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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: May 6, 1904
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: VID00123
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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:Seven Good Reasons, One for .Each' Day .in the Wek? Why James, E.' Alexander Should' be 'Sent:;. to Congress,,"' :. ,

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-"- First; Ho is competent and qualified] for the position : Flflli. lYis loyalty, to'.the principles of the party and liltf fealty'to lib.friends! : -

him for public"favor.* '
are unquestidrfcd and recommend :
Second. lie Is honest and of seat In i
worthy .a Congress' trait he understands the need -
Sixth Being a farmer and large grower) : }

: Third. Ills long and unselfish service for the party should be rewarded. of the ngrl ultural.class and vlll labor unceasingly for theirkInterests, In: and ..

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I Fourth. Ills personal'acquaintance with the public men in Congress and out of Congress -

mlliarity with the ,duties of the position, render him the most available Seventh. He has no enemies to'punish,, but .frieiids to: ',reward, = 1" J.s! hq'

mdiduto before the people. will generously do when seht"t9 VQPJjress, .. v .,. .. ... .


Endorsed by Men Brains Nationa Capital.G

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Jim Alexander has scdrea.of let- any man would be proud of. Read vice with Senator Call. I feel satisfied As a result of that experience II My Dear I predict' that if he '41

tara from distinguished men of the i below what the opinion of Alexander that his experience here have secured for the congressional from the & .., he wilt: be.,

nation expressing earnest wishes is in Washington: would make him far 'more success- district that I have the honor to your district ( expires.,have be 3'"

hat' he join the law makers 'atashington. ,_ERi>M CONGRESSMAN BROWNLOW. ful in legislative work than any represent more appropriations than (ing'Hon. JT. E. : : ; popular and t

Below are given two. Washington D. C., Fob 21 '04. member who has had six years' experience ever went to one congressional district gross as their .. t.ivea in the*. ... V

Which are only samples of the H. D. Bracey DeLand, Fla: ; I served In a subordinate in the South since the organization I_sincerely ' make: ,a+, 'u.etut' a''

many. One is from CongressmanWalter My Dear Bracey--Your favor ofa capacity as an official of the Uni- of the Southern State gov to do so. He I )., :will reflect'' t'

P. Brownlow, of Tennesse recent date at hand I am delighted ted States Senate for eight years, ernment. I believe that Mr. Alex Washington t'and.: State and

and the author the famous to know that our mutual and also as one of the officers of ander, with his experience can do many friends'

Brownlow bill and one of the most friend. Hon. J. E. Alexander, tile House of Representatives for equally es well as I have done. served here as and he"peopl" s'' t t'

distinguished men in the. South would be a candidate for Congress two yearsIt was in these posi- Your district will make no mistakein Senator Call : will never' have

The other'is from Charles N Vance,. I from your State. I knew Mr. tions that I familiarized myself with giving him a trial. Mr. Alexan With?best wish-, r

Ion and secretary for years of the Alexander while he was here congressional duties, which ena- Yours truly, making V ,. .

late Senator Z. B. Vance, of North serving as the private secretary of bled me to begin my congressional 'W, P. BROWNLOW.FROM not only with ; *

Carolina, and one of the best known Senator Call of your State and career as familiar with legislationas CHARLES N. VANCE.Washington. comes in 'HAS. .NV.AHC&:: ,t

and most popular men In Washing came in contact with him officially other members who had been D. C., Feb. 16 '04. those with kb.'i

ton. They are testimonials that' almost every day dUrina-his ser- here from fifteen to twenty years. H. D.iBracey/ Esq.. DeLand, Fla. flict, for he is f. ..
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Paid and canceled warrant were Town Senatorshlp. ? I Is a democrat, 'B., ein444 .
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ilenlroj-ed. Proceedings.TOWN . GOY. W. S. JENNINGS voters that for t,things for 'every ,,

Reports o'l various County officer HALL, May 3d, 1904.Cpikncll years Messrs. of Florida'and h.; tl

examined and approved., met In adjourned session ton and Call now .than 'aD7' of' .

[FlU Report of tbe Retmlar Meet- The Treaaurer'a report showed the There being present, J, W. Thompson leaders and as ....,,.of out'th the United work

leg, Held June 24. 1904. following balances on hand: Chairman; A. M. Pfann, W. L. fhe Logical Candidate ForU. bitterly and? %relief of the :"

K.r.uu. Kund.Kmtd . . (228177 Van Duzor and J. R. Gilbert, Jr., mocracy that .. esaentlally
K198IMMEK, FLA., May 2, 1904. Fund . the,kind of
601 IIlFine : Clerk. S. Senator. has ever known man.
The Board of County Cotmnlislon- and Forfeiture FniidAchofil to the
IlHI4 es place
Knid .. ,. 16M 117 The minutes of the I last meetingswere Mr. Call may pnlted
n convened at 10 a. m. PreventWalter ' .;
Hrhnol Sub-Pin -
No. I Ru 7.
read and approved.The sideration.
Ba 8r. Chairman J. M. Hohool Mub-IMM, No. 2MchoolBultlUl. . 6.86
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; Fall.
No. of TO SEED. buying your., ,,.
i 16106 reports officers were CALL HAS GONE statesman,
approved. -
Walker A. 'C. Bass, C.S. Acree,tom- Bt.booI811b;L,.li! No. 4. ..., .. . 190 12 '", &0., call on
isaloners; S. H..Ualloek. D. C. .'l'alaI.. .,. .. ... ..... ... .. f"7 70U 1 The following bill were approvedand again gone,By to his save 1DODe.7.. d

Minutes of the last meeting read ..Dd.ppraYed. For which ,amount he presented certificate Tallaferro Stockton Repre- '
ordered paid, as follow-: _, and he' Is not a *. -"
of deposit in the Slate Bank ofFrank J W Ad.rhold., Ml .. M.yor.' .......-.I' KMLooocrd race., After \ Report '\ !
The following bill were examined; KI..hDmee,1, j .. WIII..m..1II'J |.. Mar.b&, .. 4000oust sent JacksonvilleFactions.Since : HU.. April 12tb,l 0l ;'"kt, < 4
.. la ,. 23 00wCTienerW5.pok .. time denouncing ., W., .. >
aad ordered paid: King .asked for compensation I feodlnc I ..prl.0een.t.......... ......... MM t 10 Florida became' State In ferro's ilk and : .-. rlorS4e.. .lJG"'r" "'',.,.'
W Ban Sr county.. Con sad.. apea....... | S M for damagedone, to a,] horse.beW I- baullof.-... ... .. .. .. 100 1845, her United StateSenator's' and denly appears W r.po.91tat ee the '
AOpar .* .. .'. Il0000t w riding, caused. by a defective county W W King. 1 day polio* duty.. . 1 M .',, MM, taeiiuire, I
.. been .
have of
their of logadvocat*
M 17 HOJBO J A I.aui a ter aal a* treamnr 6 09Alec places .
bridge. The Board decided that DartdMHi. aal ai _". . 26 00 Clerk'ol the Cirralt
C M LM clerk aad lall aIl41t. .j00g J f O'Qulnii j.olor" ,. ... ,.. .. ... 2\ OOIK no action could be taken on this mat : Wh.utesl.IKL. Plant.. .. .. .. Sfr OO David I. Yulee, of St. Augustine. didate. Mr. -+jBatreettan sad. j s
lf.r.j .. .. ter and asked i K Gilbert, it' Ml 20 M '
MOO meeting Mr Kingto ? '
Cap Bop
poor .. _. ',
76 Th. KIo.I..m T.lepbo. Co. rant, ph' 1 M Jas. D. Wescott, of Tallahassee. reer did cause ,
Klactrie Ucbt Co
llfbt. Apri..i
MocfB Baw. am ward.n Mtarr. 3d OOM.nball present his,pi aim again next meet- Jim Fred Roblnaon, .treel Minuter work; work "". MOO 2 ZVWLMedlock Jackson Morton, of Pensacola.S. Ills shrewdness, et the Circuit Coart,

4i H Jv.y.*road canoe aupcrrlMr C. blank pay bwrki rait.... ... SVA M m 00 Ing. . .. .. ... 7". U. M.1l0"1) 8r.,'of Jacksonville i I. not a> . the-eoBBty otteere \ .+
J a WI In the matter of the drainage petition J .W. VBompaoB' .. ,Pnr sanitary bucket 12 .* frreierrlm tbe'reoord*
OUbart. Co. Tra Con ;
D Hocaa tax volt. __.......... .. 4O673 frtadvancMl ... : K.. :MOr A. S. Welsh, of Jacksonville.T. the leasUBehold.- .,.la an ardent. and r,
\ HcFh.ttor. repairingbnd.. ... 1 ..0 presented to the Board at the T...A Gn""l b rod.lor riant So.l.': .. 1 45Arthur W. Oaborn, of Fensaoola.Abijah now _".... for all Tarn ,.

W W A Oak C OroUol. work leIDN'' oa eeualj road work.bare. ,. ... *U T 00B..upervl.ur 4O last meeting! following resolutionwas A AIJlmJMlOD".eh.Vlriinla Qulun, No.1... Janlkun.I MOO loo Gilbert, of St. AugustineS. Senatorial .. CUM laU kU poaatM. ,%

A o / refl.' !. aad.. .11...* 2t60 made: MlM MluMUBrrao Parker 00 B. Conover, of Tallahassee.Cha oars In the heeaaie aeeotiatabies' '
W W Chaad r 4/1 m Moved and seconded that the petition .. 4A :00MnPKCrecorjr. la ray. eoavenleat. : ,
= b W. Jones, of Pensaoola. Damon and 'I'1".:, -
W A Kttbaeki. ". MTf of W J Barber, et al be granted M" r.ra.worth"" . . ,. 00
r 480(1
B W..o. :M W Wilkinson Call of Jacksonville. ferro and John aoooaaled fee an ntoa- ,
W .. .. n' M and lobe following citizens are hereby Edgar Ollr.r M 00 ..' Y}
L : Tax
: pamartao COl
CSV Vnw.ll 4AOO Samuel Pasco, of Montloello.\ for[ some years
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F.A|Van. ACIMW. total '.10M.. .... .. :3uN 60 00 appointed to act as a committee, J TTlndall C H Wllaon Co., mda. . ..., IOU Pensaoola. 1101 aad '* (roll' for,. i "
B Mv.r road work. . .. .. S. R.'Mallory, of : ted ass the poles
dralii- H M rftnu Vall.r A"rll.oel John Johnson and M H Par-
,. y 0prlnUuI. eouo........ .. .... .. ...... la esp W L Mvdluck street, India work.. ......... ......... .. 21 3 28HMI'laonSCo Ml' Jas. P. Tallaferro of. Jacksonville. es to and lnA ,- ISWL The 'Collector' i
.. ... tin this committee 1* to examine and
M 00Nee
n PrTan fowl ; '
prlaonvra... . I J W Tkomt'can, piir Act (it for E L P. 20 Query: Ian"\t.abouLtlmeto..Bouth\ social and .'" tally aad ac . ,
T 10 aoIJ .. .. .. .
,oo.t.But.r T A : :
.. .. .. RnfBar the proposed drain and to .
report 727 .
., . 10 survey .. Florida to furnish one"of this State's For a gemei i reports vroaipUr u. ,
D F PrmU,tl (rama. .. .... ... .. ..... I 02 to the Board at their next :meet .4 <"> .". .". .". San 4 Oft .-:-. ,.S, ,
IJT Oteaolaotmiiy .. .. .. United States Sen..toraPThe alternately
0'' tl ..a e.y.. sad-a erlra-, .
( .. .. . .. 1 V4 HVJT ing. tats: r:
H M Wood, street work . .. 416Tb. chance is now offered for the raqksonvllle by the talate and with i,
; A Anderson tc. Co. preMtlt.edbel.. The attention. of the Board having' Maruard Lumber. lubercll'dock in M peninsula to add to the above list a they have made .. of tbe tees k* AM '
J WlhompMii.. .. Pur.lg1Oturn.. .. a CF... 87 VII! '
been called the fact that the word d
MOOaint for convict hire during April, .. .. .. .. 400 devoted and gifted 'South Floridian and political Blake .bis report. .;,q.\
amount due, 125.60. Reportplwoded "freeholders" was Inadvertently omitted -.. .. .. .. .. 80 119 who Is. 'champion of the people'srights nity horrible a4 a reword -T ..,, I
resolution relating . . 000 ; he 11M'._a....
and amount ordered paid In the to the R A odock 80 U W. Jennings W
-and that man S politics should if.
Th. W C Gro Co.. fur borrowwl for by hlB em account el .<.
oio Fine Ac: Forfeiture Fund. removal rates across public road, sly dock .. ... .. .. . . 3000 of Brooksvllle. ism has run riot .,, v ,
!,Bond of O car Journlgan Jo carry adopted 1 Feb. 1904, and the Clerk The ,bond of J. A. Lancaster Trea.- sc njllle, to the el Pnbll.'l.MSUOUua'

urns, with A. E. Bearden and EX wa Instructed to correct' the name.. urer wa' presented Council whichwa The United State Senatorsblp Is an party In some aooonat ef the pro..",,. .' '
sureties and The petition presented by J H Sim examined and approved. office too hiffh and honorable and too the of of Fabll lo.trncUao. "
Lesley, approved disgust/ '
,of.Uae school Mada, +
. mon, et al, voter of District No. 6, important to be filled br any but a o
nod In open board. L. P. Hugber appeared before the State over. .,.,.. ef toe;: warrant* .. u .
S. Bond of J. H. Walker a. Notary wa refused on the ground that the petition board and asked that reduction be allowed broad-guageman, and _evidence has Messrs. > luad; preening .
ibllc, C A Underbill and Robert Al.rman doe not comply tooth the above on tax ale certificates held byclt.1 for some time been piling up that the have whether ef be. *Ones' It-,-a" '+
. sureties, approved and signed I referred to resolution as corrected.Mr against Wm. Frazure' propertyIn people of Florida will on Tuesday dertaken to drag I 't'of. '
account the -
: oorYeet
C S Acre pointed out to the text select for their Senator that one i I
ri. open Board.The I North KisllmmeeT After considering tical. method .', Soaaeea; .
Board that one of the railroad crossings of the candidates who moat nearly answers I ,, '
report of the State Auditor on the same was agreed to allow rial campaign. lB. late hi*'baada .
lie Icarious county office wa next between Klaslmjuee and Camp- 26 per cent, off-of actual taxes, and In this requirement.The 'ida want none .. ..n ales'wWII' ;.his ', '

M .nd the Clerk wa Instructed toiava bell and one at St. i.Cloud Junction payment of all subsequent omitted people.realise th.t. Sesator of dieted anowlnsj .-.., tr' -
ln aooordanoeth were In bad repair. The Clerk was taxes. the United States should be much Duval credit a* 'nanny E
same publt.hed county dose by every OOOB-,
instructed to call the attention of the W leader of faction the '
Motion by IVan Ducor, eo- more than a a or '
and will
the law. they : ; t
proper authorities to this matter. onded by H. M. Pfann. that the Mayor representative of someone section of fhbr.4lih, UM '
The; Hoard then took a reeesft untilp There being no further business the be instructed to take proper stepsIn blow nu'T .... -was. ;
the State or of some one class of interests : '
mi..Reconvened: :. meeting adjourned. regard-tv calllcff an election for The people ...d.lulu lg't, ; !:
and the Indications unmistakable .
.' at 2 p, m. Ah present the purpose of bonding the town for are need a United I ...,... 'U OS A
Robbed tli Grave.A (18,000 eighteen thousand dollars, to that the present senatorial aspirant -
as before i democrat : ...,... MM ,
uses ough
Mr. before the startling Incident Is narrated by.TohDOHve..ot be following purposes:. will be mea.uredirldI7\ by .,.,.? 4BM ,,., "I" '. !
( Agnew appeared For E. L. Sfi.OOO. leader Public
Philadelphia follow: purposes" this test. It 1 I. a test which will makea \..\... "1oa 76
0&1'4".nd presented the Judgment I was In an awful condition. My For Street 93,000.: of their faction 1...... IS M I Jn1
against Owoeola (county for costs in skin wa almost yellow, eyes sunken, For Water Works 10000. process of elimination easy one. and their State >....,.;,US n Ii, '
tongue: coated, pain continually in The same was Carried. Look at the situation! Three of the .-. 1 .. r''
he'j.; O'Berry case amounting to hadlcapped in <..: ..MOTS .. J- i, ,, ,
back and sides, no appetite, growing There being no further business candidates are citizens of Jackson aaav :,' ' '
ilM.87, whlcbwas ordered paid. weaker day by day. Three 'Pby.lclan.had Counoil adjourned to meet Tuesday. sire to make for' . .... o6y160gTs1; '
ville. These three *re" John N, O. u
<:Tb Question of the appointment of given me up. Then was advisedto June 7th. A. D. 1904. constituent. . ,,
,n, attorney for the Board was theobeul..d. use Electric Bitterer to decided ' J. W. THOMPSON Pres.J. Stockton James Pi; Tallaferro and This year' the ) ...* 14 eT. HJ
,") and oa'motion tit C. S. Joy the first bottle made, Improvement. R. OIl esRT, Jr., Clerk. Wilkinson Call. Being a citizen. of are happily"not Wbsln.di';: ,
I continued ate forthree Jacksonville certainly .dde4-pot dis. "
f seconded by} 'A C Bus, It was weelca and am now a well man. Notice' to Contractors.NOTICE Jacksonville ;; ; .CKVXSTAMOaV

d tbalP/AVans' Agnew be em- I know they robbed the grave of another I Is hereby given to all Contractors Senatorship United State*.. -895MA.SHa. ', -ot.,.. .,;t; ,
7!d f or bn yeal''ii Attorney for victim." No one should fall to AI.
and Builder -of Klislmmee 8. Jennings the
BosMat try them. Only fiO cents. Guaranteedat good men there a,* are to be found I CH fBILI'' ...a
a salary of ,82S0OO'per/ on and after June the first, 1904, didate not YF
and expenses Incurred In llt.4Do' Oeceola Pharmacy. nine hours ,will oOnstttuM a day'. anyrfhere, and a Jacksonville man La; .# l .
. 4 An elegant line of; Ladle Muslin work for all carpenter's. ba as much right to seek high political splendidly .....::0 q.Mras : r1 1r.''.
...'.. .BT order of Local Union; No. 1359 other be I* made; has +. r',.iA a .
bond of'yr'j: Bronson'to Underwear at K. honors as any man. ,. lay ., .." fit
carry of Klntmmee, Fla.; bow to achieve- : " r .,.ak1,,
;Ackers Bass ; .'Lets look alltdedeeper. What. havebean results for tb _M.tYM........ 1.. \" . ..
and J A'Bar well equipped fort ma* "W.R. TVNTO *>. .. ,..,,, '. , '
....Uu.'approved and 'signed. '!D1'' king photograph,Vir.ews'ori,),eri1P. ...... .' \H.R.. OVEKSTRIETV.Committee.: !: lobe'poI1UA"an&ece4eDt8' of these and bss proven : ? ,...aa \ '. '.

Boa'& 4. ' ., toga,,Call. and examinework.i. ,, .t.J 1 JF I MUBA2J8KL ,: :," 'c .j : ,three Jacksonville" candidate" ; '''.z \t'''" : I il... ... 'J 'f, ...;ayif ,1 .' >. ::

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HoldehhursfcyilHali much'"How' do you like the' look of Uiiplacet I -' A 1 I. ;

; fjL smUe.'!?",..asked?'my father' with! a fain.1.i i : JOHN" .U a a'EAMAN". |

The- disconsolate esprelulon oft m, '" ( *
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11 ) a sufficient Jiflo'anf-ra : r a
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; member heelq! }ey.PjBfiiT' .'1iavlB|, LiveryJjfr Sale .,

been"so profoundly miserable as when ,

we wandered together from /.room 'Co
t room and along the gloomycorrldonsurveying !
21KL Stable 1
."Y" the confusion which( e'ery.'llel."e Stale. = :

,\\ prevailed. .
WALTER' '.BLOOM EIELD- "Come don't be so melaneholj about I v. (t ti A ""s

It." urged, my fatli rf "In seven or eight ', \, fI'')

-I r TT weeks a f.most the Hall will. be tlior. Town. j !!
Finest Turnouts in 11
f os lEt by8oae.vDoaraar gory ,. ft oughly restored and leaned, and the ,{ ,
axArfEn xni' tlv as fast as our bay mare could trot. architect your uncli bas.'''ngeged' assures Jt. 'i

.. .u II'I'.U ... .. "I thought It was best that you should me that the reiiovntlon shall be
; come home" said be, "If only for. i a effected lu HIP most conservative niau Fie r"....

k The 'conlll tlnlC emotions aroused by day. Of course, tbe place-- would be uer possible the antiquity of the plan' Two cnpa; .of sugar, one cup of-ijut Aont for stan>1 ard ml" 'CoIDDani t

1'' the perusal ,of my ancestor's Record, safe enough with old John; but you> being In no way daUln!; du (tor. cue sup of cold water one ten [ "

,- but more particularly. I think by the know I: never fancied; leaving It unles l'oUscTved"thnt I hoped If might) be Fpoonful of uJn, three cups of raisins
keen hope -of the existence of the chopped line four or '
you were at borne and just now then so. egg, one pound -
treasure where It had. been stored bj"Roger CB cinnamon niul nutmeg to flavor, \ \}
area dozen or more strangers nt the There 1 III no doubt of It. \rontlatiedfather. .- -
Trueman, and'the posslbllltlei lJ:>at IctjiMlier sugar' and butter add l
'K Hall. It is a strange pIcee-ot-busliioKs. ?lave you seen the ;
r' which Its recovery afid possession presented this affair of your Aunt Annie. :I church Xo! It lea present wltbuul -uix*'-i *,- uJiicu l should. have been KISSIMMEE .,'
V ,to mind were beyond thstrength < eaten together dissolve the soda lithe
my ; have telegraphed a1 of my narure to endure. The that I will do all I can to. find out from the north to the south side. curl of water. Use enough sifted

1' heavy volume fell from my handi where his daughter Is, though so tar Where the altar was the new organ 'flour to wake it stiff as pound rake,

i to the floor. and I Involuntarily' rested as I can perceive at present that will la to. be. On Sunday Mr. Fuller Is Cut tin- fig In halves And press well RIVE.It EOt7TE. ;i

t. against the 'side'(,t the carriage while be very little. Annie is the last girl U to preach lu Johnson's barn near the IM the 11011to/ prevent burning. Bake

v a feeling of deadly alntncis came over the world I should have expected to waterinill. In lay l < rH. fronting each l layer while .KOSEADA .',:{!

a me, though I did not lose conscious err")n that way; she was always suet "Haven't these changes been made -w.irui. Till recipe( malfos two cake. STEAMER LILLIE. STEAMER Jr., [!':
j Captain Clay Johnson. Sr. Captain Clay Johnson
'r Without doubt my'aspect "
ness. pre.
a loving child. I would no more have very quickly 1" < '
t sealed fall, the algns of .sudden Illness,, believed that she had a thought hidden "Indeed.'they have-but; you are not) Knert Irlilill Ckk*. Regular weekly trips to Dagglnger and return.: Rosoada leaves Klsslnv-

I 4.. -. or the comedy which Immediately ensued from bel"' tat bel' than I would at tbli acquainted with half of them yet. Yesterday Ono plntnf mill: ; four eggs; ; two< mee Tuesday morning and arrl'c.8'KlslILmmee Krlday evening.Special ;

t could ;pot be accounted fov. moment believe such a thing of you.. a celebrated arborculturlst from InHpfiiooMftils of powdered sugar; two< Charter Trips to Lake Ofcecchoue find Fort Myers on the LJllle "

Janet. screamed.the-old lady "the At this remark I winced, yet 'foolishly Kew was here and went over the estate tnhli'nitooiifu! of melted butter; one. Comfortable; accommodation for pas seaget's.; Rales reasonable.The .

flask, the flask! Don't you see tbe held my peace as to what I had marking trees-which he considers tcnsp-.ouful of baking powder and. most picturesque Waterway 'In Florida.

: gentleman has fainted? Quick! Whata so, latelyread, and which now: engrossed too old either for use or orunuicut;; Hour- enough to make a reasonablythin For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to

stuplif girl you are!* and tbe next all my thoughts." To be wise they are to come down and more than bailor.: Rent: the eggs; white andyolks CLAY JOHNSON. SR., Proprietor,

4 Tomes that")swfiil gorgon bad me after the event Is the quality of modern two thousand new trees are to be :! fe-pvatoly : stir Into the yolks 'On board "Llllle" KltKlmmeo, n&,
'" fixed a coreer.r where she franlicaUyeedeavouredlto the hiiltor. sugar and one cupful 01
inf/ prophets-of dispensers of generalities planted. I aui told that your uncle
flour in which the. linking liii'IWPII '.. ._
thrust the neck. powder - ----- ---
and copy-book wisdom whom had to pay a fee of L:23:! for bin ser
of her nauseous flask Into mouth. I 11I1'1<"1. Thou add the hulk nniHie be rolled with. I"out
; my to
I have no desire to 'Imitate. I know vices. /1 TEA CROWING IN INDIA sufficiently withered
I offered what resistance 1 could, but '" t wliltPM! of the eggs! with more .1 1-
p not how It was. I suppose I and by;: I "Shall we dine DOW ? I n8kl' being broken, and is then taken
+ my efforts! were as nothing opposed to flllIr.It. iieec'''' rr. Hake In small machine. The object of
nature secretive, or that at the time ruptly changing Ihe subject, though I LIFE TO to the rolling
cnkp. llntlcr each one,, its It eontestrout 1
the 'strength of my tormentor who some ill-deflued 'idea suggested lUelf never felt less Inclined to cut In uiy rolling Is to liberate theJuices of the

persisted In her purpose, her tongue ; to my mind that- I should best ecrrc i i life. What I had seen and lie tT' [fade the griddle. If for dessert place FINISHED, PRODUCT. leaf cell and during the operationtheleaf
/ M MJ each! .plJite: with Jolly or Jan I -
running with great volubility while my interest by carefully reservingto : me feel nick at heart and I would have changes color from a bright greento I
8 she saturated shirt front with' between I tl'c enters and l sprinkle pow' ; Stages orCfririg the Leaf-Withering,, tint In former
? my myself the Information I had acquired welcomed almost anything to ,'lvertmy a slightly yellowish
I brandy. "This Is what comes of readIng dcre! sugar; \, ovpr-llip toi. Fermentation and Sorting-Unbroken done by hand ,
; though 1 have never at anytime mind perplexed! as It wan and years the rolling was ,
' .' novels.. God bless us all, look at) regarded my father's Interest ns wearied with strong and varying ewo- I'net-liimho.- Buds the Finest Grade-Retiring and 80 pounds was a good day's work

the site of that one! How thankful 1 other than identical with own, nor tions. for one man ; now the machine does ''t
my Cut tip a hair: of fowl n* when carv- the Final' Process.
am that. I never allowed my sainted did 1 conceal Information "Ot have hail about three times that amount In one
my us partof course; you n long III!;. 1-n.v them in n pnn of cold I watertill 1"
tr William to see any such devices ol a determined polky. That reticence !. said father at V'ellcaredfctracts of level or hour The rolled leaf Is then takento
., my Journey. my looking all the Mood I.I drawn out. Put' I, c
Satan I Janet, throw that horrid book was a grave error I now know. his wOI<:h. "It] is not yet' seven 0'<'I0l'1o;, I Into a pot I lv\o lnbI iHMtnfus] of lard,' mountainous Irnd are tined In Indiafur n root dark moist room where It 'J
the cultivation orI'a.. The term
out of the wondow. lied I at once Imparted my discoveryto but I will order something to be servedat nail art II ovi-r tintire.. When the lard, In spread out on a cement floor or !In ."
The natural hesitation of the gardens" Is used to denote these. covered with a wet
young him who by nature and statute law once. lino cater" to n boll puf' In the ch.cken long traysand <
1 lady addressed to deal lu such summary had tbe greatest right to know of It. A .small l'OOla'b"'h" overlooked the v.-IIi! 1111: nloi; lincly I II1lu" "''!. )Prods I; tracts whl< h'ar)' in size from ltd1acres cloth, where it Is left to ferment at ,
fashion with another person'sproperty I had spared myself much and had be-n vii: In the hill: districts of the lo.rHlmalaYIl oxidize which turns the leaf a ,dull 'j
misery garden not as yet Interfered r \\ Itll Com.IMll: KC.-.KQH: With slit .1
't t averted the threatened calamity the British had not been afflicted with mountains to 1GOO acres on ninty color This fermentation: Is. a .
public and Hide we Kilt down to uhnbtlly nail] pepiM( : niul 'I i little marjoram. II
I ho plalnx. The tea bush ls raised from
+ and afforded me IIn opportunityto with these memoirs. l.up-ovl!>H'd dinner.! Old John I.Kid. I'niiini | no ipinrlH of Imlllnj: most Important part of the preparation

grasp my volume, fear of Its lost "Even If! you cannot suggest anything waited: at table ;1111 usual, but Wade water, niul, I ': cook for three humors seed ah which in( now carefully planted of of the tea leaf and upon the process

having: Inspired we with strength for for us to do In the matter" said otic 0:' two iiwkwurd blunders, and then' ..111'111 t\vn1ii>:iipp.l "'II"I"JOllflll:| i of nit one Inch deep. in a uurBcry of depend the flavor\ and appearance t
soft, fertile Holl. In early days
R tbe effort jlhe rule for the. length of time
my father continuing. "It Is well that spitH'd to ctraunc lu Ills uiiiuuers gnsIII'aa: |paw' ""I'r and lot II Htculive There I Is no
"Well. well, keep It, If you must. you have returned home. ""bl'n0 that 1 look thy that oppo-lunity that I. mluntlr." I-MI-JIT.. It will be improved. tea. planting' the need wan xotnetlniesmattered back of of the operation one garden's product' \

t, the old lady continued; "but It ,,"oull1bave persons dlscufg a ruse! some 11I"l<'tkn- presented itself of remarking; upou by uti-xviii-t: with It n few' dlli-pn. tif sold broadcast fron: the piirlnR! six hours, while nnoth r may .I t
I an -
elephant. Thin plants lejiilre
been no great loss any way; you ble notion will often occur, to oue of It. : i 1"1;led, haul before inking ni>. 'I hi. I'I young take only two. Afur fermentation has

0 l; could have got. another at the: next; thew which solitary contemplation. 'ou see, he is over sixty," urged; I I llii {.'iniini', { Sonllirr recipe) for gnat 'I In order a li.-lj. toll thrl and a well'hen tort tnuiht hrat the )proceeded l far enough, the loaf I Is rolled :
q station. All iiovols are alike; though You I !I'u,. mid to e again for a few minutes when It ,_
to have
fails produce. read your Ills employer, "und we lI1\JJi1 net expectimuli : irn.v: ne mule of any; sort ofpgary plants, hate height of 12
..j must say that is an extra large one. ; olital.nrd a It. taken to the firing machine andsubjected ,
letter vril.
grandfather's ? : from him now The alterations. : Iamb unison_or kid iichcs tht'lr... 'tra'1"plant"'l. 'it 1 U
Ah. If my poor dead boy were olive, 'Yes;; I have read rrandfath r's letter going ou here, and the prepcnce' o" so -- ., I hush t tl1 a blast of hot air. between .; '
enerallyfouMderetl' that requires
be would be just about your age and. ," I replied. many strangers, has "o disorganized V..101 l Itiirk Nonp. ., ( about 1C of a wcllculHated ztll i nni! 30/1<> dfgrrrs "Fahrenheit for 20 ri
oh how like you he was! Everybody "Well, and what Is you opluioni""I him that bv has beeu U111l0.iw..ldo Tf ;VTI. !best
1 said what a 'sweet face my William think IIP has oete,1 unwisely In himself! for the last few days; .tt-Kri- I 'ul..:j fir /1"/! .iiy" |i.rlioil'' each: with a. eif-: r.jult soil The around it to gala In tho regular :\111111 and removes the nuilntur" from tyThe ::;1

R bad-.just like a girl's. He was a good making such long journeys to find hilidaubtl'I' day I could scarcely make:! anything I rot iisili| lt.. lnxi.v. then inky out the roeither inequaresortriangles'lea .U plaiiti-d" The (lie left and ruui's It to curl, up and t f:
Ia boy. Here the old lady, being overcome ,arrot and 1h..uII. nxvny.: You\ will blacken 11/ comes out of Ih,' machine ,
more especially with such of him. \ .
1ho"workyieu are ;:one triangular each: "
with emotion, resumed'ber vent slender ml'an8' ira his. If he did not we must' and, the 'old innii n cottage I/11"1 Hint nil! Hie unplc.iyniit;' .fluror hllll Lush exactly:planting the yhln 1o:1\Ilg: from: im three-fourths fired and Is tln again[ -' j jfired
, by. which circumstance I was enabled Hie, ilurUs anj has bci-n absorbed same upact. at a muc'h lower temperature ItIn ;;/
y know at oil what had of ,
become!) her and a small pension. lie has 1IvcJhere neighbors. efTccts: a Having( of nearly 15 ,< .
by the( earrot. and and IK the !
to breathe'ouce ; dry crisp tea
more having learnedthat I could better I now
understand his
doing since he wits u "boy, wild has beena ; to
cent It Is possible
It Is neither pleasant nor judicious so; but according to Annie's! own letters good Hud faithful servant." I Put up tlie:I dnrfc. pennon: each piecewith \plant 115 Lushes space In as the area that of commerce OutlntllP process <>C
when In' unit nnd pipper 1 nnd Iny then In same It IK estimated Ihat about three-
a fainting condition to be n curing
as grandfather describes them
"That will be rather 1 lonely for him, would be 100 plant in '
projected against a'.fat Individual en- soup pot. For n large; soup you should occupied by quarters of iho weight, of the gn en I leaf
She has gone off of !her own free will won't It? .I.'auc)' old John .\dIWII. liucu-, I rectangular planting .
:''Telop IDa"a :quantity jof. crap, and repents her net only BO far as her elor.aud cs-butler; who uevef' had a I have Jour ducks AdJl three sliced By the the plants is los .
u 'The collapse of rtiy' fellowpassenger.the onions nud'' n tablespoonful of ground {third year IhoUld'l Is then taken k
Tho tea to the
ber sorting
present position prevents ('clnlther thquaht that went beyond( his side be from tour to five feet bight they ,
; was the signal'for myrecovery. I r father Suppose Annie's addvosuIs board or the kitchen living; by himself sage: aloe n jnnr'PT 01. n pound 'of tore then pruned to about.. 20 room, where )It Is first spread on acement '
1"Wit With, much satisfaction thatI butler. divided) In Jour parts and each I' and
Was floor women
carefully pick
&discovered, and grandfather visits In' n cottage: rolled inches, so as to promote the growth of. : l
part four
perceived 'we had nearly-arrived at her and learns\ all her circumstances, "It will .be as lonely for him as' It 1 Pour in water new branches and tender shoots- and out any foreign matter such oa llttlMl &
f .Cambridge where .:was to change piioiizli;; to nuike r. rich soup and let It < kn and pieces of stone, which
depend upon It his gratification will has been for mu the w*t'l.lull iiiyboy boll. | thus produce, a larger number of neyvloaves. somehow -
,10\\1.\ all
the flesh has I left I I1
+ trains. It had transpired In some end there; having been heartless in oudou find U..lrlay Into the mass of :
was agreed uiy O (j.UIIIUI'L't1 Hil, l The methods of l.nmluA'ary ti
>ono( ': It well. Thicken]
iJ remarks' to her maid that: my troublesome enoughto voluntarily abandon her father, and thin reverted to I v.-i;, ]boilo.l n:' roaKtcI chestnuts, greatly; and in some cases the plantsare tea. It Is then put Into a long slcvtyIn
fellow-paBSt'ugpr wan also going father she would hardly be to ", hl"h are wire meshes of different
I the ease of 1113uiifortuiiiite Aunt Annie. piclnl! and tit-..iui'd..t II last: of Madeira pruned. before they are-taken from !i
,. to Bury St. Edmund's; but I resolved toe give up whoever she Is' with and returnto 1 lifcti'ii.'d, to his opinions nod coujcctprcH or Blierry." ur the jnlf'p of lemon the nursery. The bush is so 1rllllf"dand sixes The tea which" drops through! i
avoid her companionship for the second Holdeiihtirst to n or I the different meshes Is called. "unhroli-
or some employment with but feebly i ien
interest; luauii'S or.intriwill/ be fouixl I trained Hint instead of growingtall (
an >: "" 1'11I1'111.
part of my journey by taking a In Ix>.ndon. That you may pretence of so\ InlerYxt 'us tlecency : In takliiK: u > the, benrefi 1111 "l It Ix kept whorl and broad! In order tea" which Is the finest 1:1'81as\ it i
; to
seat In a smoking compartment; and gather from her protest that she Is lenjircd while I tlchatcd wth lave the hit-t "f lonp: anil inriit In theI to furnish a greater plucking. ; sur- Is made up of the tip of the bud and

:with my 'precious volume safely kindly treated. I do not think so- well myself how I might; heist. ;jfu down Into: I otlom of (lie fI i>!t. face When the young bushes have ,, the delicate" I part> of the leaf. The t.... v

stowed In my bag on tbe handle of of her as you and grandfather! do." the (-rypi vinoosei'vcd by injrather or" -- developed succulent shoots upon which : which does not find Its way through: tho

which I kept my baud I sat looking "Why, Ernest: my boy, you begin the Kfr\aut there are four or flVe Il'a1'1Ihl'Y are meshes traverses the entire length of 1

E out of the window ready to alight the to reason like your uncle and are Very i-arely was anjbotiy\ out <>; bed I II Bald to have produced their "flrst the slue and falls Into large! baskets of

moment we ebtered the station. rather uncharitable; but 1 fear you at llolili-niiuiM Hull "at HO laie; : an -that Is. they have sprouted hu"h"I I from which It Is taken and )placed In )

Tbe old lady must have divined my are right." hour us eb-teii lu the evening. ; and! 1 I ly to pluck. During. the rains .. a machine to he broken up fliie and 4,

attention to- ff irhom her at: the earliest "I am not In the least uncharitable.: :' ih<-ivforeiiletrjiuui'i.l.. : !. It 1 could oulysirew I 11 11i sire lIshe.." occur at Intervals with I again; sifted and automatically] sorted
w possible moment for though she I retorted "Oil the 'I I Into various grades. The names given(! v
warmly .
+ contrary my couvnge; up) 10 tinuetefMtry I 16 to 20 da8.'ar'I:!!: according to i
drOol cease to talk:, she now assumed I regret what has happened an much pitch to make a secret \'i..it0 the i 1 the soil cultivation and climate. The to the different qualities are na follows

\' a somewhat quieter manner, confining ; perhaps as you do; but my sympathy crypt ut niitlulatht.Vlih; this purpose' top part ol the shoot is the only. portion The unbroken teas are divided,
'v9 her remarks'to what: she was pleased Is more with grandfather than with In view I withdrew to my room us To clean" sponges; wash them in that Is plucked.: It Includes the Into Flowery! Orange Pekoe, Orange 0

a' to consider my, wonderful resemblance Annie. Although I see but little use soon -in jiosylble, and having; unpacked diluted tartaric: add. rinsing them IIC.i bud and the first two or three leaves: I'ekrte. pekoe, and Pekoe Souhong.ThelmiUen .
to dear boy In heaven and tr\: :n'.1 in water; It-will iiinke them teas include Broken
i ber Inviting in the inquiry be has asked you to my bag wrote 10 Miss .Mnrsli ; but I i according as fine medium or coarse tea Orange
9 'me to vlalt per at my earliest convenience wake, I was lu the act of Blurtingfor was ho unsettled aud, nerved that 1 fi-.v Kot! r.nd white.Hefiiro Is wanted for tea can only be made Pekoe, Ilrokcn Pekoe Souchong! Broken ,,11 I

that she ;might have the Richmond to Investigate tbe clue made tbrcu rough/ ira'm ut 11 short I : (buying' ; tinned, fruIM and from the young and tender leaves, and Pekoe, FannlngB I and Dust The '

pleasure of gazing on my features he gave when the He,'.- Evan Price letter he/ore'. 1 could e..pi-f; >/ijKelf I meats t-e, If the top Is tint r>r depressed. the younger and tenderer lie leaf the I division Into these classes Is not tea 1-

to which end she presented me with brought me your message, and I at l( my siitisi'ac-iion., 'J"I; \ ,uihk. nceuinplifched I I It tjic' top has bulged ont better the quality I.Irhe tea : form among the different tea gardens: ,

;t her card- once come here Instead. Don't think! 1 wiut into tlii ;,imuu." and then air has entered the tin and! feruientati'in lurking is performed uy turning the find: as the names given to the various- e( y

'.' '.. . . . . .. .. I'm Indifferent to what concerns you iheiice uuiidrrcd. tit tl.t- .llIlh'" to fetcha I set in. thumb downward and nipping, off liio : grades; an rnQre or less optional, lime }h4

i t MRS. ANDREW DUTTERWEIJU : so much. lantern. \\liieh Iniii? l.i-h.ud I one of I Vinegar; should not be kept In a shoot between" the thumb nail and the confusion arises when attempts at comparison ,

\ : Kliagsthorpe", Orange, : "Jly dear boy, why n&iire! me of what the dUUI'1ihl" '-:a 'IIIJI'IUII"! hirucliire stone: Jar, as the acid iniiy affect the forefinger. It Is done almost entirelyby I are made. Just b"rIt/ is 'Sal

J Chevlngton. : I know so well". asked this best of or glass and incuil encu-mij;; an nil| glazing; nnd the Illegal; lie rendered women and children, as it i Iii comparatively packed Intoth-ad-llned] chests containing !)- "'

? f Bury St. Edmund's. : I fathers. "Your prompt return Is sufficient lamp, the \\ hole dvj eiutinx; 'HIli' huge ii-inbol-soine." Class !r.I'1I arc t tlie:. best easy work and docs not require : 100( pounds. It I Is rcflred n ihort "

.1: .. . .. 4. .. . . . . . . . . . . I, proof of that." As this parental ring! ; such a luiittii n!" nn n>.II.jlol.ll'OoC I vinegar: ; receptacles.I'lcohen any physical I ilrenRth.; Each time to remove any traces of mul.iturergathered :: e

I took the card and, having glanced commendation was uttered we passed l-oinluu carried' In ili: > 11.1: :- of theOeorg. ; Hit. house! by. putting( ; n few plucker carries a large open-mouth I whllo being worked.!

s I at its put It Id my; pocket at the same through my father's gates, and the ...". Ilnviliscu; :-( il' yiseif that drops'" of ot; of lavender In nn onia- bamboo basket! about two feet In diameter -

1 time most carefully avoid 1 next minute alighted nt the porch of It was provided with c-ll: and a I vlei.I :. mental bowl I. then half nil It with and three feet'In length taper- Whisper Court. (

, y w Chevlngton and Its neighborhood. I Holdenburst Hall, where, old John} eouveyed It to my room. and ihcu1etr.riTeti very hot water. This will give n delightful log toward. a rounded bottom. The At Uochford Essex. England( !, tho' i
__ f. Tb. abort journey fromCambrldIPe: 'stood at the door to receive leaf Is thrown Into this basket and whisper court Is
_ open us. to DIy father" \ylio at cute freshness to the ntmoxphpre. pro"tet.ted a strange observance a
: to Bury passed' without Incident. I I had been absent from my birthplace resumed ihe oIsciiHhioii; of which I' To clojin! notary.covered' furniturefirst by a covering from the rays of held annually under the uuporlntcndehc .

M i f4 '.tried bard to dispassionately consider only one wee.., but the changes was fo leol'IHy'l'III', )'. As with oust brush> ibnrougbluthen; ; ,add n the Iun. which would otherwise causeIt of the steward! of tire manor, Q'I;1;

__ the facts which' my ancestors Record which had been made In that brief mattors wiiicli are innch tlix. iud. uo tili'.cKMKifnl: of aniinonlii to a quart to turn red. late In the afternoontho 1 The business of the court Ic carried, ,I

? + ,bad 'so opportunely' revealed-to digest period astonished me. The entire Hall ded>>lou Was'd ; aid, uneu at of water. Wrlns; out a cloth of title leaf Is brought to the' factory, out at midnight In the open air the "

them and to weigh the chances was encompassed with tin Intricate ten( o'clock we bciiiirateil/ d..- iljmjjht.: and sponge( ; Iho'-oiixhljC rinsing andtin where it Is carefully weighed and ex- absence of a tenant IF punishable by a "

r i for and against the treasure having network of scaffolding, and our beautiful I retired to Ill)" raw: in :; rlihie! condition hn'uhtr lath UK It guts dirty, amined by the manager, aail his assistants I flue of doubloliis rent for each hour befalls

, ,been lone ago found and appropriated; lawn, disfigured by planks ladders, < of unrest n prey to diviindcdimotiony. ; clan;:trig the wnter when necessary.' ( and the several amounts entered I to be in ajtentlanro. No artificial ";
but mental balance was too greatly and piles of slate' nnd white hewn This In a book against each pluckcr's light ( xcepl a tlreurand 'Is
my freshens I ,
Hopand I'L-a.-, "v. ii I ;,;l.u4; and\ bii;;;litens, it ,,'ondl"" permlttejand
el ",' disturbed, for the task and besides, stone laid about In confusion. Many for iliu masiery.Tu fully. name. To earn a fnll day's pay a certain ',, the proceedings aro recorded: "by

+; thoughts of, the living treasure which of the upper windows had 1 been taken .be eontiuiicd. II fA I Plenty of snap nnd coldvnter number of pounds\ of leaf must mecns or one of tho embers of the-

I might fearle slr; Balm were I butt out, the vncant spaces presenting a f>\\.1\ n(',' (thl' [ s"civtx" fir nnd no bo brought In. This ammmt Is determined brand. Tho roll of fourteen ten Dtll-

possessed( of ,those .ong Immured \cnntiau !- grits, Inhospitable aspect Thoughts of 1'. "- ottei. t'i..It. I / bivird I !bore. and K'.ICCl-ws the ]nwnsblne 1 beforehand by the manager! and Is then called over and answered to Ina
r '' sequins obtruded themselves andy the enhanced grandeur of the place It was probably known to neatly must bo scrubbed the of the variesis.. It depends upon the condition whisper. Very many years ago the- p

preveated; m. resolving: upon any den'nlt a few mouths hence failed to dispel every liouiuu how the Mortar Brain aril not round and way of the flush. Extra pay Is given lord of the manor, after an absence-

: plan of at.tlou"At\ t.....'after what the chilling depression that came over wUlb cemented the stones of tbelr want to get the. dirt off. round Change if you the for whatever quantity la brought. ,In from tho estate, was returning home- r

'{: seemed interminable period, the ne as noticed! these changes, and I buildings' was made-Just as It !is water often. You can't expect' boards, above the required amount of the day by night. On the way he accidentally-

f4 train r teamed Into Bury stdtlon, and. entered my old home with sadder and known to the majority of people that to be a Rood color If they arc rinsed lu and In tbJH way many good workers heard some of his discontented tenv

a' + pale.'i iM rous and. ''agitated carrying stranger feelings than I had ever before the principal Ingredient{ of English Jlrfy water earn dbutJle pay during the height of antry plotting his as&asslnatlon.. Thus ; ;

t jny bajf (which ;I ;'would Dot trust to experienced.My I mortar is street scrrplngs. but 11 For the season. The rate of pay for the warned he returned home by an unexpected -

'a. p rte"),- l' ran ..down tbe steps Into discomfort was Increased when knowledge being general nobody wrote nniiK np hanging by the clothes thickest to dry, first\ extra work Is always relatively! higher route Then he ordered that. r ,

t ; ' the, &urtY !*: ')!7' '& a'al watt- ." :.#*W the Interior. All the pictures It down and lu time, as the Uomans or neckband etc.: because part If waist than the regular wages In order to offer each year his tenants should assem

''Ia 101 tiy&St&i'is ; ' lull tJirmor had been removed fronlhe shifted their building upou slaves and I the thinnest part the water hung by an Inducement for hard work. ble at the same time to do him homage
% ? bsen J."tt.Ia / . poll and staircase, and while part' Foreigners the recipe of their mortar Into the thick would run: The leaf Is taken to the Witheringroom around a post which be erected on-
t trrarl..r.... ''Or.ttJa oak walls remained dark ned''' part, lodge there, and 'after it has been weighed and the where
1' apaeco p> hi1 \\LI was lost. So far it has not been discovered take longer to dry. Second spot the plotters.met f
>Mir fher jcreetd"jne\wlth'eordial- bT centuries pan had been icraped though the secret of It would everything side hang up evenly spread upon wide trays. The --- ..i-i- 'r

JL. , ltt less- time.than If.takfVJo: ianJ( dished' and looked like tbe library >e Immensely valuable, for tbe cement accidental soil wrong will not so that any men who spread the leans work; with There are, no Important manufac v .t:

't.U'I: 't s"sealed at hisaids' and .wejedlnjr" tj of a Kensington: mansion built optlasts'the rtiy stones .which iiloin. Iftaage as if !u -so much remarkable dexterity making a pound tories In South America because coat '
on "
appeared of the leaf
'' right about
,.i.g': towardsUoldcnbnrst. day In nearly all the room .. ... /- __ I ilde. / green cover one I and Iron are nowhere fer b* found In
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.,. ABSENCE.SVT itool.. driving-his pen at a prodigious The' Cost of Wai*' a s an, TRICES). ,Of. .A HINDbOin ,JUCCUIt. _, .
her I pace -while his 1n1nd.-touee hi. own -- ,
> n you were Jn *velbleillc- A Trav.l.r'I -1
l' 'b're.1I musio the Vho'.o: diy jon;, expression-kept pecowLh It Itt anotheta ". \.Ill.' Sfarv.i 1.T1T.nS4' ,
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It 'eemed the houx wss full of eoag) direction. Influence,"For Peace I t.a..i.- .,
Aaz4ii1ao&donIy anile and blesejf -*. he told himself t 'jnn )"dl.J made the ,
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\YJlln row wore beret j to.. And! of> Bleasl 'f ? -. : aneo lt.who tried
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'tVlM* yo were god I''there* mime 4iat.n.m ..* l ber.pooP,. tired, eyes 'ft 1 a'chtas backt! ., -. .i4.It iulr o t1tt 'WL1gc3 of me, els trfeka.. He, said ta, I i.-:
A enne. tbe w.orld had dono me What If shale trifle high strung ". (' was Imaginary tbe part of .pet
wrong; Mctft tI
Mejn to tho DaU
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The IIi i:>"" swallowed up th-09g;> That's the thorou/h-br041u.het;. Vca.yes" . tatorm aa he Imply willed
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', ". \ you William Wore Ion.IJnmlon.! lie chueUlrxl audIbly l and co j tired Conflict ... War a Yet Dearer I.uxury : "men. with Western natloma,. was ,lee
: pictures ofja cottage In the nlJllrbtt"Jau.1blQ..1IOl a,n a"J an/lmateilallisd,;
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'y 'ui'4 of alcohol
happiness".and' ., .. con.umptol
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p .h9U14.IWl')1'., 'prunes' ,aboliid 'be ---- retain 0 scpt any ep spit .
". ..-,... tU Q 1: j 7.:1'.t.: ByJAM'[ s. CREELMAN. Sinai training.- >. A'man at Cnrritnck. N. C..traded bis r'
: The P lie was *ith'dor waiting on the "Th. most excUn', performance that' wife 1 and two children, to- ldsbrqthertot KVv

oposal'ofi131 following day whan tbe typewriter-Klrl ..*ft. GLADSTONE one*.:In a to-day France claim.t&-e: ablo' to be gave for, .anyuement was ,the.converting two fishing,nets. ,e1 -
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.' :R.It ( ) ap. 'orea. ,;: I i t j{ Ij budget speech,- cited ,bro mobilize wlthla forty 01 eight /hours I of a bamboo stick into a na. ., .

tow .Itn:11: Uo:lnf" be nsked lean. M 0 Mr.-Morley a. a text to the about 2OOO,00(> me.a' and 004,000 horse tire le"snt'b"aUe'.t'table and Owing to the clearness bf the air .conversation .'

.nig forward strike a lump ot. mud i't K chapter'pit..*!*,.biography and mules. Germany can put 2,550- .s .. .Aft4rwar4* In the, Arctic regions can ,, ,_ -

.. *. k' -jc;. ,f/pia the pavement"with his <*,e..; woe dealing wltnthe.Criineaa '000 men In tile field. Austria 1.200.000 r' l.'leol tried If,'. .1trf", carried by pesn.. ,t\O tnUes b :t
"As tho fairy tales begin. said she; whr-made the fo11owing1ccpres.tristateiteut and Ita1IOO.0OO8chigtrfeihi"Aui. *ame8b.'llr..b. -' apr

U1 DAVID II T.u UDCiIL "onco upon a time, 1C you flle ae. I ain : .. f -, trJat eooIIW. '1If'H''#. at ;pFtxuctiiit.s4tdhie&44; tiiittpi UK The largest gold 'stugget ever found" 4

ravenously f1ulI rT'ror a fairy hIe."' 1 "The expanses of ncsjyr r -tU -moral a war InvoJvinif tbe European Conti-- the iLa't1.1. the teranda wljh ..terftm. In Australia-weighed: 23 palld. and -

a "Once upon n time-then. In a for check VILkle4lecf the Almighty nental''Frl1nce $2- 'Wel Iathe.eomp4id., i fbUbe four ounces, and was caled U KIG. : ':
eign' land. -which means New Jersey to impose upon the ambition 100,000 1"* cia!: ,. Itusllft t 4po,200; a prceede do. WheMi
T began with 'n. discussion there.dwplt a uirfn." nnd lust of conquest that are inherent day']eflnal'it 83ooo.O j D 1e.1 I e 'I ,__,, J .

. 4 between Burk, 'Sand 'tie', 1.Only one' Inquired the'typewriter. In BO many nation There Is pomp'and AtUitrlliAceodWg 4U.0UJh0G'iIny.' ad 11 )14 G ...Thj'hjleof. an Ientlsuljiwore' her! -

.. fZJllr. typewriter !Irl. The typewriter girl mischievously.] circumstance there Is glory and excltemeiit Jfo &n-.Xtocbe a I' )QW. I ,- h.lrUt by 'a jeweled band .tiro' or

I I girl was subject to "He thought scxr-tlrought no far along about ,war which notwlthstand- t\1fee. tae-SjEut-opeau* p otr1s t8Jai fi:: :- tbr .. back of b<$ bead and tieD ';e '
l 1 headache, nnd when the : time and I then be got 4IT.. It. I ling the miseries it entails, Invest it would coseif, tLi> vnf st tw tHLi.; '% I e braided Into" an enormous ball two : :
malady-came upon TUere also in laud charms Uk the oi.Olio community Including tbe; Initial low would be. Flm tnc '
tier she dwelt thbf a. ffirl-a pvlth yes outlay, the' Immense thirds, the alee of her bed." '

,idiot of-! 'opIioi I like a Qatllnc gun. poor girl. whose parents were dN\ I. and tends to blinds men to those sum of, SIW.OOO.OOO, andIf 3.-. that I could lot stop: bl. - :.- S.

Most, otstljt oiiployes la' tUetCijclyPftfdyi SbpMva dependent' fipon herself., and evils to a fearfnV and dangerous de. 000,000 soldiers 'should toke tbe Held movements..he t .ae In Mnchlas, ; of a bouse -

\. otttnril pew tlisr!( end ignoretilicr she. tackled courageously."' gree. The necessity ot, meeting front the dally cost Wuld amount ,though I ,did not nl.t I drWI" caught Are 1.tb'lf 9 burning ,- _ _

c 11 until .Iw relt better but Burtc. "Tlie monster It Is really a' fulry year to' year the expenditure* which It 000,000 a day. 11t1 ajrord and lay hi.' him I.taBdo chimney, and the unique method of flr. _ _

who) wo_ different from the others. tale.. Isn't It?" entails is a salutary and wholesome With these estimates In sigh m plash at him and apparently outtman ;' lag snowballs to put It'out was 7 -

I I up bravely and drew her ..Ore."Novr. 'Y eR. It is a fairy tale, as such things check making them feel what they are though they are mere approximation*, ), tw.ll. when lot there,were two iieis "* -.Ji1. ' .uc ;

.ee-herep Miss Unmmars.T gain these days.' The monster was necessity about and.making them measure the It Is not hard to understand. why the brlngingjn the_ water neither of wioio) ul.1 u.e. -: I

alil. he. speaking with the slight you I1l1dl'r8tand.Ve must provide cost ot the benefit upon which they statesmen of Europe/jn|'% &$ #4iidI restrain, from doing so.RI 78vasicompletely In 'Ln4O streets,'' "'soon 'ai'' rile _

t>rojrue common to Irlslimen threo (jen- ourselves with .food ralrornt and may calculate.' I their wits and tbelr ,erJet trlfl out of my,depth.I . roadway '.1pppry. street ,' ,

orations removed from (lie old sod warmth by somo, menus, nnd It in n The conflict between Russia and Jo0- fine tho present warto-Ardn.' d Ward a quiet laugh.beblnd oj*, department men scatter 2e. bard gra.1Tel. ,

"you must not" oxclto yourself over all ticklish proposition for the easiest an must soon demonstrate the sound. It It takes the wages of 17.007,000 and 0: turning, found It was Jnyjln- ., from'Iron bins placed frequent -

1IIPHP little)] qi'ustlon* of moral Imv; method are those upon which honor ue sof :Mr. Gladstone's vlewof the.lii. men to pay tup dally cost of tbe war stc0-b"'belc bls"rlgltt bind Intervals at intersection' of.. the _ _'

'tli.>>*i>t atfSnJl a<>oessnry'r. tnnt yoil .]16 It. nnd self-respect frown. The girl took creasing cost of war. as. aa influence fur between Japnn and Iluasla-a 'If'B' ed"lbe jllckresuming bUJ t1orougbfare.. ,. .J _ _

and drinsifon your 'nerves:' AVlifttd up typewriting.; Silo worked hard peace. V confined ,'Uhlna radius of-lCOO miles Its place,on tjif\eranda.-nnd. '. \ ._ r- c -* ot .
c1.l doesi' it 'make whether this abstract -I orupfly, hard-and got barely ononplito ; There can be no doubt in tho minds -wbat'WbtJllil l a"ekol IIIf tl)hhStjnean Wo ctimu.a, ti re wi* ntt the aUsht"v :Tuere'-have--- -- Jnst"beeS"pr. ? enle'
'|'ue Uon or HInt abstractor one prevent boily. r.nd soul from imrtliiKcompany. of those faiuillnr with the subject that to tho overtaxed !topiL4tiez< b? Eu. v fcfcn of Any wsjkr fitovlng 'Ue rAirobgtt tJt e Royal Ulster Yacbt' Club, 'of Bel-' :

Is licid In a different light lIy some( She necjnlred the heu1ftclipbnftlt tliQ comparatively small expense 1\t- rope? < In. JJ excHftlEt/fypealef; to -rtst: : b.ohlN. Ilussell; an old metn,3 ,

111'11,11', tbnn you bold It yourself Not Tlu're, were I times V. !;rn xlie tending. the wnr of IS H. in which Jiip- I' ,) .d' 111m r an oia rh.,, U- ssI4Lehad..en %/'WO'OI once formed part of '. '

n bit. I think. And yet you BU' nttlinn was bl|>s'of' '-

) ns It they wern iMcklcs., ami yon feet. Soot r I i acs: fli": Kerionsly (">iitm) her footing In the family-cf statIons, dilTcrent methods for takIng! wlllsd( that be should Uc Invisible t the Spanish' Ano4a. wrecked '<< the' _ _

: tirrre starving! 'TIs 0'' profitless blll1l.n" plnted I iilcidP., nail Ihcn larshrel nt I her, hail much to do with the llghtrbcartcd the wild turkey are pursued, the most we, and tbl I sbonltMrnaglne myself coast of Clrre, . a spot '.tl called :8

.. eif. 'For, 41nl. she. 'wouldn't. I 1.. n enthusiasm III Japan: for n wurfacalnstItu.ssi.t popular being tug "calling" method. to neb a ni do wliltJ thought bad tftkenplso / Spanish( Point1A -
Is Went( to do that wlten metlirilof .. <(prqre] ( It he a*tcahib ,
tPuit simply; y'nr opinion Mr. sonsr my which preceded the tiJKUt attack The :.' ".., llkejjils lajluofDl-othf '
T5urk." ,saUl: tlio typewriter Klrl. 'a iul- liv.iis t IH aeconipllKliittw' the siineI oa Port Arthur. The fcnllltary'Kiory ,: Is uninfirertite. 1oTer, wn1itH"qSalIty Jfc> 5t4V3l4Otlo 4lpound. aud Iiilnn I'JlOh". ?' TlrMT one, d.iy the mnn "II W my attention There Is still somethingfor'tli'e lins-
your n; ----or Hint nt nny man- Is I won by the Japanese iu that since even before the white mall rectf lr caTrl.
not I'.i HI In tbe her andvnn I Hindi I Impressed by I tlio \\lilU, knew "' not there ( and father to. do"aboard' the fam'
.hlgliest of cstcstu ll.rinc. short and on .si le 1 war. Hot. to speakof t11'st como to Uun| Mint Ju Alrgjui, 4 Al, Rlt _ '
1. ." .ennty of h-r: Oiec" flu.! form, nml Ruld the cnormo\i money Indemnity and and the Carol;na1Sas I* iihrf blindly entered ajOtAlfetA* Ifco !]fclephints ship Mr: Gnd.lnlberwho'. ng* 1 '
lie In liiniKt'lf, snld. he. 'Sh.must 1 ho !9ueil from a lire Judge -, '
"I rm pitned l to hcir nh.tRmeli } ,
: you'cay IL" return t lie ((81 Iou of the rich Island of Formosa Into a vastly 'more serious] trouble ti1' coa.tu\ dllllof1 ,
il I Murk "(or It Indicate* tlint you 1'11111'"tl no wooijer" bnil the I thotislit, were stupendous rewards for than the matter of squabbles with his otis Itream, yet I could nt .to bis ", t

hold' nn IIlIhl'olthy'Ipw of life nnd"tin itered hiM heat! tlinn tlie girl Ioo1.edip such a trilling outlay of money aud jealous! iMiif. lonx some of them. Tliey.apparently >nsle dyer "Yes. sir," Mr. Glld.lngberry sdldV ,
t !;:.l"lt> to t tall Jpie 4 ;U ligUl dM,notVtftt. li anInraIsid proudly to owel In, towiC;."I ,. _ _'

1 I cm! iifriiid yon hn\'f' bern rendliiRoinellilnK foregone cicichiHlmi: from I that I iiiHtnut., For ten years therefore JRpllnCl'lepollc' him to bin dopiu by imitating the seucllva,4cliv 1I14 hand! an'dThe cavern andniilir.nln ; guess I've got one ot the InteUectusl- '
r ."'n.h. I they were married?" Inqul red I disjipueare&" Jobaiinesurg st families In these parts-always' ., ,
yon Hhnuldii't. )ihli K IIillimnrK / )' bus liceu more or less blind to 01) ; of too UCH turkey 'l'lu> ( '_ _
. -poetry or 1I0lnl'lIltIIkp that. .lu typewriter RLrl- the tlnnuclal devastation Involved Inmodern ambmtheit '&\- (! #Af prnctiiAi' In I TaIyoIJ.rn, )"U' taking up with -something .that calls _________________
"Yen ,.t hc- married! anil I tlie'r for the exerclre of the mental .
All jioi'tg oltlier WITH' I iAJ
; arc cra& "r inelanolioly. war on a large scale, With producing Ills mendacious call readily p..r
iml you ahmildn't do It. Tlierewn ntln\a.v t\'a ftrpwn with roses for less than 50.OOO men shedrove the decoyed the love-mad ;ollbel'ltJun: pees iji wnne Pets. ,? to tho utIO.t. - '?
wlioVip. two ycnr Tlien reverses 'alP. nmlhpy ( ? thIIi ecenf\yi\ eb>lenel' boott onald.tme "Is politely- ,
11 one onre JanAlnlM clmi;?dblirniiMl Chinese from Korea Invaded Man easy range of his deadly arrow The st. mOnure"Ue'
walked, on thorns. Tlie costumes, Alice Morse Etrl newcomer. S /
nhmit man o t. ,
waiting f tr the churia. captured Port Arthur and WelHaMVel white man I earned of the Indian. .
il.Krlp.. lie wasn't such nn important: from the" diary of a littlelr? Yes. Now there's.. mother. She's
r'1. Hid Ifrnr of you ever that onoVHe r.m.islied tile Chinese uavy Shrewd as lie,!*. tlie .tnrtey has not _
, reeled hack to lil factor us be. liad coimlilered hlnll 'lt. 'v1o 4dAaccmuit ,upstairs this morning with, a' set.', '
unrret room. and compelled the oldest aDORt, frilly! learned Pat fnr .!tly Month )\,1-7
! thin I tbe Interview with tbe Inrnllonrd The firm 111"'" bevn working for turned populous empire In the world to 'Sue lurks behlfidJ the
- vraV vor. and tore tile hair in fine him ilown. lie tried to get tn nt *"mootlier for I'ac&-nll within seven months Aaa lady-love. Ills desire Is tempered by, (1Li4vas fixed on YeortJ ''It make,wives 'em and writes, a" good serial _ S.,'

r deflfinlr. nod threw hlmnrlf Into a chnlr. place but no one wanted him. business laln'stment-trolll a; Pagan distrust however an& ,0epU.. Jttls my head itch burn')ilco story 'to go along ."lth, '.Ol.. she.gets, '_ .
IP In ami, torn J anything two dollars. And in/ tlxcie '
got xloppy spirits daughter
'\', and drislied off one nolltary line. IleMli.ivr' : point of vlaw-the war with Chlna,was bluster and hurry to, eacli..,tlrfj$i r with! nentlments but that Js not"Bade a cow toll.; Is covering tbe dlnln'-room floor with' .
!flRlip l off wholy _
< < moreS for It won In him a payicg business, investment for of 4be lovelorn lien, he Is tvary and
lid I him he but Is a of that sheets o' that she's been -'!.
no good. Filially brake an4 paper fig
to dn It, If he'd had !
ii enoujjli Ink: hut' Japan. cautiously dalUa In his coming, to bor.1111
down."No.. Iver .' & uring"on, \l''lnto findout'bow'oldAnn ; _
that art .
" was t'nou b. Men are deceiv-: ''But tbe present wo'l' In Asia la a assure himself that"*U 1. 'wen." Hrf '
,' M he dlj not die-I i.end.' HP wont I yellow bue that I suppose waiak.isouef Is. \ '
'Orll"r what the line 11.llId ho
WII different Ilussla must send ,her will detect the faintest error Itf themost' P'
t. nto chronic Invnlldlsm. and his wIt. ? "Henry, be's trying to. cut down the _
meant the landlord IUltno one e:>(> nt reinforcements ,tbau fJOOO miles cnrofuTlj'rnoJulated call. or will -h-b-J- _ _
.' uistled for 1 1. She her more wig. But D. time-record plgs-ln-clover _
all. I think I heard 1'1'11 picked ip ) ( 'en pus- -
yon line thi expression see the slightest ,.
: typewriting again and made a fair by rail. Japan must carry all her o\pmlI1r Then head) all carded together"an( t1ild, ale. And Jim-that's Jim over by thefencebe's
yourself a bit nndo .. fleeting
I. ago. the Hundred of swift and still af shadow l
troop. across seas. 1 "
thing nt It. She arose in the tnojnlnnllli ; I-p. I studying a new way te ,
thought It applied to men In their thousands of men must b. put In, tbe he will; .tl'art-"wD) to tile( deepest I Icon I I
, the and Pantalets lnti ufe work the fifteen worked'
relation Mrds. prepared tlio breik- came rxo > ShoUt puzzlelies.
with men instead of landlords '. :orettofremjin.tji| htllnc tlll
didn't feat nnd lactic the home ready for the field on each side All Ibis aside froii % .I20. They were loose, xlnjplug ftfllsjon DO It for tbree years now,- andthinksbe's .. /
" ; now, you? and' his J;fears enbaldo before bis rising
The day; site fixed her own luncl 1J anil. n the cot of maintaining operating.warships. thai joinder .the.'knet) Aud 'tliaflglag pretty near got It.", ,
typewriter :-Ignored the 111 e ar40r'-FI it1Stiun, '
-tlon. "Mr. Burk." said .l ltp with llR- lunch for the man; then she went to .J. ... r V 't over the "footy Tbe strlngafenerillyf: "But you Inquired the liew'cl Ule ,. _ _
her shaving /?'" It Mtlraated. tb.t'epall'. araltabl ].- ",I. broke or sllpped.xlowji one leain. what problem are'you devoted to?" t '
,:, lilt,. "I ot wish you would do me the "At night she came )borne again, nnd army at the present time aggregate DletID; Gati..i'tit"I !I &fcf: a' young 'mother's rrldls wfth those 'Wiio-rne?, My problem) repeated ,"jJ
: ;, favor remaining out of the office at "
about '00.000dler...' The cost could easily subsist on 92J .
: 1)oefl until tbe other*bookkeepers, re- cot.tbe. .uptl'r. aUc1 jollied the roan up "' : 'Illorl tbiHtn In a letter quoted by Jfrs. 3m. Glldlogberry MOb./1 work out the '.
month tb by'
tat made
tarn; I am compelled 'to' eat lunch with funny Ilttlbstories, that alto hnd -:of landing this force on tbe Korean orMauchu'hau taobbbe yrts Del1t Whu-u Bays:, 'My finest. ; dl *jt7, problem of keeping tbe family tot, ,\
' my coast at the rareotsai.. Henry North'Vonddu. Lao UcefTs quite ? ., .', ,
, ?
lere rmfl '' picked up in the office; and "through* it ." reJ\Swt getber. : : > :..
you'annoy me. $10 per exclusive of horses :'ar Jeweler who has been experimenting' ,_ .
ill! less totie fv ,
: -nnd tlmt'a tln wonderful part oft off on4!'leg. -
. .
; Ilurk laughed. "I wouldn't annoy for several poontlis, suggestion J:1't: : 'I'oI..1oe..a_ ....d.Card. .
' -slic Waxed fat. and her spirits were tiller, 'anJ supplies, would be $ ", ap thj,. saw tbafmean! wtorlnf | \ r.Tb.
;I' you for the world." he sold, Keating o--ttie't trofSssor1i4( ps1cat.cu1turo. iu r 8prlnl It \
000. Mr of only qualifications for. ,' 4
?: nn the spirits of tbe running lirn' >r>Us.f Koche formerly-mlujster ; last week for help cfyatthe necessary
ii blrneet&fld! patting! his thumbs Jno ho did this for years. And one day commerce of France, believes that OhitatenIaity.( Labb., on won't stay I ft- she baa .0 i w sb>.' this set Is .to .be on the telephone. No
::1. Ihc-armbolM of his vent; 'bnt I!feel 1 12J couat vf klsVAccMpafioi I fs able '
Iho man railed bl'r0 him. and said he: the cost of maintaining the Japanese < PC-I auos'ethanseven A week for business can be, transacted, or ''DTIt&tlan. -
That HI* my duty to set you ,right on Darling,' said he* 'I want you to tell forces will not be greater than 91.26 carry his diet to extremes and MyrtlUa." par.5 I $jssued through ,the post, : Every ,

- some mattrra. Men nrrn't any more me something.. Wby did you marry day for each man including clothing] fall went foiweek with.,uo food alsiLt -' $ nng th&ilvenUItj lI b& lth1 member of the set has his or ber bomber _

h;\ <1eceltfpl thnn women, only their deceit me?' Confess ths- truth. DOW.' said be. equipment food transportation and ( | ;tat'pf, 'aenitime'( be'c /isumeS,4nlUrf ilrfjtslfor Hxlt U r 1 Oil printed red figures on bis or her ;,
. 1a Doraetlmes of a different Sort lower. munitions. u.A ; .1k>n. ne gaiienftQt milk erted t'l 01 and be to tile 4
r, ; 'Do you really want the train?* safd He estimates the cost, of t'd-One at : -A! visiting card woe mea (
more (Iflby. Now tbe poet of to the at raw oats s'acli as era fed to horses wretch who endeavors to gain admission -
r war Japan including
nhe, putting her arm nbont bin neck. navy new method bf stuccowlng tbo hair In':
J.! vhon' -J -V' 'I dor said bCw' ''mien.' said .lie>. and about 91.000.000 a day. It this be t and corn. In order to aid digestion he the'most fashionable t'steoto, last w to the circle by using a-'lIelPbor'J'telepboDe. '- -
PleI;e do nil Utl..r more faiarlioftilsAbout Blip brimhed back fair valuation of Japiiu's tightIngeponies - puts Ms rlcttinls tbt"oug1 a coffee little whole to When'.m... thetalk '' -'
t':: gently : {the hair from very repair dujiaa the Messipn _
that Trent man;.aald the typcfrrUerirlrl grinder ant! sometimes soajcs them Inwater. ts-all of telephoDe.,,..4 bow cte- _
him white torl'Ill'nd11| 11 her other It will take the entire earnings .fj parhiament..eo only )
r |
;; "he" Is .'UI.D4'ot mine of more than 8.0OO.OOO Japanese II* drtuliS) jpljii) fliq; syntcrM ful they'might ,be.and, tbow.itlresomethey
innd. Til confess; I married yon .for no. 1 t ..llens N. h3.-IZ.Jflkeii bnr. -
I' t .tntTlt* la 4I'nt1. lVV-t 7& other reason limn that I wanted a". :.ftollers to support the waf, at the aTe) cares for In the Biimmer time be hour to build the ihsitj and two are It. Is .considered \Wn'f-y'one or two more onto fruit .nnd takes salt but f& ,
I home nr \ name one to lnIpwItt; me.*, : age wage rute of twelve cents a dny no It." -' C form ,I .may mention.jto attempt to
', iZ.ZI-W.II",,;111I1t i yrirur' por- AntI yon gat !ipther.! poor Klrl.* sold This out of a total population of about per and no &U:ar..*. ilo. 5 liefLI pep-1 k.biting overhear or Intercept tnessageso' t, -'
.1.ted'Dark '
lie drew bla face down I "
\ tho mini. almost weeping! fop'liown.. 4.000U00.() Iu other words more thai meals tr day I Whoa raibik.' body floe's It you must understand but''
;. 4 t,' 1I'&T""all''Ioobd' strtlftnt into the not strong nt R II. 'Whattied: ( fhe'l oiie'thlnl of tbe male imputation of I-obb has gained In tVPlghfto] the extent Mr. -Wllllnms hojuutiways clalnysd everybody ,1s1 suspected trying to dIt. '

j"-: typewrit. ) rfrfa heavy eyKbe astonlsli 'What I lit that Idea Into' JaPan van barely enrn' the daily cost of ovrr'' tl1lrt '.fIr, jxounds UtO' that it is an easy matter to .'-SketchNathan's:- t. '..l' -
; \ Jlftfil tier cnr.e stuUtenly! oath. her mOllt1tM dl" IuitI4 that tkt'stcmL ioI govf ,
your bend, now? I cot bot h. t hart of the struggle yot Is the Iou to Jajvnncse fqw : children, and his own success
: t 11p ,,qnJVered ,iln prrmnnttion or trs- been, and am, very happy door.. : And'he ,: eouznei'ce l :hI4ec.l' la the cstl"In . ell trouble wltir: which he used to be bears out his theorlsjs* He seldom A. Oraphis ......._., i
t.r1c..bp h.rnllf'R8 br4 nter ll '" afflicted lins entirely J oft hfiHmfe : ,teacher.,ellev 4 In reducing -
T ntncls to it." lQate'l :: him'lla. interferes when .Is nt tjie
tl flt 4ul'lDjLomeit hOllr. t'o. d1annpollsJa..j f| ,,* } ( in3i.itile poetry to diagramand.visible! outi
.\ar U.thaUaU t naked the tJ'D"krlcet : the Turko-Ilusslan war It cost helm but once be contributes -
.i. C. *JirilIle"nrtt oven 'if jptt''irer: 'o few of tine Therefore says the Boston net-
ct.1 Hutislu about sixteen: cents n day to Vrmti RnT. or a firmjttaa s suidau '
honey i&ont.'a ntl.
tliatjtfiey whlcli'MijTldiciiionn.
she make'
are ji':2. class to rough
I l ,, ild, told the _
.,;. fI yetre .l cs1eLVo. M>"Ycs. that's ntl." call liurk. "1 wish eunport:>.ch soldier Iu tbo'Ueld. ButtbatSas A load of (':lr.\ ,teil400O boIeyeIghhiig In response to an"appealing glance Illustration ofk tbe "The' Old ,'
tPlJ lu 'den/ populated, fertlle whn rend the*dally.papem Icnow tlint, now that 10"4" me what ;011 a poun Oaken1 Bucket." -

.'" a1 cvori hid we no oypa to Ceo or ear. tdTienr. thtuk.of'that-),lri. ,I can't undtrstaud ,country,.'wlth.coiaparutivoly: Inexpensive Tuseoln to Diivlsnn., nod was the product night, after long*temporizing. ") W Nathan's.'Illustration consisted of a ,

;j I,. I do not say that men are bur It. Wasn't she a hnmbiig greater transportation.It of seventy 'colonies pf bees owned my dear little boy .esifty must t e bunch; 'of' :: <. '
mbuf could lie?" is flifC.r iit in Manclinla. All b,amps. }td- ij.l'Jia| "all nn nveragff his medicine and bed, 0'
p -the womenig rfni". tsitj \k'Wit t ('<> "Ite< don't (t( ,iftc UlioSt* -" The t'pO.rItr"gtrI piles mtijt'j! >4flrn\vn, from a great |31stance. ot iifty-rfeven pounds per colony, father and f can gd illnner Understand this- What's toe circle r ,'
"besltuted. thlni I Clothing, and and worth approximately. $UOO. Tbe "I don't want t mne4l-'
"I transportation t1to
(r' *oy that It Is wronjr that women sliniildc can -That's the well" replied..Nathan.,
? t>enr the. punlshipent Inrarlably.flo ."- s ee-can u1Id4'r,tndt'uppoRyOwtnd -" food are Hear. Besides before tiu> Itms bes did nlraaslf al\.e. wokMcSaj'4i dDe. said Bobby a .1| ooADdJ't'J17 bave you Jhree. buckets?"

' . 'rr.atDt 'yl&y (.woqtcb $d U 1'! Iskedir , been In:her place lilUl/ OV' tan >nk. the ilrid- -osld. part being iaereiyjA-'rtdI 1I"'htV.j ntd! fling cold the "One Is the old oaken bucket, one Is ,
.1urk. inl" Biirzr: IBtl1tl'l1pILnuJJIO.e a, from the 150.00Oa to be In in< comb foundatlonsj, getting stuns a .f. w I APPPSJq iroa.bountbucket."ttnd'beOtber .
.. I' JI 4 ebth1stisgw.4he1 44tb &rrlW..r. times -Qxintctliur' UI4lJ1"P "Bo,. aald l. fto14"tone the ..
; *\ TTfe* --0I'1c\.1Ja..Jt..tIw. P .al'lI'7'n.dt' eMsttl. : : I wuUm, ,. the'mbss-'covered bucket wblfb'bungIn .
;t they cannot choose." replied the typeWriter longing for n home should oak you to than 000 miles by raiL Putting th/ and tiU
,;. girl bitterly. I do as the man In the story naked the naked cost( fransportatJouat Q4O "nt ;. M fho* / InUI this minut1"7bwihl l pht "And'what aN tnose'llrtte doter '

.)' & Bark glanced at the ilesks on the other girl to do? Suppose be sbouldI per mile for Mcb soldier the ostof' ) season by seventy colonies of bees was to feed without takiiv$4t AI ] -I: ."Those.are the loved spott-rbleb. niy .
should excluding sri extraordinary doings. Still the Then Bobby promptlJC&jttk tbo mo< 1- p.i
carrying .100,000 troops-
ld b t
IOther o.f the then the'wlnnoWlnto
: ,.t" "tbfnr'T not ''improves the cine. and all went well. Infancy-knew. -
!'tr only shining ,
I ,"- the tfe.t. ")IIBII nn m- would- Tho tlllery.bones And supplies-would boat .-' '- '., t j.! ..IJ d1
:' roars," sold he softly "1'1' like, to tell typewriter girl was looking' hard" at" tbe.1, lc/st3>)Q,000. but cloiidj dar and 8aml f.."Detroit"Tribune. I Cazht AlUgatee W Tl.bIlse. The .2 ,

i z Ton n bit of story about a man I knew' Pa-vtotnt* '*V 1 Mr. w'i.n'"Uns- \VhJle de r duct ad d>all shoot tl I ; Horses' ate,aoL "erya|, .mero s la _ _

:' -Office and a woman. Maybe you can I -, "Tou would?" 'There was a note of sin baa goj ovair )be ttc .'xpen" of When1U ; J vflifeAtjttftsAilwiisonj in t Western Oregon'Washington, and ,

t t help me to understand It-for It hi n Iaduessa't'. S' *one, 'bo >oit her '.'a-ar tills Japsa >be| army and; r. >lAbk&od o.> ltns,Mlo 'than tnose'obtainable are tougher'than' the -, _

I black mystery to me. nothing less. Will :, .ran tf.Oleirjtj K,. 'nary Will cost net frofei $1,.,000* td I babies twin* were several .I. Stuart 'caynses-whleh Inhabit the'bunch'trsss .;i '
their ROkes.
mother always referred '
jroti listen jt How did you learn my I'd mI'. 1750.000 a day so long na she lia. tt J few other bare .ld. plaIo.'of Easterri-Washlrigtpn': 'Kim- :,

'1' '' The typewriter girl panned her band .Terry V asked .tha typewriter girl like' fight only In the Far, East Assuming to "hmm l'le fol&}
i ",,rlly neto" her forrtiend, And n f Bash. the larger Ueure to be correct 1'wilP enoja.J to catch a a 'prepared to"bnyt'aa''iBany'Jborses as

e: ,mile flitted ncrosa her face. "{ sunjnos -. .| "How did you !learn mine?" countcra take the wages of 7.0OO.OOO ittttItaI" ; 7J ) f\'Ckl. f.btQa.. 3 a 7ieve r.&al .. 4U ey,4.ceuldfurnlsbati, ;; ),,to ',f3head. ,a :"

: '. BO," nlip tad| Ttttber iiryjrnclonsl.v.I | h'" ntirk. v A- : L ) l>orcjf,. > weet Ibo expenses o4th. As t iY h'7'I.j. r. Jjbwevefctherl gator w.capght with,b bi1pe ,"TJlntJ.1 ..wbicbOa th* Tbon their mot' nnil tbry '" '
Lll1tODu.t "
f. "To-ttorrow'ulght:: when we walk to'' eyes war. 'a & stock .iled at : .0011' ,
:your ",boonllng place together' be mngbod. They were quite oblivious of _,A11 this relates to the war oflfyifi.j.IA W {'rrenC'JI %.; albf.u"I" t b : 'Tbe'' Takimas-would" not( UUa
''T' .''Vquerjed. with some show of eagerness. the crowds, about them. At the first with Japan in Asia. But If th* pn4 toolrf nUa dbiXfiinLedr *>*fnin>t | 1)ho1MuU ..t./ft. J 'a.pMce1., 'deniandftiB>V least? $'1S *
He spoke-na if it Crossing bq laid hold of her enD., and throat i 'l1e J OrerbQr9et1e7.shod: fur'mlsli -<
were a resmlar) *c.currencB filet sboui4'sptead. Kurope ll'rbegreati bad fiKBP* ;
the of
6* for them to walk to her board..q .' did not rttfrirJtfUtf 1t.I! Tb. lr cl owa't 4 powers whouldtake the "aeldOgalnst : referred rea he them age in seven 't1! eb"')i1'i1t1ig bive1k4sII tirist '..1\etJ1..rolnc: .letk ,fir old, _

*ling'" together 1Yh.N..' In truth'' t were llnlred httd her band was In his.Jtew .- ( each other tbe'estima'tedT struck casual listeners D .foVIIl1. apart or the book torn out The al and -thin. Th*d'lff sfjice *np9ti.WU'ito.
Newa. _
p.tbeybadneverdone.e. *. ot the tnnntl undtilf'\lIIOdera' o.c1lflo& .ar5 EInorii, to' blni/t.IIU etl ImuclJandIQDlnIO, bas atetarned
% -. etmq '-a S % J "Wbere and E dola?
I, The smile upon the typewrltei fclr'l's k. 4U *.. 1** .' "* * It Bl"tJ erh1 . .''a'otnelaregures 'taken l a i JUiaton'to to ooUnul operations there' ,.
L-ttacp ceased Joe.,theatrical crUtcs U,to be iRk i9e11 1 ipeqA !IPJI I 1'. 50---- _" 1. ,.- TLtT r., '
noting and becam an eftfnjgeijce. > show 1tiatJTn 1871 H KK//lC[ lWfh "IP r a IIaah X' itbrea, '
,.. "Tes.;' said she. oJtDed.ln -TluKstudeiHa-are. to '4o.t Frnnee'-inere tba 2.000.000 i h. ,t iafe1sSel( ttbr 'tb'Sf a J IaJapatheXate..11Q'41PAg .

*i *' '"V,).'Y ynj sajd-qurlj,, > *>.. attend drezebeusssand write them day to.keep'an'army of GOQ.OOO met father to nave one. ot,tbelr ax.-East Coast .Advocate,- '.(:tu.ll !([.The n4 Jt doctors,tb.. patlents.tsll dlspeiei.thS..t5e4i(4fle on toiji they, j '. ,, '
.moment t later bo was upon'bls hlsb! for practice: I - I,
r. ,.!. '; / j up 1/ In the field against the Qermana.,Ba _rnt.I 7 I charge for. the medicines oJlIU. i: -4i., :'
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"1Mtmmtti; Val,6U A,Dall4y v T ere'. nothing like doing -a 'thTnirthoronRhl e. : 1

TBLCPMONSt NO. 11 Dr. Berfln, Pans,'111*., .write: '"1 /: Of all the salves you
=", have used Ballard'a Saow"Liniment; ever beard of Bucklen's Arnica SalveIs DANNTHE SHOEMM
:'It' rua6uMSSSVasrrWoav always recommended It to. mjr-frlendi, the best. It sweep away and cures :
Office In Valley Uatetta BuUd"r.. ae I am confident Uiere !. ''DO. bettor burns, sores.bruises, cuts, bolls, ulcers .
: KIS.nUIKII.OIICIEOIoACOU1f''Y.FLA.: ., made. ''It !Ia a' dandy for burns.'" ,'akin eruptions and plle,., ,IL'. .: I
J.. E. PoUND, 1 Those who live on farms are specially only 25 W.-B. P.ARR, { .PXOPIUKTORS. liable to many accidental' cuts, burn; by'the.O.ceola Pharmacy.i .. .
: A
bruises, which beal rapidly when Bal- ;..,- ;'
lie s. J. B., POUND Editor. lard's Snow Unlment, Is applied. It Tk lktf.I' te*.
e should always be kept In the house. fpr M. M. AuBttf. of Winchester Ind., '
'j';; '
tY lIat.eNd Moond-: .at*the..nail Fonomo".""*.r.Sabaenbara KlMinm. ** oases of emergency. 2Sc. COo, *1 but knew what to do in the hour of need. : I
--- tie. Sold by Thomason k llobersoo. His wife i had such an unusual case ofIIt.omacb , ; .
I 'will, 1'1_ notify l,. ofllto tl i and liver trouble, physicians' ,
tk.y fall M frith paper raaularlT. could not help her. He thought of
All OOBimaalaaUoni x and tried 1 Dr. King's
| thwriter.
e dread by '
r We will furnish Stove. Wood, deliv- and she not relief at once and was finally
T, _ailed a -...aa& will notba rammed nnlvai ered to any' part of town at II.OQ( per cured. Only 25c at Osceola
Tb..I.r.dliar!.not: roeapo..lbl.foroplnloDuaedi ,,,, Strand. MAYXARD LUMBER Co. Pharmacy. t tI

aA h .-- byoorranpofxlenu.Adv.rtUloc ratmnay be:bad on appllcadou.V STYLE OF DOROTHY DODD will be. Appreciated at a

SUBSCRIPTION K TEB.On y mmmmmmmmmmmm' mm,mmmmmmmmmniM THE -thc comfort can be determined' the instant they are fit ,

lfpJou.r.. .. ..n.W <
00.eepJ.nix moatha.,. ,. ,!'oI' J ted. and well demonstrated their service. '
eo.-..,.Uira.nionlb. .::11. Time\ wear have 1
\ c 1 1J
;Friday, May fi. 1U04 I Oxfords $2.50. l

'i1 Before anotber Issue of the_Valley J Boots $3.OO.Men's {
e Gazette the first primary of 11\+04 will ERemodoVSdIer .

have passed. So far we hare deemedIt _---: --- ----.--- ,
unadvisable for ut to express any {
preference for any candidate before ; Shoes
the party for any portion for the reaeon ) Crossetf $ 3.50. and $4 I

that by so doing we would be lend . I == I,
lag assistance to, and further creating E '
a factionalism In the county tha == |1 makes life' walk easy. Several styles. Come

has already disrupted friendships and -
'R created. a condition 1 that does not tend E Continues" and see them. ,\

: tl either to the happiness. or prosperity -
;: of our people. We do not intend to ---- = - - -

to now cause and the the voter Intention. If possible of this Iswerely, Vj rid< .r.. I i ai Red: Star Brand Shoe !

himself of t.belM>a.t and excitenlt'otthat. ,
may have, been engendered/ : during I AtKatzWhite
-c the campaign compose himself l I *
and give the matter of voting a 'calm In Mediutn PricedGents'

and serious reflection. Good and ca -
,i pable men are opposing; each other -- -- ,
for almost every position to be filled, C --

but unfortunately the campaign ban Little Gents', Ladies' Y
been waged in such a way that crimination !- -Goods Linens

Ii, and recrimination his resultedto == '
the detriment of almost alluf..UutinTcha -
>res bave been made that under Lawns Ginghams. : and Misses.

other Circe instances would have been !
ry+ of such slight significance as attract -- -- 'C.A.zror:::: :aE J3"E. .T_

k no more than a passing notice. Tim -- -- .... '"
such tactics have been reserved to Is E Pieces all Carefully Meas- .

4 regrettable for they leave a sting thai ==
I .
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is ineosapatlble to that comradeship, -- -
ured and and'

t, fpr the beet work should a crucial II

time should a common enemy, plainly marked. LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE.

appear. But as unfortunate and asregrettable ;.
as it is, it will not be lea .

f'I -polls seoed and by the refusing voter to stayjnjr do his from duty.-the IN. B. Nothing of this Sale to I J. S. STRATTON Proprietor. "

:3 Tbe case has been made up and the
verdict must be rendered. In making
this the voter should consider the case be Charged.

from an unbiased standpoint and ,
make his selections id accordance withwhat
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; be deems for the best Interest > \

of the party, 10' the county
and State. This Is a matter that r
+; booJd rot be lightly considered a. 'I + I'I '
upon the voters rests the burden of i I

,government.,the officer Is but their eer
Now ,
rants to do their bidding. Then the ;

questions to. be decided' not what ,: ,
year neighbor Is going to do but who :
% ,is the most capable and honest la the V +rr
r' ._. several positions to be fllied. 'regard ,
lees of factional lines or the tale.that --
may be told. at the last mo/nent/ to. d I Ivert 1- IS TMEETIME Fy'
,t attention from the real issues.AUVEKTISinO i/

!! A TOW *-.*-.

Twenty-four of the leading business 'i ,

establishments of Lynchburg.., '
have agreed that judicious newspaper
a r. advertising i. the best way to reach
the baying public, and these establish To Do THBT LITTLE
__ ___r : meats have joined in contributing to. JOB OF PJHNTIJffl.i ,

w a fund for the expense of advertisingto
induce buyers go to their market.
Among those who have joined in the
-- T
k movement are several national banks, j
'... a number of prominent manufacturers i -== Ready Mixed, ..

and quite. number of the leading .
{(f Colors ,
: Of sentiment. They are business men, ,
and they realize that what advance = \
;;' the interest. of Lynchburg .. a mar
ket also helps them individually Oils, Stains, .,\

V4 w+ Lynchburg Is now perhaps the wealthiest i
d+ city in the South In proportion to
Its population, and one the wealthiest -=:1 r Varnishes,

In America., It Is a large manufacturing .pr.-, ,
A j center and commands a splendid Plastico ,
t"e trading district, and advertising I i
F'1 DM done It, and will make any bust ..
ness or' city crreat. Those who have

tested the virtue of prlnurs' ink can Iv ", ColdWater Half Block from Depot and Hotels.
bear wit ness to lie wonderful .
,oabua. [ ee.. 1-
2 Take town which almost ignores i Paints and a g Rubber-tired Vehicles Stylish -Gentle 1j
e *
the local paper and size up the business j
and general progress, and yon Careful Drivers. Rates Reasonable.
& wW almost always find that It le suffering I ME LINE OF BRUSHES. "71'c .
'q ,_ with tbe die-back. Well patron- Phone 6f. ."
rt_ ,iced,paper speak the _sentiments of a '

community. They show thai life abd __ u _ _ ________ __ ___.. --- - '
[1 ',
: k. ,ivlnd Is there. ,Those who never advertise i DClOClClCClClQCaaaaaacu lit
,:ft and say It le money thrown away, .
.; 'are little help to a town.. They clog 1'c A oral. Seveetlosi.w" C
<\ -t r the wheel of progress.vLyochbursre .' Parian PaintIs I There .a big sensation .In ',, '
.re' 4 ....1:: example Is proof of S THE LAKE HOUSE. Tulle, Ind., "hen W. H. Brown olthS. ,
what advertising will do, and ae Indicated place? who was expected to' die' had "
"<<):1'!:I.: above, they want more of It, S hilt life saved by Dr. King's New DUK, '
't' ;:l- ,They ar.gyawing dally In business ,; covery for Consumption. He writes
guaranteed not to 'come off H. M. WOODS. <.
.rih and wealth, and they want the world., PROPRIETOR. -.1 endured Insufferable agonies from .'I\,\
..t .made aware of the fact. Asthma, but your New Discovery gay. ;
,4... .., When toe business men of a Door no matter how long exposedto me Immediate relief aDd soon thereaf., :
,,ti > munlty oome together 'and ,resolve to I $1.00 PER DAY tAIl' elJecWd a complete Similar
j, push ahead.their town the results are the action of the air, 'sun cures bronchitis of consumption, pneumonia;
s ,.generally magnificent. shake off your and grip are numerou..
.j lethargy *nd proceed nakeyourself or weather and costs no.more It's the peerless remedy for all throat ,
aDd IUDi'toroubl...
and your business known. The mostprosperous 6Oo aDd 'L .
towns in Florida are those than inferior goods.BRAVES c Special Rates by Week Month Ouarameed by Oeceola Pbarmao7. :
_, ,which believe-In advertising. U.. or : '
fMJ . town want." capital and business it Judge uarron Phillip., one'of TarnJ,
U, and not alt down and wait I able
r. f. most jcok lawlera, died
t ,, for Ik to ,.voluntarily. come. JLyoeh* beset diHa.. Sunday.' of.
'I 't burger don wait,' and why mould & \

,; ?!:.. ,;Other. when all> that- ;jls. good comes GRAVESe, Stanford has Just received a full I Stanford New Spring Hoods have will The ha,J. J"onTllle /of'TI-
: :PI: 1a&11tL,1. .\ ''1 line of samples from Royal Tailors. | arrived-a large and elegant line. new building ILl formal opening' of,fM
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'.e..aa....t ...B.aa.I .e4 ..... 0.0.... elaral: ..r, Paro..... ..../300 fe0 'KI.. sgimmee!!! ,City,1 'P"I""M"J! rJ ,'I_i9O'}..? .; V 0 1. VII .1-,0. -=- (

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CHARGES 'CLARK"NOyJHAS' T few'days. What is Gallery; doing for : warning Is,basM ls'.deeosed trustworthy . .
YOT.ERS 3EWARBI ) ; ,wr t "oil' 1 ed _Vr .r. o.- ,
I ew.}
me? Is he active of'thwarting aoYYIa.Jf1PATSnT
In my. ; support sad UM onlymeaM \ D"'T1" P.Go THOMABON.m. D. J. I. ROafpaoN. ;
'' Please write me .. to this. Would ,it .. ., i the treatened assault..1*''to caution tUe 'A'ND;"1vuv: J .. yPRoPRIrARY sJM" pri.Mrtfoi ak.bs11esfawMu. rrTlfOM ,\ .
\ ,TO FACE. be advisable for Fletcher io withdraw / '.' friends bf Senator Tallaferro throughout 1

and for Our friends here ,,,... not'1.he" slightest : V
to Indorseme u. S to'pay .
Timely ,warning .of,,Disgraceful . SON:. &C ,ROIfRSOE ..,. ,.
? rMtbloists '
Wire me .. to this as soon .&1 attention to'a.ta> ID.'bt'Ouc14 JntoT7tiecontest : : ; ..
Some you receive this. Yours in soteeltlisgd'eowardlry' amanner. ; I ST.ri'' .... ,'I' .. - i T.I ... : .'. .
'"" Letters Showing His sincerely, _. ioNKRY"V ; ,
/ :
: Campaign Tactics ; 4 I i 'If Jt
hANK CLARK. "Senator, <> ;an r.1? s ..pIMltTJf"'S DRUGSISTS), Ji
'I ..hare'ever carefully retrained ..
supporters '
Ingratitude. 'ABOUT ALEXANDER'S KINDNESS. nse'of' . .I J I. ,
uoh"tllsreputable -
f: Department of Justice. Tallaferrp to be attacked at the and from disgraceful methods" of war I ..CtoA..J+ I, .d ...,. /1'{ ,, ;
Office United States,, ''District Attorney, Last Moment Too l.a efor fare and they-profoundly regret' the r: Pure' Drugs flccurat6luf' GOI '\
i j JIM ALEXANDER'S EXPOSURE. Frank Clark U./S. A\t rney. necessity, which tapeM t1e. ,put lieatign ToeicCO: "

r, r __ .- Jacksonville*, Fla., Jan. 8, 1805.MV .'' Denial By False JclJsatlons. : of his warning,, ", E', ': pounded. V t ''t-+ w

:. BEFORE DEMOCRATS!" I..d. I can assure you that your .\, ." ... JI I tnsalstladNPros1. .Nlgrt. SrDayas SOLlCrT w ,! r.T.. ,::, ."'i'"

." kindness'to me In this matter of the Democratic voters of every prtjcnct 'The Ten's lUssrt ra' Careful A SHARK 07 YQUR' PAT- n. .*' ..

j Denies With Writing to tbeijfsvn district Attorneyship will always be in the State are' herebyawsrnedthat ." : : I I ,........ ROMAO, 'AND WILLENDEAVOR .4Pl. : "N'i

;' Who Made Him-Untied States remembered. A !great many peopleare the two principal;,'opponent* of :TO'MERIT-THE SAME q., .
4 ,, Senator Tallaferro. Mestrs/f f 8 tOe Ulitrlct Attorney, but "Jim Alex"VMttipws claiming that they accomplished ,.. .. ...' ....... .Next' II ") PROTBCTJNa ,YO.U8 INTIR:- t /1' -
great things in my favor, but I know and Jennings, who now:"as heretofore, 'I'1tafM I ESTS'&ALL OUR BEALINOS.nnnranimmmmmmmmminmmmmmmHtmmnt. ." "
the ,
Up Letters.To : Hotel ;
to whom I owe the appointment, and ire working/ as a unit against.-hlra", (uropeaarIi. ti 1.

"' the Edltor of the Valley Gazette: my Mends, J' !trust,' will never have made desperate by the sense; of inv -. H' i iJ. I. ':"!,::q

. As the Hon. Frank Clark has seen cause M> regret their support of me. pending defeat, are preparing1. to dsr -"

1 fit to bitterly assail my Democracy Yours very truly liver a final blow at him at the' last. S. $iSTRflTTON. Vrp! , I t1 I ':

r twenty yenrs. ago during the present FRANK. CLARK. moment, when It will be too |ate to repel aaI.ISSfa1, i Seeu Sign t ....
, campaign, I shall ask for .is little it, and with'which,' thy fhOp l to > Die .
j In valuable for Hob Jotm C. Josies 'to tile> Democratic turn the sentiment o( the people Have fitted ,up the room '
I spaoe your paper a !==,
t. reply to Bro. Clark as my maiD wit- Voters. against him under circumstances whlob recently vacated by the City' GITY, 'sAIcE9Y" 4:.

k ties to corroborate the truthfulness To my friends and feUow-ciUieos of will preclude any possibility of answer , Bakery and "rooms above j .
'the Seventh ,". .
Judicial Circuit of :::::
I i q' l
of the statements. made by me In some -- or defense against such an unfair with the beetequipfpeAtto'b4thad : "
1of our Joint debates. staled at West Florida: and dishonorable attack. Voteri I : That'Is'the Place to Get( : .
1\ As the and to' ,
Is prepared
campaign rapidly drawing am now
\! Palm Beach and several. other meet. in all sections of the State will probe I ( < -
I\ Ings in the district during the. campaign to an eud I address this letter to you. ably be deluged with printed, matter.. cater to the wants of the pub- .
I just closed that I was a good At the very close of my former campaign from the source Indicated, containing lic. Table unexcelled: large, Soniethi rl Good to r.
in 11)00) hundreds of postal 1' 9 Eat:1
" enough democrat in .qow to knee-deep wade aroundWashington securing I cards, signed in my name, (In type cusatlons all manner which or false the and authors truoulent dared not&Q;' airy rooms atfd, fore
Rates reasonable
writer the 01 the
), were sent to voters
' endorsements from my friends, bring out earlier in the campaign because }
Circuit I had withdrawn Sill le.Mul. Board' the .
I falsely declaring by
, both Senators and Representatives in of the certainty with which they I !=" Ftesti BJ'ead"Pfe and Cake every pay.. :::!E
from the for State Attorney.
Congress, for Bro, Clark, and with race would be met, denied and. disproved. Day or longer. '. Diamond Butter,..Made from Pure, Cream. 1-lb '' .
these indorsements, through Senator They were.mailed principally to The Information upon which 'this I 7P. 71P.vl.7a/iA/; ages. PacbWi. "i
I had been I R
precincts unable to visit '
Call, was able to land him in the United J Large Assortment of :Lunch Goods. ,
.I States District Attorney's office, and so timed as 1.0 reach the voters on Candy? We Have Plenty of it from 16' to 60c Per Rt. ::is '
: the morning of election day. I have '' ,:::z::: ,.
which paid 00,000 per year, and that e 'Also large Stock of Penny Goods. ";
,t Bro. Clark had written me acknowledging -i In my possession many aftldavits from Attention Democrats I .1 e If too busy to come to us .for Somthing Good to Ball* : '. Y J
who received these cards and
I: my fidelity and services to him voters Phone( 65 and we will supply yoUr wants: through our Free DefaUYegl ii= t
by these cards their votes were diver '
; In securing the same. System. ', I r'f:!
ted from myself. I am convinced! j
; To my surprise\ Bro. Clark denies
however that this was not the act o'f Florid 71LUUUUUUULUttUUUUULU1ULUlUiLLLULUU1WLUUiLULUtU
Send a's to National Democrat :
Delegation *
I I ever having written me any such lettors :i l
! and challenges me to produce the I my former opponent In this way the I ic Convention at St. Louis . ".. ... r \ : soY.,
same", claiming that Senator Pasco result of the election was changed. i., ; """ \ :........ Le;,;;
i This fact is well known, but perhapsnot
> was the main factor who landed him lTJsrIJSTSTEoCrrBD.: : : ;: : V
{' generally; known throughout the The '
In the office of said district: attorney, c Largest
Circuit. I therefore deem it to .
proper '
whereat it Is a well known fact, and .
| the records on file In the Attorney call the same to your attention.I Everything points to this as a Democratic year.: Roosevelt who :

f, General's office In Washington will AM IN THE RACE BOB YOUR Let STATE has been termed "the man whom everybody is for and nobody wants," : LINE OF SUMMER: ''GOQQ&: p .1 r I,

. show that Senator Pasco supported ATTORNKY TO THE FINISH no is a weak candidate. The signs of the times point to the homlnee of :

' ; H. Buckman for said po- rumor or report t.o the contrary deceive the National Democratic Convention as the next President of the ,-I
,:: tbgHon.I1. Bro. Clark's challenge you. I ask my friends to be on: United States.It : Ever Brought to-"Klsslmmee. 4a

, and herewith submit three of his I their guard against repetition of such is important to the Democracy of a small State like Florida that a

I letters (o me on the subject,'and could a fraud anc attempts to again defeat it should be on cordial terms and have some influence with the National j V l F''
the people's will. .
, fnroiih many more similar ones, but Administration.If .. Freezers
I All that I ask Is fair deal and I
I do not wish to take up any more of a Florida should send a delegation to St. Louis instructed .to vote Refrigerators, '+, 1
i your valuable space, as I thick these : beg that my friends will take care of for A certain candidate'"first. last and all the time" all hope of establishing Hammocks,. ,:

\ are sufficient to refresh Bro. Clark's my Interests until the polls are closed such relations would be lost; wouldTbe possible for Florida.toJbe, Go Carts 'Etc -

memory and,also to show unselfish : on May 10th, 1904. If this Is done my Iin the absurd,' if not ridiculous, attitude of voting repeate.for. a candidate ,. -
At Prices that Defy Com-Jr.
;'. grslitude' ((4y) In now trying& to defeat majority will be so. decisive that. my I who had long been eliminated: from the contest.,- :r* - '. ;
t' Injor Congress.. nomination will be assured. ', I leave Florida should send a delegation to St. Louis UNINSTRUCTED .... '''petition, ,.- -j **,<.iivv
i' this matter In the hands of my }friend ) free Florida's ''vote for the man'whoris '
J. E. ALJaAEDER.t. leavingthe delegates to cast /
and a.ieh...., I"be notified by wire of BEST', FOR THE NATION BEST FOR DEMOCRACY .BEST To be Found at,ttie 'Store, of r'i; '
t. . '
k CLARK MA KHS-A JtUOGESTION.Department .ny.attempted repetition of this act FOR FLORIDA DEMOCRACY, I BEST FOR DEMOCRATIC. n -"..' 1 ',, -
r of Justice. / 1 am penonaJl exceedingly, grail- SUCCESS.- : J

, Fran Clark, U. 8. Attorney. tied and grateful for the universal ex. The of should be in the National GRAVES & GR1 f' .
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. t; 1894. Demecracy Florida represented : 1 ,
of confidence and esteem extended -
Democratic Convention Democrats UNPLEDGED, and UNINSTRUCTED
-t Frank: Clark, U. 8. Attorney. by c ,
.Eon. J. E. Alexander, Washington; : to me during my personal oan- who can sacrifice if necessary, their'' personal choice : .

; : DEAR 1)-1: wrote Senator Call a vase amongst you. With assurances and vote for that Democrat whom the hour may produce. _, ,,

3 f long letter last night, explaining fully. that I shall)] alwas give to the discharge The following named are,the UNPLEDGED. UNINSTRUCTED I ***** #*******/>/ ###' # r. ,
of the high duties of the office -
'I :to him the situation here In reference, candidates delegates:
my beet efforts tot your welfare and r IDits wi
'to the district attoroepshlp. 1 desire, the honor of our beloved State, FROM STATE AT LARGE. J, 'J.
If there is question about fit
any my appointment I am, tellow-cltlsen, (VOTE: FOR THREE.) '
that. the matter be held In your JOHN C. JONES. T. J. APPLEYARD. TIME BAB*. ..A..,...... f" '*,::: r
until the last of March, so"teat I
abeyance ,
W. J. HILLMAN. Postotfece. fc':;
Opposite. .
I can bold the office during the"present THK KNICKERBOCKER= AND THE CLAUDE L'ENOLE. Broadway, se+

term of court hen and the coon.' :FlorldLa.: gf l j
p's1rnTY"ee.. .; ;
term of court at Tsmpa. can r
The New Orleans States in commenting ..... .
fees at. these two terms of ( YOU ARE IN.) e 7j .
considerable held VOTE FOR TWO PROM DISTRICT
the convention to be '
I>court. I trust that if some one else] is In St.on Llufs negro In July for the purpose FIRST. .CCOND. THIRD.W. Now open for business, with a full equipment of new Bug3 -; :;*' 1 ,

to be appointed the Senator can hold of nominating negro candidate for R. FULLER. D. N. BATCHELOR. F.O. RENSHAW., 2 3 es, Carriages and Surreys Stylish (yet safe). Horses and Dri '- JI :

1 matters where they are until then. I President of the United States, makes A. P. JORDAN. D. N.. GAULDEN. C. L. WILSON. { ; vers. Your patronage solicited. It will be our pleasure to please o* .. .'

I think\: if you' could call on .Frank A. the following suggestions! for the consideration i ; our patrons. Give us a .t;; ):

I Branagan the appointment clerk at of the proposed new party. : 1 .
; :lE'la.oxxo: :1O2.:
L of Justice, and Inter-
the Department "" .
i vlrar him in my behalf you might accomplish "It who, would pre to meet be better In St. if Louie the next negroea July Frank Clark ',..I...w''+.r..+ew..+.....+k.eew,..."...+se+re''+8se+ee+................r.u.+R+r J' 1I -

/ something me. were to abandon the Idea of Dominating -

i flease push this matter vigorouslyand a candidate for the presidency, I It.. .. I I . I It.' t I I I I" . .... .,'t I I t I I .' . t t . ". J .

t oblige yours truly, but insist that a representatlveof their '

FRANK CLARK. race be given the second place on the "t CANDIDATE Semi Tropical Nurseries,, .:..... s' ,

:,fT WOULD NKVKK FORGET. republican national ticket.; Mr. Moose I /
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. ft, 18M. volt, all things considered, could not iI Orlando Florida. :: J.

DEAR JIM::Yours of yesterday justto conscientiously object to Booker fi COINQRESSFROM .....

hand. I am very much afraid that Washington. being nominated for vice THE i If you intend planting any Fruit Trees this faff send me' B tsJ ;:: '

r : I.4r111 lose, but I am satisfied that I II It president for his running mate. lie of your wants and I can save you money; or Orange Peach' and: 3PI Y J{

11 I ; will not be the fault of yourself or has recognized Booker as a social Second Disrtrict Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. :ST1Z :; .,: V}

Senator Call. I will never forget. you equal by dining him at the family ta- .. i
ani)'here is a bright day coming for ble in the White House, and there POX B93 W. R.. SPEIR.. /,#: ; ;

us all, If I cannot get It I want. action should not bo the slightest hesitationto i: ;i I'' of Florida, ta-F4Y+i'MF, +4' .1'U'F-P4f..... .... II I + . . .. H' I t ...+ d 4it..p'"" . ;

delayed until the latter part of recognizing the colored educator of fI d3.,..!1 ,"
; M 'rcb. By doing this 1 will get the Tuskegee as a political equal worthyof a....... V..r Vol and Su po" -=------- .;V--- 1 't't' .1\ ,

t fees of the office during the present high honor at the hands of the republican In lh. D..lle ..I_.. C.." 1/1/-'.

|'( term of court here and during the party. Aside from this the AwfIUm ad : \. ,

\ term at Tampa In February. I can linked names of Roosevelt and Washington i' !

i make at least 2,000 out of these two ; / would be. an inspiring: slogan ON. .FOLLOWING .PRINCIPLES:: Are snio'lndloatlone of.. some form or':>r.: .. .'" rr.1" '.. +S H.trm1ble J.. .. ,,I:'

{ ''terms, and I must hold the office that in the campaign, and rally every negro .... r ; btllousiMss or a bed Hrer., Jla1a.ria 1111'' f "
II i t long at all events. Besides ,this, it voter' in the pivotal states pf the nezk overtake. TOO. : itj'juvd ; :&
will give-toeao* opportunity to make North. We infer that a majority of d is rgalnlneboWare. "
1 .
*, a record thl{ I believe! : will help roe the negroes are expecting such a combination Opposition to the Trusts.! / i .,
i 'tfIUl1)|i the!?jAttorbey General. '1 aril to enthuse them in the nextcampaign H E. R fl I NE
(I' e
Favors' Income Tax. _. ., 1 : +t !I\ :
; sending'[ T, indorsements:: every day because the walls of all the .: 01/ iH .'

and'shall con.tlnu. to do so as,fist as negro barrooms, barber shops and Perfection Inter-State. Commerce Commission. .. I r y bn dMdJ7 aD .their e T1rt. {itHCRBINK.I II I-norl 'vaT.... i. ; .,.:,.j

thel! come. _In addition ito these crap dens are ornamented with twin ., will fore tall lteadaa6espoa urn, (1f'
I;. new l&rs4Xn nts*:j et.\be Senator to portraits of Roosevelt and Washington Federal Aid for Good Roads. "'>> a """ t.bidt dt.. mtaas Ur fcrfwttdo U1 ))'. f'
I ''.call t4'j>>e, ttedtlpn-of thtt';'Aftornej done In the gaudiest tints of thejitbograph Cotton. '1" 't1 on"l eMptlWIMN. ... t. . ,
Duty on Egyptian t 1Ut .l'd
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General former .I indor.emeot.J o|.pay' : art These portraits have ."
}''.el( / $ ?, Among'them" : done more than all the spellbinders Rural l Mall Delivery: ,,' .'IIi'i-: "? T. f jt.'l' ...:.:.. b's Psst ...J1'> ..U't'N'. t' ", :
thfttgojpepptbf cf-the tA a \ t.1NIQ..>........7.if"l....JArJI A. Iff f ff't'ti.; "
frfne earth could do to make the vote
U out.. negro; Suwannee "RiverMllitarr '; ..4* "" -' ;JlIf
t members of the State Com$ltr of the solid and Ample Appropriations! : .
,.sixteen country uncompromisingly .. :
Ibr: he idAaedaki A'A rork\V'to j iet"cure for Roosevelt and Washoff! ,Park aLJJlJustee.,*, era *.........Ace rita.) IMtr R , 1 M ,': For"Sale:iii i l<< p? -.::::( i-- ? .,: :;A

the syppClrt..9J'; pFtpl UtlJ'.aer- ton-the white and the, blackhe. .< ...._ ..,.tw.I ...I. _.-#. '\ri ..........."' ...... 1.... ,..oQ'. .lf'On.... n.H eA, ,ib..... a 'r.; YiNa
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beet jped, 'R'1f t and may get jfccmo\ a ((tplckerbocker.and the ?on." nOtttftSut1 :: ... ;.... .,
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Spirits. county

1 STH1PtlNG al id-fi...satire OaSgrlSlryV eampaJg.mai'wU n..... all come from dose next Tuesday.. .. .! The ollowld" call for democratic
vt HHB REPLIES TO ;' lUjtttblloai"' reeenUtlve main source Is the : forOweolaeiunty. uia.. .&j.m"UIl .
i : re. fine spirit ever Notice of Application for TaDe'ed e..tla bet(,March: 11t. loot:
Oil ,will |
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1'.varOr the of Oreoola County with belt

I Who. fought, the } It produce You .' . 4888 vLaws' 01. Primary voter gfet'noa'ft Mar &h, MOM j jIf

Wl ... Hepubfican' United, States ':District Attorney Sup- Influences) as I am fought, by ( spirits! and a': bad -. Florida. noce..ary. JUD' Ttma 0f to M

>y charge made_by? a'man time.., Your liver Katies' hereby given that & i Johns, purChuor > nato. the following ticket. to b* voted,
if you would of Tat CerllflonU No.; 111I1141 dated the ol*."' ,
,. ports Frank : to' tl.. state,'by tbe Standard ; P1 and hopeful tot day. of Juiie-A D ice has ha flied amid certld by Udtotheoonlrary.iiiUia each; elector etoept wbsr General P EleoUot ,
For the purpose fighting MI' ctu. lu ray omen aDd Mete sppllcatlon
M.l, of'stepvigorous| ( for tax deed U> U.u. lu accordance. wlllt 'la.. November out and also tho**positions wb.

I! i .. A .vtHONo rtticNO I vr EDGE .WAY.... AOAIN.TWHOM : Kevetbai"tnieDemocrat.Trust* your' in fine pur.ulu.condition' You by .Hmltl nertlarate.etnbraces Iport .lln.t ct In the Onreola following I I that the Republican Florida, to-eltl Ope candidate for V B S If nator.

L 4 -"Il'.1",, ***" < TC TIr lO BEORETHE COHOrtUWtONAL COfIIM.ITTEL subservient tool fight me > for Flower the \liver great and Lot .. jlook ''a11. of Matthew' Addition toKlailinmeeCUy. One casdldale for ConareMinaB (eesi t

they know that I will be -indi said lancli being assessed at the date cf District).
: I'I FRANK CLARK ACCOMMCMDCO kVC. TUNI.ON.I masses of the people, and I dyspepsia a favorite-house or theliauanceof The mob. the name of candidate for 4.iOo. cf the SupH j'
r ., ., that Democrats will rally to oveethirty-five year ) Urilui"aald cenl'flc-ate'\ ahall be redeemed aooordiuK (term candidates&rears)tot. Justice of the Boprt

port of a candidate so make your liver to l taw. WK deed will issue thereon! on .
In said office 1 desireto I Bird ..if May A D IK! >4. (torn* years).
Jack on vine Fla..April IS 1904. C7 shell occur and thus Insure I (he day .
,, It will be Impossible for ;vitnesalny odlrlal nlKiiiitiira and rest., toll candidate for Govwnorr
To Each Democratic Elector of tbe state that I have known Mr. Tunlon charge which of "good spir- I tholOll: day ol April A Il i IOlJNI\ rODn Socrtlary of State. ;1 I
for -
swer candidate
every may
years that bU !r regular bottles ). M. LI Second Congressional District.l for: a number of ; >c; . General.
Attorney :
ufactured against me.Respectfully (.sat ) Court, candidate
Florid: a gentleman of high character. .a submitted Pharmacy. I Osceola County. Florida.By candidate for Comptroller.
911 BULLOCK. D. c.:
There. I I. being pub-HiIied In the candidate< for Treawirer.
I Trust-owned" and the "Trust-eubsldls. .alas-e4 J. M. : \' -room II at. Ap One candidate. lor HuptrlnUndeat( Pat

.. e4" of this) Congreimlojial District I discharge the dutlek of the-offlce faithfully ItntnicUouOne .
THEY KNOW WHERE HE: ICII candidate for Commiiilouer otiAfrUture. ,
; a letter from J. N. Stripling. I and ably and to tbe entire Mill-

Republican,-United State District Attorney faction of your Administration."I The five candidates for r i iI One, candidate. for Railroad Commlaalonei \

which wa written and 1* being have the honor to subscribe my- One candidate for Adjutant General.
tive from this Congressional
published to Injure me and Mr. J. eelf. your obedient servant Ono CHiiJIdaU-, KtaMi

N. C. Stockton with Democratic; vot "FRANK CLARK to tbe United States One candidate for Judge of the 7thlClrouti

.. .ri. Mr. Stripling horn'ever, attempt I I "United States Attorney." come they hare spoken and \ ODe Bulo A tlorney tortbe,
I I 1
gone away.The I In-till.
to Injure us by pretending to be our If Frank Clark la nominated Stripling voters to whom they Apple 4tw; One ranlldete< for Member at the .

friends, when 'the truth Is that he la and &wayne will, of coune, Insist Kepre.rnt.uvre. ,
for support have but little
particularly desirous of defeating us that the white Democratic voters of Olio raiiillilatu, fur County J'l'lg

Jln the Democratic primary election. ibis Dffftrict have chosen the man who appearance of the gentlemen One candidate for sheriff I

they said on the platform And ODe Candidas; for Auoiwu ol T."e..
T1Jn IlIOn and defeated the
Why -tripling Seek to Injure Barr endorsed F .
them In their choice among On candidate for Ta* Collector
and Stockton. man who teetlfled agalnet Swayne.Never ,
to tbe4r individual selection One candldaUi for !tfmiervliorof KofiatratloOnvcnuOMau

)II'. Stripling I I. ODe of the very clog Knewlngly Tell the Truth. gressman.The for flnpwrlDieudeiil of Pub r

", lpersonal and political friends of The Lake City Index: Mr. Clark's one paramount I laeue lumrnctlon. of (;onnlyOne

nudge Chaf-lee Swayne whose Impeachment borne edition of the ".u blldlz@d prep, candidate, for Clerk ol the Circuit Coo
people in thla campaign IB .
I One candidate for County Trcuurer.
I I. now pending before Cone.oth .-. I I baa maliciously charged me with supporting the trusts. I i ii One candtdalv for Stele. Senate.One .

Mr. Stockton and 1 are Important Judge Swayne when Its editor All others are subsidiary candidate, for County. Surveyor, I

witnesses against Judge Bwayne. I i knew tbe charge to be false. It less important.The rive ramlldatoi fftrCotiniy ComrolMtoneh

testified February 18. 1104, before the. letter Three candidates for Board of Public Inatr
then publishes Stripling's knowing .
I great
'. Congressional Committee that Mr. that- suggestion! that Stripling to all who ask for the i more bad < \ lion .
I (; I Four dele..... at lame for National Ceuvtlon.
Stripling had la the Interest of Judge I* my political friend Is falae. It
their fellow citizens eape>(: .
Swayne attempted to Induce me to can te'n the truth by publshlrig the ( Indigestion, I
I '
I who are looking toward i TwoKaU' from Congrenalonal
b'i9 leave Waabingtowhen I was there CH
official iknddrsemeat of B. C. Tunlson + tnrl to National Convention
the Is the
balls supreme Stomach f
orging the passage of the :Act of Con- by Frank Clark at United States Attorney { / ; One member of Nation) Committee ofDes
attitude to the trusts.
p ..- . gre** which took thus Congressional I but It never knowingly tells i Coughs and I critic forty
y the
Legislation agalnt
District; out of Judge Swayne1. juris- the truth. Thlrn-en Members at I-ant of Deraocra

.. letlon, and that be. Stripling had Proven False. absolute necessity and the ; winter than State Committee
.. -Charges Absolutely entitled to know Just how i One Member of Democratic HtaM Commit
i tried to Induce me to atop supporting There la one other matter 1 wish to for Onreola CountyTen .

V ., that bill but that I remained In Washington I call\ to your attention.Mr. sentatives stand on the all reme C. M. BROWN, members, of County. Democratic Coon

t urging tile matter until the Actteally Clark knew when he charged question. IU...., \t. be vino.I fur in their rv.|>.''cllve p
This is not tbe time for I $ .
passed. 1| that I had as City Attorney secretly i The People's Candidate forOOVBKNOR cliictt.Klvi
ingless talk; we must know. > Providential. Electors,
much incensed
Mr. Stripling I. very made contract the OF FLORIDA00 ..
a against City
i oil. Ju.iti-c of i thv ,Ivnir lon-acb. District.One .
because The candidates have been I I i
: be knows that be cannot
that his false. We
charge was met Con.tal>le lor cm h Jimllcc District
citizens of Dade and
:*. rent Mr. Stockton and me from pre-j In Jacksonville March 30th, before an county -r For. Htau.Convention for lurmulallng a pi
iylnsT to (fact advers to en expression: : to tie faith A CITIZEN OF
9 audience which packed the Opera i i TEARS A form

i .0.: .wavyne. He Is bitterly opposed House and discussed that matter. 1 them. I THIS STATK. AxalnitRlate Ci>.nr nlloo lor lormulalloi

election tbat and de- With one exception: : the "rmHeflliiii
our OlD' account Islet
s 4 assist In It presented such overwhelming proof datea evaded tbe subject i 'i That oommlit.e, o' In. eonal
lies) defeating us. postdate i I
nf the falsity of bin! charge that he is
and I. otbto
and minimized !It if Inn nf A K Buardvii h lrm o *
and he. therefore -writes that over ,
baa not at any dt the many meetings Druggist or ;j A Soldier Under General B.. E. tx "|1'1 Milnl Hl by tbe Chair.. t,* mwte a a:
letter that he deceive honed it.
,.. thUkkiog can when-. I was prevent, since referred To l alfU coiniiiiiUM', and. thM ..l l I iirtntnlitev bat
Democrat by pretending to favor u*. the charges in any way but he continues With one exception that Mnuufac- j; Lee from First to Last 1M y. .all UM-eaiiary blank .n4;l 1'0,11"10 I printed at

H* pretend to-be our friend or In Which the people'are m dam Ui
openly I the notice" ol election iiiiiulnlii'd; ass
to reiterate his charges Ina .
opposes .*, accordingly a* hethiak Intereoted, was practically I i > ballot, blanks and .lialun. t-oit are il llver>
circular through tbe mall., and In public .
.. ,
to cmnmllloomcMi of ..h nclnrt., tofelb
*"i will aaoat Injure us. With one exception they ) i Carrie four "Yank.." bullets -
speeches when am not present with ", .1111", etc a,,4 namvtolx delivered I
Why H* Wants ClarkEIcted.Thesi !_ after he absolutely knows and has had hearers entirely In toe dark '|'I i a* a gentle reminder of mmnillti-einvn o Inkptyinni Al ttwl aarommlltee
attitude toward the trunks j
he I* very anxious: for the election proven their falsity. I that name the liiMixrUini and clerks M ..
bloody struggle.
of hi* friend Frank Clara who evils. | J! great lnla Where Clark Gets Hie Support. i. i ii
3 for a flnaaeial consideration, put) his.Clerk's J. M. Barm., of the five aid primary elM'tluiiHertlou \
I am frequently asked where Clark Wednesday night X That <-au resignation of tbe office ot present
get the money to run, so eapens4v.: a by tbe c.nii.ltfit ConimllleeSection
the courage and be manhood i i ii THE: FRIEND: OF
United -State District Attorney be- I I 1 Any |..,nuu dealrluf to beoome
campaign as be la rudnlng. He Is
? forth* .Bd of his term at tbe dlspos- ple with the question and tell I THE PEOPLE. r.nell l<1 ate for any. Ccuolj ..111..... Includliinfnif

;, .. al site Mr. Stripling to be presented by sanding out much literature. He baa audience '.Ju .t where he 'eni of the Ix'tclNlaliire. shall file bile mmu
advertised to be held In flood i i ii
a meeting
: . Mr. StTlp&asj whenever Stripling There has never been any with chairman, feiRfther web the torn
this City for which: street ears are ; I .. ....< the office/ Ike SI
minds of th epeople as to nonoy a e ur *o
-- t/rl. cxmld get appointed to succeed him.
rented to furnish free transportation. C.T FLATYOZx. dayofAprn.1'iOf.8ertlo3 ; .
0-1 HIS
d' .. Clark.. Clark sent his resignation! Ba/ra stanTTk on any subject I i 'fi
H4gmanager here U writing to persons I S. The pay of Inepectota and eUr!

i,; to' Waohlagtan subject to Stripling offering to furnish them the people are Interested. He The farming, and .laboring- .halrbe 13 00 per jay. aeb. with five eeelnllcxgo -
v/K'4 rd.rsv Stripling slipped] In ahead particular quality/ of civic NY ( each way 'for Ip.peow18".lInrint lit
great distances: If they will return i men his that const Jeration.
4 , 5. X Ida opponent, who were not ex: : fearlessness that makes him lot bole and returni.Bertlon .j

t ''ulf; J jxscUng Democrat, to resign that of- home to vote for Clark. Thereare in the people' battle. .flls :, Fin( GOOD VAQES FOB HQNZ8T e. One of the inspectors of electlr "'
'' many other evidence* -of a -largecampaign"fund therefore must deliver the r turn. to the ehalnuaa' t
,.. flcei and got a promise, of the ., was to have been : f
such aa no other candidate WORK. the CiinntiUemocralio: EiecDtlve Commit.
: conditioned on Clark's resignation and that he did fearlessly
for Congress can afford. by. the Ullb of May. 11KMHertlou
t < p presented the resignation and. forthe; rights of the people LXBBBAL TENSIONS. Liberal ', All white "licm.HTatP whorinallAnl 5
He admitted at the I
t public i I .
meeting& '
t cot the) osTlee.Thta antagonists contented School POLICY. The Pri- a. per "call ol 8t.t. .BervtlveCuntmtec
at Ht: Augustine March 23d, that the 1
tact tau been admitted by Mr. with commonplaces and plaU ihall be allowed w> vule In aid primary.Hortlon .
Kant Coast Railway (owned Mr. The Railroad Commission -
Clark, and can be proven upon Clark's i by counts for tbe fan that Mr I' i mary. I H I'olln shall| e open ., a, a. Ian
'Fltpler the Republican Secretary of 1 Hard :Road Economical
BY .
own ote4oB, made to Judge George accorded the I h .
warmest &, whloh .h..11| | u|>on at tt, a in and cloao at "
the Standard 011 Trust who also > .
M. Nol... Mayer of Jacksonville; owns the evident hearty Administration. Paymentof dowuHevllon
? the Tlmeo-Unlon) had furnished him 9 All votes shall be on writtenprinted >
< Cromwell Gibbons James IS. Alexander : : crowd. I j the State Debt. ]l.e1pl..tLOI1of riMt In rouformlty with U)
transportation for himself and ..b.II.\. \in
familyto I 'Drug Co \ HtaUt m> far aa practicablehefttoti
card te be. I ao at Jacksonville
charged The In
return from Oklahoma, and that man this State Criminal Corporations and >It. Tbnt iiivmbfra of the Ovceo ,
II- when ledge Nolan and others out on the platform on i ii ('''''DIY l.01..1'1.| Executive Committee I II Iel
:' Mr. Par rot t, tbe Republican Vice Pre Trusts ..<'ted In aalil primary, but that the name
Were ,.-e ent. aad Clark did not deny Barrs has taken his stand the candidate for said. committee be placed oa
It knowlaxg J could call on the wit ident and General Manager of the and will get the hearty I on the ticket In the urootnci In which b* I
East Coast Railway and Fla. i cadre
Mr. Flagler's i ,
aMeN preset to prove it. representative manhood of tbla district for A MAN OF DEEDS. Hecltnn 11. Fhat Ilk* odlce of flit|.........
confidential in
Florida bo 1 the ticket
Mr..Btrlpling paid Clark In cash for where be stands.-Miami N KKwtiy on I
A K; BRANDKNCh.lrman.w .
had furnished him Clark, with money.
S resigning, but he still feel friendly Record. t H ( ARk, Secretary .

'b- to dark and desires my defeat because Natural that Stripling{ Should OpposeMe. , iliiiiili11f111111111111111111111I1111111111111111U' ' ' KIMMlm.i...., n... Marnh Ittth IMM.
of At a mitnit! of thr (*" |..I\ln tVtmnilttmth
my opposition tot
The brlngtasj of Joe .. Domocratb Kxi.*ntlv.< Uoiamlttow*. thv ft .
( Ilia friend SwJ, 'se. Is It not natural that Mr. Stripling dyed-ln-the-wool Republican PHONC N. K =3 {uwinxlna.rtor..iIClorkuof vlnotlon wei
Another Reason for Not Liking M*. should under all the circumstances, fight against Stockton and W. .1 Pnrlm-t:Nu. 1 -C Unrki-lM.. W. K. HarwIm <
The statement that he. Stripling wish to Injure me and to secure the sure to strengthen them. WmthiTliy. lnu
y ever supported be StralghtoutAntlTras nomination by the Democratic voterscf =3 ...
ocrats wm not tolerate any Pr Hnl No X./ -I. H. proiwun U Tina
.. Demneratle faction In DuvalCounty bin friend Prank Clark who sold sednese the of those C/. H Iv..,.. liiMiM.<.t....... W L.. Mowlfy; dork.PriTlnt .
I < part No. 11.-W I. otmlh..U lUymon
I* new here. Wo always him: Stripling his resignation of the themselves Democrats but I ", .. E.D.Wsd..ntu.prtersvlr.1..Rtndlanl | ; I

1 ( thoucht that be very much iympathlcd ;- office of United States District Attorney IIc.n't' ou<rk.Pn.liirt No. < -H. Thomas J. U DWWKJK

h e1ra. *> with the Antl-Ballroad Commission and endorsed Judge Swayne's Joe Stripling to help defeat II Wnrrt-n. liiHiHvtorx; A. (i. tOmton. .h.rl)
+ ,_ Pni-liiPt No. 11. -IC. A. MU-uh. ..tM..n 1. W. Nil
yr Aatl-Prlmary taetton here and that trend 11. C. Tunlaon and Is now dependent -Gainesville! Star. :: /lsNoel Haulnrwmttugs.c. {.irsu.S.Kumvmcl.'rk. ;

+ It* always had railroad pages on that for financial support upon the ::: .
1 I Prwlnrt No. lAnlxr. W. R. Got
p n tvoconnt. I was the Chairman of Republican: representative of the Republican "Vote against the whole : : : MEATS_ sin Willie Hull tnKMtun< ; J. H. II.W.irlPri .

Duval Democratic Committee of 1 i.. j,
the Coaaty Secretary the Standard
r t'I Broward! and Stockton) and PrtK-lnrt No 7 -rrunk Walknr Chas (Omrai) ****t.
I. of 1890, when the Republican Oil Trust, while be sends out literature ," :::: bull! C. A. Undnrhlll .ln..|M.r.I.>.m; ). H. Walke **.
represent an exchange: :
day at hour {
were first defeated la Duval County, attacking the character of an every any ; patronage solicited. :=::: rli-rk. .
to be Democratic. Think of Prwlnt No. 8-John K. KnnlH.: T. K. Tn)
..4 I have been generally considered honed Democratic candidate who |H-n. W. J. H. Uarr. InHpootura; U. W. Bee
It low voters and remember 11111111111{ .....rk.
; + to bv had a chare In turning Mr. would not put himself under such obligations Broward and Stockton are -n..nt. of cAndliUtw for offlov wei

f tripling** Republican friend out of for<< the officer ex.l au I..lIoWII: .
_ i mary. Our exchange: : would Coast Line Mute. Mentor | 0 I
the City Government here. Cannot Meet the Charge. vote against all the trio Railway company. M.mlM4 Honmt Boprnmntotlvm;; 18 I

fit t A *tl .r ........ Why H* Want Clark. I repeat that Mr. Clark at the pub- :County: Judge 161 t
which Include the primary. '. on.{
.fI. Mr. Stripling particularly desire lie meeting In 81 Augustine admittedthat TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10TH. 1904. CI.'rkofOteout9ogrt .. 6O'
vllle Star. .. AwMwHor I
tb*> election of Mr. Clark to Congress Mr. Parrott furnished the transportation Tax follmtor . eO to 1f.T.

$ for himself PROM KI 8IMM... Public . .
rfoe'L.. reason that one of the prlnclpJ and family when County 8npt. Inxtrnctlun W
Never before In tbe history ForOrUnrto, Sanford. Jirknonville. Wayrroni. County Hurvwjnr A
.Chare. against Judge Swayne he roi'uraed from Oklahoma, and haa Thomaavllle. Savannah. Charleston wUmlDi-i County Tnwxnrpr JO
a J t fa th*.. impeaching proceeding In- since furnished him money, only claimIng ida has there Been a more 11.42 XiVl.. u>n' Hl'hraoml, WiHhtnirtoti, Norfolk, ll.lll- County (OommlMfionorN; .?. 1 I
ed effort to defeat any more Phllad.lla, N... ;Tork, Boeton'sod'' all of Hnhool Bnairtl I i
r tP01N. his, Swayne, connection withy that Mr. Parrott did him those KUl.orD: polnu. J iwtlmw ot P_ .. .. aCoiwtabln

: RPi1B.; O. Tnnlon. Peneol, who favors as aa old personal friend (1)). Office'Republican tlfan Is trust now magnates being put For Orlando. Hanford, Jock sonvlne. Wayrmi. County RoItrI..t..tlon Offlonr. . . 6 1 ,

jt I.charged I I. a man unfit for official at the Jacksonville! meeting when I specifically Th.|., Illrmlng- On motion of T. M Wori.h"Y .;m.UlIdJornfllaobj..t ; <
7$ F John N. C.: Stockton J. M. 12 1R P M bo.n, Nashville Atlanta. Chattanooga KDO- Chairman. '
t< cal ll of the
ppotntmeat,..and Mr. Clark elected charged that Mr. Parrott bad Tllle.KyamTllleandall Western IKJDV| also
{ N. B. Broward. And what ;; W.3. B. CARE B eo.wHixE .
_4I! .. -f' .too Congre**, would be met face to face furnished him money, he limited his mood 11.0 n.b. Charleston WllralnAon, Rich. I
mean? It shows so plainly I.; WuMngton. Baltimore Ph11.Aelphls.
c t'I'W'U.' kla.reoommeodation of Mr. Tunl40V reply to a dental that the "Bast CoastRailway Nw 1'ork.IIoa"'D and all Weitcrn polnta, : ;+8
.; ** a fool need not fall to .,
.>... PJ' of which I. found on page Company Is famishing him n BO ?or Lakeleland" Plant City Tampa, Puntm Oor-
that the Republican trust .
II.tot t** Bvldenc{ IB the lmpeht money for his campaign I reminded f1T1 .and all Intermediate tatlon. Cream
fear Stockton! Barn and Vermifug '
C** having be** *ld by Judge him that my charge was thatthe For ... ,
). \ Democrats of Florida It !. I 4.2Q P M. ells itmtternieamN.taTampa. PnnU Oor-
'-'way** a* ..t.*tHlcatlon of hi- eon pastes on which be aad his family returned d. and

3!; ..uo.'W 4LaI.ou.The to florid were gotten for him than three weeks until THE Its-11AI1EEI .
7.SO P M Plant City aoA
: the East Coast Called upon B> participate In for Lekeland: Port
)*4tf If M follow: by: Railway and that I

,T* x: Mr. Parrott. not ttte "Bast Coast Rail primary. Open your eye! PalliD AD'. flneet .I..pert be'.n Por\ ,.... WORMIREMEDYI
AtOtotrlct .pa City.
Dietriot d.y
'gtal7nltad beta vllle Star.fact. Jcllaou"
I ,tpo. way bad furnished hint mOM), 1 Wesbingo{ Lining can between Jacksonville and N..

.....". IlestMrR of Florida.) tiled that I' had no information aa 2t carry Pullman Parlor can end sleepers
daA "fJa * u.lIay'1.1'tT. whether Mr. Parrott drew that Tb. fls4 tte ..vy .Jack.onv111e JaekaogrfrlssndNew York; ..I." fisswfl.J and"" ei": .w:

*;;'f'D1I"'..lDalq. Pr4i4tt of money from the East Coast Railway, ot .... ewt "Bll Os4BBbt: "... Pullman Parlor oars he.d 1.,1180.,1110 end Port" ;

$ v .tkVtrrsit* fltatwkV. Wjakl. to.v D. C. from Mr.. Flagler. oe when he tat It. tsMcal l p'spsm. J>< 1M .. ; wall... ..... Port Tamp.'or_- Xer_ W..LaJD4. Havana .oeda 1'.101')'.. Tn"a."ejdeys and )

e WIJ.ta.I.. .. Oat Mf B; bat Clark -womM not reply to thai pig -} sV ... .... &lid rellabl. Inror..t..... .... gk TNt CHILDREN* FAVOKlTC TMII&,,
1 ear
; 11&4I..c.U_ rsddr arrulr8l11e"u. .
.. &II, Co. & Llee M1ro
,' . : ;_ T' ..,...I *... charge at aIL 't l ..alslafl 1M'wtsis C. WHITE, .A..e& ...waa. a' ianvav a)s. { +
E '! ., .. tIMtIt\ Ebtip.tte4tooth' De Democrats Want Seen ....fesatl greatly ....... .IoW psepta ,T II1. Mu...... Paamengey WI Agent J. CRAI0 rampi GO.ra. nL! J vie eeamp: P'l1_"._"V?,M s jrMl
'u PasiengerymL
;# =. rauaeief Dir ', tire .""'fbIWastwl I ..... I WDa1qtoa, M. CoI Ballard-Snow" Liniment. Co ,

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,;r Be JElsslmmee Valley Gazette Wade.the.tuner Orlando? I. Baby Carriages at W..t. OQ'..: Boers for County Offl&ra-, I : '%

TBLBPHONB NO.At., V9o pair at DalU1'.. 1'hon.14. For correct Tailoring call vn Stan, also: FUaUtyr, Judicial,. JTratmal, II ,

-.--TI .-l- ..._- | - :Wlokless oil Stoves: at WaAson's.. ,. ford. 1rfln"porfasiionf,., Bank and. Trust. \' GOTO"JWATSON'S: '
: Dr. M. 'Si Hicks 4tteaded.v CaruVval 'Bonds,, Real Estate and Insurance. '
; KVRKV Remnant
PUBLISHED KKI1UY Sale stillcontinues) ."
.J. at "- J. M. W1LL8OK< jr., -
'-- at. Tampa on WednobUayV '
: .- BT Aat& r 7 i

r .. POUND A. HAH III. e. Dr.. Thomas'son spent) Monday '1 last LoaT-Leather-pocketbook. contain . Buy your Bboes from Stanford. 'Iheo
" ; in Bartow.. . lug 920 bill. Return to C. BuckeU.L. >d reliable shoe man.

r .OHUROHV ,. E.-OTOfll"\!! \" All the latest Magazines.. at;y Dann's. C.; Conklln, of UM Klsslminee C. A'.'. Carson 'went!: up toOrlandaon 1'' '' fie

. N.taos.r OIlUIICII.-Pblac 4Mb A aYiatb Phone,14. Drug Co., spent yesterday: Tampa.., a business... mission at noon to-day.. WhenHARDWARE. .iiit Need of,
11 a.ra. ..nd' O. ''ftC"k. Prays mvctTncrr A picnic at Plnecastle wai .
... Tbun4 .venlnc at T p.a.. BablwtCoiiool attended yesterday! Quite number of our citizens have. 'Great Redsictiosi ,lr Feed.. .
. .:" ..dsr Wornl. by. a 'number_. of Klssloimea attended the May. festivities In Tampa ; FURNITURE.. t
. 1.7.0.ty Futor.BAPTIST people. .Good corn SI.43 per sack. . .
CKU.C.-O. J. Trier. t*>Mtor.;. Ilenry and Charlie Llghtsey of Battow - this. week ( salt, 120 Iba, 65o per; .&ok., Z :.. ., .
...t.aohtna.v.rr Sunday II s. m. an4 7 'Whittier 14
p. TO.Toons Samuel I B. Story of bay, Sl.lOv hundred. <
PaorU'i mcetinf '.10 n. m Similarvbool spent Sunday here. wi.h'elr. \ ,
9.16 a. n>. Prays mceilnt at.ty r Tbor- mother. . "--- [T3 town Monday and rode the Masonic ;Other feed in proportion.Gvia&tt.. ." CROCKERY.SADDLES ;
day 7 p. m. Visitor*Always ..'loom*. goat, that nlffbt.. .,,BHATTON. : A RNESS \\'r
.ICI"il'. . Fhonl 51 for good western and Flor : ,
wr. 1tPIWJOPoALCHt1I1CH.-Rey ttewM D. art
Mel.ors. T. Plcton Warlow and Louie Cheap Rate to Havana C..belaad .
& c14. Hrctor. IKrvle 'a1 ttho .. nn4 Hundor Ida beef, pork and couUon. Warlovr I ., '
otb. month Morning prayenr.Nrmonr4hotyenmmarhuaFlaa Overstreet. i. C. Massey of Orlando.were. here between t .Retitm.. OR BUILDING.I MATERIAL.
: 'oI4Nllh Evening!) trains "
Monday. .
proper and rmoat 7.HO o'clonk.Pazni7WXCLoscKDlvh. .' -FOR SALE:-Tha Steamer Polly and! .. Account Cuban Independence Day
: w6r.blpoo. Two Barges. For particulars. apply Mrs, 'J. H. Watkins of Orlando, who May Zlst, the AtlantioCoast. Line will I ,, :
.T.ry ftnt Sunday and .third Sunday lu *.nh to A. S. Qilbert..; has been visiting friends here for several sell tickets from all points on Its line -T :
.aniAu "0.nI1lC rrlr. at 11 m. a.. K.en- < days returned home Tuesday. in the State of Florida Havana andreturn :
Ins: ivrrlo at ItOO a. m. Huu fare 25
9 45 m. C. E. lorvlM at 41:1& Prof. J. atone plus cents for the ALL JrlARKEDCLOSB .
: a. p. m. PnvrfAMlni !" M. Ttaj left last. night for a GOODS
visiting relative _
Tbandar. eV etn -00 p. n. Bvrrbody bore for several round trip. Tickets will be sold only
three months visit to his "old' Kentucky
1a moat oordlalty invlted to attend weeks left yesterday! for her home In for steamers sailing from Port Tampa
.(rvloea. Mississippi.. . home..
May 15th,'17th and 19th, \\ILb.ln..1 return

At.L : UiTiDiuiic." 9upt-of, a. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hopkins left Attorney\ P. A.. VantAgneW went.. to limit. June 1st, 1904. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

..........- --- -- -- -- at tday for their former homeAt Arcadia I Tuesday to attend. to professional For further Information. or reservaytlons -

Official Weather Report. Dear Lake, Mi ch, where they will buslpeB8.____ write. or wire,

"'..A". TzNnaAics.-w.99 XNt>iTMUMBAT ". spend the summer. FOB SALE!-A 100.egg Cypress Incubator T. C. WHITE

. It"...,..". ,")..rr.rI/ 19 r
RLIntans-. last txei\td at Stanford's.Mr. :; . Apply at this otlke.WANTEDA e;
N aE. Yfu. I). p. draham Dead.D. '
.. -- and .Mrt C. ),1. Huxley both girl or -woman-white -...;. __. _-- _.- .- --
- of whom have been Indisposed for several ol' ulored-lLa cbambermaid and waitress. P. Graham was born In Statesvllle -
Friday .... .... .... III .11 JOHN W. .sLATER. '! N. C.. larch 21st 184.
days went to Orlando Wednesday mar ,.
..'II.d.'.... .. .., III n.auoday. .. J.
........... 1'7 II' .. for 1 one of the physicians A. E.* Bearden was on the lick list I rled to Miss Mattle! Strickland. ( In +'.
Y.nday .., ..... a' tYTn..d.y. of thatplace.Mt4t for a day ..ortwO'of the week but is Gainesville, Fla,, Oct 18th. 1870 and In i i
..... ... .. ?
/IN the 1878 moved to Springs
year White ,
able to attend to his duties
...... Ns 61 absence again.
an of a month or two
Fla. where resided until 1882
Tb..rod.. .... 117 113 they State Bank ofKissimmee
in Alabama J. T. Owens has returnedto
-- _. LOST.-A Bli\ck Crochet Shawl on when they came to Klsslmmeet then In
1. A. MI-HOW. P. M. \ I llicrc when ho Ie'II.\ few days agoua the ice factory and Shingle:: his death-May 1st, 1.9041Ced 69 ','
-- - )*lnir too rold for planting. the usual
Creek. Finder-will In
pleasre..urn\ to --
rates years. :
Our for tDssrtlon t>f advertisements
farm crop, ] Mrs. Llghtsey, at Stanford's store. His death was the result of an attack

among. the reading itmitrr ou 'IJ'inure II an fiuni 4Sc: to $5,00 each al May Standard Patterns at KaLz's.1 of pneumullla from which he suffered Offers Customers: ,..Every'Facility' ..
thin page] Is tn cents |>er line each Insertion. Dann'M. Phono 14. ... for two. weeks; the disease passing
Designers.R. .
>>0 through all the'stages from aslight Consistent with Sound Management.

---- ._, The colored citl/ens of Narcoosseehavo H. Seymour came over from MIami cold at first to a typhoid form in Its .
-- -'- formed Stuck and willvncagc
u oompany Wednesday night. to attend. to later stages when he suffered more ----- ,-
000004000000 : Inti.<> mercantile business, some business matters and to spend a than can be told. Throughout his illness Personal Attention to All Business lutrnsted to Us.
groceries and! pram loving their principal day or two among friends and rela- however, he was ever cheerful .
Local News. \ ] coniDioditicH. Their place of tives. and un-oomplalnlng maintaining. his ----..-'--- .
business "'111)] !I"* In. too old Pink house. well known disposition' to look -
2! lbs ice with freezer upon N. B. CARSON .,
> every buyof .
Matchol l Knees and Tn'rLlons-New! Graves & Graves. the bright side to the last; at the same or-
Sti Ion u; .U ::1!t'q.' time he was. grateful for the attention 2EZS!: vI
Capt. C. Mating attended the Cane given him by friends and manifested .
No rain yet.Bargains Thr P""MhYlof'r-Ian Stan:ay School Growers' Convention which has been that In word and by a facial expression .. L

In IUrnn .nU. at'. Katr1 will luilil I an ic'.,- ream Festival at the1test Itvsosslon, in Jacksonville Ibis week.W. .- I that; was even more forcible. ,
"( Room on Friday! evening May L, Van Duzor also expected attend Having lived here since the early -
Vow'' lot Pattern Hat\ at. Htant |'u'Tha"lngSOOIC' honks for the school, ment business. He as much of Its el.eand pt
l''II by urgent "sent up history as any one
School Shoe at guar an-
and It is hoped that. a liberal
patron- able "the Dlsston Devel- enjoyed circle of
I an paper on a acquaintance -
I.f'o8d. age will Iw given.ANtui meat in Florida, which was read be- among\ citizens and visitors Stanford

Perfection Cacoplps al GmGraves. \t.- .- i ( luHnotl. Sjioi'8 Sold only 1 lj fore the Convention. as any one; to all of whomhe H C. t

DruID, the Shoe Man. Phone 14. Special bargains in Pound Goods was known as gentleman/ possessing ,
NlmmlU is first to report a kind, sympathetic disposition,
Joe rile
| Mr I{. D. Fuller propilptoi of tho and Short Lengths at the Remnant ever ready to accommodate,.which begot .. '
peaches. Totiojwkalljra" has fenced off a part of Store. for him a warm place In the heartsof THe ..itf"V
Go to Randall & Craig's thus for the howl yard with wire netting for u A large number of negroes came to our people which was attested by Originator Issnunee;| '
fine Photos.Crush \eel park and han initalfed therein a Orlando yesterday from Kissimmee in the large cortege. which followed his Trices() In leis''

youngbuek which heA. .obtained down wltb the Klsslmrnee colored remains to the grave. '

White. at ,Haw's.t Kid Belts. In BUT and l !the gtrntlc"" !river uud sumo U much time admired ngo. It by is those quite company with base our ball colored team who team.came The here game to play was hill His cemetery remains on were Monday Interred.afternoon at Rose- Invite Attention' to Jli$ New\ !Ejcod$ '

t smoke Key West Havana, the best nho see it. called to order at 3 o'clock p. m. and ter appropriate funeral services at the ,

fie Cigar OD the market. Ton RENT Nice 7-room 11!at over lu the first Inning Klhslruinee! scored 6 Methodist church in which the pastor,

Just. a few mote days and the greater Vyllrj Gulte. ortloe. Apply at this while Orlando only 1 but Oilandotuen Rev. J. F. Bell, was assisted by Rev. Spring and Summer 1904. w .
of the will be over. office. woke up and played ball. They were O. J. Frier of the Baptist church. ,
nart agony to play five Innings but got into a He Is survived by a widow and one
FOB HKNT.-Seven room Hat over Frank Tatman has boon Installed as squabble and quit at the end of the son, W. S. Graham of Windsor, who '
the Valley Gaxette' office Apply| at RUiwrlntendPijt of the Electric Light fourth inning. The score stood 8 to 7 have the sympathy of our entire population In calling the attention of the public to my Sprint and Sum a '
omee.t \ Plant in place o' K. P. Dann whose in favor of Orlando. There In their sore bereavement.A .
was alarge
- resignation. mleied. some weeks ago, mer stock of 1904 I do BO with considerable pride,, conscious as '
both whites
!! & Craig make fine Photosof gathering of and I of the fact that it is far 4
Manila : wui Dectht'\ on the let Inst. We blacks to-wltne.a the Orlando am superior in quantity quality'and all
game few trunks left at. Watson's.Ballard'a
ohildrsn. Go to their tent and see taint ihiii !Mr. Tatman Is an ex perl- Star, 6th. The KI..lmmefJ'crowd claimto other points of excellence than that any previous season; and, '

the babies. I'II'c"I l electrician. having nerved eight have won the game by a score of 9 Horehouud Syrup. therefore I am battsr prepares to'take,, care' of the needsof my ,.
in that rapacity' in Chicago be-
The school children are of hojflnnlnp the comIng !' foi\PHI-B" ,!Duining to Florida. to 8.To Immediately relieves hoarse, croupycoughz customers. The stock is full. complete-every available inch of

to anticipate the pleasures I introduce our great Stallion, oppressed rattling!. rasping space in the store being utilized-therefore it will be' impossible

vacation. I Just received, Masons Fruit Jars- Perfection, we have decided to reduce and difficult. breathing. uellry.C.. in this space oven to mention the numerous articles that are' on ", ,
Corn plaints are being made that the i I H.V IJIM flozuu 1 quarts; 2 quarts DOc service to Fifteen Dollars during the Bte..rnt Druggist, ShulUburg, Wls '
: the shelves and counters in fact but few'of them'call: be
orange trees are shedding \their fruit per dozen. Waring & Uverstroet. year 1904. The charge is due immediately writes May 20, 1901'; "I have been ; a very i

as a re suit. of the dry weather. The tickets to be voted in .thl.'doun- after service felling Ballard's Horehound Syrup mentioned at all Special attention' however Is, called to the following -< '

lztle Gottwalles went down to ty next Tuesday contain 40 Inches ofprinted W. I.. VAN DTZOH & Co. for two that and have never had a lines: .
the preparation has given better sat SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS ,GOODS.-The ,latest
matter. Notwithstanding
Tampa )Monday attend the May festivities Capt. Frasure. responsible for a isfaction. I notice when I sell a bottle '
and visit a few days with\ factthat there has been much talk the andspeculation practical Joke at the expense of Dr. they dame back for more. I can designs, most fashionable paterae the most useful and wearable ? ., ., '.

friends { as to the ability of furnish average liuutefthat has already caused much honestly" recommend it."-. 2Sc, 600,11. fabrics are here:. No lady should buy materials for her'summerwear '
( country print shop to .
Robert Watson and William Mode- them! these were printed by the V.' G. the bloodshed reader--may of the judge Innocence when he of learns wbch( Sold by Thomason sit KObersoo.. before freeing these goods and getting our .prices.: Ask ,to I i ?

ley came home from the Kast Coast job department and we thlnkthose. who that the Doctor furnished the. gore but be showd our line of lawns. Special selections of these goods. l
Tuesday night and will reiftaln until see them will agree\ that the lob Is a no more of which will be spilled in like The people of Gainesville and patrons were made.. well as in zephyr and mercerized ginghams, Mad. f-' 1 !

after the election. creditable one even If herculean In manner as long a. he, \the Doctor, retable of East Florida Seminary will regret ras. and Danish materials for eight weight skirts and the latest __
imagination, or appearance. Hut as learn that Prof. J. M. Gall-
Beef to
Mutton Saturdays; Western his mental faculties. It seems ''t
creations in shirt waist material
every day, at. C. W, Griffin's. I to that matter our ability to print a the clover pill roller had expressed a Hams, for the past few terms superintendent ,
been confined job of that character limited only to desire to get away from the noise and of that Institution, has ten- ;LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.-Everything, for, all purposes .

JudlleJobn.ton his for some has time past with the length of paper. bustle of the city. and Into the quiet dered his resignation. to take effectat in all the latest styles-good, better, best in quality, yet,

to an attack room of rheum at'am, but. we are !I New Irish A Overstreel's Potatoes 4(>c per peck atWaring ,I solitude awhile of that the county he might, "to return rough with iL"fur a the closing{ of the present term.- but one grade in price, the lowest-not the cheapest for "cheap"generally '

pleased to know is Improving' i clea.rerbrain and a steadier nerve, et Gainesville Sun.New means inferior and this we da not carry in these goods,

Mrs. A. Gt 7.lppercr of Fort Gardner : The Woman' Foreign Missionary! I (Mteramany. times, according to the TOWELS. NAPKINS, BEDSPREADS, TABLECLOTHS
returned home Tuesday morning I Society of the Florida (ConferenceM ( aptain. who, ever ready to add to A very fine line and aleo fine Une material for window curtains.. '' e
several here with E. C. S., will hold lu. annual meeting the pleasure of a friend and to divide .
spending Goods :
after CORSETS.-The American (Beauty, in all ..tylea-lonitl.
in Bartow May 26-2U A number
her daughter, Mrs. W. ll. Johnston. his miseries, Invited him to his quarters -
of uro-nlnent visitors and missionaries at. the terminal of \the Sugar Belt. . shorts, girdles and nurses. There may be cheapsr-.corsets :on

New line of Ladles' Shirt KATZ'S.Ice will be present and add to the interest where the Captain spends his .. ll'bta. ..the market but there are none better. They are perfict, fitting
of \the occasion. Every auxiliary The invitation was promptly and joyfully AT comfortable wearers and built for long.service. '
In the state Is urged to send one ,
Cream Freezers you don't haveto accepted and all went well until .
& Graves. or more delegates. Ministers and they had retired. Then theDoctorhad I,
others Interested are cordially Invited, a night of "roughing It" that he
Political matter In plenty In this issue and all requested to obtain from their will not soon forget.. Mosquitoes in .Ajesit for

as such station agent. a certificate showingthat countless numbers attacked him; \they
but none the less Interesting for that they paid full fare going and thus came In squads, companies, battai sr |. Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies. '
Head all of them and take your the reduction on return ticket. "
fact. secure tout, regimens and brigades, and hay Shoes for Mem. '
choice. .Telly glassesMc) per dozen. War- log bradded their bills by previous W. L. Douglas

Mr. Prate, of the Arm of Randall & ing & Overstreet. frequent. attacks upon the epidermis of
out to the railroaders turned with to
phototfrwhors, went avidity
.. Craig Wednesday and photographed By reference to the Council proceedIngs the tender skin and sweeter blood of ..4
Narooosiee on number of scenes aroundthe published in this Issue It will be II the ansuspecting victim whom their .J . ., \
"Polo*"a for Mrs. E. N. Fell Keen that the City Council has .taken friend the Captain, had brought. out I
the initiatory step towards Increasingthe in search of diversion. And such a

The Rev. David D. Kldd church will\ hold capacity of the Electric Light.. : diversion he got; at. home be could A. CARSON:: Pr*.l..... N. G. BRYAN. S* rtSf7.
services In the Episcopal on Plant, the inauguration of a systemof have enjoyed a peaoefulsleep all nightlong
Sunday next. Morning prayer, sermon water work. and for street improvement but. there he couldn't enjoy living '37: :e: E
and holy communion -- by directing the Mayor'.0 .. -every breath was a torture. However .
Evening prayer and sermon at 1:30. the proper steps for calling an elec as all things: must. end, so It was
line of tion" for bonding the town for these with the Doctor a misery and the Captain '
Stanford has an up-to-date Co.
\ Waters & Carson Grocery J JC.
These are Improvements
Men'. Hats, Neckwear, &c. purposes.necessary to the progress of the town I enjoyed's enjoyment.the "diversion"as he says as much that as he ,

'Dr. E. Molver Law, of Dartow, was and we are pleased to see the step ta- the Doctor did thus proving; his unal wh.1..t. and .tan Dea1en f, .
lu town Wednesday ken. At the proper time weshallhave, loyed friendship for him-by doubling
a view to locating lieprospecting was favorat more to gay on the subject.. his joy in furnishing the "diversion"and
with \the outlook and THEY TOUCH THE SPOTand GROCERIES
blv Impressed In "sharing his miseries" when :
: long. Photographs of babies a spec'alty. .
here ,
will probably move he learned of the horrible time the
Randall & Craig's tent., next door to
Dorothy Dodd the ladles .hoe, has J. W. Thompson's; store. Doctor had of It. so do bur hundreds of 41k

the Phone style.14. At Dann's the Shoe Man. Kissimmee had a small pox scare Cure Couahe ad Colds other There a remedy here for :: .COUMTY AaBNTS POS f '.: :
week which however has subsi I = rt
last 625 .
Mrs. C. Peterson, Lake Street
Mill Emma Munshaw, representingthe ded. It seems that Hicks the keeper Topeko, Kao.aaaa. ).: "Of all cough all diseases to which flesh is I H A YGRAIN CRATES f: '?' ; _
Cable Piano Company of Jacksonville of the colored restaurant was sick a remedies \ '. Horehound Syrup heir. Their high quality, I Celebrated Fertilizers I

has been stopping at the Tohopekallffa few days when he was seen'by one of Is my favorite; it has done and will do freshness and efficiency enti- 1 .

during the past two weeks coven organs the physicians who gave it as his opinion all that is claimed for It-to speedily ties them to be called positive L .
Ing which time she. has sold that the disease was a mild form all coughs and colds-and It Is sad Frie' .
and four pianos, which not only but. of smallpox. About the same time cure so sweet and pleasant to .the taste 260 cures but our claims are mod- i -w mr .......1&04.. A"INtI. ,

attests her ofas a saleslady three cases were reported among the boo and 91 bottle, at Thomason& Rob- est.Your ,',
the! prosperity peoplea as well. turpentine\ hands of W. D. Johnson erson's. own'judgmentwlll tell .t .

Randall Craig for fine Pho near Narooossee. The State Health that this is the best place '
to you
all styles also views Board was notified and an agent came, i SIDES: : FURS WOOL
make ; ,
tos. They *.. examined the patients and the suspicions to buy ,
of af the local physicians were by

MI'.Le wls Shiver showed us yesterday him verified. Precautionary. measures DRUGS AND MEDICINES $ Ooxxntrar :3P2rod.-u.oe: a, peoiflwYt9': ., ;
the antlers of an eight prong buck were taken to prevent the. spread of f
which his wile killed last. season with the malady by disinfecting the premises and your physician will tell \

s rifle while at fuU speed and at. a distance of the patients. vaccinating those you to have prescriptions. filled '
of 40 yards. W"hen'-we remarked :- with whom they bad come In contact. here.KISSIMMEE. # )
upon the lucky shot Mr. Shiver Informed The disease Is of a very mild type rf
,i us that It was nothing tinusal and no fear need*be entertained of Its ALL .KINDS Olf V \ *, Ill.,
," her and that when ia the field after further spread. '
jfr-tor .
to. bs> very caret A JOB 'WORK: bONE;, AT :'THEaIir '. '
: -lul et.hibb.him la securing It.'T ..- Photograph of Orange Grove, tPop. l! DRUG''' CO ; aft -
The antlers have been mounted andpreserved Houses,Horses or anything you want ""' -. ..: .t ''ZEtr'II"T't""lr't:: :,
nswmento of. her skill taken lathe way of views, at Randall 't '
as :\ v'
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,I ,. ...,,[.:.1 I I I r I'' i s aPPVERTY I : I::) tills with' time UriE', ; :_"_ OF THE WORLD'SFAIR, ::_ A' man JThlnk In Philadelphia of 'your Oarber who .fcad e

!' fretful and insult-
been proverbially
the ancleat. !
IN JAPAN Had lag to the barber who shaved him. *aid;
our 1'1 '
handed lift St. Louis' Nearly' mm; ''whose only .excuse was that he was
; Exposition of 1904 at 1
: led tCJ relleve -
pawnbroker, very nsrrous. was,. !finally ; ,. ..

'Wretchedness toRe Seen in the raised a ,Largo "pAny Predeceissor--Magnificence. I 'IL his uncomfortabUness l>y count" ,l I I'
f brass : ins tie number f strokes that it took '

ft .' tum$. I t. ,Told garments pipe not ,. b ,JLs Qualify? Which )'4ost. Appeals !jmm i to shave him.' .,. 'I"

4 ,, money-He1" ,", To his great surprise) be found that
_ -H-: the the Exposition' at Chicago BuJ'n. for In lbs (flstanco three t'all''
1 entrails or : Columbian\ ::: ; It took .5t strokes to shave him when
COII'ICPONDIMCE' : LONDON MIL! catles lea', 'and tumble from' 'their
f4 for food. may which was the last adequate measurement \ lie waa fairly. calm. and morwien
i ; com- of our national resources, and the source beneath the Terrace of Statesandthe '
: dL-: ::: 1 :: 2 2 JLJJaL ] scrap (rein of Hall of Festivals. he wu In a more .nervous ,
tbeso.bc ( resources of other nation Tbe' barber informed him :that Jie

O OHIO;.;Japart.Deeper: than family and are ---'-- Manuring tile gondolas are mon had frequently' shaved men' so ..relt.I. ... :
Venice .
attired lu..tba picturesque costnmea'o t-
j( I jV ever plummet sounded Jn Providence!' TRANSMUTATION AT TUB FAIR.fcntratnursf In ... sad nervous that It took nearly
of the' Italian water city
L o'T 6 the ocean 'of poverty hid day : ,. d _ _- coo razor strokes to shave th ur, -and
command of tIle launchel
) speedt II.r. ..
S( X human ,woe have f de- claim his thaaks at that.
"with- Cars"Pe J ",ttrat Every Section skilled electriciansand direful pilots. "
& -ow' -acndedMro1nth.metrop. Tit* .. been c counting
The gentleman
sur of ..Roller: Chir| Mean white hundreds of automobiles
t' Usof the, Far Ea t. and found'tbe wretches\ as Exposition the strdKes 'ever since and< by this
j .,!orld') poorest poor. Beside these Impossible to. : Col Tr nsf>ort. .Visitors Through-Hx- : reach points.-not accessible from- the simple dVrlce, hM greatly 'benftttedhis
033 Intramural or the 1>00 ill on the Ingoon.
"' fclbtt. Are NavlgaLed /
starved subjects of the Son of Heaven never relent Palaces--Lasooivi to the great delight -
() and 1 BO do roller. chairs and those fanciful nervous system
?. :who cower outside his palace .walla, above: ; ' by Picturet un. CondoUs.Tran } of'hls faJthfuF' barber. Thereis

tbeubmerge4 tenth of London, are Until ( ltloli of. "i>ortnfon! cilltlvti at tliu' rOltVI'/lII. *It'CS,10\' -II1"'J from|n.Japan. (
'bon, vivants. apt the groveling- Ruse winter, one ( ) ) \ 4 tans of Gork ". out bed / -
< ) night refuges the '
: \ Mip- and np-to-dnt3 1111 are other featuresof i to study. architecture I 1<< of the great: ,
spoiled-Children of fortune. get I
) hale. greatest of till exposition buildings at'lliolr' and who Salt.
leisure emit Was Also
tVJiat I have seen I doubt it of a .JRpoh<- \
I the Electricity; :<4 the prime motrer. nswltnexsed tnl'n' their time In 'doing the Frtlr. A burly old skipper and his mate
has before"me must be had. !
;" } seen ::: I from In the I Intramural Hallway.iintoinoblh'H : Nor have
the little ones been forgotten / Into restaurant at Southamn-,
went a
Jho existence of of .
such absolute wretchedness plunderer ) '
\ {(' mid eloctrlcInuiU'lip's T n for there are hundreds; of baby and ordereda
Is not revealed to the tourist. capitalist ; ton. says the inglenook] ,
suspects night.: He 1 '! : ;( I this the Inguoii, ; yit I tbe itictur"Mijue jln- push carts for rent by tbe hour ..o "table dott" dinner. The waiter with
anOjthe ordinary'resident Itflot..t ::
from \ << : rllvKbnfl, the couifortiiblc. roller chnli-w that entire families can be t nnxport- considerable !nourish, placed a plate of
all. If be has beard some wJiJspc -.
and the poetic 1 ..011<100] .*, iiropelled) 1>>* ed from place to place without undergoing
; .of of nl ( thIn wateryiooH4ellquld' before
the dirty. <
dolorous regions: near at
: the hand of man, arc well In evidence. fotigne. .
lIanlf.It IlL not to be even \\ / of them.
regarded ns politic
For varied ride
pIcfureHqnenosS on 4
f too Inquiring. Not by any possible covering. ' Intramural has In - - "Hi. me lad. wot's this stuff'?" f'
t the noMJs, eiuul the
chance will the guide or friend conduct silk quills for I t from ODD 'THINGS ON "THE PIKE." shouted the captain -gazing in awareI I
world. central
.. Starting n point
? the'f Isltor. to the quarters where joy ore too THE! WORLD'S PAIR'S meat at the concoction under- hisnose.

!:Is"life's unknown quantity. bridegroom l MIDWAY. .
than' any ever conJurod Alnddlu'Alump
Slamming In Tokio is for tbe rogu.laUoh advance and sev the vlnltor, IN curried" IJ.MWPPII. Voice of Creation and the man whoutters "Soup, sir..' replied the waiter.
t traveler the same aa if In London sleep the. {' of "Sou p! shouted the old sea-dog.
4 an other'structures equal ( it. .
be "-went to Soho without .exploringthe' either the : and grandeur the one A Hood thouRand "Soup. Bill" turning: to his mAle "Just
::: on, maJrI1I1U1Ip.1 I of fifty gallons ofwate'r
Bast. None but regions of comparative refinement of sev bizarre habitations of every' minute. think of'thatr 'Kre's you and m. 1.

.. prosperity lire shown because pear until I the ( I \ rote 1I1001I1Ir'; on I tbo otlipr." I'voni the loft A ride hundred. of miles In a real been sallln' on* soup all our JIves and
S. +-She Japanese are proud of their uniVersal he loss of 1 his I /::: never mowed It till now.' ,

' ) reputation for cleanliness for felt. There : ; .
artistic surroundings and for a poverty' when P'JIII II ''' I : : "#

that is always smiling, well- the quilt t to FlT3"">rm ni"ttv' <'ured.-of Nn Kilo.orfltrVoTI'r.pp5attr .' n r'tmtN .
rtr't duv1" u < ,
;Cashed and safely]; removed from\ ac he f'1I1I1Hltt I : 1 1I 1I .nlle.tor.r.llrlnl! I hottii-anit trp tl wfrPr. ....

tual'want.jNevcrthelcsg. >rovcr! nml I \ ir. II. Ki fxt, I'!,11.., Pa

Tokio and other cities cutler Is f11111 ; Orra.;ional'v' a Rirl, rnnrlif lirin .hw ..
liavc their: nodal purgatories their Few of the( : ; "nt. to mirrjbut thn m.jnnlr mntryberauM !
Sargasso seas of living, brtnthlns;;: ,,\'rrI't/::: \ : : t ihrv ,ilon't; ant to i-Pnnn miixlc.Auk .

1).1 clothing] : : ( :\ : ; I
,wrcck and drift. In Tokio not fewer Fn..t-"a..
Tour tiSSi.P Kiff 1I..a'
than 200,000 people seldom if ever. of renting! Is ; I ., (',, ,
A ""...d.r. Hr. it( tll .t; Cure: "'
Icc6w of a cCl.talntyV'bl'ro the neces'sltles nf'niii! (0vi: !TI ( ; : I'.nnlno. Swollen. .Hot. <"..1 l l 1,5.1... \"..hln rSwoUHfu
of the next: day will come from here nue\; BO' \ ;! t Fit nnd Inerowlnc Nnll. ,M1<'n'. 4

and throughout the ]land the great majority a few rot I nil I Fn".F...... m.lci't-rewrt liZht. sb'1i'. .sew... At i iI
nil' PniBKlot': and Kilo tor t, SS *4 Arent ,I
are too poor to cat rice. The ONt misery.Nollilnc: I no .,iihulltiil". :Hnmpln 'usti., 'il I'aic.

high grade rice grown on the ..IslandsIs : thai: < : : ; .'t .. AUtlrem, A.lln i. ()lm.I,.,I. I.f liny: X 'm "
5' '
exported: almost to the last sack COllie tO'l I bill, ] , ; I A m m,.H man Who' o"n< sri milmno'Vei ' i'I
and Inferior rice Imported for those From tills \ : I |' i i. II. a position. to aniuirr, a l Io uf "I{>crncr. -
who can afford It. nice Is not In every sen\ enger s c
-bowl, as the tourist fondly imagines.jIawe food and they !; :? ; . t- I Th. Wonilorrul-----(-.r..-... Noparatnr.Don . ,.,
comb. Hap: !: : I :: t ". .
spent days and nights In the I ,ita work .in I,1"r11,1"; \ "! ,
midst of this inexpressible: residue of with bail: rice \ 1'avpn ,Ida., I per cent l.ullfi,, \ t till
> .
from : > : 1 > The rldiriil: lr 10.... ""'c,,' ,JIIIK! to
scraps | < ml Japan In company with a brilliant na- .1 I"-.1.!*&... A':, :; pro ,
", w s3' ". when
., ... 1275 >o $8 00 rh. and 'n' i'C
from rest I u
the sociologist who, like scores of his mi ,,11_ 'e". "' tM'. ,..;: S 'v"Y..... ., thiTVMitb
odd. : .:v.- . ,; .. . 4L.N' "; harp one you would 1 1 not |>.art '
.3'R fellow students of men and things, be- queer .r for fifty limes it. rrait.JTST .
,JIcvcs-rUat Japan has left.Its good hand food : srxn. rnn "nTlrr \
days of'general happiness and general language; ; ( of CITY. :MAXUFACTfKES: : ; : : ) lil:: Ul'ATlON: AT Ill\VO1U.1VS F.\t! with. So. .mmp, forr.oitse to the John .

;coop: fort Corever 'beblnd. and Is enter- for every kind ; : : ( "" .. 1'nrrlnme ]Kxpomtion.; A. Seed ('o., Jj> ('ro...., Wia' ant|
I .
junk that Is fet their big ntaloipif. f\ilr! cI.h'"l1lh",
: upon a sordid and merciless age
ring revn.rkiible Cream Srparator. ami htin-
.3'r 'of Industrialism. In which its people This Jni-ROii Is eyes comes the low hum of wheels niul t train: of Pullman, c.irs. drcda of other tool unit (latin teedi uNd

r<;J5not) fitted by temperament to compete he shafts' proving:; the constant: activity Cboni"' of ]1X)) tiilklug birds at per- by tlit larm..!r.JAC.L.:: ; .J]_ ,

,?and whose proletariat Is. more- core to learn of In Die main palaces that is a feature ;"ect liberty.Fire If people were compelled to lire mice to ,

over far too intelligent and too proud reezlng and ; ::: the of this Exposition ; from the right. engine and horses dash 5OO feel their, thought few ineo would iao. tba .!

tojbe exploited by capital. He is cryIng and dine on are weird notes of Dilt-ntul'-iiiuslc and tIe, under roof to tire. ocrv to sing in pub:.".
out a warning to Japan that her Poverty has : voices of the strong luugcil' calling: : attention Heal waves lireiik on a real\ beach' - -_ ,,,

;: *ep.t t at the council table of the powers icre-1U last 's"S' ;; litiS. to tile fantastic.. .sights that are one nille from spectators.Man WOUI.D'S FAIR ST. I.oVI"Loata..lJle "*.

Is.being paid for In the blood of her I,. "r"" : for \\'ltl1ln311..*. Vp grade\ ( xpeeds lime who_ carves lIu",;..>. 011 a single

citizens not expended ns they would >lIes. roomy and gaily decorated. motor cars, grain of rice.Submarine. I and Nashville It. 1\ Short

pour it forth cheerfully in war. but In To and around the Iirown, stone building*, bont sinks under real wa eat Line, itch Time and 8rr..k...

factory and on farm In shop and In Senhtor \ use. which were conJtrv.eted: for Wa hlns-; tl'r'Itb people., Round I trip seaman, .h'I-d.' ) and nfte..a-

office. a blow at the (! ton Lrnlverslty and 'adopted by time One how with :300 houses, twenty- day ttckaU will "txi sold daily from all points

"Think for a .moment be cried recently roductlda In '- \' World's Fair,' past the Hell of Congresses tw. > str-ts Ca eleven airea. I tMClDBlia ..'1'1126111. Very low rate Co o.

: as we looked at n Japanese battleship designed to : ::: past the domain of pbysiual Men of war run by electric motors Zxauraloat tlokU sold May IGtb and >Ut.Hpcclal .
raUa mad
In the offing what a multl- of that deadly' , / uhture,- tbe great; Stadium then on large water expanse::: ".. 1>oD" ulMtba for QrvatMt military Fair oa time applica world/

ude of our tiny rice fields It takes to Mr.. West's i the through debit of blue grass near the Itellcs from ihe Golden Temple of. baa aT.r knewn. Ask for tickets Tla tba... L.av ,

t support such a monater and then remember shall be \ the Filipino Village, hround time' massive Bangoon. I' .-". J . N. )t. B. "

that our people cant afford year to sell, ; ) 'Palace of Agriculture, across trestles, Theatre of flowers; conception of a rates For of World'a hotels and Fair boarding llUratnra.hoiuw with .list nohed-and
or> explode the other and Into the "woods.
; 'to'eat' rlee-! ; up grades woman now dead. ulM, cost of tlorcta, its ping' '''' at>aa. aAd
But whether or not tbe last state of rIdge or other Sklrtlno the domain of SUto buildings JapancHe rooxters with tails ten to nil l.DtonaaUo apl.I| to

': ,Japan be worse than her first, let ns same, or an ] he the train nears.lbe Art 1 Palace, tap a twenty-five feet long. J. O. MOLI.ENBECK.: H
Plat. fui. Agent AlUuta, a..
other \ central point back of the Festival lIeu H
to Darkest Fire
.proceed Tokio.We will visit engine oi.ce.pumped, by GeorgeWasnlngton. . .
.. -- -- - - .
mlte. and. Cascades! enters a forest again
that; Shltaya:: quarter which Is close After a vnunr man haa ...1'.<1 nn '. girl
the explosive] na past ttfh drops down( behind the (Joveranient .
by beautiful TJyeno Park. Ztinl indians dance' the mask the at least three tim" she imifiiiea "timers l
: Tokio .11 so vast; It Is such an 1ra- owder. The ; \ 40 Building, to the level once more. flute and snake dances. an odor. of orange blnomma: in trift. air. ,

:: dense sea of sheds that from the of not more In decided contrast with thin over- Eleven settlons of arcadcd bazaars

highest point on the clearest day one fine and { hlll-and-dale ride! of the cars Is the passage of Sin mboul.: tabbing Mra. Wlnnlow'f,settee Kuma.reduonalanainina-SoothlngctyTup forehlldran

can see but a fraction of its area-bat ates the act ' on :launches and gondolas Children ride giant tortoises with lieu Sils).P.OUre.w1ud "oUI'2611.. >otttAfkrr
:i 11... are fifteen districts of mean any damages from I through the lagoons that thread Jh"I bridles and tilts.Devi .
who uses : a man (geta to be about an old inuranc -
streets. The cracy: ;: structures called the main picture. For the" "e voyages the ; III'.rtbe strange medicine solicitors cease to trouble: him.
bouses; which are In reality;: .heds.'are of the bill's panorama on either" side Is a "1I1"'sl
'strung along In a series of dilapidatedanil This .. : nn- of emerald banks studded with medal Cabaret lira ant. the Parisian haunt Ph.o.Cumr.cannot be too highly< spoken ot

_ : *flit by ..compartments.: To. folk as and radical ; ) this. lions of flower beds and In the !background of the HohemUns. .n,a oough.cure.-J. W. O'Bniix.Jan.522Third 4
eviL \ .nu.. $ IItnn.spo&faMtmma.I . i. 1'JUU.
_ poor; ar, those who live here. cleanliness growing was majestic facades and column GAllery of famous Irish beauties.

_ ; ; so .dear to the average Japanese cannon CrI1 the A transformation .Kcene In wltnI'RIlt'.I i Fashion from period of Uoiuau. Colonies A man iun..LPCarpeta ia never ..ttid--III-b.; ;; attend; Is.bove godliness. Is oat of the the hundred since when the craft passes Into the iiruiul: to the present.HREPL.ACE aia own I-;'
try at each 'r. -- '
i -c-
- QU. oo In this city .j ; : WHAT SINCTRITY IS. MOTTOES.-- can be colored, on ILe floor with
'!Tie wails are decayed and full x>ferrvlces I .. ( hADUucw I>TKH.

: and cracks the roof leaks, of pel-sens : nn.l Tl>.. 'nnR..lnn.n. unil Annly.'* of iii.MqiIvr .. A F...r Tho' II............ th. AV.I1. of W.II. ; 'bijlt
'broken to wound l \ } of 1-lfc'. &i1Ln4.Love People who co ie to wurj. are apt
and.! there .Is moss and tiles ives, anil A'l / Known lien.Above to III hoJI4re..f\l1l\ of boles or patched nfllcted \' (' contains no complete, and lasting the llreplnco In the home I Ie -' > !

.with newspapers the.mats are ragged peril that night happiness In the transparent atmosphere usually a motto, ii9i-'if people have-any I
r dirty.and mouldy.; There Is font w'tei'In' day filing of iionpffallty. for tbosr'Vho; IT COSTS ONE CENT
- prompt ,. and of perfect slnre-rlty. To the 1 enter their
the streets and a still fouler stench hoiue It I III one of ", elcbllll.' '.
_ '10'the air whose source Is often visible .kill.There. .. The point of this sincerity lore( Itt. but sn I Sometlmea tile motto bus seine particular Wr1. us ''.

dead "] no experiment; wo live In expectation, slKiilllcoiiee lIlllsiflMIJll
to tbevejve Frequently one sees regc.nllng the
_ rat- 'to the roadway but for fear. of the aetna' : ". : und and our word, acd kisses are only; thems ,I\'es. These are a fewQthat family .v;, :': I :;; i::: .
'' respect to tb ) no provisional. Rut Is not on recall" II will do all that ...
sincerity decorate
\ possible the for h.
'th.; plague they are quickly m.d.a of 'lllce w411 lls: of weIJ.k lown 'r"n dlnello. -Itb smuapi.. '.,, "5lfltin.
pl'OI. :- between trained f ,
Way with. After : ';\ flatatln urTMurr.aeJKtitfnl ..ArUatr7elf i Uon. the ", ( '; ) :: arfm consciences!' Moreover, it is not In Mark Twain's drawlng-rooto is all Rtr.ei. ATLANTA. would be '
well-to-do' Tokio. Shltaya Is tho .bom. : ; enongb that these consclanceH should one of bOllllltallt, ,.. "The ornaments of _.

_ _ I tnajion of .>dsolatlon. aad Lea4- r. /: lip be such; this Is requisite besides. If n house are the friends .who frequent
,, J40 l trJib/JtoJrj$;: ; ( >f ithetl"abodes" ; 'To17i. : t ;;' : << they sincerity Is to become natural I and essential !'- It." Small Potatoesresult

_ _ .may be rented for-from twenty 1 v was -that the '' Horse' races : almost equal, of the sam extent tbo Lord." was time from
I. w. legend'above lack ofPotash'
?- ii.f; to;twenty-five!' pence per atJa..bqf' ( aUM"e f8ft.-> .._"a same quality and that the love thatinites at Chauncey tbe fireplace a ,. ,
: fjt'ere tf- houses 'so fine thai they costs soot Day is : DepeWs ;:
and $ them shall be deep laid;! house at Ardsley.
; Hut it is be
my Impossible to sincere Andrew
Carnegie has
is daj". "To IfforA on* ot -\I1H. tAnee of .' an affection ft
: .. to 'rlth others betor. to be sincere
; learning for legends of alt kinds |
J Ai rialTa ..a.sldircal.aavarai famtH.latsJso and deecrip"lions.
) :
yrg -
[ '
teems nr
. <<
toward one's self. Is
but ,4.l
tWebdta1Obb: for .cOnomy: ; they figure mainly In his li
.o, club toa ..
4 a me as oa \
in the
the of
.only consciousness and analysis brary-upon the walls, soil. Potash
.,:-t; ". foriWarmth, In wloter. all taae tile lee ceilings, sofa produces -
_ .
Ihe motives of .11 life's actions. It
liaads rbwdliig'"to' ;Btiv>r on *_ mats. pillows and backs of chairs. size and quality.
a thing nn )
'Js'. the sslon of this consciousness
: ;: expi: Upon the bael .ot a
UbareoWl. always to be sftocded queer leather
pot ; op-
I' I ory.of, |3lvng color bat Is able later to before the W. htm
l on. lay bolstered chair Is painted
"theW to* In
luxary gold. "Sit
.; iS'i and heat Is a great I question took : v.1 sableb..ku
k"wUI.u..s fye* of tbe being with whom be Is thee down and rest:*' In his little lft
.:!r da7s.. miles out on : .,' peeking the happiness of slo rlty.- daughter's which
." t', UK tarns' In warming handa. at aITTw ne.sed4l" : : nursery upon u tiny chair ijaala mor.
tur- from Maurice Maeterlinck's "Sinceri
''t blti.cli >f Sa rTi. few ch nk*. .fiismqnlderjn that this Is limb : are inscribed the line. "Love mo lit. fully the In-
- ) ,a bed pf.Mhesn'plperleaner ,. has ret ; I ty and Love in the Century. I tie, love mo ]long." tilkiag,ala.

-- '''has'' of Fetaab.We .
'I Cenncbec .l -
da.Y. 'J l1tl .his ,hOfleaq I ] .J_..... Ilomrt 1ft thelu w..rte1'I I I'ul in the Trat.. will
TetUnlll/O '
: \} UI ,tp.n4 n o. ; I 1 pub- I ;,1iUl tbe reut !KlUerlu itmiUj A great crowd 1'1110 iisnfinlle to fret arad I them* '. >'

jILrthing.psi.rchae. 'orniao1.a. nt. ,arl'P1* : l 'wa4)mt'owtt'opet' to the imbUff.-'i\ There chevr the boy Prince Alexander on his farmer whe say : / '

; kiM .orjoup.atoc;k oi1.uel:$ tobaccoto I have ,castle leud- 1eastjje'ue'op.tati.u .'tota, of.,1444: write* far $
aD" pft'l1iaJ'll'" ".'Utl. flsbh1cb,1f rillate the Pole tlio loslfr J athurI&.id'59, (<< .aqIJH.sU) arrival at Uelgntdn by steamer. ""'by then. ,
f. reekle... he will eat raw wIth I The ea.tle."U gltx>rla. n continuous Russian line from do these people no much n6ise GERMAN KALI
bonfJrtcI1.II.,:. Deobll't.1"' flribzt*(and 1 1I tfth rn"tt> f was )loscow to I'orfr.ArlhurofJEHaa: w$ies; when they see roe?" cried little Alexander. Se. T kS 5.....Siewa. ? i

I JtIW1J1r"fert.p or..JD II,1h. ctfletot.L 'G1U tO'"tt!", :: [*cr> 4iil time new triln! *: A laxvltlcbjviii: Bemuse they LIve you. my *05.5.,is-s HS.. BN. 5*.

'tie. worl4. P'7- enormous prkrIflTh24L th ex.II sln runnliii4hls'suui'fiier( x'lir'ulveirtually little BOH." Inuiipdliiti'li'! litf MniOKtspning \ &

". eed..err-.ooc1 day; and perbapl I Ih atel tIr B, II : .a tAn rt-B rjHct': from I'nrls out of Hit! minister'. unns, .4ij -

wurIt'0fb iip, temg J .. $i'., '.> PorU afbnr. ;AbtflUtunce; of T t tilles > culling, out, "They say you love! me. .

( sbopht.: ..metralIbt., .:. ; $ M. 'weOjijBnes// which Is over Show we your love by throwing, all

_ _
told tisikThmes.-From.' Jnmrs W. Luv )'o ?'liaHi Iiito, the; "- tl'r'!' The tints dydpo.j a. ij :
:; ::
Pf ) :A TW ( -
.. in the : White City of Death." fZbu : "

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SERMON FOR >S'UN .q\'t' mlnfl.; iiPthat igu1ieit' wind i touches II J thsmei4iaaIse 'TRICKS'QF"C14)MPION ...
able>Q tell) tae. stsny-of than* w.J5 -.'. . a, ,, 5 1 sis' Wa..i.. ...... .01fn
: little Jichen thchimgs. to>> the ton. in (jbeu "m'RU-NA* J. If.\ ) ,
/ .. One of, ,Hlf MoB 'ucceaaful Wap4 I ft
... .
wall; "root and all and all in' *1K" How?
ELOQUENT DISCOURSE: BY THE' then:.b.n human wisdom answer for me Faint In Preser! >c ,lof jWJddlna"Party., i !: t J i1fi f { Ka aJN\ T8. ;- J'I
: ,REV OR, DVTHtLO.; those awful questionings concerning origin A frmad-itn.a.ladyba.Jtatoom. to .

and duty and destiny which I,reasoning .
light ron tie detail ot which muck

: '- ..Teotnea and tlors Every and and immortal feeling, tinning must know aad suffering What lore mortal of ,time mod,care, must have, beta expended SAYS THIS' BEAlJTIFUt. 'YOUNG: OIRL.J '

Man .D..... s>t .'1'1..... In Rill '.Ion* man will unveil to me the fsee of the great' and yevtne profits amounted only .*dtn*> Cry Whleli HsMikosa IIImt God ,jny maker* and lLasc.tJae, 1" ,aloud to SB. ', ...: _. : ," i.. <, V . *%ftI
that IDs throne
HI.flab.** Destiny. What enwraps mechanic skill will suffice for unraveling ' A man, who. 4uCr1be4I'dmaelta.; ; a .',

NEW YORK Crrr.! Dr. "Howard"Dial. the dread secret of,this dark woof I fhlp's mechanic: ,. called ,on the lady W- 4

eId. pastor of the Old First rebytrian of.-evil which is woven into human eipe-.. ather "residence at J"uUey! IIdis 't4--.
Fifth ri.ncefVh.t, scholar: ,' though) be have '
avenue and Twelfth street
most latUnat'knowledge
a o|
drunken at Castalian fount can '
'. ..". He Sunday took hie on text }from I'oqtnaen'an Jeremiah<1 ". tread with me every the brink-t>f-the srive, and the'' family, anti stated that two .et- If ; .' ;_ \4

: 0r. Duffield soldi ' 1 peering down into that .b... of dreadful) tens had been found In a berth on a

It Is. hejaltjiful for us to'.test; our hopes night. give me any assurance that confined O.r, &.t1Tlner duet will rise resplendent in some resurrection '
a* experience shall test tb.u1for us
; ; -ruorrow. Squarely.'individually' and im- morning! ? What pupil of the moat -brother -who were In Australia. He

,. let u* face the challenge of Jer cultured Gamaliel eec sit bY my bedside in aid'that-ha had been to the London ; M

,., the prophet) "If thou rsnnest with the hour when, heart and flesh are failing office of these, gentlemen, the addresses "' -'.- 'Si.'p..
ind set one single stir of hope aglow in the tJ, .
footmen, and they have wearied the,
of'wbom"he and added
how canst thou contend with ? i dark midnight that gather 'around 1I&e' ,
Mrs. L. C \ Let u* first study the pursuit of hope.happi:., Jut one star beam to tell me' that tieyond, that he "bad been told, to, call on her.' .

ident ... Th pursuit of happiness i* intense the c'oud pod darkness ere the many man as a telegram had come' atklnc forth ;

universal and rightful. The pursuit .ionl&-01 Jan eternal home that yonder letters to be forwarded at once. '"
Woman's happiness has enlisted the unweaned waits a father'* welcome te love and lie-lit (
of and joy ineffable Moat majestic are Jhe.achievements He said that, ore third mate of the' *
of the the most of tnenthroughout: all < "*.......' '. *" +
one Pleasure surely a very of intellect.. liner had the i Utters, :and gave the I I V

have been problem to solve. can be Greek tragedy tell us how King Edipu )ady an address In Hamburg to write "

difficult thing to win .happiness. Brave at the close of life heard a cry-a strange to. He added! that his expenses': .. bad '
using Lydia bonnv M ibis pleasure house-of an weird,!"-"imperious .summons far off, yet > "
table in which we,live. Daxzlmg bright >. near in .om.'di.lant world, yet close st been .,3s.. which the lady C..h1m. IV
Compo&i Vanity Fair of a world in which the hand; voice that drew like gravitation. promising to communicate with hint

.. DEAR Mm. of n .- ried ,. Its wares are moat seductive; nature which allies him with besven'sthrone
\ for several% are its traders and eager faced its hear at times 'Just. such a cry resounding there wasno much third mate and. t *
blessed my of buyers. Behold the shimmer from some distant. ; sphere evfn such liner.It *vj

4 bmd a ) flasbof its tfems and the" rich rustle ol from that spirit realm wh* h is Ins. true le perhaps due to unlvjer**! education Y fiL,4"r if -V
and could not soft silks) Hearken to the sweet note fatherland, yet near within his very soul, ft
less I be its him his that frauds of this nature are
could music and the golden chink of it* that beckons to highestdestiny.
me, but after nl! Lend your ear to the rhythmic beat "Oh, soul of man awake awske, shake Increasing ai opposed to crime. of

eral months, lay ) it* dance and Jthe gladsome rapture of off the chains of spiritual slumber and violence. There la one man. for example ..
ITuated, and ODe revel! Mark the gleam of its flashing sloth. Escape the esrth-bound life, II..". known the faint ?
as "champon(

tlje testimonial '..I! Heed the spell of its silvery laugh en-born and hea".a-upirlne;, live for God I" -
been cured of The idea that this world I...I&ot a The Hindoo palace echoed with that erf, er. lie never asks for money, he
of hermit I. and Buddha out to brood in the wilderness . faints 'He''
.. happiness is logic; : swept merely on your doorstep. '
the use of crabbed fruit of cloistered seclusion is depths over its mysterious meaning Is almost Invariably taken In and MISS. MARJORY HAMPTON, OP NEW YORK.. '
Vegetable << harsh inference of Puritanic prejudice. ThoM accents /floated over the land ,
and bone-lit a siren voices of the world are ever of Pallas Athens, and in academy and por- given a good meal, and In many' C

your medicine men to a wealth of 'pleasure tlca there gathered groups of thinkers that money is pressed upoat'hlm, i} '
months : follow its the wise Marjory 1f mpton, 2010 Third Avenue, :New York CItyTirrttesT"FerutM ;
of the palate pleasure of the sought to leading as One of his feats was to faint outside '
and In . .... ., pleasures of the intellect. The men followed the Orient "Lar. Every : is o/ln intMUciM to take my sa o of tH* sear. ItofcenC .1
camo. I cannot trumpets of the world are ever dweller in Christian land. hears 'that cryrriire a house In which a wedding party was : *. the tprlng it tones sap Cbs system and acts aa a tonic, trengthnlnff'tit v

and '. the triumph of it* votarie a. plainly It i i. borne to him IB the assembled. He was tenderly looked tttoro than a vnoation. In tho fatt aMteint.r:I have. ,foutUl that if !'
with laurel and clasping the quiet peacefulness of the Sabbath that. 'after. was given champagne and .
Onr home Is '
a i
cures and oalarrfc and aluoflnd. that ffja| invatuaM to bop tho ,
cup of it* .satisfaction one and.Dother whisper to hi. toil-worn spirit of that rest
we" have ascends the throne of its dominion. that remameth when the toil of this workaday wished the newly married pair good bouvLs regular, acting as a peniLe stimsOant on Site system.' In fact,'X! ,

all\ the credit Very well point-me out the happy. onea. world i i. done. It come. to him from luck in a nest speech. constf E.: 1-I"kham. smile.wreathed lip rising the church door that tells. him of a A man who lived on his wits noticed i
pound. Yonrs Those laughter-lighted/ repress eye but a mask/( home open shelter for his storm-beaten soul. It that lamps were being used in a house S '.......' ........................'...*, .

L. C. GLOVKR: 014 wearied heart The glitter ia tinsel. The speaks to him from the Scripture. where It.vllabl. BLOOD. I tie and constipated) sometime he Is weak ,
Wls. VIce .. are.ifuatian. The ornament is .. the splendors of the Christ and while all the_.others In the row were , nervous and depressed, and again be may '
Business \ The mirth ia holow: hearted Do declares that such is the glorious imagewhich burning gas. He deduced that something have eruptions swellings and. other bleed,'
,.",.t ', "ftgtmml .f not know that those men who have -God ha* planned: reproduce in had gone wrong with the meter, Blood Impurities of SpringtimeCause humor*. Whichever\ it ta, th. cause is the
.... nuiMt *. all fortune's coffer sre the snout him now sullied and sickened with "sin. 1 same effete accumulation in the blood. '**. '
I wearied and heart burdened of the But where. ua-ll the ages., is the man that and called early next morning "from --- Prevention liothine is more certain within the whole

WANTED-In ofthe earth in their effort to fill girding himself at this signal' call ha* won the compaJ1'1" Under his directions 81JcLCjJ I range of medical science than that a ceuree: "
large linn toba..( : more* Have you never learned that in the race for holiness! Are we not sometimes the family distributed themselves In '_ _ I of Peruin early springtime will perfosUy '
Oatral 1"obraoo man who has climbed the throne i. glad that thoughts are not audible\ the varknis a 'I' and .fleetu.nty..1I' or cur this almost ,
-- . with heart sickness because then that motives are not visible? that we are rooms ready to applymatches 1 Dr. lI rtmon'* medical lectures are eagerly universal affection.
i., some Naboth'a vineyard unpossessed. not breastplated with tr.n.parentIa..., to the burners at a signal scanned by many thousand reader. Kverybody feel it ia *ome degree.I" a
.. it never been told you that a man may through which the workings of the inner while he stood at the meter. 't'> One of the most timely and interesting 'A great majority are disturbed considerably "
the jeneled' tokens of a klnl['. favor' life might lie open to the curiout eye* Experiment after lecture he ever delivered was hi. recent while a large per cent of the hums
experiment ended
yet 'rith* under the pang < f disap, Are we not glad, that it is sometimes a lcct\ire: on the blood impurities of spring. famii7 are made very miserable by this I -
I because some beggar Mordeca. function of language to .conceal as well as In failure and the family were moved The doctor said in substance that every condition every spring... I' ': l
". in the palace gate* It not. let me to convey thought/ If our struggles after from room to room while the "gas spring the blood is loaded with the effete Peruna will prevent it if taken in time. :
1' in evidence the testimony ol competent holiness be .. honest hearted as that of man" made the most of his accumulations of winter deranging! the digestion I- Peruna will cure it if taken as directed.! i-
I ....... listen to that pampered pet of the old pagan seekers after God we will opportunities producing sluggishness of tb. liver. Peruna i* the ideal Iprin.L medicine of, I
i ., bedecked with the insignia ofiigiuli unhesitatingly echo their sad avowal. He eventually left with a good overtaxing the kidneys, interfering with the medical profession. ; a " ,
i nobility, end standing upon the voiced by one of that hich-souled but discouraged haul and Instructions to_ wait until ,the action of the bowe'a and the p'1<>per If you do not derive prompt and sstiafae, rt'
I I .. of earth'given happiness, In the< coropsni, "I approve the better he sent thp \\'nr1lmf'n.-London: Mall. circulation of the blood. tory result from the use of J>Q'IIn.c write '
I ,,,,fle.t awing of IJ' ..ure'. whirlpool in courses, but I follow the worst" And if This condition of things produces what at once to full statement "y

| very heyday of life, upon his thirty- our own hearts sin-darkened .nd sinnarped is popularly known a* spring lever, ipnng ( of your case and be will be,pleased. te "
i birthdsy Lord,13>'ron wrote condemn us, how "jean we meet the A HOVyHMNO SUCCESS. malaria, nervous exhaustion, that tired give yon hi* valuable advice gratis. '.
scrutiny of 1I.m'hn is greater than our feeling, blood thickening and many other Address Dr. Hartr-an, Prsstdtat ,ol.. 51es'a
tlUMKUUk }'Iy in the -ellow
Jnjs leaf
are "And was! the Money-Title wedding namea. The
I hearts and knoweth all things Hartman Sanitarium, ,.Columbus
The lloners and fruits; of love ,",
gone Sometime victim billions ,
I The worm, the canker end the 'arl"e "If thou contrndest with the footmen a enrress. judged from the latest is d/ipep- ,
Are,mine alone." aird they weary thee, how canst thou contend 1 standards i a'' 'V is1

M**n Htd *r yd)** with horse?" There is but one "Yea. Indeed It took seventy-nve ___
Recall the words of Chesterfield who "
which this the aTA$6'OOOf2dda1zi
method by problem of ,- 2 *
*T wet wort On isle (he pursuit of happiness to a fine bre...- prophet can te wrought out to He-I policemen to keep the mob from tear . ; . '
Look far UK AM of and had taken every degree in the encouraging solution, Let its term. be in ; hag down tbe exterior decorations assouvenirs" aiaiued, JlA XD&ro.nJ
On mm TOrttR *n "" ,. of human p.ea.ure: "I have verted. Read the formula backward. If 1 aj>* i

,,a,t.a flw'- .-flflfl.._ __ <'en behind the ""enN. I have seen all the the horsemen; could be conquered first who I Cincinnati nuns-Star. LIMITED MEANS OR EDUCATION NO HINDRANCE, ,, .1, a
.. pulley. and the dirty rope which would waste a thought Upon footmen? If ALL OUR e.OOO GRADUATE AT WORK.

... the gaudy machinery and I"U..d could: meet the mightiest foe. and override i .
-- JAtU04)A we :\neb In m Nsm.. K. J&,. yan* PASO walTz TODAY TO ., (
the tallow and... which lilumin
<: little difficultyin
them there would 01" .
the hollow decorations to the astonish outmatching lesser needs. If we. could I The newly appointed postmaster fit t&'SSJ&SZoS': : QA7-AbA. BUS. COLLEGE* Macon Qa*.
cnn of an ignorant audience"" Listen to run with horses and outrun them we'I' KpokM.: Hawaii I. Mr. David Capo' -- --
U U U I peevish wait) of Heine that richly); should shake the dust of a sandaled scorn 1 lioknhoaklmokewconab. We regret pppf* SwiM b. Bllt.rt nOT A.L FOOT WASH edrs them.' Beiao"II'
W poet, critic snd master .linker who in the face of the footmen Such a solution I that we' cannot gIve any guide to the ... l H U Rr' .04_ of feet/arssnlts ete.t stops onsflas If not st druggists '
BltlcBlaisas4 in hi. diary: What ,list it Uo m. u hinted at in scripture. Turn the I 1.11 P5Od2MLOXATONDIZ1GCOATiiVT&OA4forIdlsIs.: : posts*
at banquet my health is drunk out of Uible page Put the apostle against .toe pt'onuuclatlotl.-Ch'U Service Magazine. t l...ld i sample. Jojc; Scstamp. One application |'roes Its merit. Money book U not Mtlsfted.CJ. : .
\\ l! :deD goblets Had in the beet. of wine, ir prophet Reply to the challenge! ( of .J.,,.. .

TT.. Bsntr myself separated from all the toj of the 'roiiU with toe triumph shout of :PauL DANIEL, Atlanta aa....IS closing out '
I .: can only moisten my lips with the . I can 'make money in the market' place: lat..rrh Csnnnt R. Caes Paper st _to Sc.Bo Te Do,;

:100.t";=:-- .: : \ enthusiastic'. potion'fVhat lists it to m. I can obtain. pleasure in the playhouse, I With ..hen.' VMT.TOITIOIKI as thrune1 < '" _ft"tit. per roll.;, smmplee|:iOiargerone$35d.ab.Iu. one lot show easeEcii'ip Avery & Company
youth anti damsel .
"'It...&I.... .. ran win culture: in the school room.! ,But th..entofthe il-oawj 'Catarchie.lIoo4 **,.
M. my marble bust with laurels when the remission of my sins I can secure only or oontlnttonnl| disease and in order SVCCIBSOR TO
.*:::::: my real head a blister is being clapped noon: .Calvary; Christ u the .solitary, .Sa to 'Irll It you>> must take Internal remedies. 'w DOUGLAS; AVERY MCMILLAN '
M.11..b... my old sick nw.d'bat lists it to me viour. V 1f"1rat'l'rt\ : : Cnre taken Internally an4 '

ld at..a>as lr.,. the roses of Shiran glow and smell When the ain want 1* appeased all want; Rote.IU701&&h.blood and mneoussnrraoeHall's -, $4.00, $3.50,33.OO, S2.5O, 51-South. Porsyth St., Atlanta. ., O. v. '
,tIS$7dai .LL so sweetly* Alas, Miiraz is 6OO-nwi. is met. W''hen this is righted all is right. CaUrrH Cur is not a quack medicine. SHOES 'Tttbl.& 1 ;-ALL KlMDS O-{ '', :
Rue I'Anisterdiun -hero I get noth 11.wan prescribed by otis of tbe best physirln.n D.. :
: to smell in the melsntho.y: suiitudo (jf With the the regal of robe. of and righteousness the diadem go of .In t'lM. ommtry for yean. and 4s n rex-' W.L. Douglas shoes - C MACHINERY'Reliable \ ,
sceptro power
.sick room but the aroma of warns pou' Bring the matter to s tent of, a .IIIILt' prM-irlotio.1. It H oo'1&po..d of thahen fWOI1l by more
peace *
... lleho'd; the trophies. of the 'or,1: Ionia knojrn. oomMneil with tbebeatI'on
'e vetted with a rain of tcafsl I :Xlie r*, personal experience and see if it this. is not so. ,1 niirin"rj, "...UnlIre3t1v( : on tbefaoeouKKiirrnoa men than any other ...(. '.. '4: ,
that assembly -
& ; plaudits which greet the and imagine every one in *. The nerfeot combination o* make. The reason iLLad& 'I( '
each ns L
: .. 's .suirrssea echo "Vanity only serve of to waken at all the. began: was the a Christian week'swork; that as a saved one soul. thrt-V'" > ln, rxsnltn rallot, in< I curing, what oatiu-rli.produoe Send miohwunderFul is, they hold their ,....... '&
vanity i a shat"'tbetterwear
", ,.." a ._ You go forth tq-morrow morning, ,'our lorttstlmtnlnls., fre.. ,
"a.. The works of earth aNt frail Its&jewel heart aglow with a brighter ap'.endor: than F. .I. ('"."sr ,% Oo. Pn-v, .., Toledo O. Ipiiger, and have
".. I their tire The luster of it.'joI4Y'l11 the glory-bath with which sunrise flood foldi 1 \ ; the earth "The light of the knowledge! of Take Hall' Family Pills I for .
VT. . Its garlands" wiJI! witbeV end their constipation.MAY value than any
Uak : : the glory of God ss it shines in the face of
) I and frairance'Ill vauiah away other shoes.l '
I Christ. You go down-town, not knowing
shall TRY IT.
I . in the midst man of hi. cannot when taste what, the hours may be bringing to ineetyou. deft E..,,,a'''.,,, I iL1c
FREE lights of the revel p'ooaures to Every footstep carries you into a "But why did he marry?" IIe Es.- ..... and ........ ... _n.....
I begin -< I : sorrow a. with harpy' hand grow realm untroddsn. Every ciock: ):-tick swings "So aa to have some one to help > ... uses Corwitsi Cnltslfln. wtiflelk I* I
wee. future. Hut you : conceded Sobsitie 8n..Patnii*, I
A Large Trial the banquet board and amid the you know into a things mysterious now You know that: him live within his income. Ho a>.a.h.r:ret nrmlticeil. fail Of'or t"..'. .VMS'Kilos I
shadow the of sons h, .udlO rfntf rant VI film lor Chutes
lingers d..tia
{ ,
structions I 1&, to write doom the) ,J....". d|*deor you, that God loves you; couldnt: do It alone Chicago Post. W. L. Ol'aiAS, Hixucbton. Mass. I '

paid enough "to ? What i. that man M1It.ence.lpol1'to do who cannot that, .. far as the setting of the sun is J __ __ Frlek Engines. BolUrs, stl ?

I a single, hour with unalloyed pleasure, from the so far hn Toil. jour sin Jesus been DANGEROUS NEGLECT. Tb Great I elzes. Whest' Bepaffcto'rm,"" .- ,
carried .wayf..m ,.OD. begins slut WMI LI
he crosses the threshold o/ along, worked. 'Tntl pproache. Jesus sot Aorocithe Ktlr .TEXAS.m LOUISIANA) tar ntf S w a,

I' ... .eternity ill thrust? Do fairly not 'Jf blink the ivinol question fered. Your truest words are twisted It's tliv. neglect of backaclie side- States of

footmen how ,%sjB; you you oonUixJ with ran I II lour noblest acts are misinterpreted, for ada". pain tu tbe hips or loins that
.'" your manliest enJen\or mean motives are Quail prostrates the
;: : : : 'I Jesus drank the same. bitter ) ,llrol1ll'lod.r, mc
I suggested
| App another tst. There isa deeper 1 1I folkt The klduey.warnings are
He who told Capernaumifialicr
"', I in many minds than the thirst for -' : : > launch out and cant net you they you
L I It is the- craving for truth. .
: era u genuine grandeur m th* nthlcre- take. up the pen or the p tane or the ,a'd..ti..k that they are unable to '''Jl -. ,

I 1 of the intellect The coronet vf cn1 -! aid. to or Peter the needle"Feed or Mv the lambs"loom has He said who to filter the body's wa.teand tEST IMPROVED SAW MILL ON EARIU

,1 robes is brighter of far than a king's diadem. JOJ"Sit by the cradle-slide' and do' nursery poison from tbe blood Large Engine and Belters. supplied; '
m.nteI1'0J'.lty more"
arc im-
] lie who said to Matthew -tho sewers RAILWAY 4t
vork. ore clogged
than the mantle of Caesar ": and follow :Me" ha 1 promptly. Shingle- Mills, Corn Mills,' /
, It woud: seen*, as though, the mind me>lI- said'rsie'up to von "Come cros after Me into the ,..onely and Impurities are running 1I I Circular 3awe,8aw Testh.Patsnt Dogs'
of the had realized that wild t. '
& of the Hebrew age pavilion of paui, keep midnight vigil; t Ito troubl. to answer questions SS tMles! Steam Governors pull line tnjlnes' A'
boy the olden
a in
The formula of '
when .un and moon and stars bowed with Me in the shadowed path of Gtb- henrt, brain and" shortest route Shreveport. to Dallas. Writ i Mill Supplies send for free Catalogue
and wed with to do obesiance It lem/me/ Evening.tlde: draw on. Home, every organ of the body for new hook on T.xaa. tree. K H, UBMXK, .
would ;
seem a* .
shelter beckons to rest jo'lrc..ide reunion, 3snsral, ysssvngsr Agent, Dallas, Teas.
with disease' elements. ,
Wash for the princely: thinkers, of the paw : -
with their, h ort deep satisfactions, whisperto ft3
Catarrh Sore day wore the mpnct-nnj! : of Solomon. that wait Donn's Kidney Tikis arc
home beyond
: another
obedience to which elemental- 1 you This is What You Want 1 11 ClnmlMlUs.1
quick to iSAWMILLSSrltb
and all soreness : .. ready rcsponup They say to the the toil of /,..rtb. Umpty chairs and vanished soothe and _
heart with the glor-
' It local . : of tho electric: fluid "go," and they iou. certainty face Stir,tliet your the Pnviotir' i* placing! stiengtlien sick kidneys... Hare ,You J.Dll1a1arlal Troubled I Lotr.ltoetm."ar.aal..e.orko. '
and help them ...
m Invaluable.. Uted a ready service. They beckon to home tree tbegjKtom id the 9- "
the circ.e is '
challonee the" coal and to the iron, to the silver and rhair for you whe e frouipolson. Readlioxv Do yen mat ta get well and ftt vcllqnlekf _s>Klns; Variable Feed Works..* i iHvellsti nasa4
life 11"1
the and from the forming, never to be broken. fc'o a of I Mod a rastaOlo. oKU(at ttfti MUM to I k. for acnosAor aiicruorrr a va Bik- ,'
thoroughness' $ gold secret caverns of 'life of moislnp. 1I1tJ&blebey in .. .Wi4tfortiiU, ,
: work resolves itself into a are, even cases iTTAWD55,5ROp5pa545o
earth they hasten do REGAL MEDICINE CO. of Stamford Conn.
to their
and healIng power; .. bidding Ho the days, with ever quickening: a1ep. of long itnudln", 1-leserlptl" clnmlsr.. MsnafaetiireitSAXBif by I
cause ajr to the veneat vapors, "do this time, shall for BMdlct-i.and dlrootlon a V and certain I IRON
All .., they do it. shall:'. >;o the night of I.. C. I 1.0\1'11. of. a If draw on apace. And the lengthening ;... resn.and Intermittent f..... -
DO* yotiri duos jut, after all) what is the
total of
sum lliknucViasla.! .. "I 1mve bud .
,take asulistltuts- :: & knowledge 'Behold we know not the shadows and the waning of tho lighti'liall I KJIJS: -' .. "etoUAaAztTu.DCUa ,. -,
Writ.for the Pi"* > thing'" A\'. have mapped few bring to your Christ-eui'iched natuio tiutilik! from my khhle,'. for Ibe past ,. (

S. f AirOD CO., 7 : I .. of space, and irairenaities lie around square "the message which life's setting ....n I I1ln.hed leu jeirx: It was caused \by a strnlnto BEST FOR THE BOWELS :
hate numbered few into the heart of an whleli '
11 a odd centuries of pBl.l little ntti-utloit. nut
and eternities. lie be'ond.Ve Love who, booomms blind Qur."mal"'j I
as the :
"Y ou'r.' worryingabout "'e. ] upjlictcd trou'olc: It became
: : a stray stalk or two from thj
$ harvest field. of fact and illimit J 1. no need of that I am happy TIOO anal, norse tuil'l!'! njiy slnln or n

I I aheaves are-nodding in the breeze un- child.: I sometimes think I an>M8t a sll;;lit (.oldvns sure to Lie follo\vcil bj
; Within the horir.on child: whom, the Lord if huJhing to 11.1.1 .
> of observed
The D.UoaeV . for when 1was a nurse girl se\viu puln across my back. Then tho
Saw Mill with4 h, p we only know how things to long sleep,
: appear action of
always, told 'Speak soft the kidney secretions became
..1all4 prices to l not what things are. We know not mistress me very I -
Bd......, Tiinincrs, the light dwelleth but only how and low and darken the room so the little deranged and I was caused muchauno"anec.

OW-hsndaonis Mill. Water ..w. light ray. .affect u.Ve, cannot ones may go to sleep,' and now the noises besides loss of steep'
and still to and the bonny
hushed. me
OsJLoesh Mill Mt*. .what some atmosphere of the .office.. we have which only itsune-l dis- earth are seems dim and dark und I know it/ Doau'i Kidney Pills were brought to

I oF ere renders us Our vaunted knowledge is my Father lulling me sway to, my long my notice, and after taking them a-'

, ... ,.' consists of shrewd guesses concern- ..I..p.Vhllu short time 4r-gou4 effect -was ap'

: 0 ( surface appearance*. The last result General Grant reviewed the British : parent. All tbe pain was removed
cultsre the in India he asked what
P is coronation of nescunee. trooos was from my back nnd the
pn>idet achievement is fixing the lim feature of the' spectacle m. .. of thought. The most Sinewy' brain impression upon him. Ilia reply is signifi became normal.' Doon's 'Kidney '
, ;,4 days scale those adamantine barriers tan Ue: did not refer to the superb discipline Pills do all that claimed for them.A. /* V., n ba'd benbtew. spss.dMlde. b1llee.S. bsdJ'. b.4 ,

r i jo : : convert "reason'. highway into a "..0 of the men or to the glitter of their . 'DEmrnIALo thlsgreatremedy.' _bteed.aftessatiag wt.4 en Ibe, stemsch tre5liSe blc.t.d, sad, lnL dtesSn.e.tb..,.hr.4ess.We. vest Sndlf.e5 be -
.. Tiers are nut of fact f ffl"litalT equipment. He simply said: ku. tk aft .t5e dtsee. ie. ? '
. elek. Consd smeapsepSe
.. I wHiIcb- cured, Mr. 5.sri,p. see sos
Lovejl will be
.the stoutest fellow march; the ofVictory. mailed u5SS ia5hlckscaaTs
blows swing
.. of-the hammer ,'Tne>>e i start. shv.e4e sliuncuts red long seal' ef.e5e,4iag. 54. sttew what sf1. y
'\.Ol of human knowledge fail to crack. ." Amid the sin and ignorance and application to any part of the United **dsy.foe yen will never ee mli-MM s/well natO 1"" gs* Z"J*i mSN
;"; .. are Uordian knots of thpug-b4 whuh the sorrow that throngs thickly along th.way Stales;. Address Foster-kfllburn" 'I $ b Take see sdvic., .Se'l wtt Caacavete today n.der gw.ase -
IUy! etha_ 4n* the edge of tie I s5s ,se.4e Th. ce.uIU tablet etee.554 C C. PSeve.' mis is b.5k $5e.
1. that soul marches with the
.?. of human most fUeVteafpered.. OfJfe Co.. .Buffalo. N. Y ITer" atJe' by.all Sn.ktet he., d4r.!.lteciSn se..d?Cures-st.CbI.eqG Sr .w T. -" '55.i .v .
research. otoro ,
swrltng II aw : \\.i. *>
toj j ttineteenUi. eentury inteDejt, toe hiia* Ohewt MJ&ooJed. Chi'i t eati8i1.cL. drngglJts. f>rlo' 60 ndt..pIttJ >*'nii'-*-' ';; .

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fb. power* of the ,Interstate Qi... .sad for the 4_penttrr< ef harbors-area i ,"for./hl"And now campaign1 It 1 I. our duty elect nreb the" At.'" Orlando'Dt.trioe'I nlneteent8taanual Conference session held of tt ttin

(MflSONlBR'S OPEN LETTER -aw CoBBlMloa and conferring unIt . nothing;'when compared,'to the Whole*en- a 'man for Governor of" Florida and 1 Fort My rs. D;. B. Sweat, editor of e
-eAts that would accrue \Qo: the
o. maple authority to enforce1 It* thereby' insure note oafy the retenflwn the! Courfer-Informawt was granted

orders and decision* a* to "rate- anAcharges ,' people of Florida 16 theInterstate .of these law. uppiroun\>> hooks. ; but also license to preach bjr tie .conference.
r. Commerce CommllBlbn.'h.'Ct' the power also reoomniiMadea" t 0 the. aD-
r He
I over _xpNH' and telegraphwell was 01,'
y their application) and: perf cUo.
) J' f "* T'" to make and enforce Interstate rates, anal conference! fortwbnUtlOn on trial
aw a over'.rallway''cnmpanle., '
Believing that mfellow-cttfaene' : t.1'"elln.nect.lon.. H*
Into the
.., 'FLORIDA' POPULAR YOUNO RAILROAD COMMISSIONER CALLS THE ami the Cona-res of the United 8taUl freight...and passenger;, Florida are alive to; thj, 'ituat>x' that dt"eidedlpoP this cones some month r'C

l I. hereby' nemorlallied to enact Minlilegislation. True, appropriation' for Deepening will net the. notified
confront them and that they ago, ..ri4 early"la year
ATTENTION OT THE PEOPLE Of".FLORIDA, TO MATTERS OF VU Senatorsand war arbors are, of vie, Importance' ;
t'tinlting Company
N To this end our : permit themselves to t'; misled, bynet4irpsper the Polk .County
V 'TAL IMPORTANCE TP EVERY- PA..M.Cft..RUIT4..0Wa.., PRO Ropreaent'at'lrw In Congress are' sad help the ImmodlRtMx' vl.-lnKy of aiiuw aud tulsrepruHonlatlon . that be would-not bo an applicant. for

+ I the. harbor thus ImpooveoV and to re-election an editor -of the -Courier- ,
+ i. OUCBR ANO BUttlNKtft MAN IN THE STATE AND POINTS reqneeted and directed to rot ami of those men now before )'UOf for term ex',

,tout THE NECESSITY .OF.SENDING TO WASHINGTON xrt theIr utmost endeavor to secure I some extent help tho gtueralj>rotiperIty .ft>rmentj whose lifelong records Informant, ivfMr.hli present.. HUsue- I
pr ,.
rt ", .. .of t' t-Slatt-' and are t.Ib commended plren' '" the first day ol; Juts f
,ONLY SUcf MEN ,AS ARE KNOWN TO REIN POLL- this' pasuoe of such leglalatlo"aDd;: I show have alivnyi bc fft' censor ha not boon etecUd) yet, n.MO \
and )but the r'tc.
encouraged' qneotwn ,
'BE IT rURTHER RJlSOLV"ED'i ; 'to I han not b eD made pub-
friends the masHe'-of! the )people, his name
br I
t I SYMPATHY WITH THB.MAS3SS. _.. .. That the. Secretary of the Stato Is Interstate Raton.. Is. one that remain TOIII"tI' for the perpetuation oTnie H .. Mr. Sweat expect U spend the. '

hereby* r 4nested to furnish. each of affects', every man, woman and child.- Democratic Principles-prlnci-: nalnder--vf the "ycntrin. study andprei a

out St-naLors and Representatives In I hr the State for there la not ar faraFly .ar Uoa for the gtwot work upon( '
f pies. that are a* old a.... t&e nation Itself will he assigned .
h audl
In Florida, who doe-not WHY FREIGHT RATES HAVE BEEN INCREASED. Congress' from Florida with a of pro- .
copy and ;
Am or manufacture something forhfterstate principle that should U efrvr. a regular work' bj the next an-r ,'t
this memorial. Orlando
anal) conferenc\ which meete
". orr.commmaome- '
? "Approved May 11. 1899 R. HUDSON BURR. in December. ____ __ .;
; ""'.f fM the Producer!! of Florida From Excctslvs' Fr l6ht Rate. on Intefi. Comparison Interesting vin IfOdlo. thlnK that has been KHlppeit fate the
State both. .. ..
or . 5w..rill.
._ Mat *Wil*.w*<*U Mere Important" Than A oprlatl."* that benefit .... for Member BuotAl .
I ,. Pmadiscer* and Consumers SnwwMProtectwU. B. spoliation of fr"tllt.( .. J he..h" aaoeeat "
I be
c-.raUvely| Few. r New. aatdle from Mr. Tallaferro'. .spersonal THE TRAIN WAS WRECKED.CoAM.LIn .e m) 118I11e... a for Member.. i V..

pledge! to the Legislature, ('shay pm.wr.tlo; )X".U" o..mllt.1m.,,'Iii../ eo Itl
We produce freights for .shipmentetrt l>1 Yr wc which be has failed to carry into ef- t 21 In Trouble 'at A.- yin 'In r Ibu l prlmxrY' J. I..BTHICKLANo. MB-VJ. 1 W the above memorial .. of the State, such, aa Fruit and .. _. :
and with the determination to introduce foot was a command !Iburndal.Autrum CommUnlon &I...,. Nu. I. -i
To, the Democratic: Voter of Florida: ) ta htm. to take some action. Vegetable. Lumber, ShingJ. Ties? For Contlty ..lItll.t1.I. fur ..
In ad<. _lo this paver to you 1 such hills and work earnestlyand which would have at least given thequentlon Mess, Turpentine RealmCattle, iUieep, <1alc, May 2.-OnJ Sunday t..nlyr.I""r I brie }. iiuiuMiiiiMj. fro'n diarrltt! :So' flee. h1\\

', ,4o It with the iwltj"purpose or K'vliW pernlwtently\ to inch end whether public, agitation, and gltatlon Hogs Poultry., Eggs Fish Oj'sters passenger train No. :21, due here atblb .....I..1t II ,iliu miWNirl ' the* l"**'.'*'.'.'''*tlc v.r. .. d;;:::1
. IVIruary
the Democratic la In the .I > thutboltlarerrsls '
you' coma Insight Into a question olfnoat majority Is what .Is needed to arouse the whole Tobacco Colton Cotton. 1i4 Prod aa. in., was wrecked at the seat -t4.",-jd U">.5. .111"l my |MiwtT u ""rtv "

vital Importance to our poople. or in the minority.The '. country to the Importance of making acts, Syrup Honey' and numerous switch: ol the Auhurndalo aiding dueto ,feel .dnuul.lrnnoh. of. I'"'fount 8"clllh..IIi ul erouow- r!\' -

-,. W* arc oonfronUid with ,grave question excuse that It is nucleus to the Initemtate Commerce Commission -aCber things. the breaking! down of the "equaliz JI.. l' PARTIN.. . . '.

Pa of vital moment tJ the 8tlll.t Introduce and press! mich mea urea really useful. And, every one of UN pay> the freight ing1! Lal'" on the forward truck of the I! . -- IMtrtct No' I.- ",'!:
and the seJccJtfln of while the Republican are in power I.a l I. on. aft we that la. Into smoker.!!; Four cam were derailed the ,I hr.Me.Mr School .. ' ". '
and Nation, la As an Interesting comparison of the consume shipped I l Tfby m.nmiif h n(\M'M It injll.lal*
lame and smoker day coach tha-sleeper, "Crd- ... tea.
true Democrat .
very one ouu no ta Melll".r llh8 "".'h.,1 b r.l Irom "
servants the great responsibility State, such a* Horne., Harness
public condi/ct of Senator Tallaferro In '
d should accept.A re- 6ua" and the private car of Superintendent I .".I rmiMfifully willfil\ I1"; my
K ret Brut withus In wisely ae- Wac on*. Buggies, P1bw Mowtes Ma- Air II uunlinWd ....d.h.t
gsrd to the commands of the Florida' > Denham, and a party ol railroad tah.nd. iiw' I.M.III-U rurtht the 't
,:'acting the beet men to represent us. I Long and Hard Fight Ahead. Legislature desire to point: to the'chlnes. Rake Hoes Nsll, Cementand officials. on 11111''I Y t.o Tampa <.MliirBiioiiHiTht It win' b<,Tf8t utv. U'.i-lvuMirc oar County" lu every r

y ; A 'Vital'Que_.tlon to. Floridn. / !, I'I I Suppose the soldier that followed Fact that the Legislature of 190: mv- everything in the hardware Hoe; t.tun.10 attend tile Panama Canal l-onvriv permmiwas se) phsrttlu i.'l' "' .
Forluiiatclj' nut tt iiifle
One Washington In the 'light for ]\|JprJLy mortal lzif e K KKAS KLIN:
of thlmo..t vital to : hurt. The sleeper 'i> .IRIII..1 ten
,. yueatlonH! < i i
hat thrown ..10" of Caarlea Federal | notlonn, clolhliiK hats ,fh Hl bka
f gun aftec- one, Swnj'n-9. who were still i li their
the that .aNtfeu/lpr. / "
yiortdlan-s, aDd one Wi' are
',' year or so ol b htln/(: 011 the groundthat I Judge for the Northern District of'' and other articljt: flour most. of oat: berths, and although ear turned ,
and inter I
Boot Immediately materially
i' It wan useless to hold out against I Florida. and demanded of the Florida meats grits, meal sugar, rice coffee, on it. side In the ditch llie occupants O RI El

.led In.' I I. securing: such legislationM such fxld and 1 powejthe pages of I Delegation In Congress that they n4. In fact nearly every item la the : were not Injuit-d. 1'lxa Ivcumutive! io-v
will strengthen and enlarge the _
grocery llst"We No. 536: the mail bajiBnjj/ : and i'x-
hUiorr: would: have: be n very differ take such steps as to secure his 1m- .
power of the (nter-State Commerce are large! con umf'n. and we press cars did not ]leave Mi.* tra k, and
f Commission which is. practically IK'Bdtmp1It. as ROOD I as the pah.t-n.:;nrj. coaild I l hI"
speaking, the National. Railroad Cum Hut this was not the case. They We and that within a month of the pay the freight on alT We eat or wea"er transferred to thes.. the.v were. I takento l 1

were men ready to die roe right and convening, of the present Congress that rise, that w* do n K produce at I-Akeland. A wrvckintc, train arrirvd ,
aiselon. That Commission should
and principle and this great' Republic the brilliant William B. Lamar, Representative home or which Is produced by our at 12..' () p. In. from San!".'''' and I I'I"
lave the power to make an-d enforce
from Lakeland Deiliams
neighbors one and Stipt.' )-
I the Third
a monument to their nuMiiury. In Congress Irom "
.laterstata rate, a power which they Florida to obey And It! ls all InterState.tIl'M., the private car and the tnuoki-r c Illih++ l
District proceeded
tr Sate not at Select Men In Sympathy With the were soon on thfc truck 'UILIII1nlnjul"- .t
I this memorial and the command of eliarges on which are fr4 by the JI
Maases. \. ed. The rear truck ot the sleeper.

So this geestlon of obtaining; great direction'' and I t'- ,. are high. considerably torn < l lI'IH:1.11..
The InterkLai. Commerce Comiulsloix he has succeeded In this l up u a -

,r, '. IB its last report. dwells at length er powers for the Intfrntate Commerce now well known to the people ot Florda What It Would Mean to Florida. laid around the'wrwjt.. ra.sH Ti}".T I
Comm'M ,
the fact that for the last three
OOL who are ready and If the Inter-State Coiiuuerc Commission >y wa) of Itartow\ uiid fUc Junction. '

'"year' the general policy of the carrier make the light and to willing to Where the ""sal' Trouble Lie. had the power to make these but 3S at f HM3: : ;p. m. "'''r* through>; on I YOUR ORDER FOR GROCERIES -
< keep
on fighting -
has Wen to raise their rates. | until the victory la Tit great mass' of people don't tinderstand *- rate, hundreds ot thoitxanit of dollars time over the Improving truck. I '

l talmlng that U the coat of equip j won. "allzlI't would be dared to the '
the question they people
)1 : aaent ha* 'been BO materially advanced The fight should bn persistently, ] carried that Is but don't Florida annually.A Health IB Youth--DI__ and will\ receive prompt attention if left

on and on, no matter who la in something wrong Sicknen Orilla..14 Age.Herbine And what deliver will
they should therefore be allowed to : with us. we
,, reduction of 10
the In know what It l Is; they don't know per cent In our
majority until
2 r1e rate to- enable them to share Congress the where tJ apply a remedy they complain Inter-State rates baaed on the. business taken every '1ol'nilllh..rol'<- be found of surpassing good quality

tm theprosperity of the country. I question Is one great living burning !' done for the breakfast, will k that the railroad. are not fair year beginning July
tM'ie. and until the whole people of healUs lit you to ward miff diwns ]ll
Now. I claim that they are tearing these JJnlted StaUxi rise In their might la their treatment and that rates ar* 1, 1902 and ending June 30, 1903 cures. constipation, billiuuants. ilysl : fresh and ole&cme./ . If !

1.!. the prosperity of the country without : acid demaud It; until the Democratic too high,. but don't knew the real would mean a saving to the people of l epkia, fever, akin, liver and. kkdiif) you doubt about our :jf....;es_, the fol-

raising 'a single rate (although etraff-whloh In. that the ",1lr'vs<1. sn this Rtato of orrn'thrTTir., over f 1 /uN1.' complaints. It purifies{ the! 1 blood) and '
" have raised''' them of part shall make It one of the leading clears the complexionMr D.1'. !' w l' . j n ; .v1:! ; : j ;' .J n'of
they ) br reason 000.00 and would amomjt to
left almost entirely to themselves td more now
planks in its plntform and go Smith Whitney, Texa. writes April' .
tile Immense Increase In tbe business .. the moderate cha. ; prevailine.'etc. .
make bulk of the rates in effect and &<'h succeeding as business a
the year our
before the people fairly and squarely ;3, 11102: f I have used lUirbuie, sod
.< tl' '. (
the COUll ) In the United States 1* Increasing all the time. : .
en ltaa_ a great national iMtue. today. find it the boat tned icloe fur constipation 1

,People Should Shan In Property. I believe with a few of the right Some will charge, that the writer t* This applies generally to all the and liver troubles\ It dots all I i, Damaged corn1.25 per sack, to t;
State of the Union but Florida ou claim for It. I can highly} recuiuinend ,;
an agitator; well. I am willing that to ) ,
-The greet Increase In traffic both kind of mep In Congress. that even 1 close it out.
hey thoiild':;so long u 1 have so great more In proportion to the amount of it. fiOcts a bottle, Sold by |I
'freight and passenger has eoablwl If such a bill cannot be i pae4ed atoooe Thomasuu & Kolx-rson. i I t W 'B MAKIMSON CO. rt
question to agitate and I snail feel business done an our rnK r-Sfn-tp rates!
them to operate up to'thetr full capacity << that U can L_ wade such a living
'u ; therefore. the tendency ball been taane that In the next four ygers happy when the day come that will are so very much higher than the 1--. - :;
?a :a
give the Interstate- Commerce: Commission same rates in other State., and a
to BalnlmUe the cost of operation and I It CM be *o well understood a* to be

; tb* cost per too per mile of handling one of the paramount Issues with both the needed power to folly greater per.cent of our total comment1I i'

sled.hauling. I of the great political parties.TalUfkrro regulate Interstate Commerce for 1 I Inter-State Commerce. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. )

Pft To Illustrate: If an> tng.ue and will then have the satisfaction of seeing Florida'. Commerce Largely tntar- '
Tried and
f rTt haul 90 ear 100 miles tnetead Feund Wanting the people of this great State as Stat. -- j

of 10 ean' 100 mile; at the same rate I News, Mr. Tallsferro has been In the well as of the whole country, reap the About Ti per cent of our commerce

al United State Senate through two Concre benefit 'of that which. In myfeeble Saw and Mills
.f freight, surely the profit per ton I .t* Intor-Stat commerce: and cannotbe Planing
per mil/ will b* greatly' Increased. w *. and I.1 now In &. first bail war. I helped to agitate. regulated by the Florid Railroad .

True, It will require. more equipment of the third' Coagre since he ,WM .kgltatlon Bring About Reformation. Oommlaslon,.and In the ab t' a ' the

s few more men rod some more fuel elected. Ha he done,'or attemptedto Agitation ha* brought about all needed amendment to Ine tutar-Stat Now la operatloD. Complete House BI1U Furnished. .

to ran the ;train of SO car than It do anything, along these line? great reform. It I* a* old a* time. law Its regulation III I l left' with carrier. Yellow aod Pitch'Pine Timber. and Lumber of all Kind

r 'doe the 'one of 16 cars but the fact! We all know that he has not, emcepi Agitation led to the Revolution whlehended 80 it can be readily seen that If the ORDERS: : :: FILLED PROMPTLY.: ',.

tbet be claim to hr. voted for a resolution In American Independence. later-State
,Vmaln that the profit per ton per Commerce Commission had J

mil to greatly Inc *"d,. and so you by Senator Carmac to 1nveiUgate What would become of religion If the power to make these rates a vast MAYNARD LUMBER Co. ,

... that their rate don't have to be the Int tate Commerce Com- H WM not. for agitation? It ill the volume of the business we do would '

tf 'raked to ensure them the full enjoy- mlralon. agitation of the religion of Jesus then be subject to their regulation. :U : .. i t .. f r

two' meet of the prosperity' of the country. Although he said In a speech before Chris that bring men to see the error and there Is littLe doubt that they . .

... caucus. of the Legislature of 1899 of their Paul was an agi
fact.'they way.
,In : are getting more of InJ J would soon put them on a reasonable

rtit ra4 profit from the prosperity' (the Legislature,.that elected him) that ; tator. Thomas Jefferson was an agi aiwT equitable basis, which would .- -r.

ttr the country than the people are. he was In favor of government control I tator. Patrick Henry was an agita- mean savings of mlllloa of dollar to E-RaT.BU'TLER E

} ( of railroad, and pledged that he i tor. And so was: Andrew Jackson. the people of Florid In the to I II
? Kill that Dept Work Beth Way.. year
ft would use every effort If sent to the We need agitation and agitator! to oome.*
I :
to ;If 'w* grant the railroad' contention Senate to enlarge aDd Increase the help bring about the needed reform With oar business A
'' Increasing so rapIdly G i
that 'they should be allowed to raise powers of the Interstate Commerce In this country.Ask I each I ALES WINES BRANDIES
year you can see that In a G i
their r.te.'In order to .hare In the Commission, he has not so much a* yourselves the question, havegreat I II short time the benefits. to be derived 1

/ prosperity of the country then In said one word on this vital been with- I WHISKIES: :ow
**: ._ question so reform. ever secured I from effective work by the Inter-State L L

ft-; common .**o**, what power on earth to the Interests of our people. In' out agitation, long-continued. and persistent Commerce Commission, had that Com-

: bave tbs people to compel them to the entire five year he baa been ?
I _t etOD' E
power to fix rates, would be E
:i f''bj* lowered.. In the absence of legltlmpowHng lat -, Senator. Tallaferro'. Rscord Against Him. hard to calculate. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS i inheuserBusch
the Interstate Com-
t Uo. Exo"... Wortt Satisfy the People.He The'people that Mr. Tallaferro
.tb ,imams Ooonalsslon with the right toI Men W* Nd at Washing. \
train with mo ttT. would hardly advise -
'C'a7gpake'tbe..rates,, should bard tiroes may pffer as an excuse:: that he We. need men In both houses of

'--tl : join*.11 poD 'the C:01lDtI''T'fojone what would have voted for the Cullum bill the Senator to be making these Congress who will by persistent effort Beer
gbta In the Senate.Besides, one A .
"M'...."*_tit few remote Instance or some other measure had it ever make this great question a leadIng -

t when competition regulate.the rates. come before the Senate but that bill can only draw the conclusion that it ODe aad bring It so oloae to th. ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED .
'1 his Inclination toMe L L
against anyhow ;
_4. competition_ I le so minimized In has been held In Committee ever since American people that they will study
the Interstate Commerce Commission
"b: thU day of "tmt*. railroad* merger Its Introduction. This kind of excusewon't It, and then the Inevitable will follow. o
made useful to the people Judg Can only be found in Kissimmee on Broadway 0
'aui4 combination. A* to be worth IIt- dos. nor doe it fill the pledge Public opinion public demand will!
made ing from bit put political record-for Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.
by the Senator
tie or nothing. force Congress to recognize and pass o
on all occasion he and his followers
'i.. And whoever heard of railroads lov'ff He Is one of those who think such amendment to. the Inter-State
have In Duval I a
worked against men
the people of- the country' enough nnelesa to undertake such light while Commerce law a. will give chat Commission -

., !-' to, lower their rate without being the Democracy I la In the minority. He Cqainty who on made platforms the race advocating for the legislature the- the right and power to make I I. R. T. BUT L ERN JI

/ ''compelled'to do *o by competition. say: and enforce rate on commerce: between I--
establishment of State RalJroadComml.alon.
\ (which U already practically a thing "I do not pretend to be bold enoughto a the State.

c)C the pt) or by some power fixed attempt leadership to the' exclusion Every trae Democrat In Florid

.,i>l b7.l_! of Democratic Senator who have 'The TImss-Unlon In Politic should go to the poll In the approachIng .

,':''Ao ' .. in the Our should not allow themselves *
of people
than grown gray party primaries and vote for a United .'
Interested I
rtd. More Any
t :
and country." to be led away from tho State Senator and Representatives
f> Stat
: Memorial of Florida straight path of duty to themselvesand In Congress, who say plainly that they'
Legislature Dis Grade
'. 1 '!Thla I* a .question> that affects tie regarded. the country by a Republican- will make this fight. They have all High Whiskey '< ;

';wtool cotwtry.. and affecU each'onOt owned paper like the Ttme -UDlon, pre spoken to you, and some of them tell t

I.' ." \ tae .ta Florida' for .Interstate rat** The Legislature of 1899 the Legislature tending be Democratic. What Interest you emphatically how they stand on .....

/ fla florid Rave been raised, and th.yDnot that 'elected Mr. Tallaferro to could a Republican owner who this question. Now fit the harness to

.t .* b*''Reacted by the Interstate the United State Senate memoralliec! owns" alao a railroad have 1n running the horse.

['.'''* OommroJComm1.*lon under Its Congreea' and directed the Florida delegation a Democratic paper? What, exceptfor :: Importance of the Governorship. TIE CAFE
Kmlt. l .powers or by the StAte a* follow: "- the purpose leading Democrats And we have a Governor to elect

'.it 'Batlroad CommlMlonT / (Page 388 Avis of Legislature: 1899.) into Republican pitfalls The support this year. The paramount questions

;;;>',' U a* wtlon .*;'bf.-t&et of more vi **A memorial to the Congress of of tbe Times-Union owned by a with our people for year past baud Near Passenger Depot Kissimmee

; ,|,importance. the people of nor.'Itlaaft'to the United State. Asking for Additional Trust-Republican .la enough to damn been the establishment of a Rsllroa.l Hotel. and the Graves House. . a

.th.' people off any lother Power* To Be Conferred on the any candidate In the eye of true and' Commission and the enactment of a
; .TJaloC.-for 't.ta. reason Interstate Commerce Commission: loyal Democrat comprehensive and efficient
.. Primary
State .InJlM Union pay "WHEREAS, Adequate provision of Now% we have candidates who are Election Law the former to protect "A. E. BEARDKN, Proprietor.

_ ; or"nearly;:110' high, for law do not exist to enable the InterMate &ad always have been, against such citizens and communities against discriminations ,

'.. tranaportatlon iU product to Commerce; Commlnlon to tally method a* the Time Unlon advocate and the latter to protectall -

"' ttUM-k**. S* doe*" Florida.vUl regulate and adjust. all matter arising to Repobtlcanlte the Democracy' of men against the abuses that bad '

f I. ' TARem dy' t''arld.: ..., under aa Increasing and compll Florida; men who at all time and grown' up under the con"enUon'"fItem I now have the largest: stock bf Wines, Whiskies \0

} : 't cated interstate trade and said ComVMlMlon everywhere have fought for theHntw of making nomination and Deer ever handled in Kissimmee. All a

I jNow;''tr.honfd .au1. men 'to :tyaahvfA9 ba BO power a* the law now eat of the people and for a railroad We now have both laws on our grades at price to suit the time. .

; 'I { ) .pp1'ev.ry t:1.ta. to effectually: enforce lea dai."RESOLVED commission and primary election law; statute books, but they' require perfecting ,. .

o b6bJ.1l, Uglslattoa a. r., t>nlsn! -ac;: rmu.e, ba it I men. who have- been all their Hie and it behoove citizen ,
:....... :rp".. '.aM'.. *t. *tat- Commerce by the Legislature off fighting for the people cause, fighting / to see to it that the next .Governor .'0" ,

... ....aalseba the Raided power to as .State of Florida: for rlgh\ aa aga1nt ml&bt."anef of Florida shall be a man whose I' r'
Uanwfl.l I sympathies OTTO- TR &.aE..e.: : eJEOXAJ--: .. : .
..: t, ..roe'3$5 of lntrtau "That tt.l thw dIn PI the people ,
.,... '. there me of the People More Important Interest are with the )Ii '
tto p'mesfwbo' ; S'I' .>f Florida that adeqnat Conves.loD.j ofl' '. I.I" I.
:: ? f thanv Appropriation*. masses the people and whrf was ,

'r:p. J':olihf I: .., 0-Iieralllptld II. ,;'Sht l.gfalstf.. be .aaaat.4 salarglagMI ApproprlaUoka for p Ml buB41a wsll maws to be a a.seple'1 ""MIa ,.

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