly when H* i* truly told i iThe otJahtfrt1-e4. ,wealth who r hold .. ..threw herself .t'Cbe "'. .1 \itghing -
Indifference wad the oontenrpt'ef-men'
.PRES.'lGTR'IER. OF HAMILTON., at.tang for the church i* at'any iiventline 'but. generally promising positions-* 'And\hU,! )the. .f 11o,'. least.; ,

ht.e. 'J 1 : t.i eia. tbe reflection ot the' indifference anTeoh* I New York+ ,-They po aea- anambltlon -_____ Smart bat,;
empt of the church for men at larga ['be'1 that,:will not permit them .to lead " ''- '
Eloq biita to,Job Wesley and goof Alte apostle is the sign of the nc idle and,useless lives,. and I .4." tfr up-to 'die with
? ....,...noepf Hi rrMOpt .....t ad. And [-tb*.other power. ywsa over and'hwwith .1 Z sometimes Ignorant of their flnanclal t quick coaeumptle.n..''J then b>.(ui
-the 'Wfth..hIcJtWthe, permanently ,eared l.iio ate or nervon--
intensity cmrall., I
frepreme. Afcov All Me >f HUtfcu Ayer".' Cherrr
ton it, the elearnea and directness of the In'Jependepce. Here Is a'case . flnt of a 1a.11t1eu. yJtls &qt tb flret' gold atdsllterTolna '. Improved a, omoe.-Md am now t imperfect
'w "leaaage itself. Jt uttered the two.funda- . ., lllustraUon . ll ttorcv.f tftrlai bottle and treatlaetree
: 't1ilaEn l U'.r. serrica oftbq nental wordjVr pent*( and beKeve/J ; wciMlUih/aduced by KUr,. : a.H.yu 'a.'"td..yfJjrel>8t-'r..'" ..."-Qu. E.. Hut. s
ln .
} find thai A 'Joan, 'clerk a I GIbbttown, N. T.
te yterisa With an accent of imperativeness Croesus ot Lydla. On these; co Ins man,
Chit .,CoDlftaatloea1 !churches Smote the frivolity and Inhuman auperK- *)'' ht! where scores ef clerks*are good don't alwara die' roang. Some' a
begal\ Sunday mOQaiDS in the edillce Gf the .iattyroT the age. ll 1\1'U ,IranJMIgurcdliet there api ) IxtU-ftyh had been reported 111 for several dy "they outgrow it. )
ar.taamed.rheRer.. D. lIW) Stryker. possibilitic of the lowlieaf,. It. J,laicl that but five ot tb se@o. .0' I It's too ' ''pityingwithyburcough.
Df.the01D'PanJ" _. : -
IAocII :
dared and the bead ; Can
President of l&nriiten CoIl :. Cliuton bI.y" .aid what many only thought .IId' still preserved hej.museuDRS tteln 11 ,'I 1 the .
'John'Wa but urea business. .lo'leariOilji' I prospects otrecov.ry I else'8.1&1181' after .using 'AJlea* Foot
ok.ypa 110 rbat many only wished. ;Its wsso udoi ; .
U l>e yea,,hey pVid i.etoaueai eon.rince Englnpd that every jnsn,had a ) o( l arls.1 I ; looked over the home addresses of ,a Cures .: It make tight or new shoes
tribate>t>e lhe'influence''of fcia*preaching: aoul and that life was an immortal atair _I. 1 ,. swollen hot sweating, aching The first thlngvyou-
Dr. : :' T 703. It of alivingCos : 'firmer other,cjerks.) ( Calling\ tbe.onej Ingrowtna nails oorna and bnnfona. At ,
Btryker elyi sUpon ray, up or.downl taught Tbe -wife oC, an English; ,
this 'list lived and shoe atone, x/o. Don't aev know it will be down
Junj7, .. Ifiat i*, 200 Tarsago and the powerof anendlee life It niontba ago' told lier bus) u 11W. Ote' according to druggists
waa_ .c' LincolnshiredontjMtd article of this Rd 'fleetitek' rk'l.'j6tI 1 r. any aubitltut Trial paokagre Faca by :
160 miles fr .. at about the brosatipnd1Juetifle.tioq' by faith'It car- had been a"frallowlnic netedleeft' rto of '..eekk .Address Allan 8.Olmated,LeRoy,'N.Y. .,deep In 'your ,,Itihgp and
east *
a aan Vbl' e gift 'of gab ha* caused many a' man, the play will be over. -
ata l.pnt .pre ,'.bove all I thq tot era' roof till'' it touched the st.r*. ..Ittrod operation'* was performed: _:'In ter' 'if he/woul! >t0p; 'f1and.-J.e ho himself away. ' I '
J". men of liu year old oft the bo&liolltof human.. longing, and "I. carry warsetllnaf along. early. with<,AyerVCherry '
etonlichwet'e'toundneedls\ < pIle ,
the Id of March/flOl'lie"die Thus bit bile it arraigned- sin in fearful term. it' HCerta1n 'wa.fM tie. .rf.lll., .WlAalow'.SoothlngSyrup for.ehtldrei
life eompa *ed nearly the whote' of the ought* t.ror-bofj8! *atC'ler1vbnder tbnrbt""t edt"'tttehpN 1ong. n'bnt nII1 > (,sorteathe trama,reduoe lnfl.nimn- Pectoral)and stopthe
eighteenth, Aeitnrybind under God it wa that gusto fan wit.t-,1ie' ram upon j, "Ufflt.r'l. p nd dtSftr rtJl'1 thea,,' r.a..l'UI.' hsl UjiUon. be & ',&Ua.paI ,__wind eoUo.. apottle' '
ths molt ferklaeingllnd' redeeming agency be. '*' landr ,1 iavJwoaler taatAarbiAJ 't'2 I' J6"a'1r.! rltt died, tfnd'a toward'the' moral force and !laccomyli8h. motion accompanied the flood of feeling. to Jersey to do1 If, as my,wife and X..a "e rch''warrant ianVnecesssr- the ti MeaMb. '
al1 s'' .a
ments of the nineteenth ,Manrthlnir always 1hd'tent 1le1MSatrtri fiMp wb11. 1lntyrM t.of bappine : sliest 1k.. ,
i I world b it-debtor' and will ever b4 to the i fast out. AVway euch upheaval..Airy J"JeJJtf"'I'H'H 'U.Jnc.\ ,WaldoFf tqrl.a'IW jrt
conviction and consecrations.-the. .rgi s fubb'" *upaih tTjeir'cflrrenU -WI'1t'-tW..4 I4 terl 'io n Ie the beat'medloinvwe ever used I' aew.s.U I'.YO. o u
and tbe.cfflciencv of that o..e, JolmWesley. ,"wing loose unanchoreii- .'flrlta. But par.bdy ; let.ne4r The'aatonlahed employer learned t4 all aXTeotlona ot throat end lon s._Wa.EiiPauT aI&th.iils't take It H. mews.Lesve -.
A mighty impulse ands potent > ii, a, pauatfn organirallon attested and. bis sin- {ores ot etf'MIltv were sHaking; a people to Xloaclem. I'll. Is a botanical curiosity (OQ Inquiry Ih''B :
*i1st .nd'. rec lItiYe purpose and'achieve.went. it* centre..,Much_ ...wunlcom' whys all. I rpC ri.\ R tIBtk vlageper- week. clerk wan a millionaire i teat la nukn.yca .in._the tropic
W.'JIII well reckon with'such. I '*JW' WII"CWflyi*BlBJ"1fI*'*" Ws s sss s ajj tK -j trunk was un9stntalnojJtlypwlrnlng his '
personality in considering the movement Whit real propheta have not met opposition tree entlre'jr' embedded' In >the t
the modern'world" vvtke barest outline I ? TWM men were !'Ahuwut of the of a white .!(. tree Bight f&otjf ro?) along with his !easy fortunate ( '

record a wonder and furniahn a corrective .!. or t .t ({They tldf ground vlhe.t\to fa'.e;!.altf Jeparn .'' {clerk., all of whom were equally ; 'I

10-.i tramired mmerflciat' phtfowmnies-atHl- I'fao' Ta' frow I wrldlTfccf I i&ulrel: kBJt M I ( ,?nd '- heii- eV"Wedt*Rplll' .. Ignorance as to his wealth.-New. cci5flrP
d. dl \> Mdba led bv etgy
; s
". 1IatttGr ( f u'klpteea men dragged them through'hone pond and* "Earirtrep "ears Jill fruit berries 4Uachrtik .' . .'
; n an,'ith h td," vh, ,howled against tbeirlive' u lUbeT.'Jla4 nr ver mer a&otller. Jf saMaMI*>a* aMta.BS s a *aw ftMaT' .- - -.
.Ira a bka and re- : 'jto flint at thsm with hand and. !li i 1.R1rot'ftn.lIag.tQlf .- -fresbltappearaakaln In II.Y
JoINfO1.ot"Gn IOUFjlth.--aU iltraanH : efot mab of kll lnej>i> ode ne.-- Ilgrrlild
i i4p1AugusfniiutmbOren
fof -._ w i >lethe .f >a lia tic*took thatpajT Bit a't >tastet. 1 rlth. a story in. ,,' ,I ,Factory; Loaded Smokeless PowdersSheik.te .
Christian religion and the fain and g hardships and dangers, they raw, and like ncorn.. t more inter a ng than The : ,

forces lit are the-common possession of "P the chams sbat'tepwng::b.enr'tttt7T .. -'- t:! \bsolute.M,, entitled :"Tb l"or sentiment- It'. opt the price-that make the

God.all w Iio'.hail, the kingdom of.tb* Jon 'of put an tndellible- mark. ''Bemg defamed. IJApgee peerenel ais.knnbendlufj. ;'jftt': Habit**( and 'while,.1C Is;)ln.Ia: ; most Intelligent and uoceeanal shots shoot Wind .
and lived orris
J' ; they a
entreated ion '
.hey I
It I. ,not In t ,rectory Loaded.Shotgun Sheila. It's the'tesulta they
.TnUma'was born inlo'afhom'when Vhttfige *>M w i ggfilarde"tetrtleent psychological study .
life in''an age ibat-hated anythiopiore; What a tiqepe yaiiiPcf't1ii.. 1 1' etJt atil"o }padd I:rieast dtdactleVthe1'picture' Is (1**..It'a their entire reliability.evenness' of pattern and
than formal religion wee exceptional, ( The .e-JouoJa. \ wbbohrrIValryit 1I' II"hrre. kbafruhfIt; ilmarki OflellcatelJ,1: 'ahd-Vlth the utmost uniform shooting. Winchester Leed.r"sh.llatoed
mothsy' that urtur.d J l him wes that Susan-. .. Nay all th* *nsoTlhe t tJl. +Qa\J n TIme : I } ed with emokeles powder, are th*beet loaded sheila oa
Dab Wesley of wham Adam Clark'Hid that and hie liand i. stretched out still. .In.1760Atethodism ,. .TlgalaletvdedarClajuR-tfte part Oftbe :road'wltktbelamer O . the _."Repetr"ebellelo.dd with

He'never saw her feaual Hi ancestry w.. began in W..lev.t 'Japanese peeretses. For there Cs ,.1ure.that pervades,jiha,Red JHQV. .atnokaleea powder are cheap In price but not In.ity..,
df that Puritan stock and .tuft whoM fiber u death declared"The bat of all/Uod* till l ectlo rof the Japanese bc1''TD.'tA A"OI'rer } .TrY.o of C6oeience bad affirmed the real Eng, is with .", There were then 813 of Ml .a. .5gej i' caw .
u* sbdU.NiJCfAMPION6
(lt Wfnc stet Factory Loa4e<
J.ndt.aLe viaxuD.and rigors bad betn.uper. ' in England: in the United States aristocracy: who think that a lndy>l aathor. 7a';tla,. -d.\. e.rmp tht .1f > .

.. rerrurfowence of thV lividStuarta.but. II1M_; ow.1D Great'JSrttttin-there ar700.. .'lrtn oaslata..lti'&; ] dIUlq.'to op- with the ylctlmlout we'.cai.'t, h.l e.n.GT.rU .

( though ignored it bad not d- POO communicant_ in. _Canada_ 300000. in. theUntte.l peat In public, and "who consequently Inx'blstornzentor ill the more.1"io .
parted, and la him and by him it poke States ,u. .w, who recur: to t aatnew shocked Vo'see '
again and bore it* second harvest rentecoti- leegth in '1878 Dean -Toul\ be 'tJlelt lUtcfd .Hf f '& v."' *! U t 1 i-.;&
"Wesley began hi. work in the.FAt.ab. titsnley,nnreiled In Westminster Abbey a display their artistic attainments before r Regglea4Ce ualoW"

hahed and Episcopal Churth. and though .lilet with'the thfoinc prnfles"of"JohnWesley tb'e>,public!' It was," Ihcrefoi- %t. Ohn aniniaU'' hwtefl JI 1 "
by it he wa aoon despised and rejected beloved and. Charle*. Tardily but at,last rather 'Idea ot4 he'peeresses to *t"'J. :
it always and cherished it* better 'rIid' a state church"which in their 'd.,. happy Kle, as lie ran to 1 nta'toother' l eon *F emajJ
part.' For two year be wrought in Ocor5ia. knew not the time of it. .i.itatlt- organize such a fearless.styl t euler-* ,glee,1."what do'70U'thlbk'l I wan

but the Orand Jury of that colony in. teat the "-II influence of its prophet and tr.IlUDe..'} .4I-' >, r.i N #** over,'there; where" (nejj're! putting :
him. There tut uttered that.notable o".n. Vork An grandly done! _. -,
word "I hope to learn the sense of the gospel In John-Wesley tremendous Jf .nd"a the circus and they re filling the
by preaching it." lIe came into close rare ,ift. for organialionand order and. von. of.UauaL'a,odd products Is 'all lull of breaVfaitfood."- / ,One'of till il prosperous acbools 1a:the South. with blKb. "
touch- with Moravian lure and in Kit- the loftiest spiritual enthusiasm and a .imple ., llevV John Cauffman, of Brown the'l Set standard of scholarship located at a very popular Summer Reaorl.,,

,tope. Dad that -little' body don nothing purpose to do one thin, were united in 1y. According to the ChIcage I Smart :4 and with'a large patronage.. from five state, extendlac from New.-."a, 'l
else\ than directly to deepen. and by it* reaction the proportion of genius. Great ha-was by tto-I Jersey to Florida-an Institution that U Joins a treat work. ,
to enlarge John Wesley, it had don it criterion and by be\preaches efery night Jobn' Ollyer'Jlobbel ruUior of /"
any teat.. Time a stern _, Ve will take a limited number of pupils, cludlnc ,
a mighty work. But their narrownesa he that estimate Wesley survives a* Fan does ubdrJs"otpeoblI'shll; U b,foot they' .!Goda. some Mortals and Lord \ I' ., I
escaped, while retaining their intensity. and leather and Lovola. H. is of the few Is asleep lie goes to church every Board sand( Ir t4lILiterary Tuition for $53.90per ,
'for Saints ; et 4;'
ham. "School ,
Over..the deep and critical experience of who make era. He bed large sense and tour o'clock lies down oU'.a ;*'
his inner heart, with it* unusual combination .,.t.em. He wrought witn mighty industryfor afternoon has a story In Alntlee'a for term on conditions mad known on application to A Aw.

of enitivcneM and decision we will ball a century..--No moment ,waawaled. couch and goes to sleep.. At 7, tIHavleeri entitled "The Lend of Regreti.? ; REV.JL. f|., RHODES, A. n., Pr.IJttl.tOIN.! :; ,
not pause. They were basal. In them be With a giant energy lie ireaehed- lie get. up and goes to the pulpit 4 : :
found the Light lie followed to the end. 600 time* a year./or fifty ye rs.v And yetwith ud,delivers.ei;>ermoo 'l Indiscrimi, la In the form of a, dialogue, ._._._.... -. -. -. -. - -' w r r
Bee him at Oxford. II* we. a student this pssaion for work he had a pure and he- .and sparkling, but. pervaded by -. '
Intensely so., Specially and always of logic and calm mind. Self-denying,:\ refined nately l In German andBngllih.. mysterious atmosphere' of India :
and language. He found in these an ample sweet tempered considerate, he-had the Is still asleep/ Often when talking he J i
'' Company
discipline for organized scholar' vision and a saintly heart. "In gets thirsty and he ''makes this fact teems' to draw, out so much that Avery :

thought. An able rnasterOtfive tongue seventy year." he said "I have not lost a known stretching out bis arms., strange and contradictory In fflMaslow .
by "
he learned compass and discrimination. It In night's .,.p' "I save all I can and give nature. Not., that It appears In .COCKSBOMTO :.
his life be wrote or edited '230 volume all I ,t." "Make all you can by industry, Onclhe held put his anna for tortIlv ,- Is.really AVERY *, MCMILLAN' "
At Oxford be wa the centre of a little save all you ran by economy, give all you minutes without a quiver before story, which a, pretty Bt'Atla'ma ,
group of which hi* Brother Charles, andsoon can bv liberality.. Thus he was rich toward Nome of hla congregation guessed what story,, but It seems1 be present of U.M.C. Shot Shell IU.._ South" For yth O*"
WhitBeld. .were others. They began God. Peculiarities he had; let small he wanted. Some doubters once stuck sort>of vague.background.-. are sold, each year. ra y:are '-AUrIUl'IDII 01'- I
. .
to live by rule and mad their protest andexample .nnl* count them. Strife. there were butwho ,
of a pur-life. They served Oodby care for the Inrical difference between i batpln three Inches Into his leg and -- mad In the largest cartridge MACHIIIERYReliable

method-all of them at this time &alGu. Wesley and Whitfield. since both be did not stir, "The Common Fates factory la the world ,

and even ultra Episcopalian They were preached the evangel of a holy and immediate Dan1 Cupid If raped Into his .office. TksUllQI HEUtUC CHTBIKE 60. It t"' i
called the Club" "Bible Moths"
"Godly decision. Thank God for that good ** V" '
Methodist." : finds derisive usannah'asons leech, farm in In- battered and bruised was ,.ICPO.. _It" 1
OpprxbrXm easily home at Epworth and for that $ There Is only one All 1t.4'V .. ,
name A hundred years and more Jlana; and It- probably the only one head? t. tb.e.t..wr -, '"
earlier this devotion had been called i i. not In 4elh faeN ,.,.f -
WfuntiLuFCoprtd same : cwt and c all rite ten but that in religion devoted heart and rubric fn;the jcouutry.. The- Industry Is car: A bandage and splints graced his .

t .. !'..\.ateighleentu century into lives, unsophisticated by the bribe of cus rled on. In moai-filed vats.' The breed- ,8on-\
;which they came. It wa a'feculent"and tom undaunted pyrthe'oppositions of bellow ingleecheswere'hipped.from.A1er. ;- ''IjimDlrod.ltlove-matcht'. .]) he
frowdy .(: Read Thackeray'* "Four instant to tireless to I -' = Smart
: tradition serve 'inany 'some Tears "go, and all of tht : August .
i whet "all the the product ,is thoroughbred. Tbe y.axlMey
says daxaling epinode of have all the apparatus of regularity and die w
(reign of Oeorge II. mustlyield In real im- a starveling. Power is granted only to ;.rk-t'11 nothing compared'With what t Proctor who writes of'" sr

1 lrt.a_" to. Methodism., Heir )i..h." those who will pay rte whole price! Love It (utterly..,.was,.And.when..all,physi Hundred Little Worlds- in tl',
ifutler (1736)). "1t i* com to pas that I. ratholie when it i I. aposMi _and can utter ,\ '
.many assume riatian.ity) to be purely ilotl'tioua. Wesley. "All i* roy parish. c1ong'"prenta'lbed''an \St. :Niebj-ias, Is ,a 'daughter of
andira.. longer a subject ," The methodical 'God'. service are- the from everything from cold feet great, Proctor"the(astronomer
tfhe general sentiment of the chin was conqueror* ." ,. ." to raging-fever,'I:Situ this brae farmer Siting at. present''In New York' AE'nglnee.
'benumbed torpid stagnant--dnr leMy ner- Oh, let me gay to you Wesley' great knows exactly where to place his stock Prick. ) llsV
.asmall "
'Bne Is
warm moderation held; away ready to hate found; call ye *pon Him while lie f..oat '. rau.Ieeauicr1'Cf, his,atrp<*ror 11.1&let, almost, shy In manner but
Whatever molested it. sodden indifferentis able lo I congUUt demand.) Theyare.
{. ; } nulgte'such' | a menu AndjromBdenrtjt have ,proved a successful lecturer and
Look into,the cartoon of,Hogarthrtand the issue of a totally surrendered life, imi- . packed.Ju.jnoss.and 'lea'vesD&\ father., 4In
er' In the field where her
*e."if the .tlmetl he pictured did not tans iU'fsith. 'It ia success..1 It Is tHmntih.:" In crates containing the number,4eslrd. '- ' .
weed (kh,. Godl Consider the retaeeri < It |. atuipablc-! et ne quote \\>*>: y'a.. shipped distinction.
( 0' Chester and that ' Tbey arf plenty) of
]eld reckon if, /pvnjnv .tilled and padded apd aociatyi4 jr.tale wind thy fear*- food and wilt. keep In f earl, era,tea for ,
not demand the breath festering l PaW roa e v? She Owed Her on.\r ,
I '.
\ -
donq and be U 111111 t'l6 e.l \ lrtSDMNI p-
Wewas debauched aad'rank nfl Paasee- to
io by'the coarse God hear and countslbytey I.t'Whro t Mlss should like,

IValpolc., corruption It warn o/(Wesley the ministry mmore'of than Robert J1 I i j jiod.thajl l llit. up Ihy-head.-. ,'. ""., OMal..cI.. y 04 6ung man try'to' kiss me. BEST 'IMPROVED)SAW;IIU !A

.others who roused a nubile conscience ,t(1 J i.I.I.I rceJ y,, Mfsa'! 'dboA"W 1' fi1dP.t1dn. ,L.arg.\Engln.s and,"... aupltw
) ,
11, about O.tenancf.rKrhlliyeLo, I . dblru9tt y9'eg ttlf i'iiso fronii ,ut Sm't, Bet.
1 bare ,WWti ,
ertyef I'itt-Pitt, Wnorecue4 India and i ic nios tipu1atrgospel roy' today is the which Bart Is obtairied,natural brine .y :: ...=:=-Mr e5 taw..ta..M-r.-.:' promptly. ;'hlnpl.lbtUls, ornClrcular'aawe.8aw.1'Mttt.PatoM

Uermany,, and America It wee Wesley eof\ 'Doir'eworry.'tworry.' ."- Thecalendars"gij ' "A-tmraber Qf theorfJe a tr .. ear a.o.r. v..i. lid sea. ,
o. > Ind fion<58lt0: btrrlfit i r .. ,.. "
who JA4u.God broke the,moral drout!, gij bqok* are full of daily mottoes to have been advanced to iccfrrfulj for at..L !, 'ii.esomMsdad :.7 t.!,' team,QO"'rnort. fAiU"line Ilepleq,
struck en..artesian well fa into the substratum the era .$cet that/rpe sir houkL.eait Off IIII hattdld' af te&r tilt .dll'f I m Igo.IU., ,

,beneath the morass of. tbe fiesert ere, f otV>t>>'five fo a.J'f let 1hq'IafRetl I flLet geneyal mlrespdanmodg.Wte asked the poWca magistrate., _' : , .
-led lie mad adfi4 fcaat tha ; .
great feactlon'whir pauihie the other man 1aJ.h* iborryinall n4lL1wa' la rftckjsaft
the ref Gnu and the power of jnodernEnpiandf >e the ..oJn a hund.rect el1". 3 V9tDd y M.poratlo'I"O.ncle "Oh. just for a kid. replied the Oeat ror. CalifSAW

aineteenth anade.ceulMryu"Meber possible'th**revival and Martyti.of the t I t nf l ea'lrG1a1oltJliii.. a1 .e11Na.1I" 1, f seas. wblch'bad. cl4ed ,traer, who ,vas lost to all '"" ' r
be_ na< .Udjaa.auch ajlatfo New.'
tft npir i shame.j Chicago
and Keble/-aad/ Lidda.H* bermn 111. J'b4re A i othing calculated to stir nlel\ ri ew'i.Iu' fitbfttl n .lr Eth lt.1 _ .
ftuence ao incalculably fertile!and. diffusivethirdilassmind. II leepljl te icti nMto.heroism; to,>**ariut*, notion Ute -pointed, out th t ( ] wtu SlmaltaiMous H rt.- Onvraalft aVtt Wor
aeatb> "-' '- etm In he*an i junoement that ifJenf t. are Aretlheinglrued. to dayj at e r o. : V'Eln Vsrl>hlevlled Teed
= E' rohn*1.s and' hall "Joined'wi 4abtbeve'beelrepre'ee 'FREE'STUART''S eAMOr eAritaatN for AOCDBAOT. sine
i : : TJt tb0\ ry..J.clldrllea J"ia.trsr pt eeveralell tgwn salt : it Tiro ace.orenaAtrow,
I }he not d weemngr..nd-:. raei.ege fsr .. de sorlpUv >Hr aJars. Man
,;pus 110 !1. w ,, t C t 'a ,Icablll t the I nggto t1 I i<.To aitl who suffer or to the friends of ,, SAL11.t IRON WORMWnitbe'j
.'' But edr what age er this a fro ty ealmatat'In tbat by pI i0 aOnfi.uTnr.t t lie, aMha n q thl -sfiataermah ett4ixrd a 8 i 'I.-vbosn'or Blood Disease,.a sample both!. of ., ,,...,. he..tTYMO.DeOmi..... ", ""1 T """ iF

." d ye'm1)de1'n 'Don't WGrry" pbiloaopby. / a ghteen I nd ed tee pin mnd Ba.buh. st at sautbsrn IUd., ..d4 Ia .111. TM ....... iebf.i ..0."r' nee
Ui''e. will be
.e lh.ttber I4vr Mediolne cent abMlntsly tuna.
j Q.arnia so... ...
w ,
4'f tat. altet'sr nta>M11atUnr+tlld 9+ _.- Mention thtsMtper. Addm* year .y 'e. J >e et 4y
work I jud aLso jt.. 'I.dt" o.t ita depth tltl t"'ftlt"'tbter.-ttnrnef"11lt1J:t pltua:"'N CO.W&U; 11'-.AUaata. torUag Remedy Co..cap er kiT.r, "' 'eter
whet Zresult. e a&..nonti im AKMUALSILE TEN JHLUOM BOXES
** *"mplz jy1er.plt.of Qu. rr 'm1yb btI flht lgubbtancvf"IS'couedf Jnttrit .. ,. .Ie' A"bundred'Bin
of difference to JD&I\.a.
WLe1iQ6hir61ihxyt atidhtM1ibnebhfdrmitwer 7., a whether'be fake\ip'With 4'that smooth gospel 1 t''or'less parity; In 'all parta>f 1 r. Liver PillsThat's ', The Great Cmt and West ajtsto laf'tuem '

a lOOI" na..he'l'I.ed the fad or whether he give heed to Jesus the ,world. Tbe minerals associated 'ACROSSUraentLra' .nsbldrtn: tluii
,rid' .f th. are.uge. personal: / the danger of the huwn .
4peL Christ *pealrins *V
,iMd.ita-lIP eaJ .a red mankind! 'soul. fSbt deteaentlini >t ejiartcttrwhifh wit-.. Jlplh commoapl ,.what- need r&IiS AND 1.oUIV ,' ,,' {ifjtate* ;,ia<' aW
_- Do not, forget,that this et.rtiaRpeint ol gr e _odei-n religious -history was -within e duplicity, er cynicism or sensuality, or known as "salt" is principally chloridoaWodiim. thing to cure your r ,
wall el a college,.and lay in the'devoted any ] of vital law'brings i* But chlorides of t I a an4laa&neriuinffimT arising 'AfOta** disordered
neaaad relentless aggreaslvenesji of a fen Tntlsevof ;and regulate your bowels.: THt In relievedor,,cured'jby tbea
; *event J ;
otm. : Inft ir7ire'.t nlt Pills. Ott 'si eornmon ,.Is, U. hat ,dlseasas,,*
TJ>" work he sin in th* open alr:, "Whit;. a'lr 8 JoTlldk JA brofc l.': need Ayers ; ;

field,* with his, lively and unselfish character ce.-The Rey. W. rl'.' ly mingled with the chief constituent::1 gently, laxative f4 u Iron- the i tottfar l, t.epcarted"there
and that wondr e. .Ir emotional voice, rte' '>_ i TEXAS 1ACIRC'' ts ino i4e
led hire way mmonf the collier ef King ; 'I health thlt wltf
read in Cornwall. England was fnl fc-f pa. w ,. Maklns of''kAl1 III..' Have Kolwt E.ala.a. r. Want your moustache or cured by fbe',aed aslpaat'uee >

a poverty the and ..tbi new departure toWard lifewell'variegated, Jt.mean' ha pt, IDlJr-,Victor Emmahucl ot. Italy a beautiful brown or rich black T- RAItIMAY Tabules.' fbyaipians'kn
submerged" and the forgotten eorOMffvCjIrad weUTas.body
a* as
this humap compulsion of a seal that ate up ease needs change. .A. .need. 'bin King EdrtartrPIIttpd'I1t'Rowe- spe.k'bfghtj' of-'themr ;

pogled and ii.Ui.embittermenU broke nnc< luatlon and young. . I..Strttctrlgbt,5ased on descent ha"a1ibeUer BUCKINGHAM'S .. .Tmooai.s TO AMSWKB oim6irs.Tklnylv .- !aelt. them." fih6fn4e FPa4'
Joe aU with the tradition of apathy Theca .elahtlcity. .v.riU ( r cialm to the Britlib'crown'tbattbus' et ..... _lt** Shortest Rout ahrv pert te efiobthTo'E .Yd1rar11"

John Wesley stormed Bristol tCI wn., Little Christianity when it eomes into the fcear* I his repent.tlsitorwbo'nwfari'1tJ-(, . ." Texas-mi..
did men know little did the** men'know of man doe not drive the sunshine out.*Aman the Fairilry Bottlet alaiy tat
what a chord they 'd atruck a* their indomitable f* notneceisarily) Christian because While both are-descended from JamesI. _ ooo ktusehold"antpplytItMc}*>
: '. fervor and unintermittent aggression he look. coDsumptiv "Pitr with''a long :of England;the King of Italy la also; I. I I., r. ' wr llWw'!.

hurled out of their way the thing face and a deep couch)(. not..Chrisy* idea through' hla i mother/-eleventh 1 In'MeJ 'Ar :a1 A ;CoLLEE: 'generallyrgltHrtl'R ,1et
that would have obstructed them and once of religion:: There i. nothing'antagonistic from Charlt-- ,I. 'But for their o@ -, ,n IuSteLt ',, &r1r. !RhM a
scent a
more reached after the soul of-the eommon of a..
in religion to the helpful influence society. t
: itla'i- GV'a1r@0
man' It waa a radical return to the aim.'T . f/AJct') I t-". t.i : OttollcrV,llgtaythe' Savoys would t Physic aas jSnrgeonsrtnst ;
>liclty'.f'Chrhit, and it had to face 'the Society being the beat orcharacerpo*? have :b Installed. ,to rule GreatBr114tai Resets l 1
frown and scoffinn of those who do always. *ee* nldthg power It wRI minister to 'modnOS tW' ;.Brunswlclcs UberaUHe* t.A/bonSouth. Clinleal i
resist the spirit of what is real and uncora- th-.lower"., heJbCTidea1efi. |if./ i \ : : Evicted. After ;2. le. SiaM dn."Dr.- *vdvaaia s bnesrpa asV. .,_It, ef f*..n
promising:' Tb harvest was white and had through it" be'will either serve God or the when the Stcarta' were' : OstO. tOIOatO !0)IOa1Qt01 O professor*'.*" .._t,are -.....' y* *i arI--,4i!
.long been unattempted' .The work ,.. devil. If a ,man-his the vulture Instinct the children of James II. tbe next :; : Write for_&.. (
bora under tit.1t"1 baptized By- the"tenn which seeks the earrion he will find it,, 41 bloed evgg'th@'dpcheg4:of. eavoy; KKXPS W.8 KENUniCK: Dean AtUnta,,avAUv *.. rl
of the lowly,' ha by the new song of be desire that ,.vliirb. nobleit-and pnrestend '., 'Blood --
of thousands under the dome Good I .- .daugbtec ufttenrletta./ the youugestch114ofCbarleNl. the Mi
ten of best he my posse it. ;; ". .CURED' b.raaaart+h'v in asItaJy
It went with Christ after the lost sheep The thin that make-the life of modern But she was :o tha Brain / irk 9 qlit'

'and swept the very dost for the lost lewel19 .. society *e strenuou i i. the struggle, to keep av'Protestant, and -was/debarred; the Liver \ ,

tiff It did- condteoenaion Bet reach down aad from-an patronage;buf up appearance that have atlwhMsvar.eeetr that there ', and-beno the Thus ''it was that f the; British crown ';.Dd fcy'A: m. j; : : .t' vfl
idea many
; ,reacbsd out from the ,unfreraal J*l of I fun without filth<-The Rev Dr.. Fowler._ was parsed te] the 'h uae' of;; Brnns.wtckrby1 . Physician* tor i !\: >,wrv.' 11a'7t6se'
; human sympathy and childlike love. And ., the'act of -laJtOlJ"As -, Tears.' ,- fffecu a heel as. 411.J
sit proved by' it* errand and result that he t.Hypocrisy.\ _* It Is Victor Emntanuel Is In..tba' 1''l'AaJUMT M..J.J. -._ -.... .. ( I:5 *"": /riaKvepftiJdB *-*.
who-wants the soul of fnea enough to ...>_l'odLAt Dr.'. ZAir 4 givTnfrVre/jflafnhutcan efslrar
_, '- -.nft""ttmn in CkriiVi(1ID have them go f .")t'POUtq Is> contemptible ia any walks line ef succession to the British throne'but .. . .. I
"'Thb ti. the aetbod .t, the" itvanget for 1 DC* eapecially ia it gain the cbnrch. The about 300 degrees away from It ;, ..IF'Olv.he an rtamoof p p r I M,7TT7t, i'ra-tt.flf tt S,., P f aauvia ", " ',) 'tIbI.t.r" " '_',
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.(. 'which- the world i is' aching. and. stare Im {. V.Ceorg. . *.Adaaas.., . .Brooklyar.. N',:.Y. ''f" :+, writing. to . .rtl.arw :3j! I._ .! fM. V M. pit" vfj 4 11.,1. .ii .. + ,. : ,4 l tNN
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'G/Ef ;>>- fAn ;!' _ Watch t'or.A.Chin. ':is Your Ltre'Vo.rtlt. 600',

"i'Ia! __"' 4UA! | Epitome of the po- j However slight at. this time of. year If So Try a Dottle of

and In this climate, it. I. the forerumer OLLINS COLLEGEWINTER
+ toes and of < of malaria.. A disposition to'yawn' .. f// .. .

.r t- Jr4E r>>4L x Floridians for:.the : JfS j and an all' tired out feeling\ even corrie
( before the chill. PARK :
_iIII Herbineby prompt ,. FL--A- _, .
.. ., r--------' __ m_u_'_'_ _.uu. .. stimulative, acton on the liver. ; drives I tclr
malarial germs out of the .system
1' .i.. D.. Henderson!' .a colored 'man, IT would be a happy condition it the I + ?>.
purifies the blood, tones up the system COLLEGE ,, .
1"wsehot..- .. Wednesday. night while Citizens of any or all towns and oom- and. restores health'' 50b atOsceola "

!, "In his door at Milton.,. From wba'.Could munltisi were altogether working ,for Pharmacy.KALOLA. Preparatory School, Music-School-. ." CuRe :
: be learned Henderson was- call'. the common good. If no man or cor .

;;.d by.Bome. one apparently at':his gate Por.tioa1r...,seeking to drive out and - ---------.... Art School School ol Elocution, .

and at he appeared in his door the t destory1 another in the same. line of business 00 9 ..... i
'r svssaasln red.'kllllDK tbe:.aid Hendeion ', but said Instead .there Is room Easiness School'Schod! of Domestics andTeachers'

instantly. The murdered 'man"was 1 enough'for all. we will help you tot

.atruck In the head with a load ol, thrive, .),;ldelil'w Dino' be' our con Glass Industrial Arts.. :We defy the worldto produceamed-,

Jrt.raf buckshot and he. fell at the dl80h..ryeor I dition. But when'under the cloak-ol; CryatetUod 'Mineral Wator iclne for the cure ofU forms of.lCldneyandBladdertroublesanddiseaeA

' the we&poa A (found near. competltloa-jinderhand. methods'and ItatMro's.Natural ?1
l ;; negro ,. W. F. ,BLACKMAN., PH. D. PRES. will '
the secne of the tragedy with a gun in dishonest defjlngs] are. resorted to, to A oombination'oforystaiscon-. peculiar. to women that equalSmith's i'

his hand was arrested and ,jailed"?upon distress and. drive out rivals. there Laming the medicinal propertiesof Sure IndneCUNI.treated. .''Ninety-with

suspicion. It Is'' not known no.. must needs be contention and strife. the springs.waters of Cures four noted ConstipationIndigestion mineral eight Smlt.h'per. Sure cent Kidney of the cases Cure that bay* yl

whether or not the arrested party held When brothers In the church 'pry together Stomach Kidney , underour observatlonhave. been cured. .

'ufflclent malice air..ln.the. murdered on Sunday and cheat each other Liver and. Ifatddertroubles."Take .: ; ,C. A. CARSON, ........t. ,If. C, BRYAN_ ,.Socratary. We sell .Our medicine. on a positive)

man to Induce. beliff"t.h.- here 'w.. on Monday there eanbe. no peace - guarrantee if directions arefollowed,.- rand
. ,1Ja: : :E:, money will, be refunded; if cure Is.
r motive for the crime. and harmony nor brotherly Katols SU Days *.d not effected.

A horse owned by a colored ':womannamed tween them. -The: only'puce when the' Eat Asythldf 'Yea W...." Price CO cents and 1.00.. |*or sale. *byOoeola '

Border, residing In the northwestern lion and lamb. lie down together In such Waters & ''Carson Grocery Co.WmoUaal Pharmarv. t...,

portion of the olty".y..t.erday.clneloped ; cases. Is when the lamb Is Inside the A teaspoonful dissolved'in a .- !I'

hydrophobia and the own ion.. 'If the lamb. objects\ it is a. sign glass"of water makes a delightful a.d StoUll Daalara !. AmericanBcautyand

;, ..r, after,learning what was the matter. that. he is not seeking or desiring and inexpensive aipertent.Me .. 1,

cc with.the .animal caused It toe be shot. >eaoe says. the greedy Hon., The neighbors SOc sad $1.00.2: -GR.c'E.R.'I: E-.S :_E. Corsets. _
-.t&t.ed 'bitteD b that. would live peaceably must
The horse so the owner was . .
about a week or ten days, ago bya..tray'dog bear: and forbear. The town that For sale. at all drug stores or Exclusive
sent by mall, postage paid. on '.
which the lot. would must be ruled by men I. iI/ A
passed near prosper receipt of pI' ce. CovxTtt AODNTB FO. designs and
'The animal snapped the horse on the who are seeking the public good' not latest fashionable '

f leg a*,'ii'passed.: But little attentionwas self interest.-Arcadia Cbsmplorfw. |r KALOLA.COMPANY..,....... Ca. 11 A Y 'I I Celebrated .Fertilizers CRATES iriodels. F

paid to the incident at the time ... -- I Over
work. I 90 new ,
U was not known that the* dog was" us' your job GRAIN' ETC. !and up-todate -1

t mad: A few days ago the horse was Circulars mud frte_ to select "

taken sick and continued to grow worse / IS\ '<........*.. oa appllcstioa.HIDES from.styles Made"

: p, rapidly.' Yesterday, Dr: Clarke the from selected

fv". ."veterinary surgeon, was. sent for L and. .- wear.we1l'fabrics f I
,'when he arrived. the horse was end ea. FUR WOO and I a.
.t f 'v'orlng to break from the stall foam- pair
f every
,l ,lag'atttt4'ncfchth and every action de-u has liberguarantee. .
((TEETHING POWDERS OQun'trsr Ytrod our -
; : e e. r.High .
noting that it was suffering! from hdropbobl. ,- _' BJUkOBSraiHMI ... al I

,') ...,. When persons would come 14.l.w.. '" Am-L........0........... ) "_.rto .4..4&ftr...wfw.r. ..mpr.w rs..tyr a Ask to ::1
": w.. ra w.__ ww_".. __..i. ..._ r..I.. .w see
1.-".pear the animal would endeavor tot .. -, N a roM eypwr.-raw.--w...Mw them. ",,, .,

.. a-et..t.them, biting and 'kicking.! ...-Pen ..:......N b.esosdI oI was_...Mya_.....-.ham6la.f Mat w.Op_r -.l.e.1 ar d W 5W a rsy_saw_.s5.,4.tnre1..wb.r.p.'Ml .....1 ,. .

(,,,'iiocala ..1 urnal.'
Kalamazoo Corset Co.KALAMAZOO
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: At the Woodmen-Odd Fellows picnic .

.." Sulphur; Springs, near Tampa re- Lrclu.iv.

;: gently:. was 'witnessed an. exciting, life Grade Whiskey MICHIGANSold
Public Sale of Shorthorn and Here-
; u Del'deat.h struggle between ,two person and rcolDended tnr

'.who were indulging in'a bath in the r H. U. Stanford. ,
f biff.spring, "Doc" Pierce, the well ford Cattle - -

', ,:known physical. instruotor'and man Kentucky Exchange

''named Marquis..Marquis. was swlmm- I will offor at ..ctloa. I. Ocala. Sontambar 9. .903 abort fifty .... of
'1 tog ..t.' one otihe'deepest points In"the ....1....... sad klck-crada balls and __. Moat of t.... .... BOW !. mypooaoaato .
\ will ..cll..t.... d will bo .. f
"J under the brink. That bo tkoronckljr at .r..te. AND
;.pool! a large tree near .
BalMt.daatk front Toaaa f.r.r, or any dl..._( for alx month after dataotaal
y.Plerbe:? was. '''standing on the Bluing .. Amplo notlco of tko data for .... aala will bo giver tkronck tko. : : E. R. LII3IBY

'' board,, when suddenly bin attention .._.......... Writ. for full particular. 'X'SE'C' F E
ti'' c Maro.ulsi.who; .gaveout, e -
f. MId' sank,, twice, before.being seen.

,i','Without hesitancy, Pierce J jumped from I now have the largest stock of Wine., Whiskiesand
..."'._ diving' 1x>ard, and''came up'' ,near ,..e:::.. -, Beers ever handled In Kissimmee. All ?.

the drowning man'jwhp; was. going downWi' Q Q. --grades at prices to suit the ..

,..\ last time, and. grasped{ him. Dels . ,
? bo, fact; that Pierce is a' gatntooeon.atbelete I ,8

,in- his ? THH.I OR FLORIDA :; : aEA. sPEC=i:
--MarquiB- 88"' : ;Tyq' = : .J::.tztY'A.
.ails', ', blindly; pulled him beneath the "
.where the two ed for | (Exclusively for Ma1es.)', V .. t.

.able. ;time.hiss lI1an Finslfy_t.o .:t.he..wp.the resghtj S; Twentieth Year Beginning September: 22nd '1903. ,,' S. ,BKAR.DHN, Propietor.9OOOOOI : Miss Taw..wv Ida. M..,Snyder._' ..

he struck him powerful SEVEN FOUR-YEAR COUKSES.-TAgr'iculture, Chemistry, Civil f .:... EMI AH n....

., ..baok of the head, which 1 Engineering Mechanical Engineering, General Science, .. "11 women would pay more attention to

this unfortunate man senseless ,",I Two years'. course in Mechanical Arts One years' course in Bust1 : : their haalth ws would have mora happy
ed Pierce who almost ness or Stenography and. Typewriting. A preparatory course one wives. mother and daughter, and $N they
or aa required, for those desiring such preparation. A'short would observe result woM CM
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Mtedi; to tow 'him to the rope.1'q1d. S i course of five weeks in Agriculture or Horticulture. Post graduate S that the doctotIr prucrlpUoIM: N' sot

.. was revived and. taken. to. his, courses are also offered. The dormitories are under the immediate perform. the Many was they Ma. gives
.yTampa; Times.. supervision of instructors who make every effort to infuse into i 'ER.T.BUTLER E- cradli for.
G/ '' 8
) the students 'spirit which lead to high mental, moral and physical '''U corurdyai with dntcjM Ka and
e.ri..Jo.epTlS&po. .,, who lives on development. Fine, Gymnasium-Regulative. and corrective : A 'A vlaad MeEt...') Wins of CardulMd Thtd.fordf '
iV./;', avenue and. Joi"Schoders gymnastics. required of all. students. Fine modern building. and first Bimck-Draushp and M I took- M sad

(+ stdes.In'St.: Augustine had .s.xperlencewith class equipment. Tuition free to Florida students: No fees i I: G ALES: WINES. BRANDIES G hays tvcryraaKMi to flunk Mm for .sew
Wa oeaiwd up to mt with rutond fcaatth.
. two, monsterrs For catalogue address, T. H. TAtlAFERKO, C. E., Ph. D.;President. or vamoua o".oAMD ..!. aad. only' took! tnna Monthi .. IWine
yesterday afternooo. .Th ,. Lake City, J L ....'o.. L of CarJnl ,
Uaregalatorof .
,oat getting clam. In the San : ial
functions and Is moat
n river j Just west of the''I old E : 'CIGARS AND TOBACCOSAnheuserBusch E' tonic for womm.a U. cures astonishing *

iDe- ." reeideucx. ;when, Mr.., Capo scanty,.upisee'ed.'q,uent, irreg
a commotion' ;the water and ular and painful menstn4ion. fallinff
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dark ATLANTIC COASTLINE RAILROAD CO. 'S S t of the womb white ana ..ood ng. H
two: forms approach.ile ... is.Belrjful when approaching womanhood ,
called to his companion during 1
t.bQ. Wrrledly made theirwayto JICDtJU IN ErJ'ECT MAY 21. 1901. A Beer A'- birth and in changa pregnancy.of life.after It&M.freonenUy -

0e. wild Jumped In.-; Just as theytfpor'the '7 90 40, s asp II'J Lv..y., ........ ......IiITATJo..T.mps,. ...y.c.. ...... Ar 'I\a 21 10 15 s6p L ON DRAUGHT' .AN.D BOTT 'ED.L that have bring bean barren Taear for baby to banes
gun wale into the bdat. a its l07p, Lv........., ....u.uPlant" Lity.....:. .. ................. Ar .44p dragglits years.All
0105 IMp Ly...;._.,...e..0;......... ..1Ie1.D.r.._...,....... ..........Ar ::22. s16p1046s1127p a ve 'LOObottleO e of Wine :'
alligators dashed. up to Ar... ....-,.....,,.-.t., ....." ........ ..... ... ......10" 4015 747p O Can only be found in KUtimmee, on Broadway O cx OwurdiUo
';['be boys-were / 10..I'OIIa Ar................ ...w0rhnd4...................... .....r.LV-120-IUp
': badly rlgrhtquickly IlliGa I 011 a .Ar .. ..... ..... ....8.'IordI..:... .. .....:. .;..LY 1211. a 25p Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.
turned towards home JI: 40p IOS. Ar.....................Ormnge (My J-.eIIr..... .. .. ......... ..Ly 1ma: 6" o O O WiNcorcaRDwGeorgia .1//
lap \ Ar..H.: ...... .... .................... ......Ly, 4sOp
that the isurlans''were' S49p 46Os Ar..... ." .................:.. Palatka- . ...... ......... ...Lvo6p ll16p '- '
":,which last winter "cap!'' .4, 1iO.. 7 eo a Ar.................... .. ek.ournie..........................:.Ly i lea 1661o N F .

1 ;3'hltney. alllgrator. farm, and i, 1...'.......,.'..................s.T.mpa.TATIONC.........r........ ....... ... .........Arieasp R. T. BUTLERI I '
way'into the San e 4011} .......i.,..........,........ ..Lall..nd.. ....................... ...........1." p top I Sonlhern i Florida'
Sebastian. i 1Za cn ... .. .................. ..... ...Ly 111II.
Utem which escaped was: nearn -, 11 II'- ..;. ............."............... Broo"'YI"' a ................... .................L, 1 l6p. ._ a
11605 Ly....;...................;..... .lAeabn..................................." eeep .A. TT IV.A.
feet4long and hadl' ...... .. . ,.. .. ... ...... ...,., .T
already I lOp LY ....:.... . .t. ...... OGal. ,..... ...1." ClOp e
bull I lop Ar...................................... OelhrvUl .. ..................:.............L"11 40p. (. :< ).t'.. .,;:: :' t.;,, ;,, ), :;, :. ;.. .";: 'rUWANRi1VRi
V purs by killing a belong.Bernard 2 00p LY.......:.........._.................UIjh .......,... ...................'..LY 116.i ROUTB"
>t Masters In a : top .............................. ,./ .. '..,. ..r..l.............y 10 66a BCHZDUUtg: HI KrFKCTJAMUABY: :
.very pe i 16p Lv.................................I.u_'......... ....a................... .....L" 516552SpAr. to IMS.LvPalatka .
wanner..,, ale Ir..tol'lhlp. oocupl-: .................... ... .., ........W.'e,.,... .,.......... ........ ..r.....Ly.710.106p MAYNARD LUMBER Co. QIIIett
in the Masters' and. 4Q IITATIONII. .... .........."Mg 5 .og *?.
.. L. ......,.. .............. Tampa ....5............................'10 I16p;..... LV Jaekaonvllla ,, o6pm .M, a. .
tiidry season the bull essayed. t .: .07p Lr...!-..................... ....,..... .... .......... .Ar 10 41 p....... ArValdoetaArTtrton .......,. 11 1ft p. 8 a- .
PODS .. . ........ ......,.......,....,... ... tellla.
lak at the hole IMp AI... ... .. ... .Lok.lom4 u. .Ly .20p.lIDa .......... 12: Mam
water containing 7 lOa 10 17 p' Lv.........................eaetow .a.. ........................LY .7 6o P f 00. Saw ArCordaleVT......... 00am I2aopa: .
,tor'. den;; ,The gator caught ..... 1216. !.Y.............................Aroadl. ,'.......4'.".4..r.....Lv. 6 t8 p...... [ and Planing :Mills ArMaoono. ............ Mam Ili.pq
.... .. 111II. Ar..i..... .......... Punta Owdi .... .........,.. ....W 4 e.5 p. ; '. or aa. 41
,by the nose and held it In the '. IITATJONII. all- ...,.Atlanta....;...... 7 KarnUpS
:iaatil, the,. ;unfortunate::, "5 e2opLvi..r.......................Tampa..t................Ar Ems H. o. a rr. L. y5p.s
beast '520. p.A1" ","..".''.". .".... "... Thoao4o..aee .'" Jo...:...............,....LY. .. Now In operations ;;Complete House Bills Furnished Ar ChatUnooca. ..... lOOp", 1 08&s
St. Augustine Record.., ; : Dit1: Eaapt 6und.; : Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kind.. Naahvllla.......... i40aq ,

i =r 't1O 13Op..r..t... .,n'! .UO.T.IDP. Ar I.oi'-Il... .......... .... .......100e ILL., Char B.a. .
: :
4J lOp ArBt LoulaArChtoayo .. .. ... '
a ,uoyn'' is.a. favoriv .I 10IOp.....",.............Iad Lln. 8'- 8'P.I.nbu. Ly lad Une............ ._. .011o& 4 I6p OeDEBS ,:FILTFl37 I'RO d J"o.L.IS:-_ ........ 862 a m Mpg .
...... I lop..A. O L Lv 8L aeknburg .rACL............ ......,. 260. .. .1120. m __
with Tome lake trout ; fi sherlls .:.. e 871' :. ...;;.;..,...........AOLArllell.trL"A C L........... ........... ...... 71a..... I. as.e.l. '
similar, to the ).... .. 5 4Op...........". '.q.....A C L At Clearw..r iv A 0 L......... .......... .... T ilia...,.. MAYNARD. LUMBER Co. ArClnolnuatl.ArLoul.vills..2..... .. lam 11 SSp'nt05pm
.'English .:e:. S 48p..t-. ....,..... .....AOLArDuDedio LyAC L .. ......... .. 'BOa....... 7 20 am.
at "ground baiting;" Auchorji ....', IIIp....2................... 0 L Ar 1''D 0 r.gneLvAL.. .... ..,..........7ooa...... ArChloaxo cmll.LL.... .. .. S IS am. _
jUroagly In deep .water ' ; s BOp II lOp 1.1' 'aeklOaYl.I1. A' 0 00. UIOp' oop 906 P LY J.elllOoyl11..Ar) loUd 'r.ID. from .JlIClIaoDYl1le
|r tf to position!' throw over.and 10 00p a 16p 10,16- Ar W.e_ L" 6 80a 1111IIIo. lOp 1149 p Ar Valdosta LY Trains. from I 0 'lIacOft.
meet 1:1&: S Rip I. 4Op Ar 8.nDo.h L" 1 eo.I\ I top 1011. Ar'. LwCase. TTu11U11u111iTT1f1111111111T1111111liTTTft111t11f111111111'# ' ' " " ' 111' ,..Ib.goln" a connect at Yaldo.t.with
kit out pieces of raw or of ' 44Op'Ar Cbarleat.oD Lv1155. 6mp II 011. Ar Wont oJn'r)"' LY Local .Ioopcra .. .
,. 1204p Ar Blrmingham Lw.fie I Oren rom.. SlSsS? 'or KBuV '
In" Fulton LY depot
Lt psw'Jnstauc. .- f. Ar WllmloJ'OD Pullman : \
710p Ar. N..hvfll. Lw W.
C4ta16p 3
,Yortt ,bind quarterofpeed t I Rlehmond v 006. 21p 1l1iG: a Ar E..o..UI.. LY $04p E. THOMPSON villa to 1- 1.001.8leeping via Can fmm JaekmOp. "
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I1 40p' BOa Ar W..htngton I LY 2 46. ,,:2 I 46p .16. Ar Cblcago Ly 7 Change of care route without
I up, was found to be I 2Ma . tlla .Ar' 641ii..two Lv 2 87a t 121' '$20 Ar I 5 I'i ro.o' .neat deepen nD D1x1. Flyer trelot aloo Pull. '
"Bait the buoy for Hwo 4 0IIa,, ." II Zp Ar Phllad.lphla Lv1146a: I II 611& 8" Lout. L" .IIDp | .UNDERTAKER and. "EHBALMER without.. 00 same train W fIt. .. ,'."
"s' tl8p'A. New York Ly C nip .126& .80..A', c..oulnl1l. .Ly 100a For "hedul. I'
ilte days, then let a -e- r .. 'toll ,At CIDrloD.,1 1..11 Up uU LINE r- mauon.addroas. I01IthboDD4 ,and.other. tnfor-. '
r totrvene and fish OD the :I ; 1\' 415p .'Ar.L.. Yob11e,'y ,.Lv4I25p E OASVEJ't'S era:: coFFiive.e : : : == DUtrtotPM.nrer' lAi Ruruao ,
.76 p ''Ar I\"w Orlea'4 Ly 1201& 1181 ,', ;
AOea' An Ingenious, angler :' ,Ladles 'and'Gent5' f... B.RHon., fok.osr1110. .to"1... I
rat a buoy with hlsvboat, TnRoua.'CAR lI..V .C B.' -.e 7URNXTU1t O.n.ral irw7No ,
3 p..o..r
i Train.Sisal lllealT1 Pullmassieepen between New Yat Jaek.oovtlleand'PortTarnpat ;;:; NICE LINK AND = : AIU& K:1C01I: 0. "
>qf( ,,, threw,over ;at?regular 41DIDI_r.erYiee through betwaavannah-sod Cull day_"bee. betwar "It. E: STANDARD '\VJNG.14A.OHJNES4.S .. "

itaadfuloff; ;;white beans, 'Iork..,rule and and Jsokaoavn W .bluKton...dChiago Sleeper W'WtoU'truths ehange 78.'.and' .if between. "JlIOklO.ylll.. an4'' New 'ORDBM'BY MAIL OB TELKQUAPH!: Pity snow*. f '. l

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_miDI t.....Myers.. ar"Ylotr PaDaa E' r tt PAIanrG AID PACKING ous>
ee t.uad.y 7 a. m. m. Oorda 4 p. "' ,. ;i = tin F.A.
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> it in motion bye Jerking Throncb Pollmaa. .I..pen. bstwraa-Port. Tala." sad. New York Yla Dour Atlanta Ceaat Line : = '4.GJUn'I'OA THE (AOKGl W. CLABK CO'8 KONTJIUMTB: ,' "HEAA8TONIS' a }'ile. caustnl' 24 a terrible case of m aau. ,. a t.umoJ': When".n
["!| op and down for 'a toot For tuU.eomple&e aDd IntormadMt. regarding rata;rwrntlona.eta,call 011 coast r ANll LEON VXKCXfl, ]tailed Bucklen'. .Arnle.. Save ..}I
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laahee from the bottom. Tamps : for,,
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